Fayetteville High School - La Famac Yearbook (Fayetteville, NC)
- Class of 1930
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THE SENIOR CLASS ofthe FAYETTEVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
Fayetteville, North Carolina
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F. H. S.
ERE gathered here with friends so dear,
To say a last farewell
To all the happy days of sehoolg
Yet sadness in us dwells.
Many years We've been together-
The best of our lives they may beg
Carefree days of joy and laughter
Like a voyage on a sunlit sea.
To teachers who have helped us gladly,
We owe a debt that's hard to pay.
In years to come we'll miss them sadly,
We'll give them honor while we may.
In future though we're far away
From dear old Fayetteville High
We'll try to win her glory and fame
As We pass the milestones by.
And as we part we shed a tear
For the school we love so well.
To the days welve spent in F. H. S.
We bid a fond farewell.
GARRETT J ONES.
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Senior Class Oflicers
CLASS MOTTO: "Ducamus"
and Wlzife FLOXVERZ Sweet Pea
A striking brunette aa one can xer,
and very popular wc all agree.
Biology Club '28, Secretary Latin Club '28,
'29, French Club '29, '30, Dramatic Club '27,
'28, '29, '30, B. V. D. Club '27, '28, '29, Glee
Club '27, Girl Reserves '28.
A true frieml, ,-'lrholur nm! llfhletr
Too mu,r'li van? hr' :mid of Pauline.
Latin Club '27, Vice President '28, President
'29, Secretary '30, O'Henry Literary Society
'27, Athletic Club '27, '28, '29, '30, Girl Reserves
'28, Varsity Basketball '29, '30, Teachers Club
'28, Dramatic Club '28, '29, French Club '29,
'30, Class Volleyball '29, Class Soccer '28, Class
Basketball '29, Class Baseball '28, '29, How to
Study Club '28, Stedman Essay Medal '29, Class
STEVE LEE BARDEN
Handsome, will my he ix,
But he has brains ns well.
Science Club '27, Orchestra '27, '28. '29, '30,
Hi-Y Club '28, '29, '30, French Club '29, '30,
Quiet i'P,vr'r1'fd rind nxunlly right,
Slick ll, girl that everyone Iilrm.
Latin Club '26, Secretary '27, Dramatic Club
'27, '28, Girl Reserves '27, '28, French Club
'29, '30, Girls' Athletic Association '28, '29, '30,
Hockey Team '29, Class Basketball '28, '29, Class
Baseball '28, '29, Volleyball '28, '29.
AILEEN ELIZABETH BOWLES
Smart, capable and nlwnyn kind,
In fm-I, xhv just v-rm'f bv ilefinwl.
Latin Club '27, '28, French Club '29, '30,
Glee Club '29, Society Editor Junior Obsrrwr
'29, Vice President Sophomore Class '28, Girl
Reserves '28, Girls' Athletic Association '29, '30,
Manager Girls' Basketball Team '30, Varsity
Basketball '29, '30, Class Volleyball '29, Class
Soccer '28, '29, Class Baseball '28, '29.
Ulro in on artist
Anil' how A-he draws attention.
Student, Council '27, '28, Glee Club '27, '28,
Girls' Athletic Association '28, '29, Dramatic
Club '27, '28, '29, '30, Boosters' Club '27, '28,
Artists' Club '27, French Club '27, Science Club
'27, Biology Club '28, Girl Reserves '28, Class
Hockey '28, Class Basketball '27, Junior Ob-
server Staff, Hi-Lite Staff '28, Journalism Club
'28, B. V. D. Club '27, '28, '29.
FANNY DEWEESE BULLARD
Fanny is n modern girl,
No other like her in this world.
Latin Club '27, '28, French Club '20, Biology
Club, Treasurer '28, Dramatic Club '27, '28, '29,
'30, Glee Club '27, '28, Hi-Lite Staff '29, Girl
Reserves '28, B. V. D. Club '27, '28, '29,
LOUISE LAURENCE BULLARD
True worth in in being, not xeerniml,
A nd Imuixfx rnlues are renl.
Latin Club '28, Biology Club '28, Glee Club
'28, '29, Dramatic Club '28, '29, French Club
'29, Girls' Athletic Association '27, '28, '29.
TIMOTHY GILMORE BULLARD, JR.
A fnll boy wilh, n .wendy mimi,
,'l,ll'lljl3 willinu every lime.
Lumberton High School '27, Hope Mills Hizh
School '28, '29, Basketball '29, Fayetteville High
JULIA WVYATT BYNUM
She xhuiiex hard and I-'eepx her frienrix
She is Ihr type that nlu-nyx winx.
French Club '28, '29, '30, Hope Mills '27, '2S.
An athlete Izeyonrl compare,
And in her afudiex wry rare.
Latin Club '27, '28, '29, '30, President '27, '28,
Boosters' Club '27, Uke Club '27, Student Council
'27, Scholarship Medal '28, Class Volleyball '29,
Class Hockey '28, '29, Class Baseball '28, '29,
French Club '28, '29, Science Club '27, '30,
Varsity Hockey '29, Girl Reserves '28, Girls'
Athletic Association '29, '30, Secretary '29, '30,
Associate Editor Junior Observer '29, Dramatic
Club '30, Marshal '29, Class Basketball '29, '30,
Varsity Basketball '29, '30, Sponsor Baseball '29,
Best, All Round '29, '30, Most, Popular '30, Best
Girl Athlete '30, Vice President Junior Class '29,
Annual Staff '29, '30, School Editor '29, Editor-
CHARLES JOSEPH CLARKE
lleywmlulzle Charles Clarke
Always cheerful as rr lurk.
Latin Club '27, '28, French Club '29, '30,
Lawyers' Club '27, Medicine Club '27, Art Club
'27, Science Club '27, '28, '29, Boys' Glee Club
'27, '28, '29, How to Study Club '27, Dramatic
Club '27, '28, '29, '30, 0. Henry Literary Society
'27, Vice President Biology Club '28.
LILLIAN EMMA COATES
She knows xo much ln be so small,
Anrl we like her one and all.
Bay Ridge High '27, How to Study Club '28,
Science Club '27, Latin Club '28, '29, '30, French
Club '29, '30, Librarian '30.
THOMAS ARGULUS COUSAR, JR.
His is In reason why,
His is to make a reply,
Who? Tom Cuusar.
Columbia High School '27, '28, Junior Observer
Staff '29, Dramatic Club '29, '30, Basketball
Squad '29, Football '30, Monogram Club '30,
MARY HELEN CRAWFORD
Mary ix smart nnrl never loiul,
She is one of whom we are proud.
