Germanton High School - Mustang Yearbook (Germanton, NC)

 - Class of 1961

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Brown F 4 I flu. pqx 1' YW x T - .JSM "2""N:"9 ...Lex Taren f- yea Cfez' Kwssoczkzfzbn ,nm,,,,v,, ,QW-Y,.,4f, riff? 'WE VEWVMHMW-226 ,iwwre MRS- RASS LAWSON """ Secretary MR. BILL TUTTLE ------- - Treasurer MRS. BUCK JOHNSON - - - -President NIR. BILLY GRAY JONES - - Vice President "Our New Chairs" "Social Hour After a Meeting" X4 Q W E n X H X X FACULTY xx X: 5 Vx! U i nll"""""' .-,.f . X f 3 s gag, 1,1 4 jfs: ,fy if 15,12 'l x ' f ,Q Y 1,5 ,. , 4 . r Z 7 ., 2 t yi 7,9 N, QTFII2 czpafs ffzessaye It is only by thoughts, study, and hard work that you can accomplish those things in life that you wish to accomplish. May the future bring to you all the things you wish to accomplish. Let this be my expression of thanks to those who have made this school year be what it has been MR. WADE H. DUNCAN Principal M.A. from A.S.T.C. Qgcfoof 25 MRS. C. I. SWARINGEN Science Atlantic Christian i,,,,,.,,. -. QCUA? MR. ALTON C. CAPPS English Temple College if ei? 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Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 2: Marshal 3: Jun- C ior Play 33 Senior Play 4g Most Athletic 45 Most Bashful 4g Student Council Representative 43 Class Giftorian 4g 4-H lg Library Assistant 1, 2, NANCY MARIE BOWDEN Do -Little" Class Officer 43 Neatest 43 Most Talented 43 Marshal 33 4-H 13 Junior Play 33 Senior Play 4. 1WW5 ' LINDA FAYE COX "Chunky" 4-H 13 Lunchroorn l, 2, 43 Class Officer 2, 43 Hal- loween Queen 23 Junior Play 33 Senior Play 4g May Day Attendant 33 Chief Marshal 33 Cheerleader 43 Most Likely to Succeed 43 Cutest 4. BRENDA GALE HAMPTON "Little Bit" Best Sport 43 Biggest Flirt 43 Class Poet 43 Halloween Queen 43 Junior and Senior Play 3, 4g Basketball 43 Softball 23 Glee Club 13 4-H 1,23 Substitute Bus Driver 3, 4. fm f 'X 'Tv'-f -er AQ-N V, ,, DAVID T HOMAS HAWKIN S "Cleo" 41 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball l, 2, 43 Most Likely to Succeed 43 Best All Arotuid 4g Marshal 33 Bus Driver 3, 43 Student Council Officer 3, 43 Junior and Senior Play 3, 4. DORIS IANE HILL Snuffy" Glee Club 13 4-H 1, 23 Basketball 43 Softball 23 Jun- ior and Senior Play 3, 43 Most Humorous 43 Friendliest 43 Best All Around 4. fvx '7I."?"'1" Y' 5. JOHNNY BROWDER JOHNSON "Romeo" Most Popular 4g Most Athletic 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Student Council Representative 13 Class Officer 2, 43 Junior and Senior Play 3, 43 Student Council Officer 33 4-H 13 Halloween King 3 LESLIE DARRYL RING "Ringeye" Class Officer 1, 33 Student Council Representative 2g Substitute Bus Driver 43 Basketball 43 Basketball Manager 33 Junior and Senior Play 3, 43 Most At- tractive 43 Neatest 43 Cutest 43 Friendliest 43 Biggest Flirt 43 4-H 1, 23 Testator 4. 'K LZER ,,4 4 'Ns-ss. as - N- , Ugg. . .f .a LARRY LEE ROLAND "Peanut" Basketball 43 Junior and Senior Play 3, 43 Student Council Representative 33 Class Officer 43 Baseball 23 Most Humorous 43 Best Personality 4g Biggest Pest 43 Best Sport 4. LYNDA MAE SMITH "Lyne" Glee Club lg 4-H 25 Softball 2g Junior and Senior Play 3, 4g Most Dependable 4. L.. A DONALD GRAY WHITE Ncotn 4-H 1, 2g Student Council Representative 45 Basket- ball 4g Most Bashful 4g Most Dependable 4g Most Talented 45 Senior Play 4. PHYLLIS JEAN SOUTHERN "Phyl" Glee Club lg 4-H 2g Softball 2g Junior and Senior Play 3, 4g Student Council Representative 3g Best Personality 4g Biggest Pest 4. JANIE ANN WHITE "Ann" Most Popular 4g Most Attractive 4g Class Officer 1, 3g Student Council 2g Softball 23 Junior and Senior Play 3, 4g Class Historian 45 Marshal 3g Miss German ton Hi 3g May Day Attendant lg Homecoming At- tendant 3, 4g Storekeeper 3. 'Q-1..,,v SQ,- MOST ATTRACTIVE Janie White Darryl Ring MOST HUMOROUS Dorrs H111 Larry Roland FRIENDLIEST Doris Hill Darryl Ring MOST POPULAR Janie White I ohnny Johnson .fx va fn - "-- --- - V MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Linda Cox David Hawkins CUTEST Linda Cox Darryl Ring NEATEST Nancy Bowden Darryl Ring BEST ALL -AROUND Doris H111 David Hawkins T ' can ja MOST DEPENDABLE Lynda Smith ' -'f . Don White MOST ATHLETIC Nola Bennett Johnny Johnson Q-: ' Y BEST PERSONALITY Phyllrs Southern BIGGEST FLIRT Brenda Hampton Larry Roland Darryl Ring 1 QM MOST BASHFUL Nola Bennett Don Whlte 4? BIGGEST PEST Phyllis Southern Larry Roland New MOST TALENTED Nancy Bowden Don White BEST SPORT Brenda Hampton Larry Roland G dans jifrfstfof' We, the class of '61, entered high school in September, 1957. There were twenty-eight of us