Fayetteville High School - La Famac Yearbook (Fayetteville, NC)
- Class of 1949
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FAYETTEVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
Foyettevi I Ie, North Carol i no
Superintendent of City Schools ............................. ---------- M R- HORACF SISK
Principal of Senior and Junior High Schools ......., 4----'-- M R- V R WHIFF
Building Principal of Junior High School ........ --------- M ISS MAMIE GRAY
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BOARD OF TRUSTEES
DR. R. M. OLIVE, Chairman
MR. HORACE SISK, Secretary
Mrs. M. VV. Beckwith
Mr. N. A. Currie, Jr.
Mr. J. S. McNeill
Mr. L. E. Plummer
Mr. Leon Fleishrnan
Mrs. W. T. Rainey
Dr. John M. Harry
Mr. J. W. Hensdale
Mrs. George Tinnin
Mr. M. V. Williamson
Mr. Stephen Lambert
Editor in Chief
Treasurer of School Funds: MR. PAUL STEWART
Maintenance - MR. D. C. JACKSON
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To a teacher who for forty-live years has been an inspiration and a friend
to every student and teacher of Fayetteville High School, whose witticisms and
subtle humor enlivened all her classrooms, whose tender understanding endeared
her to hundreds, Whose loveliness of person and of character won the love and
admiration of everyone, and whose daily association is a priceless memory of
her Latin students - To Miss Kate Broadfoot we dedicate the 1949 LaFamac.
MISS KATE HUSKE BROA
MISS FRANCES BENTON
MISS LOUISE BLACK
MISS MARY BLAYLOCK
Latin, French, Drairziaticw ol
MR. HARVEY BOSELL
Band, Jr. Band, Primary Ba r
MISS SARAH M. BROWN
MISS CHRISTINE CHERRY
MR. ROBERT CHINNIS
English I, Chemistry, Physics
MR. W. H. DAVIS
MR. W. E. DOLE
Physical Education-Head Coach
MISS MARGARET DUKE
MISS MARY FRANCES ELLIS
English, French, Journalism
MISS GRIZZELLE ETHERIDGE
MR. J. W. GEORGE
M ISS LOUISE JOHNSTON
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Trigonometry, Solid Geometry,
MRS. GUY JONES
World History, Guidance
MISS HILDA LONGEST .
English, World ' tor ,
Geography l '
MISS IVIARY IVIARTIN
Plane Geometry ' VL K
MISS MARY MILLERJV
MRS. SARAH MONAGHAN
Typing, Bookkeeping t .id
MRS. BILLIE PENDER
MISS MADELINE PRICE
United States History
MISS MIRIAM REVELISE
MRS. NORMA SKEELS
Chemistry, Physics, English
MRS. JANIE SIMMERMAN
MISS EMMA SOUTHERLAND
MISS JEAN VON CANON
MRS. EDITH WARREN
Public School Music
MR. ROY WARREN
Industrial Arts, Athletics
EXECUTIVE BOARD OF P. T. A.
Row 1-Mrs. W. L. Snipesg Mrs. V. E. Hollinshedg Mrs. H. E. Taylor, Presidentg Mrs. Harry Hickey.
Row 2- Mrs. John Robertsg Mrs. P. R. Barbourg Mrs. H. C. Playerg Mrs. George Herndong Mrs.
John H. Croom, Secretary.
Not pictured: Mrs. Alex Cook, Vice-Presidentg Miss Neill Bullock, Treasurer: Mrs. J. Duke Haynieg
Mrs. XV. H. Pontong Mrs. H. H. Lathamg Mrs. R. O. McCoy.
OUR P. T. A.
The Parent-Teacher Association of the Junior and the Senior high schools endeavors to pro-
mote closer relationship and greater understanding between the home and the school. Through
the work of its Teen-Age Advisory Board the P. T. A. assists in providing recreation for the stu-
dents. Parents and teachers are interested in promoting both better schools and better citizen-
ship. Through the P. T. A. We go forward, remembering at all times that We are t'United for
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Row 1-Mrs. A. T. Moore, Mrs. W. R. Smith, Mrs. C. E. Brown, Mrs. E. A. Poe, Mrs. Dewey Barnes.
Row 2-Mrs. Stephen Lambert, Mrs. Scott Russ, Mrs. Marian Hale, Mrs. J. B. Fry, Mrs. Victor Motz.
Not pictured: Mrs. R. O. McCoy.
Row 1-Miss Margaret Dukeg Mrs. John H. Roberts, Chairman, Row 2- Mrs. George Vosslerg
Miss Louise Johnston: Mrs. Leon Gibson, Mrs. P. H. Todd. Not pictured: Mrs. Charles Threatt.
MARY FIELDS JONES
October 29, 1926-September 10, 1948
BIRTH-Lexington, North Carolina
PARENTS-Mr. and Mrs. William Robert Jones
PRIMARY GRADES-Lexington, North Carolina, un-
ELEMENTARY GRADES-Haymount School, Fay-
etteville, North Carolina, 1935 - 1939
CHURCH MEMBERSHIP-Hay Street Methodist
Church, March 28, 1937, Sunday School and Epworth
FAYETTEVILLE HIGH SCHOOL-1939 - 1944
Latin Club 15 Band 1, 2, 35 Library Club 15 Boosters
Club 2, 3, 4, 55 Library assistant 25 Lalfamac Staff
4, 55 Tri-Hi-Y 4. 55 Scottish Dancers 2, 3, 4, 55 U.D.C.
Essay Award 45 Horneroom War Bond Chairman 45
Bulldog Staff 45 Cheerleader 55 Student Council 55
Teen-Age Club 55 Class Superlative Most Depend-
WOMAN'S COLLEGE OF THE UNIVERSITY 0F
NORTH CAROLINA-1944 - 1948
Altheian Literary Society 1, 2, 3, 45 Hall Board for
Coit Hall 15 Pine Needles Business Staff 15 Student
Union Chairman 35 Marshal 35 Student-Faculty Com-
mittee 45 Dance Committee 4-Degree-Bachelor of
Arts in Sociology, May 31, 1948
PLAN FOR 1948 - 1949
Work toward a Master of Arts Degree in Sociology,
Airplane crash near Clarkton, North Carolina, Sep-
tember l0, 1948
Stunned at the sudden and tragic passing of a
young life so rich in promise, we grieve and strive
to understand. In a few brief joyous years Mary
Fields achieved what the average person aspires to
have after a long and successful lifetime: many
friends, a reputation for usefulness and dependability,
and a record of golden deeds,
Her lovely smile, charming personality, sweetness
of spirit, energy and enthusiasm, unselfishness and
thoughtfulness, love of wholesome fun, and ready
adaptability which endeared her to many will live
on and on. Her influence, therefore will remain like
a benediction to inspire others to rich fulfilment5 and
Mary Fields, beautiful and lovable, is treasured in
"To live in hearts we leave behind
Is not to die."
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As you turn the pages of this 1949 LAFAMAC, remem-
ber that it is a history of our school and community this
year. The advertisements show what 'business firms are
functioning and the rest of the book records our various
school activities and the persons involved. The theme, Our
School, is brought out in the introductory pages to the
five divisions. Other pages enumerate our achievements,
hopes, and leaders. The class ring, which every graduate
is proud to Wear, is a symbol of beauty and effort to all
who own itg therefore we proudly feature it on our cover.
VVe sincerely hope that now and in later years this
history will be a pleasure to all who read it.
Editor in Chief
Hail to dear old Fayetteville High School!
Thee we'll always love-
Always hear thy praises ringing,
Ringing from above.
Raise your voices, sing her praises-
Our school is the best!
Fayetteville High School we will cherish-
Dear old F. H. S.!
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Prfsirlmzt Scc1'cla1'y TI'CtISll7'P7' Vice President
RED AND Wuvria RED ROSE
Look THOU NOT DOWN BUT UP
The time is coming now at last,
For us to dress in cap and gown,
To file in chapel-slow not fast-
Some will smile, but some may frown.
Each Senior is a "special" case,
Differing in many ways.
Yet each one hopes to iill a place,
Of distinction all his days.
At times our lessons have been hard-
That French we could not learn!
But when we got that small blue card,
lt was a big concern.
We're going in the world to see,
Just what we have in store.
To each l'd like to give a key,
Revealing to Success the door.
lt's true, we have had lots of fun,
But now We'Ve only time to tell,
That, though it seems we've just begun,
We can but bid a fond farewell.
OUR PRINCIPAL SENIOR
A helpful friend, a Senior too,
Mr. White, our thanks to you.
lt seems only yesterday when the Seniors entered Fayetteville
High School in 1945 as Freshmen and when Mr. White began his
first year as the head of this school.
By offering advice when needed and cooperating with us in
every possible way, Mr. XVhite has proved his willingness to
help us through the years.
To a man who is always cheerful and friendly, yet firm and
serious, we would express deep gratitude for his capable super-
We feel that he is exclusively ours since he entered F.H.S.
when we did, and so we bestow upon him the title of Our Principal
JOSEPHINE VIRGINIA ADAMS
Jo, you. know, has the pretty blond hair,-
Willi everyone she is always fair.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 43 Latin Club 1. 23
Latin Newspaper Staff 23 LaFanzac Staff 43 Business
Stall' for "And Came the Spring" 4.
MARY FRANCES ADAMS
llfitlz. her friendly smile, sIie'll have no foes,
Slle'll have friends wherever she goes.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Boosters Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Teen-Age
Club 1, 2. 3, 43 Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Ticket Com-
mittee "You Can't Take It With You" 23 Photography
Club 23 Bible Club 13 Latin Club 1, 23 Latin Newspaper
Staff 1, 23 Journalism Club 2, 3, 43 Business Staff of
Bulldog 23 Circulation Editor of Bulldog 33 Business
Manager of Bulldog 43 G. A. A. 33 Beta Club 3, 43
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 'Treasurer of Tri-Hi-Y 33 Presidenlt of
Tri-Hi-Y 43 Tri-Hi-Y Dance Committee 33 Advisory
Council Tri'Hi-Y 3, 43 Sponsorship Committee of "Miss
F,H.S." Contest 33 Chairman Welcoming Committee
of Jr.-Sr. 33 Club Advisory Committee 43 School Editor
of LaFamac 43 Most Dependable Girl 4.
RICHARD ROBINSON ALLEN
Nice, smart, faithful, and kind,
A halter guy yonlll never find.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Radio Club 1: Teen-Age 1, 3, 43
Boosters Club 1. 23 Boys' Jr. Hi-Y 23 Latin Club 1, 2:
Latin Newspaper Staff 1, 23 Jr. Rotarian of the Month
4: Secret Order of De-Mo-Lay 43 Beta Club 2, 3, 43
Jr.-Srz Banquet Committee 33 Jr. Class Committee 33
Debating Club 43 Business Manager of Lafdmac 4.
FRANKIIC DORIS BAGGETT
A Iall, Illin, and well-liked blonde:
Of Doris everyone is veiiu fond,
F.IgI.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Bible Club 33 Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 33
Trl-Hi-Y 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Secretary of Glee Club
33 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: A Cappella Chorus 2, 33
French Club 43 Boosters Club 1, 2, 33 Dramatics Club
1, 2, 3: International Relations Club 4: Latin Club 13
Stage Crew of "And Came the Spring" 4.
VIRGINIA WELLS BARBOUR
AlUl0'll!lfl, quizfl Virginia 'nzay be,
Slie has dignity, ds you can see.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Jr. Latin Club 13 Bible Club 13 Latin
Newspaper Staff 13 Latin Club 23 Girls' Tri-Hi-Y 3, 43
Dramatics Club 2, 3, 43 Boosters Club 1: Photography
2, 33 Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 4,
From head to foe sl1.e's first rate:
She does her work and Ls' never late.
F.H.S. l. 2, 3, 43 Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Boosters
Club 1, 2, 3: Latin Club 1, 23 Feature Editor for Eaglet
13 Eagle Staff 23 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Miss F,H.S. Com-
mittee 33 Co-Chairman for Decorations of Jr.-Sr. 33
Jr. Class Committee 3: Senior Tri-Hi-Y 4: Exchange
Editor of Bulldog 4: I.lI1"lll7lllC Stah' 43 Most Likely
to Succeed 4.
FRANCIS KEA BERRY
Football, basketball, baseball, or track,
Skill in sports he will never lack.
Charles L. Coon High School, XVilson, N. C. 1, 23
F.H.S. 3, 43 Jr. Varsitv Basketball 1, 2: Jr. Varsitv
Football 2, 33 Baseball 3, 43 Football 43 Basketball
3, 4: 'Monogram Club 3, 43 Vice'Pres. Monogram Club
43 President of Teen-Age Club 43 Vice-Pres. Sr. Class3
Key Club 43 Cast of "And Came the Spring" 4.
Clinton is always smiling and merry.
As long as he can be with Jerry.
Stedman High School 1, 23 Business Manager of
Nic-Nacg F.H.S. 3. 43 Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basket all 1,
2, 3, 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Monogram Club 4.
GEORGE RANDALL BIGGS
Big and cute, Zhal's our G. R.,
He's always more than up to par.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Teen-Age Club 1, 43 Boys' Hi-Y 1, 2,
3, 43 Key Club 43 "B" Team Football 2, 33 Varsity
Football 43 "B" Team Basketball 23 Latin Newspaper
Staff 1, 23 Student Council 13 Latin Club 1, 23 Boosters
Club 1, 2, 33 Homeroom Chairman 23 Monogram Club
43 Varsity Basketball 4.
MARY SUE BLACK
"Riddle" me this and you are sure to win,
Tell us Mary Sue, "whose fraternity pin?"
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Tri-Hi-Y 3, 43 Teen-Age Club
23.12531 45 Latin Club 1, 23 Home Ee. Club 4: Dramatic-s
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On Barbara all of us can depend,
We hate to see her high. srhool days end,
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 1. 23 Teen-Age Club 1, 2,
8, 43 Dramatics Club 1, 2. 33 Bible Club 13 .Journalism
Club 23 Glee Club 43 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 43 Sergeant-at-Arms
TriAHi-Y 43 Boosters Club3 Stage Crew of "And Came
the Spring" 4.
JANET ESTELLE BOISKY
Y0u'll never find a finer gal,
For she is eUerybody's pal.
Seventy-First H. S. 1, 23 Home Ee. Club 1, 23 Glee Club
2: F.H.S. 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 3.
For those who have vzeiier mel this lass,
They da not know what ihey'1ie let pass.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Dramatics Club l, 2, 33 Boosters Club
33 Home Ec. Club 33 Glee Club 33 Latin Club 1, 23
Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3.
LARRY T. BRANNON
Not like just any Tom, Dick, or Harry,
Is this well-liked boy, lC7l0lU'I1f as Larry.
Robert E. Lee H. S. Staunton, Va. 13 Seoul America
School, Seoul, Korea 23 President of Student Body 2:
Bass H. S., Atlanta, Ga. 33 "B" Team Football 33 "B"
Team Baseball 33 F.H.S. 43 Beta Club 43 Debating Club
43 Homeroom Chairman 4: Student Council 43 Business
Manager of "And Came The Spring" 4.
EVELYN LOU BRANTLEY
Early to bed and early to rise,
Her sure success will be no surprise.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Bible Club 1, 2: Glee Club 23 Spanish
Club 23 Teen-Age Club 1, 2. 43 Boosters Club 1, 2, 33
Dramatics Club 1, 2, 33 Beta Club 2. 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 43
Business Stah' of Bulldog 2: Journalism Club 43
G.A.A. 2, 33 LaFan1ae Staff 43 Historian 4.
GEORGE ARNOLD BRINKLEY
He'll alzrays do his part and more,
George'll always make a big score.
F.H.S. 1, 2. 3. 4: Latin Club 1, 23 I-Jaglet Staff 13
Editor of Eagle 23 Student Council 23 Pres, of Hi-Y
23 Sr. Hi-Y 3. 43 Treasurer of Sr. Hi-Y 43 Delegate Hi-Y
Conference 33 Chairman of Jr.-Sr. Invitations Com-
mittee 33 Outstanding Sophomore 23 Sr. Band 1, 2, 3,
4: Band Letter Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Pres. of Sr. Band 43
Key Club 3, 43 Board of Directors of Key Club 33 Beta
Club 2, 3, 43 Vice Pres. of Beta Club 43 Lafamac Staff
4: Delegate to Beta Club Convention 2, 33 Pres. of
Debating Club 43 Triangular Debaters 43 Cast of "And
Came the Spring" 43 Scottish Dancers 43 Most Studious
CATHERINE MAE BRISTOW
A quiet, friendly girl is she,
And just as fine as fine can be.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Office Staff 4.
JAMES CLAUDE BRITT
Big J. C. makes a good guard,
He gets in there and hits 'em hard.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 1, 23 Pres.
Soph. class 23 -Monogram Club 2, 3, 43 Key Club 3, 43
Teen-Age Club 3, 43 Jr. Var. Football 23 Var. Football
2, 3, 43 Jr. Var. Basketball 23 Var. Basketball 2, 3, 43
Student Court 33 Var. Baseball 2, 33 De-Mo-Lay 43 All-
Eastern Football 43 All-State Football 43 All-Southern
Football 43 Optimist Bowl Captain 4.
