New London High School - Londoner Yearbook (New London, NC)

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' jp$ ii F ' feWS c y mct j ) - ' ? (yXJL e M vV . n scsML- $p t y L ■ J ■ sU Zke Condomr Published by the Senior Class Of New Condon Migh School New Condon, North Carolina ' Dedication MR. JOE KELLY For his Willingness to help when and wherever he is needed Time which he has sacrificed to make the way easier for others Interest in each student Unfailing patience Support of all school activities Loyalty to our school and for All the work he does, asking no credit, but deserving much WE, the seniors, lovingly dedicate this 1957 Londoner to MR. JOE KELLY. We hope that this dedication will in a small way make up for the cred he so richly deserves, but does not always receive. SEATED, left to right: Mr. J. F. Turner, Principal; Peggy Turner, Editor-in-Chief; Mary Esther Biles, Assistant Editor; Donald Britt, Gerald Smith, Business Manager; Howard Chandler, Adv. Manager; Mrs. G. H. Rogers, Advisor. STANDING: Priscilla Smith; Gwen Calloway, Betty Griffin, Faye McIntyre, Jackie McSwain, Lewis Burris, Ronald Crawley, Gary Frick, Grady Maner. Principal J. F. TURNER School Board Boyce, Griffin, L. D. Lowder, J. D. Hearne MRS. G.H. ROGERS MRS. E.B. HARTMAN MRS. JAMES VALSAME MISS MARY MATTHEWS Sixth Grade f7) N 7 MRS. J.F. TURNER Fifth Grade MRS. HELEN SMALL Fifth Grade MRS. H.B. HALL Mathemati cs 7 ,£034 T MISS PATSY PETTIT Eighth Grade MRS. D. T. CLAYTON Sixth Grade MRS. W. O. CROWELL Fourth Grade MRS. BEN HARRIS Fourth Grade MRS. C.B. CROOK Third Grade MRS. R.F. LYERLY Second Grade MRS. J.F. WINFREE Third Grade MRS. JOE ROSS Second and Third Grades MRS. GEORGE GOODMAN First Grade MRS. H. L. FESPERMAN First Grade School Song Let our voices loudly ringing Echo far and near Song of praise Our children singing To thy memory dear SAMUEL ANDREWS Music and Voice ALTON BASINGER Janitor Ail the days we ' ve been together " Fondly we recall Days of fair or stormy weather Thou hast gladdened all . Hail, New London Alma Mater Thy dear praise we cry Grateful we will love thee truly Hail, New London High. Mascots CLASS COLORS Red and White CLASS MOTTO Success is a continuous journey, never a destination. CLASS FLOWER Rose Senior Class Officers PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER REPORTER Gerald Smith Peggy Turner Earlene Smith Faye McIntyre Neva Jo Shaw w — HOWARD CHANDLER " A careful student, careful not to overdo i t. " Annual Staff 4; F.F.A. 1,2,3, Of- ficer 4; Safety Club 3; Boosters Club 3; Bus Driver 3; Glee Club 4; Dra- matics 3, 4. CAROLYN AREY " Has a twinkle in her eye always as she passed us by. " Glee Club 1,2, 3, 4; F.H.A. 1,2, 3; French Club 3; Boosters Club 3; Librarian 2 . LENN BULLOCK " Live fast, love hard, die young and leave a lot of satisfied women. " F.F.A. 1,2,4; Basketball 1; Glee Club 1; Baseball 4. MARY ESTHER BILES " Shining black hair, starry blue eyes, nice and exceedingly wise. " Beta Club 3, Officer 4; Superlative 4; Chief Marshal 3; Dramatics 3, 4; Basketball Scorekeeper 3,4; French Club 3, 4; Owl Staff 3,4; Annua I Staff 4, Asst. Edi tor; F.T.A. 3, Officer 4; Boosters Club 3; Glee Club 1,2; Miss Hi Miss; Historian 4; Boosters Club, Officer 4. GWEN CALLOWAY " A woman ' s heart, like the moon, is always changing, but like the moon there ' s always a man in it. Annual Staff 4; Dramatics 3,4; Boosters Club 3,4; French Club 3,4; F.T.A. 3, Officer 4; Glee Club 1; Cheerleader 4; Monogram Club 4; Miss New London 2; Music 1,2, 3, 4. LEWIS BURRIS " A Smile Goes A Long Way. " F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 2,3; Boosters Club 3; Beta Club 3,4; Owl Staff 3,4; Annual Staff 4; Dramatics 4. CAROLYN CRANFORD " A cheerful heart, a cheerful smile, a charm of friendship a 1 1 the whi le. " Glee Club 1,3,4; F.H.A. 1,2,3, 4, Officer 2,3,4; Music 1,4; Sup- erlative 4. W. C. FLAKE " Why rush? Rome was not built in a day. " Superlative 4; Dramatics 3,4; Glee Club 1; F.F.A. 1,2,3, Officer 4; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Safety Club 3, 4; Bus Driver 3,4; Halloween King 3. RONALD CRAWLEY " All mankind loves a lover. " Basketball 4; Safety Club 3,4, Of- ficer 3; Dramatics 3; F. T. A. 4; Annual Staff 4; Baseball 4; Boosters Club 4. GARY FRiCK " Knowledge is worth gaining for its own sake. " Dramatics 3; Boosters Club 3; Beta Club 3,4; Owl Staff 3,4; Annual Staff 4; Bus Driver 4. 4 DONALD FAULKNER " All great men are dead and I ' m not feeling well. " Superlative 4; F. T. A. 4; Albe- marle High School 2; Boosters Club 3,4; Basketball 4; Baseball 4; Giftorian 4. CAROL GLOVER " A basketball under one arm and a girl under the other. " F.T.A. 4; F.F.A. 1,2; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Baseball 2,3,4; Dra- matics 3; Class Officer 2; Superla- tive 4; Monogram Club 4; Boosters Club 3,4. BETTY GRIFFIN " We were charmed by her sweet- ness, neatness, and smile. " F. H. A. 1,2, Officer 2; Cheer- leader; Class Officer 1,3; Library 2; Marshal 3; French Club 3,4; Dramatics 4; Superlative 4; Annual Staff 4; Cafeteria 3, 4. MILDRED MILLER " A merry heart, a merry smile. Happy is she all the while. " Beta Club 3,4; Owl Staff 3,4; Bas- ketball 2; Superlative 4; French Club 3; Boosters Club 3; Cafeteria Worker 3,4; Glee Club 1; F.H.A. 1; Dramatics 3. DORTHA KIMREY " Nature made me not too bad and not too good . " F.H.A. 3,4; Safety Club 3. REBA MORTON " When fun and duty clash let duty go to smash . " Glee Club 1; F.H.A. 1,2,3, Of- ficer 4; Boosters Club 3; Dramatics 3. AVA KIRK " Theysay it ' s a man ' s world; I don ' t mind onebit being a womanin it. " 4-H 1; Glee Club 1; F. T. A. 3, Officer 4; French Club 3; Dra- matics 3, 4; Boosters Club 3,4; Class Officer 1; Music 3,4. GRADY MANER " Politness is to do and say the kind- est things in the kindest way. " F. F. A. 1,2, Officer 3, 4; Glee Club 3,4; Annual Staff 4; Baseball 2,3,4; Superlative 4; Dramatics 