Latin Club '27, '28, Girl Reserves '28, Girls'
Glee Club '28, '29, '30, Vice President Club '30,
French Club '30, Biology Club '28, Girls' Athletic
Association '29, '3O.
ALVA SIMPSON CROMARTIE
His silver Innyue will bring him a, name
And place him high an the ladder uf fume.
Class Football '26, '27, '28, Class Baseball '26,
'27, '28, Latin Club '26, '27, Science Club '26,
'30, Debaters' Club '28, '30, Triangular Debater
'28, '30, Ye Merrie Players '28, '29, '30, A
Night in an Inn Cust '29, Bab '30, Dust of the
Road '30, Ario Di Capo '30, Cheer Leader '29,
'30, Peppiest '29, '30, Best Actor '30, Hi Litas
'28, LAFAMAC Staff '29, Business Manager LAFA-
MAC '30, Hi-Y '27, '28, '29, President '30,
President Dramatic Club '30, Football Squad '29,
Baseball Squad '29, Ministers' Club '27, Lawyers'
Club '27, Boosters' Club '27, French Club '30,
MARY ISABELLE CROOM
Her loving ways, her manner sweet,
Charm all those she chances to meet.
Girl Reserves '28, How to Study Club '28,
Athletic Association '28, '29.
VIRGINIA DAVENPORT CROYVDER
Always willing tn lend a hand,
Always willing to do what she can,
Hendersonville High School '27, Hockey Team
'28, '29, Latin Club '28, Biology Club '28,
Dramatic Club '28, '29, '30, Basketball Team
'30, Glee Club '28, '29, '30, Contest Play '28,
OLIVER C. CULBRETH
You cannot and them everywhere
Like Olicer polite and rare.
Latin Club '-27, Class Football '27, '28, '29,
French Club '29, '30, Science Club '27, '28, '29,
'30, Radio Club '27, Boys' Glee Club '27, How
to Study Club '27, Track '28.
AMANDA KINDLEY DAVIS
This pretly little girl is full of life and pep,
When one gel.-c u ease of blues go to Kinelley
Medical Club '27, '28, '29, Science Club '27,
'28, '29, President Biology Club '28, Girl Reserves
'27, Dramatic Club '29, '30, Latin Club '27, '28,
French Club '30, B. V. D. Club '27, '28, '29,
Class Basketball '28, Girls' Athletic Association
'27, '28, '29, '30.
RICHARD REED DEVANE
Joyful, likeable and always gay,
Although he rloesnft have much to say.
Secretary Freshman Class '28, Latin Club '27.
'28, Science Club '28, Hi-Y Club '28, '29, '30,
French Club '29, '30.
WILLIAM EARL DUNLOP
Small in stature, large in- mind,
Into michief all the lime.
Latin Club '27, '28, '29, '30, French Club '29,
'30, Dramatic Club '27, '28, Medicine Club '28,
Engineers' Club '28, Lawyers' Club '28, Mechan-
ics' Club '28.
V RENA CARSON DUPREE
Capable, smart true and just,
A girl any one can readily trust.
French Club '29, Secretary '30, Athletic As-
sociation '27, '28, Girl Reserves '28, Glee Club
'28, President '30, Secretary Senior Class '30,
President Latin Club '27, Secretary '28.
MARY JANE ELLIS
Sludio-un and serious, a pal good ami true.
This is our Mary through and through.
Latin Club '27, '28, President '27, Biology
Club '28, Treasurer, Girls' Athletic Association
'29, '30, Hiking Leader '29, '30, Hockey Team
'29, Class Baseball Team '28, '29, Class Volley-
ball '29, Class Soccer '28, '29, French Club '29,
'30, Girl Reserves '27, '28, Glee Club '30.
lVifh af lovable character a-nd xweel face frm,
She is a pa lfhail in true blue.
Chemistry Club '29, French Club '29, '80.
'l'l1,i.-r rery clzairmina lillle lanx
Ia popular in and out of clam.
Dramatic Club '28, '29, '30, Student Council
'28, Glee Club '28, '29, Science Club '27, '28,
'29, Latin Club '27. '28, French Club '29, '30,
Girl Reserves '28, Class Basketball '28, Hi-Lifes
Staff '29, Secretary Science Club '28, Vice
President Latin Club '27, President '28, Marshal
'29, Girls' Athletic Association '29, '30, B, V. D.
Club '28, '29, '8O.
FLORA ROBINSON HARRIS
A lady born, a lfuly lzrrrl,
Ami in adrlifirm a jim' Ierel hearl. .
Dramatic Club '27, '28, '29, '30, Vine President
'30, French Club '30, Girl Reserves '28, Latin
Club '27, '28, President '28, Hi-Liten Staff '28,
Glee Club '27, '28: State Contest Pluy '28, '29,
Most Attractive '29, Peppiest '30, IAFAIW.-to
Stall' '29, '30, Scotclunmfs Association '28, '29,
Cheer Lender '29, '30.
NANCY ELIZABETH HE RDON
A fine girl always xo nent,
A pal and friend thal'.s' hard In beat.
Latin Club '27, '28, '29, Drnmntio Club '27,
'28, Glee Club '27, '28, Athletic Association '27,
Science Club '28.
STACY MILTON HOLMES
Millnn joined 'un lair' in the game,
But hix place is .wrure in our hearts jimi Ihr
Sunnyside High School '27, '28, Latin Club
'28, '29, President Literary Society '27, '28,
Science Club '27, Latin Club '29, Science Club
OLA VANCE HUBBARD
Ola is never shirkirig,
But alwayx working.
Latin Club '27, '28, Vice President '27, French
Club '29, '30, Teachers' Club '28, Girls' Athletic
Association '28, '29, Class Volleyball '28, '29,
Class Soccer '28, '29, Class Baseball '28, '29,
Science Club '30, Glee Club '30,
DOROTHY BRUTON HURLEY
Talented and arcornyiliahcfl is she,
And some :lay will a great musician bc.
Mcbane High School '27, '28, '29, Fayetteville
High School '30, French Club '30.
EDGAR. GARRETT JONES
Our claxa mwririan is he,
Quile accomplished as one can aec.
Orchestra '27, '28, '29, '30, Student Director
nf Orchestra '29, Librarian for Orchestra '28,
All State Orchestra '28, Boys' Glee Club '27, '28,
'29, Stage Manager for Dramatic Club '28, '29,
French Club '29, '30, How to Study Club '27,
Engineering Club '27, '28, Science Club '27,
Biology Club '28, Chemistry Club '29, O. Henry
Literary Society '27, Class Musician '30.
