Stokesdale High School - Memories Yearbook (Stokesdale, NC)
- Class of 1956
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STOKESDALE HIGH SCHOOL ,■ - jJJ , v £ -• ' £f- ' j . „ „ •; v ., " " - ■ +« ; t ■ ' % ' Si - ■ - • . jp -v :- ' ■ ' ■-r . —■ .T. s ; - « . O ' Presents the keys to NINTH EDITION 1955-56 Through the years we have always come to you with our trouble s and heartaches and now that we are Seniors, we wish to dedicate our annual to you in thanks for the endless hours you Many times we have strayed from the right path, but you were ever there with ahelping hand Now that we stand here on the threshold of a new life, we pause for a moment to try to tell you just how much you have meant to us in the past and how much you will mean to our future success. You have truly been our guiding light J. - 4 U, -U - V , THE TREE OF LIFE We, the Class of 56, were planted in the elementary as a seed is planted for growth. Our growth has taken twelve years of work, play, sadness and happiness. As the tree of Life withers at times so did we; but when the closeness of one another glowed. We climbed still higher to greater goals. The child, as a tree, needs love and care; For these we give praise, gratitude to our parents and teachers. Without their love and guidance we would have lost our way upon the path we follow. We started our years of High School, we wondered what the future held; Now as they are concluding: We stretch forth our arms, as a tree when grown; We ask our Father in Heaven to guide us to follow our motto, " Onward and Upward though the road may be rough. " --Jean Halbrook ALMA MATER In the hearts of Stokesdale students Flames a love of old, Thou art ever growing dearer, For the blue and gold. May thine honor, name, and glory, Stand the test of time, Trusting ever; doubting never, That thou art sublime. CHORUS Hail to thee, our ALMA MATER, Let us pledge anew, (Boys) Let us pledge anew, Faithful, loyal, willing service, Stokesdale High to you. n Mr. Joyce Mrs. Richardson Mrs. Hamid Mr. Wilson PRINCIPAL Mrs. Southard Mrs. Maggie Richardson 12th Grade Miss Marie Essa 11th Grade Mr. Jesse B. Joyce 10th Grade Mrs. Ethel M. Southard 9th Grade Mrs. Gretchen Hamid 9th Grade Mrs. Annie P. Lemons Librarian-Se cretary Mr. James Farris 8th Grade Mrs. Addie Simpson 7th Grade Mrs. Cassie Vaughn 6th-7th Grade Mrs. Ruby Matthews 6th Grade Miss Marjorie Jenkins Miss Bessie Marie Orrell 3rd Grade 2nd Grade Mrs. Juanita H. Wood lst-2nd Grade Mrs. Mary Lou Preston 1st Grade SENIOR OFFICERS SHELBY JEAN HALBROOK PATRICIA GREY CLARK DAVID LEON MIDDLETON DEWEY LEON MURPHY SENIOR ROY LEE PAYNE PHYLLIS MARIE JONES SHIRLEY JEAN HOLLAND CLASS JAMES HOWARD PERDUE 1 PAUL DAVIS SWAIN SENIOR JOY ANN PEGRAM ELDRIDGE WILLARD TYSOR RAYMOND DOWELL PEGRAM SARAH LEIGH MIDDLETON MYRTLE MAE MATTHEWS ORLANDA JANE POPE WALLACE LYTLE WILSON CLASS BONNIE LOUISE ROBERTSON ROGER VINSON WILSON BARBARA ELIZABETH VERNON SUE WHITE THOMAS RACHEL RIERSON and BOBBY GAULDIN Harvest King and Queen MYRTLE MATTHEWS and P.D. SWAIN Senior Class Representatives for Harvest King and Queen JEANNE HALBROOK Miss Stokes dale High Holiday Jubilee Parade : Wiley Pegram President Vicky Friddle V. President Judy Wilson Secretary Bobby Gauldin Daisy Angel JUNIOR Donald Angel Bobby Anthony Tony Charles Marie Combs JoAnn Grant Bobby James Gail Hudson Edward Lovett CLASS Becky Johnson Clyde Neal Jean Pearman Rachel Rierson Eldon Neal