Stokesdale High School - Memories Yearbook (Stokesdale, NC)

 - Class of 1960

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A Q ,X F Seniors DONALD DEAN JAMES "You're crazy" N PATRICIA PEARNLAN MORPI-IIES IlYehIl ML 3 LULA MAE PRUITT llllll bell 10 Seniors CORNELIUS BURTON THOMAS "I Don't Know" HELEN RAE THOMPSON A 5 R N "You Told That Right" f rx, Q3 ewmrahr, A N 1 1 if .ff I 5 ROSA LEON TYSOR "Are You Trying To Be F1mny" 11 ff Class Mascots Class Poem As this, our Senior year comes nigh We'11 go dovm the heavily traveled road of life With the package of happiness and sorrow held high. We'll reach that goal for which we strive. Our hearts go out to our dear old school Because we know we must say farewell To thee and thy golden rule But memories will, with us, forever dwell. The days sometime seems endless But with all the rernembrances Our dear school days we'1l bless And memories will forever stay with us. Class Poet CONNIE I-IAWKINS Class Colors Blue and White Class Motto "Act well thy part, there all the honor lies. " EDDIE KNIGHT BETTY CAROL COLEMAN 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, fBoysj Let us pledge anew, Faithful, loyal, willing, service, Stokesdale High to you. Class fdlower N Xl I ,X i ' Blue Iris East will And 5estament EVON CASE leaves her love for basketball to Pat Woods. CONNIE HAWKINS leaves all the time she spends think- ing of Ted to Peggy Payne. GENEVA HOLLINS, the watch breaker, leaves her cheer- leading skirt to Judy Matthews. BENNY ANTHONY le av e s his love for baseball to Paul Knight. PATRICIA ANTHONY leaves her high school marriage to Carolyn Thomas. BURTON THOMAS leaves his bus license to Bud Hudson. LEON TYSOR leaves his individual ways to W.D. Lovette. LETTIE MAE HOLLAND leaves her hot t e mp er to Judy Orrelli DON JAMES leaves his superlative as quietest to Wesley Southern. LINDA BEESON leaves her going-steady ring to that set- tled down girl, Nancy Slaydon. CHARLES GARRETT leaves his May King crown to Donald Southern. PATRICIA MORPHIES leaves her little hous e trailer to -Peggy Bullins and Rick. LULA MAE PRUITT leaves her correspondence course in history to Jane Lemmons. Testators ' PATRICIA LANE MORPHIES CHARLES GARRETT HELEN THOMPSON 1 e av e s her ability in shorthand to anyone who can tough it out. LIBBY HAND leaves her D.A.R. award to Mildred Roberts. To Mrs. Pegram, we leave our low grades in history and our sincere thanks for helping us pull through. To Mrs. Combs, we leave our low grades in home eco- nomics, the s corched foods, empty coffee jars, and grateful thoughts for the help she has given us. To Mr. Bowman, we leave the broken typewriters, and bad grades in bookkeeping and shorthand. To Mrs. Southard, we leave our sincere thanks for being such a fine science and foreign language teacher. To Mr. Lancaster, we leave our high hopes for a success- ful basketball team. To Mr. Comer, we leave the sp otte d grass and t ir e d backs and sincere thanks for being such a fine Agricul- ture fteacher. To Mr. Joyce, we leave our sincere thanks for being such a fine principal. To the Grammar teachers, we leave our sincere thanks for helping prepare us for the long road ahead. is J.Jh A J .. J .- vi i' A' T Considering that we are about to graduate we feel that we are reaching the end of the beginning. This is a historical event. And now we are approaching the time to think back through our twelve years of school. In September of 1948 we b e g an the history-making event of our school career. By dividing us into two groups with Mrs. Preston and Mrs. Jane Angel for our teachers, we started our separate ways toward the same goal. just as others before us, our most remembered event out of this year was the-Negro Minstrel given at Halloween. We both gained and lost pupils during the rest of grade school. To guide us we had many wonderful te achers. Our enjoyments of being in operattas, plays Class and May Day Programs brought to us much fun. Putting all our grammar work together, we had our eighth grade graduation to begin our steps upward in high school. Many changes occurred during our first year of high s chool. Again we went our separate ways, some chose basketball, baseball, and joined various clubs. To help us bring about this chang e we had Miss Boone as our homeroom teacher. In the tenth gr ad e we were finally together again, with Mr. Bowman as our homeroom teacher. This ye ar was a tough one, but we finally made it by the help of our president, Leon Tysor. .' , , li- J'-1 ' wi N an N, WU HH X! M lv , N ' w J, v I A 4 I HM .. ,f 14, . K, ' J! xl H ah. U Q.. 2. 