Stokesdale High School - Memories Yearbook (Stokesdale, NC)

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K Lu I , . ,L V l ' ,J '1 u F ,- --..n?..--. ---- The Senior Class of ST OKESDALE HIGH SCHOOL Stokesdale, North Carolina ' M EMO RI ES 1959 1 E H00Li Sf.. , V -,1 51 Hg 3 - .-..r,1f':u- DEDICATION Parents just the word means the world to us. You have given your time -understanding -p atie noe- ancl love to make our graduation come true. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Angel Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Angel Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Bullins Mr. and Mrs. Harvey S. Case Mr. and Mrs. John Cook Mr. and Mrs. Dale I-I. Dean Mr. and Mrs. Paul O. Fulp Mr. and Mrs. E.E. Harrell Mr. and Mrs. H.l-I. Holland Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Fount Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. james McCuiston Mrs. Gertrude R. Martin Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Matthews Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Neal Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Pearman Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Pope Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Pope Mr. and Mrs. Erastus Powers Mr. and Mrs. FredA. Self Mr. and Mrs. Roy Southard Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Southern Mr. and Mrs. George M. Spinnett Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Vernon Because you are such "dears" we dedicate our 1959 MEM- Mrs. Robert Walker ORIES to you-Mother and Daddy. Mrs. Edna Westmoreland Mr. and Mrs. Glenn White Mrs. Evelyn Williams Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wyrick Mr. and Mrs. Youngblood MRS. HAL PEGRAM -MISS MARY CORPRNING MRS- JEAN GILLEY xx 1 pf 5 M Q JESSE B. JOYCE I jf! gk A 7 A , A" -.v ,A Qu W W ml 3.1121 t Q I N 5 xggg-?,v,,OO MRS. PAUL SOUTHARD MRS. I. O. RICHARDSON MRS. ANNIE P. LEMONS HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY L., , ,-, -., --., .L . A Jwjvj -.rimw w1lwQw.i,w, N Cl 0 ss be m 5 he As the hands of time move ard, 'l'lyl" l' . Wu ,mtv -f tw M, May the memories of the past 1, ever cease, WW twillt' it May they always be dear and protrude upward, l"'QwlI1l l With a mind that will always remain clear. 1 ' I 55' As we travel along the untrodden ways, No matter how hard the job may seegi?,,- ,,,,Mt1su1ww,, ,gill May we, from all we meet, gain theligpraise, 1" W' And may our faces always beam. it "" lil QQ, H Pink Carnation Now that we are beginning a new era, A M With many dreams in our heart, Dreams which were dear, but now are dearew, ' , ,,,, M We realize the Class of '59 must part. LINDA VERNON A Class Poet in rr,f Motto 1 "" "What is worth doing, is worth doing we11" , tl Colors mtv Pink and White Alma Moter In the hearts of Stokesdale students, Flames a love of old, Thou art ever growing clearer, For the blue and gold. li J' I Q ,gm g g 3 'i"'iQQ'! May thine honor, name, and glory 5 Stand the test of time, A' V 5' Trusting ever, doubting never That thou art sublime . CHORUS Hail to thee, our ALMA MATER, Let us pledge anew, QBoysj Let us pledge anew, Faithful, loyal, willing, service, Stokesdale High to you. N Mascots GAIL PARISH RONALD ANGEL R ' ' " "'2' 1' ' 'iw S423 A15 if-t. 4 SENIORS 1: TRACK ,59 I w 'rw ,:f.'-Q.,-fgffcrff' l YQ- ,5 fmt. . ' f f 4, , I W..-L: - f 'Vg ,M ,V ,ij :..:' f , I ff? y .f Lf? X N.: Class Officers 1 V " - I ,i 1 w CCT i i , K I DRlh'A' .V 31 J 'TIN J no Trusts' 7 T! x 6 six F 1' CLARENCE NEAL. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . President DERMOT ROOPE ........ .............. S ecretary BARBARA CASE. . . . . . . .Vice -President PATSY SOUTHERN. . . . . . . .Treasurer I Q f, , , ,..,. -.L.- -, .,..,,,,,,.,,, H,,.Qf,. ,f-,EYE . - . 525 yn-H 2:5133 , 5 Q I - P-: 1, .L ' . , V : L?fg?.'?'5'!l5i":5f'qi ,, X" sms: HWu'?'www"3'EfZ:'Q1111'11'1L"11s5?g?i5iff W A - - . ', t. ww ssggr-W"!,w Y, V , -, ' - 2 -1:1 iw" -V I X, MARILYN ELAINE BULLINS Jef!" few 1 H a s V L CAROL SPLNNETT ANGEL in I , du Q ,1 L ' ' A A N I Z W L- it WANDA Lou ANGEL l L r I 1 x BARBARA JEAN CASE MARY ELIZABETH COOK ,.L... ,jg SENlOR S 'i mms DAVID CRAWFORD DEAN GLENDA MAE FULP f x , . BETTY JANE HARREL1 ' '21aw'Ef MARY LOUISE HOLLAND DANIEL ARTHUR JONES , III l-. A 1 , , 5-P DANIEL MCKINLEY MATTHEWS SENIORS MITCHAEL RUMLY LAWSON JOSEPH BARRY MARTIN A BETTY JOAN MCCUISTON CLARENCE TAYLOR NEAL 3, 2, SENIQRS WEIPZ1- P. LCP! A f. - I f an 'V : . -' , NANCY LEE PEARMAN ? A C' . 5 igiis A ' - ' Q ks FRANKLIN LEE POPE MARTHA ANN POWERS I ARCHIE DERMOT ROOPE EVERLYN DARLENE RUTLEDGE SENIORS AUDRIE IANE SELF k.-,,,. MARY LOUISE SOUTI-IARD i4 i-. PATSY ANN SOUTHERN i. i , 4 11,4 - w -15:54 451' LINDA GERT RUDE VERNON CHARLES DALTON WALKER B.. SENIORS BETTY SUE WESTMORELAND JOHN HENRY WHITE W nga, mam swam ,ww B, nf ss ss . wsgmwgms H E . . , EEE:-.q WHS ms 5' sv' gg " x EQ 'LQ ' s,mgf1mz.mm - , M Qaiffiva ww?" nmggrzg ,., ,, Q , P if ,Q WW, gm W- . .-ax m aw:--1 zu, 41" " www ' xg ..