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

 - Class of 1931

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' 5 3 ' , ' - ' V .. J. LM QJ ' 'LQ'- ix 1 Q., 1 5 .,, ,f ' . 1,3 I. A I ,. I ?!-? 5,149 , iw. , .,1, 1 . v .v 55 -,tx fgi. ' ' 'k" .W-.'1f-7.v if .aw 'X Q wg. ig LI ' if , y ivffi 1 293 W aff, 5 T 1 E F a - v i N . 5 Foreword We, the Class of 1931, in issuing this tenth volume of THE LAFAMAC, have endeavored to portray the true likeness Mlayetteville High School and hope it may meet with the approval of the Faculty and Student Body. . 7 1 ' QLQQ. 1 .fs ., . -.f-. 'H .we .razx-1, -5 V 1 aff, 'R .rw L . I p A I ' 'an 'au ' 1mt.1f'fl.AuL J'.n.au6l l V -. sf.- , -,-1. I .il-I f."'fw1i' 85' ggm- .' : WZ.. .1 .:",-. 1' Q ,fa .3 I, -s l Dedication Weg the Class of 1931, do dedicate this, the Q tenth volumenof THE LAFAMAC to 1 OUR Menmtns AND FATHERS in deep appreciation of their efforts to help and encourage us in all our undertakings. I 43 - fr is A12 'It -u gil xi Q- .4 r , Ji 4: '4 W 'J Q1 gi ' Tk. 1 ls. it .ss .l-:.xm iv ff uv . A ,iv 11 n -4 3 . V W, Ti, L' T -5' wt Four x 4 5 , Senior Class OfHCers Cluxss Munn: "UlllI'Ili'll flllll I,vIIIlAIlI'lIu CLASS Flnwlcug I"ory1r'i-Me-Not CLASS Comix: l,111'r'v1rlf'r um! Whilf' Mrulmx' PIUXYI-Il.l. H, ,,,,l'rf'xirIw1l Jl'l.l.xx Mrzrx ,..,, Vim' l'I'l'SflIf'llff JVM: WIl.l.l.X us , .. , ,,,,,, Nl'f'l'f'flll'.U RONAI n MvNlc1l.1 ,,,,,,,, ,,,, 7 'I'f'tlSllVI'l' Vldlu Bl'l.1,,x ,,,,.,,,,.,,.. llisforiun ElAlZAlil'1'l'lI Clmxlc .,.., ,,,,7'f'slu!m' Run' B.KllAl-IX ',,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, , Pl'01lhf'f Bl1,1.1lc DON Ml-II.X'lN , , ,. .Donor nl- 3 .11 f... . JA, ' c ,. Five ix A LB E RT A LEXANIJ EK ALABASTER "fl full 111111 husky lllll is 110, H111 I11' ll4'l'!'l' .vlmliffx as he .vhoul1l, Hr is just 11,-r xmurt 11N xm11i'! run hu, .-1 ml 1'11l1I1I nlxilgf win fllllltf if hr ll'lIHlll." l"ny0ttvVilh- 'llifh S1-lmul '27, Aiulersim Crvvk S1-h1ml '28, '29, l,illiuL:t11u Srhool '30, Book Club '30, Faiyettvville llish Sc-houl '31, liaidiu Club '3l. UECI L LOCKE ALLIGOOID "Hr is juxf Il tmning buy, Anrl full of fun is 11115 llix 11wf11l look of rliflniiy ls jim! prrfpnsrf, you swf." :F1'0Tlf'll Club '30, '31, Hisi'm'y Club '31, Rudiu Club '31 qvii-P l'rvsi1lvntj, Class Buskc-tbull '31, Hi-Y '30, '31, Trairk Tc-nm '31, FLORA ELIZA B ETH A I' 1'LI'lXYIII'I'E "Flora, is 11. girl who is lciml- 111111 .s-uvwf fn all liar ,fvllaw SfflIlI'I1fN." St. George High Schiml '28, Gzwm-tt Hirzb S1-hool '29, Faym-ttilville High Sr-bool '30, '31, llrziuiaitiff Club '30, '31, .IOIIN STERLING AliMl"IEI.lJ "Quirf, IlPllPIIflflIllP, loyal ILIIII I1 fI'fl'IIII will: flu' I1lllbl'iff!'S nf ll!'llfIPIIlP1l." Sviourv Club '28, l"rom'li Club '29, Debating Club '31, Mnxt Studious '31, Iizitiu Club '29, llrzlnuitim' Club '30. '31, 'I'l'iz1m:lll:i1' livbaiv '31, Must llvpemlzlblo '31. KATE JAR VIS BAILEY "TI'IIP llrlfminpsx 1'um1fx from nlukinyl flmxu 11I11:ut you happy. ' Class Trezxsurer '28, Lzitiu Club '28, l"r'eiu-h Club '30, '31, Sem-retury '28, Vice Pr:-sidcfnt '29, Girl Reserves '28, Glee- Club '28, 'QSL '30, Viral President Glee Club '29, Jr. llrnmntir- Club '28, '2El. Prvsillvut '29. I! IIISY BAILEY "NIM flinl u'11,v Pl'PI' fair, 111111 1i1fr'vr ln'1i111l, 111111 fnngue 11t will, 111111 1114 ivus llPl'Pl' l1n11I." Ilraxmzltir' Club '28, Cliemistry Club '30, I"rf-u1'h Club '30, '31, Prophet '3l. I.l l.l.lAN l.Al"AYl'I'I"l'l'I BAKER "TI1r':'v'x Il nwrry fwililflr' in hrr r,1lw.v. ,l ml rr lrimlly Il1ll!lllfl'l' in hw' 1-oiwv, ll'hf'n, yuzlfrw 1rro11.n4l hwr gfmfll frwyfvl In .vigh Fm' hilflllll n141lf1'x f'r4'l',Il'l'H' I'1'jui1'1'." Claim liuskvtbull '28, Orc-lwstru '28, '30, '31: S4-ia-uw Club '28, History Club '31, Ulm- Club 'EP-l. S lilli LEY MORGAN HA li ll l'I'1"1' "Sim 1hink.v Ihr wnrhl ll'4I-V mrulr for fun." l"x'eu vh t -. Club '30, '31, llfilllllllll' Club '31g Gln-0 llub 313 l'lisI0l'y Club '31, Svvn-tzlry '31. "Juli u lm JOHN BARLUNV ar luwn lmlwl for llix willy l'4'm1l:'li's, 411:11 hix 11r'Ir'r:ninuIirm In xlu'1'wlI. llf'r1"x lwpiny Inf will llurv flrwrll XN4'l'l'-Y.V,' Vit- - '-sid:-nt of Class '27g SL-1-rm-ux'y :md 4 Pu t 'l'r4-aisllm-I' uf Class 'LZSZ St'l'l'6I2i.!'y uucl Trvaxsurvr of .ll'. Ili-Y '27, Varsity lfrmtbull '27, '28, '29, '30, .I G . T '22 , '25, 'Z Q Elm- Club '27, '3l9. lllllllllll Klub H J S0 1 Vim- l'l'l'hllll'!ll 'BSL NANNIIC lllCVll'I'l"l' HIGHS "Yll4".v :I m11xi4'I4ln of gn'r'n1 :'A'rm1l'n, IIN' funn' hux .vprwul ull nwfr flu' f4Ill'II." l'rn-sinh-nt of Girls' Atlxln-tic Assuviution '313 Varsity liuskvtbuli Tm-:nu '30, '31, Must Musit-ul '29, 0l'i'lu-stru '29, '30, '31, Si-vretary of Drzuuutiv Club '30, lllurslml '30, llrumutim' Club '20, '30, '31, Glu- Club '28, '29, '30, '31, Conti-st Pluv 4 . m 30, Music' tlub -PL llI'II.l'IN BISHOP flhinyl .wwfmx ln lI'1lI'l'!l har. Truublr' xhv 1lmwn'I minzlg For I'l'l'l'jl lime' :mu look ul hfr, Nlufx .vmiling all Ihr limp." Womllu-r1'y Ilizh S4-haul T283 Maury High St-lmul 'Bldg l":1y4-ttf-ville llizlx S4-lmul '30, '3lg llrauuzltir b 50 "'l till Club "il Clu 'Z . .. 3 v- . . FANNIIC Mlhlllllflll ISOONIC "NI1v"x fl zlvril, .vl1r's 11 Illll'I'lI, NI1r"x Ihr 1-upfuin of nur Iizmlrvllmll 7'v1rm." St utlou I Count-il '2H: Svin-uw Club 'ilrlg 1"l't'IlL'll Club '30, '31, Girlw' Atllletil' Asslwizxtioll '20, '30, '31: l,I'1llll2llll' Club '313 Captain Buskvtbull Team 'BL Seven Eight JAMES BRADLEY 'llanizfx is ihe quicizfsi buy ynu'1'r frci' .-rccn, Hut whaf hc says he VFNH!! Ill!'flllN." Class Football '27, Class Baseball '27, '28, Science Club '27g Biology Club '28, Engineers Club '28, How To Study Club '28, Chemistry t'lub '28, Frent-li Club '30, Class Basketball '31, BASCOM HALICY HRITT ".l ycntlenian born, Il gcnflcman larval, ,lml in ruldifion, Il fill? lvrcl hrfrlflf Mvclizinit-'s Club '28, President '28, Bi0l023' Club '29: l"r9ncl1 Club '30, '31, History Club 'SSL DAVID OLIVER BROWN t'IIix nnturzf is one of thc Iwxt, llix fellow 1'la.s'Nrrillfvs will fcll the WM." Glt-'e Club '28, '29, French Club '30, Industrial Arts tlluh '28, Science Club '29, l'lnzince-ring Club '2l0. DAISY BLUE BRYAN 'A 'Tis the xrmyx you sing And thc xmilcs you u'ea1', That 'makes the sunshine vvz1:'ywlicre." Girl Rc-serves '28, French Club '30, '31g Girls' Athletic Association '31g Latin Club '28, '29, IRENF1 BUCKINGHAM t'Ha11pJl nt work and happy at play Lllllflhlllfl and fall-'ing all Nm day." Latin Club '28. '29g Class Volley Ball '29, Varsity Hockey '293 Girls' Athletic Association '30, '31g Glue Club '31, Girl Reserves '28, Dramatic Club '28, '29, Varsity Basketball '29. '30, ltlurslml '30. VE RA BU LLA "Snbm', quicl, penxirc, flcmurp, One of those fl'lf'YIdN of avlium Hou uw .v11VP" Y Girl Reserves '28g Girls' Athletic Assoc-intioll 28, French Club '30. 'illg Treasurer '30, Vice President '31, Historian '31. f f 110 ROTHY li I.ISl'l BURGER "N1w'x ll nirr' Iifllv girl with Ifriylht Pyle.-1, lflll u'lu'II- ,Sha Iukvx llrauuutir' 3 , U A, .-ig.. . , -A -' H , naw.. 1 J.,--..' ,. .W 7 - -f'Y.,.f It -. , ,,..:. :va , , I .-1 im' :fu -2' . A ,, - I, 1 J ,, Q U., 1- -'g 4.3-.gi-f X W L. . ,4k. X fm. ,..+. ,, V., , C L+., if 1'oIn1'.v In Hllkillyl flu' prl'zw," 'L , 'L.. 