Andrews High School - Gold and Black Yearbook (Andrews, SC)

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I1 f aff I7 Egsss ' , QL gg , X - if Q V , , if ' X -,ff-Elf ff " pafldcded gg 74a Semin 66444 of 7952 ffadzecae Sahel fifaabzewe, Saudi Zcnoldna fad Here is your 1952 annual. We hope that it will preserve for you memories of the days spent here. These days have indeed been rich ones. They have been filled with the sound of hurrying feet at the ringing of the bell, fran- tastic last minute cramming, voices ringing clearly at a ball game, the rush for the lunch line, muffled giggles in study hall, the futive chewing of gum, the half reluctant meeting of two pairs of eyes, and a stanch friend. These, together with the joys of triumphs, the pangs of disapointment, and now the poignant ache of parting, we have tried capture for you. eomfeaid Dedication Board of Trustees Faculty Seniors Underclassmen Organizations Athletics Advertisements 2 In love and respect we, the Class of 1952, dedicate this annual to Miss Augusta Bailey, who so many of us remember as our first grade teach- er. Her devotion to duty,her unas- suming accomplishments, and her depth of character have been an in- spiration ot us throughout school years. 4 Q C. T. Bell W. L. Hemingway Chairman gdd-1d0f7 I. H. Brourton J- M- Hayes 4 Z 2 Stratford Gilman Woodberry Grammar School Principal B,S. at Graduate Oglethorpe University Clemson Calhoun Garris Superintendent A.B. Wofford College M.Ed., University of S,C. James Elliott Millard High School Principal A.B. University of S,C, fE Universit M.Ed.. University of S,C Stud ent o mory y 6 6915444467 Gladys Polarty Pearle A. Floyd Laura C. Adams French. Biology Commerce 'E' ,al' A v 43 ki Keith M. Fleischman Fred B. Lindler Harold B. Seignious Physical Education Mathematics History Driving an - I fav' ll ,' Sylvia Oxner Julia Kite Burdis B. Gideon Home Economics English Band Maurice Grey T. H. Evans Music, Glee Club Agriculture 7 Kar , V. xr in-'v'iK',--N, 'Q Frances Crosby Chemistry, Science Mathematics, Civics 4145.4 vii ,of 2 N Kathleen Wilson English. Librarian H 5.3 ". . kg . , kx , . , E Gt-x F : 'F in X .. 7 fr W Lucile P. Smith Piano. Voice 1 mmmcm Sedan! 'Zzaaltg FIRST ROW: Thelma Gibson, Mrs. Earl Barrineau, Mrs. Mary M, Kirby, Caroline Martin, Martha Inabinett. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Eva Richardson, Etta Flowers, Mrs, Martha W. Millard, Mrs. I. D, Stott, Mr. S. G. Woodberry, Mrs, R. L. Brockington, Mrs. Gwen Watson, Augusta Bailey, Mrs. Julia Jamison, STANDING: Daisy Bell. 8 I 'VH aff L Miss Gladys Polatty Greenwood, S. C. Winthrop College Sentara 74ml aludaafw Miss Pearle A. Floyd Tabor City. N. C. Limestone College l0 Semin Haw Uffiaew President .... Vice President . . Secretary . . . Treasurer . Reporter . . Il . . . . Joyce Martin Margaret Whitley Barbara Ann Bell . . Billy Hatcher . Warren Newton adam ,Ari Am, K '-"""""' 1 mfr: .P J, -4' ETHERIDGE ALFORD BARBARA ANN BELL Drawing Club lg Physical Ed. 1,2,3 I. H. A. 1,2,3,4: Pres. 1: Vice Pres. 2: Band 1,2g Glee Club 1, 2, 3,4g Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4gHonor Society 3,4p Pres, 4gClass Secretary 3,4: Junior Play 3: Senior Play 4: Marshal 3: Yellow Jacket Staff 3,41 Editor 4, il fam ji. HELEN SYLVIA BROCKINGTON BENJAMIN BRANTLEY CORBIN Band 1, 2,4gJ,H. A. 1,2, 3,4qClass Treas- Baseball 