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

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Bri new f ff f 1 sm! , , mm 9421'- a:..' new E5 Fifi ..... ...W il EE, us- Page Six A S111 A emurizlm MARTHA GRACE OCLESBY December 12, 1941 February 19, 1955 "Death Be Not Proudv And what is to cease breathing, but to free the breath from its restless tides, that it may rise and expand and seek God unencumbered? For life and death are one, even as the river and the seas are one. The youth of all the yesteryears gave us a world of today complex with problems of terror, dreams of the future, little hope within the despair. The answer lies with you, and you, and youg for somewhere among the youth of today are minds capable of discovering ways to world peace, ways to deeper and more fulfilling lives, ways to new appreciation of beauty in art or literature or music, just as there have been minds capable of splitting the atom. Our immediate purpose in high school is to discover our talents and capabilities. ASH-HI-LIFE is a pictorial history of our progress along the way. l 1 ss 12 H: . , W gf Q 3' LF ' , 2 ,. N. ,gs , , -A -,Q-rm Mrk-,ikfk , . 78, I efl,L's5'?iI ,,.. lflwwi "-- , f- ,fm V, A f '-51359153113 K Yi' --I - Llfifw .I Ef5i5T1E'f55E5TfEtk- K' 1' -'I 'l' i"f'V ' u5.Y",f: -fiz"'W 1113? Jlifiii. . K .ig f I M M .-.f ff ,Q 'J-:,f-ms 1 - K ff 5- as 2242 v f we M 11:11 Y S I , W2 K Kzzxfzifyzif ' K .., W ififfgekzif 'A ' 55551.15 ' 5, K 'J .-, R+. f Page Ten V .m V. K MA 'Kv..,wA ""m.,,..V.,-' .1-ff SUPERINTENDENT SECRETARY MR. GUY B. TEACHEY MRS. MILDRED CHRISCO ASHEBORO CITY SCHOOL BOARD ' Mr. L. H. Morgan, Dr. R. Suggs, Mr. Frank Teachey, Mr. Robert Reese, Mr. Iames R. Lane, Mr Redding, Jr., Chairman, Dr. Frank Edmondson, Mr. C. R. Smith, Mr. W. Plummer, Mr. O. Yates. I. D. Croom, Mr. C. E. Hughes. Standing: Mr. Guy B. ' If we make decisions, govern ourselves, understand civiliza- tion, we must learn. Thus, We entrust to our teachers the minds and hearts of ourselves, and through them, our nation survives. In today's world, the fruits of happiness are not within the reach of the ignorant. We therefore believe that no profession is more essential to our lives, no more deserving of our respect than that of our teachers. Page Eleven 5554 2,51 1:51, , fl :fri 5T'Qi5VL,1Q17'M4 Urmwyr rf 1- 'f gfg-:22.fflQ.h .gym . 1,. ,, ,,-iA, , Usa ?f5?1'lwjiS3f2Zfw fy ' g,,gf1x.z.f- li f 4 ADMINISTRATIQ f E MRS. OLIMBE D. HOLT 1 Secretary MRS. MARY W. ATKINS English, Spanish HELEN BOSTICK Science, F renchl MR. LEE C. PHOENIX Principal Mas. KITTIE J. Mas ECAVENESS 1 E qcnafm, English E f I MISS PATRICIA ANN ELLIOTT .uv,,.,i?i.55lf4:e-'Q if .- mic, E,g?1TL5w1H2fs. . , 1Qf'f"ZI ,543 nz ..yg.g:..g gg ., 21. "Ji - -' fee. 4 vw-2-,-w .5 Yiffiizisgwlbf 'I " ' 'fVl'i'f3l.Ejf?3Tvfi?1P.'1 f MRS. BARBARA B. HILL Distributioe Education English MRS. MILDRED T. FAIRCLOTH English, I ournalism MR. JOSEPH B. FIELDS Band MRS. LENA R. FLENNIKEN English MR. SAL M. GERO Social Studies MISS ANGELYN GLISSON Physical Education MR. DWIGHT M. HOLLAND Art MP.. ALEC 1. HUBST, 111. Physical Education MR. RALPH M. HODGES Mathematics, Science Qu' MISS MERLE ETTA LANCASTER Science MRS. ERMA T. LONG Mathematics MRS. MARY B. MCKINLEY English, Speech-Dramatics MR. IVEY CEDDIE MANESS English, Socml Studies MR. WILLIAM L. MILLER, IR. Industrial Arts, Science MISS MARY MOFFITT Librarian MRS. ANNE H. MOORE Commercial MR. E. C. MORGAN Mathematics MISS ELIZABETH PHILLIPS Home Economics MRS. RUBY T. RICH Science vngwpv MRS. IESSIE 1. WILLIAMSON Chorus MR. B. E. SCOTT Industrial Arts MRS. RUBY B. SMITH Mathematics MR. LEE I. STONE Driving, Science, General Business MR. DONALD THOMAS Social Studies, Mathematics MR. WILLIAM F. VAN HOY, IR. Social Studies MRS. KATHLEEN C. WHATLEY Commercial MISS LEONA WOOD English MISS RUTH WOODARD Social Studies, Home Economics MISS LANTA WINSLOW Social Studies 1, First row: Rene Swaim, Linda Tatum, Elizabeth Pugh, Hunsucker, Kenton McCartney, Tommy Redding, Sue Keams, Cerelda Hughes, Judy Lassiter, Patsy Mike Auman, Billy Robinson, Harold Wright, Hugh Ussery, Judy Stutts. Second row: Bill Joyner, Whitey Roberts, Morris Thomas. First row: Kay Rich, Barbara Harris, Dink Watson, Spinks, Jimmy Riddle, Bob Hughes, Jackie Spencer, Kathleen Clark, Judi Klipfel, Anne Williams. Second Billy Ridge, Danny Smith. row: Mark Wolfe, Pervis Greene, Joe Abernethy, Dean f 1 ' A . f kg fn f1,iL?iH5' , . - E' -fafkiinfifffii if" ' - A K. r wi 7775"ii':':'5.. 1314 '- 1'- ,Qff iffy ! . Y g N A qw.: A g -an H vim: L K 9 3' N' me STUDENT COUNCIL PRESIDENT FACULTY ADVISOR V STEVE GLASS MR. RALPH HODGES T " 'Abd VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER BETSY YORK BONNIE' CHANDLER -IIMMYf LANE Page 'X ,A i. Exchange students to some, foreign neighbors to us. You're a monitor, but I have my pass. 52 . Q v Student activity room-where are the Student Council officers and sponsor work together as the "big five." boys. Page Eighteen Look who's hungry again. The tradition of Student Council is deeply rooted at Asheboro High School. Through its of- ficers, elected by the students, Asheboro Higl affairs are largely controlled by them. The council is headed by a president, vice- president, secretary, and treasurer. These officers together with homeroom representatives, and theii advisor, Mr. Ralph M. Hodges, make up the Stu dent Council. At the core of the student government is the honor system. The fact that our honor system Workl can be seen by the most casual visitor. It is ou aim eventually to pay tribute to honor in the class room. It is the objective that ultimately we cal hope to attain-even during examinations. This organization takes full responsibility fo enforcing the code of honor, respect, and democ racy. In order to do this We endeavor to promoti a sense of personal growth in students and to adop only the regulations that merit the approval of botl faculty and students. U Chief among the values which the social studies program con- tributes to the individual and to the school progranxis the de- velopment of the ability to meet situations that involve social re- lationships. The development of being historically mindedg an awareness of the interdepen- dence between man and his vironmentg that democracy the fundamental pattern for group living in America are the phases of practical emphasis. Ultimately the particular ob- jective of the program is to get the student to see the world about him as a place in which he lives and works, and to get him to assume or it a better place -for and oduns.1luough a study of peace PURE GUAGE Through the study of the Romance languages, French and Spanish, students increase their knowledge of the speech, litera- ture, arts, and customs of dif- ferent nations. This opportunity promotes a keen interest in peo- ple of other lands. Here we seek to create a spirit of understand- ing and cooperation in dealing with peoples of other nations and with problems common to all. BIGLOGY Accepting the challenge of present-day trends in education, the science department, with its courses in gcncral science, biology, chemistry, and physics, crcatcs enthusiasm and interest in contem- porary achievements and stimulates the thinking of students to pursue a scientific profession. life 'Z' I-fr' f MATHEMATICS The mathematics department offers courses which are designed to fit the needs of each individual student. All of the courses help students to think quantitatively and to reason logically, There are ad- vanced courses for those who are preparing for careers in mathematics and related fields. Ultimately, the chief objective is to cause the stu- dent to discover the aesthetic as well as the practical values and benefits of mathematics. Page Twenty-Two 5 4 ,...- 'IM KI' lvl-Q. 15 an jr , 5 is s s ,pi TH 3 fried The homemaking department provides a program of organized experiences designed to help in- school and out-of-school groups in the .solution of their family living problems in the home, in the school, and in the community, and assists them in assuming responsi- OMEMAKI G PHYSICAL EDUQATIO COMM ERCIAL bilities of homemaking. ,f mf 5......Q The ,physical education program strives to develop physical fitness and mental alertness through varied aspects of health, first aid, and rhythmic activities. The business education department endeavors to develop skills,' attitudes, and understandings that are essential for the successful direction of day-to-day business operations. 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GLADYS THOMPSON MIKE THOMPSON PATRICIA THORNBURG JO THORNBURG TONY THREADGILL CAROL TILLMAN ARTHUR TROGDON BONNIE TROGDON PAMELA TROGDON PEGGY TROGDON SALLIE TROGDON PAT TURLINGTON JOE TURNER NIKI UNDERWOOD TERRY UNDERWOOD RICHARD UPDYKE BILL UPTON PATRICIA USSERY WILLIAM VESTAL JIMMY VUNCANNON JIMMY WADE BIBBA WALKER CAROLYN WALKER KENNETH WALKER MITCHELL WALKER SANDRA WALKER CHARLES WARD LARRY WARD DAVID WAY LINDA WHITAKER LOUISE WILKERSON BARBARA WILSON JAKIE WILSON PA'I'TY WILSON GLENDA WINNINGHAM RONNIE WOODLEY FRANK WRIGHT HAROLD WRIGHT LARRY WRIGHT SHIRLEY WRIGHT LINDA YATES TOLER YATES ROY YARBERRY MARTHA YOUNG LINDA YOW Now take the next ten chapters And furthermore . . . I don't care what you said, Mr Van fOr f0mOI'r0W- Hoy, it was the Economic and SOCIHI Council. Page Sixty My mother told me there would be days like this. Look, you blockheadl The answers these students give! Is there anyone llstenmg? ."""' MM.,-M41 ,1,. 