Fayetteville High School - La Famac Yearbook (Fayetteville, NC)
- Class of 1939
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'Volume XV!! 39 Zi
Buhlisbeo hp the
jfapzttzhille Zbigb School
Jfapettehille, .Worth Qlarolina
IT WAS J UST one hundred and fifty years ago that a
Convention met here to ratify the Constitution of the
United States. They had tried before and failed, but
finally after many heated arguments, the resolution was
passed. This year the State will celebrate this event at a
Sesquicentennial Celebration here in Fayetteville. Because
of this celebration, because this event was such a momen-
tous occasion in Fayetteville, and because it has meant so
much in the history of our great State, we have selected
it for the theme of our 19 39 LAFAMAC.
ELISE DUNN ROUSE RUPERT W. JERNIGAN, JR.
Editor Burinerr Manager
In appreciation of his fine work in music, his
loyal support, and his steadfast interest, we,
the class of 1939
dedicate this issue of the
affectionately known as "Uncle joe."
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li: ' MR. HARRILL
Mlss ALEXANDER MR. BASS Mlss BRAWLEY MR. BRICKLEMYISR
Mlss CARRAXVAY Miss COWAN Miss FISHER Mlss GAINEY
MR. HAYNIE Mus. HILL Miss LILES Miss MACKINNON
Miss NEWTON MRS. SIMMERMAN MR. SMITH Mxss TATE
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burial Qlustums of 1789
IF A YOUNG man wished to court a young lady he had first to obtain permission
from the head of the family. lt was within the bounds of propriety for a
young man to take his sweetheart for a ride or to accompany her on a walk.
They might be seen together at church or the races, although it was customary
for a young lady to accompany the family to a ball rather than to be escorted
by her lover. The methods for winning the approval of the opposite sex were
the same then as at present. Coquetry and dress were the woman's stock in
trade, but she also added other accomplishments of singing and playing musical
instruments. The "flapper" was formerly known as a "belle," and "beau" was
the ante-bellum term for what is known today as a Nsmoothief'
Subscription balls were very popular. Usually several managers were
appointed for the season and would make all arrangements, such as fixing the
dates of the balls, obtaining a ballroom, and providing the music and refresh-
ments. They fixed the subscription price, usually at five dollars, and determined
the eligibility of an applicant. These managers also assigned dance partners,
conducted the introduction of strangers, and extended invitations to visitors.
Dancing was indeed the favorite form of amusement at any social gathering.
The private balls were usually very formal. The ballrooms were spacious and
handsomely furnished. A range of sofas was placed around the room, and from
the centre of the ceiling a large chandelier was suspended from which a flood
of candlelight was thrown over the company.
Dancing masters often traveled about teaching the newest steps. The
minuet and Parsby's Regadoon were very popular, but the cotillion was the
Debating clubs and literary societies were also popular during this period
as well as musical and theatrical societies. The Thalian Association was one
of the chief centers of social life in North Carolina during the Colonial period.
-Betty London Wooten
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MARY LEE BREECE
MARY ELIZABETH JOHNSON
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CLASS COLORS: Blue and Gola! FLOWER: Sweet Pea
Morro: Truth Conquerr All Thingf
TO THE SENIORS!
Four happy years have passed swiftly by,
And we are sad as we say, "Good-bye"
To our teachers, who were so patient and kind,
Giving their best to train our minds.
We try in futile words to express our thanks sincere,
Always we'll hold their memory dear.
So with success crowning our early aim,
We have what we hoped to gain.
Lifeis mighty threshold now beckons us to new fields
Where our minds and hands we pledge to worthy yields,
Trusting the influence which led us through past hopes and fears
To guide us through long and happy future years.
-By Fred Owen, Clair Poet
ELEANOR LENORA ACKER
Yort'll find her ready when it corner to fun
But ulro when there'r work to he done.
Latin Club '38.
A mort plearant girl ir France:
No excerr ol nudter or dancer.
PAUL GEDDIE AUTRY
It'J the thingr he Jay: and the :mile he wear:
That maker hint wanted everywhere.
Mt, Gilead High School '35. Fayetteville
High School: Museum Club '36, Stamp Club
'36, Library Staff '37, '38, Reporter Cercle
Francais '39, Hi-Y '38, '39, Journalism Club
'38, '39, Testaror '39: President Museum
Without warte of motion, or any foolirh
Von daer maintain to learning hi:
Dunn High School '35, '36: Science Club
'35, '36, Baseball '36. Fayetteville High
School: Hi-Y '38, '39, French Club '38, '39.
"The may to have a friend ir to he one."
LUCILLE CHARLOTTE BAKER
Rather quiet, very neat, Q
She? a girl that'.r quite petite.
Glee Club '36, Journalism Club '37, 13
Stenos Club '39.
Hir tark ir never torofjend, I
And every creature xr hu friend.
High School Candid Camera Club '39, Class
Baseball Club '36, Stamp Club '36, Boys'
Vocational Club '39.
THELMA MAE BEASLEY
With hair ro brown and complexion Jo lair,
.S'he'r a girl who'.f liked everywhere.
Dramatic Club '36, Glee Club '36, 13 Stenos
Well timed rilence haf more eloquence than
Joyful, likable, and alwayx gay,
Although he never har much to Jay.
Monogram Club '37, '38, Football '36, '37,
'38, Track '37: Baseball '36.
ANNIE ELIZABETH BOONE q"PETE"J
She never Jeem: to worry,
And can :he .firing a line?
To know her ir to love her!
She laugh! mort all the time.
Glee Club '35, '36, '37, Library Club '37,
'38, Drum Majorette '39, Latin Club '35,
'36, Basketball '36, '37, '38, '39.
CHARLES W. BROADFOOT
A good :port and very tall-
He haf won the rerpeet of all.
Radio Club '35, '36, '37, Sophomore Debat-
ing Club '36, Latin Club '38, Tiber Timer
Staff '38, LAFAMAC Stal? '39, Journalism
Club '38, Junior Marshall '38.
LEA BROWN '
Here'r a girl who'J nueel and Jmall,
Quite an artitt and loved by all.
Home Economics Club '36, '37, Latin Club
'36, '37, Staff Tiber Time: '37, Sophomore
Debating Club '37, Junior Play '38, Mar-
shall '38, Journalism Club '38, '39, Hi-Y
'38, '39, Secretary Girls' Hi-Y '39, LAFAMAC
Staff '39, Boosters' Club '36, '37.
He'J very Jtudiomg hi.: dignity if a Jcrearn-
Bul he'J the antwer to every mazderfr dream.
Radio Club '36, Boys' Hi-Y '38, Science Club
'37, Track '37, Football '38.
She pleare: one, :he pleaxex all,
And anrwerr every needy call.
Bladenboro High School '35: Home Eco-
nomics Club '35, Basketball '35, Fayetteville
High School: Home Economics Club '36, '37,
Basketball '37, '38,
ANNE GAYLE BURKHEAD
Her sparkling eyer, her winning :mile
Will carry her on for many a mile.
She'r good in her elanex, .fhe'.f good on the
And Jomeday on Broadway .rhe'll be the rage.
Latin Club '36, '37, Home Economics Club
'36, '37, Debating Club '37, Dramatic Club
'38, '39, Glee Club '38, Journalism Club '38,
'39, Hi-Y '38, '39, LAFAMAC Staff '39,
Treasurer Glee Club '38, Boosters' Club '36,
GEORGE BURRISS '
A football hero, bafketball too,
Ir there anything thi: boy can'I do?
Hi-Y '36, '37, Baseball '35, Basketball '36, J
'38, '39, Golf '36, '37, '38, '39, Fwlblll
'27, '38, '39, Track '38, President Class '36,
FRANK BURTON '
"Ambition har no ren."
Hi-Y '38, '39, Latin Club '38, '39, Debating
Club '37, Student Council '39, Football '38,
'39, Basketball '38, '39, Tennis '37, '38,
'39, Secretary Class '36, President Class '37,
Vice-President Class '38,
Billy ix a claumale and a friend
Who'll nick by you to the end.
Debating Club '36, '37.
IRA BLUE CANADY
She Jtudief hard and har many friend:-
She'r the type that alwayr winr.
THOMAS SIDNEY CHESI-IIRE
"A good diypotilion I prefer to gold."
Band '55, '36, '37, Football '37.
slll'COJ'J' if mre In be
To one ro faithful ru be.
Greensboro High School '37, Fayetteville High
School: Hi-Y '39.
FRED L. CROWSON
A lillle norueme nazi' and :hen
II felubed by lbe beIr of men.
Glee Club '35, Radio Club 38: Class Baseball
'35, '36: Band '36, '37, '38, '39, Football
'38, '39Z Track '3S.
PRESTON A. CUTHBERTSON, JR,
"He weurr a :mile Ibdl won'l come off."
Cramerton, N. C., High School '35: Leilehua.
Hawaii, High School '36: Press Club 16:
Monogram Club '36, Art Club 363 Football
'36, Basketball '36: Nebro, N. C., High
School '37, Hampton, Virginia, High School
Fayetteville High School: Football '38,
CANTEY VENABLE DEVANE
Her bmillf. ber rzmlmer. ber neat :wire-
Cuntey If u girl we all admire.
Latin Club '37, Glee Club '38g Journalism
Club '38, '39: Hi-Y '38, '39: LAFAMAC
Complexion fair and hair Jo blond.
A girl of whom we are all fond.
Fuquay Springs, N. C., High School 35:
Basketball '35, Fayetteville High School: Bas-
ketball '36, '37.
L. G. DEW, JR.
If you i'an'! Jtick, don'l begin it.
He bar won where work would win il.
Fuquay Springs, N. C., High School '35:
Baseball '35l Basketball '35. Fayetteville High
School: Baseball '36, Basketball '37, '38,
'39, Tennis '37, '38g Manager Boxing '36.
"Cor1,fider yourtelf in luck il you have a
friend like Williafr1."
Rocky Mount, N. C., High School '35, '36,
ANN OLIVER EVANS
A form more fair, a face more Iweet
Never haf il been my lot lo lIl6'?l,'
And ber modext amwer and graceful air
Show ber wife and at good af Ibe if fair.
Latin Club '36, '37g Home Economics Club
'36, 37: Debating Club '37g Glee Club '38,
Hi-Y '38, '391 Journalism Club '38, '39,
Dramatic Club '37.