under the guidance of our homeroom teacher, Mrs. Aleine Gra- vitt, and Mr. Wade Duncan, principal. During our Freshman year, we were fortunate to have two girls and three boys on the basketball teams. Janie White was chosen as May Day Attendant, Losing eight of our students during the year certainly made a big difference in the class. Before we knew it, our Freshman year was over and the summer months be- gan. Beginning our Sophomore year, Mr. Duncan was our homeroom teacher. We were proud to have Katie Wagoner represent us in the May Court. Linda Cox was crowned Halloween Queen. We were all sorry to lose three more of our students that year. One of our most enjoyable experiences during our Junior year was when we took the Seniors on "An Evening in Holland", which was the theme of our Junior- Senior Banquet. Another great experience was when we gave our two Junior plays, a short comedy of 'Who Does the Dishes 'l'onight', and a three act play, 'Blind Luck'. We were honored to have David Hawkins as Vice-President and Johnny Johnson as Corresponding Secretary of the Student Council. Marshals for the 1960 Graduating class were: Linda Cox, Chief, Nancy Bowden, Nola Bennett, Janie White, and David Hawkins. Halloween King and Queen came from our class in the persons of Johnny Johnson and Brenda Hampton. During the Spring of 1960, Janie White was elected Miss Germanton Hi and Maid of Honor in the May Court. For the graduating class of 1960 it was our pleas- ure to present the traditional Daisy Chain. As Seniors we moved into another year of studies with our Motto "We Finish to Begin". Our fondest dreams came true when we received our classrings on Octo- ber 31. We, the Seniors, wish to thank each teacher who has helped guide us through our school days, also our friends and classmates. To our friends and classmates we wish to express a desire that they strive for the betterment of themselves. With sadness we think of leaving Germanton, but we are looking forward to a bright future filled with happiness. Class Historian Janie White 7314010 ecy gf Gkss 0 761 As I look into my crystal ball, I see very clearly the future that lies ahead for the members of the Class of '61 of Germanton High School. Breaking from the hazy mist that surrounds the future, I see that LINDA COX is an airline hostess for the largest airline serving Winston-Salem. Overshadowing her work as Hostess is the fact that she will soon become the hostess in the home of some lucky mang her husband. Next, I can see NANCY BOWDEN taking her place at the piano. At the other piano, can be made out the figure of another pianist. Could it be that Nancy has become the partner of Liberacel What's this! Suddenly I can see the future of DARRYL RING. He has just be- come M. G. M. 's most important movie actor. We will soon be seeing him on the screen as the star of that most exciting, "Gone", LARRY ROLAND has just bought out his partners, and is now the sole owner of the largest Ford place in the World. His cars are selling by the millions. I can see that the 'Hot Rod Kid', DAVID HAWKINS, has won the champion- ship trophy at the Indianapolis Speedway with his souped-up '49 Ford. This is David's fifth straight Victory. My next glance reveals IANIE WI-HTE as the owner of her own beauty shop. I'm sure she will do well, as hers is the only shop in Germanton. Coming into view now is NOLA KAY BENNETT. She is now head waitress at one of the most elaborate restaurants in New York City. Newspaper headlines show next what we've all been looking forward to. JOHN- NY JOHNSON has finally replaced Mr. Duncan as principal at Germanton. Lucky DON WHITE. He has just become manager of the Skating Rink in King. Some call him the best skater in the territory. From the crystal ball, I can now report that his fame goes farther than that. A real close look shows that BRENDA HAMPTON is buying an airplane ticket to Hawaii. Seems she is planning on setting up a million dollar Hula dress shop. She will cater to tourists with money. Looks like DORIS HILL and PHYLLIS SOUTHERN never made it. Here they are, about ready to move into their new businessg 'Shady Rest Home for Particular Old Maids'. However, they are still on the look-out for two tall, dark, handsome and rich men. Good luck girls. Last, but not the least of them, I can see the future of the final Senior of '61s LYNDA SMITH. Lynda has won the title of "Best Housekeeper of the United States" Surely, someone has made a terrible mistake. Yes, these are the things that the old crystal ball predicts. True or false, may the future of these Seniors of '61 be the best in the