Asheboro High School - Ash Hi Life Yearbook (Asheboro, NC)

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W2 if gf' X V 1' o'::b Jog ENWSS 530' .0 55 1? V A book of memories bursts forth in full bloom of work, fun, teachers ond friends of life of Asheboro thot oll hold deor Now For Io The yeor's of the spring, Arid doy's of the morng . . God s in His heaven- All s right with the world! V tis K' . X ,' Y Et' '. V . H , 5 I, v , -1 Q-f Z , L. -f g ' , 5. A 4.,,QL413uouo " Ur- r. . r1"f! LiLQLi gcuoo A . 1 III I III III I- III I . 9 'htff 1 dn We I I I-Ish-hl-life The Students of ASHEBORO HIGH SCHOOL Asheboro, North Carolina P LYNN PRESNELL Editor MARY CLYDE CHISHOLM . S elk Business Monoger Q f N Miss SHARON HART ff. S f g 's QI! 4' MR. JAMES BULLARD X Foc If Ad isers sf SIZISI L' Y V ass: -5 gg aff?-'fi lffi fMmul'2E? 211 N - -f-': 1 -' li 2 IQ - ,QT - 1 Q flfg : 1.1 ' -"1- c 7, .S-41 x by n ' if ,f,eWS5?1 f Q 4' l .,-"' Y l n A 4- L. , 9" a '5' p .l'44in A O ri gy WR'-v .-5 Q . G ' ..o 4 .1 5.5-" P. I 5 T -4 " 1-vv'4i5fhx1 2' " g ,fi !ii.tg!,.4"f -' "n ' 4:35, '1 it X QM fee, With affection tempered with sincere gratitude and respect for your years of guidance, untiring work, and patient understanding, we-the class of '56-proudly dedicate the 1956 Ash-Hi-Lite to you, Miss Winslow, and to you, Mr. Holland. May this small token show our appreciation for the many things that without you could not have been accom- plished. DWIGHT HOLLAND MISS LANTA WINSLOW ll'- 4 ADMINISTRATION I 9 5 6 The helmsrnan of our Alma Mater Constant vigilance maintains To keep us ever on the job, To counsel us in time of need, I To guide our hopes and boost our aims. I I DR. JOSEPH M. JOHNSTON Principal their service to us and interest in us is deeply appreciated Mias. MILDRED cHRisco MR. GUY B. TEACHEY Secrefgry Superintendent '45 1 xt 5 my W W W "nw ' ' W' ww ' fl!! Miss Helen Bostick Mr. Merton Branson Mr. James Bullard Mrs. Kiffie Cvveness Scicnccp French Diversified Occupalions Social Scienceg Mathematics Engllih -1 i V , 455119-' f '34 if x ' I X, . bf ' ' '-' .L - i .' :f,1.fv 1 X. "1 . , .f.w1f- i f' be .3 A . . Y Yi J 'I 5 hwy' ' P: . 1? y If lJv""y K E R' lil,-1 . I' W I n I .14 xx Y- , M 11.3, H Jf ..,4m ' ,. Z QM, .1 To you goes our vote of in Msn- ' Mrs. Walker Derr .Rf Mrs. Leno Flenniken Miss Angelyn Glisson fhgnlqgr fgr The judgment Mathematics English Physical Educotlong Science you have shown. Mr. Warren Hawkins Physical Education Englishg Civics Miss Sharon Hart Spanish Mrs. Dorothy Henry ,fra s Mrs. Mary Ann Higgs Mr. Dwight Holland Mr. Roy Ray Holt, Jr. Mr. Jerry A. Jones Buslncss Education Art Phvsics: Chemistry Industrial Arts FACULTY -..J nf' Miss Alma Lassiter Miss Mary Moffitt Miss Gage Morton Miss Elizabeth Phillips ltmn lxmtlwmutiu Librarian Distnbutuve Education Home Economics .fd Your guidance and inspir- m'O'l mme OU' drecms Mrs, Ruby Rich Mrs. Ruby smith Mr. Lee Stone have Incoming our Char! Bweieqx Genera! Science Mathematics COOCPII Drivingp Science l actors increase f make us a little better than we were Miss Ann Turner Mr. William Van Hoy Mr. William Webster English Social Science Band 'Q Mrs. Kathleen Whatley Mrs. E. V. Williamson Miss Lonta Winslow Miss Leona Wood Bm,,,L.ss ltiututmn Music Social Scienceg English English M Dr. Johnston's friendly smile . . . Homecoming . . . the Chapel Band playing "Band Jive" . . . twelve-minute breaks . . . Miss Wood's English classes. . .pep rallies. , . Mrs. Chrisco's untiring patience . . . basketball practice . . . a passing grade in chemistry . . . our last football game . , . measuring for caps and gowns . . . May Day rehearsals . . . exams . . . a heavenly Junior- Senior . . . play practices . . . Miss Glisson's understanding . . . and the final march out of the auditorium to "Pomp and Circumstance" . . . all contribute to our cherished memories and a wonderful "living again" spirit now Spring . . . lv 1 ' - g-V-W -- '11 1 - - .ILM ,Q M.. - N. .,.. Wm- - ..W..., ,, n U un.--main: :naman n-lumen Q w NS F,-,,, gs.. 'F1fguyw N - SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Senior Closs officers ore, right to left, Lowell Thomos, Presidentg Ruby Sounders, Vice-Presi- denfg Shelbo Crickmore, Secreforyg Wondo Willioms, Treosurer. our fancies fugrn to thoughts of . IO CHARLOTTE ALLEN The mildest manners and the gentlest heart. PHYLLIS ALLEN Her eyes were radiant with glad surprise. PAT ARRINGTON Tall and blond, a walk of grace Here's a girl we can't replace. MARLENE BOONE Here is more than beauty. THE SENIOR CLASS CDF 1956 ,-Jaw' BERNICE CAGLE Hear ye! hear ye! everyone! Of better nature, there is none. MARY CLYDE CHISHOLM Her wit and sunny disposition win A and hold many friends. DE ETTE CLARK Efficiency with a smile. JACKIE COOPER quiet, gentle dignity marks her way. THE SENIOR LOTTI E COX Ioy is not in thingsj it is in us. OTEIA CRAVEN In her tongue is the law of kindness. SHELBA CRICKMORE It's nice to be natural if you're naturally nice. PATSY DAVIS Quiet she is and friendly too, She will always smile at you. -,sw dt, . I2 ,.f"' MX -1 CAROL DECKER Love me, love my dog. GEORGIA DECKER .fls full of spirit as the month of May. FAYE DUNLAP Merry as a cricket, busy as a bee. JOYCE FREEMAN Sweet and full of fun. CLASS GF H Many i I3 av W-........,,, , ,M 1956 PANSY GRAY Friendship is the highest degree of perfection. PAT HALL What mighty contests rise from trivial things. DONREE HAWKINS She is gentle, she is shy, But there's mischief in her eye. WINONA HILL Patience is a remedy for every sorrow. 4 fm THE SENICDR MELVIA JARRELL Deeds, not words, are what malqe her. PAT JARRETT Full of fun, sense and wit. BEBE JOHNS There's music in lhy lowest tones Ind silver in thy laughter. ELIZABETH JOHNSON Many small make a great. L PEGGY JOHNSON Grac'd as thou art with all the power of words. FRANCES JONES Leave silence to the saints,' I am the human. ROCHELLE LANE Here is one so very neat. Where is another quite so sweet? SHIRLEY LEE .-I happy soul, all the day. H J., 1-"'I1 dn, .--, M A . CLASS OF 1956 g ......,, ,.LL EDITH LEWIS This is the happiest of mortals, for she is above everything she possesses. SYLVIA MCCOMBS In her quietness, there is charm. EMILY MCKENZIE ,-I sweeter girl ne'er drew breath. DOLORES MILLER Silence accomplishes much that noise cannot. F . .if ' BECKY MOORE Those most deserving of praise care least about it. WILMA MOORE Friendship is the perfect herald of joy. CAROL MORGAN that eye you catch a glint, o work, of joy, of devilment. CLARA NELSON Content to follow as we lead the way. THE SENIOR CAROL POWERS She is possessed of individuality and charm. LYNN PRESNELL Oh, where will we ever find her like again? PEGGY RAMSEY The only way to have a friend is to be one. BETSY REDDING A sweet disposition is the very soul of suecess. JOAN RICH Elegant in her simple ways. RUBY SAUNDERS 41 merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance. ANITA SEAWELL Gentle of speech, heneficent of mind. MARTHA SINK Worry is far from me and studies even farther. ,.,, A , . W .ww-0-..... ...-. ,IGF 1 usvmn:ep:w'-f'f-"--- 4 - N C . ,L we ' ' Tier' - w-WM., I L K I, V , ,4 A- ,.'s.- CLASS CDF1956 , X Y- ! . . ..,, mms., 4 AMELIA SMITH Her charming quietness speaks volumes. O'DENE SNOW The nicest things come in small packages. BETTY SPENCER Men may come and men may go, but not if I can help it. LOUISE SPENCER Whatever the job, she will do, Kind and efficient just for you. if! ' ' ,7 NORMA JEAN STALEY As merry as the day is long. MARGARET STANLEY Lively girl, and full of zest. Capable? Why, she's the best. ,iff BILLIE SUE STONE She is ever in a sunny mood. SYBIL STUTTS What dreams are made of. THE SENIOR MARY LOU SWAN EY Eyes that sparkle, teeth of pearl, Mary Lou: the efficient girl. PAT SYKES Paints of love be sweeter far, Than all other pleasures are. KATIE THOMPSON How goodly are thy talents. NANCY TURNER Cute, sweet, full of fung if you want 4 a friend, here's one. ,, V, jg s,,, so U if Y, , ,,,,,,., V ,,,,,,g I 8 REBA UPCHURCH Fair and gentle, good and true, ever sincere and dependable, too. DEE ANN VESTAL Nothing is impossible to a willing heart. GWEN WELBORN .'I ring on the finger is worth two on the phone. WANDA WILLIAMS mlltmlyx laughing, never .vizdj some- times naughty, never had. CLASS GF irr 1956 PATSY YATES Of manners gentle, of affections mild. JUNE ALLRED Men must be taught ax if you taught them not. BILL BALDWIN How forcible are right words. JAMES BEANE Make each day u critic on the last I9 a . ,i A.. PP'-s .A I MICKEY BROWN And the muscles of his hrawny arms are strong as iron bands. TEDDY BROWN Though in height he is small, his laughter rings from hall to hall. C. J. BROWNE To act is easy,' to think is hard. H. M. BRYANT Of a good beginning cometh a good end. . .rf .av THE SENICDR LEO BUIE ,-1s good-natured a soul as e'er trod on shoe of leather. LARRY BULLA .4 laugh is worth one hundred groans. JIM BUNTING Everything comes to those who wait-so ufhy get in a hurry? JOSEPH BURROWS Not always actions show the man. fl ,, MAX CHEEK This little guy with the friendly smile, will :vin his friends mile by mile. LARRY COX thoughts, they say, are the best. Second WAYNE COX His pride is reasoning. GEORGE CURTIS .Vever idle, never still, always talking, always will. CLASS OF IL. 1956 DARRELL FANN Looks to sway the ladies, power to sway us all. GARY FRENCH He moves a god, and he looks a king. BILL FULP His eyes have ct merry twinkle. BILLY GIBSON Wit and wisdom are horn with tl man. I I E ,i e DWIGHT GOINS Who think too little, and who talk too mueh. I BOB GREGSON Liked here, liked there, liked everywhere. GENE HANCOCK With too much thinking to have a common thought. DAVID HILL Wise men say nothing in dangerou times. THE SENICJR WILEY HOOVER Nothing sueeeeds like sueeess JESSE INGOLD Not quite tall, not quite stout, Iesse know what he's about. REID KEARNS He who mixed reason with pleasure and wisdom with mirth. MELVIN KENNEDY He is full of good meanings and wishes. ,PI I 0 Q .e A 5 9 1 . CLAS BILL KING It is well to thinlq wellf it is divine to act well. BOBBY KNO-I-L I would rather be than seem to be. PERRY LANE Do well and right and let the world sinh. MALCOLM LANIER .1 whiz on the gridiron of life. S OF 1 L xy' 'f - 1 nu . lv 0 - , N ,Ki Q f JU. ,Q A I M 5 M 1 .LL 1956 LARRY LEWALLEN .Van is the wiser for his learning. JERRY MACON lt is better to learn late than never. KENNETH McDOWELL Good sense, which only is the gift of heaven. MAX MILLER Better a witty fool than a foolish wit. I I X Ju I E LLOYD MILLIKAN And all to leave, what with his toil he won. BILL MOORE His future is aglow with possibilities. CRAIG MOORE With paints and colors, he showed us the world. DON MORRISON As for work, he's not speedy, he'Il share it, he's not greedy. THE SENIOR TOMMY OSBORNE A friend, a gentleman, what more can we say? BEVERLY PARKS Above all, to thine own self, he true. ROBERT PARKS Filled with thoughts only for others. BOBBY PARRISH With graceful steps he strides the street and smiles on all the ladies sweet. NEAL PEARCE Merrily, merrily, shall I live. JOHN PIERCE Quiet, studious, and small: Pierce is always an the ball. BOBBY RIDGE A smile for all, a greeting glad, an amable, kind way he had. DAVID SCOTT Quiet friend, calm and steady, what ever the job, he's always ready. CLASS OF 1956 GARY SIMMONS He put all his troubles in a box, sat on the lid, and smiled. DON SMITH So mueh one man can do, That does both aet and know. STANLEY SMITH Honor lies in honest toil. JIMMY SOUTHERN Far may we Isearch before we find a heart so noble or so fine. JIMMY TATUM Live, love, laugh and be happy. JOE TEAGUE .ellthough he is not a surgeon, he does a great deal of cutting up. LARRY THOMAS Fun in life is his aim. LOWELL THOMAS Always busy but with time for everyone. I j , 4 I I THE SENIOR BOBBY TOLEN Be ye ever hlythe and bonny. LARRY TROGDEN Rare compound of quality, noble and true, with plenty of good sense and humor, too. GRIFFIN USHER A chubby fellow of the silent type. Listen to him, never a gripe. TOMMY VUNCANNON He is quiet, never rilingg you'll always find him smiling. JERRY WEST .I dcvflixh eye, ll joyous grfnf dc'.fz'rmim1z'ion in that Chin. DICKIE WHITE Tho' wc' lmrv IQIIOIIIIY him 1111111 xpzm, wr know 1Ue'L'c' met II gentleman. ALVIN WILLIAMSON Happy, llzoughtful, kind and true, t!1crc-'x no favor he will not do. GUY YORK To nfvrry little and to study lexx, i my idea of lmppinexs. I CLASS OF 1956 MASCOTS CONNIE BROWNE PAUL BURKE, JR. vqsw g s: uv MR 5 '1- JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Junior Closs officers ore, left to right, Ed Kizer, Presidenfg Bobby Jones, Vice-Presidentg Anne Clark, Secreforyg Ben Smith, Treasurer. ...