Thomasville High School - Growler Yearbook (Thomasville, NC)
- Class of 1951
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THE 1951 GRQWLER
The Annual Staff
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CHARLES ANNA SK121iN
AN N E MURPHX'
OF TREASURED MEMORIES
FROM US TO YOU
' MR. L. D. SHEALY, SR.
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For twelve years Coach Shealy's name has been synonymous with clean sportsmanship,
fair play, and honest efforts in both athletics and academic training. No student who
has come under his influence can help feeling the impact of his personality.
During the years that Conch Shealy has heen in Thomasville every phase of athletics
in the school has been strengthened through his constant effort to improve the athletic
program. Many trophies and honors have heen won by tenms and individuals under
Quiet and unassuming in manner, Coach Shealy never seeks the limelight, but
generously gives his time and efforts to others. As a small gesture of appreciation of
him and his strong influence for good, we wish to dedicate this f our 1951 Gmzvf
-fr to Mr. L. D. Shealy, Sr.
MR. G. H. ARNOLD
MR. XV. S. HCJRTON
BUARD OF EDUCATION
lefi lo right: Dr. R. L. McDonald and Mr. G. H. Arnold.
feff fo rigbl: Mr. XV. O. Weldon, Mr. H. NW. Beck, Mr. Ernest Harrell, and
MISS BETTE ALLISON
MRS. E. C. BURRUS
MR. RUFUS G. PLONK, JR.
C077Z71l6l'fif1l and Sofia! Srienfe
MISS MARGARET ELLEN
MISS E. BAIN JOHNSON
Englifh and joizrnalimz
MR. LAWRENCE E. PAIGE
MR. LEE MILLER
MRS. JAMES D. OLIVER
MISS BETTY MARIE WELCH
MR. G. M. EARGLE
MISS VERA DIXON
MR. CHESTER LITWIN
MISS ELEANOR HAUSER
Pl1y.fiml Edmvztimz and Social Sfiefzce
MR. IVAN WELBORN
Gwzeml Sfielzfe mm' Clm11i.ff1'y
Y .M s MILDRED EATON
gfifh and Sofia! Sviefzfe
bu fy X MR. HARDY HENRY
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MISS ILA L. I-IENSLEY
MISS NAOMI HOWIE
MR. L. D. SHEALY
Mufhenmtiff and Phyfjml Edzfmliruz
MRS. T. J. COVINGTON
MISS LAURA NEECE
Ezzgliyb and Frezzvh
MRS. LUCILLE HANES
MRS. JOYCE GORDON
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First Rauf, left 10 right: Josie Grimes,
Treasurerg Pat Shuford, Secretary.
Sefofzd Roux' Doyt johnson, Viee-Presi-
dentg Donald Moore, President,
Bonnie Sue Taylor
Mrs. T. Covington
Miss Mildred Eaton
Miss Bain johnson
H1sToRYioP SENIOR CLASS
Enthusiastically, the class that was to go down in
history as the class of 1951 entered high school.
We were excited about meeting new friends and
the wonderful act of changing classes. Soon we
settled down and became an inseparable part of
the Thomasville High School family. Our class
brought together more redheads to T. H. S. than
has ever been recorded in the history of the school.
Miss Neece was fortunate to teach everyone of
them during her seventh period English class.
This class she indulgently called her Redheaded
During our freshman year rewards were given
to various individuals. Mildred Wilson received
five dollars for her theme on Hou' and Why Wfe
Should Srzfegzzard Again!! Beverage Alcohol.
In the sports world, a midget basketball tourna-
ment was sponsored for the first time in Thomas-
ville High School. Those 'who helped Thomasville
win second place were: Doug Callicutt, Richard
McLendon, Bob Myers, Tommy Beard, Bobby
johnson, Bill Connell, Dewey Wlelborn and Doug
Childress. The boys did very well in baseball,
also. Their team went undefeated. Boys on this
team were: Bobby Johnson, Bill Connell, Tommy
Beard, Bobby Myers and Richard McLendon.
The chief executive of our class that year was
Becoming wise Sophomores at last, we felt very
important. A high spot in the activities this year
was the Sophomore party. Bobby Myers, Tommy
Beard, Doug Childress helped to put Thomasville
High School's midget team into the spotlight
again by winning first place in the tournament.
They also won the sportsmanship trophy. Donald
Moore received the honor of making the varsity
football team. Daney Melton did likewise by mak-
ing the girls' varsity basketball team. '
Paul Berrier was chosen as our president this
We entered into our Junior year happily and
excitedly. This was a very busy year. Our class
officers for this year were Donald Moore, presidentg
Guy Melton, vice-presidentg Mildred Wilson, sec-
retary, Bertha Poole, treasurer.
A few of the high spots of our activities were
the junior-Senior Prom. The theme used for the
prom was Starlight Room. This helped make the
evening a success.
In the field of music, we were very proud of
Allen Wlalter May, Al Boyles, Jr., and jimmy
Yokely for receiving an excellent rating at a district
contest in Salisbury.
In basketball we were proud of Daney Melton
and Bobby Johnson for making the Girls' and Boys'
varsity basketball team, respectively.
Anne Murphy and Daney Milton were our dele-
gates to Girls, State during the summer before our
senior year. Tex Sluder and james Garrison were
delegates to Boys' State. Tex Sluder was elected
Secretary of State by the boys attending the con-
We entered our last year with a feeling of hap-
piness and of anxiety for the future events mingled
with a feeling of sadness and regretfulness. Donald
Moore was elected our chief executive. 'Other of-
ficers were Doyt johnson, vice-president, Patsy
Shuford, secretary, and Josie Grimes, treasurer.
Our football team made history this year by
defeating Children's Home. This was the first time
this had ever been done.
Sports, studies, elections, senior play, kids' day,
junior-Senior Prom and finally commencement
filled most of our time for the year.
Daney Melton, Historian
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BISHOP BOYLES, JR.
Future Honienmkers of America 15 Drainaties Club 2:
Library Club, President 33 Student Council, Cu-Chairman ol'
Svliool Beautiful f'0lllllllttB6 ,tg Marshal -1: Future Teauliers
of America. Historian 3. President -13 Tri-lli-Y 4: Co-Cliair-
man of Entertainment Connnittee for Junior-Senior Prom 3.
lli-Y l. 41 Audio-Visual Eduuation Club 1: Basketball 1, 2,
IS. 1: Baseball l. 2. 3. 4: llolnerooln Secretary and 'Treasurer
33 Fur-is and I-'un Stati' 3. 1: Quill und Scroll 1: Holnerooln
Soplunnore Class President: Delegate to State Student
Council Congress 2: Audio-Visual Education Club 1: H-Y
1. 4: Drainatics Club 2. 3. President 3: Revreation Colninittee
2: Chairman of Rem-reation Conunittee 35 Co-Chairman of
Inter-Scholastic' and Public Relations Coniniittee 4: Marshal
L: Fnvfs and Frm Staff 3, 4: Quill and Svroll. Vice-President
I: Student Council 2. 3. 4: Inside 'I'ra1Tiv Patrol 2: Varsity
Football 3, 4: Junior liotarian -11 National Honor Society l.
Audio-Visual lflduvation Club :ig Student Council 4: Home!
rooni Devotions Chairinan tg Reporter for "Higl1spots of
lll'2llllillflL'S Club lg Debating: Club 4.
Al Boyles, Jr.
Band 1, 2. 3. I-. President 3: Grozlflvr Staff 2, 3, Treasurer
-I: lllee Club RL: Student Couneil 2, 3. -l-1 C0-Cllillflllilll of
Attendance Conunittee 3. L: lieereation Committee 2: Midget
liasketball 33 Wild Five: Delegate to Student Standard Con-
Football 1. 2. 3. iz F.F.A. 1. 2. Treasurer 2: Audio-Visual
lfldueation Club 3: Bible Club, Vice-President 4: Library
Club. President I.
llonierooin Secretary 1, ,Lg Hoineroom Treasurer 21 'l'ri-Hi-
Y 2. -1: KCCI'0iltlUll2ll Reading: Club for Vifednesday. President
3: llible Club. President tg Library Club. Vice-President 4:
lloinerooin Secretary -4: Nlzirslial 4.
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Basketball 1. 2. 3. 8: Basketball. Football. and Baseball
Manager 3. 4: Baseball 1: Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. 4: Student Cmiucil
3. t: Audio-Visual l"lllll1'2ltlIlll l: Drammtics Club 1, Vice-
Prcsiclent 1: I'lOIlleI'00lll Vice-l'1'csicler1f 2.
Dl'illll5ltlCS Club 2: Reading: RCl'l'02ltlUIlill Club 3: Divcrsiilccl
llouuwouln S9l'l'Ct2ll'Y 1: llnmmlivs Club 1: llaskeilmll l:
R1-:ailing Club 2: Tri-Hi-Y tg Future Ilunleiuakcrs of Alll0l'll'1l
Mary Lou Cauble
linux! 1. 2, 3. lg Future lloiuoumkers nf America 1. 2, 35:
Vivo-l'l'0si1lei1t 1: Mills Home Choir QS. 1.
'l'ri-Hi-Y 3: Bible Club l: Aucliu-Visual Educulirm 2: Diversi
tied Occupation 4: Reading: Vluh 3.
Hi-Y 1. 1: Audiu-Visual l'lllll02ltl0ll Club 1: Midget Basket
ball 2, 3: Rezuliug Club 3.
.Ll1lll0'VlSlllll l4iKlll1'illlUll Club 1: Iluuzl 1. 2.
Football 1. 2. 3, -I: lluskutbull 1. 2. 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2. 3, 4
llomeroom Presixlcut 23 Audio-Visual Education Club 1
Drnluzltics Club 1: l'rL-siilout I: Hi-Y 1. 41 Scrgcalllt-:lt-Arlm
'l'ri-Hi-Y l: l'hotng:rapliy Club 4: Bible Club Vt: First Aid and
Safety Club 2: Treasurer 4.
Football 1. 2, 3, Captain -L: Future Farmers of America Club
1, 2: Basketball 3, 4: Baseball 2, 3, -1: Library Club 3.
Glee Club 1. 2, 3. 1: Trio 2. 3: Quartet 2.
Study Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
DOWNEY, R. DOWNEY, V.
Hi-Y l: Diversitied Occupation 3. at.
l-lihle Club, Vice-President 3: Ili-Y 4: Senior Dminaties -1.
Future Farmers nf America 1. 2. Vice-President 1: Football:
Basketball: Baseball: Diversified Occupation 1.
Hoinerooni President 3: Honieroom Treasurer 4: Drum
Majorette for Mills Home Band 3, 4: Mills Home Choir 1,
2. 3. 1: Basketball 1: Softball 1.
langlisli Club 1: Future llUllll'lllilkL'l'S nf America flub 1. :L
Secretary 2. Delegate to Statc Rally 2: Bible Club :iz First
Aid and Safety Club. Secretary L: Sportsmansliip and Serv-
ice Club L
Mary Louise Eller
Library Club 2. 3: Diversified Occupation i
Don Ray Eritts
Divci'sitio.-cl Occupation l.
