Fayetteville High School - La Famac Yearbook (Fayetteville, NC)
- Class of 1943
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4: Fayetteville, North Carolina
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Whose ability is outstandingg
Whose integrity is unquestioned:
Whose modesty is endearing:
Whom Fayetteville reveres:
Who quietly, unselfishly, courageously, and
efficiently works for the good of his
community and of his countryg
To our friend, our townsman, our Congressman,
THE HONORABLE J. BAYARD CLARK
We dedicate "The LaFamac" of 1943
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MR. HORACE Sisii
S1l11CI'iIZl'C7lllF7'1f of the lf't1ycttcrtlIc City Schools and President of the
North Carolina Education Association in 1943
lt is with love and pride that 'iThe Lal+'amac" presents this page. Mr. Sisk
has done much for Fayetteville since he came here in 1931. ln his many activities
as a school administrator, as a Sunday School superintendent, as a Boy Scout
advisor, as a Kiwanian, and as a civic leader he has given himself tirelessly. His
many professional honors reflect honor upon our school and upon our whole com-
munity. He has served on many important committees in county, state. and
national educational work: he has been an officer in many different religious,
educational, fraternal, and civic organizations. Mr. Sisk is one of the few North
Carolina educators to have had the rare distinction of being president of both the
Northwestern and the Southeastern districts of the N. C. E. A., and is the only Fay-
etteville superintendent that has been elevated to the presidency of the N. C. E. A.
Thus we pay tribute to our Mr. Sisk upon whom the North Carolina Education
Association has bestowed its highest honor.
Mr. llarrill, Miss Adams, Mrs. Alexander, Mrs. Harden, Miss Black, Miss Broadfoot
Mrs. Fashion, Miss Cromartie. Miss Dixon, Miss Fisher, Miss Fuller, Mr. Hamrick
Mr. llaynie, Miss Holland, Mrs. Lovell, Miss Matthews, Mrs. Miller
Miss Mc-Nair, Mrs. Newberry, Mrs. Simmerman, Miss Simpson, Miss Smith
Miss Milligan, Miss Gray, Miss liass. Miss Bullock. Mrs. Houser, Miss .lackson
Miss Kelly, Miss Moore, Miss McColl, Mrs. Stewart, Miss Williams, Mrs. Witner
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TOMMY J ORDAN
J oHN CRAWFORD
COLORS: Lavender and White
Morro: via Facienda Est. '
SENIOR CLASS POEM
The last High School picture is painted
In colors that ne'er will fade-
The story is written and ended
In mem'ry of friends we've made.
We're starting another canvas
In this great series of life,
And whatever duty may call us
We'1l meet without bick'ring or strife.
PATSY RUTH MILLER
7606554 Quanta endow
VARA B. BEARD lBeardyJ
Smart as a whip, busy as a bee,
Vara's the girl for you and me.
Glee Club 1, 23 Home Ee. Club 2.
MINNIE A. BRISSON lMoocheeJ
Sing a song of sunshinej
Sing a song of light,
Sing a song of happiness,
'Cause Minnie is all right.
Glee Club 1, 23 Home EC. Club 1, 2, 3.
She's loved by all.
DoNALD CLAYTON QDonJ
Donald Clayton has what it tahesg
From football to girls, he gets the breaks.
Library Club 1, 2, 33 Boys' Hi-Y 43 Monogram Club 3, 4, 53
Football 3, 4, 51 Basketball 4, 53 Track 3, 4, 53 Student
Council 43 Bulldog Staff 43 LaFamac Staff 43 Captain
Basketball 51 Captain Track 4, 53 Boys' Hi-Y 4, 5.
LEAH MARGAIIET DEMPSEY lSweet1eD
Now "Sweetie" is a charming girl,
So full of life and pep.
We'd like to give three cheers for her,
For she's got what we call "hep".
Library Club 1, 2, 33 Girl Scout 13 Class Poet 1, 3, 43
Civics Club 23 Band 2, 3, 4, 53 Volley Ball 33 Basketball 33
Boosters' Club 3, 4, 53 Scotch Dancer 3, 43 Bulldog Staff
4, 53 LaFamac Staff 4, 53 Glee Club 53 Girls' Trio 53
Girls' Hi-Y 5.
RODGER C. DERBY
We're glad to have a leader who's
a football player, too.
Here's to our Business Manager
who will always see it through.
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 53 Latin Club 1, 23 Library Club 1, 23
Boys' State 33 Boosters' Club 33 Jr.-Sr. Committee 33
Treas. of Band 43 All-State Band 43 Beta Club 4, 51 Foot-
ball 4, 53 Track 4, 53 Boys' Hi-Y 4, 53 LaFamac Staff 43
Business Manager of LaFamac 53 Bulldog Staff 3, 4, 5:
Editor-in-Chief of Bulldog 5.
GRACE O,LENA LAMARR DEW lFlfiJ
With your music and voice, you'll be a starg
But, Grace, please stay as sweet as you are.
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 53 Sec. of Glee Club 1, 23 Latin Club
L 23 Band 53 Dramatics Club 53 Bulldog Staff 53 Girls'
' rio 5.
ALIDA BELLE DOUGHERTY
To the Latin book she holds the keyg
She's very smart, as you can see.
Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Library Club 23 Girls' Hi-Y 52 Boost-
ers' Club 5.
JAMES GILBERT DUNNAGAN Uimmyl
Jimmy's sweet,' Jimmyis fine,
Jimmy shoots them all a line. ,
Monogram Club 4, 53 Boys' Hi-Y 51 Football 4, 5.
EDWIN JosEPH EDGERTON
If I had to choose the best of all,
Fd choose Edwin, for he is cute and small.
Library Club 13 Glee Club 13 Latin Club 1, 23 Boosters'
Club 3, 43 Boys' Hi-Y 3, 4, 53 Student Council 4.
'fwelta Wade eaicvza
Though she's been here only a short while,
Joan's a cute glrl with a winning smile.
Bala Cyncoyce Jr. High 1: Basketball 1: Choir 1: Cheer-
leader 1: Lower Merlon Sr. High 2, 3: Hi-Y 2, 3: Fayette-
vllle Hlgh School 5.
ARNOLD BERTRAM FLEISH MAN
He plays his horn from morn till nlght
And then sells ads with all his might
To help THE LAI"AMAC'S finances,
Hur-wl1ere's the girl at whom he glances?
Latln Club 1, 2: Band 1, 2. 3. 4, 5: LaFamac Staff 4: As-
sistant Buslness Manager of LaFamac 5: Science Club 3:
Beta Club 4, 5: Bulldog Staff 5.
J. C. GARDNER Uakel
He pleases one: he pleases all,
Hut he pleases Dot the most of all.
D. E. Club 5.
AUGUSTA HAMILTON QGusJ
lt's giggle at work and giggle at play:
It's just giggle, giggle all the llve long day!
Latln Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Treas. of Latin Club 4: Library
Club 2, 3: Boosters' Club 2, 3, 5: Vlce-Pres. of Boosters'
Club 5: Reception Committee 3: Cast of Junior Play 3:
LaFamac Staff 4, 5: Bulldog Staff 4. 5: Make-Up Editor of
Bulldog 5: Hl-Y 4, 5: Beta Club 4, 5: Sec. of Beta Club 5:
MYRTLE ALLENE HELMS LBaldyJ
Kinda little, cute, and sweet,
She's a girl you ought to meet.
Latln Club 1: Glee Club 1, 2: Home Ec. Club 2.
HARVEY W. JETTON
Whenever ln doubt, don't be cast down:
Just ask your friend, Harvey Jetton.
Llncolnton Hlgh School 1: Shelby H. S. 2, 3: Dramatics
Club 2, 3: Public Speaking Club 2, 3: Glee Club 2, 3:
Fayetteville H. S. 4, 5: Glee Cub 4, 5.
He yawns and stretches with his usual line:
As u ten o'cl0clc scholar he can really shine.
Maxton High School 1, 2. 3: Debating Team 3: Junior
Play 3: Fayettevllle H. S. 4, 5.
RALPH BUXTON LUTTI-:RLoH
He's the star of our truclc team,
liut 'ln speech class he's a scream.
Latln Club 1, 2: Glee Club 1, 2: Sclence Club 3, 4: Track
Team 4: LaFamac Staff 4: Bulldog Staff 4, 5: Monogram
Club 5: Basketball 5.
ELIZABETH ANN MAYNOR tLibJ
Llb's the girl with the blg blue eyes,
And the one who attracts all of the guys.
Latln Club 1, 2: Glrl Scout 1, 2: Clvlcs Club 2: Home
Room Chairman 2: Science Club 3: Scottish Dancer 3:
Bulldog Staff 4: Boosters' Club 3, 4: Beta Club 4, 5: Pro-
gram Chairman for Beta Club 5: LaFamac Staff 5: Drum
Majorette in Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Drum Major 5.
MARY ELIZABETH SAYRI:
I flon't know of fl better lass,
For she is the leader ln every class.
Columbus High School, Columbus, Ga. 1, 2: Music Club
2: Academia del Perpetuo Tocorro, Puerto Rico 3: Co-
Edltor of School Paper 3: Fayetteville H. S. 4, 5: Dra-
matics Club i"Dramateers"J 4.
JOHN CALVIN SHAW
"Where am I?"
"What's the score?"
"It seems like I've been here before."'
Erwin High School 1, 23 Vice-Pres, of Class 1, 23 Lllllng-
ton H. S. 4, 53 Football 4, 51 Track 4, 5.
WILLIAM SKEELS fBi11J
A tall lad with a handsome face,
He'Zl steal the show at any race.
Boys' High School, Atlanta, Ga. 1, 2, 33 Fayetteville High
School 4, 53 Boys' Hi-Y 5.
CHARLES WILLIAM SMITH fCharlieJ
As staunch and true as a friend can be,
Charlie doees his work from A to Z.
Leilepua High, Hawaii 1, 2: Airplane Club 1: Jr. Police 13
Sec. of Class 1, 23 Fishing Club 23 Sr. Police 23 Ocilla High,
Ocilla, Ga. 33 Fayetteville High School 4, 53 Monogram
Club 53 Track 4, 51 Football 53 Bulldog Staff 5.
EARL A. SMITH, JR.
We like his football, we like his "line".
Earl's a boy we all think fine!
Glee Club 23 Library Club 33 Science Club 33 Track 3, 4, 52
Basketball 3, 4, 53 Football 4, 51 Monogram Club 3, 4, 5:
LaFamac Staff 5 tSports EditorJ3 Bulldog Staff 4, 5
fAsst. Cir. Editorl.
RHEA JANE STEVLINGSON Uakej
Rhea beats the big bass drum
And keeps in time with her chewing gum.
Banger High 13 G. A. A. 13 Basketball 13 Mirror Lake
High 23 Basketball 2: Band 23 St. Paul's High 33 Basket-
ball 33 Fayetteville High 4, 53 Booster Club 4, 53 Bulldog
Staff 4, 53 Band 4, 5Q V Girls' Club 4, 5.
Here comes the girl with the beautiful clothesg
She drags in the men wherever she goes.