+A-alas' 45,1 3 at L?" -.wi ,u. THE JUNIOR CLASS FIRST ROW, left ta right: Eva Allred, Reva Allred, Betsy Auman, Carolyn Beck, Suzanne Boling, Jocelyn Brabham, Jim Brady, Sandra Brady. SECOND ROW: Sharron Branson, Harvey Brirn, Sybil Bower, Barbara Brown, Nancy Brown, David Bruton, Cecil Bulla, Jesse Burrows, THIRD ROW: Lillian Burrows, Jae Callicutt, Janie Canoy, Nancy Carroll, Barbara Carter, Frances Carter, Anne Clark, Charles Clark, FOURTH ROW: Ruby Cable, Aletta Cooper, Harry Caaper, Jeanette Cooper, Jahn Dalton, Hilda Farlawe Davis, Peggy Davis, Jahn De Vries. FIFTH ROW: Billy Dixan, Ruth Darsett, Jimmy Dunn, Emra Lee Emory, Geraldine Everall, Billy Farlawe, Elaine Ferguson, Emily Fritz. us? 'i :nt-ar 430. if ' Q . . S 4 Q ,l ,. X X ' , s Q 'TV Nm.. ir 9 THE JUNIOR CLASS FIRST ROW, left to right: Toby Frye, Wilma Garner, Joan Goins, Barbara Gordon, Dolores Grayson, Betty Kerr Hall, Don Hamlet, Barbara Ann Hare. SECOND ROW: Judy Harris, M. L. Harris, Thursall Hartman, Doris Harvell, Martha Henley, Carolyn Henry, Brenda Hinshaw, Brian Hinshaw. THIRD ROW: Billy Hix, Hilda Hughes, Susan Hughes, Nancy Hulin, Jeanette lsenhour, Bobby Jones, Tom Jordan, Betty Kearns. FOURTH ROW: Doloris King, Ed Kizer, Jerry Ledwell, Roger Lernmons, Ann Loman, Sara Lowdermilk, George Lucas, Clara Maness. FIFTH ROW: Peggy Maness, Cleo McDowell, Dianne McRae, Amy Miles, Phyllis Miller, Wayne Morgan, Rebecca Munday, Adelaide Painter. Q, 'Q Q Q 3 "if J L 'Q N Q'-ft ' 'Q 4494 ETL ' 2- ' T' ., 'r ' if :ww t :L M x 4 L 72 2 my fig , B X , . .,, V I A ll X at 1 nh at 6- J S., M u 6 E-, 30 1:- tb. Q . ws. .Lx "5 15"- Liu M . -I Elizabeth Perry Joanne Poole Tommy Prevatte Nettie Pritchard Clarence Pugh Hilda Pugh Thomas Redding Morris Rice Gilmer Rich Harris Rush Lewis Rush Bill Russell Bob Shamburger Barbara Shaw Harvey Shaw Ben Smith Jimmy Smith Doris Snider Barbara Spivey Betty Spivey James Stewart Charles Stout James Stout Gary Stultz Vivian Stutts Harold Teague Kenneth Tew Martha Lou Thomas John Tillman Elizabeth Walker Eleanor Watson Judy Watson Duke Weeks Patsy West Bob Wheless Peggy Williams Glenda Williamson Jimmy Wilson Nancy Wilson s ki ,is E -t , ' ,gm X . QS - . if rt K L I 2 1 Ili T - 1 A' Q9 i C . li. .F A , Q.- 5- Sl SEEN ,Neve AND wel? fl' 'W "ffm ff' '. P 1 ' A . 4 4 ' "mf K' ' S .wi 612- -r gk ' I .M "Hs 4.-If 1 Ti 'N' - - 4 milxnw 3 mi, we -. Y X,,f 'F'T"x 'fr' 1 .... X :Q X wx . g,fr,4.., is - S. in Mk' A ff' - if Q- f,'.f. 1 . . R .,.. . .51 . X X. :Q . yy. ,, , A , , wah. xx' Q, J QA, W? 'M X ww if -4' S 'SK X in .,... Q . . . K P' .Q rg , W., Y E Q , g 2 . ,- A X4 SEL! Q ,J C 1 vw: .Q ' 7 'fps P' ., 5:1 JB Elf: f X' - Q, bfi - . A ' - 4,,..v,5Mx my S . . -32 1 -ll. - 1 xi ' ,Xu SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Sophomore Closs officers ore, left to right, Larry Nonce, Presidenfg Ervin Feemster, Vice-Presidentg Betsy Grimsley, Secretoryg Mortho Helen Gomer, Treosurer. 33 THE SCDPHOMORE CLASS FIRST ROW, left to right: Bobby Agner, Chub Allred, Victor Allred, Susan Anderson, Yvonne Arrington, Frank Auman, Doris Aumen, Sherrill Babbs, Martha Beane, SECOND ROW: Roger Bell, Maurice Benbow, Ruth Bennett, Margie Boggs, Charles Bonkemeyer, Sue Boone, Bruce Bowden, Alice Boxley, Mary Brantley. THIRD ROW: Ruby Brewer, Charles Brim, Pat Britt, Sylvia Broadwell, Eugene Brown, Martha Brown, James Bullock, Jerry Bunting, Ruby Bunting. FOURTH ROW: Betty Burns, Scott Burrows, Brenda Byrd, Charles Ray Byrd, Larry Campbell, Glenn Canoy, Betsy Carroll, Janet Carter, Becky Caviness. FIFTH ROW: Bobby Caviness, Harold Caviness, Sankie Caviness, Jane Chriscoe, Hilda Rae Cable, A A X 4, I I sl gs JW! ew ,ICKI Lf' is e A 4- Y R ef f , J'-'f wr, we 5 am Q ? Qt, gf , if gg, Ga Gigi, wi 6. K l i 'Vx Q52 34 6 X . l D er 6- QI - . .ee W Gilbert Coltrane Dorothy Cook Debbie Cox Dorothy Cox Judy Cox Norma Cox Linda Cranford Leonard Craven Kenneth Crawford Patty Crisp Carolyn Dobbs Joyce Davis Linda Davis Douglas Dollyhigh Mary Dougan Weldon Dunlap Eugene Evans Ervin Feemster Jackie Fetner Nancy Freeman Sandra Gaddis Mary Lou Gallimore Becky Garner Martha Helen Garner Sue Grey Betsy Grimsley Susan Groce Linda Grubbs David Hall David Hamilton Bobby Hammons Peggy Hardin Margaret Hardy Shirley Harmon Jimmy Harrelson Cecila Harris Ronald Harris Sylvia Hartsell Theresa Haskins Judy Henley Neal Henley Bobby Hill James Hill Jackie Hilliard Keith Hodgin Donny Holt Delinda Holtom Phyllis Hooker L. i 51. ij if in as if New Q il with C N, C asv if s,.,,,.N: fb 1 ' 4 Q K R 4-ia 'rf Q . C lc C. 5:99, ., LY 1 1 ' l -'f :nfl , in 'S QFIN ' '-f' i 5 'mi X, 'N tif T 4 wr 5' THE SOPHGMORE CLASS FIRST ROW, left to right: Larry Hulin, Bill lvey, Louise Jarrell, Ralph Jarrell, Johnny Johnson, Phyllis Johnson, Billy Jones, Libby Keeling, Tcmrny Kemp. SECOND ROW: Richard Kenan, Dwight Kidd, Carol King, Dixie King, Charles Kivett, Richard Klein, David Knott, Johnny Krewson, Pat Leach. THIRD ROW: Pat Leggett, Fred Lernmons, Lucy Lewollen, Nolan Lewollen, Wayne Lewallen, Donald Linebarry, Margaret Liske, Marie Lucas, Darrell Mabe. FOURTH ROW: Billy MacRae, Richard McCombs, Jane McCrary, Cathy McGeiver, Alease McLeod, M. H. McLeod, June McNeill, Dan Medlin, Judith Miller. FIFTH ROW: Tommy Miller, Dean Millikan, Pat Mills, Rodney Mills, Benny Morgan, Peggy Myers, Larry Nance. '5' 1: tif' x 'X x iiiSP, 6 ,sr 5 -up Q- ' Q H K I at I . I R " 4 Q I Fl W-'v I-if l A JM it L. -XI .., L Xl M if-fu, 1 it , f 'l l ., i l I x I . X lll 36 xiii L 5 L. 5-v-k L. I 4? Larry Neal Barbara Parks Julia Paul Jimmy Pickett Joann Powells Joel Powers Lawrence Prevatte Meli Robb Sara Redding Harold Reeder Harold Reid Karl Rich Kenneth Rich Buddy Robbins Vance Roberts Joyce Smith Tony Smith Joan Snider Linda Snider Sidney Stafford Charles Stoley Leo Staley Betty Stalvey Linda Story Buddy Taylor Dwight Thomas Linda Thomas Nancy Thompson Gary Thornburg Jo Ann Trogdon Martha Trogdon Rena Upchurch Larry Vestal Phyllis Vickory Benny Voncannon Betty Voncarinon Barbara Voncannon Diane Vuncannon Jane Vuncannon Bobby Sue Way Hilliary Walker Stephen Whatley Billy Whitley Alice Whitworth Sylvia Williams Billy waiias Emily Wilson Roy Wilson iii R-'If ' P? if' ft il i 'ji-'i Sv -if ,k i i,,, QS- in msn Sw, 54 5. s... fs' 5-. in L- R .. wi ' ii. f --., xero 5 FL 'Q'- "i K- 'E w' gg qw N 6. , iig , .Aix 5 Aljlxii A 'bi mg A ifizlvs-if L A is X 37 i tier,-af ' -4 'iv hs. Q! I V 5? 48 1 N. D .3 I 'effing' ft -.Sv -iv-. 'Suv- " 1 I . ig . Y -sl T K Ai. t' f . D Rig' ia. ,4 K . Womenfa to REMEMBER il I Y Q f il if N . 'Q ,, U ' a N Q ' C T. Q, ' 'l':4- rift M' K M. J ?'f13'lc - - 5 Q X ,miugtwvu i I, M. ummm. ,y 5 ,gf ki E 5, My S -.lg l.-gi .,, - C .lr -aff ..'-I N15., 9'-U' S 'S W 'fl' , . -'f ,th .4 K . g,,,,,. . 5 M: 1 E nl"",f 'fa' Suv' , f nd.: , W. 1-":'.'5 '41 ' -C, 'P s .1'-'ill' if A self' l . ' ,yy C. ' I '35-' S l V M 'A , ' Qehvi Q 51'--1 r 5 -A y , C X, I ' ,,., v N tag l T 'i ljw ,S W C . - - . n .V fr' if l QQ' ,'?:f? l lfi v K 12, f S S , C ,it l S ?' , . l ,gil ,lv , - K ...V""k V- NJN" f FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Freshmon Closs officers ore, left to right, Jimmy Riddle, President, Jimmy Scott, Vice-President, Morlene Hopl4ir1s,Secretory, Bobby Fritz, Treasurer 39 THE FRESHMAN CLASS 4 'l First Row, left to right: Linda Aldridge, Sandra Allen, 'Lucy Allred, Joan Anderson, Tony Asbill, Roland Ashburn, Carolyn Auman, Kenny Bai, Second Row: Tommy Bailey, Jerry Bain, Bill Baird, Doris Bare, Betsy Barnes, Tommy Barnes, Elaine Beane, Carolyn Bouldin. Third Row: Bunnie Bowman, Richard Brady, William Brady, Otis Brammer, James Brantley, Junior Bristow, Rose Bristow, Ann Braadwell. Fourth Row: Philip Brooks, Carolyn Broome, Linda Brown, Roger Brown, Phyllis Bulla, Shelby Bunting, J. B. Byrd, Anthony Callaway. Fifth Row: James Campbell, Wayne Chandler, Branson Cheek, Kathleen Clark, Hilda Coble, Sandra Cole, Frances Corbin, Brenda Councilman. Sixth Row: Billie Cox, Leonard Cox, Vee Cranford, Avon Craven, Csriffen Craven, Joan Croft. is if-r l 5-' V e 'ssh 'wh ,Q 'T' X Q I 2 X' it I ,f i -.Q -'L ' N: lo- - 5' . 'LIS ' ""' 1-4 -MQ ,w- sv- s 7 1 s. 40 Betty Cross Bobby Cross Michael Cross David Dalton Darrell Davidson Duane Davidson Nancy Davis Wayne Davis Billy Dawson Donna Jean Dennis Patricia Dorsett David Dunning Nancy Everall Tommy Floyd John Forsythe Betty Foster James Freeman Sylvia Freeman Bobby Fritz Carol Garner Steve Glass Jeanette Goins Pat Gov Guy Grant Pervis Greene Randall Grubbs Phyllis Hall Rosalee Hall Julia Hammer Georgianna Hardin Faedene Harrelson Pamela Harris Ronald Henson Mike Hicks Galda Hill Jack Hill Luther Hodgin Jerry Holt Lois Hooker Billy Hoover Marlene Hopkins Ray Hopper Phyllis Howell Wayne Hudspeth Billie Ann Hughes Sam Hussey Richard Hurley Winfred James ,Q . , si. V - 5 vs, ' is 'Q in L 'P' K 'ff--11 if is lx 1 iam f X li N l 1 it Ffa: 4 - 53 43, x i l L S i 4 6? -iw of ,.. ,N N . ks,-A -X - F : QA a Q.. Ai- sv? A X , -153. s. 153. 4l v-fy. Q. .xc felt 1'4" 2? - 'GC' Q. Q... if '33 gp s..,.. SSL., og C E' THE FRESHMAN CLASS First Row, left to right: Diana Jarrell, Mary Lou Jarrett, Julia Johns, Willis Johnson, Brenda Jones, Sylvia Jones, Nancy Joyner, Joe Kearns. Second Row: Hilda Kemp, Bill Kenan, Milton King, Nancy Kizer, Betty Sue Lamb, Della Lane, Jerrye Lane, Archie Lanier, Third Row: Jack Lassiter, Rosabelle Lawrence, Mark Leggett, Merlin Lemons, Brenda Leonard, Lewis Leonard, Elizabeth Lester, Yvonne Lewallen. 