3. FAYE MclNTYRE " Men may come and men may go but not if I can help it. " Boosters Club 3; French Club 3; Basketball 2,3,4; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Annual Staff 4; Glee Club 1; Class O fficer 4; Superlative 4; Dramatics 3. CLINTON TALBERT " Always ready to be f r i e n d s with anybody, especial ly girls. " Superlative 4; Boosters Club 3; Bus Driver 3,4; Dramatics 3,4. GARY PICKLER " Men of few words are the best of men. " Class Officer 1, 3; Superlative 4; Music 1,2,3; Glee Club 1; F.F.A. 1; Boosters Club 3. EARLENE SMITH " My heart is whole my hand is free; Run along little worries, don ' t bother me. " GleeClub 1; Basketball 3,4; French Club 3, 4; Class Officer 2,3,4; Cafeteria 3,4; Owl Staff 3,4; 4-H 1; Testator 4; Beta Club 3, Officer 4; Monogram Club 4; Dramatics 3, 4; Boosters Club 3,4. NEVA JO SHAW " She ' s a compliment to the name ' a good sport ' . " Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; 4-H Club 1; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Class Of- ficer 4; French Club 3; Superla- tive 4; Dramatics 3; Boosters Club 3,4. JETTIE WALKER " Modest and meek, knowing much more than she lets herself speak. " Glee Club 1,2,4; F.H.A. 1,2, Of- ficer 4; French Club 3; Boosters Club 3; Safety Club 3. PRISCILLA SMITH " She is pretty to walk with, and witty to talk with, and pleasant too, to think on. " Beta Club 3, Officer 4; Owl Staff 3,4; Marshal 3; F.T.A. 3, Officer 4; Annual Staff 4; Prophet 4; French Club 3,4; Class Officer 1,3; Glee Club 1; Dramatics 3,4; F.F.A. Sweetheart 2; Cheerleader 1,2,3, Chief 4; Monogram Club 1,2, 3, 4; Boosters Club 3. GERALD SMITH " Always ready to do a service, Ger- ald on the spot, Tell me some qual- ity our president hasen ' t got. " Beta Club 3, Officer 4; Marshal 3; Class O f f i c e r 2 , 4; Superlative 4; Annual Staff 4; Owl Staff 3, Edi tor— in-Chief 4; Bus Driver 3,4; F.F.A. 1,2, 3, 4, Officer 2,4; Boys Basket- ball Manager 4; Dramatics 3,4; F.T.A. Officer 4. PEGGY PICKLER TURNER " Personality is to a woman what sun 1 shine is to the flowers. " Superlative 4; Beta Club 3, Office 4; Class Officer 2, 3, 4; Marshal 3 Cheerleader 2, 3; Owl Staff 3,4 Annual Staff Editor-in-Chief 4; Rec Cross Council 3, F.T.A. 3, Officer 4; Boosters Club 3; Monogram Clut 2,3,4; Dramatics 3, 4; Boosters Clut Officer 4. MY, HOW TIME FLIES! Senior Superlatives Superlatives WITTIEST Neva Jo Shaw and Donald Faulkner BEST PERSONALITY Peggy Turner and W. C. Flake Superlatives Superlatives Superlatives Class Mistory In the fall of the year nineteen hundred and forty-five, twelve long years ago, a group of excited children entered New London School as first graders. The years passed, and at last the big day arrived when thirty seven of us entered high school as green freshmen. Our class officers were Betty Griffin, President; Priscilla Smith, Vice President; Ava Kirk, Secretary; Gary Pickier, Treasurer; and Mr. L. A. Price, Class Advisor. We were very glad to have Peggy Pickier, Betty Griffin, Carolyn Cranford, and Reba Morton join our class. Leaving the class were Sylvia Mauldin and Jerry Russell. At the end of our freshman year we enjoyed a picnic at Morrow Mountain. In the year 1954 we entered the tenth grade with thirty six members. Our class advisor was Mr. Joe D. Kelly. Our class officers were Gerald Smith, President; Carol Glover, Vice President; Earlene Smith, Secretary; Peggy Pickier, Treasurer; Mary Esther Biles and Charles Hildreth, Reporters. During this year we lost Franklin Parker, Don Falkner, Doris Williams, Ronald Miller, and Shirley Palmer; and welcomed Charles Hildreth. The highlight of our sophomore year was a party at Mirror Lake. Gwen Calloway represented our class as Miss New London High. In the year 1955, we advanced to the eleventh grade. Our class officers were Priscilla Smith, President; Gary Pickier, Vice President; Earlene Smith, Secretary; Peggy Pickier, Treasurer; Mary Esther Biles and Betty Griffin, Re- porters, and Miss Carolyn Josey, Class Advisor. Joining our class were Don Falkner, Dortha Hudson, and Ronald Crawley. We were sorry to have Charles Hildreth, Hazel McSwain, Mildred Almond, and Sherman Tucker to leave us. Mattie Furr completed the eleventh grade but did not return with us to the 12th grade. Three highlights cf this year were our Junior-Senior Banquet and Prom, which was based on a Hawaiian theme; ordering our class rings, and our Junior Play, " Don ' t Take My Penny. " As a class project we had charge of the concession stand at the basketball games. For high achievement, outstanding leadership and noble character eight members of our junior class were inducted into the National Beta Club. They were Mary Esther Biles, Peggy Pickier, Earlene Smith, Priscilla Smith, Mildred Miller, Gerald Smith, Gary Frick, and Lewis Burris. W. C. Flake, representing our class, was crowned Halloween King. In 1956, 27 of us became dignified Seniors at last. Class officers for this year were Gerald Smith, President; Peggy Turner, Vice President; Earlene Smith, Secretary; Faye McIntyre, Treasurer; and Neva Hunter, Reporter. Our friend and advisor was Mrs. Grover Rogers. Leaving the class were Jimmy Poplin, Joe Morton, Joe Roberson while Lynn Bullock joined us. Some of the highlights of our senior year were receiving our class rings, presenting the Senior Play, " China Boy " , the Junior-Senior Banquet, and the publication of our annual, THE LONDONER. As graduation comes and we leave our alma mater, we are thankful for the help, influence, and friendship that Mr. Turner, the faculty, and the students have given us. These will be remembered by us, the Class of 1957, for- ever. Historian Mary Esther Biles Class Prophecy Being endowed with the power to prophecy, i have decided to look ten years into the future and recount to you the things that have happened to the class of ' 57. I was not surprised to find that our own Betty Griffin had won