PATRICIA BROOKS CPATJ
Patsy is cute, Patsy is smart,
She always will be dear to our heart,
Bailing Springs 3 French Club3 Jr. Homemakers of
America 13 Dramatics Club 13 Cheerleader 13 F.H.S.
5,1 Q 513 Home Ec. Club 13 Baton Club 1, 23 French
LUCILLE VIRGINIA BROWN
Lucille's a pal, loyal, kind, and true,
There's nothing she wouldn't do for you.
Waynesville Township High School 13 Glee Club 13
Dramatics Club 1, C.A.P.I. 13 Choir 13 Page to D.A.R.
13 Jr. Music Club 13 Assistant Dir Dramatics Club 13
"The Sunnybrook Insane Teacher's Aslymn" 13 F.H.S.
2, 3, 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 4: French Club 4: Library 43
Dramatics Club 33 Latin Club 33 "Gypsy Troubadouru
33 Sec. Woman's Auxiliary 3: Girls' Athletic Associa-
ltion 23 Teen-Age Club 2, 33
MILDRED PEGGY BROWN
From Fort Bragg hails this bonny lass
The boys learn little when she's on class.
Waynesville High School 13 Glee Club 13 Dramatics
Club 13 Sunnybrook Teacher 13 C.A.P.I. 13 Music Club
13 F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 "Gypsy Troubadourn
33 Latin Club 23 Spanish Club 43 Dramatics Club 3, 43
Office Staff 3, 43 Teen-Age Club 2, 3, 43 Girls' Athletic
Association 33 Art Club 23 Boosters' Club 4.
Studious in the classroom, always on the rung
But she will take time out to have a lol of fun.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Student Council 13 Latin Club 1, 23
Latin Newspaper Staff 23 Mixed Chorus 1, 3, 43 Girls'
Glee Club 23 A Cappella Choir 23 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. 43
Vice-Pres. Tri-Hi-Y 13 Sgt.-at-Arms Tri-Hi-Y 23 Pro-
gram Tri-Hi-Y 33 Beta Club 2, 3, 43 Delegate to State
Beta Club Convention 2, 33 Sec. Beta Club 43 Vicea
Pres. Debating Club 43 Boosters Club 43 Teen-Age
Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Chairman Entertainment Committee
Jr.-Sr. 33 Chairman Entertainment Committee Miss
F.H.S. contest 33 Scholarship Cup 33 Cast of "Gypsy
Troubadour" 33 Bulldog Staff 43 Class Editor LaFamac
43 Moslt Studious 43 Cast of "And Came the Spring 43
Pres. Future Teachers of America Club 43 Triangular
HILDA GRAY BU LLARD
Sweet, cute, and lots of fun,
Hilda's liked by everyone.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Boosters Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Dramatics
Club 1, 2, 33 Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Bible Club 1, 33
Business Staff of Bulldog 23 Girls' Glee Club 23 Com-
mittee for Girls' Hi-Y Dance 23 Scottish Dancers 2,
3, 43 Treasurer of Scottish Dancers 43 Girls' Tri-Hi-Y
2, 3, 43 Secretary Tri-Hi-Y 33 Tri-Hi-Y Convenltion 33
Advisory Council Tri-Hi-Y 33 Sponsor of Blue-White
Game 23 Beta Club 2, 3, 43 Program Chairman of Beta
Club 43 Spanish Club 1, 23 Latin Club 3, 43 G. A. A. 33
Sponsor Chairman "Miss F.H.S." Contest 33 Figure
Chairman of Jr.-Sr. 3: Feature Editor of LaFamac 43
Cast of "And Came The Spring" 4. Future Teachers
of America 4.
When Bettyls around you're glad she's there,
With her twinkling blue eyes and pretty blond hair.
F.H.S. 1, 3, 43 Pineland H.S. 23 Latin Club 13 Teen-Age
Club 1, 33 Glee Club 4.
DAVID LEE BUTLER
have flirts with all the girls,
A "Toni" makes his "party" curls.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Var. Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Var. Basket-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Var. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain Football
4, Captain Basketball 3, Monogram Club 1, 2. 3, 4,
Serg.-at-Arms Monogram Club 3, All State Football 4,
Optimist Bowl 4, Hi-Y 1. 2, 3, 4: Tres. Jr. Hi-Y, Tres.
Sr. Hi-Y 3, Boosters Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. Fresh-
man Class 1: Vice-Pres. Soph Class 2, Pres. Jr. Class 3,
Marshal 3, Sltudent Court 3, Homeroom Chairman 1,
Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 4, "Your Manners Are Showing"
BARBARA JEAN CAIN
Where lherffs a crowd of boys youll find her,
Barbara keeps them all beliiml her,
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Photography Club 2, 3, Dramatics
Club 1, 2, 3, Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club
1, 2, 3, 4, Trl-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Boosters Club 1. 2, 3, Latin
Club 1. A
LYDIA LOUISE CANNON
Lydia has been wilh us all four years,
And as we learc, we irish her many good rlivers.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 1, 3, Sec. and Treas. Home
Ec. Club 4. Bulldog Staff 4.
Christine is one of the host -we lcnou-,
Her fine uforlf will nezrcr fail to shozr.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Teen-Age Club 1: Seventy-First High
School 2, Glee Club 2, French Club 4, Usher for "And
Came the Spring" 4.
JACQUELINE RUTH CARTER
Our Jackie is a hamlsonm girl, w1"ll miss every day,
And wish for her all joys in life, iii eiiary kind of llilly.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Bible Club 1,
Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, LaFamac Staff 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4,
"Miss F.H.S." Commitltee 3: Spanish Club 2, Scottish
Dancers 3, 4, Boosters Club 2.
WILLIAM HOWARD CHESHIRE '
Jet propelled and atom poinerecl,
There are no brakes on "Choo-elmo" Howard.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish 2, Sr. Hi-Y 3, 4, Student
Council 3, Football 1. 2, 3. 4, -.B" Team Football 1,
"B" Team Basketball 2: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 4:
Baseball 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. of Monogram Club 3,
Homeroom Chairman 2, Captain "B" Team Football 1.
For our class, she is lhe D.A.R.
In everything shefs may ahora par.
F.H.S. 1. 2, 3, 4, Sec. of Freshman Class 1, Latin Club
1, 2, Eaglet Staff 1: Art Editor of Eaglet 2, Boosters
Club 1, 2, 3. 4, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y Conferences
2, 3, Sec. Soph. TriAHi-Y 2, Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3,
Teen-Age Club 2. 3, 4, Beta Club 2, 3, 4, Sec, Jr. Art
League 2, Beta Convention 2. 3, Outstanding Soph. 2,
Property Committee of "You Can't Take lt XVith You"
2: Jr.-Sr. Xvaitress 2, Chairman Place Card Committee
Jr.-Sr. 3, Marshal 3: House of Representatives 3,
"Seamless Robe" cast 3: Art Editor of LaF11mac 4,
Bulldog Staff 4: Scottish Dancers 4, Assembly Planning
Committee 4: D.A.R. Good Citizenship Pilgrim 4, Most
Courteous Girl -l, Miss F,H.S. Committee 3, Vice-Presi-
dent Future Teachers of America 4.
VVILLIAM COLEY CBILLJ
A smile he wears from rar to ear
l'Ve hate to part from his this year.
F.H.S. 1, 3, 4, Rosewood High School 2, Teen-Age
Club 1, 3, 4, Rosewood Basketball Team 2, Rosewood
Baseball Team 2: Tres. Jr. Civitan Club 4.
ANN BRAGG COOPER
Although this is Ann's first year,
We're awfully glad to have her here.
Columbia High, S. C. 15 Salisbury, N. C. 15 Richard J.
Reynolds High 2, 35 F.H.S. 45 Girls' Athletic Associa-
tion 15 Homeroom Chairman 1, 35 Boosters Club 1, 2, 35
Art Club 15 Religious Drama Club 25 Thurs. Morning
Music Club 2, 35 Music Club 2, 35 Music Appreciation
Club 35 Dramatics Club 4.
CARLA LERTANI COYKENDALL
We like her looks, we like her poiseg
She likes the girls, but loves the boys.
Sarasota, Florida 15 Morristown, New Jersey 15 Dover,
New Jersey 1, 25 Seaberry, Florida 35 Orlando, Florida
3, 45 F.H.S. 45 Dancing C ub 15 Honor Society 15 Latin
Club 15 Choir 1, 25 Dramatics Society 1, 2, 35 Ceremics
Club 25 Science Club 25 French Club 2, 35 Spanish
Club 2, 35 Lens and Shutter Club 45 Future Home-
makers of America Club 45 Allied Youth 45 Garden
Though Jean is short and
She's there with help at
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 45 Teen-Age Club
Club 1, 2, 35 Photographv Club 25
Scovtish Dancers 45 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4:
45 Boosters Club 1, 25 Glee Club 2
New Athens Community H. S. 1,
H. S. 35 F.H.S. 4,
25 Cast of "And Came The Spring:
Club 45 Pan-American Club 45 Tigando Staff 4.
2, 3, 45 Dramatics
'44" Club 1, 2, 3. 45
134 45 Spanish Club
PATRICIA LEE CROSBY
A sweeter girllwill never be found,
Whenever Patricia Crosby is around.
25 Girls' Glee Club
1, 25 G.A.A. 15 Home Ec. Club 15 Munieh H. S. 35 Clay
MARY CHARLOTTE DAILEY
Here's a girl everyone wants to meet,
Cause Mary Charlotte is sure hard to beat.
Florence H. S. 1, 25 F.H.S. 3, 45 Teen-Age Club 1, 2,
3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 45 Spanish Club 45 International Re-
lations Club 45 Business Staff for "And Came The
MARY LOU DJINIS
A friend to all is Mary Lou,
She's one who will always be true.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 45 Home Economics Club 15 Baton Club
1, 25 Teen-Age Club 1, 4.
Frances Dudley is good at singing,-
Tis true her phone is always ringing.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 1, 25 Photography Club
1, 25 Band 1,. 2, 3, 45 Dramatics Club 1, 2, 35 Boosters
Club 1, 25 Bible Club 1, 25 Music District Contest 35
Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Friendship Club 45 Glee Club
45 Banc Letter Club 4.
BARBARA LEE ENRIGHT
Herels to Barbara, her wishes may she get,
She's a graceful person, our senior majorette.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 45 Home Ee. Club 15 Spanish Club 15
Dramatics Club 1, 25 Baton Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Teen-Age
Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Boosters Club 1, 25 President of Major-
ROBERT JENNINGS ENRIGHT
Friendly and happy, a good student too,
There's no end to the luck: we all wish for yon.
F.H.S. 1,,2, 3, 4, Bible Club 1: Varsity Baseball 1,
Boosters Club 1, 23 Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Monogram
Club 1, 2, 3, 45 "B" Team Basketball 23 "44"' Club
1, 2, 3, 45 Intramural Softball 23 Chief Usher for "And
Came The Spring" 4.
MARCUS B. EVERETTE
Marcus 13 one who is never found behind,
He keeps out front, he's friendly and kind.
Parkton H. S. 1, 2, 33 Glee Club 1, 23 Teen-Age Club
1, 2, 33 4-H Club 3: F.H.S. 4.
BETTY NELL FAUCETTE
Though you seldom hear much from Hefty,
She's one whom none would dare call pelty.
F.H.S, 1, 2. 3, 4: Bible Club 1, 3: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 41
Boosters Club 1, 2, 3: Dramatics Club 2, 3, G. A, A,
2, 33 Spanish Club 3: Tri-Hi-Y 4.
WILLIAM CAREY FISHER
An athlete, and he likes to sing,
Where Carey goes, hell happiness bring.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, 53 Jr. Varsity Football 13 Varsity Foot-
ball 2, 3, 4. 5: Varsity Basketball 5: Varsity Baseball
2, 3, 4, 5: Jr. Hi-Y 1, 2' Sr. Hi-Y 3, 4, 5: Pres. Hi-Y 51
French Club 3: Treas. French Club 3: ltlonogram Club
2, 3, 4, 5: Treas. Jr. Class 3: Dramatic-s Club 3: Teen-
Age Club 1 ,2, 3, 4, 5, Boosters Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Vice-
Pres. Sr. Hi-Y 43 Best Looking
MARY I-IOVVARD FRANCK
She's been u great help Io Fayetteville High,
And we'll not forget her as the years go by.
Fayetteville High School 1, 2, 3, 43 Boosters Club 1,
2, 3, 4: Dramatics Club 1, 2: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Student
Council 2g Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Chair'
man 2: Scottish Dancers 1, 2, 3, 4: Secretary of Scot-
tish Dancers 3: President of Scottish Dancers 4: Mar-
shal 3g Girls' Sextet 3: G. A. A. 4: Cheerleader 4: Photo-
graphy Club 2: "Miss F.H.S." Contest Committee 33
LaFamac Staff 45 Secretary-Treasurer of G.A.A. 4.
LILLIAN DELPHINE FRAZEE
We'll miss this girl, you. Icnow who I mean,
Her last name is Frazee, her first is Delphine.
Fayetteville High School 1, 2. 3. 4: Dramatics Club 13
Glee Club 1: Boosters Club 1, 2: Teen-Age Club 1, 2.
WILLIAM PARRISH GILBERT
VVhere there is a ioke, a laugh. or a smile,
You know that Billy has been there a fwhilr.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Teen'Age Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 2:
Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3: Boosters Club
1, 2, 3, 4: Junior Hi-Y 1, 2: Photogranhv Club 1. 2:
Intramural Sports 2, 3: Spanish Club 3: Usher for "Anil
Came The Spring" 4.
Clarence has lots of pals,
And he's not bad with the gals.
Fayetteville High School 1, 2, 3. 4: Summer School 3,
Spanish Club 2. 33 Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
EUNICE JEAN GOWDY
She's fond of basketball and softball too,
There are not many things that she can't clo.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Baseball Team 13 Girls' Soft-
ball 13 Girls' Monogram Club 13 Teen-Age Club 1, 2,
3, 43 Boosters Club 13 Dramatics Club 1, 2, 43 Latin
Club 1, 23 Beta Club 2, 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Sergeant-
at-Arms Tri-Hi-Y 33 Latin Newspaper Sltaff 23 G. A. A.
3, 43 President of G, A. A. 43 Bulldog Staff 33 Jr.-Sr.
Committee 33 Tri-Hi-Y Dance Committee 33 Hi-Y Conf
vention 23 LaFamac Staff 43 Best Sport 4.
RAY G. GREEN, JR.
Adonis in the classroom, Cupid at the show,
A whiz on the gridiron with his educated toe.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 43 French Club
2, 3, 43 Sergeant-at-Arms French Club 33 Boys, Hi-Y
1, 2, 3, 4: Monogram Club 2, 3, 43 Secretary Monogram
Club 33 Band 1, 2, 3: Band Letter Club 2, 33 Vice-Pres.
of Jr. Class 3: "B" Team Football 13 Varsity Football
2, 3, 43 HB" Team Basketball 13 Varsity Basketball 2,
3, 43 Baseball 2, 33 Jr.-Sr. Committee 33 Best Looking 4.
JAMES SAMUEL HALL, JR.
He's of for Dulce and that's not all,
When he's through it'll be ftDr. Hall."
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Boys' Hi-Y
2, 3, 43 Key Club 3, 43 Treasurer of Key Club 43 Glee
Club 13 Latin Club 1, 23 Latin Newspaper Staff 23
Bulldog Staff 4: Beta Club 3, 43 Jr.-Sr. Committee 33
Chairman Sr. Nominating Committee 43 Photographic
gditor LRIFUVTLHC Staff 43 Cast of "And Came The
NVYNONA B. HARDING
She's a mighty fine girl and we hate the parting,
But we will never forget Wynona Harding.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club
1, 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 1, 23 Vice-Pres. G. A. A. 33 Home
EC, Club 4.
ALMENA REITH HARRIS
Almena is sweet, cute, and nice,
The boys all turn to loolc al her twice.
Massey Hill H. S. 1, 23 F.H.S. 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 33
Future Homemakers of America Club 1, 23 Reporter
for Pirate 2: Winner of American Legion County Essay
Contest 23 Teen-Age Club 3, 43 Usher for "And Came
The Spring" 4.
Elle came here from far away,
And we hope that she is here to slay.
Athens High School, Athens, Greece 1, 2, 33 Glee
Club 13 Junior Tri-Hi-Y 2, 33 Junior Latin Club 13
Senior Latin Club 2: French Club 13 Bible Club 1, 2,
33 F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Junior-Senior
Waitress 23 Senior Tri-Hi-Y 4.
Bobby's usually seen in a suit and a tie,
Whatever he wears, he'S an awfully swell guy.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Band 2, 3, 43 Friendship Club 4.
EDNA RAYE HAYES
Weld like to ash you, Edna Raye,
How you can always be so gay?
Fayetteville High School 1, 2, 3, 4.
Four years of high school, then 01? to college.
He'll be an educated 'man with lots of knowledge.
Seventy First High School 13 F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 French
Club 43 Bulldog Staff 43 Teen-age Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
H119 daddy helps the Army, Howard helps the school,
That's cooperation, and proves the golden rule,
Lensly Military Institute: Wheeling, West Virginia 13
giHBS42, 3, 43 Jr. Laltin Club 23 Sr. Latin Club 33 Beta
FRANK W. HERRING
Wild life is a favorite with Frank.