'lf A' Fourth Row: Larry Lewis, Linda Lindsley, Brenda Linthicum, Bobby Lloyd, Iona Loflin, Ruby Lowe, Barbara Lucas, Betty Lucas. Fifth Row: Lela Mae Lucas, Thelma Marion, Martha Marlowe, Barbara Martin, Bobby McDuftie, Ronald McElhannon, Johnny McGowan, Wallace McMasters. Sixth Row: Catherine McNeill, Mary Ellen McPherson, Ted Medlin, Frankie Miller, Louise Miller, Rebecca Miller. I 'bv wh., 'i 0. QS 4 .fl Ii' sq.. 11' 29 s?,,,, 'T' """ ty 'wr Y 42 Jon Moftitt Wayne Moffitt Don Moore Julie Moore Borry Morton Judy Mungoll Jockie Noll Leon Noll Ronnie Nonce Moxine Neol Billy Owens Doug Parks Mory Belle Pete Edwin Penry Freddie Petty Inez Poindexter Morvin Poole Goil Prescott Mox Presnell Jone Pritchord Wolloce Pugh Betty Pervis l-lol Reoves Leslie Redding Wolker Redding JQtL..l2vl-55 Lorry Richordson Jimmy Riddle Bobby Ritch Coy Robbins Steve Robbins Sue Robbins Tommy Robinson Brendo Routh Lindo Routh Cecil Ruppe Ronnie Scorboro Jimmy Scott Mitchell Seowell Suson Shomburger Joon Sikes Roy Sink Doug Smith Philip Smith Rolond Smith Swonson Smith Sylvio Smith Terry Snow Q...- 'orv-'W VNV' islsgg l aus! 2, .3 1-- f it i. 5-1 Sb' it 4. Qu' ig, fw -sv- Th 1 lx Nzcyx x 'RQ it ,ft fbi? 39 4. fl 43 THE FRESHMAN CLASS First Row, left to right: Jackie Spencer, Johnny Spencer, Linda Spivey, Burnis Spoon, Janet Staley, Shirley Staton, Louise Steed, La Vonnc Stout. Second Row: Margie Strickland, Hilda Strider, Tommy Stultz, Iris Thomas, Wayne Thomas, Brenda Thompson, Junior Thompson, Roger Thompson. Third Row: Martha Thrcadgill, Rachel Trogdon, Shelby Trogdon, India Trotter, Eugene Tutterow, Vaden Underwood, Sue Vestal, Brenda Voncannon. Fourth Row: Dianne Vuncannon, Jimmy Walton, Susan Watson, David Way, Bill Weaver, Toby Welch, Jimmy West, Lacy West, Fifth Row: Nancy Wham, Dickie Wicker, Carlton Williams, Linda Williams, Faye Willis, Jimmy Woodley, Billy Woodruff, Janice Wright, Sixth Row: Betsy York, James York, Deborah Young. XJ 'mv-' t, , , if ' Wh- K? vlf :- vw gl wx ,M , S 5 ' . 4 ll 46 ef 'VS in 'Y 1- 4. ,.- AL x f-N it A 2' W fs: , gl i, Q., Vx, 'Vox 'QT , I gy Q 4-. X i WS- r - , 1- , Y rg ref ' 44 fit W Q? Q! H 5 x g, 1 , gy 1 1. if Q x 2.37 Q 5,1 af . we VFR' N X' V V. ,Jw 'iw ,W ivy -vt. ,N K S X im my . N Q Www, nk " " , k it ng xx I' 'W 'I if BEST LOOKING Annette Hunt Darrell Fann Annette's sweet, charming air and DarreIl's decided good looks add to their nat- ural attractiveness. BEST DRESSED Emily McKenzie Bobby Parrish What to wear and how to wear it? Emily and Bobby have the answer. FRIENDLIEST Pansy 'Gray Mickey Brown Their pleasantly teasing smiles and warm personali- ties seem to grow on all around them. 14" any l gf J. '- 7' , ,wi me ara? . ie, ,.,. i fr f.,.,i,l 1 1 kb , .. is ,tt 'lr 7 it ..v- . , ki' A t 'r . , J 'l . PE 'I .f 1 ,- at is- -9 ts? W UW Z? V! BEST PERSONALITY Peggy Johnson Lowell Thomas Peggy and Lowell who pos- sess an obvious love of life ' hat some- are blessed with t " in personal thing "extra ity. CUTEST Joyce Freeman Bobby Ridge Cute, brown curls and smiles that sparkle make Joyce and Bobby a charm- ing couple. MOST DEPENDABLE Carol Powers Bill King Dependability is one of the innumerable qualities that make these two capable, outstanding leaders. WITTI EST Frances Jones Max Miller Carefree, witty and glib on small-talk, Frances and Max always hav e a willing audi- ence. MOST ATHLETIC Wanda Williams Larry Bulla Basketball, baseball, golf or t . ennis, Wanda and Larry lead the class. fx, Vx iff? MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Amelia Smith SS. NZ 311' X WAW. TM- MOST STUDIOUS Dolores Miller Bill Moore ond Why study? Dolores Bill know the onswer ond mony more. 1 Zi, ff. v?'x' 'A X 1 1. v' H. M. Bryant Entering into mony octivi- ties with efficiency ond eagerness, Amelia ond H M. ore sure to be success field. ful in olmosf ony MOST ORIGINAL Lynn Presnell Craig Moore Real talent is a rare jewel that both Lynn and Craig possess. Aga LA . JUNIOR MARSHALS Becky Moore, Dolores Mil- Ier, Edith Lewis, Joyce Free- man, and H. M. Bryant were marshals during their junior year. 'I 4.9 Sponsors of the football players and their escorts are, left to right: Sandra Brady, Clarence Pugh, Bebe Johns, Toby Frye, Betty Spencer, Gary French, Jane McCrary, John DeVries, Sybil Stutts, Bobby Knott, Nancy Carroll, Brian l-linshaw, Joyce Freeman, Jimmy Southern, Betsy Carroll, Larry Bulla, Carol Powers, Darrell Fann, Emily McKenzie. Not pictured: Neal Pearce. The high-stepping band added Bob Wheless and Gene Evans rush ECJYWO FOYC PUQl'1, M555 BIUC COVYYCT music and color to the Homecom- in to assist Beverly Parks on the Of l954, DVCSCVWCU Bob GVCQSOVW ing Pgrgdg, focklel with the Mr. Blue Comet trophy, l FINANL l 52 W4,,.,,...m .W-. CSP omecoming EVENTS MISS BLUE COMET Sybil Stutts, greatly surprised and elated, was crowned Miss Blue Comet during the never-to-be for- gotten 1955-56 Homecoming game half-time. Five Comets were on their toes Gaily decorated floats representing waiting to enarc the Statosville clubs and homerooms brightened ball-carrier. the Parade. i,i ,Awww S, 0 t sa 1 'ax ln. 73 s-Ml' 9 'BX I - O ,ev '-v-L., - .-"" EDITORIAL STAFF 3?'f7'?i5 hand Editorial staff members are, seated, left to right: Jimmy Southern, Lowell Thomas, Carol Powers, Lynn Presnell, Wanda Williams, Joyce Freeman, Connie Hopper, Annette Hunt, standing: Bill King, C. J. Browne, Gwen Welborrw, Betsy Redding, Georgia-Qegker, Pat Jarrett, Edith Lewis, Dee Ann Vestal, Billie Sue Stone, Carol Decker. B SPONSOR Bobby Knott Asst. Business Manager Mary Clyde Chisholm Business Manager 54 ln-..,,., Mr. James Bullard ---5. l -. . 5, 53 " . -K' ' :V W f i 4... i Lynn Presnell Editor SPONSOR Miss Sharon Hart BUSINESS STAFF if-i Betsy Redding Assistant Editor Business stall members are, seated, left to right: Martha Sink, Peggy Johnson, Becky Moore, Mary Clyde Chisholm Morgaret Stanley, Sybil Stutts, Doris Hinshaw, standing: O'Dene Snow, Charlotte Allen, Amelia Smith, Bill Fulp, Laverne Brody Frances Jones, Bobby Knott, Pansy Gray, Emily McKenzie, H. M. Bryant, Bill Moore, .. 5 T i' J C vl 5,4 I' . 'll S uf V. '55 Phyllis Allen, Bobby Ridge. it u -Q i i ,, ze ' -L- -1. Connie Hopper Pansy Gray Miss Ann Turner Mr. James Bullard Editor Business Manager Sponsor Sponsor The ASH-HI-CHAT is not a professional paper, also endeavors to encourage the artistic ability in but an attempt to bring together, in print, some poetry, essay and feature writing. The ASH-Hl- ot the noteworthy events of the school years. Al- CHAT, a project of the Beta Club, is sponsored by though the paper emphasizes news and sports, it Miss Ann Turner and Mr. James Bullard. Staff members are Connie Hopper, Editor, Edith Lewis, Assistant Editor, Pansy Gray, Business Manager, Frances Jones, Assistant Business Manager, Margaret Stanley, Lynn Presnell, Laverne Brady, C. J. Browne, Faye Dunlap, H. M, Bryant, Dee Ann Vestal, Joyce Freeman, George Curtis, Marlene Boone, Mary Clyde Chisholm, Miss Helen Bostick, Adviser, I Yetf . Clarence Pugh, Jimmy Smith, Ed Kizer, Lowcll Thomas, Bill Moore, Hilda Brown, Joyce Freeman, Bobby Knott, H. M, Bryant, Mrs. Ruby Smith, Martha Lou Thomas, Mary Clyde Chisholm, Doris Hinshaw, Bill King, Jimmy Scott, Bobby Jones, Jimmy Riddle, Steve Glass, Dwight Thomas, Rodney Mills, Bobby Agner, Larry Nance, Bill lvey, Dianne Vuncannon, Nancy Carroll, Susan Grace, Martha Threadgill, Martha l-lclen Garner, Betsy York, Carolyn Auman. STUDENT COUNCIL Q dent Council has won the respect and admiration of , ng n f lr in lx As the leading organization of the school, the Stu- T K t,y,y 'gi g the student body. lt succeeded in promoting student 6 1' activities and in developing an appreciation of life in J a democracy, The council, made up of homeroom representatives and student officers, is under the t guidance of Mrs. Ruby Smith, , ,X . 4 J, 'Qz i TD r 'TT H I my it.,-ge' fs, Officers ot the student governing body are Bill King, President, 1 .-L 3 ,jl ' i f re , K. U- ,1-in Doris Hinshaw, Vice--President, Mary Clyde Chisholm, Secretary, .V ' it-'if 1, ,A "3 .' X 'FT' ' twtifi Martha Lou Thomas, Treasurer, I "4 , ,il X 57 Beta Club officers are H. M. Bryant, President, Becky Moore, Vice-President, Betsy Redding, Secretary, Joyce Freeman, Treasurer, Miss Helen Bostick, Sponsor. BETA CLUB As an organization furthering the develop- ment of leadership, cit- izenship, and service, the Key Club endeav- ors to fulfill any pro- ject that will improve the school and serve the community, Key Club members are re- sponsible forthe school flag, sponsor the Homecoming D a n c e and aid a needy fam- ily at Christmas. The Beta Club, under the sponsorship of Miss Helen Bostick, is an honor society that en- courages scholarship and leadership. lts pro- jects include the Beta Club Scholarship Fund, homeroom inspections, and the publishing of the Ash-Hi-Chat. ln November, the club presented an inspiring chapel program recog- nizing new Beta Club members. KEY CLUB Officers of the Key Club are Jimmy Southern, President, Bob Gregson, Vice-President Ed Kizer, Secretary, Malcolm Lanier, Treasurer, Mr, William Van Hoy, Sponsor. Girls who have earned and received an Ashe- bora letter as cheer- leaders or basketball players are eligible for the Girls' Monogram Club, Under the guid- ance ot Miss Angelyn Glisson, the club works an two main projects, sponsoring, with the Boys' Monogram Club, Homecoming activities and the Intramural sports. Girls' Monogram Club officers are Carol Decker, President, Doris Hinshaw, Vice-President Lynn Presncll, Secretary, Wanda Williams, Treasurer, Carol Powers, Chaplain, Miss Angelyn Glisson, Sponsor. GIRLS' MONCGRAM BOYS' MONOGRAM joys' Monogram Club officers are Malcolm Lanier, President, Gary Simmons, Vice-President, Bob Gregson, Secretary-Treasurer, Mr. Jim Hurst, Sponsor. 1' 'T Lf I Boys' Monogram Club membership is open to all boys who have earn- ed one of the much- coveted Asheboro let- ters, The club, spon- sored by Mr. Jim Hurst, does not hold regular meetings un-f less the need arises. The annual scrap drive and sponsoring of Homecoming are the cIub's projects. Officers of Girls' Chorus arc Bebe Johns, President, Wanda Williams, Vice-President, Frances Jones Secretary, Martha Sink, Treasurer, Nancy Carroll, Librarian, Mrs. E. V. Williamson, Sponsor. GIRLS' CHORUS Boys' Chorus, under the able direction of Mrs. E. V. Williamson, provides a lasting ap- preciation of boys' choral singing. Start- ing this year with the presentation of the Christmas chapel pro- gram, the chorus gave a variety of musical programs. One of the best known and most popular ac- tivities of school, Girls' Chorus, provides de- lightful musical pro- grams, beginning this year with the Christ- mas presentation. The chorus is sponsored by Mrs. E. V. Williamson, and seeks to further girls' choral singing groups in the school and the community. BOYS' CHORUS Officers of Boys' Chorus are Bill King, President, l-l. M. Bryant, Vice-President, Bill Russell, Secretary-Treasurer, Bob Shamburger, Librarian, Mrs. E. V. Williamson, Sponsor. The Mixed C h o r u s, composed of ten voices who were chosen for outstanding harmony, presents popular en- tertainment for school functions. Under the skillful direction of Mrs. E. V. Williamson, the eight girls and two boys contribute de- lightfully to extra-cur- ricula activities. Officers for Mixed Chorus are Bill King, President, Joyce Freeman, Vice-President, Julia Paul, Librarian, Mrs. E. V. Williamson, Sponsor, MIXED CHCDRUS FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS CDF AMERICA Future Business Leaders of America officers are Sylvia Wallace, Presidentg O'Dene Snow, Vice-President, Reba Upchurch, Secretary, Margaret Stanley, Treasurer, Mrs. Mary Ann Higgs, Sponsor. Future Business Lead- ers of America is a club whose purpose is to train high school girls as capable, effi- cient secretaries. The girls, sponsored by Mrs, Mary Ann Higgs, oct as secretaries and assistants for the fac- ulty, and from the work, gain actual bus- iness experience. 