Fayetteville High School - La Famac Yearbook (Fayetteville, NC)

 - Class of 1924

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X , MISS EFFIE NEWTON Who or three years has taken such a actwe pert rn the shaping o our success ul luglm school careers and such a deep mterest rn our personal acluehments we the class of twenty four hereby express our unclyang apprecxatxon by cloducahng to her tlus Annual O4O"O"C"l"O'fO'O"l"O0O"O"O"."O"l"lPI"O" nWl 6E 66 6-lg 6I2 6 66 6l' 6g gg., 61 Q, 6, 65 62 62 62 '6:g 62 6? 62 62 62 6? 65 G? 65 6? 62 62 65 65 62 62 61 6: 6i 6i 65 62 62 62 451.2 62 -I51-3 63 6666666666-66666666666666666 66 66666 13666666 66 6 6666 Q a o-o-o--u- -o-Q-Q-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-Q-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-u-o-o-a-o-o--v-- - e- A n-f-o-p-o-o-o-o-o- o--o-9-o-o o G V Q . Q . 6 - A 6 - 6 . - . 6 A J 6 - 6 1 6 6 ' . 6 - , -IQ . ear. 6 ' , ,H 6 6 , .4 . 451 b , , . . I 6 6 6 - . - 6 6 I ' . - -IQ? A . , 6 ' , . . an Q 3 A I gg z D 6 - , 4. . 0 6 . " z 6 ' . 6 Q 'E A ' 1 h , " ' -1-g - 6 6, 6 6 , - .,6' , A ' 'Q' . - "., . :J 6 'if , . A A . ' fe: P ,t ' 6, 1 9 . il. . . I Y l it A Q A , 1, A . 6 6 , " . . 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' z fer i 491 e ' fir 2'1"-"'-f"1't"Nf-"'-""-'-'-'-"m--"'M'-"'-'-'-'---'M-'uf'-'-tfifffitfr:"1-:t':35:1f:':'-:f"'""M"...""""'..mi 3 feffsfaaeeaafena-rsf mreeemzfwfef meae:eenenefeenefcereeefeeeenefeefceefesfeffefeerewegeesafseeeffeffefeener 99999999993 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 -9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 99 999 Q 3 Q. 9999999999999999999999999999O0 99 , .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . - -0-o-o .. ..,.. -o-o-o-q-o-o-0-w0-o-q-o- .....q......,....., Q .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..,..,.., ALEXANDER GRAHAM This name is dear to the hearts of many in North Carolina, and doubly so to the people of this section Probably no man in the State has directed, by personal and direct contact and effort, more children and older students toward acquiring a useful and helpful education than has Alexander Graham attended school in Fayetteville and began teaching at the age of 16 continuing this work at a number of different schools until 1866 when he entered the University of North Carolina In 1873 he graduated in law from Columbia University. During the next few years he taught school or practiced law until elected to the superin- tendency of the Fayetteville Graded School in 1878 For ten successful years he served after which he accepted the superintendency of the Charlotte Schools On February 14 1888 he was presented in recognition of his services by the people of Fayetteville with a gold watch which he still carries and uses in the direction of his daily tasks For twenty-five years he served the city of Charlotte as superintendent of schools only recently retiring to serve in a less exacting position after so many years of arduous service It is said of Mr Graham that he has in peace as many Firsts ' as North Carolina has in war He was the first man in the state to place high school studies in a graded school-at Fayetteville in 1878 This was the first public free school from which pupils entered the State' University without conditions He was the first man who took women to the State University. He instituted the first manual training school in North Carolina this being in Charlotte in 1892 He was the first man that ever canvassed North Carolina in the interest of public schools, this being under the employ of the state in 1882 ' In recognition of Mr Graham s valuable services in this community and through- out the state the Board of Trustees on January 21 1924, unanimously passed a resolution reading 1n,part as follows' BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF-THE FAYETTE- VILLE GRADED SCHOOLS That the name of the new high school building be The Alexander Graham Building' " 2 1 Q 1 3 99969999999 9999999999999999999 99999 99 999 9999999 p ' Ii 4 -i4i .".' 1 4 A 1 ON 'CHI 4 43-v-4 4 lil'U'9'f'O'-O' l2I"U"Q"O'-O-I QLOMOSU-Q-'O-O O O-I-O-'0": O 2 S I - " :1 . - . - Q I . H , , ' .. ID -. D' ' Q C 1. ' 5 : . , ' . S ' 2, . I . cr V u O ' . . - g - .. ' ' w . - ' .S 5 . Q S' x ' 5 . -. , U' .- 2 15. . I-I W Ili - 9 I 3' . . E . ' ' . 5. : . 5 ' . 5 , - B 2 . ' - . Q I - 3 I . 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Ei ' ' QW'-5 , W , ' , ffwfif- T S 1 0 Tw 67ZZ07" KISS Z6' 6719 W, -. I T A f 1 X ds Q99 any . . sg'-1 ' ' , O 23 1fa44g .f44fH ff A5 5ns. vs-2441 1 'za . MOTTO: Make Good t X' - am 3-A COLORS: Red and Whzte FLOWER: Red Rose - rs-- gg - 5? lil. ' S-3 - 517' LAURENCE CORNELIUS THORNTON ,...... .- .....,. President 1 5 fit: , - , E532 EDWIN ROBESON MACKETHAN, JR ...... Vzce-Preszdent M-A: sage LYDIA GERTRUDE PERCIVAL ........ ......... S ecretary Ma 9 -, A pw KATHLEEN DUPREE .............. ...... T reasurer of. " 5' - J Ess1E CHRISTINE HUTAFF ........ ....... H istorian ' ELIZABETH BoYD WATSON .............. .......... P oet SE EDWIN ROBESON MACKETHAN, JR ......... ..q...Testa,tor 5-:Sa 3-53 EMANUEL JACKSON EVANS .......... ...... P rophet lim' :TQ QQ' ' . Lg:- ANNIE ROYAL LEDBETTER ........ ....... D onor EMMA LoU1sE WILLIAMS ........ ........ M usicwkm S951 ' Sai: Q4 321 al - :du PAGE FouR1'szN - ' "'7 , if . , , ,,,, ,. ,,,,.,,,',S Mt., Ani-1-.vn-,,qrg5vax-.1s,gv':zg.gg.?l ' .-., ., 4, - r- f' ,- - . , X -. '- - :, .5 . ' ' . -' - 5 ' f'4!::4psg,4:-am..f1+,s.A..A.ze.zk,a:f. deem.-mg. .o:-.-, .-.- at , A T - f- '- ' A - . - - . . .A fn . LAURENCE CORNELIUS THORNTON Good in books, but betfer in looks. Delta Lambda Sigma, '23, '24, Fay-Hi-Say Staff, '23, Track, '23, Marshal, '23, Art Editor of LAFAMAC, '23, Class Football, '22, Oates Medal, '23, Vice-President of Class, '23, President of Class, '24, Business Manager of LAFAMAC, 24. +4-wr LYDIA GERTRUUE PERCIVAL A combination of beauty and grace, In, the hearts of many, she holds first place. Student Council, '22, Literary Society, '23, '24, Marshal, '23, President Current Events Club, '23, Glee Club, '23, Class Secretary, '24, Basketball, '24, President Literary Society, '24, Literary Editor of LAFAMAC, '24. ++'i- EDWIN ROBESUN MACKETHAN, JR. If argumr'1rf will get you anywhere, Edwin ought to be right there. Vice-President of Class, '24, Class Football, '23, Triangular Debate, '22, '23, '24, Manager of Basketball. '24, Football, '24, Delta Lambda Sigma, '23, '24, Art Editor of LAFAMAC, '24, Current Events Club, '23, Monogram Club, '24, Class Testator, '24, President Hi-Y Club, '24 4--2-'lr KATHLEEN DUPREE Shc's n nice little girl, But just as cruel as she can beg For they say she whips a typewriter And kills stenography. Class Treasurer, '22, '24, Vice-President Literary Society, '23, '24, PAGE FIFTEEN PAGE SIXTEEN LEONARD BEARD A product of the country, The pride of the town, A fine old chap, A sport all around. Basketball, '24, 'ir 'lr' 'lr ISABEL BAZIRE A dainty little bobbed-haired belle, She's been in our class a year, Which is time enough to prove her dear. 'mls-'I--:lc STEDMAN BLACK BRYAN O, yes he has some virtues, And few of these we're slightingg But take it from me, As far as I see, Not a one of these is writing. Delta Lambda Sigma, '22, '23, '24, Business Manager Fay-Hi-Say, '23g Class Football, '22, LAFAMAC Staff, '24, 4- 4- -if ELIZABETH WATSON BENNETT Happy at work and happy at play, Laughing and talking all the day. ' Marshal, '23, Basketball, '24g LAFAMAC Staff, '24, Literary Society, '23, '24, Hiking Club, '23. 'f'f'Iff'2"?f' j,1"'vQg,: A L '.,, fb,-...Ailinesm A...,....A,, .Mas CHARLES CHENEY Cheney is a playful little cuss, Always making a lot of fuss, Monday, Tuesday, every day, Always Cheney loves to play. -1- -I+ 4- MYRTLE CARL BE'rTs "'Tis the songs you sing and thesmiles you wear, That makes the sunshine everywhere." Current Events Club, '23, Literary Society, '23, '24. +-P+ EMANUEL JACKSON EVANS The best-hearted boy you ever knew, He's ci good student and an athlete, too. Class President, '22, Football, '23, '24, Track, '23, Basketball, '22, '23, '24, Captain Basketball, '24, Baseball, '23, '24, Manager Baseball, '24, Assistant Manager LAFAMAC. '23, School Editor of LAFAMAC, '24, Student Council, '24, Monogram Club, '24, Class Prophet, '24, "Best All Round," '24. 4--I-'Ir 4 LUCILLE Bxu. When you need a friend that is a friend, And a friend that will stick to the end, Go to Lucille. Literary Society, '23, '24. J PAGE SEVENTEEN PAGE EIGHTEEN '-Q, 'as'-4 ' lgfiiif, , ,F but V- ROBERT MILES JACKSON, JR. This world was meant for pleasure And I will have my share. Trouble along with worry, Won't get you anywhere. Football, '24, 'lr 4' 'I' FLORENCE VIRGINIA BUCKINGHAM It costs no more to be silent, But it's a lot more trouble. Literary Society, '23, '241g Hiking Club, '22, '23. 'ic'-k-lc CHARLES BALTIMORE CALVERT LILLY He's the biggest sport of the whole crew, For he's a "lounge lizzardu and a "cake- ea,ter," too. Football, '23g Chief Marshal, '23g "Hand- somest," '23g "Most Popular," '24, Secretary of Monogram Club, '24. 4-4-4- EDNA BULLARD Edna's a girl with beautiful curls, ...,,pu,5.Z,I,,,af' ,1aj..nL .v f:',..,ma-so :. . She's vampeol all the boys and part of the girls. .-re...-..-.f-........,........ .,., ,.-.,.- K 3 I f fi QM. wma-..4a -W...- " 1 . Q . ri. Fw-fVi2'flL:i,V'W'i . f x-we' s Av'-, - H: Elin' 10:1 L1 Jlllmll 'll 'J' . ll ,1' Q.' GEORGE DUNLAP LILLY All the girls he chances to meet Bow their heads and fall at his feet. "Who's that?" say some, as he marches past. "Why that's George Lilly, the Sheik of the Class." Editor-in-Chief of the LAFAMAC, '24g Editor of Gifmlet, '24g Delta Lambda Sigma, '23, '24g "Most Dependable," '24g Triangular Debate, '24, Class Football, '22, Toastmaster Junior- Senior Banquet, '23g Hi-Y Club, '24, 'i"l'+ ELIZABETH CLARK "A pound of pluck is worth a ton of luck." Student Council, '23, Literary Society, '23, '24 4'-I-'ln SAMUEL VERNON MAULTSBY "Doodle" says girls ain't in his line, But one, some day, will make him whine. Baseball, '23, Basketball, '24, Class Pres- ident, '23, Assistant Business Manager of LAFAMAC, '23. 'l"i-fb LAURA MYRovER CROMARTIE "Her ways are ways of pleasantness And all her paths are peace." Where this fair maiden goeth, Worry and trouble cease. Literary Society, '24, w 41-N-.-.v---vs.. - P .5 .,.,.-,,... ,..... ...,,,-v U...,..,,,,- . ,-.,.', .-..,.-W ' " .' - 1 R 1 V' . I fix- e . .ESU ,....-,....,a.-..a,-.. . ...,-.... ... -- . ,, "5 -,, i. .-.3-K. .. Ll' " PAGE NINETEEN L . f ,A A 1, .3 . PAGE TWENTY -N GEORGE MCARTHUR If the lesson is learned and then forgot, Does that worry him? Well, I'll say not. Class Football, '22, Class Baseball, "23. 4' 'lf + REBECCA WoonBURN CRowsoN I am but human, leave silence to the saint, It ain't nobody's business if I talk 'till I faint. Hiking Club, '23, Current Events Club, '23, Literary Society, '23, '24, 4-'P+ LEON CRAWFORD MCDUFFII-: For all of us most every day, He's written lines both sad and gay, And now we want some lines for him, Oh dear, oh dear, can you write them? For each of us his verse is fit, But none for him, and he's class wit. Football, '24, Basketball, '24, Class Editor LAFAMAC, '24, Vice-President of Student Body, '24, Class Football, '22, '23, Class. Basketball, '22, '23, Fay-Hi-Say Staff, '23, Baseball, '23, Student Council, '23, Monogram Club, '24. 'I'-ici' CLARA BELLE DOWNING You wouloln't think a girl could be Such a shark in Geometry, But here's one in our school That's an exception to the rule. Literary Society, '23, '24, Glee Club, '22, Current Events Club, '23. .. Q.. sf -. . -is-,-I I , w , w has , I , WILLIAM JOHN OLIVE Capable is his middle name, But punctuality's not his game. President Delta Lambda Sigma, '23, Assist- ant Editor Fay-Hi-Say, '23, "Best Inform- ed," '23g Editor of Gimlet, '24, Class Foot- ball, '23g Student Council, '23, Andrews Medal, '23. 'lnrlr-nl' FLORA JANE FELTON "If she will, she will, you may depend' on it, And if she won't, she won't, and that's the end of it." Current Events Club, '23g Literary Society, '23, '24, Hiking Club, '23. -I--P+ HURLEY ERNEST PASCHAL Paschal's our pitcher, And Gee! He's "the eat's"g He pitches so hard, He breaks all the bats. Baseball, '23, '24. 'Q' 4' 'ie' ORIE MARIE GENTRY "With your patience should not you Do all that other folks can do"? Glee Club, '22, Literary Society, '23, '24, af' . ., ..,,.-.-4-9---1-pf"-, Q PAGE TWENTY-ONE ' AUGUSTUS STEELE RosE Consider yourself in right good luck If you can boast of a friend like Back. Class Football, '22, Class Basketball, '23Z Marshal, '23g President Student Body, '24, Treasurer Current Events Club, '23, Hi-Y Club, '24, ' 'Q-'kd' RUTH REEDY GRAHAM Ruih is fine as a high school debaterg She has but one fault-she's a boy hater. Literary Society, '23, '24, Triangular De- bate, '23g Hiking Club, '22, Tennis Club, '22. +4-+ RALPH MACKENZIE TIMBY Nob too serious, not too gay- Just a jolly good fellow, in his own way. Critic of Delta Lambda Sigma, '23, '24g Cur- rent Events Club, '23g Football, '24g Stedman Essay Medal, '23. 'i-'P+ MARIA HILL HALE She slants her head and rolls her eyes, Then tilts her pretty ching And everybody looks around For the boy she's raping in. Hiking Club, '22, Current Events Club, '23, Vice-President Literary Society, '23, Marshal '23. PAGE TWENTY-TWO '23, '24g Glee Club, '23g Historian, '24. 1f"'1""""'7'.-if 1 Iw.:'1.w f- , . - , ' YE' 'Psy -m-Aw -if Q hi :fl 'l i .I f II In NI 7 wif' I I I- ffxst, wtf, A - A- -- - I ---we-we I' N wk MARJORIE COLE HEDGEPETH ' Good in Science and candy making, too: That's enough for one girl to do. Literary Society, '22, '23, '24g Current Events Club, '22, '23, +4-45 RACHEL ELIZABETH HIGHSMITH She makes use of Cupid's darts To vamp the boys and break their hearts, And she is pretty, as you may guess, But dangerous? O, my, yes! Glee Club, '23, Literary Society, '23, '24, Social Editor Fay-Hi-Say, '23, Hiking Club '23, "Most Popular Girl," '24. 'i'-I--I' RUTH HERRING HOWARD "Hearts that feel and eyes that smile Are the greatest gift that heaven supplies." Hiking Club, '22g Current Events Club, '233 Literary Society, '24, ' +'l'+ JESSIE CHRISTINE HUTAFF Christine's good in everything X And especially in basketball, l Calm, collected, cool and swift, l She's the best of all. Basketball, '22, '23, '24, Literary Society PAGE Tw ENTYATHREE L- It,,,,, I PAGE TWENTY-FOUR ANNIE CROWSON JESSUP Sober, quiet, pensive, demure, One of those friends of whom you are sure. Glee Club, '22, Literary Society, '22, '23, '24, Hiking Club, '22. 'ul-+'!' MARGARET RUTH JESSUP She is a cheerful little lass, And very popular with the class. Literary Society, '23, '24, Current Events Club, '23. 'i"i"!' ALICE ELIZABETH JONES She's a nice little girl with big brown eyes, But when it comes to talking, she fakes the prize. Glee Club, '22, Hiking' Club, '23, Literary Society, '23, '24, Editor Class Gossiper, '24. +-I'-lr ANNIE ROYAL LEDBETTER For she has hair of golden hue, O, what can a poor boy olo! Literary Society, '23, '24, Basketball, '22 '24, Glee Club, '23, LAFAMAC Staff, '24, Donor, '24, K MARY BELLE MONROE Skilled in 'many arts is she, Like a girl ought to be. Class Secretary, '23, Student Council, '23, Hiking Club, '23, Marshal, '23, Literary So' ciety, '23, '24. in 4- rl- EFFIE JACKSON MCCALL Effie McCall, the star of the class, Has led the grade from first to last, And of knowledge she has such a store We wonder if she can learn any more. Scholarship Medal, '22, "Most Studious," '22g "Most Capable," '23, Current Events Club, '23, Hiking Club, '23, Girls' Literary Society, '23. -I'-P+ FLORENCE J ETHRO PARKER You can never tell what she may say, For her eyes never give her thoughts away. Literary Society, '23, '24, Hiking Club, '23. +++ ESTELLE PEOPLES "Do noble things, not dream them all day long." Literary Society, '23, '24, Current Events Club, '23. PAGE TWENTY FIVE ' NIARIETTA ELIZABETH REGISTER Marietta-Have you met her? She's our Latin star. She reads so fast from first to last, You wonder where you are. Glee Club, '21, Hiking Club, '22, Current Events Club, '23, Student Council, '23, Class Secretary, '23, Literary Society, '23, '24, Kiwanis Medl, '22, ++'i- ANNIE LOUISE ROGERS Annie Lou has many joys, But the least of these are boys, Though many have tried in vain to mate he-r, She is known as a boy-hater. Hiking Club, '23, Current Events Club, '23, Literary Society, '23, '24, '1-'1-4' THELMA IRENE ROWELL "Through heat and cold and shower and sun Slill onward cheerily driving, There's life alone in duty done, And the rest alone in striving." Current Events Club, '22g Literary Society '23. 'i'-i'+ LILLY ANN Russ She is good, and she is clever, In her lessons faileth never. Hiking Club, '22g Literary Society, '23, '24 Current Events Club, '23. PAGE TWENTY SIX MM: Sncnovas Very r-onfenfed must be Mae, She never has a word fo say, Through all fhe years spent in school She's never been known to break a rule. Literary Society, '23, '24g Hiking Club, '23g "Most Timid," '23. 