world. Surely, their future will be whatever they are best fitted for. ' 61 Class Prophet ANONYMOUS Cfzss 9709122 PAST AND FUTURE It is so hard for us to tell The joys we've had at Germanton High As the times have gone swiftly by To the day that we must say good -bye. In this school where we all met We had the times we won't forget, Although we have had a lot of sorrow We'll find our happiness in some tomorrow. We all shall begin a life of our own Which will be a lonesome road to travel alone, But we shall find the end someday And thus will prove we found our way. So we, the Seniors of this year, Bid you all a farewell and say That we hope you all will hear of the wonderful times we have far and near. Brenda Gale Hampton Class Poet GOLFS PINK AND WHITE gkwef PINK CARNATION J 220170 'WE FINISH TO BEGIN" gas!! 1' fan yesfamenf We, The Senior Class of Germanton High School, in the year Nineteen Hundred Sixty-one, proudly give to our friends. this, our LAST WILL and TESTAMENT. We hope that they who receive these bequests, will honor and cherish them always. The first one to will her possessions is BRENDA HAMPTON. She wills her small size to JUDY BOWMAN. Next, we have LYNDA SMITH, who wills her beautiful blonde hair to SARA BROWDER, who has always wanted to have blonde hair. Our next person just happens to be the tallest boy in Germanton High School, DON WHITE. He wills his extremely long legs to JIMMY FANSLER, who always has to look up to the girls. Poor NANCY BOWDEN, who has had her beat-up notebook for five long and hard years, has finally decided to give it to PEGGY MITCHELL, whose notebook is in worse shape than is Nancy's. The quietest girl in school, NOLA KAY BENNETT, wishes to leave her title to JUDY HEATH. It seems that Judy needs something to soften her Voice. The boy mechanic, LARRY ROLAND, wills his ability to tear out his automobile transmissions to RONALD WHITE. who has never been a reckless driver. JOHNNY JOHNSON, who is known for his nice ways in the classroom, leaves these nice ways to a needy one, KENNY WAYNE WHITE. JANIE WHITE has asked that her very best ink pen be given to JUNE TUTTLE, who is always asking to borrow it anyway. The chief marshal of her class, LINDA COX, wills her title of, "Most Likely to Succeed," to very deserving, she thinks, boy, RAY WHITE. Next is DORIS HILL who wills her most exciting laugh to BETTY JO TUTTLE, who is forever in a sad mood. And last of all, I, DARRYL RING, would like to leave my title of "Biggest Flirt" to JO ANN RUTLEDGE. Darryl Ring Testator of Class of 1961 ' 1960 MARSHALS . J UNI UR 1 Q 5 f """" 91-g-ii., I f 1 ' -,4 ' x -.,...-q-Q, unzbr Ghss Ojgbers -ur-'A President ------------ RAY WHITE Secretary ---------- JUDY HEATH Vice-Presiderm - - - CHERYL RUTLEDGE Treasurer- - - - -MARY IO HAMPTON JUDY BOWMAN MARY IO HAMPTON il, tf JUDY HEATH BILL McGEE PEGGY MITCHELL CHERYL RUTLEDGE HF' is-fx, JERRY RUTLEDGE RAY WHITE 9? Minnie Markle - - Shelia Haliday - - Nola Starr ---- Ronda Hallday - - Grace Hatton - - CD S759 junzbr JQy "BACHELOR BAIT' Presented on Nov. 1 Characters: - Mary Io Hampton - - - Peggy Mitchell - - Cheryl Rutledge - - - -Judy Heath - - Judy Bowman Zack Ross - - 1, 1960 Bill Archer - - - Danny Darling - lim Tuttle - - - - - - Ray White - - -Bill McGee - Gordon Tilley - Jerry Rutledge H 1 ,. i V i 1 5 1 1 V' N-x 55,13 2'4rAg,9' -,fzfr OPHOMORE X .xx V2 W im is 1 H ,Q b 'W n. lf viii '-9 .43 'W ' ur R , ws .Wi WA . f Cg0,0,60112o1'Q C dsx Kj!fHCQIl5' mr YQ' l President ----- - -IO ANN RUTLEDGE Secretary --------- JUNE TUTTLE Vice-President ----- BRENDA WATSON Treasurer- - - - RONALD WHITE YQ saga:- A' Us X ,M , in "YI" 1-far Eg S Q Q11 .. JACKIE BROWDER IUDY COOK JIMMY FANSLER as 4' gi AK , 2- W ' Q. X9 ix if 1' 'M LARRY HEATH avmkgzl 'UN .fd N1-4' xi, NINA HUBBARD . , , ' E ' 1,9 'A K .V , , . .S , ,x .. .- . 'V 4 ' z - ..,, -, W' . 3 1... 'f . .1 , Q- ., ALFRED MCGEE IO ANN RUTLEDGE W DEXTER STEWART BETTY TUTTLE JUNE TUTTLE mf BRENDA WATSON in W--..., an Aw, ig,-x " . W ?w ,u A"AA ' is 6 ', X X I ,. 'V 3 .W :N E AVT v W 1 E N Q 1 US Q 'h , , if Q ' , if W T Q gzfffxqn fn' 3 gil R2 .- .shim . KENNETH WHITE RONALD WHITE BERNIE WHITTEN V+.2. 5 1 ' 5 ep -- 3 X X . I . S h I 9 Q ' , hjy,,' A , M- fm.,-L" - Y T ba 4 . , ' xg is rms mn ,N Q, , V. A - ' v-,, Ln, hifi? ff' YV? ' i ' . 25.755 I P FRE HME . I Q . I 'ln 'mmf QUZQSKMW 4 President --------- SARA BROWDER Secretary -------- MELVIN TUTTLE Vice President - - - - DOUGLAS SMITH Treasurer - - ---- BILLY HILL g I'Q.S5122dI2 CQFS - L5 3 r VIRGINIA BOWDEN SHIRLEY BOWMAN 'Yi SARA BROWDER -115- "Nu-'S BRENDA FALLIN X 5' , Aj 'er I :Ha - I ff A 1 t f 9 Q fv'!'x-yy JAMES BROWN JIMMY COOK 'rv I . fin' Cf--W -TY I DARRELL HAMPTON BILLY HILL as 'Q-LJ "Irv-" wx X Qu.,- IQ ff 1 -1. ' I R Y' NVQ LINDA HILL RICHARD HILL DORIS LAWSON ,nf-lun as-'Q is Qawwo- wr'--"V . 