Her rmiler are many. ber froufnx are few,
She :I a girl ufboxe frzendfbip it irue.
Panama High School '36. Fayetteville High
School: 13 Stenos Club '39,
LACY CARSON GEDDIE
Do your dllly and do il well-
Whal more would anyone ask?
Hi-Y '591 Monogram Club '59Q Basketball
'37, '58, '593 Track WS.
MINNIE LOU GENES
Since! and small, trim and near.
A lmvr friend yolfll never meet.
llomc Economics Club '56, '37,
MARY FRANCES HALL
Mary Fmnrei if wife and newer loud:
She u one of whom we are proud.
Home Economics Club '56,
Qlriel, retcrffed. and umallylrighl,
Hare 11 rl girl whom we all like.
Latin Club '36,
RALPH F, HALL
"I am ture care it an enemy of life,"
Football '55, '36,
CLYDE F. HERRING CJACKIEJ
You .ree her rweet and fair. V
And feel her charm in the mr.
Rocky Mount, N. C., High School '36
38: Latin Clubg English Club, Tennis
'35, '57, Basketball '36, '57l Softball '37,
'SSL Riding '56, '38, Gymnastics '37, '38,
Treasurer Freshman Class '56, Latin Club
Consul '55, '36, Fayetteville High School:
Bram fly and tall, a man-Jize man,
He hat many a foolhall fan.
Hi-Y, '58, 719: Science Club '37, '38g Foot-
ball '38, '39, Baseball '54, '35.
5111061 and capable if lhix pretty lan
And in everything .the lead! her clan.
Latin Club '36, '57, '38, 39: Library Club
'38, '59, Home Economics Club '37, 'ESQ
Student Council '593 Secretary Junior Class
'5Sg Class Historian '59,
RUBY HAZEL HUBBARD
Her aim ir never lo offend.
And erery pcrfon IJ her frrend.
Home Economics Club '56, '37, Science Club
A Xdlllldflldn. a Jcholar, too,
l1"i1h Haze qmz!ilie,i through and through.
Leavenworth, Texas, High School '36, '37.
38: Latin Club '36, French Club '38, Eng-
lish Club '36, 717: Freshman Baseball '56,
Fayetteville High School: Hi-Y '59. I
MARY Cook HUSKE
A charming girl with a clever mind,
W'ith lady-like rnannerr ,ro rehned.
Latin Club '36, Editor Tiber Timer '37,
Junior Chaminade Club '36, Student Council
'37, '38, '39, President Student Council '39,
Hi-Y '38, '39, Reporter '39, Junior Play '38,
Marshall '38, Journalism Club '38, '39,
Home Economics Club '36, '37.
Still water rum deep.
lglgme Economics Club '36, '37, French Club
SARAH ELIZABETH JACKSON
She hnowr .ro much to be Jo .rmall
And we like her one and all.
Latin Club '36, '37, Glee Club '36, Dramatic
Club '36, Hi-Y '38, '39, State Treasurer '39,
Journalism Club '38, '39, Typing Editor '39,
LAFAMAC Staff '39, Debating Club '39,
Boosters Club '36.
RUPERT WATSON JERNIGAN, JR.
For knowledge, too, ir in itrelf a power.
Hi-Y '37, '38, '39, Student Council '36, '37,
'38, '39, Journalism Club '38, '39, Booster
Club '36, Football '38, Vice-President Soph-
omore Class '37, President Hi-Y '39, Treas-
urer Hi-Y '38, Vice-President Student Council
lgusiness Manager LAFAMAC '39, Mar-
s a 18.
MARY ELIZABETH ,JOHNSON
This cute little girl if full of life and pep-
If you're in trouble, go to Mary Lib for help.
Glee Club '36, '37, '38, Latin Club '36,'37,
Dramatic Club '36, '37, Junior Chaminade
Club '36, '37, Home Economics Club '36,
'37, Journalism Club '38, '39, Chairman
Junior Debating Club '37, Girls' Hi-Y '38,
Basketball '37, '38, Secretary Senior Class
EDWARD MELVIN JOYNER
The rearonx for hir popularity are not
hard to define:
He ir rincere and friendly with a very
Brockenridge, San Antonio, Texas, High School
'36, '37, Football '37, Baseball '36, '37,
Tennis '37, Track '36, '37. Balboa, Panama,
High School '38, Monogram Club '38, Dra-
matic Club '38, Football '38, Baseball '38,
Tennis '38, Basketball '38. Fayetteville High
School: Hi-Y '39, Dramatic Club '393 Foot-
ball '39, Tennis '39, Basketball '39S Treas-
urer Senior Class '39.
Sincere, ohliging, and iayour too,
If you're her friend, 1he'll .ftick to you.
Through toil and Jorrow, through thick and
She har a handrhake and a grin.
13 Stenos Club '39.
Still they gazed, and .still their wonder grew,
Tha! one Jmall head could carry all Jhe knew.
Glee Club '36, Debating Club '36, '37, Latin
Club '36, '37, Secretary Latin Club '37, Home
Economics Club '36, '37, 13 Stenos Club
'39, Vice-President Club '39, Student Coun-
cil '38, '39, Secretary Student Council '39,
LAFAMAC Staff '39, Secretary Sophomore
Class '37, Editor-in-Chief Sophomore News-
paper '37, Vice-President Senior Class '39,
Here'J to Charlet, true ir he,
And a good friend, ar you can ree.
Band '36, '37, '38, Hi-Y '38, '39, Tennis
Club '38, Dramatic Club '39, Head Cheer
Leader '39l Journalism Club '38, '39, Debat-
ing Club '39, Treasurer Debating Club '39.
CHARLES WATSON LAWHON
Warren lawhon if quite a Jhiek,
He change: girl: every week.
Latin Club '36, '37, '38, '39, Band '37,
Hi-Y '39, Debating Club '39, Journalism
Club '38, '39i Cheer Leader '39, LAFAMAC
Staff '393 Senior Play '39, Dramatic Club
'39, Boosters' Club '36, Triangular Debater
'39, Wake Forest Debater '39.
I-Ie'r a good worker and witly too-
Yoa never ree him rad and hlne.
English Club '37, Debating Club '37.
With a bandfome face, hath joyful and gay,
jazrk glider along and nmally haf hir way.
Baldwin High School, Montgomery, Alabama.
'36. Lanier High School, Montgomery, Ala-
bama, '37. Fayetteville High School: Hi-Y
'38, '39g Journalism Club '38, '393 French
Club '39, Tennis '38, 392 Basketball '39.
"A little rtrncinre parked,
So clore with mental rpzceryf'
Commercial Club '38, '39Z Debating Club
'36, '37, '39I Glee Club '36, '37, '38, '39s
Latin Club '36, '37g Home Economics Club
'36g Class Editor of LAFAMAC '39l Journal-
ism Club '38, '391 Museum Club '38, Dra-
matic Club '36.
JoI-IN GUE MCGUGAN
"I-Ie'5 not afraid to .ray hir Jay,
Though the whole world be againrt him."
Band '37, '38, '39, Boys' Hi-Y Club '39:
Dramatic Club '39,
ANNE AGNES MCINNIS
Her very frownr are fairer far,
Than xrnzlef of other maidenr are.
Glee Club '36, Debating Club '36, '37 and
Secretary of Debating Club '37g Latin Club
'36, '37 and Treasurer of Latin Club '373
Home Economics Club '36, '37, Commercial
ALICE MARGUERITE MCLAURIN
Some girlr are dainty, ,come are rweet,
Brit none .ro lovable ar our Margrierite.
13 Stenos Club '38.
VERA ELEANOR MCLAURIN
"For .the war fer' the quiet kind
Whore nature never ifarrerf'
Glee Club '37g Latin Club '36,
The rimple. Jilent, Ielf-len man, ir worth a
world of zongnerterr.
"If he will, he will. and yon may depend
If he ufon't, he won't and that'r the
end of it."
Monogram Club '35, '36, '37, '38, Football
'35, '36, '37, '38g Baseball '35, '36: Boxing
'37, '38, Captain of Football Team '38,
W'e mari have a rearon for Jpeech,
Bn: we need none for rilenve.
Band '35, '36, '37, '38, '391 Glee Club '36,
'37, Baseball '35, '36, Vice-President of Band,
MARY LOU MCNEILL
Very quiet and rtudiozu if the.
A better pupil there rould rtol be.
Glee Club '35, '36, '37, Home Economics
"Laugh and the world la.fzg'1I willy yon.
Weep and you weep alone."
Hamlet High School '36, '37: Class Secre-
tary and Treasurer '36, '37, Girl Reserves '37,
U Fayetteville High School: Girls' Hi-Y '38,
'39, Journalism Club '38, '39, Class Prophet
1 '39, French Club '39,
MM HELEN MANN
ll'r not beralue yo1t're jolly
Anil never tt trifle blne.
lt'r not beware your wordi'
Are newer flow and few,
But the reaxon we all love you
IJ flljl became you're you.
Debatefs Club '36, '37, Latin Club '36, '37,
Home Economics Club '37, Library '35,
Dramatic Club '36, I3 Stenos Club '39, Bas-
ketball '39, Cheer Leader '39,
EULA MARILYN MILLER
Willa hair ro dark and eyer to brown,
A gzrl wbo'll newer turn you down.
Battleboro High School '36, Fayetteville High
School: Home Economics Club '36, Latin
Club '37, Basketball '36.
MARJORIE MARGARET MORRIS
A lwppy ilnile 1l:Iut',f 4 joy to ree,
And tu nite at anyone can be.
Home Economics Club '38, Latin Club '35,
You cannot find them anywhere,
Lzke lamrenre, polzle and rure.
The bert hearted boy you ever knew,
He'I A good friend and a good rtudent, too.
Latin Club '36, '37, '38, '39, Library '38,
Band '37, '38, 391 Orchestra '39, Boys'
Fred ir 4 fine butirrerr man
Alwayt willing to do what he run.
Radio Club '36, '37, Boys' Hi-Y Club '39,
French Club '38, High School Candid Cam-
era Club '39, Boys' Vocational Club '39,
Stamp Club '36, Journalism Club '39, Class
ELSIE LOUISE PEOPLES
She ir 4 ebeerful little lan,
And tfery popular with the clan.
Glee Club '36, '37, '38, '39, Home Eco-
nomics Club '39.
JAMES R. PITTMAN, JR.
falner if a friend tlJat'r true
And 4 good rport, through and llvroltgh.
