Stokesdale High School - Memories Yearbook (Stokesdale, NC)

 - Class of 1962

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,ga Q .JV- 1962 ANNUAL OF 1955 Memories ANNUAL OF 1956 1 W ' 4 5toEesc1a1e HigH ScHoo1 Stolrescfale, NorfH Carolina W ANNUAL OF 1957 Presented By 5fre Senior Class ANNUAL OF 1958 ,al az ---V 'ii ' L' Y In ' 'gf .... - . -. '1,i.,.:5.31:,,,V A-.- ---- - 'az IN' f-"WW-. H' N -. - - - 'W' ' -if-4,251.1 digg. 1 75 ' w ,M , sir A Qty ' Qijygl .4 A -:f '1 H ff' ' , - 2 N , V My-ig' gf ' O I' 6 IU O l' gigg- ,.,qQ?1..i: ' 'fy j. 5.3,-gp' FAREWEIL TO STOKESDALE HIGH -gijffi. Sprmg W111 soon be here, and another class w1ll 91'2-du?-te ff' :usp . . . . ' . ' N from Stokesdale I-hgh. There's a d1fference, for 1:h1s 1S to be agimjm .f,..., , the last class. wg f 1 5 , , N Stokesdale I-hgh holds many memones for those who have , , gf Eff graduated, as well as those who attended only a few months. as bv. . MI , . -7 5 A dellghtful rece1pe of classes. . . exams. . . baseball and 1" A basketball games. . . hohdays. . . Jumor- Semor. . . tmp to New K-. .M .York and Washington. . . Raleigh. . . initiations. . . just school days. . . make fond memories as we lift our voices in tribute: "Hail to thee, our Alma Mater, mf.. ..,,.- -A 3.x s...c X 21 2 7 L. t . ' .:. f"f" "r':?"i1 J.1f""'i .+V - . , X35- Qf , , , .ng--cg-15:2 . .... Fa1thful, loyal w1111ng servlce 1 , . ,.- , . H W-1 .wus 3. 3 .aff Q-V45.. Lf, ,, Stokesdale I-hgh to you. - 1 1 x Aag.g.rf,.:,ga..N - Q ar ff, A nee. ni!-,:,'.p.,. -4- ' ' - - - ' A l , ,., - - ' ,.- 1T3----w---4----..-- M.-we -M-' r2"' ' - -fr'f:'1f-i.' ' fSQTf"".'-' " ' 4- f,f.,1 . -bf f --H-fgrrffw.. 'viii - ,. .,,. ,. ..,: .... -.-, .. -. .. 1 wgpzg, ,.:W:fa 2:.:Z'..:',. " 1 ,r.jf:I'Pj3-- ,. . '-oy 'iff-' V ,v,,,S!j, o'.f ' 'Y -f:J1',--'.w1- 5a'..x':1'.- jjfi 723, .M "va, "rf - -' .M-x ,mg-f'1.Qv'2f ' zrm- . '- . ,f V... . ...p J: :,y,.. 1 rg., f.':fwM'v.', H, Yi., -' L' 1 " ,5. QL' , 5:71.-f11J.7,g. - r f- gs... Q .,--f -,. 554105-H .v..,. . .,- .,-. . - . .L- f .'. Q .-f-.'f '- . 'if " is' ' .E iffqiifg? -4 'Z . TA "ES " 55? 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ETHEL M. SOUTHARD MR. FABER M. BOWMAN MRS. MARGARET P. COLTRANE ' 6 Haculty MRS. ANNIE P. LEMONS MR. RAY M. COMER W' f":".'1f 's ff""fJ"- ,. . 3:7 -I 'ff ' X '-1 1 E2 4 9 " fs W." x , "ii," E' -f-,- 3 FY ur! :Lb-4: ',,,ff,l',l,' -,-NJ" i"i1i':',g. ' , life. '. T .1 .N "1Z..,i5i .X gfiiiiilji - I ,glgfr '11 yf71,'fQvjf:,5'iQ'-' I-.ig - 'ff V- .fr 1 sf. f, -1-in if 'i'-'.lL-1'--: :?"-"-. A'-3-'.N -T-L-:sz -5111.11 :H 17' 1 .-ww ,'.'::.: " T f f '- 1 ' z - 5f'1,'sl:- "'-ai-" 1151!-P i,":2gfJv1H.5'.gEfQ+a9-eq, if-3 fp "H ' ss , - V ' ' , - - - u V 1 -v - -' ' 1- .. ' W-' 5' - , ' ,J xg 5113554 -is mafia, w 2 , ' Y w ' 'z viwsv L5--,J Lg-2. 11 Ame Q.-,J,.'1hQg:i',l:13zeQsiS2T wx. M3223 :I ,1 N , - .-is ,-ji-1',f't:L g,'f'Tug,4 ati 1-if- . -:vs 'A' f1'm.-'q,,. yy -swf?" 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Y I w md w E JUDY LEE ORRELL JERRY LEE PARKER Seniors LINDA LOU PEARMAN JUDY ANN PF-GRAM 1 1 WILLIAM RAY POPE HAROLD EDWARD POWERS S e ni 0 r s GLORIA DIANE PRESTON MILDRED ANN ROBERTS LINDA MAE ROBERTSON 12 Nz! I-1 M . LEAVINA GREY RUTLEDGE X . w RUSSELL WESLEY SOUTHERN, JR. "nN"'D CORNELIUS SOUTHARD CAROLYN LEE THOMAS HYLTON WAYNE TUCKER Seniors MRS. HAL PEGRAM Sponsor 13 x JAMES RAY TUTTLE 11255 . - vi E W 5 A J .Q 3 f gg .. ,,. y l .. e :f Qi 1 , , . .eb fi QL e G, 'gy S ,Im M W A -3 K - .2 , ,M T, ' 1 L .53 Ml My avi 1,43 v N--1 vw 1 I1 P , ,1 , 'f J. 'A if . mb: 1 J - ,,-L .J JV V 'ijt-X ,E ' if "iw ,I " fi ' "H '5 75? i PCWELL SEAGRAVES CAROLYN PEARMAN CAROLYN WHITE GENE YORK YORKIE YORK President Vice-President 56C1'ef-ary Treasurer ReP01'te1' JERRY BROWN GREG DALTON LARRY ELLER BONNIE GANN LARRY SELF JIMMY WILLIAMS KATHLEEN TILLEY 15 Sopfiomores JACK HAWKINS JUDY HOLLAND GENE JONES NORMA LAWRENCE PATSY LAWRENCE JINIMY MARSHALL LYNN MOSELY GAYLE NEAL BETTY REID CLEO ROBERTSON TOMMY SOUTHARD W ge ai 5'-f ,. -' F1 V 'fm 1' in ,- LA WJ 24,195 'vmgfv-V Qr ,v f Q I HH J 1 ,- T. gtg? EF , EQ W Zi5 Qi' N4 We . . N by 4i:f!I7' , ,. . .ai .QI it-'X ll. -KJ Q 1 - 4 V A ' --1 n . " A W my 1 -f WA ek fb, ids N U if "af ' ,W . . -4 1 ,pi W A ,1- I , Q , , 5. IA v eg "1 ' ,.. H Aff .gif ...Q 'v- ld' 7 ,R x i Q ' - 4.2 2- V' r TH J 'ij , Lfifff .54 1.1415 ug" ' 1. , V "2-:nv 35' ,, , A we Ai?'fMf, A Q, . , .lx ai W wif J : Wjapf ' X If 0 X 'T ' A W , U' ,N VY, W .-?' 