MARY ZELEKA JONES
She pleases one, xhe pleaxcs ull,
Ami answers every needy fall.
Latin Club '27, '28, President of Literary
Society '27, Music Club '27, '28, President of
Sophomore Gloss '28, Athletics '27, '28, Secretary
of 1?-H Club '28, Dramatic Club '29, Science
Though she came to ua late,
She has made a place no one can take.
Garland High School '27, '28, '29, Science Club
'30, Varsity Basketball '3O,'Dramatic Club '30,
Athletic Association '30.
EMMA HOLLINGSWORTH LEDBETTER
Prrlly and capable ix this curly haired lass,
A ml in everything whe leafln her elamv.
Latin Club '27, '28, French Club '29, Assistant
Editor Junior Observer '29, Circulation Manager
LAFAMAU Staff '30, Marshal '29, President Fresh-
man Class '27, Hi-Lite Staff '28, Girl Reserves
Willy and peppyj all say
And popular in her charming way.
Latin Club '27, '28, Biology Club '28, Secretary
Club '28, Dramatic Club '27, '28, '29, '30, Secre-
tary-Treasurer Junior Class, Best Actress '27,
Wittiest '28, '29, Noisiest '30, Most Original '30,
LAFAMAC Staff '30, Class Prophet '30, Hi-Liles
'29, Junior Observer '29, B. V. D.'s '27, '28,
FRANCES HAYES MELVIN
Frances is an actress bright
And alwways plays her part just right.
Literary Club '27, Dramatic Club '27, '28, '29,
'30, Class Basketball '27, Cast, "Bah" "Other
Peoples Husbands", President Dramatic Club
'29, Latin Club '27, '28, '29, '30, Cast, "Why
the Chimes Rang," "Not Quite Such a Goose",
French Club '29, '30, Glee Club '28, '29, Girl
Reserves '28, Music Club '27, Best Actress '30,
Most Modern '30, Marshal '29, Junior Observer
Staff '29, LAFAMAC Staff '30, President Latin
Club '27, Secretary '28, Testator '30, Donor '30,
JOHN MCDERMOTT MONOGHAN
If fine sarcasm won't win the day
Hia quick wit will find some other way.
Latin Club '27, '28, '29, '30, Engineering Club
'27, Science Club '27, Doctors' Club '28, Biology
Club '28, Class Baseball '28, Class Football '28,
Glee Club '28, Junior Observer Staff '29, French
Club '29, '30, Student Council '30,
FREDERICK ANDREW MOTZ
From mathematical worries he -is exempt
And he regarrlx the rest with quiet contempt,
Latin Club '27, '28, '29, '30, O. Henry Liter-
ary Society '27, French Club '29, '30, Science
Club '27, '29, Engineering Club '27, Math
CHARLES ALOYSIUS MUBFINNETT
Every courteous and polite ia he,
As gentlemanly as one could wish him to be.
Latin Club '27, '28, '29, '30, President '30,
Vice President French Club '30, Secretary of
Biology Club '28, Junior Observer Staff '29,
Lawyers' Club '28, Dramatic Club '27, '28, '29,
'30, Marshal '29, Science Club '27, How to Study
Club '28, Cotillion Club '29,
JAMES OTHNEIL MCLEOD
Hin sparkling eyes, his winning smile,
Will carry him on for many a mile.
Engineer-ine Club '27, '28, Biology Club '28,
Class Baseball '28, Class Football '27, '28, French
Club '29, Science Club '27, Boys' Glee Club '28,
NEDJY DARLENE DOROTHY PATTERSON
The prettiest in our elaxx, an ar-Irexs she,
Anrl so nc day will on Brozlway be.
Uke Club '27, Music Club '27, '28, Glee Club
'27, '28, '30, Orchestra '27, '28, '29, 0. Henry
Literary Society '27, Debaters' Club '28, Dramatic
Club '28, '29, '30, French Club '30, Latin Club
'27, '28, '29, '30, Science Club '28, Lawyers'
Club '27, How to Study Club '28, Girls' Athletic
Association '29, '30, Girl Reserves '28, Basket-
ball '30, Prettiest '30, Girl with Best Line '30,
Junior Obserrer Stall' '29, Class Volleyball '29.
MARY COURTNEY PEACE
So wise, so quiet and lovable too,
Bill agrees it'.v all quite true.
Athletic Association '28, '29, Latin Club '27,
'28, French Club '29, '30, Science Club '30, Glee
Club '28, '29, '30, Librarian of Glee Club '30,
LAFAMAC Staff '30, Snapshot Editor LAFAMAC
'30, Class Volleyball '28, Student Council '30,
Most Dated Pair '3O.
FRANK ORVA PERKINS
Orva is a fine business man,
Always willing to :lo what he can.
Glee Club '26, '27, '28, Eloian Literary Society
'27. '28, Elon High School '26, '27, '28, Dramatic
Club '28, '29, '30, French Club '29, '30.
DANIEL THADDEUS PERRY, JR.
A good sport and iierjl tall, k
He has won the respect of all.
Hi-Y Club '25, '26, '29, '30, Boosters' Club
'25, Science Club '25, '26, Medical Club '26,
Latin Club '25, '26, Glee Club '26, '29, Cotillion
Club '29, Football '27, Class Football '28, '29,
Manazer Football '30, Class Basketball '25, '26,
Varsity Basketball '29, '30, Class Baseball '25,
'26, Varsity Baseball '29, '30, Captain Basket-
ball '30, Boys' Council '29, Secretary Science
Club '25, President Glee Club '29, Vice President
Senior Class '30, Boy with Best Line '30.
GEORGE WILLIAM POOLE
A steady boy with a goal in view,
And willing to work to see it fhrou-gh,
Latin Club '27, '28, '29, Science Club '27,
French Club '29, '30, Class Football '28, Me-
chanics Club '28.
JOHN CARWILE POPE, JR..
If'a the Ihinga he says and the smile he
That makes him wanted everywhere.
Latin Club '27, '28, Dramatic Club '28, '30,
Doctors' Club '27, Class Football '29, French
Club '29, '30.
VVILLIAM OLIVER PRICE
He loves his football and studies too,
And lo Mary remains staunch, and true.