'i 62 Future Teachers of America officers are Betsy Redding, President, Leo Buie, Vice-President, Dee Anne Vestal, Secretary, Frances Jones, Treasurer, Miss Leona Wood, Sponsor. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA The Industrial Arts Club is a newly-formed club, fully organized only this year, The aim of the club is to give boys interested in wood and metal work the opportunity to improve their skills. This spring the club sponsored an impressive Industrial Arts Fair, featuring the work of Industrial Arts classes and club mem- bers. The Hatcher P. Story F u t u r e Teachers of America Club was or- ganized in T947 for the purpose of offering to the juniors and sen- iors the opportunity to explore teaching as a vocation and to ren- der service to the school, Under the di- rection of Miss Leona Wood, the club, which has an active member- ship, endeavors to pro- mote a growing appre- ciation of teaching and its merits. INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB The officers of the Industrial Arts Club for I955-56 are Teddy Brown, President, Lloyd Milli lqgnl Vice-President, Bill Moore, Secretary, Harvey Brim, Treasurer, Mr. Jerry Jones, Sponsor ... .- ....... ,. -- . un. su FP' i. .i .vw- - 4..- The Asheboro chapter of Future Homemak- ers of America is one of the most outstand- ing in the state. "To promote a growing ap- preciation of the sat- isfaction of homemak- ing, to work for the good home and family life for all, and to fur- ther interest in home economics" is the three-fold purpose of the club. ,K , , fy, .,,' ' , Q.. ,i , ' ' -iiiiigsf A flrf' fl' S, l E, vgy. ,,,,, 7, fig-i: 4- H gi f g, s law, - -Wifi 1- -at,4s'-- F Future Homemakers of America officers are Hilda Brown, President, Sybil Hooker, Vice Presi dent, Doris Hinshaw, Secretary, Cleo McDowell, Treasurer, Nancy Davis, Historian Miss Elizabeth Phillips, Sponsor. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA ALLIED YOUTH l955-56 officers of Allied Youth are Reba Upchurch, President, Bobby Jones, Vice-President, Sara Lowdcrrnilk, Secretary, John De Vries, Treasurer, O'Dene Snow, Program Chairman, Dixie King, Social Chairman, Mrs. Lena Flenniken, Sponsor. ,, V ,X .dt X X my , 1 . ., .ri ego, ....-L.. X -N . -ik...--ci..,,,,,,,,,,L ....,.,- i-sw-sf-W .aim-.ct 0. ,Q ,MJ i ' M '- ' ' ' ' ' v f 'A :,, -.. I 1"-9"- si+s'l'Ms A V IM, -. W mzlwiij N J, iw,-,i I5 ,lege ,Q ,ily T 5, . , F, gr'-'-1 - is -4-1 1 at Ps iiw 'J-' ' -'T-T-T-A t S A 'zur "Q-."L....' "T, " H E' . --- ra -i an Q P A C' .....,.,..... -. Q ,, . Q .- , ,, , . - - f lu. 6 fl -5 L ...A - -.- Allied Youth is a na- tional teen-age organi- zation whose purpose is: ' 'The liberation through education iof ythe individual and so- ciety from the handi- of beverage alco- hol." Organized in l952, the local Post No. 577, has a present membership of 204. Speakers sponsored by the Post have included ministers, a lawyer, a doctor, a judge, an A.A. member, and school officials. -V '31 '- -- ' A- P 4i.,.....,.q.,.. ...:.L.sc...,2 Lf LLA. ., . .. I .1 A. .....,. ... , "f"'Q'.f,T' I 'IA .. 5: 'ff' ' ff. .. ff? Wil' - - J "1 glows L s" fl 'i'12Q.L l '-"' 1-Fi' L J- A .VIH TL P' f',J"!'ff.2...l"'2"'i1fZfillZlf.'Ll:.'flt' LI, l .rf ?J:Tnn 11:5 En: :fi ni ' n, '2:mnnl"'ir'n:: n. .'.. l"" 'i this In L iiincauzssannqu rs 1 .ac ,,,. 1 nn-n:3l'-l5'a7:1"u:'33n115'?s:'n1'?u1'5s3a'fu3m'?inu ' '1 - 4 'fgil' P ighl-al!!!-gEspuue.1rQr1i1lmnn?wvlm3-za! rl .,., :W N - K -' Q-'g -.Q-aw.. ..,':.g,...+E.-:.et".':'.k:fa's'.-aff: i,ir'.,g'::.'::.E5......e:'.':."'5"-.... -11.1-5, . T-:ummm 'i ' . , 'f"'TT" . .' A Members of the Pho' I1 "' "":' his 9" "'f""' ' in tography Club organiz- ed in order to further student interest in pho- tography and to oc- quaint students with the art of photogra- phy. Although the club was hampered in the fall by the lack of chemicals, it has pro- gressed greatly through the guidance of Mr. Roy Holt, Sponsor. Photography Club officers are Dwight Thomas, President, Larry Nance, Vice-President, Harold Caviness, Secretary, Larry Neal, Treasurer, Mr. Roy Holt, Sponsor. PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB The purpose of the Pen Pal Club is the ad- vancement of world friendships and under- standing through the exchange of letters with overseas corre- spondents and of the study of life and peo- ple in other lands. The members correspond with pen pals in over twenty countries and then exchange letters they receive with other members of the club. ' i PEN PAL CLUB Pen Pal officers are Wayne Thomas, President, Margaret Stanley, Vice-President, Linda Davis, Secretary, Peggy Ramsey, Treasurer, Mr. William Van Hoy, Sponsor. meg I Ai ' V .359-t-liti new if'-im Hi ,M . fx. 1: 17 Membership in the Latin Club not only provides the students of Latin an additional opportunity for prac- tice in conversation, but also tamiliarizes the studen ts with knowledge of the Ro- mans in religion, gov- ernment, customs, and contributions to mod- ern civilization, The c I u b, sponsored by Miss Alma Lassiter, was formed this year. FRENCH CLUB Ollicers of the French Club are Carol Powers, President, Bob Gregson, Vice-President, Bill Moore, Secretory, Leo Buie, Treasurer, Edith Lewis, Program Chairman, Mary Clyde Chisholm, Social Diructorg Miss Helen Bostick, Sponsor. -. -....,.,,,NW,-.g V U W M -, i ,M .M We N ik Q' 7' . L n Latin Club officers are Richard Ke-non, President, Johnny Johnson, Vice-President, Ervin Feem- srer, Secretary, Bobby Coviness, Treasurer, Miss Alma Lassiter, Sponsor. LATIN CLUB The French Club, or- ganized in 1947, seeks to acquaint students of French with the lang- uage, the people, the country, and customs, and to draw together French and American ideas ot everyday liv- ing. Membership in the club also provides an opportunity ,for practice in conversa- tion. The annual Mardi Gras, the club's main project, high- lights the yearly activi- ties. -uu- il-Wltfl 'ki-UQ 'll Hilli- Ili-lil mulunsnfxii Hitman.. mn-'xv ,-:gg T Q l 5-nv g- Q' .F 'fl' Distributivc Education Club officers are Lottie Cox, President, Mary Swaney, Vice-President, Tommy Prevotte, Associate President, Pat McDuffie, Secretary, Gary French, Treasurer, Miss Gogc Morton, Sponsor. DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION CLUB The Diversified Occu- pations Club became a port of our curriculum in l95O. This educa- tional program affords the student growth with an opportunity to learn a trade and still go to school. The ef- fectiveness of the pro- gram has been due to the cooperation be- tween faculty, pupils, parents, and industry. Sponsored by Mr. Mer- ton Branson, the club has a membership of 27 with l8 different vocations represented. The Distributive Edu- cation Club is an or- ganization to encour- oge interest in distrib- utive education and to provide a center of ac- tivities for DE. stu- dents. DE. students at- tain actual business experience in the field of retailing, and re- ceive on-the-job train- ing while ottending school in the morning and working in the aft- ernoon. These "learn- ing by doing" students ore under the able sup- ervision of Miss Gage Morton. DIVERSIFIED OCCUPATIONS CLUB Officers of the Diversified Occupations Club are Kenneth McDowell, President, Parry Lam-, lst Vice-President, Bobby Parrish, 2nd Vice-President, Ruby Saunders, Secretary, Guy York, p The purpose of the Mathematics Club is to create a greater inter- est in mathematics in our school and to give students the addition- al opportunity to work and discuss problems. Programs are planned that will interest the members of the club and also challenge them to make use of their knowledge of materials. DRAMATICS CLUB Officers of the Dramotics Club are Lewis Rush, President, Dolores Grayson, Vice-President, Billie Sue Stone, Secretary, Lillian Burrows, Treasurer, Dr. Joseph M. Johnston, Sponsor. 1-F' L ' 'I 'F A ' ,I pi 'llqv -."'., Mathematics Club officers are Bobby Jones, President, John Dalton, Vice-President, Weldon Dunlap, Secretary-Treasurer, Mrs. Walker Derr, Sponsor. MATHEMATICS CLUB bers strive to promote a better knowledge and appreciation of dra- matic arts, including not only acting, but also directing, produc- ing, lighting, and make-up. Out of the study of dramatic arts, the club, sponsored by Dr. Joseph Johnston, has presented enter- taining plays for chap- el programs. ' I G I t L J ev ' . s . J . f I A - is . .fifiliitfi A - L ..,,., - , . . .X , 11. t -my-,igg i e wg t .e M J 2 . M . 1 . ."i' f . ras-gr-ii 5... . R221 Qu l Office Assistants are Lynn Prcsncll, Carol Powers, Faye Dunlap, Shelba Crickmore, Becky Gar- nu Martha Lou Thomas, Emily McKenzie, Brenda Hinshaw, Bobby Knott, Barbara Ann Hare. OFFICE ASSlSTAPlTS The code of the Li- brary Assistants Club is "Books are the Key to Knowledge." From this code, the mem- bers of the club strive to increase pupil inter- est in books and in the study of librarianship as a profession. T M 4 N Byassisting Mrs. Chriscoe, the office as- sistants greatly aid in improving office serv- ice a n d efficiency. They reduce Mrs. Chrisco's many tasks by collecting absentee slips, mimeographing and making announce- ments, a nd running numerous administra- tive errands. LIBRARY ASSISTANTS Library Assistants officers are Laverne Brady, President, Brian Hinshaw, Vice-President, Char lotte Allen, Secretary, Linda Cranford, Treasurer, Miss Mary Moffitt, Sponsor. T1 E-sg nr' n...Q-- -wt- Organized to promote good, clean sports- manship, the Jr.-Sr. Sportsman Club is open to junior and sen- ior bays only. The year- ly activities include in- formative talks by leading sports writers and coaches and week- ly recreational games and sports, Sponsored by Mr. Warren Haw- kins, the club offers the members practical experience in sports- manship and sports participation. DOWNS YDS. TO GO Officers for the Jr.-Sr. Sportsman Club are Larry Bulla, President, Gary Simmons, Vice President, Joe Teague, Treasurer, Mr. Warren Hawkins, Sponsor. JR.-SR. SPORTSMAN CLUB JUNICDR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Junior varsity cheerleaders are Betty Burns, chief, Kathy McGeiver, Meli Robb, Susan Shambcrgcr, Martha Marlowe, Sylvia Williams, Nancy Kizer. , il The animated junior va rs i ty cheerleaders have done a wonderful job this year in arous- ing team and school spirit in the spectators at junior varsity bas- ketball and football games. Sponsored by Miss Angelyn Glisson, the girls add color and spirit to our school. fl lit we 4 sl i A 3 z I l . ,:.., Yells of the enthusiastic cheerleaders inspired spectators to support their teams, Jane McCrary, Betsy York, Carol Powers, Lynn Presnell, Nancy Carroll, chief, Wanda Williams, Julie Johns, Dolores King, Betsy Corroll, Cindy Powers, mascot. VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Wanda Williams Carol Powers Lynn Presnell Senior Cheerleader Senior Cheerleader Senior Cheerleader 70 A Ns. 3 '1 S I S P1 'N ' L.. . 