4-'lr-Ir' ELIZABETH MACDAN IIJL SMITH Nothing seems fo worry her, Trouble she doesn't mind: For every time you look at her, She's smiling all fhe lime. Literary Society, '23, '24g Current Events Club, '23, -I-'P+ LUCILLE SMITH "Thou art not 'voice alone, but hath, besides Both hear! and head." Glee Club, '23, Literary Society, '22, '23, '24, Hiking Club, '22. 'lf-P+ GLENNIE VELMA WALLACE Velma is a sfudious girl, Hut also 'very funny: She pats her teacher on the back And often calls her "l1,oney." Literary Society '23, '24g Hiking Club, '23, 245 Current Events Club, '23, '24. PAGE TWENTY-SEVEN I I l PAGE TWENTY-EIGHT ELIZABETH BOYD WATSON She writes poetry all the time: Even her thoughts run in rhyme. And we'll make an even guess That she'll some day be a poetess. Glee Club, '22g Current Events Club, '23g Hiking Club, '23g Class Poet, '24. +4-'Q' EMMA LOUISE WILLIAMS She is a musician of great renown, Her fame has spread all over the town. Current Events Club, '23, Literary Society, '23, '24g Class Musician, '24. +'k'i- VIRGINIA WOODHOUSE Virginia is a good French scholar, And I bet a half-dollar If a Frenchman were on hand, , He could almost understand. l Student' Council, '24g Literary Society ', '24, V... 4 s ,i.lIHyr, 5933, . I 'LZ'-V11 " -NJ .,, V K ' -I ii H ra: Sli Q " 3 35, Q. .e fgfq. :sig 531 H. Q JE! P" I ft: 5:2 sQl 52:1 Wi 534' I sl I iii' "in me U l' Lg! P4 .Qs-i .,., '.- 2. Gifs' f,naE'Z"f'Zg'g - CE b e 1924 itat H m u r A "i' 5kf?E"i51f' CLASS POEM The class of nineteen twenty-four is the dearest class to me That has 'ever been, or will be, in high school history, To keep its place in high school life, This class has been through struggle and strifeg To gain more knowledge has been our aim- In this, a hard, long drawn out game. We've played the game with all our might, Doing only what was right, Working hard in every way,i So that we might reach this day 3 Sad was the fate of those who shirked, But great the reward of those who worked. So work we had too, and work we did, And now we have come to make a bid, For opportunity's knocking at the door Of this, our class of twenty-four. ' , ELIZABETH"WATSON. ' X PAGE TWENTY-NINE ,X , -.xg-v:-rffvon -lv ' -'mga 0fJl.'v??'QV'f'3923"'4":f'fSX 1gf5?3i+51Y9F fi55ffffiia??9E'E2Ei?i:E3ti:5:Z:EQ"?o ' PE!502'o9g:i9 jg13?E'13i25-Q5-5,"-ugyfgg-9 gg, xi -qu.-if-' 1 .zslzpi-9.2--.no-9..wua-..el'a-9.-,..!.. . 5, .ul .QM a. - 1 - . D . I ' " 5 ' ' ' " -- W A . 'r' ' f ,- rn" 1 . fi ' ':.-s?"f' -,z3.QVi?'i1!ifg -1 The 1924 L ilfilllltll' i ,p,3?g,' Ls. ,. ... c -6 '- 2525 bfi ,s HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF '24 S2 .535 Q api 'fi In the fall of 1920, a new element entered high school and was promptly dubbed the Freshman Class. It was divided into a-Latin and a Science section. Laughter, sport, and pranks partially concealed the greenness of these newcomers. , '95 . ' 1921-Farewell to the care-free life! An air of sophistication must be assumed :gf ' I, 0.- 3.5 because Time had compelled the Freshmen to'become Sophomores. Brains had come- to their rescue, and the Sophomores played the necessary role in a creditable fashion. 5 Marietta Register won the Kiwanis Recitation Medal, and Effie McCall, the Scholar- ship Medal. Edwin MacKethan was chosen as one of the debaters to represent the high school in the Triangular Debate. , ggg The rank of these newcomers was again raised in the fall of 1922, because that season ushered them into their third scholastic year in high school. They were Juniors! Samuel Maultsby, Laurence Thornton, Marietta Register, and Henry Hutaff were the efficient officers. Fish must have composed an enormous part in their diet, because brains continued to develop! Edwin MacKethan and Ruth Graham were two of the if-if chosen debaters. Lydia Percival, Elizabeth Clarke, and Augustus Rose were elected if-H officers for the Current Topics Club. Edwin MacKethan and Emanuel Evans scored as presidents of the Literary Society. The Fay-H11-Say staff included seven Juniors. Q John Olive won the prize given by Mr. M. B. Andrewsg Laurence Thornton, the one L31 given by Mr. John A. Oates, and 'Ralph Timby, the Stedman Essay Medal. This :gag versatile class showed that education develops muscle as well as brains because it won the Class Championship both in basketball and football. Juniors were represented on F35 all of the athletic teams. 529' :IO September of 1923 arrived. The irresponsible, fun-loving Freshmen of 1920 were the dignifiedl?J, serious f??J, studious C???J, Seniors. They had reached the para- mount rank of high school life. Laurence Thornton, Edwin MacKethan, Lydia Percival, and Kathleen Dupree received class titles. The entire student body recognized and acknowledged the dexterous ability in the class, because that organization chose Augustus Rose for its president and Leon McDuffie, vice-president. Emanuel Evans, Charles Lilly, George Lilly, Rachel Highsmith, and Augustus Rose won honors .in statistics. The athletic record which this group: of students had made inetheir Junior year was placed on a higher pinnacle in their Senior year. Again the argumentative 55? power in the class was exercised-George Lilly and Edwin MacKethan were debaters , ' of provincial fame. The Seniors were honorees at a Valentine Banquet given by the g" Juniors. Had a course in "How to Become Beautiful" been offered by the teachers? '. No but the appearance of the Seniors on that festive night proved that the subject Q 7 , - . an' fl had received individual study! Brains, muscle, beauty,-what three possessions could :Q compose a more competent triangle? ' 47? 5:5 Thus endeth the history of the Class of '24. 'L 61:5 Eff .039 2.3 PM vii 2-12 3:4 532 PAGE THIRTY -Q wi ' us NQ.Tn?e:v'a.,g..5,,:a5..,?.?,,.5,,5g57'.5.,.i:EEQ u'-lf .. fgi .ni -32 ,. f r ' , . .ag 1 4 .Lama -" -fi-1.,EL,f f IJ 1 1924 La fl mar - Y.:-Q5' '3f"'2-'5' CLASS PROPHECY anyway Gee! I wonder what time it is" Must be pretty late. Lets see! The class checked out in June, 1924, now its June 1934, ten years later. Well thats a pretty long time for any old dog to rest With these words, the dog leaned back and sighed He was an old decrepit looking mongrel, with coarse, rough-looking hair His lean Jowls and long ears gave him a look of unusual ignorance while the expression on his face typified supreme laziness. This dog as the reader has just surmised, was the friend and comrade of the Class of 24 Upon the fated day of graduation, he alone, was left behind, accordingly, he was appointed to watch over the future of the class of 24 The lazy oldlwretch growled softly to himself then suddenly sat bolt upright. The thought of his trust had come to him. ' I wonder what has become of them?" he said. Well! theres only one way to know and that is, find out. Gee! the radio! That ought to help me! You can hear almost anything, this day and 'me. C nfound that old loud speaker! I guess I'll have to use the headphones. With these words he settled himself comfortably, adjusted the aforementioned articles, and this is what he heard: The United Cotton Mills Association has elected Charles Lilly, a prominent North of 10 :Fw at E4 V' as 4 l 1 7 "-I .1 'J 'ima .vw az 5 1 1 i: N -x :sir 1- 5: A its J. xii . is 15 N xi 5, Tr-r-r-ump, "Well, I guess I better be stirring! Been sleeping long enough, 4? - - ' L ' T 7 9 ' .sr , , . Q3 if - Q . la I . .eu Ea 9 i if ' , A" . ' ' f ,J cc 1 ' sg 'fl gr tl o " ti gp' E52 . . .IJ f I Carolinian, as their head for 1934-35. Powerful sermon, preached here yesterday, by Stedman Bryan, a Presbyterian ng, gs minister, resulted in the abolition of Sunday baseball, in Raleigh, North Carolina. if, "Helen of Troy," a statue posed for by Miss Rebecca Crowson, an American, won .5 .g 1 firstpprize in the New York Art Exhibit. life The cost of the Concord Valley Dani may exceed that of the Roosevelt Dam. 2 'gli This piece of modern engineering is being constructed by Leon McDuffie, famous engineer. f A seat on the New York Stock Exchange sold yesterday for S30,000. The buyer. Miss Kathleen Dupree, is said to be one of the richest brokers of New York. Li an Big scandal unearthed, concerning the presidential election of '32, by the New , lt' York Times, Messrs. George Lilly and John Olive, Editors. A ggi "The Hospital of Roses," built by Dr. Augustus Rose, is regarded as a model of '15 resent-day architecture. if... fliif P "The Follies of 1934," owned jointly by Misses Annie 'Crowson Jessup and Elizabeth Watson, was sold to Laurence Thornton of the Thornton Chain of Beauty Parlors, for 5200,000. Members of the show are-Miss Marietta Register and Miss ' 5 Lucille Bill, celebrated toe dancers 5 Misses Alice Jones, Myrtle Betts, Thelma Rowell, Elizabeth Bennett and Orie Gentry, all play important parts. I V The largest shipment of hogs ever sent to the Chicago Stock Yards by a single 3.3 EV owner, has been moved forward from Houston, Texas, by Leonard Beard. . Miss Margery Hedgepeth, interior decorator, has received the contract to decorate 'iii the A. dz P. Grocery Stores. She won out over 600 competitors. B' A new triangular case in geometry has finally been discovered by Misses Ruth . - . 54: Howard and Clara Downing. ge? QB The third no-hit game of the year was fought out in Cincinnati by pitcher Hurley J j Paschal, of the New York Giants. Q" -5 The sale of the second edition of Miss ,Lilly Russ's "Classical Poems," has E' ' o P321 7 35 PAQ: THIRTY-ONE 5 i 3.3 f ' tal. is Q . us: nn. U V - rr. .hm ,.., , - , 4, ,. -1- .-gl... PW, . r' 'vo ,,'-r' :-ff:-7' gr.. , ,Q-'Hrs In QC' .4 , lh?9"Q'2'0. -I"'4:1" ' "'. '03 ,- If 'ml x, IP 29 - 'T 'fv- M - ,: 41 aff if ii f, 'fp Lflf KY EQ. r-an ,if MC' 11 5 established a new record in the literary world. Over 100 000 copies, so far have been sold by the Wallace-Rogers Publishing .Company of Boston The new change in girls basketball rules brought about by Miss Christine Hutaff may soon place this game on as popular a basis as football. While standing on the deck of a steamer, bound for Rio South America Miss Lucille Smith dropped her S10 000 diamond ring into the water. The quick work of Miss Ruth Jessup, famous diver recovered the jewel almost instantly. One of the most brilliant social events of the season was staged in Washington D. C. by Mrs Charles Page, formerly Miss Elizabeth Smith, in honor of her tenth wedding anniversary. Among those present were: Miss Virginia Woodhouse, instructor of physics in Princeton University, Miss Laura Cromartie, social editor of the Raleigh News and Observer, Raleigh, N. C., Mr. Sam Maultsby, physical director of the Y. M. C. A. in Allandale, S. C., Misses Mary Belle Monroe and Estelle Peoples, owners of'the Fifth Avenue Hat Shop, Miss Edna Bullard, who has recently returned from a trip in the Far East, Mrs. Henry Elizabeth Clark Esmond, and her husband, from Youngstown. Ohio, Miss Flora Felton, returned missionary from Cuba, Miss Mae Segroves, a graduate nurse from the University of Maryland, Mr. Charles Shuford, distinguished scientist who has discovered a new law of gravity, Mr. Henry Hutaff, as 5. 'I .4 i 41, A V i , " ' R 111: my - . l , , -3, 2 S4e1":?"f55,-.:eT13a?55""'i -MX 1' ,5 ifrww C IJ 9 1914 i. a f it 111 u c f,f:2'f -.,-we--a.2f.-5-.W-M J IJ' I' f u 'ag 3 is E9 1 x .pa , , ka' ' , , is spar X ! 1 lx A 5 " sv , 4 57 r 56: sf . . rf s.. P A-5 , .4 -4 'J A ,,. '1 'T rl .fi Y I -if .71 ,s r --f .T Principal of Fayetteville High- School, Fayetteville, N. C., and Miss Louise Williams, gf. ff noted violinist, just back from a successful concert tour. These guests were all mem- IQQQ vig, bers of Mrs. Page's class of '24, and their presence added much to the pleasure of 'IQ the occasion. ' ,fl Misses Effie McCall and Ruth Graham have just returned from Florida, where they have been looking after large investments in the orange and grapefruit groves of ,fig ijif Southern Florida. - wg A new world record for typing has just been made-Miss Annie Ledbetter, of H North Carolina, has written 180 words per minute. Qi Mr. Ralph Timby, instructor in history at the State University, has published QQ, another pamphlet on the "Bok Peace Plan." 53' The engagement of Miss Florence Buckingham to Mr. John Thomas Scott is announced. Miss Buckingham has devoted her time for several years to welfare work ,J in her native town. Mr. Scott is a prominent citizen of California. Civ' Pathe's picture, "The Life of a Fairy," featuring Miss Maria Hale, has just been 1, ,531 finished. ' jf Miss Lydia Percival, celebrated vocal artist, has just consented to sing exclusively ff-5' M' for the Victor Phonograph Company. Immediately following these items came the announcement that Miss Rachel High- smith, famous Chautauqua speaker, would lecture on "The Value of Beauty," on June lst, in her old home town. 25.15 Tomorrow night, Honorable Edwin MacKethan, Congressman from North Carolina, will speak in Washington, D. C., on "Some Much-Needed Political Reforms." The dog slowly removed the headphones. An expression of humility and peace x-,X gli, spread over his face. He had done his duty, kept his trust, and now he could sleep' figs mg, again, maybe forever, happy in the knowledge that the class of '24 had lived up to their ig? highest expectations! . iff? EMANUEL J. EVANS. ff ' SSH Vl' PAGE THIRTY-Two f ' lla l .," i f?.li3i52:s6"'Zf:::.-o3a:.Qf.a!39E'J' ms- - -J I - Y-'-sb I-s. elf, six :- x .5,-1 1 S H. ul K .34 ' v rx Chr 1924 L ufumur iii? l i if - CLASS WILL if NORTH CAROLINA ff 'gl CUMBERLAND COUNTY, of CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE. I ,P Know all men by these presents, that , I xl We, the Senior Class of 1924, of the Fayetteville High School, of the aforesaid ,Qi g g county and state, being of sound mind and disposing memory, but knowing the 'QQ 5 certainty of our future nonexistence in the said high school, do make, publish, and '-'EJ ,555 declare this our last will and testament. :WE FIRST: Our executor and executrix, hereinafter named, shall give our remains if ,f- a decent burial, and on the face of our fateful, permanent record cards, shall inscribe 1,4 ' this epitaph: "They came, they studied not, they are gone, but not forgotten." 1' SECOND :, We leave to the Faculty our heartfelt gratitude and esteem. But ' .f,A 5 "i 'fi for their interest in us, their earnest efforts in our behalf, and their assistance, we 553,-f pg should not now be where we are, and for these aids along our stormy and rocky high 'I 9 ' school career, we do forgive them all animosities which we may have cherished through V. I ' four years and leave our sympathy with them should they ever have such a class again. F54 THIRD: We leave to the Trustees our inexpressible appreciation for our new buildingand the many advantages they have given us, 'all brought about by their K time and labor which they have so generously given in our behalf. QQ FOURTH: Unto the hereinafter named members of the Faculty we do bequeath: fix" To Mr. Andrews: Our acknowledgement and thanks for his deep interest in us, our undertakings, and our: future. lf ' ,Egg To Mr. Harley: Our sincere appreciation for the rules never made. if, To Messrs. Swift and McDowell: An undivided interest in the laboratory fumes '. .5-if of H2S and carbon disulphide which they have hitherto shared so generously with the occupants of our floor. L "fb To Miss Fisher: Our notable class history to be kept and reviewed when we "I have become the men and women of the nation, so that she may point to us and say 'J PEI to the Freshmen's grandchildren: "I taught them." - 5.11, To Miss Newton: Our undying appreciation of her interest in us through three ky, years and finally her untiring efforts to put over the 1924 LAFAMAC. E ffflf To Miss McCaskill:' Our sincere hope that she may get "him" yet. H 5.-gi FIFTH: We hereby give, devise, and bequeath to the Juniors, to have and to 'QQ hold, their heirs and assigns forever, share and share alike, the following most-prized ,QQ and cherished of Senior possessions, real, personal, and imaginary: P 5,9 -W All those lockers now in our name on the second floor, together with all the ,fir-. squeaks, bangs, and other noises made in opening and closing them. 'L E25 All those "regular" seats we were supposed to have had in the auditorium. 4 pf 'Q go -I .e. 11 L 1 All those bare cabinet shelves and walls which were to have been filled with wbooks and pictures. ' The inalienable right to "eat off" the Juniors at the Junior-Senior Banquet. t All those Senior privileges which were to have been ours but never were. The undisputed editorial rights to all newspapers now, or once, published in the Senior Class to wit The High School Gimlet The Sample, and The Class Gossiper Those adopted members of the Senior Class who have been with us, but not 0 us this vear, to wit, Mary McRae Helen Kelly Letie Graham, and Leah Jones SIXTH We bequeath to the Sophomores the knowledge that, if they study hard and do not eat too much at the Lunch Room, they may some day become Seniors PAGE THIRTV THREE ,l .sy .Fifi rn, rag? i -:el .191 .L J. aa., I 1 n ' - ' ' ' Tv ' f 'fiffl - , . . x . ' , l . V ' , l I ' ' li , . ' 7:25 L ' - I .iff A -- ' fly. F753 ' I "TT , , Hex 03- - . Q 'K an A iq" vo " FMF ' A ' ' ' ' ' ' " ' fe' -gs .