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LINDA CAMERON NANCY CANOY TIM CARROLL TOMMY CARTER GRADY CAVENESS BETTY CAVINESS CHARLES CHRISCO TOM CLEEK KAREN CLODFELTER LINDA COCKERHAM BENNY COLE GAYLE COLEMAN JOHNNY COLTRANE ALICE COOPER DORIS COOPER RICHARD COOPER JANE COVINGTON - ELLEN COX MARTHA COX MARVIN COX RAEFORD COX RUSSELL COX BETTY CRANFORD LARRY CRANFORD PHILLIP CRANEORD CAROLYN CRAVEN JERRY CRAVEN CHRIS CRAWFORD RONNIE CREECH ED DALTON JIMMY DANIEL JEROME DAVIDSON J. B. DAVIS DIANE DENNIS RUBY DOUCAN CLINTON DUNNING Page- Sixty-Three I Q I Page Sixty-Four DAVID DURHAM BETTY JANE DUTE TONY DWIGGINS PRISCILLA EDWARDS DON ESSICK JAMES FLOYD FRANCES FREEMAN KAY FREEMAN PHIL FREEMAN PATTY FRYE LARRY FURR NELL GARDNER RITA GARKALNS JIMMY GENTRY JANICE COINS CAROL ANN HALL STEVE HAMILTON MACKIE HAMMER NICKY HANCOCK BECKY HARDIN MARY HARDIN JIMMY HARVELL PAT HARWELL BILLY HAYWORTH FAYE HENSON DARNELL HILL SHARON HINSHAW HAL HODGIN JERRY HOGAN DEAN HOLT JUDY HOLT BILLY HOOVER KARLEEN HORNER CERELDA HUGHES MARY HUGHES LARRY HUNTER REBECCA HURLEY EMMA HUSSEY HARRY ISLEY JOHN JAMES JAMES JARRELL BARBARA JARVIS BEN JENKINS EUGENE JOHNSON ANN JONES DALMA JONES PRISCILLA JONES BILL JOYNER PATRICIA JUDD SUE KEARNS SHIRLEY KIMERY BARBARA KINDLEY FRANCES KINDLEY C. L. KING JOHN NEWTON KING BILL KIRBY STEVE KIRKMAN MARTHA KIVETT BONNIE KNIGHT JIMMIE FAYE KNOWLES DARRELL LAMB DIANE LANE DOROTHY LANE LA RUE LANIER W. C. LASSITER JAMES LEMONS DOROTHY LESTER EUGENIA LEWALLEN DEVENIA LEWIS WANDA LUCAS CAROL LUCK JERRY LUCK EDDIE LYNDON DALE MCBRIDE KENTON MOCARTNEY JOHN MCCORMICK RAY MCDONALD EDWIN MCGRATH LINDA MCNAIR BRENDA MCNEILL JERRY MCNEILL ' SUE CAROL MCPHERSON JOEL MCRAE . TIM MADARIS - BETTY MANESS DIANE MAYBERRY PAT MILES CAROLINE MILLER CHARLES MILLER LUTHER MILLER SARAH MILLER ANN MOFFITT L. C. MOFFITT TOMMY MOFFITT JANET MOODY JERRY MOORE ,, JUDY MOORE LINDA MOORE WAYNE MOORE CANDY MORGAN DALE MORGAN GENE MORGAN ' TOMMY MORGAN CLIFFORD MYERS . ROBERT NANCE, IR. JOHN NEAL CHARLES NELSON JANE OWEN ARTHUR OWENS BETTY PARHAM WILLIAM PATE MAX POOLE MICHAEL PRESCOTT CONNIE PRICE ELIZABETH PUGH FRANCES PYRTLE GORDON RAGSDALE HOWARD REDDING - IO ANN RICE BOBBY RICH LOUISE JO RICH A CAROLYN RICHARDSON CAROL ROBBINS CHARLENE ROBBINS EARLENE ROBBINS MICHAEL ROBBINS BILLY ROBINSON WILLA ROBINSON LEWIS RULAND ANN SANDERS ROBERT SAUNDERS RICHARD SEABOLT CHARLENE SHANAS CARSON SHAW LINDA SHAW LARRY SHELTON BOBBY SHIRLEY ELLEN SILER HOWARD SKEEN BETSY SMITH JAMES SMITH MARYLIN SMITH STEVIE SMITH JAMES WSPIVEY GENEVA STALEY JULIAN STALEY LOUISE STALEY ERANDA SUE STALLINGS BILL STEVENS MICKEY STRAYHORN MIKE STROUD IO ELLEN SWAIM ' RENE SWAIM FAYE SWANEY Page S ixty-Five Page Sixty-Six Present in body, but not in mind. JIM SWANEY LINDA TATUM SANDRA TATUM MARTHA TEDDER TOMMY THROWER DONALD THOMPSON TUCKER THOMPSON CLAY TROGDON RAY TROGDON WAYNE TROGDON IRENE TROTTER MAXTON UNDERWOOD SHIRLEY VUNCANNON RUSTY WALKER CAROL WALSER ANN WARD JOHNNY WARD LINDA WARD ANN WAY LARRY WAY BILLY WELCH VICKIE WELCH WILLIAM WEST ROBERT WHITSTINE RICHARD WHITWORTH LIBBY WILLIAMS MARK WILLIAMS JUDY WILSON RONNIE WINSLOW GLEN VVOODLEY JOHNNY WOODRUFF BRENDA WRIGHT CATHERINE WRIGHT OLYN WRIGHT JANE YARBOROUGH MILTON YATES SAMMY YATES ELVIN YORK VAUGHN YORK GLENNYESS YOUNG How 'm I doing, Clim? , ., 4. .W -, ' '-- ,.,.f ,.4.q,. N. Z? 1"f"""".,v. -" if "' -5' I uv: ' I A-ff ...P 7 W P . 4 A ,, Q, -xl" 1 , I -:L W 3-...M- F2215 -x z.-,,,",-gr? , W U SIC 9 9 - I .www-r4f1'Q H M 'jul H1 CHAPEL BAND Page Sixty-Eight ' .W L 4L,.. mu, IOSEPH B. FIELDS LaVonne Stout, Kay Hauser, Betty Lucas, Brenda Snow, Ioyce Humble. Seventy-six trombones led the big parade. Ann Bortner, Linda Staton, Kay Sexton, Carol Trotter, Judy Stutts, Karleen Horner, Eunice Shaw, Candy Morgan. 2. Orchestral, popular, and martial music for school functions, athletic events, as- sembly programs, parades, and concerts is performed by the high school band which is composed of junior and senior high school students. Band, a fully ac- credited course, establishes self-disci- pline in the individual and provides musical stimulation for school spirit. 3 ,i Developing our appreciation for music, a knowledge of the theory of music, and the ability to sing effectively, the choral groups present concerts from time to time each year as the culminating experiences of their study and endeavors in the classroom. BOYS' CHORUS GIRLS, CHORUS CHORALETTES N SO ILLIAM ector B-5: ,Q P-qs B EE 535 LTI I S CHORU XED MI ui Di 2 Ev ?'4'5 ix , A-S 9, 'Q . '-1 Q ., 1- ww ...M mm.-uu2.Mv Fe 1 ,A A .M 5, P , L38 f L Q W mms im ,ww was 'ACTIVITIES ,wb OU I K V, The Key Club, sponsored by the Kiwanis Club, endeavors to put into practice the ideals and objec- tives of Kiwanis on a teen-age level. It is organized for the pur- pose of developing leadership, citizenship, and service to the school and community. Ki" WWW, 3' u Q.-...pf JIMMY RIDDLE President JOE ABERNETHY TOM ABERNETHY ROLAND ASHBURN RICHARD CARTER PHILIP CHEEK SAM CRANFORD DAVID DALTON STEVE GLASS, Secretary JERRY HAMILTON TOMMY HICKS BOB HUGHES RICHARD HURLEY WILLIS JOHNSON, Vice-President BILLY LANE JIMMY LANE MARK LEGGETT MEIIL LEMONS JAN MOFFITT TOMMY REDDING JIMMY RIDDLE BILLY RIDGE HUGH ROBERTS JIMMY SCOTT MARTIN SMITH JACKIE SPENCER, Treasurer DEAN SPINKS eff-2. tw -I UTM? The purpose of the Beta Club is to promote the ideals of honesty, sewice, and leadership among high school students, and to aid students in the advance- ment of their education. JACKIE SPENCER President WILLIS JOHNSON Vice-President PAT GORE Secretary MARK LEGGETT Treasurer LESLIE BEDDING Program Chairman MISS HELEN BOSTICK Sponsor FUTURE TEACHER OF AM ERICA The Future Teachers of America seeks to enable its mem- bers to study the qualities related to successful teachingg to develop an appreciation for our democratic educational-heritageg and to secure informationon vocational opportunities in educa- tion. Through pre-vocational activities, potential teachers develop a readiness for teacher education and are motivated to choose appropriate fields of preparation. RACHEL TROGDON ........ . President ELIZABETH LESTER R ...... Viice-Paesident MARY BELLE PATEZ tti. ...,.. ' . . . Segfetary NANCY KIZER ..... A Treasurer VEE CRANFORD ..... . . Reporter JANE PRITCHARD .......,.,.. IUDI KLIPFEL ..,..... A, . .R Sogtg Leader HOLLINGSYQEORTH N gliistiyrian FRANCES SI NE .,.. Club zggpfesenzqfive MRS. I. CAVENESS a T N A v - T t PHYLLIS BULLA President IULIA ANN HAMMER Vice-President The Future Business Leaders of America is the organization which has as its pur- pose the training of members as capable and efficient secretaries. The girls gain actual SANDRA rsiu DOLLYHICH it Recording Secretary F ' ' S I 1 BRENDA YORK ' Corresponding LEADER A QF AM ERICA Secfmy xperience serving as secretaries and helpers to the faculty members and as assistants in the irincipal's office. V ' Tr e asa 1, e 1, LINDA SPIVEY Reporter MRS. ANNE H. . MGORE Sponsor mi. ..,.,:.,5, m1:?: ,,Qi,,, ., : - : ,,,,,,,.. -V ,, ., 1, V .--ia, ..,-. . :m ai 2. Z.. , .. A .M-. ii, -6. ,-,t i . MISS ELIZABETH PHILLIP Sponsor Miss RUTH WOODARD l Sponsor 'rv' in QT? DLI , 0 'Y'-if it FUTURE HOMEMAKER OE AMERICA t The F.H.A. is a national organization of students practicing and studying homemaking in high school. The club strives to better? home and family life and to develop leadership and social qualities. How One: Sandra Allen, President, Maggie Barhce, Treasurer, Becky Beane, Elaine Beane, Marilyn Boone, Ann Bortner, Song leader, Audrey Brady, Shelby Bunting, Pu-porter, Linda Burkheart. Row Two: Roberta Byrd, Jane Carter, Secretary, Carol Cornelison, Brenda Councilman, Naney Davis, Pat Dempsey, Jerri Sue Dunn, Sylvia Dunn, Ann Edmonds. Row Three: Nancy Everall, Lorraine Freeman, jan Coins, Kay Hauser, Sue Hudspeth, Nancy Huggins, Joyce Humble, Dianne Kennedy, Iona Loflin. Row Four. Betty Page Seventy-Eight Maness, Carol Maness, Historian, Linda Moffitt, Vice-President, Gold: Morton, Brenda McBride, Ann McNeace, Parliamentariang Betty Parham Row Five: Brenda Parks, Pat Poe, Dorothy Roedel, Brenda Ronth, Dorothj Slatc, Brenda Snow, Shirley Staton. Row Six: VVanda Stout, Pam Trogdonl Mary Tucker, Pat Turlington, Linda VVard. Row Seven: Nancy VVham, Sylviz XVinslow. 1 UE! The objectives of the French Club are to interest and to inform its members as to the culture of France, and her contributions to American ideas and life. NANCY IOYNER .....r.. ....., P resident MARTHA THREADGILL . . . . . . Vice-President VEE CRANFORD ......,. ..., S ecretary TOMMY ROBINSON ..... ..., T reasurer MISS HELEN BOSTICK . . , . . , Sponsor br' X? Row One: Claudette Stephens, Betty Cross, Brenda McBride, Louise Spencer, Linda Lewallen, Joanne Richardson, Bobby Smith. Row Two: Charles Cox, Glenn Hill, Vemon Trogdon, Bobby Cross. Row One: Mrs. Barbara B. Hill, lack Hill, Maxine Neal, lay Hoover, Phyllis Howell. Row Two: James York, Bobby Jordan, Bobby Hill, Ruby Lowe. DI TRIBUTIVE EDUCATION CLUB Page Eighty The purposes of the D. E. program are to com- bine classroom instruction and part-time work experience and to establish a better public relationg ship between the school and the business com- munity. It also provides training for the students' careers in distribution. JAMES YORK ............ .......... P resident BETTY CROSS ,....,......,.... Vice-President IOANNE RICHARDSON . . . Associate President CLAUDETTE STEPHENS ......... V. . Secretary MAXINE NEAL ........,............ Treasurer PHYLLIS HOWELL LOUISE SPENCER .... .... R eporters Affg' '9 Vi' ff' -9149! is .,wA? DI E-R IFIED QCCL PATIONS CLUB The purpose of the D.O. Club is to direct, guide, and prepare its members for full-time employment by providing part-time work .nd classroom instruction.- JOM ABERNETHY .... ........ P resident JERRY HANCOCK ........... OHNNY SPENCER . . . . . . Vice-President NANCY EVERALL ..... . . . . . . . JANCY WHAM ...... .,.... S ecretary MR. MERTON H. BRANSON TOM ABERNETHY LUCY ALLRED WILLIAM BEANE SAMMY BRISTOW SHELBY BUNTING CHARLES BURROWS EDWIN CHRISCOE VERNON COUNCILMAN LEONARD COX NANCY DAVIS JIMMY EDMONDS NANCY EVERALL WADE COINS BOBBY HILL GERALD HUBBARD WALKER REDDING STEVE ROBBINS DANNY SMITH BILL THOMAS ROGER THOMPSON NANCY WHAM LEON YOW MR. MERTON H. BRANSON ' Sponsor .. Treasurer . . . Reporter . . . Sponsor PERVIS GREENE JERRY HANCOCK TOMMY HARRIS DIANNE JACKSON ARCHIE LANIER LARRY LEWIS THELMA MARION LARRY RICHARDSON JOHNNY SPENCER IRIS THOMAS Page Eighty-One The objectiveiof the Pen Pal Club is to promote interna- tional friendship and understanding, Through letter exchanges with students of many lands, information is received and shared among the members of the club and student body in programs and group discussions. WAYNE HUDSPETH . . . ......... President ROY SINK ............ ..... V ice-President SUE SMITH ......... .p ..... Secretary SHELBY TROGDON ........... . Q . . Treasurer BETH BRILES ...............,. ,. ..,. Reporter 'MR WILLIAM F. VAN HOY, IR. . . . . . Sponsor PEI PAL CLUB QUILL A D SCROLL CLUB The purpose of the Quill and Scroll Club is to encourage and reQ ward individual achievement in ioumalism and school publicationsg to raise the standards in the field of publicationsg and to direct the course of high school journalism. "" 1" '5"Wm"1:'L' 'M ii " W' "5-V'V""""" ' ' 'M' "' A J 'L A " ' ' W LN ww E JOE ABERNETHY ,...., President DELORES POOLE . . Vice-President PATRICIA NEAL .r..... Secretary BRENDA THOMPSON . . Treasurer FRANCES FAIRCLOTH . Reporter MRS. MILDRED T. FAIRCLOTH Sponsor Page Eighty-Three MG ITORS' CLUB The objectives of the Monitors' Club are to develop personal leadershipg to promote better and more school spiritg and to attain a true sense of cooperation between students and the faculty in all school activities. BETSY YORK .... l..... P resident SUE HUNT ......... .... V ice-President IANE PRITCHAHD .... ..,. S ecretary IIMMY SCOTT ..... ................... T reasurer STEVE CLASS ........,................ ...... .... S t udent Council Coordinator I MRS. MARY B. MCKINLEY Sponsor Page Eighty-F our The primary aim of the Science-Mathematics Club is to further the interest in science and mathematics and to stimulate and developkthe abilities fer creative iV and scientif' fic thmkmg. ' Q fsii I I I BILLY LANE ......,. 4 iii . President DEAN SPINKS ......... . .. Vice-President EDDIE SWICECOOD .... ...... S ecretary DAILY DERR ............ . . . Treasurer MRS. RUBY B. SMITH MRS. RUBY T. RICH .... Sponsors CLUB 2 3 4 l A , vf R. 1 q pr gf ll 45 yr 4 - N - ,e-' 4 .sy H y V." ff' YQ x 5, S' 1 K" - P if 'f . f - aff! .. Q , x V , 4,174 ik 1' ,,.,, L,-i S Agiif X Q' Fir L i 'Ti ' X xl cffff N12 ffl 2 , J! KSN, r M. , L www? A' E Qin AMATEUR RADIO CLUB YZ ,4 i f ? 6 2 5 xi :B ex 4, 112 If ff sg we id 2 as The Amateur Radio Club promotes further interest and study in amateui radio work, and assists members in becoming licensed amateur operators. The club is establishing an amateur radio station as its outstanding project of the year Page Eighty-Eight LUTHER HODGIN ................................,.......... Presiden: IERRY HOLT ...... .... V ice-Presidenn F RANKIE MILLER . . . ......, Secretarg JIMMY WALTON .... . . . T reasurea MICHAEL CROSS .... .... R eporte: MB. B. E. SCOTT .... . . . Sponsoa Projects of the club this year include storage areas for the industrial arts laboratory, bookends for teachers, and lec- ture stands for the classrooms. I DU TRIAL ARTS CLUB The Industrial Arts Club is established to' improve our high school through membership con- struction projects that will be of lasting benefit to us, our fellow students, and our school. ROY SINK President LARRY RICH Vice-President BROUCHTON SELLARS Secretary MAHLON SNIDER Treasurer MARTIN SMITH Reporter WILLIAM L MILLER IR Sponsor 4' .,." .. ku,-I K, 9,4 gfkffi, 'H 5 g'jK-fg'f,ki5l 5 iYIvffggg2fw ff5f 2Zz s ig-3i7l:?'57?'fig- QLQ. . Hmm 5'W" '?' ,liz QQMSZXZES 'W asm iff tmff 5 Mqsw.. gUf"A'?1'f S inf ' ' Mai :Sis-1 f wi ,Q , lgm W' A we-93' fg qifem L is Misc. my . ,151 "H I , wi--wil' iw., .ry -.. f- 5 H- -- ' 4-Mfg, 5? ,iiiwf ffigiif up " gs, ,J 2 , 2 2 3 S 5 5 , 5 , 1 X 2 , , 5 M K. GRIFFIN RA x X X X 1 L Z 1 5 g 1 Q Q ig A K gn... . , -,f--' - Y mf K 1 1 S S A A mfg 1 bw qw: M, Qwumwmmm S? SYLVIA FREEMAN EDWARD IO N Y 'mi ?ffiYice-Presidentylil' e ' A A A YBBEN DA LEONARD Secretary A - HM MY WAY Treasurer GAIL PRESCOTT Reporter ,IHLL BAIBD 51551 eheeee 1e f 'A ELAINE BEANE' JEAN COLE LINDA COX F RUTH DAVIS eeeeAe SYLVIA DUNN'-it SYLVIA HENDRIX LIBRARY CL The Library Club is composed of library assistants who Work diligently to encourage students to use the library and the facilities available there. To give a better understandiiig of the irnforrnation in libraries arid to assist teachers and students in any Way possible in the Amee of are the objectives of the Club. .,,"'!:,?+ DWIGHT HOOKER VVHITMAN LOFLIN CLIFTON LOWRY ANN McNEASE , iuv LINDA MOFFITI sv--.v SHIRLEY PARKER XANTIPPIE ROBBINS IERRY ROWE DOROTHY SLATE JERRY SLOAT GAYLE STARCHER IESSIE SURRATT A Li BRENDA THOMPSON IIMMY VUNCANNON EDO WHELESS A sYLv1A WINSLOW Miss MARY MOFFITT OFFICE ASSISTANTS h The office assistants are students chosen from F. B. L. A. who assist the school secretary by checking daily attendance, typing, filing, and performing other duties as they arise. W RADIO-TELEVISION NSTITUTE For a period of two Weeks this summer Sue Vestal, Brenda Leonard, and Martha Marlowe attended the N. C. Radio-Television Institute on the University of North Carolina campus. It is be- cause of their training at the institute and the cooperation of our local radio station, WGVVR, that Our programs this year are meaningful and enjoyable. Q ws- Ch Sounds a little off. Who invented these Monday mornings, anyway? eer up. What's two cents? The best part of the day? Working hard, Rembrandt? , A 4 V a, space, s, space, d, space . . . Beware! fIt's a monitorj Page Ninety-Three CAPETERIA TAFF First row: Mrs. Esther Gamer, Mrs. Ina K. Carter, Mrs. Mary Carlton, Mrs. Colleen Freeman. Second row: Mrs. Elizabeth Foust, Mr. Lloyd Harmon, Mrs. Gertrude Cassidy, Mrs. Dorothy McDowell, Mrs. Lizzie Mann. CUSTGDIANS Page Ninegy-F0w- Walter Wood, Alex Shaw, Surmonthia King, james Dockery. sq... . .gf I ,Ju The S. R. O. signs were out as the senior play unfolded. sss 2 E s 4 There's no business like show business. i SENIOR PLAY '1 1 "One Foot in Heaven," based on Hartzel Spence's story of the life of minister father, was presented by the Senior Class on December 5, 1958, s the direction of Miss Helen Bostick. 3 ze 11 An especially memorable occasion for Queen Pat and Princess Iulie JU ICR-SENIOR PROM "RED AILS lN THE SU SET" Donlt worry, Miss Winslow, the refreshments will be here. n,i1'1"'s-gif' A golden fountain among red sails 1958 DEDICATIG A tribute of honor and respect to V Miss Helen Bostick and Mr. William F. Van Hoy, Ir. Page Ninety-Eight JU ICR PLAY A lightly humorous play, "Tattletale," un- der the direction of Mrs. Mary B. McKinley, was presented by the Class of 1959. 1 Q. 'am Sv f f Q YL ,ni W! 5 fm VV fin: sig wig if!! iii Y' 13. 9 'Rig gig Q Egg! pi: an Q? 211: 'VI , me 1, gi if. - ,gs xigggig' :fra s 2 SEQ 55 rm ::7"' ii all SWK? , :at ' k 'QQ QQY. ', ' 'iw ' if as 'N is Ella 0 5. mx 1-Eiga it .0 ,, SCIENCE FAIR It's fair weather for another winner. What time is it? There've been some changes made The Science Fair is a display of the work of junior and senior high school students who, in some manner, indicate a definite interest in science. Opportunity is providedfor the students to enrich classroom ex- periences with special projects. Parents, teachers, and all students appre- ciate and enjoy this curricular highlight. ' They hope to hit the moon. f- ff- fl in a as : 1 . , .1 saws-1: wafsawwwsfa Q: It didn't really erupt. i Your take over from here, Tom. We exchange ideas with foreign students. ,4rs-u- ..V,...., . Tomonow's teachers pledge devotion toward tomorrow's youth. W w u l .. . . . - f ' Y Q ' ' ,- .. ,fy ,ar ,, , 1 fe ,f vi I, 75' 1 ,Ax , 'I 'L A it H r A 2 V - -6 -2 1 , .If , r if "5 3 ' 2 12 , , 5 , A , g. , K X. K ,Q Q' -4 4' - A ., V, 33,2 J 'i ' 2 we 'L 1 -M -- A 5- 3 A proud moment for new Key Clubber, Billy Lane. soC1AL TA DARD DAY Social Standards Day is another proj- ect of the Student Council. On this day all high school students are given the op- portunity to hear at least two persons pre- sent indeas and facts concerning their pro- fessions. They are able to talk informally with representatives, thus gaining an idea of the vocation they wish to pursue. The Social Standards Day Committee plans another successful day. Let's list the professions in which We are most interested. Mr. Wright, our photographer, a Social Standards Day Representative. Page One Hundred Two Now suppose we invite this college. CQLLFGE DAY One of the most beneficial projects sponsored by the Student Council is College Day. The purpose of this day is to give the juniors and seniors a picture of the colleges in which they are interested. Representatives from colleges and universities throughout North Carolina and neighbor- ing states are present to inform the students as to the back- ground of their schools, requirements for entrance, the curriculum, the cost, student aid, and various enriching activities on the campus of schools which they represent. Steve thinks plans are complete. What college do you represent? The Ring Dance is an annual social event sponsored by the senior class for the purpose of presenting the ring to the class president. This ring thus becomes a symbol of our high school achievement. n nnt na e n n tnne er sEN1oR RING DANCE 5 E s 3 5 3 E Z 5 4 if 3 E Z i 3 5 42 S 5 5 3 E JACKIE SPENCER, LESLIE REDDING, Co-Editorsg HAL - REAVES, Business Managerg DAVID DALTON, Assistant Busi- ' A ness Manager. DWIGHT M. HOLLAND Layout Advisor MRS. MARY B. MCKINLEY Copy Advisor MRS. BARBARA B. HILL Business Advisor MR. WILLIAM F. VAN HOY, JR. Advisor ASH -HI-LIFE EDITORS PAT GORE, Senior Editorg ANNE SHREVE, Underclassmen Editorg ELIZABETH LESTER, NANCY IOYNER, Copy Editors. . . .klg V L, . 1 . c j. l,5liii5igI,5?Yq.,,g , - , ' I rf ffibffiriiziliiu ' ' " " 'f1wI.I:.fw -'I . is H.. A 35, '53 fm , ,I ...1:. 1: V. . . I f fgk Wm It - ' I, AQ PHYLLIS BULLA, Head Ty istg MARY BELLE PAT. Girls' Sports Editorg WILL JOHNSON, Boys' Sports Ec torg DICKIE WICKER, Actii ties Editorg TOM ABERNQ THY, Art Editor. 5.-'R I., WQFQMA, Q69 Fzrst few: PHYLLIS BULLA, Head Typwt, JULIA HAMMER, BRENDA LINTHICUM, KAY RICH, EVELYN OWENS. Second few: RACHEL TROGDON, SANDRA DOLLIQHICH, ELIZABETH LESTER, NANCY JOYNER, Copy Editors, ANN SHREVE, 'Undetetdesmett Editor, RUDITE PREIMATS. STEVE GLASS, JACKIE SPENCER, LESLIE BEDDING. YEARBOOK TAFF First few, left to tight: DAVID DALTON, HAL REAVES, BRENDA LEONARD, IUDI KLIPEEL. Second few: LINDA ROUTH, MARTHA MAR- LOWE, IAN MOFEITT, TOMMY ROBINSON, VEE CRANFORD, ANNETTE ESSICK. First row, left to right: TOM ABERNETHY, . VVILLIS JOHNSON, JIMMY RIDDLE, JANE 'PRITCI-IARD, DICKIE WICKER, NANCY KI- ZER. Second row: MARY BELLE FATE, BETSY YORK, FRANCES STONE. 