'S , '2 3 Girl Rvservvs Klub '8 'fl R0 il 'Brig llmwkvy 'Fvum '21-S5 Girls' Athlvtit: Association R03 l"l'l'll1'll t'lub 305 Mznrslull 'iillg I,AI"AMAa- Stuff 'Zll. l'lMl'll,lNl-I lSUliKl4l'l"l' "NIM in flu' urlixt of HIP vlaxx, .l ml .vllull Ulm- t'lub '22-lg lit-batting: Club 'lilg llrzuuntir ln' 'until Ihr' Iaxtf' llub .llg l,.xl".ulx .IOSl'll'lI HAROLD CAMERON "7'uI:u il mxy, lrurv ymn' fun. ,lml lv! Ihr nhl 1I'nrl1I gm on." 04-va 1 lu tm X J. '28g Latin Club '29g l"rvun'li 7 .4' Stull' 'Si1. llub 'iillg History Club '31g Vim- Prmaimlm-ut 'Lfvg S1-in-in-0 l'lub '21-'43 Tl'9HNlll't3l' 'EIL MAlJl'Il,Il4INl'1 MURRAY CLARK ln ltlmu lwr ix I0 low hw, .lllll fn low hm' for1'z'0r." Lutin Club '22-4. '29: Girls' Athle-tif' Assoviution '2H, '29, uso. '31g Ulul XVILB UR ALEXANDER CLARK 1 '31l. '31: Sviencp Club '31. Glee Club '28, '29, '31g Dranmtif- 'll happy divpnuilion, lilrv ulnllurx will ofhfn timfx u pug! 1lIl'lll' img." IIARO l.ll .IAM HS VAR l'l'IN'l'l'lll If you wunf lmurx of flu' flllgf, Yr'l'r'rr1 frnwn, Ilwn ur now, ual: JHIHPN, ro Inf lfuppy mul guy, :luring all llv'lI tvll you linux" Ruud '28, '29, '30, 'lllg Ort-lwstrn 'Z.!R. '29. '30, .l '31: G-lm-0 Club '30, '2ll. . V . Q , 5, .. ,gzfxi , z.: .F :ig j ".-,g,.f1,, .L -. f 1-2.0. Judm-maui-i.1:f.: ,L-lr.: M,.,4x,..m,z4t.s,,f.,:L:E. Nine Teu IC IIIZABHTH JOAN CRANE '4Shf"x ri nivf liftle girl, B111 jim! ax l'I"'llI'i ux .vim van bv, Fur thfy any xhv 'whips rr fgffwwrilm' And kills xlpnoyrapliluf' Music Club '27, Glve Club 'BSL '30, '31. Swrv- tary '31, Athletiv Assn:-ialtirm '29, Lilflll Club '27, l3i0l0L'b' Club '29, Tl-'stzitm' '31. LEWIS MARVIN CRAWIIEY "f"lPf'l'f'IlI vhap nur' of Ihv vrouvl, .llliiwla willing In dn his sharp in anything." Musir Club '28, How To Study 1'lub '28, Q K liiolozy Club '29, 1-ic-ucv Club '28, '29, Orr-ln-strai '28, '20, Baml '31, 'I'l'ar'k '3l. U RBANA CROMARTIIC 'lin uililelv Iwynml r'0mpr1l'v, A xtuflvnt, I11Il'lljjNfl'if'7ldljl and fair." Hivkory Grove High School '28, '29. '30, lfayettvvilli- High School '31, Girls' Athletic As- sociation '31, Tumbling 'I'+-:un '31, Mainage-1' '31, Varsity Basketball '31, MARILYN f'llI.liRl4lTH ".MI1l'ff,IlIl in ynorl, Marilyn ix bright Anil zrilh flu' vlfwx slwlv ull 7'iy1hl." Ilraxnmtii- Club '28, Latin Club '29, Gle-0 Club '31. ALLENFJ DEAL "She Iuuyilix, :she talks and xingxf' Glee Club '28: History Club '31, Prvttivst Girl '29, Most, Modern Girl '31, CHRISTINE l'NlJl41RW00lJ DERBY "C'l:ri.vIinP ix popular, wr must uzlmil, Shwlv thw girl rlmf 1-vrflzinly has Ulf." Lutin Club '28, '29, Orclwxtx-za '28, '29. '30, '31, l,!'ilIHllIlC Club '3U. '31, Frvm-li 1'lub '3U. ERNEST MONROE EVANS "All ynvul mvn urr tlVIlIl4- l'ni fvvliiiyf .vfrlr." ldiizilivi-i'iiig Club 'Brig lhrunmtic Club 'BSL '34l. 313 Ol'ieln-strax '30, '3l3 Libmrizlu 'ZSU3 l'bo1uistrv L It 1 Club 'BJQ l"ontb:ill '1..l: liaiud '3lg l"l'1-urli Club 30, Til. WI l,l,lAlll JOHN EVANS "l1i.v 1-Iliff rrxwl in ri 1I'lllI1lIl-fl xnrilw: Ilix vlrlwf flwsirv In rfxl 1l1I'llfl4'." llriiuiaitif' Cl-ub '303 Si-ioiirv Club 'Brig Glue Club JH. 293 I-.mriiim-i's Club JH. ELEANOR FANN "l:'li'rwr in rr .vlruliorm girl, Hur also l'6'l'jl furinyg Nha' pnlu flu' rrfrwlarrn on llm lmvlf, .lull uflvn rvillx flirm lion1'y." lmtiu Club 'BPL 'BSN Ilruimltiv l'lub 'Bflg Glow Klub JU, .llg hard:-u Club 31. l"l.OliENl'E MAIIOARET l"l.ElHlIMAN 'l"l1u'vm-4' is :I girl llulf vrvl'j1 nm' lrrwwx, Slim' ulirv'lul.w lfwr juli! u'lif'l'wi'f'r .vllr yur.-r." Oli-11 Club 'Bri 'BSL '30, '31g D1-butiug Club 341, '3l1 'I'riuuL5ului' Di-hater '31 Q Srieuce Club BH, 'B9g l"rs-ui-li Club '30, '31g l,.xl",xM.u' '31. RUTH C, GEORGE "lx'11lh Lv gnml, .lm il rlmw .s'4'Pm, NIu".v nm' of Ihr' lim! nn lim lflllll, Uni:-lf nn Iirr fwf, nlivnyx nlrfrl, Nhv'x un ull-ruuml ylfrl, Illlll fl big flirt" Iiulviuh High S1-bool 'B8. 'B93 Oxford Hi-gh Slrlmol '30g Fuyottvville High Svlmol '31g Dramatir' Club '31g Girls' Atlilvtir- Assur-iutiou '31g Best iirl Athlvti- '31g Vursity Basketball '3lg Cliver A-uflvr '3l. EVA MAIIALA OOl"l4' "7'lirrr was nrrvi' ll minulw lliuf Era 14'n.vn'l in il," Iiruumtia- K'Iub 'B7g Girl livsvrvvs 'Brig Sm-ie-in-e Club 'BH3 Class Basketball 'BQQ Glue- Club 'Br-i, '29, 'Zlllg Girls' Athletic- Assom-iatiuu '31g Lutiu Club 'B7. 'B8g Fri-ui-h Club '29, '30, Flleveu Twelve ANNIE LOUISE HAMILTON ",lIi.s1-Ilief xp11rlvle8 from her' Very Myra" Girl Reserves '22-i, Frenvli Club '31, Cleo Club "il KENNETH SWANZY HARLEY "Happy is Kenneth, from rure hr! ix free." Sumter, S. C. '28, Orangeburg, S. C. '29, Orchestra '30, '31, Ilrainatir Club '30, '31, Hisl tory C'lub '31, Baseball '30. RODERICK EDYVIN HAYES "A smile from ll long, long wail." Latin Club '27, French Club '28, '29, Doctors Club '26, Glee Club '30, History Club '31, Hi-Y '31 MARY DAVIS HOBBS "ll'l1vn 111111 need Il friwml that ix II friend Anal a friend that 'will .stivk to the end, Go to Mary." Dramatic Club '28, Latin Club '29, Emily Post Club '31, MURRAY SHORT HOVVELL "The vombinerl qualities of gentlemen, Student 111111 Il great athlete." Class Vice Pres., Class Football, Science Club '28, Orchestra. '28. '29, Chief Marshal, Dramatir Club, Varsity Football '30, Handsomest '30, '31: Hi'Y '28, '29, '30, '31, Band '28, '29, '30, "B" Squad Basketball '29, LAFAMA41 Stan? '30, '3l: Varsity Basketball '30, '31, Monogram Club '30, '31, Class President, 'Pr:u'k, Most Popular '31, Rlfll-BECCA JACK SON "Her smile yum- II, lung, long 'Il'!l!l- All of 11.9 lure her, of vaurxe 'uw flu! An-rl, frienzlxf My yoorlnex.-rf She has more than Il few! Latin Club '28, '29, French Club '29, '30, '31, Girls' Athletic Assoriation '28, Glue Club '29, '30, '31, Junior Class Treasurer '30, Glee Club Treasurer '31, L.-xl4'AMA4' Staff '31. It A KATHRYN JENKINS "I um, buf human Im:-1' .vilenvv in rm' xninl I! Ilfll'C nnburlylv llrlxilims if I falls 'fill I faint." Latin Club '28, '29, Trvasul'vr '22-l: Girls' Atblc-time Assoviatiun '28, '29, Glue Club '28, '2fl1 Frenclx Club '30, Drnniativ Club '31, Girl Ri-- svrves '28. MILIIRHIJ l.0l'ISl'l .IICRXIGAN "I pul HN my frnlllllwx 1lull'n in Ihr' hnlfnnl uf my heart, Them .mf on lhf' lill uml xmilvulf' Sc-iomwe Club '27, '21-l, l"l'Pll1'Il Club '29, '30, Glue Club '30, 'H1. MAMMIH Sl'l'l JOHNSON "I nflrn 1'0y11':'l, my xpwvh, Hui II4'l'l'I' my xilffm'1'." llwunzitim- Club '27, '28, l"i'm-in-li Vlull '29, '2ll. WILLIAM I,AMO'I'Tl'I KING "ll'v Illllxf hnrr' ll VPIINUII for xiwprlf, lint uv nrvzl num' for .vil1'nrP." lmliu Club '28, Gln-v Club '29, Biology Club '28, Driuuativ Club '2H. '29, Sviorwv Club '28, l"i'vum-li Club '28, '29, Taixidermy Club '31, Huw to Study Club '25-l. SAl.l,Il'l MIIIIDRI-Ill KING "I'llHdl'I'1' ix u .vlgf lilflv hum, ,ln xwwl ax xhr' van Inf, ll':'Il Izflnrrfrl in fhf Nrrriinr !f'l11.v.-r, A 1-hnrminyf ffirl ix she." Srivlwn- Club '29, l"i'Q-url: Club '30. GIGOIHIIG WASHINGTON KIS'I'l.l'Ili, JR. "Thu bmi hzfurlnl buy you vivw' In'llPU', ll:-'.-1 11 yum! .vfurlwnf mul rm uihlrff' ton," Svin-lice Club '27, Varsity Foutlmll '28, '29, '30, Class Football '27, '28, Class Basketball '27, Monogram Club '27, '30, Bnsvball '30, Hi-Y 'SNL V. ,., .,., ,,,, .. Y! f 'l.v' l 'al' Tllirteeu Fourteen A XNA IIE LM A LEATHE RNVOOD "Hm11'fx fllllf fwfl, 111111 vym llulf xmilv, -'iff' Ulf' flrmlp.-rt yiffx, that lwurwz Nll1l1PIl!'N.' - 1. I Glw C lub 28, 29, '30, 'illg llmnmtil- Club ,N 'Q 'Nl ll I li ill l 'S 70 f 5 livsorvvs 28. in um 'L , li.. Q llrl LICSSI IC MA li MALLUY "l,f.vxi0 M1111 has nnllf Iwvn will: 11.1 um' 1104112 lllzwlz I8 tuna Pnnuyflz fn prow hm' ll 1Iwn'." .Quilnmn H'iL:l1 Svluool '28, '29, 'llllg l"ay1't1evill1- lnllllll Svhonl 312 Glev Club 'lllg Pre-ttivst '31, JOHNSl l'I l..xMARTl-I MAI' l1Dl N "A j 1 '1"ffml in nwrl, ix lt frizfml imIr'Prl." v flllllibll Hizll Svhool '28, '2il1 l"uy1-tts-villv Hizll S1-houl '30, '813 Bust alll-around Girl '31, .IAM ES AIIFON MAH LTSBY "Nui mn xeriou.