Y-Teens 1: Tri-Hi-Y 2. 31 First Aid and Safety Club 2. 31
Flag Carriers 3. 'tg Hnmeronin 'Vrcasurcr 2g Homeromn Vice-
President 33 Diversified Occupation I.
l-'nntball 2. 3. 1: Basketball 2. 3. 4: Baseball 2. 3: Future
Farmers of America Z. 3: National Honor Society 1.
llumeroom Secretary and Treasurer 1: Dramaties Club 1. 3:
Faris rind Fun Staff 1. Zi, 1: Student Council 2, 3, tg Chair-
man of Clubs Committee 25 Co-Chairman of Health Room
Committee 31 Cn-Chairman of Inter-Scholastic and Public
Relations Committee 1: lllee Club 2: Flag-Bearer 3: Tri-Hi-Y
3, iz Cllillrlllilll of Publicity Committee 3, 1, Secretary I-1
Senior Class Treasurer 1: Homerunm Secretary 'tg Uilice
Committee ti-3 Library Committee 4: Sportsmanship and
Service Club 1: Quill and Scroll 4: Program Committee for
Junior-Senior Prom 3: Delcgate to North Carolina Student
Congress 2: B.I'.VV. Girl.
Ill-X L: Audio-Xlsual luducatlnn Club 3: xlilllhfllillll Klub :ig
lliversiticd Occupation ig Bible Club 3.
Amlio-Yifual Education Club 1: Bible Club 33 First Aid and
Safety Club ig Library Club 1.
HARRISON HARTSELL HILL, .IEANETTE HILL, JOYCE
HILLIARD HIX HUFFMAN IVEY
f Peggy Harrison Bettie Hilliard
SIIIIIUIII,CUllIll'lI1 Svlluul Bc-nutit'ul Cuuuuittm-0 2: Clmirmzm Ilruluaitics. l'rvsinI0ut 15 Iluskctlmll 1. 2: Tri-Ili-Y 1. 2:
I ul' Svlurul llozlutiful COIIIIIIIIIOL' Il: fIIlAfIll1lll'lll1ill of Clubs S0l'I'fSlPll'Y ut' Ilumoroom 1. 2: Sturlcut Cnuuvil 1: Aurliu-
Cmuumittcc I: Y-'l'00us 1: 'I'ri-Ili-Y. Cllillllflill 3. 'IZ Dl'2llll2lti1'S Visual Eclllvzltiml 2. 3: lim-auliug Club 25: Arts and Crafts
2: Fm-fs mul Fun Stuff 3: SIJIIIWSIIILIIISIIID :uul Service Club Club 3: Bible Club -Ig Divclwitlenl 0CCllD1ltI0ll 4.
W I: Arts and Crafts Club 2: Class 'I're:isurcr.
DOIISIIIS I-IIHGISCII lisuul 1. 2. ti. I. Seuretury Si: 1"ll1'tS1IllII1 Fun Stall' 1: Dru-
lli-Y 1: Aucliu-Yislinil EIIIICSIIIUII 1: Druluntim-s 2: First Airl IWIIIVS UNI, 13 V109 UPI' 23 3- 11 5111110111 IUUUVII 2- 3- 11
I :xml Safety Club 33 First Aid :xml Safety Club 43 l'l1otug- """U'l"" sniff 11 Debflflllii UNIV 4-
rapby Club 1.
I I Edgar Huffman
JCLIIICIIC IIIYY l. I: l4'outbull 2. 3. Ig 3I1lll0gl'llIll Club Ii. 1: l-'irst Aid I
I :nul Safety 3. I
I Joyce Hill I
I Y-'ll-cus 1: Allllltl-XIISUIII l'llllll'Slll0Il 1: SoL'1'A't:lry of Suplm- Joan Icy
, more Class: lliblc Club 31 llmueromu IlIl'L'2lSlIl'Cl' 32 Ulllcu 'I'ri-Ili-Y 1. 21 Auclio-Visual l'lilllCiltl0ll Club I. 2: Divcrsiticml
Club Treasurer I. fll'l'llIlIltlUll 3. I.
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JARRELL JOHNSON, B. JOHNSON, D. KANOY
KENNEDY LITTLE MAY MCLENDON
Sam Jarrcll Carolyn Kennedy
Midget Basketball I. 2: Basketball Il. ,tg Baseball 31 F.F,A. Y-Teens lg l,l'illlHltlCS 1. 21 Arts and Crafts 21 'treasurer of
Club 1, 2. Ilolneroom :lg Ottico Club and Committee R: Bible Club 3:
Ili-Y l. -L: President of Freslunan Class lg Audio-Visual
lflduration Club lg Outside Patrol lg Varsity Baseball 1, 2.
:L 12 Varsity Basketball tl, -tl Student Count-il 1. 2. 3. 4.
Sergzeant-at-Arms 2: Monogram Club 1. 2. il. 4: Chairman of
Lost and Found Committee 3.
Student Couueil l. 2. 3. 4: Homeroom President 1: Ili-Y 1:
Audio-Visual lg Co-Chairman of Health Room 21 llramativs
2: Assistant Manager of Student Store 3: Managzer of Stu-
dent Store lt: Vice-President ot' Class tg Forts and Full
Martha .lane Kanoy
Y-Teens I: Dranmtics 23 Arts and Crafts, Treasurer 2: Co-
Clllllflllllll of Auditorium Committee Il: School Beautiful
Committee 3: Elections Committee 3: Student Count-il 3. -1,
'Treasurer 1: Tri-Hi-Y, Co-Chairman of Publicity. Vice-
President -1: Otlicc Committee 4: Sportsmanship and Service
Club. President 4: Treasurer of Honu-room.
Homeroom Devotion Chairman 31 Student Counuil tl Presi-
dent of Oltive Club 4: Chairman ot' Olllve Cninxnittet- I.
I-,l1.A. l. 2. treasurer 2: Basketball l. 2: Bass-bali I. 2:
Football 1. 2. 3. 1: llolneroorn Vit-e-l'rosident 241 Bible Club
.l. Library Club :iz Debating: Club 34. 1. President It: Student
Counuil. Devotions Chairman L: l-lonu-room Ilevotions Chair-
Allen Wfaltcr May
Band 1. tl: llivcrsitied Ovuupaltions l.
llralnatil-s Club 1. 23 llomeroom President l. Il, l: Vice-
Prestdent nf l'lOlllL'l'OOllt 21 Outside Patrol 1. 2: Baseball 2.
.l. I-1 Student Council 8. I: Monogram Club Il. 1: Basketball
1. llivt t: Manager ot' Football 'l'valn 1: Captain ot' Outside
McMAHON MELTON, D.
Y-Teens 11 l".ll.A. 2: Tri-Ili-Y. Vice-President 3. Progrranl
Co-Chairman 4: Sportsmanship and Service -t.
Library Club l: Ilrainatics Club 1: Horne-room Devotions
Chairman l: l4'.ll.A. Club 2. 3: Arts and Crafts Club 2:
Basketball 2. 3: Chairman of Hoineroonl Clean Up Connnittce
2: I'l0lll6l'll0Ill Treasurer 3: Grofrlvr Staff 3: Oflive Tech-
niques Club IS: Bible Club 3: National Ilonor Society. Sec-
retary 4: D. 0. Club 1: Marshal L: ltlonogram Club 4: Class
Historian lg Most Athletic Senior Girl 1: Girls State Delc-
Hi-Y 1, 4. 'l'reasurer: First Aid and Safety Club. President
3: Football 2, 3. 4: Monogram 3. 4: Vice-President .lunior
Class 3: Vice-President of Honierooni 4: C0-Captain of
Football Team 4: Audio-Visual Education Club 1. 2: Out-
side Patrol l. 2: Inside Patrol l. 2: Draniatics 2. l-.
Hi-Y I. 4, President 4: Honierooln President 2: Monogram
Club 2. 3. 4: National Honor Society 3. 4. Treasurer 4:
Junior Rotarian li Student Council rs. 1: Class President
3. 4: First Aid and Safety. Vice-President 3: Marshal ll
Bible Club 1: Football 1. 2. 3. Co-Captain 4.
MELTON, G. MOORE
Drainatics Club l. 2. 3. L, Reporter 23 Faris and Fun Stall'
1, 2. 3. Editor :tg Hrou'I+'7' Staff. Business Manager 1: Stu'
dent Council 2. 3. L: Arts and Crafts 2. Secretary and lie!
porter: Tri-Hi--Y, Secretary 3. President 4: Quill and Scroll
3, 4. Secretary I: Manager of Basketball 'l'eani ri. 4: Girls
State Delegate li lJ.A.R. Good Citizen 1: C0-Clllllflllllll of
Health Room 2: ll.l'.VV. Girl lg Delegate to N.C.S.C.C, 3:
Inside Publicity Committee 3: Co-Chairman of Publicity 4:
Monogram Club lg Recreation flUlllllllll0L' 2: .Iournalisln
Trophy VVinncr 3: Co-Chairman of l'lIlfL'l'l2lllllll0lll for Junior'
Senior Prom 25.
Baseball 1. 2. tl. I: Ili-Y 1. 1: Basketball l.: Audio-Visual
lidueation l. 2: Fm-fs mul Fun Stall' 3. 4. Sports Editor -12
President of Quill and Scroll 4: Senior Class Prophet ll
BIOIIUEHIIII Club l. 2. 3. 1: Visual Education Club 1.
Y-Teens Club 1: Ilranlatics Club 1, 2: Bible Club 3: 'l'ri-
Ili-Y lg Library Club 4.
F.H.A. Club 1. 2: First Aid and Safety Club 4: Basketball
3. 4: Glee Club l: Class Treasurer 25: Bible Club. Treasurer
Il: Freshman ldngrlish Club 1.
ROGERS, A. ROGERS, C.
l4.Il.A. tluh. Secretary 1. lresident 2: Class lliziplzun l
I'l:iss Vive-l'resident 2: Glee Club. Vice-President 2. t. Scr-
retury 3: Band 3, I: French Club 2: Inside l'ublit-ily Cmn-
lnittev 3: Dehzitingz. Secretary 4.
uf Lust and Fmnul Connnittee I.
l'IUlll1'l'Ulllll President l. 3: Bible Club 3.
i Faris mul Fun Stuff 3, 4: Student Council 1: f'Il'I'Il!lIl'IllIll'I
First Aid :ind Safety 2: lliblv l'lub I: Senior Drulnzltics
Senior DI'1llll1lllt'S Vluh.
Dmlnaltics. Secretary 23 National Honor Society EI: School
Beautiful Conunittec :sg firm:-lm' Start' ,Ig Quill and Sr-rnll
4: Band. Secretary I: Student Council.
Drailuutics 2: lloinerumu Treasurer 2: First Aid and Safety
2: Sportsmanship and Service 1: 'l'rifHi-Y 4: Mbool Beauti-
ful Conunittee fl: Student Counuil. t'o-Cliuirinun of Clubs
VOIIIIIIIIIEO 1: l"lUlll0I'IIOIIl Sevretziry 4.
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SAUNDERS, JR. SEBASTIAN
XV. K. Saunders, jr.
Hi-Y Club 1: Audio-Visual Education Club 1: Junior Varsity
Football 2: Outside Patrol 2: Basketball 4: Student Council
4: Inside Patrol 4.
Homeroom Secrctary-Treasurer l: Y-Teens, Secretary-'l'reas-
urer 1: Dl'ilIIltlllL'S 1. 3: Bible Club 3: Diversiiied Occupations
Hi-Y Club 1: Dramatics 4.
Glee Club 1, 2: Student Council 2, 3, 4: Chairman of School
Beautiful Committee 2: Secretary nf Student Body 3: Chief
Marshal 4: Drainatics Club 3: National Honor Society 3. -iz
Program Chairman 4: Growler Staff 4: Tri-Hi-Y 4: Delegate
to North Carolina Student Congress 3: B.I'.W. Girl.