--nwwg-.5--., - - 3. -f-rg .ff of Aj , pr - 5 ,- . . - L - ,,'-sig-if ,A X Q V- 1. .- 'f r:s:1s:"..sS955e2:- -f -. 'idsssfhf-. K1f::i'1T3al33117'l K li: 1--3 QC! If .- A , .4-E1 Y H 1 , aug V, si, ,W 4? vs, an ru 'W Y-fl.--. a,aE'Z'f1!5z 3 h Q 1924 L u f il m il ,g 's ' ssifr' '79 SEVENTH: We leave with the Freshmen our deepest sympathy and only hope that they may profit by the abundance of advice we pass on unheeded, unendorsed, to them, their heirs and assigns forever. . EIGHTH: We, as individuals, knowing the urgent need of them by others, do dispose of as stated herein below, our most cherished and hard earned personal possessions Malcolm Bethune leaves his unsurpassed record for punctuallty and regula attendance to James Coffey Stedman Bryan wills his ever present friend Stacomb, to John Anderson Charles Lilly gives his title of 'prettiest boy in High School" to Lawrence Green Marietta Register wills little but important companion, her vanity case and broken mirror, together with the skill acquired through constant use, to Lucille Martm Mae Segroves bequeaths the secret of her silence with full directions for its use to Lillian Strickland Lucille Bill leaves her thirst for knowledge to Wilhelmina Crist George Lilly, as a supreme sacrifice, wills his good opinion of himself to Jim Parsley Leon McDuff1e bequeaths his worthy title of Sheik to Henry Sandlm lizabeth Watson leaves to Louise Tyler the nerve to bob her crowning beauty ' Lydia Percival bequeaths to Mildred Cotton a well used book, ' How to Make the Loftiest Fall MarJory Hedgepeth wills that ever present giggle to Virginia Huske Christine Hutaff leaves the solemn trust of winning the 1925 Basketball Champion ship to her worthy colleagues Allie Powers, Stanley Strickland Ruby McElhannon Ruth Bethune, and Elzita Hammond Laurence Thornton leaves his ' Styleplus appearance to Salem Monsour NINTH We hereby constitute and appoint our beloved fellow students, William Marsh and Eleanor Lilly, president of the Sophomore and Freshman Class, respec tively our lawful executor and executrlx, to all intents and purposes to execute this our last will and testament, and every part and clause thereof, according to the true intent and meaning of the same, hereby revoking and declaring utterly void any and all other wills and testaments by us at any time heretofore made IN TESTIMONY THEREOF We, the said Class of 1924 do hereunto set our hand and seal this 15th day of May, A D 1924 THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1924 fSealj Signed sealed published and declared by the said Class of 1924 to be their last will and testament in the presence of us, who at their request, and in their presence and in the presence of each other, do subscribe our names and witness thereunto WILLIAM E MANROD FRANCES E DeVANE QBY EDWIN R MACKETHAN, JIU PAGE THIRTY FOUR ll 'Q le.. 3:0 SD,-q .-0. JS. g. fgg. . ' Q 190 :sis Os Eg. n 39 if? lgfi 3" C' I ' 4 I ,Eau -3 0 ng O 'I 'u 'Qi sl I U O N51 Q' I 3-'L JO 'fc 'x .os H1 . , ' f - v , res? Eg, - Q 9. ,im ' ' - ' as u PQ, . ! ' ,, I sg . . . . I . . . - '26, . . . . . . . . ' Qu EB. ' . . . . . 555-3 ' ' ' . F55 Og. ' ld' an . . . . . . 9.2 9:4 ' 1253 'gm A . . . 1 . . . . . . :Zu 1-1' f PM ' ' ' u ' n ' . . . , ' 2:1 , - e i in ' - '. 353 . . . . . sq- .e ' ' - ' 7 f- ilj - z ar A la ,fb-' - 5. . , . . . . ,ai . . , n . , - , F 2 3. . . L . ' 1. Egg . . n gp . . I . t bf ,iv 4 . HX fi! ' ' :Fo ' 'A+ st!! V ' ' ' ri ,.,.. e - ig" ul 6 ' , n- .- . -rf' 45.7 9 9 9 1 "'-A :mfg . ' . . . . EEE 32: 1 E. 1 ,ga ,gba QQ: ' S231 ki' - 2 .4-5 Q52 :SEQ h..a . . ig, I I? .4 . .- ' gf. I - . i L'f'i f - ff - L : ,N S vi. ' , ,-. , ,S ,. ,,-:.-.-1- . -.,-. -v wi: , ,arg 1' 9, '--f-- 7 1.5: zri?fi:z'.5.l"' F' .- .Sai m'S: ""."51f3.5-fs Q' " rm ' 42' goalgsapgqov 0 JU HQ WGN -J PAGE THrR I I Xxx. L 2 MT rf ,, R. Q :pw VU .R "L R, -K rw.- A-.. ,. ,, f QQQYEF F9 3 C im 2 1924 L 11 f .1 m u r 5 ' 7,5 2 L L . N,-., I Q , - E95 ' T I L -... Q4 A 157525 1 ',.', s , w ' PM 1 J- sag: wuz ,,-. gxff. -YR Q 4, 3 MOTTO: Exceljszm' :Eg V ? 735 COLORS: Yellow and White FLOWER: Yellow Rose ? 'Vi 'Ig :fi g Ti E ' f , 1 '29 Il T, 'I ,415 JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS fe, li ig lil -1- EW ff? sgfqq eh nf 1' . Q L J AMES LAWRENCE GREEN ...... ...,.... P reszdent :fi LILLIAN BUTLER STRICKLAND ...,... Vice-President Q. H PM MARY CROMARTIE SUTTON ....... ........ S ecretary L 'liffl JAMES BALLENTINE INGOLD ........ ....... T 1-easw-ev 11'-5 , 1 Ks: i 4 l ei Y f ., A 5-5 ff PAGE THIRTY-SIX X Ls? if v..L,-f-,, ,, ,W , K , , - , f LW-.- , .- 'X fr- . R ,,', A .. . ---, - 1 -3- - PAGV THIRTY-SEVEN CLASS OR THE JUNI rv, 1'- x 'Li ,V x 'A' X.. .Ir - 1 IJ?- :va O,- s '4 If ,,. ww qw. J' ' ' ,- -' ' Az- ---. - , .I ,-,g I '.z!.4,:3gff!-?e3?S1?iJf2J C il l' I 924 L tl f il lll tl l' 1 ? 7fQ?f1sL?'iA:-2, ,,.4,Sz1I:R.:5:fesn-SQQSQ YS 520: H3 RIS JUNIOR CLASS JOHN HUSKE ANDERSON, JR. THOMAS RICHARD MCANDREWS BENJAMIN HECTOR BARNES KATHARINE MCDIARMID VIRGINIA ELMA BAIN CHRISTIAN BERTHA MCKETHAN 2,7 HAROLD DOUGLAS BELL MARY MARVEL MCKETHAN if SPENCER DAVID BENNETT MYRTLE JASPER MCKETHAN LENORA ESTELLE BILL FANNIE NEWMAN I GEORGE CHANDLER BRAFFORD MOLLIE ELEANOR NEWMAN BERNICE FROST BULLARD MARY REID NEWTON I '-.' RX., JOHN LEE CADE JAMES NOLAN MARGARET ALBERTA CAIN JAMES MCNEILL PARSLEY ANNIE ELIZABETH CARVER MILLER KING PATTERSON - , JAMES MONROE COFFEY HAROLD PATZ Qc. MILDRED HEARNE COTTON SOPHIA LOUISE POPE f ARCHIE LEE COVINGTON MARY KJNG POTEAT WILHELMINA ELSA CRIST ALLIE BELVA POWERS 76? THOMAS FRANKLIN CULBRETH GEORGE WELLS RAYNOR :I I WILLIAM HENRY DAVIS FRANK HIGHSMITH REMSBURG 53 MARION DOWNING HARTWELL EDWARD REMSBURG JOHN MARTIN FRANCK RUTH EVELYN REYNOLDS I JAMES LAWRENCE GREEN FLOYD LACY RIDDLE '1 CHARLES GUY JACOB THOMAS SALEEBY 325 291 DANIEL MARSH GUY HENRY HOWARD SANDLIN gg, EDWARD JOSEPH HALE JAMES SIMPSON SCHENCK, JR. fi, MOLLIE ELIZABETH HARDY ELLEN HENDRY SCOTT ,A II. JAMES LEIGHTON HATCH DOROTHY YOUNG SHEETZ ' Q LELLA ALINE HAYWOOD DOSHIA SIMMONS - A 5' MYRON HUGO HERNDON ' MARGARET VIRGINIA SMOOT ,Q XIQVILLIAIEI EDWARII-i HILL, JR. IQIIIARVIN GLEROY SSMOOT ff! ERTA OBENA OWARD ENRY ILMORE TAHL 4. VIRGINIA GATEWOOD HUSKE FRANCES WHITE STEDMAN jg JAMES BALLENTINE INGOLD LILLIAN BUTLER STRICKLAND - ' THOMAS MURPHY JUDD GRACE STANLEY STRICKLAND , RUTH SHAW KISTLER CHARLES MEEKS STRINGFIELD A b GEORGE ROBERT LEATHERWOOD MARY CROMARTIE SUTTON MAURICE LESSEM JOSEPHINE FRANCES TOWLER 534 SARAH LUCILE MARTIN ERWIN TOWNSEND STELLA CHRISTINE MATHESON LOUISE ELLIOTT TYLER ALICE TAYLOR MATTHEWS LILLY DELL VANN MATTIE BELLE MAULTSBY REBEKAH WYRICK WADDELL Egg RUTH KENNEDY MILLS SARAH MARGARET WALKER 1 SALEM SOLOMON MONSOUR ELBERT GLENN WALTERS I ARLEY MONROE MOORE MARGARET MCIVER WIDDIFIELD HALLIE ELSIE MOORE WILLIAM SPICER WILLIAMS . ,gg PAGE THIRTY-EIGHT N x f f fXkJ sornumurvi X I, p 'Io 1.1 'ff ,, - - 4, X I f , . L .WW ' ::A,-ewrfgg 51' H, fm, - .4'.IE'Ze'fw!4g ymyrff GZ h c 19.24 L a f a Ill .1 r ',:, l?a-L'. 1 ' wmv- - tx ' , .X L K IE? , ' X 71' Z: 49 is 'fi :JF lj uid if! I Q 'v-4 Q ff' M44 i. , I wi. "w Nr ,. r Ir Ig 51? fig Q Ya if if Y-E3 x l F- 1 A rj Li ff 'ii 'W . I " If T3 Mo'r'ro: Vem, Wai, Wei ,ff L. " P- pg COLORS: Blue and White FLOWER: Lilly of the Valley fill F77 A will 531192 GT fc. 4 fl? iv 1 SOPHOMORE CLASS 502 '11 :li Q3 OFFICERS , I WILLIAM HILL MARSH ....... ...... P resident ' ALBERTA JONES HALE ...... Vice-Preside-nt '-,Ii llxfvf A, U' bARA PRATHER ARMFIELD ....,... ,..... S eceretary 4751. Eff V7 JAMES DOBBIN MACNI-:ILL ...... ..... T reasw-er fi f ii: Kei 'fb' PAGE Foarv , 3,13 vyfx. fx' , 9-:""rT""' "' 442- ,-.II-'--,,ffLFm.,I -h.lJYX:+5iog ETH-' '. . 1? I-- :1:f.," 1S3'fvi3:i: Efifili?.cfi.-Tiff!X1-A'-01 f- .Ia ---I f .,::sLs-2 -' ' f R ... W .,....,.,, 'ff - '1?'3.v:'-'W 4f1f1V:'?1.f,gg2E3 . iq 1' X 5. fs K A V! 1 fy as 1 . 5 . g i ly Q ML f. -1 . ,X 1 - , . :ik Q I we fig ' . 'gif - - , n'. K ' M +R if 6 "1 fins? Q 4 " . 2 ,Q 5 ' 3. . if ' vi '. 15? gN'Lwg S XJ . Q NA? N if ?"m'3"1 hifi? 1-.',L-A .x 4- v XE. wi? Exigigk x A WESFN E k 5' rw -' f Eli: W Z3 fi :-15,23 kg 3 , 'i'- R W. gf ,S , xi " ,F 4,6,'x, Q:- Y-'Acaf FOR I Y rum CLASS PHOMORE 1-:So TH .ga I ER ,lg , . r' b I fi sa Qi' 5:4 :SE gifs. 9:63 F555 Si! WW .0 2 F13 'SS '1- OU -C O .I dy' 'sox 'll QI J 2-a O O- ua' I I ,- 2' 'vs F 'Wim LZQIREJ. -I-uf 'QGLQ EC b e 1924 IL II f a m il r A - i?1'1Sii:- mx N:,f.' 5 cf , 'SOPHOMORE CLASS EDNA VIRGINIA ADAMS THEODORE HORACE ALABASTER ALEXANDER STEWART ALLANACH MARGUERITE MAY ANDREWS SARA PRATHER ARMFIELD ROBERT AVERITT HELEN LEONARD BARNES RUTH ELLEN BETI-IUNE ISABELLE BROWN VERA JOSEPHINE BUCKINGHAM MARY KYLE BULLARD VON CLINE BULLARD ALFRED BURGESS BOND SEDBERRY BYRD MILDRED CHRISTINE CADE ESTO MARIE CAMPBELL EULAND EVANS CANADY EXETER MAUD CHITWOOD JOHN FAIRLEY CLARK IRENE CLUTE THOMAS WALTER CROWSON ANNIE KELSO CURRIE NELLIE ELIZABETH CURRIE LEON FOSTER DALE ROBERT VANCE DAVIS INA DEPOE CHARLES DUFFY FRANCK LUTHER GENTRY MIRIAM RATCLIFF GILLIAM ALTON LACY GRAHAM FLETCHER GRAHAM II-'TIE LOUISE GRAHAM ALBERTA JONES HALE ROBERT EARL HAYES HENRY LOGAN HOUGH JULIAN BROWN HUTAFF EMMETT WOODROW N JACKSON HARRY EUGENE JARRARD LUCILE JOHNSON BEN JOLLY LEAH JONES PAGE FORTY TWO BLANCHE JORDAN LILLY JORDAN HELEN KELLY MARY ABILENE KUTZ ROBERT GLENN KENNEDY JOSEPHINE LYON WILLIAM HILL MARSH MIRIAM EPSY MATHESON ' EMMA INEZ MAULTSBY MILDRED MAULTSBY GEORGE MEISELS ANNIE BELLE MELVIN FREDERICK VICTOR MOTz O. J. MLILLINAX VINCENT MACBRYDE RUBY MACELHANNON JAMES DAFI-'IN MACNEIL DONALD AMBROSE NEW ALBERT GLENN NEWREBRY HAROLD OWEN BESSIE GRANT PALMER ETHEL MACANNALLY PALMER MARIE PATZ MARGARET ALLISON PERRY MARY LUE PHILLIPS HUGH MILTON PINKSTON NELLIE PEOPLES VIRGINIA PAGE RENALDS NELLIE MAE REYNOLDS BERTHA ELIZABETH SANDLIN MARY SHAVITZ MAMIE CHURCHILL SMITH MARY EMMA STRICKLAND JOHN THEOFIELD HARLEE TOWNSEND WILLIS I-IART TURLINGTON KATHLEEN WEST ERNEST HUBERT WHITE ANNIE BLACK WILLIAMS HALLIE IRWIN WILLIAMSON RUTH ZEIGHAUSER IO'-uf '-T:'.'l':a'l'3'-li' aw ..uf Ugg R22 his vga . , Q45 W WO ni 53: I2-I gi! J.: E25 T-A F575 I :Tie za-4 gf' lv L up u'-af' arg? 5:25 B51 P85 Q I A 933 'I . 925 EW 'wir A -- 43:5 .-. U.l 3:25 ., .. 192' Q1 lf. H12 032: fi? 32 L of .ogg V. i 45 1 ,ri P 'gi' .I-Q 'o. 1 S", EQ: 234 ii! ul 4 Iv' dv I. . 5851 rs ,R- 3522 .E 1 ,. I V' O: F-'j 5 0 vcr Q! JO'- is 9:5 sq 33. Fe! L :o' 535' vv'-.55-O 22:1-fi A-+'?fixA Tlx 'IL-2? R fF'1"'1aa1-fS"ff " .. ' 1,:v.3f '? 4:-,5--rw' vu: af!" -A .5 QS ": S5 I:-1 524 he 52" 1' I-was 'rg TWA . A ,I I I . .320 S. I F' A A r A ' '54 fi "5 ' A - Iv' E21 N51 r' ' f' ' ' :L Q .-Og. rn- -Q1 ? 1 "-,Q n. i 1" - ' WS, . ' 'si vi 'sg- , Eff! i -gl i - I 4 ' 'EJ R if? . V 5.2: A I .3 A , , .. -A 'F , - ...,-- . ff -V ., . . 'ga' .- . . Sf' ' ' 73:1 ' f""fv f i1 . A- . . -I' 'L -"2--2" 'O '0 0 lafietib 'P 'L' " " IHiJESJHl MA mx P' 0 .L Nine' 4 I S X . I E 5 I 1 l i 1 . I Q, I I ,ff 711 fl' Ur 1024 L afllumf Q," A I '- ff Y E if I .A H I Y E V I L I i 7 2 f LLL 2 Q A , ' H F S I MOTTO: Struggle Upward I I' COLORS: Lavendar and White FLOWER: Sweet Pea I I ' I 3 I 4 3 j A 2 I A 1 I f 5 I - 9 I ' f lg , FRESHMAN CLASS Q I2 I I ' , ., I I I OFIILERS 3 Q S - I . ' ELEANOR MACKUBIN LILLY ...... ,.....LL,. P reszdemt , L 5? I If . . 'gn .I FAY ELIZABETH BROWN ....... .L..... V zce-Pfreszdent 1 I ' ANNIE ELIZABETH BOWLES ...,.. ....... S ecretary I MARGARET ATHALIA HOBBS ...... ...,... T 'l'6llS7,L'l'67" I, Q' I , 5 ' PAGE FORTY-FOUR I K, I 1 A -W-I A - Aw 1ff'fI""'I""'Rf""'I"""""""E'E'! 1 Q . K f XR? S. 5 :gf E i igffgg , Y Q. i- ' '-fl F A fi qfi ki Q agif Q f hi .E X' Q r f X by k ' ms ' ' K Ki v 2,,i.3 .'-' - gi I gg: 4, Wi ' ,' fin If Q' 5Q:s?9'L A J , x If - N jg L' R gf gig' f X.: A Wg-gw f, f' s NAP 3 5:5 , if-wifi' mm- A f rt ,K ' if if We ' V 5 4. lx if V i lx U I A x Q A PAQ L FORfyJyVE FREN bH3Iq'g ' - CLA, . ,S THE .S-X P f Tv, I' 'P . 'T-0, :S-5:33 . , . 4. . .V - -I , 1.5. 7,-:E I . .E rf- -'-".f576'55. 'I?Q'g"'2:f",, Qjglvfi QAM. iffimfi HWS' E GIS b c 1924 IL al f Il In tl I i J 'y,13ff"-Mi'-f3"2'-2'-E-5-ff'---:EE -'Vx 'I 15:9 1' ' '11 ' " iii.. 5531, T351 F G B2 RESHMAN LASS I gag Y 502 13 705 23, ROY ADAMS ANNIE CAROLYN MINOR f DOREEN' N,0RA ALABASTER KATHARINE H. MONAGHAN -sv :Wi 'A 1 EVA MAE AVERITT WM. MCKETHAN' MONROE Egg , ALTON GLENN BARLOW CATHERINE L. MORRIS A V GRACE TRUEMAN BENNETT WILLIAM HAROLD MORRIS - ' I'- -251 MARGARET FRANCES BLUE OWEN JASPER McCALL 1, ANNIE ELIZABETH BOWLES ANNIE H. MCILWINEN R, Q gli! , MILDRED PATRICIA BREECE ANNIE LOUISIL MCKETHAN seg ' JOHN EDGAR BRITT CRAWFORD B. MCKETHAN 1 -lf- MACf-jN BROQKS JOHN UTLEY MCLEOD g PAY ELIZABETH BROWN NETTIE TERA MCMILLAN O. ' .iii ANNIE HUNT BULLOCK FLORA MCPHERSON MCNEILI4 ,BEQ ODESSA CAMPBELL HONVARD WALTON MCRAE WALTER AUSTIN CAMPBELL GEORGE A-' 0'HANL0N, JR- ANGUS CURRIE CHASON ROBERT' EVAN PALMER MILDRED LOUISE CHEEK ROBERT JAMES PALMER, JR, .deg MARTHA HOLTON CLARK JULIAN PARKER - V ETHEL REID CLAYTON JOSEPH B. PEMBERTON ' 5255 GRACE CHALMERS CLAYTON ANNA DOROTHY PINKSTON E JOHN CROOM FREDERICK VAUGHAN POAG iii wg JOHN DANIEL CURRIE I WALTER BAGGETT POWERS gg IRA JEAN DAVEY 'KATHARINE PURDIE 7531 JOHN CARLTON DAVIS LOTTIE MAE RIDDLE ga GERTRUDE E. DAWES FRANCES H. ROTHWELL 5-5 JOHN ROBERT DEAVER ' ALONZO GLENN ROWELL ELIZABETH DEVANE WADE THOMAS SAU-NDERS INEZ DUPREE EMMA LUCILE SCOTT :Eg- W CLADYS FARRELI THEODORE F SCOTT "5 Q., . I . 'OI Ze!! EDVVIN WILSON FELTON FRANK SEAGROVES PAULINE JOHNSON FELTON SADIE SHAVITZ 533.3 DOROTHY SUTTON FRANCK JAMES WICKLIFFE SMITH 52 552: PEARL MAE GAILS MARION ELOISE SMITH Q58 KENNETH RAYNER GALLUP JOSEPH BERNARD STEIN 592 ELIZA JULIA GLOVER- LOUISE STRICKLAND ,523 FRANCES CRAVEN HALL LULA MAE STRICKLAND fgfg gig ELZITA HAMMOND WALTER GREGG SUTTON 335 ANNIE VIRGINIA HARRELL PETE THEOFIELD, JR. 5555 f.-at GEORGE HATCH NANNIE R. THOMPSON 1:-Q WM. HOUSTON HAYWOOD ELIZABETH P. UNDERWOOD HAROLD V. HEDGEPETH NORRIS MELVIN WALKER GEORGE B. HERNDON ' WALTER BUCK WEBB 5? CHARLES ANDREW HERRING JOHN W. WEISIGER gig 512-I SARAH DUMOND HILL CLIFTON CARL WELLONS MARGARET ATHALIA HOBBS LAMAR WILBUR WELLONS :gg FRANCES JOSEPHINE HODGE CHARLES CARROLL WEST WM., JEFFERSON HOLMES PAUL DUVAL WEST I ggi, ZULA REYNOLDS HOUGH JAMES HOWARD WILKS 3135 MARY' DALICE HOWARD ARLIE WINDELL WILLIAMS 'gg CAROLYN ATTELIA HUGGINS AVA ALLENE WILLIAMS :gig gf- CEDRIC1A. JORDAN EDITH M. VVILLIAMS gf! OWEN CURTIS LEE MARY LOUISA WILLIAMS 5:2 PARKER LATTA KATHERINE M. WILLIAMSON gig ROBERT M. LIGHTFOOT ' VARA HELEN WRIGHT ELEANOR- MRCKUBBIN LILLY. YERA CORNELIA VYRKIQHT 3: ZETTIE MARTIN LAHDIE ROSE ZAHRAN V' .. . . "iq rite xii Hit Eijei PAGE Fonvv-sux. A faf' A - - -A -U - - --Y-v ff ' ' I '5' --. .-"-'-"' 1' - ' ..' '?"'f' - .' Ef"i'YCL'T'i"f1:'21 ...I . -HMP' 1 PAGE FORTY-SEVEN L Cmss BINIERCI.-X Co THE Q Il P625 P35 Ag. Ei! f' 1 ,.q. bf: I 'ak Spf! ,. sis' Ei 6:9 F-7 E ug. . 1 1' we 55: Be'- vs! aff 213 EP! 552 6 . E523 ii? 555 595 sig? ka -of if-5 Q52 Sir. Lei? 223. 53" ,. . A43 ' 5 +2 .' 0 .20 QQ a.6': Q 0:, . ,I -'ww -cw I - ' ' -TP-A ' -..6,,I'E1.':0gfAg QSZWEHI' C IJ e 1924 il tl f u m u c " qf,ff"1'-A- 1. vu' "' ' COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT MISS HATTIE CAMPBELL, Teacher ELIZABETH WATSON BENNETT MYRTLE CARL BETTS ALEATHEA LUCILLE BILL SENIORS FLORENCE VIRGINIA BUCKINGHAM ELIZABETH CLARKE ' KATHLEEN DUPREE FLORA JANE FELTON ORIE MARIE GENTRY RUTH REEDY GRAHAM ANNIE ROYAL LEDBET'rER SAMUEL VERNON MAULTSBY , MARY BELLE MONROE ESTELLE' PEOPLES THELMA ,IRENE ROWELL RALPH MCKENZIE TIMBY ' VIRGINIA BAIN MILDRED HEARNE COTTON ' JAMES- LAWRENCE GREENE, EDWARD JOSEPH HALE MOLLIE HARDY LEIGHTON HATCH RUTH SHAW KISTLER STELLA CHRISTINE MATHESON ALICE TAYLOR MATTHEWS MATTIE BELLE MAULTSBY ARLEY MONROE MOORE HALLIE MOORE J UNIORS MARY MARVEL MCKETHAN MYRTLE JASPER MCKETHAN FANNIE NEWMAN SOPHIE LOUISE POPE ALLIE BELVE POWERS V JAMES SIMPSON SCHENCR, JR. DOROTHY 'SHEETZ DOSHIE SIMMONS MARGARET VIRGINIA SMOOT GRACE STANLEY STRICKLAND LILLIAN BUTLER STRICKLAND MARGARET WALKER MARGARET MCIVER WIDDIEIELD MAIE CAMERON HAWLEY MARY HAYWOOD DAISY MAIE HOOPER PAGE FORTY-EIGHT 0 .fi"l"'0 'F 4'-.-"'1" 5 0 Jour' SPECIALS A FLORENCE PARKER ILA PERSON MARY GARDEN SMITH VIRGINIA SMITH I I 1 Aviv A Q '11 A , "" J' :Of -raw: u' ,, ' i'y,"rm-24.-P" ,yi- -arfsavf - 1 .. .- Iii. .4-u -212- E-I4 QQ: :O ' Af? '33 fgle T23 T23 wg 1-.0 OS! F952 ,A6,. ui I qu.- Big Wil :gg .. , B? lib' 19.15 D. . as'-3 cw? ...- !'s I o. alg: 50,- ',-if rift , . Isl 'HC mg. . .og Bl, ' I 555 ,.. 