-1,-not foo !llt!l, Juxf 11- jolly flilllllv fefllow, In hix own wmv." "VII 15lI.I.Il'l DON MFILVIN ef is ymorl, mul xhzf ix 1'lv4'pr, In ILM' lmxmm fnilvlh ll1'lAPI'.U lll'EllIlilfll' Club '28, '29, '30, '31g Frm-111-I1 Club 'lilg Class Rusk:-tlmll '28, '2Slg Claws Bawlmll '28, "HV Cluss llomn' 'lllg Bigsivst Flirt 'KL HLAIDYS MICLVIN lllrulyx ix Il shy lifflr Iusfv. liuf ix ln'lIIPll'll hy PI'VI'jlIHl!' in fluf 1'lu.v.v," Glen- Club '28: Latin Club 'lillg Dranxumtis' Club '29' Fmil' l ' Cl l "Sl 5 'ost , um JOHN WILLIAM MARK 'klnlln hun only ln'r'n lrilll us ll ,ll1'1lV', lful lu' hnx lPl'llI'1'll hin-vrlf ll lvorlllll Nflulwnf, .lml nn lmnur fn lhv I'lIlN-Y." Xlussuy llill '29, '39, l":Ayuttl'x'ill1- lligli '3l. .ll'LlAN MPITZ ".l lnrnlwl wagon lIl'l'4'l' r1llIlw4." lluuu lliull Srhool '28, '29, llmrualiv Club '39, '31, Sw-i'e-tary '31, 'Pi-nnis 'l'Q-um '30, '31, Yiw- llre-siilvut Clan '31, Hi-Y '39, '31, Presidvnt '3lZ I,Al1'.xxl,'u' Stash' '31, 'I'ri:nnzului' D4-lmtu '39, '3l1 Class lizlslu-tlizill '31, Mmmcrnni Club '31, Coutn-st l'l:iv '31 LUl'lSl'I UUOPI-Ili XIMUVKS "Tull unrl frlfr, Nhr' ix Imlifwll 1'r'1':'f1f1'lu'l'o'." llirl livsi-i'vvs '28, Latin Ululi '27, lwziiiizitim' Vlulr '39. '31, Vim' l'rvsi1l41lil- '31, l"r1'u4'll Club '39, '31, Ulm- Club '28, '29. l"liANl'l'lS MOORE "7'l1wr1' ix no wimlrmr lilo' ff'rn1li'I1f'xs." film- Club '28, '29, '39, Girls' Athloliu Assoc-ian tion '28, '29, llriunativ Club '28, '29, l4'r1-nm-li Club '39, '31, Girl lic-se-rvvs '28. RALPH Ml'LLl NIX "Nu ffllllllll' lun yrvuf, nur liluvu liarrl In fill, lful jimlx Ii'nlph llfrrv will: zz lwlrlif will." llfillllilllli Club '27, '28, '29, '39, Illnuoprraiu l'lulm '29, '39, '31, Bzlskvlbaill '29, '39, Glu- I'luli '28, llllll'Sllill '28, l"1'vm'll Club '29, Tennis 'Pwxnx "HP "Nl IIIGRMAN ll l'L'l'0N Ml'SSl'lLWHI'I'lC "llf'rmnn likruv ull kinrlx uf flllzlrfivx, lu' ix nulw hm xmurl in his xfrulirs, lull ix ll'flllI!l In fry." S4-iviivv Club '25, Class liasvbull '27. '28, Class Frmtlislll '28, Varsity liusvlmll '39, Varsity Football Blllllilifvl' '39, llrzlulatil' f'lub '26, Class Bziskvtluill '29, Varsity Bzxskc-tlmll '30, Monogram Club '30, '31, Fifteen Sixteen JOHN CLARENCE M1'ALlS'I'Eli "His linu' ix fowl'Pi', f'1'Pi'!1u'l:w'v liix 11Ir1a'1'." Latin Club '27. '28, Class l"0utball '28, Svieiu-0 Club '29, Glm' Club '28, l"l'e-ilvli Club '29, History t'lub '31, RONALD MVMILLAN M1'NElLL "l.'unul1I'x Mllflllljl ali.-:position and frivnrlly uffifrulf- lll'll'P glminfd him lllfllljl fi'iPnd.v null will varryf him far in Unix u,'urlrl." Latin Club '27, '28, Engineers Club '27, '28, Si-ie-noe Club '27, '25, Frvuc-li Club '29, '31, Radio Club '30, '31, Frenm-li Conti-st '31, Class Secretary '27, TY'82lSlll'i"l' of Class '31, ERNEST FLETCII E li XE XY E LL ",-tlzvllyx lmppfl, Il4'l'I'l' xml, 1103: Nw kinrl that iwrvr ywls mud." Mevltanical Club '28, Class Baskvtball '27, '28, '30, '31, Band '2H. '31, Taxide-nm' f'lub '31, Biulosry Club '29, Chemistry Club '29, Class Football '22-l, Orchestra '31. GEIJIJIE NIONKOE hlleddie ix full of Upep anal .vlwnn," He Irvpjvx Ihr siflelinvs lllllfllliillfl and MILI-'Pa tlmm btlrk fha' t+'n,n1." Band '31, On-lu-str'a '31, Glee Club '28, '29. '3ll. '31, Draniatim- Club '28, '29, '30, 31, Latin Club '28, '29, Cheer Leader '31, Class Clown 'Lili l"l'Pllf'll Club '30, '31, LAFAMA1' Staff '2l1. ANNIE NYHIGHT OXVEN "A l'0lllblYll'lfflIHI of bmufff and ylruvv, In the hearts of nmmf, ,She llolrlx firxt plrlvef' Latin Club '28, '29, Glve Club '30, '31, ANNIE MAE PATE "lIPr ways urn u'uy.v nf plwlxalihufmv .Vind ull hm' pufhx ur? pwl4'4'. ll'hm'4' fhis fair muillrfn gmrfh, Worry and frollble vrfuxf. Latin Club '28, '29, Frencli Club '30, '31, Glee Club '29, '30, 31. RUTH PHILLIPS "Nut nm .vnbm-, not to flaw, liuf a youd Irur' yi-rl in awry u'uy.' Girls' Atlilr-tic Assam-ization '28, '29, '30, Frenrli Club '30, How to Study Club '28, Emily Post Club '31, LENNOX EUGENE PLUMM li R "lir'nr 'ix a playful Iilllv vuxx, Alwnyx making av lot of fuss, Jllnmlay, Tiuwrlml, P1'Pl'!llIf1!l, Always Huw lorauv Io play." Drmmitia' Club '2H, '29, '30, French Club '30, Scif-nr-e Club '28, Class Football '28, Glen Club '29, '30, '31. MARY MILJDRED POLTCK "HW rnivv in low and vwewl, An e.1'vwIlr'r1t Ilziny in zu wmr411n." Cliillir-ntllu-, Ohio, C. H. S. Chorus '29, '30, F. H. S. '31, Vive President History Club '31, French Club '31. ROBERT C111 FTON P00 LE "Clifton may he mnnll of .vfaf11r1', buf my! wha! II hifi IlP11rf." Latin Club '28, '29, Mevhnnim-'s Club '28, l"rs-nvli Club '30, History Club '31, EOLI N FLOR E NVE P0 RTE R "Tn know hm' ix In Farr' hw, Folllrl wrll be uuilli uf Eolinf' Give- Club '28, '29, '30, '31, Girls' Aflilvtic As- soi-izition '28, Druniutic Club '27, Fl'Q'lll'l1 Club '3U. CLAUDIC XVllARTUN RANKIN, Ju. "f'Iul1da lrwrx In IIl'll'll0, H0 lnrm- if mnrv fllllll pdf, If Ihrrr is nu one pine In nruuzf with, Hill argue with lzimNPI,f." Hi-Y '29, '30, '31, S1-L-i'0mry '31, Vice Pnesident of Class '30, Football Squad '29, '30, Class Basketball '31, Taxidermy Club '31, President '31, LAFAMAC Staff '31. 1 I Seventeen l Eighteen l-1S'1'l'll,l,l4I Rlllllllli "1'1IIl'f'fllI nrfrwr lrfll Wllllf .elm may Nlljl, For lrrfr vym nwrvr yfira lmr llmuylzlx uu'a1l." Glue Club '28. '29, llrzuuzitii' Club '28, '29, liuskvtlmll '30, Biululy Club '28, WILLIAM .IICICHY SCOTT "Qrli1m mul wilznv rlml ylvnflf smiI1'N." Huw Io Study Club '27, Biology Club '28, Ulzxss Bzlskvtbzlll '27. '28, '30, '2S1. Uaptzlin 'Iil1 Class lizlselmll '27, 28, Varsity l"ootlmll '29, 230. 31, lllolmgrzuu Club '29, '30, '31, Se-ci'ctau'y :xml Tn-zisiirm' '31, Tzixillsrnxy Club '31, 3:l2lllil.f01' Base-bzlll Tl'2lIl1 '30, lilllllllili l1Ol'lSl'1 Kll1lJ1.I'I ".fl Iwi!! lzffarf, ll1ll'll,'lA' zrixlfingf to flu rifflfl, And to Im frivnflx with, erwrylm1ly,' Girls' Athlm-tim' Asmcizltion '2H. '29, 'Wig Ur.:- lllilfli' Club '28, l"re'iu'li Club '30, limily Powl Club '31. MAllGAli1+l'l' RUB lfl SON "ln xnul nim'vr4f, ln uvfinn fuilhjul, In honor 1-leur." Latin Club '2e4. '29, Glu- Club '28, Drunmtil- Club '29. BEN LACY ROSE "If arylrlmfnf will ye! gnu IllI!llI'lll'l'6', Ifl'Vl uuyflzf fo be riyfht ffH'l't'." Latin Club '28, '29, 1'!'l'Sldil'lll, l"'!'t'lll'll Club '30, Gln-1-' Club '29, llllmaltws Club '30, '31, Triangulalr' Dvbzltc-'r '30, '31, Class Basketball '30, '31, Hi-Y '28, '29, '30, '31, Se-1'i'0tary '30. IIOSCOFZ E. SANDLI N "All flu' girl.-r hr' l'llllIIl'l'N to mrwl, Huw flufir' huuls unrl full al hix fwf, Who is tha-if my mmf, as Inf mrzrl-lim pusf, Wliy lhrlfs Ifumvw Samllin, Ihr xll,i4'I.' of Ihr' 1'lusX." Fonlliull '28, '29, '30, Baseball '30, Class Font- ball '27, Class Baseball '28, '29, Class Basket- ball '27, '28, llifY '29, '30, MOI1Kl,2'l'iI1ll Club '28, '29, '30. RACHKI1 BRYAN SMITH "Thr 1:-411'l1l looks lzriylztvr from l1fl1i111l ll x111ilr'." Lung.: Hill High Svlmol '28, l"uyf-ttt-'villv Hifli Q4-lmol '20 "SO "l1' Biolo V Club 'WJ' lirlw' . ., . . . , gg ... , l , Athln-tiv Asssu-lution '29, Drznmitiv Clul1 '29, Clone Club '1l0. DAISY STRICKLANIJ ".llu'rmy.v lu1lyl1lIl!l, 'llIPI'l'lll and 111111, 7'l1ix is our IJzL1'.v11 from 111:11 In rluy, Nlu' ll!'I'PI' Hludiex, xhf IlP'l'l'I' lI'llI'l'll'.S'. Nl1e"x Il youll xpurl who lll'l'l'l' I1ul'1'im." l.ntin Club '27, '28, l1it4-rzlry Club '27, Girls' Athlf-tim' Association '28, '29, Tuxiflvrxny Club '31. ICOSCOH BIARVIN S'I'lClCKl1ANl1 Ullvllfll I 11'illI will, lzul ll'lH'll I ll'0ll4'l I ll'1lIl'l." Drzunzltiv Club '29, '30, '31, GRACE Hlll LEX STRINGFI l'll.ll "Sha ix n l'llPPl'flll litflv lrlxs, .