2, , , - it 'll Z-,high :sh up-lg.. S """ .:- Vt? - ws ' --. N " 5 A-- Y l 1 ' Uv ' JI I' 5 K W l 'Q' HT L g ,312 g,55,'a. 41:55 ., - lx ,fi X 'U , 2 f 'ay llcinnyll l'Mael' uRaeu llcaseyll npatll uldynnl' ,fig h ' 4 K ' I I n A , , , Y. ' -,, ieeg -:K , l 1 Fw , B 1 l e l ' Q A W if g upattyu ' uBertu History Miss Corpening was our guide through the Junior year. Libby Hand was president. We started off to make money for the junior-Senior Banquet, by selling Stanley Products, magazines, stationery, and gave aplay "The Ready Made Family." The b an que t was highly successful with th e Dutch theme. On April 1, the Juniors and Seniors left for a four day tour in Washington. The class officers elected to guide us through the final year were Charles Garrett, Linda Beeson, Libby Hand, and Pat Morphis. Under their guidance and our advisor, Mrs. Combs, we set bravely forth, headed for unknown destini e s-meeting the tasks as they came, the publi- cation of the school p aper, the annual, the class play, the choosing of invitations, and graduation preparations. We were sorry to lose Mrs. Combs, but feel fortunate to have Mrs. Coltrane to take her place. We wish to thank Mrs. Pegram, Mr. Joyce and other teachers, our p are nts, and friends who have helped us along the path of knowledge. Historians EVON CASE LEON TYSOR J , .. is ,I -. ., , ,.,, ,- . ., , ,fer .,,. , e , . , -Q .g.f' at . rl' i"'1"f1iiZii5U 1,0 . llBeCkyll llLu1ull llLibll 4 "Sl-eePY" "Rosie" "Don" "Charlie" o -a Class Prophecy Back in janu ary of 1960 never did I dream that in 1975 Iwould be on a special mission to the moon for the Kernersville lay. Myjob is to send back to earth articles on Russia's plans to invade Mars. BENNY was not able to m ak e this trip with me, he is very busy with all of his eight farms. Today is a memorable one. It is the anniversary of our graduating from high school. The hom e office in Kernersville has just sent me a special feature they wrote about the whereabouts of the Class of '60. just listen- Last week CHARLES GARRETT attended the photo- grapher's convention. He was awarded first prize for the most original photograph. LIBBY HAND has just finished planning a special tour of Mars for the head of Piedmont Airlines. GENEVA HOLLINS is now the k ind of secretary she dr e am e d of being. She can always be found sitting on the knee of her boss, Mr. Bohannon. CONNIE HAWKINS who was always so quiet in school is now teaching Ted andthe "Little Lawsons" the Golden Rule. Class Prophets MR. and MRS, BENNY ANTHONY HELEN THOMPSON who was such a br ain in short- hand class is now taking a r e fre sh er course under Mr. Bowman. LETTIE MAE HOLLAND fo o l e d us all. She has now taken over Walkertown's Pool Hall. LINDA BEESON our college girl is now giving Charles and the "Little Walkers" a whirl. PAT MORPI-IIS profited a lot from her bookkeeping. She can now keep "account" of all her little ones. LEON TYSOR is nowthe "big talker" for Ford Motors Incorporated. BURTON THOMAS who used to go so much to Walkertown is now at Stokesdale, all settled dovm. DON JAMES' whowas such a "pool shark" is now forbidden by his wife to go out after dark. LULA MAE PRUITT, whose superlative was the "big- gest flirt, " still goes around in blue jeans and a sweat- shirt. EVON CASE, who was married in june, is now singing to life's lovely tune. F RIENDLIEST Charles Garrett and Pat Anthony MOST AHTLETIC Evon Case and Benny Anthony LAZIEST Lula. Mae Pruitt and Donald James nu-.