5 X . N ' sq in if s 6 Q it I .sf l A lx Q l l ff' K tl l it Q my l x fi ' fl? President, John Dalton, Vice- President, Martha Helen Gar- kx X , Y I v ner, Secretary, M. L. Harris, l 5 ' J M Treasurer, Mr. William Web- ' gg' W M ster, Director. Q. The stimulating music heard at football games and the March concert could only be the Asheboro High School skillfully directed by Mr, William Webster. Already recognized as an outstanding organization by Asheboro students, the band achieved top hon- ors in the state band contest. Through the untiring efforts of Mr. Webster and the members, the band gave a memorable concert early in March. THE ASHEBORO HIGH SCHOCDL BAND The Chapel Band is a group of band members who were or- ganized for the purpose of entertaining the students during chapel programs. Through the fine directing of the student loader, Mary Clyde Chisholm, the chapel band has made remarkable progress. The vivacious majorettes are Sybil Stutts, chief, Margaret Stanley, drum mojorette, Betty Lucas, Joan Croft, Marlene Hopkins, Donree Hawkins, Jeanette lsenhour, Peggy Myers, Linda Williams, Hilda Strider, Anita Seawell, Phyllis Hall. , , , W "" X .2rf.?Tr Vr ' , ' , , ' 'av' - wiki lv . -- ' - alan. Q, .. A ' .,y-.1 ,....a., -. X .I -,.. -.,.... J ,.,.fA.---. Band officers are Sybil Stutts, XJ ,Q ml MW I x lS'fl"fW"' ,lu 'EWEAFETERIA STAFF Wholesome well-balanced lunches are re i P ' pared for us each day by Ina Carter, Hessie Burrows, Ethel Burrows, Esther Garner, Mr. Reid M. Hannah, Thelma Thornburg, Chloe Stout, Clyde Hoover, Lila Lynn, Myrtle Phillips. Ml F5 l sywfyfft N. My ' ' KW ilifllfl! 2 s ' 1 'Q' 1 y.. , ' f ,. , . CUSTODIANS Our efficient custodians, Mr. Alex Shaw, Zeb, and Lucy, work diligently from morn- ing until late at night to keep the rooms and halls clean and to maintain a school that we can be proud of. 72 BUS DRIVERS The bus drivers, not organized as a club this year, have the great responsibility of trans- porting students safely to and from school. Clifford Cox, No- lan Lewallen, Glenn Canoy, James Deaton, Roy Wilson, Fred Lemons, Wiley Hoover and Joe Callicutt are to be commended for their depend- ability. D nf' 1 '1 Wi: vm " ,E 0 W 1 MQW l 'U Q ! ,pm . s Q . I ' ,1,gf54'-f I . N A I iq ,,, mmgmxl. 3, A M 4 w, A ' ""11!"N , ,J w,,g,g ,, . ., V1 4 , -mum '51 I y, S It 1 V Af'x"i'W W " Y .m"+ L H A. ,A ,,,4. . . W , , all-wvff, ' V ik.: -6vbfffg"QJgf4aff"'i4W ' Y Q fwiigfs' "A "' v L . ,r 4 I, ' ' , , V, Q X , 1 , A ., .EX W.-,AL , W M f' V .fm 1 A W N ' , A K 4' ' FW" .. . Q w. wx. ,.-'-1. . LfQ ,Mi ,, ." wi., XM . 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Q 4. . ,VA , ffew,fgwiiosff.g,fsg: -' r .5 .ww -:.,,- f, ,A Members of the boys basketball team are Lowell Thomas Jimmy Tatum, -11 ' Larry Bulla, Tommy Osborne, Jerry West, Charles Clark, Thurman - .- vw- e' i Hogan, manager, Dwight Thomas, manager, C. J. Brown, Benny Von- ,,,,j-'4i'-ilalifgi A cannon, Alvin Williamson, Thomas Redding, Bobby Parrish, Neal Pierce, ,, mcmogef- s ' ' f llll f 'l 'Q Ll 1 R iee efm ., . k L- ' cff-12 1 ,e viffj "NH - I . yr i l i 17" I "f iffxf flif, ,,', 1 -1 . If ' '- l . 1 f,-ns,-4e,.a.l F., '11 titm ftzw A-f,43.,,ga - . , 5. ii ,Dj ,- t , gg '44'.,.,'4-,. Mr. Warren Hawkins is the Z5 , 23 5, ,: A -5115.5 boys' basketball coach. is , BASKETBALL no- RHI mil 1 w ,Hx , 1 if N, u if hu As winners of the 1955 Western Conference Championship, the boys' basketball team achieved all expectations of a successful i955-56 season. Displaying high ideals of good sportsmanship and good fellowship, the team opened the season with a game against Robbins and challenged nineteen other teams. Larry Bulla and Tommy Osborne are the boys' basketball co-captains. Z ahh! WM Yifefzf J-741207 3 lmmmvff WW Wfadlmadff 5252441729 K IZIMJQ7 I lffjivfw paffmw J ,' Jffffwf J I MSM? ffiwf fy Bmufz Afd!4Z!f.am4 U UMM Q UWM g Aww Throughout the season, the girls' basketball team displayed an enthusiastic will to win and a determination to fight. Under the pa- tient, ever-inspiring coaching of Miss Angelyn Glisson, the team depended on good basket- ball and lots of spirit for an excellent season. B A S K E T B A L L The Obie cocaptains are cami Girls' basketball tcam members are Carol Decker, Carol Powers Nancy Carroll Wanda Williams, Margaret Stanley, Georgia Decker, Martha Sink Dolores Grayson, Betsy York, Judy Harris, Alice Boxley, Martha Brown Jane Chriscoe Sylvia Williams, Emily Fritz, manager, Sylvia Jones, Phyllis Bulla Sue Boone Jane McCrary, Barbara Ann Hare, manager. 1-7 -1,4 , Nf ii. V , f f X if is ,V" in inns! w-A.-L, Baseball team members are Ben Smith, W. R. Lanier, Clarence Pugh, David Mcadv D:-nald Goins .limm Tatum Benn Voncannon Babb Parrish, Larr Y 1 Y I Y . Y Bulla, Garv l-licks manager, Harry Cooper, l-larvev Brim, Sherrill Babbs, Wayne illiamscn, Joe Teague. Mr. Merton Branson is the coach of the baseball team. BASEBALL The i955-56 baseball season opened with a trip to Lexington. Selecting players f r o m freshmen through seniors, Coach Merton Branson attained outfield and infield power as well as strong batting support. Eleven lettermen of last year's team re turned to give considerable help to the new team Good baseball, sportsmanship, and team spirit car ried the team through for an excellent season. in Gqm Floor -AV AL k Predictions run high for the continued success of the newly- burg, Richard King, manager, Jerry Bunting, Eugene Brown, formed wrestling tuarn under the supervision of Coach Jim Larry l-lulin, Malcolm Lanier, John Dalton, Bob Gregson, James Hurst Wrc-stlirwg team participants are Willis Johnson, Bruce Bullock, Tommy Barnes, Bill Fulp, manager, Coach Hurst. Bowden, Dean Millflxan, David l-lall, Larry Vestal, Gary Thorn- WRESTLING The Kiwanis Club honored three out- standing l955 Comets: Guy York, Mick- ey Brown, Malcolm Lanier. Guy was named the best blocker, Mickey, the most inspirational player, and Malcolm, the most valuable player. 81 SENIOR STATISTICS Charlotte Allen-Junior Play Make-up Committee 3, Scholar- ship Honor Roll I, 2, 3, 4, Citizenship Honor Roll 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, Library 3, 4, Secretary 4, Allied Youth 2, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus Contest I, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, Choraletts 4, F.B.L.A. 3, 4. Phyllis Allen-Annual Staff 4, Miss Blue Comet Candidate 4, Girls' Chorus 4, F.B.L.A. 4, Transferred from Bessemer High School, Greensboro, Homeroom Officer 2, F.T.A. Secretary, F.H.A. I, 2. June Allred-Citizenship Honor Roll I, 2, D.O. 2, 3, D. O. Club 2, 3. Patricia Arrington-Citizenship Honor Roll 3, Photography Club 3, F.H.A. 4, French Club 3. Bill Baldwin-Scholarship Honor Roll 2, 3, 4, Terspicorean 2, F.H.A. 4. Marlene Boone-Student Council Congress I, Allied Youth I, 2, Intramural Softball I, Pen Pal Club I, Girls' Chorus 2, 3, Student Council Representative I, F.B.L.A. 4, Beta Club 3, 4, Perfect Attendance I, Assistant Treasurer of F.B.L.A. 4, Dele- gate to North Carolina, Ash-Hi-Chat Staff 4, Citizenship Honor Roll I, Scholarship Honor Roll I, 4. Stella Bowman-Homeroom Officer I, Band 3, Dramatics Club Secretary 2, Girls' Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Allied Youth 2, 3, 4. Laverne Brady-Junior Play Make-up Committee 3, Scholar- ship Honor Roll I, 2, 3, 4, Citizenship Honor Roll I, 2, 3, 4, Perfect Attendance 2, Annual Staff 4, Newspaper Staff 4, Girls' Chorus I, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 3, Library Club 3, 4, Presi- dent 4, Allied Youth 2, 3, 4, Beta Club 3, 4, F.B.L.A. Club 3, 4. C. J. Browne-Student Council Member I, 2, 3, Junior Class President, Sophomore Class President, Freshman Class Presi- dent, Junior Play Chairman 3, May Day I, 2, 3, Scholarship Honor Roll I, 2, 3, Citizenship Honor Roll I, 2, 3, Annual Staff 4, Newspaper Staff 4, Boys' Basketball 2, 3, 4, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Chorus I, 2, 3, Boys' Chorus Contest I, 2, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Treasurer 3, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Boys' Mono- gram Club I, 2, 3, 4, Beta Club 3, 4. Hilda Brown-Student Council Member I, 4, Junior Class Sec- retary, Junior Play Committee 3, May Day Student Director 3, 4, Scholarship Honor Roll I, 2, 3, 4, Citizenship Honor Roll I, 2, 3, 4, Miss Blue Comet Candidate 3, 4, F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, President 3, 4, Travel Club President I. Mickey Brown-May Day 3, Perfect Attendance I, 2, Home- room Officer 3, D.O. 3, 4, Baseball I, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Outstanding Player of the Year 4, Most Inspirational Player 4, D. O. Club, Boys' Monogram Club. Teddy Brown-May Day 2, 3, Homeroom Officer I, Swim- ming 2, 3, Won 3rd place in diving in State Swimming Meet, Won 2nd place in diving in Southern Inter-scholastic Swim- ming Championship, Boys' Monogram Club 3, 4, Boys' Indus- trial Arts Club 4, President. H. M. Bryant-Student Council Member 2, 4, Junior Play 3, Scholarship Honor Roll I, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom officer 4, Annual staff 4, Newspaper Staff Boys' Sports Editor 4, Boys' State Delegate, Junior Rotarian 4, Student Council P.T.S.A. Repre- sentative 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Beta Club 3, 4, President 4, googti-ids Club I, Discussion Club 2, Boys' Chorus 3, Travel u . Leo Buie-Junior Play 3, May Day 3, Citizenship Honor Roll 3, Homeroom Officer 4, Annual Staff 4, Attended N. C. High School Radio-T.V. Institute at U.N.C. during summer of I955, French Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Vice President 4, Allied Youth 2, 3, Pen Pals I, 3, Terpsichorean 3. Larry Bulla-Sophomore Class Treasurer 2, Track 3, Junior Play Stage Committee 3, May Day I, 2, 3, Citizenship Honor Roll I, 2, 3, Perfect Attendance 3, Homeroom Officer I, 3, Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, Captain 2, 3, 4, Boys' Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, All Conference 3 years in Baseball and Basket- ball, Boys' Monogram Club I, 2, 3, 4, Jr. 8. Sr. Sportsman's Club 3, 4, President 3, 4, Won different Trophies in Baseball and Basketball, Most Valuable in Baseball 2, 3, Best Sports- manship 2, Most Improved I, 2, in Basketball. Jim Bunting-Citizenship Honor Roll I, 3, Homeroom Officer 2, Vice President 2, Boys' Basketball 2, Football 3, 4, Allied Youth I, 2, Terpsichorean Club 2, Jr. 81 Sr. Sportsman Club 4, Freshman 8. Sophomore Boosters Club I, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Boys' Chorus 3, Key Club 3. Joseph Burrows-May Day 2, D. O, 4, D. O. Club 4. Bernice Cagle-May Day I, Citizenship Honor Roll I, 2, 3, Perfect Attendance 2, 3, Travel Club I', Allied Youth 3, 4, F.l.A.C. 3, Library Assistant 3, Pen Pal Club 4. Max Cheek-Citizenship Honor Roll I, 2, 3, Perfect Attend- ance I, 2, 3, D. O. 4, Safety Club I, Pen Pal Club 2, Allied Youth 4, D. O. Club 4. Mary Clyde Chisholm-Student Council Secretary 4, Student Council Member 3, Attended North Carolina Student Council Congress 4, Junior Play 3, May Day I, 2, 3, Scholarship Honor Roll I, 2, 3, 4, Citizenship Honor Roll 2, Perfect Attendance I, Annual Staff Business Manager 4, Newspaper Staff Girls' Sports Editor 4, Girls' State Delegate 3, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Librarian 2, 3, High Point District Band Clinic 3, N. C. State Music Festival I, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Basketball 2, Won Junior B. P. W'ian 4, Boosters' Club I, Pen Pals 2, Modern Music Masters 2, French Club 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4 ,Beta Club 3, 4, Girls' Monogram Club 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 3, Jr.