-tml wryf lmpular with flu' r-lu.vx," llirl l:t'S4'!'Vl'l4 '28, l"l'f'Ill'll Club '30, tlirls' Athlvtiv Association '31, Girls' Hovkcy T1-uni '28, llutin Cllllr '28, '20, Varsity Buske-tbull '31, llrzinizltiv Club '28. THOMAS HOWICY SUTTON, .lli. "ll'ill1r1l1l 7'l111111ux flu' vluxs wnulrl 'nut ln' 1-n11111l1'lr'. llr ix wr-Il l1l'I'NNPllf nml a good f1'iPnd." lli-Y '28, '29, '30, '31, .luuiur llrunmtiz' Club '28, '29, Vin' l.'rvsicle11t '29, llraniatic Club '31, l'lllLfllN'Pl"S Club '28, Class Pmskn-tbnll '30, '31, l.xl".xM.u' Staff '31, Latin Club '28, '29, '30, S4-in-live Club '28, '29. DOROTHY PAGE THOMPSON "A 11111 hmrt rllwayn wl.wl1i11,y1 In flu 1'iyl1f, A 1111 in bv friends with l'l'Pl'UbUlI!l." 1 Glu- Club '26, '29, '30, French Club '30, Girl . yoserves '28, History Club '31, Chemistry Club 80, LAFAMAQ Staff '31. V sl I , 1 -JE . gif' v Nineteen +-ww Twenty ANNE WILLIAMS TILIIINGHAST "Aww is Iliff .vfur of ihv vlaxs Hu.-r lrffl Iliff .rfrullf from first fn Iuxf Anil of lcnu1"l01ly11' shs' hux .vurh Il slow IV? zvomlvr if xhv can lvnrri 4lnyman'ef." Latin Club '28, '29, Drzuuutic Club '28, '29, Class Volleyball '28, Varsity Bziskvtbaxll Squad '30, '31, Blzirimrvn' '31, Se-rrvtury of Class '30, Most In-pemlable '31, l'lditor-in-Cliief of L.xF.xM.u: '31, l"i'i-111-li Club '30, '31, Girl llcsvrvvs '29, Class Bziskn-tbull '29, Girls' Athletic ASSlll'lilll0ll '28, "Nl "ill '31 ELIZAIS ETH TOLA It "IIN l'l7i1'6' ix low, Hvr munrwr szrwf. Sh1"s glI'Ilf7I', fllllilflll mul 1wIiIr'," Hiulogty Club '27, '28, Drzlumtic Club '28, '29, Latin Club '28, '31, Girl Resefrvvs '28. CHAR LHS W l'ISI.l'IY TU ll LINGTUN "ClI!lI'llP lil-'fx xporfx, Tu him llir'y':'1f I1 frpuf, IIv'1l rrrlllrw' pin!! fonflmll Any llfljl Hlllll, Pnl." Sc-im-limf Club '26, Biulory Club '27, Varsity Football '29, '30, Bzlscbnll '26, Varsity Buslwt- lmll '30, Frem-I1 Club '29, '80, Class Football '26, '27, Class Buske-tlmll '29. CHAR LES SIKES TURNE li "Willing hflp, .vnlilinflhl llirvn, Fzmmx In all, who axks of him the .wmallvst favor." Class Fuotbull '28, Svionce Club '28, '29, Radio l'lub '30, Drzuuutisf Club '28, '29, '30, l'vl"t'lll'll Club '30. ANNI-ITTI-I CECELIA VVARD t'I'nfhinlfiny, i1lI1', wild and young." lbrauuutir' Club '29. '30, French Club '30, '31, Varsity Basketball '30, '31, Class Basketball '29, Tennis TDllFIlElmPl1f '30, Girls' Athletic Associa- tion '29, '30, '31. JOHN ODICLL VVES'1' '- "Tlu1 hay who ix 1'uII4'1I, om' of the 7LPIIft'Nf ini U48 vlrw.-r." Travk '27, lflugiuoz-r's Club '27, Biology Club '28, Sci:-na-v Ulub' Class Baseball '28. 7 J 7 AIAIi'l'IiA ICIJNA Wlll'1I'Il,I'Ili lfrlnu ix ll flirl who ix Puywr In :ln hm' Infsl, Siu- hux ihv ra-pufaliun nf hwiny our fnrwrnnsl rypixtf' Ulm- Club '27, '28, '29, '30, '2il. 1'r4-sidvnt '31 N ivllm- l'lulm '27, 'ZIP-ig Alilfxlllll 'Img lJr:nnzxti1 wr- '-1 '-mg . p., , v --Q -.y Kluh ..1. ..N. ...L Inmh Club -2-4, ...SL MARY HUNYAIQIJ XYIIITH '11 muirlvn m':'1'r lmlllf' Twenty-one I 'f P .s ii J-,ay vu- 8 A History of the Class of '31 the early fall of 1927 Fayetteville High School suffered the invasion of a mighty horde of mischievous little imps. This band was 161 in number and was known as Freshman Class. The Freshmen, although they had confidently expected to con- the entire school, soon decided to settle down to fmore or lessj peaceful lives and temporarily all thought of conquest and be as much as possible like the classes of the school. They soon observed that these other classes all had officers, leading lights of the class got together and called a meeting of all Freshmen. meeting resulted in the election of the following officers: Roy Forehand, Pres- Murray Howell, Vice President: Reed Devane, Secretaryg and Kate Bailey, The little Freshmen were also represented -on the athletic field with John and George Kistler on the Football team, and Dorothy Burger and Mildred on the Girls' Field Hockey Team. Then the days grew into weeks and the into months and in a seemingly short while we had reached the first milestone of our journey. After an absence of three months the Freshmen, now known as Sophomores, returned to the school feeling like kings and queens preparing to show the new Freshmen their proper place. The Class soon reorganized with 'Charles Sutton as President: Margaret Kirkpatrick, Vice Presidentg and Roy Forehand, Secretary and Treasurer. This year the Class was represented in the statistics. Nannie Biggs having been chosen "Most Musical," and Aileen Deal took the title of F. H. S.'s prettiest. Again, too, the Class was represented in Athletics, William Scott, George Kistler, and Roscoe Sandlin, in Football, and Nannie Biggs, Irene Buckingham, and Mildred Boone, in Basketball. The third year was entered and again the name of the Class was changed. They were now known as Juniors. "Only one more year," they thought, "and we'll have the world at our feet." As usual, the first big event of the year was the election of officers. Charles Sutton was elected Presidentg Claude Rankin, Vice President 3 Anne Tlllinghast, Secretary, and Rebecca Jackson, Treasurer. When the Seniors elected the marshals it developed that Murray Howell headed the list. Under him were Edna Wheeler, Nannie Biggs, Dorothy Burger, Irene Buckingham, Charles Sutton, and Everett Bryan. This proved to be a big year in Athletics for the Class. In Football the Class was represented by Charles Sutton, Charles Riddle, Earl Riddle, Charles Turlington, William Scott, Rosooe'Sandlin, and George Kistler, in Girls' Basketball by Nannie Biggs, Irene Buckingham, Annette Ward, Mildred Boone, Anne Tillinghast, and Estelle Riddle. Another vacation ended and those members of the Class who had not fallen by the wayside returned to the school, proudly bearing the name of Seniors. At last dignified Seniors! The height of glory had been reached! For their last set of officers the Class chose Murray Howell, President: Julian Metz, Vice Presldentg June Williams, Secretary, and Ronald McNeil, Treasurer. The Glee Club was headed by Edna Wheeler with Elizabeth Crane, Secretary, and Rebecca Jackson, Treasurer. We showed up well in Athletics with Earl Riddle, Captain of the Football team, and Mildred Boone, Captain of the Girls' Basketball team. We find that our Senior year -is a realization of dreams, but nevertheless its hard to realize that we are Seniors and so soon our high school days will be over. After is the spirit of the discourse that counts, and in spite of our mistakes and our we will carry with us through life cherished memories and a lasting appreciation the many good and fine things that have come into our lives during the four of our life in old F. H. S. But how often in our after-life will we look back these four years and live again our high school days, forg "Our finest hope is memory." VERA BULLA Twenty-two -Q-. , ,,. ni ' ' 4 1 5 Last Will and estament Non'rII CAROLINA CUMBERLAND COUNTY CITY or FAym'IavII.Lm We, the Senior Class of Fayetteville High School, State of North Carolina, sound mind and disposing memory, do make, publish, and declare this our Last and Testament. ' SECTION I Aa'rIoLa I To F. H. S.