6 ', m ,,,. -, -. . K . 4 fmizgg-fx y i MARGIE LAWSON Qi 'Qff""'?'v' ' CAROLYN MOORE fu I 3 -','-3 ' ' - :, .x ' 1 - '. '.'- .V f ' .Vw UQ. 3 1 , I . , 3 Mx, .I Q1 ' 21 1 CAROLYN LEWIS DOUGLAS SMITH tax 7 ,fc a' 'Q 'fb A ,,.q1 f PATSY LEWIS ,wh JOHNNY SPENCER ll! i ..t I BILL TAYLOR MELVIN TUTTLE PEGGY WAGONER f inf' I' S 'K 1 1 sol xg fi ,,,.,--" CCEQHQ gnfafy MR. JAMES PARRISH 8th Grade GCZIQ MRS. PEARLE MURPHY 5th and 4th Grades A.B. W. C. U. N. C. MR. JOE GIBSON 'lth Grade High Point College 'VI' 4 . 'X MRS. EULA BECK 2nd Grade W.C.U.N.C. High Point College F .4f,..f E MRS. HENRIETTA SOUHTERN 3rd Grade A. S. T. C. 4'f"A", MRS. ESTELLE SMITH 6th and 5th Grades A. S. T . C. High Point College dan X MISS HARRIET ALLEN lst Grade Germanton School L J J . if Qu. :sg X I H 'ar 4 .,,. l i- .. .ui xxx 'X x , , ix 'L xg., I Q M tgej Rf- V ' ,J My P if MS. -7 J f N agp. M EQTHQ' ':" ' J ' r r i'X..'f'l7"1"xg" 2 dl X YQ, l J J J J ,J ll , 1 A J J J i F J l . dll K 1? I I J Kelly Hale 1:-7 '? 516 Jn, f av td y fi Jewell Abbott Carl Amos Lola Mae Boles Bob Bowden Terry Bowman JoAnn Carroll Linda Cowick Fern Fallin Betty Fowler af -A.,-. Q My 914006 Linda Hampton '52 5' A it Mlfkd 7 -'D Garland H111 .I 'Q 1 .,. J Af K M , . ::1 . f Roger Holder fzf My E 3' 3 . 'ifli 9' nfs A XX K Richard Hiatt u 1 4' 5 'Q A .,,,,r ,yrb l-1', J , J r mei 43353 QR' ,' ' --, f I is t af f - - u,r'w X 1, J Billy McHone , , 4, Johnny Mitchell g 5 Q ' .. 4 ' R ,w f Qi, Q 9 wr 4. ' "f -0- Jerry Montgomery A5 1t.'A y.,,3, m y N7 A ' Rand M ers ' 'ff Y Y fear'-, ga, f Htl- xt J . I me Robertson . .:..w-. lst , . if " , 'MH mf" 'VWNVR lf? K, 21,39 Don Scott Q A w U x' B 4 X as .wt ' ,., lag: Q 4: - J - .., t r'- Dorothy Scott hlrni.',X-, L "T 3: J ' ' 0 , " ' Doris Smith Ffff Lic. 5 'A ' Q Q "' A Mike Smith , ,zr, R fl 1, f" K Larry Smith H It ' fy., N 'I ' .tp g xl .1 , 'Wax Donald Tuttle 1 Q S f Q .fl 4 4 Rae Ann Tuttle 'ft 'lf' 'T z' ' LU ' .. - '- "1 H' Ronald Tuttle W? gj 'S' "?E2"' Q54 ' ' B' Janie Watson M g, Q gi: 4,m.,. J f 1 Whit if ' f ' f r " Jess e 6 A 2595 to ,rv Q- . 'f ' fi-gaa iv gn . t -' ' J I 4 EIGHTH GRADE PROJECT "We learn about our Counties" SEVENTH GRADE PROJECT We followed the National Elecuon Ronnie Banner Dale Boles Larry Boles Elaine Bowden Larry Bowman Mike Brown Audrey Cook Christine Cowick Ray Cowick Don Denny Lorene Fallin Ann Hall Larry Hall Roy Hall Betty Hubbard 1'-2. fi 'sl'-b ,Q 1 sqm- -36 . L vm, l. i K.. v TLA. .'V ,. H 'f L E: - - N' 1-1 ip . r ur . P? ty' gp? , , "' N531 N Q 'P I 1 I 15 A f ,T M M7 1 A v !lsjs..f,,Q ku IX Yana r 3 l gif, L , S E: 1. a a 4 L 'w Q om Y-1 Xl! 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Jerry Williams Brenda White Golda Young Willette Young Jackie Jones George Lawson Colin Lewis Woodrow Mabe Linda Marshall Steve Morris Bonnie Moorefield Paulette Robertson Terry Robertson Allen Smith Don Southern Charles Stout Carolyn Talbert Clifford Talbert Archie Williams James Amos Betty Jo Boles Shirley Denny Ioan Hall Danny Hawkins Bessie Heath Carolyn Heath Sherry Heath Micheal Hicks sig, wr: ,V MV? ,f 'uf , g M 5155115 QFQQQ M 9 it -vw 4,13 y V mln 6. we ff' f ,lal A W Q is - Q y S t c ' A S M .. 2ii2 "ci S 1? W 5 , , M 2' 2 , : ,W me . -5. ' W . "'. . lll, l X saw 5 f ,VV 3 Leron Smith , W f zt, t..,. i I 5? ' Q f 'lf , 1 lla Mae Stewart 2 mm 'S 4 3 S., at 'E if George Taylor 4 """f" , -..".,l, """'5 .'f+E'N Harry Williams f' ya, " ' hgh. 1 . im' 1 f 'Nara fit , 2 ' , S 1 abu- 40 :f' it 5 if if v A if '::":" ' zv:55253f9""' ' an ..: x 7 f gf x if in 52 W7'?'v, ,. f . f M Alfred Hill Elizabeth Hill Joyce King Sue Ellen King Jerry Lewis Bobby Moore Bill Montgomery Ronnie Montgomery Mike Ring James Shouse i L.. 4 ' Aus.-5-A .....- , A .fa d Q V , -ta, ,Mx it '. t-W ' f vi. w 1 . 3 . 5 QW? fx? . . 4 15 L 1 ii it n 1 lx ekifvrf f A. V-.' , -Y . xl- 3' fwffi , -- -4 -v -- , I 1 14' Ljff A g,,w-:XX -' f X- .5 fx f' X 'Jfu ' xfc' V23- gp. ff -L. A ,ffkfifl Ji, Q . " . , M111 If t.-my 1. 2 A ' Ez' -1 "' ff. aww F- F t f V-" S SIXTH GRADE PROJECT 'We make things with our hands" g---- 5 Q ,'fr"4 H ' r 157' ROCKS A559 f, Slzvzzv' -sf-hz FIFTH GRADE PROJECT "We learn lnterestmg Facts" fxtef mlmvfvvwf - ii' ag Q ff , M J. Q J rpg rr 1 S- 1 1 ff xt as Xl- . ,. 