- 47. . m,., , W PAUL GORDON WILLIAMS JOHN WAYNE WYRICK LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT We, the Senior Class of Nineteen Hundred and Fifty-nine of Stokesdale High School, in the County of Guilford, State of North Carolina, being of sound mind and a strong body, having attained ample knowledge to graduate and take upthe toil and hardships of life, do set pen to this document. To Mrs. Pegram, We leave our heartiest thanks for helping us with our yearbook and the problems of our senior year. To Miss Corpening, the Home Economics III students leave their knitting needles and yarn. To Mrs. Gilley, we leave our low grades in office practice and typing. To Mrs. Southard, we leave our geometry books and mixed-up problems. To Mrs. Richardson, we leave our thanks for her understanding and devotion. To Mr. Joyce, we leave the memories of the 1958-59 Seniors. To the grammar grade teachers, we leave our sincere appreciation for guiding us upward onto the road of success. LOUISE HOLLAND leaves her quiet and easy-going ways to Carolyn Thomas. GLENDA PULP leaves all of her boy friends to anyone who can handle them. AUDRIE SELF leaves her superlative as best sport to Lula Mae Pruitt. MARY LOUISE SOUTI-IARD leaves her knitting needles to Libby Hand. JOAN MCCUISTON leaves her superlative as quietest to Pat Flynn. DANIEL MATTHEWS leaves his name with Mrs. in front to Mazie Pruitt. MARTHA POWERS leaves her ability to sew to Geneva Hollins. JOHN WYRICK leaves his ability to draw to Larry Case. DARLENE RUTLEDGE leaves her May Queen title to Lou Edna Perdue. I NANCY LEE PEARMAN leaves her position as captain of the basketball team to Mary Frances Payne. PATSY SOUTHERN leaves her DAR award for citizenship to Mildred Roberts. BARBARA CASE wills her position as co-editor of the school newspaper to anyone who likes hard work. WANDA ANGEL leaves her wise-cracks and jokes to Lettie Mae Holland. MARY COOK leaves her flirty ways to Connie Hawkins. DAVID DEAN leaves his shiny boots to Don James. LEE POPE leaves his girl friends and bus license to Donald Southard. DANNY JONES Wills his superlative as class baby to Leon Tysor. LINDA VERNON leaves her superlative as most courteous to Faye Anthony. SUE WESTMORELAND leaves her pony tail to Carol Goins. ELAINE BULLINS leaves her superlative as laziest to Evon Case . BETTY HARRELL leaves her geometry book to anyone who can stand it. PAUL WILLIAMS leaves his long -lasting bubble gum to Paul G. Knight. CHARLES WALKER leaves his superlative as most athletic to Alvin Murphy. DERMOT ROOPE leaves his wedding band to Henry Moore . BARRY MARTIN leaves his position as President of the Student Council to anyone that deserves it. MITCI-IAEL LAWSON leaves his ability to get into trouble to Burton Thomas. JOHNNY WHITE leaves his smart remarks to Benny Anthony. CLARENCE NEAL leaves his ways to get all those girls to Charles Garrett. CAROL ANGEL leaves her typing grades to Linda Beeson. We hereby appoint our Principal, Mr. Joyce, sole executor of this our Last Will and Testament. In witness thereof, we like Senior Class of 1959, the testatrices have set our last seal, the 27th day of May, one thousand nine hundred and fifty- nlne a ' , BARBARA CASE V Q . LOUISE HOLLAND - , . . 'j 'Tegf-..4. ...lv ----f v- Y .ee 1 f - ,-,Q----..,,,, ..., - -.-- ,pee -.df ---ee-.. -.1 .-.nf V .Y-Q t -. -.,,- . ,,,, ,,.,,,,-,, , . N, EEL llLoufl "Litt1elon" 2' A., 5 I , : i W llmaryll - llDaVylY "Laine" CLAS Graduation Day is drawing near for us seniors of 1959 . Although the hopes and dreams of yesteryear are focused deeply in our minds, we recall many pleasant memories. In 1947 we began our eventful school career. There were so many of us that we were divided into two groups. We were little "angels" with "teacher" Angels-Mrs. Hassel and Mrs. Ashby Angel were our teachers. Naturally the highlight of our first year was the Negro Minstrel we gave at Halloween. Our years in grade school were filled with excitement. We had many te a che rs to guide us. We also gained and lost classmates. There was much enjoyment being in operettas and May Day programs. We advanced step-by-step to the eighth grade. We are grateful to Mrs. Richardson and Mr. R i ckma n for being able to correct our mistakes, and set us on the right path for high school. The year was very exciting. We went to visit our Capital City. Also, eighth grade graduation was held. We shall know again in the near future the wonderful feeling we shared the night we received our eighth grade diplomas. As we entered the doors of high school, a sudden change occured. Some of the boys and girls became m e mbers of the basketball team, while others became members of F .H.A. , Glee Club, and Cheerleaders. "Grownup" was now our tra de mark since we could change classes. Thanks to Mrs. Southard and Mrs. Hamid, our homeroom teachers, we green freshmen soon found our place and settled down to work. . ' nl-'een ' .4....... "Thani:-1" "Lu-Lu" - "Slump' Hspim-Ir" g "Susie" "'Johnnie" ISTORY In our tenth grade we were finally tog ethe r again, with Mrs. Hal Pegram as our homeroom teacher. During thisyear, we were just "Know It All Sophomores" with plenty of work to do. To guide us through the junioryear we had Mrs. Mary Young as our homeroom teach- er. Dermot Roope was our Class Pre si dent. We were excited about the Junior-Senior Ba n que t which was given at the Plantation Supper Club. We had a hafd time making enough money, but we finally made our goal by selling Christmas cards, ma g a zine s, light bulbs, and producing a play, "The Able Miss Cain." We ordered our class rings in October. They arrived in time for Christmas. To our dismay, someone else needed them worse than we did. However, we received them in March. In June many of the juniors along with the Seniors enjoyed a trip to Florida. On S eptemb er 2, the most exciting year of all began. Mrs. Hal Pegram was our ho me room teacher, Clarence Neal was our Class President. We chose a lovely day to sell ads, and we were- very successful, too. Getting the "Memories" read forthe press, the class play, May Day-andgraduation- yes, all of this took our time. But it was well spent, for in twelve ye a rs, we really "Monk" learned many things. Hpatn ELAINE BULLINS ..