Margie Sherron Rodney Wilson Priscillia Vernon Arnold Payne JUNIOR CLASS Shirley Slaydon Fred Self Glenola White Not Pictured John Powers SOPHOMORES Phillip Harrell-Pres. P e ggy Combs-V, Pres. Patsy Friddle-Sec. Phyllis Thomas-Treas. Bennie Pope-Reporter Dudley Angel Bonnie Pulp Jack Brown Carolyn Hennis Carey Fulp Geraldine Gravitt Richard Lee Lorene Hutchins Clyde Marshall Nancy Pope Charles Middleton Glenda Priddy Harry Osborne Bonnie Preston David Pearman Oma Lou Pruitt Donnie Pearman Brenda Richardson Melvin Pegram Helen Robertson Ted Richardson Virginia Robertson Lester Shelton Agatha Wilson Robert Slate Janice Wray Robert Smith Donald Williams FRESHMEN MRS. HAMID NINTH GRADE Pres. Clarence Neal, Yice-Pres. Brenda Swain Sec. Sue Westmoreland Gene Ammen Wanda Angel David Dean Mary Cook Clinton Gauldin Glenda Fulp Danny Jones Betty Harrell Delbert Murphy Julia Hutchins Lee Pope Loretta Lovett L. D. Orrell Audrie Self Y. W. Tysor Charles Walker Dermot Roope MRS. SOUTHARD NINTH GRADE Pres. Barry Martin Vice-Pres Patsy Southern Sec. Barbara Case Reporter Linda Vernon Joanne Holland Daniel Matthews Louise Holland Larry Osborne Joan McCuiston J. W. Payne Martha Powers David Plummer Nancy Pearman Clyde Perdue Darlene Rutledge Burton Thomas Mary Louise Southard Richard Thomas John Henry White Not Pictured: Gladys Hall Aubrey Holt Jr. David Malloy Benny Anthony " CeEnAe " CLASS HISTORY As this is December ninth, nineteen fifty five, we realize the end of our high school days is drawing nearer, but let ' s not forget to recall the memorable events that have occured in the past. Our memory of our first day in school is somewhat hazy, but it brightens as we advance step-by-step up the ladder of education to our eighth grade graduation. We shall know again in the near future the elated feeling we shared the night we received our eighth grade diplomas. We gained two new members in the fourth and fifth grades, Jean Halbrook and Larry Friddle respectively. As we entered the doors of high school with great am¬ bitions and high hopes, we thought we were really grown up because we couldchange classes like the rest of the students. Mr. Brewer guided us through our first year of high school. Then we became sophomores with Mrs. Southard as our home room teacher, and we really settled down to work. Our Junior year was very important to us. It meant that we would get to attend the Junior-Senior Banquet which we all looked forward to. Also during our junior year we re- ceivedour class rings which was a highlight in our life. We sold greeting cards and Christmas candy to earn money for our banquet. Another great experience in our Junior year was our trip to Washington and the long climb up the Wash¬ in gton Monument. Bernell Pope didn ' t come back this year and Haddie Sue White didn ' t return the next year. We struggled up the ladder until finally we became dig¬ nified seniors. Our senior year has been one of hard work and some play with Mr s. R i c h a r d s o n as our home room teacher. We are looking forward to giving the Senior Play and hope for a successful performance. During this year many of us have become experienced salesmen by selling merchandise trying to build up our class treasury. We are now growing closer to the top of our ladder, and in the coming years, we will look back over our many thrilling experiences and appreciate the thing s and people that have helped us to reach this