He's nice, quiet and not a "crank7".
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Band Letter Club l,
2, 3, 43 Teen-age Club 1, 2, 33 Aeronautics Club 1.
JOHN C. HERTHER QJACKD
Here comes Jack in his gala colored car,
Whatever his business he's sure to go far.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Boosters
Club 2, 33 Beta Club 3, 43 Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 23
Vice-Pres. Catholic Bible Club 33 Bu ldog Staff 33
Dramatics Club 33 Photography Club 33 Pres. Jr.
Civitan Club 43 LaFamac Staff 4.
Harry is the genius of our class,
He never worries whether he'll pass.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Latin.Newspaper
Staff 2, 33 Presidenft Latin Club 43 Boys' H1-Y 23 Inter-
national Relations Club 43 Assistant Sec.-Tres. Radio
Club 43 Bulldog Staff 4.
HERMAN A. HINNANT
We like this boyg he's a real swell guy,
On any assignment he'll always try.
Fayetteville High School 1, 2, 3, 43 United States Ma-
KATHERINE HQLM ES
A cute little girl with eyes of blue,
May she always be our friend so true.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 43 Jr.-Sr. Decoration
Committee 33 Latin Club 1, 23 Latin Newspaper Staff
1, 23 Decoration chairman Tri-Hi-Y dance 33 Drama-
tics Club 1, 2, 33 Spanish Club 43 LaFamac Staff 43
Bulldog Staff 43 Boosters Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Sec. Boosters
Club 43 Cheerleader 43 Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Pro-
perty Committee of "And Came The Spring" 43 Future
Teachers of America Club 4.
SAMUEL RAINEY HOPE
Versatile Sammy is always on the run,
If he's not leading cheers he's having fun.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 President of Freshman Class3 Boys'
Hi-Y 1, 23 Latin Club 1, 23 Latin Newspaper Staff 1, 23
Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Boosters C ub 2, 43 Home-
room Chairman 23 "B" Team Football 23 "B" Team
Basketball 23 Key Club 3, 43 Secretary of Key Club 43
Master of Ceremonies Jr.-Sr. Banquet 33 Sec.-Tres. of
Debating Club 43 Stedman Essay Award 33 Sports Edi-
tor of Bulldog 43 LaFamac Staff 43 Scottish Dancers
3, 43 Cheerleader 43 Most Popular 43 Key Club Con-
vention 33 Cast of "And Came The Spring" 43 Tri-
angular Debater 4.
HOLLIS LEE HOWARD CHOLLYJ
A fine,sweet and honest gal,
Holly nialces a grand ole pal.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 1, 23 Editor of Latin News-
paper 13 Staff of Latin Newspaper 23 Boosters Club
1, 43 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 43 Treasurer of Tri-Hi-Y 23 Com-
mittee of Tri-Hi-Y Dance 23 Jr. Class Commititee 33
Homeroom Chairman 33 Chairman of Jr.-Sr. 33 Presi-
dent of Tri-Hi-Y 33 Tri-Hi-Y Advisory Council 33 Cast
of "Seamless Robe" 33 Girls' State 33 Beta Club 2, 3, 43
Teen-Age Club 3, 43 Bulldog Staff 43 Tri-Hi-Y Confer-
ence 33 Glee Club 43 Scottish Dancers 43 School Chair-
man of Jr. Red Cross Drive 43 G.A.A, 43 Assembly Plan-
ning Committee 43 LaFan1ae Stahf 43 Stage Crew for
"And Came The Spring" 43 Most Friendly 4.
WILLIAM J. HUBBARD
A mighty fine fellow, as everyone knows,
May he have happiness wherever he goes.
Fayetteville High School 1, 2, 3, 4, 5: Teen-Age Club
53 Diversified Occupations Club 33 Bible Club 1.
VIVIAN H. HUIJON
For looks, personality, and lots of fun,
Look' for this girl called Vivian.
F.H.S. 1. 2. 3. 43 Girls' Glee Club 13 French Club 4.
EMMA LELIA HUNTER
Our Emma is a leader, a leader all these years,
She always leads her classes,
this year she leads the cheers.
F.H.S. 1, 2. 3, 43 Latin Club 1, 23 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, -13
Tri-Hi-Y Conference Delegate li Tri-Hi-Y Program
Chairman 23 Boosters Club 1, 3. 43 Teen-Age Club
1, 2, 3, 43 Beta Club 2, 3, 4: Jr.-Sr. Committee 33
Spanish Club 43 President of Spanish Club 43 Cheer-
leader 43 Secretary of Assembly Planning Committee
4: Secretary of Student Council 43 LaFamae Staff 43
Secretary of Student Body 4: Future Teachers of
MARGARET JOSEPHINE HUNTER
Jo's not quiet or still a minute,
Bu! what she cloes, she puts her heart in it.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Boosters Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Teen-Age
Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 1, 2: Latin Newspaper Staff
1, 23 Homeroom Chairman 23 Dramatics Club 1, 2, 33
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Red Cross Chairman 1, 23 Tri-Hi-Y
Dance Committee 23 Cast of "The Robe" 33 Cast of
"Gypsy Troubadour' 33 Glee Club 3, 43 Bulldog Staff
43 I,aFamac Staff 43 Jr.-Sr. Committee 33 Office Staff 43
Cast of "And Came The Spring" 4.
MARILYN LOUISE IVEY
She's a hard irorlcer and rloes her jobs well,
Altrays ll friend and we think she's swell.
F.H.S. 1, 2. 3, 433 Glee Club 1, 43 Summer School 13
Boosters Club 1, 2.
DORIS MAE JACKSON
She really is an 'angelf although she has no wingsg
You think you are in heaven whenever Doris sings.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Boosters
Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Band Letiter Club 3, 43
Secretary and Treasurer of Band 3, 43 Photography
Club 2, 33 Dramatics Club 1, 2, 33 Property and Make-
Up Committee of "You Can't Take lt With You" 23
Sr. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Vice-President of Glee Club 33
Editorial Staff of Bulldog 33 G. A A. 43 Cast of "Gypsy
Moon" 33 Scottish Dancers 3, 43 Secretary of Scotltish
JAMES ROBERT JACKSON
He plays center on our football team,
Jimmie is always on the beam.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Treasurer Freshman C1ass3 Boys'
Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 43 Secretary Hi-Y 43 HBH Team Football 13
Varsity Football 2, 3, 43 Monogram Club 3, 43 Beta
Club 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 1, 23 Eagle Staff 23 Business
Manager Eagle 23 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Band Letter Club 2,
3, 43 Scotltish Dancers 43 Eagle Scout 1, 23 Boosters
Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball Manager 13 Board of Elections
13 Band Improvement Award 23 Key Club 3, 43 Direc-
tor Key Club 33 Chief Marshal 3: Vice-President Stu-,
dent Body 33 Assembly Planning Committee 3. 43 Teen-
Age Club 1 2, 3, 43 Lalfarnac Staff 43 Best All Around
43 Varsity Basketball Manager 4.
MARY ELIZABETH JAMES
Always jumping and in a whirl,
Where'd you get that energy, girl!
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 45 Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Dramatics
Club 1, 2, 35 Photography Club 2, 35 Library Science
Club 25 Spanish Club 25 Boosters Club 2, 35 Mixed
Chorus 2, 3, 45 A Cappella Choir 2, 35 Double Sextette 35
CEDRIC CLIFTON JERNIGAN
Quiet, energetic, always 011 the beam,
Ie's co-captain of our football team.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 45 Jr. Hi-Y 1, 25 Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 45
Jr. Varsity Football 15 Jr. Varsity Basketball 25 Varsity
Football 2, 3. 4: Co-Captain Football 45 Monogram Club
3, 45 President of Monogram Club 45 Spanish Club 25
Misers' Club 25 Radio Club 3, 45 Intramural Sports 2, 3.
HAROLD KEITH JERNIGAN
He's thoughtful, helpful, and a friend,
On the football field he plays right end.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3. 45 Sr. Band 2, 3, 45 "B" Team Football
2, 3: Varsity Football 45 "B" Team Basketball 25 Boys'
Hi-Y 25 House of Representatives 35 Home Room
Chairman 45 Teen-Age Club 2, 3, 45 Band Letter Club
3, 45 Student Council 45 Monogram Club 4.
EUGENE HOMER JOHNSON, JR.
A good looking boy is this one called "Bubba,"
A football slar, and he's "Hubba-Hubba."
Stedman High 1, 25 3. 45 Jr. Varsity Football 35
Varsity Football 45 French Club 4: Baseball Team 3, 45
Teen-Age Club: Sec. Monogram Club 4.
Hfhen you want to see a job done well,
Just give il to Gene, he's really swell.
F.H.S. 1. 2, 3. 4: Boys' Hi-Y 2: Latin Club 1, 25 Mono-
gram Club 3, 45 Football 1, 25 Football Manager 35
Basketball Manager 2, 3: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 35 Boo-
sters Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Radio Club 15 Glee Club 4.
LAM BERT JOHNSON
For fun and laughs he's hard to beat,
To be near Lambert is really a treal.
F.H.S. 1. 2, 3, 45 Football 15 Latin Club 1, 25 Spanish
Club 15 Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 35 Radio Club 1.
Everiurme does just adore
This sweet and friendly Eleanor.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 45 Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 35 G. A. A. 3, 4.
Now Charlie is a swell ole lad,
One of the best we've ever had.
3 4 TeenA e Clubl 2 3 4 S anish Club
F.H,S.1,2,1, 5 -2 , 5-D
25 Boys' Tri-Hi-Y 25 Radio Club l.
Phyllis came from way up north,
We know that she will always go forth.
BETTY JO JULIAN
A good, hard worlcer is Betty Jo
She'll surely a long way in this world go.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3: Home Ec. Club 4:
Boosters Club 3: Glee Club 2, 3, 4.
WILLIAM RANDLE KENNEDY, JR.
Ole Bill is a bar bell fan,
If he keeps this up-My what a man!
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5: Band 1, 2: "B" Team Basketball 1:
Intramural Softball 2: Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, 5:
H1-Y 3, 4, 5: Vice-Pres. Hi-Y 3: President Hi-Y 4: Key
Club 4, 5: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 5: Intramural Bas-
ketball Chamns 2: Varsitv Football 3, 4, 5: Baseball 2.
3, 4, 5: Glee Club 4, 5: French Club 3, 4, 5.
BETSY THOMAS LAWRENCE
Always dependable, clever, sincere,
For Betsy's bright future we have no fear.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Tri-Hi-Y 1. 2, 3. 4: Dramatics Club
1, 2: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Boosters Club 1, 4:
Tri-Hi-Y Conference 1: President Tri-Hi-Y 2: Beta Club
2, 3, 4: Tri-Hi-Y Dance Comrnilttee 2: Beta Club Con-
venltion 2: Most outstanding Sophomore 2: Waitress
at Jr.-Sr. 2: Glee Club 3, 4: Secretary of Junior Class
3: Sponsor Chairman of "Miss F.H.S." Contest 3:
Delegate to Girls' State 3: Scottish Dancers 4: Debating
Club 4: Future Teacher's of America Club 4: Best All
Round Girl 4: Editor LaFarnac 4: Cast of "And Came
The Spring" 4.
JAMES FREDERICK LEVERETTE
Freddie is smart and not very tall.
Y0u'll always find him a friend of all.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Band Monogram Club
1, 2, 3, 4: All-State Band 4: Boys' Hi-Y 1, 2: Treasurer
Hi-Y 1: Bible Club 2: Spanish Club 2: Key Club 3, 4:
De-Mo-Lay 4: Jr. Deacon of De-Mo-Lay 4: Jr.-Sr. Com-
mittee 3: Football Manager 4: Monogram Club 4:
Friendship Club 4: Dramatics Club 3: Teen-Age Club
1, 2, 3, 4: Beta Club 2, 3, 4: House of Representatives
3: City Basketball Champs 3.
MILLARD C. MADSEN
Though he only came to us this year,
Millard will be remembered here.
College H. S., Valley City, N. D. 1, 2: Band 1, 2: Glee
Club 1, 2: Debater 2: Basketball 1, 2: Winnebago H. S.,
Winnebago, Neb. 3: Basketball 3' Football 3: Vice-Pres.
3: F.H.S. 4: Cast of "And Came The Spring" 4.
JAMES STEWART MALONEY
We all know Jimmy by his car,
Out in the world he'll surely go far,
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Vice-Pres.
Sophomore Class: Boys' Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Flag Raising Com-
mittee 1: "B" Team Football 2: Boosters Club 2: Key
Club 3, 4: Secretary Key Club 3: Corresponding Secre-
tary 4: Delegate to Key Club Convention 3: Delegate to
Hi-Y Conference 3: Delegate to International Key Club
Convention 3: President of Student Body 4: Assembly
Planning Committee 4: Spanish Club 3: President of
Student Council 4: Most Friendly Boy 4.
ROBERT RAY MARTIN
Bob's in college ahead of the rest,
And as usual he's one of the best.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: U. S. Air Forces 1946-1848: Band 1, 2:
Hi-Y 2: Monogram Club 3, 4: Varsity Football 2, 3, 4:
Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 4: "44" Club 4: Homeroom Chair-
man 3: Summer School 3: Glee Club 4: Caslt "Gypsy
ELVA MEXIE MATTHEWS
A sweet and friendly girl is sheg
No finer will there ever be.
Central High School 1, 2, 35 F.H.S. 45 Dramatics Club
35 Glee Club 2, 35 Home Economics Club 1, 2, 35 Beta
Club 3, 45 French Club 35 Marshal 35 Class Reporter 35
TOMMY F, MERIAN
An army brat that comes from the "fort"
Tom will lend you his support.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramural Sports 1, 35 Fort Bragg
Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3. 45 F.H.S. Teen-Age Club 1. 2, 45
Journalism Club 4g Glee Club 45 French Club 45 Usher
for "And Came The Spring" 4.
ANN WALLACE MOORE
Ann is everyone's friend and pal,
She's very nice and a grand ole gal,
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 45 Photography 15 Boosters Club 1. 2. 3:
Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 25 Girls' Hi-Y
2, 45 Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3.
EVERETT STEPHEN MORRIS
Everett's a whiz in industrial art,
He's just about finished when the others sfarl.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 45 Library Science Club 15 Latin Club
1, 25 Intramural Sports 15 Teen'Age Club 1, 2, 3, 45
LaFarnac Staff 4.
BETTY ANN MCBRYDE
We think she's a dream, well, maybe she
May her dreams all come true, we wish for her this.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 25 Bible Club 1, 35 Sec-
retary Bible Club 3: Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 3. 4:
Boosters Club 1, 2: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y
Convention 45 LaFamar Staff 4.
BARBARA JOAN MCKENZIE
Voted the prettiest in our vlass,
She's a fine, sweet, and dependable lass.
McLean H. S...Forth Worth, Texas l: Chelan H. S..
Chelan, Washington 25 Schofield Barracks H. S.,
Hawaii 2 Glee Club 25 Central H. S.. Shelbyville. Tenn.
35 F.H.S. 3, 45 Jr.-Sr. Committee 3: Beta Club 45 Sec-
retary Sr. Class 45 Best Looking 4.
CLIFTON RAY MCLAURIN
Tall and handsome, lots of fun,
Never stops till his work is done.
F.H.S. 1, 2. 3, 45 Latin Club 1, 25 Latin Newspaper
Staff 1, 25 French Club 45 Librarv Science 45 LaFarnae
Staff 45 Boosters Club 45 Baseball 4: Teen-Age Club 1,
45 Stage Manager of "And Came The Spring" 4.
It's really a pleasure to be near Gene.
The things he does yovfll find keen.
Fairfield H. S. 1, 25 F.H.S. 3, 45 Bulldog Staff 4.
GORDON LAWRENCE MCNEILL
A fine, dependable, and honest boy,
To have him. near is a real joy.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4 Teen-Age Club 1, 2 ,3, 43 Monogram
Club 2, 3, 43 Boys' Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Journalism Club 3,
43 Track Team 23 Boosters Club 1, 2, 33 Jr,-Sr. Com-
mittee 33 "B" Team Football 2, 33 Editor of Bulldog 43
Sports Editor of Bulldog 33 President of Sr. Class 43
Most Dependable 4.
VIRGINIA MURPHY MCQUEEN
Full of vigor, fun, and pep,
Always in there, right in step.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Student Council 13 Representative
S. S. C. 13 Bible Club 1, 23 Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 43
Glee Club 23 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Jr.-Sr. YVaitress 23 Secre-
tary of Class 23 Cast of t'Seamless Robe" 33 Marshal 33
Boosters Club 3, 4: Dramatics Club 33 Cheerleader 33
Decoration Committee Tri-Hi-Y Dance 3: Jr.-Sr. Com-
mittee 33 "Miss F.H.S." Contest Committee 33 Assembly
Planning Committee 43 Bulldog Staff 4: Head Cheer-
leader 43 LaFanzae Stajf 43 Red Cross Representative
43 Cast of "And Came The Spring" 43 Secretary of
Future Teachers of America,43 Most Popular 4.