-Q 1 MARY LOUISE SOUTHARD I -if I " l f be . .f . an W V T! A ' "Lee" "Darling" 'vgetv' H N 'tv , s A g, ' I ' '7 L-'25 ,Y "Janie ". Q 'fa' w r i I '6 i W U 0 CLASS PROPHECY As I see my classmates today, January 8, 1974, there has been many changes in them as I knew them in January 8, 1959. Perhaps our mascots, Gail and Ronald, would be interested in reading some of our changes. Since fifteen years have gone by, we should see some rather interesting things. I SUE WESTMORELAND is now the head nurse at Baptist Hospital in New York City. PAUL WILLIAMS, who always had his bets on the Milwaukee Braves, is the pitcher for the New York Yankees. MARY COOK is working as a foreign missionary in the jungles of Africa, teaching the natives. Don is right by her side. JOHNNY WHITE is very busy helping support Sue' and their five little Whites. GLENDA FULP, with her sexy looks, is in Hollywood replacing Marilyn Monroe. DANNY JONES and his wife Carolyn are busy teaching their ten children the business of running their eight Red and White Supermarkets. LINDA VERNON, being so intelligent in school, is now teaching Spanish in a New York college. 1 JOHN WYRICK, who always "eyed" the girls, is now judging beauty contests. Those in bathing suits are especially in- teresting to him. WANDA ANGEL seems to be handling "hubby" Dale and their six little Cockmans better every day. ' MITCHELL LAWSON has taken Curtis Turner's position in stock car racing, while his wife, Evon, stays scared stiff. DARLENE RUTLEDGE has become a private secretary for a very large company called John Banner Williams, Incorpo- rated. She is very happy with her work. Q CLARENCE NEAL, the lover of olden days, is still a single man, but he has replaced Rock Hudson in Hollywood. MARTHA POWERS, having the ability to sew, has enough money to retire . CAROL ANGEL, who was such a devil in school, is now raising little Angels. LEE POPE owns a Used Car lot with one of his Kernersville girl friends as his secretary. BETTY HARRELL spends her time at the drag strip racing her Chevrolet. That efficient journalist you hear so much about from Chicago is NANCY LEE PEARMAN. DERMOT ROOPE is now in Reno, Nevada, getting a divorce. He said that marriage was too much for him. The biggest surprise of all is finding out that AUDRIE SELF is the most famous lady wrestler of the year. MARY LOUISE SOUTHARD, now Mrs. Gann, is happy raising a family. You can find DAVID DEAN Working on his hot rod. He has two bodyguards to protect him from the- girls. JOAN MCCUISTON fooled us all. She is the biggest oil Well owner in Texas. The little neat white house you see in Walkertown belongs to LOUISE HOLLAND . She is happily married to Willia m Larrimore. I I CHARLES WALKER is one of the most successful farmers in the United States. He earns eight million dollars a year. PATSY SOUTHERN is helping Larry work on his Chevrolet, if she isn't busy baby-sitting . ELAINE BULLINS, being elected laziest of our group, sits at home doing nothing while O.W. is out working. BARRY MARTIN is happily married to his Zsa Zsa Gabor. BARBARA CASE, now Mrs. Marshall, is a very good secretary. - DANIEL MATTHEWS is still in school studying United States history. Do you believe that in fifteen years that this will come true? Only time will tell! DARLENE RUTLEDGE CHARLES WALKER lim WITTIEST Nancy Lee Pearman and Paul Williams HAPPIEST Maxy Cook and Paul Williams MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Barbara Case and Danny jones SUPERLATIVES MOST ATTRACTIVE Glenda Fulp and Barry Martin - an-.6 4' u-qg' '11 A , CLASS BABIES Sue Westmoreland and Danny jones MOST POPULAR Darlene Rutledge and Clarence Neal SENIO FLIRTIEST Mary Cook and Johnnie White gf QUIETEST joan McCuiston and Daniel Matthews Ll vl . ' Q ' MOST TALENTED Linda Vernon and Clarence Neal LAZIEST Elaine Bullins and Daniel Matthews Nancy Lee Pearman and Charles Walker MOST ATHLETIC MOST INTELLECTUAL Patsy Southern and Danny Jones .5 'P .af if Al Y .-:A-.5313 A , , , of-rg BEST SPORTS MOST COURTEOUS Audrie Self and David Dean Linda Vernon and Dermot Roope SUPERLATIVES FRIENDLIEST 5 Linda Vernon and Paul Williams BEST ALL AROUND Patsy Southern and Barry Martin UNDERCLASSMEN X N 162 Junior Clciss Officers T NW LIBBY HAND Pre side nt LEON TYSOR Vice -President CONNIE HAWKINS S ecre tary EV ON CA SE T rea surer Sophomore Closs Officers NANCY SLAYDON President JIMMY NEAL Vice -President ELAINE PEGRAM Secretary N ANDRENA OWENS Treasurer Freshman Closs Officers r ,, ,Q JUDY PEGRAM President BOBBY CI-IILDRESS Vice -President JIMNIY TUTTLE Secretary and Treasurer JUNIOR CLASS EVON CASE MACK CRAIG PATRICIA FLYNN CHARLES GARRETT LIBBY HAND CONN IE I-IAWKINS LETTIE MAE HOLLAND GENEVA HOLLINS DON JAMES FAYE LAWSON HENRY MOORE MARY FRANCES PAYNE CLYDE PERDUE LULA MAE PRUITT LEON TYSOR BURTON THOMAS KAY ANGEL ROBERT BOHANNON PEGGY BULLINS THOMAS BUSH RONNIE COMBS MARY ANN COMBS BARBARA COMBS SIDNEY FAGG 'LEW IS GARNER LUTHER GRAVITTE BETTY Lou HAND DONNIE 1-ucxs RUTH HOLLAND CLAY HUDSON PAUL KNIGHT, JR. SAM LAWRENCE NOEL LAWRENCE JANE LEMONS W. D. LOVETTE PEGGY MCCUISTON CAROLYN SUE MCGEE PEGGY NELSON ANDRENA OWENS DAVID PEGRAM ELAINE PEGRAM HOWARD PEGRAM LOU EDNA PERDUE MARY LEE PLUMMER MAZLE PRUITT WALTER REID SOPHOMORE CLASS 356' , 55..- V 'SR fi -,W "sa 1-ef. A 1 1 434 141. 1 A' i A 22.-figs L tm ,is 1? v. ' I i f-ff , 1 V, ' 1,2 ' ,V ,4, I n 'R 5 " . L y- . 1 I! A 1 -, l lf? Ss' 12" 'wks G' ig ,EE ,pv- 'irrgr L-1. T17 41 I , 1 Q 'Ei' il., ,LQ x Wt:-'v " L. QS Af--.,.,, sr E, L -3 gm ' vm' A-, L . i V Nv- 'fer' ' 0- 1 SOPHOMORE CLASS 'GPO' A E, PM R OPAL SHERRON EVELYN SHELTON NANCY SLAYDON RACHEL VANHOY JIMMY VAUCHN PATRICIA WooD JCE BEN WILLIAMS I A ,fy Bm' ,M IAIIIWEE SMH .2 , , I I P EE -mg SHE QE LUTHER YORK J, J 3 g Q- HERMAN CLARK I- Ia' ' SHIRLEY FOULKS A.. I, + .,. 1 A I qk:,,.