Golf '37, '38, Football '38, '39, Baseball '37,
Track '38, Monogram Club '38, '59, Boys'
Hi-Y Club '38, '39,
4 yd, at
MARY T. PITTMAN
There wa: a little girl and the had red hair,
She wax ro ifery ,vufeet and oh, .ro very fair.
Wilmington High School: Glee Club '35. '36.
Grare if rweet, happy, and gay,
Helping otherr along the way.
Jefferson High, Washington, D. C., '35. Fay-
etteville High School: Glee Club '35, '36.
'37, '38, '39 and Secretary of Glee Club '36:
Home Economics Club '36, '373 Science Club
373 Debating Club '36g Dramatic Club '36g
Basketball '35, '36, '37, '58, '39.
JAMES WILLIAM RAEFORD
You alwayr :ee him with a Jmile on hir fare-
No one could pouibly take hir place.
Salesmanship Club '373 Radio Club '361
Science Club '37: High School Candid Cam-
era Club '39L Boys' Vocational Club '39.
What thi: girl .ftartt out to do,
She finirheJ right, I'm telling yoa.
Latin Club '36, '37.
JACK LEON RATTS
jack game to ur late in the game
Bat hu knowledge har won him fame
Biscoe High School '36, '37, '38. Fayette-
ville High School '39, Orchestra '39, French
Happy at work, happy at play,
Laughing and talking all the day.
ALFRED MARVIN RIDDLE
The bert hearted boy you ever knew,
I-Ie'J a good Ittident and an athlete, too.
Elise Academy: Debating Club '36, '37g Glee
Club '36, '37Q President of Boys' Glee Club
'36, '37g Football '36, '37g Baseball '36, '37:
Awarded Citizenship Medal '36, '37. Fay-
etteville High School: Football '35, '36g
Science Club '35: Football '38.
ELISE DUNN ROUSE
AJ Editor-in-Chief of our LAFAMAC
She'I made herielf a name.
No ohttacle will ever make her turn bark.
She'J well on the road to fame.
Latin Club '36, '37, '3S3 Dramatic Club '36,
'37g Junior Play '38g Home Economics Club
'37: Debater's Club '37, '38, '39 and Presi-
dent of Debating Club '39, Secretary of De-
bating Club '38g Triangular Debater '38g
Marshal '38g Girls' Hi-Y Club '38, '39,
Editor-in-Chief of LAFAMAC '393 Girl Scout
'37g Prettiest Girl '393 Good Citizenship Pil-
grim '39L Journalism Club '38, '39,
Her lowing wayx, her manner Jzuact. ,
Charm all thoxe .rhe iihancer to meelijf 1'
Latin Club '37g Journalism Club '393'Fl'ench -,.
Club '39. ,T JJ
Roy ROBERT SAPPINGTON 8,7 X jf'
Wfhezz thingf look dark and gloomy all lg 'x,'
the while -fl .A 4 JJ
Roy can amally make at fmile. , , '
GLADYS JACKSON SESSOMS
A dafhing brunette ar one can fee.
And very popular we all agree.
Latin Club '36, '37 and President of Latin
Club '37, Glee Club '38 and President of
Glee Club '38, Girls' Hi-Y '38, '39 and
President of Hi-Y '39, Journalism Club '38,
'39, LAFAMAC Staff '39, Cheer Leader '39,
Junior Play '38, Dramatic Club '39, Best-
All-Round Girl '39.
BETTY PAIGE SHEPHERD
Betty ir a newcomer to our flair,
And a ifery popular little lair.
Greenwood High School '36: Hobby Club
'35, '36. John Marshall High School, Rich-
mond, Va.: Lynx Club '37, '38, Dudes Club
'38, Basketball '36, Gym '37, Fayetteville
High School: 13 Stenos Club '39,
ROBERT STEPHEN SHERMAN
When lhere if romething to be done
Robert ir there on the run.
A dependable worker ir he
And gem rerulli that all can ree.
Boys' Hi-Y Club '38, '39, Band '36, '37, '38,
39: Orchestra '39, LAFAMAC Staff '39, Latin
Club '36, '37, Glee Club '37.
EVELYN ROSE SIMON
A bright young girl with prim little ufayr
When Evelyn if your friend,
Your friend ,the Jrayf.
Home Economics Club '36, '37, Junior Cham-
inade '36, Sophomore Debating Club '37,
Girls' Hi-Y Club '39, LAFAMAC Staff '39,
FRANCES LOUISE SLOAN
Blond and darhing, farefree and gay.
The kind of girl who hrightem our way.
Journalism Club '38, '39, Latin Club '36,
'37, Girls' Hi-Y Club '38, '39, Copy Editor
for LAFAMAC '39, Sophomore Debating Club
'37, Basketball '36, Editor-in-Chief of Our Ink
ETHEL JONES STEVENS
.Yhe doe,rn'l talk imzfh il ii Irlze,
For Jilence ii golden, we Jay.
But .the doer more than "I or you"
And we talk the live long day.
Home Economics Club '36, '37, Latin Club
'36, '37, '38, '393 Debating Club '36, '37Z
Girls' Hi-Y '38, '393 Junior Chaminade '36
ROBERT GLENN STEVENS
"Let my deep Jilenze Jpeak for me."
Band '36, '37, '38, '39,
MARY KATHERINE STONE
A friend to me, a friend to yon.
She'J a Jhark al harkelhall loo.
Home Economics Club '36, '37, Debating
Club '37, Glee Club '36, '37, Latin Club
'36, '37, 13 Stenos Club '39, Basketball '56,
JACK BRYAN STUBBS
A ,rleady boy with a goal in ifiew,
And willing to work to Jee it through,
Maury High, Norfolk, Virginia, '36, '37, 38.
Fayetteville High School '39: Most Courteous
Not too Jerioiu. not too gay.
flu! a jolly little girl, in her mln way.
FRANCES ELIZABETH SYKES
Here'J lo the girl with a heart and a .tmilo
That make! lhe bubble of life uiorlh while.
Raleigh High School '35, Music Club '33
MARY COIT TILLINGI-IAsT
Pep, ufitdom, joy and everything worth
Mary Coil haf them all, film u 1'ery
Debating Club '36, 37: Home Economics Club
36, '37, Latin Club '36, '37, '38, '39:
Girls' l-li-Y Club 38, '39L LAFAMAC Stal?
39: Dramatic Club '39.
"The romhined qmzlitiet of a gentlemtm. 41
Jtudent, and a great athlete."
Monogram Club '37, '38, '39, Boys' Hi-Y
Club '39: Best-All-Round Boy '39: Most
Valuable Football Player '39: Football '36
'37, '38, '39, Boxing '38, Track '38, Base
A good name if heller than 11 prcrittlu
Museum Club '37, Latin Club '36, '37, '38,
'39g Boys' Hi-Y Club '38, '39 and Treasurer
of Hi-Y '38.
MARGARET E. TRIPP
An ulhlefe beyond vompare,
And in her .ftudief very rare.
Latin Club '36, '37: Debating Club '36, '37
Science Club '37, Radio Club '36, Tennis '37
'38, Basketball '38.
"ThuronghneI1 if the key In mrcei,r,"
Latin Club '36, '37, '38, '39: Boys' Hi-Y
Club '38, '39 and Secretary of Hi-Y '38,
HESTER LEE UNDERWOOD
Rafe t'0lI1170IH1d of qualify, noble and inte
With plenty of good Jeme and good humor
Glee Club '363 Home Economics Club '36
'37g Debating Club '36,
HARRIS M. VINOKUR
Ambition, penonalily, arhiererzlent-
Harru ha! all theie lo hit tredit.
Debating Club '36, '39, Dramatic Club '36,
Latin Club '36, '37, '38, '39: Science Club
'37, '38g Boys' Hi-Y Club '39Z Journalism
Club '38, '39: LAFAMAC Stat? '39.
MAYME CLYDE WARD
Tall, atlraclire and fair.
Alwayf milling to do her Jhare.
Dramatic Club '36, '37, '38, Latin Club '3S:
Basketball '38, '39, Captain '39.
JESSIE H. WARREN
jamie it true, Tweet and kind,
A better friend you'll newer find,
Home Economics Club '39.
MILDRED CATHERINE WATSON
Alufayr Jmiling, never .rad,'
Shelf the kind that never getf mad.
Pineland Junior College '34: Basketball '34,
RAYMAN LAMAR WILLIAMS
He'I a good friend and witty, too,
You newer tee him .rad or blae.
A lady killer, a Jtadent bright,
Whalerfer he doex, he doex right.
XVilson High School '36,
BETTIE LONDON WOOTEN
A lady born. a lady bred,
And in addition a fine level haed.
Latin Club '36, '37 and Secretary of Latin
Club '37: Home Economics '36, 373 De-
bating Club '371 Girls' Hi-Y Club '33, '39
and Treasurer of Hi-Y '38 and Vice-President
of Hi-Y '39: ,l0urnalism Club '38, '39 and
Presidenr of Journalism Club '391 Dramatic
Club '39: LAFAMAC Staff '39.
With the boyf, he'J a friend maker-
With the girlr, he'J a heart breaker.
Museum Club '37, Vice-Presiclentg Boys' Hi-Y
Club '37, '38, '39 and Secretary '37 and
Vice-President '39l Journalism Club '38, '39g
Student Council '38, '39g Latin Club '36, '37,
'38, '39Q LAFAMAC Staff '39, President of
Senior Class '393 Treasurer '38, Social Com-
mittee '38, '39.
Seniors whose pictures Eu ,Hut Qppsar
"WiJe lu rerolrfe, patient to perform,"
J. L. JOHNSON
Fond of athletic! and a good time loo,
I. L. ir a friend to me and to lyou.
MARY CATHERINE MELVIN M '
Sober, quiet, patient, and demare-
A friend of whom you're alwayr If e.
Glee Club '36, '37.
jimmy liket Jporlt. la him they're a treat:
He'd rather play football any day than eat.
Thank you so much for the lovely graduation present. I still can hardly
believe that high school days are over. Can you?
Do you remember our first day at high school? We were so scared! And
then, remember our first class meeting, when we elected officers. If you remem-
ber, George Burriss was president, Frank Burton, vice-president, and Patsy
Miller was secretary and treasurer. And then we selected for our class colors
blue and gold, for our flower the sweet pea, and for our motto "Truth Conquers
All Things." At Commencement, that year, when Patsy Miller won the Schol-
arship prize, we were so proud of her!