12 ,, ,V-f 'iz H-Six i fbi!! lla, .gp- I' :ki ...AIKEN .F 'fr Page One Hundred Eleven I 5 g sg U ai K RONALD HENSON fhes toward another score Touchdown by Fr1tzV X? wi , XE , lfliifi MARK LEGGETT PARKS H alf back ROWE End 'QBONALD I Endf WILLIS 'C .J DAVID DALTON Co-Captain Tackle "The Little 'Generalv Key block by Roberts SCOREBCARD Asheboro 26 ....... ....................... Asheboro 20 ...... . . Asheboro 40 ...... ..,, Asheboro 33 . . . . . . Children's Home . . . . . . . Fayetteville . ........ Reidsville .Barium Springs Asheboro 13 . .. ...... Concord Asheboro 12 . . . ..... Lexington Asheboro 45 . . . . . . Davie County Asheboro 60 . . . Thomasville Asheboro 37 . .. Statesville Asheboro 53 . . Spencer Asheboro 28 Albemarle Asheboro 33 . Hickory 14 The "fighting Cometsi' had a season total of 4,317 yards gained to 1,426 for their foes for another new record. In addition to this, they had 156 first downs, 3,334 yards rush- ing, 983 yards passing, 53 passes completed out of 112 at- tempts, and they punted for an average of 39 yards per kick. In comparison, opposing teams had only 84 first downs, 903 yards rushing, 523 yards passing, 49 completed passes out of 135 attempts, and a punting average of 28 yards per kick. Coach Lee Stone and his players have ac- credited the winning season to an unbeatable combination of spirit, hustle, determination, and good sportsmanship. During the season the team produced many stars, but the combination of a well-rounded eleven man team proved to be the strongest link in their chain of victories. The forward Stopped for no gain. wall of the Comet defense was led by All-American David Dalton. Ronald Henson and Billy Baird performed well at the end positions. Tony Brantley, Bunny Bowman, and Merle Lemons controlled the middle of the line. They were followed by David Dalton and "Quacky,' Johnson as line- backers. Bob Fritz, Mark Leggett, and Roland Ashburn composed the defensive backfield. The Blue Comet offen- sive line consisted of Ashburn and Rowe at endsg Dalton and Lemons at the tackle positions, Johnson and Bowman at the guard slot, and Brantley, the center. The scoring ma- chine was led by All-Southern Mark Leggett at right half- back, Bobby Fritz at left halfback, Ronald Henson and Hugh Roberts at fullback and the "Little Ceneralf, Ed Wheless, at Quarterback. Fighting Comets dig in against Lexington. - V- A ww fr' -I-'MM ' Fwst row Rldge Manager Strayhorn Coltrane Carter Moody Cranford Lane Manager Second row Dalton Isley Moody Kmg Reddrng Thzrd row Wrnslor D Brantley Hall Wrlght McRae Fourth row Durham Owen Frrtz Harsch JU IOR VAR ITY FOOTBALL TEAM Under capable guldance the yunror varslty and future varslty IS Introduced to the baslc fundamentals of football Because of th1S learnmg th1S group has establlshed an honorable record for themselves and the school Playlng county varslty and AAA 1un1or varslty teams the Asheboro Llttle Blues galned valuable experlence necessary 1n prep aratron for varsrty part.1c1pat1on Varslty agalnst Lrttle Blues ALEC 1. HURST, IB. Coach Page One Hundred Seventeen r : 3 7 7 Q ' ' 7 ' 7 3 3 ' : 3 3 I ' 7 , B , , 3 , f n tt o il M- 1' N... , I . i5,....ww 'a w-.x f'f1 2143517 First row: Sellers, Manager, King, Smith, Nance, Cheek, Scott, Lane, Manager. Second row: Hodges, Coachg Bames, Wheless, West, Henson, Riddle, Thomas, Spencer. BOYS' BASKETBALL TEA In 1958 Asheboro High School Basketball Team added another outstanding year to their record. The Blue Comets won the North Piedmont Conference title for the fourth consecutive time. Coached by Warren Hawkins, they won their fourth championship in the North and South Pied- mont Conference division. The team was also successful in bringing home the championship WNCHSAA trophy for the third time in the past five years. IIMMY RIDDLE IOHNNY BARNES Center Forward The 1959 basketball season, which is now under way, is making another remarkable record. Burlington, a AAA club, has already suffered two defeats at the hands of the Comet quintet. This is indicative of a successful season for the Big Blue and their new coach, Ralph Hodges. WAYNE THOMAS MARTIN SMITH Center Guard Q x M558 , I bf N'- Q Q K Q22 u EISA? fi - '1k- ' X Wav fwfr: Aida -15341. ' wvitiexzmuw - -N -1, E. f t Yin ' . W ii 'T 54 iw' Evh i ' if-7 - Wx W' -W m ,..- , M 5534625 , -,:, I if K Q A ik . V A Q , ,l , K, , ,i L y we I-N 3 Mrk 'f i . if , ,nk - . f xg, iffy sr -B Y ff K K ' I - A -A sw . WQR... I , E f . A-'Q' " - f , 4 'Pe-.Lg First row: Fetner, Burkhead, Roberts, Babbs, Coltrane, Redding. Second row: Laughlin, Moody, Dawson, Bowman, Hicks, Ashburn. Third row: Spencer, Leggett, Holt. The 1958 Asheboro HighfSchool Track Team had a successful season which was climaxed in the Carolinas' AAU Meet. In this event, which featured statewide compe- tition, the Blue Comets finished second to Greensboro. Asheboro placed well in this and other meets because of their well-blanced team. A strong combination of field events men and sprinters paced the Comet squad. In the AAU meet field events men Bob Fritz, Luther Fritz, and Glen Dawson, combined withfthe 880 yard relay team of Sherrill Babb, Roland Ashburn, Ed Wheless, and Iackie Spencer to produce the valuable points. ALEC I. HURST Coach MIARK LEGGETT IACKIE SPENCER ED WHELESS ROLAND ASHBURN .mQmm -I ... i.1-q...1...n.mm.n . as-1--. -au.ytf-umg--a-..1-..w.-w..aw,m.Wwe.1us.w.mm.M.awrf,..a..,aaw im,-W.ef.,.mnh.ma-ifrnasatmw, D-,,. , .M ,-- , , W 1 3 X x 5 i f 1 , ,4 f l W sn we '. f Wg.-H Fkqfmf-W if I - M' WW 'ISP awe 5, w .15 Q f Xi if .A , ge? aa 5. , J Q f A gi- , .K an Lf?-vi l E . Q, . A, , - - - A gm. ,K mai 'Q fm' 'wx WM i 4 Toughl No basket. Volley that balll l Speed ball-and they're ready for 3 Each year the girls of every class look forward to field goal. this spring sport. Miss Clisson, ever-helpful supervisor of intramurals Champions Gail and janet-Harris go after another victory. The intramural program is an extracurricular activity which is llooked forward to by the majority of the girls of Asheboro High School. These varied activities provide much enjoyment for everyone who participates and at the same time helps to develop many worth- while qualities, such as teamwork, self-confidence, leadership, and unselfishness. Each spring the Girls' Monogram Club, under the expert guidance of Miss Angelyn Clisson, plans and supervises intramurals. The pro- gram gives varsity players practice in leadership and guidance. It is they who compete with those led by other varsity players. I'm going to make this one. She needs a ringer to take this one. A She's aiming that puclc for a score. M M1 f gf Q 1'1l' gi twk. lent oondltlon. Jack L. Ba ay, l mo. 4-9042. - i A ljotoL00rTjg2. Loca Esso ST r C . LOCATED on S- Nlnlll St. 2 owl! houses. anytime.. S near A I lon' an in Sgryegood size bedrooms, large rv ng i. ...T n0W' l'9n1ln9 for 555- m0-I ether one ' 'T-" ' room with tlreplace, 'most modern SAT. MARCH 7 . . . A 575' This Pfoveflv PCGS on lS0nn0HKl W WH ST-'4 'Poms' all Cnnvenltncet- kitchen with General Electric built-in House ON A BEAUTIFUL 100x200 . . can ,,.. ,-, Dr. and Sdlllain St. Zoned for business. P515 weak. Coll PA 3-7630. V- -C ve - - ' OT X L E 1 , , t V x sto e and oven, 25 nl o rtlcal tlr L , IN E EE L N NEIGHBOR Lon D-7 Qwl gflfd dsfetf Woninge vflaggfll Street, ,EOR SALE B., oWNERg,,,,,,,,r,, house will-in cabinets, tormlca cabinet tors HO0D,'lN Tl-l mo BLOCK or om FCE' Sow, ,E 'l' Q 5355 YEHSOUBDIY- PA - 5 or PA near s0,,,,,,.,.,,,, sem, LM, ,sued with ceramic hleeoacklng, vinyl tie SALISBURY Ro., zoo YARDS SOUTH CNA Bghgn' afgjfngl f QW- E ' A ' A- lo! l lock t s vi . - .7 . " . - 3 ' ' ' - ' ' '1 H. 1 4 . I2 in H rom bu ser ce imma Sgfrlng ,il wmamiaggicil wang i ?EEwAggSS'TovYlrECL?MM:ENS RD PA 3'w23' A +204 VVWTY ZONED Industrial, 2 acras, East Clem- dlate possession. PA 4-2177 after 2 p.m. forfgych :air '.l E af ts Dag: ago". FLOWER .G D GE Am- AND 14705 P - ' mons Rd. near Western Electric. PA P" 7, A -- 0 5 9' e 0 e " m' AR EN 'N FORSYTH ..,---- ,,,..- 442280, PA 3.4629 NEW 5lX.R00M BRQCK. HOMES Wm., Utility room wlthyhot and cold water COUNTY IS ON THIS PROPERTY. 5.R9QM 1-lQU5E, ba 2 S23 gg E- 'Y -, RTW-253135, lnsnlaed, decoraga, tlagld- Qlfzogllgtolllgffgl fgfstmy tixgogg, Akzo:K5-TgNExoIlo2l:LGE0g6.AJEa-cog mam, 5 miles- nf wr .. . scap . rive ocks U b t., - ' - ', A - . it -,,,,a EE ESmEf9'5asA"9 is fniw- ellie lille. Citrate' .:',llH.g,'lzhl men , carpo . 28 o to oe b t e . f A - r , - l- . . - .-.. Fa'l"E,i'H Land 'ln' SWL Under ,aai .na ni ana. Priceg frzyrn ofgeflflv- BLOCKS FOR CASH on -A oown. oll-heal, lor lil xl -e and CATTLE FARM A P' 50 3 311550 Sam M Lemons PA nm., BALANCE saooo lvloNTl-l able pecan and anal - pprox. 2' 'ries 0' ,ggmgg ,-,,,3, mfg-,pf 1,4 ' ' - ' , qggfg, miles southwest ofcitv. Cglltcflilelv NEAR BAPTIST l-losPiTAl.-5 mme, , Afgidstlcrwivngkniif A - .22 533935 Nea' .A ,IAM fenced CYOSS fenced 'nn Gram - SPV' b37h1fh'5ffi00l'-A15012bEdt'00mS, bath, ALL Bnlclc. s BEDRQOMS, FULL ,SCOTT ACRES-Are you looking for a - A Fl,..g!.nT greg :LLZAYQE 32122328 Rglxtti Aim QR pzrivate entraacehgrolgnd floor. oll heat, aAgECI:IlENTm. BgaF3rSFd' alr oxllosgag i Segleglogxhgn cgungryhgnder siltiotlut 3161 WATE'i :U 7 . - , - , ' I 1 roo . U , ar a e a , ' . 'n md. 271, A-12'r3, PA 2-4759. A i6g:i5?E5V.l:he'L k06Rd.Te,.--.,- loti farpogt. lwalklngd aiflwancemtc wont, 'Stoned ang? olnene"lr?frnoinei ' L ted I W m ' - 'T - - OC . rooms DIUS sc oos an payqroun s. ' a l P 0 ca ine s o pea th oca rl U l ,..--- 5 fffn'?EiaflUI"a exciieng few' Vg' 'fwlg plenty closets. storm windows. doors: is most attractive on the lngldeg A 'wlfm This house can be bougli? wi?l'l trY ESTBYES- B dfei with both d C V dVl 01 5 P e dma' a'TQ oll heat, large lot. Atta-an-'Qganoll Realty. lot larger than lt may appear from Qmlll .GOWN DIYNOH1- Dll'BCtlOl1S1 G0 to over 2400 SQUGYO month. PA :Pa -I gm In 'PPS an l'n0Un Pln PA sam or PA " - 2- the road. .Priced at. only Sl5,750.00. Tobaccnvllle, turn on Tobaccoville-Ro length. Corner lot ,i'X'2.i,,,"we' on "'0"e'W' W' ,n'w,T,sEEn:5 - r- 53' ? 