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JY .ff We X 4 ' "3 ' aa Q L'f MOST COURTEOUS MOST POPULAR Judy Orrell Carolyn Thomas Harold Powers Wesley Southern BEST LOOKING Carol Goins Wesley Southem F RIENDLIES T MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED He afner Judy Pegram , Wesley Southern Bobby Ch11dI'9SS Senior x MOST ATHLETIC Linda Pearman Hylton Tucker Superlafives MOST ORIGINAL Deannie Rutledge Jimmy Tuttle O, ly A iii 1 l , fi 432 I """' .5'fj'J' I . -55 MarsHa1s DIANE PRESTON JUDY PEGRAM h' f C 16 JUDY ORRELL D, A, JUDY LEE ORRELL R. Awar 20 unior - Senior Banquet lf' ggi X ,JV n 1 E I "A Time To Eat And Enjoy." "Tell It Like It 'Tis. " "Good, Ain't It?" n ui-f' ug., fan., - - V! 2 1, .4 May Day King 8 Queen ANN I-IEAFNER and JERRY PARKER v ZZE ,, 'N .N Q 3. .5 S W 2 .f Maid of Honor JUDYPEGRAM A Attendants and Escorts DEANNIE RUTLEDGE, GERALD LEMONS GAYLE NEAL, JERRY BROWN Senior Sophomore SHIRLEY SLATE, JOHNNY PRIVETTE JEANETTE PRESTON, JOE SOUTHERN Junior Freshman CELIA HUDSON and GREG DALTON King and Queen HENRY I-IERMAN THOMAS, II Bagy Harvest gestival Miss Stofeesclale of1962 Q3-T! Q7 ,ga 1 e E .,n W!! MRS. LUCILLE V. PEGRAM LINDA PEARMAN and JERRY PARKER Sponsor Co- Editors 'Nh L Q S, 1 YAGQXEI -ME . Memories Sta ff Steve Heafner . . . . . . . . . . . . .Business Manager Judy Pegram . . . . .... .Activities Editor Diane Preston . . . . . . ..... . .Secretary Linda Garrett. .... .... Li terary Editor Ann Heafner and 'Judy Orrell. . . . . .Art Editors Jimmy Tuttle. . . . . . . . . . Circulation Manager Bobby Childress ............... Sports Editor Student Council WESLEY SOUTHERN . . . . . . . . . . . . President CI-IARLENE KNIGHT. . . . . . . .Secretary SHIRLEY SLATE . . . . . . . . . Vice- President MARTHA COMBS. . . . . . . . .Treasurer Monogram Cluo BOBBY CI-IIIDRESS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .President CHARLENE KNIGHT. . . . . . . . . . Secretary and Treasurer LINDA PEARMAN.....................Vice-President MR. FABER M. BOWMAN...................Advisor 1, Beta DIANE PRESTON . . . JUDY PEGRAM ..... LINDA GARRETT ..... WESLEY SOUTHERN .... .... JUDYORRELI,........ ... President . . . . Vice- President Secretary Tre asurer Reporter .,'fr4.' 1 x' ..1..-' ff? f F . r Q I if 4 ,ia K , .,,. . J V 'sr ,. ' '-'-4--L- ,D ., H 1 ii ff . 4, Kffrg f . f ,7 O 1' :J F 5 f V' ' F, r - F: p -5- Al IZ, l g , S' Q 5 'q I Q 1 P w 1 H -1 v ,, -gl-5,35 ,Mg:.'.5 , . 35, ' ' - mf , W 9-1. ' , o Q Y" --Airy---.2 4 I 7 Y kv VA' 'E Z I. ,Y f X N. ww , 4 . , 'i Y En Y 1' ' .1 1 --f' aj S nf yi i . ""' sa ...Q .vw V ..,.,m Q-'Sf' f fr A , ,- I-Els In 5 22 l All' --Eg 0 mf fm H . -J V H I E xg 5 Q - I . ' f f 3 . - A Y f V . gufure Homemahrs of America SUE HUDSON ....... ........... . . . President ANN HEAFNER, CAROLYN PEARMAN ........ Historians LOUISE LOVETTE.. . .... First Vice-President NANCY HAND, LINDA PEGRAM ............. Reporters CAROL GOINS ..... . . .Second Vice-President: CAROLYN ANGEL ............. ...... S ong Leader SHIRLEY SLATE . . . ............. Secretary GENE CI-IILDRESS ..... . . . Parliamentarian LINDA ROBERTSON .... ............ T reasurer CHARLENE KNIGHT .... . . County Pianist 3uture Harmers of America ' 94 6 'gh i l A we 'I-C, 1, me "4 I ,Nm : x 'ai , , Q, 13 Y .W 3 X...r A I, .ff iii 1 4? is H4 -- -5 ' , 'B iw. W! N , ML ,Nm V5 IL , QE H., 6 1 - wg, N :Ziff I ,, , 5, .94 4. ein jk ..y I G1 Q , 4 ly --1 , ,4- 44.9- Made First Basket in New Gym-Carolyn Lee Thomas. Aimeiics f ww-. if Believed to have made first goal on an open court-Mrs. Zenobia Rumley. --1-w--fr i'QZT,Zif:.:r Pt :I fP-.'-.- 134-fig-,7,3g A ,,- 14 ,.,-f..41-.Q-5 ,gp of ly-4. . Y-5, M3 ',., 1-1,1 L ,WA H4 E. ,,.. . Y'f?f',pifwyq-fae":-:L-., 1-3 33243, D, ,A-1 ,-,, Ai if.-1 L, ,f-I -,v 4-ff.-ss.gsf5:W ' ' . v 1-,r 444- 4--1 -A .1 ff-f ...,4.f3','f..' ' :arf 72. -f ' -, . I AJ 1 5' 0 . . A 25 L. -. .. Er, ., - ff. ,. nf.. . .--,, .Y -, ..,,.f ..-,V , V - ' -f, L iif--fdrf ---L ini-P? 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If r J xH N' H BOBBY CI-IILDRESS HYLTON TUCKER GREG DALTON OSCAR CI-IIIDRESS JIMMY MARSHALL ., sy 6- m wx JIMMY WILLIAMS STEVE HEAFNER JIMMY TUTTLE 101-IN PRIVETTE JOHN RICHARDSON JOE SOUTHERN GREG RUMLEY JERRY PARKER In V5 Basegall fs, ,J I ww X 41 ,' A .nf- n.L r: P v WILLIAM GAULDIN GARFIELD APPLE MR. FABER M. BOWMAN 34 - ANNHEAFNER CHeer1eac1ers GAYLE NEAL E- 1 ,1-v , W , . 1 JUDY PEGRAM BONNIE GANN '-Q' I DEANNIE RUTLEDGE NANCY HAND SHIRLEY F OULKS I x AAA CAROL HoLL1Ns Co- Captain oi A Mrs. Lucille V. Pegram and Kj Mrs. Peggy B. Joyce, Sponsors. LO UISE LOVETTE -A, Chief 35 . ff . 11: .. ,K Q, if . ' ay 1 Q: ' 1, ' IS F 1 A, E ,fji 54.2 3 HF xx, Q Q4 x 5: Q. an V7 '53 ailgpf, 5 Lf. Q-a. fs iii ' 3 -4 X5 , 12 A, X if .54 5 gp gg ,jf A ii L f .3 , Za F Q 7 552 3 -fr 154' -I R Ig?-.1 W in . - Q- A M I W: nr V , r 4 V ' 'v -wk M' 345251, if li '-'dn-f.1:5' 1 41,11 v , '. J ff P 'if-fag?-1 ' ,. , , 1 hl.,' .'l5'4I -,A u -"V 1- -'-u-.' '?""lf Lx:-:. 