'tc 93-I ng, '. .a mtg- 031 425 . .P 392' .-,4 Q9 be 5353 in 5225 3? 2:54 nh: R21 ?'iE hi' 24 31.1 ETS 95,1 , i I ,I 91 1 .- U 5 3- . F .1343 :gi 0:14 Q:'.f 2855 F52 '--I -2.2: .231 E23 IQLJ FQ 0 vu :af Pug 222: 4:32 5:25 ..,. -. --I. ,-:. -- , -..---.,..-.A--awe :M-ffv r-an :,- 7- 1:-2-G31-P:AEa-:a-EHHQS'-!q2::00"':-12- 1: :S ', ?ef:!i:'a3" 'f'2':O42'-9209.0o'n.9::9s!:a9Llv!f3!9-52:lL?.'..su I , ,,-, , .. . .-, Im MPMURIAM PHILIP DUNKLEE SIMPSON Born Iune 24 1908 RUTH KENNEDY MILLS Born February 6 1907 Dxed February 18 1924 Died October 12, 1923. 'I' 'ie 'ir' PAGE FIFTY SCIENCE LABORATORY Jmmmm R ACTHVHTHES S E Q v 'cl '13 J X: if Ll 1.- 5. 'P W A qi S? E 3 Q 3 7? iz 3 OFFICERS OF STUDENT Bom' ASSOCIATION AUGUSTUS STEELE ROSE ........,...... ...,........ P ?'6Sid67I,lf LEON CRAWFORD MACDUFFIE ........ ,..,... V ice-President FRANCES WHITE STEDMAN ........, ,...,.... S ecretavfy JOHN MARTIN FRANCK ...,,.... ........ T 1'easu1'e7' PG FFYO 535, fx- sie -X ng I Gi ll c 1924 L il f il lu u r Lli " Se S59 E23 ,Mi Eg ga ,Si THE STUDENT COUNCIL JOHN H. ANDERSON, JR ...... ....,,...,.... P resident THOMAS ENGLISH HILL ....... ...... , 'Lyme-President ll ..g , - VIRGINIA WOODHOUSE ...I..... ............. . .. .,,,... ........... S ecretary gg The Student Council is composed of one girl and one boy, elected by 5 each room, The function of the council is to meet informally with the principal from time to time to offer and consider suggestions that Will Cf make our high school better.' Matters of conduct, scholarship, school spirit, improvement ofappearance of room and grounds, and the like, come up for consideration. Members of the council occasionally talk to their roommates on the topics indicated above. These talks not only indicate to the student body the lines along which our school may be improved, but they also develop in the council members a sense of personal responsibility for the welfare of a business in which they actively participate. I The members of the council are as follows: Sarah Hill ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,.,l..,.,,,.,.,.....,,.....,... SA-1... William Holmes fe? Margaret Hobbs ........ ....... 8 A-2... .......... Fred Poag -gf 'YQ . . . il Louise Strickland ......... ....... 8 B ....... ...... J ullan Parker Alberta Hale ........... ....... 9 A...q.. .................. Tom Hill Emo Campbell ,,,,,,, ......, 9 B .,,,,,. ......... W alter Crowson Virginia Hneke ....... .,,,.... 1 OA ...... .John Anderson Hallie Moore .i............... ......., 1 0B ....... ..... - ....... H arold Bell 21. virginie Woodhouse ........ ....,.. ' .IIA ...... .Emanuel Evans , PES . 0 Elizabeth Clarke ...,.... ......... 1 1B ...... ......... C harles Shuford iii . egg , PAGE FIFTV-'rwo --Z.. - ...A ..- - .--.-. ...V -yi -32' -me --f--,ee-in-ess-er-1'-.ww-aw'azz:-ir-wvwgimii?- NICDMRMQD Dowwzmcsf F F Y THRFF fxq If Cx ' L31 R iff '55 CAE' gb -' I. i L- 'I z -,I 1 I 554 E V as asf: 51 'J- fra si: rf .92 'OFT :Bi EE I 0. 1 55' 9 :fd tai ser ra! 32? rigi -z Vol 'ai Eff Gui M L1-'U 4- f an Q ...sa-'K -f-2-"ir 'ol I '-5'-Ph 1-"'-'15 uv or .,.m.g-q - .. .Y - . -, .. . . . ' 3:21-.'!?.l 0. 20- np", cago9':gc'9f.' n fe - .-o qw- '.--v-M155 .0 ' M 4 -g- hr- .".,1-"A F-ga 4-rl' '-'Q-':. 02 A' Q 0 2-:ff-1-.--dz-A-o:fns-e!-.e-:.-::e-,i0s2s2-::5t3eM.-Q Re:-:aw-5 -af . Nazis.- -' -219-rv----'-M'----e -----dh - , 'wwzg fqg. g1Y1f.':s'!' , V I l 55.1-i , 5 ,,.s:',,Q:j' 19132- : iff-:I-3 qsfgsipj' G: ll C I 924 L tl f cl Ill ml l' y fggi' ' -F ' 's H1-Y CLUB EDWIN MACKETHAN, JR .... ,.,.,,,,,,,,.. President WILLIAM HILL, JR ........... ............ V ice-President JOHN ANDERSON, JR ....... ........ S ecretary-T1'easu're1' . R. R. HARLEY ............. ......................... F acuity Admser JAMES GAINFORT ........ ....... Y . M. C. A. Representative The Hi-Y Club of Fayetteville was organized in February of this year at the instigation of the Hi-Y Club of Wilmington, and Mr. James Gain- fort, our local Y. M. C. A. secretary. The club was formed around' a nucleus of nine of the leading boys of the high school who got together and started a movement which promises to be a .lasting thing. The charter members of the club are: John Anderson, Jr., Tom Hill, William Hill, Jr., George Lilly, William Marsh, Edwin MacKethan, Jr., Augustus Rose, Simpson Schenck, and Marvin Smoot. The Hi-Y Club of Fayetteville is only one of many thousands through- out the World. The purpose of the club is "To create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community, high' standards of Christian character." The slogan is: "Clean living, clean speech, clean athletics, clean scholarship." - The local club meets every Thursday at the "Y" for supper at which time the members discuss current high school problems and their solution. At the same time, they try by means of Bible study, and talks by prom- inent men, to carry out their objective, "Sacrificial service, Christian manhood." 4 PAGE FIFTY-FOUR X Q rw' in 9+ an -1 .h .pf w 1 .uv .495 ' If-. IQ?-yy ' ' "'iW f 'Evita lr.'ggzIT0'6flF5 i'!WKE1!Q:1EQ?:' 1 , I XI' 3-1. Q., V- N i, 1 gg ggi ,J ' rf 3-3535 'O V K W e iilqfz "S we L9 1' . fs-xii -' 'O ,m'k 'L - K ,,fs,i.f .wr , Q -f A gf TIQIAAXNIII Il AR l JEn,x'l'lans QUERY! If1'sOl1'f'11, 7'lu1,f flnf lnfwr-AlI1'v'rl Uvfll' llvbfx Slmulfl bw ffanrrfllwrf Af'f'I.I'llIlIfl'l'I' rs. W1'1n11'nyfm1 .N'wyafirw rs. lim-fry Munn! JOHN H. ANDERSON, JR. VERA RUCKINGIIAM GEORGE D. LILLY EDWIN R. MOKETHAN, JR. Won by the Affirmative Won by the Negative PAC: FH IY-I lvr I .n 3 2- !a if h c 1924 IL u fu ni il r - gg' Pl' ir! . M THE HIGH SCHOOL JOHN OLIVE G. D. LILLY i254 Editor G I , Editor bfi IT Boiuss You TO-READ IF -- - E Vol. X FAYETTEVILLE, N. C., March 6, 1924. No. X NEW FEATURE IN FAY- F. H. S. IS FIRST SCHOOL TO ETTEVILLE HIGH SCHOOL OBSERVE COLLEGE WEEK The High School Gimlet Successor .-1 of Fay-Hi-Say Mr. Andrews Originator of Idea f- . FP? :gtg At the first of the term an effort was ,fs . . H - .- 5 I... ff' mad? In School to revwe the Fay H1 Last week Fayetteville High School Say' the School newspaper of last year' observed what has been termed "Coll 52 3 but due to the lack of support, and the Week ,, Mr Andrews wr be t H if fact that the student body was not ' . 0. 0 a Q ig . . . . colleges and Junior colleges in the state ses' pa united, the idea of re-establishing an ff . . 552 gg . . . and o ered them an opportunity to send .gee qw official high school newspaper was . . gig. 5 I. a representative to Fayetteville to show ag!" abandoned' . the students just why it would be to 535 Q34 Realizing the need for a high school th . d t to t th H an h we er two enter risinff en, a van age go O e co ege rep' BS newspaper' 0 V ' 'J resented. A number of the leading col- F Seniors started a paper on their own 1 . gi-' -. . . : . . A eges of the state responded by sending - ,vi initiative. This newspaper appeared . ' . . . , . representatives, and others asked that , . with the striking name 'The High School they be re resented b their alumnae A Gimlet" Clt bores you to read itl. P y ' l When its handicaps are considered, fContinued on Page Fivej iii the development and progress of the We 3 Q Gimlet were surprising. The size of the 5 Glmlet increased from two to five pages f , 1 . v EJ within two months. Through the hard EDITORIAL Ni work of Emanuel Evans as business 55.5 managefi the Glmlff WHS kept 011 H Though we sometimes refer facetious- ' S0und fmariclal bas-ls., ly to the name GIMLE1' with the slogan gg Because It Was Publlshed Weekly, and "It bores you to read it," it is apparent :ng because it was a private Venture, it is to the discerning reader that the real B t felt that a keener interest has been taken implication is "It Drills." It drills its ln the Glmlet by both its readers and reader in high ideals, in intelligent editors than would have been taken appreciation of literature, through its otherwiseg and it has performed admir- .snappy news items, its philosophical , ably the function of a high school news- editorialsh .and its many other depart- 5 5 ' Paper- , ' ments. 3 . PAGE Flrrv-sux L52 gf Q .,o . 1. A 4 I -11. K1 qw I-I lf, I4 ,E If L, 7, 'I 't or V- ' Q I f 1 1' ff 5' .f A -' N em - ' I 'Jvf' I I IL ,33 I eu km f' Tl I iw fig I 'H' :if if-1 :wx , 5 if '5 ? I .fI'EfW"M' 1 15' GI fl r 1924 L uf kl In u r x ' " 1 I SQ 54 :fm Rr' D' 1' L-.L I ., f 'I ,. I' 'fa 3 N ' "J .4 .I, -.4 .I 13. ,RQ " x 'I R, 5 1 Y 1 'gn I J UNIOR-SENIOR BANQUET .41 'SY' I I ' Emu 514 MENU ,I if A CHERRY COCKTAIL fiif mfg SLICED TURKEY CRANBERRY SAUCE RICE CANDIED YAMS Z HOT ROLLS 4' FRUIT SALAD SALTINES 22 gf ICE CREAM CAKE 1-555 PT? si? NUTS MINTS ij! COFFEE I A- 1.6.1 iw TOASTS ' 'II :fs WILLIAM HILL, Toastmaster L' 'ij 1'z:,:, ' j'5f'I.. To the Semors ........ ,,.....................I.I.,........................ ...... L A URENCE GREEN ' To the School ...... ......... S OPHIE POPE if 5 I-at 'fi To the Faculty ....... , ................ JOHN FRANCK ' To the Trustees ...,.. ....... G EORGE LEATHERWOOD gli To the Future ...... ........... V IRGINIA HUSKE Im! ,f . PAGE FIFTV-SEVEN gr , H 'H ,f 1 , , -, , . V... , A iq'-So 10 Wx- vw f:.J,i3'Y 'I-'N1.H" Mk' 5.5L '-Z TI ' , :L I L., IL ,r . 53 i I . LAURENCE THORNTON LEON MACDUFFIE .,...... EMANUEL EVANS ........ FRANCES STEDMAN .... LYDIA PERCIVAL ........ R. GEORGE RAYNOR ,..A,..... EDWIN MACKETHAN,. MAURICE LESSEM .....,., CHARLES LILLY ............... ELIZABETH BENNETT .,.,..., ANNIE LEIJBETTER ........,.. STEDMAN BRYAN ...,.... GEORGE LILLY .,,..Y..........I. LAFAMAC STAFF ASSISTANT EDITORS ASSISTANT MANAGERS ANNIE IYELSO CURRIE .........,,...... HALLIE IRWIN WILLIAMSON ........ PAGE FIFTY-EIGHT ' uf? 'E ,VJ ,, ,A-,y' Q-' ' ,f--,..-V . ' -751 :AA ....,.....Editor-in-Chief ....I.Busi1zess Manager ..,..,,,ClasS .,,,..Sch0oi .,.,,.....Featu1'e .......,.Literary .......Ath1etic .....,..Art .Advertising .Advertising ,Advertising .Advertising Subscription Subscription Subscription a - - . A .-, . . , '. ' ,gs 4,5 '.:grj-5? sf' ' rf, I I ,nE'?'4lfw'g 6 C IJ c 19:4 1. a f u m u r 1 - 4 wi ix-px. 1, . X I 11521 C151 ,AA UH QQ' ,lv NCQ' ETA" Ri . . k TTT! ifli Jw will. slxiv 1.3.4 ings Q-i ,I v EP Eg. dw L, 5 . tiff if .J rin! 4254 1, ,- . Cf: kv' .. -.31 7?-2 . ,J le 3 ,,. iff! :gi THE SENIOR'S BROOM I am not a romantic object, indeed, to look at me you would scarcely think I ever knew that such a thing as romance existed. But there you're wrong, for I helped to make. one. of the 'best matches in this town. The factis-I should have been a Matrimonial Bureau lnstead of what I am, a school broom. But never mind that, my life is a happy one even if I do kick up a lot of dust! I had been having a nice nap on the top of a shelf in a grocery store, when I was rudely awakened by a clerk, who jerked me down with his long hook. Before I knew what was happening, I was delivered to' a red brick building, which I learned was the Fayetteville High School. My boss was the janitor, who received me with a wide smile and open arms. I shall not detail the ,humdrum duties of a school broom, for I continued thus only a week before romance entered my life! . I had just swept the second floor and was about to be put away when a young lady rushed up and borrowed me from the janitor. It seems that the principal of the school had offered a half-holiday to the room that was neatest during a certain number of months, and the young lady feared that the Senior room was not as clean as it might be. ' As I entered the room I looked about curiously, for this was the first time I had ever entered a classroom and I desired to know all about it and its inhabitants. My entrance created quite a stir and I felt proud to have caused so much comment from the folks I was prepared to stand in awe of. P The young lady said, "Here Bill, you're the president, you ought to sweep." And as Bill took me there were many remarks. O e cried Three cheers for the new janitor! Another I ll say Bill, anytime you need a job come to my oilice and Ill give you a position as janitor eah answered Bill Youpll do good if anybody hires you as jan'to 'n a ja'l ' And so on until someone told them to be quiet. I looked to see who was speaking and it was a small brown-haired blue-eyed lady, sitting at a desk. I correctly supposed her to be the teacher. After the room was swept the gong sounded, so in a great hurry I was placed behind the door. And that is how I chanced to hear the first part of the romance! That day the class had a meeting and since they were Seniors, there was .no teacher present. At first it was so orderly, that I thought they were truly dignified Seniors, and I was, nearly asleep when I heard a clear mischievous voice say: You know, Class, we ought to do something no class has ever done before a d+ I ve an idea! Well let us in on it if it s a keen one, said the presid t. I'll bet it's a scrimp, Polly always thinks of such cock-eyed things said a you lady and I judged from her tone of voice for it would take a Philadelphia lawyer to decipher her speech that she approved Then the first voice resumed, Well Miss Merrimans taught us English evei since we entered this old joint. Shes always been our teacher and a good sport as far as teachers go- "Aw say if you re just gonna give us a hot line we all know that " interru ted an impatient young man Walt ll I finish protested Polly I reckon shes awful tired of teaching and, besides We don't want any other class to have her cause she might like them best let's marry her off' ' If Polly wished to astonish everybody she certainly succeeded Marry her ff well you ought to be in the Zoo as the only person having such peculiar ideas Polly s Be quiet my child I propose this stupendous undertaking in all seriousness, said Polly loftily PAGE SIXTY 'f 5576: ti -'S gy. ! 83" . .0 9193 gl .sig We 54:52 -.Q-1 E!! igig 1533 sei 'Wig --Qu iff? .B .:gg, ,gi I 04. i 5 0?-I " A P4' 's o 58: -5 1 ll ?- Fl JQ " 5- 'lH:m"- Hi: ,fr ,105 .0 Vi-f r" CMM' Q.-fl '- 1 n , ca n F.. s , u s , 1 . up .n r fi UY ,ar , cc 1 1 1. I I . 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"WI 3,533 "She can marry Mr. Blackstone, the new minister," proposed one. QIQI3 "ThaZIIIIbe the st1.I1ff,"IIsaid another, "then all the women in the congregation will 5,-4,4 stop squa ing over im. -55 "I:ll bet ghe cahn help hini yivrite keen sermons 'cause she's had plenty of practice on us, state anot er young a y. - I Iheard many names proposed, but they were met with such remarks as "Oh, he's too st1ngy," or, "Not that man, he'd make a lions' teeth chatter." Finally they voted and I waited' in suspense, until the president announced: iff' Q "Mr. Blackstone will be the lucky man-say, Poll, they would make a fine couple, ,I L but--how are we going to manage it?" I v E.-5:4 II "Oh, that's easy, I thought of the plan, and it's someone else's job to think of H511 ow to do it," said Polly coolly. 355 Everything was quiet a minute and then I heard a voice say: , Egg "We'll have to have a campaign and start with propaganda. The first thing to Q5 do is to tell everybody that they are going to get married-just say youIheard it. 1 That ll start something, and whoever sees an opportunity to help it on-don t dare to gage I ,,i,- fail. I'll tell him how nice she is when he takes dinner with us Sunday!" Then amid much giggling, the class proceeded to discuss a matter, which I did not understand, about whether the boys ,should wear black shoes or white at com- mencement. The boys seemed to have very little to say in the matter, and after it Egg if was settled, they adjourned'the meeting. rj. The next morning I heard the janitor as he searched for me, but heInever thought 3 I'd be behind the door 5 and I stood straight and sta, not'caring for him to find me, are .:1.,I for I was quite proud to be the Seniors' broom. - I I A few days later a young lady came in and said, "Hurrah for us, Miss Merriman, gtxgj we won the half-holiday. Let's have a picnic!" ' There were many exclamations and finally they decided that they would have s 'fly a grand picnic. ' I I d "I'll inarite Mr.dBIIackitonIe to go, too," said Polly in low tones to the class pres- I. ,331 i ent, as t ey stoo y t e oor. ' , And then-I got an invitation too! One of the boys, in search of a ball, dis- . ff' covered me behind the door. I ff "Say, here's the broom that helped us to get the holiday!" ' fn., F321 "Three cheers for the broomg 1et's take it with us," said someone. And that's -ijgfg how I came to go to the picnic. 