Class Football '25, '27, Class Baseball '28,
Manager Intermural Baseball '28, Varsity Foot-
ball '28, '29, Secretary-Treasurer Engineering
Club '28, Science Club '27, '29, '30, President
'30, Studhnt Athletic Advisory Council '29,
Dramatic Club '30, Hi-Y Club '28, '29, '30,
Treasurer '30, Junior Observer Staff '28, Athletic
Editor Staff '30, Monogram Club '28, '29, '30,
Most Studious '29, Most Dependable '30, Most
Dated Pair '30.
A happy xmile llrafx a joy fo NN,
Anzl as nice as one can be.
Seventy-first '27, '28, F. N. S. '29, '30,
Basketball '29: Dramatic Club '29, '30, Athletic
Association '29: Science Club '30g French Club
JASPER PER RY ROWLAND
Hraimr Iie umler his charming curl.-1,
And he .sure luw a way with the girls.
Snmpter High '27, '28, '29g Fayetteville High
'30, Hi-Y '30.
MARTHA LOUISE SMITH
"Pat," as she in beller known
Hua many talents to rail her own.
Latin Club '27, '2Hg Biology Club '28, French
Club '29, '3Og Athletic Association '29, 'LIOQ Girl
WILLIAM WALLACE STHCKE R
Bill came to ua from fur away,
And we hope he'a here lu stay.
Manila High School '27, '28, '29.
HARRY BINDER STEIN
Harry is capable and willing to work,
He tacklea hiv duties and nercr ahirka.
Latin Club '27, '28, Chemistry Club '28,
Orchestra '28, '29, '30, Di-batc-rs' Club '29, '303
Triangular Debate '30g 1"x-ench Club '29, '30,
Medical Club '27.
RAYMOND OSCAR STEIN
Quile hamlxome ax one 1-an aee,
A mathematician and musician he.
LAFAMAU Staff '29, '30: Orchestra '27, '28,
'29, '30g Junior Observer Stat? '29, Latin Club
'27, '28g Advertising Manager LAFAMAU '29, '30,
Medicine Club '27, Science Club '28,
ANCEL PITTMAN TEWV
Ee manages our basketball team so well,
Ami he'.r always there to help us yell.
Latin Club '26, '27, Engineers' Club '26,
Mechanical Club '26, Science Club '26, Class
Baseball '26, '27, '28, Class Football '27, '29,
Class Basketball '26, '27, '28, Glee Club '28, '29,
Intermural League '28, Manager Varsity Basket-
ball '30, Cotillion Club '29,
JAMES WVILLIAM THOMSON
Tall ami hafnrlsome and a good actor ton,
A yoorl :sport through and through.
Winter Park High School '27, Science Club
'28, Class Football '28, '29, Class Baseball '28,
'20, Dramatic Club '29, '30, Bab Contest Play '30,
ISABEL GLOVER TI LLINGHAST
Wisdom doth. 'within her dwell,
Our lovely, charming Isabel.
Latin Club '27, '28, '29, '30, Dramatic Club
'28, '29, Glee Club '29, '30, Secretary '29, Stu'
dent Council '27, '28, Boosters' Club '27, O.
Henry Literary Society '27, French Club '29,
'30, President '30, Class Volleyball '28, '29, Class
Baseball '28, '29, Class Basketball '27, '28,
Varsity Basketball '29, '30, Captain '30, Varsity
Hockey Team '28, '29, Girls' Athletic Associa-
tion '27, '28, '29, '30, Treasurer of Class '30,
Junior Observer Staff '29, Most Dependable '30,
Annual Staff '30, Girl Reserves '28, Captain
Varsity Hockey '29,
EDITH M. 'POLAR
She little troubles orcr tomorroufs woe,
She taken' thingx as they come and 110.
Latin Club '27, '28, O. Henry Literary Society
'27, Biology Club '28, Vice President '28, How
to Study Club '28, Athletic Association '27, '28,
'29, Music Club '27.
JOE BOYKIN UNDERWOOD
Clever and ullractilre Joe,
She is always on the go.
Latin Club '27, '28, Dramatic Club '29, '30,
French Club '29, '30, Girl Reserves '28, Basket'
ball '29, Biology Club '28, President '28,
B. V. D.'s '27, '28, '29, Glee Club '27, Literary
DOROTHY HELEN YVHEELE R
A pal, a friend, a scholar ton,
Lovable, happy and always true.
Latin Club '27, '28, Glee Club '27, '28, '29.
'30, 0. Henry Literary Society '27, Dramatic
Club '27, '30, Debating Club '27, French Club
'29, '30, Athletic Association '27, '28.
THOMAS LEE WI-IITAKER
When things look dark and gloomy the while
Thomas can always make na smile.
Junction City, Kansas '27, Atlanta, Georgia
'27, Mechanics' Club '28, '29, Science Club '29,
ELLA REE WILLIAMS
A charming girl with a clever mind,
With ladylike manners so refined.
Linden High School '27, '28, '29, Fayetteville
High School '30,
EDWIN HOLT YVILLIAMSON, JR.
He leads his clunva, he leads his team,
And is simply just a scream.
Junior Observer Staff '28, '29, Student Council
'27, '28, '29, LAFAMAC Stalf '29, Orchestra '27,
'28, '29, '30, Glee Club '27, '28, '29, Secretary
Freshman Class '27, President Sophomore Class
'28, President Senior Class '30, Doctors' Club '27,
'28, Dramatic Club '27, '28, '29, '30, How to
Study Club '28, Latin Club '27, '28, French Club
'29, '30, Science Club '27, '28, '29, '30, Track '27,
Baseball '28, '29, Football '28, '29, Captain
Team '30, Basketball '29, '30, Class Football and
Basketball '27, '28, Class Baseball '27, Monogram
Club '29, '30, Hi-Y Club '27, '28, '29, '30, Pres-
ident of Junior Hi-Y Club '28, Secretary State
Eastern Hi-Y '30, Chief Marshal '29, Cotillion
Club '29, Class Clown '30, Best All Round '30,
Best Athlete '30, Most Popular Boy '30.
JAMES H. WILSON
He's a good friend well worth while,
With his quick wit and ready smile.
Hi-Y Club '27, '28, '29, How to Study Club
'28, Latin Club '27, '28, Doctors' Club '27, '28,
French Club '29, '30, Science Club '27, '28, Glee
Club '27, '28, Class Football '27, '28, '29, Varsity
, ANNA WILSON WOODHOUSE
An olfrliclive girl and good xport fix she,
.lust as John would have her be.