- ng-,, Senior Superlaiives MOST POPULAR Linda Beeson and Charles Garrett , 9 SN i in i,-,.N,u Nfggng I-IAPPIEST Pat Anthony and Benny Anthony 1960 S e nior MOST INTELLECTUAL MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Libby Hand and Leon Tysor MOST COURTEOUS Geneva Hollins and Charles Garrett I Superlatives MOST ATTRACTIVE Linda Beeson and Charles Garrett 2 TF r 1 Q o if Y .K X Z xi T wr -X ,IQ 7 Y I A JWQEX 'ji A .1 V fb! yi . i 1, in -- i lm. 2 xl:- , QUIETEST Lettie Mae Holland and Donald james F LIRTIEST Lula Mae Pruitt and Leon Tysor ! . F ' f ,L 'P n Senior Superlaiives v 1 "S915l - ei BEST ALL AROUND Libby Hand and Charles Garrett CLASS BABY Linda Beeson and Charles Garrett BEST SPORTS MOST TALENTED Patricia Morphis and Leon Tysor Libby Hand and Charles Garrett -' Z .w wif? rrw H1119 L W at h, I iq5g?9g?gQ,,3f,gN.."..QN..,N,.wmm1. mr i?5g5f m..."N..t4 ww' I - I- , - " K E 0? a QQ GK xclr' I ff Y 1 ' Q a N V OW n .. Q. ,,.,,,z,:: N 5 P , M L on 0 QR. . ,-P-1" :VFP V fx.: q . ,4-V, YQ. xi 'J' 5 'X .ELL O,-F fee., UX LSE 1.1 The steady grind ofthe pencil sharpener. . . an unexpected pop test. . . finally understanding that hard algebra problem. . . fun and hard work mingled together . . . Freshman. . .Sophomore. . . jun i or Class. . . each year another step up the ladder into the future and into the wide world. 21 Underclassmen 5opHomore Class O f f i c e r s RONALD ELLER ......... ...... P resident WESLEY SOUTHARD ..... . . . Vice President DLDINE. PRESTON ..... ..... S ecretary PEGGY PAYNE ............... . . . . . ......... Treasurer 22 junior Class O f f i c e rs PATRICIA WOOD .... ........ P resident NIAZLE PRUITT ........ , . , Vice Prggjdent ROBERT BOI-IANNON .... ..... . Secretary BETTY LOU HAND. . . , , , , Treasurer Hresfiman Class O ffi c e rs JIMMY RICHARDSON ...... ....... P resident MAYNARD SOUTHERN ..... . . . . Vice President NANCY NEAL .......... ...... T reasurer SI-IRILEY SLATE .... 1. . . Secretary uniors KAY ANGEL ROBERT LEE BOI-IANNON PEGGY BULLINS THOMAS BUSH MARY ANN COMBS BARBARA COMBS SIDNEY FAGG MARIE FULTON LOUIS GARNER BETTY LOU HAND PAUL KNIGHT SAM LAWRENCE JANE' LEMMGNS W. D. LOVETT PEGGY MCCUISTON SUE MCGEE . JIMMY NEAL ANDRENA OWENS DAVID PEGRAM ELAINE PEGRAM HOWARD PEGRAM LOU EDNA PERDUE MAZIE PRUITT ' WALTER REID EVELYN SI-IELTON NANCY SLAYDON JIMMY VAUGHN ELAINE WILLIAMS Jon WILLIAMS PAT WooD LUTI-EER CARROLL YORK RACHEL VANHOY LINDA SMITH Mi 15' . :Y-In-I .A17 is gin, QL XV I gtk ., x I ,, ,I gg... 4' . N III II II I- 'JII ' - ,SAI I IIIHIIIIIL I ' ' 5--I f' II II-C: II, - ,-E II T 4- -Q.. 'W My . L4 'Z' 1' ' -vw- X , I PII IIII X114 ' ,I Nu 5, . I-- E? xL'I N55 wg "I S-. QI g ,Q . ie. .5 I- zg, -I fm -:I 6 3-QI " II " I I' "., I-4: ,F ' a w V 5 I I . .,,. If If 'QV "9 II 5, 4, K' ' . I w- .L 5 h , I I A I I . , - L Fi'-I fv- W -LL :Ki--' A I C-'I 1. 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' vi A-.v' ' ' ' ' ' Time for relaxation. . . for making friends. . . developing character and inter- ests. . . sharing in rewarding experiences. . . being of service to the school and the community. . . a variety of activities. . . F. T. A. . . F. H. A. . .'Glee Club. . . newspaper. . . atheletics. . . these and m any more out of class e xp e ri e n c e s strengthen and enrich our school. Activzhes 27 X-ff? ,... X Y 'E' st ,nf ', A x f I " MRS. PEGRAM '- N N ,1 1 -5 E, 315. ..' 3- XX ,fifwff - Q E 5He Memories Staff Nineteen Hundred Sixty LIBBY HAND LINDA BEESON ' - -,N.:f,w,. Editor-in-Chief Assistant Editor '-ee 'i 'f'l:i'1! K' ' Er ww' Q 'vii' V' - :X ff, M EVON CASE Business Manager PAT ANTHONY Assistant Business Manager GENEVA HOLLINS Secretary 28, CHARLES GARRETT Sports Editor LETTIE MAE HOLLAND Activity Editor CONNIE I-IAWKINS Art Editor lg , ., e an , fig, 1 N- dj' ? -'M-W--14.3 if V5 , - - . 3, af 2 t ' ' E A Y L ,-3 y-1 gi J xfwtmr' 'V'-5-' N. 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I 5 1.x:4.v.vs:.,,:f5'P5f:Y'--1 '737i"HhW'HJ:M ., ,:' ,fl-5bv,j1Iq',..-gr-h '1'-1: -,vw -I , - ': . ,. . , ,, Sinking that basket. . .running that quarter-mile. . . hitting a homerun. . . shouting the Victory Yell. . . The excitement of winning. . . the disappointment of losing. . . but always the faithful school spirit and good sportsmanship which keeps us on top. Aimefics 3 MR. R. P. LANCASTER Coach r I s ' a as Q e f 5a1 1 EVON CASE Captain MM . . . Y ' 'Y-5g5rss,:f, .1 , Left toqtightz Combs, Neal, Hudson, Pegram, Knight, Owens, Anthony, Co-Captain, Coach Lancaster, -" Case, ' Captain 5 Robertson, McCrorie, Pearman, Slaydon, Angel, Slate. V - 1 Q we ' Boys' Bashethall ""N .. ,. vw. ' 1-up-. JIMMY NEAL MR. FABER BOWMAN Captain we vs 1 A 1 H1 Q- ff Q- mm ' H " Left to right: Richardson, Perdue, Hamn, Tucker, Neal, Eller, Parker, Pope, Childress, Tuttle, Southern, Mx. Faber Bowman, Coach. XQA if 'K .f.. ,.,. ,, .. -M 'Y'7":'Eg""5FT ":'-.,,' "fn ,f5'i7g5"! 