2, 3,4: Football 3,4: Basketball urer 2: Music Club 1:G1ee Club 1,2,3,4g 3.43 F.F. A. 1.2: Il1Hi0I Play 3. Junior Play 35 Senior Play 4: Honor Society 3, 4g Reporter 4. I2 SHIRLEY .TEANNETTE COX Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Softball 2, 3 I. H. A. 1, 25 Class President 2. Q-...gba .TUANITA MARIE ETHRIDGE J, H. A. 1, 2, 3, Dancing Club 1g Library Club 3, Yellow Jacket Staff 1,2,3: As- sistant News Editor 35 News Editor 4g May Court 1g Placed in Algebra State Contest 2. Seadau UQ. fa-'er' 5 BOBBIE ETHERIDGE LH. A, 1,2, 3,45 Queen of Hearts 3, Band Sponsor 4: Junior Play 3, May Queen Con- testant 1, 3: Dancing Club 1. agp., i Wa.. 2 ELLAREE REBECCA GIBBS Glee Club 13 Physical Ed, 1, Cheerleader 3: ,Ll-LA. 1,2, 3,4, 13 S . anli"""V ,,M,l JUNIUS RAMSAY GRANT IR. F.F,A, 1,25 Reporter, Junior Play 3g Senior Play 4, Vice President of Class 3g Hobby Club 23 Yellow Jacket Staff, Ass. Bus. Manager 3, Annual Staff, Photographic Editor 4. WILLIAM HARVEY HATCHER Football 3,4g Co-Captain 43 Hobby Club 25 Baseball 4g Class Treasurer 4, Annual Staff, Sports Editor 45 Senior Play 4. af i N Y' fu r, rifieziq , , .,.v :X M,,.,f,, C ROYCE ALTON GREEN IR. Football 3,4g Basketball 43 Baseball 4g F. F.A, 1,25 Sentinal 2g Dancing Club lg J, H.A, Honorary Member 3,45 Library Club lg Senior Play 4. LUCIAN FITZGERALD KINDER Hobby Club 2, Football 1.2,3,4p Basket- ball 1,2,3,4g Baseball 1,2,3,4g Glee Club 2,3,4g Monogram Club l,2,3,4. emiafw CLARA BELL LONG Dancing Club lg Class Reporter lg Secre- tary and Treasurer 2g Monogram Club 2, 3,4g Basketball 2,3.4g Class President 3' Yellow Jacket Staff 4g Annual Staff 3,45 Glee Club 1,2,3.4: J.H.A. 1,2,3,4g Honor Society 3.4. JOYCE ELIZABETH MARTIN Dancing Club lg Yellow Jacket Staff lp Music Club lg Talent Show 2nd Place 25 Basketball 2,3,4g Co-Capt. 3g Glee Club 1,2.3.4g J,H.A, 1.2.3,4p Monogram Club 2,3,4p Band 1.2,3,4g Secretary 4g Oral In- terpretation Contest 3g Jr. Class Sec. 8: Treas.: Marshal 3g May Court 3g Annual Staff 3.4: Girl's State 35 Honor Society 3, 4g Sec. 8s Treas. 4g Cheerleader Capt. 4g Sr.Class Pres.gJr.Play 35 sr, Play 4, A Qa- ,X .Q Vw 1 V' , fl 5 ' ' 4 WILLIAM DOUGLAS MCDANIEL I.H.A. 1,2,3.4g Football 3,45 Library Club 3: Safety Patrol 4g F.F.A. l,2.3,4g Mono- gram Club 3,4g Physical Ed. Instructor 4. l5 EDWARD FRANCIS MERCER Football 1,2,3,4g Baseball 1,2g Basketball 4g Class President 1.2: I.H.A, 1.2,3,4g Yellow Jacket Staff 3,4g Circulation Manager 45 Football Co-Capt. 4. 1 f r 'Z 9' ' . 3:12 '-' fi 5 ,, , ,Mb M EDGAR RHEA MILLARD Football. Basketball. Baseball Mgr. l.2g Band 1,2,3,4g Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Class Pres. lgl-lobby Club lg Sc. Club lg Mono- gram Club l,2g Music Club 1,2.4g Class Reporter 2g Yellow Jacket Staff 2,3,4g Sports Ed. 33 Placed in Bio. State Contest 2gDeclam Contest 2,3,Dist. Band 3g Gold and Black Staff 3,43 Asst. Ed. 3. Ed. 4, Safety Patrol. Lt. 3g Capt. 4, Boy's State 3, Jr. Play: Sr. Play, Marshal 3g Honor Society 3,45 Vice Pres. 4. DORIS LOUISE NORTON I, H, A. l,2,3,4g Basketball 2, 33 Cheer- leader 2, 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Band Majorette 45 Yellow Jacket Staff, Mem. Editor 4g May Court 2: Monogram Club 2, 3,41 Dancing Club lg Talent Show, Sec- ond Place Winner 2. ! ' 1 rwjrj WARREN ELBERT NEWTON Band 1. 2. 