Trinity High School - Trinhian Yearbook (Trinity, NC)
- Class of 1950
Page 1 of 84
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Published by the Senior Class of I95I
TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL
RINITY, NORTH CARGLINA
JEAN HILL ANNIf NEWTON
Fonmzsr MENDENHALL, Business Manager
In the 1950 TRINHIAN we have retraced
our steps through the past year in order to
present a comprehensive view and a com'
posite picture of the succession of events,
incidents, and details which have made it an
unforgettably happy one. We have en'
deavored to arrange, within these covers, an
outline for reminiscing.
The production of this annual has def
manded of us hard Work and concentrated
effort, as it does for the production of any
yearbook, It is only through the energy of
the boys and girls in the Senior Class and
their sponsor that this memoramdum has
May this, the midfcentury edition of
the TRINHIAN be well received, and may it,
in the future, become an invaluable souvenir.
ANNE AND JEAN
In appreciation for her years of service to our school, and for her
keen interest in each student whom she has taught, the class of 1950
dedicates this edition of the Trinhian to Miss VIRGINIA RBDDING.
The F CULTY
MR. MILLARD Cosuz, Coachg Miss LAURA E. DAVIS, Scienceg
MR. W. DAvxs, Agriculture.
MR. L. H. KooN
MRs. HARVEY FARLOW, Cafeteria Managerg MRs. JIMMIE KELLY, Spanish and Englishg MR. J. W. HINES,
English, Miss MARY ELIZABETH MAY, Mathmatics.
Miss VALRRIA MENDBNHALL, Home Economicsg MRs. GURNEY PEACE, English and Dramaticsg MRs. HARRY R01-HROCK, Commemalg MR
SIDNEY UNDERWOOD, Historyg MRs. EVELYN M. WARD, History, English.
PAUL ALLEN ALBERTSON
MRs. GURNEY PEACE
PEARL CAs:-IATT MA1-Tn: LEE Hicks
High School Picture Manager Grade Picture Manager
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Trinhian Staff lcon't.J
BETTY JEAN FLYNT
Alumni GW' Friends
Alumni GY Fnends
J, D. HILL
Alumni 63' Friends
Snap Shot Edztor
MAIICELENE Cno1-Ts Dolus ELLIOTT JACK Bouzs Bonanz SNYDER BARBARA WADE
Baby Picture Manager Superlative Picture Manager Superlative Picture Assistant Typist 'Typist
CHARLES PEACE, Presidentg Room DAVIS, Vxce Presidentg
PEARL CASIIATT, Secretaryg BETTY JUAN FLYNT, 'Treasurerg ANNE
NEWTON, Repmtevg BARBARA WALL, Devononal Chairmang PATSY
LEACH, Room Managerg BENNIE ROBBINS, Reporter.
"We accept the challenge"
Orchid and White
j. D. COLTRANE
ROBERT EDWARDS DORIS ELL1or'r
VERMELL CROTTS HURLEY
-I. D. HILL JEAN HILL
BETTY JEAN FLYNT
PAUL ALBERTSON: Things happen fast and funny when Paul puts in an appearance. Class reporter 5: F. II. A. Club I, 2: 4-H
Club l, 2: 5: Glee Club 2, 5: Beta Club 5, 4: Football 5: Athletic Association l: Paper Stal? 4: Iunior Play 5: Spanish Play 5. IACK
BOLES: Jack has a disposition of good nature, and a personality of friendliness, valuable traits of a bus driver. F. F. A. Club 1, 2: Bus
Driver 4: Athletic Association l: Boys Home Economics Club 5: Aeronautics Club 5: Annual Stat? 4: Football 5, 4. PEARL CASHATT:
Everything about Pearl demands sincerity, respect and love from her wide circle ot friends. Class Secretary 5, 4: Beta Club 5, 4: Paper
Staff 4: Class Editor 5: Book Store 5: Annual Statf4: Office StaFf 4. BOBBY CLODFELTER: When things seem to hit you the hardest
Bob is the fellow to see. His good cheer and kind understanding are better than any medicine. Football l, 2, 5, 4: Basketball 5, 4: Glue
Clu 5: Dramatics 4: Baseball 2, 5, 4: Paper Stall' 4: Annual Staff 4: Spanish Play 5: Junior Play 5: Banquet Committee 5: Reporter 2:
King 2. D. COLTRANE: I, D. is a "pal" to girls and boys alike. MARCELENE CROTTS: Good sportsmanship and all-around
good fun can always be found with Marcie. Glee Club 2, 5: 4-H Club l, 2: Dramatics Club 4: Beta Club 5, 4: Spanish Play 5: Annual
Statl' 4: Iunior Play 5: Paper Staff 4: F. H. A. Club l, 2, 5, 4: Athletic Association l: Librarian 2, 5, 4: Basketball l: Dramatics Play 4.
NELSON CROTTS: When everything else is disheveled, Nelson's neat appearance in dress, and personality is a relief. Beta Club 5, 43
F. F. A. Club l, 2: Marshal 5, 4: Vice-President Dramatics 4: Spanish Club 5. VERMELI, CROTTS: Gentle speech and character are
two of the buldest traits of Vermell's personality. ROGER DAVIS: Where personality ends and Roger begins is hard to distinguish,
for it is one of his characteristics that stands out to everyone. Class President l: Cheerleader l: Class Treasurer 2: F. F. A. Club 2: Ath-
letic Association I: Glee Club 5: Dramatics Club 4: Class Vice-President 4: Vice-President Beta Club 5, 4: Paper Staff 4. MACK ED-
WARDS: Clear, straight thinking and dependability prove Mack's qualified membership in many organizations. Bus Driver 4: F. F. A.
Club l, 2: 4-H Club I: Beta Club 5, 4: Spanish Play 5: Junior Play 5: Paper Statf 4. ROBERT EDWARDS: No matter what may
arise you can depend on Robert to meet it with a good natured grin. F. F. A. Club l, 2, 5, 4: Vice-President F. F. A. Club 4: Bus Driver
5, 4: Athletic Association 1. DORIS ELLIOTT: By always being courteous and friendly to all she meets, Doris in return receives con-
stant tompanionship. F. H. A. Club 1, 2, 5, 4: Glee Club 2, 5: Beta Club 5, 4: Paper Staff 4: Annual Staff 4: Popularity Queen 5: Iunior
Play :Spanish Club 5, 4: Dramatics Club 4: Librarian 5: Office StaH'4: Dramatics Club Play 4: Spanish Play 5. BETTY JEAN FLYNT:
Full of pep and humor. Betty is the member of our class most valuable on our "off days". Class Vice-President l: Class President 2: Class
Treasurer 4: Cheerleader 2,5, 4: F. H. A, Club 2, 5, 4: F. H. A. Club Ofiicer 2, 5, 4: Popularity Queen I: Homecoming Queen Attcndent
5, 4: Cvlee Club 2, 5: Dramatics Club 4: Marshal 5, 4: Beta :lub 5, 4: Secretary Beta flub 4: Paper Staff 4: Athletic Association I: Annual
Stall' 4: Iunior Play 5: Spanish Play 5: Librarian 2. BOYD HARRISON: Boyd is a link in the chain that always pulls with the rest of
us. F. F. A. I, 2, 5, 4: 4-H Club l, 2: Bus Driver 4: Athletic Association l, BILL HAWKINS: Bill is always a lirm supporter for what
he believes in, regardless uf the opposing odds. Jamestown High School 1, 2, 5: Football 4: Dramatics Club 4: Paper Stat? 4: King 4.