Latin Club '27, French Club '29, '30, Science
Club '27, '29, Vice President, Biology Club '28,
Class Basketball '27, '28, Varsity Basketball '29,
'30, Medical Club '27, '28, Girl Reserves '28,
B. V. D. Club '27, '28, '29.
The History of the Class of 1930
WE all well remember that bright September day, when we with shining faces tried
our best to look grown up, and turned our footsteps toward the High School. We
were a haDDY and enthusiastic group of a hundred and thirty-two, but as we entered
that haven of knowledge, the contemptous glances of the Sophomores and the pitying
look of the rest, dampened our ardor quite a bit.
Mr. MacNeel, the principal, called us together and gave us quite a little advice about
walking in the straight and narrow and sent us to our tasks.
We proudly chose Emma Ledbetter to lead our class and John Barlow as vice president
should the need occur. Ed. Williamson was to record our many accomplishments and
Walter Jones was given the honor of guarding our empty treasury. We did not want
to lag behind: we did not want to be the average even, so we chose "Ducamus" as our
motto and flinging forth our banners of blue and gold, we clambered past the first mile
post and sat down to rest with a sigh of relief.
Another September brought us together again, not quite so many as before, for
several had fallen by the wayside. Our footsteps were not quite so rapid this time,
but more dignified, and our glances at the new freshmen were quite scornful as had been
our predecessors. Those of us who had thought High School a machine through which
you were passed without effort, and at the end of four years given a diploma as a
matter of course, abandoned the idea and went to work. We began to think seriously
about our futures and joined clubs that would help us along our particular line of work
and started things going in full swing. We went about choosing our affairs seriously.
Ed. Williamson was to lead us for the year with Aileen Bowles as his assistant. We
thought Johnny Barlow quite capable of, both, recording our deeds and managing our
capital. We kept time with our motto with Eileen Cassidy winning the scholarship
medal and passed our second mile post a more dignified and enlightened group.
We entered into our third year to toil a cheerfulness thalt was surprising and ac-
cepted our heavier new duties as a matter of course.
Mr. Campbell had joined us as principal and affairs began running smoothly from
the start. -
We felt like birds just beginning to try their wings and we began to take an interest
in things other than books. We gave some fine players to our football and basketball
teams. We were about the same in number as the preceding year, with only three
dropping out, leaving us ninety-four.
To lead us safely through our Junior year, we chose Donald Armfield, so capable
of the task. To aid him we named Eileen Cassidy. Dorothy Melvin we asked to be our
secretary and hold our money bags. For marshals we gave Williamson as chief with
Donald Armfield, John Monaghan, Andrew Motz, Seve Barden, Emma Ledibetter, Ann
Gaster, Eileen Cassidy and Flora Harris, who served their positions well.
We gathered in some new members and lost a few of the old, but we accomplished
much, and gave the seniors a banquet that fairly turned their heads.
James McLeod our flne mathematician captured the Myrdver Math medal and another
honor was given our class.
We passed through the storm of final examination week successfully and the third
mile post loomed into view. We gave a happy shout at the final bell and rushed forth
to a summer's rest and free from worries.
Our senior year we entered with thoughtfulness with Ed. Williamson again as our
president and D. T. Perry as vice president. To Rena Dupree fell the lot of secretary
and to Isabel Tillinghast that of counting the dough. We all determined to work hard
for the goal which seemed so enticingly near.
Now we are nearing the end of our High School History, with our real History not yet
begun. we are seeing a light not far distant and we all know what it is, it is the dawn
of graduation, and we stand somewhat dazed at the wonder of it all. We see our happy
school days gliding pastg but we have not forgotten that we have a glorious future nor
have we forgotten our desire to be more than common place. So we are ready to step
forth and flaunt our banners to the sky, and each follow our motto still "Ducamus"-
LET US LEAD.
IDARTED out of the little dingy store and hurried home. I tightly grasped
the little bundle that was in my hands. When I reached home, I unwrapped
the package and placed its contents on the table. It was an old crystal that I had
bought a few minutes before.
It was a dark night. The rain was beating on the window panes. Just the night
for reminiscing. I would use this crystal to see what my classmates of by-gone days
As I -gazed into the crystal I saw a large automobile draw up in front
of a brick building, and from the car a boy and girl emerged. They went into
the building and I recognized Dorothy Patterson and Garrett J ones. The former
had become a noted singer and Garrett accompanied her.
The building and people faded away and I was taken to a gaily lighted night
club, "The Golden Goose." The hostess, Pauline Andrews, in a long black lace
dress was coming forward to meet two arrivals who happened to be Don Armfield
and his fiancee, Aileen Bowles. A sudden glare of lights blinded me for a moment,
then out into the spot light danced four girls, Edith Tolar, Mary Ellis, Dorothy
Wheeler and Isabel Croom.
Slowly the scenery of the night club vanished and I recognized Wall Street.
Glancing into the stock exchange window I saw Charles Clark excitedly watching
the ticker. Beside him was Tom Cousar who was deciding whether to end it all
or take another chance.
Then I was taken away to another scene of great interest. I saw a beautiful
river with gondolas gliding about upon it. Stepping into one were three girls
that were familiar to me and as they turned to speak to the boatman I saw Rena
Dupree, Mary Crawford and Mary Peace. The boatman was William Price.
Where there's Peace there's Price.
I gazed intently into the crystal and suddenly huge pyramids loomed in the dis-
tance. I beheld two figures flying up and down them. As they came closer I saw
James McLeod chasing Earl Dunlop because the latter had stolen one of the
former's wives. Earl and James each have a harem.
I was then taken to one of the castles and before my eyes I saw a group of
young girls with veils over their faces. In the group were Anna Woodhouse, Cleo
Brown and Edith Adams.
Then the Scenery changed and I was once again in America. Some kind of party
was in swing and uniforms were everywhere. Of course they were C. M. T. C.'s
and Margaret Rayner was their oflicial hostess.
And then will you believe me I saw La Motte King, a dignified judge, and he was
trying a case,-that of Williamson vs. Williamson. The former Ann Gaster was
suing Ed. Williamson for a divorce. Who would have thought things would go
A smart dress shop came in sight. It was owned by Flora Harris and she had
as her mannequins Joe Underwood and Fanny Bullard, the two inseparables.
Those viewing the styles were Kindley Davis, the successful author of "Getting
There" and Virginia Crowder, a very popular chorus girl in a road show. The
two girls were discussing one of their former classmates, Emma Ledbetter. lt
seemed that Emma had founded a home for Blondes, their chief aim being to
"get their men and then keep them."