5590+ L 5 -M Clieerleaders Barbara Combs, Chiefg Linda. Beeson, Co-Chiefg Libby Handg Geneva Hollinsg Sue McGee5 Bonnie Ganng Linda Bermettg Carol Hollinsg Louise Lovette. Basegall Zeam First row, left to right: Robert Lee Bohannon, BurtOn Wesley Southern. Second row: Leon Tysor, W. D.Lovett:eJ T ho m a S, Benny A nf h O nv, Captains Hilton Tucker, William Gauldin, sen Lawrence, Bobby Childress, 'ceeeh Lancaster. I I 1 if . N sf - N v lf x 'P A '- 4 4l A n ll ,-,R-5,7 , 'iv V..- s Q ' 51 X , G, ' 5 .f -'i I . Ae? ff A , 1 1 ,js frgigs 1 ,f E . 7 :J-ff? 1.4 ' .,.. ...,...,.. ,, ...., . 1 hi - e ' K- i, .,,, v .... 1 1, . ,, . . ..--.-- W ,. . K '.'i:'W"N9z?" - Ta l" ' AF' --I' ' " K - '. il? w -. -' ' ' f ,, ,,,, , V: en. , ,. v . fj: I ' j , I .A f i 1 If i 'is :gg if as - r i A i' ', g 3: -'N . 'Ah 114. v . ! , L .4 3 1. M525 wr-'ruff-.ai , fm- N ' v -'5?1'-"'175'5Z3-fSE'L"y L- """5' "-d mkffm.-ilrfasi-'. .. ,' -1 11 X K IITE W W 4 '7-flies. sf.. 4 ,K gig? " I K K 1' .J I E tzvlfi-if ' Wm - - , 3 jf!" "... 'N Q 1: , i ., vs IT, L if " X ' K f ' , 1 X 4 if . . A x L . . b I 5. 1 One step at a time we grow tow ard adulthood. . . learning the important factors of a s uc c ess ful life. . . reaching toward higher goals in education. . . taking steps to build a better life for those around us. . . 1 ook i ng toward the future unafraid. Slemenfary grades Slementary Haculty JAMES S. RAYBURN FRED S. HUNTER 1 1 MRS. EULA P. BOWMAN MRS. MARGIE SI-IARRON MRS. BETTY S. SHELTON w w H s?'5 its-.: f.,. a . '-uf 4 E X 2 44 MR. R. P. LANCASTER MRS. JOE VAUGHN MRS. P.P. SIMPSON MRS. IATHINIA FLINCHUM MRS. PEGGY JOYCE MRS. MARY LOU PRESTON Q3 . ,. I 'X ,I I I I I I ' fix A it 5 I 12, If IIIIIIIV , I I I In I an .,. 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Third row: Tilley, Tucker, Vanhoy, Vaughn, Vernon, Scott, Vance, Walsh, Williams, York. ..-. - inn, 5 , f- ,sf"'v ,au v . 9 i .qi fr he f gee ,fx i 1 F, , ., .bL,f 1 f .. g,..3 r ,., i4 . , dvll :.: K A- 1, Y , I r 5 NA h 1 fart sr iii, 'S ff 2 T ak, ig ' . 1 T - fy., TY? : -3- , J , i-Lf" 'fl' " M ' L fi ' i je 7 - . W 5 J-ii - 1 ,I Q ,. . .,.. l ":,, ' ' rl., 'l ,bit-ii. ,N 'J A 'Ii -Q, ,"j'. . 5 T f 1" sz , 1 If I ' - B 'Ji 1255 WW'jffff,i , A- 3, V " I g Hf7'1,+j:n?'I-A ' A M A .T 5ffra'n 1 lil . ' ' "' . 6:3 5? 53 I .rl Mrs. UaugHn's Sixth grade First row, left to right: Angel, Coker, Combs, Freeman, Friddle, Fulp, Garrett, Grouley, P. Hicks, N. Hicks, L. Hicks. Second row: Hooker, james, Lemmons, Malloy, Moenkhaus, Pearman, Pegi-am, Perdue, Priddy, Pruitt, Richardson. Third row: Robinson, Sharon, Sherron, Smith, Southard, T. Southern, R. Southern, Trawik, B. Vaughn, L. Vaughn, Williams. ' 46 n . . 1' H1 'aff 1 wf1..?. .P--.H ..,, bv' ' 1-ji I' A 5,-'jx I . ' -r'. M 'JB ' ., 1. 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Tilley. Third row: M. Tilley, Tysor, Vernon, Williams, Wilson, York. I1-,M-154 .g it . S - 1 S . ' an Q :f rg, ...X - .4 f ,. yr. - ' ' . if J., Q' t Q1 fiij - ' I ' p k 'V ' ' 'fl ." 'n ylfi llfais l 1 'if' R... -rg,-:Iii ' V-4, A., , -. v 1. -. r 1Il?',J'Z' " ' .a .-1 W' f' u . gg, gi M n U vs- w J . AHL 1' ,. ,ax up U ,115 7. r fg'Pf'f' ...J J' 9. E. Mrs? Bowman's Hiffh grade First row, left to right: Briggs, Dollarhite, Freeman, S. Gann, P. G-ann, Hamm, Hawks, James, Middleton, J. B. Moore Second row: S. Moore, Nelson, Preston, S. Pegram, S. Pegram, Perdue, Privette, K. Plaster, S. Plaster, Shelton Third row: Southard, R. Southern, S. Southern, Stevens, Tilley, Walker, Williams. 47 H v H' H . '.. ... . ' .. 1 r. ,7 . Q.. . ' ' Y-vw. ll V' EJ, - . H Y, A I, ...x fa. -5,-1, - -H lf-27' .4-gr. 1 ', -- ' Vi.. L W 1-. V. -, cg. .Qu , :L V gl. mer T of so '+R ' "e r- r V 1. L 1 F 131' " 17 ' n'..il.', , L V 2 L. ' ,- . 'll' limi f .. . ll . T A 1 . .-, . -. S Q so r , .. A A " .. 