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Chorus: Hail to thee, our ALMA MATER, Let us pledge anew, QBoysj Let us pledge anew, Faithful, loyal, Willing, service, Stokesdale High to you. in P Class Motto "Lost Time is Never Found Again." Class Colors Blueandwhite Class Poem Our last year is quickly ending, Past, Present and Future are gently blending. Looking back o'er the Past we see, The silver rim of a memory. Days full of work and study and play, Christmas plays, holidays, and dances in May. Upon entering high school, we felt so much older, Both parents and teachers saw that we were bolder. With thanks for the guidance of teachers and friends We're glad that at last we are nearing the bend. We see the unknown Future gleaming And We face it, hoping, dreaming. But our treasured years at Stokesdale I-ligh Shall be remembered as Time goes by. JUDY LEE ORRELL Class Poet ax? A rf KL Class Hlower Red Rose X v f wx S X ,h 2 -1 . ,.,.., LX f O X X- Xl X 1 'I' .X .F ,' , j g o ,f fr 38 East will and Gestament We, the Class of 1962, composed of 29 good, healthy, and ablebodied people, are preparing ourselves for lifc's challenge We regret that we ire le iving the security of our school, but we are looking forward to making it our own. With all this in mind, we make this our Last Will and Testament ARTICLE II. With Appreciation to our teachers for their understanding and guidance given to us, we leave the rest ofthe student body some memories we have ol them Mis. Pegram was one you could never fool, nor could you get away with anything sneaky under her. She told us over and over that senior English n as difficult. It took us all year to find out just how right she really was. We remember the groans we heard from Mr. Joyce. Each time there was noise in the halls, he would come out of the olfice, paddle in hand, ready to give that resotmding whack! We learned from experience that he was harmless. Mr. Comer, could bc found sitting in the office, any hotu' of the day, telling jokes to anyone caring enough to listen II he wasn't in the office, he it is over at the new gym, watering the grass. If he watered it as rnuch as he said he did, that grass would still be floating. You could find Mrs. Southard, anytime you wantedto, in the science lab, giving some poor frog a fit. Mrs. Wesley lemons, our secretary, was the twister of our day. It was always fun to sneak up on her, and catch her in the act Mrs. Bennie Lemons was one for quietness and believe me, she enforced the rule. Mrs. Coltrane could really get mad when her students made Il mess on the clothes that they were making. Mr. Rayle, could be spotted every day at dinner running to break in the lunch line so that he would be sure to get all those butter biscuits The last of our high school teachers is Mr. Bowman. He was everyonc's friend. lf it hadn't been for him, there would hate been no school newspaper, nor would there have been any ball teams. We hope that he enjoyed working with us as much as we enjoyed working with him ARTICLE III. Now that we are leaving Stokesdale High for good, we would like to leave each of you that remain here, some memories of us MILDRED ROBERTS leaves her ability to chew gum in senior English, to Linda Pegram. CAROLYN THOMAS leaves her 39-22-37 stastics to Clara Pcgram. LINDA GARRETT leaves her title as, "Miss Stokesdale, " to anyone who can stand the nervous tension of waiting for the final decis DEANNIE RUTLEDGE leaves her cheerleading suit to, Brenda Walker. BOBBY CHILDRESS leaves his ability to operate the projector to Mrs. Southard. SHIRLEY FOULKS leaves her hot temper to Celia Hudson. CONNIE MCCRORIE leaves her ability to pop gum to anyone who takes a course under Mr. Rayle. WAYNE HAMM leaves his Falcon to Johnny Privette. DONALD SOUTHARD leaves his bookkeeping ability to Arnold Browning. JERRY PARKER leaves Mr. Comer the screw-drivers he has been looking for three years. STEVE I-IEAFNER leaves his baseball suit and chewing tobacco to Jimmy Williams. JUDY ORRELL leaves her Physics book to Dorothy Tucker. ANN HEAFNER leaves her short cheerleading skirt to anyone crazy enough to wear it! GENE CHILDRESS leaves her English book to Judy Holland. LINDA ROBERTSON leaves her typewriter to Jeanette Preston. WESLEY SOUTHERN leaves his Presidency ofthe Student Council to Oscar Childress. JIMMY TUTTLE leaves his ability to sleep the whole algebra period to Lynn Mosley GERALD LEMMONS leaves his ability to work algebra to John Richardson. WILLIAM GAULDIN leaves his U. S. History book to Arnold Browning. RAY POPE leaves his girl friends to anyone who can handle them. JUDY PEGRAM leaves her position as Chief Marshal to Shirley Slate. DIANE I-IAWKINS leaves her ability to faint to Mr. Bowman. SUE HUDSON leaves her bookkeeping book to anyone who wants it. DIANE PRESTON leaves the whirlwind she is planning on