Latin Club 1, 23 Homeroom Chairman 1, 23 Art Club 23
Jr.-Sr. Chairman 33 Student Council 33 Boosters' Club 3, 4:
Girls' Hi-Y 3, 43 Vice-Pres. and Program Chairman Hi-Y
43 LaFamac Staff 43 Bulldog Staff 43 Most Courteous
Girl 43 Debating Club 43 Second place in County Oratorl-
cal Contest 4.
CECIL TATEM, JR.
Good in books,
But better in looks.
Stedman High School 1, 2,- 3, 43 Tennis 1, 23 Beta Club 3,
43 Basketball 3, 43 Basketball Captain 3, 43 Sr. Play 43
Fayetteville High 52 Beta Club 51 Basketball 5.
When it comes to wit, Marshall's a scream,
But when it comes to women, he's a dream.
Glee Club 13 Football 2, 3, 4, 51 Monogram Club 3, 43
Pres. of Monogram Club 53 Track 3, 43 Basketball 3, 52
Bulldog Staff 53 LaFamac Staff 5.
VIRGINIA DALTON WALKER fGinnyJ
Ginny likes 'em handsomeg Ginny likes 'em tall,
But Ginny likes the lieutenant very best ofball!
Home Ec. Club 13 Civics Club 23 Glee Club 33 Basketball 33
Boosters' Club 3, 4, 51 Bulldog Staff 4, 5.
HELEN E. ZAHRAN
Pretty black hair and a winning smile-
Helen's a girl who's worth your while.
Girls' Commercial School 1, 2, 33 Glee Club 1, 2, 33 History
Award 13 New York Club 23 Girl's Commercial Staff Com-
mittee 23 Honor Certificate 23 President of G. O. Council
33 Fayetteville High 4.
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MARY ESTHER APPLEWHITE
She'll succeed in the game of fame,
For "Applewhlte" happens to be the name.
Glrl Scout 1: Latln Club 1: Home Economics Club 1, 2:
Glee Club 1, 2, 4: Boosters' Club 3: Dramatlcs Club 3, 4:
Black Masquers 3, 4: Secretary and Treasurer of Dramat-
lcs Club 4: Debatlng Club 4: Most likely to succeed 4:
Radlo Drama Workshop 1Mil. Wll.J 4: First place ln Coun-
ty Oratorlcal Contest 5.
RENEE KATHERINE ARAB
If lt's Renee, you'll know ln a mlnute,
She works hard, and puts her heart ln lt.
Latln Club 1: Beta Club 3, 4: Glee Club 3, 4.
BETTY SUE ARTHUR
Hats off to a girl with a great big heart-
She is sweet, kind and very smart.
Latin Club 1, 2: Home Economics Club 1, 2: Glee Club
1, 2, 3: V-Glrls Reserve 4: Boosters' Club 3. 4.
EASTWOOD WARREN ATWATER, JR.
A boy of foolishness, a boy of fun,
A lot of laughs and tasks well done-
Durham High School 1, 2: Page Literary Society 1, 2: Art
Club 1, 2: Track 1, 2: Fayetteville Hlgh School 3, 4: Track
3, 4: Monogram Club 4: Most popular boy 4.
FAYE ISOBEL AUTRY
The sweetest girl I ever knew,
Pretty blonde hair, and eyes of blue-
Latln Club 1, 2: Library Club 1: Library Assistant 1:
Boosters' Club 2, 3. 4: Beta Club 3, 4: Girls Hl-Y 4: Home
Room Chalrman 4: Student Council 4.
MARGARET ODOM AVERETTE
Very quiet ls this pretty lass:
She ranks on top in every class.
Latin Club 1, 2: Boosters' Club 2, 3, 4: Beta Club 3, 4:
Hl-Y 4: LaFamac Staff 4.
VIVIAN TROTTI BALLARD
She works hard all the while,
But never drops her little smlle.
Chesterfield, S. C. 1, 2: Glee Club 2: Fayetteville High
School 3, 4: Boosters' Club 4.
REBECCA SUTHERLANU BALLENTINE
Rebecca may laugh, and have her fun,
But she has her work always well done.
South Boston, Va. High 1, 2: Dramatics Club 2: Public
Speaking Club 2r'Fayettevllle Hlgh 3, 4:-Boosters' Club
3: Dramatlcs Club 4.
Never a worry, never a care,
He makes you laugh with his jolly air.
Library Club 1: Glee Club 2: Boosters' Club 2.
MERL1: MAYE BARNES
Merle is a friend to all,
Ready to help-41 you call.
Boosters' Club 1: Glee Club 2: Latin Club 2.
SARA FRANCES BARNES
A very sweet girl we now find,
And also a very studious lcind.
Latin Club 1, 25 LaFamac Staff 45 Bulldog Staff 45 Boost-
ers' Club 45 Debater 4.
Always sweet, never bad,
Always happy, never sad.
Joe E. Brown, Atlanta, Georgia 15 Hi-Y 15 Baton Club 15
Lz1Famac Staff 45 Beta Club 4.
SARAH GRACE BECKWITH
"Still water runs deep"
Glee Club 1, 25 Home Economics Club 3.
Always laughing, and lots of fun
He can get along with anyone.
Latin Club 2.
BEVERLY HOLMES BERRY
He tries never to offend,
For this, he has many a friend.
Whiteville High 1, 25 Baseball 25 Fayetteville High 3, 45
Band 3, 4. A
JOHN ELWOOD BERRY
If ever you need help from a friend,
He always has a hand to lend.
Vvhiteville High 1, 25 President of Class 15 Baseball 15
Dramatics 1, 25 Fayetteville High 3, 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Monogram 3, 4.
MARGARET EARLE BISHOP
She studies hard all of the day,
Bat she is jolly and also gay.
Latin Club 1, 25 Home Economics Club 15 Glee Club 15
Boosters' Club 35 V-Girls Reserve 4.
He is kind and sincere,
All through the year.
Seventy-First High School 1, 25 School Paper 45 Fayette-
ville High School 3, 4.
The sweetest little girl I ever knew,
With many musical skills,
Her praise for the army rings out true,
As she plays her piano trills.
Latin Club 1, 25 Home Economics Club 1, 25 Glee Club
2, 3, 45 Class President 35 Student Council 33 Boosters'
Club 35 V-Girls Reserve 35 President Girls Glee Club 45
LaFamac Staff 45 Most dependable girl 4.
Soft brown hair, with appealing eyes,
A trim little "gal" with a line for the guys.
Glee Club 1, 25 Latin Club 1, 25 Boosters' Club 1, 25 Drum
He takes all his troubles on his chin, E
nice and a warm heart within '
Very , ' ' -
Latin Club 1, 2: Beta Club 4: Hl-Y 4: LaFamac Staff 4. y
MARZELLE VIRGINIA BRISSON
If she goes, or if she stays,
We will remember her kind ways. ,
Massey Hill Hlgh 1, 2: Glee Club 1, 2.
Martha is to everyone a friend,
Her kindness will never have an end.
Latin Club 1, 2: Glee Club 1, 2: Home Economics Club
1, 2: Boosters' Club 2, 3, 4: V-Girl Reserve 4: Dramatics 4.
Kute's pretty and also fine:
Kate shoots them all a line.
Scholarship Award 13 Class President 1, 2: Latin Club
1, 2: Home Room Chairman 23 Marshal 3: Hi-Y Treasurer
3: Hl-Y 3, 4: Beta Club 3, 4: Boosters' Club 3, 4: Bulldog
Staff 4: LaFamac Staff 4: Secretary of Class 4: Prettiest
girl 4: President of H1-Y 4.
Little, quiet, patient and demure,
A rlend of whom you're always sure
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Shallotte Hlgh 1. 2: Glee Club 1: Home Ec. Club 2, 3:
Fayetteville High 3, 4.
A smart boy with hair of red,
If he says anything, it's well said.
Roseboro High 1, 2, 3: Class President 2: Business Man-
a er of School Paper 2, 3: Vice-Pres. of Class 3: Fayette-
vllle High 4.
Pretty blonde hair and eyes of blue,
Wulc I out boys, or she's after you.
Boosters' Cluh 3: Dramatics Club 4.
Ready for anything, work: or play,
A friendly fellow in every way.
Garland High 1, 2, 3: Fayetteville High 4.
MILDRED LOUISE CIIADWICK
She giggles and laughs all the while:
You wouldrft know her without a smile.
Glee Club 1: V-Girls Club 1: Boosters' Club 2, 3: Bulldog
Lois PATRICIA CHESHIRE KP:-It?
She never says a siniyle word:
F-rom he-r a sound w ll not be heard.
Latin Club 1: English Club 1: J. E. A. 1, 2: Boosters'
Club 2, 3, 4.
ADA MAE COLLINS
Ada is quiet, but see that red hair!
If duty is calling
You know she'll be there.
As a football player, he's often wild,
But in the presence of girls, he's very mild.
Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 3, 4, 53 Band 1, 2, 3, 43
Monogram Club 2, 3, 43 Boys Quartet 2, 3, 43 Basketball
3, 43 Secretary and Treas. of Student Body 43 Bulldog
EDWARD S. COOK, JR.
Ed is really a swell boy we know,
One of the best, so far as bays go.
Boy Scouts 1, 23 Hermits Club 33 Hi-Y 4.
.. ELLEN AYNN CRAWFORD
Aynn is always happy,
Aynn is always glad,
Aynn is just the swellest girl
That F. H. S. has had.
George Washington High, Danville, Va.3 Student Councll3
Know Your City Club3 New Hanover High, Wilmington,
North Carolina3 Fayetteville Sr. High3 Boosters' Club 3, 43
Girls Hi-Y 4.
JOHN REID CRAWFORD, JR.
A little nonsense now and then,
You find this in the best of men.
Isaac Bear High, Wilmington 13 Track 33 Hi-Y 3, 43 Foot-
ball 43 Monogram Club 43 Vice-President of Class 43 Best
Looking Boy3 Basketball 4.
ARIAIL BEAMER CREED
Ariail is quiet, but lots of fun,'
He'll be a friend to anyone.
General Science Club 13 Librarv Club 13 Tennis Team 13
Boxing 13 Hi-Y 23 D. O, Club 1, 23 Band 1, 2, 3, 4.
RUBY CHRISTINE DAVIS
A girl who's fun when fun is due,
But when theres work she'll see it thru.
Glee Club 1, 23 Latin Club 1, 23 Home Ec. Club 1, 23
Boosters' Club 3, 4.
A sweet little girl with pretty hair,
But mention "boys"? Don't you dare!
New Hanover High School, Wilmington, N. C. 1, 23 Glee
Club 13 Latin Club 13 Fayetteville High School 3, 4:
LaFarnac Staff 43 Bulldog Staff 43 Boosters' Club 43 Dra-
matics Club 4.
EDMUND CHRISTIAN DOGGETT
He lilces his fun as you can see,
He'll tread tife's way on his personality.
Scott Jr. High School 1, 23 Language Club 1, 23 Cooking
Club 1, 23 Hobby Club 1, 23 Wrestling Club 1, 23 Fayette-
ville High School 3, 43 Boosters' Club 3, 43 "Most Origin-
He's fair and square in every game,
His winning smile will win him fame.