the title of Miss Universe against worldwide competition. Neva Jo Hunter is a wealthy socialite, the wife of the president of the Aluminum Company of America. Breaking Babe Ruth ' s home run record is Clinton Talbert of the New York Yankees. Carolyn Cranford is the glamorous star of the Ice-Capades of ' 67. Gary Pickier, the internationally famous zoologist and explorer, is plan- ning to leave for Africa to hunt big game. Dortha Kimery is R.C.A. Victor ' s top recording star. Her current record is Number One on the Hit Parade. That world famous detective, America ' s Sherlock Holmes, is none other than Donald Faulkner. Carolyn Arey has achieved worldwide fame in the field of interior decorat- ing. She is now working for a large store in Dallas. Howard Chandler is the best and the most daring race car driver in the country. All the kids who were crazy about Elvis Presley in ' 57 have a new idol in ' 67. Who is he? Why he ' s none other than that cat from ole N.L.H.S., Ronald Crawley. Faye McIntyre, who is one of Hollywood ' s leading models, is President of the Ronald Crawley Fan Club. Who is the current mistress of the White House - - - The President ' s Lady? Why, its none otljer than our own Mary Esther Biles. W. C. Flake has become a concert pianist. He is currently appearing at Carnegie hall. It seems that Priscilla Smith has finally found time to write her book. It was Number One on the best seller list for months and was voted the best book of the year. Gerald Smith, who made one billion on his invention of the atomic mousetrap, is one of the ten richest men in the world. Gwen Calloway, the queen of Hollywood, is currently starring in her new movie, " Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. " The new middleweight champion of the world is our hometown boy, Lenn Bullock. Grady Maner has entered politics. He is the junior member of the House of Representatives from North Carolina. Carol Glover has become a five star general in the United States Army. Gary Frick has become one of the world ' s foremost scientists and is currently working on the X bomb. Reba Morton has teamed up with Jerry Lewis, and they form a comedy team that keeps the nation laughing. Earlene Smith is now appearing on the Jackie Gleason show as one of the June Taylor dancers. Ava Kirk has become one of the big three in the field of fashion design- ing, and owns her own exclusive shop in New York. Lewis Burris is the United States Ambassador to China. (He mastered the Chinese language during the Senior Play!) Mildred Miller has become an expert in child psychology. Her motto is— A spanking and a stick of candy will make any naughty child sit up and take notice. Peggy Turner and her husband have become joint owners and editors of the New York Times. She was named " Woman of the Year " for ' 67 because of her contributions to the world of literature and business. Jettie Walker holds an important secretarial position in the Pentagon. Our dear teacher, Mrs. Grover Rogers, has just received the Nobel Prize for her contribution to the " good of humanity. " She was the guardian angel of the extraordinary class of 1957. Prophet Priscilla Smith Cast Will and Zest ament We, the graduating class of New London High School of 1957, realizing that the close of our school days is near at hand, think it wise to leave some- thing to those who in the future will undertake to fill our places. In the course of our high school days, naturally, we would like to dispose of all our characteristics, habits, beloved possessions, and worldly goods as follows: Section I. To the Junior Class we leave our front row seats in assembly and hope they look as attractive there as we did. Section II. To the Sophomores we leave our ability to sweet-talk the teachers into any and everything. Section III. To the Freshmen we will our studying habits and quietness in study hall. Section IV. To Mr. Turner and the faculty we leave a sincere appreciation for their interest and willingness to help each student. Section V. To our advisor, Mrs. Rogers, we leave our grateful appreciation for friendship and understanding through our high school years. Section VI. To individuals we do let fall o n worthy shoulders these personal belongings: Item 1—1, Faye McIntyre, leave my ability to foul in basketball to Jo Starr. Item 2—1 Donald Faulkner, do will my " corny " jokes and my ability to laugh at them myself to Jimmy dark. Item 3—1, Peggy Turner, do leave my ability to get married AND GRADUATE, to Frances Plyler. Item 4—1, Betty Griffin, leave my well worn typing book to my brother, Donald, since it is too abused for much more use. Item 5—1, Ava Kirk, will my ability to go steady to Katheryn Starnes. Item 6—1, Gwen Calloway, will my bottle of hair bleach to Jeanette Wagner Item 7—1, Lewis Burris, will my quiet ways to Roger Scott. Item 8—1, Lenn Bullock, leave . . . Item 9—1, Neva Jo Hunter, leave my witty ways and my ability to play basketball to Katheryn Griffin. Item 10 — I, Mildred Miller, do will and bequeath my slow and almost sure movements to Linda Burris. Item 11 — I, Reba Morton, do will my giggles and chatter to Barbara Harward. Item 12—1, Clinton Talbert, leave my knowledge of cars to Wayne Smith. Item 13—1, Carolyn Cranford, will my calmness while dating to anyone who can do the same. Item 14—1, Dortha Kimrey, do will and bequeath my " Nutty Ways " to Joyce Lowder to mix with hers and thus produce something unusual. Item 15—1, Earlene Smith, do will my ability to stay active in Beta Club to Carolyn Russell. Item 16—1, W. C. Flake, leave my ability to argue with Mr. Koontz and get by with it to Gene Clayton. Item 17—1, Ronald Crawley, leave my ability to play third string center to Larry Smith who I hope is capable of holding it down. Item 18—1, Gerald Smith, leave my ability to get the school paper out on time to Donald Britt. Item 19—1, Priscilla Smith, leave my ability to