After that, you left. We missed you 50 much.
In September, '36, we began our second year of high school. A few mem-
bers of the class were missing, there were a few new ones. For this year Frank
Burton was president, Rupert Jernigan, vice-president, Mary Kennedy, secre-
tary, and Anne Mclnnis, treasurer. Nothing of special importance happened
to us that year.
In the fall of 1937, we came back again as juniors. George Burriss and
Frank Burton again were president and vice-president. Agnes Howard was
secretary and Sam Wright was treasurer. In the spring of '38 we gave a Spanish
Junior-Senior CI wrote about thatb. Robert Lee was chief marshall that year.
Elise Rouse was the junior debater and Anne Burkehead won the Junior
Stedman Essay prize.
Then at last we became seniors. We could sit on the front seats in chapel,
be the first to leave, and use the senior steps.
Our officers for this all-important year were: Sam Wright, president, Mary
Kennedy, vice-president, Eddie Joyner, secretary, and Mary E. Johnson, treas-
urer. We finally picked these superlatives: Prettiest Girl-Elise Rouse, Most
Courteous Girl and Boy-Cantey DeVane and Jack Stubbs, Best All-Round
Girl and Eoy-Gladys Sessoms and Harold Townsend, Most Dependable Girl
and Boy-Agnes Howard and Rupert Jernigan, Most Popular Girl and Boy-
Mary Huske and Eddie Joyner.
Donlt you think that we've had four very nice years of high school? I do.
Write and tell me how youlve been getting along.
L -i"N-16, g.Lxa.L,ELl.
Miss GLADYS SEssoMs Heaven,
Dean of Girls April 26, 1955
New York, New York
Upon hearing that you were so ill, I decided to write you. That was a year ago. I was
disappointed not to find you here, so I take it for granted you're still "hanging on."
Well, things have happened quickly. After I left you at the hospital, I saw Billy McLeod
with Elise C"Gay Divorcee"D Rouse, and the dire shock of seeing him with a specimen of
the female sex was too much. I fainted. When I awoke, I was surrounded by nurses. Eleanor
Acker, Marcelle Bullard, Mary Frances Hall, Olga Kanos, Doris Ragan, and Mildred Watson
were all looking at me and trying, I guess, to figure out whether or not I was real. In a small
while three more nurses, Margaret Tripp, Marilyn Miller, and Jessie Warren came in, fol-
lowed by, of all people, Doctor Dick Hurdis and Doctor Sam Wright with his inseparable
assistants, Carter Twine and David Trice. With apologies for the on-lookers, Sam asked if E
were ready for him to operate. That was too much! I died.
After Doctor james Pittman helped them pronounce me truly dead, I was sent to the
Lee Tatum-La Marr Williams funeral home. Here Katherine Sanson, Grace Quicke, and
Ruby Hubbard, beauticians, tried to fix my hair so that I'd at least be buried a good-looking
From the funeral home I was flown to my cemetery in a plane piloted by John Mc-
Gugan and jack Lunday. The Zooki of things almost made me wish I were alive again.
Then the funeral. Do funerals make you nervous, Gladys? Your being so sick. . . Harold
Townsend and Charles Broadfoot conducted my funeral. There were so many prominent
people present. Doctor Charles King was there. Doctor Watson Lawhon was among the rest,
and he certainly looked sad. They say he still can't make up his mind whether to return
to kindergarten or not. CLea Brown is the principal-or principle-have it your way.J The
famed business man, james Norris, was surrounded by his secretaries and stenographers,
Mayme Ward, Hester Underwood, little Mary Kennedy Cwho is actually beginning to grow
-two inches D, Helen Mann, Catherine Melvin, and Mary Louise McNeill. Thurman Bishop,
james Raeford, and Howard Brown, the wealthy automobile factory owners, were sad on-
lookers. I think they really came to hear Fred Owen make his speech-which was very touch-
ing. Robert Bagley and Inez Dew wrote up my funeral for the "Happy Herald," Mary Huske's
society newspaper which is printed by Glenn Stevens. Robert Sherman rendered "Rocked in
the Cradle of the Deep", Thelma Beasley sang too, accompanied by Lucille Baker at the
piano. Then the funeral ended. They covered me with dirt-not any too reverently, either.
Gladys, getting here is an easy matter, but I had to have my lawyers, Mary Elizabeth
Johnson and Harris Vinokur, argue Saint Peter into admitting me. Imagine the humiliation!
I 'll stand by you, though. '
Not so much occurred until recently. Anne Evans, the New York Times star reporter,
died of a broken heart in spite of the faithful administering of Doctor Annie Boone. Anne
and I have done a great deal of talking lately. She told me that joe Melvin and Gregory
Holmes own the worldis largest department stores, and they have hired, it seems, everything
from clerks to stenographers and secretaries-all coming from Fayetteville. Minnie Lou
Genes, Vera McLaurin, Elizabeth Sykes, Marjorie Morris, and Elsie Peoples are clerks. Ste-
nographers for the firm are: Marguerite McLaurin, Kathryn Stone, Dorothy Sykes, Pauline
Hall, and Frances Askea. Sarah Jackson and Kathleen McBennett are the chief secretaries.
Bobby Baucum helps manage the home town store. Howard Grifhn, Frank Burton, and Cecil
Lee keep the accounts, L. G. Dew and William Driver take care of all important books and
records. Wonder how many nights a week the owners Cwho told me they were out to be
"ladies'-men'i?J work-with the secretaries or stenographers? And, oh yes, Paul Autry, whom
I always wanted to be a preacher, drew up the plans for the Fayetteville building.
Speaking of buildings, I guess you've heard of the awful Jernigan fire. They say Rupert's
business was all but ruined. He runs a Parisian style shop, you know. Anne Burkhead gave
up her "dramatic career" so that she and Betty Paige Shepherd could design the gowns. Eve-
lyn Rose Simon tries to sell them to prospective customers, and the customers wear them-
they hope. Fires really are awful things, often resulting in much tragedy. Are you sure your
hospital is fire-proof? If not, call on inventor Francis Bullard for help. No use burning until
you have to.
Of course you want to know what has happened to Eddie Joyner. Anne found out all
about it from Mary Pittman, who is the telephone operator in the Joyner "Lovely Ladies'
Luxuries" building. He sells all sorts of beauty hints to the young women of the world.
Anne Mclnnis is practically boss of the firm, Ruth Fuqua and Frances Jackson aid her. Ira
Blue Canady keeps an account of the firm's debts. Lacy Geddie and Ralph Hall test the
creams for impurities.
Speaking of beauties, I hear that Roy Sappington is in the U. S. Coastguard service. Do
lovely girlsturn over in boats? Or what do the coast-guards do?
So Stacy Hair pulls teeth! And J. L. Johnson, Frank McFayden, Jim McLeod, Robert
McMillan, Thomas Cheshire, and Laurence Nichols are getting wealthy selling tobacco. Will
you need to borrow money for funeral expenses?
Guess what! Bettie London Wooten and Mary Coit Tillinghast have run away to Holly-
wood! Bettie London was the world's loveliest debutante, and Mary Coit was teaching ex-
pression. Teaching reminds me: Agnes Howard teaches English, Jackie Herring, health and
physical education, Ethel Stevens, home economics in Lea Brown's school. When it comes
to "home," has Frances Sloan married yet? I hear she's succeeded in making quite enough
money in her athletic work to support them both. And has Cantey DeVane chosen between
her loyalty to the Navy and marrying into the Army?
School reminds me of something else Anne said. She told me that engineers of all types
are as prominent as Hitler was when we were young. She remembered about all of them:
Fred Crowson, Jimmy Coiner, Billy Byrd, George Burriss, Von Autry, Bryan Beckwith, Jack
Ratts, Alfred Riddle, Jack Rhodes, and James Roberts are a few.
And last but not least, in the way of peace and quiet, the president has just sent Jack
Stubbs over to some far-off country to see what Jack can do to promote peace. It's really
nice up here.
Perhaps I'd better stop now. I just wanted to write you a letter to cheer you up. I hope
I'll see you soon.
Your loving friend,
last EIU ant Ulfestament
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF CUMBERLAND
CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE
WE, the Class of '39 of Fayetteville High School, being of supposedly sound mind
and having a high standard of character, do now hereby declare and publish certain
properties and effects that we have obtained during the four years of our adventurous
journey. We do will and bequeath the following:
SECTION I, ARTICLE
SECTION I, ARTICLE
models of perfection.
SECTION I, ARTICLE
SECTION I, ARTICLE
and Council leading.
SECTION I, ARTICLE
a successful organization.
SECTION I, ARTICLE
interest in our annual.
I: To F. H. S., our fond memories of high school days.
II: To the faculty, the privileges of using us as shining
III: To Mr. Sisk, our hearty appreciation for his interest
IV: To Mr. Harrill, our thanks for his staunch support
V: To the Parent-Teacher Association, our best wishes for
VI: To the Merchants, our gratitude for another year's
SECTION II, ARTICLE I: To the junior Class, we leave all of our Senior privi-
leges and the enjoyment of editing the 1940 LAFAMAC.
SECTION II, ARTICLE II: To the Sophomores, we leave our school loyalty,
hoping they will maintain this school spirit.
SECTION II, ARTICLE III: To the Freshmen, we leave our excellent patterns
and our colors, blue and gold.
SECTION III, ARTICLE I: We, Gladys Sessoms, Helen Mann, Charles King, and
Watson Lawhon, do will and bequeath our "clap, clap, clap" method to the oncoming
I, Jack Lunday, do will and bequeath my ingrowing toenail to Frank Everett.
I, Mary Huske, do will
and bequeath my blank mind and title "Porky" to Betty
I, Eddie Joyner, do will and bequeath my memory to May Bob Downs.
I, Betty London Wooten, do will and bequeath my old maidish ways and spinster-
like airs to Oneida Bowles.
I, Sam Wright, do will and bequeath my study room key to Clarence Olive.
I, Robert Sherman, do will and bequeath all past French knowledge to the highest
I, Evelyn Rose Simon, do will and bequeath my giggles to Mary jane Brothers.
I, Jimmy Coiner, do will and bequeath my screechy voice to Elmer Yow.
I, Eleanor McRae, do will and bequeath my boy friends to Hazel Ponton.