'ea' """""U"'n' A' Us -'nw 5lh'lall..Rdh5l5il 'tit on ?"""1,se5a flii'-"ei2lt'i5 ii" s Stoker- Y ' . A 1aCl'led Sfvrage -, ' 'n i ls 0 YW' 4, 'this attractijve h me t21:e.ot:l,. R? while Nercgl C en hw geyegeog S2.?,l3f'.1i.ffiis.r, 'ill' ?,i?i',i2 afszefe N ,,., W.. . A ,nn PA zaesf 0 Y -a fill? liar, trial, n, Nissen 471 fl- black NP frontage, 9005 jg. - - Reasonable dof e , lopeggl-1DSVJ'n'8d '-ll NEAR UNl0N CROSS School, 2 beau'titul-- gfpegfnghgnlarzg . 2 acres fenced. See 10 aPDreC, , beg, AV1 oger cent A ' bw f Style brick homes, large wooded me ba,h'l,, bam E C Hem A. A. Slawter, Realtor. PA nl? vi.. 77, include! I 4 Q h or sale or trade for anything ot fealwes' beaumui hd Tnegood ZAEQAACRE FAQM with rern f ' lnsuraniq , . , all w. Clyde Davis, PA 4-llols, Efmwpggaycig, ell family me, rurlrllnqY wa er, a ' 'SIOKESD ' A l. - . ' FPA 3-im. bottom land. his farrn ' - -.qbmooaj s ,r-'gas 'Pnl Hlfflof- l-H ',..,--f- l courthouse square tor ' lo nfl' Wialvillff . flle ,fl00l'f dill-tbl .1 sqre 1,1 7900, C W ,- 3 ik' J t' ll. - nechng storage l gash, elgc- S ' an 0 9:0 ,1 - X' VE driveway, beautit , Slove, S14 91..H0me9 f X . taelng Ransterred . Reece. 3919 TALCOTT AVE -- Pen r Inspect 'Pm' Pnnne built-in kitchen, fuil A 'Wired tb phone . FH f' I 'T CFY OU- --Y,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 'Sal?.'i'menr.Aw. "EES" '-housefor ST aqmt ' PA 5-o7sl. Res.: PA 2 I Spacious CEDAR FOREST S, close-in, MI- ZGABONR COMMXTNI tual?-m 2-txogrfedborsiiva onth. Phone V m Umesr wi Pl ' . 0 - 9' 50W - -BY 0 modern conveniences. X ' Co. 2-2882. smso. H oo a lz l 'l ' 3 nqewsgheolq nfs, al5A 3-3597, ATE SlQlggmD2VlrQi 05 'lc , mo. - . .L Co - V D - rick, S85 mo. ' Ng ' 5250 DOWN- b 137' un 2151 st. seo. U ith hath ala sou-rp , , , ll WH 5-'547l- three bedroornlfi, A 7-room i szigwqilwtxs-rirlflzail , 9m?tIgC fhot Wm Conga V 92" fiirllaligliuffi W' 1 Sl'sorAxh.".i ' ' ' . WlL ,' . ' ' . G gd ,.,,,,,m ,ff tw- Two NICE ou P- nn t ::l::l.:"l, -,ne and oath, l 4 onAvE PL :er heater, Nlll- NORT , , ,, section ot Drive, ln Piney bric 14-if also 4 grav Real Estate a. , base 1 - ' dans. Wil s ' bltllt ' PA 5-6261. 900' oll rns, bath, sw Hunf an WAKEOLDA l lr lns. Co. PA E U MY' g1gmoldF:-ago! ' asain ' ,Q E lf?"- lstdala 4 rms., hgdr , enwood SEVERAL ext 7 rms. Sli wk. ,rump B hear don Manor : uni. tel. me A , .Paso re lie. Chnardmil ack L" Stairway-T0 BUN-DER5 ARDMORA5 l sSL'L1'2I'.'?f5.'t' '5'X'e5.5'2?Ye' oll heat, g age moms' L 1- ' - ' 15,0001 ' PA 2-7550.ar ' 'fQf"',aA0f y lgezgltois. PA BEvQ2,T'fg'- r nr-zal Motor 5 " s2.hob. cal , Aiply at Trailer ATQBQQEBFEH Now under D. B. Coe than ,Boo Ur: hisgggre 2-9706, PA sr. 7 rooms, 2 Znedf ' 'mac 'Q CHOICE GR ent basement. Ar- tile 'J 1 Forsyth l. sas. PA a-mt. Eagan ' bctloo bkcaf PA 4,1oo4. 'tri' K' E' -5' U ' REDWINE l yattavllle street. 4 RMS., , mgmfsef banks, 'pa , ,, , 5. , . , and has wafg- Eggogimh I it Orgs 5-43351 Enya' W rsgaraga large lot. ducag tg' Q ,, ff' PA Hui, hone - 50" oll, . e pi L ies under con- C Places Two lnewt 'att a " P - l I Rd- Annfnved belng Cnnsgmcged r A.-rs ' ne tal Homes, lnc. K iolleiacorrlezsil 'a'.::..l::Pr .:r:."'l' e - 7 2 7 - .aaa f..-"0 ' e 7 nt x rea a a o ea nc... - - r nt ill: ' r I 'g, Fla., how avail- V . ' ' " ,r itaalt within 10 year , wn, Glenn ' ffl., ,l 'Nscfg X pfxfdprgiynfgf '51 But 5.1 11 - BETWEEN Walkertown 8.,Ker . S100 month, Wlll finance. Schaefer - ' ' " ' ' 9 ' paved rd almost new ran ' r in ' 5 Scfrsflrll Pt rm doorsawin' Cahaller " C ' JeWe'e"',PA 24,6143 . .4 fs - d0WS.iA va. , - at 58250. Nlay 4, oneers English cottage siding, 3 bedrooms, ,sv , be H ed T U h Ph LY Dr. D heat to each room, A large hguge -at OFF PEACE HAVEN RD.-3 bedrooms, I , if 542515355 ib lgueso 'T ' one Heater, ,,,,,,,.,y ,, lucn , a small house price of sl ,9su. T. w. old Brick Rancher, lv: baths, bllllt ins, as WEST END 53859-t':Alt+ e ra- , ' , ' - - P- - White vi, suadlvlslonsn ,wear Church. Phone LY 5-6261, 9 a.m. to full basement, carport. Lar e wooded duced. ll-room homo divided into 3 QN NEWLY PAVED 51, nam- lqemgrg. Like Ne D , 9E . son Auction ca., PA 5130 Pm- . 101- 516,900 Hubbard Rell State Cv- apartments with seperate baths and ville School, attractive 2-bedroom frame ,gland Bank Bldg' NORTH Fmfnle br 1 d ew str P , PA 3-4332, Res: PA 3-0297, PA 4-l679, separate entrances . . . This home with gil floor furnace, oak floors, utility ste . 4- lh 'Ti H S b fl Elin! , nfl? PA 2-8765. ts ln good shape and will brlnp a room, screened porch, stairway to at-' IR Auction Co. sell Omer U S19 asennen I V99 0 - -' A large return on your investment. tic About 5 rs. old. Boaut tul lot. ' A UCTSYQOWBY- Get gig. Phone PA a-issz. U INHWYQL-lgEm0gVl'l,0phggVgn,gg4 lgfgggg sil,7so. sa,soo. T. w. ciinrch. Phone LY 5-ezai. i- nn PA 22 ' Fon SALE or trade 7-room hannawi- ' W "' ns "'l e 9 3-m-10 5230 Pm- EEL . A room apartment 'args mi 'PA M3291 shower, oll floor furnace, beautiful lot .. ' E Rea! Fstato - - so if Sgowgy twin "cnSP2ri'r-riiifll. Eff 5232i SMWHDEAL REALTY 8- INS- CO- Scilml' bgputltcixq-Tnct:1sm2kgrqclkHnor2ie3 lll A ' "'--...--- i F?rRbesQQ-k,gE?rfifl': ggrrpi gurmimedxail ' 9 a.m. to 5:50 p.m. V 235 W 5m 5, Phom PA 2,-nu :ova Unger, lconstruction. These homes ' ND AUCTl0N C0-- ed lot. Arbor Roaa."For appointment E- - H,I.l.-Cf5,g,qE D F A' T -' ' are orload to move. Call W- Clvdi DH' Q.. anywhere privately or pA 2.3771 owne, YW' P- '--- - -- R - - H jqan .vls. PA 4-ools. PA 5-0814. Y f .washes War Land and Auction 7 ' ' J available. A lovely home thai covers E . f No 95031. laelilglrerxrlents and :wishes gtlrnost folks. . f 35 UCDMITAGE AVENUE ' F Qneel' en BHCE , Et IOUS T . Y ' 'A 1 la..-.... KER, Realtor. Vance' l'fgSEde3g?oER1Eg0Mthb::fk oggflxc 'Q livin? room fhall :nd L. S. c:l?pettedl. AegoffnoEEn:a7'JV.m59Q'g:,g'2'ai':9ge .lux Ott Bolton and Hawthorne ,l ,174 an Building, Winston- . P W'. m yf on Drlt woody paneled den, 2 huge bed ' 5 p 9 ' near new Bolton Street Schoolslta 5-2731 venlences. Really DICE. Home shown moms Modem knchen ,mm drshwash, plenty cabinets and closet space con' - by .appointment only' M, aww room and time real, venlently located. Only S9,Bll0. Rumley 3 had 4 frame home ' ' - ' ' - Real Estate Co. Realtors members ot mom' onqsory' - -' rylglfghvggprsrlgesfoat nr: S300 To VETERAN buys nice 2 bed- screened porch with a beautltul view. MLS. an N. ubeny SL FLA 34929. Cm no basement. oll Hot Air heat, Ser- V l54 rms, acreage and lots. room hornf in Kernersville. Nice kgghggoggzigsvlgxhiflffgn Qfnugsgfw gif LLM! Hllevf NS- PA 245741. . ,A gggiinmpefagfigilsafockgnnofgj nl ht PA 56808. Fer- section- Fur basement, tractive home, with ample closet land U08 . CLEMMONSVILLE Road nice down, assume- Gal. Loan, payable. :al a M her ull.s i E 1 9 Q A r-. em W . S300 To VETERAN buys 2 bedroom storage SPICQ and an excellant nelgh- mgdgrn 3.beqr-gum hor-nQ,,lgfgg1gQ.'Cgll 567,m por month. ' T 552' "' W' ""'Y'2ig ' nom' Wlln Pnnl' 'lf bmnntnff 'llc' A totheofhdaneihbmlrgf'gipggisgennierggr W' CW' Dam' PA kms' PA"5'0m' PAUL!! 'mmiavr mc 5 d ,r -- PS" Nalin' l oaraoe. Plenty of flowers. A buy- M 5 ' ' ' HOUSE AND LOT at as znhstroat A ' " ' P 3 iam at member MLSIP Two 3-BEDROOM houses n ar EY LONWNER N 3b0d h E N'vii.a" 'miie "'c"',.'2, 'O 5223 Nlernoar Rrlflflii?pfQ'nl!fi'n'inZ Service 'fm 6'- STATE-wa ow, sell, ' " 'W ' 'Wm 'Une' ful' on We sts San' 'Y' 1 ' P 'ma w. THIRD sT. Phone PA 3-.la-16 Kernersvllle School Under conslruc- basem t automatic heat 1220 B ook n n M h 7 i959 H B P rker ""QguVg5f,'3 "2,F'51 'ligsrhs 2203 plgomign including closing 3l00dsEg:iV8. Call PA 3-3854 after 2 all '5:imlnl5l:gAor,' cam. ,ot tnlcistso oi JOHN SPACH' PA 24395 f gm, - , . ay U ay. ve . exan ar. , Y . A -.e----..-E-f , -- ' P - 'E ' nh . E,Q,'5T',f,225fg,g 125 3 KEReNERSV."-LE RENT FFTATE Fair Ct3il:o3RF2:lS::m :'?t!gMI:0rg2sFgo ' WEST PNGHLANDS - NE:'A'E'glLExg gAkka'4g?'2g'?E5E'wEs' ' ight' 1931 Gas,onl51,eel',l BUY"'9 and 5e"""9 - down payment. S200 closing cost. Open I Near Reynolds and Wm' CU- 'PQ 34575 0' A ' ' , .mber MLS. i y ST 8-0398 Anytime Y daily 2 'til 6 p.m. Butner 8, Dixon, Wiley Schools P B51-HABARA Rr-,',5700 d,.op..rse,y. Naw ER REALTORS PA KERNERSWLLE 56N r -Realtors, PA 5-35Sl. A g ?o0l0glA:t ismed, homemxlust waiting 3 bed,-m, pp, 2.1758 or PA 3-QQ. ! - - -- ualel. W. C- , Y Y 311la3ivgVtAL'IicE'T-QQ:"aCfiC:"Y new Pl' cigte anr gldepehfaorge ,withcarsegafmgt ' 1 - i-si . , r ,amn so 'Bead ,glnff ""n9 space and rooms, but' needs to be 72: cl.l.-alvllllloNsvlLLE RGAD K , ' '0""'f . Y Y , , 3 C en caan' touched up to increase the value Open for lnspectlon Friday evening, ,, ' -' hear' 7' ' many thousands ot dollars.t7Vg rooms, Saturday and Sunday. . - ' L- lrae 0 each , " L DUCED , . SENIOR STATISTICS THOMAS HILLIARD ABERNATHY Key Club, Reporter,'D.O. Club, President, Sportsman Club, Art Editor of Annual, Senior Superlative. LINDA FAYE ALDRIDGE Dramatics, Allied Youth, F.B.L.A., F.H.A., Monitor, Home- room Secretary-Treasurer, Homeroom Reporter, Office Assis- tant. SANDRA LANE ALLEN Allied Youth, F.H.A., Historian, President, F.B.L.A., Beta Club, Homeroom Officer, Senior Play, Scholarship Honor Roll, Office Assistant. LUCY ELIZABETH ALLRED F.H.A., Girls' Monogram Club, D.O. Club, Varsity Basketball. JOAN LOUISE ANDERSON Dramatics Club, Allied Youth, Library Club, Reporter. HORACE ROLAND ASHBURN Key Club, Boys' Monogram Club, Sportsman Club, Spanish Club, Varsity Football, Track, J.V. Basketbagi J.V. Football, Football All-Conference, All-State Honorable ention. CAROLYN GAYLE AUMAN Dramatics Club, French Club, Homeroom President, Color Guard, Student Council, Scholarship Honor Roll. ELIZABETH ANN BARNES F.B.L.A., ASH-HI-LIFE Staff. L THOMAS EUGENE BARNES Boys' Monogram- Club, President, Allied Youth, Sportsman Club, Secretary-Treasurer, Homeroom Officer, Junior Play Cast, Varsity Football, Varsity Wrestling Squad, Track. ADDIE ELAINE BEANE F.H.A., Library Club, Scholarship Honor Roll. ALFRED CHANDLER BOWMAN Boys' Monogram Club, Sportsman Club, President, Varsity Football, J.V. Football, Honorable Mention for Football, All- Conference. JAMES ROBERT BRANTLEY Boys' Monogram Club, Sportsman Club, Baseball, Varsity Football, Co-Captain, Honorable Mention, All-State, All- Conference, 'J.V. Football. PHILLIP KELLY BROOKS Photography Club, Spanish Club, Boys, Monogram, Allied Youth, Sportsman Club, Homeroom Officer, J.V. Football, Track. CAROLYN