-J WILLIAM CAULDIN 'C ,I '-:"fr' ' 3 V- WAYNE HAMM A 3 3 : - x II- 1 'fl A Y, ,- f"II K DIANE HAWKINS JAMES HOBBS JUDY MATTHEWS ALVIN MURPHY JERRY PARKER FRESHMAN CLASS ,IQ I II BRENDA PLASTER f I 'I I E 'I NANCY PLASTER I if 'Sami , ,- , in A pf, fm MILDRED ROBERTS , LL L G, A. Q- LINDA ROBERTSON , I1 "B f E, WILLY SHOUCH ' V ' 7 1' x LL BILLY THOMAS R U A ya I HILTON TUCKER 33, I 1-A - I "I DONNIE VANCE Q,-L, Y , QQ I L, :Q THOMAS WALSH GG -ff 1 R 1 LINDA BENNETT . A f U I , R I I Q ' ff' -IIIA A xx I QL A . LARRYCASE BOBBY CHILDRESS JEAN CHILDRESS SUE HUDSON CAROL COINS -R.. , .A , . ,W I Ai, Q.. GERALD LEMONS CONNIE MCCRORIE lf Dk ' JUDY ORRELL 'E LINDA PEARMAN PEGGY PAYNE 77' 3 , L. Q. .viii I W W I , v - Ffiw. -x"f:'-1'i,Nx ' JUDY PEGRAM RAY POPE ' DIANE PRESTON ' LAVINA RUTLEDGE I U ' Q34 f W L F I 'UM HAROLD POWERS .1 A. DONALD SOUTHARD WESLEY SOUTHERN CAROLYN THOMAS LINDA TURNER " JIMMY TUTTLE ' I" sv, Nu-.,. -5 1 -C .W"'S" Q. Y 'N IS" Yr- Riifmvlx R RR M ' R 1 B' E --LAL ' ,,-fx " fl V Al.. '.'5-.' - ,,,: . , L 2 'T " ,W 5 Q. SL L QT? Que ! 1 'uv m iq. -.- r. l , -Q A K' Q li.- II -., ,. .A V W-if 'I Nr'-" .JE ' 2.1 a. j Q.. If Q- ,nfs 'V ' 'af' ,l I-'A ' I--1 VQLLEL I I L 3 in :J ' 'W ,X 'l 8315:-Q ' - , V Rin! ELEC LS B? ,Q in Mn. rf- ACTIVITIES S NANCY LEE PEA RMAN Editor -in -Chief PATSY SOUTHERN Assistant Editor 1959 MEMORIES STAFF MRS . LUCILLE PEGRAM Advisor BARRY MARTIN Business Manager DANNY JONES Secretary DERMOT ROOPE Assistant Business Manager SUE WESTMORELAND GLENDA FULP Sports Editor Activity Editor LINDA VERNON JOHN WYRICK Art Editor Art Editor Y.s:.., BETA CLUB PATSY SOUTHERN President BARBARA CASE Vice -President LINDA VERNON Secretary -Treasurer MRS . SOUTI-IARD Advisor Q lg E -V rj-arm-N' P is .ski .jx ,:,,. im STUDENT COUNCIL BARRY MARTIN President LINDA BEESON Vice -President LINDA BENNETT Secretary -Treasurer MRS. RICHARDSON MRS . and PEGRAM Advisors A . qi F? LTL?--'IA if 574 46"'I'9Qju'AT ,s'L?j:l1p,'i3L.. Lal-hi 4 's -dL. fy ii X? I if gy -4 'Ji X ' Sri' + Q 41, -45 fi .V S T 1 , T. -G FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA - Q Y , ' f ' , Y , LINDA VERNON ........................... President LETTIE MAE HOLLAND ............... Parliamentarian LINDA BEESON ...... . . . lst. Vice - President CONNIE HAWKINS and JANE LEMMONS ...... Historians PATSY SOUTHERN ....... . . . Znd. Vice -President ANDRENA OWENS ......................... Reporter LIBBY HAND ................ .... .... S e cretary MAZIE PRUITT ............ . . . Song Leader MARY LOUISE SOUTHARD. . . . . .Treasurer ' MISS MARY CORPENING .... ..... A dvisor FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA DARLENE RUTLEDGE ,,,,,,,,,,,., , . , ....... President GENEVA HOLLINS ........... . . . . Secretaiy -Treasurer CONNIE HAWKINS. . . . - - - Vice-President NANCY SLAYDON . . . ......... Reporter BUS DRIVERS it " 'K k A , ,. -li as Uniqu--Q f Charles Walker, Clarence Neal, Lee Pope, Leon Tysor, Burton Thomas. NEWSPAPER STAFF i t all Co-Editors, Nancy Lee Pearman and Barbara Case, Editorial Writer, Patsy Southern, Business Manager, Sue Westmorelandg Sports Editors, Ealine Bullins and Clarence Neal, Society Editor, Linda Vernon, Art Editors, Linda Vernon and John Wyrickg Circulation Manager, Betty Lou Hand3 Reporters, Wanda Angelg Carol Angle, Patricia Flynn, Benny Anthony, Peggy Bullinsg A Barbara Combs, Wesley Southern, and Judy Pegramg Advisor, Mrs. Gilley. LIBRARY CLUB me N "W Y A " 7 F ' 'il-5 ' 'f' vi' ' TQ, ' 4.34 -M1-'Y ., v , ,s . ' 1 w- ,N E - ' ' "el J -'- ' 1 L' -, N, . W .af ww swwgi w H :iw M - M 1, get , me 1 f - , - 11. In -P fl , H1 E25 "gif - 1 fgju' . " 5 ' . iuxieih :iii 'Q "' um ' V, , , E ,, ' ' ' " 'E ' .j 517, I in :ji , , L ,V ,. ??Q ,- 'ix E J ' ga - ' V' 559.75 , 55' ' ' V , 5 .A 'f - - r Y -' ' President, Barbara Caseg Vice-President, Nancy Lee Pearmang Secretary -Treasurer, john Wyrickg Reporterg Elaine Pegramg Advisor, Mrs. Lemons. GLEE CLUB First Row: Foulkss Handg Pruittg Wood5F1ynng Rutledgeg Angelg Slaydong Combsg Bennettg Beesong Vernong Thomas, Bullinsg I-Iand5Ange13 Cookgl-Io11ins5McCuiston. Second Row: Orre115Roberts5Payneg Pearrnan5McCrorie5 Prestong Pegramg Childressg Turnerg Robertsong Goinsg Hudsong Plasterg Pruittg Owensg Matthewsg Hollandg Sheltong Hawking Plasterg Hawkinsg Lemonsg Pegramg McGee. MCNOGRAM CLUB 1 President, Charles Walkerg Vice -Presidentg Clarence Nealg Secretary, Nancy Lee Pearmang Treasurer, Evon Case MARSHALS PATSY SOUTHERN Chief LINDA VERNON BARBARA CASE x ,,,f'EV, M 4. . J Ae.4 A , Q T 1 - .K G A M y xx ' A - Y . .. - ' , E I .1 5 A :V ,fbi -fri :Q 1 I ' I VI ' r 4.11 MAH! I r H ',jj Y ' N S?" .,,.,-,.. -if - any M M .fl rg 1 4-D mm X MAY QUEEN AND KI DARLENE RUTiEDGE1and CLARENCE NEAL Mold of Honor ELAINE BULLINS Moy Doy Attendants Glenda Pulp and Barry Martin Twelfth Grade Patricia Flynn and Bermy Anthony Eleventh Grade Linda Bennett and jimmy Tuttle Ninth Grade Peggy Bullins and Luther Gravitt Tenth Grade iegiggiigg: W . :tx vw. it .?-,J I L Q -'QE K . PATSY SOUTHERN MISS STOKESDALE ' DARLENE RUTLEDGE -A .. Wag., , L. an ...ffgwg ,Q 1 . N 1 ,,'bii'zA-Stiff 1 fy WT 'f'3'i:fff'3:551 " HARVEST KING AND QUEEN JOE BEN WILLIAMS LOU EDNA PERDUE J H ii H 'L F:-E-'.lf-. ff- 73:35 ' -nur 3' -, --'cn ' 1' ' ,"-.."' 'P Q . '. rj-'JH' ,QQ I 5 . .,, as 3: 'r j A cl 'E' 'fl in 'N ' 1' 'the 1 va X, It w +L - Ti., xy W.. N 1143 .- ATHLETICS Z X Ll. .1.'ff,i:,v: GIRLS' BASKETBALL Left to Right: Hudson, Cook, Flynn, Hawkins, Coach Lancaster, Owens, Rutledge, Preston, Robertson, Case, Slaydon Not Pictured: L. Pearmran, Thomas, Hollins, N. Pearman. J DATE SCHOOL january 13 Mont1ce1lo . f ' 7 16 Nathaniel Greene A fy ' ,P 5 20 Pleasant Garden K xr dia! 2 'A ' ' , ,Vg-,ffl 23 Walnut Cove EL 27 Summerfield I 'fi SM 30 Alamance I X V " 31 P Bethany ' fe' 3, February 6 Allen jay H U 3 ' ' .f 9 Nathaniel Greene L 'Ti ""' 10 Walnut Cove . .. , ' 13 McLeansvi1le Q K " ', ' ' - vm H" , ' G NANCY .LEE PEARMAN Captain Bovs' BASKETBALL I ,hi DATE SCHOOL - s Eh alexa january 13 Monticello 16 Nathaniel Greene . 