Charles Anna Skccn
Facts mul Iilllll Staff 1, 3: Draniatics l. 2: Homeroom Secre-
tary 2: Arts and Craft. Vice-President 3: Homeroom Vice-
President 3: Student Council 3, 4: Chairman of Grounds
Committee 3: School Beautiful Committee 2: Tri-Hi-Y 4:
Sportsiiifanship and Service Club 4: Delegate to Student
Standard Conference of Greensboro 3: Quill and Scroll.
Treasurer li Cheerleader 3. 8: fi1'o11'1r1' Staff 3: Editor of
Grow-Icr 1: Monogram Club 4.
Dramatics 1. 2. 3. 4: Hi-Y 1: Lost and Found Committee 2:
Student Council 3, 4, Vice-President 3. President 4: National
Honor Society 3, 4, President 4: Vice-President of Home-
l'UUlll 2: Junior ltotarian 4: Delegate to Boys' State 4:
Delegate to N.C.S.S.S. 4.
F.H.A. Club 1: Bible Club 4: Drainatics 2, 4: Tri-HiHY Club
Band 1. 2. 3. 4: lland Librarian 2. 3. 4: Arts and Crafts l.
President iz Audio-Visual Education Club 4: Hi-Y 4.
Betty Sue Tysinger
Dramzitius 1: 'l'ri-Hi-Y 2: Library Club 2, 3: Reading Club
3: Diversified Occupations 4.
llobby Club 1.
Dl'ilIIHlfll'S 1. 2. 3, ig Recreation
3. L: Chairman of Auditorium
of Sanitation Committee 3.
Audio-Visual Education Club 1:
Committee 3: Student Council.
mittee lg 'l'ri-Hi-Y 4.
Committee: Student Council
Committee lv: CU-Cllillflllilll
F.H.A. Club 2: Sanitation
Chairman of Grounds Com-
Hi-Y Club 1: Bible Club -1.
Band 1. 2. 3: Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. 1. President 3: Audio-Visual
l'lduCation 2: Diversified Occupations 4: First Aid and Safety
Committee 3: Baseball 3. 4: Football 1: Basketball 1: Sani-
tation Committee 33 Bible Club 3.
Diversilfied Occupations 3, fl.
Homeroom President 1. 1: Dranmtics 1. 2. 1: Student Coun-
cil 1. 4: Diversitied Occupations 31 Class Vice-President 2.
wu.soN wooo WRIGHT
i YATES YOKELEY
Homeroom Scvrctary-Treasurer 1: Ilramativs Club. Prosiilcnt
1: Student Council 1: Homeruom Treasurer 2: Tri-Hi-Y.
Vice-Presiclvnt 2: Class Secretary tl: lteailinf: and Recrea-
tional Club 3: Sanitation Committev 3: Bible Club 3: llumcf
room 'l'rcasu1'cr L: l".H.A. Club. Secretary L.
F.H.A. Club 1: Library Club 2. tl: llramatics 2: ltcacling
Club 3: Divvrsiticd Occupations Club I.
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tilee Club 1. 2: liiblc Club 3: Dramatics Club 4. Treasurer
Sanitation Couunittve 3, 1: Library Committee 1.
Library Club 2: Draniatics 2. 3. I. Sci-rctarv 1: Frifix mul
Fun Staff 1: Student Council I-1 llrum Nilaiorette Ii t
Sanitation Committee 3. Chairman Ii: llmuurooui Vice-l'resi
Ili-Y 1. 1: Aurlio-Visual 1: Dramatics Club 2. Vice-l'rcsicl0ut
2: Student Couuvil 2. 3: Co-Chairman of Aualitorium Com
mittee 3: llaml 1. 2. ri. t: Vice-President of Baud 3, 4.
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Man alive, it certainly is nice to be resting comfort-
ably on this soft bed after simply "running wild" at
the newspaper office today. I really am tired. Being
Sports Editor of a daily newspaper QTlae TlJ071ld.f1f'ill8
Tribune is now a dailyj keeps a man busy these days,
especially covering all the activities at Thomasville
But wait a moment, just now have I noticed the
calendar which reads: May 51, 1961. Surely, I re-
member that date. It was exactly ten years ago tonight
that I, along with the Senior Class of 1951, walked
across the stage of Thomasville High School for the
final graduation exercises.
Guess that has been such a long time that there is
little use thinking about it, so I'd better get some
sleep. fThere was no sound sleeping that night, for
these things kept running through my mindjz
Tommy Beard, my best high school chum who
never let me down, is now the owner of a huge tex-
tile mill in "Hogeye" Thomasville. He's doing fine.
Paul Berrier couldn't forget Fords. That's why he's
foreman of a large department in Ford works at De-
troit, Michigan. The former Miss Josie Grimes is right
there too as well as the two children.
Al Boyles, "legs and all," Allen Walter May, and
Jimmy Yokely, have been members of a nationally
known jazz band for three years. They were in town
not long ago, stopping off here while on tour through
the country. Mrs. Jimmy Yokely QMartha Kanoyj
came along with Jim. But Mrs. Boyles stayed in Holly-
wood with the children.
Pat Shuford, Daney Melton, Talitha Ayers, and
Tex Sluder had excellent college scholastic records and
all four have gone into high ranking positions. Tex
is the only member of the foursome who remained in
Now, we find Ralph Curtis owner of a large print-
ing establishment in Mebane, N. C., set up on the
proposed site of Mills Home Baptist Orphanage, be-
fore officials decided to move it to Thomasville.
Sammy "Pluto" Jarrell is publisher of the bi-weekly
newspaper, known as The Enquirer.
Although Bobby Johnson attended the University of
North Carolina for two years, he left school to accept
a professional baseball contract with the Atlanta
Crackers, Atlanta, Georgia.
Graduating from Campbell Junior College, Bill
Connell finds time away from his hosiery mill, located
on Gray Street, to play a little sand lot baseball. Bill's
married the did that at collegej, and two boys call
Vannie Downey and Bertha Poole did quite well
for themselves in the romance department. Vannie
spoke vows three years ago with a lawyer and Bertha
is the wife of a prominent New York stockholder.
She resides in New York City. But, Mary Cauble is
still as shy as always and chooses to be an "old maid."
Montana attracted Betty Ann Wright so much that
she and husband, Don Holland, are happily settled
Important figures in a local five and ten cent store
here are Joyce Picklesimer and Betty Cassidy.
We have a clue on Anne Murphy, you remember
the "jack of all trades" during her high school days.
Anne graduated from Catawba College in '55 and is
now the wife of a handsome guy she met in college.
She has three little girls, all with yep--red hair.
Doug Callicut and Dave Wardlaw now operate
their own drug concern here in town. Doug is the
chief pharmacist, but Dave still likes, despite his
position, to jerk sodas. I-Ie does a little upholstering
as an avocation.
Can you imagine! Doug Hartsell proprietor of a
skating rink in High Point, "Bogie" McLendon the
best painter in town, Blair Little pastor of Mills
Home Baptist Churchgilidna Elgin a stewardess for
Capitol Airlinesg Bobby Wilson still in the metal
business Cpiping and gutteringjg Walter Saunders
QW. K.J a physician in Dentong and Carol McMahon
owner and operator of the Pioneer Restaurant?
Majoring in English at Harvard University, Jerry
Black is now working with the Federal Government
as professor in an atomic research plant at Oak Ridge,
Tennessee. Radio and television are sideline hobbies.
Dewey Wfelborne settled down in Thomasville after
high school graduation, married Thelma Tony, from
Mills Home, and has a boy and a girl.
After graduating from UNC, Guy Melton and Don
Moore, two outstanding high school gridders, took
up coaching as their profession. Don is head mentor
at Monroe High School, while Guy pilots a team in
Professor of Sociology at Woman's College, Greens-
boro, is Mildred Wilson.
Carolyn Kennedy is a secretary in Winston-Salem
and her high school chum, Joyce Hill, is now Mrs.
Richard Floyd. -
Troy Segers and Edward Richardson didn't get
enough of motor bike riding in their high school days,
so they formed a partnership and went into the
motorcycle business in Wilmington, N. C. Reports in-
dicate that Donald Wall is with them.
Nineteen Hundred Fift
There is no question about Elenor Foster's happi-
ness. She's still here with joe.
They tell me Don Fritts stepped into his brother's
shoes as engineer at the local radio station, and that
Doyt johnson runs a concession stand on the side
and is also forman over the boarding room at the
Maurice Hosiery Mills. He also is a great rabbit
Big Ed Huffman is owner of a construction com-
pany in Denton, N. C.
After attending the University of North Carolina
for four years, Charles Anna Skeen and Peggy Harri-
son got little chance to use their education. Both mar-
ried college sweethearts. One of the boys originally
attended and graduated from T.H.S.
Betty jo Brewer, Evelyn Chandler, Dorothy Camp-
bell, Doris Cranford, Mary Eller, and Betty Hilliard
found the "lucky" boy before they could get to
college. Last reports indicated that they are all living
Skipping town immediately after graduation, Horace
Broome and Robert Downey landed in New York,
where Horace acquired a job as insurance salesman
and Robert found newspaper work more enjoyable.
Horace is unmarried, but has a slew of women on his
heels, so they say.
Barbara Day went to South Carolina to meet a
certain fellow and stayed. She's happily married and
resides in Columbia, S. C.
Charles Hampton is now superintendent of Maurice
Mills, Inc., and has Ray Davis, joe Bryant, and Elmer
Wilkie over various departments.
It didn't take Ted Poppe very long to establish a
dancing school in Thomasville.
After slaving through college, Catherine Prince
finally got to marry a red-haired lad who graduated
three years before she did.
Did you think that Bill Rapp would ever follow in
his dad's footsteps and become a banker? He did.
Tommy Ward owns the Reid Street Grocery all by
himself! Bill Tolen is a mathematics professor at
The "honorable" john Coffee is manager of the
Big Bear Super Market here and has in his pipe col-
lection a total of one hundred.
Ann Bishop is now living in her hometown, Kings
Mountain, N. C.
Kenneth Dickens is working in a chemical plant at
Wilmington, N. C.
Those two girls, Mozelle Russell and Sandra Roth-
rock, who were jus' so sweet on their high school
chums fooled everyone by taking off to business
school. Sandra's now a secretary for a New York poli-
tician, while Mozelle has gained a job in a swank
Chicago department store where she and husband live.
Vivian Stewart, Charlotte Rogers, and Audene
Rogers are all happy and making no fuss after eight
years of married life.
Thomasville Dry Goods Company would be lost
without the guiding hand of Betty jean Yates.
After her father's decision to retire, Elizabeth
Walker has the title of the only woman "glasses fitter
and maker and seller" in town.
Three of the best nurses in these parts these days
are Lucy Nell Walters, Betty Sue Tysinger, and
Doug Childress joined best friend Billy Coggins in
South Carolina after graduation-and found a certain
lady who made him stay.
One of the local beauty salons is owned and op-
erated by Norma Davidson.
Before leaving we must have an "old maid"-please
don't be wrong with us, joan Ivey!
Well, the years have come and the years have
gone-but they've been fun anyway-wherever or
however they have been spent-for now-nothing is
left but the memories of what once happened ten years
ago in Thomasville High School.
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCQEED
' PAT SHUFORD
AL Bowles, JR.