-Our Love and Loyalty. ARTICLE II To the Faculty-Our thanks for the many advantages they have given us, and untlring efforts to make our school lite both pleasant and profitable. ARTICLE III To the Trustees-Our inexpressable appreciation for the man-y privileges they have given us I To Mr. To Mr. taklngs. To the works of To the Banquet. To the by their labor and generosity. ARTICLE IV Howell-Our appreciation for his interest and cooperation Aarmnm V Poole-Our sincere appreciation for his deep interest in SECTION II ARTICLE I Juniors-Our many "Senior Privileges," also our desks art. Sophomores-The privilege of planning and paying for Freshman-Deaf ears, that all the advice both good and bad might pass through their ears unheeded. SECTION III ARTICLE I our future under- with their many the Junior-Senior 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 possession. "I, Murray Howell. do will and bequeath my eitorts to keep order in the Senior Class to the next President." "I, Dorothy Burger, do will and bequeath my conceit to Louise Holland." Ben Rose, do will and bequeath my ability to argue to anyone who can get ul' new, With lt." Flossie Fleishmanhdo will and bequeath my vanity case and lipstick, together the skill of applying to Katy Tew." I, Geddie Monroe, do will and bequeath to Joe Plnkston, one set of brains, good as never been used." g Louise Nimocks, do will and bequeath my dirtatious ways to Mary Wells." Emeline Burkett, do will and bequeath my artistic ability to Kitty Maxwell." Kathryn Jenkins, do will and bequeath my chewing gum to Mary Rivers Parker, nd - fl it just inside my locker doorl 4 l , to James Lawrence Lee." A Brett do will and bequeath one comb case and a book on "How to be Johnsle Mauldin, do will and bequeath my Hollywood llgure to Doris Rose." Romyen Moss, do will and bequeath my deep bass voice to Leo Musselwhltef' Ward, do will and bequeath my ever-present giggle to Bernard Rose." Barringer, do will and bequeath my ultra-sophistication to Rachel Sealed this the thirty-ilrst day ot March, we the class of nineteen hundred do hereby declare this document to be our last will and testament. Samoa CLAss or 1931. EI.IzABE'rH JOAN CRANE, Testator. Twenty-three 17" "'T'.w""' . ,I-A' Prophecy of the Class of '31 A In the distance I heard the howling of the coyote I was alone The embers y campfire were slowly dying. I lay staring up at the heavens. I felt myself lifted-lifted--lifted through the sky. There was a in my ears--the mighty whirl of an airplane propellar. On through the until at last, like a mighty bird, we swooped down to the earth. was I? Ah, the familiar tip of the Washington Monument. I am in ashington, but who is this trusty gentleman who has so safely piloted me to my destination? No other than Eugene Plummer, a member of the class of '31, Memories rushed through my mind and I was destined to recall many former members of the class ere my trip had ended. As I alighted from the airship, a snow white plane was swiftly ascending. An attendant mentioned the fact that it was Mildred Boone, famous Trans-Atlantic flyer. I had not noticed my companions as we flew over towns and fields, but now I turned to see them as I waited for my baggage. A familiar face?-oh ys-Mlle. Emeline Burkett designer of costumes for Paramount. She told me that Kathryn Jenkins was being starred in "Oh Yeah" a popular play written by Daisy Blue Bryan. Jack McAllister was directing and was making a splendid success of it. .V R I bought a paper and read as my taxi, driven by David Brown, wound its way to the White House. I noted that the president, Claude Rankin, had hired Anne Tillinghast as his secretary. Charles Turlington had just taken a seat in Congress. On the sport page I noticed that Julian Metz had recently won the International Tennis Championship. Ruth George's name was prominent among the best known golfers in Florida. ' I visited with Billie Don Melvin, first woman Senator from North Carolina. She and I went to a reception given for La Motte King, ambassador to France, and his French bride. At Mount Vernon I saw Vera Bulla and Flora Applewhite. They were col- lecting information for a revised edition of their textbook on American history. I flew to New York and attended a Night Club-the most exclusive in the city. Marilyn Culbreth was hostess. On the program for the evening was Florence Fleishman, well known specialty singer. In the chorus I recognized Eva Mary Hobbs, Annie Owen, Edna Wheeler, Irene Buckingham, and Mildred gan. The Orchestra leader was James Carpenter and Madeleine Clark "WOW"' as pianist. Walking up Broadway I saw in bright lights "Delma Leatherwood and Bishop" co-stars in the latest play of Eolin Porter. Ralph Mullinix had bought the theater, one of a chain. In the Brooklyn Navy Yard who should I see but Roscoe Sandlin and Evans, chief petty officers in the U. S. Navy. HE night was clear and warm. The stars hung low and the moon was gone. m . . Twenty-four U-MSW" We ' s' ' " gf' e " ---.L 1 I flew to Baltimore and saw Frances Moore and Mildred King, head nurses at Johns Hopkins. - . In North Carolina, again after many years. I Went to Chapel Hill-Annette Ward was acting as a chaperone at a dance given by the Phi Alpha fraternity Strolling over the campus I bumped into Professor ,Thomas Sutton who deeply engrossed in "Languages of the Ages" by Ronald McNeill. I was attracted to Durham by the prospect of hearing the Rhodes Ben Rose. While there I attended a concert by the great violinist, Derby. Dorothy Burger was her capable manager. The Governor, Murray Howell, had helped Fayetteville by building the lock on the Cape Fear. But Fayetteville is the same in that it still has "Ye Ole Market House." I had a short chat with John S. Armiield, Bishop of East Carolina. He was making a series of addresses on the Philippine Islands. Monroe Evans is teaching French in dear old F. H. S. and Mary Polick is head of the Commercial Department. I 'went into the bank to draw a check and met Annie Mae Pate. She is secretary to the president of the bank, Harold Cameron. McPhail Geddie, cashier, very kindly cashed my check. I decided I needed a new dress and walked into a very exclusive shop. Rebecca Jackson owned it and her models were Lillian Baker, Allene Deal and Shirley Barrett. Lessie Mae Malloy was her Paris buyer. Odell West and Fletcher Newell are operators of ships, belonging to Bill Scott, which go to Wilmington with freight and passengers. Dorothy Thompson, president of the U. ,D. C., had just completed a histoy of Fayetteville. Louise Nimocks had been an eiiicient helper. I heard of the sensational operation performed on Bill Crawley by Dr. Cecil Alligood with Urbana Cromartie as his head nurse. ' The Fayetteville Observer of which Roscoe Strickland was editor, carried an account of Kate Bai1ey's inheriting 31,000,000 and founding a Girls' Academy. On her teachers' staff she has Nannie Biggs, Elizabeth Crane, and Grace Stringield. I went into a beauty parlor to have my hair dressed and to my surprise I saw that Mamie Johnson was in charge of the shop. Her skillful assistants were Eleanor Fann and Ruth Phillips. ' I later went to Over-Hills to a golf tournament. I saw Bert Alabaster and Kenneth Harley, the former the proprietor of the estate and the