5 ' X' X are 1 J' 1 -, .Lf ., , Jill n o t wal J f: 4'-7 'al I ,J -A dh Xl 'iw ,maxi Naomi Ayers Bridgett Bennett Darrell Boles Eugene Bowman Jayson Duncan David Hall Connie Hampton Marie Johnson Joe James Jennie Lawson C. G. McHone Larry Merritt Gary Myers Wayne Stewart Cathy Westmoreland - I ..-, - ',..l: Y ef a, Nw-,v "v-..-Y mars. 6122175 Nm" 1 X . ff, . I A w 5 Q x 1 ' X . . -f ' - rf:-' , 1 f Y 57 nfl if J "' -su J M, W, ,- A -. Q , fx' ". 'V , .A 'X 'Iii 'ii wr iw so in " K J A if, if ll ' 5 fr as 4 , yi i ...a Q3 N-R lx X . N x Lawrence Smith Tommy Tesh I ackie White Jerry White S295 gmac WFS. yZ0lIZ'!05y 1 Roger Brown Larry Heath Becky Hill Donald Hill Rosie Lewis Ann Manuel Douglas Moorefield Rebecca Moorefield Roy Robertson Elaine Smith ms Am. .gg ' wx I , 1' Ng . 3 siffff 1,17 J iv f A . 2, I, 'riff -Z h f X ' x J HJ? J , J 'J Q J J r xi' J vi z., gl I : lla. W 1 I W x fffls Haiti' s vi! fo x WA cf " usfv K M. .' 3 'F - 'Q fi J tt' 4 ' ' J . ' Q A av, .kit-'aaaszfgmhhn K . r 4 Z . w "Zm1I"'l:llZL' , f ., is ll , , .sri-3?z::5'm:,:::2 .-5 F 5 J 1' t X avg ar 3. at K rigshgs. L 4 wr., ' -v-1 J Ai L k..,1.i,' fury,-9 ,yfim . . Donnie Abbott Ruth Ayers Jackie Banner Brenda Boles Linda Boles Eddie Bowden Marilyn Burrows Sandra Cook James Cowick Tommy Fansler David Griffin Judy Hampton Bobby H111 Steve Johnson Alise King "h J' af' t Q'-P f - V- .. 1 wr ,. "'- 1. Al bfi J 4.1 V Y X 2 'T' S1 J x Ti -. 14" vs, .ar gi' f .. W ,,,,, 1-.--x K W 7 J -fi f xiii? it W xg , ourff QJWOQ q A M-, an N Otis Mabe f 2 A ,PM Gary Priddy ffff 1 ,raw -x Jewei Smith if fa - ' ww J .' I I"!"y'3L:: P! 5 'bfi K 5 f-ST .a,,f 'sa - 1-v Leron S mith "9 S usan Stew art V f Mabel Talbert Iudy Watts Judy White Ray White fr . , sr V 5'- .EL .. J X' X if X X M , 4 PQ if 5 mm 5 r-up Faye Abbott Jean Bennett Wade Boles Billy Bowman Ricky Brooks Bobby Brown Jean Cromer Tommy Denny Wendy Duncan Wayne Fallin x Linda Griffin y yr 1 V .5 Betty Hall ,V i William Heath qi fxmklfja-gh Geraldine King 'Pe . f " VWUQ ' 1 B- 'fa' M 2 General Kmg t .' ww, lf11,.A W fjgzfof gre Q Carol Jean Lawson Timmy Mabe Billy Mitchell Alice Moorefield Martha McHone Carolyn Rutledge Harold Shouse Harriet Smith Judy Stewart Robert Stewart -x Jacqueline Tuttle Lois Jan Tuttle Mickey Westmoreland Barbara White Marie White Martha Ayers Kay Banner Wesley Bennett Sandra Browder Elsie Cook Jacqueline Cowick Geraldine Cowick Johnny Ferguson Ronald Hall Mary Hill Jane Jones Ronald Jones Jerry Lawson Betty Mabe 454' ,ri I aff .-J, , t, 4 ya-Z at-5 g L , J E A4 ..,' . . ,,-, .Y-3-. ' .11-.t pf re ., .- ,K .1 ,rs ,Ay .,,. .. f W ii. J X W N3 ft 3. f pf Q :w,,,. if ::" fat ' "NU ,2s'.w5' 3' " Q. 'u' ' 'nfl' 'xi , Mi M , M www , M A , "' , QCODJQFGUQ 4 X t il lrllt- .a-1 A K w.,,,,. Deborah Mabe Lynn Moore Donnie Manuel Micheal Merritt Janet Morris Alice Priddy Wallace Rutledge Dale Smith Sammy Stewart Kenneth Talbert Bobbie Taylor Bruce Watts Danny Williams Cheryl Young sk HKU ---- 4444- SECOND GRADE PROJECT "We like to work with clay ..'d., L- FIRST GRADE PROJECT "In Mother Goose Land" Z1-lar K 2 Y , Q5-fe if , af f i f A W ".. K 2, 1 .al M,-it .rfiiwc we 9,31 3 .. ""' 1 , f A iw y , - " r 9' 1 ., 4 - rs ' r ff' . 'X , ,firm 3m.,2, ,Z jg -Q ff' ' -2 Sim' 5 '- 333. 2--5'3'x15gg-.:..:.:, ,Y ,, -:V r?z?r.fQE?"5:5:zi241'E - 'f J ffl n,.w.- - Jerry Heath Darryl Heath Sandra Hill Lucille King David Montgomery Roy Mabe Wayne Mabe Frankie Abbott Ricky Banner Ann Boles Pamela Brewer Terry Brown William Copeland Dianne Denny Geraldine Hall Bruce Heath 121911 graofe 75 sv' 0 fn- - rf f-W ff L, -Y ' X hy H195 Eugene McGee Q' uf, as-jj' ' Daniel Moorefield Dennis Priddy Timothy Smith Ramona Snipes James Stewart Deborah Stultz Phillip White at -- V x . , ' Tumi, 4 9 ' A y YW- Wil, ,, my .... , . , V, , X ,.,., .V-', ' ij fp ,1 J .f',f ATHLETIC . f'-0".L'.i 'fixvx n It 5 ' J, s. 415 . P: 5? NX ,--N -x N'-x w-5. xxx '-Q., 1 31 -4 X -Y.. . 33 3? kk, , 1 hx - pu.:- I. 4 Q.. ' p, 1 LARRY ROLAND, JOHNNY JOHNSON, DON WHITE JERRY RUTLEDGE, DAVID HAWKINS, DEXTER STEWART Z0 .97 Co-Captains JERRY RUTLEDGE JOHNNY JOHNSON J asfefgaf Coach: MR. PARRISH Q-4 JOHNNY JOHNSON DAVID HAWKINS LARRY ROLAND DON wr-HTH DARRYL RING JERRY RUTLEDGE DEXTER STEWART "Time Out Instructions 'hw- Vs...-A Mr. Jim Parrish, Coachg Brenda Hampton, Nola Bennett, Doris Hill, June Tuttle, Cheryl Rutledge, Judy Heath, Betty Io Tuttle, Peggy Wagoner, Doris Lawson, Brenda Watson. 956 7 Zasfefgaf C o -C aptains: BRENDA WAT SON JUNE TUTTLE NOLA KAY BENNETT JUNE TUTTLE BRENDA WATSON DORIS HILL PEGGY WA GONER DORIS LAWSON BRENDA HAMPTON JUDY HEATH CHERYL RUTLEDGE BETTY I. TUTTLE IOANN RUTLEDGE LINDA COX MARY JO HAMPTON Cjggglkd OQI19 Chief JUDY BOWMAN MARGIE LAWSON PEGGY MITCHELL BRENDA FALLIN i ' ! . v ' M-.J , H 2 s V 1 4 , I I 1 Q f , 1 Q - 1 .5 , v 3 s QE li Im...