20 Pleasant Garden 'wry 23 Walnut Cove 2.7 Summerfield A, 30 Alamance A 31 Bethany Q, X .Q February 6 Allen Jay - ' 9 Nathaniel Greene 'li s 10 Walnut cove 13 McLeansville OSCAR CHILDRESS Left to Right: Southern, Childress, Neal, York, Coach Lancaster, Lovette, Lemmons, Tucker, Vance. Kneeling: White, Walker, Co-Captains. W L GRADES X 4 ,X TRACK OF 7' ff OMORROW .,,.. X .gsfzf 'lAJ1.5 Q f KEFM. w 1 I V , f : jx' ,. . , ,, X, Q92 'ji -' 'vi' ELEMENTARY FACULTY mg' -E Ng , 1, KR, ,l.,,,,-.,,,.. , Q an f Q A xx . xi ll wifi? l .1 ' lf' fi PE f X xl N 1. Q . , . - 9 .., , -gf 1 Q ' ' if 'u 'S' 1 ' 31 ' 'J U l, 90.55-'llflllq " ,lhf 'zhlllf fziif. , ,W V V Y Fmmghlf 1 in P l i P :I 1 V sh' Q - ' 4" .:. fi Y, L Q- Y V 1 1 W L :V , It xv- bk .M , .. 1 'if Q?-Y' '-if A ' - -M - 'S yi, V .f ' ' I, 1 P . I , X V g , .. ,Q-A U , Fil N ,+P 1' ' - . W 1 . q' B- AY Ll Q' N ww - W 'QF , Tvvk ui, M. l Eighth Grade ,.1, 1 S- . irst Row: Angel, Carter, Cook, Craig, Dean, Dolarhite, Fagg, Gann, Hand. Second Row: Hawkins, Hicks, Holland, ooker, Hollins, Joyce, Knight, Lawrence, Lovette. Third Row: Malloy, McBride, Moorefield, Parrish, Pegram Pegram, Pegram, Perdue, Privette. Fourth Row: Pope, Richardson, Southern, Slate, Steele 1 " 5, M f gf? 3' if-. ' .-ei fi- -'13 A X r . l -f,:' 1 Y Y, l It V 5. x , '- 1' X -, ,fx 'X ' . 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'V if' 'nn .t, f x elf Q ly J 4' ,I A -J Qasggg il I.-EVYX : A ' A , fits-3' P -'- -': I Qtr -' 1 I V .. . wr .,.-Y lair? ,rt 'F' Q x , , As . I li L ew 5 2 ' rrnt y 1 . L br- . ., ,F x E i M, ' , x. . ssl :L 22, iiu ,t - E- ,- ff' . ,, , A A sz, ,X W, Yr' . Q L tiff' , S ii , 'Q iff - K w 7. Nw Y, Q N Sixth and Seventh Grades First Row: Apple, Bohanon, Browning, Eller, Ellison, Hawks, Holt, james, James. Second Row: Lashley, Lawrence, Lemons, McCrorie, Moore, Pegram, Pegram, Pegram, Pegram. Third Row: Perdue, Plaster, Reid, Smith, Southard, Tilley, Tysor, Vaughn, Vaughn. Fourth Row: Walsh, Williams, Williams. M1 1 ,P 4 X L- 9 gn 'Xt 51 5 L ffl lx l t. T' , A ., 4 KV., ev- Vx:- ,K F Y i Y.. , , N tx , ' N' W 1 it Q 'r' f ' , W 1 H ,mf 1 , - I L 4' ' fret , , - ' NA- ' 4' ' . , A A' . 25 F. jlf' . fu Al.'i1 V l ' V ' Y YM is fb ? Y . - rd fifth L - . l Sixth Gro de - N First Row: Adams, Gann, Gauldin, Gravitte, Ham, Hodgins, Holland, Hollins, Holt. Second Row: Hudson, James, v Marshall, Middleton, Payne, Pegram, Preston, Richardson, Shelton. Third Row: Simpson, Southern, Southern, Thomas, Tilley, Tucker, Tucker, Turner, Vance. Fourth Row: Vanhoy, Wray, York. I . ,iff PM I' 'l4f"F" Y P' Q H A ' M ' Y V' P, V V 22, - tg", ':e.- w , - - -' I , - 5 ,,, V Q , , , V , E , Z- , .Q , , V , -- 9 ,TJ V 3 'Q ' ' F ,Q A ' 5. i f 'ff ig -f Y. 'ea : 17 A, j BJ 1319 ,a-I " ' , A. L., L-N t ' , A A fl if , ,Q wi-,w , Y. rs?-A , If T ' 1"J.'A V Q-Vg: . 'V Eff' - X " re35'rf"W L ' ' Sufi eww, ree - ,wrt F V -rl x'f- - . its-1 -in w 1. f N- J 4- 1 Y 1 f' ,, K e ' aft' ff '., ff?.,'x'lN tt. Q xg A ' , ig . N-9156. , - du. A , 1 1 r iw fx ith E ri 5' ai. i "W L 'I 1. 1T'FTF777"'T or fri? ' ' ' r T'T'1 A ' ' or " F r ' ' - 'gi t' 'if ' ,Q E 'Qi ., ' - l il-g'1g',:1'is' 'X . .,:.' 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Second Row: Gaulding, Hicks, H First ow: nge , , g , , , Hicks, Holland, Hooker, Kennedy, Malloy, Perdue. Third Row: Pope, Richardson, Sechrest, Sharron, Southern, Stone, Tilley, Tilley, Tysor. Fourth Row: Vaughn, Vernon, Williams. icks , .V ,.. V we 4 . fi'l ' Htl 'rl or -nwgnffffgifl i D r fl' f J lr M 'S' F' ,W 5 EL? X V i A1 , v, .. .143-Q-S . X 1 3: E ' V A 5 ,fi ,le-'L ' V L ,gk M . 'xy W ' ig., , Y it J .ggi A. it V- H45 - 1 r 12.1 ., lvl? T S. 4. 'T -' ir '- I - 7 Y . N, I 5 le - F S S or F V P , Q it 3" S- ' sf' fb-, -' f " '5Y:i'- Milgif "- A 'p -' Y l" 71 .' ' - - , 5- L. ' - B4 if ' - vi 1 . "F tl - il A f-1 f' . Q' f',, F- 'f' ' ' tin-. fi., :film ' . 'N .lx . i 'f I '- V' L- . F 1 ' 3"-521-371' 'lil 'Pill' fri X, 'Z ' , ' Qlilxi' QT' f i ll.iVV'z U hili lil it ' ' 'Y V. H X 'E11f"ff' 1f'f 'I V, 2 T Ii F ,. M H it P Ln, ' F r . -, . F P ,F F , Y , - M , .MV , ,L -' H, r . 3.1 t t , tr rw. jf. ' - 5- A , ry. . xi. . ,M T g .1 + 9 ,. ' 't i 3 'f i A ,, -' is ,f ' 41 1 il 'I ' ' t S N'-c ,gli K.. ' ' - , i iii' li 1"li'f- Fourth and Fifth Grades First Row: Angel, Combs, Coker, Friddle, Fulp, Gann, Gourley, Lawrence, Lemmons.Second Row: Moenkhaus, Pearman, Pegram, Pegram, Perdue, Plaster, Plummer, Priddy, Privette. Third Row: Robinson, Sharon, Smith, Southard, Southard, Southern, Stevens, Vaughn, Williams. -4:... L Y Y hx ,-, , , l i 1 l N ' Y V , V Y N I W , A H N-,mv P . 5 ,R Sl ' V3Yg:aT-41 j , IL. ,-,QQ V M A , ' ' 3 "' L ' I , j , ei. ' A 'D 'T A -J 'Z i' 'I' , . v- J 4-4 ' ,"N 'lv . it av.. ew K.. it A fr.:-.X ' ei or 'T E-fl R' -.1-so W W' 'T' 4 - . -se - 'Q-' fr l,- ' ', - -H 4, fix- ,t . ' 1 'Ur Y f, , . . 'r --tg x ' W A" '- ' ' " ' 'Q V- 'QW ,.- l ' ff' Q" . " is 3 255, X V' vw' vf W4 -R 'V' Stix I ' ' ,. . is Play' - 1 f v 1 - F ir 1 'Y' ,J fl ,QSLYA . . :g. Kxxgy . ll . 1 A. ,, :AZN ,Ik Q ' Q V F: V - 'Q 2 - n-Q -fs ,ff-we 8,15 .Q -S, Q, ts- 'A lrg, - , Q.. . In-, , , K. - h, i -I' : its ' 'W' F' ,' - Gr. .Q , , , I , , , L K. ,Q I x- W ig , - , A ,Y , ggi . lm 's f V :jf X H X M Q X , 'Q , 0,-,I P ffligfi A M J i 1 Q ' .-.-- S i I will i' 7 Ear' x lk ' ' N ,l REQ' Y 1 , , , ---- - H 1 Y . - w ,nl X, , mf - H . 4, ,sg , -me 4 A' , if " i V lf' 4 if ' HY: it .,A , ., ,V - i- ',- - 3 ' -..: ' ff-. v f Q rf -L. lllni',, Fourth Grode First Row: Adcock, Briggs, Brooks, Cook, Dollarhite, Gann, Hamm, Hawks, Hooker. Second Row: james, Mabe, McGee, McGee, Middleton, Moore, Moore, Owens, Pegrarn. Third Row: Pegram, Plaster, Preston, Preston, Shelton, I Shelton, Shough, Southern, Tilley. Fourth Row: Walker, Williams, Wilson, York. n , g g ,km i V , 4f,s,,, V .A 1 t 'iw' f lue t 'S l ' , ,, . - 1. r , aes: r AL B' f -. 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Fourth Row: Tucker, H. Williams, L. Wrlllams, Wray, York v 1 'A 4 ' ' V V v. V .-in I , i . ' ff c f-we, r I I tilye. I 924: ' 6.