LAST WILL AND TESTAMEN
We, the members of the Senior Class of 1950-51,
being of fairly sound bodies and minds only slightly
affected from "cramming" for exams, do hereby make
our last will and testament. Although the thoughts of
leaving our beloved school make our hearts sad, we
realize that we must leave and meet the challenges of
life. It matters not where we go, we will never forget
our dear Alma Mater. Since we are taking our many
cherished memories of Thomasville High School with
us, it is our desire to leave with our friends a few
To our Alma Mater, we leave our matchless love
and loyalty. May we strive to attain the high ideals
for which it stands.
To a considerate and patient faculty and principal,
we leave our sincere appreciation for helping to make
our school such a wonderful place in which to pre-
pare for the future.
ARTICLE III .
We leave the wonderful times we have had in
high school to all underclassmen, in the hope that
they will enjoy them as well as we have. To the
junior class, we bequeath our senior privileges.
The individuals of the senior class do will the
I, Bobby "Fireball" Johnson, do hereby will my
ability to pitch baseball to Bobby "Sleepy" Sink, in
hopes that he does a better job of it than I did. I also
will my position on the basketball team to Jack
I, Doyt Johnson, do hereby will my nickname,
"Stupid," to Patty Sue Hall.
We, Bettie Hilliard and Bertha Poole, leave our
love for work and each other to Nellie Caudle.
I, Betty Anne Wright, do hereby will my good
times in second period study hall to Mildred Coggins.
To all underclasmen, I leave Thomasville High
School, complete with a wonderful faculty, junior-
senior proms, football games, and twirp season, hop-
ing they will have as much fun as I've had.
I, Edward Richardson, do hereby will to Jimmy
Owen my "position" at the A 84 P Store. To Miss
Welch, I do leave my compass, protector, and geom-
etry book for her own personal use during the summer
I, Ann Bishop, do will my sweet personality to
Ann Jester, and to Johnny Prevo, I will my love for
music. To all freshmen who in later years will be
fortunate enough to have Miss Johnson for an English
teacher, I will my love for English.
I, Vannie Downey, will to Dotty, Evelyn, and
Jerry the privilege of looking after Dale. Remember,
girls, don't do too good a job.
I, Tom Beard, will my ability to play basketball to
Ann Jester. I leave my good times in T.H.S. to every-
body, hoping that they will have as many good times
as I've had.
I, Eleanor Foster, do leave to Dorthy Huffman,
my nickname, "Shorty," To Jackie Primm, I leave my
position as a flag carrier, in hopes that she can march
much better than I.
I, Charles Hampton, leave to Jean "Kitten" Russell
all the joys and happiness I have found in high school.
To my brother, Hollis, I leave my ability to play
sports, in hopes that one of us succeeds.
I, Bill Connell, will to Bill Garrett my ability to
hit a baseballg and my ability to kick a football to my
brother, Joe. Also, I bequeath my freckles to Diana
I, Talitha Ayers, will my ability to read in French
to Joyce Bean, and my love of Miss Neece to any-
one who is fortunate enough to have her for a teacher.
I also will my love of English to Barbara Peters.
I, Charles Anna Skeen, do will my exciting times
while cheerleading to Nancy Myersg and also luck to
the lucky person who becomes editor of the Gmufler
next year. You will love it.
I, Betty Jo Brewer, do will my position at the desk
in the library to anyone who feels capable of being
Mrs. Oliver's right hand assistant.
I, Ray Davis, do hereby will my ability to get along
with Mr. Paige to Howard Coker.
I, Ted Poppe, leave all my school troubles to any-
body who wants to accept them.
LAST WILL AND TESTAIVIE T
I, jean Cassidy, will my seat in Mr. Plonk's class
to Ann Jester, and my friendship with a girl like
"Pickle" to those who need it.
I, Norma Davidson, do hereby will my love for the
name, Bill, to jean McCarn, in hopes that in the
future she will stick to Tom, Dick, or Harry.
I, Mozelle Russell, do hereby will my ability to be
a true love to Doris Anne Jones and my good times
at Thomasville High School to Iris Hinkle.
I, Horace Broome, do will and bequeath to Harry
Smith and Eddie Branch my position at fullback. Boys,
make that end sweep clean as Broome did.
I, Robert Downey, do hereby will to Wyatt Mooney
my reputation of being the biggest eater at the Wat-
joan Ivey wills her ability to remember Macbeth to
Doris F1'ye, and some of her excuses to get out of
D. O. to all underclassmen.
I, Tommy W'ard, do hereby will my imzbilily to
chew gum in Mrs. Covington's class to anyone who
can get away with it. Also, I will my ability to laugh
about "anything" to Doyle Delancy Duke.
I, Peggy Anne Harrison, do will my wonderful
times in high school to Ethel Mae Lassiter. To jimmy
Beck, I bequeath my nickname, "Hotrod," hoping
he will appreciate it better than I.
I, Emma Hanner, do will my seat in Miss Johnson's
English class to my brother, Zeb.
I, Carolyn Kennedy, do hereby will to Betty jean
Luther my job in the OIIICC during seventh period and
the many good times I have had in T.H.S., in hopes
that she will enjoy them as much as I.
I, Bob E. "Smokey" Myers, do hereby leave my
position on the baseball team to "Froggy" Shumaker,
in hopes that he and Bobby Sink will come through.
I, Blair Little, do will to Eddie Branch my left
guard position on the Mills Home football team. Re-
member: Eddie, the bigger they come, the harder they
I, Richard "Bogie" McLendon, do hereby will my
ability to dance to jack Lyndon. To anybody that
can play baseball, I leave my position on the baseball
I, Tex Sluder, will my success in school to Theodore
Franklin Harrison, jr., who, I think, will make use
I, Pat Shuford, will my position as chief marshal to
the person selected next year, in the hope that he
will have as much fun as I have had.
I, Sandra Rothrock, will my ability to drive a car
to Sybil Hinkle, and my ability to bring up the rear
of the band to anyone who can.
I, Allen Walter May, do hereby will my trumpet to
Ellis jackson, hoping that with it, he will find the
happiness I have found in my high school career.
I, W. K. Saunders, jr., do hereby will my seat in
Mr. Plonk's economics and bookkeeping classes, with
all the good times that I have had, to any rising
junior or senior.
I, Evelyn Wood, do will my slenderness to Mrs.
Oliver, so that she can eat all the bread, gravy, and
potatoes she wants.
I, Douglas Hartsell, do hereby will my ability to
get along with Miss Eaton to Edgar Cranford. I leave
my ability to "get things going" in Mr. Plonk's class
to any rising senior who likes to "get them going."
I, Paul Berrier, do leave my love for T.H.S. and
my ability to lose elections to my sister, "Sis" Berrier.
My position on the bench playing football, I leave
to Bill Garrett. ,
I, Betty Sue Tysinger, do hereby will my height to
I, Donald Wall, will my typing book and type-
writer to Stanley Wright, in the hope that he doesn't
make as many errors as I did.
I, Martha jane Kanoy, doqhereby leave my "gift of
gabn and the "art" of talking with my hands to Her-
man Dunning. To Ernest Perkins, I leave my ability
to go steady for more than a monthg and to all in-
coming students, I bequeath my four wonderful years
of high school. I, Martha jane Kanoy, do hereby
hope to leave.
I, Doris Cranford, will my typewriter to "jerry"
Segers. My love for baseball players, I leave to Caro-
LAST WILL AND TESTAME
I, Kenneth Dickens, will my record of never having
been tardy for school to any future John Coffees. To
next year's senior class, I leave the joy I have re-
ceived from entering school by the front entrance. I
bequeath my typing ability to Jimmy Beck.
I, Ralph Curtis, will my knowledge of English
grammar to Ray Mooney, and hope he has an easier
time with it than I did.
I, Donald Moore, do hereby leave to "Gil" Batten
my position at center and my speed on covering punts.
I, Douglas Callicutt, do will my ability to auction
to anyone who is crazy enough to attempt it. I will
my ability to act to my sister, Carolyn Callicutt.
I, Jerry Black, will my ability to get teachers off
the subject in discussions to Ernest Perkins, who
needs to distract their attention some way. To Gene
Earnhart, I leave my pet French sentences I used to
say to all the girls, in the hope that he will carry on
where I left off. I leave my love for symphonic music
to William Palmer. who looks like an up and coming
I, James Garrison, hereby do will all my love and
"half of my big toe" to Nell Williams.
I, Charlotte Rogers, do bequeath my single life to
Betty Jane Legans. I leave my last year in high school
to Fay Dean Crotts.
I, Josie Grimes, do hereby bequeath to Jackie Primm
my position as flag carrier in the band. To David
Long, I leave my ability to go steady for more than
a week, I will my seat beside Miss Johnson's desk to
anyone who is lucky enough to get it.
I, Edna Elgin, with all my "sisterl-y" love, do here-
by will to Shirley Griiiin my wonderful times in
Thomasville High School, and with them, the mis-
fortune of keeping teachers company after school!
I, Anne Murphy, do will my love for all publication
staffs and radio broadcast, "High Spots" to anyone that
has a large enough "nose for news." I also do here-
by bequeath to all underclassmen my wonderful times
at T.H.S. I leave my love for blue Packards to Miss
Betty XVelch, managing basketball teams to Sylvia
Beck, and the ability to be consistently tardy or absent
from 7th period study hall to "Sis" Berrier.
I, Edgar Oscar Huffman, Junior, do hereby will
my position on the football team to Norman Crews.
I, Elizabeth Walker, hereby will my four wonder-
ful years of high school to my sister, Virginia. I leave
my height to anyone who needs a few extra feet.
I, Bill Rapp, leave to Ernest Perkins my forward-
ness with girls, in the hope that some day he will
overcome his bashfulness.
I, Mary Lou Cauble, do will my ability to blush to
Irene Lammonds. To Nell Williams, I will my ability
to be matron. Remember, Nell, make them go to bed
I, Audene Rogers, will my good times in Miss
Ellen's classes to Judy Black. I bequeath my red hair
to anyone who doesn't dislike it quite as much as I do.
I, Joyce Hill, do will to my brother, Claiborne, my
ability to be a senior, in the hope that he will some
day be one.
I, Bobby Wilson, do leave my seat in Miss John-
son's English class to anyone who can fill it as
capably as I have for the last three years.
I, Betty Jean Yates, do leave my boots and baton,
along with the marching position on the outside left
flank to any girl that can endure the long parade and
like it as well as I did. I also leave a stack of old
and new pencils, sharpened and unsharpened, to
Jimmy Owen, who seems never to have one.
I, Vivian Stewart, do hereby will my nickname,
"Snowball" to anybody who growls as much as I do.
I, Carol McMahon, will to Ann Jester about live
inches of my height, and to Barbara Willard and
Pat Hall, I leave my ability to get lost on the way to
I, Barbara Day, will to Betty Tobin my seat in the
alto section of the Glee Club. My history book, I
will to Jackie Garner.
I, Guy Melton, do hereby leave my wonderful
times in high school to Norman Crews and Donnie
Cranford. To Patty Sue Hall, I leave my prissy walk
on the football Held.
I, Sam Jarrell, do hereby will and bequeath to Dot
Maney all my love and "half my big toe."
I, Edith Sebastian, do hereby will my love for the
name, Dave, to anyone who likes that name as much
as I do.
LAST WILL AND TESTAME T
I, Lucy Nell Walters, will all gray hairs I re-
ceived while working algebra II to anybody who is
fond of the color gray. I leave all my good times in
high school to Janice.
I, Evelyn Chandler, do hereby will my love for
Mr. Paige and his D. O. class to any student who is
lucky enough to have him.
John Coffee wills his intelligence QU to Sherrill
I, Dot Campbell, do hereby will all my wonderful
times in high school to my brother, Richard.