get a diamond to Jackie McSwain. Item 20—1, Grady Maner, leave my position in baseball as right-fielder to anyone who will get out there and play in the mud. Item 21—1, Carol Glover, leave my ability to loaf on the ball court to Charles Doby. Item 22—1, Carolyn Arey, leave my love for peanut butter crackers to all the nuts in the 11th grade. Item 23—1, Jettie Walker, do will my quietness to Ruby Smith. Suggestion: Ail you have to do is to keep your mouth closed while others are talking. Item 24—1, Howard Chandler, leave my ability to lose my bus because of reckless driving to Steve Saunders. Item 25—1, Mary Esther Biles, leave ihe basketball score books to anyone who can slip in enough points, without getting caught, to make N.L.H.S. the Stanly County Champions. Item 26—1, Gary Pickier, leave my bashfulness to Gene Clayton. Item 27—1, Gary Frick, leave my bus to anyone willing to drive it on cold mornings. In wilness whereof, we the Senior Class of 1957, have set our seal. Testator Earlene Smith Senior Play Snaps -C-H-l-N-A- -B-O-Y- A comedy in three acts. {juniors junior Class Officers RIGHT TO LEFT: Don Britt, President; Ronald Furr, Vice-President; Jackie McSwain, Secretary; Carolyn Russell, Treasurer; Frances Plyler, Reporter; Kathryne Griffin, Reporter; Tim Huneycutt, Reporter; Gene Clayton, Reporter. Carolyn Russell Donald Griffin Carol Holmes Carolyn Lowder yne Lentz Steve Saunders V V C: Frances Plyler Katherine Griffin Keith Burris Linda Burris fa ' crzr Annette Turner 3arbara Harwood Richard Turner James Pickier Jimmie Clark Dewey Russell Ronald Furr Joyce Lowder Tamara Howard Shirley Hardister Charles Doby Bonnie Pence Sophomores PRESIDENT Charles Griffin VICE-PRESIDENT Diane Almond SECRETARY Kathryne Starnes TREASURER Keith Baucom REPORTER Jo Starr REPORTER Brenda Huneycutt Sophomore Class Officers Jo Starr Lonnie Chandler Bobbie Lowder Charles Griffin Katherine otarnes Powell Bush Diane Almond Sammy Penniger Brenda Morris Bernard Littie Peggy Ann Holt Gary Starling Luci I le Thompson Alvin James Alta Hahn Keith Baucom Nina Lee Koontz Oliver Doby Judy Fesperman Dwayne Cody Paula Hathcock Mickey C layton Johnny Ross Betty Treece Larry Smith Buddy Russe 1 1 Patricia Harward George Miller Max Walker Doris Russell Lanny Cranford Sue Isenhour Wayne Pickier Sharon Maner Lewis Sides Daphine Pickier Roger Taylor Virginia Huneycutt Gary Blalock Judy Nash Sherrill Whitley Ruby Smith -Joe Pence H. R. Burriss Brenda Huneycutt Bethel Burgess f . J resit man Class Officers LEFT TO RIGHT: Barbara Hatley, President; Roger Herlocker, Vice-President; Kay Morton, Secretary; Douglas Miller, Treasurer; Gail Mahathy, Reporter; Wayne Smith, Reporter . Jeanette Wagner Buck Smith Kay Morton Joe Thompson Michael Swarengin Gail Mahathy Margaret Fraley Larry Poplin Robert Basinger Cornail Hatley Tommy Havens Bonnie Bunch Fornail Morton Jessie Broadwa - m$k " , Douglas Deese Nancy Smith Shelia Poplin Melvin Russell Nina Smith Evey Med I in Bobby Shelby Barbara Pennington Carolyn Hatley Judy Frances Sides Steve Hathcock Jane Cranford Betty Pickier Ralph Eury Grades LEFT TO RIGHT: Sherry Burris, George Culp, Deborah Ann Bailey, Stevie Whitley, Susan Diane Burris, Terry Britt, Larry Crump, Drinda Chandler, John Pence, Rebecca Cagle, Steven Robertson, Susan Chandler, Donald Shaver, Gaynelle Carter, Billy Joe Taylor, Vaughn Smith, Terry Sides, Elaine Baucom, Ronnie Cagle, Michael Stevens Cris-co, Jewell Almond, Richard Carter, Joe Ed- ward Caudle, Iness Capps, Kelly Burleson, Ewell Almond, Lamarr Blalock, Kenneth Webb, Linda Stein, Gene Allen Tucker, Jane Corriher, Thomas Tucker. Tirst ijrtuie MRS. GOODMAN Larry Whitley, Jane Hathcock, Bennie Brye, Wanda Medlin, Jackie Griffin, Doris Herlocker, Tamara Kennedy, Roger Hatley, Judy Huneycutt, Richard Hathcock, Patricia Stoker, Gregory Furr, Lane Talbert, Gayle Medlin, William Huneycutt, Susan Daniels, James Miller, Barbara Maner, Linda Jenkins, Johnnie Penninger, Judy Parker, Glenn Morton, Myra Whitley, Tommy Lowder, David Miller, Annette Isenhour, Rayon Miller, Gayle Mercile, Mikie Huneycutt, Bar- bara Hinson, Jimmy Crump, Jimmy Furr. LEFT TO RIGHT: Doris Lowder, Eddie Griffin, Loraine Huneycutt, Ernest Pence, Nancy Herlocker, Joe Clayton, David Cagle, Diane Rinehardt, Steve Clark, Charles Hatley, Carolyn Troutman, Ted Medlin, Wanda Morton, Wayne Whitley, Dale Sides, Marilyn Sue Ramsey, Mike Furr, J. B. Mauldin, Freddy Palmer, Sandra Kirk, Tommy Walker, Gary Whitley, Patsy Dixon, Ray Smith, Linda Almond, Sherrill Jordan, Joe Smith, Patsy Mu Ills, Wayland Smith, Mitchell Cook, Kathy Thompson, Julius Bost. Second Qrnde MRS. LYERLY LEFT TO RIGHT: Anita Miller, W. C. Pence, Anne Miller, Roger Smith, Sharon Sides, Jerry Harrison, Johnny Morton, Donna Forte, Gerry Rowland, Mickey Stamper, David Smith, Belinda Morton, Vivian Drye, John Williams, Essie Mae Potts, Dale Burris, Johnny Hatley, Evanda Hinson, Garrett Almond, Betty Lynn Swaringer, Ronnie Eudy, Dennis Helms, Barbara Wingler, Joe Hearne, Donna Milton, Terry Frick, Bobby Smith, Cathy Morris, Jackie Napier, Sandra Whitley, Jimmy Goins. Second tirade and Zhird (}rade MISS LEE LEFT TO RIGHT: Harley West, Nancy Turner, David Taylor, Paulette Smith, Bob Forte, Susie Morgan, Patricia Honeycutt, Philip Forrest, Tommy Smith, Jerry Cagle, Paula Morton, Richard Crowell, Terry Honeycutt, Bertie Morton, Ronnie Duke, Jimmy Hinson, Diane Dixon, Tony Morgan, Harold Mauldin, Evelyn Morton, Paul Russell, Frances Hatley, Rickey Bowers. LEFT TO RIGHT: Barbara Morris, Mickey Rowland, Brenda Ingold, Larry Taylor, Jane Coggins, Paul Crump, Barry Hill, Sheila Terry, Ronald Carter, Sue Faulkner, William Rogers, Linda Austin, Patsy Ann Ritchie, Johnny Miller, Gail Roberts, Tommy Furr, Dianne Bailey, Charles Coggins, Lendall Hearne, Patsy Winglar, Jett Dorsey, Nelda Burris, Roger Smith, Sybil Crisco, Virginia Hathcock, Milton Burris, Susan Seaver, Gene Morton, Cheryl