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Third row: Marshall, Nelson, Pearman, Pegram, Priddy, Reid, Richardson, Shelton, Simpson, Smith. Fourth row: Stevens, -Stewart, Tilley, L. Vernon, S. Vernon, Williams, Wray, York. ' N Q A ' I 'N ' ff - '2 w 'ii 'iggiigg 'lm' . :f..mw..-un p , I! In 1, "' .. 2 N: ' .V , 151. fl, ,, :VE sl" , VQ?i.f I ,II 1 Q I -n . ... 1 -... . .- ,A , . A , . A ,U V !'. ,. -'2'! Q --4.2 H , L f"',' if-SQ? '- L 2 ' 'E . sl :ssl Y ' ' ' H' . 1 . 4. .ws M r V- A - -. - or 'rf I DP A f.,...,x.k me . it dl :Ti 5 tri?-lk .-' ' V 'nik ,, ,QF , 'Ga - - 3 ,, ,A . "f rf ,W -- ' ' ggff -' .33 , -J N' H'-1 "" .. ' Q. K' "ww.s.., SLN... 142,15 . Q l -1 1 ....,,-' W .. ..,, ':,H.. . . . .-1, 4 1: -wifi e I .pei . A 6 is . . . W . r ,....1. T 1 T. T . t fel arff.-.iran T 1 , '4P"7'fl1. 'L '-4, vu. i fx - u . A :PE-u...hR'l-24... N f"' Q - ', if , 4 f' V, f. ,, , A t. R Q.. 2 l -fr.-T :sf . Q " , 'rf ' 'f f X, to f.. - A 3 ' .ll - 5 ' " '-hz ' ' "7 ' 'Sis ' . ,.,. , . .lb 26,53 Yzuli .v ,K N V I . sf! . 'Q 'A S A A H .iff 1 ' I 'E . . - 4.-'CTI-4 .-'.1 -L. x X ' H r , Q ,-5 L 4 :Ls Q nu- ' A .. , ... g l . la. Mrs. Sfleltozfs 5Hird Qrade First- row, left to right: E. Adcock, J. Adcock, Briggs, Brown, Burkhead, Charles, Cook, Calton, Fulp,. Gour1eyL Second row: I-lamm, Holbrook, Jones, Lemmons, Lemons, Mabe, Marshall, Miller, Moore, Nelson. Third row: l9ea.rman, Pegram, Plummer, Pruitt, Reid, Roberts, Shelton, Southard, Stevens, Tilley. Fourth row: Williams, Wilson. 48 L L-I : 1 . Y' A- A RG 6: W, , , ma Qpflk ,V an 1 . Y 57 W- N H! I QQ, ,. ,Tf 5,14-On! N. - Q us, '- f' lL1f -f f? ' J W e.: fi .5 -:gifs .. 2. . Q J ' W: MSS. 'Hi ' E -f , ' ,. 12 1. iv.- ""9x f'f"'+'f' A H . 4- S fa X -. V . 5. ,HJ N , I . my ,,,..1,..,,m x " - 1. , D 1. . X wwf ' V ' wif 3"-'. ' ' '. A -W ' "' Ani, W." if ' , Y 1-1" I 1 nf... 1-T" eg L... .. ' if-"T C, 5,-, 'P-'A H- JM' ,jg-HH F, '-Q H W 13- . Q, J . 5 ' , .i- J TQ, S.. . J .- , , -. 'K - - ve: 5, 3 - 1 " x..L- .. , -A 23' , -v f' ' ' .-.. , n .1 ' 1 , 1 - um., 412. Hg.. f Q ,. ' '. -vf . D, J. -V Us , .X 9. ,, ,, X Nga- M., NL. ,fe www. '1 7 :g-,Q 13. 52.731--'T ff 'I' , W- . - - -A "'lfff'H.L',y I . -' , Q. - ...i. gy ' I . . - -"--A.-M aw' -- ji f vm .1 giiifillz ,'1154.if:E'ale' '. . - - l'fill'Q1. L. - Llul' l . f l 3 la, ,J 1 , 1 ..- . 1 TEM, WICV. AX Mrs. 3linehum's Second And ghird Qradesi First row, left to right: Baily, Fre em an Garner G ' P , , oms, . Joyner, J. Joyner, Jones, Knight, P. Martin, J. Martin Second row: Marshall, Mosely, P. Neal, H Neal, R Pearman S Pear . . , . man, Reid, Riggs, Shelton, K. Southard Third row: J. Southard, Swain, Tesh, Thompson, Tilley, Tucker, A. Vaughn, W. Vaughn, Vernon, Williams. At J W , , "..'w'F'm .r , ,e I' L ' ,, , .. rv' N 'q"" li'-n" Ah' as-n Qo"'-W .4 .,. .s . 7 A "' it A am.. , it Q 'Q , T J J lll- Q' 3 T N if ' ra 1 . ' "Rf if if fe ' . 1 W ,l fx' J- , .ann Q. , A, .4-f. 'rl ,E ,' . ... " ' V ' , , .-V if J ' X. f , V Q ' V K ' K SV' s . W " X.. f Z llilxff ub- " .na- iv' '35 ,- mx: . f...56'1: P M ' ' rs. joyce s first And Second grades First row, left to right: Angel, Beeson, Berry Cook F ul G ul , , p, a din, Hamm, Hawks, Holland, Hooker. Secondrowz' Jones, Lee, P. Moore, R. Moore, Pegram, Plummer, Ryals, Sechrist, C. Southard, R. Southard. Third row: Carl Southern, C. Southern, K. Southern, Thomas Tuttle Vanho V hn ' ' ' ' , , y, aug , J. Williams, T. Williams, M. Williams, Wilson. 49 K W K f , N N N mia!! 3 ,I limes .3 W ,,-Q, g w .1 me Q., . in ' ,--'. 76 ? u- I D- -, 'VA ,, , Q " -" ,. - 3 , Six. sd I 3 19. g, , I 5, gl ' ,,, T 41. . :f. - 0- "' A s ,A 1' .R if Q' ' "" 'Q' ' ' ' '.Q,,'t" .. ' i ... L. 4 - ,V xi "' , Y .V T , T . P --ff S S - K NN an Y H 1 Air X Y , K , V- 'ig L 1 ' Yi H -,, , , ,Z A -' 'Q ' A QW lddi T T g T12 1 'wb i W, N 1 -22i ' F? A-aux . . . . - , ' 0 - - - . ' .. a ' 4 "' ' V A. , "' ,, 'Q Y - :Ex 4 xi an ,h ,L D . .5 , ,Q . 0- Q4 fu- 1- - as mn ., h .L t S-C4 K 2 , C, h ' x, ty A My I' 5 M Wh . .T iii", AK' qi "' x i' --,,- 'X , W iff, 1' Ear- ' Q 1 I f'l3 " 1. Mrs. Presfon's Hirst grade First row, left to right: Angel, Briggs, Baily, Blackburn, Clark, Cook, Friddle, Gauldin, Grifin, Gray. Second row: I-Iolland, Hudson, Joyner, Moore, Neal, Nelson, Pearman, Pegram, Preston, Scott. Third row: Sharon, Shelton, Slaydon, B. Southern, S. Southern, Stewart, Thomas, Tilly, Walker. 