Mary Eller wills to IVIary Ruth Morris her seat in
D. O. class.
I, Don Ray Fritts, do hereby will my nickname
"XVhity" to Bobby Sink.
I, Joyce Pickelsimer, do will my bashfulness to
anyone who isn't bashful.
I, Catherine Prince, do will my place as flag carrier
to my sister, Louanna, with hopes that she doesn't
freezeg my seat in physics class to anyone genius QPJ
enough to fill it, and Thomasville High School, with
all of its wonderful clubs, classes, proms, and activities
to all the underclassmen. '
I, Jimmy Yokely, do hereby leave to Dave Long
my ability to get a pretty girl, in hopes that he will
use this ability to the best advantage. To L. J. Boyd,
I leave my First chair trombone seat so that he can
fill it much better than I did.
Frank Murr is a hne boy. He deserves the best.
I, Bill Tolen, would like to give him my ability to
play the sax. I hope he goes much farther than I.
Al Boyles leaves his drums to "Giffel" Beck.
I, Judy Hix, leave my forgiving spirit to Miss Bain
Johnson to use next year when she has Stanley Wright.
Also, to my dear Miss Eaton, I will my pleasant early
I, Troy Segers, do hereby will my "A Putter Ford"
to Hansel Welborn.
I, Daney INIelton, do will to all underclassmen my
love and respect for my teachers. I leave my ability
to get along with teachers to Jeanine Byerly, and
Frances Buckner. To Joe Connell, I give my ability
to be a senior in the hope that he will be one. My
love for basketball, I bequeath to Sybil Hinkle, Ultime
sed non minime mean Hagrantem nubeam comam
Dominae Neece nelinquo.
David W'ardlaw wills his ability to get along with
girls to anyone who can do better.
I, Doug Childress, do will all the joy and
happiness WJ that I had in 7th period Latin class
to any student f?J that thinks he can live with it.
I, Dewey Phelps, do hereby will and bequeath my
teachers at Main Street School to Jo Ann Walton.
I, Mildred Wfilson, do hereby leave my love for
French to Ray Bryant, and my ability to get to school
one minute before the tardy bell to anyone who needs
To this, our last will and testament, we, the Senior
Class of 1951, do set our seal on the thirty-first day of
Mildred Wilson, Testator
First Row, lefl to right: Doris Ann
jones, Treasurerg Gene Earnhardt,
Second Row: Ioe Cunningham,
Vice-Presidentg Ronald Barker, Sec-
MISS VERA DIXON
MRS. E. C. BURRUS
MISS MARGARET ELLEN
CLASS OE ,52
Fin! Rauf: Bobby Ballard, Joyce Bean, Jimmy Beck, Judy Black, Luther Brackett, Joe
Serond Roux' Catherine Bray, Paul Breedlove, Nellie Cauble, Robert Clinard, Mildred
Coggins, Howard Coker.
Third Roux' Gary Cranford, Donnie Cranford, Joyce Creed, Norman Crews, Joe Cunning-
ham, Paul Danneron.
Folzrfb Roux' Eva Lee Darr, Edna Davis, Jeanette Davis, Gene Earnhardt, Reece Elliott,
CLASS QF '52
Firm! Roux' C. R. Fisher, Faye Floyd, Dempsy Fritts, Doris Frye, Zeb Hiinner, Betty
Sevwm' Roux' Donald Hill, Alliene Hinkle, Betty Hoffmfm, Freddy Howard, Ellis
jackson, Kitty Jarrett.
'I'l2jr1l Rain' Doris Ann jones, Manuel Kranis, Irene Lzinionds, Brute Langley, Betty -lean
Legans, Patsy Little.
l"r1fn'!b Roux' Dillon Loftin, Betty Lyndon, jack Lyndon, Dorothy Mimey, joe Marlowe,
CLASS GF '52
Fifi! Rum' Ray Mooney, jimmy Moore, Sylvia Morton, Bill Murphy, Doyle Myers, Mary
Semin! Roux' Bobby Oakley, jimmy Owen, Wfilliam Palmer. Barbara Peters, Dewey
Phelps, Alma joyce Pierce.
Tbira' Roux' Dorothy Pleasant, johnny Prevo, Louanna Prince, Mildred Scroggs, Darr
Shealy, jr., Donald Shoemaker.
Foflrllv Roux' Bobby Sink, jean Sink, joAnn Slate, Donald Smith, Darwin Sowers, Charles
CLASS OF 352
Fjfjif Roux' Coleen Swaim, Betty Tobin, Thelma Toney, Bill Tudor, Betty Tysinger,
Betty Warner. '
Sermzd Row: Lucille Watts, Hansel Welborn, Nell Williams, Virginia Williams, Barbara
Willard, Hubert Wilson.
Third Roux' Madge Wilson, Colon Wolfe, Stanley Wright, Charles Yokley.
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Firrl Roux' james Allen, Ann Allmond, Gayle Ball, Sylvia Beck, Lula Mae Berrier, Betty
Blackburn, Billy Blair.
Sefofzd Roux' Shirley Boggs, Edith Bowman, james Bowman, L. Boyd, Nell Boyles,
Eugene Briles, Marion Briles. S
Third Roux' Frances Buckner, Shirley Burrus, Jeannine Byerly, Linda Clodfelter, Joe
Connell, Edgar Cranford, Barbara Culp.
FOZIITZ7 Roux' Gerald Davis, Charles Dickens, Doyle Duke, Dora Edwards, Coleen Fergu'
son, Donald Eoust, Betty Franks.
CLASS QF '53
Fil'.ff Roux' Doris Gallimore, Jackie Garner, Pat Garner, Maxine Goad, Betty Gray, Ruth
Gray, Jimmy Hampton.
Serofm' Row: Grant Harris, Tommy Harris, Peggy Hartsell, Joyce Henry, Melvin Hilton,
Ann Holladay, Betty Jean Howard.
Third Roux' Frank Huggins, Jeanette Hughes, Sandra Jarrett, Diana Jones, Hoxie Jones,
Sue Kanoy, Peggy Kenney, P
Fozzrlh Roux' Bill Ledbetter, Margaret Little, Betty Lomax, David Long, Buddy Ludwick,
Luna Lyndon, Larry Mt'Swain,
CLASS OF '53
Fifzfl Roux' Davie McSwain, Mary Morris, Nancy Myers, Nell Newby, Hazel Overcash,
james Parker, Freddie Perdue.
Second Roux' Ernest Perkins, Rebecca Pollock, Betty Prestwood, Gertrude Price, Edna
Pritchett, Howard Rollins, Glenda Rumple.
Third Row: Bobby Segers, Geraldine Segers, Vann Sherrill, Barbara Sink, Charlotte
Smathers, Carolyn Smith, Harry Smith, 1
FUIINZ7 Rona' G, VU. Sowers, Odell Spainhour, Emmett Spark, Peggy Stevenson, Carol
Stewart, Nancy Stilwell, joan Sullivan.
CLASS OF '53
Firxf Roux' Dorothy Thrift, Shirle Todd, Euni ' T h
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Sefmzd Roux' Tommy Ward, Pat Xxfilfd, Charles Whichard, jeamttc WIIISOII
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CLASS OF 54
Fiizrl Roux' Dorothy Almond, Patsy Barnes, Robert Beck, Shirly Beck, Bobby Blair, Bob
Boyles, Thomas Brackett, Dorothy Brewer. 0 Scvomi R011 f'.' Charlotte Carroll, Barbara
Chandler, Carolyn Childers, Zell Clark, Elmer Coggins, Don Coker, Richard Conrad,
Emma lean Crisp. 0 Third Roux' Syble Davis, Bobby Dickens, Marion Dickens, Ronnie
Fair, Robert Farrington, Otha Lee Ferrell, Doris Fields, David Fitzgerald. 0 Fazzrlb Rauf:
Jeanette Flippin, 'Imogene Garrett, Caroline Green, jean Hall, Patty Sue Hall, johnny
Hamilton, Norris Hawks, Rosine Hefner. 0 Fiflb Row: Bobby Hendrix, Claiborne Hill,
Iris Hinkle, Sybil Hinkle, Iva Hipp, Catherine Hodgin, Dorothy Hoffman, Gaynell
CLASS GP 354
Fm? Row: Nancy Hoyle, Dorothy Huffman, Raymond Hughes, Wilma Hughes, Mary
Hunt, Mildred james, Patty jarrett, Royal Jarvis. 0 Second Rouu' Ann Jester, Katherine
jones, Nancy Kay, Norma jean Kennedy, Ronald Kennerly, jerry Kirkman, Ethel Lassiter,
Jane Leach. 0 Third Roux' Bonnie Leclwell, Benny Loftin, Betty Anne Lord, Betty Jean
Luther, Webb McCullock, Dale McDonald, Peggy Malloy, Frank Murr, jr. 0 Fourth Row:
Charles Myers, David Myers, Pat Myers, Bobby Nelson, Yvonne Oakley, Shirley Parrish,
Mary Alice Patton, Ellen Perdue. 0 Fifth Rau ,'.' jimmy Perry, Evelyn Pierce, Barbara
Pittman, Imogene Poole, jimmy Prevo, Coltcane Price, jackie Primm, Darrell Pritchett.
CLASS OF 754
Fir!! Roux' Katherine Pritchett, Jean Russell, Shirley Scroggs, Carroll Shore, Randall
Shuler, Bobby Stevenson, Betty Stinchcomb, Joe Stone. 0 Second Rou f'.' Jimmy Teague,
Virginia Wfalker, Caroline Wall, Janice Walters, Herbert Warner, Edgar Wells, Richard
Westmoreland, Ethel Wheeler. Q Third Row: Eillene Williams, Joyce Williams, Joyce
Woodard, Donald Workman, Dickie Wfright, Geraldine Yates, Richard York.
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Kanoy, Treasurer, Tex Sluder,
President, Mildred Coggins, Sec-
retary. 0 Sff11m"i1zg: Buddy Har-
rison, Sergeant-at-Arms, Bill Tu-
dor, Vice-President, Mr. Lee
Miller, junior Adviserg Mrs.
T. j. Covington, Senior Adviser.
Sealed, fefl fo riglvf, jiri! wuz' Tex Sluder, Martha Kanoy, Mildred Coggins, Bill Tudor, Elizabeth Walker,
Peggy Harrison, Pat Shutord. 0 Sammi Roux' Al Boyles, jr., Diana jones, Sylvia Beck, Anne Murphy, Charles
Anna Skeen, W. K. Saunders, jr., Sandra Rothrock. Q Third Roux' Betty Yates, Mozelle Russell, Carolyn
Kennedy, Kitty jarrett, Sylvia Morton, Faye Floyd. 0 Fonrlb Rau .'.' Mrs. T. Covington, David Long, Don-
ald Shoemaker, jerry Black, jimmy Owen, Bobby johnson. e Fiflb Roux' Mr. Lee Miller, joe Branson, Mel-
vin Hilton, judy Black, Sybil Hinkle, judy l-lix. Q Sixflv Razr: josie Grimes, jean Sink, Madge Wilson, Bill
Rapp, Douglas Callicut, Gene Earnhardt. 0 Seifezzfla Roux' Dorothy Pleasant, Lucy Nell Walters, Talitha
Ayers, Blair Little. 0 Eigbllv Roux' Tommy Ward, Paul Berrier. 0 Smfzding, Jeff to rigbl: William Palmer,
jack Lyndon, Bill Murphy, Buddy Harrison.