- SARA BROWDER JERRY MONTGOMERY DARRYL HAMPTON - BILLY IOE HILL JOHNNY SPENCER "TWIN" TUTTLE xffk I f J f Y, Y i x: ' Qi I If J ' ' ii ,+ Y ' il 2 ov 3 Jerry Rutledge, David Hawkins, Johnny Johnson, Billy Joe Hill, Darryl Hampton, Billy Taylor, Johnny Spencer, Doug las Smith, Dexter Stewart, Burnie Whitten, Alfred McGee, COACH: Mr. Jim Parrish. ZDGSQAGH DAVID HAWKTNS BILLY TAYLOR RAY WHITE DARRYL HAMPTON JERRY RUTLEDGE JOHNNY SPENCER JOHNNY JOHNSON XM I BILLY IOE HILL BURNIE WHITTEN ALFRED MCGEE 4?- DEXTER STEWART DOUGLAS SMITH Coach: MR. X wa f I if I Y PARRISH 4' 4- Z ,gf M W Ji Q. E. inve- U My V:-ff f KL, we -ng M... Ii 4...- v 'fur' A 3' ,. FA VORI T ,J 'v-. YS: . 5 AQ,-5,2 -X -,'SN- Hg- .A. gf +..M f XS fxk H" 1 f p -,af ls a', ...R- QLA ku' ,4 1 1 '0' Q U-S. VIH Y :K".v's. -' 1 qi' wr. M',f'.f5','4' n"1v:'Q'X,'A gil" 'fu' if Y! if 5 M135 yjeyyy yzjffcgef M155 germ an fOI2 jigyf RZQMJCIJQQI2 C0 arf ZW QHJQUQQH .TERRY RUTLEDGE CHERYL R UTLEDGE gramm ar graog 771411122 ary QJUOQ 'W' W A x -... -W y , . , Q 3 il my Cferyf WUXQQQQ OI22QC'0l22II2vy 119912 fy ff' 'VNS ff J .f ,xi IANIE WHITE JUNE TUTTLE Rmecomzhy Sqffen 04212 fs wr jfmecomzhy Courf 3 my ueen JANIE WHITE my ourf 1961 WW ourf BRENDA WATSON mz,,a0fQ71z,W Qqffen OQI2 fs LINDA COX, PEGGY MITCHELL, IUNE TUTTLE, SARA BROWDER ,,,.nr r-"' fa ' MM' His Q :si- 'X M ,,, . MA- M ,,.. W 4, 4 VX' ff! Q wig If J! 1 wwf X vw l.,....4-1 , ..,.,-I n Q 2, ACTIVITIE Q57 x Ofygbers PEGGY MITCHELL, Secretary, Recording, JUNE TUTTLE, Treasurerg DAVID HAW- KINS, President, JERRY RUTLEDGE, Vice President, CHERYL RUTLEDGE, Secretary Corresponding. ll! 'Is X12 QSXUQQJQZ Gouncz' Ji epresenfafzbes Nola Bennett, Don White, Judy Bowman, Bill McGee, Brenda Watson, Dexter Stewart Doris Lawson, Douglas Smith. Ili! JJ? W n IILIILIIIII lil IH I I8-HKIULIIIIFLIHII lull LLIII Ill! '15 ' if , .A- "di LL Doris Lawson Nola Bennett, Judy Bowman, Brenda Watson, Rutledge June Tuttle. 1 B I psxmnilllilalllnlllwl F' Editor t, UIQ UG Judy Bowman Business Manager v R Cheryl Rutledge ,-,..-up Dexter Stewart, Doug Smith, Don White, David Hawkins, Judy Bowman, Bill McGee, Jerry Rutledge. , .......,..r, X., cgenzbr 4-jf SEATEDg Johnny Mitchell, Secretary, June Tuttle, President, AT ENDS: Song Leaders: Linda Hampton, Doris Lawson. STANDING: Melvin Tuttle, Reporterg RaeAnn Tuttle, Vice President. ,X .,. N me , T 57 ' y . :ern QL' ' vw l .9 - A ls! 6. 4-t77f C6153 5.1 kr ? T3 zznzor 4-jf SEATEDg Linda Marshall, Secretary, Terry Robertson, President. AT ENDS: Betty Io Boles, Song Leader, Carolyn Heath, Reporter. STANDING: Sherry Heath, Vice President. J us 214109119 David Hawkins, Jerry Rutledge, Johnny Johnson, Brenda Hampton Ray White, Darryl Ring. P Qrzber 1451112112 y Mr. Leanord passes along some passing information to Judy Cook, Nina Hubbard, and Betty Jo Tuttle. 00" 1' fdfy NOLA KAY BENNETT, Chief Student Librariang Virginia Bowden, Brenda Fallin. - s 5 tr N 5353 8 K ,, af- EZZI, 4 ,4- X G r 300 31017223 Shirley Bowman, Carolyn Lewis, Brenda Fallin, Carolyn Moore. 720120 QSXUUQJQ fs J oy Coufs .' w-,q-wi .. TROOP 427, GERMANTON, N. C. Randy Myers, Jayson Duncan, Barry Banner, Leron Smith, Charles Stout Mike B Jerry Williams, Bill Montgomery, Mike Ring, Ronnie Banner, Gary Myers .iw rown, CIlSf0O6CH MR. MARVIN HAMPTON Uf' LQ ,vers QSfu0Q12f Gouzzfer NOLA BENNETT k ...A Qsforefeep ers IO ANN RUTLEDGE JUNE TUTTLE 5 ACM nm LOLA MAE BOLES, JANE ROBERTSON, MRS. LEAMEL TUTTLE, MRS. NINA TUTTLE, IANIE WATSON. ZIIQC P00122 y?QI15'OI2I2Q g A S IOANN RUTLEDGE, JUNE TUTTLE LINDA COX, NANCY BOWDEN 9010 GZQCA WQCQSS rv gt , y W0Fk OT PHY?" "Wait for Second Bus Watching Cheryl "WRAP IT UP" are Peggy Mitchell, Nola Bennett, Judy Bowman, Jerry Rutledge, Brenda Watson, Doris Lawson, and June Tuttle. R, ezxuf' f -- wxzlllu umm 1 ,mum :Lu M vw'y:.W,wmnf-wiv vrft, 1 -my zwwf' W ws VI.- rn . f llvlmll I IYIK Rl fish! ,Kp?Utteumssv'-"ive .,-, R , ,. ,, Z , .0 vw L. G. BROWN JR. GENERAL CONTRACTOR "We're as Near as Your Phone" Route 1591 Phone Germanton, N. C. WO 9-5022 "Backing Our Homes, School, and Community" F ' 5, L It f in I 1 I. 1. I if xv' x-. I , lixjxva f . f ,WF ," ' , Ns Ut- vi-l - . W . f . 1.5 ff 2 x A n V 4 Liz : 2' lf' s - , .x ,M 'Wa M-M-QQ.-. ,. V y.',x N A 'wr 1. ,.. 2..