-Sr. Decorat- ing Committee 3, Planning Committee for Senior trip to Wash- ington 4, Softball Intramurals l. DeEtte Clark-May Day I, Scholarship Honor Roll I, 2, 3, 4, Citizenship Honor Roll 2, 3, Perfect Attendance 3, Homeroom Officer I, Girls' Chorus 3, Allied Youth 3, 4, Terpiscorean 2. Jackie Cooper-Transferred from Randleman High School, F.B.L.A. 2, Girls' Chorus I, Pen Pal 3, Allied Youth 4, F.H.A. 4. Larry Cox-Sketch Club, Model Airplane I. Lottie Cox-May Day 2, 3, Citizenship Honor Roll 2, 3, Per- fect Attendance I, 2, 3, 4, Miss Blue Comet Candidate 3, 4, D. E. 3, 4, Safety Club I, F.H.A. 2, D.E. Club Vice-President 3, D.E. Club President 4, Allied Youth 3, 4. Wayne Cox-Safety Club I, 2. Oteia Craven-D.E. 4, Travel Club I, Secretary I, French Club 3, D.E. Club 4, Photography Club 3. Shelba Crickmore-Allied Youth I, 2, 3, 4, Senior Class Sec- retary 4, Junior Play Usher 3, Citizenship Honor Roll I, 2, 3, Annual Staff 4, Miss Blue Comet Candidate 4, Travel Club 4, F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Girls' Chorus I, 2. George Curtis-Junior Play 3, Scholarship Honor Roll I, 2, Homeroom Officer I, 2, Newspaper Staff 4, French Club 3, 4, Beta Club 3, 4, Photography Club 4, Freshman 8. Sophomore Dance Club 2, Allied Youth 2, 3, Travel Club 2, Key Club 4, genior 3PIay Committee 4, Decoration Committee for Jr.-Sr. rom . Carol Ann Decker-Junior Play Committee 3, May Day I, 2, 3, Scholarship Honor Roll I, Citizenship Honor Roll I, 2, 3, Homeroom Officer I, 2, Annual Staff 4, Miss Blue Comet Can- didate 3, 4, Girls' Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Swimming 3, Co- Captain Basketball, Girls' Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, President 4, Sketch Club I, 2, F.B.L.A. 4, F.I.A. Club 3. Georgia Decker-Student Council Member I, May Day I, 2, 3, 4, Citizenship Honor Roll 2, 3, Perfect Attendance I, Home- room Officer 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, Newspaper Staff 3, Girls' Basketball 2, 3, 4, Swimming 3, F.l.A. Club 3, Secretary 3, Travel Club I, 2, Treasurer, Girls' Chorus 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Monogram Club 3, 4, Allied Youth I, Freshman and Sophomore Dance Club 2, Vice-President 2. Patsy Davis-Homeroom Officer I, Boosters Club I, Music Appreciation 2, Photography 4, F.B.L.A. 4, Allied Youth 3, 4. Faye Dunlap-Junior Play Usher 3, Scholarship Honor Roll I, 2, 3, 4, Citizenship Honor Roll I, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Officer 2, Newspaper Staff 4, Pen Pal Club I, F.B.L.A. 4, Beta Club 3, 4, Travel Club Treasurer 4, F.I.A. Club 3, Office Assistant 4. Darrell Fann-Junior Play Committee 3, May Day 2, 3, Home- room Officer 3, Football Manager 3, Boys' Chorus I, 2, Mixed Chorus 3, Junior and Senior Dance Club 2, Travel Club 4, Allied Youth I, 2, Boys' Monogram Club 3, 4, Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3. SENIOR STATISTICS Joyce Freeman-Junior Play 3, May Day I, 2, 3, Scholarship Honor Roll I, 2, 3, Citizenship Honor Roll I, 2, 3, Homeroom Officer I, 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff 3, 4, Newspaper Staff 4, Miss Blue Comet Candidate 4, Football Sponsor 2, 4, Junior Marshal 3, Girls' Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Beta Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Sec. 8- Treas. 4, Allied Youth I, Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 3. Gary French-May Day 3, Homeroom Officer I, D.E. 4, Treas- urer 4, Boys' Chorus 3, DE. Club 4, Pen Pal Club 2, Library Assistant Club 3, 4, Dance Club I, 2. Pansy Gray-Junior Play 3, May Day I, 3, Scholarship Honor Roll I, 2, 4, Citizenship Honor Roll I, 4, Homeroom Officer 2, 3, Annual Staff 3, 4, Newspaper Staff 4, Band I, Travel Club I, Pen Pal 2, F.T.A. 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 3, 4, Beta Club 3, 4, School Newspaper Correspondent 4, Jr.-Sr. Prom Com- mittee 3. Bob Gregson-Football I, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 3, 4, Mr. Blue Comet 4, All Conference in Football 4, Key Club Vice-Presi- dent, Boys' Monogram Club Secretary 8. Treasurer, French Club Vice-President 3, 4, Co-Captain of I955 and I956 Football Team. Bill Gibson-D.E. Club 4. Dwight Goins-Perfect Attendance 3, Photography Club I, Sportsman Club 2, Travel Club 4. Pat Hall-May Day I, 2, Citizenship Honor Roll I, Library 2, 3, 4, Library Convention 3, Dance Club 2, Allied Youth I, 2, 3, Boosters Club I, French Club 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 3, Travel Club 4. Gene Hancock-D.O. 3, 4, D.O. Club 3, 4, Boys' Chorus 4. Donree Hawkins-May Day 2, Miss Blue Comet Candidate 4, Maiorette 2, 3, 4, Nature Club I, Girls' Chorus 2, 3, District Chorus Contest 2, Basketball Intramurals 3, F.B.L.A. 4, Dra- matics Club 4. David Hill-Scholarship Honor Roll I, Photography Club I, 2, Pen Pal Club 3, 4, French Club 3. Winona Hill-May Day I, Citizenship Honor Roll I, 2, 3, Travel Club I, Allied Youth 3, 4, Library Assistant 3, 4, F.H.A. 4. Doris Hinshaw-Vice-President of Student Council 4, Secretary 3, Member 2, Junior Play 3, Scholarship Honor Roll I, 2, Cit- izenship Honor Roll I, 2, Perfect Attendance I, 2, 3, 4, Home- room Officer 3, 4, Annual Staff 3, 4, Miss Blue Comet Candi- date 4, Girls' State Delegate 3, Girls' Basketball I, 2, 3, D.A.R. Good Citizenship Award, Travel Club I, Girls' Chorus 2, F.H.A. 4, Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee, Vice-President of Girls' Monogram Club 4, Junior B. P. 8. W. for month of Septem- ber 4, Girls' Monogram Club 2, 3, 4. Wiley Hoover-Citizenship Honor Roll 3, W.O.W. Safe Driver Award 4. Connie Hopper-Junior Play Committee 3, May Day Commit- tee 3, Annual Staff 3, 4, Editor of Newspaper 4, W.O.W. American History Award 3, Editor of football and basketball programs 4, High School Correspondent for Randolph Guide 3, 4, Beta Club 3, 4, F.T.A. 4, Allied Youth 2, 3, 4, Sketch Club reporter I, Pen Pal Secretary 2, President of F.I.A. Club 3, Photography Club Publicity Chairman 4. Annette Hunt-Sophomore Class Officer Secretary, Junior Play Usher 3. May Day Attendant I, May Day committee 2, 3, Citizenship Honor Roll 3, Homeroom Officer I, 4, Annual Staff 4, Bliss Blue Comet Candidate I, 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Allied Youth 2, Sketch Club Secretary I, Pen Pal Club Treasurer 2, Girls' Chorus 3, Cover for College Day 4, Travel Club Secretary 4, Miss I956 I, Jr.-Sr. Prom Decorating Committee 3, Committee for Class Gift 4. Jessie lngold-D.O. 4, Transferred from Franklinville. Melvia .larrell-Citizenship Honor Roll 3, Perfect Attendance I, F.l,A. Club 3, Allicd Youth 3, 4, Travel Club 4. Pat Jarrett-Junior Play Make-up Committee 3, May Day I, 2, 3, Scholarship Honor Roll 2, Annual Staff 3, 4, Newspaper Staff 2, Band 3, Swimming 3, Girls' Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, Allied Youth I, 2, F.B.L.A. 4. Bebe Johns-Transferred from Sarasota, Florida, May Day 3, Scholarship Honor Roll 3, Citizenship Honor Roll 3, Annual Staff 4, Newspaper Staff 4, Miss Blue Comet Candidate 3, 4, Football Sponsor 4, Girls' Chorus 3, 4, President 4, Beta Club 3, 4, Program Chairman, French Club 3, 4, Publicity Chair- man, F,T.A. 4. Elizabeth Ann Johnson--Junior Play 3, May Day I, 2, 3, Citi- zenship Honor Roll I, 2, Homeroom Officer I, 3, Girls' Chorus I, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 3, Homeroom Reporter 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Allied Youth I, Travel Club 4. Peggy Johnson-Junior Play 3, May Doy 2, 3, Scholarship Honor Roll I, Citizenship Honor Roll 2, Perfect Attendance 3, Annual Staff 4, University of N. C. Radio 8- T.V. Institute 3, Won Scholarship, Won Declamation Contest, F.T.A. 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Allied Youth 2, 3, Boosters Club I, Girls' Club 2, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus Contest 2, 3, Girls' Chorus Concert 2, 3, Softball Intramurals I, Student Radio Program Master of Ceremonies 4, Served for Junior Senior Prom 2, High School Radio Record Show Masters of Ceremonies. Frances Jones-Junior Play Make-up Committee, May Day Make-Up Committee, Scholarship Honor Roll 2, 3, Citizenship Honor Roll 2, Homeroom Officer 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, News- paper Staff 4, Miss Blue Comet Candidate 4, Travel Club I, Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Beta Club 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Allied Youth 2, 3, Softball Intra- murals I, Jr.-Sr. Refreshment Committee 3, Served for Junior- Senior Prom 2, Girls' Chorus Exhibit Committee. Reid Kearns-Perfect Attendance I, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom offi- cer 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Chapel Band 4, Attended Navy School of Music Clinic in Washington 4, High Point Band Clinic 3, State Contest I, 2, 3, 4, Music Appreciation I, 2, Music Mas- ters 2. Melvin Kennedy-Photography Club 3. Bill King-Student Council President 4, Junior Play 3, May Day 3, Scholarship Honor Roll 2, Citizenship Honor Roll 2, Annual Staff 4, Boys' State Delegate 3, Baseball I, Football I, Boys' Chorus 2, 3, 4, President 4, Mixed Chorus 4, President 4, Reader's Digest Club I, Jr. Rotarian 4, Jr.-Sr. Decorating Com- mittee 3, Travel Club 4, Allied Youth 2, 3, 4. Bobby Knott-Student Council Member 4, Vice-President of Freshman Class, Junior Play 3, Play Committee 3, Citizenship Honor Roll I, 2, 3, Homeroom Officer I, 2, Annual Staff 4, Boys' State Delegate 3, Football 2, Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 3, Office Assistant 4, Jr. Rotarian 4, Allied Youth I, 2, 3, 4, Boosters I, Terpsicorean Club 2, Boys' Chorus 3. Perry Lane-Student Council Member 3, D.O. 4, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Pen Pal I, Dance Club I, 2, Readers Digest Club 2, Library Assistant 3, D.O. Vice-President 4, Boys' Monogram 3, 4, Sportsman Club 3, All-Conference Football 2, 3. Rochelle Roberts Lane-Cheerleader I, 2, in Woodlawn High School, Transferred from Woodlawn, Virginia I954, Wood- lawn Mixed Chorus I, 2, Girls' Chorus 3, French Club 3, 4, F.H.A. 4. Malcolm Lanier-Student Council Member I, Sophomore Class Vice-President, Freshman Class Secretary, Junior Play Com- mittee, Homeroom Officer I, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 3, 4, Won Rietzel Smith Best Blocking Trophy, Co-Captain of '55 team, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Boys' Monogram 2, 3, 4, President 4, Boys' Chorus 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 3, Chorus Fes- tival 3, Chorus Contest 2. Shirley Lee-May Day 2, 3, Citizenship Honor Roll I, Home- room Officer I, Photography 2, F.H.A. 3, 4, Reporter of F.H.A. gi fgAa1y Court Candidate 2, Transferred from Seagrove I, 4-H u . Larry Lewallen-Citizenship Honor Roll 3, D.O. 3, 4, Dra- matics Club I, Treasurer I, D.O. Club 4. Edith Ray Lewis-Junior Play Ticket Committee 3, May Day I, 3, Scholarship Honor Roll I, 2, 3, 4, Citizenship Honor Roll, Annual Staff 4, Newspaper Staff 4, Beta 3, 4, F.T.A. 4, French Club 3, 4, Program Chairman 4, Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 4, Allied Youth 2, 3, 4, Travel Club I. 83 SENIOR STATISTICS Kenneth McDowell-May Day I, 2, Perfect Attendance I, 2, Homeroom Officer 4, D.O. 3, 4, Band I ,2, Football 2, Pho- tography I, Boys' Chorus I, 2, D.O. Club 3, 4, President 4. Faye Hunt Mcilreath-May Day 2, 3, Citizenship Honor Roll I, D.E. 3, Safety Club I, D.E. Club 3, 4, F.H.A. 2, 3. Emily McKenzie-Junior Play Usher, May Day 2, Scholarship Honor Roll I, 2, 3, Citizenship Honor Roll I, 2, 3, Homeroom Officer I, 4, Annual Staff 4, Miss Blue Comet Candidate 4, Football Sponsor 4, Girls' Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, F.T.A. 