making as she heads RONNIE COMBS leaves his algebra book to Jerry Brown. HYLTON TUCKER leaves his Biology book to Larry Eller. LINDA PEARMAN leaves the energy she used up while running up and down the it. ARTICLE IV. out the front door. halls, working on the newspaper and annual, to any one strong enough to stand We do hereby appoint our principal, sole executor ol this our Last Will and Testzirnent. In witness thereof, we the Class of 1962, set to our L-ist Will and Testament, our seal this Second day of June, one thousand nine hundred and sixty-two. 39 LINDA LOU PEA RMAN Testutrix LINDA Lou PEARMAN Class History The long awaited day has finally arrived! Looking around, we see some joy, mingled with much sorrow. We realize we are entering a new phase of life, leaving the old and familiar for the new and unknown. We are hoping the experiences we have gained in our past school years have prepared us for the uncertainties of the future. Because of the past experiences we have gained, we will enter this Lmknown with much zeal and eagerness. But let'us look back for a moment on these experiences. We recall happenings of our grammar grades, some of which were good, and some bad. It all started in September, 1950, with Mrs. Preston as our first grade teacher. Here was our beginning. From this beginning we were separated and united from one grade to the next. Finally we were all together in the eighth grade. The most exciting events of these years were the May Days and our trip to Raleigh. Our entrance into high school was a new experience for us. The different atmosphere requireda change in us. Some of us changed our attitude. We became more serious about our schoolwork-a goal whs to be reached. Our social life underwent quite a change also. Many of us went out for basketball, cheerleading, baseball, and the various clubs. We chose our class officers which were, Judy Pegram, President, Bobby Childress, Vice-President, and jimmy Tuttle, Secretary and Treasurer. We were quite busy to be "green freshmen, " but Mrs. Southard and Mrs. Richardson guided us through the year. In the tenth grade we found we were together, but we were missing quite a few of our classmates. Although we weren't quite so green, we didn't consider ourselves to be "know-it-all" sophomores. Our homeroom teacher, Mr. Rayle, proved to be not only-a good help in our studies, but also in our spiritual lives. For officers we chose Ronald Eller, President, Wesley Southern, Vice-President, Diane Preston, Secretary, and Peggy Payne, Treasurer. Webegan selling utility bags for the Junior- Senior banquet, which we would have to finance in our junior year. Otu' Junior year really flew by. Mr. Rayle, was once again our homeroom teacher. Our class officers were Judy Orrell, President, Wesley Southern, Vice-President, Judy Pegram, Secretary, and Bobby Childress, Treasurer. This proved to be our busiest year, yet. We had to have more money for the junior- Senior banquet. We sponsored the Miss Stokesdale Contest. We gave our first play, REST ASSURED. We sold candy. We also got our class rings. Then we were off for Washington and New York. What a climax for such an eventful year! Now at last we were Seniors. Mrs. Pegram was our homeroom teacher. Wesley Southern was our President, Bobby Childress, Vice-President, and Diane Preston, Secretary and Treasurer. lfwe thought we could relax because it was our last year, we were badly mistaken. The annualwas our big projectthis year. I am sure we will never forget some of our experiences we had selling ads, nor the fun. Some of us began thinking of college and were busy with preparations to get in. Next came our Junior- Senior Banquet, then graduation exercises. We wish to express our appreciation to our principal, our teachers, our friends, and our parents, for the help which we have received these past twelve years. We hope to prove worthy of this help. DIANE PRESTON Class Historian DIANE PRESTON Class Prophecy Ihave the great power of prognostication so give a listen to the whereabouts ofthe members of the 1962 graduating class of Stokesdale High School. STEVE HEAFNER is now making scades of money-robbing banks. I-le had always wanted to join Jesse James's gang. JUDY PEGRAM whose ambition during high school was to become a stewardess is now flying non-stop flights around the world. LINDA PEARMAN who always wanted to become a nurse is now one of Dr. Kildare's highest paid assistants. DIANA PRESTON who was always so intelligent in high school is one of the most popular professors at West Point. CONNIE McCRORIE the career girl, is a hostess in the great Peppermint Lounge in New York. DEANNIE RUTLEDGE, who was always such a good dancer is on a special tour teaching the natives of darkest Africa how to "twist. " ANN HEAFNER is making loads of money as a Power's model in New York. JERRY PARKER is now married to Caroline Kennedy and has just been appointed Attorney General of the U. S. WESLEY SOUTHERN, who finally married Carolyn Angel, has realized that he must leave the girls from Stoneville Alone. JUDY ORRELL is happily married and very content just being a housewife and mother. JIMMY TUTTLE, the twister of our day is now a renownced member of the famous ROCKETTES. LINDA GARRETT is the proud mother of twelve little "Garretts. " HAROLD POWERS achieved his goal at last. He successfully owns eight large dairy farms and a Corvette. BOBBY CHILDRESS, the lover boy, now has his M. A. , B. A. , and his Ph D. GERALD LEMONS, who was the quiet boy of our day is now recording for R. C. A. records. DONALD SOUTI-IARD now owns a plantationg he is boss of 10,000 acres. HY LTON TUCKER, who was always such a great basketball player during high school days, is now playing for the world famous "Globe Trotters. " WAYNE HAMM is now married to Shirley Hancock, after so many years of engagement, and the proud father of five little Hamms. " MILDRED ROBERTS, who was once the champion gum-popper is now a gum inspector for W1-ig1ey's Spearmint. DIANE HAWKINS is very content being the wife of William. LINDA ROBERTSON, who always wanted to be a stock-car driver is now taking Lee Petty's position in the Darlington 500. . RAY POPE who was once a pledged bachelor is now happily married and has his own "little league baseball team. " CAROL GOINS is now happily married to Wayne Martin and lives out-of-town. SHIRLEY FOULK'S red hair has finally paid off. She is now taking Rhonda Flemming 's place in Hollywood. WILLIAM GAULDIN, the race driver of our day, is president of Nascar. He is taking Bill France's place. CAROLYN THOMAS has now won that long sought after title "Miss Spoiled Rotten" of 1972. RONNIE COMBS is picking up extra money modeling for Gerber's Baby Food. GENE CHILDRESS, whose ambition was to become an airline stewardess has settled for the leading role in the "Whirlybirds. " SUE HUDSON, run-arotmd Sue has made headlines as the first woman on the moon. Another group is waiting for my great power. l'll tell you more about the 1962 Seniors in June. CAROLYN LEE THOMAS Class Prophetess CAROLYN LEE THOMAS i 4 'u'Es.iia i is C' Q7 5 Us: gag? N Lim' 'Ql- X Jmmiors and Seniors of 1961 group picture. , 4 if 'eg isis! - . ,. fs: an aarrr i 2 i Mr. Hicks QOur bus driver for the trip to Washingtonj. Overview of New York's tall buildings Snaps Overlooking the Potomac River. Changing of the Guards at Tomb of Unknown Soldier, Washington, D. C. , , N' f i1 '17 ' 7 ,HH"!1H'!ZZx zzsw' ' ,1lTHIIl'! v fin-M -4 fr Y Capitol Building in the background. Seniors of 1961 -in front of Capitol Building. Statue of Liberty White House Hurry, the bus is leaving! .Ju- 5,112 f -A '64 , me - ,id .153 Q Tomb of Unknown Soldier. Mr. Jesse B. Joyce MR. ROBERT WILLIS Guidance Counselor Mr. Bud Reid and Nonie Reid f? an 46 Mrs. Wesley lemons S n a p s Minnie Treadgill, Mrs. Lula Martin, Manager, Ruby Jones. U-S " Q 1 H' Q. L ,-... J S H.. -,f , ., . ., ... rm-fir N..,.......,, .. --Jr W' ll I UI!!! ll 5. i -. - . EW, w n-in 1, 1---.. T Minis, ,em 1 ww. 1-5.92 ff-' A gr: ' .,..g,..,M. ..n5,A.v W ' Tm .'-I ' rdf -. . 1. " H . sims? 'fl-J.4u.v -.V - 1 ,,,,.g..,. 1 -41, Q- sq,-.. L -.v C I as sw an rf as an m 5- U' :sg V K Wm 'X ,459 MR. FRED HUNTER MR. BILLY FLINCHUM MR. JAMES RAYBURN MRS. CASSIE VAUGHN gaculiy MRS. PEGGY JOYCE MRS. JANE ANGEL MRS. MARY LOU PRESTON MRS. RUBY MATTHEWS MRS. MARGIE SHARON MRS. BETTY SHELTON MRS. MARY MONTGOMERY 5. P. Mr. Hun COKER M. COMBS J. FRIDDLE C. FULP S. I.. J. L. F ULP GANN GARRETT GOURUEY N. HANCOCK R. HIATT G. HOIJAND B. KENNEDY B. LEMMONS J. MOENKHAUS M. NORMAN H. PARRISH S. PEGRAM G. PLASTER G. PRIDDY J. SHARRON W. SHARRON A. SCOTT T. SMITH B. SOUTHARD R. - SOUTHERN T. SOUTHERN J. L. TRAWICI5 VAUGHN R. VERNON ter's Class Mr. 31incHum's Class F. ADCOCK D. ANGEL P. L J. J. B. J. R. P. J. P. S. S. B. N. R. J. S. P. J. P. R. S. ANGEL COOK DAC'-ENHARDT ELLER F RIDDLE PULP GAULDIN McGEE MOORE OWENS PEGRAM PEG RAM PRESTON PRIVETTE RICHARDSON ROBINSON SHELTON SHELTON STEVENS WA LKER WILSON YORK Mr. Ray61irn's Class M. coox c. ELLER G. DURHAM N. FREEMAN P. GANN S. GANN B. HAM R. HANCOCK B. HAwKs J. Jmvuss W. JAMES G. MOORE B. NELSON M. PARR1sH T. PEARMAN W. PEOPLES B. PERDUE K. PLASTER S. PLASTER S. PRESTON T. ROBERTSON B. SIMPSON R. SMITH R. SOUTHARD S. SOUTHERN 13. THOMPSON S. VERNON Mrs. UaugHn's Class L ANGEL s. mu K. BEESON M. BROWNING G. CHILDRESS N. COOK D. EDWARDS s. Famous R. GOURLEY R. GRIFFIN W. HAND P. HIEAFNER L HOLLAND D. HUTCHINGS R. HUDSON D. Jomss D. MARSHALL R. NELSON C. PEGRAM W. PRIDDY N. arm M. RICHARDSON