I, Lea Brown, do will and bequeath my manly size to Jean Lyon.
I, Carter Twine, do will and bequeath my attractive feet and small toes to Stanley
I, Cantey DeVane, do will and bequeath my big brown eyes to William Hedgepeth.
I, Mary Elizabeth johnson, do will and bequeath my studiousness to Anna Louise
In witness whereof we, the said Senior Class of Fayetteville High School, do hereunto
set our hand and seal, this january twentieth, nineteen thirty-nine.
THE SENIOR CLASS
PAUL AUTRY, Termfor
HELEN SHAW RAYMOND CROWSON
Vice-Prefidenl Secretary and Treasurer
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CLASS COLORS: Purple and White FLOWER: Sweet Pen
JUNIOR CLASS POEM
Move on, O Seniors,
You are mighty and bold,
But the Juniors are heading
For your long-cherished goal. A
Firm and steady we stand in our place.
Always alert and always awake
We strive to keep our upward pace.
May 1940 bring you great success
And to us bring happiness.
MARY CATHERINE BASS, STANLEY BETTS, ANNIE MAE BLOODWORTH, HELEN BOLTON, RUTH BOWERS
VIRGINIA BRIDGES, TOON BRITT, HELEN BROOKS, MARY JANE BROTHERS, J. D. BRUTON,
VERA BUTLER, CROWELL CALLAHAN, ANNE CHUNNJOHN COX, RAYMOND CROWSON, MIRIAM DEMPSEY
MARY DOTSON, MAY BOB DOWNS, SARAH LOUISE DUNNEGAN, FRANK EVERETT, ANNA LOUISE FAKE
ETHEL FOUSHEE, FREIDA FRIEDRICH, NORVA GARDNER, HILDA HALL, DAVIS HAMILTON,
lf ' 1 A
i 3 , 5
9 MARY HESKETH, JEAN HOLLINGSWORTH, ELIZA HOLMES, IRA JERNIGAN, HESCHOL JOHNSON,
MARY JANE KELLY.
CASSIE LEWIS, FRANCES LOY, MARY BROOKE LUCAS, JEAN LYON, RICHARD MALLONEE, NIARIE MILLER.
ELI MONSOUR, MARGUERITE MCBENNETT, ANNIE MCDOUGALD, ELIZABETH MCFAIJYEN, KATHERINE
MCGEACHY, MARCUS MCGUGAN.
MARY RANKIN MCKETHAN, MILIJEQEIJ MCLAURIN, KATHERINE MCIVER, HELENE NYE, CLARENCE OLIVE,
JEAN PENNY, MARGARET PEOPLES, HAZEL PONTON, HERBERT PORTER, HELEN RAOAN,
I - , ,
DEWEY RIDDLE, J. P. RIDDLE, KATHERINE RIGGSBEE, LILIAN ROSENFELD, JANE ROYSTER, EDITH RUPPE
JACK RUPPE, E. C. SANDERS, LOIS SCOGGINS, HELEN SHAW, MAIIY SHAW, MAEEL SHEPHERD.
MARJORIE SHEPHERD, EDWARD SHUFORD, MELBA SIMMONS, BRUCE SUGGS, ALMA SULLIVAN,
GLORIA SUTTON, FRANCES TANNENBAUM, KATHERINE TATUM, CHARLES TAYLOR, MARGARET TEABEAUT
JAMES VINSON, BERNHARDT WALDENMAIER, HOWARD WATSON, VIRGINIA WATTS, ANNABELLE WEINKLI2
BILLY YEAGO, ELMER YOW.
joE GEDDIL JANE COUNCIL
Vue Prefmfenl Sc cretary and Trearureff
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CLASS COLORS Red and White FLOWER
MOTTO: You Cm If You Think You Can
SONG OF A SOPHOMORE
Once we were all Freshmen,
The freshest little things!
Now we're all Sophomores-
Happy as Queens and Kings!
Next year welll all be juniors-
A thought that makes us sing!
The third year must hold lots in store
CFor juniors think they're everythingj
But Freshman, Junior, or Senior-
Name any one you dare,
Theres more fun being a Sophomore,
For a Sophomore has no care!
-Mary Louire Maynor and
J. D, Bolton
Betty Jane Clayton
Svophnmnre Glass Bull
Mae Murray Grifhn
H. T. MacGill
J. W. Pate
Flossie Mae Kennedy
Mary Louise Owen
Cassie Ann Poole
L. A. Raynor
G. T. Smith
Sara Frances Smith
Lulu Mae White
Edna Earle Williams
Annie Belle Winters
- fr.. .
X V. rg
MARY LOU STACK EVELYN BARFIELD
Q Vice-Prerldent Secretary and Trearurer
jfreshman Glass X
CLASS COLORS: Blue and Gold
FLOWER: Sweet Pen
Morro: Be the labor great or Jmall,
D0 it well or not at all.
FRESHMAN CLASS POEM
Onward, Freshmen of '39,
just a few more rungs on the ladder to climb,
The barriers may be many,
The rewards may he few,
But keep on climbing,
Ir's up to you.
Up the ladder 'til face to face
You'll see where we'll soon rake the Seniors' place.
A few more fleeting years to go,
And at the end we'll have trophies to show.
Patricia Banks 0
Mary J. Butler
Dorothy Lee Cain
N. J. Bullard
J. L. Creed, Jr,
Jfreshman Clillass Bull
Mary Eleanor ritchlow
Margaret De Rosset
Aimee De Pland
Alida Belle Dougherty
Anne Ray Faircloth
Mary L, Harding
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Lois Mae Lumpkin
Ruby Lee Melton
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Betty Jane Shelt
Mary Katherine Smith
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The iliatifitatiun of the Qinnstitutitm
N NOVEMBER 21, 1789, North Carolina adopted the Constitution of the
United States here in Fayetteville. The Convention called for this purpose
met in the Old State House where now stands our present Market House.
During the fire of 1831, the Old State House, as well as other important
buildings, was destroyed. Shortly afterwards our present Market House was
built. This November 21 was a great day in our Cape Fear village and a great
day for the state, as North Carolina was next to the last state in the Union. to
accept the Constitution. She had rejected it for the lack of a bill of rights guar-
anteeing the individual liberties of the citizens and so had remained a sovereign
independent state for more than a year after our Nation was formed. The
Assembly had been in session several weeks prior to the ratification day.
Presiding over the Senate of the General Assembly was Richard Caswell who
some years before had been the first governor to be elected by the people.
Sorrow came to the body when this great statesman was stricken with paralysis
on the fifth of November, dying five days later. Many noted men were mem-
bers of this Assembly, among them Wiley jones, Nathaniel and John Macon,
Samuel Spencer. Picture the excitement of these days preceding the ratification
when heated arguments filled the Hall of the Old State House and oratory
abounded-fiowing from the lips of North Carolina's most distinguished sons
of that period. When the vote was finally taken and the Old North State
decided to become one of the United States of America, the Old State House
bell was rung enthusiastically by those favoring-this step.
In recognition of this event one hundred years later, the people of Fayette-
ville had a great centennial celebration, attended by people from all over the
state. A significant thing in connection with this celebration was the fact that
the Marine Band, conducted by Sousa, played Dixie for the first time amidst
a tremendous outburst of enthusiasm.
In November, 1939, the entire State will celebrate the Sesquicentennial of
this memorable occasion here at Fayetteville.
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ELISE DUNN ROUSE
BETTY LONDON WOOTEN
MISS N EWTON
SA M WRIGHT
1 MARY HUSKE
EVELYN ROSE SIMON
MARY COIT TILLINGHAST
MARY HUSKE, Prefidemg TOON BRITT, Vine-Prefidenn MARY KENNEDY, Secretary' RAYMOND CROWSON, CLARICE
FOUSHEE, AGNES HOWARD, RUPERT JERNIGAN, FRANCES JOHNSON, KATHERINE MCGEACHY, MARY RANKIN
IVICKETHAN, RACHEL PINKSTON, NORWOOD TILLINCHAST, THURMAN WILLIAMS, SAM WRIGHT.
RAYMOND CROWSON, Chief Mfmlmlx HERBERT PORTER, ELIZABETH MCFAYDEN, HAZEL PONTON.
HELENE NYE, ELMER Yow, ONEIDA BOWLES, CLARENCE OLIVE, EDWARD SHUEORD.
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WATSON LAWHON ANNA LOUISE FAKE
ELISE DUNN ROUSE MARGARET TEABEAUT
Resolved-that the United States should form
an alliance with Great Britain.
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Preiidenl Vife-Prexidem Seoretury
CHARLES KING Miss LUCILLE GAINEY
Treasurer Family Adviier
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GLADYS SESSOMS, Prefidemq BETTY LONDON WOOTEN, Vice-Prenldemg LEA BROWN, Secretary' HELEN SHAW,
Trea.rurer.' MARY HUSKE, Reporterg MARY JANE BROTHERS.
ANNE BURKHEAII, CANTEY DEVANE, MAY BOB DOWNS, ANNE EVANS, SARAH JACKSON,
MARY ELIZABETH JOHNSON.
JEAN LYON, ELIZABETH MCFADYEN, KATHERINE MCGEACHY, ELEANOR MCRAE, HAZIEL PONTON,
JANE ROYSTER, EVELYN ROSE SIMON, FRANCES SLOAN, ETHEL STEVENS, MARY COIT TILLINGHAST.
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RUPERT JERNIGAN, PreJident,' SAM WRIGHT, Vice-Prefidentg CARTER TWINE, Secretary, DAVID TRICE, Treayurerg
CHARLES KING, Sergeant ur Afmyg PAUL AUTRY.
VON AUTRY, FRANCIS BULLARD, JIMMIE COINER, JOHN MCGUGAN, LACY GEDDIE, GREGORY HOLMES.
DICK HURDIS, EDWARD JOYNER, WATSON LAWHON, JACK LUNDAY, JIMMIE NORRIS, CLARENCE OLIVE.
FRED OXVEN, JAMES PITTMAN, ROBERT SHERMAN, HAROLD TOWNSEND, HARRIS VINOKUR.
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EVERETT, Reporlcr: LEWIS DAVIS AND JOE GIEDDIIE, Drum Majofzvq MR. 1015 HAMRICK, Director.