MATTIE LEE HICKS: One of Mattie Lee's greatest assets is her sparkling smile, extended each and every day, to each, and everyone.
F. F. A. Club 1, 2, 5, 4: Glee Club 2, 5: Athletic Association I: Annual Staff 4. BILLY HILL: As long as Bill keeps his friendly outlook
on life, good things are bound to come his way. F.F. A. Club I, 2, 5: Bus Driver 5, 4: Athletic Association I: Glee Club 5: Annual Staff 4:
I. D. HILL: Yvbere ever support is needed most, I. D. is there pushing with all his power. Foltball 5. JEAN HILL: Yvell-rounded in
all things, Jean has been a leader among her classmates in all her school days. Having the highest academic standing in the class, Jean is
valedictorian. Cheerleader I, 2, 5, 4: F. H. A. Club I, 2, 5, 4: F. II. A Club Vice-President 2: Uramatics Club 4: F. ll. A. Club President
5, 4: Glee Club 2, 5: French Club President 5: Beta Club 5, 4: Spanish Club 4: Spanish Play 5: Junior Play 5: Dramatics Play 4: Reporter
2, 5: Paper Statf 4: Chief Marshal 5, 4: Co-editor-in-chief of Annual 4: Debating Team 5. 4: Bookstore 5. LUCY HILL: Although Lucy
is quick-minded and slightly restrained, she is a "iewel" of a pal when you get to know her well. F. H. A. Club l, 2, 5, 4: 4-H Club I,
2, 5: Iunior Plar 5: Glee Club 5: Librarian 2. IO N HUGHES:Abubbling personality and a charming disposition make "Io" one of
the '50 seniors most likely to be remembered. Glee Club 2, 5: Athletic Association I: French Club 5: F. H. A. Club l, 2, 5: 4-II Club 2,
5: Basketball 2, 4: Homecoming Queen Attendent 5. LOUISE JOHNSON: An attitude of sincerity and quietness of manner, make
Louise a commmendable individual. Spanish Club 4: Spanish Play 5: Paper Statl' 4: Bulletin Board Chairman 2, 4: Annual Staff 4. RAY
JONES: Although Ray may often seem a little shy, the true spirit is always there for the best of all concerned. Basketball 5, 4: Baseball
4: Beta Club 4: Dramatics Club 4: F. F. A. Club I, 2: Athletic Association l. WALTER JONES: YValter's wit and friendliness make
him a favorite in everyone's list. King I: F. F. A. Club 1, 2, 5, 4: F. F. A. Omcer 5: 4-II Club l, 2, 5: Bus Driver 4.
Born HARRISON BILL HAwK1Ns MATTIE LEE Hicks BILLY Hn.:
JOAN HUGHES Louis!! JOHNSON RAY JONES WALTER JoNrs
SHERRILL LAMBETH: Although Sherrill has a quiet manner, he never refuses anyone a favor. PATSY LEACH: Having a frank
and open mind, and an ability for management, makes Patsy completely capable at any occasion. F. H. A. 1, 2, 5, 4: Beta Club 5, 4:
Treasurer of French Club 5: Dramatics Club 4: Librarian 1. BOBBY LEDBETTER: Searching for a friend who is genuine and real
an all around good guy? Then we suggest you pick Bobby. F. F. A. Club 1, 2, 5, 4: President of F. F. A. Club 4: 44H Club 1, 2. CHRIS-
TINE LOVE: Christine has always been a very cooperative member of our class, with the correct attitude toward all activities. F. H.
A. Club l, 2, 5, 4: 4-H Club l, 2: French Club 5. MARTHA McDOWELL: Dependability and kindness have made Martha a favored
person with faculty and students alike. Glee Club 2, 5: 4-H Club l, 2: Dramatics Club 4: Beta Club 5, 4: Marshal 5, 4: Spanish Play
5: Iunior Play 5: Annual Staff 4: Paper Stat? 4: F.'H. A. 1, 2, 5, 4: Athletic Association 1: Librarian 5, 4: Dramatics Play 4. ANNIE
L. MCGEE: Aggressive in friendship: fun in a crowd, Annie Laura is one who just can't be "typed", LAWRENCE McNEILL: When
Lawrence quits talking long enough to do some thinking, as a general rule, it is worthwhile. Beta Club 5, 4: Beta Club Treasurer 4: F.
H. A. Club 1, 2: Marshal 5, 4: Spanish Play 5: Dramatics Club 4. FORREST MENDENHALL: Capable in leading, dependable always
easy to get along with, that is Forrest. Athletic Association 1: F. F. A. Treasurer 2: Football 2, 5, 4: Baseball 2: Class Treasurer 5: Busi-
ness Manager of Annual 4: Co-Captain of Football Team: 4-H Club l, 2, 5, 4: F. F. A. Club I, 2: Dramatics Club 4: Spanish Play 5:
Bus Driver 5, 4: Iunior Class Play 5: Glee Club 2, 5: 4-H Club Vice-President: Dramatics Club Play 4: Paper StatT 4. DONALD MIKLES:
Donald has the spirit and ability to capture the bright future for which he is headed. 4-H Club 1, 2: Glee Club 2, 5: Basketball l, 2, 5, 4:
Captain of Basketball Team 4: Football 2, 5, 4: Baseball 2, 5, 4: Spanish Club 4: Athletic Association 1: King l: Spanish Play 5: Dramatics
Club 4. JOHN MIKLES: Iohn's ability to think with good common sense has often kept the class from making an unwise move. Band
1: 4-H Club l: Football 4: Baseball Manager I, 2: Baseball 5, 4: Basketball Manager 2, 5: Basketball 1: Dramatics Club 4: F. F. A. l,
2: Boys Home Economics 5. IRENE MITCHELL: Exceeding in good academic qualities, Irene receives another notch for her deter-
mination to work. Class Secretary 1: Basketball 1, 2: Beta Club 4: Athletic Association l: F. H. A. Club l, 2, 5, 4: Softball l, 2: 4-H Club
1, 2, 5. ANNE NEWTON: Anne is witty and intelligent. 2 he can adapt herself to any situation. Class Vice-President l: Popularity Queen
1: F. H. A. Club Treasurer 2, 5, 4: Reporter 2, 5, 4: Basketball 1: Beta Club 5, 4: Beta Club Officer 4: Marshal 5, 4: Devotional Chair'
man 2: Vice-President French Club 5: Homecoming Queen Attendent 5: Spanish Club 4: Spanish Play 5: Junior Play 5: Debating Team
5, 4: Dramatics Club 4: Cheerleader 4: Glee Club 2, 5: Dramatics Club Play 4: 4-H Club l: Athletic Association 1: Bookstore 5. BILLY
NEWTON: Billy's knowledge of radio engineering promises to lead to a wonderful future for him. F. F. A. Club l, 2, 5: Spanish Play 5:
Iunior Class Play 5: Substitute Bus Driver 5, 4: Boys Home Economics Club 5. MAXINE OLIVER: Maxine is a person who is ever
ready and willing to join in and help in all activities. F. H. A. 1, 2, 5: Basketball l, 5: 4-H Club 2, 5, 4. HELEN OWEN: Helen's likable