Lef! K0 riglvl: Catherine Bray,
W. K. Saunders, Dorothy
Pleasant, and Mrs. T. UI. Cov-
Doyt johnson and jackie Lyndon
Darwin Sowers and Bill Tolcn
Charles Anna Skccn
M iss Laura Neece
Frm!! Roux fefl lo l'jgf7f.' Sylvia Bock, Betty
Wariicr, Charles Anna Skecn, Anne Murphy,
Sandra Rothrock, Judy Hix. 0 Sammi Roux'
Charlw Dickens, Pat Shuford, Kitty llarrctt, Al
Boyle-s, jr., Miss Laura Neecc, Bill Tudor, jean
FACTS AND FUN
F21 ',s' I Raw, fefl I0 rigbl: Ann Allmoncl, Josie
Grimes. 0 S6'tY!1IlZl Roux' Ruth Gray, Kitty 'lar-
rett, Bob Myers. 0 Third Roux' Betty Yates,
Patsy Little, Faye Floyd, Tommy Beard. I
Fnlfrlb Roux' Shirley Burrus, Mildred Scroggs,
Bill Rapp, Sylvia Beck, jimmy Owen. 0 Fiflb
Razr: Ann Holladay, Jeanette Davis, Barbara
Wfillard, Paul Berrier, Miss Bain Johnson, ad-
Miss F. Bain Johnson
QUILL AND SCRQLL
Bob Myers . . ....,.. ............., ..,. P r eiiderzl
Paul Berrien' . . . . , Vire-Prerizlwzl
Anne Murphy ...,,...,,....,.,....,,.........., ...., S efremry
Charles Anna Skeen ,...........,...........,...... , . . Treamrer
Cn-Sp0n,mr,i.' Miss Bain johnson und Miss Laura Necce. -
Sealed, lefl lo rigbfx Anne Murphy, Paul Berrier, Miss Bain johnson, Miss Laura Neece, Bob Myers,
Charles Anna Skcen. 0 Snmding: Faye Floyd, Kitty Jarrett, jimmy Owen, Bill Tudor, Tommy Beard,
Sandra Rothrock, Josie Grimes.
Fin! Row, leff lo rigfalx Daney Melton, Pat Shuford, Sandra Rothrock. 0 Semnd R014'.' Paul Berrier,
Talitha Ayers, James Garrison, Betty Brewer, Donald Moore.
Pat Sliuford .,,..........,........................... . , , Chief
Blair Little .... ........................,..... ......... . , ........ P resident
Charles Dickens .... .... V ice-Preridezzz
Catherine Prince . . , ...... Secretary
Edgar Cranford . . . . . . Trearurer
Mr. Rufus Plonk ...,.......,............. ..................................... S pomor
Seated. left In righz: Catherine Prince, Ann Bishop, Judy Hix, Kitty Jarrett, Charles Dickens, Willialn
Palmer. 0 Smudifzg, Ieff lu righlt Mr. Rufus Plonk, adviserg Blair Little, Edgar Cranford, James
NATIO AL HONOR SOCIETY
From left to right: Donald Moore, Patsy Shuford, Daney Melton, Sandra Rothrock, Paul Berrier,
James Garrison, Tex Sluder.
Tex Sluder ..........,.. ...... P reridenl
Sandra Rothrock .... . . . Vice-Pr-evident
Daney Melton .... .... S erremry
Donald Moore ..., . . Trearurer
Mr. Chester J. Litwin
Fin! Roux lef! lo right Yvonne Oakley, lris Hinkle, Graham Hill, jimmy Teague, Bill Murphy,
Barbara Culp, -Ioe Branson, Stanley W1'ight, jack Foster, Syluil Hinkle. 0 Sumzzd Roux' jo Ann Slate,
Sandra Rothrock, Frank Murr, Bill Tolen, jim Kinney, Edgar Cranford, Larry Beck, johnny Prevo,
Al Boyles, jr,, Allen Walter May, Ellis jackson, Wfilliam Palmer, Donald Hill, Webb McCulloch,
Charles Myers, Richard Conrad, Catherine Prince, Josie Grimes. I Tbim' Roux' Bob Oakley, Robert
Berk. joyce Bean. Peggy Bryant. Betty Yates. Barbara Peters. Mr. Chester Litwin. Ed Baldwin,
Benny Loftin, I., j, Boyd, joe Stone, Richard York, Donald Shoemaker, jimmy Yokely.
undue - , , ,
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Ifir if Ruiz: lvf! lu riglvl: Catherine Prince, Shirley Slate, Betty lohin, Barbara Day, Sylvia Heck, Linela
Clodfelter, Nancy Stilwell, Rebecca Pollock, Louanna Prince, Patsy Myers, Bonnie Letlwell, Joyce
Williriitws, blanife Wfalters, Nell Ruth Boyles, Nell Newby, Nancy Myers, Miss lla Hensley. O Sammi
Razr: Gaynell Hopkins, jean Mcflarn, Joyce Henry, Carolyn Childress, Betty Legans, Carol Stewart,
Jeannette Hill, Bettie Nail, Betty Lord, -lane Edwards, Marian Dickens, Catherine Pritchett, Ann
Allmond, Shirley Burrus, Ann Holladay, Patsy Garner, Edith Bowman, jackie Primm, 0 'lllvird Rnux'
Rohert Farrington, Wfilliam Palmer, Gerald Davis, Edgar Cranfortl, David Fitzgerald, jerry Don
liirlcman. ,live Connell, Melvin Hilton, Benny Loftin, Darr Shealy, slr., -lualy Hix, Shirley Boggs,
Helen Holbrook, Betty Stincheomln. Betty Harrison, Pat Wili'el, Donald Ciranfortl, Riehartl York,
johnny Hamilton. Douglas llill. Al lioyles. xlr.. lioh lioyles. Madge Wilson, Pianist,
EUTURE HOMEMAKERS OE AMERICA
Mildirerl Coggins . . ......,,...,,. Pl'L'.ljLlfflll Lucy Wrrtts . . . , , . , . . Seweltzf'-3'
Betty F'restwood . , . ......,.... lf7jL'6'-P7'L',lj6lJ6'7lf Mae Fore . . . .,.... . . . 1'r'rfr1,r1rrc'1'
Miss Betty Allison ......,...,,........,.... Sprnzim'
Fin! Razr, lefl In right: Miss Betty Allison, Nancy Myers, jefan Cassidy, Betty Luther, Geraldine Yates. 0 SL'L'Ullul Roux'
Joyce Williailis, Pat Garner, Ann Holliday, Shirley Burrus Lucy Wzitts, Mildred Coggins, Mae Fore, Linda Clodfelter,
Carolyn Childress, Betty Prestwood, Ivfadge Wilsrrn, Shirley B,-ck, 0 Third Rau: jeanette Flippen, Cloteane Price, Dorothy
I-IuHman, Dorothy HofTman, Betty Lyndon, joyce Wfoodard, Peggy Malloy, Virginia XX'alker, Yvonne Oakley, Carol
Cvordy, Margaret Little, Eile-gn Willirrriis, Mary Patton, Zell Clark, Ethel Wheelei', Dorothy Almond, Bonnie Ledwell,
Fi7'.lf Razr. lefl m right Faye Crotts, Talitha Ayers, Mildred Wilsrmn. 0 Second Roux' Miss Betty Welcli, adviser, Caro-
line Green, Catherine Bray, Shirley Todd. Rosella Voyles.
Talitha Ayers . . . .......,...... Preridenl Mildred Wilstmn ..... . . . Serremry
Catherine Bray .... .....,....,. V ice-Pmaridefzf Shirley Todd ......... . , . Tre,r.r1n'er
Miss Betty Wfelch ....... ..........,.... S pwzmr
Martha Kanoy . . . . . . ..,..... Preiidenl Alliene Hinkle ......... . . . Ser:reI4n'y
Doris Ann Jones . ......,,.... Vii'e-Puciiderzl Sybil Hinkle ......... . . . . . Tf'6'tl.l'IH'C7'
Miss Margaret Ellen .....,,.......,....... Spmzwr
Firrl Roux leff In right' Betty Tysinger, Shirley Burrus, Ann Allmond, Kitty Jarrett, Sandra Jarrett, Charles Anna Skeen,
Ruth Gray. 0 Samuel Roux' Betty Sue Blackburn, Janice Dickens, Alma Joyce Pierce, Martha Kanoy, Alliene Hinkle,
Doris Ann Jones, Syhle Hinkle, Diana Jones, Betty Jean Howard, Pattie Sue Jarrett, Glenda Rumple, 0 Tlyird Roux'
Margaret Ellen, adviser, Faye Floyd, Betty Lomax, Hazel Overcash, Josie Grimes, Lula Mae Berrier, Edna Elgin, Mlidred
Scroggs, Jean Sink, Peggy Harrison, Iris Hinkle, Luna Gray Lyndon. O lfrmrlly Roux' Betty Warnei', Patsy Little, Doro-
thy Pleasant, Mozelle Russell, Sylvia Morton, Barbara Willzlrd, Patty Sue Hall, Sylvia Sue Kanoy, Evelyn Pierce, Nancy
Fiflif Roux left fn rigbl: Colene Swaim, Jo Ann Slate, Bettie Hilliard, Betty Jo Brewer, Sarah Jane Fine, Jean McCarn,
Doris Cranford. 0 Sgt-and Roux' Jimmy Beck, Paul Dameron, Joan Sullivan, Betty Lyndon, Betty Tobin, Betty Harrison,
Doyle Myers, Tommy Wilrtl. 0 Third Roux' Joyce Creed, Betty Hoffman, Audene Rogers, Vivian Stewart, L. J. Boyd,
Bobby Jqyhngrin, Doyf Johngon, o Fourlb Rum' Naomie Howie, adviser, Luther Brackett, Jerry Bland, Horace Broome,
Larry Beck, Dewey Welbiirn.
Betty Brewer ..... . . . .... Itrwidezzl Jo Ann Slate . ...... .... S t!L'1'?fall'-J'-7l1'Eu'.ll!l'?7'
Horace Broome . . . . . . Vice-Presidezzz Miss Naomi Howie . . . ........ . . Spomur
Donald Moore . , , . . ......... Prviidwzl jimmy Owen ....., . . SLfL'I'L'frH'V1
Gene Earnhardt ,,,. , ..,....,....,..,. lljfdf-P7'L'tjLfL'lZf Guy Melton .......... , . . . . . ..,. 'I're.o1n'er
Mr, L. D. bliealy ...........,.,.......,...,, Sjmzzim'
Fir-il Rrfzr. Jeff In rigfafx Leon Rutherford, Randall Sliuler, james Bowman, David Myers, Tommy Harris, David Long,
Jimmy Prevo, Herbert Wfarncr, joe Marlowe, Dicky Wfriglit, Buddy Harrison, 0 Serena' Ruiz? Guy Smith, Ronnie Fair,
Bobby Stevenson, Donald Shoemaker, Bill Tolcn, Bill Connell, Tommy Beard, Bolv Myers, ,limmy Yolcley, Tommy Wfard,
joe Stone, 0 'Ifvjrd Razr: Richard Conrad, Dieky Wfestmorelantl, Kenneth Dickens, Larry MrSwain, Paul Berrier, Bolw
Ballard, Edgar Huffman, Bolwl1y'jol1nson, Ciliarles Myers, Donald Hill. O Folzrlfi Roux' ,limmy Owen, Gillwert Batton,
Douglas Childers, Charles Dickens, Bill Tudor, Gene Earnhardt, Freddie Howard, Gary Cranford, Douglas Callieut,
Mr. I.. D. bliealy.