4 A S funcnroom Worhers Clusiodians Mrs. Ruby jones, Dietician Qnot pictured, 5 Minnie Threadgill, Susie Hill Mr. Reid Nonie Reid SO Q-we +L VX .ov . . go'J:.s, n u - '01 -1,1'Jp n., 11,454 V 1 ,NA , I I. :11 I fa.. -,.,,.-,-,-5-.5--..,, , UI: ' I q ' ':::'a Q 8:12 n'pl'n ' 1 K ' 1 461 e J. -lv f f '73 I .: .7 ' 1 ' if 1 . V. Adding to the e nj o ym e nt of our lives. . . and to our well-being. . . these sponsors have bepome a we Icom e p art of our world. . . we gratefully thank them for their as sistan c'e in making this book possible. . . we hope that our students will support them as they have supported us. 51 Advertisements S gl R MOTOR CO. W.C. STAFFORD STORE Plymo'-WI" Soles Service Goodyear Tires Dry Goods, Notions, and Shoes Telephone 3311 Kernersville, North Carolina 192 S. Main St. Kernersvi I Ie, North Carol ina THE HDME DF FRIENDLY CREDIT 163 N. Main St. I. F. Thompson, Manager COMER'S STUDIO 128 East Murphey Street Madison, North Carolina FORD Sales and Service GRUBBS MOTOR CO. , INC. Kernersville, North Carolina E.E. Grubbs Bus. 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Phone MI 3-9902 Sfokesdalef North C'-'r0l""c' Stokesdale, North Carolina EVELYN'S COFFEE SHOP SHARON'S ESSO Located I V2 Miles Highway 220 North of East from Stokesdale Highway T58 Greensboro, North Carolina WO0D'S FURNITURE COMPANY Sealy Mattress lnlaid Linoluem and Tile Sandran Vinyl Rugs Armstrong Quaker Rugs See us far Greater Values Phone MI 3-3521 Stokesdale, North Carolina 55 STQKESDALE HARDWARE Building Materials and Dry Goods Phone MI 3-34II Stokesdale , North Carol ina TUITLE'S SUPER MARKET MI 3-4231 Summerfield, North Carolina Groceries, Meats and Seeds Compliments of HARRELL'S GROCERY Summerfield, North Carolina BILL'S AUTO EQUIP. CO. Automatic Transmission and Brake Service Summerfield, North Carolina . Phone MI 3-4497 BILL'S GULF SERVICE Owned by Bill Hicks Stokesdale, North Carol ina 220 GULF SERVICE STATION Summerfield, North Carolina RUBY'S BEAUTY SALON AII Type's of Beauty Service Operated by "Rooster" Hand MI 3'42I6 Washing, Waxing, Lubrication, , , , and Brake Lining Service. Alr-Conditioned 56 NORTH STATE MILLING COMPAN Manufacturers of Daily Bread Joy Brand Corn Meal Distributors of Nutrena Feed Security Dog Foods Greensboro, North Carolina Telephone BR 5-1355 PIEDMONT RADIO 8: TV COMPANY 122 Walker Avenue Greensboro, North Carolina Efficient and Courteous Service Work Guaranteed for 90 Days SECURITY LUNCHEONETTE Variety of Drinks and Sandwiches Come to See Us! 416 North Eugene Street Greensboro . North Carol ina MCMI LLAN FURNITURE CO. Compare Our Prices We Sell the Best For Less 3407 Whitehurst Road Greensboro, North Carolina COBLE SPORTING GOODS "Everything for the Sportsman" Greesnboro . North Carol ina THE BOAR AND CAS11.E Greensboro's Most Popular Sandwich Shop Curb Service - Spacious Parking Greensboro. North. Carol ina ,P 8: H FARM EQUIPMENT CO. INC. Ford Tractors and Equipment 2820 South Elm Street Greensboro . North Carol ina Compl imenfs of STOKESDALE COMMERICAL BANK Member of F.D.l.C. Sfokesdole . North Carol ina BROOKE-VANHOY FLOWER DORRENFS BEAUW SHOP Where All Types of Beauty . Service Is Given Mom Street All Revelon Products Sfokesdole, Norfh Carolina Phone Ml 3-4112 Stokesdule , North Carol ina BRGOEETGSXNHGY FUNERAL HGME Zeb V. Vanhoy Edward L. Brooke 24 Hour Ambulance Service Phone MI 3-3711 Sfokesdole. Norfh Carolina 58 . I SUNlNlERFlELD RED 8: WHITE VESTAL S FLOWER SHOP 5UpER MARKET . . Highway 220 North 4 tsrntzpggmi giggle' Summerfield, North Carolina 948 Summit Avenue Greensboro, North Carol ina Szcggil. f?lTyfOTOY.JVTflRA . STQKESDALE RED 84 WHITE SUPER MARKET Congratulations To The Senior Class of '60 Phone Ml 3-4344 Stokesdole. North Carolina Compliments of SHELTON KENOCO PARKER'S CAFE Stokesdale MI 3-9944 North C0"0l1n0 Stokesdale, North Carolina Compliments of B ILL THOMAS AUTO SALES ' New and Used Cars MACY'S REMNANT SHOP Phone Ml 3-4111 Owned by Lloyd Dealer Lina Mae Riggs and Macy Self Sfokesdole' North Carolina Stokesdale North Carolina 59 