- R. B. RUTLEDGE GRCCERY ESSO SERVICE Complete Line of Feed - Dry Goods Germanton, North Carolina Phone WO 9-3661 Compliments of Compliments KING LUMBER Of co. J. ELLIS COON GORDON NG M "Insurance of All HARDWARE 09.9 47239, Types" .. . ' '71 Complete L1ne rqnllwlufmn T Q f H d " 1 King, N. C. o ar ware i I YU 3-8595 .gl-'ilu' Home Off1C6 '3-" EM 8- YU 3- King, K, 2989 8685 North Carolina Ing' North Carolina TUTTLE 'S BARBER SHOP Rural Hall, North Carolina GWYN SHELL SERVICE Rural Hall, North Carolina For Beauty to Please "Good Home-Cooked Foods" at .TEAN'S BEAUTY SHOP Rural Hall, North Carolina SHOUSES GRILL Rural Hall, N. C. 1 Phone LY 1- 6291 COVE FLORIST "For Flowers See Us" 3' CA Nfl ' 97 2 N i , Walnut Cove North Carolina . , gi f 5 v ,I ser 11" Ni'-.' ylyf rllxl I 4,1 Q 5 IMA . "Fast Service" HI-DOLLAR LAND CO. Compliments of ED BANNER Dealers ,H RESTAURANT 1 Real Estate Hwy. 52 North WO 9 5031 Winston-Salem ' N 11 C 1' Rural Hall WA 4-2456 Ort am ma North Carolina Phone: R 1 . . ura Hall, N C PA 3-8331 fi-'ifl1f:. lm, HIS 8' If Pleisure For the Best in Food ..J., , o J I in Serve You.. J iw QQ 1 if X 'S YSL? Q? 11 'N-UQQE if Walnut Cove 5' -'Y ' MDEUFEJUUD N. C. FIN RURAL HALL ..- FURNITURE CO. 'V' 'P' Phone PA 4-9226 UF FORMAL WEAR RENTALS Top Hat Formals 448 North Main Street Winston- Salem , N. C. ree Parking Across Street at Do t wn own Garage. " - "Quality Drugs and I Prescri tions" KISER S atp BARBER sHoP Compliments "Satisfaction" STEWART GLASS STEVENS DRUG , COMPANY STORE Corner Liberty and Main Main Street Walnut Cove, N. C. Winston-Salem, N. C. Winston-Salem, N. C Compliments "For the Latest Fashions" HOPE'S 81 BAILEY'S SLATE CASH WHOLESALE "We Clothe the Whole Family" King North Carolina Walnut Cove, N. C. nlnnlldn'lL:""l'l'll,f"" Y H- "'u.,.ll""'l Gkilf ff ,f I EW 'un 5. f if 1' ff 1 J ' 'ef 251' X W fl I il 5' Nga , - iii ' Walnut Cove, North Carolina For High Quality Lumber and Building Material John Manville Products U. S. G. Products Dutch Boy Paints COMPLIMENTS OF CASH WHOLESALE COMPANY Walnut Cove Telephgne North Carolina LY 1-2231 "Maytag and Westinghouse Appliances" ALLEYS MAYTAG CO. li'LuT', Phone Walnut Cove LY l-3021 .f' North caroiina Compliments of Compliments of A. L. PAYNE OGBURNTOWN AND SONS PHARMACY "One Stop Food Market" Obgurn Station Winston-Salem Phone Rural Hill North Carolina WO 9-2805 North Carolina I-IORN'S GARAGE North Cherry St. Extension Owned and Operated by BILL HORN Phone PA 4-0324 We have the latest in tune-up and front end alignment equip- ment. Radiator cleaning and repair. 24-Hour Wrecker Service Get Our Prices First eps:-Q 014 BOTTLING COMPANY Dial PA 3-1892 PA 3- 1893 1664 Stadium Dr. Winston-Salem, N. C. "Your One Stop Shop" JOHN G. FULTON GROCERIES AND FEED Walnut Cove, Nor th Carolina Shop at ROMINGER FURNITURE CO. "Winston- Salem ' s Leading Store in Furniture Since 1900" Winston- Salem Nor th C arolina W. E. GRAHAM 8. SONS Division of Vulcanized Materials Co. Serving Forsyth County With Its Crushes Stone Needs With 4 Quarries in This Area North Quarry - PA 3-3656 Piedmont Quarry - ST 8-0361 South Fork Quarry - ST 8-4771 421 Quarry - PA 4-3982 "Quality Coupled With Service Satisfaction" BAUCOM AND SHORE BUILDERS "Any Type Home Construction" "All Styles Aluminum Products" Phone P. O. WO 9-5193 Box 1114 Winston-Salem Nor th C arolina WILSON BROTHERS LUMBER CO. B UILDING MA TERIALS "From Tree to Key" MAKE YOUR HOME COMPLETE Rural Hall, N. C. Winston-Salem, N. C. I V S5392-B f " ' - Tlffffi ., XX Phone WO 9-2215 Phone PA 3-2424 W. R. BOWMAN 5137 Old Rural Hall Road Winston- Salem North Carolina Compliments of TAYLOR'S WAREHOUSE Phone PA 2-6949 Winston-Salem, N. C. JIM'S DRIVE INN GRILL Q? GOOD FOOD Walnut Cove, North Carolina M. O. JONES INSURANCE AGENT Walnut Cove, North Carolina GORDON'S GARAGE Auto Repairing and Parts King, N. C. Phone YU 3-5655 A. A. MOSER AND SON FEED AND SEED STORE 535 North Trade Street Winston-Salem, N. C. MAKE YOUR HOME COMPLETE Esso Heat - Fuel Oil Supplies WALNUT COVE FUEL SUPPLY co. Walnut Cove North Carolina . ' s M t y Our Complimentary Visit Our New Congratulations Varsity Shop For Everything in "IVY LEAGUE STYLE" SAS-PER-ENA, INC. FRANK A. STlTH'S, INC. Winston- Salem, North Carolina Winston-Salem, N. C. COMPLIMENTS W. K. BOWMAN'S GROCERY l f sa . P - l 1 m . . S E' - . N. A X Al! . , ., j :A-Vymja-,,,s-'lb f 1 - .. ,ugzfg +A? 2 - 1 '- :,, W f 1 "' A '- f . "Complete Line of Groceries" Crermanton North Carolina KLEAN-RITE CLEANERS Zudlwgleaning 5:53 x QA" 9 f 1 54,49 X M! Cx" IX4 X fx 1 if 7 1, lv, A at Walnut Cove, North Carolina Compliments of YOUR DENTIST DR. V. L. DEHART Walnut Cove North Carolina Phone LY 1-2816 1.-I at 6AVEfi 6' f5 ? 1, WS 1 .x If fi- if 4, ,. iw Q- , 4 U' l ! 