great achievement for which so long we have labored. Patricia Clark Leon Murphy CLASS PROPHECY When the class elected me to write the prophecy I thought to my¬ self, why classmates I can ' t ever think. I har dly know what ' s going on in this busy world today, much less know what ' s going to happen in the future. With this in mind I got busy and observed my classmates, and this is the way I see them today: There ' s no variety in furniture in Bonnie Robertson ' s home-just rocking chairs. She has been rocking for years just waiting for the plummer to return. For Roger no one knows much about-he talked so slowly that he married before he knew what was going on. We were surprised as well as he. Eldridge Tysor is still in school-studying English. It loves him so! Roy Payne b o u g h t some dummies to be his girl friends so they couldn ' t complain about his osculatory inadequacy. Phyllis Jones and Howard Perdue talked so little that their tongues went on a strike for longer working hours. Wallace Wilson, unlike Lot ' s wife who turned into salt, kept getting sweeter and sweeter until he was nothing but sugar. Joy Ann Pegram, Cenobia Lawrence and Jeanne Halbrook live in the office but it is not the principal they like; it is the salesmen that appeal to them. Larry Friddle and P. D. Swain have put on so much mileage South - westard from Stokesdale that they have built a tunnel of love as a short cut. Needless to say they don ' t use it on the way home-because the longest way around is the sweetest way back. We might suggest a cheaper way. It was always hard to get David Middleton to move once he sat down. He sat down up at " His Little Margie ' s " and is still there. Or landa Pope always had so much on her mind that it was hard for her to remember anything-but her dates. Leon Murphy walked around with his head in the air, because there was so much in it. He stumped his toe one day in the hall--now he watches where he ' s going, and we think he ' s going somewhere too. Raymond Pegram and Jean Holland held their temper as long as they could, then they exploded-now they are in 99 different parts. During one of Myrtle Matthews glorious blushes her head burst into flames. With no eyes to see, ears for to hear, or mouth for to talk, life just won ' t be worth living so she expired. Roger Pegram almost worried our typing teacher to death. Now he ' s decided to behave himself in class. Pat Clark almost lost her voice cheering on the cheerleader squad. Now she walks around groaning, " Let ' s go, Blue Devils! " Evelyn Cook wrote so many airmail letters it almost broke her up, so she decided to just go herself. Now she ' s in Mississippi; or I might say with that guy in uniform. Sarah Middleton was always crazy about uniforms. But she was too particular about what was in them. Now she has decided to join the Lonely Hearts Club. Barbara Vernon walks around in a daze--too much of that Rocking¬ ham County community. Watch out fora new home on highway 158East. Barbara Vernon LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT For twelve years we have dug for a hidden treasure at Stokesdale High School. Going from room to room with guiding instructors there have been some discouraging moments in searching for this treasure but we somehow let our enjoyable memories overcome our discouragements. Having in a measure accomplished our goal we feel we have acquir¬ ed sufficient wealth to leave