He's a descendant of the 'fUpper Cape Fearjl
Speeding along with his brain in high gear.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 43 Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 43 Editor of La't'n
Newspaper 1, 23 Boys Hi-Y 1. 2, 43 Secretarv of HifY
23 Vice-Pres. Debating Club 23 Latin Club 1, 23 Senator
23 Triangular Debater 43 Beta Club 43 Key Club 43
Swimming Team 43 Student Council 4: Vice-Pres. of
Student Body 43 Cast of 'tAnd Came The Spring" 4.
VIRGINIA GARNER OUTLAVV
Wed really like Io ask you Jenny.
Hou: you can keep the boys so many?
Fayetteville High School 1, 2, 3, 4: Teen-Age Club 1. 2.
Pretty as a picture, szreef as a rose,
I-Jveriybody loves her no matter where she goes.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3. 4: Latin Club 1. 23 Dramatics Club 1. 2,
3: Boosters Club 1. 2, 3, 43 Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3. 43
Beta Club 2, 3, 43 Treasure of Beta Club 4: Tri-Hi-Y
2, 3, 43 Vice-President of Tri-Hi-Y 4: Tri-Hi-Y Dance
Committee 23 Chairman of Tri-Hi-Y Dance Committee
3: Prompter "Seamless Robe" 31 Advisory Council of
Tri-Hi-Y 43 Promoter "And Came The Spring" 4:
Jr.-Sr. Committee 33 Bulldog Staff 43 LaFamae Staff 4.
Though Peggy is new at Fayetteville High,
We'll not forget her as we pass on by.
Anchorage High School 1, 2, 33 Latin Club 13 Ski Club
1, 23 G,A.A. 1, 23 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 F.H.S. 43 Rainbow
Dot is nice, and Dot is sweet,
This tall brunette just canit be beat.
Dumas High School 13 Commercial Club 13 2,
3, 43 Home Economics Club 23 Teen-Age Club 1. 3.
HAROLD THURMAN PICKETT
Though you may try and try,
You'll never ,find a better guy.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Dramatics Club 1, 23 Bible Club 1, 23
Art Club 1.
Biy brown eyes and brown hair too,
There's nothing she wouldnt do for you.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Dramatics Club 1, 2, 33 Boosters Club
1. 2,.33 Home Ec. Club 33 Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 33
Spanish Club 2.
MARY LOUISE POE
For work that's good and will everyone please,
Look for this capable girl known as Louise.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Dramatics
Club 1, 2, 33 Spanish Club 1, 23 Girls' Hi-Y 23 Boosters
Club 1, 2, 33 Glee Club 1, 2. 3, 43 Bible Club 13 Photo-
graph Club 1, 2, 3.
A A nice and pretty lass is she,
This well-know girl that's known as Bea.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Boosters Club3 Dramaties Club3
Teen-Age Club3 Spanish Clubg Home Ee. Club.
ROBERT LOUIS RAY
What the band will do without Ray,
Is, beyond doubt, quite hard to say.
F.H,S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Band letter Club 2, 3,
43 Teen-Age Club 1, 23 Dramatics Club 13 Homeroom
Chairman 13 Senator 33 D. O. Club 23 Glee Club 43
Boosters Club 1.
MILDRED REBECCA REAVES
Always happy, rheerfnl, and gay.
Shels never seen any other way.
Linden H. S. 2: Glee Club 23 Teen-Age Club 23 Best
All Around 23 F.H.S. 1. 3, 43 Dramatics Club l. 33
Boosters Club 1, 3. 43 Glee Club 1. 3, 43 Snanish Club
33 Teen-Age Club 1. 3. 43 Basketball 1: Photography
Club 1. 2, 3.
LULA FRANCES RIDDLE
She has a lot of pep and friendly love to give,
We'll hope the best for Frances wlzlerevor she may live.
F.H.S. 1, 2. 3, 43 Bible Club 1: Homeroom Chairman 13
Teen-Age Club 1. 2, 3: Glee Club 2, 33 Spanish Club 23
Student Council 23 House of Representatives 33 Tri-
Hi-Y 3, 43 Program Chairman Tri-Hi-Y 43 Treasurer of
Senior Class3 Beta Club 43 Delegate to Tri-Hi-Y Con-
vention 43 LaFamac Staff 4,
YANCEY MCMILLAN ROBERTSON
In everything Yancey has done his part,
As we leave, we'll hold him in our heart.
Junction City H. S., Junction City. Kansas 13 F.H.S.
1, 2, 3, 43 Beta Club 2, 3, 43 Vice-Pres. Beta Club 3:
President of Beta Club 4: Boys' Hi-Y 2, 3. 43 Secretary
Hi-Y 33 Key Club 3, 43 Treasurer Key Club 3: Teen-
Age Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Treasurer Teen-Age Club 33 Mar-
shal 33 Latin Club 1, 23 Latin Newspaper Staff 1. 23
Band 1, 2: Varsity Baseball 3, 43 Monogram Club 43
Student Council 43 Student Government 33 Most
EDNA EARLE ROGERS
Not only studious but athletic, too,
Almost anything Edna can do.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 1, 23 Teen-Age Club 1, 2,
43 Drarnatics Club 1, 23 Boosters Club 1, 23 Softball
Team 13 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Pres. G.A.A. 33 Points Chair-
man G.A.A. 43 Photographic Editor of LaFarnac 43
Tri-Hi-Y 3. 43 Beta Club 2, 3, 4.
BILLY E. RUTHERFORD
Billy is one of our "army brats",
To him we have to talce 011' our hats.
Monticello H. S., Monticello, Ark. 13 Brownwood H. S..
Brownwood, Texas I3 F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Intramural
Sports 1, 33 Fort Bragg Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 43
Fayetteville Teen-Age Club 43 Board of Governers
Fort Bragg Teen-Age Club 43 French Club 43 Senator
33 Flag Raising Committee 33. Eagle Scout 43 Business
Staff of 'tAnd Came The Spring" 4.
Christine is quiet and sweel,
This girl you would like to meet.
F.H.S. I, 2, 3, 43 Bible Club 13 Teen-Age Club 1: Library
Club 2: Treasurer of Library Club 23 Spanish Club 33
Beta Club 3, 43 LaFamac Staff 4.
BETTY JO SEALS
Sweet and loving is Betty Jo,
We wish her luck wherever she may go,
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Teen-Age Club 2, 3, 43 Dramatics Club
1, 2, 33 Photography Club 1, 23 Tri-Hi-Y 43 Glee Club
2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 1, 2.
LLOYD VANN SEAVVELL, JR.
On the football field or in the classes,
Vann will always make his passes.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, 53 Homeroom Chairman 1, 33 Vice-
Pres, of Freshman Class3 President of Latin Club 13
Teen-Age Club I, 2, 3, 4, 53 "B" Team Football 1, 23
Band 1, 23 Band Improvement Award 23 Clarinet Trio
13 Band Letter Club 23 War Participation Committee 23
Latin Club I, 23 Student Council 23 President of Sopho-
more Classg Latin Newspaper Staff 23 Beta Club 2, 3,
4, 53 Boys' Hi-Y'-2, 3, 4, 53 Baseball Manager 2, 33 "B"
Team Basketball 2. 33 Boosters Club 2, 33 Track 2. 33
H1-Y Conference Delegate 33 Secretary Sr. Hi-Y 33
Capltain Blue-White Game 33 Point Board 33 Secretary
Art Club 33 Bulldog Staff 33 Varsity Football 3, 4, 53
All-Eastern 53 Optimists Bowl 53 Monogram Club 3, 4.
53 LaFa1nac Staff 43 Boys' State Delegate 43 Mayor of
Boys' State 43 Key Club 4. 53 Key Club Director 4, 53
Key Club Convention Delegate 43 Dramatics Club 43
Cast of "Gypsy Troubadoru 43 Chapel Program Com-
milttee 4, 53 Chairman 43 Glee Club 4, 5: Boys' Quartet
4, 53 Constitution Committee 4: "44" Club 4, 53 Presi-
dent of Student Body 43 Most Likely To Succeed 4.
MYRTLE YVONNE SESSOMS
'I'hcre's one thing of Myrtle you can be sure.
Her friendship is true, lasting, and pure,
Fayetteville High School 1, 2, 3, 43 Teen-Age Club I.
PEARL JEAN SHOOTER
As a cheerleader she was mighty cuteg
And for our team she could really root.
Lumberton High School I, 23 Glee Club 1, 23 Dramatics
Club 23 F.H.S, 3, 43 Glee Club 33 Dramatics Club 33
Photography Club 33 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 43 Beta Club 43
Cheerleader 43 Boosters,Club 43 French Club 43 Pres.
French Club 43 Teen-Age Club 3, 4.
Dramatics is the field that interests Bill,
We hope he gets to show his fine slcill.
E.M.I., Salemburg, N. C, 13 Concord H, S. 3: Football
33 Basketball 33 F.H.S. I, 2, 3, 43 Teen'Age Club 1, 2,
3, 43 Latin Club 1, 23 Baseball 43 Cast of "And Came
The Spring" 43 Intramural Softball 3.
HERBERT RAMSEY SMITH
This boy wants to be a great traclc star,
If he keeps on training he wort't have to go far.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 1, 23 Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 43
Spanish Club 33 Radio Club 33 Latin Club 43 Debating
Club 43 Stage Crew of "And Came The Springi' 4,
LICI-I ADAM SMITH
"Cotton"' is a lilcnahlv boy.
Nancy is his pride ami joy.
F.H.S. 1. 2, 3, 4: "B" Team Football 2, 3: Track 2, 4:
I-Iomeroorn Chairman 3: Varsity Football 4: Bulldog
44: International Relations Club 4: Monogram
I u .
MARILYN GREY SMITH
Sizes a hard worker, our of our basl girls,
VVzIl1 her friendly smile and prolly blmirlc curls.
New Hanover H. S. 1: F.H.S. 2. 3, 4: French Club 4:
Teen-Age Club 1: Beta Club 4: LIIFIIHIIIC Staff 4.
A MARVIN THOMPSON SMITH
Marvin. is one 71111029 II lol of fun,
On Ihr' road to su.crrs.v, hr' has just lwgun.
F.H.S. I, 2, 3, 4: U. S. M. C.: Teen-Age Club 1, 2. 3, 4:
Photography Club 3: Radio Club 3: Piggy Club 3.
Janet has really been a great uizl,
Her many good rlerfds will not fade.
F.H.S. I, 2, 3, 4: Dramatics Club I. 3: Beta Club 2. 3. 4:
Spanish Club 2: Scottish Dancers 2. 3: Glee Club 2, 3.
4: Boosters Club 2: Girls' Tri-Hi-Y 3. 4: Treasurer
Tri-Hi-Y 4: Hullrloy Staff 4: Toon-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
"ilfl'llI1lI"', as you lrnozr, is his nic'A'i1amP,
Hut Bill is surf' lo risr' to famfk
F.H.S. 1. 2. ZS. 4: Vice-Pres. of I-'reshman Class: D. O.
Club 1: Secretary D. O. Club I: Bulldog Staff 1: Sports
Editor of Bulldog 1: Latin Club 2: President of Latin
Club 2: Sports Editor of Latin Newspaper 2: Beta Club
2. fi. 4: "B" Team Football l, 2. Il' Varsity Football 4:
Captain "B" Team 2: Eagle Svout I: Student Count-il
l, 3: Jr.-Sr. Committee 3: Key Club 3, 4: President ol'
Key Club 4: Vice-Pres. of Jr. Class: Boys' Hi-Y 1. 2. 3,
4: Teen-Age Club 1. 2, 3, 4: Boosters Club l, 2. 3, 4:
Spanish Club 3, 4: Advertising Stall' of "And Came The
Spring" 4: 'Most Likely to Sucveed 4.
lfi1'l1a1'll's on thc Sl1'lllIllll'Il!l Ivan: al Ihr: MY"
I Izmir in the raves 111' van rrally fly.
F.H.S. I, 2. 4: Boy's Hi-Y 1. 2. 4: Latin Club l. 2: Band
l. 2: Teen-Age Club 1. 2. 4: Hand Letter Club I. 2:
Swimming Club 4: Usher for "And Came The Spring"
JOY NETTE TEAGUIC
A rvry sweet girl ix our .loy Nrllv,
Uno of the rules! yo11'1'1' f'1'f'r mol.
1".H.S. 1. 2. 3. 4: Latin Club I: Home I-Ir. Club -I:
Teen-Age Club 4: Glee Club 1. 2. 3, 4: Usher for "And
Came The Spring" 4.
Slufs nice and sweet and lols uf fun.
Shffll reach her ambition, if it he the sun.
F.H.S. 1, 2. 3. 4: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club
3: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Vice-Pres. Tri-Hi-Y 3: Beta Club 2,
3, 4: J,aFamac Staff 4.
She's quite a girl, Mary Frances Threatlhllq HQ
Yes sir-ree she's hard to beat.
F.H.S. 1 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 15 Bible Club 15 Baton
Club 1, 25 Booslters Club 1, 2, 35 Dramatics Club 1, 2,
35 Summer School 35 Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Photo-
graphy Club 2, 35 Spanish Club 45 Senior Nominating
MARY FRANCES TODD
This girl called Frances is truly swell,
You can be sure she'll turn out well.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 45 Band Librarian 15 Band
Letter Club 45 Latin Club 1, 2, 35 Latin Newspaper
Staff 2, 35 Dramatics Club 25 Boosters Club 2, 35 Bible
Club 2, 35 Beta Club 2, 3, 45 Delegate to State Beta
Club Convention 2, 35 Photography Club 35 G.A.A. 2,
3, 45 Vice-Pres. G.A.A, 45 Mixed Chorus 45 Manager
of Student Book Store 45 Teen-Age Club 45 Future
Lfeacilers of America Club 45 LaFamac Snapshot Edi-
Bettie is friendly, lilceable, and gay,
We will always remember her this way.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Junior Latin Club 15
Senior Latin Club 25 Photography Club 1, 25 Dramaltics
Club 1, 2, 35 Boosters Club 3, 45 Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3,
45 Homeroom Chairman 25 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45 G.A.A.5 Lamp-
lighlters Orchestra 35 Tri-Hi-Y Convention 35 Junior
Senior Figure Committee 35 LaFamac Staff 45 Debat-
ing Club 45 Band Letter Club 45 Tri-Hi-Y Conference 45
Business Staff of "And Came The Spring" 4.
Such a fine friend is this boy Bruce,
He'll always do right without a truce.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 45 Bible Club 15 Latin Club 25 Teen-Age
Club 1, 2, 4.
BETTY LOU TURNER
Though Betty is really quite new here.
Whrereifer she is, there'll be boys near.
Virginia H. S., Bristol, Va. 1, 25 Kempsville H. S., Nor-
folk, Va. 35 F.H.S. 45 Library Club 1, 25 Monogram
Club 1, 25 S. C. A. 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 25 Captain 15
Latin Club 25 Class Prophecy 35 Glee Club 3, 4 Secre-
tary of Dramatics Club 3: Girl Reserve 1, 25 Reporter
15 Treasurer 25 Debating Club 45 Triangular Debater 4.
HAZEL BLANCHE VESTAL
Hazel's the girl with the high voice.
But with many boys she's first choice.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 45 Boosters Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Teen-Age
Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Dramatics Club 1, 2, 35 Scottish Dancers
1, 2 3, 45 Treasurer of Scottish Dancers 35 Vice-Pres.
of Scottish Dancers 45 Girls' Glee Club 15 Sr. Glee
Club 2, 3, 45 Property Committee of "Gypsy Moon" 3:
LaFa1nac Staff 45 Miss F.H.S." Contest Committee 35
Most Original 4.
HUBERT EDWARD WALLACE
Ed has really got "what it takes,"
In all his work: he never fakes.
Washington H. S. 1, 25 Glee Club 1, 2: F.H.S. 3. 45
Glee Club 3, 45 Dramatics Club 3, 45 Teen-Age Club
3, 45 Circulation Manager of Bulldog 3, 45 Cast of "And
Came The Spring" 4.
ANGELYN RAEFORD WETHINGTON
When there's a good time to be found.
You know that Angie will be around.
Cenftral H. S. 15 Home Ec. Club 15 F.H.S. 2, 3, 45
Latin Club 2, 35 Boosters Club 35 Beta Club 3, 45
JOHN DREXEL WHEELER, JR.
He's called "Luke" by all of his friends,
When he walks in the party begins.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, Varsity Bas-
ketball 2, 3, 4, "B" Team Basketball 1, Baseball 2,
Boosters Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, "Your Manners
Are Showing" 3, Homeroom Chairman 2, Misers Club
2, Student Council 2, Spanish Club 2, Teen-Age Club
1, 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4.
FRANCES MITCHELL WILLIAMS
Frances is one of the best of our girls,
I'm sure yowve noticed her pretty curls.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Latin Newspaper Staff
1, 2, Gossip Editor 2, Bible Club 1: Teen-Age Club 1,
2, 3, 4, Boosters Club 2, Girls, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Jr.-Sr.
Program Chairman 3, Spanish Club 4.
MARY LUCILE VVILLIAMS
Mary Lu is always dainty and neat,
We know she will forever stay sweet.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club
1, 2,, Latin Newspaper Staii' 1, 2, Jr.'Sr. Waitress 2,
"Your Manners Are Showing" 3, Jr.-Sr. Committee 3,
Girls' Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Boosters Club 4: Spanish
Club 4, Class Editor of LaFamac 4. Future Teachers
of America 4.