Glennie CHZILIBMJ 'A
MR. BRICKLEMEYER, Coach
FRANCES JOHNSON, Prefidenzg JUDITH VINOKUR,ViCe-P4'6Jicie1'LZ,' BETTY JANE CLAYTON, Sewemry
MAFALDA MILLIGAN, Trea.fwef,- Mlss BESSIE COWAN, Adwfer.
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DOROTHY SUTTON, IJreImle1zz.' DIANE DICKINSON, Vice-Premiem' ELEANOR MCRAE, Sw-emryq PAUL
AIITIIY, Reporzerq MISS ELIZABETH LILES, Admer.
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THELMA BEASLEY, I're.Iif!e1zz.' MARY KENNEDY, Vice-Pre,I'if!w11.' LUCILLE BAKER, Secreznry.
HELITN MANN, ANNE MCIINNIS, RUTH FUQIIA, MARGUFRITI3 MQLAURIN, SARAH jAc:KsON, BETTY
PAXGF SHEPHERD, DOROTHY SYKES, KATHERINE STONE, OLGA KANOS, MARLZARIEI' HAMILTON,
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HELEN SHAW, Prem!e1zr.' KATHERINE MCGEAEHY, Vice-Prem!enz.' JANE COUNCIL, Secremry:
ELIZABETH MCFADYEN, T1'ea.Izn'e1'.
ORSE-RACING was the favorite sport of this time. The races were usually
held over a period of three days. The town was crowded with visitors,
bets ran high, and excitement pervaded the entire community. Each day was
usually ended with a ball, attended by the fashion and beauty of the surround-
ing country. At first, quarter racing was pursued with great spirit. It was a
quarter mile race by two or more horses along parallel lines, streets sometimes
being used for the purpose. Later course racing was carried on, and then jockey
clubs formed-and soon more care was given to the training of the horses.
The interest in horse racing very likely led to the development of the "ring
tournament," a spectacle of horsemanship and pageantry. The rider had to ride
through the rings and carry them on his lance to the judges' stand. The winner
was the one who had removed the greatest number of rings, and he had the
privilege of crowning the "Queen of Love and Beautyfl Often the winner
received a substantial prize as well, for a tournament was often held to raise
money for some worthy purpose. The coronation ceremony which usually
followed at night was a dramatic part of the pageantry, and preceded the
Cockfighting was another sport in general favor. The main usually con-
sisted of twenty-one cocks with a purse of from three to five hundred dollars
a main. Easter Monday was a popular time for cock mains, but there were also
spring and fall contests. On the day of a fight all roads leading to the town
where the main was to be held were alive with carriages, horses, and pedestrians
hastening to the cock pit, which might be at a store, tavern, or in an open space
near the center of the town. Each fowl was armed with long steel pointed
gaffs firmly attached to its spurs, and amid the lusty shouts of the crowds, the
-Betty London Wooierz
JAMES PITTMAN, THURMAN BISHOP, WILEY SNOW, JIM MCLEOD, BILL KANOS, GREGORY HOLMES, L. G. DEW,
PRESTON CUTI-IBERTSON, HAROLD TOWNSEND, JACK RHODES.
BILLY THUNBERC, JAMES SULLIVAN, HERBERT PORTER, FRANCIS BULLARD, MARVIS HOWELL, FRED CROWSON,
LACY GEDDIE, FRANK BURTON, TOON BRITT, LEWIS VESTAL, JOE MELVIN, DIXON MCLEOD, VERNON BASS.
MR. BASS, MR. BRICKLEMEYER, MR. SMITH.
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MCLEOD, JAMES PITTMAN, GREGORY HOLMES, FRED CROWSON, BUDDY THOMPSON.
LEWIS SLOAN, ALEX MCBRYDE, RUPERT JERNIGAN, VERNON BASS, WILEY SNOW, BILLY THUNBERG, HERBERT
PORTER, BILL KANOS, FRANK BURTON, THURMAN BISHOP.
MR. BRICKLIIMEYER, JOE CHANDLER, BRUCE SUGGS, HOWARD BROWN, DIXON MCLEOD, PETE SESSOMS, CARROLL
ADAMS, BILL OLIVE, MR, SMITH, MR. BASS.
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E. M. I. ROCKY MOUNT ELISE ACADEMY
SAN FORD WILSON DURHAM
RALEIGH CLINTON XVILMINGTON
1958 YARDS FROM LINE OF SCRIMMAGE
The 1938 Bulldogs completed their schedule with a record of two wins and seven losses, but the ground-
work was laid for what is hoped will turn out to be a Championship 1939 team. Jim McLeod was captain
Of the squad and Eugene Bricklemeyer, former Carolina athlete, was coach.
FRANK BURTON, JOE MELVIN, BILL KANOS, CAPTAIN GEORGE BURRIss, L. G. DEW, HERBERT PORTER, LACY GEDDIE,
PHILIP MILLER, FRED CRUMBLEY, DICK FORTSON,EDDIE JOYNER, JACK LUNDAY, GUS HAMILTON.
GRAHAM DAVIS, MAX MELVIN, MR. SMITI-I.
SEVENTY FIRST DURHAM CLINTON
5TH F. A. WILSON E. M. I.
MAssEY HILL ROCKY MOUNT CHARLOTTE
WILMINGTON RALEIGH DAVIDSON FROSH
DRIBBLING ALONG WITH THE BOYS
With every prospect of developing into one of the strongest basketball teams to represent the school,
the Bulldogs tackled a very difficult schedule which concluded with games against the strong Charlotte
High team and Davidson freshmen. With 8 lettermen returning, and captained by George Burriss, the
boys had a record of 10 wins and 2 losses at this writing. The team was coached by Wick Smith.
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VANCE MCBRYDE, J. D. FAULKNER, LEWIS VESTAL, HOMER BELCHE, MARION KINLAW.
TED RHODES, SHOTSY ALVIS, CHARLES JONES, BILLY THUNBERG.
JIMMIE BROWN, MARVIS HOWELL, MR. BASS, JIM MCLEOD, HAROLD TOWNSEND.
S C H E D U L E
LINDEN WHITEVILLE CHARLOTTE
LUMBERTON HAMLET STATE MEET
LEATHER GLOVE PUNCHES
Under the able leadership of Coach Tommy Bass, Fayetteville produced a powerful squad of leather-
pushers. Led by Louis Vestal, two times State champion, the locals easily marched through their early
season matches. Marvis Howell, Ted Rhodes, Jim McLeod, Marion Kinlaw, Homer Belche, Vance Mc-
Bryde, and Charlie jones were the Bulldogs' best performers.
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to Fayetteville, which was the great inland mart of trade of North Caro-
lina. Flaxseed, tobacco, wheat, flour, and cotton were annually brought to this
market. This trade was carried on by canvas-topped wagons drawn by horses
as vehicles of transportation. These teams were often set off by circlets of little
bells surmounting their collars which gave out a musical jingle as they plodded
the heavy roads, tossing their heads and quickening their pace at the crack of
the long snake-whip of the teamster. The teamsters preferred to camp in the
outskirts of town on the last night of their journey. A principle and very large
camp was on Haymount, a short distance west of the present water stand-pipe.
Sometimes ten or twelve wagons would drive into this extensive field, one
after another, as the shades of night deepened.
The merchants were conservative and cautious, and as honest as the day,
with their word their bond. They had the full confidence of the folk with whom
The townspeople were fond of gathering at the village stores where every-
thing from molasses to a yard of broadcloth might be purchased, served up
with politics and town gossip. In fair weather the men took their problems
outside and the loafers might sit all day on boxes in the sun whittling away
at a pine stick and spinning yarns. However, the merchants, lawyers, and
planters chose rather to stand in groups at a favorite corner, in front of the
post oflice or on the courthouse steps and discuss the news of the day.
One of the first boats to ply the Cape Fear River bore the name "City of
Fayetteville" and was launched not far from the Clarendon Bridge. There
were many passengers as well as freight boats operated on the river, and a
trip down to Wilmington could be enjoyable as well as profitable. The captain's
crew knew everybody and took a personal interest in the passengers' welfare.
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MARY HUSKE Jack-ass Eating Curlers Interior decorating Floor mopper
"JACKIE" HERRING Ding it! Horseback riding Suspenders Phy. Ed. teacher Old maid
GREGORY HOLMES Hi Tootsie! Hunting Dog Pro football player Farmer
SARAH JACKSON Is that right? Gossiping Belk's Stenographer Boss's wife
MARY E. JOHNSON Why? Riding Gas Lawyer Housewife
EDDIE JOYNER Unique, isn't it? Fixing car Chevrolet West Point Mechanic
RUPERT JERNIGAN Golly! Paper rout Bike Annapolis West Poi t
CHARLES KING Sk-! Cheering Bed Doctor Quack
MARY KENNEDY Gosh darn Reading Typewriter Grow quarter inch Short
BILL MCLEOD ' CNothingJ Hunting Model "Tn Contractor Good-looking
ELEANOR MCRAE Who, me? Piano Hamlet Teach Boxer
JOE MELVIN Hi Slugger! Basketball Tennis racket Pro tennis player Racket Stringer
JOHN MCGUGAN I'll be hanged Movies Airplane Be president W. P. A. worker
VERA MCLAURIN Oh, heck! Reading Books Secretary Housewife
MAR JORIE NORRIS It don't differ Reading I.unch room Secretary Mrs... . .
JIMMY NORRIS Felix! Loafing Car Business man Errand boy
LAWRENCE NICHO S Yeah Fishing Gun Forester Str t cleaner
FRED OWEN Foo to you! Radio Radio Own a radio shop A listener
VON AUTRY Hi! Tennis Purol gas Chemist Ditch digger
FRANCES ASKEA Mama, come get your baby Riding Fort Bragg Stenog Office girl
BILLY BYRD O-Yea! Dancing Glasses Drive without box Dancing teacher
BRYAN BECKWITH How're you doin? Ping-pong Ping pong balls Aviator Air mechanic
ANN BURKHEAD Leah!!! Laughing Ohio Actress Stage-hand
LEA BROWN My cow! Sleeping Beach Weigh 100 Shrimp
FRANCIS BULLARD Oh yeah! Movies Sheep Engineer Miner
BOBBY BAUCOM Dog-on-it Bowling Efird's Business man Office boy
ROBERT BAGLEY Hi-yo silver Sleeping bed Pressman Publisher Newspaper boy
ANNIE BOONE Golly Dancing Algebra Doctor First-aid nurse
JIMMIE COINER Oh yeah! Collecting stamps Voice Civil engineer Conductor
THOMAS C1-IESHIRE Who? Me! Music Guitar Fireman Water-boy
PRESTON CUTHBERTSON Whatcha doin? Hunting Gun Dentist Street grinder
ADVICE TO GIRLS
Don't run around with trackmen, they're too fast.