Latin Club 13 Boy Scout 1, 2, 33 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Apprentice
Sea Scout 33 Football 43 Monogram Club 4.
Hcre'.-r a boy with a hcarl and a smilr,
Ill.-r camcra makes his life worthwhile.
Band 1, 2, 3, 4: LaFamac Staff 4.
JOSEPH JAMES Escolmmo
'l'hrce chcars to Joc! Of him 'wc sing:
Hc can draw most anylhiug.
Chnisbel Hlll Hlpzh School 1. 2: Art 1, 25 Llbrary Club 1, 2:
Stu ent Council 1, 2: Fayetteville High School Il, 4: Glee
Club l, 2, 4: School Paper 1, 4: Quartet 3, 4.
Wll.l.lAM T. FELTON
A Irlcml to you and mc,
Billy will always hc.
Latln Club 1: Hoy Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4: Library Club 2: Her-
mlts Club Il: Dramatlcs Club 3: Boosters' Club 4.
MAXIFI LANE GARRE1' iMac!
A lilllc girl wtlh prclty blomlc hair,
Ami looks as if shrfd ncvcr had a carc.
Sandersvllle High School 1, 2, H: Glee Club l, 2, Il: Fay-
etteville I-Ilgh School 4.
lIA'r'm: EI,1zABE'ru GIBSON fLlbl
Shi' is xo qulcl, swcct aml small,
You harflly know nhffs lhcrc at a1I.
Home Economic:-: Club 3.
FURMAN BENTON GREENE
Furman 'LQ very smart i1uleerl,'
I-le docs his work with a lot of spccrl.
Southern Pines High School 1, 2, 3: Tennis Team 1, 2:
Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Quartet 1, Z, 3: Basketball 1, 2. 3:
Baseball 2: Dramatlcs Club 2: Softball 3: Fayetteville High
School 3. 4: Glee Club 3, 4: Quartet 4: Hi-Y 4: Boosters'
Club 4: Secretary and Treasurer Boosters' Club 4: Basket-
ball 4: Home Room Chairman 4.
NANCY ELOISE GRIFI-'lN
A wcaf glrl wllh a will to worlr,
Shc lrnows hcl' duly and docs not shirlr.
Tennh-1 Team I, 2: Latin Club 2: I.aFamac Staff -4.
CARY MAE Gmrrrm
Ncncr' a worry, n1'1'cr a l'!ll'J',
A prclty smllc, a frlrrullg air-
Fnyvltcvlllv lllgb School Il, -I.
RAYMOND DOWNING HAIR
Illaclc hair and prclty hrmvn cues,
When the girls go hy, you hcar sighs.
GRACE EVELYN HARDISON
A glrl so quiet and vary ncat,
Ilcr ahllily cannot hc hcal.
Glee Club 1: .l. E. A. 2: Latln Club 2.
ROSE BRADFORD PIARRISON
She may not make much noise,
But she certainly likes the boys!
Alexander Graham Jr. High, Charlotte, N. C.3 Secretary
of Class 13 Art Club 13 Honorary Club 13 Secretary and
Treasurer of G. S. Club 13 Student Council 13 Latin Club
13 Girl Scout 13 Glee Club 13 Fayetteville High 2, 3, 43
Latin Club 23 Glee Club 23 Boosters' Club 3, 43 Beta Club
3, 43 Bulldog Staff 43 Hi-Y 4.
JACQUELINE HENDRIX fJackieJ
She may be little and not very tall,
But nice things come in bundles small.
Rocky Mount High 13 Greensboro High 23 Fayetteville
High 3, 43 Beta Club 4.
DDRDTHY LOUISE HENSDALE fDotJ
A happy girl as we can see,
But with Jake, who wouldn't be?
Girl Scout 13 Glee Club 1, 23 Latin Club 1, 23 Boosters'
EULA MAE HERRING
A sweet girl, with trim ways,
We'll remember her all of our days.
Anderson Creek High 1, 2, 33 Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Athletic
Club 33 Fayetteville High 4.
LUCIAN DAVID HERRING
Lucian is ambitious, as we see,
If he keeps it up a great man he'll be.
D. O. Club 3, 43 Vice-President of D. O. Club 4.
PENNIE ELIZABETH HI-:RRING
"Should auld acquaintance be forgot
And never brought to mind?"
We'll ne'er forget our Pennie dear
Because she's been so kind.
D. O. Club 3, 4.
PATRICIA ELIZABETH HOLLINGSWORTH
Patsy can do many things
She rhymes,' she cooksg she typesg she singsg
She's good in books and good in plays,-
She's good in looks and has charming ways.
Home Economics Club 1, 23 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Class
Poet 33 Dramatics Club 43 LaFamac Staff 43 Bulldog Staff
43 Cast of "Love in Bloom" 4.
"Come and trip it as you go
On the light fantastic t0e"--
Light of heart and light of feet,
A keen little dancer that's hard to beat!
Latin Club 1, 23 Hi-Y 3, 43 LaFamac Staff 43 Bulldog Staff
43 Most popular 4.
LYDIA LEE HURLEY
Rat-a-tat tat-she heralds the drums,
Swinging in rhythm and grace, you see.
Merry and happy-she's lots of fun,
Laughing brown eyes-that's Lydia Lee.
Latin Club 1, 23 Boosters' Club 2, 3, 43 Cast of "Lawd Does
Yu Understand" 33 Cast of "Blue Moon" 33 Contest Play3
Cast of "Love in Bloom" 43 Dramatics Club 3, 43 Band 43
Bulldog Staff 4.
JEAN A. HUSKE 112th GradeJ
Come on, Jean, the team's all here-
The game's about to start!
How could they win without your cheer
When it comes right from your heart?
Latin Club 1, 23 Sec. and Treas. of Art Club 23 Marshal 33
Hi-Y 3, 43 Sgt.-at-Arms of Hi-Y 3, 43 Bulldog Staff 3, 43
Boosters' Club 3, 43 LaFamac Staff 43 Cheerleader 4.
Nl-:LDA ZERLINE .IaANEs
Swift of speech, lzut swifter still
ln. learning math and Latin,
We'll point Io you in pride and sag
"Once in her class I sat in."
.l. E. A. 1: Latin 1, 2: Boosters' Club 2: V-Girls Club Il, 4:
LaF'amac Staff 4.
CHARLES REBS JENKINS
tml in the world you will find hint
Wlrerever action is found:
His camera his constant eomptmion
In pictures he writes it all down.
Littleton High School l, 23 Football 1. 2: Fayetteville
High School Zig Latin Club 3: Hi-Y 43 LaFamac 4.
MAIIY Fu-:Los .IoNl-:s
lig on the gallop she goes and then
My on the gallop she comes haelr again:
7'hat's Mary Fields with her pep and dash:
ln. riding logs slufs quite a flash.
Latin Club lg Band 1. 2. Il, Library Club 13 Boosters' Club
2, 3, 43 Library Assistant 2: LaFamac Staff 45 Hi-Y 45
Homeroom Chairman 4g Bulldog Staff 41 Scotch Dancer
3 and 4.
THOMAS MLIRPHY JORDAN
In sports he ereellesl:
At dances he's swellesl:
.All nvorlr he does his part
With an lmselfish heart.
Student Council 1, 2, 3, 41 Vice-Pres. 33 Latin Club 1. 2:
Vice-Pres. Class 2: Tennis 2, ll, 4g Monogram Club 2, Il, 4,
lloys lll-Y Club 2, Il, 43 Treasurer Monogram Club 33 Vice-
Pres. ot' Hl-Y 3: Basketball 3: Track 3: Marshal 3: Home
Room Chairman 3, 43 Beta Club 3, 43 Pres. of Beta Club 43
Sec. Monogram Club 4: LaFamac Staff 43 Football 43 Pres.
of Class 4: Most likely to succeed 43 Pres. Hi-Y 4.
MARIE JAMES KANOS
"l'ho Ihe years our pathways may serer
And mauyfs the mile between
We'll remember Marie forever,
For her modesty serene.
SHIRLEY HELENE KARP
Modest as a violet,
Sweet as any rose,
'l'h.at's our own Helene,
"V" Girls 4. -
FRED KENNEDY, JR.
Hail tn a fellow u'h.o's fall of pep
Ana plays his horn with o vim!
AI the flrsl "toot, tool" the haml's in slep-
'l'o say the least, he's a gcrn!
Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Library Club 23 Football 4, Bullclog's
Business Staff 4.
TOMMY IVIORTON KYl.1-:
Stout of speech, but Ireen of eye-
"Watr'h liim.drauv," the girls all sigh!
'Tltough the years this elass shall part,
We will lrnow htm thru his art.
Latin Club 1: Glee Club 1: Art Club 2: Boosters' Club 2, Il:
Dramatic Club 41 Co-Stage Manager to "Love In Bloom" 4.
Ros:-1 ZELDA Lam-:D
She is quiet, smart and takes great care,
7'n please her teaclzers-a girl most rare.
Edward Hand .lr. High School, Lancaster, Pa., 1: Scribe
Staff tschool paper! 13 Radio Dramatics 15 Girl Reserves
l. 2: McCaskey High School 23 Lancaster, Pa. Debating 2.
Atlilha is handy on Ihr: spot,
Always Io meetings on the dot.
Gllrl,Scouts 1, 2: Latin Club 1: Bulldog Staff 3: Dramatics
C u 4.
1 MINN'IE LEE Loy
1 Efficient and calm is Minnie Lee,
In the business world she plans to be.
Theres one thing that may upset her plan,
She's sure to marry that business man.
Library 35 "V" Girls 3, 4.
EDWIN BRITT MARTIN
Britt drives his car around like mad,
But when his tires are gone-well, too sad!
Band 1, 2, 35 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Council 35 D. 0.
Club 3, 45 Monogram Club 3, 45 Basketball 45 Bulldog
I Staff 4.
WILLIAM DWIGHT MARTIN
Bill is friendly, jolly and fine,
When he studies, it leaves a -sign.
Band 1, 2, 3. l
Now Patsy Miller is a girl
That keeps serene and steadyg
She's independent, smart, and fine,
And 'tWith. the goods" she's ready.
Home Ec. 1, Z5 Latin Club 25 "V" Girls 33 LaFamac Staff
45 Girl Scouts 15 Class Poet 2, 4.
MARGARET ALLEN MOFFITT'
Margaret is smart, witty and sweet,
Ready to help you when trouble you ment.
Latin Club 1, 25 Boosters' Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 45 Most
Original Girl 4.
FARIS JOHN MONSOUR
He'll be witty someday in spite of all he can do,
And smart too-shall we say? That's possible too.
St. Pauls High School 15 New Bern, N. C. 1, 25 Glee Club
1, 25 Fayetteville High School 3, 45 Football 4.
SOL MICHAEL MONSOUR
In buying bonds, we'll crown him our Icing,
In about ten years, rewards they will bring.
Literary Club 1, 25 Latin Club 2. 33 Boosters' Club 2, 3, 45
Glee Club 3, 4.
LILLIAN LEONE MooRE
She is smart in every way,
Never frowning, always gay.