some of our treasures to our underclass • men and teachers. So on this, the twenty ninth day of May, one thousand nine hundred and fifty six, we the senior class of 1956, consisting of twenty-four unselfish members, now draw up a last will and testament: To Mr. Wilson: We leave all our written excuses for being out of class. To Mrs. Richardson: We leave all our bad habits and next years seniors. To Miss Essa: We leave the banged up and broken typewriters. To Mr. Southard: We leave our many thanks for the help in stuff¬ ing our heads with mathematics and Geometry. To Mr. Joyce: Our best wishes in t r a i ni ng h i s ball clubs since losing so many senior players. To Mrs. Hamid: Our appreciation for helping our boys to learn to get along with girls. To our grammar grade teachers. Many thanks for pulling us through the grades. To the Junior Class: We leave our seats in chapeland our cherish¬ ed moments in seeking our treasure. Joy Ann Pegram leave s her ambitious ways and will power to the rising Juniors. To whoever you think should have it, Jean Ha 1 b r o o k leaves her position as Miss Stokesdale. Roger Wilson wills his ability to work algebra to Carey Fulp. Wallace Wilson wills his high temper to Lester Shelton. To Wiley Pegram, Roy Payne leaves all his Greensboro girl friends. Roger Pegram leaves his ability to get along with Northern girls to Fred Self. To David Malloy, P. D. Swain leaves his height and ability to play basketball. To the teachers, Larry Friddle leaves his smart remarks. To Priscilla Vernon, Cenobia Lawrence leaves her engagement ring. Eldridge Tysor wills his Hot Rod to Arnold Payne. Myrtle Matthews leaves her long blonde hair to Margie Sherron. To Jean Pearman, Orlanda Pope wills her popularity. Bonnie Robertson leaves her good Sportsmanship trophy to Bennie Pope. Barbara Vernon leaves her ability to talk to anyone who thinks they can manage it. To Gail Hudson, Evelyn Cook leaves her chewing gum. Sarah Middleton wills her abilityto play basketball to VickeyFriddle. Howard Perdue wills his quietness to Lang don Ammen. Phyllis Jones leaves some of her height to Rachel Rierson. David Middleton wills his good looks to Jack Williams. LeonMurphy wills part of his knowledge, keeping enough, ox course, for his own security, to Buddy Pegram. Patricia Clark wills her position as chief cheerleader to JoAnne Holland. Raymond Pegram leaves his ability to succeed in Geometry Class to Judy Wilson. Cenobia Lawrence Sarah Middleton MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Joy Ann Pegram-Roy Payne MOST ORIGINAL Sarah Middleton-Roger Wilson MOST TALENTED Bonnie Robertson-Wallace Wilson MOST AMBITIOUS Jean Holland-Raymond Pegram MOST ATHLETIC Sarah Middleton-P. D. Swain BEST ALL-AROUND Orlanda Pope-Roger Wilson QUIETEST Phyllis Jones-Howard Perdue SUPERLATIVES MOST POPULAR Orlanda Pope-P.D. Swain FRIENDLIEST Patricia Clark-Wallace Wilson SENIOR HAPPIEST Evelyn Cook-David Middleton LAZIEST Barbara Vernon-Eldridge Tysor FLIRTIEST Patricia Clark-Roy Payne MOST COURTEOUS Myrtle Matthews-Roger Wilson MOST ATTRACTIVE Jeanne Halbrook-Larry Friddle SUPERLATIVES MOST STUDIOUS Joy Ann Pegram-Leon Murphy ATTENDANTS Myrtle Matthews David Middleton Marie Combs Edward Lovett Helen Robertson Harry Osborne Loretta Lovett Barry Martin Margaret Robertson Ronald Eller MAID OF HONOR Jeanne Halbrook QUEEN Orlanda Pope KING Larry Friddle MARSHALS Bonnie Robertson, Sarah Middleton, Orlanda