3.4: LH. A. 1.2.3.4: G14-20 Club 2, 3, 4g Junior Play 33 Senior Class Reporter 4, Represented South Carolina in "Who's Who in Baton Twirling" 3gSuperior Rating in Baton Twirling 2. if Skov, mmqmw me ' il 4 Z ELBERT O'NEAL RAY Football 3,4g F. F, A. 1,23 Judging Team 1,2gBus Patrolman 3gStudent Bus Driver 4. endofw VERGIE CATHERINE SMITH PERLINE TISDALE Dancing Club lg J.H.A. 1,2,3,4. J.H.A. l,2.3,4g Band 1,2g Junior play 3 Senior Play 4. WEL MARGARET ANNE WHITLEY Dancing Club 15 First Place in Talent Show 2g Basketball 1,2,3,4g Glee Club 1, 2,3,4g Pianist 4: J.H.A. 1,2.3,4g Monogram Club 2,3,4p Band l,2,3,4g President 4g Music Club 1,2,3,4g President 4g Junior Play 3g Senior Play 4g Honor Society 3,4g Cheerleader 45 May Court 3g Yellow Jac- ket Staff 3,45 Annual Staff 4g Vice Pres. of Senior Class. I7 I O 60602 BEST LOOKING Bobbie Ethridge Billy Hatcher MOST DEPENDABLE Clara Bell Long Brantley Corbin BEST DANCERS Shirley Cox Pete Kinder Waugfietafzq Our class began in 1939. Miss Bailey had half the class and Mrs. Richardson had the other half. Because we were little chatter boxes, Miss Bailey had a long cane which came in handy for tapping us on the head. Mrs. Richardson had her own little way of dicipllne. She sent the little wiggle worms into the cloak room, and after piling all the coats on the floor, the children would go to sleep. Each year after that our work got a little harder. About the fifth grade we really got down to work. Miss Driggers was the teacher of one class and Miss Howle was teacher for the other section. If Miss Driggers ever caught anyone chewing gum in class, she stuck it onto their nose. Miss Howle was a little rougher than Miss Driggers, Billy Mac and Bozie got a paddling every day in the cloak room. They liked every lick they got, though. Sometimes the class got the impression that she didn't paddle them at all. There were too many laughs coming from that little room. An exciting year for us was the sixth grade, when we moved over in the high school building. We had a break about every forty-five minutes and a new teacher would come in. That's the year Mr. Fleischman came and we started taking orders. Another year passed and another, and we were in high school. The year started with a bang. We thought we were as important as the President of the United States. We learned better than that, though. The next year passed by quickly and we were Juniors. History Class under Mr. Seigneous was thrilling,that is when he was out of the class room. One bright sunny day the class got an idea of locking Mr. Seigneous out. Since Royce had a long string of keys, we begged him to lock the door. Well, who needs say what happened? Mr, Garris, Mr. Millard and Mr. Seigneous preached to us the rest of the day. Finally our senior year has come, A certain group of chemistry students caught it pretty bad. lt appeared that Mrs. Adams was always trying to get rid of half the class. After an experiment, she would have to dis- miss a few for blowing up something or filling the room with smoke and peculiar odors. Ira was always doing absolutely nothing worthwhile and so much of something at the same time. The something theboys did, us- ually got them sent to the office. Those were the good old days, and now that day for which we have all looked forward to for twelve years is finally here. But when we glance back into those years, the forthcoming graduation day