Latin Club 1, 25 Glee Club 2, 35 Beta Club 45 Most Studious
DANIEL BAXTER MORRIS
Not a word from Baxter you'll hear,
Always quiet, for which teachers cheer.
Hi-Y 35 Glee Club 45 Eagle Scout 4.
PAUL OTHNEILL MOYLE, JR.
Never serious, always gay,
A good sport in every way.
Elizabeth City High School 1, 2, 35 Debating Club 3: Senior
Safety Patrol 1, 2, 35 Sports Editor of School Paper 35
Fayetteville High School 4.
VIRGINIA LORAINE MCCoRouoDAi.i:
Lorulm' is uulrl and plrasanf Io lt'11ow,'
Always I.'indm'ss Io you shi' will show.
Linden High School I. 23 Fayetteville High School 3, 4.
Judy Is S1l'I'l" unll a lot of jun:
If you uianl lauyhlcr, lo hor you may Tllll.
Monroe High School 1, 23 The Footlight Dramatics Club,
l, 23 Gloe Club l. 23 Cast of "We Six" 23 Pineland Jr. Col'
logo il: Girls Crark Platoon 33 Duke Literary Society 33
Dehators Club 33 Fayetteville High School 4.
Tull, dark, and hamlsoum
Playing in Ihr' haml,
Girls jus! rlo1i'l get lon:-some
Whrn luv is close at hand.
lland l. 2, .L 4.
.4 Imsiuvss man. h1"s surf' Io malcf,
Azul flyurr' out ruch. step ho'll takcg
So ylrls IN' 'uvisr' and srt your cap,
I"or u boy u'lto'll ouluvit any Jap.
lf'runI.' may uvrur a lirlmol
Anrl ronquvr our rlurlr slrinnrrl for,
Hui alyhrurl lu' will he an architect
Whrrf-rrr he may go.
lloys HIRY l. 2. 33 'Treasurer Hi-Y 23 Vice-President Hi-Y 33
Vice-President .lr. Class Il: Jr. Marshal 3.
You maine auch loslc so rlzvrry
Wlfh your sufmr! and frimully way,
Smuronr will bf' happy, my fleurio,
Who shares your life day by day.
l'loostt-rs' Club 2, Il, 43 Girls Hi-Y 4.
WAl.TPIR NEW MAN
Culm us uny llmpid lalcr,
lirvp as any pool-
Wullrr has wha! il will Ialrc
To honor any school
All Hu' p1'urh1's 1lon'I yrou' rlouwz. in Uc'oryiu,'
f'urolinu has Ihrm just Ihr' sumo:
llrrr' is our uw' found right in our floss room,
llluyln' lhuI's 'cause Gvoryia is hrr nomo.
Glec Club I3 Latin Club l, 23 Sec. N Trcas. of Latin Club 1:
Library Club l: J. IG. A. 1, 23 Boosters' Club 2. 3, 43 Chief
Marshal 33 Vice-President Class 33 Beta Club 3, 43 Vice-
Pilosldent Beta Club 43 Girls Hi-Y 41 Advisory Council
43 llomoroom Chairman l, 2. 3, 43 Best all Round 43 Cheer-
leader 43 D. A. R. Good Pilgrim 43 Editor-infChief Annual 4.
HAllRY OLIVER, JR.
Wh!-11 Hruuy Hoyan is foryoilru,
Or your' flown in rlisyrucv,
Wt' lram' our Harvey Oliver
All sf! lo false his place.
Latin Club l. 2: Golf Team l. 23 Monoefram Club 1. 2. 3, 4'
Trc-as. of Monogram Club 43 State Champion Golf Team
23 Hl-Y Club 2, 3, 4: Marshal 33 Sec. Hi-Y Club 4.
Girls yr! out your evening drcssrs,
Paint your rheelfs arul brush your lrvssrs,
The ilunrr is un: we ran'I be late,
For u'4"ll miss rlanriny with Johmzy Parr.
Band I. 2: Baskehall 2. 4: Boys State 33 Monogram Club 4:
Hi-Y 3. 43 Library Club l3 Jr.-Sr, Prom Committee 31
Sclcnrc Club 2. Il: Junior Marshal Il.
Frances is quiet and very neat,
In this business world
She'll be hard to beat.
Don't you see those dancing feet?
Note that pretty size,
Boys you'd better run away-
Lest you meet those eyes!
Girl Scouts 13 Latin Club 1, 23 Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Boosters'
Club 2, 3, 43 Girls Hi-Y 3, 43 Business Staff Of Annual 4.
LEA FRANCES PENDLEY
From the Fort she comes from day to day,
We love her friendly, cheerful way-
And when our pathway needs must part
She'll fill a place in every heart.
ANNA KATHRYN PINKSTON
She's dainty and trim
And full of charm3
So a nurse's cap,
Will do her no harm.
J. E. A. Club 1, 23 Latin Club 1, 23 Beta Club 3, 43 Bull-
dog Staff 43 LaFamac Staff 43 Boosters' Club 4.
EDNA WINII-'RED POWERS
Babbling like a mountain stream,
Rushing on its way-
Sure it must be Winifred,
Always glad and gay!
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 13 Boosters' Club 2, 3, 43
Dramateers 43 Bulldog Staff 4.
NANCY JANE PRICE
Always happy, there she goes!
Watch her catch that smile!
She never tells you of her woes
But cheers you all the while.
Cleveland, Ohio, Monticello High 13 Swimming Club 13
Riding Club 13 Fayetteville High School 2, 33 Boosters' 33
DOUGLAS A. ROBERTS
When often some passing strain may tend
Our school songs to recall,
We then will think of Dauglasf 3
Who played them best of all.
President of D. O. Class 13 English Club 13 Boys Hi-Y 1, 23
Leader of School Orchestra 1, 2, 33 Band 1, 2, 3, 4.
CHARLES B. ROBINSON
' Always giving-never asking,
Kind to friend and foe-
Success will mark his pathway,
, Wherever he may go.
Medford High 1, 23 Fayetteville High 3, 43 SponsOr's Escort
33 Science Club 33 Boys Hi-Y 3, 43 Boosters' Club 3, 43
Latin Club 3, 4.
Her friendly smile will endear her
To all who pass her wayg
. Her unselfish heart will keep her
In our thought from day to day.
Dunn High 1, 23 Home Ec. 1, 23 Fayetteville High 3, 4.
LILLIAN LUCILLE ROBINSON
Here she carries like sunshine
Cheers us on our way-
Lucille full of laughter
Every single day.
Glee Club 1, 23 Boosters' Club 3, 43 "V" Girls Club 3, 4.
Soi. Cooein Ross
Come on boys and make that goal!
What for you keep a laggln'?
Poor old Sol's all tuckered out
Upon the water waggtn! Q
Student Councll 1, 23 Basketball Manager 1, 23 Track
glanager 1, 23 Low "X" Club 1, 2, 33 Marshal 23 Monogram
lub 3, 43 Football Manager 3, 4.
Gl-:onus F. ROTHERMEL
Watch out boys you'd better scrum!
Here comes George just like a ram.
Listen now to what I say,
He will be an "All-Star" some day.
Sanford. N. C.. 1. 23 Football 2: Fayetteville 3. 43 Band 33
Football 3, 43 Monogram Club 3, 43 English Club 4.
JOHN C. RUSKELL
lltr's good in his sports
And good in his books,
And plenty of girls say
Hc's good in his looks.
Wallace, N. C., 1, 2, 33 Football 2, 33 Basketball 2, 33 Beta
Club 33 Fayetteville High 43 Football 43 Monogram Club 43
Hi-Y Club 4.
Bernice comes to us this year.
Shrr's smart and sweet and such a dear!
We're glad she came and we hope she'll stay3
Shrfs about to steal our heart away.
Glee Club 2, 33 Debating Club 2, 33 Library Assistant 4.
"Still water runs deep,"
They say, and so
.lack's very smart
And his eyes-oh, oh!
Presbyterian Jr. College 23 F. H. S. 3, 43 Most courteous 4.
BETTY Sus Ssssoms
Surf she is a honey
Diruplcs playing in and out
I'Jt'c'rywhl're sho goes.
Latln Club 1, 2: Boosters' Club 2, 3, 43 Girls Hi-Y 3, 43
LaFamac Staff 43 Bulldog Staff 4.
CHARLES F. SHACKELFORD
"Round and round and round he goes
And where he'll stop nobody knows,"
But we all know he'll do his part,
For he's little of stature, but big of heart.
Saratoga Hlgh 1, 23 Fayetteville 3, 4.
HARRY F. SHAW
Harry's full of music:
Harry's full of pep:
Harry's quite athletic:
He's some boy-oh "yep"
Latln Club 13 Band 13 Library Club 1, 23 Glee Club 1. 2, 33
Boy's Quartet 33 Boosters' Club 33 Boys I-Il-Y 3, 43 Sea
Scout 3, 43 Football 43 LaFamac Staff 43 Dramatic Club 43
Bulldog Staff 4.
ADDIE RUTH SHELTON
booking in the future
What is this I see?
Addie Ruth an artist-
Yes from A to Z.
She's tops in her work
And tops in har books,
Tops in our hearts,
And tops in good looks.
Latin Club 1, 23 J. E. A. Club 13 Treas. of J. E. A. 23
Boosters' Club 23 Student Council 23 Beta Club 3, 43
LaFamac Staff 43 Llbrary Assistant 43 Girls' State 3.
1' ,, .
Laughing face and stylish clothes,
Boys around wherever she goes.
Latin Club 1, 23 Scouts 1, 2, 3g Girls Hi-Y 3, 49 Boosters'
Club 3, 43 Bulldog Staff 49 Beta Club 3, 4.
She's a peach,
She's a wow!
Will they love her?
Boy and how!
MARION VINSON SMITH
We love her for her friendly way,'
We love her for her wit,
She's happy in her work: or play-
A jewel you'll admit.
Latin Club 15 Home Ee. Club 1.
Harum, scarum-there he goes,
Keeps the girls upon their toes,
Light of step and bright of eye,
See them loolc when he goes by
Band 2, 39 Hi-Y 35 Football 4, Track 49 LaFamac Staff 45
Bulldog Staff 4.
If you've got a heart within yuh,
Shirley's smile is bound to win yuh-
Always friendly, nice and sweet,
The sort of girl you love to meet.
Gordon Military College, Barnesville, Georgia 1, 2, 33
Fayetteville High 3, 4.
'Fommy can study,
Tommy can dance,-
But finds time for romance.
Latin Club 13 Boxing 13 Monogram Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis
23 Science Club 29 Library Club 23 Boosters' Club 33
Basketball 3, 4,
Self-restrained, but keen of brain,
That's the Frank we lcnow.
We're sure great things await him,
W'herever he may go.
Latin 1, 23 Glee Club 1, 23 Beta 3, 4.
Susan loves a ball game,
Susan loves to dance,
Susan loves a bit of fame
And oodles of romance.
Latin Club 1, 2: Secretary-Treas. of Class 25 Marshal 3:
Boosters' Club 3, 45 Girls Hi-Y 3, 45 Sec. of Hi-Y 4, La-
Famac Staff 45 Bulldog Staff 43 Treas. of Sr. Class 4.