5 ., fin I can't say that I enjoyed the picnic immensely, for it was not my idea of a I celebration. I am not accustomed to being used as a weapon and therefore was some- 5. E1 My what astonished when Polly grabbed me and chased the president, who had eaten some cakes before lunch time. I was on the look-out for Mr. Blackstone andIconcluded that 525 Eg. he was the nice-looking man who was so jolly. In fact, to my unexperlenced view, he was everything a hero should be.. Everyone seemed to be aving a good time and faj when they were ready to go, the boys and girls hurriedly piled into the cars, leaving 31 Miss Merriman to come with Mr. Blackstone. I felt terribly, for I thought they were 3233 going to leave me, but Mr. Blackstone saw me and I shall bless himftill my wearing- 93' out day. He seized me and put me in his coupe and so I rode back to town between ggi 'Epi the hero and the heroine. Q '91 U, Of course, I could not help hearing their conversation, not being deaf, though I 5? must say it was not personal' and I felt that the campaign was progressing s ower lg! 55 than necessary, though he did, call her Sally and she blushed several times, which I think is an encouraging sign. But then, perhaps I'm just 'used to fast work, the jiinitor is a bustling man, and maybe this kind of an affair should be conducted . 'if' s ow y I I IS I i rfb I , PAGE Slx'rv.oNs L V -. 4 -. - grsxtlq' ,QQ ' - ' 'Q ' " 4.- -Ivy! ".. . A -K 1' 4 Q .-n .' . '-,Q ,. ,. - ct in e 1924 L u f u m u f a . ,uw 04.5 ' elf: My spirits were exalted the next day when I heard Polly say: - ds: ki "Oh, everything's going fine so far. He had a date with her last night." We 5' "'x. . 'grandlu exclaimed another, "But what's the next step-have you spread the Ein- repor . ' -.L rf? 5-si . "Good gracious, yes! The first person I met was Mrs. Dickenson, and I just E55 523 hinted around lt, and now everybody in town knows it," laughed Poll . "I reckon -35 ,,, .. . Y ig: we'1l have to let the rest work out like it will, there's no more that we can do." 1 2 f Eben -inhthe hustle and excitement ofcommencement week, I was forgotten and lv' 755 le t ehind t e door where I had been placed after the picnic. From time to time, I' 5 heard funny reports. Once Polly came in convulsed with laughter and said: p ,322 'fThe funniest .thing happened this morningcg Mrs. Dickenson congratulated Miss Merriman. They didn t know I was near, and Miss Merrimanqsald, "You-er-must-er-be 515' mistaken," and she blushed like everything! Then ,Mrs. Dickenson said Cimitating E325 ,Pt . , r.- it wat lady!! :t"Thieret1m5L.dFar,qI lfnoui yoii Zant tolfkeep E: a secret, and I won't tell." asnt t a per ec gy 1 ing. 've aug e myse too eat . Again, I heard that he had taken her to a concert. He took her' to the Senior ue . . . . , 9'-. glay, too--arild aslthey iaykln Ylfgll lyou see I am quite' advanced for a broomj, the ust--or rat er pot-t IC ens. '91 Things were going all right but as far as I could hear the hero and heroine had reached the point desired, for, in the language of the Senidrs, he had not popped the question! '35, Then, two days before commencement, came the climax. Never shall I forget O. . 1 that afternoon, lf I live to sweep a hundred halls. The school room was deserted, FEE exce t for the teacher, -and the only sound that could be heard was the shouts of Zi' .-F.. P . . :J 252 boys playing ball outside. Suddenly, I heard sobs ,and I knew that the teacher was crying. I longed to comfort her. Here was the time and place, where was the man? isa! Then I heard steps anda uline voice said: 'Pg' - nv . 733 "Sally Margaret Merriman, what are you crying about?" "I am not crying," she answered indignantly. "Yes you are-have you heard any bad news?" he asked. "No," she said "Well, then have you heard anything that made you mad?" he asked. "Well, yes" she answered. U - . . 5 4 "Oh," he said knowingly, "You've heard that rumor. I don't think 1t's all that badg 323 in fact, I think it's rather nice." U '5'6 . . Q I The teacher said nothing. 1 "Sally" he said softly "Won't'you make the rumor true?" :--'E ' ' g get ' And Sally answered very indistinctly: 5322 25: :ph ASF: "Yes-U' 535i You may be sure I was thrilled from the top of my bald head to my straw feet. Was I not responsible for this romance? Had I not made possible the half-holiday ffl 'fi which led to the resent moment? I am sure I breathed a sigh of relief to know that Ski ..,. P ,., all had ended exactly as we had planned. ' I knew what was coming when Miss Merriman closed the door of the room just SSS' before time to march out on commencement night. She told the Seniors that she was 'fif oin to be married and they were the first people she had told and ended her little hw v 3' E . . -,. speech by saying, "You'll not tell anybody will you?" And the children lnnocently gg: and solemnly said, "No, indeed, we wouldn't think of such a thing!" i DELL HOSIER Porn, '23, Wmner of Short Story Prize, 1923. PAGE Snxrv-'rwo f QP- v2i N .. ' 2 - - P . --.-Y -- , Q. . - - V3 .-f , -' ei '.'?',--,sw---fr-'1-'f-'wefvyvwffw"fH'!i'1ffaft1'W'-7'Fi?f?: "7'f?:.'i5-?f?5ig?'f'55553'3ss' r ' f5s.T52?552:?a75 435353153302-?i:a53:Q233293o:iAu'as2Si's5::5:. I tm 1' 192 1 L 11 f L1 lu .1 L' W' ffm ,ixrb V ' 9 ,, M5695 Ullllzblccj? X Q Wisdom buf X little audacifg Audacify buf very 11154516 x vznsdom ' dur ko 4 m fm N i Q f 14 fx' 0 EW Q L ' I F I in.: 623, , ,, :Q M A7 T59-IT' 2 r I ' av ' Vffifvf .1 , IW Fi :Q 'FE fe, K ..,..- ,M ,, ,,.,,,.,,. .,.. ,, ,. . -- ....,, , ,. P S .gf - -1 .. .., Q, 1 I 5. MOST' POPULAR BOY CHARLES LJLLY i IN-, .,. ,-.., 'mv RACHEL, HIGHSMITH iw .. .M N MOST LOYAL. N LAUREINCE GREEN J E mos-r musocanf- mo-swf GAENERQUS emacs cuwvom Joram FRANCK ei, MOST' CAPABLE AGUSTUS ROSE .E L.-uf . ' is xp M., , k .aw L5 X . . ROUND! GIRL STRICKLANDA ' PRETTIEGT MARTHA CLARK r.n.g..Y fn., ,,,.,,,.-mug, ,Qfjfz S. ,, r , L, -f.-f :..,,4-N-H 'K' -,lf .lf " r- : -T if , e' A, n- ,t-,,.A .six-W-. A. , ,. . v-+ W W gy -i1w5w,m'1-w1 1- Q ,Q ..'ffr+.,-X W : L - If ' '. 'J,,,4A 9 S ' BEST ATHLEITAE 1 GEORGE EAYNOR MOST STUDIOUS p..w..-.-. LOU I SB 'TYLER .,k41u.L s 'MRL 4 MOST QTTRACTIUE 'STANLEY STRICKLAND 1 MOST oRnGmAL W James COPFEY , -W ,M ,.....,M-fy.-,.M.f,,M mm:-Q. f.-, W ,- , 9 5 u BEST ALL-ROUND 1 i BoSf Emmqgkg, ezvams S' . TT. Q . " "?i3a-,, get xv 'L L,?T7f,-jfli' 1 ,.,. aw, . ,. , , -w,..-,...v.-x..,4 ATHLETICS E? E 'll G Z '-1 E1 3 A fl 53 nl Q xc 5 X7 33 7? Fv 3 .v 4. QL H . .4 ' . 'J .fn ,I vi' 4 E. -I wi L ff Q2 f 'I X f 5 :T , I 5 fl HB .rx .,1 'x Y. w'- . L! , -In L7 T w Us ? in E if , b 2 fy . 9 53 .rc-' J S Ji Wu .j .A fx? QQ 'ct 1. -s L - 1 A ,gE1'?:fGLQ - C in c 1924 L u fu m u r f- "'l NI-'K' ' ': El? 155, F9 - A S WHERE 12Y. L 1 y : I x 1 I X H - J E l M i WHEQ IZY? ' EEE J! A A4 ' P C g, A A if , X- A' ,5gQfC.5-4331?-T. A--f , rg? E Eff. iff: .L A-0 .fi,.. X N Sf '-6' . ' NC LL f 'E ll? k E -.'.' Q51 AY :"""'Ps - A T11 "ff ' fzxfj '-'T.Li'I1. C tx ' 1 U, ff? , E-,?.4if?Af A A ' S , f ac ,gg 12.54.12 J L- L. I 7 -. '- W? V , - V- A' ' f S . 5?QY'E'3':f E r EEEE A A-A A '-A if " , ,,"- -E E" - A - N x Q I Ano: ' 13", Llss f " ' ' - ff f" X . ff, E? 1 , f X X xx A.1 A A , . V 'W - VIlv,, 1 .--..' Lk 'AN . n EE PERSONNEL jig BILL MANROD -.......-.... ........ 0 ouch MALCOLM BETHUME ......, ,,,,-,,, M mage,- r. WILBUE ANDREWS ...... ,,-,,,,,,, C aptain LAWRENCE GREEN ....... .................. ....... C E pmm-Elect :Ei PLAYERS POSITION PLAYERS BARNES -----'- --------- E' nd .-....... ...,..... F RANCK Elf? C- LILLY ----..........A...................... .................... .... E 'n d ....................,.......... ,,,,,,,.., P ARSLEY K! LEATHERWOOD ............... GREEN SANDLIN COFFEY S HU:-'ORD ALLANACH ANDREWS RAYNOR MACDUFFIE EVANS REMSBURG End Tackle Tackle Guard Guard Guard Center Quarterback H al f back H al f b ack Fullback s 1 MACKETHAN WALTERS KEN NEDY SMoo'r AVERITT TIMBY JACKSON LESSEM BULLARD G LILLY PAGE SIXTY SEVEN :- - 2 go L he , . in 9 if ,u lv 6' H 2 I A 3: 'gig . if 53: :eb if ! 4 Aff .yn Lx 1 Tx ll 2 sew.. N Q . .......,........,.................... ,.,,.. , A.: Y .............. .,.............................,....,... ...................A...........,... ,,,,, , , 1 --------------------- .-..-.-.......... ..........v........... ..............................A..... ..,.... he ..,.................................. ........................, ,,,.,,,.,.,,,.,.,,,, .,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, .,,,.,,. S --'----------. -A.----------- 1 --------..------........... .... ' .................... ...........,.... ......... -E 0' -----"-----------'------------ - -'---------------------- ------------------------------------ ............ . ------'----------------------------- ----------- -,----,---- ................... A ................ ........ T H E o FIELD h fl.. gig. --------------.-..-........ ............................. ...............4 .,...,.,,,,,,,, ,.,,.,.,, g, gg I .................,........,..... ,.,,,..,,,.,.,,.,. ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,A.,,,,,,.4A,,,,, ,,,,,.,. Sui - v------- ------------------ -------..-...., .................. . ................................. .....,.. ........,............A.....................,........... e...... ........................... ,,,,,, . E. Sv? fs' . 4 Q- - .,, o . an .J s ' g , g' Ax xx q."" 1 4 K.-SN. , n Q19 335 ,M ,. 4 25? 5 .2 ,,,w 5 '7 ' -' f' "0 1'-?:lVf'ff.'. ' , . fl--fr v Mel"-6 9:.fi'33 L. 3-fwfr' lAxQSTl gig? GZ ll E l92-I l. ml fd Ill il l' "' f'f:fJ'3'-s-'ff- - l--S-M , :Y 1 . .Y gl' .Avi , x., gf.. ak, 3 'Y r .x 15: -,T xi F3 V '1 iz Y. UQ .Q aff '-A A kiwi 3523 234 age 'Ei Q3 Q35 Ez?- if i 3 1 .J -:3 W as 551 A REVIEW OF THE FOOTBALL SEASON When Coach Manrod sent out the call for football candidates, about fifty men reported. The return of only four letter men presented some difficulty in developing a team. However, this gave the men a greater determination to uphold the traditions of F. H. S. football. After a week of hard practice, Coach Manrod had whipped into shape a fast but light team, built around Captain Andrews, Green, Coffey and Remsburg. p After another week of scrimmaging and signal practice, we met our first opponent, an old rival, Raeford. A hard and gruelling contest fol- lowed. Due largely to the line plunging of .Lessem and. the all around playing of Remsburg, we finally nosed out a 6 to 0 victory. The following week We journeyed to Smithfield. This game also proved to be a hard struggle, but the Purple and Gold managed to fight their opponent to a standstill, and when the final whistle blew the score stood 0-0. ' This brings us to the first disaster of the season. We journeyed to Sanford, expecting to trounce the Yellow Jackets, but instead, met an unpleasant surprise in the strength of their team, and were promptly snowed under 27 to 0. With the sting of defeat still fresh in our minds, we played Hamlet. Although we showed a world of power, a costly fumble in the opening few minutes of play netted Hamlet a six-point lead which we were never able to overcome. The final score was 6 to 0. H A Fayetteville opened the championship series with Sprat Moore's Pigskin Booters from Dunn. After playing ,three scoreless quarters, the Purple and Gold machine got into action and pushed the oval across. This was followed by another in short order, but we were not destined to do all of the scoring. With only a minute left to play, Anderson for Dunn, raced seventy yards for their only score. The game ended 13 to 6 in favor of Fayetteville. The brilliant line plunging of Remsburg and the ability of Barnes to handle forward passes were the features of the game. PAGE SIXTY-EIGHT , 335-'daft-r'c' ZUWUFWG-' " -0:-"'-'vG1:Qfn.n?A"v1-'ri Q wi" -4-vi 'gk' F'ti? 7A72""!3f!'g'i!lSE'?'?!-525Iiblfgaafgziivfg 5"5'f5Y'ff2i's5535!2-93?.te2fEifi?i-'3 5 '2ai?524ffE5'f'5W3i? ' W Fsfiiisf-a' ' 'f 25:2 memes!-Q.:-ws:-me-dev--M-2' -- mag . .- "gn "vin .' o' 201 .oz on :ill ,- In ras! sec? .a gif tiff if 4 2332 Se 'Q I rv' P' 5 . lg.. E45 12.24 S? is' - 1 s-'B 59:96 5:31 2555 'gk mpg: xii :ea gtg! 'oil Wg. ss, D359 are ni, r- Hg I ,,. . ,. : . fi. va 4 S3 5:54 L' 1 E3-31 V 0 ' g I 03:4 0,0 1. I .iq I I l QD 4 2: ng. .sg SN 5: sq 0021 ,QS wil fy ln. Ill! -..xxas- ' 555: fir. ..1..jf1,f, ,.'. .C is vm tl by 515 T Yay ffl 5 42 55 i -e 'PSE 4 3,1 1 9 Eli 5 itil Lvl! ee-' F4 n s EE' , . I: -.ol -mi I ah, 213 rv Hin tqgiwtflg 6 in c 1924 1. tl f u Ill ur -' ,, U ry. 1 ffl ri PI - .iii fi it ll ,2 The following week we met Sanford for the championship of Group ff Three. We were unable to cope with the greater strength and speed of -S w .Iv Coach Park's Yellow Jackets and were forced td lower our colors to the 1 ,I Eastern champions. The final score was 19 to 0. ', L z Coach Manrod, through his untiring efforts to make the team a suc- cess, ihstilled a spirit into the men that no opponent anywhere could down. gist 33: 35.1 Bill Manrod is a splendid coach and a potent help to any athletic organ- ,- - ization. We hope the 1924 team will reflect credit on him for the effort 1 he put forth this year. 0 5 25. SEASON'S RESULTS I . 1 . 91 u.n..,.-o ..- 1 1 ' :-0.u.!v:f:0Aa!!e Fayetteville Fayetteville Fayetteville Fayetteville Fayetteville Fayetteville Raeford ......... Smithfield Sanford ...... Hamlet ....... Dunn ....... Sanford ...... 0 0 27 6 6 19 PAGE SIXTY-NINE 3 ,y if -viii' I s -'E Q: L4 '. bl 3? Q-- Ja! , i 1' l - 4 if I if xl L. . N5 -4 I la' uf 1 S3 I 1-7+ ' 3 LL 1. N -Q ff. , ,, W , , .,, A. .- ,. mv, .args -2 '-- 'n -. '- ,.. '-4vJr'.r' -Mtn" R-' -- FW" . 'O -' -ii'5""2-Y"W"v"'T'5f'iZ9e--ii-E3U32"5?3'i3':?0b4si' -5 533s-2-75'4?f' '25:15Zoa!33aa53.m.?.229i' zqtzeseiisz-:?Q-23. -d.!4-:!:-,-'f.k:eb.-.ese-.e-.,l-:f'b.f- 'ei-xv -v . +-as-e--J - ---1 -- ' w 2 lu- ,. . vo. .5 u. 3'v'Z2.:e1 -5 "WW "4 - Lsizffff-s'.'. . . 'A-Ffa. : E i5.Q"".' T f'l'+gfa flaw? QI b 2 l92-I L a f a nu al r -" Q,g.f"1+-f--A " ' -ggi, THE TEAM 1.3.5 CAPTAIN ANDREWS gtjv pa, '.Tf'j fa' Lai. "Pud," our captain and center, was one of the best defensive men on the team. .op One of the features of his playing was his ability to break through the line and nail the runner for loss after loss. This was "Pud's" fourth season. He knows football 53491 like Walter Camp and plays it like Bill Garbisch. H35 fi" idia 52:5 GREEN fCaptain-Electj . t -fd Ri . "Big Boy," one of the few surviving members of the championship team of '21, N.: played a brand of football that any high school would be proud of. Breaking through eg, the line and downing the runner for a five-yard loss was a mere trifle in "Big Boy's" fir life, and blocking punts was his specialty. We are looking forward to having Green EJ back in uniform when the grid call is sounded in September. -J - . 'fi fi? COFFEY H "Tiny," our little 180-lb. guard, has been with us three years. During this time J , he has developed offensive and defensive tactics that are a source of consternation pu to his opponents. si , ,E EEMSBURG . ,:f.l In Remsburg, our star fullback, we possessed a Mueller, Granger, Wilson and Mallory in his ability to pass, hit the line, circle the ends and tackle. This is the end Egg of four years of brilliant playing by Remsburg for the honor of F. H. S., and we 3 sincerely hope he will some day be a credit to the college he attends. :S ' 22" Es : F" LESSEM P QE.: "Runt," playing his second year for F. H. S., showed he was a veteran that pa profitted by experience. His line plunging and hard tackling made him a feared man Q53 on both offensive and defensive. If next year he continues to show the speed and elusiveness that he has exhibited in the past, he will be a man that will bear watching. A EVANS Evans played an important role in all games this season. His good interference was responsible for many a gain. His dependable toe would always send the pigskin far back into the enemy territory when they came dangerously close to our goal. He was a good defensive man and could play almost any position on the team. :ai 5221 "-EE MACDUFFIE '? 2. '."" "Mac" was the fastest man on the varsity and a terrible line plunger. He also possesses a forty-yard toe and untold broken field ability. Much to our regret, we QQ- lose this brilliant player before he has a chance to show his full wares to the football L' no. world. '99 7551 W 823 PFI: PAGE SEVENTY I, gi!::e21a1:':'ou-g"0vrs1'.-'-f-new:sae-12:1-vu-1ew'G'r'--oss"-1':2!'s:bib-' E226ffIZ':'t:!d'i539?'Ii!fZ5NEHWEHWWWF"5'Tig 33:5902.2-Zgfg,-:.52:,!rj.:g-5233-g3.'56352g:gE52g?555-"'1S5:1,'3kb 1-gg , -Afivfsgsfl-3' "'- 4 ,mn-534955-io.-fs31.9-a-...:dz.1aza..max-.