-, IP- III? I I va- I I -J I .Il Y , ' ,5 'I .' ,L '-- ,-1 , 74... I. ,sf It .. '. U W 4' , P pq- ' . A ., -1 3- 1 , - ' r ,.. ,1 - , ,.. , , . . ,. . I . , Igji I ,' ' '-2' " ' F,.f'-"' - Q. -. V A-I 5. ' 1 . L5 ' "Q 4 sift' I W xg.-3 II-Ifiix i,...'.,,- I, ,III I . 3' I , I H 34 W lg algae' A 'n 1. F Y lr j - e 1 . 6 A, '- -1 A A C- V ' ' ' Y' 'W I , . A ' 'B ,Ng A scream I Ii E1 I I an A T"A!F1 gs ., .1--,:IIfs':.,fN, I I N I I I ' - I'qIf. ,r-QI I " 1' I. Iv, fa ' .1 Aj I II - ', ' if 3 ,a III, . I 1- II, I- I I l, -5 II 6' l . H. q I ' v c... . A.. L '-W' A .a. 1 u ka ', ,QQ ' L21 ,.,' -.. ,lp -- 34 T ' " ' 1: 1 itil' M' g ' Q", ' , , A "- ' I . wg- , V 1 ' X X " K Q' I a I C. Ii" ' A ,I,I1fI,g III, Ifvilxvxf ' N :. 4 wBx.X ' Q-Q25 9' Hi fx f ' 5- , ' -75-'fir ' 'Cray ll. f' . ' f -, -, " NR, .ff -.4 -, "DrQ'1iff 'af ' .'.'13+E 15331. it K L 1141.5 .'54fv,:,i.rri2ll2xi-.iw i 1 N , ,,r,,, . MVQQ Q W rr ' . H r" wr' 1- 1 - 1 ' -1 ' -SI IJEM. W First ond Second Grades First Row: Beeson Berry, Burkhead, Fulp, Hamm, Holbrook, D. Jones, M. Jones, N. Jones. Second Row: Neal, ' d 3 Marshal, Martin, Moore, Pearman, Pegram, Riggs, Shelton, I. Southaxd. Th1rd Row: K. Southard, R. Southar , C ' ' ' ' A W'l Wilson. -Fourth Row: M. Wilson, Vernon. Southern, Southern, Stevens, Tilley, Williams, . 1 son, 1, I e me -I ri M ix " A -' .4 I I a """f ,1 'I , " 'lf ,-- 'I ,L "jf a ' f, we - M E. 5-,I ' 5. I '. ' Sf' 1--- - - 4. L- - A 1 is I I I .5 'I We 1 'I I i Q I L I I -'ffm R IIII :II e ? l I U J A 5 ' fm I -' I ,E"1,"e, 5 5 -J I .. , 23- sf ig 25 3, an if ,A 'ki ' -1 ' bk-'-'-'-lIlIlllIf.7ll1 . V: A Nlvrx .fillet . ' IIIIIIIIII I ,jew ie a, as he . ,fx I ,A -Q ,Q ' 'I' " 4 " 'Q ffl Q. 'N ' -, i - .ss fa ' ' f r . ' ' J ,fi i 1' gy. I N N ' s llrlilif li' this Ilsz-if ft 1-I It 1 gi, 'ff N-f I 'W efflbll an I , SI . First Grade First Row: Bailey, Brooks, Freeman, Fulp, Gamer, Gauldin, Goins, Hamm, Hawks. Second Row: Hollanc1,,I-Iooker, Joyner, Knight, Lawrence, Marshall Martin, Moore, Pearman. Third Row: Pegram I Pe ra S P , , . g m, . egram, Plummer, Pope, Reid, Shough, Southern, Thompson. Fourth Row: Turner, Tuttle, Vanhoy, A. Vaughn, W. Vaughn, Williams . Custodian MR. BUD REID F I L I I I 3 .I I II -Q I iII iz, il I I ,il an ,I III I wits, fa- ff Lunchroom Workers Manager, Ruby jones. Assistants, Minnie Threadgill and Susie Hill. QNot Picturedj. ee- ,.,,,. . nag, '52 ' DVERTISEMENTS 7,940 ff E . 'uw - hw" ' -fwmzxzian-ww:-lm-:Ar-.-u--ww-na un-,. VESTAL'S FLOWER SHOP Summit Shopping Center 4 blocks from Cone Hospital 948 Summit Avenue Greensboro, North Carolina SCRUGGS FLORIST The Friendly Florist "Your smallest order gets our personal attention" Phone Office BR 3-8230 Home BR 2-383i Greensboro, North Carolina "Milk is Necessary For Proper Diet" GUILFORD DAIRY Locally owned by Dairy Farmers M I L K and I C E CRE AM Greensboro, North Carolina Tires Recapped PATTERSON TIRE RECAPPING Workmanship and Materials Guaranteed New and Used Tires For Sale Phone Day MI 3-4540 Night BR 4-5086 Summerfield, North Carolina IRVING PARK CURB MARKET i750 Battleground Avenue Greensboro, North Carolina Full Line of Fancy Groceries Open 7 Days A Week From 7:00 A.M. Till 12:00 P.M. Sell with The COLEIVIAN'S at The New Greensboro Tob. Whse. Greensboro, North Carolina M. V. WINFREE 8. SONS ESSO Kerosene Fuel Oil Gqgoline Motor Phone Ml 3-4221 Summerfield, N.C. CRUTCHF l ELD-B ROVVN l NG DRUG Prompt Delivery Service Phone BR 4-6308 Store No. 2 BRENNER 81 FIELDS Plumbing and Heoting Contract 2166 Lcwndale Drive Greensboro, North Corolino Greensboro, North Ccurolino ,Umm SU PER MARKET BALDWIN-GARRETT COMPANY Fclrmoll Tractors, McCormick Equip. Ml 3'423l Water Systems Choin Saws Summerfield, North Carolina Service - pon-5 G"'0CefleSf MGUTS Und Seeds Greensboro, North Carolina GREENSBORO COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. Compliments of BANK OF MADISON Member of F.D.i.c:. Madison, North Carolina For Higher Prices CAROLINA WAREHOUSE Lee McCollum S. F. Webster Ralph Chilton Lloyd Webster Madison, North Carolina "MERRYMAID" oundations - Lingerie and "GEM DANDY" Men's Belts - Braces - Garters - Ties Manufactured by GEM - DANDY, INC. Ladies F Compliments of LEE'S SELF SERVICE Madison, North Carolina Madison, North Carolina PENN'S RESTAURANT 8: TRUCK STOP Gasoline GULF Diesel Fuel Discount to Truckers A Ample Parking Space Steak - Chicken - Seafood Phone 6219 Pit-Cooked Barbecue - Sandwiches Madison North Carolina Open 24 Hours - Phone 9984 ' Road Service Highway 220 Madison, N. C. NlAYOD AN JEWELRY K sake -Columbia Diamonds eep nd Ham: lton Watches Bulova, Elgin, a China and Crystal Phone 9290 Mayodan , North Carolina LAWSON FURNITURE. CO e Furnishings Complete Hom Free Decorating Service Phone 815 th Carolina Mayodan , Nor Compliments of BLUE BELL, INC. The World's Best Cowboys Wear Wrangler Western Jeans, Jackets, Shirts Greensboro, North Carolina NORTH STATE MILLING COMPANY Manufacturers of Daily Bread Distributors of Nutrena Feed Telephone BR 5-T355 Joy Brand Corn Meal Security Dog Foods Greensboro, North Carol ina SMlTH'S DRUG STORE Compliments of VAUGHN'S J-fi Smith, Reg. Ph. DEPARTMENT STORE Phone MI 3-3331 M, 3-4538 Stokesdale, North Carolina Sfokesdole, Norm Carolina Nl0SELEY SERVICE STATION Esso Gas and Oil Tires cxncl Tubes Phone Ml 3-9902 Stokesdale, North Carolina Gulf Gas Mechanica WILLIAM'S GARAGE Phone Ml 3-3735 Stokesdale, North Carolina Complete Laundry Service STOKE SDALE CLEANERS Phone Ml 3-42ll Stokesclale, North Carolina Compliments of NlAXINE'S BEAUTY SHOP Phone MI 3-4403 Stokesclale, North Carolina . WlLLlANl'S COm""me"'S of SEALTEST DAIRY BAR STOKESDALE BARBERSHOP Delicious Foods Super-Thick Milkshakes Bill Pegg, Manager "The Best Place In Town To Eat' Stokesclale, North Carolina ' Madison, North Carolina STOKESDALE