Pope, Leon Murphy. Joy Ann Pegram, Chief CLASS FLOWER Red Rose CLASS MOTTO " Onward and Upward though the road be rough. " CLASS COLORS Red and White MEMORIES STAFF . . Orlanda Pope . Joy Ann Pegram Myrtle Matthews . . . Evelyn Cook . . Larry Friddle Myrtle Matthews Roy Payne , . David Middleton Raymond Pegram Phyllis Jones , . . Jean Halbrook , . Barbara Vernon , . . Patricia Clark Leon Murphy . . Sarah Middleton Cenobia Lawrence . . . . P. D. Swain Sarah Middleton Barbara Vernon . Cenobia Lawrence Jean Holland Jean Halbrook Bonnie Robertson Maggie Richardson Editor. Assistant Editor . Secretary. Business Manager Treasurer . . . . Art Editors . . . Activity Editors Typist Advisor F.H.A. ADVISOR Mrs. Southard President - Bonnie Robertson V President - Patricia Clark Secretary - Myrtle Matthews Treasurer - Orlanda Pope OFFICERS President.Orlanda Pope Vice-Pres. . .Barbara Vernon Secretary. . .Sarah Middleton Treasurer - Bonnie Robertson BETA CLUB fssp ■ LUNCH ROOM ASSISTANTS Cookin ' it up ! BUS DRIVERS OFFICE STAFF Principal M. Y. Wilson Secretary Mrs. Lemons Assistants Margie Sherron Roger Pegram Jeanne Halbrook Joy Ann Pegram Patsy Friddle STUDENT COUNCIL President Roger Wilson Secretary -Treasurer Daisy Lee Angel Secretary-Treasurer Sarah Middleton MONOGRAM CLUB SNAPSHOTS BASKET Manager - J. W. Payne, Priddy, Slaydon, Hennis, Fulp, Wray, Cook, Thomas, Preston, P. Vernon, Wilson, L,. Vernon. James, Slate, Wilson, Swain, Friddle Friddle, Middleton, Cook Pope, Vernon, Robertson Coach Joyce. Summerfield Jamestown Bessemer Rankin Colfax Gibsonville Summerfield Jamestown Bessemer Rankin Colfax Gibsonville Stokesdale Summerfield Jamestown Bessemer Rankin Colfax Gibsonville Summerfield Jamestown Bessemer Rankin Colfax Gibsonville EIGHTH GRADE Pres.-Garrett, Sec.-Case, Treas.-Smith, Beason, Eller, Everett, Hand, Hawkins, Holland, Hollins, Hooker, Hudson, Martin, Neal, Pegram, Pruitt, Robertson, Still, Tysor, Vaughn, Wilson. SEVENTH GRADE Ammen, Angel, Bohannon, Brooks, Carter, B. Combs, M. Combs, R. Combs, Fagg, Garner, Goins, Hand, Hawks, Holland, Holt, James, Lawrence, Lemons, Lovett, McCuiston, McGee, Owens, E. Pegram, D. Pegram, Pruitt, Reid, Shelton, Sherron, Slaydon, Smith, Stevens, Tilley, Vanhoy, Vaughn, Wood, York, Not Pictured: Hall, Southern. SIXTH GRADE Carter, Childress, Clark, Cook, Foulks, Gualdin, Hawkins, Hooker, Malloy, Murphy, Orrell, Parker, Payne, Pegram, Pearman, Plaster, Pope, Preston, Shough, Smith, Southern, Thomas, Turner, Tuttle, McCrorie, Matthews, Robertson, Thomas, G. Childress, Goins, Southard, Knight, Roberts, Hudson, N. Plaster, Ruthledge, Case, Tucker, Powers, Lemons. FIFTH GRADE Angel, Garrett, Bray, Cook, Dean, Fagg, Hand, Hawkins, Holland, Hollins, Kennedy, Knight, Lawrence, Lovett, McBride, Moore, Moorefield, Parrish, L. Pegram, C. Pegram, M. Pegram, Pope, Richardson, Rumbley, Neal, Slate, Southern Tysor, Walker. FOURTH GRADE Pegram, Nelson, Childress, Holt, D. Lawrence, Eller, Seagraves, Southard, Marshall, Ellison, Powers, Plaster, Reid, Thomas, Holt, Lashley, Hawks, Holland, Lawrence, Jones, Mosely, Law¬ rence, Murphy, Brown, York, Browning, Robertson, York, Southern, Holesclaw, Smith, Fagg. THIRD GRADE Southard, Vernon, Vanhoy, Pegram, Mar shall, Parrish, Hooker, Plaster, Tucker, Apple, Vaughn, Bohannon, Hollins, Pegram, Adams, Holland, Barrett, Lemons, York, Mabe, Gauldin, Shelton, Tucker, Hudson, Middleton, Williams, Southern, Wray, Malloy, Holt, Payne, Preston, Morton, Brooks, Browning, Hamm, James, Thomas, Perdue, Southern, Simpson, Turner, Pegram, Smith, Richardson, McCroy. SECOND