latter the N.B.C. of the event. Among the outstanding players were John McBennet Bascom Brett. ' sun was so bright that it hurt my eyes and I rubbed them. To my great nt it was morning and the sun had just risen and I was still at my camp. I went to a fortune teller and told her my dream and asked what it could she told me it was only a fragmentary' view into the future of the class RUBY BAILEY. Twenty-tive 'Egan' Afclxloy. NY Atkinson. lizulavr, M Bail:-y. V. Baird:-n, J. liznlww-tt. Z. liuzlrll, l. Bowers, ll Bowlm-S. A Buwlvs. S. Brzuly, M. Britt, M. lil'0XVll. li. Brown. H liryun, li. i'ouszu', M. R i4lUVlIlEl0ll. Urolivr, S. U!'l!lIl2lI'lll'. Futts. l'I. Davis, ll. llvvum-, l Dixon, A. Downing, Nllvx, YV. lfivlds, XY lfitzlxugxh, lflvislllxlzlnl. Guimly, 1' ilwllliv, M Junior Class Roll Hobbs, IC. . Ilzwlmvs. ll. llolt, N. l'l. llnn'm1l', M M. Ilowl-ll, IC. lluwvll, T.. lllltzxff, S. .loln1son. C. Jolws, J. Jouvs, li. Kelly, .l. Kolly. J. T. H. King, C. I.:-v, A. M. lm-0, J. liuiv. M. Gowdy, li. L1-wis, li. Butler, S. Haunmoml. S. Lowe. M. Cade, A. llurlnn, J Mulpnss, C. f'Ll1't0l', ll. Hormlon, H. llrl21l'1l!NlZlll-H, Clwshiro. J. ll'0l'l'lHg', li. llluultshy, Bl. Cllt-'Sllll'0, NV H4-Witt-, l'l. AlZ1lllfSlIj'. A. l'lvuu-nts. L Higfllsmitll, li. Mow. ll. 'Fwenty-six Mullininx. K. lxlllY'l'lllSUll, L. Mcliunnvtt, .l. M4-N4-ill, J. Uwvn, J. llwvn, K. I'ulnu'r', C. Pearson G. Penllxewtun. D Pvrkills. D. Pinkstnn. J. l'mvm'x, J. Poolm-. V. llwristf-r. J. Iiidlllv, J. liidllle-, C. llolrinsrm. B. liomvn, A. lingers. li. liosv. Y. Hmmm-, li. Ryan. R, Sand 1-04-k, J. ll St'llI'illfl9l'. . Swotl, Ill. Sm-urs, G. Strinuliolrl, J. SIILYLIS, H. SIIULYS, K. Sutton, C. Sultun, XV. 'IN-w, C. Tll0lllilS, l". Tomlinson, R. 'l'r11'n'. S. Turlinetun. M XVz1lkvl', T. Wzlrd, M. XVest. J. NVi1ldifle-ld. W Williams, J. Wright, E. Wilson, J. Znhrnn, A. Adams, IC. Akvrs. M. Alligzuod, I'. Apple-wllitv, M Ayvrs, I. Ifzlilvy, K. Baker, Ii. Iiislmp, M. B4-tts, Ki, IIl'l1II1vl's. R. BIIVIUII. N. Unriv, A. Vanin. l'. Curr. KK Clark, II. Cook, G. Groom, XY. Cllfts, IC. Davis, N. Derby, L. Dingle, M. Downing, F. Sophomore Class I"zlk1'. H lizlirlvy. R. Holmlslon, V. Goodwin, Ilalir, I.. Hull, H. W. II:xII, J. Hunlilt-011, ID. H k I" ill' 0l', Ihuyos. If' Ill1l'I'IIlH'. I III-rrinlf, 1 M. Ihlhorn. II Iinbhs, G Ifollzlnd, II. Holmes, Lena Holnms, Louiso Iluff, W. lluwvll, I". JEll'kNOII, M. Jzxvkson, M. -IIIIIIUS. K' -Iullnson, A -IOIIIISIIII, Ii.. -Iom-s. II. -Iordzln, M. -Iorliuu, W. Kina, Ii. Ki nlalw, 0. Kinlnw, II. IA-e-, IJ. Imwis, IS. IVIIIVIIII. II. Mzlxwvll. C M iller, Ii. Mofiit. J. Monrov, II. Mourm-, M. M I' onsnur, 4 Moon-. II. INIussvIwI1it0, lIl'CKlI'IlIIl'k, Mc-Faxyllvn 0 A. L. M. Slvlivzlvllyz II Roll M:uAKvlhan, Nyv, Ii. Odom. K. Ulivv. M. I'urkvr, M. PPZIINRIII, G. Pllillips, S. I,IlIIllIlII'l'. Il I'ortvr', Il. I,llI'llj', H, Iizlvkluy, M. Iiankin, II. IhuIf'IiIT4-. I I Rhom. M. Rhorlvs. Ii. Ri1'ks'11IJ:lc'km', IC, Romwo. Ii. Hosni, Il. Russ. IJ. P. Iiussvll. II. RlIfIH'l'LI', A, Sudlvr. M. Saxlla-y, L. Smith, U. Smith, S. South-rs, IC. Stullinrs, II. Ste-1'kel', B. Stout. G. 'I'l14-ufield. If' 'l'Ill'e-att, V 'I'uc-kvr, If 'Pyls-r, II. Yann, I.. Wzuio. II. Waillxwv. Ii XVnl'1-. Ii. Wuren, G. Wx-IIS. M. IVOHIXSS, ,I Whitson, K. Znllrzln, S. 'Pwenty-seven I, X911 X V . .np .Mae gym, 1,,y.:,,, .Q ,, Y I My K w:.g,'-A ,. -tfgfglk Fmmu- K. , - - 1L.Q" g.. 'H' H-531-4.43. 'Sa,'t"f'L . .. 'Mr -'41 fa- , at -wa-aj" ,. If . '4-.jj.tj3.ggf, :.A i 'H-M514 ,N r. .W 4.33 .x, ,, -M x... in . I ---4.4 .,5.t.f.1 ,K i e . , l Andrews, D. L. Atkins, A. Atkinson, J. Atkinson, G. Ayers, lid Bailvy, ll. Barnhill, G. Beal. R. Beard. C. Il, Bell. li. Bell, A. L. Black. Harold Bland, M. Bonne, B. Britt, M. Brown, G. Brnwn, J. Bruner, K. Bruton. J. D. Bullard. J. Bnrgress, L. Butler, lfl. Cain, B. M. Vain, F. Cain, P. Twenty-eight H. Calentt, I. Czunplrell, C. Ulark, E. Clayton, NV. Clute, C. Coates, E. 0 llook. RI. ll. Conway, D. Crowder. L. flrnmpler, M. llale, B. Davis, M. llenipsy, lf, llirkinsnn. T. B. li . lluwns, Downs, Downs, J. llnnlnp. H. lfldge, C. Filllilll. VV. Fairelotli, I. Falknler, B. Fitirllett, F, Vlennningt, P Lleddie, A. Freshman Class Roll Gene, R. IC. Gentry, f'. Gibson. T. tllindinier, G. Godfrey, K. Hall, E. Hallan. G. liamilton, YV. Hasty, J. Hatrli, M. Hawn, V. Haywood, G. Hurley, li. Jalvksnn, A. Jannske. YV. Jones, M. Jordan, YV. Koellingg. M H. Kennedy, H, Krnnslmrpr, Lee, E. Laneg. K. Madcloek, T. Malpass. A. Mel'herson. Nnnnery, B. Oliver, L. Owen, B. Palmer, W. Pearson, G. Peden, IC. Pneele, L. Pervival, M. Piggott, II. Plasky, H. Pnlivk, J. J. Herndon, J. B, Malpass. C. Powers, 0. Herring, B. Martin. M. Ray, M. Herring, H. Martindale, G, Register, H. Highsniitll, S, Maxwell. D. Barkley, M. Holm-nlnlr, J, Melton, 13. Ridgeway, S Holmes, li. Melvin, A. llulnnson. T. llolnies, O, BIllSSt'lNVllliJ-', Iiozers, Y. Hooker, li. llll'A!'illlll'. C. Sadler, A. Humpllpry, O, Mr-Larklan, C Sanders. J. Hutaff, IJ, Mvhavklan, l Saunders, J. Sandroek, R. ' Scoggins, B. Svntt, E. IN lNll'lMOKIAlNI Mary Benton Banks Jolul. Kistler , , N gg' ,I ' " ' -I. xfalae-'f .4135 ...' 0 Sewell, G. Simpson, J. K. Spears, D. Stevens, S. Stewart., M. Sutton, T. Tow, H. Thomas, L. Tillinerllast. M. Underwood, H. Wade, D. Walker, G. Walker, H. Weathers, W. Weisiger, NV. Wellnns, A. Wenxyss, W. NV:-st, L. Whitaker, E. Wh ite, Ilunette l.Vll it.l0c'k, H. Widditield, F. NVillis, N. Winfree, J. Zahran, F. 4 4 Activities J Thiri 5 ly Thirty-two 1 1 1' aff- W 5 ...ad Organizations HE Clubs in high school this year have been very successful. The History Club under the direction of Miss Ethel Fisher is composed Seniors especially interested in history and they have made a further study current topics apd subjects of interest. The club made a trip to Raleigh the General Assembly in session and other places of interest in the state The Debating Team, although it didn't come out first in the inal contest, made the entire school feel proud of it. In the triangular debate the team up against Raleigh and Durham. The negative side, Florence Fleishman John 'Arm6eld, won a two to one decision from Raleigh at Durham, and the amrmative Julian Metz and BenHRose, lost a two to one decision to Durham at Raleigh. .The team was under the supervision of Mrs. R. B. John and Mr. J. W. Coon. . s The French Department, headed by Mrs. Madeleine Davis, has had a most successful year,-' Winning the trophy cup for the State-wide French Contest. This cup was won, by Effie Hewitt, who got first place over all the French students in the state, Richard Ryan having won third place and Logan Howell having won fifth place makes Fayetteville lead the state for French. The Glee Club, under the capable direction of Mr. J. D. Hamerick, is composed of about forty-five of' the high school's best voices. This club has sung over the radio and before. many of Fayetteville's Civic Organizations. The Band has done equallyas well. . The Dramatic Club, which is coached by Miss Dorothy Warthen, has 'lived up to its good reputation. The state Contest play, "The Finger of God," was presented in Lumberton, 'against Goldsboro and Lumberton and won second place, losing first place to' Lumberton. Many fine plays have been presented this year. The Garden Club, with the help of Mrs. Newberry and Mrs. Quillen, have mucli to beautify the school. Latiii Club, under the supervision of Miss Kate Broadfoot has had a fine In the State-wide Latin Contest Fayetteville won honorable mention. The other clubs that have done excellent work are: The Girls' Athletic As- with Miss Aline Todd, director of Girls' Athletics in charge: The Emily under Miss Ellie Newton and Miss Hattie Campbell: The Taxidermic Miss Propst as leader: The Radio Club, supervised by Mr. Hinson Hackney's Monogram Club. Th irty-three Thirty-folll Thirty-f1vc 1 Thirty-six SUV ' Tlikilf G W' Ann? fwfr' 3: fre new ist , 1 we 1 f 3 .E A . . 