55459 Member of Federal Deposit STATE PLANTERS BANK Walnut Cove, N. C. King, N. C. Insurance Corporation KING WINSTON COOKE 8: MABE MEAT FURNITURE MONUMENT, INC. M E . ARK T CO Stanleyville, N. C. 11 1 King, North Carolina C1?mp,eStEeH31:ne Phone WO 9-3595 urni r Phone YU 3-8515 m I-.3 WO 9-3590 517 North Liberty Winston-Salem, N. C. Phone PA 4-5531 PINE HALL BRICK AND PIPE CO. JFTA 1 W Winston- Salem , Telephone 473-r PA 4-8831 ig North Carolina BRADY FURNITURE COMPANY, INC. COMMERCIAL AND FARMERS BANK if . , Phone Rural Hall, ,.,. ..1....,1ig:igagzgggziz-ImH WO 9-242 5 North Carolina Member """' " """ Rural Hall, "Federal Deposit Insurance I it N. C. Corporation" Q H. C. PIE CO. FRANK'S TRUCK BOOTH-WI-IITE Q C3931 vm, ' ill TRIE5 I 'wx STOP H24-Hour Service" Rooms for Truckers SPORT SHOP BURTON K. WHITE NANCY H. WHITE Tel. SW Z-8036 I and T . R. F. D. ffl wrists 304 Main sr. WO 9-4046 WO 9-9115 Danville, Rural Hall, Rural Hall, Virginia North Carolina North Carolina PARISH TIRE CO. , INC. Compliments Phone. PA 3 1037 and Compliments ' Best Wishes ED LONG 646 N. Cherry St. Winston-Salem, N. C. A FRIEND Germanton, N. C. TUTTLE MOTOR CO. FDFWD' E Walnut Cove North Carolina Compliments EAST DEPARTMENT STORE Ogburn Station Winston-Salem, N. C. w tf 2 , '-'w.'xi,11m..,,,, .magma im' ,. ' ...QQ I Q , A V sp ,.. W M' ' 01 HJ.. p g I ll lu "More Groceries - Less Cost at E. L. KISER SUPER MARKE T" Rural Hall North Carolina DON A. TUTTLE INSURANCE AGENCY P. O. Box 306 Walnut Cove, N. C. KING FURNITURE A Complete Line of Furniture King, North Carolina Compliments SWINKS RECAPPING Fast Se rvic e and Quality Re C apping Ogburn Station Winston-Salem, N. C. MILLERS VARIETY "Your Ivy League and Continental Headquarters" 620 North Trade Street Winston-Salem, N. C. PICKETT'S DEPARTMENT STORE "The Best in Clothing" King, North Carolina Compliments BOLES HARDWARE King, N. C. Pinnacle, N. C. YU 3-8935 EM 8-2592 COOK'S WAREHOUSE BURNIE COOK PENN THOMAS FRED MCLAUGHLIN "A Sale Winston-Salem WILLIAM FOWLER CLAUDE STRICKLAND JULIAN VAUC-HN Every Day" North Carolina Eat at NEAL HARDWARE sTul.Tz RESTAURANT COMPANY Fcfr the IF Irs 6000 FOOD Furniture, Appliances Fllfest You wANr... 1 A and 1n , Foods I-J Palnts ig- Telephone: LY 1-2431 Rural Hall, N. C. A Walnut cove, N. C. RUTH'S BEAUTY SHOP RUTH T. HURT and EDNA RUTLEDGE Stanleyville, N. C. PETE DONALDSON AUTO PARTS Phone: LY 1-5666 Walnut Cove, N. C. DUNLAP'S PALME TTO THEATER WESTERN AUTO "For the Best in Movie S" Walnut Cove, North Carolina Walnut Cove, N. C. LONG'S KING DRUG WH1TE'S JEWELERS co. ?" C Your Q T I Q el.. DePend?b1e X ,-Q YU 3-8515 Drugglst Q Dial YU 3-9285 SERVICE STATION ,............ : , LY1 5388 K1ng, N. C. Gerrnanton, N. C. King N. C Get the Best Get ICE cnEAm 2221 Patterson Avenue Winston-Salem, N. C. CLARK KIGER FURNITURE CO. "Complete Home Furnishings" Discounts and Easy Term s CLARK KIGER, Owner Rural Hall, N. C. WO 9-2491 "For the Best Buy, It's fl , FD nn L I RURAL HALL MOTOR CO. Rural Hall, N. C. KING SERVICE CALLOWAY AND KAPP Phone YU 3-9655 King, North Carolina JONES' GROCERY Groceries - Feed Gulf Products Germ anton, N. C. Compliments R. T. BECK HELSABECK'S SERVICE NELSON AND RICHARDSON C ar Washing and Re c apping Se rvice Walnut Cove, N. C. Zeztez Www , HUNTLEYS' V FURNITURE co. Winston- Salem, N. C. WARREN'S BURROUGHS AND FOWLER DRUG STORE "Your Dependable Druggist" Phone: WO 9-2.965 Rural Hall, N. C. FUNERAL HOME Walnut Cove, N. C. "We Strive to Please Your Bereaved in Every Way Possible" E. E. GORDON LUMBER AND CONSTRUCTION Best Wishes CO. UQ . , , m MOOREFIELD'S ESSO ,Ni-Q, it 1, . ' King, North Carolina "Eating at Its Best" Compliments of NNY D'NY DR. FOWLER RESTAURANT DENTIST King, North Carolina King , North Carolina KING MILLING CO. High Grade Flour, Feeds, Corn Meal, Dog Food Phone: YU 3-9843 P. O. Box 157 King, North Carolina STOKES MOTOR C. T. MCGEE T. W. MCGEE Tel.: YU 3-8581 King, North Carolina GROWER'S WAREHOUSE "For the First in Sales Every Sales Day" "With a Friendly Service" Highway 52 North Winston-Salem, N. C. VADEN 8. TURNER WALNUT COVE REALTY AND INSURANCE CO. E L. W. WILLIAMS CARLOS DAVIS Ss 0 INSURANCE REAL 955'-5' or ESTATE ALL KINDS BROKER Rural Hall, North Carolina LY 1-62.56 Walnut Cove C. W. MYERS D TRA ING POST, INC. our Best Wishes For the Best Buy in Trailers to h ' fl 61 2718 N. Liberty sr. t e Semors O 9 Winston-Salem, N. C. STATE FURNITURE COMPANY HOLYFIEI.D'S STUDIOS SCHOOL PHOTOGRAPHERS Winston-Salem, N. C. Are Proud to Have Taken Most All Individual Photos Appearing in This P. O. Box Tel- the 1961 Edition 594 PArk 2-1131 of the MUSTANG For Sporting Goods of All Kinds Its BOCOCK-STROUD CO. Dependable Since 1921 501 W. 4th St. Winston-Salem, N. C. 7 5,483-,lU',' A t- -s. 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