Stallings, Ronnie Joe Morris, David Fesperman, Dianne Shaver. MRS. CROOK Zhird Qrade LEFT TO RIGHT: Jahala Smith, Rodney Codney, Sue Trott Parker, Mickey Eudy, Nancy Broadway, Frank Malry, Linwood Harwood, Joyce Kennedy, Tony Morton, Deloris Bost, Benny Palmer, Diane Miller, Linda Smith, Mickey Drye, Patsy Furr, Michael Fraley, Vivian Mauldin, Jimmy Taylor, Peggy Caudle, Roger Wyatt, Randy Sides, Hank Culp, Donald Gilbert, Beatrice Bowers, Gerald Lomax, Eddie Smith, Pat Stiller, Douglas Medlin, Mike Boger, Anne Pickier, Peggy Mercile. LEFT TO RIGHT: Janet Biles, Leonard Tucker, Taska Almond, David Burris, Jean Drye, Donna Tucker, Fred Devitt, Bobby Morgan, Carol Hill, Ronnie Roberts, Barbara Penninger, Jimmy Owen, Elaine Hall, Sherrill Smith, Vickie Pennington, Marion Gross, Vernona Holt, Douglas Seaver, Joyce Russell, Larry Milton, Brenda Tucker, Roger Duke, Diane Forest, David Brewer, Doris Pence, Gene Clayton, Ava Bunch, Darrell Poplin, Thana Doby, James Hatley, Patty Burris, Leroy Blalock, Paula Kendall, William Poplin, Nancy Parker, Glenda Smith, Linda Smith, Cynthia Isenhour. Jourth cjrade MRS. CROWELL LEFT TO RIGHT: Shirlon Smith, Jr. Blalock, Glenda Russell, Nolan Wilder, Jo Ann Whitley, Micheal Rhodes, Roverta Burris, Jimmy Hill, Earl Baucom, Paulette Burleson, James Smith, Becky Morris, Darrell Cook, Dean Palmer, Ann Burris, Skahn Crawley, Adam Blalock, Patsy Walker, Billy Clayton, Patricia Deese, Kenneth Kendall, Ronald Plyler, Annett Baily, Claude Rogers, Darrell Harward, Ted Arey, Jean- ette Baily, Miley Lee Elliott, Carolyn Hinson, Ned Maner, Micheal Bowers, Jimmy Hathcock, Linda Fraley, Scottie Honeycutt, Wayne Chandler, Tommy Nash, Peggy Sides, Reggie Jerdan, Linda Hurlocker, Doug Clayton, William Russell. Tiftli Cjradc MRS. SMALL LEFT TO RIGHT: Dona Sue Blalock, Jimmy Wcldrup, Brenda Tucker, Tommy Herlocker, Rebecca Chand- ler, Horace Clayton, David Lowder, Jane Forte, Eddie Harris, Mary Caudle, Tony Tucker, Linda Tucker, Brenda Smith, Howell Ray Smith, Janice Cagle, Bobby Smith, Bonnie Smith, Jerry Fraley, Jeanette Broadway, James Pence, Nancy Fatkins, Louie Poplin, Linda Kay Smith, Terry Ritchie, William Potts, Jane McSwain, Laurance Blalock, Diane Everhart, Mickey Isenhour, Pamela Hopkins, Jimmy Morton. ¥ LEFT TO RIGHT: Linda Hardister, Garry Forrest, Sue Corriher, Jerry Hatley, Jackie Mericle, Ronnie Morris, Johnny Baucom, Beverly Rogers, Tommy Hopk[ns, Wanda Baker, Jimmy Carter, Susie Hatley, Patricia Pickier, Rickey Furr, Judy Yow, Mickey Doby, Sue Miller, Jimmy Ken, Butch Smith, Patsy Davis, Tony Buiwe, Jeanette Huneycutt, Harold Walker, Judy Russell, Jewell Whitley, Danny Talbert, Sylvia Steins, Wayne Huneycutt, Judy Britt, Jerry Furr, Sonny Sides, Linda Huneycutt. Sktk Ljmde MISS MATTHEWS LEFT TO RIGHT: Sylvia Griffin, Ravon Baker, Joan Hathcock, Bob Calloway, Sue Nell Clayton, Fred Morton, Shelton Whitley, Donna Kay Plowman, Billy Coggins, Willie Mae Loflin, Allen Roberts, Brenda Almond, Patty Doby, Grady Burris, Margaret Isenhour, Allen Herlocker, Carol Spivey, Butch Burris, Barry Bowers, Laverne Fraley, Joan Bizuk, Bobby Blalock, Johnny Hall, Nancy Poole. Sixth tirade MRS. CLAYTON LEFT TO RIGHT: Linda Burris, Rickey Rogers, Sherry Goins, Rickey Burris, Darrell Cody, Gerald Ritchie, Larry Blalock, Tina Swarington, Dewell Cook, Mickey Thompson, Donna Smith, Lynn Huneycutt, Sounder Brown, Sidney Coley, Roger Russell, Lavann Fraley, Johnny Thomas, Arline Whitley, Joe Steins, Roger Britt, Burrell Maner, Jane Sounder, Ken Aughtry, Lena Mae Blalock, Jerry Hathcock, C. W. Almond, Sheila Milton, Ronald Hathcock, Pete Terry. Seventh Qrade MR. WARD LEFT TO RIGHT: Judy McSwain, Danny Fesperman, Louise Hudson, Marie Poplin, Gene McIntyre, Dorthy Smith, Martin Havens, Patricia Stein, Judy Hatley, Richard Lowder, Veronica Bizuk, Junior Smith, Juanita Fraley, Jesse Burgess, Doris Glover, Steve Talbert, Connie Walker, Harry Morgan, Barry Talbert, Sue Little, Floyd Eugene Crisco, Esther Huneycutt, Warren Smith, Linda Lomax, Donald Floyd, Kay Davis, Dorothy Basinger, Mary Ellen Morgan, Johnsie Dry, Lavan Burris, Mary Katherine Almond, Sonny Mabe, Linda Forrest, Carolyn Morton. LEFTTORIGHT: GaryMedlin, Camilla Pickier, Joyce Eudy, Olin Gilbert, Sue Thompson, Bill Craw- ley, Linda Swaringer, Philip Mauldin, Nancy Pence, Roger Medlin, Linda Kay Aldridge, Gary Herlocker, Judy Ritchie, Dwight Chandler, Jane Whitley, Gene Ritchie, Kay Hathcock, Charles Whitley, Hazeline Maner, Terrill Kendall, Margaret Bingham, Tommy Ross, Peggy Maners, Betty Huneycutt, Brenda Stall- ings, Boyd Simmons, Hazel Troutman, Melvin Huneycutt, Frances Sides, Marie Hinson, Joel Parker. LEFT TO RIGHT: Donna Jane Burris, Jimmy Whitley, Linda Morris, Ted Sides, Ann Little, Monroe Miller, Johnny Palmer, Gloria Petrea, Tommy Morris, Jane Turner, Ervin Poplin, Becky Smith, Linda Hatley, Larry Pickier, Vicki Forte, Jerry Holt, Judy Cagle, Billy Whitley, Michael Hathcock, Sue Russell, Johnny Russell, Lillian Hatley, Robert Bingham, Clara Whitley, Judy Sides, Donald Maner, Lucy Hopkins. MRS. CHRISCO LEFT TO RIGHT: Carole Huneycutt, Barry Elliott, Wanda Hearne, Mike Wilder, Nancy Burris, Robert Griffin, Jimmy Thomas, Barbara Carol Smith, Stephen Starling, Brenda Hopkins, Lanny Cagle, Bobbie Maners, Sharon Lisk, Boyd Nash, Mildred Baucom, Jerry Almond, Sue Hardister, Larry Gene Scott, Ernest Corriher, Phyllis Maner, Helen Tucker, Bessie Jane Hill, Barbara Everhart, Roger Faulkner, Lucy Sides, Nancy Tucker, Juanita Hinson. Activities The National Beta Club is a nonsecret, achievement service organization for students of senior high school. Its purpose is the promotion of honesty, service, and leadership. Other characteristics of the club are: good mentality, creditable achievement and com- mendable attitude. Meta Club FIRST ROW: Mrs. Hall, Advisor; Mary Esther Biles, President; Priscilla Smith, Vice-President; Peggy Turner, Secretary; Gerald Smith, Treasurer; Earlene