STOKESDALE MILLING C OMPANY R . W. Southern , Owner Flour, Meal , Feeds, Custom Grinding Mixing and Seed Cleaning Phone MI 3-4145 Tires Recapped Compliments of PATTERSON TIRE RECAPPING Workmanship and Materials Guaranteed New and Used Tires For Sale Ml 3.4403 Phone Day Ml 3-4540 Stokesdale, North Carolina Ni9l"f BR 4'5086 Summerfield, North Carolina FIVE OAKS DANCE HALL CARL GARRETT RENAULT SALES 8: SERVICE Stokesdale, North Carolina 2504 Battleground Avenue Big Rock'n' Roll Every Friday ' , and Saturday Nights Greensboro, North Carolina Operated By 0.0. Williams Phone BR 3-5526 GREENSBORO COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. Greensboro North Carolina 60 Compliments of VAUGHN'S DEPARTMENT STORE MI 3-4538 Stokesdale, North Carolina WILLIAMS GARAGE Gulf Gas Mechanical Work Phone Ml 3-3735 Sfokesdcle. North Carolina CARL LEMONS Grading Bulldozing Fish Ponds Terracing Stokesdale, North Carolina I MI 3-3910 LAWS ON FURNITURE CO. Complete Home Furnishings Free Decorating Service Phone 815 Mayodan, North Carolina N 5 is 1 ' Dr Peppaer BALDWIN GARRETT CO. Farmall Tractors McCormick Equip. Water Systems Chain Saws Service - Parts Greensboro, North Carolina FARMERS FEED AND SEED S TOR E Phone 6221 Kernersvil le , North Carol ina Store With Checker Board Full Lines Feeds, Seeds, and Fertilizers CASH FEED STORE Kenneth L. Greenfield Manager Feed - Seed - Fertilizer Wayne Feeds For Poultry and Livestock Phone 391 1 Kernersville, North Carolina 61 Compl imenfs of ll'-L UNDERMAN. All-Around World Champion, 1950, wears and endorses Wranglers. BLLE BELL, INC. BlUl if Bill VI WESTERN JEANS, JACKETS, SHIRTS 0 Other Rodeo Cowboys Association champions who wear Wranglers are: JIM SHOULDERS, All-Around World Champion, 1949 CASEYTIBBS, World Saddle Brone.Riding Champion.,l949 GERALD ROBERTS, All-Around World Champion, 1948 Toors MANSFIELD, 7-year World Calf Roping Champion TODD WHATLEY, All-Around World Champion, 1947, and many more. BLUE BELL WRANGLERS are tough and rugged. Made of heaviest 11-oz. Sanfor ized denim. Won't shrink out of fit. Styled by Rodeo Ben, custom tailor to top cowboys and ranchers Men's and boys' sizes up per or button front Women's Wranglers in8 oz Sanforized denim, for trim athletic figures, sizes 12 through 20. Wrangler Jeans, jackets and shirts are guar anteed the best made best fitting you can buy-or your money back! BLUE BELL, Inc. Greensboro, N. C. World's Largest Producer of Work Clothes 62 Compliments of PlNNlX DRUG STORE CORDER'S , Kernersville's Newest "On the Square Since 1904" Clothing Store Clothes for Men and Boys Phone 2851 Kernersville, North Carol ina Phone 2001 Compliments of KERNERSVILLE JEWELERS MAPLE HOUSE RESTAURANT phone 3381 2506 Battleground Avenue 106 No,-1-11 Main S1-reef Greensboro, North Carolina Kernersville, North Carolina P11006 BR 2-3597 CURTIS PACKING COMPANY Producer of Curtis Fine Meats The Blue Ribbon Brand THE SHOE CENTER STOCKTON'S LUNCH Shoes For the Entire Family Phone 2431 All Repair Work Guaranteed Kernersville, North Carolina phone 5331 Kemersvme' NIC' 63 STOKES LUMBER COMPANY, INC. LY 12596 P.O. Box 125 Walnut Cove, North Carolina J.M. Products, U.S. G. Products, Huttig Sash and Door Lumber and Building Materials We Buy Standing Timber f. KERNERSVIHE NORTH CAROLINA COLTRANE GROCERY CO. Fresh Meats - Frozen Foods Fancy Groceries We Deliver Phone 2761 Kernersville, North Carolina TRI-CITY PHARMACY, INC. 108 S. Main Street Kernersville, North Carolina Phone 5291 Closed Hours Phone 3452 SPIRO'S CAFE Serve Plate Lunches All Kinds of Sandwiches Kernersville, North Carolina Located the Same Place for 26 Years Sherwin-Williams Paint Blue Grass Tools Compliments of WESTERN AUTO MARIAN LEWIS BAKE SHOP BARS CAFE HARDWARE 8: ELECTRIC CO. M a M GROCERY THE LADIES HOUSE Phone 2631 KERNERSVILILE LINOLEUM SI TILE Kernersville, North Carolina EVELYN S BEAUTY SALON M. V. WINFREE 84 SONS ESSO Kerosene Fuel Oil Gasoline Motor Oil Phone Ml 3-422T Summerfield, N.C. Compliments SMITH DRUG Stokesdale, North Phone Ml 3-3331 ROBERTSON PROVEN FERTILIZER STORE - Operated by John Albert Stokesdale, North Carolina Phone MI 3-4228 Carolina Compliments of WARREN DRY CLEANERS MR. AND MRS. W.B. HAND