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Office Assistant 4, Allied Youth 2, Miss Ash-Hi-Chat Candidate 2 ,Girls' Chorus Con- test I, 2, 3. Dolores Miller-May Day Committee 2, Scholarship Honor Roll I, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Officer 3, D.E. 3, 4, Allied Youth 2, 3, 4, Beta Club 3, 4, D.E. Club 3, 4, F.H.A. 2. Max Miller-Perfect Attendance I, 2, 4, J.V. Basketball I, Boys' Chorus 2, Key Club 4, Jr.-Sr. Sportsman Club 4. Lloyd Millikan-Travel Club I, Vice-President of Industrial Arts Club 4. Becky Moore-Junior Play Usher 3, May Day I, 2, 3, Scholar- ship Honor Roll I, 2, 3, 4, Citizenship Honor Roll I, Annual Staff 4, Miss Blue Comet Candidate 4, Football Sponsor 3, Band I, 2, 3, Chapel Band 3, Junior Marshal 3, French Club 3, 4, Allied Youth 4, Beta Club 3, 4, Vice-President 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Photography I, 4, Girls' Chorus 2, 3, State Band Contest I, 2, 3, Band Clinic 3. Bill Moore-Student Council Member 4, Junior Play 3, Scholar- ship Honor Roll 2, 3, Annual Staff 4, Pen Pal Club I, Photogra- phy 2, French Club 3, Jr.-Sr. Sportsman Club 3, French Club Secretary 4, Decoration Committee for Fr.-Sr, Prom 3. Craig Moore-May Day Decoration Committee 3, Homeroom Officer I, 2, Sketch Club Treasurer I, Discussion Club 2, Pen Pal Club Treasurer, French Club Co-Publicity Chairman 4. Wilma Moore-Citizenship Honor Roll 3, Transferred from Seagrove, Sketch Club I, F.H.A. 2, Library Club 3, Library District Convention 3, U.N. Contest 3, Travel Club 4. Carol Morgan-Junior Olay 3, Travel Club I, Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 4. Donald Morrison-Junior Play Committee 3, May Day 3, Per- fect Attendance 3, French Club 3, 4, Photography Club 3, Travel Club 4, Transferred from High Point, Radio Staff 2, Track Team I, 2, School paper I, Student Council I. Clara Nelson-May Day 2, Citizenship Honor Roll I, 2, Pen Pal 3, F.B.L.A. 4, Allied Youth 3, 4, F,B.L.A. 4. Tommy Osborne--Student Council Member, Homeroom Officer 2, 3, J.V. Basketball I, 2, Varsity Basketball 3, 4, Captain of Boys' Basketball Team, Sportsman Club I, 2, 3, Secretary, Travel Club I, Treasurer, Boys' Monogram Club I, Key Club I. Robert Parks-Transferred from Woodlawn High School 3, gcience Club I, 2, Pen Pal Club 3, President 3, French Club , 4. Bobby Parrish-May Day 2, 3, Homeroom Officer I, D.O. 4, Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, J.V. Basketball I, 2, Varsity Basketball 3, 4, Photography 2, ice President 2, Boys'..Monogram 2, 3, 4, Travel I, Boys' Chorus 3, D.O. Vice-President 4. Neal Pearce-Junior Pla 3, May Day I, 2, 3, Perfect At- tendance I. Homeroom Officer 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, Boys' Basketball 3, 4, J.V. Basketball I, 2, Dance Club 2, Travel Club I, Photography 3, Monogram Club 3, 4, Boys' Chorus 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 3. John K. Pierce, Jr.-Scholarship Honor Roll 4, Citizen Honor Roll I, 2, 3, Perfect Attendance, Homeroom Officer 2, D.O. 4, D 0 CIUIW 4. ISFV Cluh 2, 3, 4, Travel Club I, Discuasion Club 3 Lynn Presnell-Junior Play 3, May Day I, 2, 3, Scholarship Honor Roll I, 2, 3, 4, Citizenship Honor Roll I, 2, 3, Perfect Attendance 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Officer 3, Annual Staff, Editor 4, Newspaper Staff 4, Miss Blue Comet Candidate 4, Cheer- leader J.V. I, Chief 2, Varsity 3, 4, Girls Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Concert Soloist 3, Girls' Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Allied Youth I, 2, 3, 4, Beta Club 3, 4, Office Assistant 4, Order of the Rainbow for Girls I, 2, 3, 4, Worthy Advisor 4, Chairman Program Committee Jr.-Sr. Prom 3, Senior Class Pro- ject Committee 4. Carol Powers-Student Council Member I, Junior Play 3, May Day I, 2, Citizenship Honor Roll I, 2, 3, Homeroom Officer I, 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, Football Sponsor 3, 4, Cheerleader, J.V. I, 2, Varsity 3, 4, J.V. Chief I, Girls' Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Representative to Civitan Youth Conference 3, Jr, B.P.W. 4, Girls' Chorus I, 2, 3, Girls' Monogram 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 4, Co. Chr. for Jr.-Sr. 3, E.T.A. 4, French Club 3, 4, President 4, Office Assistant 2, 3, 4, Allied Youth I, 2. Peggy Ramsey-Citizenship Honor Roll 3, Allied Youth 4, Pen Pal Club, Treasurer 4, Photography Club 2, Transferred from Barstow, California and Seogrove, N. C., Jr.-Sr. Prom Decora- tion Committee 3. Betsy Redding-Junior Play 3, May Day 2, 3, Scholarship Honor Roll I, 2, 3, Citizenship Honor Roll I, 2, 3, Perfect At- tendance I, 2, Homeroom Officer 2, Annual Staff 4, Miss Blue Comet Candidate 4, Junior B.P.W. Representative 4, Girls' Chorus I, 2, 3, Girls' Chorus District Contest I, 2, 3, Allied Youth I, 2, 3, 4, Beta Club 3, 4, Beta Club Secretary 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, F.T.A. President 4, Jr.-Sr. Committee 3, Mixed Chorus 3, Beta Club Convention 4, F.T.A. Convention 4. Joan Rich-Citizenship Honor Roll 2, Homeroom Officer 4, Dramatics Club 2, French Club 3, 4, Allied Youth 2, 3, 4. Bobby Ridge-May Day I, 2, 3, Citizenship Honor Roll I, 2, Perfect Attendance I, Homeroom Officer President I, V.P. 2, V.P. 4, Annual Staff 4, Baseball 2, Football 2, 3, 4, Jr.-Sr. Sportsman Club 4, Key Club 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, Terpsi- chorean Club I, Travel Club 2, Boys' Chorus 2, 3, Jr.--Sr. Dec- oration Committee 3, Allied Youth 2, 3. Ruby Saunders-Student Council Member I, 2, Senior Class Vice-President 4, Junior Play 3, May Day Attendant 2, Schol- arship Honor Roll I, 2, 3, 4, Citizenship Honor Roll I, 2, 3, Annual Staff 4, Miss Blue Comet Candidate 4, D.O. 4, World Peace Contest 4, Travel Club I, French Club 3, 4, D.O. Club, Secretary 4, Allied Youth 4. Anita Seawell-Junior Play Committee 3, May Day I, 2, Citi- zenship Honor Roll I, Maiorette I, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus I, 2, 3, Dramatic Club 4, District Chorus Contest I, 2, Allied Youth I, 2, 4, Band 2, National Baton Twirling Contest, National Baton Twirling Association. David Scott-Photography Club I, Travel Club 2. Gary Simmons-Freshman Class Officer, Treasurer I, Junior Play Committee 3, Perfect Attendance 2, Homeroom Officer I, 4, President, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Jr.-Sr. Sportsman Club 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club 3, 4, Vice President 4. Martha Sink-May Day 2, Scholarship Honor Roll 2, 3, Citi- zenship Honor Roll 2, 3, Perfect Attendance I, 2, Homeroom Officer 4, Annual Staff 4, Newspaper Staff 4, Girls' Basketball 2, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 4, Treasurer of Girls' Chorus 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Girls' Monogram Club 3, 4, Softball Intramurals I, 2, Served for Jr.-Sr., Jr.-Sr. Decoration Committee 3, Mixed Chorus 3. Amelia Smith-Scholarship Honor Roll, Annual Honor Roll, Annual Staff 2, 4, Transferred from Lake Forest Jr. High I, New Hanover 2, Big Change Essay, Declamation Contest I, School Winner, State Citizenship Essay I, l2nd Place statel, County Christmas Essay I tlst placel, Voice of Democracy 4 lSchool-countyl, F.T.A. I, 2, 4, Treasurer I, Tri-Hi-Y I, 2, 4, Bible Club I, 2, 4, President I, Vice-President 2, Girls Chorus I, 4, French Club 4, Choralettes 4, Beta Club 4, Judicial Mar- slial I, 2, Library Club I, Allied Youth 4. SENIOR STATISTICS Stan Smith-Homeroom Vice-President I, Baseball I, Photog- raph Club I, Travel Club 2, Intramural Softball 2, Scoreboard Committee, Assistant Bus Driver 2, 3, 4, D.E. Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 2, President 3, Association Member 4, Associate Member 4. 0'Dene Snow-Junior Play Usher 3, Junior Play Stage and Property Committee 3, May Day 2, Citizenship Honor Roll I, 2, 3, 4, Perfect Attendance 3, Annual Staff 4, Allied Youth I, 2, 3, 4, Program Chairman 4, F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Girls' Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus Contest I, 2, 3, 4, Choralettes 4, F.B.L.A. Convention 3, Basketball Intramurals 3, F.B.L.A. Typists 3, 4, Served for Jr.-Sr. 2, Homecoming Parade 3, 4. Jimmy Southern-Junior Class Treasurer, Junior Play Commit- tee 3, Scholarship Honor Roll 2, Homeroom Officer 3, Annual Staff 4, Boys' State Delegate 3, Swimming 3, Transferred from Washington D. C., Fr.-Soph. Booster's Club I, Music Appre- ciation Club 2, Treasurer 2, Key Club 3, 4, President 4, Board of Directors 3, Boys' Chorus 2, Allied Youth I, 2, Jr,-Sr. Dec- orating Committee. Betty Spencer+Junior Play 3, May Day 2, 3, Perfect Attend- ance I, Annual Staff 4, Football Sponsor 4, Band 3, Swim- ming 3, Music Appreciation 3, Mixed Chorus 3, Girls Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Badmitton and Basketball Intramurals 3, Jr.-Sr. Prom Comm. 3, Allied Youth 2, 4, F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Homecom- ing Parade. Louise Spencer-Citizenship Honor Roll, Perfect Attendance I, Girls' Chorus 4. Norma Jean Staley-Junior Play Committee 3, May Day I, Citizenship Honor Roll I, 2, Annual Staff 4, Fresh-Soph. Boost- er's Club I, Pen Pal Club 2, Girls' Chorus 3, 4, F.T.A. 4, Al- lied Youth I, 2. Margaret Stanley-May Day I, 2, 3, 4, Scholarship Roll I, 2, 3, 4, Citizenship Honor Roll I, 2, 3, Perfect Attendance I, Annual Staff 3, 4, Newspaper Staff 4, Miss Blue Comet Con- didate 4, Maiorette I, 2, 3, Drum Majorette 4, Girls' Basket- ball I, 2, 3, 4, Fresh.-Soph. Dance Club 2, Beta Club 3, 4, Pen Pal, Vice-President 4, F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Allied Youth 4, Intramurals I. Billie Sue Stone-Student Council Member I, 2, Junior Class Vice President , Junior Play Committee 3, May Day I, 3, Homeroom Officer 2, 4, Annual Staff 4, Girls' Chorus I, Dance Club Secretary 2, Industrial Arts Club, Vice-President 3, Dra- matics Secretary 4, Allied Youth 2, 4, French Club 3, 4. Sybil Ann Stutts-May Day I, 2, 3, Scholarship Honor Roll I, 2, Citizenship Honor Roll 2, Homeroom Officer I, 4, Annual Staff 4, Miss Blue Comet Candidate I, 2, 3, 4, Miss Blue Comet 4, Football Sponsor 3, 4, Majorette I, 2, 3, 4, Chief 4, Planning Committee for Senior Motto and Flower 4, Jr.-Sr. Decorating Committee 3, Softball Intramurals I, Fr.