brings a little sadness as well as joy, because it will probably mark the last time we will all be together. In the future years we will look back on dear old A.H,S, and think of the many happy and well spent days that were passed there under the guidance of Mr. Garris, Mr. Millard, and all of the teachers. Now we turn into the world with a final goodbye to Andrews High. Clara Bell Long CLASS HISTORIAN I9 Q I BEST ALL AROUND Joyce Martin Elbert Ray BEST DRESSED Barbara Bell Billy McDaniel MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Sylvia Brockington Royce Green 20 Jawa' 7066! cmd eammenz' We, the class of 1952, being of sound mind and body, do hereby will the fol- lowin : I, Peigline Tisdale, do hereby leave my way with the boys to Peggy Ozburn. I, Juanita Ethridge, do hereby leave my love for bookkeeping to some dear un- fortunate soul. I, Bobbie Ethridge, do hereby leave my love for history to anyone who wants it. I, Ellaree Gibbs, do hereby leave my silly laughter to Irene McDaniel. I, Clara Bell Long, do hereby leave my short, red hair to Faye Mixon. I, Ramsay Grant, do hereby leave my freckles to Will Grant, in order to keep them in the family. I, Bozie Mercer, do hereby leave my height to Wilson Lambert. I, Brantly Corbin, do hereby leave my curly hair to Mr. Seignious. I, Royce Green, do herby leave my way with the women to Phifer Payne. I, Virgie Smith, do hereby leave my talding ability to Kitty Brooks. I, Buddy Millard, do hereby leave my good grades in chemistry to Ira Robinson. I, Shirley Cox, do hereby leave my place on the basketball team to Joan Green, hoping that she is more successful. . I, Elbert Ray, do hereby leave my ability to drive a schoolbus to Ronald Steedly. I, Billy McDaniel, do hereby leave my wardrobe to next years best dressed boy. I, Warren Newton, do hereby leave my pretty brown eyes and black hair to Jimmy Dunn. I, Doris Norton, just leave. I, Billy Hatcher, do hereby leave my ability as an athlete to Dan Powers. I, Sylvia Brockinton, do hereby leave my height to Bronte Barrineau, hoping that a happy medium can be reached. I, Margaret Whitley, do hereby leave my blond hair to Patrica Hemingway. I, Joyce Martin, do hereby leave my quiet manner to Nan Dee Evans. I, Barbara Ann Bell, do hereby leave my position as editor of the Yellow Jacket Staff to Ronald Steedly. I, Pete Kinder, do hereby leave my good looks to Jimmy Smith. I, Etheridge Alford, do hereby leave my curly hair to the Ray twins. Signed, Sealed and Delivered on this lst day of June 1952. Etheridge Alford ........ Ramsay Grant Jr. Class Lawyers 21 swims MOST STUDIOUS Barbara Bell Buddy Millard WITTIEST Vergie Smith Bozie Mercer MOST POPULAR Joyce Martin Warren Newton FDMMM Oh happy day! Iune 2, 19721 Twenty years ago the tweny-five most fortunate and well educated seniors of Andrews High School walked down that aisle the last time. The latest data on these souls reads as thus: Buddy Millard, now teaching electronics at Clemson College, is still supporting the football squad of his choice. Billy McDaniel is now greasing cars and carrying his wages home to his little wife and dozen offspring. Billy Hatcher is still wiping his glasses and snitching books. These books belong to the most successful Brantley Corbin, now a substitute democracy teacher at the old alma mata, The winner of the "Mrs, America' contest is