Lewis Crawley, John Monoghan, Charlie McBennett and Andrew Motz were in
vaudeville taking the Marx Brothers place as the "Curley Headed Heart-breakers
Upon the scene walks John Pope the children's favorite author of animal
In the city of Chicago was Snookie Tew and D. T. Perry. They were clowning
as black face comedians and they were just as popular as Amos 'n Andy or the
Two Black Crows. '
Traveling West I hit Hollywood and starring in "High School Days," were
Elizabeth Herndon and Milton Holmes. The director was Orva Perkins, the make-
up man, Steve Barden.
In one of the added attractions Harry and Raymond Stein did a novelty act of
singing and dancing.
Right in the heart of Hollywood I found the cutest little soda fountain. Imagine
my utter surprise to find Dorothy Hurley and Frances Melvin jerking soda there.
On another lot in Hollywood, a college picture was i11 swing. James Wilson
was starred as the football hero who had just made a 75 yard dash to victory and
had found Isabel Tillinghast, the heroine, waiting for him. The cheer leaders were
James Thompson and Reed DeVane.
Next I saw Washington City and I could not help but wonder who I would see
there, I did not Wonder long before coming down the steps of the White House was
Thomas Whitaker, our president.
In the town section I saw more signs of Washington's having drawn the home
crowd. Taking letters from George Poole, a contractor, was Zelenka J ones. In the
adjoining room 'was Louise Bullard, the fastest girl typist in the world.
In the streets every one was buying extras. Eileen Cassidy had just completed
a solo flight around the world.
And now I was brought back to dear old Fayetteville. Oliver Culbreth had
just been elected mayor. A familiar building came in sight. It was F. H. S.
There I found Lillian Coates teaching Latin.
Running a hat shop in the old town was Martha Smith. Her hats were quite
Ola Hubbard had started a cafeteria and Ethel Eleischman was helping her.
But now the crystal began to dull and I could see no more. The rain was still
beating on the window and I closed my eyes, happy and at peace with the world.
Last Will and Testament
CITY or FAYETTEVILLE
COUNTY on CUMBERLAND
STATE or NORTH CAROLINA
We the seniors of Fayetteville High School, realizing that we have come to the end
of a four years journey, in which we have accumulated many worthwhile treasures, take
this means of bestowing them upon our friends and successors, Csince we can't take them
To F. H. S.-Our love and loyalty and sincere blessing.
To the Faculty-Our hopes that the coming classes will be more studious than the
present Senior Class.
To Mr. Howell-Our thanks because he's a wee bit modern.
To Mr. Campbell-We will the power to keep the students from leaving the grounds.
To the Board of 'Trustees-Our hopes that members of the coming classes won't shock
them as much as the present class did.
To the following classes we do will and bequeath the following:
To the Juniors-We leave our long talked of Senior privileges, fhope you get themj.
To the Sophomores-We will the pleasure of preparing and planning and paying for
the Junior-Senior Banquet.
To the Freshmen-The pleasure of knowing they can soon look down on somebody.
To Mr. Paton and Crawford Boyd our sincere thanks for making us look better than
we really do.
To Miss Kate-The hope that some day her class will win the latin contest.
To George and Will-Our thanks for cleaning up after us.
Certain members of the class 'being conceited enough to think they have something
distinctive to will, take this means of disposing of them:
I, Ola Hubbard, do will and bequeath my generous habit of lending to Mary Scott.
I, Tom Cousar, do will and bequeath my good looks to Bill Evans.
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I, Edwin Williamson, do will and bequeath my popularity to Logan Howell.
I, D. T. Perry do will and bequeath my ways of "standing in with the teachers" to
John Barlow., QI-Ie needs lt.J
I. Fanny Bullard, do will and bequeath, my chewing gum to Mary Wells.
We, the B. V. D.'s, do will and bequeath our naughtlness to the "Red Skirts."
IX We, Mary and Bill, do will and bequeath our power ot holding hands and getting away
with it to Earl and Catherine. '
I, Isabel Tllllnghast, do will and bequeath my knowledge to .anyone interested.
I, Dorothy Patterson, do will and bequeath my conceit to Dorothy Burger.
R I, Snookie Tew, do will and bequeath my "way with women" to Arthur Dixon.
I, Dorothy Hurley, do will and bequeath my ability to play the piano to Alma Louise
I, Flora Harris, do will and bequeath my pepplness to Kate Bailey.
I, Anne Gaster, do will and bequeath my slimness to Johnsie Maulden.
I, Cleo Brown, do will and bequeath my ability to roll my eyes to Nannie Biggs.
this to be our last will and testament.
Samoa Cmss or 1930.
Signed and sealed this twenty-seventh day ot February, we the cass of 1930, do declare
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Coached by the former Duke star pitcher, Ralph Thomas, the "Yellow Jackets" had
il successful baseball season. They Won a majority of their games. Some of their victims
were Methodist Orphanage, Laurinburg, Goldsboro and several teams from Fort Bragg.
In the Championship series they eliminated Hamlet and lost to Raeford by a close score.
Raeford won the Eastern Championship. The mainstays of the team were: Captain
Hodges, C. Riddle, E. Riddle, Clark, Moore, Perry, Sandlin, Snyder, Baggett and O'Hanlon.
ABOUT forty-five likely looking and ambitious boys responded to Coach Harmon's call
for football candidates. Among these there were eight letter men from last year's
team-Sandlin, Price, E. Riddle, and Scott, linesmen, and Captain Williamson, Kistler,
C. Riddle and Barlow, backfield men.
After a few weeks of hard practice, Coach Harmon selected a well balanced team to
match against Red Springs in the opening game. The lineup consisted of Price at center,
E. Riddle and Scott, guards, Sandlin and Turlington, tackles, Sutton and Robinson, ends
and Barlow, Williamson, C. Riddle, and Kistler in the backfield.
The result was never in doubt after the Hrst play. The "Yellow Jackets" ran through
the maroon line and gained around the ends consistantly. The work of E. Riddle and
Scott in the line and Williamson and Riddle in the backfield was outstanding through
the game, which ended in favor of the Purple and Gold.
Next we met Raeford, our old rival. The first half was scoreless, but the "Yellow
Jackets" outgained their opponents, and penalties kept them from scoring. Early in the
second half Raeford's full-back intercepted a pass and ran through a clear field for a
touchdown. They made the extra point on a pass and had a seven point lead. Our
boys fought on, nevertheless, showing a spirit that all Fayetteville should be proud of.
In the final minute of play, Barlow heaved a long pass over the goal line and the ball
fell into the waiting hands of Ben Robinson: Riddle hit the line for the extra. point and
the score stood 7 to 7.