Let biological men alone, they like to cut up too
A football man will dog he'll tackle anything.
Don't have anything to do with a baseball man, he
hits and runs.
Donit ever talk to band players, they had rather blow
their own horn.
A swimmer will dog he'll dive in and do his best.
WE WOULD DEDICATE TO:
ANN EVANS .......................................................... Deep in a Dream
WATSON LAWHON ....... ................................................ S tar Dust
GLADYS SESSOMS ........ ....................................... F lat Foot Floogie
ELISE ROUSE ............ ......... Y Ou Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby
EDDY JOYNER ............. .......................................... L ambeth Walk
ROBERT SHERMAN ......... ..................... T arzan
HAROLD T OWNSEND ......... ......... J eepers Creepers
CANTEY DEVANE .......... ......... ........ S w eet Someone
ETHEL STEVENS ......... .................................... M y Own
THE ORCHESTRA ..................... ......... A lexander's Ragtime Band
MISS NEWTON ...................................................... Anchors Aweigh
MARY ELIZABETH JOHNSON .......................... Kittens On the Keys
ANN BURKHEAD ............................ Someday My Prince Will Come
KATHLEEN MCBENNETT ................................................ Curly Top
BETTIE PAIGE SHEPHARD ........ We WOn't Be Home Until Morning
EVELYN ROSE SIMON ...... Oh, How I Hate to Get Up in the Morning
MARY KENNEDY ........ .................................................. S mall Fry
BILLY MCLEOD ........ ......... L et Yourself Go
IF WISHES CAME TRUE
present marks would be lost and all memories con-
cerning them be erased.
All right they
parallel reading would be done next summer.
girls would be beautiful.
boys would be rich and Own cars.
clubs would be devoted to jokes and jazz.
freshmen coming up would subscribe to the LAFAMAC.
teachers would give nothing but A's.
such nonsensienlograms as the above would cease.
THE FOLLOWING MAGAZINES HAVE BEEN BOUGHT AND
PLACED UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF-
CANTEY DEVANE .,.........................................
MARY HUSKE ........
FRANK BURTON ....
MISS FISHER ..........
SAM WRIGHT .......
JACK LUNDAY .......
SARAH JACKSON ....
ANN BURKHEAD ....
ROBERT SHERMAN .........
DAVID TRICE ..............
Homes and Garden
MR. HAYNIE ............ ...... P opular Mechanics
CHARLES KING ............ .....
ELEANOR MCRAE ....... . ....
MISS CARRAWAY ....
JIMMY NORRIS .........
BILLY MCLEOD .....
LEA BROWN ..........
MARY ELIZABETH JOHNSON ....... .....
.....Field and Stream
EVELYN ROSE SIMON ............. ..................
GREGORY HOLMES ................ ......... C ountry Gentleman
MR. BAss ..................... ........
To the staunch supporters of the activities of Fayetteville High School, the
Staff of the LAFAMAC, the faculty and student body feel grateful and pledge
their friendship and patronage to all those using the LAFAMAC pages for
display advertising and to the following who have aided in a material way
to our success:
W. H. ADAMS
M. A. BETHUNE
BROADWAY CIGAR STORE
CITY OPTICAL COMPANY
COX GROCERY COMPANY
DRS. CROMARTIE 8: PASCHAL
DAWSONlS JEWELRY STORE
DEVANE LUMBER COMPANY
DOWNING 81 DOWNING
E. H. EVANS
DR. FRANK N. EVANS
FIVE POINT SERVICE STATION
ED. FLEISHMAN 84 BROTHERS
GALLUP INN SERVICE STATION
CHARLES T. HAIGI-I
RUPERT W. HARRISON
P. O. HOFFER
THE MISSES ISAACS
JERNIGAN BODY SHOP
DR. J. H. JUDD
DR. J. A. KOSTERMAN
S. H. KRESS 64 CO.
LAFAYETTE RECREATION PARLOR
DR. KEMP LINDSAY
TERRY A. LYON
MARKET SQUARE BARBER SHOP
M. 8: H. FLORIST
MCCRORY,S 5 8: 10 CENT STORE
MCKETHAN 8: COMPANY, DRUOOISTS
DR. R. M. OLIVE
A. F. PERKINS
P. K. FOOD STORE
PHILLIPS LOAN OFFICE
PUROL SERVICE STATION
THE QUALITY SHOP
A. E. RANKIN 8: COMPANY
RED CROSS CAFETERIA
DR. J. N. ROBERTSON
ROSES 5 8: 10 CENT STORE
ROSENFELD'S FASHION SHOP
W. M. SHAW
A. M. SWARTZ
DR. W. C. VERDERY
WESTERN AUTO STORE
l 6 1
BURKHEAD-DE VANE PRINTING COMPANY
UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS and SUNDSTRAND ADDING MACHINES
SALES and SERVICE
IMMY S GETTING ggyqvy you HM
RAUES SW'-5 youu unoerawooo
HES LW-NED suns rums our
T0 TYPE' NsAr worm
COLLEGE ', , lllJh?1E1BC?2PEND Mons
' Q V rams IN ATHLETIC MA
75Q.5?QQ.F1f ff- F F E
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let An UNDERW
Noiseless Model Illustra ted-
Be Your Helper'
whnmf you do. . . whether you're young Burkhead-De Valle Prlntlng Company
or old . . . an Underwood Portable will help .
you in your writing problems, Let us show Pl'f'l'yfl1lng for the 0fl'iC9
you the new models. Note the new features! .
And see how easy it is to buy-JUST 51.00 218 Franklin Street Fayetteville, N. C. Dral 3007
Min' Weitzel.' Don! you Jorneiimer envy the idle rich?
Mist Gainey: NO! DoeJn't a mul in rny clam have a penny and they can he just as idle at
KEEP IT IN YOUR HOME . .
. . THE PAUSE THAT REFRESHES
FAYETTEVILLE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
Prince Charles Hotel Bldg.
"Say It With Flowers"
Night Phone 2834
T ILDON WALKER, Agent
Dial 2007 Worth Street
Saunders Drug Store
Fresh Drugs of the Highest
Quality at a Price You
Can Afford to Pay
201 Hay Street Fayetteville, N. C.
J. A. Davis 81 Co.
"We Sell the Best for Less"
Lea K ending prayerjf And make Ireland independent.
Mrs. Brown: Why ark Jneh an ahrnrd thing in a prayer?
Lea: I pnt it that way on exam.
Min' Cainey: Who were the four laorxemen?
Eleanor: Paul Revere, Iene james, Theodore Roosevelt, and Barney Google.
lt Must Be as Represented
If lt Comes From-
Easy Credit Terms
Dunn 81 Company
n Goodrich Silvertown
Compliments of Stores
a TIRES BATTERIES RADIOS
Fayetteville High School
228 Hay Street
Fayetteville, N. C.
Your Own Daily Paper
Bork beautiful and dumb
My true love mu!! be:
Beautiful Jo I'll love laer
Ami' dumb Jo Jbe'll love me.
ary: Worr? you have mme cream?
Stanley: Nu, tlaankx, l'fl get it just before I go.
ary: Oh, do have it Hou".
The Senior Class of 1939
FAYETTEVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
PUBLIC WORKS COMMISSION
ofthe CITY of FAYETTEVILLE
A. E. DIXON, Chairman
THURMAN WILLIAMS, Sec. M. E. ATKINSON, Treas
G. M. SCOTT, .Manager J. L. WEATHERS, Sapz.
In he came
Down be wt-
Sauf the quexl
Up be got!
Min Tale: How many Jensex are there?
Wiley Snow: Six.
Min Tate: Indeed! I'm :ur I h
e ave only five.
Wiley Snow: Ye5'm, lhe olher one if common senxe
P. 85 D. Motor Co., Inc.
Frank R. Bailey, Mgr.
DeSoto - Plymouth Dealer
SINCE 1905., Sales and Service
552 Hay Sfffef Dial 4151 312 Franklin sneer Dial 3512
uRoyal Crown" Cola
Healthful - Refreshing
Nehi Bottling Co.
Fayetteville, N. C.
Ed Fleishman and
Fayettevilles Leading Store
Men and Boys
107 Hay Street
H. R. HORNE AND SONS
Druggists Since 1865
Wfhe Prescription Store"
,lack Stuhh UI way.
Paul Autryx Doe! Jhe! She write he 5
J: Doex Eleanor have her o n 9
J r d,ary a week ahead of time.
Galt' Kt'r'fu'rf Ffflrl CUIII'
fe fO-1I1L'l',' Solflf T110 far If wnrv
Compliments Compliments of
THE DRY CLEANERS
CAPITOL DIAL 3410
Jernigan Funeral Home
HFAYETTEVILLES Ambulance Service
206 Gillespie Street
With Every Good Wish for a Successful
and Useful Life . . .
BRANCH BANKING AND TRUST
F ayetteville, North Carolina
H ere 'J
lo the c'lmpero11.r
Ibex fcmvl from clzpizf.
flzfl C'110ll,Qf7 blilna .rx
Yo be ,rzwccfllr frlrpid.
in Carraway: Can you give me an example of waited energy?
ack Lunday: Telling a hair-raising :tory to a bald-headed man.
QUINN 81 MILLER COMPANY
F U R N I T U R E
KARPEN LIVING ROOM FURNITURE
NORGE AND GENERAL ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS
SIMMONS BEDS AND SPRINGS
TOMLINSON OF HIGH POINT
M. M. SMITH, Manager
325 Hay Street
MEET YOUR FRIENDS
Claude W. Rankin 81 S011
The Carollna Soda INSURANCE
SODA - SANDWICHES - NEWS 130 Hay Sr. Dial 3270
"Fayetteville's Friendliest and
Most Modern Department
ROGERS 81 BREECE
Day or Night
Dial 3161 Fayetteville, N. C.
One little rote walked up to another lillle fore and raid, "Hi, Bud."
Ruperi: I wonder if I could make you melt in my army?
Gladyr: No, I'm not that Jofl and you're not that bot.
The Individual Photographs in
This Issue of LA FAMAC FUI' . . .