Bobbie Ethridge, now the Mrs. Dan N. In the business world we find Etheridge Alford keeping books for the Home Demonstration Agent, Mis Clara Bell Long. In the wilds of the Congaree Jungle we find the Reverend Warren Newton soothing the natives with his piano talents. For a while we cou1dn't find Ramsay Grant, but we found him out on the farm and hoping that Shirley Cox, the famous model, will soon break her leg. In the artistic world we find Ellaree Gibbs designing gowns for the elaborate wedding of the celebrity. Joyce Martin. Finally we found Pete Kinder, uying to bum a loan off Royce Green, the famous horse doctor. Vergle Smith is married to her secret admirer and keeping Oak Grove well populated. Bozie Mercer is playing tackler or something or other for the St. Louis Indians. Taking vitamin pills and trying so hard to gain aufew inches in height, is our little Sylvia Brockington. Scooting around in an old Chevy and looking for a 'woman of the world' is Jack Coker. On the comer he is pulled by the hard-boiled cop, Elbert Ray. Doris Norton is now Mrs. Furney Rhem and making a hole in his pocketbook. Still trying to get more strokes in typing and trying to act like a business woman, is Barbara Bell. Long gone but not forgotten is Juanita Ethridge, still trying to conquer the Florida Everglades. Now a professional and private nurse, Margaret Whitley is on a sharp look out for a rich, old bachelor. Last but not least, Perline Tisdale is now a cashier in the widely known Dunn's 595 8: 10d Store. Well, gang I don't mean to run out on you, but I think there is a fast moving train leaving out of Andrews that needs me for a passenger. 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Coach Gideon, and Wayne Atkins. 44 451 1 J P Billy Barrineau Billy McDaniel End End I 4' Jimmy Smith George Wildes Back Back Brantley Corbin Guard Lavem Elliot Dennis Main End Back 45 2 x il Pete Kinder Back Wyndell Taylor Back 'E Royce Green Tackle Loyd Morris Center 46 Elbert Ray Guard I r 3 3 Buddy Bauer Tackle Wind le Long Back geek 244656466 eam ffll P SE XA E K 9 ' the wi Q I Sitting: Dan Powers, Jimmy Hayes, and Johnny Pitts, Kneeling: Coach Fleischman, Brantley Corbin. Billy Whitley, Lavern Elliot, Jimmy Smith, Billy Barrineau, Royce Green, and Asst. Coach Gideon. Standing: Wayne Atkins, Jack Crawford, Buddy Bauer, Jackie Powers, Loyd Morris, and Pete Kinder. 4 7 Qi, 'fy via ., . ,355 ., , ,ye ffiw K. 355125915 In S ,rx .2 in Agni M, Fleischman Coach X Qffmlh Zaakeliafl 7mm A 'X Kneeling: Jeanette Davis, Shirley Cox, Patricia Barrineau, Mae Bell Lambert, Bronte Barrineau, Dixie Mercer, Ioyce Martin, and Ioan Green. Standing: Alicia Payne, Clara Bell Long, Nina Lee Jones, Linda Bauer, Doris Norton, Margaret Whitley, and Hallie Wilder, Joyce Martin and Shirley Cox 'Gone but not forgottenf' Miss. Thelma Gibson, Coach, A8 QM. , , n .,x ,W nf LM Q55 Qi. y t , . v-SSN' , - A xy. W4 f w Zz x if 1' 'vr. L ,xr 4 W 4 t , 4' , f ' ifilafig- ,N- Qfffff -s..t7Z, we A , ... 1'- 194: 61 Side af 54406, A 'bk if GX max A. sask xg ou Nl e :bail Osxkxwck ive. 13,30 I 1' Ce 9 - P ?? Q ,WMM 539 SXXOXS . . '7e B,- 8 Unbap Dy P a 'Ui ly S map ug, Rh ioux hands . . H opa ee me Xadq vi fo Us MCD hx up, s a nie! 49 QP I -'M i f 1 5 V-sf, --.M ,sa can ami ,gnm 'lr ,.. L Ah A wwf, in 4 1 f. x wx S Wa w ,mm X . IN M , 2 V' , ff as HS x 2 Z 1 2? W if r p E' 3 5 J. I fi i .fvswmg F 7 'E' SWF f?97"f' .