Fin! Roux lull lo rigbf: Diana jones, Betty Tysinger, -lean Sink, Josie Grimes, Martlia Kanoy, Anne Murphy, Peggy Har-
rison, Alliene Hinkle, ,leannine Byerly. 0 SL'L'UlId Rrfzzx' Charles Anna Skeen, Katherine Bray, Dorotliy Pleasant, Lucy
Nell Wfaltcrs, Pat Shuford, Glenda Rumple, Rosella Voyles, Betty jean Howard, Ruth Gray, Peggy Hartsell. 0 Third
Razr: Barbara Culp, Mildred Scroggs, Barbara Wfillard, Sandra -larrett, lilizabetlm Wfalker, Sandra Rotluroclc, Shirley
Todd, Betty Rose Franks, Mrs. Burrus, adviser. I Fuzrrfh Razr: Betty Wfarncr, Joyce Picklesimer, 'lean Cassidy, Mildred
Coggins, Vivian Stewart, Moz:-lle Russell, Betty .lo Brewer, Talitha Ayers, Alma hloyce Pierce.
Anne Murphy ...........,...,, ....... .... P 1 At',ljl,Jt'!1f 'Josie Grimes ..... ,... ....... .... S 4 J rrelfzryl
Martha Kanoy . . , .,......... I'iri'-Premfefzf Alliene Hinklc ........... . . . 'l'ret1.i1n-W
BUS. lf. C. BUITUS ................ . ...,.... Slflllfljfjf'
Horace Broome .... ...,.......... P reridefll Barhara Peters . . . . . Scrrelilry
Betty Brewer ..,, ..,...,...,. I 'ire-Prerideizl Doris Gallimore ..,... . . . Treii5z4r'er
Mrs. James Oliver .....,,.....,............ Sfmmur
First Roux left lu right: Mary Lou Meyers, Norma Jean Kennedy, Joyce Bean, Mrs. J. D. Oliver, adviser. 0 Semnd Roux'
Colene Swaim, Joyce Picklesimer, Emma Hanner, Jackie Garner, Sarah Jane Fine, Coleen Ferguson. 0 Tlaird Roux'
Howard Rollins, Horace Broome, Betty Brewer, Barbara Peters, Doris Gallimore, Betty Gray, Sherrill Ingram, David
Long, Jeanette Hughes.
RTS AND CRAFTS CLUB J
Fin! Roux .mauled lefi Io righl: Guy Smith, Bill Tolen, Wfoodrow Stevenson, Barbara Chandler. 0 Sewud Roux' Mr. Ivan
Wfelborn, Elmer Coggins, Betty Jean Wilsrvn, Otha Lee Farrell, Dale McDonald. 0 Third Razr: Ronnie Fair. Richard West-
moreland, Billy Ray Murphy, Herbert Wfarner, Dickie Wlright, Jimmy Perry.
Bill Tolen ....,.,.. ..... ..... P 1 widen! Barbara Chandler . , , . . Sefrelary
Wotmdrsxw Stevenson . . . ............ Vice-Preiidem Elmer Coggins ...,.... .... T 7'641J'1U'lff
Mr. Ivan XVelhom ........ ................ S pwzmr
IU IDR A D SENIQR DRAMATICS
Bill Connell ......, ,............. I Jl'L'.ljllL'lll Betty Yates ......... .... S lZL7'L'fcl7'j'
Douglas Callicut . . . ,.,........ Viz'e-Preiidefzf Betty Wi'igl1t .....,.. . . . T7'6'4I,lIH'L'7'
Miss Mildred Eaton ....... ...,........,., S 110121 ur
Firm! Roux leff In riglrl.' Charlotte Rogers, jo Ann Slate, Barbara Peters, Patsy Little, Kitty Jarrett, Sylvia Morton, Faye
Floyd, Miss Mildred liaton, adviser. 0 Sammi Roux' Betty Wfright, Betty Yates, Audene Rogers, Vivian Stewart, Elizaheth
Wfalker, Lucy Nell Wfalters, Ann Bishop, Anne Murphy, Jeanette Davis. 0 Tbird Razr: jimmy Moore, Kenneth Dickens,
Bill Connell, Norman Crews, Tex Sluder, Bob Wilsirn, Troy Segers, Douglas Callicut, Doyle Myers.
Fi7'.lif Roux lefl la right: Eleanor Foster, Ioan Ivey, Bettie Hilliard, Daney Melton, Mary Eller, Betty Sue Tysinger, Doro-
thy Campbell, Evelyn Wocmd, Evelyn Chandler, Edith Sebastian, 0 Seward Rauf: Don Ray Fritts, Charles Hampton, Ray
Davis, Dewey Phelps, Howard Coker Robert Downey, Allen May, David Wfardlaw, Mr, I.. E. Paige.
Daney Melton .... . . , ......... Prcaridefzt Eleanor Foster . . . . , . Secreltzry
Dewey Phelps .,.. ,..,...,..... I fire-Pmariderzt Don Ray Fritts .......,.. . . . T1'em'1n'er
Mr. I.. E. Paige ........................... Sponsor
NINTH GRADE DRAMATICS CLUB
Kathryn .lomw , ........... .... I 'rwidwlf Cicultiiiwc Ygitcm ......... , . l'im'-IM-iidwil
Putty Suu Hull ....,...... ..,.... 5 'LfLkI'L'f4H'T',liI'L'.I.4'IH'L'7'
Fifi! Razr. lofi In r'igXvl.' Cumliiic Walll, Kathryn Dlunw, Shirley I:'lll'IAiSi1. 0 SL'4'fNllj Razr: Buhhy Stinchiumh, Iithul I.alSsi-
tcr, ,Inna Lunch, Miss I.LlLll'2l Nt-acc, 11tlviwrg Clnmlinc Given, Gcnrldinc Yates, Putty Suu Hull.
TE TH GRADE DRAMATICS CLUB
lfiril Run: ltff lu P'l:.Q!7f,' Edna D.1vis, PIC1lI1I'liIlC Hycrly, Fl'QlI1CtS BLICICUCIA, I'mrht1i'11 -lkxlfl Sink, 0 Swwla' Rffzzy' Mary Ruth
Murris, lidngl P1'itcht'tt, Clammlyn Smith, ,login Sullivam, 0 'lifvimf Run: Pt-gggy Hurtscll, Gcmltiinc Scgcrs, Miss Vcm Dixon.
Gcmltiim' Scg.1t'is ,,.,. Prwidwzf Cfiimlyii Smith , . . . . . SL't'?'6'Id7'V1
Peggy i'i1ll'I9L'ii . . ........... I"iru-I'r'wizfw1l ,hmm Sullivan .,....... . . 'I'n'.1,i'11rcfr
Miss Vt-ini Dixun ..,,.... ..,.,.,.....,.., S ffmzwr
Glliee Secretarial And Techniques Club
Carolyn Kennedy . . . ,............, Preridelzf Betty Yates . . . ..... .,.. S erremry
Doris Ann jones . . , .,......... Vic'e-Preridenl Joyce Hill .,.......... . . . Tremwer
Miss Margaret Ellen .....,.........,... . . . Sjmf1rm'
Sealed. lefl In figbl: Betty Yates, Miss Margaret Ellen, adviser, Judy Hix, Carolyn Kennedy. 0 Slmzdirzg' Joyce Hill,
Fmt Rnuy leff fo riglazs Tommy Hicks, Leroy Gardner, jerry Streetman, Franklin Hall, Hoxie jones, Freddie Perdue,
Robert Kivett, james Brewer. 0 Seromi Roux' Tommy Harris, joe Gallimore, Darwin Sowers, Richard McLendon, Jack
Lyndon, Gilbert Batton, Jackie Pierce, Billy Fox, 0 Third Razr: Reece Elliott, Mickey Deese, Ronald Barker, Grant
Harris, Ted Bass, Mr. Lee Miller.
Ronald Barker . , ...,.. P?'?,l'idi'Ilf -loc DeBerry . . , . . . Ser1'elizrj'-'l'r'ea,f1xrer
Grant Harris , ..., Virc-1're,ridem Mr. Lee Miller . . , ...... .... S porlror
jimmy Johnson . . . ...... Preridenl Jeanette Davis .... , , . Serremry
joe Don Branson .... .....,..,.. V ire-Preiidwzl Reece Elliott ,,....,..,, . . . Tren-fzrer
Mr. Lee Miller ......... ..,............. S pfmrw'
Fifi! Roux lefl in righl: Pexzgy Stevenson, jeanette Davis, Reece Elliott, aloe Don Branson, jimmy johnson. 0 Semnd
Roux' Betty Rose Franks, Doris Cranford, Barbara Culp, Imogene Garrett, Cateen Hodgin, jean Russell, Dallas Wcilfe,
Van Sherrill, jimmy Beck, Buddy Shuler, Buddy Harrison, Freddie Perdue. 0 Third Razr: Odell Spainhour, Hollis
Hampton, jack Foster, Larry McSWain, Douglas Hartsell, Buddy Ludwick, Mr. Lee Miller, adviser.
Firm! Razr. Jeff fo rigbl: Carroll Shore, Doyle Myers. 0 Serwzd Roux' Hoxie Jones, Miss Bain johnson, adviser, Donald
Walll, Leon Rutherford, Donald Wforkman.
Doyle Myers . . . ..,.... Preridezzl Carroll Shore ....., . . Sewelm'-1'-Tret1,imer
Hoxie jones . . . . Vire-Preridwzl Miss Bain johnson , . . ..,....... Sjmnmr
BOYS, FIRST AID A D SAFETY
Ronald Barker , ...... Preridenf Joe Delierry ..... . . . Sefrelary-Treamrer'
Grant Harris , . . ................... Vive-Preriderzl Mr. Hardy Henry ........... ,... ..... ..,... S p 0 mor
Fin! Roux lefi In righlx Manuel Kranis, Vernon Myers, David Taylor, Jimmie Hampton, Hoxie Jones, Charles Stewart,
Freddie Perdue. 0 Semmz' Razr: Edgar Wells, Gary Sherrill, C. R. Fisher, Haroldeen Coggins, Douglas Hartsell, Davie
Lee MCSWain, Bill Garrett, Joe DeBerry. 0 Third Roux' Zeb Hanner, Buddy Ludwick, Hardy Henry, Grant Harris,
Ronald Barker, Jim Kenny, Roy Smith.
GIRLS, FIRST ID A D SAFETY
Firr! Roux Zell In righl: Nellie Caldwell, Betty Lyndon, 0 Semzzd Roux' Edna Elgin, Bertha Poole, Joyce Creed. 0 Third
Roux' Doris Cranford, Pauline Sebastain, Emma Hanner, Miss Eleanor Hauser, adviser.
Joyce Creed ,... .....,.......,,.. P rexidwzf Bertha Poole ........... . . Vire-Prexidezzl
Doris Cranford . ......... ...... S erremrg -Trm,r1n'er
JU IOR TRI-Hi-Y
Sybil Hinkle . . . ..... Preridenl Katherine I-Iodgin . . . . . Serrelizrg
Nancy Hoyle . . . ........,. Vice-Preridwzf Imogene Garrett ....,. . . . . . . ,..., 747'L'aI.lZl7'l'I'
Miss Betty Welcli ..............,...,.,..,. Spfmwr
Firxl Row, Ieff lu fight: Syble Davis, Jean Hall, Imogene Poole, Hilda Gullimore, Charlotte Carrol, Janice Dickens,
Patty Sue Jarrett. 0 Second Roux' Patsy Barnes, Jewetta Gruhh, Katherine Hoclgin, Nancy Hoyle, Barbzira Chandler,
Imogene Garrett, Shirley Beck. 0 Third Roux' Miss Betty Welch, Dorothy Huffman, Syhil Hinkle, Erninu Jean Crisp,
Firif Roux left za rigfaz: Peggy Bryant, Barbara Peters, Jo Ann Slate, Betty Yates, Joyce Benn. O Second Roux' Josie
Grimes, Bill Murphy, Catherine Prince.