Everyone in our class will say,
It wouldrft seem right without Monerie.
New Hanover High, Vvilmington, N. C. 1, 2, Fayette-
ville High School 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Home Ec. Club,
Boosters Club 3, Teen-Age Club 3. 4, Glee Club.
JAMES EUGENE WILSON
Gemfs a sport, in more ways than one,
To top it all, he's a lot of fan.
Brown High School, Atlanta, Ga. 1, Tech High School,
Atlanta Ga. 2, R.O.T.C. 2, Jr. Var. Football 2, F.H.S.
3, 4, Jr. Var. Football 3, Var. Football 4, Monogram
Club 4, Homeroom Chairman 3, Beslt Sport 4.
Bob is a boy that likes to raise cairz,
But while in school heis a regular brain.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3. 4, International
Relations Club 4, Beta Club 4.
THOMAS MYERS WOOTEN, JR.
ifVe'll remember him always and wish for him well,
He's likeable, amusing, and he really is swell,
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club
1, 2, Latin Newspaper Staff 1, 2, Boys' Hi-Y 1, 2,
Treasurer of Boys' Hi-Y 2, Intramural Sports 1, 3,
"B" Team Basketball 2, LaFam.ac Staff 4, Class Edi-
tor 4, U. D. C. History Award 3, Jr.-Sr. Planning Com-
mittee 3: Jr. Rotarian of the Month 4, Jr. Civitan Club
4, Debating Club 4, Track Team 4, Scottish Dancers
4, Spanish Club 4, Treasurer of Spanish Club 4,
Boosters Club 4, Advertising Manager for "And Came
The Spring" 4.
For he's a jolly good fellow,
as clever as any you'll ever meet,
His' school work is exceptional,
in college he'll never be beat.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1, Boys' Junior
Hi-Y 1, 2: Latin Club 1, 2, Eagle Staff 2, Pres. Jr.
Hi-Y 2, National Guard 4: Jr. Civxtan 4, Teen-Age
Club 1, 2, 4.
Short, sweet, and liked by everyone,
Sh.e'll never quit until her job is done.
Stedman High School 13 F.H.S. 2, 3, 43 Home Ec. Club
13 Teen-Age Club 2, 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3.
SENIORS WHOSE PICTURES DO NOT APPEAR
JASPER C. HICKS
Jasper Hiclcs is a fighting yet,
One of the snzartest that's been here yet.
Grand Junction H. S., Grand Junction, Colorado 1, 2,
33 Football 1, 2, 33 Track 1, 2, 33 Wrestling 1, 2, 33
Boxing 1, 2, 33 Secretary of Boys! League 2g Dramatics
Club 2, 33 NG" Club 1, 2, 33 F.H,S. 4.
Clifford is very nice lo know
His worlt always 'makes a show.
C. E. Byrd H. S. 1, 2, 33 F.H.S. 4: Football 2, 3,.41
Sltudent Council 13 Eagle Scout 23 Track 3, 43 Varsity
Club 43 Spanish Club 3.
Though he rloesnlf make all A's in studies,
He will always 11.11170 lots of buddies.
F,H.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Football l: Basketball 1: Track 13
"44" Club 43 Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
VIVIAN ANNE SANDERSON
A girl who has a way of her own,
"Sandy" will never be left alone.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Dramatics Club 1, 23 Teen-Age Club
1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 23 Home Economics Club 1, 2,
33 Boosters Club 1, 23 Home Room Chairman 1.
BETTY ANN TESSIER
She's one on which you can rely,
'Fo do her part as the time goes by.
Evans Mills H. S. 13 Brownville H. S. 2, 33 Library
Club 33 F.H,S. 4.
This boy lcnown for his "be-bop,"
In music he will hit the top.
F.H.S. 1, 2, 3. 4: Scottish Dancers 2, 3, 43 Cheerleader
33 Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3.
PETER C. VVORDEN
Pete is ll newcomer to our school,
He says no woman will ntalce him. a fool.
Abraham Lincoln H. San Jose, Cal. 1, 23 Forensics
Club 1, 23 Teen-Age Club 1, 23 American School of
Chicago 3, 43 F,H.S. 4.
I"n'1 sure everyones heard Bobby around,
Cause on his drums he can go to town.
Oak Ridge Military Institute 1, 23 Band 1, 23 Baseball
1: Baseball Mgr. 23 Basketball Mgr. 23 Intramural
Teams 1, 2: F.H.S. 3, 4: TeenfAge Club 3, 43 Student
Council 43 Homeroom Chairman 43 Most Original 43
lilogsters Club 3, 43 Sr. Band 3, 43 Band Letter Club
FORMER MEMBERS OF THIS YEAR'S CLASS
MARY HELEN BYRD
HlSlUllY UP Wi EUXES ill '49
All aboard, fellow classmates! The Bulldog Special Ole No. 49 is ready to take you on a jour-
ney down memory way.
Everybody seated? It is not necessary to have a ticket, for you have paid for this trip in ad-
vance-by peering into those text books for twelve long years. First let us call to mind our
adventures in Freshman-ville in 1945-1946. Our conductor was none other than Principal V. R.
White who, incidentally or providentially, came to F. H. S. the year we did, and who has been
not only our leader but also a real friend.
Remember how excited we were to enter the lovely modern building and how relieved we
were that the war was over and we could look forward to happy days again? It was with great
pride that we elected our first class oflicers to help lead us through the year. We chose Sammy
Hope as our president, Billy Strickland vice-president, Ruth Cole secretary, and Jimmie Jack-
son treasurer. We were determined to make A on all our subjects, but of course we did not think
about those new subjects we would be taking-Algebra, biology, Latin, and Spanish. We attacked
these new courses with zest ,however, and before the year was out we actually felt that even
Shakespeare was our old pal. Steve Worth, Merle Buie, Virginia McQueen, Betty Lee, and George
Biggs were chosen to represent us on the Student Council. Many new friends were made by all
of us and we thoroughly enjoyed our first year together-ending it with a delightful picnic at the
On to Sophomore Junction, 1946-1947! This year we chose J. C. Britt as our president. He was
ably assisted by Jimmy Maloney, Virginia McQueen, and Charlie Hopkins. Many of our class were
rewarded for their good marks of the year before by being taken into the Beta Club. Three of
our class-Jimmie Jackson, J. C. Britt, and Lee Smith were on the varsity football squad.
As our special class feature in the 1947 LaFamac we had the privilege of voting on the three
outstanding Sophomores. Those elected were George Brinkley, Betsy Lawrence, and Ruth Cole.
Besides all the hayrides, dances, and parties of the year, We had one very special fete-a lovely
day at White Lake.
Next stop, J uniortown?' 1947-1948! Looks as if it is man's world for we again elected a male as
our president. Frank Hoover with his helpers, Yancey Robertson, Betsy Lawrence, and Billy
Strickland, did a swell job of steering us along our course. One of our classmates, Jimmie Jackson,
honored us by being elected Vice-president of the Student Body.
This year will always hold a special place in our memory as we recall all the exciting foot-
ball victories which led to a State Championship.
The really special event of the year, of course, was the Junior-Senior Banquet honoring our
seniors. We will always cherish the memories of this banquet because we, as the hosts, worked
so hard to make it "the best one yet." The theme was "Candy", and the banquet hall was deco-
rated effectively to carry out the theme. Sammy Hope distinguished himself as toastmaster, and
everyone said that we had one of the best banquets ever held in Fayetteville.
The seniors chose Jimmie Jackson as their chief marshal with assistants: Mary Howard
Franck, Virginia McQueen, Ruth Cole, Yancey Robertson, J. C. Britt, and Fredrick Van Deusen.
Although we had to struggle through Chemistry and Algebra Il, we thoroughly enjoyed our
As we roll around the bend into Senior City, 1948-1949, the wheels of the old locomotive seem
to be saying, 'Tm a senior, I'm a senior, Pm a senior . . ." We have been looking forward all
these years to this time-the day when we would become high and mighty seniors able to enjoy
all the special privileges adhering to seniority. Yet, we are a little regretful that soon this phase
of our journey will end and we will have to board another train.
Gordon McNeill took the spotlight as president this year with Frank Berry, Barbara McKen-
zie, and Frances Riddle sharing otiicial honors. Jimmy Maloney was elected president of the Stu-
dent Body with John Oates as vice-president, and Emma Hunter secretary-three of the four
Student Body officers from our class!
We were doubly thrilled this year to attend all the breath-taking football games which led
to another wonderful State Championship. Ten of our classmates were on this swell Varsity
Sammy Hope, George Brinkley, John Oates, and Merle Buie were chosen as the Triangular
Debaters with alternates Betty Turner and Gene Cook. All of these but Gene are in our class.
The regular school publications, the Bulldog with Gordon McNeill, editor,and Frances Adams,
business manager, and the LaFamac headed by Betsy Lawrence, editor, and Bob Allen, business
manager, were duly published. This year the seniors decided to revive the discarded custom of
staging a senior play, "And Came the Spring." Our faculty sponsors in this theatrical enterprise
were Misses Jean Von Canon, Mary Blaylock, and Louise Johnston.
Now it is time for us to board our Future Train. We know not what great metropolis lies
ahead, but no matter what the future holds, long will live with us our days in Fayetteville High
School. We will be grateful, Old F. H. S., for the knowledge, friendships, encouragement, and pre-
paration you have bestowed upon us.
Evelyn Brantley, Historian
Class of 1949
Zami will null 'PETEIIUPHT
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA J
D CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE
COUNTY OF CUMBERLAND J
We, the undersigned, known oflicially as the Class of 1949 of Fayetteville Senior High School,
being sound in body and, we hope, sound in mind, and realizing that our days as students are num-
bered, hereby declare these after-mentioned to be our lawful heirs, and do will, bequeath, and, pos-
sibly, thrust upon these persons and classes the following legacies:
To Mr. Sisk our sincere thanks for his guidance these last four years.
To Mr. White, in parting, we bequeath our appreciation and gratitude for all he has done for
us, and to him we give a lasting membership in our class.
To our teachers we leave our records fgood and badj and our good wishes-our thoughts
will always be with them.
Our class, leaving with Coach Dole, express our thanks again to him, the team and the en-
tire coaching staff, and our deep appreciation for placing upon F. H. S., for two years the title
To the Class of 1950 we bequeath the divine privilege of upholding the standards fnamely
oursl and morals of this our Alma Mater, F.H.S.
We do will and bequeath all the surviving desks to the Sophomores. May they not get stuck
on the gum!
To our Friends, the Freshmen, we do will and bequeath our beloved colors of red and white,
along with the eternal hope of being Seniors some day.
l, Betsy Lawrence, leave my versatility to Joanne Brown.
We, Yancey Robertson and Jimmy Maloney, leave all our honors and many friends to Hervy
Vtfe, Louis Ray, Billy Gilbert, and Billy Hubbard leave our ability in English IV to anyone
finding it difficult to learn MACBETH.
I, Ramsey Smith, leave my ability to make speeches and the extremely rare ability to hold
audiences spellbound to Charles Schreiner.
I, Clarence Godwin, do will and bequeath my number 18 cue stick to Dobbin Holmes.
I, Gordon McNeill, do will and bequeath my dog house to next year's Editor of the Bulldog.
Since I need them no more, I, Bill Kennedy, will and bequeath my bar-bells to Carmon Snipes.
l, Myrtle Sessoms, do will and bequeath my second period chocolate bar to Margaret Wilson.
May she get as fat as I did!
l, J. C. Britt, leave all the trigonometry to "Spoodle" McArthur.
I, Clinton Bertschi, leave my temper to some poor fool in love - fJoan Maultsbyj
To any Juniors who are forced to take chemistry, we, McBride, Daily, Williams, Riddle and
Carter leave our 100 average fall added togetherb, with the hope that they will get the chance of
going to the board every day.
I, Louise Poe, do will and bequeath my scholastic ability to any Junior, namely Sammy Harris,
that could use it.
I, Dave Butler, just leave-believe it or not!
We, Jim Jackson and Bobby Enright, will and bequeath our smile of friendliness to Buddy
Green and Wesley Smithman.
I, Ann Moore, do leave my freckles to anybody that can remove them.
The brains of second-year Shorthand leave our ability to take it, accompanied by Bach, to
Ruthanna White and Gillie Shaw.
I, Sammy Hope, do leave my one pair of black patent leather shoes to any Junior who needs
a pair for a formal dance.
We, Emma and Vann, leave a 'Shmoo' from our menagerie to Billy and Rachel.
We, Barbara Cain and Bettie Townsend, do leave our curly hair, along with Betty Jo Julian's
blond locks, to Lou Adams and Nancy Adams.
I, Charles Jordan, do hereby leave my record tat school every day and on timel to any Junior
who can jerk sodas.
We, Josephine Hunter and Ann Cooper, will devise and bequeath our new hair cuts to any-
body who has time enough to learn to roll it up.
Vtfe, Jerry Owen, Frances Adams, Holly Howard, and Ruth Cole, leave locker 103 fcomplete
with automatic doorl hoping that only one Junior will have to use it.
I, Jean Gowdy, devise and bequeath my athletic ability f?J to Anna Jean Brown.
I, Harold Pickett, do hereby give and bequeath my quietness to anyone who makes F on con-
We, Pearl Jean Shooter and Betty Lou Turner, do hereby give and bequeath a part of our love
of flirting twe must keep the other portion for later use Jto any two Junior girls who have the
nerve to accept and use it!
We, Katherine and t'Luke", leave our difference in height to Gene and Johnnie.
VVe, Barbara and Ray, find it very difficult to leave much, but we do will and bequeath a small
portion of our love to Pat and John.
I, Mary James, hereby give and bequeath my 'fshynessn to Peggy Hawley.
I, Jimmy Hall, do hereby give and bequeath my great athletic prowess and boogie-Woogie
beebop to Vivian Hollinshed.
I, Hilda Bullard, do hereby devise and bequeath my batting eyelashes to Elsie Collins, here
hoping she gets a 'tfellow", ha!
We, Joy Nette Teague and Ray McLaurin, do hereby give and bequeath our outstanding
achievements in bookkeeping to Lou Yates and Marian Culbreth.
I, Frances Todd, hereby give and bequeath my big bass drum to little J. B. Slaughter.
I, Hazel Vestal, hereby devise and bequeath my quiet sneeze to Eddie Sumner.
I, George Brinkley, do hereby declare that I find it very hard to leave anything.
As executors of this last will and testament, we, the Class of 1949, appoint the Junior Class,
and we rely on them to carry out faithfully these, our last wishes. We give, grant, devise and
bequeath to this Class, in remuneration for its trouble, our undying love and gratitude.
In testimony whereof, we have hereunto set our hands and affixed our seal, this the twenty-
fourth day of March, in the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and forty-nine.
Witnesses: Virginia McQueen CSEALJ
Merle Buie Testator
One cheap battleship
One large size Ceconomicalj
Freddie Leverette and Frances
A position as a star on any
Tommy Wooten, Bill Coley,
and Harold Pickett
Two raincoats or four unbrel-
las for Key club hayrides
Bill Kennedy, Hilda Bullard,
Merle Buie, and George Brink-
One Toni relill
One empty locker
Edna Rogers, Jerry Owen, Bet-
ty Faucette, Frances Adams
and Vivian Sanderson
One loud speaker for use in
One case of peroxide
One tuning fork
Peggy and Lucille Brown
One bottle of milk-shake re-
One bottle of leg make-up for
Jimmie Jackson and Sammy
One extra hour to sleep
Barbara Boggess, Sue Black,
and Joy Nette Teague
One alarm clock to ring at
Harold Jernigan, Joan Bow-
den, and Lambert Johnson
One bicycle for carrying the
One automatic "Turner"
G. R. Biggs
One tree to climb
One Piedmont Special
One lunch permit
Red Walker, Betsy Lawrence,
and Janet Stallings
One nurse's cap
One All-Southern guard
Nine months vacation and
three months school
One slightly soiled Chemistry
Mary Charlotte Daily
One beat-up drum and bee-bop
Bobby Wrenn and Dick Utley
One D. A. R. scrapbook, slight-
ly turned up edges
One pair maroon bee-bop pants
One motor scooter used less
than a million miles
One good used camera
Two lifesavers medals
Richard Taylor and Larry
One large battered megaphone
Beat up Chevvy complete with
rabbit's foot and broken clock
A car with four slightly bat-
A used Charles Atlas course
An A-model that is priced so
low you can't get over it
One girl's Trig book
One mercury covered class
One band uniform
One Commercial Geography
One bottle of dried-up white
Lydia Cannon, Christine Car-
ter, and Mary Lou DeJinis
One personally autographed
copy of "So Round So Firm
So Fully Packed"
Holly Howard and Virginia
Where there's life there's
I will buy one armful of "'Ivey"
Doris Baggett will play at
Miss Duke's Wedding
I will be at the front cash re-
gister at the A Kr P Saturday
Betty Jo Julian
Wants to know way to Wins-
One trip to Parkton in a 'KPi-
If you have a frilly skating
skirt call me
If you are 6'2", smoke a pipe,
and attend college call me
Will show you around North
If you have a copy of "Chic-
ken Shack Boogie" call me
Will substitute for Latin tea-
I refuse to move in 3rd period
Will report on all school gos-
Will sell all extra stationery
after June lst
Will hire one stand-in for Sen-
ior Class Play
Will talk to Miss Longest for
Trip to picturesque country
with handsome artist.