COMMERCIAL BANK 50 Years of Banking Service T908 - T958 ' Stokesclale, North Carol.ina lWo BROOKE - VANHOY FUNERAL HOME Phone MI 3-3711 Zeb V. Vonhoy Edward L. Brooke LADIES!!! If your hair isn't becoming to you you should be coming to us ot YVONNE'S BEAUTY SALON Elom Avenue BR 5-5585 Greensboro, North Corolino PRESTON 8: BROTHER Dealers in Stokesdole, North Corolino A Genervl Merchandise Furniture Phone 5226 Pine Hall, North Carolina STOKESDALE GROCERY Feeds and Seeds Neal ond Pegrom, Prop. Phone 3421 Stokesdcle, North Cczrolino W. T. FULP KEROSENE 5 FuEL OIL SERVICE "Coll us for Delivery" Phone MI 3-3514 Stokesdcile, North Carolina STOKESDALE HARDWARE Building Materials and Dry Goods Phone MI 3-3411 Stokesdole, North Carolina Curb Service Dining Room Service HOT sHoPPEs, INC. IIOO Summit Avenue Greensboro, North Carolina Best of Wishes for your Continued Success "Let's all meet at the Hot Shoppe" Take-Out Service Phone BR 5-95-:SI Counfer Se,-vice Phone BR 3-6958 P. O. Box 2579 PEGRAM-WEST, INC. off South Elm Street Greensboro, North Carolina Lumber Westinghouse Architechural Millwork Building Supplies Appliances M. D. Moser Joe Allred Bob Brooks E. N. Harvell COBLE SPORTING GOODS "Everything for the Sportsman" Greensboro, North Carolina Compliments of PAR KER'S CAFE MI 3-9944 Stokesdale, North Carolina J. E. GOOLSEY Nationwide Insurance Co. Life - Casualty - Fire Phone MI 3-4336 Stokesdale, North Carolina Compliments of BLACKBURN INSURANCE SERVICE A. D. Blackburn Distict Office - Greensboro, N .C. Sfokesdaler NOFTII Carolina Compliments of Il MOMISII Home Cooked Meals Dairy Bar Serving Plate Lunches Highway 158 and 68 Phone Ml 3-9957 Stokesdale, North Carolina PROCTOR TEXACO SERVICE Phone 9934 Summerfield, North Carolina Compliments of FIVE OAKS DANCE HALL Rock 'n' Roll, Square Dance Amoco Gas ancl Oil Ml 3-3907 Stokesdale, North Carolina VERNON' S GRILL Home Cooked Meals Private Dining Room Phone 2961 Walnut Cove, North Carolina Congratulations To The Senior Class Of '59 STOKESDALE RED 81 WHITE SUPER MARKET Phone MI 3-4344 Stokesclale, North Carolina THE lVlEN'S SHOP House of Quality Clothes Sportswear Complete Line of Men's Clothing Owner: Dave Brown Phone 3371 Kernersville, North Carolina LINK BROTHERS PHARMACY Reidsville, North Carolina JUSTICE THEATER Kernersville, North Carolina SHORT SUGAR'S No. l and No. 2 Reidsville, North Carolina Compliments of FRED'S GULF SERVICE Gulf Gas and Oil Tires and Tubes Stokesdale Phone Ml 3-3735 "We Lead In Pounds And Average" T0lVl 8: CARL SMOTHERS Reidsville, North Carolina WILLIAMS - TRULL COMPANY lnternational Harvester Products T830 South Scales Street Reidsville, North Carolina LOVE TRACTOR SALES Ford Tractor and Equipment Reidsville, North Carolina T nab. PARK DR'VE"N THE JEWEL Box Your Friendly Credit Jewelers Your Family Theatre T34 South Elm Street Phone BR 4-7562 Lawnclale Extension t Greensboro, North Carolina Greensboro, North Carolina The House of Distinctive Furniture" GRIFFIN THE BOAR AND CASTLE Greensboro's Most Popular Sandwich Shop A Curb Service Spacious Parking Phone BRO0dWQY 24367 Greensboro, North Carolina 3'27 Battleground Road Greensboro, North Carolina WOOD'S FURNITURE COMPANY Sealy Mqm-eggeg Armstrong Quaker Rugs Sqndrqn Rugs lnlaicl Linoleum Gnd See Us For Greater Values Phone Ml 3-3521 Stokesdale, North Carolina TYSON'S PLAZA DRUG CO"P'ime"'S of COMPANY AL'S BARBER SHOP Phone BR 4-8481 i726 Battleground Avemfe 2609 Battleground Avenue Greensboro, North Carolina Greensboro' North Carolina C 8: S FURNITURE gl APPLIANCE STORE ' Formerly Madison Firestone Store M.E..CoIIins, Mgr. Madison , North Carol ina ZEB VANHOY, FLOR I ST Cut FIowers, Potted Piants Corsages, Funeral Designs Compliments of RICHARDSON ELECTRIC SHI P Fine Fabrics At Reasonable Prices THE FABRIC CENTER Walkertown, North Carolina at the Underpass - Phone "The girl who sews DUY 495 has pretty cIothes" Night 9683 Madison, North Carolina phone LY 5-2816 NEW BR I CK WAREHOUSE Madison , North Carol ina S.F. Webster - R.T. Chilton LIoyd Webster DORRENE'S BEAUTY SHOP Where All Types of Beauty Service is Given All Revlon Products Phone MI 3-4II2 Stokesdale, North Carolina J. G. H. MITCHELL WM. F. MARSHALL, JR. . House Jobs-Our Specialty HILTON'S SERVICE STATION Esso Products, Tires, Accessories Washing, Polishing, Greasing Groceries and Meats "Dub" Hilton - Phone MI 3-4490 Stokesdale, North Carolina BOB BY' S AMOCO Phone 6388 Madison , North CaroI ina SHARPE, SMITH AND FARMERS WAREHOUSE ' Two Warehouses - Side by Side Telephone 373 Madison, North Carolina WILLIAM'S SERVICE STATION Gas, Tires, Groceries Highway 220 Madison, North Carolina Compliments of RAY FUNERAL HOME Madison , North Carol ina HOWARD'S Shop and Save Ladies' 84 ChiIdren's Wear Madison, North Carolina HUGH Z. INGRANI, INC. Your Largest Furniture Store Phone 7271 Kernersville, North Carolina Tom Joyce Paul Whicker Lee Nelson HOMETOWN PONTIAC-BU I CK INC. Sales - Pontiac - Buick - Service We buy and sell used cars Phone 2081 Kernersville, North Carolina COLTRANE GROCERY CO. Fresh Meats - Frozen Foods Fancy Groceries We Deliver Phone 2761 Kernersville, North Carolina Compliments of CORDER'S KernersviIIe's Newest Clothing Store Clothes For Men and Boys Phone 2001 PINNIX DRUG STORE "On the Square Since 1904" Phone 2851 Kernersville, North Carolina SPIRO'S CAFE Serve Plate Lunches All Kinds of Sandwiches Kernersvil Ie , North Carol ina P 8: N DEPARTMENT STORE Kernersville, North Carolina FORD Sherwin-Williams Paint I Sales and Service - Blue Grass Tools - NIOTOR CO INC FARMERS GRU BBS , . HARDWARE 8: ELECTRIC CO. Kernersville, North Carolina E .E . Grubbs Bus. Phone 2661 PIWOVIG 2631 Qwr-,er Home Phone 2451 Kernersville, North Carolina - FARMERS FEED AND SEED STORE Phone 6221 Kernersville, North Carolina Store With Checker Brand Full Line Feeds, Seeds