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Firirzf Razr, fefl lo riglvf: Donald Moore and Guy Melton.
Serwza' Roux' Norman Crews, Donald Cranford, Bill Connell, David Lee
IVlcSwain, David Wfardlaw, Bill Garrett, Harold Deen Coggins. Donald
Hill, Edgar Cranford.
Tlvirri Rfzzzx' Richard MeLendon, manager, and Jackie Lyndon, manager,
Darwin Sowers, Darr Shealy, Ir, Herman Dunning, Bobby Hartman,
Grant Harris, Joe Connell, Joe DeBerry, jim Kenny, Roy Smith, Coach
Ijflflffb Roux' Gilbert Batten, Dewey Welboril, Bobby Ballard, Paul Breed-
love, Grover Mendenhall, Harold Younts, Bobby Stinchcomb, Paul Berrier,
Edward Huffman, Ronald Barker.
jUNIGR VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM
Ifiryf Razr. feff fo right: Bill Darr, Dalton Cranford, David Mullis, Leroy
Gardner, Guy Smith, Bob Dickens.
.SlCt'0714f Roux' David Taylor, Bill Fox, james Mcflormiek, Gary Sherrill,
Tommy Harris, Edgar Wfells, Richard XVestmoreland.
'lfzird Roux' Darr Shealy, coach, james Rutherford, Darrell Hepley, Douglas
Hill, Franklin Hall, jerry Don Kirkman, Robert Baity, joe Don Gallimore,
Iinffrllv Roux' Clifford Hunt, Arnold Sullivan, Bob Boyles, Robert Farring-
ton, Charles Myers, Allen Cranford.
BQYS, VARSITY BASKETBALL
lfirfz Run. lefz In rigbf: jackie Lyndon, Tommy Beard, Bobby Myers, Douglas Callicut, joe DeBerry, 0 Serwzd Roux'
Coach Darr Shealy, Richard Mcl.endon, Dewey Wfelborn, W. K. Saunders, Bobby johnson, Darr Shealy, jr., Bill Con-
nell, Melvin Hilton, Odell Spainhour, managers.
Co-Cr1pf.1im-Bill Connell and Richard Mcl.endon.
GIRLS, VARSITY BASKETBALL
Fin! Razr. left In rigbzs Doris Ann Jones, Sylvia Beck, Hazel Overeash, Peggy I-lartsell, Lonanna Prince, Ann Holladay,
Daney Melton, Doris Gallimore, 0 Semffd Roux' Nell Boyles, Shirley Boggs, Sylvia Sue Kanoy, Mildred Coggins, Joyce
Creed, Linda Clodfelter, Shirley Parrish, Katherine -Iones, Ann Jester, and Ann Bishop, 0 Tfaira' Roux Barbara Willia11'd,
manager, Imogene Garrett, Evelyn Pierce, Iris Hinkle, Dorothy Huffman, Syble Hinlcle, Nancy Stilwell, Patty Sue Hall,
Carol Stewart, jackie Primm, Miss lileanor Hauser, coach, Anne Murphy, manager.
Cf,-C.1f11.1i11,i-joyce Creed and Sue Kanoy.
Bill Cnnncll ,..,. . ..... Prwidenl Hazel Ovcrciisli ,,...,......,, ,.,. S wrmir1-'l'w.1i1n-ur
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lfif-if lfuzr, ld! iff riglvlq Betty Tysingcr, Mildred Cnggins, D.incy Multnn. Hubby -lnlmsnn, Hill Cnnnyll, Annu Murphy
Cllmrlcm Annu Slim-cn, Kitty Dliirrctt. O Sccund Row: Hagel Ovcrcusli, Miss lflciinm' Hiiuscr, iiilviscrg Linda Clndfcltcr
Douglas Cullicut, Riclizirrl MCI-cnrlnn, Cliilrlcs Hampton, Doris juncs, Sylvia Beik. O Third Roux' Mr. Hixrily Henry
.ulviscrg Diiri' Sliciily, Donnie Cranford, Norman Crews, Enlgiii' HUHIIILIU, Binh Myers, Mr. L. D. Shciily, iulvisci'
Luft In rflglilx BL-tty Ann Tysingcr, S.inLlrii kldrrctt. Shirley Burrus, Ruth Gl'L1j',CllglI'lCS Annu Slim-n. 0 Ifzwfm Kitty ,liirrctt
Chief Cl1cci'lf:z1dci'g Ann Allmuml.
CLONIGER BUICK COMPANY
216 West Main Street Telephone 300
lVfJe1z Belief Azzlonzobilw' Are Bail!-Bimsk Will Build Them
GRAY CONCRETE PIPE CO., Inc.
Concrete Pipe and Cinder Blocks
Phone 419 - 485
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21f2"iQ Paid on Savings
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It ls Our Duty To Make Good Our Opportunity
Good Health ls Our Greatest Asset
For The Finer! In Dfziry Produrtf
LINDALE MILK AND ICE CREAM
FRED MURPHY'S TIRE SERVICE
Gas, Oil, and Accessories
Brown Clinarcl C. W. Clinard
Hagan Knitting Company
Sample and Fancy Half Hose
Thomasville North Carolina
Leach's Curb Market and Cafe
"The ber! of fowl for 6'I'r?l"j'077L'H
5 Randolph Street
Harrell Chevrolet Co., Inc.
Thomasville, N. C.
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and Service Co.
Randolph Street Extension
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Black Lumber Company
All Kinds of Building Material
Randolph Road Phone 812
Thomasville, N. C.
Community Food Center
Fresh Produce, Groceries, and Meats
Self Serzfife and D!!jl'Kl'j5.l'
Randolph Street Extension
Phone 2527 Thomasville
107 Salem Street
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Famous Brands Association Store
EXPGU MON? 24 East Main
Style v Service A Satisfaction
TASTY BAKERY Thomasville Coca-Cola
"UVa Specialize In llveddizlgx, Parfier BOM-Img Company
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Delicious and Refreshing
40 East Main
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MAURICE MILLS CGMPANY
Manufacturers of Men's Half Hose
M. L. Bales, President and Treasurer
Thomasville BOSTON STORE
Tire and Battery Company L0d'e5 Department
100 West Main Street
Phone 366 Maggie johnson Lena Fair
Sink Electric Company
Home Appliance and Paint
A , Company
Frigidaircs - Radios Y Washing Your Home Touvz Dealer 112
Machines Paints - Appliances
46 Salem St. Phone 503 Television Sets
THE RECORD SHOP
4 Commerce Street
NANCE'S FLOWER SHOP
Cut Flowers - Corsages
F!UIl'C'.l'.l for Aff Ocm,ri011.s'
44 Main St. Phone 966
Thomasville, North Carolina
lce Cream and Eat Shop
Steakburgers Our Specialty
Phone 2317 21 West Main St
COX 6' PATE
Men's Clothing Store
Visit This Convenient and Friendly
Efird's Department Store
Thomasville, North Carolina
Thomasville and Denton
"Nolbi1zg bm Serifire Io Sell"
Thomasville Theatre Co.
Crowell-Newby Gift Shop
1 I Trade Street
JULIUS A. GREEN
Security Life and Trust Co.
i'7lb0II!fI.l'l'fHE",l' Lending Life
I1z.rm'nm'e A genryu
Ladies, and Men's Ready to Wear
6 East Main-5 Salem Streets
Thomasville, North Carolina
Hodgin Furniture Company
UCUIIIPIKIK Home lizlrfziafvizlgf'
Phone 843 105 Salem Street
TH E BOSTON STORE
9 East Main Street
FLOWER 5' GIFT SHOP
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Vrslt our Complete Gilt Department .
Phone 593 31 Wfinston St.
Thomasville Family Laundry
J. C. GREEN AND SONS
Dry Cleaning and Pressing
Telephone 550 Dial 374
SPAINHOUR TIN SHOP
73? Tin and Sheet Metal Works
HOLTON FURNITURE CO. 4
ik Thomasville - Phone 888
High Point 4 Phone 3057
THE JEWEL SHUPPE
"FOR FINER GIFTS"
Thomasville, North Carolina
Citizens Insurance Agency
of Thomasville, Inc.
LANK HARRIS, Manager
"Tb0lm15z'ille'.r Leading Clefuzerr
East Main Street
Hinkle Milling Company
MEANS SERVICE STATION
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2-i Hour Xlifrecker Service
625 National Highway
REX OIL COMPANY
Becks Used Cars and Garage
Otlice Phone 2539
AMAZON COTTON MILL
Thomasville, N. C.
SlNK'S CLEANERS Thomasville Bowling Alley
Carolina Underwear Co., Inc.
Thomasville, N. C.
Quality Bedding and Batting
Thomasville, North Carolina
JEWEL COTTON MILL
609 East Main Street Q
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' RUSSELL AND CREWS
C. L. LOFTIN SHOE SHOP
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Meats - Groceries - Produce
Phone 2 3 72 Thomasville
Thomasville Upholstering Co.
Manufacturers of Living Room
Furniture of All Kinds
All School Supplies
club and odd chairs if?
'fomfeniefztly Located on the Second
Thomasville, N. C. Ff001'!'
'iii' Brown Equipment fr Supply
Snow White Luncheonette C0-I lnc-
Lexington Road 19 E. Guilford Street
ik Phone 894 Thomasville, N. C
Phone 2581 BOX 766 Carl T. Richardson
Dogwood Hosiery Company Real Estate C1 Insurance
Salem Street ifiisi National Bank Building
Thomasville, N. C. Phone 955
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FANCY AND PLAIN VENEERS
401 Welborn Street Phone 465
Thomasville Chair Company
Finch Furniture Company
THOMASVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
PERKINS PONTIAC, INC.
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Phone 548 408 National Highway
Thomasville Hosiery Mills
Thomasville, North Carolina
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Home of Beautilul Shoes For
Ladies and Children
Thomasville Dry Goods
Thomasville, N. C.
THE GOLD SHOP
Ladies Wfearing Apparel
Thomasville, N. C.
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30 XV. Main St. Thomasville, N. C
Community Hardware, Inc.
34 Salem St. Phone 335
Thomasville, N, C.
Thompson Auto Company
Expert Body and Paint Works
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Reliable Automobile Agency"
PAUL MOTOR COMPANY
716 mst Mlm sneer
Studebaker Cars and Trucks
Wagger Jewelry Store
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34 East Main Street
V SoutherryYeneer Company,
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Phone 2 357
LA G G' W BORN
Your Dodge and Plymouth Dealer
Phone 811 National Hwy
Thomasville, N. C.
North State Veneer Company
Telephone No. 891
P. O. Box 751
Thomasville, N. C.
Stop and Visit This Friendly Store
301 julian Avenue
Peoples Building and Loan
50 Salem Street
Thomasville, N. C.
john R. Perry, Sec'y.-Treas.
J. W. Boyles, President
9 XVest Main Street
Blackstone Hosiery Mills
Thomasville, North Carolina
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