Smith, Program Chairman; Carolyn Russell, Jerry Harward, Kathryne Griffin, Ronald Furr, Jackie McSwain, Lewis Burris, Donald Britt, Gary Frick. NOT PICTURED: Mildred Miller, Faye Hinson. M onogram Club FIRST ROW: Janet Biles, Taska Almond. SECOND ROW: Joe Kelly, Sponsor; Dianne Almond, Carolyn Russell, Priscilla Smith, Gwen Calloway, Jan Purser, Neva Jo Hunter, Kathryne Griffin. THIRD ROW: Carol Glover, Donald Faulkner, Frances Russell, Peggy Turner, Faye McIntyre, Earlene Smith, Jo Starr, Bobbie Lowder. FOURTH ROW: Charles Doby, Gene Clayton, W. C. Flake, Tim Huneycutt, Roger Scott, Keith Burris. IX. A. FIRST ROW; Mrs. Rogers, Advisor; Carolyn Russell, Peggy Turner, Priscilla Smith, Gwen Calloway, Carol Glover, Donald Faulkner, Ronald Crawley, Charles Doby. SECOND ROW: Mary Esther Biles, Annette Turner, Jackie McSwain, Gerald Smith, Ava Kirk, Neva Hunter. f drench Club LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Rogers, Betty Griffin, Faye Russell, Earlene Smith, Mary Esther Biles, Gwen Calloway, Priscilla Smith. Owl Staff FIRST ROW: Mrs. Hall, Advisor; Donald Britt, Asst. Editor; Gerald Smith, Editor, Mary Esther Biles, Priscilla Smith, Jackie McSwain, Mildred Miller. SECOND ROW: Kathryne Griffin, Peggy Turner, Carolyn Russell, Ronald Furr, Jerry Harward, Lewis Burris, Gary Frick, Earlene Smith. NOT PICTURED: Faye Hinson. Bus Drivers LEFT TO RIGHT: Dewey Russell, No. 28; Clinton Talbert, No. 39; Gary Frick, No. 26; Darrell Chandler, No. 59; Richard Turner, No. 63; Steve Saunders, No. 48; James Pickier, No . 11; Gerald Smith, No. 30. Cafeteria Staff LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Goins, Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Palmer, Manager; Mrs. Pickier, Mrs. Clayton, Mrs. Loflin, Mrs. Kerr. Boosters Club 4-M Club Qlee Club Piano and Voice M iss M erry Christmas PEGGY TURNER M iss Mi Miss Momecoming Queen MARY ESTHER BILES Miss Mew Condon JO STARR (Junior Miss Mow Condon SHIRLON SMITH Cittle Miss Mew Condon NANCY TURNER Sports Girls Manager COACH Joe D . Kelly Boys Manager Gerald Smith Scorekeeper Mary Esther Biles Timer Donald Britt c. . . y ' ri n A f ) ' 1 f ' 7 m 1 Girls’ Basketball Team FIRST ROW: Doris Russell, Kathryne Griffin, Bobbie Lowder, Earlene Smith, Faye McIntyre, Jo Starr, Neva Jo Hunter, Sue Isenhour. SECOND ROW: Coach Joe Kelly, Dianne Burris, Bobbie Hatley, Gail Mahathy, Sandra Terry, Barbara Mabe, Pat Harward, Shelby Smith, Joyce Lowder, Kathryne Starnes, Ava Kirk, Manager. 1956-1957 SEASON New London 64 Millingport 40 New London 52 Richfield 32 New London 59 Ridgecrest 47 New London 66 Endy 75 New London 59 Badin 43 New London 59 Norwood 41 New London 59 Oakboro 52 New London 57 Aquadale 40 New London 81 Stanfield 69 New London 65 Mi llingport 38 New London 84 Richfield 56 New London 54 Ridgecrest 45 New London 74 Endy 56 New London 96 Badin 72 New London 71 Norwood 41 New London 90 Oakboro 71 New London Aquadale New London Stanfie Id F - 7 boys ’ basketball Zeam FIRST ROW: Roger Scott, Keith Burris, Lonnie Chandler, Carol Glover, Charles Doby, W. C. Flake, Gene Clayton, Donald Faulkner, Tim Huneycutt, Ned Bullock. SECOND ROW: Coach Joe Kelly, Sammy Penninger, Powell Bush, Johnny Ross, Jerry Harward, Ronald Crawley, Charles Griffin, Lewis Sides, Larry Smith, Douglas Miller, Gerald Smith, Manager. 1956-1957 SEASON New London 65 Millingport 36 New London 33 Richfield 40 New London 69 Ridgecrest 42 New London 69 Endy 48 New London 53 Badin 27 New London 56 Norwood 55 New London 57 Oakboro 48 New London 71 Aquada le 59 New London 61 Stanfield 54 New London 68 Millingport 35 New London 46 Richfield 62 New London 61 Ridgecrest 35 New London 55 Endy 51 New London 66 Badin 41 New London 63 Norwood 64 New London 58 Oakboro 56 New London Aquada le New London Stanfield baseball Zeam FIRST ROW: Sammy Penniger, Powell Bush, Lanny Cranford, Gary Starling, Jerry Harward, Gary Bla- lock, Donald Britt, John Wayne Lentz, Richard Turner, Grady Maner, Swayne Cody. SECOND ROW: Roger Taylor, H. R. Burris, Lewis Sides, Lonnie Chandler, Donald Faulkner, Charles Doby, Gene Clay- ton, Roger Scott, Ronald Crawley, Carol Glover, Charles Griffin, Tim Huneycutt, Coach Joe Kelly. 1957 SEASON Apri 1 2 Oakboro There Apri 1 9 Badin Home Apri 1 12 Oakboro Home Apri 1 26 Badin There May 4 Norwood There May 7 Norwood Home Cheerleaders Dianne Almond, Carolyn Russell, Chief; Taska Almond, Priscilla Smith, Janet Biles, Gwen Calloway, Jan Purser. Activity Bus LEFT TO RIGHT: Joe Kelly, Coach; J. F. Turner, Principal. _ . 1 y e r c£L0 2 y j£S? -£Z AyA ps2 - A ' ' yy ppyyjA A r pJy 1 U d s’ sp ' sz z— A- ' -£- yy j? V Mvenimfc ■ ' jZ-tyZ ' ' Xici-J Zc y.Z w £_J IM ' S ' ' V- ' M , ZZuJ-- ZtU y yPtA C J 4 _j dZ.Zet.__. O .LcbL- li cl o l b-te . JJ dspZts ;zZ Zd ZZjppU-Oc z J 0 Z ' --zZl- t ' s? 77tx. Zl ' d b-1) za - .-p dZZj ' dct?s‘-£ ' s2- ZrdddiiL ' c -dZtt Z. ] f f ZdZ — 1 y . t bd? c zZ Z e? cc- ' . S ' Z cr? XmjQ- 3 . aJLSL C_y -VN p 3- f " Q,A J( . --o r y Zcis ' tfv ' j u eocd . ; 4, Q , C ?v - CL ’ t , ' A " ' ' cmh v 0vjj-4jiV " J Z i ' O , S3-4 DEDICATION TO OUR PARENTS MR. MRS. C. C . arey MR. MRS. H. B. K IRK MR. MRS. T. S . BILES MR. MRS. J. A. M I LLER MR. MRS. C. H. BURRIS MR. MRS. CLYDE MC INTYRE MR. MRS. MAR V IN BURRIS MR. MRS. CHARLIE MORTON MR. MRS. OSCAR BURRIS MR. MRS. A. S. PHILLIPS MR. MRS. R. L. CALLOWAY MR. MRS. GRANT pickler MR. MRS. M . L. chandler MR. MRS. T. C. PICKLER MR. MRS. G. G. FAULKNER MR. MRS. A. P. S M ITH MR. MRS. W. C. FLAKE SR. MR. MRS. MACON SMITH MR, MRS. M . C . FRICK MR. MRS. JACK TALBERT MR. MRS. J. c. GLOVER MR. MRS. WILLIAM WALKER WE SUPPORT OUR SENIORS MR. THOMAS SMALL MR . 8c MRS . WADE CLAYTON BILLY MR. MRS. W. M NAPIER MR. Sc MRS . BRADY ALMOND 8c GIRLS MR. 6c MRS. B I L L_ WILDER 8c SONS MR . 8c MRS . 1. J. LITTLE 8c FAMILY MR. ■MRS. W. A. DAV 1 S MR. 8c MRS . HOMER DANIELS 8c FAMILY MR. MRS. JAMES KIRK 3c FAMILY MR. 8: MRS R. L. STARR MR. 6c MRS. A. C. BURR 1 S MR . 