1- ,gm , M . V fs.g,gi:,: 3' 1 Q, lf th of ' '9 3 :J i 'bk 41- " s diff ' Q. i . 2' i ir s. F , ' w ' P' rv' ,A if in -Q . e squad was practically a new one. Athletics 1 , GIRLS' BASKETBALL- ' t losing the iirst three practioe games the Fayetteville 'High girls rallied, winning seven out of scheduled games. The Yellow Jackets had s very successful season considering the iact 1 .3 ' members of the squad, were: Mildred Boone, Capt., Nannie Biggs, RutKi'George,i'Ql.therini Eliza Rose, Priscilla Gainey, Martha Fitzhugh, Mildred Horner,1MargKi'et Britt, Mary Ella Urbanna Cromartie, Annette Ward? Grace Stringfield, Anne Tillinghast, Manager, Rose Gainey, . ,Il ' - ' fl Blue Bryan, Rachel Tomlinson. , -, 4 1 -. 4 ...- - V se earning the letter "F"' were: Capt. Mildred Boone, Nannie Biggs, 'Rudi George, Urbsiuia Cromartie, Mary Ella Geddie, Annette Ward, Grace Stringjleld, Rachel Tomlinson, A-pne Tillinghast, Manager. ' 1 t., 7. J a A 5 o 5 Following are the games played: , .Q . V ' 'Fayetteville ' Opponmgta Jan. 9,1931. Lumberton at Lumberton ....... ...... ......... 2 'Z '. 29 ' Jan. 23,1981. Lumberton at Fayetteville ....... ...,........ . 35 T 19 5 Jan. 28,1931. "Y" Girls at Fayettevilleni... .... ' I ...... ,f .Q. 16 , ' 8. Feb. 4, 1981. Dunn at Fayetteville ......... ...... : .. 35 A 30 Feb. i 6,1981 Goldsboro at Goldsboro ........ 35 30, Feb. 11, 1931 St. Pauls at Fayetteville ...... 24 11 Feb, 13,1931 Wilson at Fayetteville .......... 31 '27 Feb, 18,19B1. Dunn at Dunn:L .......,............... ......... 8 6 85 Fe . 20,1931 Red Springs at Fayetteville .............. ...,........... 2 1 26 Fe . 24, 1931 Sanford at Fayetteville ...,......... 1 ..... ..f ..... 5 ..... . 20 27 Feb. 26, 1981 St. Pauls at St. Pauls ...................... ..........,. 4 1 14 March 3, 1931 Red Springs at Red Springs ...... 28 ' 34 ' FOOTBALL when the ilrst call was issued for football candidates early in September, about 45 boys reported to Coach T. V. Hackney. Nine lettermen returned: Capt. Earl Riddle, Bill Scott, Roscoe Sandlin, Charles Turlington, and Ben Robinson, linemeng and Charlie Riddle, Cecil-Phillips, Bunk Sutton, and George Kistler, backs. The opening game against Laurinburg was a ,typical season's opener. They iired the scoring gun ilrst by blocking a Fayetteville punt and falling on 'it 'behind the goal line. Fayetteville came back in the second half and Charlie Riddle scored. 'Fayetteyille showed superiority over Laurinburg but failed to score again on account of numerous fumbles, and' the gaine ended 6-6. ' In the next contest, with Raeford as the opponent, the Fayetteville oifense tarted Yclicking, and scored two touchdowns against our old rivals to win 14-0. The Yellow Jackets outplayed Raeford throughout the game. For the H1-st conference game Fayetteville went to ileigh to play the strong Raleigh High who was anxious to return the licking given them last year. Fayetteville scored a Brst down the Raleigh line just after the opening kick-aff, the first one made through the Raleigh line this but the Raligh forwards soon stopped the attack. From- then on during the first half we played football, allowing Raleigh to score twice on long runs by Paul and Dunnaway. We came back in the second half and played on even terms for the rest of the game but failed to score. The was Raleigh 13, Fayetteville 9. Our fqurth game, against Sanford, was a notable victory in that it was the first time we them in eight years. Fayetteville scored in four minutes and then Sanford more than score on us in the second quarter with two touchdowns and an extra point. The Thirty-eight 4 nnpw. ,ann ,M ,X M L. , . fn. came back strong in the second half' to score two touchdowns, Bunk Sutton running 30 yards for the last one with three minutes left in the gam'e. The game ended 18-13. The most interesting and exciting game of the season was played next when Goldsboro came here. They started ol! with a strong passing attack, with Mason passing, which netted them two one in the llrst-ilnarter and another 'early in the second. Fayetteville 'scored late ln quarterand the half-ended with the score 12-6 in favor of the Quakers. Fayetteville played e quarter with Gorge'Kistler, a mainstay in the backileld, the bench with injuries. Mason chief,threat,' was covered we -in the second half and 4' two teams battled on even terms until closing minutes of plsyf he Kisler "returned to-the fray to direct a 60 yard drive to the Go goal line, Bunk Sutbn gking it over wi 30 seconds to play. A moment later has crashed t the line for the winnings point. vScore: ayetteville 18, Goldsboro 12. Sulering a,let-down after two such thrilling! contests as the ,Sanford and Goldsboro games, the Jackets played listlesaly, against Durham to l 13-0. Our neit game was played lim Wilson with 'the game ending a scoreless tie. The game was played in.the shadow of.,-the Wilson goal posts but: Fayetteville ,missed all its chances to score. . , r. , In a game with St. .Pauls, in which the second team was given a chance to show its ability, a score ,'of' 88 to 6 was riinvup Q. St Pauls, their Lorie marker being made! in the final minutes of play. . . 0 ' fha Wilmington gtme vqs-'playecfqthere in the rain. Fayetteville' scored with the ilrst possession of the ball after a long drive Th t -tleld, but failed to add the,extra point. Another touchdown was misled by lncheagin the secon vquatk, Wilmingtqa pushed gver' 'a touchdown just as the whistle blew for the half. Tnxtheflssfihall, Hue tojthe condition of the held, both teams played a defensive game, and the game' ended 6-6. Q , . In the llnal game gf me season- Fayetteville wit to Rocky Mount and suffered a defeat at the hands of the Blsckbirds, 18-0. The' teams played on even terms all through the game and it was only on two long passes, eaohfhetting a touchdown, it Fayetteville was outplayea. Coach Hackney deserves much praisefor his efforts in developing a successful football team in tl1s, his iirst year in Fayetteville, using an eiittrely new Bstem of play. Throughout the entire season, whether we won or lost, he was always ready to help and encourage us, and inspire us to play clean, hard football. . Gredit should also be given to the public-spirited, citizens Whose generous contributions enabled us to buy some much needed new uniforms. At the end of the season stars were awarded to: Capt. E. Riddle and Scott, guardsg Smn and Turlington, tackles: Robinson, end: and Sutton, C. Riddle, Kistler and Phillips, hacks. L were awarded to: Williams and M'cBennett, ends, Hammond and Herring, tacklesg Kelly, guard: Bryan - and Owen, centers: Dixon and Howell, backsg and Musselwhite, manager. Sutton, E. Riddle, Kistler, Robinson, and Scott werq, mentioned by the Oharlntta News as outstanding in the Eastern Conference. . L BASKETBALL ' ' Early in December the call was issued for the basketball team and about 25 students responded to Hackney's call. Clyde Maberry, who coached last year's team through a successful season, agreed to assist him in coaching. Letter men back from last year included Herman Musselwhlte, Billy Sutton, Cecil Phillips, Grant Seqfs and Murray Howell, forwards: and Grissom Davis, of injuries and other unfortunate accidents all through the season which crippled the team' games, we had a fairly-successful season. A , ' the end of the season the team took part in the State College Invitation Basketball Tourna- held in Raleigh, and went to the semi-finals. Being the smallest team in the conference, was picked as a favorite to win the Class A championship after routing Greenville ln t-hh 20-5, but lost out to Lumberton in the semi-tlnals after defeating anford 11-6. , ' awarded to: Charles Turlington and J. T. Kelly, centers: June Williams, forward: len Sutton, and Sam Hutaff, guardsg and Everette Bryan, manager. 