Betty Jo Seals
One way ride to Yale-
Pearl Jean Shooter and Betty
Ride to Pennsylvania, will help
drive and share expenses-
A ride in 1949 black Mercury
Convertible wanted by-
One trip to Greece-
4 round-trip tickets to Flo-
rence, S. C. Cnot for Tri-Hi-Y
Betty Ann McBryde, Frances
Riddle, Betty Townsend, and
One ride to Niagara Falls with
a State Highway patrolman-
The expeditionary forces of
Hunter and Lewis Want a
t'Slower Boat to China."
One ride to Fort Benning,
Two used Sugar Bowl stubs
J. C. Britt and Ray Green
Ride to Sub-district, my car is
in the garage-
One ride to Chapel Hill for
Mary Howard Franck and
One trip to Parkton-
One trip to Africa to hunt big
Will sell one ticket to Tripoli-
One round trip ticket to Golden
One trip to Washington-
John and Gordon McNeil
One trip to Honolulu for or-
One trip to 'tGreen"-land see-
DOUGIE Bum AND SANDY GREGORY
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BETSY LAVVRENCE AND JIMMIE JACKSON
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BILL STRICKLAND AND KEETER BARNES
GORDON MCNEILL AND FRANCES .ADAMS
GEORGE BRINKLEY AND BQERLE BUIE
RUTH COLE AND YANCEY ROBERTSON
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VIRGINIA MCQUEEN AND SAMMY HOPE
HOLLY HOXNAHD AND JVIIXUNIY NTALONEY
JEAN GOWDY AND G-ENE WILSON
BOBBY XVRENN AND HAZEL VESTA1,
CAREY FISHER AND BARBARA MCKENZIE
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PURPLE and GOLD WE LEARN BY DOING
Looking through the yearsg What do I see looking back?
Through the sorrowg through the tears: I see the band trips long and shortg
To the days of youth's laughing lightg I see the debates with quelling retortg
To the days of high school bright. I see time passing, oh, so fastg
I see three years over at last.
What do I see? What do I see?
footba1l's dashing thrillg
the losses with, oh, such chill!
the victories with their songg
in all life-nothing wrong!
That do I see! That I do see!
That do I see! That I do see!
And now as a Junior looking back I see
The lessons I scorned, as things I should loveg
Now I do pray to my Father aboveg
To let future kids like me
Have the power early to see!
Manie Lou Adams
Betty Lou Bridges
Anna .lean Brown
Betty .Io Bryant
as J U N I O R S
John Henry Croorn
John Crosby, Jr.
Dorothy Freeman X
J U N I O R S .
G. XV. Hall
Bobby Lee Holmes
S. T. Horne
Mary Lou Kastner J
Margaret Ann Lee
Lucianna Janet Melton
Edgar Allen Poe
Esker Leroy Riggleman
Betty Rose Smith
Doris Ann Walters
V ann Winfree
Juniors Whose Pictures Do Not Appear
Horace Barfield Dougald Graham Harold Merian
Aileen Bryant Sammy Harris June Raye Peele
Bob Butler Shady Herring Roy Thaggard
Billy Coleman VVehh Hughes Albert White
Charles Cox Jimmy .Jernigan Margaret Wilson
J oan Maultsby
Mary Lou Colvin
Puyc S ix! y-Four
Tommy McCoy Ronnie Milligan Kitty Cook Dick Hensdale
President Vice President Secretwiu 7'7'l'l1S'll7'C'V' tg! 'J
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Mary Owens Bell
Mary Ann Borts
J. D. Bradford
Edward David Y
Mary Lou Gore
Charles T, Haigh
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L. J. Todd
C. D. Carroll
Owen Cook Mary Daniels Wade Parker Donald Canady
President McRainey Secretary Treasurer
Mary , Elizabeth
C. W. Harrelson
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Roy B. Goforth
J oe Mack
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-"' PM 'V :HH 3 James Williams
A'AA , . JO ' ' 'S
TW ' r 7 Joanne Wrenn
SOPHOMORES WHOSE P ICTU RES
Thennie Bell Benson
David Rae Cox
Leroy Thaggard V
FRESHMEN WHOSE PICTU RES
Flora Ann Atkinson
Jo Ann Coates
Billy Gene Wray
DO NOT APPEAR
DO NOT APPEAR
Davis Shelby Jackson
Betty Jean Jernigan
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STUDENT BODY OFFICERS
Jimmy Maloney John Oates Emma Hunter
Presirlmz! Vice-President Secretary
Mary Daniels McRainey
Billy Strickland-President BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Sammy Hope-Recording Secretary
Hervy Averette, Frank Berry, George Biggs
George Brinkley, J, C. Britt, Adrian Creech,
Bill Kennedy, Freddie Leverette, Paul Mc-
Arthur, John Oates, Yancey Robertson. Leon
Dale, Ray Green, Jimmie Jackson, Wilburn
Scruggs, Wesley Smithman.
J o-Anne Brinkley
Mary Daniels McRainey
ASSEMBLY PLANNING COMMITTEE
First row: Mrs. Janie Simmerman, Senior Advisor, Mr. V. R. White, Miss Mamie Grey, Mrs. Paul
Stewart, Jimmy Maloney, Chairman. Second row: Emma Hunter, Secretary, Ruth Cole,,hP-glt,,QraWl
iqy,,.H0l1y Howard, Jimmie Jackson. Third row: Virginia McQueen, Gene Overbeck, Eddie Prid-
gen, Vann Seawell, Edwyn Sloan, Toaksie Tucker.
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Pyesidem M Merle Buie
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Vice-President y Wen
Second row: Frances Adams, Bob Allen, Keeter Barnes, Gertrude Bass, Joyce Bass, Charles Beatty, Mary Owens Bell.
Third Row: Peggy Berry, John Blackwell, Mary Arm Borts, Larry Brannon, Evelyn Brantley, Joanne Brown, Hilda
Fourth row: Grey Bullock, Ann Butler, Floyd Byrd, Ruth Cole, Elsie Collins, Mary Lou Colvin, Gene Cook.
Fifth row: Kitty Cook, 'lfommy Cottingham, John Clontz, Ellen Clyburn, Jim Clyburn, fat Crawlg. Janie Edwards.
Sixth row: Dot Fisher, Dorcas Gaines, Elizabeth Gouldman, Jean Gowdy, Jimmie Hall, Boghyvffayes, Howard Hazlett.
Seventh row: Billy Plei'rin7,2,"'JQd2'lTerther, Harry Hickey, Shirley Holmes. Holly Howard. Emma Hunter, Jimmie
First row: Beth Jenkins. Betsy Lawrence, Nlargaret Ann Lee. Freddie l,evet'ette. Dan Maxwell. Janet Melton. Paul
Second row: Margaret Mt-Arthur. Tommy lvlt-Coy, Bruce Mt-Daniel, Mary Elizahotli Mc-Dill. lfllizaheth Mclntosh,
Barbara McKenzie. Betty Boyd Newberry.
Third row: .Iohn Oates. Edgar Poe. Charles Rankin, Frances Riddle, Edna Rogers. Scott Russ. Christine Sawyer.
Fourth row: Charles Schreiner. Hazel Seruggzs, XVillJu1'n Scruggs. Yann Seawell. I-'rank Sliaw. Gillie Shaw. Pearl .lean
Fifth row: Rrada Slaughter, Marilyn Smith. Jerry Snider. Janet Stallings. Bill Strit-kland. Betty Thigpen. Dolores
Sixth row: Frances Todd, Prudence Todd. .Jeanne Upton. Ray Vine-oli, Ann.jVai'wiclg.4Xngelyn XVethington. Dorothy
Seventh row: Ruthanna White, Gayle Williams. Winnie Lee Xvlllllllllfi. Hob XVintei-s, Vann Winfree, Jeanette Young.
First row: Frances Adams, President: Jerry Owen, Vice-Ilrzfsirlentg .lean Cranwell, Secretary, Janet Stallings, Trea
Surerg Barbara Boggess, Sergeant-at-Arnzs: Frances Riddle, Program, Chairman.
Second row: Doris Baggett, Virginia Barbour, Keeter Barnes, Sue Black, Evelyn Brantley, Merle Buie.
Third row: Hilda Bullard, Barbara Cain, Jackie Carter, Ruth Cole, Mary Charlotte Dailey, Betty Nell Fauoette.
Fourth row: Jean Gowdy, Elle Havelos, Katherine Holmes, Holly Howard, Emma Hunter, Josephine Hunter.
Fifth row: Betsy Lawrence, Betty Ann McBryde, Virginia McQueen, Ann Moore, Louise Poe, Edna Rogers.
Sixth row: Betty Jo Seals, Pearl Jean Shooter. Delores Thompson, Frances Todd, Bettie Townsend. Angelyn Weth-
Seventh row: Frances Xvilliains, Mary Lu XVillia1ns, Merle XVyne.
First row: Nancy Adams. l'resirlcnt: Grey Bullock, Vice-Presirlmilg Dorothy VVhite, S!'l'I'l'fllI'!1,' Janie Eclwarcls, Trea-
.wzzrcrf Gillie Shaw, Sr-1'gvc1nf-At-Arms7 Elsie Collins, I'royrz1111 f'flllfI'Illll7l.
Second Flow: Gertrude Bass, Joyce Bass, Betty Beard, Rosa Bernstein, Joanne Brown, Carolyn Cameron.
Thircl row: Ellen Clyliurn, Virginia Corbett, Pat Crawley, Betty Crowder, Rachel Davis, Daphne Dew.
Fourth row: Dorothy lfisher, Lois Fleislimzmf Hawley, .Ioan Maultsby. Shirley Mills, Rrada Slzuigliter,
Fifth row: Prudence 'l'o4l4l, Ruthanna NVhite.
To create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community,
high standards of Christian character.
Mary Owens Bell. I'v'csirlenLg Mary 13431-Lin, ,4,Ll,iS,,,3
Second row:Mickey Fleishmun, V'ic1:-l"rcsiflcm,t5 Betty Boyd y, Secwfrrzryq Put Gihsonn T'l'6'lLS'll,7'l?7'f Jeanne Up-
ton, Sgt.-At-A1'n1s,' Mary Lou Colvin, I'v'0y1rf11n, Cllaiwzzan.
Third row: Dorothy Clegg, Kitty Cook.
Fourth row: Qorcas Gaines. lClizz1lJct,l1 Gloulcllnun. Julia Graham, Shirley Holmes.
Fiftlh rcigvt Beth ',TeiT?f1TGf'JT1liz1 Kennedy, Mzn'g:n'et McArthur. Mary Elizabeth Mc-Dill. Virginia McMillan. Gene Over-
Sixth row: Kitty Rose Paxton, Helen Davis Quillin. Jane Roberts. Martha Statler, Ann VVz11'xvic'k, Gayle Vvilligmgy
'Winnie Lee XVilliaxns.
First row: Beaufort Law. I'1'c'sident,' Allene VVellons, Vice-President Mary Daniels Blciiainey, S1'c'rctary,' Ann Thun-
berg, Trr'us1u'0r, Delores Lewis, I'Vog1r1mL Chairman.
Second row: Patsy Adams, .lo Anne livinkley, Patty Faye Bullard, Mildred Carter, Vivian Fasul, Rosa Lee Herring,
Third row: Ifllizabeth Mel-'arlyen. Peggy Ann McKee, Rebecca Pittman, Jane Iieinevke, Edwyn Sloan, Meredith Ty-
son, Barbara Yossler.
NO PICTURE: Peggy Jernigan.
Cary Fisher Hervy Averette Jimmie Jackson George Brinkley Adrian Creech
President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Corresponding Sec
Second row: Hal Atwater, George Biggs, Dave Butler.
Third row: Howard Cheshire, Buddy Green, Ray Green, Vivian Hollinshed.
Fourth row: Bobby Holmes, Cedric Jernigan, Bill Kennedy.
Fifth row: Jimmy Maloney, Bob Martin, Paul McArthur, Gordon McNeill, John Oates,
Sixth row: Charles Schreiner, Wilburn Scruggs, Vann Seawell, Carmon Snipes, Richard
Taylor, Vann Winfree.
JUNIOR HI-Y '
Tommy McCoy Charles Clyburn Frank Shaw Ronnie Milligan Charles Beatty
President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer
John Clontz Owen Cook
Billy Everett Campbell Haigh
Charles T. Haigh
Fifth row: Dick Hensdale, Truman Hon, Joel Jenkins, Jimmy Lewis, Paul
Monroe, Charles Morris, Jim McRae.
Sixth row: ,Jimmy McGill, Charles Rankin, J. B. Slaughter, Bobby Theofield,
Jimmy VanStory, Jimmy Williams, Ramon Yarborough.
Mrs. John Roberts, Cliairmzm
Mrs. George Vossler Mrs. P. H. Todd
Mrs. Leon Gibson Miss Margaret Duke
Mrs. Charles Threatt Miss Louise Johnston
PURPOSE OF TEEN-AGE CLUB
The purpose of the Teen-Age Club is to provide supervised recreation for
all high school student members. Dances are held every Friday night of the school
year at the local Y. M. C, A. During the football and basketball seasons the club
is host to our visiting teams. The high light of this year's activities was a formal
dance at Breece's Landing, music for which was furnished by the Cavallo Orchestra.
A f,A -
r LATIN CLUB
B XX C
Row 1, Left to right: Norma Jean Brown, Dolores Greco, Betty Baker, Beaufort Law, Virginia Corbett, Patty Faye
Bullard, Patsy Adams, Joanne Holmes, Betty Johnson, Sue Johnson, Patty Butler, Jean lngold, Ruby Doris Bow-
les, Mildred Carter, Jewel Cannady, Nancy McArthur, Margaret Stafford, Betty Lou Latham, Richard Player.
Row 2, Left to right: Gayle Williams, Barbara Marshall, Vivian Parker, Meredith Tyson, Charles Clyburn, Julia
Ann Graham, Mary Lou Colvin ,Roy Harris, Jerry Snyder, Betty Erstling, Alma Beatty, Annette VVeeks, Bar-
bara Vossler, Edwyn Sloan, Vivian Fasul, Rebecca Pittman, Winnie Lee XVillia1ns, Janie Reinecke.
Row 3, Left to right: Miss Benton, Ronnie Milligan, Hensdale Bramble, Malcolm Bethune, Tommy Mason, Jimmy
VanStory, Truman Hon, Beth Jenkins, Kitty Cook, Kitty Rose Paton, Jane Roberts, Margaret MCQELIQ-gr, Eliza'
beth Mclntosh, Mary Daniels McRainey, Allene VVellons, Hilda Bullard, Ted Voorhees, loe Mack' Hatcher, Nor-
Row 4, Left to right: Oliver Green, Webb Hughes, Baylus Bramble, Joe ,McGugan, Billy Vvebb, Donald Cannady,
Owen Cook, John NVhite, Tommy McDonald, George Herndon, Wade Parker, Daniel Maxwell, John Blackwell,
Herbert Callahan, Edgar Poe.
Row 5, Left 'to right: Ray Sheppard, Jimmy MacRae.
Miss Mary Blaylock W, ..... Advisor Eugene 'KBubba" Johnson A,Vice-President
Pearl Jean Shooter , , , .... President Frances Zahrun , . -- -Scoretaviu-T1'eas'ure1'
Tommy Meriun ,, M ,Scrgcunt at Arms
Second row: Marilyn Smith, Ray McLaurin.
Third row: Billy Rutherford, Christine Carter, Louise Mc-Kee. Ray Green,
Fourth row: Betty .Io Bryant, Bill Kennedy, Carolyn Cameron.
Fifth row: Jack Hayes, Vivian Hulon, Lucille Brown, Cary Fisher.
Sixth row: Patsy Brooks, Billy XVillis.
PURPOSE OF FRENCH CLUB
The French Club is to create more interest and a better understanding about
the French language, not only in French class, but throughout the entire school.
First row: Emma Hunter, Presidemg Mickey Fleishman, Vice-Presidontg Betty Thigpen, Secretary, 'Tommy Wooten,
Treasurerg Lorraine Acevedo, Louis Allen.
Second row: Virginia Barbour, Betty Jean Barresi, Geraldine Beller, Earlene Beller, Betty Lou Bridges, Peggy
Brown, Ann Butler, Bob Cannon.
Third row: Betty Jane Cawley, Ruth Cole, Gertrude Cook, Pat Crawley, Marian Culbreth, Mary Charlotte Dailey,
Betty Derryberry, Richard Dugan. '
Fourth row: Pat Gibson, LjQtQZawGladden. Fay Henderson, Katherine Holmes, Frances Jernigan, Julia Kennedy, Mari-
lyn Kertsman, Nancy L1 .'M'Mt'A
Fifth row: Elizabeth Lucas, Paul McCauley, Reese Rackley, Janet Shore, Shirley Smith, Bill Strickland, Miriam
Taylor, mMary,-Frances Threats. 1 I
Sixth row: 'Ray Vincoli, Martha Jean Vvalker, Joyce Vtfallace, j.uJ,1,,3ALarwiQc, Frances Williams, Mary Lu VVilliams,
Jeanetlte Young, Joyce Young.