GRADE Newell, Gourley, Holland, Vaughn, Vaughn, Pegram, Pearman, Smith, Combs, Sechrest, Coker, Sharon, Moenkhaus, Southern, Self, Southard, Sherron, Friddle, Lemmons, Angel, Tilly, Fulp, Eller, Pegram, Fagg, Stone, Gauldin, Smith, Tysor, Angel, Fulp, Fulp, Richardson, Robinson, Garrett, Pope, Williams, Friddle, Vernon. FIRST GRADE Shelton, Shelton, Wilson, Preston, Nelson, Hawks, Lawrence, McGee, Stevens, Southerd, Walker, Mabe, Hooker, Cook, Tilly, Plaster, Parrish, Briggs, Moore, Perdue, Middleton, James, Plaster, Wood, Adcock, Pegram, Reid, Williams, York, Owens, McCree, Moore, S. Preston, Childress, Hamm. SENIOR DIRECTORY PATRICIA GREY CLARK Glee Club 1,2; Class Historian; F.H.A. 1, 2,3; 4-H 1; Cheerleader 1,2,3,4; Captain 4; Beta Club 3,4; Monogram 1,2,3,4; Li¬ brary Club 4; Junior Play; Monogram Club Treasurer 4. LARRY ALBERT FRIDDLE Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Mono¬ gram 1,2,3,4; Sub. Bus Driver 3,4; May King 4; Annual Staff 4. EVELYN LEYUNA COOK Basketball 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Of f i c e r 3; Annual Staff 4; Beta Club 3,4; Monogram 1,2,3,4; Office Asst. 3; Junior Play; Newspaper Staff 4. DAVID LEON MIDDLETON Basketball 1,2,3; Monogram 4; Sub. Bus Driver 2,3,4; May Court 1,4; Annual Staff 4. SHELBY JEANNE HALBROOK F.H.A. 1,2,3; Officer 2;Glee Club 1,2,3; Beta Club 4; Office Asst. 3,4; May Court 2; Maid of Honor 4; Miss Stokesdale High 4; Annual Staff 4; Class Poet. DEWEY LEON MURPHY Glee Club 1,2,3; Beta Club 3,4; Stu dent Council 1,4; Marshall 3; Class Officer 4; Newspaper Staff 4; Junior Play; Annual Staff 4. SHIRLEY JEAN HOLLAND 4-H 1,2; Cafeteria Helper 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2; Annual Staff 4; Newspaper Staff 4; Junior Play. ROY LEE PAYNE Bus Driver 3,4; Baseball 3; Annual Staff 4. PHYLLIS MARIE JONES Glee Club 1; F.H.A. 1,2; Library Club 4. RAYMOND DOWELL PEGRAM Glee Club 1,2,3; Sub. Bus Driver 4; Annual Staff 4. AVIS CENOBIA LAWRENCE F.H.A. 1,2,3; Cheerleader 1,2,3,4; Mono¬ gram 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2; May Court 3; Library Club 4; Annual Staff 4; Asst. Tes¬ tator; Store Manager 3; Asst. Director of Junior Play. ROGER ERVIN PEGRAM Glee Club 1,2,3; Basketball 3; Monogram Club 4. MYRTLE MAE MATTHEWS F.H.A. 1; Glee Club 1,2,3; Beta Club 3,4; May Court 3,4; Annual Staff 4; Newspaper Staff 4; Junior Play; Repres. for Harvest Queen 4. JAMES HOWARD PERDUE " Quietest " SARA LEIGH MIDDLETON Basketball 1,2,3,4; Annual Staff 4; Asst. Testator 4; Student Council 4; Glee Club 1,2; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Officer 3,4;Class Officer 2; Beta Club 3,4; Monogram Club 1,2,3,4; Marshall 3; Junior Play; News¬ paper Staff 4; Library Club 3. PAUL DAVIS SWAIN Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Mono¬ gram Club 2,3,4; May Court 3; Annual Staff 4. JOY ANN PEGRAM F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Officer 2,3,4; Beta Club 3; 4; Class Officer 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Newspaper Staff 4; Office Asst. 4; Library Club 4; Annual Staff 4; Store Manager 3; Chief Marshall 3; Junior Play. ELDRIDGE WILLARD TYSOR Glee Club 1; Bus Driver 4. ORLANDA JANE POPE Basketball 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Beta Club 