-5: , , .1 'ff -sgiiiis AND . X -,,- - . N 5 klmr lf' . W YOUR b If W' Ill X '00 - own WWN b ff-Q 3 lr 13 V714 qs HQ 7 Xa' 4- 5 V H I ' Z' gg gf X . , ' Q ' 4' 0 I INTERNATICNAL PAPER COMPANY OVERTON MANUFACTURING CO. INC. Wood Coal Tobacco Tobacco Sticks Hogshead Phone 57 A Material ndrews, S. C. THE GEORGETOWN CANADA DRY BOTTLING CO. us A 'Ivo' vi Mrnvhi wgy l' f 4 N 'W ww r. AUWJ gm 1 D ' R UK! T TIMES W as f 'II 'II y 1 m f i mg Printers - Publishers :: f f - f L, will 'J , A A 1 Xuxq sm. Axion' cv , ' , ' ,Du fl!! I :...ri.. I-nf Y G21 ,...f ..'i Bdclgq 508 Church Street wil 'W' ----.. Georgetown, S. C- Georgetown, S- C. xkdqgw REYNOLDS' DRUG STORE Quality Drugs At Reasonable Prices JARyla o Ph 98 THE WHISTLING PIG Georgetown's Oldest and Most Popular Drive-lnn On U.S. High y I7 J. P. Skinner, O Compliments of BRUORTON'S FOOD MARKET Compliments of THE NEW STORE Georgetown, S. C. Compliments of BLAKELY BROTHERS Auto Parts Jobbers Take a carton home entertainment GEORGETOWN BOTTLING COMPANY Georgetown, S. C. HEMINGWAY MOTOR COMPANY, INC. Your Local Ford Dealer 6's and 8's Test Drive The New 52 Ford with Fordomatic Drive Compliments of THE SILVER COACH DRIVE INN Georgetown, S- C. Compliments of MINTER'S ESSO SERVICE CENTER Georgetown, S. C.' ANDREWS BROTHERS Raymond and Ralph Authorized l'lot Point Electrical Appliance Dealer GROVERMAN'S DAIRY Grade A Homogeni zed Milk Clarified Georgetown, S. C. ANDREWS FURNITURE COMPANY INC. Where Good Furniture ls Not Expensive Compliments of Tl'l E CAPITOL Department Store PARSONS 8. GAMBLE MOTOR CO. Firestone Home and Auto Supplies Ferguson Tractors BOCSTER PAGE Alwyn's Department Store Lofton's Shoe Shop Mrs. James Watts Dr. John A. Joseph Robinette Brothers Sylvan Rosen McGee Welding 8g Auto Service J. Shepherd Thompson F. Young J. D. Field, Insurance Gordon's Fresh Potatoe Chips Georgetown Finance Company Stephen Goude Roscoe Hinson's Cleaners West Chevrolet Company Electrical Appliance Company - Moxie Hemingway Elizabeth Swails, Beautician Dunn's Sd 8 104 Store Haselden's Hardware James B. Morrison News 8. Courier - Mrs. H. S. Wessel Stern's Department Store Woodrow Cooper 56 Congratulations Class of l952 ANDREWS DEPARTMENT STORE Teena-Paige - Jr. Dresses McGregor Sportswear - For Men Beauty Shoppe Phone 101 Andrews, S. C. Home of The River Room 5W'NN'E'5 ' 'mUmW mH WWU -mmm Ma PRINCE GEORGE HOTEL Saves Georgetown, South Carolina Pa's Ov:m.ooiunc Money 3 V 'lwilil' 5 Phone 64 Andrews, S A. l. Fogel, Manager C'-'mPliments of DAWSON LUMBER COMPANY .llMMlE REE'S weno Our Best To Please Feminine Apparel Georgetown, S. C. BEATY, FRASER 8. COMPANY Sm ,865 PLANTERS HARDWARE Complen Norge Appliances Insurance R.C.A. Radios Service Phone 44 Andrews, S. C. Georgetown, S. C. 57 ISEMAN DRUG COMPANY Prescription Druggist Phone 21 Georgetown, S. C. WOOTEN'S Mens 8. Boys' Wear Griffon Clothes Florsheim 8. .Iarmen Shoes Compliments of ANDREWS THEATER OZBURN SERVICE STATION Sinclair Products Goodyear Tires Accessories Sl Road Service Andrews, S. C. R. L MARING SERVICE STATION Gulfpride Oil Tires Batteries Washing 81 Greosing Andfews, so ce Compliments of WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE Western Auto Store I Sheldon S. Wright Owner 8. Operator ROW ELL HARDWARE Hardware - Building Material - Farm Implements M ers Water