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Winston-Salem Christmas Parade.

Winston-Salem Christmas Parade.

Winston-Salem Christmas Parade. Photograph shows the Atkins High School cheerleaders, followed by the marching band, in front of Davis Inc. on West Fourth Street.

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  1. Great picture!!! However these are not cheerleaders. During this time the schools had cheerleaders but also another group of girls that wore letters spelling out the schools name or/and mascot. They were called “Letter Girls” Winston-Salem stopped using them in the late seventies. I think that East Forsyth was the last school that actually used Letter girls. In the past Anderson, Atkins, Carver and Paisley had Letter Girls as part of the marching band, I am unsure about the other schools.

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