DELORES BROOME Spanish Club, Allied Youth, Photography Club, Pen Pal, Dramatics, Ash-Hi-Chat Staff. LINDA JANE BROWN French Club, Beta Club, F.T.A., Scholarship Honor Roll. THERMAN EUGENE BROWN Boys' Monogram Club, Allied Youth, Math Club, J.V. Foot- ball, Varsity Wrestling, Swimming, Track. PHYLLIS DIANE BULLA F.B.L.A., President, Office Assistant, Homeroom Officer, Girls, Varsity Basketball, ASH-HI-LIF E Staff, Head Typist, Scholar- ship and Citizenship Honor Rolls, Miss ASH-HI-LIFE. ROBERT LEE BUNTING Page One Hundred Thirty-Two SHELBY JEAN BUNTING F.H.A., Vice-President, Reporter, Library Club, D.O. Club, Homeroom Officer, Junior and Chapter Degrees in F.H.A., Citizenship Honor Roll. RICHARD EDGAR CANOY Bus Drivers, Secretary, Vice-President, Pen Pal Club. EDWIN ASTER CHRISCOE D.O. Club. MARY KATHLEEN CLARK Dramatics Club, Secretary, F.T.A., Quill and Scroll Club, Stu- dent Council, Miss Blue Comet, Ash-Hi-Chat, Editor, Class Secretary. SANDRA JEAN COLE Allied Youth, F.B.L.A., Homeroom Treasurer, Scholarship Honor Roll. BRENDA LOUISE COUNCILMAN F.H.A. HAROLD CAESAR COWARD CORNELIA VIVIAN CRANFORD Chemistry Lab. Assistant, Beta Club, French Club, Secretary, F.T.A., Reporter, Homeroom Officer, Senior Play Cast, Ash- Hi-Chat Staff, ASH-HI-LIFE,-Honor Roll. JAMES MICHAEL CROSS Allied Youth, Math-Science Club, Spanish Club, Amateur Radio Club, Reporter, Junior Play Cast, Senior Play Cast, Honor Rolls. L FAITH REBECCA CURTIS Allied Youth, Transfer, Pen Pal Club. JAMES DAVID DALTON Key Club, Boys' Monogram Club, Junior Play, J.V. Football, Varsity Football, Co-Captain, All-Conference, All-State, Mr. Blue Comet, Wrestling, State and Conference Champion, An- nual Staff, Class Treasurer. DARRELL LEE DAVIDSON Allied Youth, Industrial Arts, Bus Drivers, Club, President, Vice-President. WILSON DUANE DAVIDSON Monogram Club, Sportsman Club, Monitor Club, French Club, Baseball, Wrestling, Scholarship Honor Roll. NANCY CAROLYN DAVIS Monitor, F.H.A., Historian, Secretary, President, D.O. Club, Historian, Homeroom Vice-President, Student Council, Junior and Chapter Degrees in F .H.A. DONNIE JEAN DENNIS Allied Youth, Library Club, Secretary, Dramatics Club. MARY LOU DOUGAN Q Photography Club, Pen Pal Club, Allied Youth. NANCY CAIL EVERALL F.H.A., Vice-President, Songleader, Junior and Chapter De- grees, D.O., Reporter. ISAAC HENRY FAUST Photography Club, Allied Youth, Pen Pal Club. SYLVIA LENA. FREEMAN Library Club, President, Allied Youth, Dramatics Club, F.T.A., Beta Club, Photography Club, Pen Pal Club, Homeroom Officer, Color Guard, Scholarship Honor Roll. Compliments VICK BROS. ELECTRIC CO. Asn-uasono FLoms'r Comcgiininfzgllepamng ASSOCIATION ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA D. W. Vick T. E. Yick ASHEBORO T. V. CENTER 509 North Fayetteville Street RCA Victor and Admiral Phone 3278 BARGAIN WAREHOUSE I New and Used Household Furnishings ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA AUTO SALES, INC. Your DeSOTO-PLYMOUTH Dealer Complete Body and Repair Service 503 North Fayetteville Street Phone 2500 Asheboro's Oldest Drug Company ASHEBORO DRUG COMPANY Phone 2167 ASHEBORO ELECTRIC COMPANY Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Graduating Class of 1959 BOBO'S SHOE SHOP Congratulations, Seniors! BUDDY'S DRESS SHOP BAKER'S SHOE STORE 120 Sunset Avenue ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA ASHEBORO PLUMBING AND HEATING COMPANY Furnaces and Oil Burners Myers Water Systems Bendix Washers Phone 6141 1103 Sunset Extension A ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA , Refreshing remembrance , if AUTOGRAPHS ' Rfb 3 - f.-if I A ml' l'l"! .-fn. filly. , f ,X ,ggaxs G -l I 1 X l C il Q06 vw ll li 'IIRINK 64621 Page One Hundred Thirty-Three SENIOR TATISTICS ROBERT VICTOR FRYIZ Pen Pal Club, Boys' Monogram Club, Allied Youth, Spanish Club, Freshman Class Treasurer, Junior Play, Football, Most Improved Player, All-State Honorable Mention, Track. MARTHA CAROL GARNER F.H.A. KEITH WINFIELD CEIGER French Club, Football, Basketball. FRED STEVEN GLASS Beta Club, Key Club, Board of Directors, Secretary, Monitor Club, Student Advisor, Homeroom Officer, Junior-Senior Com- mittee Chairman, Student Council, President, Junior Rotarian, ASH-HI-LIFE Staff, Editorial Advisor, Scholarship Honor Roll. PATRICIA RHEA GORE Allied Youth, Dramatics Club, Beta Club, Secretary, F.T.A., Class Vice-President, Homeroom Officer, ASH-HI-LIFE Staff, Senior Editor, Ash-Hi-Chat Staff, Senior Superlative, Quill and Scroll Club, Secretary, Junior Play, Senior Play. JAMES PERVIS GREENE D.O. Club, Homeroom Vice-President, Student Council, Scholarship Honor Roll. PHYLLIS DIANE HALL Allied Youth, Dramatic Club, Pen Pal Club, Majorette. JULIA ANN HAMMER Dramatics Club, Girls' Monogram Club, President, Beta Club, F.B.L.A., Vice-President, Homeroom Officer, Girls' Varsity Basketball, Ash-Hi-Chat Staff, ASH-HI-LIFE Staff, Scholar- ship Honor Roll, Office Assistant, Senior Superlative. JERRY DON HANCOCK K I D.O. Cluh,- Treasurer, Homeroom Officer... CEORGIANNA MAE HARDIN Chapel Band, Allied Youth, Photography Club, F.T.A., French Club, Math-Science Club, Beta Club, Reporter, Inner-Club Council Representative, Homeroom Officer, Junior Play, Scholarship Honor Roll. F AYDENE HARRELSON MARY JANE HEFNER Latin Club, Treasurer, F.T.A., Dramatics Club, Vice-President, Monitors' Club, Majorette. ALICE IRENE HINSON F.H.A., Allied Youth, .,F.B.L.A. JAMES LUTHER HODGIN Photogralphy Club, President, Industrial Arts Club, Amateur Radio Cub, President, Homeroom President. JERRY VAUGHN HOLT Allied Youth, Amateur Radio Club, Vice-President, Photog- raphy Club, Sportsman Club. HAL THOMAS HOOVER MARLENE ANN HOPKINS Miss Blue Comet, Majorette, Class Secretary, Dramatics Club, F.H.A., Allied Youth, F .B.L.A., Homeroom Vice-President. RAY THOMAS HOPPER J.V. Football, Swimming, Junior Play, Senior Play, Sportsman Club, Allied Youth, Spanish Club, Math-Science Club, Ama- teur Radio Club. PHYLLIS ANN HOWELL D.E. Club, Reporter, F.H.A., Allied Youth. CLYDE WAYNE HUDSPETH Allied Youth, Dramatics Club, Monitors' Club, Pen Pal Club, President, Spanish Club, Jr.-Sr. Sportsman Club. BILLIE ANNE HUGHES F.H.A., Allied Youth. Page One Hundred Thirty-Four RICHARD STEWART HURLEY J.V. Basketball, Track, Monitors' Club, Spanish Club, Sports- Enan Club, Key Club, Boys' Monogram Club, Homeroom Of- icer. WINFRED ADAM JAMES, JR. DIANA JEAN JARRELL Pen Pal Club, Allied Youth, Honor Roll. JULIA CAROL JOHNS French Club, F.T.A., Girls' Monogram Club, Junior Play Cast, Student Council, Cheerleader, Ash-Hi-Chat staff, Honor Rolls. NYAL WVILLIS JOHNSON Key Club, Vice-President, Beta Club, Vice-President, Boys' Mono ram Club, Jr. Sportsman Club, President, Spanish Club, Wresting, J.V. Football, Varsity Football, ASH-HI-LIF E staff, Most Inspirational Football Player, Honor Roll, Senior Superlative. SYLVIA BELLE JONES Chapel Band, F.T.A., French Club, Girls' Monogram Club, Triafisurer, Homeroom Officer, Girls' Varsity Basketball, Honor Ro . NANCY JOYNER French Club, President, Girls' Monogram Club, Beta Club, Spanish Club, Girls' Varsity Basketball, Co-Captain, ASH-HI- IXIFE, Copy Editor, Scholarship Honor Roll, Chemistry Lab ssistant. HILDA FAYE KEMP Beta Club, Junior Play Cast, Senior Play Cast, Honor Roll. DONALD BILLY KENAN Latin Club, Monitors' Club, Homeroom Officer, Boys' Mono- gram Club. , HENTIYTVANCE KIVEVTT, JR. V Library Club, Treasurer. NANCY GLASS KIZER Girls' Monogram Club, Vice-President, F .T.A., Treasurer, Beta Club, French Club, Monitors' Club, .Homeroom Officer, Junior Play Cast, Senior Play Cast, J.V. Cheerleader, Ash-Hi-Chat Staff, Business Manager, ASH-HI-LIFE STAFF, Scholarship Honor Roll. JUDITH LYNN KLIPFEL Latin Club, President, F.T.A., Song Leader, Homeroom Of- ficer, Junior Play Cast, Senior Play Cast, Student Council, ASH-HI-LIFE Staff. ARCHIE ALLEN LANIER D.O. Club, Radio and Electricity Club, Homeroom Officer. ROSA BELLE LAWRENCE JAMES MARK LEGGETT Sportsman Club, Vice-President, Key Club, Spanish Club, Beta Club, Treasurer, Monogram Club, Treasurer, Homeroom Of- ficer, Junior Play Cast, Track Team, J.V. Football, Wrestling, J.V. Basketball Team, Varsity Football Team, Most Valuable Player, All Conference, All State, All Southern, Wrestling, Conference Champion, State Runner-up, Honor Roll. JAMES MERLIN LEMONS Key Club, Boys' Monogram Club, Sportsman Club, J.V. Foot- ball, Varsity Football, Best Blocker, Baseball. BRENDA GAYLE LEONARD Allied Youth, Dramatics Club, Photography Club, Spanish Club, Library Assistants Club, Secretary, F.T.A., Librarian, Pen Pal Club, Junior Play Cast, Senior Play Cast, J.V. Cheer- leader, High School Radio Announcer, Radio Institute Scholar- ship, Ash-Hi-Chat Staff, ASH-HI-LIFE Staff. ELIZABETH MAUDE LESTER French Club, Beta Club, F.T.A., Vice-President, Allied Youth, Monitor Club, Jr. Marshal, W.O.W. History Award, ASH-HI- LIFE Staff, Scholarship Honor Roll, Girls' State Delegate. BULLARD FLORIST 1809 South Fayetteville St. Ext. ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA WRIGHT'S STUDIO MARSTON WRIGHT, Photographer 117 Trade Street Phone 3516 Portraits-Child Photography Wedding and Commercial Photography ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA Best Wishes from BANK OF RANDOLPH WOOD AND KLEPACKI BOSSONG HOSIERY MILL CLARK'S SERVICE STATION 843 W. Salisbury Street AMOCO PRODUCTS Phone 2203 CITY DIAPER SERVICE Locally Owned 807 W. Salisbury St. Phone 4167 Compliments Of C- C- HUWEU- 31 SONS Bea Wishes To The Class of 1959 COURIER TRIBUNE RANDOLPH COUNTY'S Household Iournal Since 1876 B. C. MOORE 8g SONS B. B. WALKER SHOE CO. ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA Manufacturers "WALKER BRAND" SHOES WOODLEY FURNITURE CO. 118 South Church Street ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL BAKERY 122 North Church Street We Specialize In Wedding Cakes Page One Hundred Thirty-Five SENIOR TATISTICS BRENDA DALE LINTHICUM Beta Club, F.B.L.A., Treasurer, Office Assistant, Homeroom Officer, ASH-HI-LIFE Staff, Honor Roll. RUBY ALICE LOWE F.H.A., D.E. BARBARA ANN LUCAS Allied Youth, F.H.A., Homeroom Officer, Ash-Hi-Chat Staff, Art Editor. MINNIE ELIZABETH LUCAS Allied Youth, Dramatics, Pen Pal Club, Secretary, Majorettes, Color Guard. ROBERT LEON McDUFF IE RONALD JASPER McELHANNON F.T.A., Pen Pal. TRACY WALLACE MCMASTERS Spanish Club, Honor Roll. THELMA LEE MARION Pen Pal Club, D.O. Club, Senior Showcase. MARTHA FAYE MARLOWE Dramatics Club, Girls' Monogram Club, French Club, Radio and T.V. Institute Scholarship, ASH-HI-LIFE Staff. F RANKIE DARRELL MILLER Industrial Arts, Radio and Electricity, Amateur Radio Club, Secretary, Homeroom Treasurer, Homeroom Reporter, Ash-Hi- Chat Staff. JAN CRAIG MOFFITT Key Club, Sportsman Club, Allied Youth, Homeroom President, Homeroom Treasurer, Jimior Varsity Wrestling, Ash-Hi-Chat Staff, ASH-HI-LIF E Staff, Honor Roll. RUTH JACQUELYN NALL Pen Pal Club, Photography Club, Allied Youth, F.H.A., Home- room Reporter. RONNIE MUSE NANCE Industrial Arts Club, Sportsman Club. SARAH MAXINE NEAL Pen Pal Club, F.H.A., D.E. Club, Vice-President. LOUISE ANN OWENS DOUGLAS MONROE PARKS Homeroom Officer, Junior Sportsman Club, Monogram Club, Wrestling, Football. MARY BELLE PATE Beta Club, Allied Youth, French Club, F.T.A., Secretary, Eoineroom Reporter, Girls' Sports Editor, Scholarship Honor 0 . EDWIN DEVIT PENRY Allied Youth, Amateur Radio Club. FREDRICKA JANE PETTY French Club, Allied Youth, F.H.A., Scholarship Honor Roll. JEWELL GAIL PRESCOTT Pen Pal Club, Library Club, Reporter, Photography Club, Allied Youth, F.B.L.A., Library Assistant. BETTY JANE PRITCHARD French Club, Monitors' Club, Secretary, F.T.A., Pianist, Home- room Reporter, Treasurer, ASH-HI-LIFE Staff, Honor Roll. HALLIE CRAVEN REAVES, JR. Junior Play, Senior Play, Beta Club, Monitors' Club, Scholar- ship Honor Roll, ASH-HI-LIFE Staff, Business Manager. KATHARINE LESLIE REDDINC French Club, Beta Club, Program Chairman, Allied Youth, Homeroom Secretary, Junior Marshal, D.A.R. Citizenship Award, ASH-HI-LIFE Co-Editor, Scholarship Honor Roll, Senior Superlative. Page One Hundred Thirty-Six TALMADC-E WALKER REDDING, JR. Sportsman Club, D.O. Club, J.V. Football. ROBERT LEVIN REESE Spanish Club, Photography Club, Sportsman Club, Monitors' Club, Junior Play Cast, Senior Play Cast, J.V. Football, Scholarship Honor Roll, Senior Showcase. ELEANOR KAREN RICH Allied Youth, F.B.L.A., Reporter, Student Council, P.T.S.A. Representative, ASH-HI-LIFE Staff, Scholarship Honor Roll, Senior Superlative, Office Assistant. LARRY SMITH RICHARDSON D.O. Club, Sportsman Club,'Industrial Arts Club. JAMES LESLIE RIDDLE, JR. Allied Youth, Treasurer, Spanish Club, Key Club, President, Monogram Club, Class President, Homeroom President, Junior Play Cast, Student Council, Varsity Football, Track, J.V. Bas- ketball, Varsity Basketball, ASH-HI-LIFE Staff, Senior Show- case. THOMAS JEFFERSON ROBINSON Pen Pal Club, Allied Youth, F.T.A., Chemistry Lab Assistant, French Club, Treasurer, Math-Science Club, Monitors' Club, Junior Science Symposium Delegate, Scholarship Honor Roll. BRENDA KAY ROUTH Pen Pal Club, Latin Club, F.H.A., Dramatics Club. LINDA FAYE ROUTH Spanish Club, F.T.A., Quill and Scroll Club, Allied Youth, Pen Pal Club, Beta Club, Dramatics Club, Photography Club, Homeroom Secretary, Ash-Hi-Chat Staff, Assistant Business Manager, ASH-HI-LIFE Staff, Scholarship Honor Roll. JAMES ALLEN SCOTT Key Club, Boys' Monogram Club, Monitors' Club, Treasurer, Sportsman Club, Spanish Club, Allied Youth, Pen Pal Club, Treasurer, Chairman Properties Committee, Senior Play, Stu- dent Council, J.V. Basketball, Varsity Baseball, Varsity Basket- ball, ASH-HI-STAFF, Business Staff, Honor Roll. ROY MALCOLM SINK Sophomore Sportsman Club, Industrial Arts Club, Secretary- Treasurer, Homeroom Officer, Pen Pal Club, Vice-President. PHILLIP CONRAD SMITH Sophomore Sportsman Club, Secretary, Beta Club, French Club, Junior Marshal, Honor Roll. ROLAND DeWITT SMITH Monogram Club, Sportsman Club, Spanish Club, Homeroom Officer, Varsity Baseball, Ash-Hi-Chat Staff, Sports Editor. SYLVIA SUE SMITH Office Assistant, Pen Pal Club, Secretary, F.B.L.A. TERRY LOWERY SNOW Allied Youth, Spanish Club, Beta Club, Homeroom Officer, Wrestling Team. JAMES CLIFFORD SPENCER, JR. Sportsman Club, Treasurer, Key Club, Treasurer, Board of Di- rectors, Beta Club, President, French' Club, Monitors' Club, Monogram Club, Homeroom Officer, Student Council, Junior Marshal, J.V. Basketball, Varsity Basketball, Track Team, ASH-HI-LIFE Staff, Co-Editor, Senior Superlative, Honor Roll. JOHN DEMPSEY SPENCER D.O. Club, Vice-President, Spanish Club, Photography Club. GUILFORD DAIRY Extends Its Sincere Best Wishes For Continued Success to the' ' Graduating Class of Asheboro High School ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA Phone 4171 Compliments of CERTIFIED CONCRETE CORPORATION CHARMEUSE HOSIERY INDUSTRIES DIXIE DEW CAFE AND DRIVE-IN Open 24 Hours Daily Breakfast-Lunches-Dinners Curb Service Any Time 504 N. Fayetteville Street Phone 4114 YATES THRIFT STORE P ge One Hundred Thirt SENIOR TATISTICS LOUISE MILLER SPENCER F.H.A., D.E., Reporter. SHIRLEY ozaon STATQN French Club, F.H.A., Librarian. CLAUDETTE RUTH STEPHENS D.E., Secretary, Job-Interview Trophy. RUTH LaVONNE STOUT Homeroom Officer, Color Guard, Ash-Hi-Chat Staff, Honor Roll, Office Assistant, F.T.A. Club, Allied Youth, French Club, Dramatics Club, Quill and Scroll Club. HILDA GRAY STRIDER Dramatics Club, F.H.A., F.B.L.A., Allied Youth, Homeroom Offfer, Majorette, Student Council, Office Assistant, Monitors' C u . JOAN EMILY SYKES F.T.A., Science-Math Club, Band, Secretary, Junior Play Cast, Honor Roll. BILL PAUL THOMAS D.O. Club, Junior Play Cast, Basketball, Baseball. IRIS JEAN THOMAS D.O. Club. WAYNE DELBERT THOMAS Spanish Club, Secreta , Key Club, Pen Pal Club, President, Homeroom Vice-Presildfent, Homeroom President, Treasurer Student Council, Vice-President Sophomore Class, Student Council Store Manager, J.V. and Varsity Basketball, Citizen- ship Honor Roll. W W g BRENDA GAYLE THOMPSON F.T.A., Allied Youth, Photography Club, Pen Pal Club, Dra- matics Club, Library Assistant, Quill and Scroll Club, Treas- urer, Senior Play Cast, Feature Editor Ash-Hi-Chat Staff, Scholarship Honor Roll. ROGER CRAVEN THOMPSON D.O. Club, Key Club, Homeroom Reporter, D.O. Club, Re- porter. MARTHA GAIL THREADGILL F.T.A., French Club, Beta Club, Monitors' Club, Allied Youth, French Club, Vice-President, Junior Play Cast, Senior Play Cast, Student Council, Scholarship Honor Roll. RACHEL NEAL TROGDON F .T.A., President, French Club, Dramatics Club, Chapel Band, Junior Play Cast, Senior Play Cast, Assistant Editor, Ash-Hi- Chat Staff, ASH-HI-LIFE Staff, Honor Roll, Girls' State Delegate. SHELBY JEAN TROGDON Allied Youth, Pen Pal Club, Treasurer. INDIA LOUISE TROTTER Girls' Monogram Club, F.B.L.A., Varsity Basketball, Office Assistant. JAMES LOWELL TUCKER D.O. Club, Homeroom Vice-President. CURTIS EUGENE 'TUTTEROW Photography Club, French Club, Homeroom Officer. VADEN BROOKS UNDERWOOD Photography Club, Boys' Monogram Club, Spanish Club, Homeroom President, Treasurer, Reporter, Junior Play Cast, Senior Play Cast, Varsity Wrestling, Senior Superlative, Schol- arship Honor Roll. Page One Hundred Thirty-Eight BRENDA SUETTA VESTAL Office Assistant, F.T.A., Spanish Club, Dramatics Club, High School Radio Announcer, Radio Institute Scholarship, Ash-Hi- Chat Circulation Manager, ASH-HI-LIFE Staff, Scholarship Honor Roll, Monitors' Club. BRENDA FAYE VONCANNON Science-Math Club, Beta Club, F.T.A., Band, Librarian, Junior Play Cast, Senior Play Cast, Chief Marshal, Scholarship Honor Roll. BOBBIE DIANNE VUNCANNON Dramatics Club, French Club, Beta Club, F.T.A., Homeroom Treasurer, Student Council, Scholarship Honor Roll. JAMES MILTON WALTON Amateur Radio Club, Treasurer. TOBIE ANN WELCH Pen Pal Club, Dramatics Club, F.H.A. JAMES LEE WEST, JR. Allied Youth, Spanish Club, Pen Pal Club, Monitors' Club. LACY TROY WEST, JR. Boys' Monogram Club, Sportsman Club, J.V. Basketball, Var- sity Basketball, Varsity Baseball. NANCY CAROLYN WHAM F.H.A., Allied Youth, D.O. Club, Secretary, Junior and Chapter Degrees F.H.A. RICHARD KELLY WICKER, JR. Photography Club, Monitors' Club, Sportsman Club, Allied Youth, Spanish Club, Key Club, Boys' Monogram Club, Home- room Vice-President, Varsity Baseball, J.V. Football, J.V. Bas- kegball, Activities Editor of ASH-HI-LIFE, Scholarship Honor Ro . ANNE HAMER WILLIAMS F.T.A., French Club, Office Assistant, Homeroom Officer, Student Council. JAMES LAMAR WOODLEY, JR. Beta Club, Spanish Club, Scholarship Honor Roll. WILLIAM ECLESTON WOODRUFF Allied Youth, Sportsman Club, French Club, Beta Club, Math-Science Club, Scholarship Honor Roll. BETSY RUSH YORK Girls' Monogram Club, F.T.A., French Club, Beta Club, Quill and Scroll Club, Monitors' Club, President, Student Council, Store Manager, Vice-President, Delegate to National Student Council Convention, Jr. Marshal, Girls' Basketball, Co-Captain, Cheerleaders, ASH-HI-LIFE Staff, Senior Superlative, Scholar- ship Honor Roll. JAMES WALTER YORK D.E. Club, Associate President. DEBORAH WRIGHT YOUNG-- Monitors' Club, F.T.A., F.B.L.A., Dramatics Club, Beta Club, S anish Club Treasurer' Homeroom Officer' Office Assistant, Clfass Secretary. ' , . ELMER LEON YOW Dramatics Club, Photography Club, Pen Pal Club, President, D.O. Club. DIXIE DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT Congratulations, Seniors! Compliments Of DIXIE FURNITURE COMPANY COFFIN 81 SCARBORO Quality Shoes Since 1915 121 Sunset Avenue ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA CAGLE SERVICE STATION "Serving Sinclair Products' Expert Washing-Polishing-Greasing 6: Accessories Phone 9004-Night Phone 6819 1006 South Fayetteville Extension ASHEBOR0. NORTH CAROLINA WALKER'S MEN'S SHOP Dress right-you can't afford not to., CAROLINA MOTOR COURT "A Place of Rest for Tired Guests" 1544 North Fayetteville Street ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA CANOY NURSERIES ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA First in Quality Fairest in Prices-Fastest in Service "A Satisfied Customer Is Our First R Consideration" LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS Fields Caviness Wayne Sexton Clyde Chisholm jimmy Taylor Life, Educational, Mortage Protection Family Income, and Retirement Plans Page One Hundred Thirty-Nine HAYWORTH MOTOR CO 523 S. Fayetteville St. ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA Phone 6177 CITY TIRE 81 AUTO SERVICE Recapping-Tire Vulcanizing Wheel Alignment and Balancing Day Phone 4247 Night Phone 5662 914 North Fayetteville St., ASHEBORO, N. C D. W. HOLTSICOMPANY F armall Tractors International Trucks DURHAM PRINTING COMPANY ARMY-NAVY STORE FOX PROFESSIONAL DRUG COMPANY 516 S. Fayetteville Street Phone 5225 ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA FIRST NATIONAL BANK "Your Friendly Bank" Member of the Federal Reserve System ELLIOTT'S SEAFOOD AND POULTRY MARKET Phone 2021 126 W. Academy Best Wishes to the Class of 1959 EVA FRYE'S DRESS SHOP 154 South Fayetteville St. ASHEBOPIO, NORTH CAROLINA FARLOW FUNERAL HOME AMBULANCE SERVICE . Phone 2115 ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA DIXIE 'DRIVE Esso SERVICE CENTER O h dred Forty Congratulations and Best Wishes To The 1959 Graduates HSHEBURU HUSIEHU IHILLS, IHC. A CRANFORD INDUSTRY Page One Hundred Forty-One DAVIS TIRE SERVICE Recapping-Vulcanizing Used Tires 726 S. Fayetteville St. Phone 4142 ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA Compliments , . . .of. . . . "ff2Q'Qj1TFfjjt1'jif1fS RAND FURNITURE CORPORATION JONES DEPARTMENT STORE Clothing for the entire family Your Industrial Neighbors At Asheboro General Electric Send All Good Wishes To The Graduating Class At Asheboro High School We Make Automatic Blankets, Heating Pads And Vaporizers Pvgress k Our Muff lmpoffanf Pmdud GENERAL ELECTRIC ASHEBORO PLANT gOHddFyT BALFOUR BARGAIN MART BONK,S CLEANER CENTRAL GAS AND APPLIANCE CO. CHISHOLM AND RIDGE AUTO MART CLINIC BARBER SHOP COX AND FREEMAN BARBER SHOP DUCHESS BEAUTY SHOPPE ECONO OIL CO. ESSICK ESSO F. and A. GROCERY FCX FARM MACHINERY FLENNIKEN UPHOLSTERINC FREEMAN'S SERVICE STATION GOLD SHOP CRIMES JEWELRY CO. HADLEY COAL CO. HILL,S ROLLER RINK HOME FURNITURE CO. HOP'S BARBECUE HUNSUCKER PRINTING CO. JAMES E. WEBB JOHN JAMES CROFT, JR. JONES 66 SERVICE STATION JONES SKATING RINK KAY,S MA-DELL,S FOOD CENTER MAECILL BEAUTY SHOP MODERN SHOE SERVICE MOFF ITT HOSIERY MILLS, Inc. MR. and MRS. H. M. BRYANT NEELY INSURANCE AGENCY NORTH STATE FINANCE CO. QUALITY BLIND and AWNING CO. RANDOLPH FARM EQUIPMENT RANDOLPH FCX RANDOLPH HOME And AUTO SUPPLY COMPANY RANDOLPH PLUMBING and HEATING COMPANY RANDOLPH REXALL DRUG CO. RANDOLPH SHOE SHOP RED'S CHICKEN HUT ROUTH GROCERY and SERVICE STATION SERVICE BEAUTY SHOP SIR ROBERT MOTEL SIR ROBERT REAL ESTATE SOUTHSIDE BARBER SHOP TYLER LISK INSURANCE AGENCY VON,S RESTAURANT VUNCANNON HOSIERY MILLS, Inc. WAY GROCERY AND MARKET WOOD MUTUAL AGENCY Page One Hundred Forty-Three J. L. FRITZ, M.D. HUGH FITZPATRICK, M.D. H. L. GRIFFIN, M.D. J. T. BARNES, M.D. EUGENE B. CANNON, M.D. GEORGE B. JOHNSTON, M.D. LUKE W. QUERY, JR.,M.D. W. H. FOWLE III, R. P. SYKES, M.D. E. D. SHACKELFORD, JR., M.D. JOEL C. WHALEY, Optometrist I JOHN L. MARSHBURN, Optometrist JOHN L. DAVIS, D.C. EARLIE R. HILL, JR., D. G. JOHN O. REDDING, JR., M.D. H. MacMURRY WHITE, M.D. GEORGE W. JOYNER, M.D. ROBERT M. WILHOIT, M.D. ANN HOWARD SUGGS, M.D. A FRIEND M.D. A FRIEND B. F. BARHAM, M.D. THORNTON R.CLEEK, M.D. FRANK EDMONDSON, M.D. The Asheboro Dental Society Congratulates The Graduating Class of 1959 I J. A. MCINTOSH, D.D.S. RALPH E. KILPATRICK, D.D.S. O. L. PRESNELL, D.D.S. WALTER R. GRIMSLEY, D.D.S. JOHN W. MENIUS, JR., D.D.S. JOSEPH R. SUGGS, D.D.S. J. T. THOMAS, D.D.S. JOHN W. ATWAT'ER, JR., D.D.S. y ingungt Page One Hundred F orty-F our ASHEBORO TOY AND HOBBY SHOP 435 S. Fayetteville Street "Toys for all occasions" FETNER-MOORE COMPANY INC. 465 North Fayetteville Street G. L. HARRIS COMPANY Watches-Diamonds-Music-Sporting Goods H' R' 8' 322-324 Sunset Avenue uRe0lf01'S,' ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA NATIONAL HIIIISOILBGIIQ, CARBON COMPANY 5 Ho1nc'o0fBet'1cr Values MCLAURIN CORPORATION DIVISION OF PHOENIX HOSIERY COMPANY COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF ASHEBORO 19 South Fayetteville Street HEDGECOCK HOME BUILDING INC. HAnmN's FURNITURE HOUSE Our Specialty-Millwork I Complete Home Building Supplies Hlghway 220 North IDEAL ELECTRIC COMPANY Contracting 6r Repairing 120 Trade Street GARNER-MORGAN HARDWARE COMPANY Crosley, Gibson, and Maytag Appliances McGre or S ortin G ds 8 P 8 00 Hardware and Paints 126-128 N. Church St. Phone 3027 P g One Hundred Fort HIZER LHUHDERERS HND CLEHHERS Phone 2131 ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA GENE'S ESSO SERVICE ESSO Gas and Products Dial 2435 Comer of Fayetteville and Salisbury Sts. TowN AND courmzv y FURNITURE co., mc. Telephone 5522 613 N. Fayetteville St. "Where I the Boys M eet" HALL-KNOTT, INC. MENS AND BOYS' WEAR PUGH OIL COMPANY ESSO Petroleum Products Phone 3476 or 4090 J. D. ROSS8i COMPANY ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA Compliments of JONES VARIETY STORE VVhere your dollar goes a long way. L 81 L CLEANERS AND LAUNDRY "LESTER'S LEARN ERS" Private First Grade for children not old enough to enter public school. MRS. F. C. LESTER, Teacher REAVES PHARMACY Prescription Specialists FREE DELIVERY Phone 2300 J. B. JOHNS INSURANCE AGENCY Compliments of AUTO-FIRE-LIFE RANDOLPH SAVINGS AND LOAN JACK AND JILL CHILDREN'S SHOP P g One Hundred Fort Office Machines Office Systems Office Furniture J. D. CROOM CO. 140 S. Fayetteville St. Phone 5101 ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA HERLOCKER OIL COMPANY Distributors of SINCLAIR PRODUCTS Dial 4242 SCOTT BOOK STORE, INC. School Supplies 140-42 S. Fayetteville St. Phone 5101 ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA Portable Typewriters REMINGTON, SMITH-CORONA, ROYAL Greeting Cards-Gifts Books-Albums P AND P cl-:Am COMPANY KENAN MUTUAL INSURANCE AGENCY "We gioe complete insurance? Phone 6144 RIDDLE-MCNEELY INC. Fine Clothes For Men and Young Men ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA WILSON TILE COMPANY Established I945 W. V. Wilson, Owner Office 1027 Sunset Drive Display Window 6: Warehouse 1352 Winslow Avenue FOOD LINE SUPER MARKETS 645 North Fayetteville 845 West Salisbury McGILL'S TAXI 81 BUS LINE LAMBERT PRINTING CO. PRINTING-OFF ICE SUPPLIES BLANK BOOKS Telephone 2433 ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA Page One Hundred Forty-Eight HARRELSON'S TEXACO LEONARIZ :LggH:imOTOR g-Repair-mg llewindin ' ' 1221 N. Fayetteville Street ga,gfffviBi0gZf,et ASHEBORO1?h13I3eR?1'0Il4 CAROLINA ASHEBORIO. ?Nlt?ll,'lK'H292IAROLINA KEARN'S SERVICE DRUG 803 W. Salisbury Sheet MAPLE GROVE DAIRY Sealtest Dairy Products Phone 2216 MOORE-GARDN ER 81 ASSOCIATES, INC. Consulting Engineers MILLIKAN'S SAUSAGE COMPANY Box 56 Station 1 MID-STATE INSURANCE A AGENCY, INC. "Competent Insurance Advisors" PAUL D. TROLLINGER, Mgr. "The More You Practice The Better You Play' NORTH ASH EBORO MINIATURE GOLF COURSE 81 DRIVING RANGE H Hwy. 220 ASHEBORO, N. C. A N D Lu M B E R CCMPANY, INC. Compliments of PUGH FUNERAL HOME ROSES 5c, 'lOc, 81 25c STORES INC. Congratulations, Seniors! Telephone 2010 Page One Hundred Forty Best Wishes RESTAURANT KING CARL WORTH FURNITURE Inc. Compliments Of ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA ROWE TAILORING 81 TOWN MODES ' ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA M SOUTHERN A 4' V FLOOR Auckof covenmss .I I .A The 1959 Fords , asInImra 'F "The World's Most Beautifully Porportioned Cars" A I 1 :a sa, VESTAL Moron co. 911 South Fayetteville Phone 2343 SALES AND SERVICE TOMMY'S DRIVE-IN Barbecue-Eats-Sandwiches Thick Milk Shakes NORTH ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA STOCKNER AND BARNES INC. Fridgidaire Appliances, Sporting Goods Television, Phonographs, and Records One Hundred Fifty T Congratulations and 9 Best Wishes to the r Graduating Class of 1958-1959 HCFHE-IHCCHHRU HUSIERU HIILLS Page One Hundred Fifty-One TEEN HAVEN Quality Clothes for Sub-Teens and Iuniors HINSHAW INSURANCE AGENCY ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA V Blione 2424 I I AUMAN BROTHERS FEEI3 TIE-RITE 'NECKWEAR CO. ' 8- SEED STORE ' Box 211 Feeds Phone 4057 ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA Diamond-Sfafffville Feftilizefs Armour-Royster-Robertson ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA ROSE FURNITURE CO. 147 N. Fayetteville St. ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA "Where Quality and Prices Meet" Best Wishes. To The Class Of 1959 CUMMINGS FROZEN FOODS Highway 220-South At City Limits RQ B E RTS' BAR- B E-C U E Lockers Meat Processing Storage Curing ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA BEST WISHES From REAVES WALGREEN AGENCY DRUG STORE 117-119 Sunset Avenue Phone 2151 SOUTHERN CROWN MILI.ING COMPANY ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA Manufacturers of GOLD BOND FLOUR Plain and Self-Rising BLUE RIBBON CORN MEAL Plain and Self-Rising BLUE RIBBON FEEDS Compliments of REDDING GRAIN 8. STORAGE COMPANY ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA Page One Hundred Fifty-Two V CONGRATULATIONS and BEST WISHES MANUFACTURING COMPANY ASH EBORO, N. C. A 551 Fifth Avenue' 2040 Solano Way P. O. Box 1997 New York, New York Oakland, California Honolulu, T. H. a ... THE CONTROLLED QU L T UNDERWEAR W Q kb M Page One Hundred Fifty-Th SUPERIOR CRAFTSMANSHIP 'T 1, X N My VM 7 u n-I-er ag commw Publisher of the 1959 Ash-Hi-Life QUALITY YEARBOOKS f i To Mr. Marston Wright we wish to express our gratitude for his diligent work, patience, and understanding. It is because of the cooperation of Mr. Wright, we are happy to present the pictures in the 1959 ASH-HI-LIF E. Let us also express our appreciation to Mr. Fred Burgess for his liberal contribu- tion of pictures in the athletic section of our yearbook. Washington April, 1959 The Franklin Park--our home away Mr. Phoenix, don't leave us, please. Brenda, stop brooding and let's gol from home. Page One Hundred Fifty-Five Whee-a twelve-minute break-even Mr. Van Hoy-did you get left? I just MUST see him tonight! in Washington! f I ' ,evfi ' x 2354, Ti f W ooon , W Ni an t..fo Oh, no-More steps? When do we eat? W'here's Bussey? Watch that last step-it's tricky! I wonder what we,1I see next. This we-won't soon forget.. Page One Hundred Fifty-Six


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