"Practice rnalces perfect,"
We hear them say,
In the business world
She'll rule some day.
Look at her hair!
Loolc at her clothes!
Such a good sport
Wherever she goes!
Lumberton: Glee Clubg Boosters' Club, Fay. Latin Club
Library Clubg J. E. A. Club.
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To 1vl11'1'r us 'cross H112 jll'IH'S, .
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0111' ylo11111 jus! 1I1.v11pp1'11rs.
ll1:'rTv VAN LANn1N1:11A1x1
Q11,i1'lc of Illlllll,
Light of lor,
Tlllll is ufI1,y
W1' low' l11'r su,
Glrl Scouts l: Library Club l: Glvc Club l, 23 Latin Club
2. Il: Home H1-, Club 2, 3: Boosters' Club Il, -lg llulldog
Rom-:R'r VANs1'oRv lliobbyl
Wnlrll the girls-1111 'll'lll' 11112111 xiyh,
Ilobby V1111.st11m1'x 1111.w.wi1111 by!
7'11ll mul llU7ldS0llll', 1111111 nf l111i'1',
II1' 1'1111I11'r1'x 1ll'll7'lS of I111Ii1's fair.
Football 4: lll-Y 43 Boy Scout '37, '38, 'Ilflg Bulldog Staff 43
Boosters' Club 4.
Whul 11'1111l1I lhry 1111 Il'Hll0llf 111111,
Olll' hogs in 11'l11l1' 111111 blur?
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'l',lI'jl l.'1111111 Il11'y'r1' lI'll hy Jlllll.
Llbrary Club I: Glrl Scouts 1: Latin Club l, 2: Junior
Marshal 3: Glrlx Hl-Y ll, 43 Cheerleader 3, 43 Chief Load-
m' 4: lloost1-rs' Club Il, 43 llulldog Staff 4.
A ln1sl111'ss 11111111 11'lll l'l'lll'll I11 lJ0ll'I'l'
S11 girls 1111 111111 l1i111 1111i1'Ir:
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lf it is sI111r1'1l '11"lll1 Vir.
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Glrl Svouts l: l.lb1'ary Club lg Latin Club l, 2: Boosters'
Club Il, 43 Glrls Ill-Y Il. 4.
BILLY W'll,l,lA Ms
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Llbrary Club I, 2: Haml l. 2, 3, 4: l-'1'vn1-h Club Il: Dra-
matlcs fl, 4: Football 3, 43 Bulldog Staff -1.
CHARLES D. XNILLIAMS
l'l111rlrx 1'1111 1i11n1'1? llllfl f'llll7'll'S 1'1111 sing,
l'h11rl1's l'll1l do mnsl llllyflllllfl.
Q1111'k of wil, will: slriyhl of ll!llHl--
'l'h1' lllflfllf will hr' al his l'0HIllllllIIl.
Latin Cluh lg Library Club 1, 23 Orchestra 1, 2, 33 Contest
Plays 35 Football 3, 43 Black Masquers 3. 4: Dramatlwe
Club 3, 4: Serretary 3: Vice-President 4: Boys Hi-Y 4:
Lal-'amac Staff 4: Bulldog Staff 4.
JOHN HAROLD WILLIAMS
.IOIITIYS 1111.l1'l1 111111 loves his s11lil111I1'
B111 h1'l11f11l 11N Ihr rvsl.
I11 x1:l11111l wr Iilrf' his 11Il1I111l1',
In IlllSl7lI'SS h1"s H11' bwxf.
Latln Club 2, Il: ll. li. Club ll.
Here comes Riley!
Watch those black eyes flash!
He has charm and plenty of dash!
Basketball 2, 33 Boxer 1, 2, 33 Low "X" Club 23 D. E.
Club 23 Hi-Y 33 Boosters' Club 33 D. 0. Club 3, 4.
HILLARY WINSLOW tHickJ
Tall of stature and light of hair
Dancing like a Fred Astaire,
Quick of thought and skilled in art-
Watch out girls! He'll win your heart!
Latin 13 Library 1, 23 Boosters Club 1, 23 Glee Club 1, 23
Football 3, 4.
On the gridiron, he's a herog
On the dance floor, he's a wow:
But with the thermometer registering zero
"Covey" races his heart somehow.
Band 13 Scouts 1, 2, 3, 43 Eagle Scout3 Sea Scouts 13 Latin
Club 1, 23 Marshal 33 Boys Hi-Y 3, 43 Football 3, 43 Track
3, 43 LaFamac Staff 43 Bulldog Business Manager 43 Treas.
Hi-Y 43 President Student Body 43 Homeroom Chairman 43
JOSEPH EDWARD YEAGO fJOeJ
At parties he is lots of fung
At business he's a dandy,
And when we're selling Victory Bonds
W He always comes in handy.
3 Library Club 23 French Club 33 Band 3, 43 Boys I-Il-Y 43
Staff 43 D. E. Club3 Dramatics Club.
ELEVENTH GRADE SENIORS WHOSE PICTURES DO NOT APPEAR
One of the very best is our Jane
VVe're glad there's one
Among us sane-
Bobby is quiet, nice and tall,
You hardly know he's there at all.
Henderson High 13 Science Club 13 Fayetteville
High 2, 3, 43 Assistant Photographic Editor 43 Foot-
ball 43 Team Spotter 4.
He's a boy who likes his fun,
But James always has his work done.
"A good name is better than precious ointment"
Stedman High School 13 Fayetteville' High School
2, 3, 4.
In traveling down the road of time
If I should e'er be sick
And want a peach to nurse me,
1'd call for Ruby quick.
We're glad he's come to cheer 'us all,
But we need him most
To play football.
HA merry heart doeth good like a medicine."
D. 0. Club 3, 4.
TWELFTH GRADE SENIORS
WILLIAM JASPER JOHNSON
BOBBY MCRAINEY '
Tho' the skies may be dark and dreary,
He still is full of fung
Tho' Latin be dim and bleary,
He hasn't a worry-not one.
Library Club 13 Latin Club 23 Football 4.
William's a boy
Whom all will like,
For Fayetteville's school
He's a "Lucky Strike".
Full of business,
Full of fun,
Friends with him
Are quickly won.
Juniors look at him and sigh,
Star of athletes passing by,
Baseball, football-also track!
1, 2, 3' Monogram 13 Track 13 Bas
, eball 1
2, 33 Fayetteville 43 Football 4.
What's the matter with Milton?
A ball is always his quest.
Athletics is his hobby-
He'll be a coach I guess.
Football 2, 3, 4.
WHOSE PICTURES DO NOT APPEAR
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"Time rolls his ceaseless course." It was September 1939. Marvel! Marvel! The
class that in 1932 had entered the first grade had now become high school freshmen.
How grown-up we felt! Our first task was to choose our class officers to lead us through
this memorable year. We chose as President, Kate Broadfoot. Our Vice-President, was
Robert Cowles, and Betty Bragg was our Secretary-Treasurer.
This year Kate Broadfoot brought honor to our class by winning the Scholarship
Cup which is given each year at Commencement to the person having the highest schol-
astic average in the school.
We started our Sophomore year in the new Senior High School, the best looking
building in the state we thought. Again we chose K-ate Broadfoot as President. Her co-
workers were Tommy Jordan, Vice-President, and Susan Tolar, Secretary-Treasurer.
This year we had lost many of our old friends but we had gained many new ones. Our
Sophomore year was almost uneventful. Before we knew what was happening we were
entering our Junior year.
Betty Boone, as President of the Junior Class, led us through a successful and very
eventful year. The other officers were Georgia Olive, Vice-President, and Edmund Dog-
We had many pleasant tasks before us, but probably the most outstanding one was
preparation for the Junior-Senior Prom. This was an occasion that we had anticipated
since entering high school life.
This year the marshals for Commencement. were chosen from our class. Chief
Marshal was Georgia Oliveg Assistant Marshals were Kate Broadfoot, Jean Huske, Tom-
my Jordan, Harvey Oliver, John Pate, Stuart Verdery, Jack Woodell, and Susan Tolar.
With such a successful year behind us, we began our Senior year with enthusiasm
somewhat tinged with awe-awe at our own increase in importance and responsibility.
Ulpon our shoulders lay the responsibility of publishing the LaFamac. Georgia Olive was
chosen Editor-in-Chief and Rodger Derby was Business Manager until he left in Feb-
ruary, then Bertram Fleishman carried on as Assistant. With Miss Black as advisor and
a very capable staff, we did a very good job.
The officers of the Student Body were Jack Woodell, Presidentg Newton Robert-
son, Vice-Presidentg and Charles Collins, Secretary-Treasurer.
The Senior Class officers were Tommy Jordan, President, John Crawford, Vice-
Presidentg Kate Broadfoot, Secretary, and Susan Tolar, Treasurer.
This year the Beta Club had a very successful year under the leadership of Tommy
Jordan as President. Rodger Derby was editor of the Bulldog -and gave us several in-
This year many of our classmates and friends who had started to school with us,
left school to enter the armed forces. We look forward to the time when we shall again
meet them. '
At last the day for which we have been preparing, Graduation Day, is almost here
and when we think back over the many experiences which we have had, the friends we
have made, and the play and work we have done in preparation for this glorious day,
it is almost with sadness that we think that our days at Fayetteville High are almost
LOUISE SHERRILL, Historian
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Class of 1943
Phe 1943 Seniors of the Fayetteville High School, being sound in both mind and body,
and realizing that their remaining days at F. H. S. are few, now make their last will
Section 1. To Mr. Sisk we do will and bequeath our sincere appreciation for the interest he
has taken in us. I
Section 2. To Mr. Harrill we do will and bequeath our heartiest thanks, for his understand-
ing, and the many nice things he has done for us during these past four or five years.
Section 3. To the teachers we leave our best wishes, and the hope that next year's seniors
will prove as satisfactory as we feel that we have been.
Section 1. We, Georgia Olive and Jack Woodell, do will and bequeath our untiring efforts
on behalf of the school, to any Junior with lots of school spirit.
Section 2. I, Tommy Jordan, do will and bequeath my ability td get along with the faculty
and students to Steve Nimocks. '
Section 3. I, Fletty Sue Sessoms, do will and bequeath my imitation of the faculty to Daisy
Section 4. I, .Sarah Holmes, do will and bequeath my dancing ability to Emily Applewhite.
Section 5. We, Jake and Dot, do will and bequeath our 'icozy corner in the corridor" to
Leslie Bennett and John White.
Section 6. I, Bobby Vanstory, do will and bequeath my set of hair curlers to Glenn Overton.
.Section 7. I, Isobel Autry, do will and bequeath my pair of stilts to Jane Paton.
Section S. I, Morehead Stack, do will and bequeath my ability to have fun and get away
with it to Norwood Michie.
Section 9. I, Edmund Doggett, do will and bequeath my originality to Jennet Pohl.
Section 10. I, Susan Tolar, do will and bequeath my good nature to "Covey" Yarborough.
Section 11. I, "Gus" Hamilton, do will and bequeath my case of school girl giggles to Mary
Section 12. I, Stuart Verdery, do will and bequeath my ability to look as if I just stepped
from a page of Vogue to Winnie Joyner.