1' Thtrty-nine - A if!-P L -1 . J...- of the season stars were awarded to: Billy Sutton, Grant Sears, and Murray xHdwelL'j I nz , it U' Lffr Q,-,W-we-. I We-f' it J' A LA i Fort y 'u1'ty4m1 - Mr. Hinson: I spent a very enjoyable vacation in the Adirondacks. The first day I shot two bucks. n Jack McAllister iahsentlylz Win anything? The Cumberland ational Bank of Fayetteville CAPITAL ........ y ......... . .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 Julian Metz iacting a very tragic scenebz "A horse, a horse my kingdom for a horse. Voice from hack of audience: Will a jackass do? Julian Metz: Sure, come right down. 1 ent. Ann T: I want a nice picture for a wedding pres Salesman: Yes madam, here is a very suitable one-"The Approaching Storm." I THE SMOKE SHOP SI1VION'S INCORPORATED 'gDress for Lessi' HW here Friends Meef' FAYETTEVILLE? NEW Next to Kress LADIES, READY-TO-WEAR L? SHOP Compliments of SANDLIN 81 CO., Inc. Wholesale GROCERIES, GRAIN HAY AND FEED CITY OPTICAL CO Manufacturing and Prescription OPTICIANS Everything Optical Wilmington, N. c. Fayetteville, N. C Mr. Hamrick fat Glee Club meetingl: Buddy, Buddy: How's that? Mr. Hamrick: Between second and third bass. I see y sing short stop They all laughed when I sat down at the piano but they were held spellbound when I found nickel to put in the slot. Ed. Fleishman 81 Bros. "A lways Reliablel' Headquarters for Mengs and Young M en's CLOTHING,' HATS AND SHOES 107 Hay Street SEE H.H.H. FOR HARDWARE HUSKE HARDWARE HOUSE FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. I. S. HALL DRUG COMPANY Prescription Specialists MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS Free Delivery Service Phone 400 FLEISHMAN'S BIG STORE The House of Reputation FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. WOMEN'S, MISSES', JUNIORS, AND CHILDREN'S Reacly-to- Wear Apparel Millinery Footwear Fabrics, Luggage Ben R: Welre going to give Mr. Poole a shower. Bernard R: Count me in it, I'll bring the soap. Joe P: I hear that you and Mary had some words. .lulian M: I still have mine, I didn't have a chanc to use them. BELK-HENSDALE COMPANY , 4'Sells if L ess" FAYETTEVILLE'S LEADING DEPARTMENT STORE Complete Outfitters for Men, Women and Children SHOES, CLOTHING, READY-TO-WEAR, MILLINERY HOSIERY AND PIECE GOODS THE CAPITOL DEPARTMENT STORE 126 Hay Street Specialists in Youthful Fashions for Women and Girls "Popularity Achieved by Q u a l it y and Service" Subscribe to THE FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER Your Own Daily Paper Aint this a swell affair?" said Ruth G jaws slowly rose with the mumps. Mullin S: This picture was painted by hand. Joe P: Thatisf nothing, so was our chicken house. HIGHLAND WE Sm LUMBER COMPANY Wholesale and Retail E V E R Y T H I N G BUILDING MATERIALS I N AND COAL PIL if B Ef BUILDERS SUPPLY ant. Ount treet Phone 792' BEINECKE-DIXON i CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 1 Incorporated I General Contractors 1001-1002 National Bank Bldg. FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. PINEHURST, N. C. MUSIC COMPANY Everything in Music Some of our Fre h dumb they t hink are little donkeys. Ah " sighed the Gold Dust Twins, "Lux agai t BRANCH BANKING AND TRUST COMPANY FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. CAPITAL iH5250,000.00 SURPLUS AND PROFITS 4-65,000.00 RESOURCES FIVE MILLIONS 470 With Safety LARGEST AND STRONGEST BANK IN CUMBERLAND CONGRATULATIONS 1' T0 THE CLASS OF 1931 H- R- HORNE 81 SONS PERKINS Druggists Since 1865 DYE WORKS PM 1 Phone 354 122 Maxwell Street B Robinson: My cigarette lighter is lik second-handed clothing sto sey 0: 'How's that? B R: Three failures and then a fire. Mrs. ,101lll lputting questions on the hoardl: and talking when no one is interested? Kenneth H: A teacher. What is it we call a person who keeps talking Performin 5' all services for YOUR car DUCKWORTH'S CERTIFIED SERVICE Opposite Court House 0 All Kinds of Insurance CLAUDF- W. RANKIN Royal Sanitary Market FRESH MEATS, FISH, AND VEGETABLES ll3 Gillespie St. Phone 611 Fayetteville, N. C. Clayton Cigar Co. Drink CIGARS, cAND1Es I BEVERAGES, PAPER and SPECIALTIES Phone 22 Delicious and Refreshing E. J. Wells 81 Co. Cotton Merchants Owners and Uperators N. C. Compress Sa Warehouse Co. and E. ,l. Wells Warehouse Co. COTTON STORAGE Matthews Pharmacy G. E. MATTHEWS Pittman Hospital Building Phone 614- ,lohn W: l hear Ben was thrown off the squad. Logan H: How so? John: He was told to tackle the dummy and he tackled the coach. "1 want to he happy," said Mr. Hoo1igan's youngest son Compliments of STEIN BROS 27 Years Fayettevi1le's Leading Men's and Boys, Store 131 Hay Street The individual photographs in this issue of the LaFamac were made by THE PATON STUDIO '6While Youire About it, Get a Good Picturen Ji Compliments of G. PINNEY Gil, IUC. E CLOTHE THE FAMILY 214 Hay Street FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. Quinn, Miller 81 Co. FURNITURE Of QUALITY Compliments Prince Charles Hotel ,, STANLEY B. Pnosssn Manager A donk ey and a ford were sitting side The ford said, "Fm an automobile." The do nkey said, "I'm a horse." by si Mrs. Poole: You mean you've h wouldn't have been in this if you had kept your mouth shut," said Jonah to the whal Oakland - Pontiacs Compliments of S les Parts Service MRS' J' ZEIGHAUSER Cl DELICATESSEN DAVID B- OWEN and Fancy Groceries MOTOR CO. phone 224 C0mPlimemS Of IT MUST BE AS REPRESENTED JONES 81 RIDDLE IF IT COMES FROM ELECTRIC HATCHER,S JEWELRY sHoE SHOP STURE 125 Person Street Phone 671 PHONE 844' M. M. SMITH 81 CO. Compliments of 409 Hay Street THE K6lV1H3lOf Eleetrlc STYLE Refrlgerators S1-IGP Bosch Radios E Phone 422 .ill r. Poole: l've had thls car for years and never had a wreck. ad this wreck for years and never had a car :ff Miss Ethel: The first date in history was about 4000 B. C. Ceddie Monroe: Who had it? . For 'The Pause that Refreshesu Stop at FREEMAN FRED'S VARSITY SHOP EIIIITIIIICHES ANDIES COMPANY Mmqgg Curb Service HF OR BETTER F URNITUREN BRIGHT MONDAY LAUNDRY, Inc. 120 Person Street All Modern Laundry Services Phone 1181 DRY CLEANING ond DYEING Phones 136-137 Rear of Post Office AUTOMOBILE SALES Compliments of General Repairing THE OLDEST FURNITURE STORE IN TOWN EVANS FURNITURE CO. 110 Person Street l Body and Fender Work DUCO PAINTING Person Street at Liberty Point JERNIGAN MOTORS, Inc. Phone 878 i 1 f 1 w I 'r 3 ni-


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