Systems - Philco and Uni Y Appliances - Sherwin-Williams Paints Andrews, S. C. Compliments of DAVIS' SERVICE STATION AND GROCERY Mrs. Nettie W. Davis 8m Je we Davis Magic Chef Calor Gas Ranges Gas Ran ic ges PEE DEE GAS COMPANY HAYES DRUG STORE We Fill Any Doctor's Prescription 306 S. Fraser Street Georgetown, S. C. Bryant Pvfof Phone 7 Andrews, S. C. Hot Water Heaters Gas MOORE'S SERVICE STATION Sinclair Products Goodyear Tires 8. Batteries Phone 110 Andrews. S- C. E. T. PORTER COMPANY Real Estate - Insurance 7l6 Front Street Georgetown, S. C. BELL 8. BELL Clifford T. Bell, Sr. C.P.A. Clifford T. Bell, Jr. Andrews, S. C. Georgetown, S. C. Compliments of ANDREWS GINNERY R. B. CLEMONS 8. SONS WHOLESALE Andrews, S. C. THE FLOWER BOX "Flowers For All Occasions 212 N. Fraser Street Georgetown, S. C. THE CUT RATE DRU G STORE Wal green Agency Georgetown, S. C. LOYAL MOTOR COMPANY "There's A Ford ln Your Future" Ford Cars and Trucks Parts, Accessories, Service Phone 27 Georgetown, S. C. Compliments of ZIM KING ELECTRIC COMPANY 5C0gglN'5 WATCH 5H0P You C Andrews, S. C. an Be Sure , , , Watch Repairs If lt's WESTINGHOUSE BlSHOP'S GROCERY Eat T0M,S Grade "A" Meats Toasted Peanuts Jamestown, S. C. PIGGLY WIGGLY 'IW ' A -'FN , -l 9 Q lfldx Fresh Produce Quality Meats Groceries Phone 34 Andrews, S. C R. A. GREEN ENTERPRISES Green Motor Company G G y R yL b C G F t C G OIC Ct S Compliments of .. I-2 Z .1 ' 18 lf ' ' I f ' .I l-I Georgetown's Most Popular Priced Store MALONEY'S Jewelers 8. Silversmiths Georgetown, S. C. THE CAROLINA HARDWARE CO. General Hardware Phone 84 Georgetown, S. C. GEORGETOWN AUTO PARTS A Complete L, me of Auto Parts Phone l60 Georgetown S, C, Compliments of Compliments of DON R l"lA SON lc RD PARRlSl'l GARAGE RW' Em" mag. s. Plymouth 8' Insurance Soles 8. Service Phone 272 Georgetown, S. C. Phone 364 Geolgelown' S' McGlLLlVRAY'S INC. Office Supplies Office Equipment Georgetown, S. C. Compliments of BELK-SCARBORO COMPANY Georgetown's Largest and Most Modern Department Store. Georgetown, S. C. PALMETTO TIRE 8. ELECTRIC COMPANY, INC. General Electric 8. Goodyear Products Phone 436.1 Georgetown, S. C. FRONT STREET BOOK SHOP Fine Engraving Visiting Cards Wedding Invitations 8. GIFT Fine China and Crystal Georg etown, S. C. EVANS FEED 8. SEED Purina Chows 8. Garden Seed For Good Chicks See Us - Poultry Equipment Compliments of For Quality, Stop at the Checkerboard Sign. rated By VGEORGETOWN LAUNDRY Owned 8. Ope R. E. Evans T. H. Evans Compliments of C. L. FORD 8. SONS Dealer ln Ship and Family Groceries - Building Materials Paints and Oil - Hardware B 8. P DEPARTMENT STORE Where the Th 'ft n yshopn Georgetown, S. C. Compliments of L. H. SIAU, .IEWELER Phone 538L Georgetown, S. C. Compliments of MAYER FUNERAL HOME Phone 41 Georgetown, S. C. GEORGETOWN PHARMACY A Good Drug Store Phone 76 Georgetown S. C. Compliments of HOLLIS-CROMARTY'S Georgetown, S. C. RIVERSIDE OIL CO. INC. Amoco Gas Amoco Tires Accessories Phone I20L Georgetown, S. C. W. J. GREEN AMOCO AUTO SERVICE New 8. Used Parts Accessories 8. Repairs Andrews, S. C. PEOPLE'S MOTOR SALES CO. Chevrolet Cars 8. Parts Andrews, S. C. FARM EQUIPMENT CO. Ford Tractors Dearborn Farm Equipment Phone 33 Andrews, S. C. Compliments of ANDREWS BANK AND COMPANY TRUST COLLlER'S MODERN PHARMACY INC, W. N. Collier, Ph. 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