-Soph. Boosters Club I, French Club 3, 4, Dramatics Club 4, Girls' Chcirus I, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 3, District Chorus Contest I, ,3. Mary Swaney-May Day I, Scholarship Honor Roll I, 2, 3, Citizenship Honor Roll I, 2, 3, 4, D.E. Vice-President 4, Allied Youth 3, 4, D.E- Club 3, 4. Pat Mcbuffie Sykes-May Day I, 3, Scholarship Honor Roll I, 2, 3, Homeroom Officer I, 2, President, Miss Blue Comet Can- didate 4, Annual Staff I, D.E. 4, Cheerleader J.V. I, Band 3, Girls Chorus I, 2, 3, D.E. Club 4, D.E. Club Secretary 4, Girls Monogram Club 3, 4, Allied Youth, F.B.L.A. 4. Jimmy Tatum-Junior Play Committee 3, May Day 2, 3, Citi- zenship Honor Roll 3, Homeroom Officer I, 2, 3, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Boys' Basketball J.V. I, 2, Varsity 3, 4, All Conference 8- All Tournament Basketball Team, Most Improved Basketball Player 3, Dance Club 2, Chorus 3, Sportsman Club 4, Mono- gram Club 3, 4. Ann Taylor-Transferred from Richlands, Va.,,,May Day, Soph- omore Princess, F.H.A. 2, Dancing, F.B.L.A. 3, Band 2, 3, 4. Joe Teague-Track 3, Junior Play 3, May Day 2, 3, Citizen- ship Honor Roll 2, Homeroom Officer 2, Boys' Basketball 2, Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, Fres.-Soph, Sportman's Trophy, Jr.-Sr. Sportsman's Club Sec. 81 Treas. 4, Monogram 2, 3, 4. Larry Thomas-Junior Play Committee 3, May Day 2, 3, 4, Citizenship Honor Roll I, 2, 3, Perfect Attendance I, 2, Home- room Officer, Vice President I, Treasurer 2, Football 2, 3, 4, Boys' Chorus 2, 3, Photography Club I, Sportsman Club 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Allied Youth I. Lowell Thomas-Student Council Member 2, 4, Senior Class President 4, May Day 3, 4, Perfect Attendance 3, Annual Staff 4, Boys' Basketball 2, 3, 4, Allied Youth 2, 3, Travel Club 4, Boys' Chorus 3, Boys' Monogram Club 3, 4, Photography Club 2, Library Club 3, Vice-President 3. Katie Thompson-May Day 2, Secretary of Pen Pal Club 3, Pen Pal Club 2, Allied Youth 2, 3, French Club 3, 4, Office Assistant 3, Pen Pal Club 3, F.H.A. 4. Bobby Tolen-Band I, 2, 3, 4, Chapel Band 4, Swimming 2, 3, 4, Dancing Club 2, Boys' Chorus 4, Photography Club I, High oint Clinic 3, State Contest for Band I, 2 ,3, 4, Footbail Intramurals 4. Larry Trogdon-Junior Play 3, May Day 3, Citizenship Honor Roll 2, 3, Perfect Attendance I, 2, Pen Pals Club I, Jr.-Sr. Sportsman Club 3, 4. Nancy Turner-Transferred from Woonsocket High School R. I., Newspaper Staff 3, Mixed Chorus 3, Girls Chorus 4, Allied Youth 4. Reba Upchurch-May Day I, 2, Citizenship Honor Roll I, Annual Staff 3, 4, Booster's Club I, Allied Youth 2, 3, 4, Pres- ident 4, Dance Club 2, FICA 3, Treasurer, FBLA 3, 4, Secre- tary 4. Griffin Usher-May Day 2, Citizenship Honor Roll I, 2, 3, Travel Club I, Photography Club 2, 3, Math Club 4. Dee Anne Vestal-Junior Play 3, May Day I, 2, 3, Scholar- ship Honor Roll I, 2, 3, Citizenship Honor Roll I, 2, 3, Home- room Officer I, Annual Staff 4, Newspaper Staff 4, Fr.-Soph. Boosters Club I, Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Beta Club 3, 4, F.T.A. Secretary 4, Allied Youth I, 2, 3, 4, Dec. for Jr.-Sr. Tommy Vuncannon-D.E. 3, Boys' Chorus 4. Sylvia G. Wallace-May Day I, Citizenship Honor Roll 2, 3, Annual Staff 3, 4, Band 3, Allied Youth I, 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 3, 4, President 4, Travel Club I, 4, Dance Club I, 2. Gwen Welborn-Junior Play Committee 3, May Day 2, 3, Homeroom Officer 4, Annual Staff 4, Miss Blue Comet Candi- date 4, .lr.-Sr. Refreshment Committee 3, Fr.-Soph. Booster's Club I, Pen Pals Club 2, Girls Chorus 3, 4, Girls Chorus Con- cert 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, F.T.A. 4, Allied Youth 2. Jerry West-Scholarship Honor Roll I, Citizenship Honor Roll I, Homeroom Office 2, J.V. Basketball I, 2, Varsity Basket- ball 3, 4, Monogram Club 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, Readers Digest Club I, Discussion Club 2, Jr.-Sr. Sportsman Club 3, 4. Dickie White-Transferred from Fieldale, Va. Wanda Williams-Student Council Member I, Senior Class Treasurer 4, Junior Play 3, May Day I, 2, 3, 4, Scholarship Honor Roll I, 2, 3, 4, Citizenship Honor Roll I, 2, Perfect Attendance 3, 4, Homeroom Officer I, 4, Annual Staff 4, Miss Blue Comet Candidate 4, Cheerleader I, 2, 3, 4, Girls Basket- ball I, 2, 3, 4, Swimming 3, All-Conference, Honorable Men- tion All-State, Girls Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Allied Youth I, 2, 3, 4, Girls Monogram 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Intra- murals I, 2, 3, 4, -.Beta Club 3, 4. Alvin Williamson-Jr, Play Committee 3, Moy Day 3, Scholar- ship Honor Roll 4, Citizenship Honor Roll I, 2, 3, 4, Home- room Officer 3, Boys' Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Photography I, Dance Club 2, Jr.-Sr. Sportsman Club 4, French Club 4, Boys Monogram Club I, Decorating Committee 3. Patsy Yates-Citizenship Honor Roll 2, 3, Photography Club I, 2, 3, Secretary I, Dramatics Club 4. 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Church Street SPORTING GOODS we specialize Phone 2367 Asheboro In wedding Cakes Compliments Compliments of of STOWE'S GREENHOUSES WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE 91 . in ff, Vx mf:-T' 4 "'rJdJX4JJQxA"rP.-"A'1'T1f'NT , 5' -f4f , . aff K' ' --I' ,.'-" ' gf" 'Sm . ' , 'fp . 'T pil- ' I gif' -'!J:'0.Jf"f: 'r':"y'! lx' ,.i"' 'JI' A if--F luv' 'Tj A Shop at 391' c A T o ' s Asheboro's FRIENDLY LADIES' STORE THOMAS S. REDDING I.C.C., HAULING LUMBER G GRAIN Asheboro, N. C. Compliments WESTPORT, VALENTINE, of 'UM"NG 'ACK' My "OBE Rows 'rAu.oklNG COMPANY Sunset Ave. Asheboro Complimenfg AND ADVERTISING CO. of 1518 S. F tt 'II Dial 6270 aye ev' e Asheboro TOWN MODES McGILL'S TAXI Dial 2181 Two Way Radio Controlled Asheboro's Oldest Drug Co. ASHEBORO DRUG CO. Phone 2167 GRIMES JEWELRY co. C"""":f"':"'5 Asheboro, N. C. ASHEBORO'S OLDEST JEWELERS HOP'S BARBECUE Across From the Post Office Compliments Compliments of of WOODLEY FURNITURE CO. FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES H' 6 H' CLOTHING W. A. HINSHAW AGENCY GENERAL INS. INS. BROKERS QUALITY BLIND 8 AWNING Co Phone 4190 "Anything for the Window" Stedman Bldg. Asheboro FARLOW FU N ERAL HOME AMBULANCE SERVICE Best Wishes of THE BANK OF RANDOLPH Phone 2115 Asheboro KIZER LAUNDERERS at CLEANERS P6 Phone 2131 A h b N th C I Compliments of STOCKNER-BARNES, INC. FRIGIDAIRE APPLIANCES ASHEBORO MOTOR COMPANY CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH Sales and Service H. R. TROLLINGER Cr SONS "REALTORS" HERLOCKER OIL COMPANY Distributors of SINCLAIR PRODUCTS Dial 4242 VICK BROTHERS ELECTRIC COMPANY CITY TIRE 6' AUTO SERVICE CONTRACTING - REPAIRING RECAPPING TIRE VULCANIZING SII N. Fayetteville S. 914 N. Fayetteville Dial 4247 MID-STATE INSURANCE AGENCY C0mPIimenfS of COMPLETE INSURANCE COVERAGE Phone 2030 BURROWS HEATING Cr FURNITURE CO. HAMMOND ESSO 224 S. Fayetteville St. Phone 9024 THE RANDOLPH GUIDE YOUR HOMETOWN NEWSPAPER Interested In Both Young And Old "Where Quality and Price Meet" ROSE FURNITURE CO. I43-I47 N. Fayetteville St. THE JEWEL BOX "FAMOUS FOR DIAMONDS" Asheboro I44 Sunset Ave. Asheboro Compliments of Compliments J. B, JoHNs of REALTOR msukok BOBO'S SHOE SHOP Compliments of Compliments of FAMILY SHOE STORE Asheboro P Cr P CHAIR COMPANY M vffyf' WK I W l,L Visit Our I Men's and Boy's Department C PI I HALL-KNOTT, mc. "' D. W. HOLT G' COMPANY COBLE DAIRY X PRODUCTS COOP., INC. Ice Cream - Milk Ph 2241 R N C HUDSON-BELK COMPANY Randolph Coun'ry's Shopping Center Compliments of CAROLINA POWER Cr LIGHT COMPANY Compliments of CUT-RATE HOUSE FURNISHING CO., INC. RETAIL FURNITURE ASHEBORO - ROBBINS ENTERPRISE OIL CO., INC. I:Oy8I'I'eVIIIe Compliments Phone 4221 of WOOD MUTUAL AGENCY A NEW HOME U wafh the some Phone - 2347 C""'P""'e"'5 of DURHAM PRINTING CO. , , , , , The Home Building, Inc. Printing Engraving Publishing Asheboro' North Carolina I305 S. Cox Asheboro C . WRlGHT'S STUDIO ompluments of RED'S CHICKEN HUT MARSTON WRIGHT, Photographer Portrait - Wedding - Commercial Photography, Expert Photo Finishing II7 Trade St. Asheboro CITY TIRE G AUTO SERVICE 9I4 N. Fayetteville Phone 4247 Compliments of FOODLINE SUPER MARKET 96 qi' Combined Weighi 347 Lbs. for men and boys. There is strength to spare in Stedman underwear Yet it is wonderfully soft :ind coinfortzible! Strong seams, strong 10070 combed cotton, and uniform knitting are all demonstrated here. Labora- tory controis and tests guarantee you underwear of consistent quality. Make sure the next underwear you buy is Stedman . . . the 'Controlled Qzmlify' underwear. You must be fully satisfied with the way every ' ' ' ' ' money back. gairment wears, washes and Continues to fit . . . O1 you: Lf in Xwy tx W 5' '97 7 f gy ,M V Vg! NN 'M W - milk A fy t f rf VN , ll NCQ A LQPV M , it f 1 U 5 ' U 3 ' M M lr jl K ' ' . ,X xg N ,QQQV f if be SOUTHERN 2.--rj N 3 yo! ALQQL , 'S cRowN MILLING COMPANY A 4 X- JP? PM Xgzff x J Asheboro, North Carolina A Fly A Manufacturers of A L "'- 1 GOLD BOND FLouR Til' A , IA, I l A Plain and Self-Rising . C BLUE RIBBON coRN MEAL Ni 'Vo FSATEN Plain and Self-Rising R BLUE RIBBON FEEDS I Compliments Vestal s Men Shop, lnc. f o Clothing and Sportswear For Men and Boys FLOOR COVERING Compliments of C I' "'n""ne"'f" Auto sAuas, mc. of Your DeSoto - Plymouth Dealer G E N E R A L 503 North Fayetteville Street Phone 2500 H A R D W A R E A N D L U M B E R Compliments of FOX PROFESSIONAL DRUG CO. 5l6 S. F tt vill St. C 0 M P A N Y Phone 5225 aye e e Asheboro l N C . Compliments of VON'S RESTAURANT 427 S. Fayetteville St. 98 ' I KIM' 778044 if 1 IW' 17,60-fu ,Mfgd fhwu IL--2211 Dv Eff0vA- 'I gnu, , B541 ' L' . cl 'W 71- Aawv , rj, 11912- .rf'g"3",, n!2,-u,,.'g,g,g.1,4,-2, fer,-49 -Enalgfaiig . .jx Ji,,oA,4: ffwfl ,Jul f l 26f"7:""3 ,121 ,,+ 1,41-l,TjL,L Chg- . J ' My vm M, an tg, twig, .Um 'ini' ffciilwsj ,V , of Q J Compliments J U ' JAAUQK 'APL- Jff-'v fL'lAA,-:J 1:22-5, Q-,:,77Hf,,p-0,3-, of Tblfx .,,4-AXJLVQ-so .ffl Yf':h'I,j-. ,JJ qljlvp. cf"'V'1',C' 'HJ "4-1fi',lLv 5-x,f7A1d .,'h"f1Q.IAEJ on WU IVA' 4" -'11,-f 1,111 f'v-4. .',.,,1ff712-f ffl-AM, WJ ff- J . TL Aff J""L 'jlA..g,fq,?,..-Il 'U ltk'60:f-4 GUILFORD DAIRY extends its most sincere BEST WISHES for continued QI . success to the graduating 'll f class of Asheboro High. GUILFORD DAIRY 428 N. Fayetteville St. Asheboro, North Carolina Phone 4171 O26 111356 99 J QWQCQYM '53 0 WX J Compliments Off? Q Q! of 1 J Mfg f Mm 33,0 , . wfigflfy F ELECTRIC ,O f 1 fq X pup KEARNS SERVICE DRUG Open Nights 9:30 Sundays 2:00-6:00 Compliments of ARMY NAVY STORE Phone 2216 coFriN Cr scARsoRo Night 3985 QUALITY SHOES Hoi.LiNGswoR'rH's Compliments "YOUR QUALITY JEWELERSH of PUGH'S C""""L"'e"'S FUNERAL HOME 0 FfTNER-MooRE coMPANY, INC. WWI fini , ,. . C, w..xQ"77' ff wo" ivfl'Liff3 ,iw--ff'i ,. ,rr '1'-27' 1 l'4,,fif- D. t'.I!v,i,Ly..' r X I 1.4 I . X ?i'l,,,l,1,11 rt? ' Ui' T ,,L.:+f' :,,JM' UU' ' C of swift.. il AIA.. J AY T f' .f?"" , F - , , L' " li- rr41f0' 5!.V,ll H 517' W L. gl "-" v,?3pj7,,ffff'i --jfnf' ry It lwfk- 1 1 1, , . 1' , ,lg ,f ,f , Ji ,nf . COMPLIMENTS City Cafe Amos Furniture Co. Nance Chevrolet Co. S C1 W Cafe Randolph Rexall Drugs Riddle - McNeely, Inc. Dixie Dew Cafe Carolina Gulf Service Burge Flower Shop Asheboro TV Center Elliott's Seafood Market Delk Florist Bonk's Dry Cleaners Carolina Drive Inn Ham's TV Service OF Asheboro Electric Co. Clark's Amoco Buttercup lce Cream Co. Kay's Master Gulf Service Bullard Florist Gold Shop The Laundrytorium James O. Walton Bunting F. F. Hosiery Auto Supply Co. Freeman Service Station Mitchell's Super Market L. C. Robbins Paint Cr Paper J. l.. WllSOI1, Watch Repairs at Rogers Jewelers lOl I aff' P' f W lf tl 6494 lf WW' 'llnfli-V 7 hldcdlccafjj I ! , I ! 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