MR. AND MRS. THOMAS GATEWOOD MR. ROBERT E. RAYLE THE FABRIC SHOP J . B. HARRISON,' BARBER SHOP LEDBETTER SERVICE STATION The Senior class appreciates all the co-operation that has been shown by all students and faculty members. Benny Anthony Pat Anthony Linda Beeson Lettie Mae Holland Don James Pat Morphies Evon Case Lula Mae Pruitt Charles Garrett Martha Smith Libby Hand Burton Thomas Connie Hawkins Helen Thompson Geneva Hollins Leon Tysor 65 Senior Directory BENJAMIN ROY ANTHONY, JR. Baseb all 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 45 Monogram Club 2, 3, 45 Harvest King 25 Class Play 3,45 May Day Attendant 3,45 Newspaper Staff 35 Class Prophet 5 F .F.A. 45 Superlatives: Most Athletic, Happiest. PATRICIA FLYNN ANTHONY Basketball 3, 4, Co-Captain 45 Newspaper Staff 2, 3, 45 Assistant Business Manager of Annual S t af f 5 Monogram Club 3, 45 F. T.A. 1,25 Glee Club 1,2, 3,45 Pep Club 45 Maid of Honor 45 May Day Attendant 35 Class Play 3, 45 Class Prophetess 45 Beta Club 3,45 Marshal 35 Superlatives: Friendliest, Happiest. BETTY EVON CASE Basketball 2, 3, 4, Captain 45 Newspaper Staff 1, 45 Bus- iness M a n ag e r of Annual Staff5 Student Council 1, 35 Monogram Club 3, 4, Officer 45 F. T. A. 35 F. H.A. 15 Pep Club 45 Class Officer 35 Class Play 1, 3, 45 May Day Attendant 45 Superlativez Most Athletic. LINDA GALE BEESON F. H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, O ffic er 2, 3, 4, County President 45 Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, Co-Captain 45 News- paper Staff 5 Ass i st ant Editor of Annual Staff 5 Student Council 3, Officer 35 Monogram Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 45 Class Play 1, 3, 45 Beta Club 3, 45 Marshal 35 May Queen 45 Class Officer 1,2,45 Sup- latives: Class Baby, Most Attractive, Most Popular. CHARLES VERNELL GARRETT, JR. F.F.A. 45 Class Play 1, 3, 45 Class Officer 1, 2, 4, Presi- dent 45 May King 45 Harvest King 45 Sports Editor of Annual Staff 5 Superlatives: Friendliest, Most Popular, Most Courteous, Most Attractive, Best All Around, Most Talented. RUTH ELIZABETH HAND F. H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 2, 3, 45 F.T.A. 2, Officer 25 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Newspaper Staff 3, 4, Officer 3, 45 Cheerleader 3, 45 Editor-in-Chief of the Annual Staff5 Beta Club 3, 4, President 45 Chief Marshal 35 Class Play 1, 3, 45 Pep Club 45 Monogram Club 3, 45 Class Officer 1, 3, 4, President 35 D. A. R. Awa.rd5 Superlatives: Most Intellectual and Most Likelyto Succeed, Most Talented, Best All Around. CONNIE REBECCA HAWKIN S F. H.A. 1,2,35 F. T.A. 2,35 Class Officer 2, 35 Art Editor of Annual Staff5 Newspaper Staff 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Harvest Queen 15 Pep Club 45 Class Play 3, 4. GENEVA FRANCES HOLLINS F. H.A. 2, 35 F. T.A. 2, 35 S e cretary of Annual Staff5 Newspaper Staff 45 Student Council 15 Glee Club 1,2,35 Monogram Club 3, 45 May Day Attendant 25 Harvest Queen 45 Pep Club 45 Cheerleader 45 Basketball 35 Sup- erlative: Most Courteous. LETTIE MAE HOLIAND F. H.A. 1, 2, 3, Officer 2, 35 F. T.A. 25 Glee Club 1, 25 Newspaper Staff 45 C lass Play 3, 45 Activities Editor of Annual Staff5 Harvest Queen 25 Superlative: Quietest. DONALD DEAN JAMES F. F.A. 45 Superlatives: Quietest, Laziest. LULA MAE PRUITT Glee Club 1, 2, 35 F. T.A. 2, 35 F.H.A. 5 Pep Club 45 Superlatives: Flirtiest, Laziest5 Class Play 1, 3, 4. PATRICIA LANE MORPHIES Basketball 1, 25 Class Treasurer 1, 45 Glee Club 15 Pep Club 25 Bible Club 25 Boy and Girl Scholastic League 25 I Harvest Representative 15 Newspaper Staff 15 Bus Captain 15 Superlative: Best Sport. MARTHA SMITH F.H.A. 1,2,45 Officer 25 F.T.A. 2, Officer 25 Glee Club 1,25 Class Officer 1. BURTON CORNELIUS THOMAS F. F.A. 45 Bus Driver 2, 3, 45 Class Play 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3, 45 Monogram Club 2, 3, 45 Track Team 4. HELEN RAE THOMPSON Basketball 15 F. H.A. 1, 2, 45 Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Boy and Girl S cholastic League 2, 35 Glee Club 2, 3,45 Y-Teens 2,3545 Future Business Leaders of America 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 F. 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