3,4; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Marshall 3; Junior Play; Annual Staff 4; May Queen 4; Library Club 3,4; Newspaper Staff 4; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Officer 3,4; Class Officer 3,4. ROGER VINSON WILSON Gle e Club 1,2,3; Beta Club 3,4; Student Council 2,4; Monogram 2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Bus Driver 4; May Court 2; Class Officer 1,2,3,4; Junior Play. BONNIE LOUISE ROBERTSON Basketball 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3; Mono¬ gram Club 2,3,4; Treasurer 3; Marshall and D.A.R.; Annual Staff; Library Club 3, 4; Newspaper Staff 4; 4-H 1; F.H.A. 1,2, 3,4; Beta Club 3,4; Junior Play. WALLACE LYTLE WILSON Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Mono¬ gram Club 2,3,4; Junior Play 3; Class Officer 1,3,4. BARBARA ELIZABETH VERNON Basketball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2; Monogram Club 1,2,3,4; Treasurer 4; 4-H 1; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Officer 3,4; Annual Staff 4; News¬ paper Staff 4; Glee Club 1,2,3; Library Club 3; Beta Club 4; Class Prophet 4. 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STAFFORD ' S STORE Dry goods, Notions, and Shoes Kernersville North Carolina THE SHOE CENTER Shoes For The Entire Family The Finest in Shoe Repairing Kernersville North Carolina TUCKER ' S SELF SERVICE COLTRANE GROCERY Produce-Meats- Groceries Quality Meats Phillips 66 Gas Oil Fancy Groceries Phone 2761 Highway 68 East We Deliver Stokesdale North Carolina Kernersville North Carolina FERTILIZER NEEDS None Better Than Armour or Royster See or Call Mrs . J . S . Knight V. P. Wilson Stokesdale North Carolina BILL THOMAS AUTO SALES New and Used Cars - Phones- Bus. 2111 Home 3960 Low Prices - Bank Financing Stokesdale North Carolina STOKES LUMBER CO., INC. Lumber Building Materials House Jobs - Our Specialty- Spend For Your Home First, It’s Your Only Real Security Wm. F, Marshall, Sr., President J. G. H. Mitchell, Vice President Wm. F. 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Green Street Dial 4-1561 Greensboro North Carolina C omplim e nts o f BANK OF MAYODAN Mayodan North Carolina Frigidaire Appliances Phone 793 Mayodan North Carolina PRESTON BROTHER Dealers In General Merchandise, Furniture Philco Crosley Phone 5226 Pine Hall North Carolina AGRICO The Nations Leading Fertilizer Greensboro North Carolina TUTTLES Red and White Super Market Fresh Meats and Vegetables (The Best In Food For Less) Phone 2231 Summerfield North Carolina MADISON MOTOR COMPANY Pontiac Sales and Service Telephone 740 Madison North Carolina Compliments of COOK OFFICE MACHINE CO. Royal Typewriters Victor Adding Machines Greensboro North Carolina MAYODAN JEWELRY COMPANY Diamonds Watches China Crystal Mayodan North Carolina THE MEN ' S SHOP Complete Line of Men’s Clothes Sportswear - Basketball Shoes for Girls Boys Kernersville North Carolina CURTIS CANDY COMPANY PIEDMONT JEWELERS Producers of Fine Foods STONE SETTING - ENGRAVING Baby Ruth - Butterfingers GENERAL REPAIRS W. E. Baily P. O. Box 975 Distributor 2150 Lawndale Drive Phone 4-0305 Stokesdale North Carolina Greensboro North Carolina MOM ' S TRUCK STOP “Home Cookin’ at it’s Best’’ Phone 9966 24 Hours Service Stokesdale North Carolina GARLAND HUTCHINS, INC. F ormerly Redmon Hutchins, Inc. Your GE Dealer Sales And Service For General Electric Appliances Sylvania Motorola T. V. Phone 3271 Kernersville North Carolina For