Section 13. I, Anne Nash White, do will and bequeath my unfailing calmness, to any Junior,
if there is one who never gets excited.
Section 14. I, Jean Huske, do will and bequeath my amazing amount of school spirit, to
Section 15. We, the boys of the Senior Class who have answered the call of our country,
do will and bequeath our patriotic spirit to the boys of next year's Senior Class.
Signed and sealed the fifteenth day of February, in the year of Our Lord 1943.
Stuart Verdery MARGARET Moi-'FITT
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Best All-round! LESLIE SESSOMS AND GEORGIA OLIVE
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Most Likely to Succeedf TOMMY JORDAN AND DIARY ESTHER APPLEWI-IITE
Most Sfudi0us.' LILLIAN MOOIIPJ AND EUGENE BRANTLEY
Most Depemlable: BETTY BOONE AND JACK WOODELI.
Most Popular: SARAH HOLMES AND EASTWOOD ATWATER
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MOTTO: "TODAY DECIDES TOMORROW"
Colors: Green and White Flower: White Water Lily
TENTH GRADE POEM
By Malloy Owen
A definite task and a hard one sure-
The faults of a wounded world to cure!
There lies before us no flowery ease,
But to build a new world, our God to please,
A task for which we now prepare,
For if we are ready, 'twill save all much care.
We're well on our way, and a lot we've learned,
But our heads from the job must not be turned,
Our high school career is not yet done,
We must keep on fighting until we've won.
Besides the great work of a life to live,
We must learn something the future to give.
Let's be filling our minds with valuable knowledge,
For as you know we may not go to college,
Let us have faithg let us progress!
We'1l get all we can at old F. H. S.
So onward to Victory, head over heel,
'Right now for the future, we're laying the keel!
4 as as
Robert Adams, Dorothy Adams, Matilda Alexander, Shirley Allen, Emily Applewhite, Linda
Arab, lflarl Averilte.
Marian llarrett, llelen Heard, Margaret Bell, Leslie Bennett, Alexander Biggs, Paul Black-
well, lflben llrisson.
Lloyd llrisson, Margaret Bristow, Roy Bryant. Howard Buie, Margaret Bullard, Juanita Bur-
ris, lfllizalmeih Campbell.
lletty Ann Clark, Billy Clark, Robert Cole, Mary Helen Collins, Lillian Cox, Glenn Crook,
Daisy Crowson, George Crumhley, Jean Curtiss, George Daskall, Jean Downing, Connie Ellis,
Deno Fasul, Freda Fleishman, Jean Fleishman, Philip Foushee, Alice Lee Franck, Oscar
Friederick, John White Gainey.
Harry George, Sylvia Gervais, Farley Gibson, David Godwin, Faye Godwin, Frances Godwin,
George Hair, Earl Hall, Helen Hamilton, Mary Miller Hamilton, Sylvia Haywood, Warren
Hedgpeth, Mary Louise Holmes.
Gary Hooks, Virginia Howell, Marshall Howie, Eleanor Ann Hunter, Thomas Hunter, Ed-
ward Hurley, Anne Huske.
Julian Jeanes, Billy Jennings, Tommy Jetton, Phil Johnson, Jimmy Johnston, Winnie Joy-
ner, Fred Kelly.
Joe Kosterman, Hartzel Lebed, J. D. Lewis, Jr., Lucille Lewis, Edmund Lilly, Jr., Dixie Liv-
ingston, Patsy Lucas.
Sam Luttcrloh, Yvonne Melvin, Norwood Michie, Peggy Moffitt, Loretta Monthie, Bobby
McCoy, Zula McFadyen.
Edwin McMillan, Beatrice McQueen, Steve Nimocks, Katherine Norton, Glenn Overton, Lu-
cille Owen, Malloy Owen.
Winston Owen, Malloy Pate, Jane Paton, Mary Peoples, Peggy Pittman, Jennet Pohl, Harold
Newton Robertson, Leon Rosenfeld, Douglas Salley, Ann Scott, Shirley Shepherd, William
Shropshire, Billy Shuford.
Mary Edna Singer, Betty Smith, Irene Smylie, Billy Snyder, Wheldon Stevlingson, John
Stout, Eppie Stragala.
Jimmy Strickland, Evelyn Taylor, John Terpening, Harold Threatt, Emily Tillinghast, Nancy
Tillinghast, Dorothy Tinnin.
Shirley Tolar, Marion Varnedoe, George Vestal, Wally Vreeland, Agnes Walker, Marilyn
Walston, Aileen West.
Augusta Worth, Covey Yarborough, Katherine Young.
Secretary and Treasurer
THE FRESHMAN CLASS
By Sandy Metts
We of this class which has just begun-
Can not look forward to a future of fun,
We must remember that the classes before
Are fighting now for something more
Than any others have ever done-
And that when this, our war, is forever won,
We must patch up the wounds of a crippled world
And carry the banner that they unfurled.
Matt Askea. Bobby Averette. Carl Barrett. David Baugh. Rees Beard, Neal Bell, Louis Benson. Charles
Boone. VValter Britt, Eddie Brooks. J. VV. Bullard. John Bunn. James Cherry, Winifred Cheshire. Fletcher Clayton.
Jimmy Clontz. Doris Allen, Marie Almond, Frances Averitte, Barbara Barfield, Etheleen Bass, Mildred Beard.
Mary Higgs, Mary Hoosalis. Emma Brown. Ruby Love Brown, Elizabeth Burns, Clara Byrd, Hazel Byrd. Hilda
Cain, Patsy Cain. Mary Elizabeth Cannon, Helen Carmivhael. Peggy' Carter. Betty Chandler. and Mrs, Simmermau.
George Cook, Alex Cosmidis, Bobby Creed, Henry Crouch. Clyde Culbreth, Tom Dale. Tom De-Vane, Alvis
Dew, Billy Dougherty, Albert Dugan, Elbert Fisher, Malcolm Fleishman, Jim Fournier, Bobby Gainey. Calvin
Harris, Stanly Harris, Juanita Collins. Mary Frances DeVane. Katherine Downs. Dorothy Ann Drake, Hazeline Ed-
wards, Mary Louise Faircloth. Florence Fillyaw, Joyce Fisher, Rebecca Gardner, Katherine Graham, Tlrentice Hall,
Edna Ruth Hardee, Mary Harlan. Gloria Harris. K. Harrison. Faye Hastey, Ditty Hayes. Betsy Douglass, Lela
Earp. Miss Matthews.
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Johnnie Henderson, Junior Hoffman, DeVVitt Holmes, Ray Holmes, Billie Herring, Billie Holt, C, C. Howard.
Jimmy Hutaff, Dennis Hutchinson, Percey Izzell, James Jackson, Jack James, Arthur Jenkins, Edgar Johnson. J.
P. Johnson. Marvin Kelly, Merle Kinlaw. Herbert Krongsburg, Milton Machat. Dewy Malcolm, Delpha Rose Her-
ring. Christine Hobbs. Dixie Huske, Agnes Itterly, Hope Jackson. Elizabeth Johnson, Betty Keeler, Betty Keepers,
Anne Koleman, Jessie King, Ruth Lee, Martha Livingston, Mrs. Miller.
lilinorys Mnnltsliy. Oyi Milton. Uluyton Mitt-lnnn, Stuart Moffitt. Tliomais Moore. .Ir,. Charles lNIorgun
l-Zlth-1-rl Morrison. Lztnier Mt-tlmzziii. liilly Mcliziy, Gilbert, Mc-Leocl. l"run4-es Jones. lletty Mantltsby, Stella Muultsby.
Mzn'g:irt't Mziynor, Sznuly lila-tts. Collet-n Rlilligatn. llelmet-cu Moxingo. Betty M-Millun. Ielen MvNeill. Surat Oliver.
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Walter llzileigh, Plmrles Allen Register, Fermun Calvin Riddle, Iirlwin Earl Sulley. Harper Jerome Sasser.
.itunes Millznwl Short, llolmlmy Smith. 'Fhomzis Smith, Reece Smithmzm, Toinmy Snipes, Harold Stevens. Thomas
St:-xt-ns. Williann Alfred Vamstory. Thoinzis ilzn-old XVultei's, Frzmk Watson. .lolm Williams, Bennie Zinn, Merle
ltatlney, lletty line lit-gistt-i', Ale-une lloyster. Virginian Ilutlisill, Mary lilizztlnetli Suleeliy, Julia Sanders, Marie Avery
Sliuw, I'egi.:ic- Doris Sliznxx',gM3u3L-Qggl,-S.h.i.xl.e17.lmm Ann Sitler, Harriet Skipper, lvlurguret Stout, Bettie Lou Striek-
luncl. Mary l4'i'zim'es Sullivan, Joyce 'l'l1zif.:g:t1'ml. Peggy Thomason, Nancy Thompson. Anne XVestwurd Tolar. Eleanor
Ttnnllnson, lluzel Tomlinson, Dorothy 'l'yntlull. Hilda Gray Vatnn. Irene Vinson, .luzmitzi NVacle. Lorem' NVuddell
Surat XN':ttkins, .loyve XV1-lister, Pauline XVic4ker. 1,0111 Elizabeth VViggs. Fratnves XVilson, Cora Lee XVolfe, Katherine
Yzirliorougli, Mary lleigli Zerlie, Mr, Mvliininion.
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MARY E. APPLEWHITE
ANNE NASH WHITE
ETTY SUE SSOMS
MARY E. SAYRE
ALIDA BELLE DAUGHTERY
MARY FIELDS JONES
a good time
peace and quiet
the Field Artillery
we wonder? Q
to heckle people
a home for two
could be Sarah
all of us
the Air Corps
a good time
to get in trouble
with a smile
at the Brunswick
ah she gets around
with the women
U. S. O.
on the run
every Friday nite
in the "Wolf"
"For Me and My Gal"
"Smoke Gets in Your Eyes"
"Gobs of Love for the
"I Came Here to Talk for
"Mr. Five by Five"
"Sun Up to Sun Down"
Oh You Beautiful Doll"
i'Send Me One Dozen Roses"
Please Think of Me
And The Angels Sing"
"I'm Just Wild About
Million Dollar Baby"
"Ain't We Crazy?"