-.aA- -MW--A 1 , . .. F Ygkfu- my A,.M.,.Ly ,p, Q fy L Yu fl Q I N-, li ..f Y W3 .Ski vw-- 3 Inq WU I ,,s 'C s a 59 oo' ' 4 gn vo I sl Rl I' qu Q oy-J! H3 7 il ." , few T' , . go e.' E- :ala Ee Si? ng- -.f i ,A .J as 629 si 52332 npg. RAYN OR King- Tut, ' our tiny quarterback was known all over the state as a man to bt feared and watched He tipped the scales around 130 but in spite of this handicap he was the deadliest tackler on the squad His peculiar knack of sprlntmg under forward passes and his deadly sidesteppmg soon stamped him as an athlete of the first order SHUFORD Charlie playing his last year for F H S , showed that he came from the stock that can give and take His play at guard was more consistent than brilliant and his work for the season was very commendable BARNES This flashy little end was a regular terror to opposing speed demons when they attempted to circle his end, and a forward pass was as safe in his arms as a child in the arms of its mother SANDLIN Soap," our 171lb left tackle, was one of the finds of the season Playing his first year varsity, he held down his side of the line like a veteran When the grid call is sounded in September Soap will be one of the first to respond. ' A LEATHERWOOD 'Red,' was always on the job when the opposing team attempted to circle h' end. He knew how to 'break up the interference and, get his man, and could be depended upon to do it. KENNEDY Bill, springingi from a long line of blacksmiths, as hard as nails and s determined as Napoleon, fought his way' to the front ranks by sheer pluck and the never-say-die spirit. This is the beginning of four years of disaster to any opposing player unfortunate enough to cross his path. V WALTERS "Dude," our utility linesman, was a hard, low, tackle with a mean disposition. After being tackled by "Dude," the opposing backfield decided that "discretion was the better part of valor." and looked for a soft spot to fall. f PAGE SEVENTY-TWO ' 30 Af. s . gs 6 i.. -. .-5-5, Q 61 I 's.2 SF ' it is-3 L,- 'IG ..l A '-2 J .r fe . . s"T E1- We 5. ., aj ' .ua . . ,Q -9 aaa .Sli ,. . :Ml 51:1 a-.3 rbi ae.. ui? " l tier 'E . ll 'C 5 5,1 - .lu L" N ,Asif ?-man Q' - if .1 V . , e . Q. s'.2fq2g,, -vi f QQ b g 1924 L gl fn nl il L' as .,E:?f"1s-ae.,.,-p9..a.z..,.,..i' .53 . m,,. 1 , ., Q 3 E52 u ' 1 ' I pig' Y as I . , . u - . . SQ V . . . . . . . . . . Sf-1 .s.f- ' '2. J r-' -2 f H 'J lt: J lil -III gs. . , . . . . . '?'.1 . :bfi crQi Q 'H Q. 33: gud 31 . . ' . L: ,rg 22' .., H - 0 . 0 . . . . . . . . . E LI.. . " " 55 -.ii P31 . , iff IS .15 tg, Qs fr-2 .F L 'H L 1, rf. E1 L'l u n a :.' I .,. . , a .f - W, . . , - ,. Q V . ,g ,qc Q. H- .M A 9.-'K Q 3l.s.!5a:lQ.n!.. ' at v i Y ' - fr is X- V f-2-rar'-:' v'f"2Q?" ' 'lf' 'I-94 2-smeaiaisi YT f Q, L-A 'avi l l QE IJ c 1924 L zz f u nn u r 'l ic, -' X ' ' -. 55? eh . Q es - s, -5 ,Q v ,rf 9. . N www WW' E., g New H N ggi 5' 5 J V br X-V If 6,2 gf' ,af - y,.f.g"7iff gf A Ar N f fffiflii i f 'Q WNV frfx U fl! U 1 ffff'!"' ka I ,, rfftff ,MD jf Uma, ff ,Lf W., fihlfffll Def ggi Neff L35-gf K M 142 f'xE:4:f E222 1 ' 225, gp PERSONNEL gif: as E5 v-,. 'QL C51 V. E. SWIFT ...... ........ 0 oach E gm 'EEG EDWIN MACKETHAN ....... .... 1 ..MarLagen LQ? ?:,1 Q! . 3.9 ,Pg EMANUEL EVANS ...,.. .,,,.,,, C aptam 55: V' H: iii! , gel: 5-S E5 . ze: 4- + -1- fig F? 2:2 5955 P 3512 Forwards Centers Guards .' ut-Q4 BETHUNE EVANS LEssEM 'W af? MACDUFFIE BULLARD BEARD izfg 4: I 5751 RAYNOR SANDLIN .51-3 BELL MAULTSBY 22.4 v X SE! . 2' ' ,N PAGE SEVENTY-THREE kia ,. . V . - - ' 'Q 'Hi' is ' N' 1 " ' 'S ' A- ' ' w ' " 'i-592 -- - - . 1- . .. . . . -A .1 "I-'ef-::'f:::.f-1 Qi? h 2 1924 L ai f tl m ai r -' - ?,d5?:'1+:..:.'.:-s A ' IFA 7 X ' "A Ffa ' :tis A R B ,.,. EVIEW OF THE ASKETBALL SEASON .31 When the season opened, about fifteen men appeared in uniform. Among these were: Evans, Bethune and Lessem of last year's squad. Two weeks later, Coach. Swift's basketeers rounded into form and opened the season with the All-Stars, win- ning from them 27-15. The town boys followed hot on their heels and were defeated 48-32. The All-Stars came back for revenge, but met with the-same fate, 31-21. Our next victim was the 17th F. AL in a close game, 25-21. Bethune was the outstanding star of the game. Following these preliminary games our season proper began. EW -Lag F. H. S. vs. Lumberton: We took Lumberton into camp, 21-18 in a hotly-con- tested game featured by the brilliant shooting of Bethune and McDuffie, and the floor work and guarding of Lessem. . F. H. S. vs. 2nd F. A., Fort Bragg: 2nd F. A. snowed under, 35-19. A return game played at Fort Bragg also resulted in our favor, 34-26. F. H. S. vs. Sanford: Fayetteville started off slow, and Sanford promptly took advantage of this to pile up a lead that we were never able to overcome. The final ' score was 40-19. ' l Q12 F. H. S. vs. Raleigh: Raleigh defeated Fayettevile in a prettily played game, 35-28. Bethune and Evans were the outstanding stars for Fayetteville. '12 2275 F. H. S. vs. Fort Bragg Officers: In a game featured by beautiful pass Work and the good shooting of Bethune, Fayetteville defeated the Officers, 40-23. ' .P . as E! 1 F. H. S. vs. Wilmington: Wilmington proved too much for F. H. S. We went under to the tune of 34-7. , 'ffl ' sig F. H. S. vs. State Freshmen: A slippery floor, strange goals, and Fayettevilleis is basketball team didn't mix, therefore we were rendered helpless against the whirlwind attack of the State yearlings, and when the dust cleared away, we stood on the small end of the score of 51-16. ' , - S' Z3'i gas, F. H. S. vs. Sanford: Sanford duplicated its feat of a few weeks before, win- ning from us 44-8. The game was fast and furious, but the score indicated Sanford's ' superiority. F. H. S. vs. Jonesboro: Jonesboro won a slow game from Fayetteville by the score of 26-24. Fayetteville outplayed their opponents all the way through, but in- abil.ty to find the basket, and poor guarding caused their downfall. 5 F. H. S. vs. Y. M. C. A.: Fayetteville locked horns with the local Y. M. C. A. on their court. After a grueling forty minutes of play, the score stood 39-39. In an 4 extra five minutes, Lessem ran wild, shooting four field goals in rapid succession from gtg: mid-court. This proved too much for the Y. M. C. A. The final score was 54-45, in g.,,, favor of F. H. S. ' 52: PAGE SEVENTY-FOUR X . 'x . . 552 -.--f -f we-V yi 'it 'vb' fr ' i ' r ' ' . .., , , , g - v - . - , . .. . .. , -41 Q -' f '5-- -,-,,' ,s.-'- ' A , -" . ' Q- 1 -1' up-3.51 1' , .'. ,' 09 . .Q k537.?3Ei5"s20"' f'iiCi'57fg'v g,.5fNQ?f- Qs" ...xx 'dl'-' ' f- Dis... . ,L ,..as.. .4 .-L... Q... 4-.-Q,--1--4, Imfl fo Ifiglfl flfiu-st Rowj-b-KAYN::1:, Lmssrzm, CA1'rA1N S4-uuml Row-MCDUFI-'1E, MAULTSHY, SANULIN, Br:A1:1+. ,MCKETliAN, COACH Swuf'1'. EVANS, lirxm., BULLAIQU. Third RowYfMANAG1-11: ' " V 4 ,f .EW W me -E - W - f pigxrlgyxgi -Q .Q-'Sgr W' WR if-Q-5:- 0 423 '?f2g5fig?iQ i76V6ZVgQQ' 3? G l PAL-L 1:LvLN I Y-5 IVE if fl Q.. is E51 mfg, ...A Wg. W 2' . 5'-ti if I Y., fe. Ffa ES: E23 Cid 5252 Us Ogg 'iii 335. gil I I U O I "oi , 1. ui? 0' --I 1332 RQ: mg- 524 ali' -'oi 5339 is ' gn-'5' .3 aa It-: "io I r... Bi! f ar b 2 1924 L H f 11 m u f 1 '--U g.-Q.-N . -1 fg. F. H. S. vs. Raeford: Fayetteville took the pep out of anold rival when they ' handed Raeford a 34-17 drumming. F. H. S. vs. Hope Mills: F. H. S. defeated Hope Mills, 40-16. McDuffie and Sandlin featured with shots from difficult positions. v F. H. S. vs. Pinehurst: Fayetteville won a close and exciting game from Pine- hurst. Although we trailed them all the way through, a last minute rally put us out in front, and we won, 20-16. 4 ' F. H. S. vs. Raeford: We made it two in a row from Raeford, when we won a 35-11 victory. Raeford was buried 'under an avalanche of shots from McDuffie and Lessem. Evans also gave' a fine exhibition of floor work. F. H. S. vs. Jonesboro: Fayetteville finished a rather successful season when they defeated Jonesboro, 40-25, in a fast and snappy game. The whole team was in the spotlight. - SUMMARY F. H. S. Opponent 27 ......... Q. ......... All-Stars ......... .............. 1 5 148 .,.,.,., ....... T own Team.. '..... .. ..... ...32 ' 31 ........ ......... A ll-Stars ......... ........ 2 1 25 ,,,,,,,, ...,.,. 1 7th F. A ....... ........ 2 1 21 ,,,,,.,, ......... L umberton ......... ........ 1 8 35 ,,,,,,., ......... 2 nd F. A ........ ........ 1 9 34 ........ ......... 2 nd F. A ........ ........ 2 6 9 ........ .............. S anford ........ . ........ 40 28 ,,.,.,.. ................. R aleigh ............. ........ 3 5 40 ........ ......... F ort Bragg Officers ...... - ........ 23 7 ........ .......... W ilmington ......... ........ 3 4 16 ,,,,..., ......... S tate Freshmen ........ ........ 5 1 8 ........ .............. S anford ............ ........ 4 4 24 ..,.,,., ......... J onesboro ........ ........ 2 6 54 ........ ....... Y . M. C .A ......... ........ 4 5 34 ,,,.,,,, ....... R aeford ......... ........ 1 7 40 ,,,,.,,, ........ H ope Mills ......... ........ 1 6 20 ,.,,,,,, ......... P inehurst ........ ........ 1 6 35 .,,,,,,, ....... R aeford ......... ........ 1 1 20 ........ ....... Y . M. C .A ......... ........ 1 4 40 .,,.......,.,...................................................... Jonesboro ........ ........ 2 5 Games won, 155 games lost, 6. . PAGE SEVENTY-SIX , . ' .. ,. . - -Q r age- U :JA 'gtg-.10:-igfn'5'-F050'?j22"70"?'35'5g?!g!g'5f:O3:"3'5"3mi3?iW up 'Fel' . Qdgnaqg P- vt 'S' KV 'V 7' 5. . bl.. .u!:'2f4U:0?.!.-'o!.:l3.2's::!el E 5 sa-.g P25 l 1 is He- G. .: '-'l. 5:52 fig was :ggi 23-g U' ' . .1--: Lg, 0:25 O 'tt Hz: iogi 'aff-' can' 55 6 ibn: 1 1 fl 93:5 P O- . 55 5:- 23: :ES iii? :eil Q-,P 1:22 fl 1 5 5. 5? iz, E23 5753 -25 PFS' Q-0' fi E22 .ia 03' 154 fn? :ui 5:95 E15 SGS L u 3 ga fm php Ei? va-- GW! ,gage 'goal E2 :iii I 653- 25? PJ ai 'iff . I ig?-s . -Y :he U' O at im c 1924 L tl f tl 111 tl 1 n :bpm -1 5 fl A., f J 1 1- Q GIRLS' BASKETBALL 11 Pr . 1. 9:2 , .S Q -r ,'!,,5"-43 , 'if 9 - Fri? 19530-'..5EUh.L2::?.1-A 4' 3-1 n, ' 5 L Pj: Aww! Z' X, 'e ui! 1? 11 . of A v' ,f . 5 ?l': 251' .1' -.-'44 A1 N -I-o FJ' 571.5 5355 Q I 1,51 . 3 - 'E ff? 1 N55 Q ua. "" iff' ELIZABETH MACKETHAN 155 -A 5,1 Mascot 5:1 A . . A-in - + 1- -1- 3.52. 1 N , Personnel BILL MANROD ....... .1 ................. ....,,,, C ouch, ALLIE POWERS ............ ...,,,, C aptain. LILLIAN STRICKLAND ........ ..,,.. M anager pp P12252 f- -1- -1- -1- 1 r 'Qt n Forwards Centers Guards 715 POWERS HUTAFF BETHUNE "" 3523: STRICKLAND, S. BARNES MCEIJHANNON 1 ffgffj HAMMOND BENNETT ai?-4 4 LYON Q PERCIVAL m ' 111.51 A Mg ,Q PAGE SEVENTY-seven if . l Q V . ,l . 1 . A Q9-ii - .gag -.poggg-7 '0 'A ,F'MfRD'3--215-,,1,.'G gggp K'Q1-qfq-3 ,S2fraIFKiE,1Elffa2?3fTffffffffig., TfSi51'se1:r:"f Assam - J '- .- 1- A 2 -12 . f ' QT alum- ' M Front to Back QFirst ROW,-CAPTAIN POWERS, BENNETT, HUTAFF, BETHUNE, HAMMOND. Second Row-LYUN, S. STRICKLAND. Third Row-MANAGER L. STR1CKLANn, MCELHANNON. PAGE SEVENTV-EIGHT at h c 1924 1. a f a m a r Li nl ki, :Q o,, I- ,f za- W FI:-. r :SW S53 n in if 5252 1. 5 BTH U A I 525. gn: gs 'Pl .ga :ae i-ZW Q ,: 5 E U' 'I Sis I 5 . :4"4 iii r-33 R:- Qui 11:59 ra:- LQ O! 513 .. , THE TEAM ALLIE POWERS, Captain ' "Midget" Powers, playing her third year for F. H. S., played a game that surpassed any of previous years. A flash, a pass, and a field goal, featured the work of this dependable forward. Allie's floor ability is summed up in a remark made by one- of the best basketball players in the state. "I wish I had half the floor work Allie has." n I p 'STANLEY S'IlRICKLAND Stanley, although handicapped by a diminutive statue, possesses an uncanny eye for the basket. Coupled with this was lightning-like speed, which made her our star forward. She led the team in scoring, always caging the leather when it was most needed. 'ELZITA HAMMOND ' Although this is Elzita's first year as forward, she did not seem to be bothered by the lack of experience. Her splendid team work was largely responsible for our successful season. Every game was featured by her furious fighting spirit. She was a dependable player, who rarely ever fumbled or missed an easyishot. CHRISTINE HUTAFF Calm, cool as an iceberg, always where she ought to be, we consider Christine the most valuable player on the team. Woe to the forward whom fate decided Christine should oppose. We lose her this year, after three years of valiant service for F. H. S. RUBY MCELHANNON , Ruby came back to high school this year with her reputation as a guard firmly established. Her work this season not only came up to expectations, but also added new laurels to her ability as a player. We have yet to see-her opponent have a free easy shot at the goal. ' RUTH BETHUNE Ruth blew into high school this year with the determination to make a regular berth on the varsity. Somebody had to fill the vacancy at guard, so brilliantly played by Captain Bennett last year. Ruth not only made the position but also played the part equally as well as the former captain. Her consistent play and close guarding were a feature of many games. ' PAGE SEVENTY-NINE 1 ri K -53 W' wr- " ' 1 :af-" He:-rm 1- 'ive 'r"v' fig- 'lifza--g'1f"s':""l'i""625S""" ' ' ' 'WW WW ffsiihi'54355b?s9a4!i!3 :g::3!-Sb . M s:- , 'Z H 2224 1-"3 5'-33 hz- ii! il' U 34 Q. ik. - aff Zvi 23,1 526 328' I l 0 i I I V! ll., wv,7,,M , mv M Q.-4-. ' 1 fr" ELIZABETH BENNETT Lib IS the closest guard on the team She sticks to the opposing to evade her. She leaves us this year, much to the regret of the team and the coach J OSEPHINE LYON - forward like a leach and even the cleverest of the clever find it impossible Joe IS a clever elusive forward who can play a good defensive as well as offensive game, ,Judging from this, her first year on the team she will make an invaluable player during her remaining years in high school. ' , SEASON S RESULTS ' F H. S. Opponent .........All-Stars......... 19 17 .,,,,,,,, .......... W ilmington .......... ................ 14 28 .,,,,,., ......... T .Sanford ......... ........ . 29 .,,,,,,., .......... W ilmington ......... ......... 2 7 28 .,,.,,,, .......... R aleigh .......... ......... 2 3 ........Sm1thfield....... ......Sanford......... A ........P1nehurst........ ,,........Chapel Games Wont ....... ...... G ames LOSt ....... -..--- l lx ,. sv sgf mqp p F GE EIGHTY . :B 3 ,: Q 5, -1 L 1 if 1 " . , '71 1121'7N - f , , , fa' w: ' : "'.2'-'3,,- s.j5'1'ZRi"'f'7 Zig- '5' 'fflff E E 1 L ll f sl lu il f ' 1 69,72 L.-15..,:A,f::5l,,L,gg,f',fg::i,.eggg I up . 1' , l lg 3 as n ' . ' ' 20 ' is w Si'-.5 ' on! ., . fig: . . . 2517 cc M , M -Q'u I is 1 fig! ' 'Fume 18 10 P3 A :Ji 27 ' 18 1. ' 18 14 Q3 28 ' 40 A 26 19 18 ' 24 fb Fa? 7 3 fir if if X 1 my gg X , 4 f ,gs ' , WN fi ,, 9 0' 'iff 53 l hi -26: G3 lf' 1 -wa Q Hit A 1 Q fp. W 1 , ,Q FR , wx W.. V , vi- ..-EQ Lr b cuz '-""'L"' 'ada Jwmmk HUMOR H. 2 S 55 N, r ar W: 5 Rf 4 E 5 Hi n1 la-n.vununnz:u-Quasar.: ..x.Ja:m..uu:mam4au.x x I-Z.1E5'6'GLfr at in c 1924 L u f u m tl f w e .I kiln. ,- a, THE FLAPPER DRILL Twice a day before recess, There comes the flapper drillg Ten little maids stand in a row And fix their faces to kill. Ten pairs of hands reach for the puff, Ten pairs of cheeks grow pinkg Combs and mirrors come in use, Ten heads resume their kink. Noses are whitely powdered, Eyebrows are given an arch, The maidens are changed to flappers When Miss Kate says, "Forward March." MARIETTA REGISTER, '24. To OUR FLAPPERS Ho, here's to the artful flappers That infest our schoolg Flapping here, and flapping there, And disregarding every rule . I-Iere's to Eleanor, the blonde little sheikess, And Wilhelmina, tall but fairy And here's to Mildred, the flapperest flapper That ever flapped one here. Here's to all the jolly good flappers, And to the people the flappers have flapped, May they always continue peacefully To flap them without mishap. LAURENCE GREEN, '25, ri ., .f , - 1 , 4 :e.f"j' , , . xii RN. ' ' ,. Xb! .. la lf .1 3, X J 9 x ' - vi 5' ...- ld 1 5 PAGE EIGHTY-ONE '9 5 R ff' - -..,f q-nf . -,VY f. . - , -Q e"' . + ' '-C. -""4'1-T.-if --wal -57 . ,, ,,, ,ifggf it T T :iii 225224 PAGE EIGHTY-TWO WHAT'S WRONG WITH THIS PICTURE? - or n e 1924 L tl f tl m T1 f 'l a K " ' T" 5242 :SPF 2592 -in gig: :ev ll. -9:6 az-.5 39.14 ' Fix - 'gif N5 .135 , WHAT THEY SAY ABOUT IT '34 . . SU' ' The F1re-F1ghters: "It doesn't happen often enough." - - "a- . . . 2 2. 2, Wllhelmma and Mlldred : "Mr, MacDowell isn't in it." gf: . John: "It's a boy." -ff A :gf Salem: "Nothing. It takes two heads for za Egg body as large as mine." FF? . . . FFS.: - Edwm: "Not true to hlgh school l1fe." 522 . . . Allle and Stanley: "We're up agamst 1t." The Boys: f'De feet in sight." iii f-:' ggi Laurence: "She wouldn't let me." ' ' 'si 532 Abilene: "Pm undec1ded." Q52 all 1. 5. :Eff fog : 5: z: is-if - 'If K 1. fi.u ffl 7:22 59? r- , sq. liif 251 gf? ' - Psa: Elowrv.'mnl:l: 75 'Qt 1211 "J "- S I"-S., - fue- --'n"L'0'ev:."':' 'o- 'YPY "" .. 'i' f" 30" 07.6552 F-'AGL EIGHTY-FOUR as ,- sm. -.a ego! ng n ,, X 1 r. n -v- fjgi-fg:Qfg,,, - EZ IJ c 1924 I. an f a m u f .-- - ,gg if y MY GIRL Q6 .N 4, My girl ain't much to look at, Q. She ain't so pretty to see g -FQ ' She may be nothing to other boys, But she's Venus de Milo to me. S My .girl don't paint or powder, A lady she tries to beg ' 1 ' She may be cold to other boys, l -But she's dog-gone sweet to me. LEON MACDUFFIE, '24, 1 , -1- + -if A 0 El A ,Q gk. GIRLS ffl h I like 'em thick, I like 'em thin, . I like 'em short or tally I like 'em rough, and very toughg You see, In like 'em all. 51' I like 'em bold, I like 'em shy, 553 I like 'em full of pepg ' f I like the kind that stay at home, I f I like 'em with a rep. 3 I like the ones with soft, White hands, And eyes of indigo blueg 5:55 I like the ones with big hard hands ,523 That romp and play with me and youg I like the kind that sit and dream, Q 31 And the kind that always talkg Q But best of au, I like you, little girl, I Come on-we're going for a walk. , ' LAURENCE GREEN, '25, ' PAGE EIGHTY-FIVE s e ,,, ,, , e ,,,,,,, , - 'ff -...,. ,mf X L.'