ways and good looks aid in her popularity with everyone. Glee Club 2, 5: French Club 5: 4-H Club 1. 2. 5: F. H. A. Club 1, 2: Athletic
Association 1: Homecoming Queen Attendant 5: Popularity Queen 5. CHARLES PEACE: Charles has a pleasing personality and char-
acter. Although inclined to be mischievious sometimes, he is often serious, but all in all, he is the best-allsaround boy in our class. Basket-
ball l, 2, 5, 4: Beta Club President 4: Class President 4: Spanish Play 5: F. F. A. Club 1, 2: Business Manager of Paper 4: Annual Staff'
4: Iunior Play 5: Marshal 5, 4: Beta Club 5, 4. IOYCE PEELE: Ioyce is always ready and willing to turn the tide of conversation
into its hilarious best. F. H. A. Club 1, 2, 5, 4: 4-H Club 2, 5: French Club 5. BENNIE ROBBINS: With strength in spiritual and moral
character, Bennie is a gentleman to everyone and in everything. Having an excellent academic standing, Bennie is Salutatorian. Class
President 2, 5: 4-H Club President 4: F. F. A. Club President 2: Beta Club 5, 4: Marshal 5, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 5, 4: Baseball l, 2, 5, 4:
Football: French Club 2, 5: Glee Club 5: Annual Staff 4: Class Editor 1: Class Reporter 1, 4: Paper Staff 4: Dramatics Club 4: 4-H Club
1, 2, 5, 4: F. F. A. Club 1, 2: Athletic Association I: Bus Driver 5, 4: Patrol Chairman 4: Iunior Play 5: Dramatics Club Play 4: President
of Dramatics Club 4. WAYNE RUTH: Wayne is one of those who never meets a stranger and can readily adapt himself to any situation
Wilson High School: Maricxn High School: French Club 5: Paper Stat? 4. JACK SNIDER: lack has the spunk to take anything handed
him, and still come out on top. BOBBIE SNYDER: Efficient and dependable are words used accurately when describing our Bobbie.
F. H. A. Club l, 2, 5. 4: 4-H Club l: Annual StatT43 Office 5, 4. JANET SNYDER: She is not often heard voicing her opinion, however,
Janet has proven to have a keen one. RALPH SMALL: Although Ralplfs special attainments are in Baseball, he is Cooperative in all
things. 4-H Club l, 2, 5: F. F. A. 1, 2, 5, 4: Baseball I, 2, 5, 4: Football 2. BILL SMALL: Bill is always ready and eager to add his sup-
port to any undertaking. High Point High School l: Latin Club l: Ir. Varsity Football l: F. F. A. Club 2: Glee Club 2: Football 2, 5. 4:
French Club 5: Boy's Home Economics Club 5.
SHERRIL LAMBETH PATSY LEACH Boaav LEDBETTER CHRISTINE Love
FORREST MENDENHALL DONALD Mamas joan Mucuss IRENE MITCHELL
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ANNIIE L. MCGliE LAWRENCE MCNEIL
BILLY NEWTON MAXINE OLIVER RALPH SMALL BILL SPELL
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NORMA SPENCER: A dependable, etiicient person of firm convictions
that's Norma. She is admired and respected by many. Class Secretary and
Treasurer 2: Class Reported 1, 2: Cvlee Club 2, 5: Debating Team 5: 4-II
Club l, 2: F. H. A. Club l, 2, 5, 4: Popularity Queen 4: Editor of Paper 4:
Beta Club 5, 4: Homecomin' Queen Attendant 5: Marshal 5, 4: Iunior Play
5: Spanish Play 5: Annual StatT 4: Dramatics Club 4: Secretary of Dramatics
Club 4: Athletic Association I: Librarian l, 2, 5, 4: Dr matics Play. BAR-
BARA WADE: Barbara always has the willing attitude to help on all occasions.
F. II. A. Club I, 2, 5, 4: 4-H Club I: Annual Stan' 4: Oiiice 4. WANDA
WALKER: Sweetness a d an even-temper make Wanda the most sought
after senior when things aren't exactly peaceful. Cvlee Clu 2, 5: F. I'I. A.
2, 5, 4: Athletic Association 1: 4-I'I Club 1, 2, 5: Vice-President 4-H Club
2, 5: Dramatics Club 4: Beta Club 4: Iunior Play 5: Annual Staff 4: Paper
Staff 4: Class Reporter 1, 2, 5: Librarian 2, 5: Dramatics Play 4: Class Editor
5. BARBARA WALL: Barbara possesses deep character and always con-
trives to have the goo.l sportsmanship attitude. F. H. A. Club I, 2, 5, 4: Glee
Club I, 2, 5: Athletic Association 1: Beta Club 5, 4: Marshal 5, 4: French
Club 5: Iuni r Play 5: Debating Club 5: Dramatics 4: Club Spanish Play 5:
Paper Staff 4: Annual Stat? 4: Librarian 2, 5: Dramatics Club Play 4. JANE
WHITE: One of Iane's many traits is her dazzling store of vitality. Carthage
High School 1, 2: Cheerleader 2, 4: Glee Club 5: Paper Stali' 4: Marshal 5,
4: Beta Club 4: Spanish Play 5: Paper Statf 4: Annual Staff 4: lunior Play 5.
JACK VARNER: With Iaclfs willingness to work and a standard in mind,
he will surely prosper. 4-H Club 1, 2, 5: Athletic Association I: F. F. A. Club
2, 5, 4: Glee Club 2, 5: Bus Driver 4. LLOYD WHITE: Good natured and
"game" for anything, Lloyd can always be counted on. HERMAN IKOOD:
Herman's attitude toward life parallels with his attitude on the football field:
he's in there to win. CHRISTINE YOW: Christine is a girl who will do
anything to help her fellowmen.
lt was on August 29, 1946 that we began our high school careers in Miss Crouse's and Mr. Welborn's
home rooms. As representatives of Miss Crouse's room, Donald Mikles and Anne Newton won the title of
Harvest King and Queen. Since this was our lirst year in high school we took part in few extracurricular
In our sophomore year, we had Miss Davis and Miss Cranford for our home room teachers and it was by
their help that we were determined to accomplish much. Class ofhcers for Miss Davis's room were: President,
BENNIE ROBBINSQ Vice President, ANNE NBWTONQ Secretary and Tresaurer, NOILMA SPENCER. Miss Cranford's
room oliicers were: President, BETTY JEAN FLYNTQ Vice President, BILLY l'luIxLEYg Secretary, LoI1ENE POYNTERQ
Treasurer, RocEa DAv1s. On December 3, 1947, both classes sponsored Bob jones' Quiz Show. Near the end
of our school term, Miss Cranford resigned to be married and she has been greatly missed by all.
When we were juniors, Mrs. Walter and Mrs. Swiggett were our home room teachers. Our class oiiicers
were: President, BENNIE ROBBINS, Vice President, BETTY JEAN FLYNTQ Secretary, PEARL CASHATTQ and Treasurer,
Fonnssr MENDENI-IALL. October 6 was indeed an exciting day, for we all brought our money and got those
long awaited class rings. This month the class sponsored a square dance in the gym, with half' the proceeds
going to the gym fund. Our profit was S102.69. In December, the junior Class presented a show, "The Lazy
Moon MirIstrels" from which we cleared S162.00. On December 23, eleven marshals were installed in a very
impressive program with Rev. Fred Setzer as guest speaker. In january there were 19 members tapped and
initiated for membership in the Beta Club. With the proceeds we had made during the yearg along with the
junior bookstore money we were ready to have the Junior'Senior Banquet. The theme was Far Away Places,
and the Balinese Room of the Robert E. Lee Hotel, in Winstonfsalem was the scene of this gala event, on March
25, 1949. Since everyone had such a grand time and enjoyed Bill Kelly's orchestra so much, we gave a semi-
formal dance in the gym on May 27. The theme was "Stardust" and this happily ended our junior year.
On September 1, 1949, Mrs. Peace greeted her 58 Seniors and said she was proud to be our home room
teacher. We were ready to begin working to make our year a happy and prosperous one. We elected our class
officers who are: President, CHARLES PBACEQ Vice President, Roman DAVISQ Secretary, PEARL CASHATTQ Treasurer,
BETTY JEAN FLYNT. Then we chose our Co-editors and Business Manager of the annual who are: JEAN HILL,
ANNE NEWTON and FORREST MBNDENHALL respectively. The senior class voted to dedicate the 1950 tlTRlNHlAN"
to Miss Virginia Redding, a member of Trinity High School faculty for more than 25 years. On November
2nd Sftyatwo seniors went to Chapel Hill to the Morehead Planetarium and later in the year there were 5
seniors who attended a Social Standards Conference in Asheboro. Even though there was much to do at Christ-
mas time this year, Mrs. Peace still carried out the custom of giving the class a Christmas party in the Home
Economics Building. Everyone had a wonderful time. This year we sold stationery, flavoring, story book dolls,
pen and pencil sets, pins and pennants to help finance our trip to Washington which is planned for April 20-23.
We have won the P. T. A. membership drive and several other contests this year. Norma Spencer and Bill
Hawkins were winning high school representatives from the Senior class in the Harvest Festival King and
On April 13th and 15th, the Dramatics Class presented the Senior Play, "Dear Papa." This threefact
comedy was a commendable production.
Our class colors are orchid and white, our llower is the sweet pea, and our motto is "We accept the Chalf
lenge". We hope to face the life ahead of us with an even greater faith and vitality than we had four years
ago when we entered high school.
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Crnils, Sl-ICUNI1 ROW: Ruger Davis, Doris Elliott, Bcity lean Flyni, liuyal llnrrisun, Billy Hawkins, Mullin- Luc Hicks.
Tmlm Row: han Ilill, Lucy Hill, loan Hughes, Lnuisu Iulmsnn, Ray Innes, Patsy LL-nuli. Fomvrn Row: Bulfliy
Lcnllwilcr, lVhu'tlm Mcllmwll, Annie Laura McGee, l,awrcncc MK-Neil, Form-sl Nlunmlunlmll, Iulin Miklcs. FII-"I'll
Row: lrcnc MitL'l1ull, Anne Ncwtnn, Billy Newton, Hclcn Uwcn, Clmrlcs Pczxcc, lnyuc Pauls. SIXTH Row: Bcnnic
Rolnlxins, Iancf Snyxlcr, Ralph Small, Bill Spell, Norma Spcncur, Burlmra Xvzulc. SI-:YI-1N'l'll RUW: NVnmla YVullu-r,
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MR. E. W. AUMAN, Presxdeutg MR. E. W. WFLIIORN, EIR.. Vme Prcszdentg MRS. CIIARLII' MORIIAN, Seo
remryg MISS VIRGINIA RIIIIDING. FITYEIISIIJKTL MR. D. S. LINDFRNXOOI7, Funds Clmxrmfmg MRS. PILL I'AvNI:.
Pmgmm Chmrmang MRS, T. R. HENDRIX, Grade Represe1m1tI1'e CImIr1mmg MR. L. H. KOON. School Prxncipfllg
MRS. LVROI' HANCOCK. Publicrty CIIIIITWIIIIIQ MISS VALIIRIA MENIIISNHAII. HfIxpI'tIIIIry CIILIlTINtI7IQ MRS. HIRQII
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Left to right: MR. TIIORMS .I. RI'ImINI:g MR. R. LILIINN AI.RI'R'I's.1Ng MR. T. R. ENIQLIRII, CIIIIIIIIIIIIIQ
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Anne Newton was elected by the Senior class and
the high school faculty to represent Trinity High School
in the annual "Good Citizen" contest, sponsored by the
Alexander Martin Chapter of the Daughters of the
Anne was chosen Good Citizen on the basis of
leadership, service, and patriotism and has compiled a
scrapbook on her school, community and church activf
ities during her four years in high school. She will
attend the D. A. R. Convention in Charlotte on
February 2, 3, 4, where she will be awarded a medal
and a certificate from the national society. Anne will
also attend the Pages Ball.
NANCY .IPAN HILL
JUNIOR ROBBINS QMay
BILLY SCOGC-INS QMayD
BETTY LOELIN CMayJ
Secretary 69' Treasurer
BARBARA MENDBNHALL fDaIIi
BOBBY WHITE fDdl'iSJ
BOBBIE ENGLISH fDdl'fSD
JANICE RICH CDa1'isD
JIMMY HINSON CUnderwoodj
.IARRELL SMITH CUnderwoodJ
BARBARA Succs CUnderwood5
BETSY ANDREWS CUnderwoodj
DONALD DAVIS CHinesJ
CHARLES FLETCHER Uflinesj
RACHEL SCEARCE CHinesD
Secretary Q? Treasurer
PEGGY JEAN COLLINS
BETTY jo DAVIS J LI l 0 R
BELVA JEAN FRAIZBR
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C. A. BRADY
EMMA JEAN NICKOLS
JUNE MARIE RoYAI.s
DORIS JEAN WALL
ANNIE Lou WI-IITE
LEE ROY BECK
J. C. DOUGLAS
BILLIE ANN GOODWIN
PEGGY ANN HARRIS
JO ANN HILL
ANNA LOU HOWARD
WILLA MAE KIRRMAN
FRE HMAN CLASS
BILLIE JOAN OAKLEY
RACHEL ANN ScEAE.cE
BETTY jo SI-IEEEEY
MARY Lou SMALL
ANNA LYNN WoonELL
MR. L. H. KOON
First Row: Bennie Robbins, jack
Boles, Walter jones, jack Varner,
Second Row: Mack Edwards, Forrest
Mendenhall, Billy Hill, Edward
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A Tvrmu CLASS
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Presented by the S1xth Grades
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SCENE EROM 'THANKSGIVING PLAY
AN AGRICULTURE CLASS
GYM, AGRICULTURE, CAFETIZRIA, AND HOME
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Left to right, seated, Shirley Swiggett, Betty jo Davis, cofchiefs, Juanita Deaton, Dorothy Frazier, Geneva
Hedrick, standing. Bolvhy Pulp, Louise Farlow, Mzxrie Skeen, Louise Huslcins, Edna Farlow. and Harold Kinney.
Left to right, seated, jane White. Martha McDowell, Nancy jean Hill, chief, Norma Spencer, Betty
jean Flynt, standing, Bennie Robhins, Lawrence McNeill. Barbara Wall, Ann Newton, Nelson Crotts, and
The purpose of the National Beta Club is to promote the
ideals of honesty, service, and leadership among high school stu'
dents. To be eligible for membership in the Trinity Chapter, a
student must be a Junior or Senior with an academic standing of
85 or above and he must be approved by the high school faculty
and the Beta Club.
Under the guidance of Miss May as sponsor, Charles Peace,
Presidentg Roger Davis, Vice Presidentg Betty Jean Flynt, Sec-
retaryg and Lawrence McNeil, treasurer, the members of the
Trinity Chapter have completed and are planning several important
projects this year.
Shortly after 20 new members were tapped and initiated for
Beta Club membership we started trying to make money to defray
our expenses at the State Beta Club Convention, March 17fl9th.
Two successful square dances were sponsored in the early fall, and
Chrismas cards, all purpose cards and plastic book covers have
been sold by the Beta Members. The last money making project
being sponsored this year will be a chicken pie supper shortly
before the state convention.
Our Beta Club members also sponsor the "Bulldog Flash"
and assist in the library.
The Trinity Beta Club is now a member of the newly organ-
ized United Randolph Beta Club. We had an outstandingly
successful mass meeting at Randleman on February 20, 1950 at
which time Bobby Fulp was chosen as a nominee for vice president
of the state organization. Harold Kinney is treasurer, and Miss
May is county sponsor of the United Randolph Beta Club.
BETTY JEAN FLYNT
BETTY Jo DAVIS
SARA ELLEN PERRY
Beta Events l. Installation service. 2. Patsy and Dot at the Beta Convention. 3. Another convention shot.
4. The innocents. 5. Beta Pals. 6. Giggling gals and blushing boys. 7. Initiation victims. 8. New
Betas in ai corner. 9. Shoe shine boys.
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Norma Spencer. Editorfmfchiefg Charles Peace, Business Manager, Forrest Mendenhall, Bennie Robbins,
Circulation Managers, Martha McDowell, Exchange and Correspondence Editor, .lean Hill, Lawrence Mc'
Neill, Subscription Editors, Ann Newton, Paul Albertson, Publifzty Editors and Humor, Pearl Cashatt,
Marcelene Crotts, Editors for 7th and Sth Grades, Roger Davis. Nelson Crotts, Editors for Sth and 10th Grades,
Louise johnson, Waiidzi Walker. Art Advisors, Betty jean Flynt, Clubs and Exmi Curricular Editor, jane
White, Mack Edwards, Doris Elliott, Typistx.
The N. U. E. A. questions for debate in the national high school debating contest for 1950 is Resolved:
'That the President of the United States should be elected by the direct vote of the people." Last year our
teams won in their debates with four high schools in this district and we feel sure that with two members
of last years teams, two other very interested debaters and Mrs. Ward as coach that they will clo well in
the debating held this year. TEAMS: Affirmative: Doris Ann Davis, Frances Wagoiierg Negative: Ann New-
ton, jean Hill, Coach: Mrs. Ward,
F. H. A. CLUB
Vice President. . .
Secretary. . . .
Treasurer. . ,
Hxstcrrmn, . .
NANCY JEAN HILL
. . .MARGIB LEE WALL
. . . .BETTY ,IRAN FLYNT
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Reporter. , .
. .HHRMAN Woob
. .BOYD HARRISON
. . .WALTER JONES
F. F. A. CLUB
Secretary 69' Treasurer
Secretary 67' 'Treasurer
With Mrs. Peace as sponsor, Bennie Robbins, President, Nelson Crotts, Vice President, and Norma
Spencer, Secretary Es? Treasurer, the Dramatics Club has been quite active this year. The purpose of this club
is to learn more about the writing, acting, and producing of plays.
By popular demand the club's Christmas play, "The Christmas Rose" was presented four times. We
sincerely hope that our Senior play which is to be staged April 14th will be equally successful.
BETTY JEAN FLYNT
MRs. PEACE, Sponsor
1. The editors laugh it off. 2. Selling peanuts. 3. Sandy at the beach. 4. Nutheads.
5. Bold. heart-
less women. 6. and, smiling, the girl fell dead. 7. A Washington scene. S. At Carolina. The Fountain
fof youthj. 9. Love those columns. 10. Alone, alone, all, all alone. 11. Three of them.
poses. 13. and Santa came to Trinity. 14. Love, oh love, oh lovely love. 15. Half hrute.
16. Lovely ladies of leisure. 17. Is everybody happy? IS. Doris in agony! 19. Ya don't
20. Nature Boy. 21. The wittiest among the witty. 22. High men on the totem pole.
know, do yaf'
23. Got them
1. Hi Ho Silver! 2. Almost persuaded. 3. The "outdoor type". 4. Somewhat amused. 5. Who let
the bars down? 6. Stern chaperone. 7. Sitting pretty. 8. Dancing in the dark. 9. I'11 het she's heavy.
10. The intermission idlers. 11. And Santa comes to T. H. S. 12. While strolling through the mud one
day. 13. Ghost Riders on campus. 14. How dramatic! 15. Gorgeous gams. 16. Even better than a mule
train. 17. After the ball Cgamej was over. 18. Back up and push! 19. Old married folks. 20. Three
ittle pigs. 21. hfink numn uv it". 22. These summer romances. 23. Fish story.
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When Coach Coble came to Trinity in 1945, he entered a school which had made practically no showing
in the sports world. Coach Went right to work, and built a record for T. H. S. in football, basketball, and base'
ball, which compares favorably with the best of them. We are indebted to him for having bcttered thc minds
and bodies of our boys and girls, through athletics.
STARTING LINE UP FOOTBALL
Squatting in front: Coach, "Red" Millard Goble, fullback, Charles Gregory, and assistant coacli, jack
Hall. Left to right the other are: Cofcaptains right halfback, Bobby Clodfelterg right guard, Bobby Fulpg center,
jack Stilleyg Cofcaptain right tackle, Forrest Mendenhallg left guard, "Humphery" Duane Smith, defensive
quarterback, Gregg Hughes, left tackle, Herman Wood, offensive quarterback, Donald Hancock, right end,
Bill Spell, left end, Donald Miklesg and left halfback, Bill Hawkins.
The boys' determination to play and win, and their willingness to really get in shape, paid off this year.
After playing the entire season without losing, they climaxed it by tieing Graham, a class A high school team,
in the annual Hosiery Bowl Game at Graham. The boys are certainly proud of their trophy for the Hosiery
Bowl Game. It is the first that has been received at Trinity for football.
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Trinity 25 Liberty ..,.
Trinity 13 E. M. Holt.
Trinity 39 Summerfield
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BCDYS' BASKETBALL TEAM
Pictured above are: front row left to right: Donald Hancock, Charles Peace, captain Donald Mikles, Ray
jones, and Quinton "Dunk" Hill. Second row: jimmy Hancock, Kenneth jones, joe Hucks, jack Stilley, and
Bobby Clodfelter. Third row: scorefkeeper Walter jones, Charlie Fletcher, time keeper Larry Saunders, manager
james Crowder, and Coach Millard "Red" Coble.
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I. RAY AIONES. He is that pivot man who did the douhle duty of getting rebounds and 'hooking for points". 2. CHARLES
PEACE. He often scored with that one hand push shot. 3. BOBBY CLODFELTER. Grab the hall from opponents and oil the
hackhoard and hang on to it, that's Bohhy. DONALD MIKLES. Donald is a good sport, who is always in there fighting with
ai one hand push shot as his specialty. 5. STARTING LlNEfUP, Left to Right, Donald Hancock, Charles Gregory, Donald Mikles
CCaptainD, Ray jones and Quenton Hill. 6. BENNIE ROBBINS. He won the title of "Blockhouse Bennie" ut the tournament in
Shown ahove: Front Row, left to right, Pattie Lohr, jaunita hTootsie'g Deaton, Betty jo Davis Peggy
jean Collins, Shirley Swiggett, Jo Anne Croker. Second Row, left to right, Ernestine Cook, Betty Sue Loflin
Lorene Collins, Dorothy Frazier, Thurlene Thompson, Gladys Seward, Donna Ree Thompson Third Rovt
left to right, Gloria Marsh, Willa Mae Kirkman, june Marie Royals, Betty Aileen Cumby, Betsy Andrews
Peggy Skeen. Fourth Row, left to right. Jeanette Hill, Mary Lou Small, jo Anne Varner, julia Smith and
Coach Milliard Goble. Insert, Mrs. Goble, assistant coach.
GIRL ' BA KETBALL TEA
Mas. RUTH Coarr
14-55 50 Gs
Allen jay ...,.
Jamestown. . .
Allen jay .,...
Grays Chapel .
Randleman . . .
Gray's Chapel .
W GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM
ASEB LL TE
With several of last year's players and several new boys. we are looking forward to a successful season.
Last years pitching staff, Consisting of Ralph Small. Bobby Joe Gurley, Donald Mikles, and Bohhy Clotlielterg
and second haseman Bennie Robhinsg and shortstop Alhert King, a transfer from Allen jayg will prolwaihly he
key men in the line up this season.
We expect to have a schedule of approximately eighteen games plus a few in the Randolph County Tournaf
With "Red" Coble as coach we can he sure of a hustling team.
1. Ah'yes,'there's good news tonight! 2. A tickled tackle. 3. Ballet or basketball? 4. Head hunters
in a huddle. 5. Chee whizz, she dood it again! 6. The backboard bounce. 7. Donald! Come down from
up there! 8. Gregory gallops on. 9. Shirley Swiggett--our Homecoming Queen. 10. The bashful type.
11. Opps! 12. Clodfelter goes in for the kill. 13. The uchiefu sits one out. 14. Aw, go on! 15. And
another Indian bites the dust! CGregg Hughes, that is.D 16. Our powerful football team. 17. The Queen
and her court. 18. The basketball fellers.
MR. ROHERT Cnnss
MRS. JANE PRESTON
7 th GRADE
Mas. HAROLD Low
Miss RACHEL EAR?
Mas. E. W. AUMAN
Mus. M1LLAnD Couu:
Miss MARGARET TAYLOR
Miss VIRGINIA REDDxNG
MRS. LHROY HANCOCK
3 ' wig 'A'
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MRS. JOHN L. THOMAS
MRS. GEORGE STARLINL-
Mus. CATHBREN MART
Mus. Lewis Glumrn
Mas. EDITH B. TRIBBLE
Mas. jorm PAYNE
Miss IDA M. BRANDO
MRS. QI. W. DAvxs
Mus. S. M. Newsom
Miss Nancy Lambeth
Hazel Hill Crotts
Maxine Hill Coltrane
Ruth Elliott Lilly
Odell "Pete" Rush
Opal Hill Helmsteller
Willie D. Welborn
Mr. Gurney Peace
Mrs. Juanita Peace
Nancy Lou Farlow
Mr. 9 Mrs. Bob L. Mitchell
Mary Elizabeth May
Mr. Es' Mrs. j. W. Davis
Miss M. L. Faulk
Mr. Es? Mrs. L. H. Koon
Miss Virginia Redding
Ida May Brandon
Mrs. S. M. Newsome
Mrs. R. K. Tribble
Mrs. E. AW. Auman
Mr. G. H. jones
Mr. T. R. Hendrix
Mrs. C. L. Thomas
Verda B. Hughes
Mrs. jonah Leach
Lucille Payne White
Cpl. Harold R. Mitchell
Pvt. j. T. Mitchell
David Sidney Underwood
Mrs. LeRoy Hancock
Mr. E. W. Auman
Mrs. Erline Welborn Hendrix
Miss Betty jones
Mrs. G. H. jones
Mr. E99 Mrs. Marvin Cooper
Mrs. Nell Lackey
Miss Alese jones
Miss Mary Lee White
Mrs. R. W. Brown
Frances Hughes Richardson
Ela Bundy Richardson
Mr. E-P lvirs. Millard Coble
Mr. E? Mrs. john Kennedy
Mr. W. Hines
Mrs. Bruce Craven
Mr. Ee? Mrs. George T. Gunter, Sr.
W. S. Crowson
Mr. Ee? Mrs. E. L. Snyder
F. B. Lindley
Mr. 9 Mrs. W. H. Flynt
Mr. E! Mrs. james Staton
Mr. E? Mrs. R. M. Yow
Miss Isa Cnouss
Robert E. Gray
Mrs. Harvey Farlow
R. S. Davis
C. C. Cagle, jr.
Earl Howell, jr.
Ray A. Underwood
Mrs. jean Swiggett
Mrs. Magalene Cook
Mr. Ei Mrs. Larry Fields
Mr. Er? Mrs. Watson Millikan
Mr. 9 Mrs. Ralph Brown
A. H. Hill
Mr. E? Mrs. W. T. Hill
john F. Lilly
W. E. Coltrane
lvirs. Lewis Griffith
Wade H.Cumby Calvin C. Orrell
Harold C. Davis Complimenfs of
"Hearfiesf Congrafulafions To a Swell Group
"Funeral Home and Chapel" Wholesale Grocers
Phone 2646 Broad S+ree+ a+ Ches+nu+
LEXINGTON, N. C. HIGH POINT.
HIGH POINT, N. C.
cc I 99
PHONE 3344 HIGH POINT, N. C.
CLARK-MENDENHALL AUCTION CO.
"AUCTlON IS ACTlON"
I I8 Wes+ WasI1ing+on S+ree+ Phone 4953
HIGH POINT, N. C.
- If lf Can Be Sold We Can Sell lf -
ALSTON CLARK ROBERT MENDENHALL
HI, GRADUATES . . . Lel's GUI
You lucky guys and gals have places +o go in our Piedmoni'
of Opporfunify, and I'm going wiih you. lFac+ is, I've
been righi' along since your bofile warming days.l
Lifi' your chin . . . you're graduafing in'I'o
fhe freesf economy on earfh. The only one
Ieff where you can pick your own job and
work ou+ your own ideas abouf making i+
more producfive and more profiiable. Your
diploma is a challenge fo undersiand Our
Way . . . 'Io Keep H Free and Make If Bef-
DUK POWER COMPANY
Affer High School Gradualion,
'lor ihe best in Business Educalion Complimenfs Of
and a good Office Posiiion, afiend
JoNEs Business cou.EcE 9 I-'T SHQE STQRE
"The School for Belief Training"
HIGH POINT, N. C.
HIGH POINT, N. C.
C. De Wifi' HoI'l'on
"Qualify Furnifure and Carpefs"
8I7 Souih Main Sireei
HIGH POINT, N. C.
Archadel, Nor+h Carolina
ENGLISH MOTOR COMPANY
FORD PASSENGER CARS FORD TRUCKS
Ford Sales and Service
SERVICE PHONE 2685 OFFICE PHONE 2627
HIGH POINT, N. C.
pal Baawn fumim eomfzanq
APPALACHIAN WHITE PINE
N. C. PINE 81 HARDWOODS
N. WILKESBORO, N. C. ROXBORO, N. C.
Phone 305I Box 228
W. E. LINTHICUM 8: SON
We will confinue fo iuslify in fullesl
measure lhe confidence and frusl'
inspired by our filly-Ihree years of
BEESON HARDWARE CO.
J. W. SECHREST 81 SON
PHONE 3349 HIGH POINT, N. C
BROADWAY BARBER SHOP
I I2 Wesf Broad SIree+
Hob Jordon W. A. Morfon J. R. Lucas
Flesh Meals and Groceries
Phone 9823 Arclwdale, N. C.
Whi1'Iark's Flowers and Gif+s
206 Wesf Howell Sfreei
Sco'I"I' Book 81 Siaiionary Co.
"Giffs and Books of all Kinds"
ASHEBORO. N. C.
no .1 E E E m
I -I m g
W. 5 mlm
"The House Thai Qualify and Service Builf"
HARRIS-KELLY MUSIC CO.
English Sl. al' Cily Limils
HIGH POINT. N. C.
210 PINE STREET
MID-STATE MOTORS. Inc.
LINCOLN and MERCURY Dealer
I49 W. KiveH S+. Phones IOIS and IOI6
ASHEBORO, N. C.
Lambeth-Welborn Supply Co.
Plumbing, Healing, Elecfrical Supplies
Gibson Elecfric Slove: and Refrigerafors
I28 Wes'I Commerce Sfreef Phone 2
HIGH POINT, N. C.
Bryce Commercial College
Arcade Building High Poini
Accrediled and Licensed
SNOW LUMBER CO.
Phones 3396 - 3397
"Everyfl1ing fo Build Anylhing"
VESTAL MOTOR CO.
FORD CARS FORD TRUCKS
Sales - Service
Phone I20 Phone I75
ASHEBORO, N. C.
'46 6-I Sv
Form Machines - Tracfors
Mofor Trucks - Refrigerafion
W. HOLT 8: CO.
ASHEBORO, N. c.
HIGH POINT, N. c.
F A R L 0 W
PHONE 85 ASHEBORO. N. C.
Geo. T. Wood 8. Sons, Inc
Dishibufors Carpefs and Rugs
Sfyles for Floors
.PloHfs for Sfoles . . . Since 1921
HIGH POINT, N. C.
BORDEN'S ICE CREAM
...Ill llifg ..,...
Joel E. Wa Iker
Ambuulance Phone 563 - Thomasville, N. C.
HINKLE MILLING CO.
SNOWDRI FT FLOUR
Dealers in all kinds ol
FEEDS, SEEDS Gnd FERTILIZER
High Poinl's Finesl Ladies' Sfore
BROWN EQUIPMENT CO.
FARM MACHINERY REPAIR PARTS
THOMASVILLE, N. C.
Home Producfs by Home Folks
LINDALE DAIRY CORP.
HIGH POINT, N. C.
THOMPSON AUTO CO.
Phone 353 IIB Wesi Main Sireei
Experf Pain? and Body Repairs
Facfory Trained Mechanics
"'l'l1omasville's Oldest, Most Reliable
HIGH POINT COLLEGE
Farm Equipmeni' Co.. Inc.
T R A C T 0 R FARM muwmmr
Sales and Service
Telephone 50I P. O. Box 284
THOMASVILLE, N. C.
Finesf in Music
Fasfesf in News
Firsi in Sporfs
W I'I I' E
High PoInI's Mosf Powerful AM Sfafion
Soufhern Moiors 81
John Deere Sales and Service
P. O. Box 408 Phone 880
ASHEBORO, N. C.
Clover Brand Dairies. Inc.
HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA
GARAGE 81 REPAIR SHOP
Roufe I Phone 68408
TRINITY, NORTH CAROLINA
Phone 55820 Triniiy, N, C.
300 Easi' Main Sfreei'
Phone 369 - Thomasville
Gas - Oil- Hardware
TRINITY, N. C.
Television Sales 81 Service
Your RCA Dealer
High PoinI's Pioneer in Television
FELIX MILLER, Jr., Sales Manager
323 Norlh Wrenn SI. Phone 6bI3I
Besf Wishes To You
TRINITY SERVICE CENTER
TRINITY, NORTH CAROLINA
Complimenls ol a Friend
DR. NAT WALKER
HIGH POINT, N. C.
MOTOR. C.. Inc.
Auflrorized Sales and Service
LINCOLN - MERCURY
. Main Sf. -:- Ph. 5979 -:- High Poinf, N. C
PUGH FUNERAL HOME
Asseboro Ph. 397 -:- Randleman Ph. 259I
I24 N. Main SI.
HIGH POINT. N. C.
We Serve Trinify
Harrell Chevrolet Company
THOMASVILLE, N. C.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ASHEBORO, N. C.
Member Fed. Reserve Sysfem and F. D. I. C.
Guilford Furni'l'ure Co.. Inc.
309 Norlh Mein SI. -0- Telephone 2I62
ROSE FURNITURE CO.
High Poinl, N. C.
HOLTON FURNITURE CO.
Complefe Home Furnishers
THOMASVILLE, N. C.
MOTOR SERVICE COMPANY
Your Hudson Dealer
Complele Service for Your Car
PHONE 275 - ASHEBORO, N. C.
Mann's Cul'-Rafe Drug Sfore
LEXINGTON, N. C. GREENSBORO, N. C.
HIGH POINT, N. C. REIDSVILLE, N. C.
KANNAPOLIS, N. C. THOMASVILLE, N. C.
BURLINGTON. N. C.
Ufilify Appliance Company
205 S. Main Slreel' -:- High Poinl'
BRILEY FURNITURE STORE
Soulh Main Exl.
PEGGY ANN SHOPPE
II7 Norlh Mein Sl.
JOHN H. BANKS, Texfiles
Dealers in all Grade of
Texlile Wasle and Mill Remnenls
P. O. BOX 587
402 Tomlinson Slreel
HIGH POINT, N. C.
W. C. BROWN
S H O E S H O P
Phone 43 I3 - x - 208 E. Washinglon
N. H. SILVER
Qualify Cloihes for Men and Boys
Soulh Main Slreel Exlension
Privafe Dining Room
HIGH POINT F. C. X.
GENERAL PAPER CO.
I0l Whillier Slreel, High Poinl, Norlh Carolina
Q45 69 fiv
SOUTHERN MOTOR CO.
Your DeSofo and Plymouflr Dealer Laundwers - Cleaners
Zloo Soulh MaL:ICiT:Ie:lbINT :limes 3030 or 5800 228 N. Wreen Sl. -:- Telephone 3325
' ' ' High Poinl, Norlh Carolina
PAT'S BEAUTY SHOP
IOO7 Fairfield Road
Res. Phone 5l957
Paul Kennedy Appliances
Plumbing - Sepfic Tank Service
Roule I -- Thomasville, N. C.
Phone' 9237 or 5-3983 High Poinl
REDWINE HARDWARE CO.
298 N. Main S+.
Phone 3444 -:-: High Poinl, N. C.
BECKER TAILORING CO.
New Amos Building
I I0 W. Washinglon Slreel
HORACE G. ILDERTON, Inc.
Dodge and Plymoufh Passenger Cars
High Poinl, Norfh Carolina
DICK CULLER, lnc.
EVERY TYPE OF sPoRTiNe eooos
Proflifl' Wholesale Company
233 W. Russell S+.
Telephone 9l45 -:- Rl. 2 -:- Trinily,
Groceries - Nofions - Flour anal Feed
Meafs - Gasoline and Oil
Archclale Road Phone 4032
l'llGl'l POINT. N. C.
High Poinf's Complefe Deparfmenf Sfore
TRINITY FLORAL COMPANY
Norfh Sfale Telephone Co.
Trinily - Phone 6276i
l.EACl'lE'S CURB MARKET
THOMASVILLE, N. c.
145 70 Sw
Samel' Salvage Company
l807 English Slreel
I Reid's Soda Shop 81 Grill
I SANDWICHES, SHORT ORDERS
SOFT DRINKS, SUNDAES
Archdale. Norlh Carolina
SmiI'h S'I'udio 81 Camera Shop
Your Class Phofographer
3 Sheppard Ashmore Business College
p Mgfgr 8, Supply CQ, SV, E. Main S+., Thomasville, N. C.
GeneraI.AuIo Paris and Hardware Charm, Member of
EvirgpudrignOmcL?g::Jc'I:of:rIegales Nafional Council of Business Schools
PHONE 48340 Approved G. I, Training
LUGGAGE sHoP ELLINGTON'S GRILL
759 N. Main SI. High Poinl, N. C. - Shorl Orders -
5 Complimenls of Besl Wishes from
DIP-N-EAT DRIVE IN Richardson's Depl SI'ore
80I Soulh Main Sfreel Home Owned Slore of
HIGH POINT, N. C. HIGH POINT
C ' I Q .
"m""""en'5 0 Hedrick Sporhng Goods Co.
wqrregfg Rqdig Seryige I6O S. Main S+. Nm +0 Securily Bank Bldg.
609 s. Main s+. High Poin+, N. c. "HGH POW' N- C-
WAGNER TIRE SE
COAL s. Ice co.. mc. 'MCE
Always Dependqwe Disfribufor for U. S. Royal Tires
Phone 3366 - IZI9 Ward Slreel' Box l93I, High Poinl, N. C,
High Poinl. Norlh Carolina
L LAWING 8: WELBORN .
I Complrmenfs of
I Moron SALES I
Your Dodge and Plymoufh Dealer S
Phone 8Il -:- Nalional Highway HIGH POINT' N- C,
THOMASVILLE, N. C.
Complimenh of Complrmenfs of
GREEN'S BARBER SHOP
S. H. KRESS 8: COMPANY
I ALLEN JAY COMMUNITY
'45 7l Sv
Swaim Supply Co.. Inc.
Plumbing, Healing and lndusfrial Supplies
HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA
Griiifh Oiice Equipmeni'
Typewrifers - Adding Machines and Office Supplies
5I5 N. Main Sfreei
High Poinf, Nor'Ih Carolina
Besf Wish es
THE BANK OF RANDOLPH
Ass-Ieaoko, N. c.
PEOPLES SERVICE STATION
Generafor and Sfalfer Service
Cify Limiis - S, Main Sireei
PHONE 9328 - HIGH POINT
ASH EBORO MOTOR CO.
CHRYSLER - - - PLYMOUTH
Phone 592 - - - Phone 593
FarIow's Service SI'aI'ion
Phone 9935 -:- Triniiy
"Besl ln The Business"
BOYLES TIRE COMPANY
Wholesale Disfribufols of Tires
Seal Covers and Accessories
7II N. Main S+. - High Poini, N. C. - Phone 3705
ARCH DALE MOTOR CO.
Rouie 3 - High Poini, N. C.
KENNEDY OIL COMPANY
Gasoline, Mofor and Fuel Oils
I203 Tryon Sireef Phone 3027
HIGH POINT. N. C.
TWILIGHT BEAUTY SHOP
636V2 Nor'Ih Main S'IreeI
HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA
B 81 M Tracior Implemeni' Co.
We Serve Randolph and
To make if beffer make fi
F E R G U S O N
LEXINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA
FUNERAL HOME I .
A I: Iam S rv'c
TEXTILE INSURANCE CO.
HIGH POINT, N. c.
PHONE 53425 TRINITY, N. C.
I Wilhln our Wishes
1 Within Your Means
i , NC
i i HI ll Cl I If
Q- Pnons 4545
SAVINGS 81 TRUST CO.
DUTCH LAUNDRY. Inc.
SARTIN DRY CLEANING CO
rm iz nq
preserves the accomplishments of
for succeeding generations to emulate.
NTIIB Mother ot Progressn
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