8c MRS . L. A. PRICE MR. 6c MRS. T. V. STATON MR. Sc MRS, THERON GR 1 FF 1 N MRS . ETHEL CASPER, POST MISTRESS MR. 8c MRS JESS D. RUSSELL MR. MRS. RAYMOND RUSSELL MR . 8c MRS. DEWEY CLAYTON 8c FAMILY MRS . H. W. CULP SR. MR. 8c MRS. S. A. PENNIGER 8c FAMILY MR. 8c MRS. WALTER BIZUK GIRLS MR. 8c M ' RS. ALBERT NASH 8c SON MR. 8c MRS. GROVER ROGERS 8c FAMILY MR . 8c MRS. MERLIN RITCHIE 8c SON MR. 8c MRS. MIKE ISENHOUR 8c FAMILY MR. 8c MRS. JOHNNY MORRIS 8c SON MR. 8c MRS. LEON E UDY 8c FAM 1 LY MR. 8c MRS. J. T. PALMER 8c FAMILY MR. Sc MRS. BOYCE GRIFFIN 8c FAMILY MR . 8c MRS. DOL1N LOFL1N 8c DAUGHTER MR. 8c MRS. REECE BOWERS 8c FAMILY MR. 8c MRS. MILTON HARRIS 8c FAMILY MR. 8c MRS. S. C. MILLER FAMILY MISS LULA RUSSELL MR. 8c MRS. VAN B. BURRIS 8c FAMILY MR. MRS . LUCIAN CROWELL MR. Sc MRS. THOMAS FATKIN MR. 6c MRS. SHERMAN LOWDER 8c BOBBIE MR. 8c MRS. D. C. CODY 8c DEWAYNE MR. W1LMUTH HUNTER MR. 8c MRS. T. W. ward MRS . CROSEN REEVES MR. 8c MRS. JAMES VALSAME MR. 8c MRS. HAROLD KIMREY MR. MRS. JOE ROSS MRS. OTIS CRISCO MRS. DELMAR TURNER FAMILY MISS LIBBY ALMOND MR. MRS. B. H. POOLE 8c GIRLS MR. MRS. CLYDE MCINTYRE RAY AUSTIN MORRIS PACKING CO. SPENCE MOTOR CO. SOUTHERN DAIRIES COMPLIMENTS OF ED ' S SHEET METAL WORKS ROOFING. GUTTERING. DUCK WORK. HEATING AIR CONDITIONING. COPPER 8c STAINLESS STEEL PHONE 1250 2011 CROWN DRIVE ALBEMARLE NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF SERVICE DISTRIBUTING CO,. INC- PHONE 1180 ALBEMARLE NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF SMALL ' S GARAGE COMPLETE LINE OF CAR PARTS CRESCENT 6573 GOLD HILL NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH COMPLIMENTS OF METHODIST CHURCH NEW LONDON NORTH CAROLINA NEW LONDON NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF C. Bo CASPER MAYOR COMPLIMENTS OF T. S. BILES constable NEW LONDON NORTH CAROLINA NEW LONDON NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF STARLIGHT GRILL NO . I charlotte highway NO . 2 SALISBURY HIGHWAY THICK SHAKES TASTY TOASTED SANDWICHES CURB SERVICE NO. 3 CANDOR HIGHWAY 220 NO . 4 RICHFIELD 49 COMPLIMENTS OF BURRELL BAKERY SILVER CREST BREAD AND CAKES ALBEMARLE NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF HERFF-JONES CO. MANUFACTURING JEWELERS AND STATIONERS 1407 - 1419 NORTH CAPITOL AVENUE COMPLIMENTS OF PAGE CHURCH FURNITURE CO. ALBEMARLE. NORTH CAROLINA INDIANAPOLIS 7, INDIANA COMPLIMENTS OF COLLINS AIKMAN CORPORATION AUTOMOTIVE FABRICS DIVISION ALBEMARLE. NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF R. A. HUNEYCUTT AND SONS CO. C OMPLETE LINE OF BUILDING MATERIALS WINDOW FRAMES - DOOR FRAMES - KITCHEN CABINETS PHONE 1647-M NEW LONDON ROUTE I NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF HARRIS AND NASH GROCERIES - MEATS - PRODUCE FEED - GASOLINE - OIL NORGE AND KELVINATOR APPLIANCES PHONE 3-3714 NEW LONDON NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF WHISPERING PINES BARBECUE PHONE 984 — J ALBEMARLE NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF G. C. McMANUS CO., INC. allis Chalmers farm machinery PHONE 321 ALBEMARLE NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF ALBEMARLE D I RECT SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION REDUCTION LOANS - INSURED SAVINGS ALBE M AR LE NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF LEFLER FURNITURE CO. , INC. COMPLIMENTS OF FURNITURE DEALERS AND FUNERAL DIRECTORS TOWEL CITY TOWEL STORE, INC, PHONE 117 - AMBULANCE PHONE 97 RICHFIELD, NORTH CAROLINA ALBEMARLE. NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF MAXWELL BROTHERS FURNITURE COMPANY FIRST NATIONAL BANK PHONE 54 MEMBER OF FEDERAL RESERVE BANK ALBEMARLE, NORTH CAROLINA ALBEMARLE, NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF LOWDER HARDWARE COMPANY everybody ' s store SOSSAMONS FURNITURE COMPANY PHONES 1040 and 325 YOUR FINE CEDAR CHEST DEALER ALBEMARLE. NORTH CAROLINA ALBEMARLE, NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF BOWERS BROTHERS COMPLIMENTS OF JOHN DEERE SALES AND SERVICE STANLY DAIRIES 118 NORTH DEPOT STREET ICE CREAM AND MILK PHONE 159 ALBEMARLE, NORTH CAROLINA ALBEMARLE, NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF ALBEMARLE PLUMBING STANLY NEWS AND PRESS AND HEATING COMPANY YOUR COUNTY NEWSPAPER PHONE LD-8 PHONE 54 ALBEMARLE. NORTH CAROLINA ALBEMARLE. NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF MAUNEY ' S FEED MILL COMPLIMENTS OF CUSTOM GRINDING AND MIXING POULTRY AND LIVESTOCK JACK ' S GROCERY AND MARKET QUALITY FEEDS ALBEMARLE. NORTH CAROLINA NEW LONDON. NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF ECONOMY AUTO SUPPLY J. T. RUSSELL SONS WEST1NGHOUSE APPLIANCES CITY SERVICE STATION 219 WEST MAIN STREET " for fine service " NEW LONDON. NORTH CAROLINA ALBEMARLE, NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF FESPERMAN ' S AMOCO SERVICE " amoco products " DUN-RITE LAUNDRY AND CLEANERS 1346 EAST MAIN STREET PHONE 1737 ALBEMARLE. NORTH CAROLINA ALBEMARLE. NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF STANLY HARDWARE COMPANY DISTRIBUTORS OF MACGREGOR - SPAULDING - RIDDELL SPORTING EQUIPMENT ALBEMARLE NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF P. J. HUNEYCUTT FURNITURE COMPANY ALBEMARLE NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF W. L, AUSTIN SHOP farm machine repair ALL KINDS OF WELDING ALBEMARLE NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF MURREL ' S PHARMACY 159 NORTH SECOND STREET ALBEMARLE NORTH CAROLINA KEEP UP WITH THE NEW LOOK, VISIT THE BEAUTY NOOK COMPLIMENTS OF STANLY FUNERAL HOME PHONE 188 ALBE MARLE NORTH CAROLINA ALBE MARLE NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF ALBEMARLE INSURANCE AGENCY, INCo 113 SOUTH SECOND STREET ALBEMARLE NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF ALBEMARLE OIL COMPANY AMOCO PRODUCTS A GREAT NAME ON THE ROAD AND ON THE FARM PHONE 55 " WE GIVE GREEN STAMPS 11 ALBEMARLE