and Fertilizers M 8: M GROCERY Phone 5531 2l2 N. Main Street Kernersville, North Carolina We Deliver Max and Mozelle Coltrane, Owners Compliments of MU STEN 8: CRUTCHFIELD Kernersvi I le , North Carolina THE W. C. STAFFORD STORE Dry Goods, Notions and Shoes Kernersville, North Carolina Jewelry and Diamonds We Have Staple Groceries Best Prices In Town C- A' JESTEA FRIENDLY GRILL AND GROCERY ..l9W9l9r Just outside City Limits on Old.42l Show Shop Kernersville, N.C. Operator ' Jlmmle Hendrlcks CASH FEED STORE Kenneth L. Greenfield Manager Feed - Seed - Fertilizer - Wayne Fe For Poultry And Livestock Phone 39ll Kernersville, North Carolina eds Compliments of ' BANK or NLAYODAN Member of F.D.l.C. Mayodan, North Carolina For Highest Prices And Courteous Service Sell Your Tobacco With Us NO' l Gnd 2 We Appreciate Your Patronage Come To See Us Otis Joyce Roy Carter Willis Wake Cary Pell Phone 2141 Stoneville, North Carolina Compliments of H. J. FRYE AUTO SUPPLY Madison, North Caroline Best Wishes to Senior Class of 1959 KERNERSVI LLE LUNIBER COMPANY Phone 2881 Kernersville, North Carolina' Compliments of C 81 G GRILL Paul Coleman , Owner Highway 311 Madison, North Carolina Ambulance Phone 4901 and 4911 First Aid and Oxygen Equipment ROBERTS FUNERAL HOME Kernersville, North Carolina Sales - Chevrolet - Service GRAHAM CHEVROLET, INC Authorized Dealer Phone 5011 Kernersville, North Carolina To the FIRMS and INDIVIDUALS who contributed to make our annual a sure success, the Senior Class of '59 expresses a hearty "Thanks" SENIOR DIRECTORY CAROL SPINNETT ANGEL Glee Club 1, 2,3,G.A.A. 1, 2,F.H.A. 1,2,3,4,News- paper Staff 1,4, Class Officer 1, Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3 fOfficer 1,2,, Home Room Representative 2. WANDA LOU ANGEL F.I-l.A. 1,4, F.T.A. 2,3, Class Officer 2, Glee Club 3,4, Newspaper Staff 4. MARILYN ELAINE BULLINS Glee Club 1,2, 3, Monogram Club 3,4, Basketball 3, Newspaper Staff 3, 4, F.H.A . 1,2, Class History, Class Play 3, Maid of Honor 4, Library Club 4, Youth Center Secretary and Treasurer 4. BARBARA JEAN CASE F.I-l.A. 1, Class Officer 1,4, Newspaper Staff 1,3,4 QCO-Editor 4J, F.T.A. 2, Beta Club 3,4 fOfficer 4J, Marshal 3, Library Club 4 fPresident 4j, Last Will and T e st a m en t Testatrix4, Superlative: M0511 Likely To Succeed. MARY ELIZABETH COOK Basketball 1,2,3,4, Monogram Club 2,3,4, F.H.A. 1,2,3 QOfficer 3J,F.T.A. 2,4 fOfficer 2J, Newspaper Staff 4, Glee Club 3,4, Junior Play 3, Superlative: Happiest, Biggest Flirt. DAVID CRAWFORD DEAN Class Officer 2, Superlative: Best Sport. GLENDA MAE F ULP F.l-I.A . 1, Junior Play, A nnual Staff 4, F.T .A. 2, Senior Sweetheart, Glee Club 4, May Day Court At- tendant 4, Cheerleader 4, Superlative: Most Attractive . BETTY JANE I-IARRELL F.I-I.A. 1, F.T.A. 2 fOfficer 2J, Junior Play, News- paper Staff 4, 4-H 1. MARY LOUISE HOLLAND Senior Sweetheart, Class Prophet 4. DANIEL ARTHUR JONES Basketball 1, Annual Staff 4, Student Council 4, Senior Sweetheart, Superlatives: Most Like ly To Succeed , Class Baby, Most Intellectual. MITCI-IAEL RUMLY LAWSON Bus Driver 3, Senior Sweetheart. JOSEPHVBARRY MARTIN Class President 1, Student Council 3,4 QVice -President 3, President 41, Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2, Monogram Club 2, 3,4, Annual Staff 4, May Court Attendant 1, 4, Senior Sweetheart, Superlatives: Most Attractive , Best All Around. DANIEL MCKDXILEY MATTHEWS Superlativez Laziest. BETTY JOAN MCCUISTON F.H.A. 1,2, 4-I-I 1, Superlative: Quietest. CLARENCE TAYLOR NEAL Class President 2, 3, Student Council 1, May Day At- tendant 2, 3, May King 4, Junior Play, Monogram Club 2,3,4 fOfficer 4J, Basketball 1,2,3,4, Baseball 1,2, 3,4, Substitute Bus Driver, Senior Sweetheart, Office Staff 3, Newspaper Staff 4, Superlatives: Most Talented, Most Popular. SENIOR NANCY LEE PEARMAN Basketball 2, 3, 4 fCaptain 413 N e ws p a pe r Staff 3, 4 fCo-Editor 413 Editor-in-Chief ofAnnual Staff3 Student C ounc il 33 Glee Club 43 Library Club 4 fOfficer 413 Monogram C lub 3,4 QOfficer 413 F.T..A. 23 F.H.A . 13 Senior Sweetheart3 Superlatives: Most A th 1 e tic, Wittiest. FRANKLIN LEE POPE Bus Driver 3,4. MARTHA ANN POWERS F.H.A. 1,23 Library Staff 23 Junior Play3 4-H 1. ARCHIE DERMOT ROOPE Newspaper Staff 13 Student Council 1, 23 Class Officer 2, 3,4 QPresident 2, 313 Superlative: M ost Courteous: Annual Staff 4. EVELYN DARLENE RUTLEDGE F.T .A . 2,4fPresident 413 F.H.A . 13 Cheerleader 3,43 NewspaperStaff 43 May DayAttendant 2, 33 May Queen 43 Class Officer 2, 33 Monogram Club 3,43 Glee Club 43 Junior Play3 Senior Sweetheart3 Class Prophet3 Miss Stokesdale 43 President of Youth Center 4. AUDRIE JANE SELF F.H.A.- ls Superlative: Best Sport. MARY LOUISE SOUTHARD Newspaper Staff 1,2 fOfficer 213 F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 QOfficer 3,413 Library Club lg 4-H Club 1,2,3 fPresi- dent 113 Junior Play3 Glee Club 1,2, 3. PATSY ANN SOUTHERN F .H.A . 1,2, 3,4 fOfficer 3,413 Class Officer 1,2, 3,43 Beta Club 3,4 fPresident 413 Marshal 33 Junior Class V A. DIRECTORY ' 1' Play3 A nnual Staff 43 Superlatives: Best All Around, Most Inte1lectual3 DAR Award3 Newspaper Staff 3,43 Senior Sweetheart3 Library Staff 3. LINDA GERTRUDE VERNON 1 F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 fPresident 413 Glee Club 1,2,3,43 M ono g ra m Club 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 23 Newspaper Staff 1,2, 3,43 Beta Club 3,4 fOfficer 413 Office Staff 33 Annual Staff 4g Class Poets Marshal 33 Class Play 33 F.T .A . 23 Class Officer 13 Student Council 13 Sen- ior Sweetheart3 Superlatives: Most Talented, Friend- liest, Most Courteous. CHARLES DALTON WALKER Basketball 1, 2, 3 ,43 Baseball 1, 2, 3,41 Monogram Club 2, 3,43 Bus Driver 3,43 Student Council 43 Superlativez Most Atl-1letic3 Senior Sweetheart . 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