For our third contest, Lumberton brought a hard-fighting, well-balanced club: but the
"Yellow Jackets" were not easy to conquer. This game ended 13 to 0 in favor of F. H. S.
Barlow scored both touchdowns and the entire Fayetteville line was airtight through-
out the game.
We faced, in our next battle, our first real test of the year-Raleigh High. This was
our first conference game and the "Jackets" were determined to start with a win.
The game was bitterly fought from beginning to end, but the locals outclassed the visitors
in every department of the game. Every player on the F. H. S. team played a fine game,
especially Kistler and Price. Barlow also turned in several nice runs, one for 75 yards.
Phillips, who filled Williamson's place, sideplayed some fine broken fleld running. The
score stood 19 to 6 at the end of the game. Raleigh's lone touchdown came in the last
two minutes, on a long pass.
The next week our football warriors swamped Whiteville 47 to 0. The second team
played most of the game with Phillips and Dixon leading the attack. Dixon also played
well in the Lumberton game.
On the first of November the "Yellow Jackets" played their second conference game in
Goldsboro. The first quarter showed both teams fighting on even terms. Early in the
next period a Goldsboro back broke loose for 60 yards and a touchdown. They passed
for the extra point and the score was 7 to 0 in favor of the "Quakers," In the second
half the "Jackets" began a march, with Riddle and Williamson carrying the ball, which
soon netted them a touchdown and the extra point tied the score. Goldsboro made another
seven points, in the last quarter, on passes, and the game soon ended 14 to 7 in the
Quakers favor. This was our first loss.
The next week the Wilmington "Wildcats" invaded our city, boasting a strong and
versatile team. Although our team was crippled by the sickness of Barlow and the in-
jury ot' Phillips, which kept them both from playing, our boys played a nice game.
However, Wilmington's running attack was too strong and they won 18 to 0.
We went to Durham to play our last game of the season. The "Jackets" started off
with a rush and soon were 13 points ahead. However, some of the Fayetteville boys
were hurt and Durham tied the count in the third period. In the last quarter neither
team was able to score, although both threatened. The "Yellow Jackets" were battling
their way toward another touchdown when the final whistle halted them, and it was all
over-game, season, and all. Sutton, new to the backfield, constantly threatened to
score and made one run of 55 yards. All our tackles played a skillful game, however,
Sandlin displayed most fight and aggressiveness. C. Riddle and Price, as a roving center,
backed the hard-fighting line and broke up many Durham plays. Charlie Riddle was
also an offensive star, as he scored all our 13 points-all through the center of the line,
his favorite "hole." We had a very successful seasong winning four games, tying two,
and losing two. This is the best record since 1921.
Too much praise cannot be bestowed upon Coach Harmon for the skillful coaching and
the line attitude shown by him throughout the entire year, Whether we won or lost,
he was always with usg teaching us to play the game in a hard, clean way and setting
an example of real manhood for us to follow. Our manager, D. T. Perry, deserves much
credit for his hard and painstaking work. Much of our success is due to his fine spirit.
Therefore, the "Jackets" achieved a reputation as a team that fought for the love of the
game and their school. After all, it's not whether you win or lose but it's how you play
The following boys were awarded the new eight-inch purple and gold letters. given only
for football, Price, center, E. Riddle and Scott, guards, Sandlin, Wilson and Turlington,
tackles, Robinson, Sutton and Overbeck, ends, and Capt. Williamson, C. Riddle, Kistler,
Barlow and Phillips, backs, Cousar, 11ti1ity man, and Perry, manager.
HE Misses "Yellow Jackets" of F. H. S. have had one of the most successful seasons in their history,
losing only two official games to date. The season began with a game against the Fayetteville
"Y-Ettes" in January and ended with a game against Sanford in March. The University Co-eds,
Sanford, Dunn, Clinton, Eastover, and the "Y-Ettes" have each met defeat at least once from the
Jackets. However, South River eliminated us in our first championship game. The games were all
featured by excellent door work, strong defense and clean playing.
With sportsmanship and hard play as aims the team has beenefliciently led by Isabel Tillinghast as
captain and Aileen Bowles as manager.
Due to the large squad of capable players, the line-up was never definite. As forwards: Biggs, Boone,
Bowles, Cas idy, Riddle, Tew, and Woodhouse, each had a chance to prove her "eye for the basket."
The guards: Andrews, Buckingham, Crowder, Godwin, Kilpatrick, Anne Tillinghast, Isabel Tillinghast,
Tomlinson, and Ward, never failed to put up a good fight. The entire squad remained loyal throughout
thc season, each girl striving to retain a first-string position.
Clinton .... .. 1 0 Fayetteville
Dunn .,.,,.... .. 9 Fayetteville
Eastover ..... ,. 16 Fayetteville
Clinton ....... 5 Fayetteville
Eastover ......,. .. 29 Fayetteville
Chapel Hill .. 21 Fayetteville
Roseboro ..... ., 1 5 Fayetteville
Sanford ...,....... ,. 1 8 Fayetteville
South River ,. 2 7 Fayetteville
QBASKETBALL RESUME OF 1929-19302
On December 2, 1929 a call was issued for the Yellow Jackets Team. About thirty students reported
for the first call. After the first week's practice this number was cut to fourteen men.
On December 10, 1929 the first practice game was held at Fort Bragg against the Fifth Field Artillery
team, one of the strongest teams left over from the year before. As if it were an omen of a successful
year, the Jackets came out on top of a 24 to 16 score. This game was followed with about two practice
games a week in preparation for the class "A" schedule which opened January 17, 1930.
Even though they finished on the bottom in the Class "A" League, the season as a whole will have to
be considered a success as they won 19 and lost 15 games, thereby finishing with a percentage of over
.500, the first time in several y,ears that this had been done.
In attempting to give credit to any individual members of the squad, we would like to mention Davis,
nur hopes for all-state guard. Davis not only proved to be our main cog in the defense, but also developed
into one of the best Hoor men se-en in the conference. Next in line for honorable mention probably comes
Cecil Phillips, our fighting forward, not a flashy player given, to grandstanding, but one who could always
be depended on to come through with a basket in a pinch when it was needed. He led the team in
scoring with 199 points. Captain Perry was perhaps the steadiest performer on the squad. His fighting
spirit and sterling leadership did much to make the season a success.
Credt must also be given to the second team, as they showed their calibre in every game in which
they were given a chance, with Murray Howell in the leading role. ' This man should develop into a fine
player by next year, when all men will be back except Captain Perry and 0'Hanlon.