NORTH CAROLINA f 1 » r ) •n J 22 r.rtM PL I M F J O W ROS, AND HEATH COC HEAVY AND SHELF HARDWARE BUILDING MATERIALS FEEDS AND FERTILIZERS COMPLIMENTS OF J„ H„ HARKEY GULF OIL PRODUCTS BOX 288 NORWOOD ROAD DAY PHONE 94 NIGHT PHONE 28 7 — w ALEE MARLE NORTH CAROLINA ALBE MARLE NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF SUGGS FURNITURE COMPANY PHONE 34 ALBEMARLE NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF STILL OIL COMPANY ALBEMARLE NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF HUCKABEE LUMBER COMPANY BUILDING MATERIAL - MILLWORK FUEL OIL - LUMBER - PAINT BUILDING WHOLESALE PRESCRIPTION SHOP 125 E. NORTH STREET PHONE 1402 ALBEMARLE NORTH CAROLINA ALBE MARLE NORTH CAROLINA THE DRUG CENTER 121 N. FIRST STREET PHONE 1131 ALBEMARLE NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND RICHFIELD MILLING COMPANY PURITY FLOUR - BEST CORN MEAL SUPERIOR FEEDS RICHFIELD NORTH CAROLINA WILHELM’S ESSO SERVICE 192 NORTH SECOND STREET ALBEMARLE NORTH CAROLINA RICHFIELD FARM SUPPLY SEEDS - PAINTS - HARDWARE RICHFIELD NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF KELLY ' S BAKERY RICHFIELD FURNITURE COMPANY " the BEST IN FINE PASTERIES " HIGHWAY 52 - PHONE 3-3501 PEE DEE AVENUE RICHFIELD, NORTH CAROLINA ALBEMARLE, NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF CARSON FURNITURE COMPANY BARRINGER ' S BARBER SHOP QUALITY FURNITURE RICHFIELD, NORTH CAROLINA SALISBURY ROAD COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF FIVE POINT CLEANERS STANDARD OFFICE EQUIPMENT " complete line of CASH AND CARRY SCHOOL supplies " 175 NORTH SECOND ALBEMARLE, NORTH CAROLINA ALBEMARLE. NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF B B ESSO SERVICE CENTER GABLES INC. " for happy motoring " MEN ' S WEAR PICK UP AND DELIVERY CALL 3-3551 ALBEMARLE, NORTH CAROLINA RICHFIELD, NORTH CAROLINA SP™ COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF GEO ' S PLACE JOHN SEXTON COMPANY " amoco products " national wholesale grocers GROCERIES - SEEDS AND BOX 4124 HOT POINT APPLIANCES ATLANTA 2, GEORGIA PHONE 3-4715 NEW LONDON NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF DELUXE CAFE AIR CONDITIONED STANLY FINANCE COMPANY PHONE 1819 116 SOUTH SECOND STREET ALBEMARLE NORTH CAROLINA ALBEMARLE, NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF W. T. GULF SERVICE MILLERS INC. ONE-HALF MILE N. HWY. 49 52 GENERAL INSURANCE PHONE 3-4444 PHONE 3-4796 ALBEMARLE, NORTH CAROLINA RICHFIELD, NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF THE STANLY CITIZEN ELLIS ' GROCERY " STANLY COUNTYS FASTEST GROCERIES - MEATS - FEEDS GROWING NEWSPAPER. " GAS a OIL PHONE 950 PHONE 3-4612 ALBEMARLE, NORTH CAROLINA NEW LONDON. NORTH CAROLINA 1 1 i 1 1 iimui w a w -™ " rrmtHM HHWI COMPLIMENTS OF ALL STAR MILLS, INC ALBEMARLE NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF FIRESTONE HOME AUTO SUPPLIES STORE NO. I VU 2-2171 STATION NO. 2 VU 2-4315 ALBEMARLE NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF JEFFS CLEANERS COMPLIMENTS OF ALMO CLEANERS ALBEMARLE NORTH CAROLINA ALBE MARLE NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF MILLER ' S MOTEL COMPLIMENTS OF WHAT - A - BURGER EAST MAIN STREET RICHFIELD NORTH CAROLINA ALBE MARLE NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT PHILLIPS CUT RATE DRUG STORE ALBE MARLE NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF ROSELAND FLORIST charlotte highway ALBEMARLE NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF H. N. THOMPSON COMPLIMENTS OF PECK ' S FLORIST ALBE MARLE NORTH CAROLINA ALBE MARLE NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF THE ALBEMARLE GREENHOUSES PHONE 146 ALBEMARLE NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF CARTER ' S PLACE PHILLIPS 66 GAS AND OIL NEW LONDON NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF CONFEDERATE MOTORS COMPLIMENTS OF LOFTIN ' S DRUG STORE ALBE MARLE NORTH CAROLINA ALBE MARLE NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF HARWOOD ' S FLORIST COMPLIMENTS OF M M GRILL SERVICE ALBEMARLE NORTH CAROLINA NEW LONDON NORTH CAROLINA V :J:0 r COMPLI MENTS OF JEWEL BOX ALBEMARLE NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF MOOSE ' S INCORPORATED 141 WEST MAIN STREET ALBE MARLE NORTH CAROLINA ■ 4 y y COMPLIM B iVs (SC Morgan motors ALBEMARLE NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF ALBEMARLE BAKERY MARY JANE BREAD ALBE M ARLE NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF CLAY AUSTIN WATCH MAKER HILL BUILDING - PHONE 692 ALBEMARLE NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF Y. V. WHITLEY SPECIALITY CO. ALBE MARLE NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF BILL PHILLIPS BUICK COMPANY ALBEMARLE NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF HARDISTER S MIDWAY GROCERY PHONE 927 — J ALBEMARLE NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF WILSON FARM SUPPLY COMPLIMENTS OF B, H, Me LENDON SONS ALBEMARLE NORTH CAROLINA ALBEMARLE NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF DEAN ' S BEAUTY SHOP COMPLIMENTS OF HENRY ' S LUNCH ALBEMARLE NORTH CAROLINA ALBE MARLE NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF HARTSELL FUNERAL HOME COMPLIMENTS OF G. C. MORTON ALBEMARLE NORTH CAROLINA ALBEMARLE NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF CRAWLEY ' S CLEANERS COMPLIMENTS OF HEARN ' S GROCERY NORWOOD NORTH CAROLINA NEW LONDON NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF KIRKS MARKET 311 PEE DEE AVENUE ALBEMARLE NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF GLAMOR SHOP 134 WEST MAIN ALBEMARLE NORTH CAROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF NEW LONDON BEAUTY SHOP JEWEL ELLIOTT — OLLIE FRICK PHONE 3-3785 NEW LONDON NORTH CAROLINA cr _ ' ATKINS SUPER MARKET LHtM AR I O Ttrf O ROLINA COMPLIMENTS OF TIP - TOP GRILL PHONE 687 — X ALBEMARLE-BADIN ROAD COMPLIMENTS OF W. D. 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