Row l, Left to right, Seated: Evelyn Adams, Ruby Doris Bowles, Patsy Brooks, Dorothy Petty. Lucille Brown.
llllsio Collins. lNlZll'Ll'l2l .loam VVz1lker.
Row 2, Loft to right: Miss RL-velise, Jimmy Black. Curl Hood, John XVliile, Louisv Helms, Curtis lirilt, .In-miie Harris.
Ilene Cook. klluoru liivslvr, Huy IXICLauVin, Mary Alive Loflin. .l. ll. BI'2llIl'i1l'll, Charles Ilmviv, .lzmws Jolinson,
HOME C CLUB
1 Betty Jo Julian ..... ....... P resident
Wynona Harding -- ........... Vice-President
Lydia Cannon --- ---Secretary and Treasurer
Betty Lou Smith
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Joy Nette Teague
Pag e N inty
Manie Lou Adams, Doris Baggett, Bob Barret. Mary Owens Bell, Rosa Bernstein, Anna Jean Brown, Grey Bullock
Katherine Conner, Gene Cook, Kitty Cook, Mary Charlotte Dailey, Janie Edwards. Frank Ellerbe, Elma Fenclly
Elizabeth Gouldman, Fay Henderson Dick Hensclale, Harry Hickey, Beth Jenkins, James Johnson, Patsy Kracke
James Layton, Barbara Ann Marshall, Janet Melton, Margaret McArthur, Doris McMillan, Gene Overbeck, Vivian Parker.
Kitty Rose Paton, Edgar Poe, Joyce Ross, Walter Ryan, Pearl Jean Shooter, Jerry Snider, Stanley Tesler
Merezlilth Tyson, .Iinnny VanStory, Janie Wildman, Gayle XVillia1ns, VVillie Lee Williams, Bob Winlters, Ronald Young
Row 1: Evelyn Brantley, lVIerle Buie, Lydia Cannon, Ruth Cole.
Row 2: Rachel Davis, Jimmie Hall, Jack Hayes, Harry Hickey
Row 3: Katherine Holmes, Holly Howard, Josephine Hunter, Phyllis Jorgensen, Tommy Merian, Bob McG1ynn,
ROW 4: Virginia McQueen, Lee Smith, Jerry Owen, Janet, Stallings,
Not pictured: Peter VVorden, Patty Maxwell.
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McQueen, Jerry Owen, Janet Stal
Glynn, Jimmy Hall.
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Popular Science" -- Harry
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Exams are over and so are they
goodjimes for those who didn't
quite make 70.
Operation "Brick-Lay"-or the
Other Wing is sailing toward the
sky. There is not a student in
room 211, 212, 210 that couldn't
leave school today and start on
a job as a brick layer. I
Fair-Janet Stallings, Cary
Queen, Sammy Hope.
Rain-Pearl Denton, Jimmy
Windy - Louise Poe, Dave
Calm - Evelyn Brantley,
Qeorge Brinkley. 4
Cool-F r a n c e s Williams.
Warm - Frances Adams,
Changeable -- Katherine
Holmes, Sonny Dale.
From the' looks of things, 'it
could easily be said that F. H. S.
had a girl's football team-by the
way those balls Cgoldb are being
What's new! Lavender ties and
Pink shirts! Boys with their hair
dyed black-anything 915977
The Bulldogs elected Dave'
Butler and Cedric Jernigan to
be their honorary C3-Dfams top
L--E,-5:35 Miss Kate Broadfoob
Fayetteville high School will be
. forever indebted-
CONFERENCE HELD BY
HI-YS AND TRI-HI-YS
Fayetteville high school was
represented at the Hi-Y and Tri-
Hi-Y conference this year by nine
girls and four boys.
"Hunting and Fishing"-
Tommie and Jerry Beller.
I-IEW TO THE LINES
By Bos MCGLYNN
The footballs and equipment
are now stowed away in moth-
balls and the Friday night fever
of football games has died away
until next September. The only
nostalgia 'that is left will be
found in the trophy case which
displays the two proud state
championship awards. Therefore,
in the last column which will
deal with football we would like
to say "thanks" to the team and
all those who were responsible
in really placing Fayetteville on
the football map. Especially does
this come from the sports staff
' of the "Bulldog," for it is so much
easier to write about a whining
team than one which has not
fared so well.
Final honors on the Blue and
White squad came as guard J. C.
Britt and halfback Howard Che-
shire were named on the All-
Southem high school "dream
squad." Dave "Eli" Butler, star iS,hG1' hobby- ' . ' 'i
The Bulldogs tucked away
their second successive state
championship and third in the
history of thebschool Novem-
ber 29, when they defeated a
heavy Burlington eleven 14-
Bela Club Accepts
New "A" Members
' The Beta club tapped 46 new
members at a candlelight service
in the auditorium October 29.
Af ter the devotion by Betsy Law-
rence, the program was turned
over to Yancey Robertson, presi-
dent of the Beta club. Yancey
talked about the standards of the
,Beta club after which speeches
'were made by Jerry Owen, Bob
'Allen, and Merle Buie.
Band Seeks "Kilts"
The Band Boosters' club, with
W. G. Johnson, president, and
Ric-hiird Player, chairman of the
tinunce committee, has already
raised four thousand dollars of
the ten thousand it set asits goal
for the new band uniforms,
i The "Kilts", as the Scotch call
1 the skirts, will be predominatedly
red, but will have blue, white,
und other colors in the back-
ground. There will be blue jac-
kets with white cuffs. The hat
will look like an oversea's cap
with a feather.-
The majorettes will wear spe-
Lcialsiicottish uniforms also.
Secretary Likes F.H.S.
"I like working here very
, much", says Mrs. Bessie C. Harri-
son, the new oliice secretary. This
her tirst year in Fayetteville
after leaving Scot1and'Neck last
your, She received her education
ai: Salem College and Littleton
Female Academy. VVhen asked
what were some of he likes .she
said that there were too many to
list. One of he pet peeves though
is unimportant calls that come
into the office. Horse back riding
pass-snagger, received honorable' - ' '
The best way to killtime
s to ivork it to death.
Well! As women's sk.rts go, "So
Row 1, Left to right: Ruth Cole, Doris Jackson, Mary Owens Bell, Julia Ann Graham, Gene Overbeck, Mary Howard
Franck, Jean Cranwell, Holly Howard, Jackie Carter, Hazel Vestal.
Row 2, Left to right: Louis Bullard, Tommy Wooten, Truman Hon, Betsy Lawrence, Sammy Hope, Hilda Bullard,
Jimmie Jackson, Billy Willis, John C. Williams, Mr. Harvey Bosell.
Jimmie McRae Gertrude Cook Katherine Holmes
President Vice-President Secretary
Reading left to right: 'NK
Row 1: Ray Sheppard, Sammy Hope, Mary Howard Franck, Virginia McMillan, Pearl Jean Shooter, Katherine Holmes,
Joan Maultsby, Rrada Slaughter, Virginia McQueen, chief cheerleader.
Row 2: Charles Morris, Jackie Brigman, Barbara Apple, Betty Lou Latham, Mary Lou Colvin, Hazel Scruggs, Mar-I
aret M rthur, Betty Boyd Newberry, Beth Jenkins, Josephine Hunter, Mary Lu Williams, Julia Kennedy,
Hazel Vesta, altty Butler.
Row 3: Winnie Lee Williams, Margaret Stafford, Patsy Adams, Joanne Holmes, Gayle Vvilliams, 'Barbara Vossler,
Edwynn Sloan, Rebecca Pittman, Bettie Townsend, Jane Roberts, Mary Elizabeth McDill, Mary Ann Borts, Ann
Warwick, Doris Jackson, Sue Jackson,
Row 4: Dorothy Nelson, Nancy Lou Thomas, Patsy Karcke, Jackie Stroud, Jean Upton, Kitty Cook, Kitty Rose Paton,
Mary Owen B , Elizabeth Gouldman, Janet Shore, Marian Culbreth, Mamie Lou Adams, Ruth Cole, Barbara Bog-
gess, Holy oward.
Row 5: Barbara Hughes, Tommy Beller, Peggy Johnson, Jerry Owen, Jerry Beller, Barbara Pinkston, Bea Powers,
Adrian Stuhl, Hilda Bullard, Gene Overbeck, Betsy Lawrence, Merle Buie, Vivian Parker, Meredith Tyson,
Elizabeth Lucas, Mary? Fraifes Threatt.
Row 6: Dobbin Holmes, ssoms, 'ck Hensdale, Truman Hon, Herbert Calihan, Carolyn Smith, Joel Jenkins,
Gertrude Cook, Julia Graham, Mickey Fleishman, Tommy Mason, Billy Webb, Hervy Averette, Tommy McCoy,
Tommy Wooten, Raymond Yarbrough, Scott Russ, Daniel Maxwell, Ted Voorhees, Marian Vann, Freddie Smith,
Bob Winters, Horace Barfield, Bill Kennedy, Adrian Creech, Malcolm Bethune.
Row 7: Jimmy VanStory, Jimmy McRae, Billy Willis, Webb Hughes, Bobby Wrenn, Billy Gilbert, Bernard Campbell,
Tommy MacDonald, Ray McLaurin, Hensdale Bramble, Joe McGugan.
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Row 1, Left to right: Joan Maultsby, Hay Sliemmzxrd. Virginia Mn-Milizm
Row 2. Left to right: Virginia McQueen. Sammy Hope. Mary Hmvurrl Ifrzmk
Left to right: Pearl Jean Shooter, Katherine Holmes. Rrada Slaughter. limi
First row: Bob Allen, Business Manager, Second row: Jimmie Jackson,
Evezvette Morris, Betty Ann McBryde, Ray MeLaurin. Virginia Mc-
row: Frances Riddle. Edna Rogers, Christine
Janet Stallings, Delores Thompson. Fourth
Townsend, Hazel Vestal, Mary Lu Williams,
ADVANCED GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
Left to right-
Row 1: Framres Dudley, Mildred Reaves. Hazel Vestal, Kceter Barnes, ,Rrada Slaughter, Peggy Brown, Martha Cur-
row. Patricia Crosby, .Josephine Hunter.
ROW 2: Lucille Brown, .lorry Owen. Jean Cranwell, Betty .lo Seals. .Joanne Kozma, Elma Fendley, Daphne Dew, Bar-
bara Cain, Virginia Corbett. Mary Elizabeth James.
Row 3. Norma .Ioan Brown, .Ioynette Teague. Ruthanna XVhite, Dorothy White, Prudence Todd, Jackie Carter, Betty
Crowder, Frant-os Todd. Doris Jackson, Merle Baie.
Row 4: Betty TLll'llGl', .lanot Stallings. Ruby VVigg:fins. Gillie Shaw, Betty Ann McBryde, Holly Howard, Barbara
Bogzgess, Doris lizlggetl. Dorothy Fisher. Miss Brown.
Row 1: Hensdale Brainble. Joe MeGugan. S. T. Horne. Tommy Merian. Ray Sheppard.
Row 2: Dougald Graham. Dick Hensdale, Paul McCauley, Billy XVillis. Bill Kennedy, Charles Howie.
Row 3: Bob Strickland. Buck Vest, Ed XVallace, Bob XVinters, Frank Ellerbe, Miss Brown.
Page One Hundred
GIRLS GLEE CLUB
Left to right- V . V ,
Row 1: Delores Lewis. Etta Mae Atkinson. Betty Joyce Reaves. Peggy Alclxee. Adrian Stuhl. Jewel Canacly. Mildred
C' t .
Row tPIeggy Pauls. Allene XVellons, Milcireti Hunt. Mary Daniels Alt-Rainey. Rosa Lee Herring, Jerry Hill, Peggy
C' ' , V' " P1 'keit -
Row iS?nxia1'y'1xI1ziFBeiicier. Mary Ellen Butler. Ruby Stackpole. Rebecca Pittman, .lane Reinecke. lflclwyn Sloan.
Row 4: Helen Blanchard, Patty 'ay
Taylor, Miss Brown.
F 'e Bullard. Jozm H01mes. Nancy iwit-Arthur, Meredith Tyson, Joan Coates. Evelyn
Left to right-
Row 1: Louise McKee. Clyde Culbreth, VVinnie Lee XVilliains, Martha Stotler. Betty ilaressi, Margaruite Taylor,
Betty Thigpen, Barbara Cherry. Linda Glacldep. Hazel Scruggs, Julia Kennedy. .lac-kie Briginan, Margaret Mc-
Arthur. Doris Ann VValters. Ros! Bernstein? .
Row 2: Sue Johnson. Patty Butler. Janie xvlltlllllill. Verna Lee Cook, Era Havelos, Doris Jackson, Mary Frances
Bunnell. Marilyn Kertzinan, Elizabeth Goulclnian, Ann Vl'arwick, Gene Oyerlieck, Pat Gibson, .Joyce Smith,
Row 3: Louise Poe. Betty Jo Bryant, Barbara Martin, Mary Lois Gore, Pearl Phillips, Betty Ersttling, Nancy Lou
Thomas, Jackie Stroud, Louise lvey. lillle Haveios, Lottie lf'aircIoth, Joyce YOUIMI. Jeanette Young, Virginia Free-
man, Miss Brown.
How 4: Peggy Cannon, Betty Jo Julian. Jeanne Holmes, Martha Mt-Corrl, Gayle Nvilliains, Mary Lou Colvin, Jean
Epson, Mickey Fleishman, Julia Ann Graham, Katherine Sykes, Frances Cleininents. Betty XVin1tei's, Ethel
!'r1rff'O21P Himrlrml and One
ROW 1, Left to right: Harry Hickey, John XVhite, Eddie Sumner, Norwood Bryan, Malcolm Bethune.
Row 2: Zeb Gardner, Arthur Hubbard, Paul McCauley, Vveeks Parker, Edgar Poe, Tony Sessoms, Scott Russ, Daniel
Maxwell, Tommy Cottingham, Mr. White, Andrew S1nitli,Vix'ian Parker.
Page One Hzmdrml and 'I'11'o
George Brinkley ,, ,, ,,,,,.,,, PI'l?Si!l!'7If
Merle Buie .,,,,, ,,,,,,, I 'ir'0-P7'1'.si1lf'r1l
Sammy Hope ,,,,,.,, , , ., ,Sm-wtf:ry-T1'cz1s1n'f'r
Miss Jean Von Canon -H ,.,,,,,,,,,,.. 4 flz'isz'r
Miss Miriam Revilise ....,,,,,,,,,. ,- ,,,,. 4 rlzfisffl'
Hob Allen. I4ill'l'y Brannon. Gene Cook.
Row 2: Kitty Cook, Elma Fenclley. Jack Herther. lieth Jenkins. Betsy l42lXYl'0lll'0. Mziiyfzaret Klu-
Arthur, John Oates, Gene Overbovk.
Row 3: Jerry Snider, Ramsey Smith, Stanley Tcslur, Bettie 'l'ownsenml. lic-tty 'l'u1'nQ1'. Anne-tlv
Vveeks. 'rtllllllly Nvooten.
Puylcf 0110 Hzandrrfl and 'I'hrf1P
ROXY l, Left to right: Majorettes- Dorothy Freeman, Jean Beard, Frances Jerni-
gan, Elizabeth Lucas, Pat Gibson, Barbara Enright, Beulah Lynetter Smith.
ROVN7 2, Left to right: Mr. Bosell, Gene Cook, Stanfield Felton, Oliver Green, Fay,
Henderson, Betty Bakers Ritchie Smith, Rosa Bernstein.
ROW 3, Left to right. Weeks Parker, Bettie Townsend, Manie Lou Adams, Frances
Dudley, George Brinkley, Barbara Marshall.
ROW 4, Left to right: Gertrude Bass, Ed Morrison, John C. Williams, Bobby Haw-
kins, Claude Hollingsworth, Carmon Snipes.
ROVV 5, Left to right: Maurice Linkous, Franklin Herring, Jimmie Jackson, Ronnie
Milligan, Katherine Conner, Malcolm Bethune, Joe Mack Hatcher.
ROXV G, Left to right: Betty Beard, Vann Bullard, Merle Brock, 'Pony Sessoms,
Bobby Bennington, Baylus Bramble.
Iiwzclw rl und Foro'
ROXV l, Loft up Viglil: Jimmy llull. .lzimes Jolmsun, C'hzn'los Schreiner, 191-11111-os
Todd, R. li. Gofortli, Doris .Iac-ksmi, Hillv Whitehead, Stanlev Tesler.
HOXV 2, Left to right: Brooks Grimes, Frzmklin Haniilggi. llilly Johnston, 'Fed Russ,
Daphne Dow. Joyce Bass.
RONV 3, Left to :'iglii1Vl3ill,,Dgx1z.Lng. Trumzm Hon. lfyeclrlilg Slnith, Viviun I7Lll'k0l'.
ROW 4, Left to right: Zeb GLll'lillt'l', lXlau'ion Vunn, .lurvis Gust, Billy Walters, Betty
Rose Wultors, lf'1'cdclie Levcrctto.
ROW 5, Left to right: Flclclie Sumner, liilly Lowcler, Ric-lizml Player, Robert Ilutler,
Glenn Vupps. lliclcloll Arlzxms. llvtty Rose Smith.
Pain' Um' l'l1111rI1'rfr
BAND LETTER CLUB
Row 1: Gene Cook. Charles Schreiner, Gertrude Bass, Bettie Townsend, Billy VVhiLeheatl, Frances Todd, Daphne
Dew, Frances Dudley, Stanley Tessler, Mr. Bossell.
liow 2: Baylus Bramble, Bobby Hawkins, George Brinkley, Joyce Bass, -Doris Jackson, Freddie Levereftte, James
Row 3: Bob Bennington, 'l'ruman Hon, Carnion Snipes, Hicliard Player, Billy Johnston.
Row 4: Staniielfl Felton, Ronnie Milligan, Hangil-gi, Freddie Smith.
Row 5: Tony Sessonis, Franklin Herring, Jimmle'TT5c-ksol. Liddell Adams.
Left to right-
Nlascot-Beululi Lynette Smith
Jean Beard, Betty Rose Smith, Frances Jernigan, Elizabeth Luc-as, Pat
Gibson, Barbara Enright, Dot Freeman, Betty Beard.
Muff' One H1l7lfII'FLlll7l6lS'f.l'
X 'A 5
Row 1: Cedric Jernigan QPJ, Frank Berry CV-Pl, Eu-
gene Johnson ISKTJ, Lewis Allen, Hervy Averette,
Row 2: George Biggs, John Blackwell. J. C. Britt. Dave
Butler, Howard Cheshire. Adrian Creech.
Row 3: Leon Dale, Bobby Enright.
Row 4: Cary Fisher, Buddy Green,
Row 5: Ray Green, Jimmie Jackson, Harold Jernigan,
Billy Kennedy, Freddie Leverette.
Row li: Bob Martin, Paul McArthur, Gordon Mc-Neill,
Yancey Robertson, Willourn Scruggs.
Row 7: Vann Seawell, Lee Smith.
Row 8: NVesley Smithinan. Bill Strickland.
Row 9: Drexel XVheeler, Eugene VVilson.
I'r1f1POnP Hunrl-red and Seven
THE LAMPLIGHTERS ORCHESTRA
Left, to right-
Row l: Tony Sessoms, Bob Bennington, Weeks Parker, Stzinrivlcl lf'elt,on, Larry Brannon.
Row 2: Merle Brock, Bob Butler. Oliver Green.
FUTLRE TEACHERS GF AMERICA CLUB
Merle Buie Ruth Cole Virginia McQueen Millard Madsen Rosa Mae Bernstein
lm-sidmzf Vice-Presiclent Svrrclary 'l"rcasu,rm'
Row 2: Joanne Brown, Hilda Bullard, Betty Crowder, Lois Fleislmiznn, Katherine Holmes.
Row 3: Emma Hunter, Betsy Lawrence, Doris McMillan, Frances Torlrl, Mary Lu VVilliums.
I,ll!l1' Our l1l411fIl'1'fir1111l Eight
Row 1, Left to I'igh't: Weeks Parker, Fay Henderson, Bobby Hawkins,
Row 2, Left to right: Frances Dudley, Betty Baker, Fredglie-Smith, Freddie Leverette.
Row 3: Left to right. Marian Vann, Ritchie Smith, Frank Halniltfmnf 'katherine Conner, Billy Lowder.
Row 4, Left to right: Tony Sessoms, Ted Russ. Malcolm Bethune, Oliver Greene, Vivian Parker, Mereclith Tyson,
Richard Player, Merle Brock.
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WHAT'S THE USE!
'tThe piston P turns the flywheel W through the crankshaft S. The gear A drives the gear B
at the shaft K . . . "
"Excuse me please, could I get by?" a voice politely asks.
"Of course," you smile back, although you would like to have said something else.
You put your pencil in your mouth, your physics book under one elbow, your English book
under the other, your geometry book between two fingers, grasp your notebook with both hands
to avoid the loss of its contents, and rather slowly and shakily rise. You hold your breath while
the girl squirms by-Oh! she made it: Now you must sit down. This is usually done most
successfully by one fast plop into your seat. QExcept, of course, when you forgot your seat is
pushed back, then the result is too catastrophic to talk about.l
Once more you get situated in some awkward position which will enable half of you to serve
as student and the other half as desk.
You start reading, 'tThe piston P turns the flywheel W . . . D
t'Lend me a sheet of paper, please," says a voice at your right.
So you untangle, put pencil in mouth and search for a clean sheet of paper-just one left-
Oh well, go on and give it to her.
"Thank you." fsweetlyl
"You're welcome." Knot quite so sweetlyl
'ilimmie Hall, are you talking?" demands a voice from the front.
Just why teachers always call you down with a question no one knows. They never expect
an answer, so you just sink down in your seat and begin again.
"The piston P turns the flywheel W . . . "
Oh no! not that again! From behind the curtain a piano is heard arguing with the pianist.
The pianist is playing Bach, and from the sound of things, Bach is definitely losing. Then from
the back of the auditorium a horrible wail goes up-someone is taking a voice lesson. It sometimes
becomes very confusing when the pianist and the voice student are in a different key.
But you close your ears to all this and start again- "The piston P turns the flywheel W th
rough the crankshaft S . . . "
Oh darn! there goes your pencil. So, putting all your books down, you proceed to look for
it. Down on hands and knees you finally locate the pencil just a little out of your reach, as pen-
cils always seem to be when they are dropped.
"May I get by, please," you say to the boy who is in the way.
The obstacle doesn't move, so you try to crawl over him without knocking his teeth out. Again
you get down on hands and knees and grasp the pencil-Crash! your head bangs against the
seat. This causes you to say things which attract the teacher's attention.
'Jimmie Hall, I'm not going to speak to you again!"
You sneak back to your seat with nothing worse than a fractured skull and a hurt pride.
Again after a great deal of adjusting, you start reading "The piston P turns the flywheel W
through the crankshaft S . . . "
"Excuse me, please, may I get by?"
Oh heck, what's the use! Whoever expected an auditorium to be a study hall anyhow!
-J IMMIE HALL
Page One Hundred ami Fifteen
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Page One Hundred I1 nd S'i.L'tCerL
OUR BLESSING IN BRICK
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From an Interricw with Mr. lVlzite about the New Building
For years we have needed more rooms in F.H.S.3 we have needed special rooms to be used for
one purpose. Many of these rooms, thank goodness, are now in the making. The students attend-
ing the High School next year will have a blessing in brick-the new wing.
Speaking of special rooms, in the new wing we will have two Hrst aid rooms, a memeograph
room, a photography room, and a music and audio visual room. These badly needed first aid rooms
will provide a place for the sick student to rest and will supply the bandages and medicine needet
to treat minor injuries. The music and audio visual room will provide space for teaching music
and showing educational pictures, the memeograph room will give us space to keep printing sup-
plies and print our school bulletins without interfering with a regular class.
Some of the virtues of the new building are wider stairways, more window space, and the
most welcome of all, a study hall built to hold a hundred seventy-five students. The most unus-
ual feature is a passageway running directly between the large study hall and the librarv. This will
make it possbile for those students in the study hall who want to go to the library to go straight
there without going through the hall where they might disturb other classes.
All in all, there will be twelve new class rooms of varying sizes. Several are designed to
accommodate a class of twenty-tive. This, of course, will mean smaller classes and much less
crowded conditions than we have had in the past few years. Topping off all these new advant-
ages are two hundred new lockers and a new trophy case!
Next year's students will be the nrst to have the great privilege of using the new building-
and we know they will always remember that it is a privilege.
Puyn' Une llzlndrcrl and Swlwrltcfffz
President ............ ........................................,................................... ......,. B i lly Acker
Vice-President ....... ........................ H al Broadfoot
Invocation .......... ...... R everend Louis S. Gaines
Salutation ...... .................A...... T had Monroe
Valedictorian ...... ,,...... H elen Sherrill
Salutatorian .............r.,...,.... ................. T had Monroe
Presentation of Awards ..........,,...,,.,,,,,.,.,,,,.,,,.,.,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,.,..,,,,,,.,,,. Principal V. R. White
Oratorical Award ............o..i.i..........................................,..............,........ Sammy Downs
Debaters' Pins .... Virginia Ayers, Sybil Corbett, Pat Smith, Bedsole, Dudley Pendle-
ton, Rudolph Singleton i , Q
Choral Music Award .......... . ..........i.... ,.,.,.,,,,,,,..................................,. A nn Marie McGugan
Mathematics Award ,.....................................,..,.......,.......................,.................. John Kennedy
U.D.C. Award .... Quincy Scarborough, Ann Byrd McArthur, Pat Smith, Bettie Dougherty
D.A.R. History Award ......................,..,..,.,,,.,....,.,.,,,,.,,,.,,..,.,...,.,....,.......,...,,............. Pat Smith
D.A.R. Good Citizenship Award ........ ......., F rances Clark
Citizen Award CJunior Highl ..... .,.... W aide Parker
Latin Award ,............................ .......... ........ , , ,,,.. H elen Sherrill
"Reader's Digest" .... A......,....................... H elen Sherrill
"I Dare You Books" ..,... ........ H elen Sherrill, Thad Monroe
Jewel Box Award ...i....... ,....,,, H elen Sherrill, Thad Monroe
Band Service Award ..,............ ...... P aul Reichle, Ronald Britt
Band Achievement Award ,,.,..., ,....,...,.....,.. E rnest Plummer
Band Improvement Award ,,,,.,,,,,, ,,.. . ., Jimmie Jackson
Virginia Smith Riley Memorial ....... ...... V irginia Ayers
Commercial Award .................... ....i.. M ildred Ledford
Sportmanship Award ,,,,,,,. .,,,,,,. B ob Hamilton
Most Valuable Athlete ....,,..,...................i.......,.,.,,.....,i....................,......,............. David Sherrill
Senior Football Awards .... Doe Berry, Winifred Cheshire, John Kennedy, C. C. Howard,
Stedman Essay f'SeniorJ ........i...i..........,,...,.,..,........,......................... Mattie Frances Rainey
Stedman Essay fJuniorJ ..... ...... D udley Pendleton
Courtesy Cup ......,,.,......... .......... J oanne Britt
Auxiliary Cup .i........,........,..,..,..,,,,...,, .,.,,. ,.,..,,,., ...... C o a n Bell
Joel S. Snyder Scholarship fJunior Highl ........ ..,.. J ohn Clontz
Senior High Scholarship Award ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ...... S ybil Corbett
Guy Jones Memorial Cup ,.,,,.,,,,,,, ...... J fohn Kennedy
Carnegie Medal .,.....,.......... ........ B illy Wiggs
Service Cup ,,,,,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,, H elen Sherrill
Challenge Cup ..........,,.i.....,.,, .......,...... T had Monroe
Presentation of Diplomas ....... ..,...., D r. Robert M. Olive
Valedictory ......,.,............... ......... H elen Sherrill
Benediction ..................... ...... R ev. John Mauney
Page One Hundred and Eighteen
President ........... ..... B ob Hamilton
Vice-President .... ......... D avid Sherrill
Invocation ..,...... ...... D r. Samuel Howie
' ......... Nadya Arab
Valedictorian .......,.............l...... .......,.............,......... S ybil Corbett
Salutatorian ...... Q .............................,. ..................................... N adya Arab
Co-Editors-in-Chief of LaFamac ....... ......,.. S ybil Corbett, Rosalie Huske
Business Manager of LaFamac ...... .,.........................,........ P at Smith
Presentation of Awards .........,....... ....... P rincipal V. R. White
Oratorical Award ....,..... .............. S ybil Corbett
. Civitan Trophy ............... ....... S ybil Corbett
Senior Oratorical Cup ...................,,...........,..........,.........,........................ Anne Preston
Debaters Pins and Letters .......,..,..................,.,.........,........,........t................ Mattie Britt, Sybil
Corbett, Christine Manos, Dudley Pendleton, Quincy Scarborough, Rudolph Singleton
Choral Music Award ..........,.,.............................,...........,.................,............... Jeannine Burch
Music Award Uunior I-Iighl ,...... ........................................ A nn Thunberg
Mathematics Award ................ . i.......,........,....................... Louis Lauritzen
U. D. C. Awards ......,........... ,..,.. ....... B a rbara Underwood, Tommy Wooten
D. A. R. History Award ............,,....... ...............,.......,............ M ary Agnes Tola
D. A. R. Good Citizenship Award ....... ........................ S ybil Corbett
Citizenship Award Uunior Highl ...... ....... M ary Daniels MCRainey
' Pat Smith
Latin Award ........,..........i.................................. ,... ....... .................................
"Reader's Digest" ,.,...,,..,.,..,.,,.,..,,..,,..,.,,,....,..,.,,.....,.,,.................. Sybil Corbett, Nadya Arab
'fl Dare You" Books .......,...... Joanne Britt, Evelyn Champion, Anne Preston, Pat Smith
Jewel BOX Awards ,,,,,,,,...,..,,.,,,,....,,,,,,,,.....,,..,,,..,....,.........,........... Sybil Corbett, Nadya Arab
Band Improvement Award ..... ........................... A nnette Inge
Band Achievement Award ....... ............................ E dWHI'd Bass
Band Service AW3I'dS ---,-------. ...... R onald Jones, Liddell Adams
Commercial Award ..,...,., ..., ,,,,,,.,,,--,-,,,,,,,,,,,,- B o toy Bizzell
Sportsmanship Award .i..........,,. H ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, Jghnny Guibgn
Most Valuable Athlete Trophy ,,,,.... ,,,,,,, W illiam E, "Nub" Smith
Stedman Essay fSenior3 ....,,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, S yb11 Cgrbett
Stedman Essay Uuniorb .....,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,, S ammy Hope
COLIFUSSY Cup ...................................... ....,.. Yancey Robertson
Auxiliary Cup .......................,.,,....,.....,,...,. ,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,.,,,. P at Smith
Joel S. Snyder Award fJunior Highj l,,..,.,,,.,,. ,.
Senior High School Scholarship Award ,,,,,.,, ,.,,,,,, M erle Buie
Guy Jones Memorial Cup .,,,...,,.,,.,.,,,,,,,,.,, ,.,,.,, E dward Bags
Service Cup ........................ ,,,,,, A nn McCoy
Challenge Cup ........i........i.. .,.,.,,,,,,.,,,, B i11y Acker
Presentation of Diplomas ....,. .,,,, D r, Robert M, Olive
Valedictory ....................... ,..,,,,,.,, S ybil Corbett
B6H6dCitiO1'1 ...... ...... Dr. Louis Gaines
Page One Hundred and Nineteen
TH E BUSY B'S
Betsy Lawrence Bob Allen
Frislt row: unidentified, Rena Chesire, Bea Powers, unidentified, unidentified, unidentified, unidentified, unidentified,
Everett Morris, Mary Elizabeth James, unidentified, Christine Carter, unidentified, unidentified, unidentified
unidentified, unidentified, Peggy Poston, unidentified.
Second row: unidentified, unidentified, unidentified, Paul Webster, Bruce Turlington, unidentified, Christine Squires,
unidentified, J. C. Britt, unidentified, unidentified, unidentified. unidentified, unidentified. Delphine Frazee, un-
identified, Charles Hall, Christine Sawyer.
First row: Patsy Brooks, Frances Dudley, JoyNette Teague, Emily McKey, Marshall Crane, Buck Vest, Ruth Cole,
Barbara Pinkston, unidentified, Billy Strickland, Jimmie Jackson, Jimmie Hall: Leader, Betty Nance, Mar-
garet Strickland, Joan Bowden, unidentified, Hensdale Bramble, Keeter Barnes.
Second row: Gordon McNeill, Vveeks Parker, Billy Truelove, Myrtle Sessoms, Lois Ann Johnson, Clyde Caudell.
Third row: Barbara Hart, Jean Gowdy, Ray McLaurin. Jessie Hales, Walter Gecivias, unidentified, Frances Riddle
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First row: Betty Nell Faucette, Betty Ann NlcBryde, Nancy Gant. Katherine Holmes.
Second row: Hilda Bullard, Jimmy Maloney, unidentified, Ruth Olive
Third row: Aris Mursenov, Carolyn Benge, unidentified, Mickey Buckley.
Fourth row: Unidentified, Ann McCoy, Jeannette Monsour, Frank Kosterman.
Fifth row: unidentified, unidentified. Rebecca Lammey, Virginia Barbour. Pat McBennett.
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First row: Mary Lu VVillian1s, Bobby Glenn, Tommy VVooten, Josephine Hunter. Edward Niendorf, Carmon Snipes.
Second row: Dickie Young, Sally Ann Townsend, Billy Gilbert, Emma Hunter, Herbert Dowd, unidentified, Mary
Third row: Charles Allen, Virginia McQueen, Steve Worth, Ann Moore, Yancey Robertson, Sammy Hope, Frances
Williams, unidentified. I H , . . ,
Fourth row: Eleanor Maynor, Richard Pritchard, Robert Hubbard, unidentified, Miriam Hardee, