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

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The Siaff ' ,Y ,' , 5 ,rf Q, 1-1 , 'T, 'f S 1 1 Ti 7066 off Gonfenfs FOREWORD SCHOOL SCENES DEDICATION ADMINISTRATTON HONORS CLASSES SNAPSHOTS ACTIVITIES ADVERTISERS ALEXANDER WILSON SCHOOL Founded AD. T923 .M i,,f Fond memories are asso- ciated with this building where our early education began. AUDITORIUM CAFETERIA Going to the auditorium to see entertaining and Eagerly we look forward to eating delicious and well- educational programs on Friday morning affords much balanced meals in the cafeteria. pleasure to everyone. L., .L1o.xil-,v V GYMNASIUM The C. P. Thompson gym- nasium not only is used for physical education but also provides room for interest- ing programs. This is where we not only train for future home- makers but also learn hovv to participate in school and community activities. HOME ECONOMICS BUILDING ESE IQ. sf.-N,--::.s ' '. ' gs is-.I - LIBRARY AGRICULTURE BUILDING No better friends do we find anywhere than our We are very fortunate in having this building where library books and magazines. we can learn to do so many things at school, at horne, N A and on the farm. ' " X """ "ff 1 '-" "1 f . ,.., if-'awe RECREATION ROOM Our recreation room is a source of ioy, because we can visit vvith our friends, play the great American game, ping-pong, and also learn 'how to be good sports while we have fun. ,x.g:+:.,m. - .tx ya ag.-.,-,,,. I aw ,tt , i t N, K k 7'f!-. I 22i1M1.:2,,N-' , . ':-v,1y-'+'1f",'fv-:wi-1-.24 '. - ' V 'ffr':g'1'J'f,-"ZF f - ,,1 1 ' '- " -' 1 H V .1 . , ' 1 ' - Vg: , ,.-V. IQ? Lu s -'T I " f , w . ' 4. r1 'I ' '.fqf:1-:ferr-:ff-f-.,v.....,,..,.,,,,-, , N A H I 5 1 - l 75 Xil- 940Uf?ir i I l I -1 ,i 1 i l g f , 4Ai,',u gl 1 P :L V as-...J 4 .-5555? ,, iwiziigfg-. "MN-:.ev:1 The responsibility of keeping the school machinery operating efficiently and , srnoothly at Alexander Wilson is executed by Mr. George B. Robbins who' handles hundreds of duties, large and small. Supervision of attendance, discipline, and i special events are only a few of his duties. Assisting Mr. Robbins is his efficient secretary, Mrs. George S. Bason, fi N Al Q , I, I LU, . A F y . :Elf-'71 3 A-j.?, - .,- ja . , 'IH-l" s'r '1f!L 5 I'fIf '9"l',f'xi LuA! If " '1 1 - wi 'wfi-M3 s g ilfi uf' 1' W 'ffl' alll X, q 'k'J' A 'f' "V !i"'.I! f an 74X ' f 4 K Iv' H fx. ' f N ' "' 4 ' , f .Wm K 01' T x.. nw' -' ' Q 'W,.,.4 Q N. S . :Q gx x '-:- ' .-ef. Wx ,gigs fs :. ' .. - P, "ff 'FW -m5vf'Hi ' ' r " I. w,1,'gq.,Qg'A1 3 . Y '. v "M:J.7':. V X X ,Q . " "::,:Sf.x ,511 zips,--jx 1' 5,515 S:?'951?'5E3' xv - ' .ez 'rv -Q -J 4-.ai qsglk X E"112,s2f l. YTPVU, in .- gi 'XI A. lx 'C x X .A xy 1 wifi-5 , f.x fix 6.5 . Q :stil . 1:-Q' ix 'f.fIg:5 7?aCuAy Mrs. Grace McPherson, Grade Five Mrs. Pomona J. Amick, Grade Five Mrs. Barbara Blackstock, Grade Five Mrs. Margaret Abernathy, Grade Six Miss Lesta Albright, Grade Six Ml" ,iz J , 'field l Mrs. Althea W. Burke, Grade Six Miss Marie Wells, Grades Five, Six Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Wood, Grade Seven Mrs. Elizabeth H. Denny, Grade Seven Mrs. Grace K. English, Grade Seven Mrs. Barbara Lackey, Grade Seven Mrs. Eleanor Briley, Grade Eight Ray W. Coon, Grade Eight Mrs. Evelyn C. Long, Grade Eight I3 ERVIN BASON Valedictorian, 1959 Best All-Round Boy, 1959 ' fe I PENNY PARRISH Salutatorian, 1959 I 1 ,ul fl mk 5 QIZQOZGY ffllzlssz' es I ggi JOHN KECK DANNY ALLEN Be PAUL BROOKS Most Athletic Boy, I4 Athlete of tl-ue Montl'1 All-Mid-State Conference Football, End, 1958-1959 State Forage Crop Winner, 1959 Member of State Dairy Judging Team-Second in Nation SHERRIE LOY ALLEN CAROLYN GIBSON RAE VONE GUMM st All'Round Girl, 1959 County Dairy Princess, 1959 Homecoming Queen, 1959 ., r I 1 . V , ljj k '-':',.3f: ,1.i,Q.f ' , A .. 5355 -i f ' .' . w . -- 'R' 'Q M' I 3 ', Isf. ' ,, ' ,I 533-1' ' . 3 I ' ' "" 'E I 1 1, ' -' Qu? I I , ,-'.il:,:'2fi5'i I ' . I ' ff ' Iig 1lif52l'Q '35 P,wf'1' , :g JO ANN COX IDA TEAGUE JERRY W. THOMPSON 1 1959 M051 Afhleqic Girl, 1959 All-County Girls' All-Mid-State Conference Basketball Team, 1960 Football, Tackle, 1959 1 1 k , p 4' 1 X QF S X ' :f'5 2, f A , 95" sf A"l."1.'y 5 1.1 z in. ,. .1 4 ,me-,N .MB- ,. Annu , ,wf,,x,0 .1 lj ,--1 ,-u ,.. f""xA JA' fy Q , v M x x Q- "' Q 5? 4 3 1 1 ff Y Q avff' , . : .. 'gn'-2 I ' .. '--'- -gif!-Jign ,f-"'5'H'3 "" A. Mg' 1.,n"L"'i"?. .hbvsff ,,-""'wJ-W. 'Q 'In , ,,.wW"'ff, ik w:,'1 5- ' . l ' ' f ,,,.,' " 'LJ ., 'Q 5.11 X H A-EQ.,-'MBR . , ' " 7, 3 X: ' , if K' '41 3 Vik ix O4 :!IHFi 7?ff V ' ' 'V V wiwaxgzs.-fi ,. ' QQ:GlI"- .' 4 . - j Wi H '94 .Q 4 J' .1 OTIS TALMADGE BAILEY A versatile fellow with a friendly smile, willing to stop and chat awhile. F.F.A. Club I, 2, 4-H Club I, 2, 3, 4, County President 3, Secretary 4, Class Vice-President 2, President 3, Marshal 2, 3, Good Citizenship Council 3, 4, County Treasurer 4, F.T.A. Club 3, 4, President 4, Wilsonian Staff 3, 4, Assistant Business Man- ager 3, Business Manager 4, Bus Drivers' Club 3, 4, Student Librarian 4, Miss Alexander Wilson Escort 4, Class Poet, Super- Iative. CLYDE REID BRAXTON Reid's the one who pulls the pranks, but with our seniors he really ranks. F.F.A. Club I, 2, 4, 4-H Club 4, Superlative. GLEN DA FAYE BREWER Blue eyes, blond hair, happy smile, and few cares. F.H.A. Club I, 2, 3, F.T,A. Club I, 2, 3, 4, Historian 2, 3, Secretary 4, Senior Chorus 2, Class Secretary 2, Treasurer 3, Marshal 3, Assistant Librarian 4, Student Teacher 2, 4, Miss Alexander Wilson Court 3, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Superlative. LINDA KAY BREWER What's in a name? I plan to change mine. Class Reporter I, F.H.A. Club I, 2, 3, Songleader 2, Treasurer 3, F.T.A. Club 2, Student Teacher 2, 4-H' Club 2, Girls' Senior Chorus 2, Good Citizenship Council 2, Treasurer, Softball I, Basketball 2, 3, Class Treasurer 3, Miss Alexander Wilson Court 3, Wilsonian Staff 4, Typist, Superlative, , 3 GLENN DOUGLAS CARVER Handsome is as handsome does, but it saves a lot of trouble to be born goodrlooking. Class President I, 3, Good Citizenship Council 4, President, Class Historian 4, Marshal 2, Chief Marshal 3, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4: Miss Alexander Wilson Escort 4, Wilsonian Staff 3, Associate Editor, Superlative. NANCY CROCKER COLE A smile is the same in any language, 4-H Club I, 3, 4, F.H.A. Club I, Glee Club 4, BRODIE CHARLES COVINGTON Stand back girls-don't mob the boy, Class President 4, Testator 4, Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, F.F,A, Club I, 4-H Club 4, Monogram Club 3, 4, Miss Alexander Wilson Escort 4, Superlative, JAMES EARL COVINGTON Standing on the corner - watching all the girls go by. F.F.A. Club I, Class Treasurer I, 4-H Club 4, I7 LLOYD DAVID CROCKER JR The world belongs to the energetic but who wants the world? MARY ALlCE CRUTCHFIELD Sweet manners, kindly deeds for this world and its needs. F.H.A. Club 1, 4-H Club 1, F.T.A, Club 2, 3, 4, Student Li- brarian 3, School Store Clerk 4, . '- -: 3.4 .-gtg.. ' " ,ww ,.:'- . f-111, :ggpww gi in . .Legg kg, - ' '3:. "' so .xii ,. 1:23 fi' .f5E'55?jE2Ef" ' ' -- ..sss:fi':s:s:,:::-:as . ' ,-Ki' "Dlx-'+ W.-2'. -rf:-1: 1. -f-wwe: 345511:-:'. , 1 I .' DOVIE JEAN DUNLAP Pretty?---Witty? l'll say!! F.H,A. Club 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Class Secretary 3, Wilsonian Staff 4, Typist. JOYCE ANN EDWARDS Such a girl you seldom rneet, good looks and wit make her complete. Transfer from Walter Williams 2, Class Secretary 2. CAROLYN MARIE GIBSON A charming bit of scenery in the landscape of the world. F.H.A. Club 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 4, President, 4-H Club 1, 4, Student Librarian 2, 3, Basketball 1, Cafeteria Cashier 4, Home- coming Attendant 4, Alamance County Dairy Princess 3, Run- ner-up District Dairy Princess, Superlative. CAROLYN JONES GLOSSON Spinning in the craziest circles, she's still able to find her place. Class Vice-President 1, 4, Social Council Representative 1, F.H.A. Club 1, 2, 3, Parliamentarian 3, May Queen Attendant 1, 4-H Club 1, 2, 4, Monogram Club 13, 4, Secretary 4, Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3, Junior Varsity Basketball 1, Dramatics 2, Miss Alexander Wilson Court 3, 4, Wilsonian Staff 4, Associate Editor, Superlative. NANCY JO DAVIS Softespoken attractiveness, F,H.A. Club 1, Dramatics 1, F.T.A, Club 1, Student Librarian 2, Miss Alexander Wilson Court 4. JOY MAE DRAUGHN Happy as a mosquito who just passed her screen test. Good Citizenship Council 1, 2, F.T.A. Club 1, Dramatics 2, Wilsonian Staff 3, 4, Assistant Advertising Manager 3, Editor-in- Chief 4, Miss Alexander Wilson Court 3, 4, Superlative. A x t it ,,, ,Flatt ROBERT LEWIS GRAY He's a great pal and a sincere friend. Social Council 2, Vice-President, A-H Club 4, Giftorian, Super- lative. RAE VONE GUMM Wouldn't that smile and those eyes make some man climb to the skies. Class Secretary l, Vice-President 3, Good Citizenship Council 3, 4, Secretary Ag Marshal 2, 3, Wilsonian Staff 4, Sports Editor, F.H.A. Club l, 2, 3, May Queen Attendant l, Treasurer 2, President 3, F.T,A. Club 2, 3, A, Vice-President 4, 4-H Club l, 2, 4, Monogram Club 3, 4, President 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Homecoming Queen Af Miss Alexander Wilson Court 3, 4, 2nd Runner-Up 45 Superlative. FAYDENE MAY GUTHRIE A shy appearance but never a doubt, she's a mischievous character we've found out. F.H.A. Club l, 2, 4-H Club l, 2, 3g Basketball 2, 4, Student Librarian 2, 3, Superlative. JERRY DEAN HARTLEY I came to school to get a general idea of things. Baseball 2, Superlative, ' J .7 i.-as eri- ,mm JERRY HOWARD HUGHES l would be better if l could, but its awfully lonesome being good. F.F.A, Club 1,4-H Club 2, 3, 4, -ez-ts? SYLVIA ANN JONES lmpish smile, dancing eyes, always gives us a big surprise. F.H.A, Club lg Dramatics Club lp F.T.A. Club l, 2, 3, Student Teacher 2, A H Club I, 2, Marshal 2, Class Secretary 3, Student Store Clerk 3, Miss Alexander Wilson Court 3, 4, JOHN HOWARD KECK The reason girls go to football games. Football l, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, All-Conference 3, Ag Basketball l, 2, 3, -4, All'Conference 3: Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, All-Conference 31 Monogram Club l, 2, 3, 4, Vice'Presidenr l WADE CRAVEN KIMBALL When l said I would die a bachelor, l did not think I should live untill was married. Football 3, 4, Monogram Club 3, F.T.A. Club l, President 2, Vice-President 3, Social Council 3, Presidentg Industrial School -1 JOSEPH FREEMAN NICKS Never a worry, never a care, when anything happens, he's always there, F.F.A. Club I, 2, 3, 4, President 4, 4-H Club I, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM MADISON RICE l'd like to be shy, but the girls won't let me. Class Vice-President I, President 2, Good Citizenship Council 3, Vice-President, F.F.A. Club I, Monogram Club 4, Baseball 4, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Miss Alexander Wilson Escort 4, Super- lative. ELIZABETH ANN SAWYER Flirting here, skipping there, a friendly girl without a care. Cheerleader 4, Wilsonian Staff 4, Snapshot Editor, Class Vice- President 3, Marshal 3, Social Council 2, Dramatics 2, Glee Club 3, 4, Monogram Club 4, 4-H Club I, 2, 3, 4, County Champion 3, Miss Alexander Wilson Court 3, Student Store Clerk 3, Senior Chorus 2, Superlative. RONALD WORTH SCOTT All the qualifications of a regdlar fellow all rolled into one, Class Vice-President I, President 2, Basketball 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. Club 2, 4, Bus Drivers' Club 3, 4, Wilsonian Staff 4, Advertis Eng Manager, Superlative. CHARLES CLEVELAND LANE What!! No girls in heaven? Leave me here! Class President I, F.F,A. Club I, 2, 4, Vice-President 4, 4-H Club I, 2, 4, Superlative. JANICE MARIE LLOYD Always full of fun and laughter. F.H,A. Club I, 4-H Club I, F.T.A. Club 2, 3, 4, Reporter 3, Student Librarian 3, School Store Clerk 4. LINDA LOUISE MANESS She has the joy of living and a love for life itself. F.T.A. Club I, 4-H Club I, Glee Club 2, Dramatics 2, Cheer- 'eader 3, 4, Chief 4, Office Assistant 3, Wilsonian Staff 3, Art Editor, Junior Chorus 3, Miss Alexander Wilson Court 3, Miss Alexander Wilson of I96O, Superlative. RALPH LYNN MURCHISON If studies interfere with a good time-why study! Basketball 3, Glee Club 4, Bus Drivers' Club 3. PATRICIA ANN SHARPE A pleasing smile, a cheerful word. F.H.A. Club I, 2, Glee Club 2, Basketball 3, 4, Class Secretary 4, Miss Alexander Wilson Court 3. JERRY KEITH SHORE A friend to gain, a friend to remain. 4-H Club l, 2, 3, 45 F.F.A. Club I, 25 Bus Drivers' Club 2, 3, 4, Superlative. CATHERINE FARRELL SYKES As an artist, "Dee" will shine. Student Council Ip F.H.A. 3, 45 Basketball I, 25 4-H Club 45 Student Librarian 37 Student Cafeteria Cashier 45 Glee Club 2, 4, Parliamentarian 45 Superlative. PATRICIA MAE TARKINGTON Vim, vigor, and vitality rolled into one charming girl. F.T.A. Club l, 2, 3, 41 F.H.A. Club 25 Glee Club 27 Student Librarian I, 2, 3, 4-H Club 2, 4. 'ir' E- -np-' IDA DEE TEAGUE Swinging along as happy as can be. 4-H Club I, 4, Songleaderg F.H.A. Club I, 25 Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Student Librarian 3, School Store Clerk 3, Softball If Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Superlative, GERALD TAFT THOMPSON lm educated now, why stay any longer? Industrial School 4. JERRY FRANKLIN THOMPSON Why all the rush? F.F.A. Club I, 2, 3, 4, 4-H Club I, 2, 3, 4. LINDA GERTRUDE THOMPSON Beauty and grace command the world. Class Secretary I, F.H.A, Club lp Class Treasurer 2, Student Librarian 2, Homecoming Queen Runner-Up 47 Wilsonian Staff, Art Editor 4g Superlative. .I ,V- vr-R-rp SYLVIA ANN WOOD As an athlete, she's first rate. 4-H Club I, 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. Club I, 2, Basketball 2, 3, A, Soft- ball lj Junior Varsity Basketball Ig Library Assistant 2, 37 School Store Clerk 3. PATRICIA DIANNE ZACHARY Never underestimate tl-Ie power of a woman. F.H.A. Club I, 2, 3, Office Assistant I, 2, 3, 4, Social Council 3, Vice-President. MASCOT BECKY LANE daughter of MR. AND MRS. - CHARLES LANE CAROL JEAN WALTON She's more fun per mile, F.H.A. Club I, 2, 37 Glee Club 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Dra- matics 'Ig Cheerleader 4, Monogram Club 4, F.T.A. Club If 4-H Club I, Ap Office Assistant 4, Class Treasurer 25 Senior Chorus 2, Student Librarian 3, Giftorian, Superlative. JANET RAY WEBSTER Cute, clever, and liked by everyone, F.H.A. Club 'Ig A-H Club I, 2, 4, F.T.A. Club I, Glee Club 3, Junior Varsity Basketball 'lg Student Librarian 3. MICHAEL RAY WHEELEY With his determination he will go far. Football 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 45 Class Treasurer I, 4, Monogram Club 4, Miss Alexander Wilson Escort 4, Class Prophet, Superlative. ROBERT MELVIN WILLIAMS What I want to get most out of school is myself. Football 4, Basketball 3, Ap Baseball 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club 2, 3, Ag Miss Alexander Wilson Escort 4, MASCOT ADRIAN DACE BAILEY, III son of ' MR. AND MRS. I A. D. BAILEY, JR. If C253 1651017 Early one September morning, sixty-three freshmen began a new school era when they ambled down the hallowed halls of Alexander Wilson School to begin four long years then, but actually now,'very short ones, which will be treasured by all of us. Under the leadership of Mrs. S. C. Burke and Mr. Thomas Williams, our year began very pleasantly. Our class officers were, presidents, Douglas Carver and Charles Lane, vice-presidents, Carolyn Glosson and William Rice, secretaries, Linda Thompson and Rae Vone Gumm, treasurers, Jim Covington and Mickey Wheeley. Since we had had one year of high school training, we were better prepared to face the sophomore year. Then our coming into a beautiful high school building with its modern facilities gave us a new outlook on our educational adventure. Ronald Scott and William Rice were our presidents, Douglas Carver and Otis Bailey, vice-presidents, Faye Brewer and Joyce Edwards, secretaries, Linda