R. SHELTON A. STEVENS R. STEWART R. THOMPSON L. VERNON H. wu.uAMs J. WRAY J. YORK 'lx N-V Mrs. Maftliews' Class E. ADCOCK J. ADCOCK A. BRIGGS J. BURKI-LEAD C. COOK D. DACAQNHART C. DALTON S. FERGUSON G. FULP S. HAMM S. HIATT B. 1-1oDsRoox N. JONES M. JONES P. JOYNER M. LEMMONS C. MARSHALL J. MARTIN J. Moszzuay P. NEAL D. NELSON R. NORMAN w. PDARMAN M. PEEPLES M. PEGRAM D. srzvms P. SHELTON K. SOUTHARD E. TILLEY T. TUCKER J. VERNON L. wn.uAMs A. WILSON R. WILLIAMS Mrs. SHarron's Class R. BAILEY D. BEESON D. BERRY J. FREEMAN T. FULP D. GREESON D. GARNER L HIATT T. HOLLAND E. HAWKS V. HAMM D. JONES J. JOYNER L KNIGHT J. MARSHALL P. IVIARTIN R. MOORE H. NEAL I.. NORMAN S. PARISH S. PEARMAN L. REID C. REID C. SOUTHERN K. SOUTHERN B. SOUTHARD R. SOUTHARD T. THOMPSON D. TUTTLE J. THOMSPON R. VANHOY A. VAUGHN M. WILSON S. WHITE Mrs. SHelton's Class P. ANGEL R. ANGEL R. BAILEY P. BLACKBURN P. BONDURANT K. CALHOUN A. COOK K. FREEMAN 1. HIATT M. HIATT K. GAULDIN L. COINS K. HUDSON R. JOYNER 1. usa D. NEAL R. PARRISH 13. PEEPLES S. PEORAM 1. PRESTON V. Row1AND R. ROWLAND B. RYALS M. SHARON c. SOUTHARD K. STEWART C. THOMAS THOMPSON F. TILLEY R. TYSOR A. VAUGHN D. WALKER Mrs. Montgomery? Class K. ALLEY c. BULLOCK R. EVERETT J. FRIDDLE s. OARRETT s. HAMM S. JAMES 1. JOYNER C. IEMMONS v. PEARMAN K. PEGRAM P. PEGRAM T. PERDUE c. POPE J. PRESTON K. RUMLEY c. SMITH 1. SOUTHERN K. VERNON L. WILLIAMS D. BLACKBURN F. COOK C. FRIDDLE C. GAUIDIN R. GRIFFIN R. HOLLAND 5. SHELTON B. SOUTHERN M. WILLIAMS Q' Mrs. joy R. BURKNART C. CALHOUN D. Fuucs T. GRAY P. HUTCHINGS K. JONES P. JONES C. LESTER M. LOVETTE D. MARUN s. MARsHALL S. MOGEE P. MOORE M. NEAL M NEAL M. NELSON D. PEARMAN L. PEGRAM J. PEGRAM T. PEGRAM K. PERDUE P. POPE R. PRESTON S. RATCLIFFE B. SCOTT K. SOUTHARD R. SMITH J. THOMAS R. WALKER S. WESTMORELAND K. WILSON L YOUNG Mrs, Ang B. ANGEL K. ANGEL R. ANGEL G. CHARLES R. HANCOCK J. HARRELL P. HUDSON R. HUTCHINS B. JONES B. JONES R. JOYNER M. MCBRIDE J. PEGRAM F. PRIDDY J. Ran: D. RICHARDSON R. RIGGS R. ROWLAND D. SOUTHARD S. STEWART P. Tucxan G. TYSOR D. VAUCHN E. WALKER H. YOST ce's Class el's Class c Mrs, Preston's Class 1. ANDERSON c. BAILEY D. BURKHART M. cox R. CHAPMAN c. FREEMAN D. FRLDDLE A. GARRETT G. 1-IIATT s. HOLBROOK s. LAWSON G. LESTER c. MARSHALL D. MARTIN A. MCDOWELL J. Mormon D. MOOREFIEID T. MOSLEY B. NUCKLES L. PAYNE L. PEARMAN x. PEGRAM T. PRULT1' D. RATCLLFFL L. ROWIAND L. scoTT s. WALSH L LL L L... .. 'Y L LL LL LLLL if N L 'Ls' LL LLL L ' Ny.: 51 Senior Directory SHIRLEY ANN FOULKS F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 F. T. A. 3, 45 Glee Club, 1, 3, 45 News- paper Staff, 1, 2, Society Editor, 25 Class Play, 35 Li- brary Club, 25Superlative, 45 Cheerleader, 45 Monogram Club, 4. WILLIAM RAY POPE Basketball, 2, 3, 45 F. T. A. 2, 3, 45 Monogram Club, 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club, 3, 45 Bus Driver, 3,45 Baseball, 1. HAROLD EDWARD POWERS Basketball, 15 Monogram Club, 1, 2, 3,45 F. F. A. 2, 3, 4, President, 3, 45 Superlative, 45 Class Play, 35 Bus Driver, 3, 4. LINDA MAE ROBERTSON F.H.A. 1,2, 3, 4, Treasurer, 45 F. T. A. 3, 4, Vice- President, 45 Basketball, 1, 25 Monogram Club, 1,2, 3, 45 Glee Club, 1,2, 3, 45 Miss Stokesdale. Contest, 4. RUSSELL WESLEY SOUTHERN, JR. Basketball, 1,2,3,45 Baseball, 1,25 Track, 15 Library Club, 15 Monogram Club, 1,2, 3, 45 Newspaper Staff, 1, 2, 3,4, Vice-President of Class, 3, 45 Student Council, 3, President, 45 Class Play, 35 F. F. A. 25 Superlative, 45 Beta Club, 3,45 Bus Driver, 3, 4. HYLTON WAYNE TUCKER Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 45 Monogram Club, 1, 2, 3, 45 F. F. A. 2, 3, 45 Superlative, 4. JAMES RAY TUTTLE Basketball, 35 Baseball, 2, 3,45 Monogram Club, 2, 3,45 F. F. A. 2, 3, 45 Secretary and Treastu-er, 15 Superlative, 4. LINDA LOU PEARMAN Basketball, 1,2, 3, 4, Captain,4,AIl-County, 3,4, Most Valuable, 3, Monogram Club, 1,2, 3, 4, Vice-President, 45 Glee Club, 1,2, 35 Pep Club, 2,35 Most Athletic, 45 Best All Around, 45 Newspaper, 1, 2, 3, 45 Sports Editor, 2, Sports Editor, 3, Assistant Editor, 4, Editor5 Class Play, 35 Library Club, 1, 25 F. H. A. 1, 25 Co-Editor, 45 Testatrix, 4, F. T. A. 3. GLORIA DIANE PRESTON Basketball, 1, 3, 45 Monogram, 2, 3, 45 Library Club, 2, 35 Newspaper Staff, 3, 45 Superlative 4, F.H. A. 1, 2, 35 Glee Club, 1,25 Class Play, 35 Beta Club, 3, 4, President, 45 Class Officers- Secretary2, Secretary- Treasurer,45 Annual Staff, 45 Historian 45 Marshal, 3. MILDRED ANN ROBERTS Class Play, 35 Glee Club, 1,2, 3, 45 F. I-I. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 F. T. A. 3,45 4-H Club, President, 1, Secretary, 25 Miss Stokesdale Contest, 1, 45 Halloween Queen, 25 Pep Club, 1, 3, 45 Library Club, 1, 3. JUDY ANN PEGRAM F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 F. T. A. 3, 45 Library Club, 1, 2,35 Mon- ogram Club, 45 Newspaper Staff, 1, 2, 45 Beta Club, 3, 45 Class Officer, President 1, Secretary 35 Superlative, 45 Annual Staff, 45 Cheerleader, 45 Chief Marshal, 35 May Day Attendant, 35 Maid of Honor, 4. CAROLYN LEE THOMAS Basketball, 1, 3, 4, Co-Captain 45 Glee Club, 1, 2, 3,45 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Historian 3, 45 F. T. A. 1, 35 Monogram Club, 1, 2, 3, 45 Newspaper Staff, 1, 2, 3, 4, Editorial Writer 2, Sports Editor 3,45 Library Club, 1, 2, 3, Vice- President 45 lst Runner-up in Miss Stokesdale Contest 45 Student Council 2, 3, Representative 2,Class Representa- tives M9S12 Popular 45 Pep 'Club 2, 3, 45 A11111121 Prophetess 4. ' JERRY LEE PARKER Student Council, 15 Newspaper 1, 25 F. F. A. 2, 3, 4, Offi- cer 2,45 Baseball, 2,3,45 Basketball, 25 Bus Driver, 35 Monogram, 2, 3,45 Class Play, 35 Annual Staff, 45 May King, 4. CAROL GENE GOINS Cheerleader, 35 Superlative 45 F. H. A. 1,2, 3, 4, Vice- President, 45 Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 45 F. T. A. 35 Library Club, 45 Miss Stokesdale Contest, 35 Pep Club, 2, 3. JOSEPH WAYNE HAMM Basketball, 25 F. F. A. 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 35 Monogram Club, 2, 3, 45 Bus Driver, 3,4. KAREN DIANNE I-IAWKINS Glee Club, 1, 2, 35 F. H. A. 1, 2, 35 F. T. A. 3, 45 4-H, 1, 2, Song Leader, 15Vice-President, 25 Basketball,15Mon- ogram,. 1, 25 lvliss Stokesdale Contest, 1, 45 Pep Club, 1, 3. MALAYDAN ANN HEAFNER F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Officer, 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club, 1,2, 3, 45 Monogram Club, 3, 45 Cheerleader, 3, 45 May Queen, 4. STEVE ALLRAN HEAFNER Spanish Club, 25 Baseball, 3,45 Student Council, 3,45 Monogram Club, 3,45 Class Play, 35 Superlative, 45 Annual Staff, 45 Harvest King, 3. GERALD GLENN LEMONS Basketball, 15 Monogram, 15 F. F. A. 2,3, Reporter for F. F. A. , 35 May Day Attendant, 4. RUBY GENE CHILDRESS F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Parliamentarian 45 F. T. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, President 45 Glee Club,1,2,3,45'Miss Stokesdale Contest, 4. WILLIAM OLIVER GAULDIN Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 45 Monogram Club, 1,2,3, 45 F. F. A. 1, 2, 35 Secretary of F. F. A. 25 May Day Attendant 2. BEATRICE SUE HUDSON F. I-I. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball, 1, 25 Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 45 Monogram Club, 1, 2, 3,45 President of F. H. A. 45 2nd Vice-President, 35 F. T. A. 35 Halloween Candidate, 1, 35 Pep Club, 2,3. CONNIE MARIE MCCRORIE Basketball, 2, 3, 45 Monogram Club, 2, 3, F. H. A. 1, 25 Class Play, 35 Glee Club, 1, 25 Student Council Repre- sentative, 35 Library Club, 2. JUDY LEE ORRELL F. I-I. A. 1, 25 Basketball Scorekeeper 1, 35 Library Club, 1, 25 Glee Club, 1, 25 F. T. A. , 3,45 Student Council, 35 Class President 35 D. A. R. 35 Marshal, 35 Beta Club, 3, 45 Annual Staff, 45 Newspaper Staff, 45 Class Poet, 4. LINDA BENNETT GARRETT May Day Attendant 15 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Play 35 Monogram Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Future Teachers 1, 2, 35 Annual Staff 45 Student Council 1, 3, Secretary 1, and President 35 F. H. A. 1, 2, Songleader, 3, lst Vice-President, 4, President5 Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, Chief5 Pep Club 1, 35 Miss Stokesdale Contest, 2, lst rtmner-up. DONALD CORNELIUS SOUTHARD F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, 45 Newspaper Staff 1. LEAVINA GRAY RUTLEDGE F. H. A. 1, 2, 35 F. T. A. 1, 25 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Mono- gram Club 1,2,3,45 Class Play, 35 Most Original 45 Cheer- leader 2, 3, 4, Basketball 15 Miss Stokesdale 2, 35 News- paper 3, 4, Co- Editor 45 May Day Attendant 2, 45 Library Club 35 Pep Club 1, 2, 3,4. NtAXINE'S BEAUTY SHOP ' WILLIAMS GARAGE Phone MI 3-4403 L A Phone Ml 3-3735 t Stokesdole, North Corolinci Stoke-sdale, North Carolina ee I Blackburn Goodwill Service Groceries And Service Station Highway 158 PEARlVlAN'S GRILL t AND TRUCK STOP BELEWS CREEK LUMBER l Home couched Meals l Steak ond all kinds of sondwlche Phone LY 5-6886 421, One mile eost of Kernersviile North Cczrolino i Compliments BUW5 PLACE BLACKBURN INSURANCE Groceries ond Drinks v ' E Phone MI 3-4370 Phone MI 3-4805 I V Stokesdcule, North Ccirolincz 5 KENOCO SERVICE STATION Phone MI 3-9972 Stokesdale, North carolina owner, Ed Shelton Compliments SMITH DRUG STORE Phone Ml 3-3331 Stokesdale, North Carolina Compliments of BlLL'S GULF SERVICE Compliments of FULP'S OIL COMPANY Compliments of VAUGHN'S DEPARTMENT STORE Phone Mi 3-4538 Stokesdale, North Carolina STOKES DALE HARDWARE CO