--,,ll,-,V-,gv.fe j -is. PAGE E 1GH1'Y-SIX SNAPSHUTS U1-' FACULTY 4 11163 . QE b e 1924 il. at f a m u r f1? f,I,ag,:f'w:i,?5-1 3.2 . he 'I J-'if ' . riff Eg: Q - mf 32 bfi 5:55 tri 5:1 pil 0 :5 I' --N . Ko'-Q ,n J. 553 ' if-a cgi? 'ist 3,55 E55 im R O bert Harley wg .. g-: q Kate H U ske Broadfoot 'E ' 65' Ma R garet Maclver 35, init. za -. gig! Effxe I ohnson Newton Rachel Whis 0 nant ' ' 512 lag Ro Y MacDowell 223: , an ' Jr: :ii 163 ,ol-, ' -1, a, I u Margaret MacCas K 111 631' Ethel F I sher 531 . P31 :Ev Hattxe Campbe L1 :Si ' 'H Willie L ou jordan Franc E s De Vane gig Lai . . ' X ef- ' Wxlllam Man R od "5 P:-1 ' ' . 51-' ffaf Vance S wlft :Sf U. a Q., 1-2 .1-'r iii! 7527 fs: 25 ,,.. a u WI' lfif Sli .igfv 35:3 22' p'.'2 aff: a 4: 4 rw, 5521 A 3-rf ii: sei 55: T553 '-2" 33 - :ff :fi PAM: Emnvv-givin flgi' 'QP W 'X H , gg:f--gw:-:--f- e----f.-iw-af:-f.aww.-.2-wHz-:aa-F,:-,ae-2.11-Safe :ffiqqszgns.zaqazgseaixsfgzwzesafe:-r4:,5srffQ:E:.S.522ere, .Q ,rn op. o...,, .0 , XB, , .. . ... ,. . .,, -LD-17.2:sgf.E2-:?Ars1E9p5!35Z-T:-5.213-.H ':.'PC.Sk-- 4.9 . w. 19:-E..-0 -s!'.0.-:1'-9-.I-.Oo.o-L...hi-.- .-"-4.!..a..l.... M 9.--:M-.5 .F i g. ,Q 'tl 0 PLL' 5:2 U... :fs '93 its r M' .l 1' ii C522 053 Q32 -25 LQ? 939. fire' WITH GUR BROTHER WITS George 0'Hanlon and Joe Pemberton were puzzling their brains to invent a new game At last George said eagerly I know, Joe, let's see who ca make the ugliest face " 'Aw, go on' Joe replied, Look what a start you ve go Miss Jordan "I cant find a pin Where do they all go to?" another -I- Pledge found on John Olive s paper "On my honor, I have received no aid on this quiz I don't need any Miss Kate Maria, give me the imperfect of amo Maria Ive never known anything but perf t 'I' Dr McNeill Ito Elzita having her physical exammationj ' Your heart is Weak y u exert yourself much?" Elzita ftimidlyj 'I chew gum on rare occasions Mr McDowell. 'Give the number of pa t .' Charles Stringfield: 'Singular at the top plural at the bottom. 4' Annie: 'I always take pains with my work. Kenneth: "Shake! It gives me one, too.' -1- James Coffey fturning aroundjz Cant you see anything?" Harold Bell Cpatheticallyjz Can't see a streak of the stage. James Coffey: Why then Ill tell you what to do. You 'keep your eye on me and laugh when I do. +'i"i' Mr. Harley fto student bodyb : "I can't blame you for looking at yourwatch while I'm lecturing, but I do object to your holding it to your ear to make sure it hasn't stopped." . 'lr'i"l' The editors of The Gimlet have been forced to close down their press since this appeared in a society item: "Maria Hale's popularity is evidenced by her mangy friends in this vicinity." PAGE EIGHTY-EIGHT , .A igtr ng g 4" " 'gf' I" I ' :Og inf L," y. 9-' 1 3 'of Z3-3 :QD f.-u ' -.u r' U :QQ Pig If ' 'Yu ' Zh .. ,M . as 13 532: iid mg Q:-' si sf? ,. .4 ge 3,4 Ped :iii G11 D c 192 4 L a f u an u f -i saw- -. N-I . :fi i I '23 . . 11 I g, . A 4 .ns ' u 7 tn 4- -1' -1- . i , . . I si' I - . Miss McCaskill: "It's hard to tell. They're pointed in one direction and headed in -" iii 'hi all . .. . . . .,, 'Q' 'Ir -1- :bg iii! va - 1 -- - - - ss' ' Z u s ' 1 ec .19 gh! ' Y 1 gs + + - is .ii ., 'sau . . . . . . : , . ' . 5. mg Do o . 'gg 16:1 . . . , - . ,, in 91" Z . qi' 2:22 'gi 4- + 4- 222 'Jag , Ir'-' 52: . ' ' n s me 5:55 , YI W 4 rv ' 0,-5 6' UN ' '5 41' ' .231 + -k . .ge u v :Ei u ' f. si as u J E: U , ! Ex: I :X U ',,A .-, sf if 1' 95-: ,gr ' :,,.1.W,-,- ff..- fi:--fzq,----Af ' 'if 'V' if s.as-messes: faifg, Q' ii r lil! I L Li f rl ni ii f ,f'n'NiH, sg! A , ff,T'21k, - ' . l THE BLACK CATS On the twelfth stroke of the Old Market House clock, December 31, 1922, a mysterious and fantastic order was welcomed to this dignified old city by every bell and whistle in Fayetteville. The Black Cat walked again! It had chosen for its own five of Fayetteville's fairest and had banded them together for the furtherance of the sacred principles of flapperism. Once every two weeks these favored few meet to decide the weighty questions of the hour. Should gum be chewed in class or only at recess? Should hair be curled or left at ease? Long, long hours of fierce debate followed on matters of like importance. The dusky feline assigned to each of its disciples a name in keeping with her duties. Thus the "cat's eye," "cat's paw," "cat's claw," 'Acat's ear," and "cat's whiskers," became the main subject of conversation among the under-graduates of F. H. S. In the outer world the line, "Boy, she's the 'cat's whiskers' " is nationally known and used. If the Black Cat does nothing else, her praises would echo from coast to coast for originating this description of the last word in female beauty. The exact motto and purpose of this society has been revealed only to those who have passed the outer boundary and entered the sacred order, but we hope that the problems of the next year will make it necessary to summon others to continue the good work of the Black Cats. MAIZIA IIALE, '24, 'V PAGE EIGHTY NINE Aw 1. ' 1 .QV -...-f.-- -ff -4- -V f ff -- -- -'- " K ' ' . : ' .Jw f. - 1 ,- -17--M . .. . ........................,a ..,.. W ..-,.....,. .... . dr h e 1924 il- tl fu m tl 1 - Egg?-"ls:--fFiif ,qs "1 a,--,.'1- -.1 52: ew 4 xi i . ,3 Z .gm I Q 1 Ol' si A E215 3525 GRINDS Many a homely countenance conceals an honest soul.-Stedman Bryan. fa-2 . . ' Any fool can go to bed, but It takes a man to get up.-John Olwe. 2 p -1- -1- -1- H Z: She rests her mind while she talks.-Mary MacRae. 1- -1- -1- 3 0 Men may come and men may go, but I stay on forever.-Malcolm Bethune. E , -1- -1- -1- 52. I'm possessed of all the gracesg Oh, a perfect dr-r-r-eam my face is.-Charles Shnfofrd. 2?-.Z 'ir -1 -1- The bees and I are crazy about flowers.--Rachel H ighsmith. as ee- His profession, to sleepy His ambition, to publish a newspaper.-James Coffey. Eff If silence is a sign of Wisdom, she's a dumb-bell.-Christine Hutaff. The women make a fool out of him.-Buck Rose. af" ' . .92 'Q' . ' 9 His feet are a ponderous mass of matter.-Emanuel Evans. For a backwoodsman, uncommonly intelligent.-Leonard Beard. , -1- -1- -1- ' ' - If you wish to be valuable, make yourself scarce.-Edwin MacKeihan. E . Some of us creep Into this world to eat and sleep.-Ralph Timby. -1- -1- -1 :fi My only books were women's looks, And folly's all they taught me.-Laurence Thornton. PAGE NINETY ' . ' E-f---we -s-on 1-f .- .Q---1 r.P"'v::--ai'5" ogg 'gg' '-Nth?f:V'9Ffv'3W5 Xh'T5?i'9!5'E5gi f's.3'e52:1-S' " 4fSw5:a'!s."!'-9.5311.ms-29fozt-Au9.se-usze:1e-- HIGH SCHOOL EGGS PAGE NINETY-ONE .ww-3 n'i5'?fi1L'g f C b c 1924 IL u f a nu u r qc it is, !.,, V, i ' - ws DAQ oigl -211' gnc . 2261 ' wa' 539 DELINQUENCY REPORT ff,-5 Reported Delinquency Person Reporting "3 EDWIN MAOKETHAN ............ Assuming Teachers' Authority ........ .......... M R. HARLEY MALOOLN BETHUNE ..,...... ............ 1 .Studying too Hard .............. ........ 4 ...Miss KATE E5-I JOHN OLIVE ................ ........... G eneral Ignorance .............. .1 ....... GEORGE LILLY N ' sign RALPH TIMBY ........ ...... Exceeding the Speed Limit ......... ......... M Iss CAMPBELL CHARLES Sl-IUFORD ....... .......... ruelty to Cats ............ ......... S CIENCE GIRLS 57 LOUISE TYLER ......... ..................... C ontinual Loafing .................... ......... MISS 'ETHEL JAMES COFFEY ............ Forgetting to Come by One Morning ................ LETIE GRAHAM 553 LEAH JONES AND ' E HELEN KELLY ,..,,,.,.,., .................. B eing too Solemn .....,.............. ....... M ISS WIIIISONANT R-if HELEN BARNES .,.,,,,,,. .... G etting' too Rough in Basketball ......... ............ M R. MANROD E2 MISS MACCASMLL ..,.,. ...................... F alse Alarm .................... 1 ................ MR. ANDREWS . I2 gg LAURENCE THORNTON .......... ........ B reach of Promise ....... ......... A . ILNPA. P., lltii., :pg , . ., AND . . 5' Ronny ANDREWS .,..,... ................ F or Taking My Girl ........ .......... D AN KELLY . ,. gt HENRY HUTAFF .......... ...... F or Making Eyes at "Big Six" ..... ........ E DNA BULLARD BUCK WEBB ................ ....... F or Calling me "Skinny" ..... . ,.... ....... M iss W1-IISONAN1' 1 43' ' Il LAUEENOE GREEN ......... ....... F or Not' Having a Shave .............. MARGARET UWIDDIFIELD LACY GRAHAM ........ ........ F or Caressing Me in Public ...... .......... M ILDRED COTTON 92 E'..l gi ME. MCDOWELL ......... ........ F or Flirting With Miss Ethel ...........,...... WILHELMINA Crusr SALEM MONSOUR ....... ............ F or Sitting on Me ............. ........ J OHN MCLEOD DONALD NEW ,.,,... ....... R unning Around too Much ......... E .......... MR. HARLEY MAE SEGROVES ....... ......... D isturbing the Class ........ ......... M Iss KATE JAMES COFFEY ........ ......... F or Latest Song-Hit ......... . ......,.. Miss JORDAN sv- ' !5"' FLORA MONEILL ....... ....... C ontinued Silence on Class ........ ....... M iss DEVANE LEON MODUEEIE ....... ........ M y Senior Write-Up ......... ....... M ARIA HALE sg' ,ii-' tis - "LZ B75 E252 525 PAGE NINETY-Two W 1 Q33 wg- 3 , 7 vii: 54394 SJQ :gb -.F ---.--B-.:.f-5-fon:f.1u.g,sME-Ag5'uogsr.'3mv.--fszawfg H W --,,.,-,,,. h A, , .,- , ., ??..Q::a-if5'assign-'Eai.y.Es:sEzezmaemesimz,in f-, I we iff .ow ,.., .vi 11 I in , AEZVZ-'fails ' at in e 1924 L, si f u m u c I nr ' ' D is ' EVOTION YS - -. f ,gil . - He ,put his arm around her, . He stooped and gently kissed her, He gazed into her tearful eyes, is' 5523. And told her how he'd missed her 3 . For he had been away from home, 1 ' SQ? E And dearly loved his sister. '. 1 ' I LEON MCDUFFIE, '24. " ii . , 1: -1' 4' 4' . is N1 . ' ' 0 OUR SEWING TEACHER 1 We have a sewing teacher named Fanny, Who knows in a way most uncanny, if i How we should look, And how we should cook, To catch us a nice little mannie! ,gf SOPHIE PoPE, '25. , Q -1- 4- + HE GETS THERE, Too sw- , ' rs, Manrod rides in a Henry Ford, in Harley does the same, if McDowell rides in a Kiddie-Kart, be But he gets there just the same. .sig ' E5 gg 4- 4- + WE ALL AGREE ' Just going to school everyday, I Friends, we tell you, it's not much play: 'QE Same old books, same old classes, 52:1 2:5 . rn?- Then the zeroes, they come ln massesg Q23 It makes one feel like making a plan, Qi To go on a visit to far Japan 7:-if ...il . H . ' . Where there 1S no one right straight from college, ai! To poke in your brains, unheard of knowledge. -:rg MoLL1E HARDY, '25. 91" ON Q Pao:-: NINITY-THR!! 395 -A i"' . us- ---.--v -.1--vu: -an -'M-""' - 0 'oz"'1'-wb" .fn s J an va. no 5' -I an n Q 1924 L il f il m u f ' - "'4 2.12 ONE ON YoU! has gg, First Senior: "Why is Rachel like a bee?" Second Senior: "Dunno. 'Cause she's always buzzing?" First Senior: "No. Because she sips the honey from all our favorite flowers." h f 5'-if I 4- -4- -1- .5 Marvin: "Miss Kate, I know the words, but I.just can't put this Latin together." "Q Miss Kate: "Marvin, it has never been apart," ' ' ir? ,s as ' 4 4. 4. '-' - ul Harold: "Fadder, buy mean all-day sucker." 7535 fl!! . . . . 207' 52 Father: "Vy son, vot foolishness: ven it 1S already flfe o'clock." gg: -e-1 ' rs-5 ' . iii' ' Stedman: "I shall look-for another channel for my next composition." Miss McCaski1l: "Why not try the English Channel?" A Mamie Churchill: "I get rushed to death every day." Edna: "By whom?" Mamie Churchill: "Everybody in the lunch line." ' ' :ati ,W Miss Ethel: "As long as I've been teaching Malcolm, he's never deceived me yet." Miss Kate: "That's wonderful!" ' Miss Ethel: "Yes, I can always tell when he's lying." fr-3 . . . . fail Mr. Byrd: "My son's musical education has been quite a profitable venture." Mr. Harley: "Really?" ' Mr. Byrd: "Yes, I managed to-buy the houses on either side of mine for less Eff than half their value." - v -1- 4- -1- 'I ' Simpson: "Why is your neck like the typewriter you use?" Edward: "I don't know." " Simpson:-"Because it is under wood lUnderwoodJ, you blockhead." Henry: "The doctor told me if I didn't stop smoking I would be half wittedf' Charles: "Why didn't you stop?" U 522 - , ' I F33 ' 5:3 PAGE NINETY-Foun , 35 ,QM , , W, ,W , ,.,, .,,,,,,.,., .... , I F A 1 X x I f 4 If' v A. V' - ,T Q 4. UQ Q- . . . AJ. ,A xv .tl "3 L1 ' '. , C h c 1924 L u f u m u r - 1' ff? T4 at .ii ' V lf 1 ' ' , E 5 Q O ' f gi , gm LS? A Q32 gf!! 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QE b 2 1924 iL a f a m u r "' f,g5gf""--1--'-- 'g H Our Customers of Today U - l ll 1 I . l Q," 2 Were the Boys and Girls of Yesterday E: 1 wa ' . ' gpm ll 2" L As You Grow Up Identify Yourself With -I If- ' . II H 1: FAYETTEVILLE'S GREATEST ASSET g -.' FSU. ll . ll Q U 3 3 H ' ll Q THE NATIONAL BANK Q 'P' " A. B. MQMILLAN, Pres. T. M. SHAW, vice-Preefcashier IE JW ' 1 21.4 3 R. L. HOLLAND, JR., and S. W. COOPER, JR., Asst. Cashiers -' w ' '31 J ll HAS: 53' ' Ln 53: ll . ll ' as a :ggi II ll gg A Good Place to Know About ggi: gg VELVET ICE CREAM 1: EP II U :f'- ll , . ' , jf Denn1son's Crepe Paper and Supplies Q E265 iff? M . 7-ggjg i Norris and Wlhitman Candies A U li '51 . . .' 511 gg? ll Prescrlptions Accurately Filled :u J. S. HALL DRUG co. . K PAGE ONE Huunnzo szvsn -S W" - for v--.-"fro--fvd'g'.1l """ ' "' U 'I ' '65 -isp. H' fi ,pa -,. x. ,1..l ,. 1 ' 1 r - :- A 4 1 'J ,n - GZ IJ c 1924 L u fu m u r -'x 5.3.-v -1 Ki A A . - Tooo1:::::1::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::pof::1:::b-T: lr lg McCall Patterns I Gossard Corsets 'J ' tl nr nu 55 If IP ml :I CAPITOL H EI Fayettev1lle's Largest Department Store F ll nga xt ' U 'T'-'IQ'--Tl1Q"-"lil" 'l'v VWYVIYT'-fl4u'Q'-'iii-'TY I- In V T YYY'--in IW: 0 A QI "THE LIVE STORE" "ONE PRICE" V -o'C -I ggi U 11"'1'+i"'-'ik'-"WT" -Q-"TfW.: "-Y ?Y' -I Mbdf' :IZ-? -K LT --T---'T' Lf It FAYETTEVILLE'S STYLE CENTER 11 F 11 tl- W Only 18 Hours from Famous 5th Ave. , - Dial l 4 Biz r 1: When you purchase your outfit from us, you can rest assured rf' . . . . 'T-I1 7-'f you are gettmg fresh new merchand1se. .For We are flrst wrth the latest . E U nv ga jf' ll ' ll - 123 'g:::::::p4::::::::::p4:::::::::::::::p4::::::::::1ot::::poo4::::::::! P ' 4 51 1:::po4:::::::voo4::::::::::::po4::::::ooooc:::::::::::::::::::ioo-c: G 15 5 : N nn ma ,gf gg FRESH BREAD MADE DAILY gg A aa 2 gg FAYETTEVILLE BAKERY 5: k V Wholesale and Retail L 7-if U ' U 41 MRS. MABEL P. PEARSON FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. ,1 .65 U l L 3 li II It ii" ------ -- A--------------------------AA-----:: ::::::::::::-1:22 . 5331 " """"""' """" "" """""' 7 "' 5 an -. 57:4 " lr 515 II . . " M' lb We don't wrsh you any hard luck, Semors, but when you do get married " REMEMBER US ll :api ll 51 EE E35 II EVANS FURNITURE COMPANY 1: '::::::::::::::::::::::::p.oc::i:::::pq:::::::::::::::::---::::-Q s" . , 20:5 PAGE ONE HUNDRAED EIGHT 'L A 'V we V. -. - .. .- - .. , -. f-nv - -.v --a- ' r-f " f 'E ' r 'f' X' A ' 1' 1 Fi: .asm PM 2... ,, f. AA - r . - - - A -- ' - --. . . i ' - :ze md"-2 13 - Q lj Q I 914 H f 3 in tl f x 6i??f"5'fs--...Iz.h,....-fQ.-.-erlt??E LQ- ' 15-1 " x' ,A Q z - " ---10004: ---- -9004: ---- 9000 --- ----- -v-- S VZ ' ski is .. THE BEST I EVER HEARD ll E15 gg ' f L1 iff "1 A l " Judge to defendant: "Your name, your trade, and what's the charge?" 3 Defendant: "My name is Spark, I'm an electrician, and charged with L g ll b tbe 'v 1 . H P3 513' nu a ry' X ll 9' g Judge: "Put the man in a dry cell." In: SEQ ll R ' lu Sq The most stir-ring passages ever written are found in the cook book. A gil? 1 f ll "' ' l What's.the difference between a lady and a mouse? '3 Ans.: One harms the cheese 3 the other charms the he's. ' A 'QP-. if " " 2055 f-,. in ll " The man who goes around looking for something soft can usually find T94 H . I it under his hat. U ' nr li - rv . ' H ff N. P.: "Marriage reminds me of a cafeteria at a busy hour." A TGS' if W "W. M.: "Why's that?" 'Ei N. P.: "Well, one simply grabs something that looks nice and pays for - gg . .iii rr J ,, it later on. 555 Q:-. il '23 1 fl X Always put off tonight what you will put on tomorrow. uri? II . Fw " He and his best girl were seated in a Ford one evening in a town and U '22 Q1-.ii watching the people pass. Nearby was a popcorn vendor's stand. Pres- ently the girl remarked: Q " "My! That popcorn smells good!" . "That's right," said the gallant. "I'l1 drive up a little closer so you .. . . . Q .o i can smell lt better." 9,6 Pm ll . sr -Q F23 ll . ' 'SPI lo? A . . A -'u 5 Mr. A.: "Have you heard the latest thing in men's clothes?" :1 '5 lr Mr. B.: "Yes women." i i ' 55' Clerk fin department store to wop buying powderjz "Do you want Q F' ' M v ov ft" ,, ,, U ennen s . wg LS x W ' "N wimm n's " U as 9 Q Op. 0, 8 . ll his Q' 4 Clerk Qin disgustl : "Oh, I know that, but do 'you want it scented?" ii E23 11 Wop: "No, sir: 1'11 take it with me." A V. H 13 t . gig When a man marries his stenographer, then she starts dictation. as ll l ll F 1 oefix 'Er' gin ' 25 153 355: --0 , P o H N Sai ., - .- 93, 1 1-.iv-"1-'1v:':ii'5"'Q:!JQ 1gf5'13iff11Ti?f55f5:'?i'55ze5:Z ? 53 233533 .-Osilsfk-!i:3'5"' "au!'.9i3i.9s.O-viln0Q1n9l.:kpA q'!.':-.-- . -0'-43 or "'4 A sQTWi""' ?Q,E1.' f ct sz 1924 Lflftlllllf - -, r 'ef:4r?L.2fSf-'fi--limi ,AO 'L ...rg :Q , .t 4' ,g. 2,-241-wf:4g:,,'::a'a,-.,,v 5.9" 3 4 u Q .. N 5 "- i A - Y iffy., 6. h L l I ' 1 :Sf :ZR Q-,: lass? .. .--.."!i x IV, I 4 k Ir 17 AQ-- j 3 11 FL n X iq n " If FJ II H 1- 1: N u - nu 5f8 " 5 1: 126224 11 ' lb .br Q 1 " Q5 n O ' Q' bl? " 63 U Q L M 4 1I U u -. 0 . " 38" 0 - T"""' , IC W - if gg II QQ, gg 'T- jg N li H 35, .. fu 4 Y gg gi U 1: J 1a " 99 lr U .,2. , , ,J 5 . "4 11 :: fq 1: C ' K k 'I 1: HOC S Q 5 if modern gg 1: W, eAmerican furni- E525 IP bmi R ,' . . H1-E H ture, rn 1ts ine II U - . nr QC EE correctness of des1gn and 15 'g rnasterly workmanship II :r . , U Km 5: oiiers a real opportumty to 1: everyone who has pride in the :I Q Il appearance of the home-to :I ki H everyone who knows how worth- 1: fl while are the better things of life. 1: U nf, r " if if ESTABLISHED xs7o 120-121 PERSON sr. If 4+ - ' QE 0 8 1 0 . , U U .5- :: if .- U I .' 11 Furmture House 5: g V- U H if QE FAYETTEVILLE, . North Carolina ml ' ii 1: f ::,.:::::::--:::::::::::-2::3.........,,.,...,.,,,,...,,,,,2 fo J- Ui 125 PAGE ONE HUNDRED TEN . ra A it NK. 'f x iii? e 5 0' .z -- r ,- -A , ff: V , R ' ..s.,- ..: mfs: fi f1Tf5f'1"'i .:93x?SLw02'c'5g ::Jfl?i' ' b C I L tl f H Ill tl f -" fr53f,"'15--:- -11 :xr 'x wifi- -.V is ' 11 55 Q! if 5 I CUMBERLAND SAVINGS 85 TRUST CO. ll lu Il E fa Q3 The Bank of 'Q 1: f -Security, Service and ' I' l Satisfaction EI at X fl if 'i Resources Over One Million Five Hundred . Q Thousand Dollars ll , I an . I' ' 'I if 3 gg i -1 833' . 2 gy.: FRANK H. STEDMAN, Pres. is ALBERT STEWART, Vice-Pres. 8z Cashier ' ' " " ' 323 J ' PAGE ONE Hunonsn ELEVEN PSP f ' its '-Uv 'ara-or'-ws-xxluv og' 'mvspr an ' J 'hy - 311-4 if1'I2A50,5-'i'i'QTl'oTlSQ?!1T.''2"J0?fi'q'?I'3:: Q . 5' iii Q59 5 5'o'i 33-'4 :aff B19 39:55 E227 232 5325 ing: 2531 r 'S P' fi' . 'f' . "a , . ,U .SI E23 O ? to .' Y ,n F:-95: '!'. 551: .jg aa: QP? A , '13 51 D.. 1633 me 525' .. 334 31' . ,. 398 F2223 Su" esii "' WWC? '95 0 ' ' ' " " Q i' 'F' ' ' -f..' M -J 1? ""o:q:.!ea2::'S?3E???f a ,'., .N , ue N.-,. L...-..,,,A .D Q5, h. .9 A -L, . .h 4 ,,, D.. H7 ,.-., -I -. ., .Q ey .l 5822:-if-:-1-.aettohi-ieftewza-1iv.e:2a2:?5-E-te: -:fSH'39L'.1Q: -af . Masai:--' -.:m.-21.9a!-A .-2-. .- dm-e imQ7!'?'0lgfg ' C im c 1 9 2 4 L a f u m u r 1?,g?,1f:s:',,9'gif: R ?'l1Z11:F.1::11"IZ'li "'A llZ1I11l , . 5 5' Compliments- of 5'-2 JACKSON BROS. CO. it E 5 . Orders for fzne Lum-. ber either' dressed or !.! undressed, given our ' ,Q ,. if . prompt attentzon E le xi "AS1I:fP' " 52:3 il -nn In X :C II ll II We Extend Our Best Wzshes to the Class of 1924 ' 3 .u 6 Y . ll' 5 QQ, IP g :: 425' " E Phone 895 FAYETTEV1LLE, N. C. :I PAGE ONE HUNDRED TWELVE b , I . b f I N a'-1 ' Wd " S W! - .f -wp:-,.:,,v. .1 . . -,,.-3 ,f-ggv Inv -gui ---. nz... 'gp-.ag,,L. 1 . . . ,. .Q "-15324325 T-srfgfezrf-fi fffzeszsalaz-mae:-2-:iz:e.esi.2-1-gm.....-.-- Fsiti . ht: 25,3 . T 'wt ph ary gl- , ,-, ,..., ---. .-:.- 5?5::,.:q-?6.,.:5:,3. I ri' ,o-O ll'O .us u'! af: , - J. 351 ...I :IFJ mn.: po ll eta C .C .. r 'e :Ei El .T :-..z 525' wg F50 nf! 2512 ii 1 li? Pea! Blu E33 9:1 ,Q Fsfi Si' his 5 -1 .1 fi: :via rg 3533 g Q '-rf' u,n gm 32355 i?0Q :fat ,pg cfs! . ,E :Ps , Cffo 95 eq J! .. 1 o's . .gb . o. .U . u-'- JE ES?- 2- Or, ,U C h C 1924 L tl fu Ill xl r x ,r,. N ., - 92 For High Grade Gaeoline and Oil Try Our Quick Flash Motor Fuel 5 ii I FAYETTEVILLE 0IL GAS 8: CO L QUICK FL ASH STATION A pretty good flrm 1S Watch Sz Walte And another is Attlt Early 8z Layte And st11l another IS Doo Sz Dalret But the best 1S probably Grln Sz Barrett E See Us For Everything You Need in the Y ,Hardgvare Line - Compliments of MEYER's SHOE STORE 4 l FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. HQHSE1-he T ll r ll , lv , . .0qq9qQQ Q u 'au x. I I .." - ll 0 ' ' J u .'. 1 ,. I !s' . . hi: 5 Q , . '3 39 sie, - . RQ 12 1 Q ' . 0 . ff , o 1 .Ii X. . Q ooooc :occ -:noc:::::rq::::::::v'v::::::vu:::::::::poa:::::: :::rooooo 'A'1'-"11l"ICl"'3t, A'-' 341' r2a'I'I'f'I'1CCIlZI1IIIIIIII!lI1l l ll P353 l I 'I II T- It 1:5 E: 1: i if ll H . 1,24 Il II IC f ll X S I ll , 1. ! , ll ll ll U II ll ll ll Q '1 II ll ll -, I :: l: V :: EE E. ll ll ll E. 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II RUS gg 7 gg ' SVVIN H A g .ig gg RDWARE SUPPLIES in gg U gg his ay- iq' ag A-P4 -35' .. n ' . lin. .nov 8 ,, v ,-' . ! . .-.l.0:f. jfs It 5,425 V ' ' 1+ if YJ ff:-f . , -1-. - , , , 252' 5, :N 0 'J . .1 n 0 6 4 ' FE h c 1924 L il f u ul al r 54' f?,i?f'i1s51573-'5 ' ' 'ffl' 1 -Y P25 lj 1: 8Z MOTOR CO H .Q ' 11 44, - 1' 12,1 IP Buy a: Nash 1: 1. 51 1: e A I U O 1 " 0 n ' ll iii H 51 :ff Phone 75 . Q .. Qi? " 2333 GILLESPIE STREET " ..... - -- 51 ooooooc ..... 10000:-:--:::::::3oc::::: .Pal 1 235' 5,5 FOR 11 1 MENS FURNISHINGS 11 Zig ll I1 ll 11 '2-9 1: ll 1: and 1: 2-1: ll WI 1: 11 52' 1: GOOD PRESSING EE 1 Made to Megsure suits 1: 1 Q: 1 22:2 1: 1: "Where Courtesy and 1: P5 11 1: . . ' 11 4 I' Qualxty are F1rst" fren 1: 11 27 I1 ll 1: 1: L15 1 wr 1 55 11 1: 1: 1: 1 ,E-.., 1: SEE 11 1: " '1 " f 1: 1 1: ll -ev: 1: I1 ll 11 :ff 1: MAXWELL " 1: H. R. SANDERFORD 8: 1: ggi 11 1: 1I H :E PRESSING CLUB 1: CO., INC. h 11 . 1 1: 1: . ff E PAGE ONE HUNDRED SIXTEEN gg .nge ' ' x 'V' - -- -0'-vo' 'U' O 'o""' "3" ,Pl si-'Q I Q iss inf: 5 s A63 :jg 5'7" .1232 'ifo gfil' 2574 IW , . , - 1 115' 'lil l I I H32 552 Vt! Si? I-4 P352 .I Q. BE! 255 iii :-If. Q "ea g.. . ?'2 g'.'u 524 .'A' eief 'n. I 22' fn 1 aff 555 U... nfl .-0: ,521 P" .HP 4:5 2.6 ,,. .,: -A rx: .'?lin?aEfl?'fifF-3 QE b 2 1924 L ll f tl nu al r lx ix-IV. . A Mui, . BESISELLER "THE STORY OF MY LIFE"-AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY My name is George Dunlap Lilly. I am the lad with the cold black hair, light brown eyes and Chesterfield .airg Venus would turn green with envy should she see my beautiful form, gliding across the school campus, clad in spotless white pants, which rival the flowing costumes of the Ku Klux Klan in cleanliness. I am the Sheik of Fayetteville High School. Rodolph Valentino's method of vamping the girls was copied from my very own. For this privilege, he paid me the royal sum of S10,000. Chariots of old had nothing on my red Studebaker as a means of transporting' fair damsels. In the winter, I spend my Christmas holidays at my father's palatial mansion on the banks of the St. Johns river. You know, the St. Johns is fast but it cannot be compared with my speed on the tennis courts of Palm Beach. By the way, do you know that the folly girls spend their Christmas there? O, my! Boys, don't you envy me? The only way I can keep them away from me is to black myhface and sell white mice. I am editor-in-chief of the LAFAMAC. If folks would leave me and my assistant editor of the Gimlet alone, we could, in two nights' time, edit an annual which would be more complete than the Encyclopedia Britannica. There are many more important facts about myself. If you will write me a letter enclosing SIOO, I will send you "The Story of My Life" in 99 volumes with index. Mail orders early as we have a limited supply of the 75th edition. ON SALE AT ALL BOOK STORES Published by THE GIMLET PUBLISHING COMPANY, Fayetteville, N. C. ' PAGE ONE HUNDRED SEVENTEEN g A - SA 6 55: 91-as E55 Qi? SIS fo g ?-fa 'I '. 5 i Q L 1 MEI PEE? 2185? 5122 O '.-I ss? r si S221 p-5 55 ff-: , ,.. Ts.: ag! 2:94 I 4 iii? Ngl: new O.o' se? 238 n, .gg :iii ,ful iii 5 P h f : "' 0 'O 'www' 3 -. .-. . .-f. :V 3 . 1, - -ff. ,. .-V , f-ab' 5 '. ,' --JO: "',7'f f"f"2"!?01"!.9'Y?-'S-QQ" .. ' Q - J" T33?.?se::?51lfzizrsaissaei-arkzsiiieif- 2. .Ya'.1i9.5f'f5:,2!i no, 5 7.4 I IH uf. Ill -2 D41 .. rf! EE sea 555 1.5 iw, SS if - 2-'l Egg? r-Z zibg c s-, fun gil a-'AI ng. 2-fl 523 I QQ Q,- as-f . 1 35' u 2:21 .un 4 .uc I '3 .4, !-:- 12:2 ..f! rn :tri it Qiei i1..l xii. I u O ' fo! uv! '2 45 . ., O .2 4 0 u 0 'ef .- o. "ol . ll 2-ze. IN vc uh, ,. , v If 102. u 1 n'. 6 B18- -s 1121:-'G'U5'q"0 'fi 0" n Q .sq I OO :hi I v I Il' 52 if I KEEP MOVING ll il - II - J. I. LESSEM TRANSFER CO. I 53 CAWL. lp ll l ll L '45 ,gf-1 ' U X II -aa: W 15 I II 3 ll Il ,523 II K Sand Gravel Coal ll Il ll l EE E? Il Office 214 Huske Building Phone 431 1331 H ' nu it l....4...:,:2:::::::g:::::,c:......-:,..::::::::,...:::::,.l EE T.x::Jx::9.x:,f::::::::::xxc:: li :sei I pq' jj You Should Be a Member of the :L 1: I 'i2inI.c:.fx. fi ll 1 ll , gg JOIN NOW gg ll ll Q2 11 ll 55' IL, ..,,..,,, ,A,A,AAA, , ,, ,,,..,,, ,,,,.. ,A,,, I - - ll --121- ..------ it -v---------------,.. 331 ----,, I .v--- I---kill f::pq:::roq:::::::::::::::::::::::9c:::::::::: 1: Compliments of ll ll 7 II al!! lg ED. FLEISHMAN 8: BROS. gg U Iv 23' ll ' Clothing, Furnishing and Shoes , ll ll gg 107 Hay sf. FAYETTEVILLE, N. c. X Il ll PAGE ONE HUNDRED Elm-:TEEN , I ip? 1 C112 1924 L tl f ll m ur i -Q 1, FA 'V -'51, fait .S wil, xp: 14:11 EN' an, :WV -151, fe' ' rl I ,lllk , K., uf lv ,xii .1 gc x, w 1,91 I. 4 . ,Y Y 4.. 3..1 J vc 0,3 U J I o A THE JACKSON CO., Inc. Dry Goods, Notions, Ready-To-Wear and Millinery Always the Best at Reasonable Prices A 202 Hay Street INSURANCE TH AT INSURFS CLAUDE W RANKIN APPEARANCE AND EDUCATION Education is most important in the attainment of success in lite appearance is next in importance A person making the best appearance will likely be the flrst one to secure a paying position We deal in appearances We sell clothes which gives one the appear ance which is so necessary for success Any man who will permit us to supply his clothes need not worry about his not being properly suited be it a suit or a collar shoe or hat we are prepared to fit one from top to bottom STEIN BROS PAGE ONE HUNDRED NINETEEN 1 1 IE' Qi ff 4. :SX F. I l l v, 5 5 ee, '35 I 59 Po I "s bg! 0,1 eff: 0 I "C Il I. 'Q B . gi 11 ll . 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ZEIGHAUSER GROCERY STORE II ll gfji ll , .. f , V- nr if Fancy Groceries and Delicatassen ll gl lf Phone 224 130 Person Street il I: LI1lZCtll1ltIII1111tlIIIIl1CCEZi ""- ""' 53:5 Q52 il mm-umm' 7 ll H A Sure XVay to Save Money ll II " 955 gg SEE EE ll U Q J. ZEIGHAUSER ARMY 8: NAV Y STORE fl 134 Person Street II ll mga It QUALITY PLUS SERVICE :I ll gg 32 5 THE ROYAL CAFE II ll FOR LADIES AND GENTS l 1: Phone 890 I A H ll 'fi' :I We hold the highest score for cleanest in the State ll ll E24 Illllflilttlillllllllill ls. ll ' ll We ll nr ' ff You would not let your children's education go to the bad and why let your Q cargo to the bad for the want of grease. MIKE,S PLACE II ll .lug if THE AUTOMOBILE GREASERS II Phone 1001 Maxwell st. E It ' .. ll ll A PAGE ONE HUNDRED TWENTY , X -4- r JAX "Q" if ""53'?0 'I -4-gg' "K-W?" 3.50" ': .- my , - l v -- ,rw - - -mv. V - s .3 - - -- ,. of Yrg-"" .. "Q .-'5' X ' sv- ..1'fZ' 'T 5111 'fi ' e ' .. ' 1, -'Q 'Qt' H H355 a ,afsf I ll r I 9 1 4 L a f a Ill u r - ' ,',41e. Lsxsetfmxeat ' 'g'r'- ' 2 . u ' X ' 5555 v I a s I YT s dif ' A : i fl 1 "vi 1 5 1 :Qi , v . lg' W 'Y 132. .3 N 1 ig., '32 rf., ! fm- ,. l:.1Hl i Agp' 'S . .. , , rv-av is 1 5 ' i A, . T ' Q' . 1 :U I14 I ' l 5 L. A ' ' fl lxr' . , 0 . 2 f nl J I , . l L R L tl it U The new and unusual-that sparkling reality which is V. known as the life of each school year-is caught and ' f i ji? held forever within the pages of Bureau built annuals. ,gs gf? The ability to assist in making permanent such delight- fgj ful bits of class spontaneity rests in an organization of H2 creative artists guided by some 17 years of College Annual ' I work, which experience is the knowledge of balance and L ,lj taste and the fitness of doing things well. ln the finest ' year books of American Colleges the sincerity and genu- If ineness of Bureau Engraving quality instantly impresses , , .... ,l one. They are class records that will live forever. . xg 34 ff: Kali , :QQ K BUREAU OF ENGRAVING, INC. "COLLEGE ANNUAL HEADQUARTERS" MINNEAPOLIS. MINNESOTA 'lisp - f . s'l. The practical side of Annual management, including :gi ffl! 1 advutising, selling, arganizahbn and fm-mac, is corn- ' ' 7 prcllenxivcly covered in a serie: of Editorial and p J U12 Businus Managment bool: called 'Success in Annual , Building," fiarnishcdfree todnnual Executives. Secure f 5 "Bureau" co-operation. We invite your cormpon- i E' dcncc. K fn- lfl TS Eflffl f' Ll. ax PAGEONE HUNDRED Tw:N'rv-oNE K I I ,, 'x A. .ffm "-2.7" --Q, "'fj.'g,Q:7f,f1..' ya,-15.5 , . - , -Q Q"' - . 1,5 , . c- . fi, tu, Vw.. ,l .,e.,.,R A ' t , .VN ,A ,-.-. ..1 Q11 :,,, ,.. ,nv 4, Y .ur If 1, if J L., .f :,::1f if h c 1924 L il fu m il r 235 W' , A Q A if-35 1 A 5351 EE Q iii ' - W nf- k Complete Outhtters ig 11 FOR WOMEN, MISSES, AND CHILDREN 1: . ll ll can ,gg ll FLEISI-IMAN'S BIG STORE 1: fix ll . 5 The House of Reputatlon Q3 1 1: 106-108 Hay street 1: I' 11 U ll ll '31- zf- ll A z ll v . 'A' :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::1::::::pQ 'gf ffl' T..f:::3:::,...c:::,c:,.c:::1I::::::::::,.c::::::::::::::::il rg 5552? ll Il S-3,2 Complete Outfitters Rf FOR MEN, YOUNG MEN, AND BOYS AL ll ll 3 gg B. FLEISHMAN 8: BROS. gg .55 1 , , 1 E: X "The Klng Cloth1efs" Market Square 11 12125 ll ll Qi , ll . ll " , U A-------A--A---AAAJOC-Ajtii----1 VSWR T::::::::::po4:::::::::::roc:::b? roooo4::::poo4:::::::::::::::::pT QQ ll ll ll 1: 1: H THE PERSONAL 1: A A I1 ll ll :ig- gg QQ 11 ASSURANCE OO. QQ li ll 'I ll kr: :I ll ll ll 1 RA RUGERS 85 BREECE Capital-Good Looks 113. . uv. fc: :QI U ll . ll ll ll ,Gif 133: Funeral Dlrectors 1: . S 1 B l 1: 115:-3 ,, 1, ll urp us- rams ,, 55- Embalmers 1.51: 1: A b . 1: 1: 1: ,Q ,, m ulance Serv1ce 1: ll ff R, ll ll ll ' if tl ll I: II 1: DAY OR NIGHT Il Il 1 gg EStabliBhed 1907. 1: Phone 60 1: 1: Il ll ll ll ll .JA JAMES PARSLEY, PI'eS. K! Mgr. 11 jj II J. PARSLEY, Vice-President 1: 2.1 51 " p,. gif 11 ll JIM PARSLEY, secretary ll 3325 ll f' fi. A PAGE ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-TWO' Q 5123521573 Mg ' li 'R ,ner I F11 59? 223 sl 5.-Q as 1 ,. la :JW 522: 23? 9 ? 3 '. .,.., 51: 252 29' I h. .2 5' . . lv Lg! P 512-lg-a-ef: , .3251 'Q -- Q-, - . ' - ..S.- ..: -. '1'f22ffg3, OIEQEQLOQM12 GE h c 1924 IL II f II Ill abr, - 1'- v,::ff"1S--fwfv---fs-A--F-F-1:f5Q--Ffa. ,x Rift. Af ov F 3. A f I--1 sf .. L5 The photographs in this bdok were made by :Q H THE PATON STUDIO FAYETTEVILLE, N. c. WI 312 'Hay Street U I Phone 212 H 2 41 0 I HIEIH I ,, KODAK FINISHING " E32 " ENLARGEMENTS U WALL PICTURES x STAND FRAMES E FRAMING I U I H Q . Nl II PHOTOGRAPHS - Q ' I H Q S4450 per dozen and up . I! 3 , ,, , , , , ,,,,,,,,.,........,........ PAGE ONE HUNDRED TWINTV-THREE A uf- - . ., ,. .-,..J::'f , nu . ,. , 3 1 L , , ,,,,.: , ,,,. ,-Q55 Iva, Nt...g,y5n5f-:.-5qvn:.vsg.-gr5e:S.f.gr,g,uI.rg11.7-S.,-.9-: Q I I :he l:i.. fr di b c 1924 ILT xi f u m u r W ' 11 Jyjv- 'v :tiff 5, '4 . ,. .iq .J 02 U - I: is Ha: W Sim fn 'H Sz! 553' - ," F52 If you own an automob1le , ll 35? or use av lamp' T ,ll 5255 353 Ii? 5232 gg 'F' 1l!.4 S A Il " READ THIS :gg gi' -tw 3:3 Zin ' "' E323 'II Eleven years ago we entered the gasoline and ':' ::a T adu- A w V' kerosene business with' one wagon. Today 3. ,I .Z . - g ,Q if ' f an r an 1 . . . . . 53' we have flve trucks. We bu11t up th1s busl- ' l - . O ll 23-Q: ness with Service and Quality Goods " GY! 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' Sklll, for good pr1nt1ng, 11kC a . . 399 good man, W111 11ve long to the - iff? ends of usefulness and SCFVICC. F543 , , Q55 The Observer Prlntlng House INCOIPORATID :2-g :gm Trinter: and Blank' Book Jfanujkrturerf its 55: CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA ,upl Eid 'gi' ZR? 233 593 Q' hi., s..z waz. -SX QQ" 1. - ..- 'ev -.r -nf gg -f-v-"v'v5ll9'o' '1""b ,V C ,Y 4 A -. F C' h 2 192 4 L al f u nl cl I i " 1 ix-'9w ' s' ,ir . - ,gy U , , 79. ' :I 6 'Q Compllments of Q 352 LAFAYETTE BANK 81 A TRUST CO. 1: res. f' - 1 ' iii: 'K " , H , 'r. K FAYETTEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA' .fd 'T ' A 323 fa: H , A ,gas hw H 1 .so ... ,gg tl ,. , F0 Q2 H - n :Q 'U ' ' 'S H T as I-5 nr gf A ,g J. SIMPSON SCHENCK T Il REAL ESTATE U q 5'.' " ll V? r:.' gg - Phone 43 204 -Hay St, 3 Q ,gi 1: T - :: if H . A Q :::::::boooc:::roooo1:::::::::::bQoc l Fir S? I.. U U QQ! it Il H :ws . Compliments of I :ilk , A x Q55 M. A. BETHUNE :: r 5' 'Q-35 gn: A- ' rl' - ' 5551 " PAGI ONE HUNDRED TWENYY-SIX , I 4 Z . . 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