The PATON STUDIO T e a s
"While You're About It,
Get a Good Picture"
CURRIE COAL CO.
"One Good Ton Deserves
Hillsboro Street Dial 2022
Make Your Arrangements to be
Fayetteville, N. C.
N. H. McGeachy, Sheriff
R. E. Nimocks, Treas.-Accountant
J. W. Johnson, Register of Deeds
C. W. Broadfoot, Clerk of Court
1. A. Monroe, Clerk of County Court
T. G. Braxton, Tax Supervisor
"The Home of Quality"
Clothiers and Furnishers
THE SHOW PLACES
FAYETTEVILLE, N. C.
Mfr. Wooten: Have a good time at the party, dear, and be a good girl.
Belly London: Make up your mind, Mother.
He: I know' that I'm a perfeft bear in my manner.
She: Sheep, you mean. Bean hug people. You do nothing but lwleal.
Cards and Invitations
Hilburn Printing Co.
115 Donaldson Street
Diamonds Watches Silverware
Jewelry and Gifts for
Henebry 81 Son
110 Hay Street Dial 2505
'lfltlvletic U nifowm' Om'
Music and Sports
333 Hay St. Fayetteville, N. C.
Athletic Equipment for Tennis,
Golf, Basketball, Baseball,
Musical Instruments and
Renovating and Sterilizing
ONE DAY SERVICE
. DIAL 2513
555 Cool Spring Street
Fayetteville, N. C.
Manufacturers of Pine
Pine Street Dial 5096
CLARK AND CLARK
Attorneys at Law
J. Bayard Clark
Jerome B. Clark, jr.
Mn. DeVane.' Carney, did you zvayh thir fish good before you baked it?
Cfmtey: Mother, u'l.mt'J Ike me of umlning 4 H511 that bar lived in the water all ily life?
Deaf my mer: gazfe you Jr. Wfhat more do you 1 t
Ethel: Well, go to thunder! I made 3 1 1
CON VEN IEN T COMFORTABLE ECON OMICAL
QUEEN CITY COACH COMPANY
GREENSBORO-FAYETTEVILLE BUS LINES
We Specialize in Charter CoacheJ--
R. W. BOLING
' Public Accountant
G. E. Matthews
Pittman Hospital Building
SMART FASHIONS for
F leishman's Big Store
106-8 Hay Street
DIAL 4211 Fayetteville, N, C.
Ethel: The prize if 755.
Deaf cuftomerx 55, here it if
Ethel lloudertf 75s.
Deaf cuftomeri Well, theres ,your 56
Ethel Izfery loudls I mid 75e.'
to 1 '
Min Tale: W'laat if a Jleelelon?
Dick: A Jkelelon if a man with his imide out and his outside off.
1 8 9 9 1 9 3 9
HIGHSMITH HOSPITAL, INC.
FAYETTEVILLE, N. C.
A General Hospital for the Treatment of
Medical and Surgical Cases
J. F. HIGHSMITH, M.D., Medical Director
Futlver: Well, Jon, how are your murkx?
fuck Lumlay: Tl9ey'fe all under water.,
FallJer.' lWlJal do you mean under water?
jack: Belou' "C" level.
Mfr. King might after foolball gamer Nou' my your pmyerr, Charler, and go to rleep,
Clmrlex God bleu ma, God bleu pa, God bleu me, mb, mls, rala.
4'Brixment is Betteri'
J. C. Penney Co., Inc.
Louisville Cement Co.
"The Home of Values" Louisvillg, Ky,
Fayetteville, N. C. Thomas H' Sutton
Southern Sales Manager
P 81 L SERVICE STATION
YOUR PATRONAGE APPREcrATEo
' 337 Hay Street
FAYETTEVILLE, N. C.
THE JEWEL BOX
Leading Credit Jewelers
Diamonds - Watches
Commercial and Portrait Photo-
graphs - Photo Finishing
Box 856 Dial 2764
207 Hay St. Fayetteville, N. C. 312 Hay St. Fayetteville, N. C
Fayetteville Wholesale Co. FAYETTEVILLE
"A Fayetteville Institution"
Featuring Fresh Fruits and
A Complete Stock-Quality
CAPITAL . . . 340,000
W. H. Marsh, President
Dr. J. N. Robertson, Vice-Pres.
Allen C. Bell, Cashier
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Min Gainey: Iamer, me Iuliur Caemr in a Jemence.
Jimmie Norrir: When Calpurnia comer into the Iuliur Caemr.
Quality Meats and Groceries
See Our New Meat Counters
l2l0 Fort Bragg Road
Fayetteville, N. C.
Rankin St Brown Co.
Dial 4151 Fayetteville, N. C.
"Say It With Flowers"
SUNNYSIDE FLORAL NURSERY
COMPLIMENTS KYLE ROOFING CO.
Johns Mansville Products
E. W. GRANNIS
Fayetteville, N. C.
Shingles : Lumber : Laths
N C i Paints
325 Blount Street
Milf Fisher: Who made the Mayflower Compacl?
Arm Ewmx: I'm not Jure, but I think Coty did.
DRY CLEANERS, INC.
Exclusive But Not Expensive
114 Hay Street
Fayetteville, N. C.
The Limmlry Doer In Bert Cross Creek
Building and Loan
Q Q Association
538 Hay Street J. W. Pate, President
DMI 31,36 C. W. Rankin, Vice-President
i ' i Frank H. Stedman, Sec.-Treas.
1 Incorporated J
RADIO - GIFTS
CHINA - GLASSWARE
Fayetteville, N. C.
Building Material and
A. 8: R. Terminal Dial 3727
Come Clean With Us and
We Will Dye For You
W. A. GREGORY, Mgr.
Foot of Haymount
While Wation war in Raleigh, he was mining three day: before the police finally found him
n iz "pay-45-you-leave" bm.
FIRST-CITIZENS BANK SL TRUST CO.
FAYETTEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE
ACCOUNTS OF INDIVIDUALS, FIRMS AND
Pastem-ized Milk fEENiQLee 17
Ice Cream IVV
DIAL 4049 M. 81 O. Chevrolet Co.
A SYMBOL OF SAVINGS
Compliments of S. W. Scarborough
JONES 81 RIDDLE RENTALS
125 Person Street INSURANCE
420 Hay Street Dial 2507
Ann Bmfkhead war rtanding in the aixle ai the movies. An miner approached her and mid, "Hou
many Jem! do you ufant, 1IIiJJ?'J
EXTENDS TO THE HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES OF 1959
HEARTIEST CONGRATULATIONS AND EVERY GOOD
WISH FOR A MOST SUCCESSFUL FUTURE.
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Nut and Confection
render selections by the
most popular orchestra
leaders for your enter-
Notice to all Merchants: We will place in your stores on a commission
basis all latest and worthwhile coin operated equipment complying with the
prevailing laws of the State of North Carolina. 'Phone Dial 3171.
THE VENDING MACHINE COMPANY
205-15 FRANKLIN STREET
FAYETTEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
Fmrzcex Sloan fwhen left in charge of little Jixterls Mother, u'on't you please come Jpeak to the
baby. Slack Jittizzg 011 the fly paper and there are lofi of flier waiting to get ou."
"The Home of Better Vuluef'
Belk Stores Are Carolina's Largest Distributors of
Complete Outfitters for Men, Women and Children
We wish for the Seniors, every
success and that you may enjoy
a long happy life.
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Home Federal SfiVl.I1gS and ranspor a mn
Loan Association DIAL 2958
107 Green Street
PLAYER REALTY CO.
NEW YORK CAFE
Q an Q Q
"Everything in Real "SERVICE IS OUR
Gludyx had just returned from her fini lime at church. She heamed proudly at the an ounced
ihul the miniyter had .fpohen to her.
"Well," mid Mn. Seffomf, "u-'hat did he Jay?"
Gladys: "He lold me to .flop talking."
W. D. HOLT
PURE OIL PRODUCTS
S. W. Tomlinson
Insurance, Real Estate, Rents
On the Market Square
. , ite, Proprietor
OUR SPECIALTIES of
Sliced or Unsliced
Rolls, Pies, and Doughnuts MONTGOMERY
DIAL 4016 536 Hay sneer WARD
FAYETTEVILLE, N. C.
Bowl for Health HUSKE
HEALTH CENTER HARDWARE
BOWLING ALLEYS BUILDING MATERIALS
535 Hay Street Dial 4141 Hay Street
CLAYTON CIGAR CO. MARKET
gm Furniture Company
TOBACCO AND CANDY
SPECIALTIES Hay Street
Mr. Hurrill' Why are you making facei' at that bulldog?
Eleanor M1'Ruf'.' He Iturled il!
WORTH'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
FAYETTEVILLE, N. C.
He wax faking her for a moonlighl ride, and after llaey had ridden a few miley, Mary mid:
"I want you lo umlerfland ihal I don? hold laamlx, neck, or pei. I5 that clear?"
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Nou ube e do you uanl to go from be e afked Mary
Hon fzurmz red Rupert
Read your adnertirernent in our paper rtating: "Young man, .forne zvornan lover you dearly.
Would you like to hnouf who rhe ir? One dollar to the "Lover Forum" will ohtain for you the
Find enolored that amount. Anrufer ar soon ar porfihle. Am hurrting with curiority.
REAVES CASH DRUG STORE Mercury
Your Service Druggist Lmcohpzephyr
Price class is not enough comparison-
Haymount Ford resources make possible higher
quality at lower cost.
Phone 4044 Quick Delivery COMMUNITY MOTGRS
p P. C. Duckworth, Manager
Carson's Beauty Shoppe
Beauty Bath and
ll9 Anderson Street Dial 288-'l
FAYETTEVILLE, N. C.
Fayetteville, N. C.
Three dayr later:
Mr. Sam Wright
COMPLIMENTS INSIST ON
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Q A MCMILLAN-SHULER Pe..,,..t Products
OIL Co., INC. and
Fayetteville, N. C.
THE COUNTRY CLUB OF FAYETTEVILLE
INVITES YOU TO AVAIL YOURSELF OF ITS
REFINED ATMOSPHERE FOR YOUR
WE HAVE GRASS GREENS NOW
Compliments of Cornphments of
, L. M. HALL
The E. A. Poe Brlck Dimibuto,
Company Gulf Oil Corporation
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Brlck Manufacturers 3 gn Meet
Fayettevllle, N. C.
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