with Ann N. Q Tommy "I'd Know You Anywhere"
with the girls
You Gotta Be a Football
anywhere "They GO Wild, Simply
Wild Over Me"
with Emily "You'd Be So Nice To Come
with Margaret Sz Anne "Pardon My Southern
with Margaret Sz Tommy "Thanks For The Mem-
at movies "Ten Pretty Girls"
with "Isy" "There Are Such Things"
at the Soda Shop
"Rosie The Riveter"
jumping out of windOws"It's a Woniderful World"
with her momma "Pm Saving Myself For
in gym shorts "Dark Eyes"
Sitting "Chattanooga Choo Choo"
in a chair "Deepiin a Dream"
smiling "Smile AWhile"
at Belk's "Every Nite About This
at dances 'flmaginatiorf'
with his dog "Old Dog Tray"
with Dot "You and I"
with Boone "After The Ball Is Over"
with Jake "My Man"
at work "A Man and His Dream"
talking to Jean
"This Is the Army"
keeping up the Army "But a 2nd, Lt. Has the Key
typing- l '
away from school
To Her Heart"
"Do I Worry"
"Love Thy Neighbor"
loafing "Miss You"
In the library with Miss "The Five O'clock Whistle"
getting in trouble "Everything Happens
,A To Me"
riding "Give Me My Boots and
driving "From One Love to An-
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Sara Frances Barnes
Betty Sue Sessoms
Addie Ruth Shelton
Mary F. Jones
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Alida Belle Daugherty
Mary Fields Jones
Betty Sue Sessoms
Anne Nash White
MARY COVINGTON YARROROUGH
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MARY MILL!-:R HAMILTON
Betty Ann Clark
Dorothy Ann Drake
Eleanor Ann Hunter
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ADDIE RUTH SHELTON
Literary and Art Editor
JEAN HUSKE, KATE BnoAnFooT
Assistant Circulation Manager
Sarah Frances Barnes
BUSINESS STAFF WORKERS
f Karlyn Sloan
Betty Van Landingham
Betty Sue Sessoms
JACK WOODELL, President
NEWTON ROBERTSON, Vice-President
CHARLES COLLINS, Secretary 8: Treasurer
9th GRADE HOME ROOMS
10th GRADE HOME ROOMS
11th GRADE HOME ROOMS
12th GRADE HOME ROOM
STUDENT BODY OFFICERS
STEVE NIMOCKS, Chief
CHARLES D. VVILLIANIS, President, LYDIA LEE IIURLEY, Vice-Pres., MARY E. APPLEWHITE, S622 62 Treas
Mary Lou Squires
Mary L. Holmes
Betty Lou Pearly
Betty Ann Clark
Mary E. Sayre
Lydia Lee Hurley
Charles D. William
Jean Downing Emily Applewhite Mary Boosalis Mary Esther Applewhite
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Nlllliillil .'Xll'XSllHlK'I'. Sliirim-5' .-Xllm-11. Emily :x.lJlJllfVVililU
'Vs Higgs. Holly limmo. lfllizzilmctli Ilurns.
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11I1l11il. Nlzwilyii Wz1ls111i1. .Migilslu XY4li'li1, Mary Vovcy Yz1i'l1111'o11gh.
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I':iXN'llfHl IZ1-1-153 f'lllll'ik'S Vulliiis. Ilolmby t'i'1-4-cl. Chzxrlvs Cross, George C'i'um11lvy, Billy Dollghb
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DOUGLAS ROBERTS, Prcsirlrnt
LUCIAN HERIUNG, Vice-President
PENNIE HERRING, Secretary
BILLIR Moimxs, Treasurer
MR. J. D. HAYNE, Faculty Advisor
Lacy Carter, Lois Cheshire, Ariail Creed, Farley Gibson
Vvilton Grimes, John McDuffie, Zeke Smith.
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Miss JULIA FULLER, Athletic-aide
Mus. VVILLIAM A. MILLER, Director
Mary Frances Sulliven. Frances Godwin, Sara Watkins,
Nancy Thompson, Dorothy Adams, Agnes Walker, Hazeline
Edwards, Joyce Thaggard, Mary Peoples, Evelyn Taylor.
Florence Fillyaw, Joyce Webster, Rebecco Mozingo,
Juanita XVade, Virginia Howell, Ann Scott, Aileen West,
Patsy Cain, Gloria Harris, Eugenia Barron, Edna Ruth
Hardee, Joyce Fisher, Helen McNeill, Frances Jones.
Sol Monsour. Jack John-
son, Shlrley Taylor, Es-
telle Robinson, Mlnaree
Brown, Jake Gardner,
Lesley smith. John wil- l
llams, Frances Tray-
Sarah Frances Barnes, Marle Avery Shaw, Frances Jones,
Hazel Byrd, Susan Tolar, Adltha Lloyd, Dora Wiggs, Wally
Vreeland, Malloy Owen, Paul Moyle, Jack Woodell, Mary
Esther Applewhlte, Julia Saunders, Sarah Stewart, Judy
McCulston. Morehead Stack, Dewey Malcolm. Thomas Fau-
cette, Harry Shaw, Howard Buie, Jack Sanderford, Charles
Smith, Billy Ellis, Edmund Doggett.
Mary Esther Applewhlte, Hazel Byrd, Paul Moyle, Steve
Nlmocks, Malloy Owen.
OFFICERS 3rd 4th 5th
Clmirman --, Stanley Harris Betty Keeler Albert Dugan
Marie A. Shaw
Harold Th reatt
Rrportcrs .... ---M. Fleishman Tommy Moore Merle Rainey
Lorene XVaddell V fVValter Britt Tonnny Snipes
AVI .....- Jlllia Sanders K if Hope Jackson Betty Perley
Cartoons -- McKay lj! Billy Vanstogy
Typists -- Bayless
1,f'fIlfC1' -- GQ0l'gQ Hail' Charles Cross
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Clwm' I.l'lldl'7'S.' NANUY TILLINGHAST, JEAN HUSKE, STUART WYRRDI-TRY, Groitom OLIVE, AUut7s'rA HAMn.'i'oN.
Dorothy Hensdale, Sarah Stewart. Eleanor Pender. Isobel Autry, Furman Greene. Solomon Monsour. Margaret
Moffitt. Steve Nimocks. Morehead Stack. Edmund Doggett, Katherine Yarborough. Nan Tolar. Elizabeth Burns.
Merle Rainey, Dixie Livingston. Clara Byrd, Martha Livingston. Hazel Byrd, Patsy Luras. Mary Esther Applewhite,
Katherine Downs, Sarah Oliver, Dorothy Ann Drake, Marie Avery Shaw. Coyey Yarborough. Jane Paton, Winnie
Joyner. Betty Ann VanLandingham. Susan Tolar. Betty Sue Sessoms. Ann Nash VVhite, Rose Harrison, Tom Tea-
beaut. liastwood Atwater, Kate Broadfoot, Lorene NVaddell. Henry Crouch. Sarah Barnes, Karlyn Sloan. Mary
Fields Jones. Peggy Moffitt. Jack VVoodell, Dorothy Tinnin. Matilda Alexander, Mary M. Hamilton, Leslie Bennett,
Ann Huske, Katherine Boone. Betty Sue Arthor, Anna K. Pinkston, Margaret Dempsey. Mae Griffith, Minnie Lee
Loy, Charles Robinson, Bobby Vanstory, Emily Applewhite, Helen Beard. Helen Hamilton, John Pate, Ted Lilly,
Harry Shaw, Julia Saunders, Peggy Pittman, Ferman Riddle. Vxlinifred Powers. Elwood Berry, Joe Yeago, Bobby
McCoy. Toni DeVane. Katherine Graham. Lucille Robinson. Bobby Creed. Hirk VVinslow, .lean Fleishman, Billy
Felton. Marian Barrett, Luville Owen.
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Rocky Mount 12
LESLIE SEssoMs, Co-Captam
S1anr1ing.' Iiuskell, Wiggs. Tolar, Sessoms, Clayton, Dunnagan, Berry, Woodell, Martin, Collins.
h'7l!3fflf'IIfj.' Iiutterloh, Crumlmley, Nimocks, Johnson, Overton, Smith, Rothermel, Olive, Smith, Jor-
Sitting: Joyner, Moore, Sanderford, Salley, Maultsby, Bryant, Gibson, Cheshire, Kennedy, Rob-
erts, Williams, Shaw, VVinslow, Downing, Baugh, Crawford, Shaw, Tatum.
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Line: Ruskell, Wiggs, lluie, Berry, Woodell, Martin, Collins.
Backfielrlf llunnzigun, Tolar, Clayton, Sessoms.
mt mu It the int C iumhley. Shaw. Tatuin,
mul ww ohnson l'1te, lierry, Clayton, Collins. Smith.
rl 4 eiloh C o lc-h Mc-Riininon, Gl'Cl'lAl0. Overton. C'i'awfoi'rl, lvlanagei' l.uttei'loh. Sessoins
Co-Cfiplriifns lliciucv, ftI.AY'l'0N
Rock y Mount
Captain track events, JOHN Dizw. Co-Captains of field events, BILL YANCEY, DON CLAYTON
Front row: Woodell, Jordan, Clayton, Smith, Berry, Atwater, Sanderford.
Back row: Cosmidis fMgr.J, Clayton CMgr.D, Smith, Shaw, Tatum, Sessoms, Tolar, Lutterloh,
The 1942 Fayetteville Track Team had a very successful season. Under the
guiding hand of Coach Wick Smith the team placed third in the State meet at
Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
Leslie Sessoms stole the show by breaking the state javelin record with a
colossal throw of 179 feet 215 inches.
Bill Yancey and Don Clayton, backbone of the team, both turned in good per-
formances, each scoring ten points.
The team also competed in several other meets including the Duke Invita-
tional Meet at Duke University. At this meet teams from all over the South com-
peted. A few of the states represented were Virginia, North Carolina, Florida,
South Carolina and District of Columbia.
Under the present conditions it is doubtful whether there will be a track
team this spring or not.
Kelly, llilly Shul'm'ml, Mavic
LS SOF'l'l3Al,l, FHA MPIONS
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ryn Norton, llixic- Livings .
lcggy l'ltlmun, Shirlvy Shoph
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BOYS SOFTBALL CHAMPIONS
l"ronI Ifouz' .l. ll. howls, llullglzls Szlllvy. l'l1il Jollnson, 11001510 C'1'uml1loy. Str-vo Nimm-ks, l"1'vcl
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I'h1rr1 rout' llilly .lc-nning.:s, Glcnn Ovcrtmm. Nllllurrl Slwrl, Jimmy lluluff. KY V, lluwxlrll, lGclwzn'cl
l'111'lc-V, Louis Henson, Earl llzlll. .lllllllll Jeunos.
Eastwood Atwater ,,,.,,,,. ,,,,,,,,,Y,Y,..A,,,,,,AA .
Elwood Berry ,,,,.,,,,,,
Howard Buie ,,,,,..
Charlie Collins ,,,.,.
Don Clayton ,,,,,,,,,o .
Fletcher Clayton ,,..,
Alex Cosmidos .,.,,,,,.
Johnnie Crawford ...A,..
George Crumbley .,,,,,,.,
Lawrence Downing ,,,,,,
.liminie Dunnagan ., ,,,,, ..
Phil Johnson .. ..
Tommy Jordan. Sccrclrzry io,,..
Ralph Lutterloh .,,,,, .,,,t..,,,,,..
Sam Lutterloh ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,
Steve Nimocks .,,,,....t,,,...,,,,,.
Harvey Oliver, Treasurer ..
Glenn Overton i,tt,t,..,,,,.,,,,,...,
Sol Rose ,..o,..,,,,,..w..,,,,..,,
George Rothermel ,,,,,o,
.lohnny Ruskell .,,,.l,,,,..i,,,,,,.,..,,,, ,,,.,,..,
.lack Sanderford i,,,,w....,,,,.,.,oo....,,,,. ,.,,....