Hardware, Building Material Shoes, Clothing, Dry Goods, Plumbing, Seeds, Farm Machinery And Electrical Appliances Phone Ml 3-34lI Stokesdale, North Carolina Compliments of CARL 8: DAISY Groceries, Gas 8. Hot Sandwiches C 8: S FURNITURE 8: APPLIANCE STORE M.E. Collins, Manager Madison, North Carolina Compliments of Stokesdale Commercial Bank Member of F. D. l.C. Stokesdale, North Carolina O l-IAVVKINS GRILL lVlOSELEY'S SERVICE STATION Plate Lunch, Sandwiches and Drinks Esso Gas and Oil Tires and Tubes Phone BR-4-2771 4l6 North Eugene Street Phone Ml 3-9902 Greensboro, North Carolina Stokesdale, North Carolina Evelyn's Coffee Shoppe Plate Steaks Lunches Chicken Sandwiches Highway 158 "if you can't stop- smile - as you go by." HENRY'S DANCELAND AND RESTAURANT SHARQNIS E550 Stolcesdale, North Carolina Highway 220 North of For the finest in Food and entertainment Greensboro, North Carolina Live Combo every Friday and Saturday Night 57 MAD I SON LU MBER COMPANY GOLDEN GATE BARBER SERVICE Phone 280 Professional Hair Styling II5 West Hunter Street . Catering To Men and Women, All Ages A . . . Quality Considered, We Are Never ppolnggigl Desired Undersold. COMER'S STUDIO OF Photography I26 East Murphey Street Madison, North Carolina MACK'S 5-10-25 STORE Madison, North Carolina Telephone 9614 MCMILLAN FURNITURE CO. Compliments of Home ot Qualify TUTTLE CHEVROLET INC. I Phone 461 Furniture At Lowest Price 117 goufh Market Sfreef Madison, North Carolina HOWARD'S ECONOMY STORE Compliments of Phone IO9 Madison, North Carolina Ladies' and Children's Wear Compliments ot Compliments of R. A. PATTERSON Bl" Pegg' Mmger Stokesclole, North Corolincz FIVE QAKS DANCE HALL HILTON SERVICE AND GROCERY Stokesclole, North Corolincu Phone Ml 3-4490 Qpemfed by O. O. Williams Stokesdczle, North Ccrolino Compliments of MAD I SON, NORTH CAROLINA Compliments of P a r k a n d S h o p Compliments of Moyoclcln, North Ccurolincn MADISON RESTAURANT Moclison, North Cclrolino 59 Compliments of N 8: W ESSO SERVICE Compliments of AUTO SUPPLY Compliments of BOBBY'S AMERICAN SERVICE Compliments of STARVIEW SALON PIEDIVIONT JEWELERS I FRANKLIN DRUG STORE R.E. Franklin P. O. Box 975 2I5O Lowndole Dr Greensboro, Norfh Cczrolino Greensboro Coca-Col a Bottling Comp any ig: '13 ..,...,. 5 NOW you'Ve got S il X x A comlngl It Greensboro -f 'EJ North Carolina GHEENSBUHU lv USEU 60 RAY FUNERAL HOME, INC. Vance H. Ray Steve J. Ray Ray Mutual Burial Association Inc . Phone 281 Maclison, North Carolina Aumo AND ELECTRONICS co. '232 South Greene Street Compliments of I Greensboro, North Carolina AL BEACH S, HOUSE OF HAIR ,HHH ' ll 0 We appreciate your patronage EUEHEAIINO W : Allll ou-nu-mu. IT'S PEPSI FOR THOSE WHO THINK YOUNG Visit our new modern plant 33l7 Spring Garden Street 61 COB LE S PORTI NG GOODS J' R' "Everything For The Sportsmcin " Mcidison, North Corolino Greensboro, North Corolino BLUE BELL, INC. Kernersville Lumber Company Dealers in all kinds of building supplies Phone 993-2144 Kernersville, North Carolina FRED'S GULF SERVICE Gos ond Oil Phone Ml 3-3735 Stokesclole, North Corolincu KERNER SV l l.l.E .IEVVELER S Phone 338T T06 North Mcxin Street Kernersville, North Corolino THE JEWEL BOX Credit Jewelers T34 South Elm Street DORRENE'S BEAUTY SHOP Phone Ml 3-4lT2 Stokesclcale , North Corol ino . Air-Conditioned Greensboro, North Corolmo KAY JEWELERS A To All America our' Two Stores in Greensboro To Serve Your Every Jewelry Need 239 South Elm Street Northeast Shopping Center Compliments of BARTH'S Men's oncl Young Men's Shop Golden Gote Shopping Center Greensboro, North Corolino f0'Y ,-ning ,110 I L b 'i i ff' , SDWJ fa , 5 Noilsing does T4 like Seven-Upfo - Enjoy A 7-Up "Float" Seven-Up ond lce Creom C. D.- DOSS Super Texaco Service U. S. Highway 220 YATES NURSEY SCHOOL Madison, North Carolina LAWSON'S GULF SERVICE Fred Lawson Phone Ml 3-996i Summerfield, North Carolina HART HARDWARE COMPANY "Your G. E. Store" Greensboro, North Carolina STARLING'S ESSO SERVICENTER Phone 2-72-9I9I Cornwallis and Church Street Greensboro, North Carolina CAS H FEED STORE Kenneth L. Greenfield Manager Feed - Seed - Fertilizer Wayne Feeds For Poultry and Livestock Kernersville, North Carolina Compliments of P 8: N 5 gf 10 AND DEPARTMENT STORE Kernersvi I Ie , North Carol ina ALSTON POULTRY 8. PRODUCE CO. Phone 2-4995 723 West Lee Street Compliments of MADISON ESSO J.E. SIMPSON SPARKLE CARWASH HAROLD SMITH'S SUNOCO Bf- MARSHALL PINNIX DRUG STORE MOTHER 8. DAUGHTER "On The Square Since 1904" LR' ROBERTS Phone 993-2179 KeI'l'leI"SViiie, iXiOl'i'i'1 CCIl'Oiil'lG Complimenfs of "Your Homefown Dairy" V Ship'n Shoree' The Blouse Reminiscent to All Ages Congrofulcnfions W. H. STOTT 8: ASSOCIATES o Greensboro, N. 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