Thomp- son and Carol Walton, treasurers. Under the guidance of Mrs. G. B. Robbins and Mrs. Robert L. Lloyd another profitable year came to an end. When our junior year began, it was to be a very busy one, and full of happy moments and memories that will never be forgotten. The climaxes of the year were getting our class rings, giving the junior-senior banquet, the theme of which was "Starlight and Roses," and participating in athletics and other school activities. Our advisors were Mrs. G. B. Robbins and Mrs. Marvin Terrell. The class officers were, presidents, Otis Bailey and Douglas Carver, vice-presidents, Rae Vone Gumm and Ann Sawyer, secretaries, Dovie Jean Dunlap and Sylvia Jones, treasurers, Faye Brewer and Kay Brewer. A wonderful summer ended, and once again it was time for us to continue our search for knowledge as the school doors were opened wide and teachers greeted us. This new year found forty-six seniors united firmly under the leading hand of Mrs, G. H. Enfield. New experiences and numerous responsibilities awaited us. The class officers were, president, Charles Covington, vice-president, Carolyn Glosson, secretary, Patsy Sharpe, treasurer, Mickey Wheeley. Under the leadership of Coach Lewis Robertson, our football team's record was one of the best in the history of the school, fact of the matter, our athletic pro- gram, as a whole was one to be proud of, and the students, participating learned many lessons that will be of future value to them. Another activity, which has taken much time, is the editing of our school annual, THE WILSONIAN. The staff, composed of seniors and iuniors worked diligently to prepare a good one. In November the seniors elected their mascots, Becky Lane and Jack Bailey of whom we are very proud. Several social events, one of which was the prom given by the iuniors, afforded us much pleasure. As our high school life at Alexandria Wilson School ends, we shall never forget the happy experiences that we have enioyecl, the friendship formed, and the wonderful lessons we have learned. DOUGLAS CARVER Historian ,, -12.1. A. N fa, MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED MOST STUDIOUS Joy Draughn Kay Brewer Ronald Scott Jerry Shore O S O ZQM 7 BEST PERSONALITY MOST MISCHIEVOUS Dee Sykes Fayderte Guthrie Otis Bailey Reid Braxton f .-, ,v .ww ,y.J.4 ,,. I ip: 'Ak 79 . QQ .v ,., Y I I-"sh ,',:. , : ., ,, ,nw 1.1,wA?' 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Q 2555-illll, .gain , s. . 5 ugiklfygsgl . is l? L ,X i S i 1 L' "mt 'W' ' ' r Qi' 554 1 av , a, m-wry , , A ..-, x . -,,-N 'NI' x ,- 'V 'Q x kv E m N? if 5.53213 f 1 W P fl, ? XX X.. x f 13"- 2'-5 :SS N5 . 4435 we C42 4 ws' 32? 'Pl-' 3-C? .6 EE i , , W 6'5" 1-'If' lr ,": ' . .. 1 3 . 5, ' ,. .Q -1.-.J 2:05 4 3 ,,,. . -1:41310 Q ,N XI X i A I ,,,.,, C7 N-- ' Y Nw, Ns, .Wi ..,':.u 1 Qu--zu-,vw--u MISS ALEXANDER WILSON CONTESTANTS Carolyn Glosson, Barbara Gilley, Dianne Whifiernore, Nancy Jo Davis, Billie Kay Glosson, Marie Clark, Joyce Johnson, Berry Sue Rogers, Joyce Scarleff, Billie Sue Snipes, Laverne Deese, Jane Canacly, Sylvia Jones, Brenda Vincent, Rae Vone Gumm, -1" v-, , Linda Maness, Berry Sfour, Joy Mae Draughn, Emily Jo Rich, lA t x Sue Gilbert, Linda Pickard, Jo Ann Phillips, Sandra Angel, k Carolyn Layell, Kay Guihrie. - e,,.,.,,- K , ' fl- if ff I . A 451, - - w-V , 13 X 17 L 34:45, - ii? l f L' 1:72 , 2 X5 X' x , I I ,E , , ,- tm ,sw X fy C " l .v M 1. ,E ' if ,- ue,- 2 n. CAROLYN LAYELL all V RAE VONE GUMM Enioying a wonderful evening F , i - 'sv WILSONIAN STAFF SEATED, left to right: Ronald Scott, Advertising Editor: Carolyn Glosson, Associate Editor: Joy Mae Draughn, Editor-in-Chief: Otis Bailey, Business Manager: Linda Thompson, Art Editor: Dovie Jean Dunlap, Typist. STANDING: Jo Ann Phillips, Associate Editor: Ann Sawyer, Snapshot Editor: Billie Sue Snipes, Assistant Advertising Editor: Rae Vone Gumm, Sport Editor: Danny Allen, Sports Editor: Kay Guthrie, Assistant Business Man- ager: Billie Kay Glosson, Art Editor: Kay Brewer, Typist. 44 l SOCIAL COUNCIL Composed of representa- tives from all high school grades and two faculty ad- visors, this organization plans the additional recreation re- quested by the student body throughout the year. KNEELING, left to right: Jimmy Shoe, Jay Allen Wood. STANDING: Mr. Robbins, Advisor, Mike Holt, Vice-President, Douglas Carver, President, Becky Crutchfield, Larry Davis, Marsha Spivey, Donnie Huffman, Emilv Jo Rich, Treasurer, Otis Bailey, Joyce Scarlett, Rae Vone Gumm, Secretary, Elaine Shore. Jane Canacly, Chairman, Anne Farrell, Secretary, Mrs. Stephens and Mr. Robertson, Advisors. GOOD CITIZENSHIP COUNCIL The good citizenship coun- cil, composed of representa- tives elected frorn all high school grades, is the only governing body ofthe school in which the pupils are repre- sented. Its purpose is to build up a closer relationship between the students and the administration. Promoting worthy school proiects, preparing assembly and public address program schedules and assisting in solving school problems are their obiectives. 45 'M' OFFICERS: Otis Bailey, Presidentf Rae Vone Gumm, Vice-President, Faye Brewer, Secretary, Emily Jo Rich, Treasurerg Marie Clark, Historiam Mrs. Robbins, Advisor. 4-H CLUB A National organization, supervised and directed by the farm agent in each coun- ty for boys and girls who like farm life and want to be a part of rural America. Often boys learn a suc- cessful trade in farming and girls learn helpful ideas on good housekeeping. 46 F.T.A. CLUB The Future Teachers of America is a nationwide pro- fessional movement, or- ganized to encourage young people to cultivate within themselves qualities of per- sonality and character, which are the foundations of teach- ing, to give specific informa- tion about the opportunities in education, and to encour- age more young people to enter the teaching profession. ,nl OFFICERS: Carolyn Layell, President, Joyce Scarlett, Vice-President, Otis Bailey, Secretary: Brenda F.F.A. CLUB Composed of boys study- ing agriculture, the Future Farmers of America is an or- ganization whose foundation includes leadership, scholar- ship, patriotism and ima proved agriculture. "Learning to do, Doing to learn, Earning to live, Living to serve." These four lines, their motto, express the obiectives of the club. OFFICERS: Freeman Nicks, President, Charles Lane, Vice-President, Vance Garrett, Secretary, John Keck, Treasurer, Glenn Nicks, Reporter, Richard Lloyd, Sentinel, Mr. Cooper, Advisor. .: X tt Q-Q .K-its 1 X ANR- A .. , , , ,-- ., tg as-cms. A sms is-,L sg, 3- Q- :H L A ,...,:, 'ffcqZK?'f79'13f?CV7"5'fs'1s ' X -1. -showers,-,-' , - '- s . 7-Q53 -- ' ,.:-,- --,.- " . .Y . -. V. s.-'Q . u- : f- t , -. . , 'f OFFICERS: Joyce Scarlett, President, Becky Crutchfield, Vice-President, Mary .Io Morrow, Secretary, Carolyn Layell, Treasurer, Dianne Roach and Lois Cobb, Song Leaders, Martha Huffman, Historian, ,lane Canady, Parliarnentarian, Mrs. Stephens, Advisor. F.H.A. CLUB The Future Homemakers of America is an organiza- tion whose obiectives are to promote better family living, to help members understand the opportunities open to them in the field of eco- nomics, to understand our neighbors at home and abroad, and to provide train- ing for participation in home, school and community life. "Toward New Horizons," the motto, really expresses the true purpose. 47 w -1 , N Us Q2 12 . 5551-? f.'2 -Q ia af N E M V Ag" 3 2 x I Ni W -. , ' K n 5 . QV R I' 7'3" f ff . 'V' - 4. , 'i+Z V tw it "J -- .f",.4 ,, 't x"'.. Mg.: H K1 x " X s 1 JDS ia.Vn Etf- U '-1331-si gd-M , ,. A-, J fx E QQ L, P is-:Ani fee' ' 151 7-'H " -.rjfgf r' 79 2 A-G., N1 xl. ? EM T M in ,M if N, 1 y W. ,H if -"' 1 A ,s 91 V., g. ' gs ,f 44,5 411+ fy? A 4 WILLIMAS Forward WEBSTER Guard D oys 7 aslgefgaf . A C MR. ROBERTSON Coach XX "i.:- ff?Ei"' N xiii: ' Q - x,'ixjIfl -gpgf 5' 2, , yglsi -Iffvfw " f ?Q!Eff'zi'L- r Q g :QSQ1-f' iYS"gsQff,' " ' ffiluiix- it :X ,sf '-:F -r'Kr f xl B I Q R 3: N XX NN ,I Ni, . KECK Center FARRELL Guard DUFFER Forward BACK ROW, left to right: Huffman, Covington, Keck, Captain, R. Scott, D. Scott. FRONT ROW: M. Williams, Duffer, Wheeley, F. Webster, G Williams, Farrell, D. Webster. 5 l ' 1 , I V L i ' 1 1 . X 1 , I I -r i 2 Y iii s E w.f.s.I. BUS DRIVERS' CLUB No big headlines are given these responsible student drivers who play an im- portant part in The function of the school, yet it is they who safely transport hun- dreds of pupils to school and from schzol every day. TN! t 1 f if xiii' SLITUUL l3l,ll.t FIRST ROW, left to right: Danny Johnson, Ronald Scott, Clinton Dodson, Jerry Shore, Karlis Kronberg. SECOND ROW: Otis Bailey, Janet Riddle, James Patterson, Clyde Dodson, Carol Mullen, Brenda Vincent, Jimmy Hayes, Jerry Cooper Becky Steele Kay Guthrie THIRD ROW: Bill Minor Lnn Murchison , f 4 V f Y Willy Suchite, Roger Thompson. BASEBALL SEASON SUMMARY In the first game of the season, the Eagles downed Haw River 6 to 4, Improving every game, S-ii? the Wilson nine beat Elon li STM EEST A I T Y K to 2. s 4 , X . . 'my '. X V 1 I , iff I ' A EH A x- ,, ,W In a nip-and-tuck contest, JI- ug 'l - ,IA 'HY ,XT W the Sylvan Blue Jays finally lg I . " . R 5 ,K RX, , W-' I j.gjP.jfg:f?4f'1i5j edged the Wilson Eagles 8 '..- ,T , I ' ' ' 1 ff - 7 c " F f y to 6. ,X . HI 1 A -' 15,5 N ' .S The Eli whitney Ginners I' . I T ". ' I' -I - if ' , I ,, 'Tj roved to be no match for ' Ilfl " T 5 I I ' J' ' 7 'R' I 5 ' ""Lf '- I 'fl lfte Eagles as they fell I8 mi ., : V v gg-l,.s'sf,' .lg I , , y , A Jr? To O. I " '. R 'if I TIT I ' sb' ' 72 , ,' ' 'Qffff I, - ' Again the Eagles rapped -.3 4 13- 'r f.w4 IJ ! b ., I' ,-',. J if H .N on SX ' - h . T.,-.4 4 L 7 .L V . V -Q if , Ak. -,k 7. me A 'M out a t ri ing victory over Q , . 4 Aga, "I Q. f ' " f .G M xl , I U E. M. Holt by a score of I5 ,figs 'ns ., ' - ' w as f - X Q K , ,- -I ff , ' X, To 1- SW ff, JS I an T I, Qt I' T Nh .,7 4, The Wilson team handed . 'H ' 'I I' ' ' '-A - Q r 09 1-511, x . ,h the Mebane nine a defeat of , ' i . ' il' Q 9 to 3. so ' The Eagles swept past ....., .ff xx- si"-'. ' ' UQ-:g:gqz' Y 11- - V wil ..4,, -a S .,. Fill .. -, T. gi, '-, FIRST ROW I f - Altamahaw Ossipee by a score of T4 to 3. The Wilson Team finally , et to right: Farrell, Thompson, Williams, Brooks, Captain, Rice, Lee, Rich, Lloyd, SECOND ll ROW: Covington, Bradshaw, Allen, Teague, Newton, Sharpe, Nicks. THIRD ROW: Carver, Griffin, x Huffman, Gibson, Keck, Wells, Co-Captain, Wheeley, Webster. edged past the Pleasant Grove Pirates by a margin of A to I . The Alexander Wilson Eagles lost to a ha'rd-hitting Sylvan team in the county championship game by a score of 8 to 6. -s f Z, 120 1,- 'H' Q 4 4 , 9 X 2' I S WZ' x ' Ax f in 'fb 5:5955 Besf Wishes GREEN5 FURNITURE MFG CO INC L PO BOX IBS GRAHAM N C FUEL AND GAS C0 FlrsI' in ualliy Fmesf In Prlce '955 Webb Ave FasI'es'I' in Service BURLINGTON- N- C- "A SATISFIED cusToMER IS OUR FIRST CONSIDERATION." 1 fi 4, 4r',dffQ?a-7691 I u A7 ay! ,ffm ,J7S'J 76-24:76, Zzdfgzf I , fy if f cz, J,4gf,,g4,C,r I!fgIeff,4'Z7 FJ QJOMLC X I ffififaef . , M5240 P5gT'dnfeifIingJQa'9i'n46jah?jeLiiMZ A I X A Eskabiipagbif, of ww pegalh zfvi2fa?,4 Q yew, Lpwfff M466 - x er AAU we-zzu 4a:1.,44f6:fC JJQAXZQQ s-f Xafgac eff I ,ff I ,J I e I F I I I Y We Carry a CompIeI'e Line of AII1leI'ic Equipmeni' I Ii for Bo'I'h Team and Individual Player I "It Pays to Play" f I COBLE SPORTING GOODS CO. 5 I GREENSBORO. N. 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C. 3 VL ,fl It ay .bk I ...R .QED J My I I' Iv 71,0 aff II 'II Iiyyv fvky . QUQJI'-J ANI' SQ L' S . O 1 or .5 gif uf 1 .UV 4,0 FORD FLORIST O. L. "Red" FORD 9 W fy Hi' KOURY'S Vu '- 443 Sou+h Main Sfreef A iff 3:5 scum spring s+fee+ My ,M y BURLINGTON, N. O. Bu"I"'9Io"' N' C' 4, 'I'-JJ ,IW 'Where Smar+ Women Shop PHONE CA 6-I053 WW I we BASAL'S TEXACO LIBERTY ROAD Rou'Ie 6 BURLINGTON, N. C. J. M. MILLER 8. SON LUMBER CO. Qualify Building MaI'eriaIs Phone LO 3-3484 MEBANE. NORTH CAROLINA GRAHAM SODA SHOP 'For I'I1e Besl' in Film Developing 24-HOUR SERVICE-24 Jumbo Prinfs Kodalcs - Prinfs - Flash Bulbs Aufhorized View Mas'I'er Dealer Reels - Sfereoscope - Accessories I00 N. MAIN STREET COURT SQUARE GRAHAM. N. C. SEW AND SAVE REMNANT SHOP "Sew Much for Sew. LH-Ile" PHONE CA 6-9I34 HAW RIVER, N. C. Hospitality calls for X Coke - P we 4-I ll l II W 2 15 ,I ' :Eff 75" Q! tl I I fy Ls 1 I - Col - is ,T SOMMERSPARDUE ERANK's JEWELRY WATCHES AND DIAMONDS Serving in WEDDING AND GRADUATION GIFTS REAL ESTATE-MORTGAGE LOANS FIRE AND CASUALTY INSURANCE BONDS - RENTALS BurIingI'on, N. C. EASY PAYMENT PLAN 202 N. Main Sireei' Graham, N. C. COMMUNITY FEDERAL SAVINGS 8: LOAN 1 ' I ' I COMMUNITY FEDERAL " X QAVLNGS SOUEATIDN Ii '.A. I 1 El I. I fm ,v.. ll- I . "Pad of All You Earn Is Yours +o Save" MINUTE GRILL Try ouR CHICKEN DINNERS Good Food - Home Cooking Fried Chicken - PIaI'e Lunches Wesiern Sfealcs and Chops 2I2 S. MAIN ST. BURLINGTON. N. C. PHONE CA 8-9370 W I-X'h,, N 1, Txiw y ,QW qdgq roar S' J 5 j f' JI EI' I Q ,Y Ixfzdz? W M 7 ,JV N I X N. Bi0B'5"'RwII:hI if I 3 VIEW ,YR K X-, I I 459' J A- V, . ' f .1 yy - I f I , I U .' X fr f A I A wily! yy Mile Eas'r of Graham Ni Highway 54 A PHONE CA 6-88I5 FARM SERVICES, INC. Feeds, Seeds, FerI'iIizer, Baby Chicks L 2 ,Fi -. 125 E. Elm S+. vr w xu I Graham, N. C. PURINF PHONE CA 6-5456 naicnowgw, "!:g:g:!'5 ARTHUR WHITE CONSTRUCTION CO. Bulldozing - Grading Pond Buiiding PHONE CA 6-8662 Graham, Nor'I'h Carolina LONGEST SHOE STORE Cify Club - Diamond Brand VeIveI' S'rep-Weafher Bird I26 NORTH MAIN STREET Graham, Nor'I'h Carolina MUSICLAND Records - Albums Players I29 Sou'I'h Main SIreeI' BURLINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA GRAHAM HARDWARE CO., INC. Service Thar Saiisfies SINCE I903 PHONE CA 6-4409 Graham, N. C. WILLIAM LYNCH STUDIOS Phofogra phy 253 E. Fron+fS+ree+ BURLINGTON, N. C. Phone CA 6-9690 CompIimenI's of NEESE-SHOFFNER FURNITURE CO. GRAHAM UNDERWRITERS AGENCY, INC. Insurance - Bonds - Renis Real EsIaI'e I2I N. MAIN STREET Beside Graham Theafre PHONE CA 6-00I7 Graham, N. C. COLEMAN'S MEN SHOP Men's and Boys' Wear 437 S. Spring SI. Opposife Pos+ Office Phone CA 7-3283 BURLINGTON. N. C. DOYLE'S RESTAURANT Charcoal SIeaIcs Bar-Be-Oue HWY. 54 GRAHAM, N. C. Phone CA 8-9457 PHONE CA 8-I30I :Fx VGIIT 4440, GRAHAM SAVINGS a. LOAN ASSN. SINCE 1904 2 ,iofufouunxg "Here-Where Your Savings Grow FasIer" 'ff 'Wi A. C. MOTSINGER Exec. Vice-Presideni GRAHAM, N. C. Posi' Office Box 47 GRAHAM BARBER SHOP PHONE CA 6-I979 Graham, N. C. Complimenfs of STELEN'S Ladies' ancI ChiIdren's Ready-Io-Wear 448 Main S+ree'I' BURLINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA NEWLIN HARDWARE CO., INC. CompIeI'e Line Builders' Hardware PAINTS AND ROOFING Phone CA 6-5584 BURLINGTON, N. C. FOR RENT Tuxedos, Whife Jackeis Sky Blue JacIceI's and FuII Dress Suiis BLALOCK'S 220 E. Fron'r S+. BURLINGTON, N. C. Wim-ff 'CCL-J67C5?f??-vfgklf g4iT?C -.r'i.fa.e61i-1,51 ML qifiqjf-Zdifiyyv Cplfzffigzf flfxfgi--. -2,27 fgeigyggr-Q .D flflaji-I 221 97 fifaf.1,2L - 145 Lcfnf 4101.41 iz- fee-11,------5-la'...:,-fs .ff an KXQQQ QQ-z.. C-Q11 f Lumber and Building MateriaIsifCif'iY?f3 ffifgzfii 17 ' W 95,-va A- , ,f" PHONE CA 7-397I ffgcfff--Tffrij, , fy Us of Ci' 7:2 I f-we f ffifcy Qgfi-L af Graham, Norih Carolina Eff I 41153 ff 'yy ,7.7f61,,'2j,3. 11427: C9 ZCQYQ' 1,1 -, 'J I' . Us , f, ,A gg., .. ...QA Qiffdfff ,Q .... 1111- D- 4340 97Zf'fPf.Q, f-fc QT PUGH'S R. A. MOORE RADIO a. TV GFOCSTIBS IvIeaI's Radios - Teievisions - Records Fresh MeaI's, Fresh VegeI'aI:Ies Frozen Foods 'ISERVICE THAT SA-IISFIESI' PHONE CA 6-3292 Graham, NorIh Carolina Record Players-Hobbies SporI'ing Goods "SALES AND SERVICE" I05 N. Main SI'ree'I' Graham, Norfh Carolina PHONE CA 6-2366 Compiimenfs of JENNINGS M. BRYAN AGENCY, INC. Insurance Building BURLINGTON. NORTH CAROLINA MODERN VENETIAN BLIND AND AWNING CO. "Manufac+urers of QuaIi+y VeneI'ian BIinds" MODERN FOLD DOORS STORM WINDOWS AND DOORS ALUMINUM AWNINGS DRAPERY RODS I3II E. Webb Ave. Burlingfon, N. C. A E n 4 ' .J-A" i'l'f"Q" ' 0- . M .. ' 1, -9'-'A,"ff 'AG - -1T 'f"- . 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