Leslie Sessoms, Vicc-President
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luarl Smith .,..,,Ytttt,,t,,..,.i,,...,i.,,,...,, .t,t....
Marshall Tatum, President ..,aw ,,..,..,
Tommy Teabeaut ww..Y,....,,a,,...,,
Oscar Tolar .,,,...ii,,,,
Milton Wiggs ..,,,,
.lack VVoodell ..
.........Football 43 Basketball 3, -lg Track 3.
.........Football 3, t, 5, Basketball 5.
.........Football 3, 4, 5: Basketball 4, 5, Track 3, rl,
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.........Football 3: Track 31 Basketball -l.
.........Football 3: Basketball 3.
Football 4, 5.
Football -lg Basketball 3: Tennis 2. 3: Track 3.
Football 33 Basketball 3, tmanagert.
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Football 4, 5, trnanagerl: Basketball 3 lmanagerl
Football 43 Track 3.
Football 5, 433 Track 5: Basketball 6.
Football 5, Track 3, 4, Basketball 5.
Football 3, 4, 5: Track -4.
Basketball 43 Tennis 3.
Football 4, Track 3.
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The school has participated in various kinds of war work throughout the year. , The first
great drive was for scrap. The proceeds from the scrap, 555000, went to purchase a piano for the
auditorium. We collected 9,981 pounds of scrap during this drive. The home rooms entered in a
race, the reward being a half holiday. This was won by Mrs. Cashion's room.
The buying of war bonds and stamps has continued at a furious pace, the total amount
purchased to date, March 19, 1943, is 510,829.20 This home room race was enlivened by the
prizes offered-two U. S. Flags and a half holiday. Solomon Monsour offered a flag for the room
purchasing the most stamps and bonds for the month of February. Miss Black's room, 11th
grade, Section 3, bought 351,625 in stamps and won that flag. On March 8, Mr. T. M. Hunter intro-
duced to the student body Eleanor Ann and Thomas Hunter, who presented to the school a silk
flag. This flag was to be awarded from week to week to the home room purchasing the largest
amount of bonds and stamps the previous week. The first week the flag was won by Miss Black's
home room. t i
From March 19 until April 19 the students, led by Mrs. Edith McLean Barden, conducted a
lively and successful campaign. Our object was to sell S400,000 of bonds sothat we could buy and
name a Flying Fortress. We sold S417,562, and chose for our big bomber the name LaFamac.
In the Red Cross work the school has not been left behind. In November each home room
filled a kit for a soldier going overseas. The Hi-Y girls and Beta Club have helped in the Red
Cross Surgical Dressing Room and the girls Hi-Y has knitted for the Red Cross. The school as a
whole has contributed to the Red Cross and began on March 17 a drive for raising funds for the
Red Cross War Service. A half-holiday will be the award for the home room that gives the larg-
est amount by Wednesday, March 25.
Ever since rationing began our teachers and a large number of the students have helped
The students as individuals have given their time and money to the war effort and rejoice
that they can do their bit.
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WHERE YOU HAVE
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Fayettevi I Ie's Home of Better Values wishes you success and
happiness in all your endeavors - We cordially invite you
and your friends to make our store your shopping head-
quarters. We have complete stocks of newest styled, popular
priced merchandise, for all the family.
' MEN'S WEAR
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5 SHOE DEPARTMENT
' HOSIERY DEPARTMENT
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9 BOYS' DEPARTMENT
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"REMEMBER--YOU ALWAYS SAVE AT BELKSV'
WANTED: WAR-OFFICE WURKERS
T ent's defense progam has developed
into an all-out war prog iiii ramffthousands oi stenog-
needed in the War Department, in the
Navy Departmentfand in many other war agencies
Stenographers working a 48-hour week begin at
Sl752 a year, typists at Sl533. Qualified stenog-
raphers may be advanced to secretarial positions at
Sl97l a year or higher. There is a good chance for
advancement in the case of those who have the
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DIAMONDS AND WEDDING
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"lt's Easy to Pay
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EXCLUSIVE DEALERS FOR GORHAM SILVER
FIRST CITIZENS BANK X1 TRUST C0
FAYETTEVILLE, N. c.
R es Over 357,550,000
COMPZETE BANKING sE1e V165
A f I d dual Firms and Corporations Soli d
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A Pqivate Hospital for Treatment
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QUEEN CITY TRAILWAYS
MANAGEMENT AND EMPLOYEES ARE ON ACTIVE
DUTY SERVING OUR COUNTRY 24 HOURS DAILY
DOING OUR BIT TO HELP SOLVE THE TRANS-
PORTATION PROBLEMS OF TODAY.
IN ADDITION EACH EMPLOYEE PURCHASES EACH MONTH
WAR STAMPS AND BONDS AMOUNTING TO 102, OR MORE
OF THEIR MONTHLY SALARY.
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FINE LADIES APPAREL
Exide Battery Service Station
FRED T. RITTER, Prop.
Generator, Starter 8: Magneto Repair
507 Hay St. - Fayetteville, N. C.
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Furniture For Every Home
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217 Person Street Storeu
Fayetteville, N. C.
We Wish For the Seniors Every Success
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Never before has the World been faced with the necessity of
Education of the masses, as at the present time. Whether the War
is won or lost, Educators and Parents face the grave responsibility
of equipping youth with a practical vocational training, which will
enable them to fight the Battle of Life into which you, Members
of the Fayetteville High School, are now entering.
Cooperate fully with your Instructors, consult your Parents,
seriously consider your Education as the key to your individual
Follow these suggestions closely, and you will become an
essential unit in the future general welfare.
A. E. DIXON, Secretary
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.
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Insurance of All Kinds
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PUBLIC WORKS CUMMISSIUN
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110 ANDERSON STREET
ROSES 5-IO-256 STORE
Where Your Dollar Buys
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f'Fu1'nitm'e of Quality"
"We Furnish the Home Complete
on Terms You Can Easily Meet"
Phone 4821 -:- Fayetteville, N. C.
Hay Street Dial 4177-4178
of S U L L I V A N ' S
RADIO SERVICE CO.
A. W. DUGAN, Prop.
117 Donaldson Street
KING OF SHOEMAKERS
Fort Bragg Fayetteville
PERKINSON'S BLOOM FURNITURE C
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BIIRIIIIEAI3 - DEVANE PRINTING C0
RECORD BOOKS - TAX SUPPLIES
OFFICE SUPPLIES - CARBON -- RIBBONS
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"A Dependable Source of Supply"
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P E R K I N S
Cleaning Cv Dye Works
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Tires - Batteries - Radios
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Maxwel sued Auto Accessones
Dial 4134 -:- Fayetteville, N. c 228 Hay Street - Dial 2458
Jernigan Funeral Home
Fayetteville, N. C.
206 Gillespie St. -1- Dial 5I07-5108
United States War Bonds
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SAUNDERS' DRUG STCRE
Fresh Drugs of Highest
Quality at ll Price You
Can Afford to Pay.
A. E. RANKIN CO., Inc.
Hardware, Builders Supplies
Sporting Goods, Paints
210 Hey sf. - Fayetteville, N. c. Established 1875
Co,-CNY T. Cr B. suPER SERVICE
CAROLINA Dial 2148 Day and Night
BROADWAY Oldsmobile Sales and Service
Complete Repairs to Any Car
THE SHOW PLACES Mom- Rebuilding Body Works
Fayetteville, North Carolina
TH E VOGUE
108 Person Street
Fayetteville, N. C.
"Everything to Wear For The
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Fayetteville, N. C.
P. O. Box 1013
RED CROSS CAFETERIA
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are used for the needy in Cumber-
FOR FLOWERS CALL
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HOUSE OF FLOWERS
109 Green Street
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SANITARY LAUNDRY Cfmlplinlmzts of
DRY CLEANERS, Inc. MCFADYEN
MASTER CLEANERS Muslc fr Jewelry Store
The 1,uumIry Does It Best 118 Hay Street nl' Dial 3587
545 Hay Street -:- Dial 3136 Fayetteville, N- C-
J. C. PENNEY CO., Inc.
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S. H. KRESS 8' CO.
Fayetteville, N. C.
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Foot of Haymount
Fayetteville, North Carolina
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Gifts For The Graduate
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Fayetteville's Leading Store
For Men and Boys
110 Hay street .:. Dial 2505 107 Hay Street
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114 Person Street Dial 3924
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Real Estate Insurance
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Fayetteville, N. C.
THE JEWEL BOX
Leading Credit Jewelers
DIAMONDS - WATCHES
109 Hay Street
FAYETTEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
Prince Charles Hotel '
"Say It With l"l0u'ev'.s"
NIGHT PHONE 2834
C0mPlim6'lfS PHILLIP'S LOAN OFFICE
vf Sporting Goods - Iewelry
Musical Instruments - Luggage
C A R S O N Money to Loan on Anything of Value
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DAY AND NIGHT THE
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Capital .....A....., 340,000 of
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BENNETT Cr GAHR INC. INC
Clones Fm' Yofmff Men ELECTRICAL MERCHANDISE
and RADIOS - GIFTS - CHINA
Men Who Stay Young
120 Hay Street -:- Fayetteville, N. C. Fayetteville, North Carolina
Wilmington, N. C. Fayetteville, N. C. Coynplhnenls
Greensboro, N. C.
CITY OPTICAL CO.
For Best Optical Service of Every
Kind, Always Come to
City Optical Company"
CLARK fr CLARK
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
I. Bayard Clark
Ierome B. Clark
Heman R. Clark
THE TOWN SHOP
121 Anderson Street
Coats - Suits - Dresses
Mrs. S. Ruffin Horne
Mrs. Schaumberg McGehee
Clothing and Shoes
212 Hay Street
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Coal - Fuel Oil SERVICE
Kerosene UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS
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DIXIE COAL 8' OIL CO.
Fayetteville, N. C.
Sales and Service
IIS Green Street -:- Dial 2549
EVANS FURNITURE CO.,
110 Person Street of
"l"ayette1ville Oldest Furnitmre
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LENOX H. BRAMBLE
Plumbing Cr Heating Co., Inc?
523 Pershing Street " 7
Pond Insurance Agency
. D. Norman, Manager
IAL 42 Q H SANDROCK BUILDING
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The Carolina Soda Shoppe
Sodas - Sandwiches - News
Life Insurance Company
G. E. Edgerton
1008-9 Bank Building -:- Phone 2436
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This, Annual was also made possible by contributions
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UNITED SERVICE STORE I. M. SHAW
P. O. HOFFER HENRY FLEISHMAN
WINSLOW AND PEMBERTON A. M. SWARTZ
T. G. SLATE DR. M. S. SUGGS
MacKETHAN'S DRUG STORE
A. M. MOORE
F. W. WOOLWORTI-I AND CO.
M. GAY -
DR. R. M. OLIVE
DR. F. F. COBLENZ -
IERNIGAN'S BODY SHOP
G. H. ALLRAN
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EDWARD D. HOPE
H. LACY Gonwm
DR. 1. H. IUDD
A FRIEND I. M. RICHARDSON
B. C. CDTHERAN DAVID RAY
DR. I. A. KOSTERMAN
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