Best Results Use RICHMOND OLD RELIABLE FERTILIZER See Sam W. Lawrence Box 283 Stokesdale North Carolina Sell your tobacco for best prices At SMOTHERS WAREHOUSE Tom, J. M., : Garland Smothers Reidsville North Carolina For Higher Prices CAROLINA WAREHOUSE R . G. Angel S. F. Webster Ralph Chilton Madison North Carolina GRAHAM CHEVROLET, INC. " Formerly A. Clay Smith, Inc. " For Economical Transportation Phone 5011 Kernersville North Carolina PLAZA AMOCO SERVICE Washing-Polishing-Lubrication Complete Amoco Products W. F. Washburg, Prop. Phone 4-8051 1700 Battleground Ave . Greensboro North Carolina MONITOR ROLLER MILLS Flour, Meal, Feed 0. M. Southern, Prop. Phone 2361 Walnut Cove North Carolina BALDWIN-GARRETT COMPANY Farmall Tractors Equipment Parts and Service Greensboro North Carolina MAGIC SHOE SERVICE Phone: 4-8041 2146 Lawndale Drive Greensboro North Carolina KERNERSVILLE DALE F. KELLER DRY CLEANERS Audio-Visual Specialist 404 N. Eugene St. Phone Business - 3-8675 Residence - 3-0526 Kernersville North Carolina Greensboro North Carolina Your Cash Will Buy Wholesale At ALLEN FURNITURE COMPANY SPIRO CAFE Westinghouse -Kelvinator Appliances “The best of everything for the least of money.” Serves Plate Lunches All Kinds Sandwiches And Good Coffee Burlington Road Phone 3-0048 108 N. Main Street Greensboro North Carolina Kernersville North Carolina W. T. FULP Kerosene and Fuel Oil Service Call Us For Delivery Phone 3514 Stokesdale North Carolina SPRINKLE SERVICE STATION Tom Gorsuch’s All Famous Brand Oil 35£ Quart BLISS ' RESTAURANT All Gas Highest Octane “Home of Fine Foods’’ That Can Be Bought 2402 Battleground Ave. On Highway 220 Greensboro North Carolina Greensboro North Carolina Compliments of WRENN ESSO SERVICE CENTER THOMAS Or HOWARD Complete Car Wash Wholesale Grocers Phone 4-0158 1115 Summit Avenue 1801 E. Bessemer Greensboro North Carolina Greensboro North Carolina Sell Tobacco With THE COLEMANS S Or W CLEANERS at the GREENSBORO TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Complete Laundry Service Box: 1473 - Tele . 33975 Phone 4311 Burlington Road Greensboro North Carolina Stokesdale North Carolina Jewelry Watches Diamonds Wedding Graduation Gifts Easy Payment Plan WADE MOORE, JEWELRY Diamonds - Watches Jewelry - Silverware Dial 31079 092A S . Elm St. Greensboro North Carolina Lawn and Garden Supplies PATTERSON SEED COMPANY 1738 Battleground Ave . Pet Shop Fertilizers Pet Supplies Plants-Bulbs Free Parking - Free Delivery Greensboro North Carolina Compliments of A FRIEND MRS. B. G. VERNON ' S GROCERY EVELYN ' S TOTS TEENS Sell your tobacco at NEW BRICK WAREHOUSE Ralph Chilton S. F. Webster - Lloyd Webster Phone 481 Madison North Carolina STOKESDALE GROCERY Feeds and Seeds Phone 3421 Neal and Pegram, Prop. Stokesdale North Carolina Com pH ments of SMITH ' S BARBER SHOP Oak Ridge North Carolina " Milk is Necessary For Proper Diet " GUILFORD DAIRY COOPERATIVE Greensboro North Carolina CEDAR LANE TRAILER PARK AND WINSTON-SALEM TRAILER EXCHANGE City Bus Service Owned and Operated By Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Peddycord Close to Schools And Churches Phone 6960 Modern - Spacious 22 l 2 Acres of Beautiful Oaks Repairs For All Trailers T. C. M. A. And State Board of Health Approved 3420 Greensboro Road East of Town on Route 158, Beyond Flamingo Drive-In .Winston-Salem North Carolina AUTOGRAPHS
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