The following men played sufficient number of minutes to earn their letters: Captain Perry, Phillips,
Davis, Sears, O'Hanlon, Howell, Mullinix, Musselwhite, Lessem, and Palmer.
The number of points scored during the season were as follows:
Phillips ..... ..... ......... ................... 1 9 9 Howell .......
Perry 179 Mullinix
Davis .,...... 109 Lessem
0'Hanlon 104 Musselwhite
Sears ........ 51 Palmer .....
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F. H. B ........ 8 Durham H. B ............... 88
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F 15 Wllaon H. S ................. 85 '
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F H S 1 South River H. S 88
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Cumberland National Bank
CAPITAL ................... 3150,000
SURPLUS AND PROFITS .... 3110,000
FRANK H. STEDMAN, President
ALBERT STEWART, Vice President and Cashier
T. EARL STEWART, Assistant Cashier
L. A. LENTZ, JR., Assistant Cashier
Dick: Hi, Hat.
Bod: Lo, Brow.
Louisa: Papa said you had more money than brains.
Iliugggh T111 t's pzrgaosdggg olnazour fatherg I'm broke.
HIGHLAND WE SELL
Wholesale and Retail
If U3 B If BUILDERS SUPPLY
me 792 AND FUEL coRP.
General C Qntractors
1001-1002 National Bank Bldg.
FAYETTEVILLE, N. C.
PINEHURST, N. C.
Everything in. Music
Sam: My Dad pull d a good one, th t made me howl
Joe: What was it?
Sam: My ear.
nookiez Isn't th astupidp ty
nookle. Why not 1 t me take y h
elen: Sorry but I 1' h
BRANCH BANKING AND TRUST COIVIPANX
FAYETTEVILLE, N, C.
SURPLUS AND PROFITS 450,000.00
YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED
CLASS OF 1930 H. R. HORNE
Druggists Slnce 1865
DYE WORKS Plml
122' Maxwell Street
q t f th h ur is "What time
Sh wa ly k p r's daughter b
t y h ld h th mers.
Sign on Ku Kluxer's office: "Will be back at twelve, out to lynch."
Reed: I just took a. bath and I never felt so good for three weeks.
Ed. F Ieishman Sz Bros.
IVIen's and Young Menas
CLOTHING, HATS AND
I07 Hay Street
H. H. H.
F O R H A R D W A R E
FAYETTEVILLE, N. C.
J. S. HALL DRUG
MAKE OUR STORE YOUR
Free Delivery Service
The House of Reputation
FAYETTEVILLE, N. C.
WOMEN'S MISSESI JUNIORS'
Ready-to-W ear Apparel
F abrics, Luggage
Said a Packard to a Ford as the Ford whizzed by, "You're a better car than I am
Hunk of tin."
Milton: I ran across an old friend of mine this morning.
Eileen: What did you do?
Milton: Took him to a. hospital.
Quinn, Miller S1 Co.
of d f'
QUALITY i Q
FAYEWEVILLE, N. C.
325 Hay SIYFCI Phone 242
D R I N K
All Kinds of Insurance E H I
CLAUDE W. RANKIN
in all Flavors
MACHINE COMPANY MACKETHAN coAL co.
Everything Worth While That
Operates With a Coin HGOOD COALH
20941 Franklin Street in Phone 122 Hillsboro Street
FAYETTEVILLE, N. C.
Mrs. John: Have you read "Excelsior?"
John: No, but we have yellow shredded wheat.
Wun: This Spitz is worth a thousand dollars.
Too: Just think of that, a little dog like that saving up so much money.
"Sells it for Lessv
FAYETTEVILLE,S LEADING DEPARTMENT STORE
Complete Outjitters for Men, Women
SHOES, CLOTHING, READY-TO-WEAR, MILLINERY
HOSIERY AND PIECE GOODS
.pri cono mswrnnnspurzatim
T H E Qin..
Ctmot DEPARTMENT STORE
126 Hay street
for Women and
"Popularity Achieved by
Q u a l ity and Servicev
"A Six in the Price Range of the Four"
The New 1930 Line Oilers:
i MANY IMPROVEMENTS
It will pay you to investigate
before you buy or trade.
M. 81 O. Chevrolet Co.
Franklin St. Fayetteville, N. C.
Emma: I hear they're starting a new campaign against Malaria.
Fanny: Good Heavens! What have the Malarians done 11ow.
er: Waiter, there is a button i
ter fone time printerbz Typogr
t h ld b mutton.
Your Own Daily Paper
It Pays to Look Well
THE ART AND
C. E. HALL, Prop.
Phone 1274 or 31
Prince Charles Hotel
STANLEY B. PR0ssER Compliments Of
Manager SANDLIN S1 co., inc
General Auto Repairing
141 Maxwell Street
Hay and Feed
Z I'll bite.
: Why is a 1 that can t hold it h d p
m. Because it t week, silly.
1 ke next Monday?
Voice over the Phone: Who is this?
Bill Price: How the heck do I know?
is a telephone not a telescope.
Menis and Boys' Store
131 Hay Street
The individual photographs
in this issue of the Lafamac
were made by
'While You're About it,
Cel a Good Picluren
J. G. PIZNNEY GU., IHC.
214 Hay Street
Fayetteville, N. C.
140-144 Gillespie St.
FAYETTEVLLE, N. C.
Dorothy P.: l've waited since six o'clock for my boy friend and it's seven-thirty now
Lillian C.: When were you to meet him?
Dorothy F.: At five o'clock.
"It's a wise cork that knows its own pop."
Two worms worked away in dead earnest. Poor Ernest.
it is made
with M ilk
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AMERICAN BAKERIES COMPANY
IT MUST BE AS REPRESENTED
IF IT COMES FROM
Royal Sanitary Market SHOP
FRESH MEATS, FISH,
II3 Gillespie St. Phone 611 '
Fayetteville, N. C.
Rose G.: My, those hot dogs smell good.
B. Rose: Like them? I'll drive a little closer.
John: Can you keep this quiet?
Anna: I'1l tell the world.
"Just another one of those thrill slayers," muttered ole Hot, as the ehaperon hove- in
Fred's Varsity Shop
vt ""Kf ,M and
Broadway fgigar Store
CMA? Sodas Smokes
Lewis Motor Co., Inc. CURB SERVICE
Fayetteville, N. C.
DUDGE BROTHERS Oakland - Pontiac
Motor Cars, T racks, Buses Sales Parts Service
and Motor Coaches DAVID B- OWEN
With a gas iianie refrigerator and modern methods, ice cream cones may be sold in
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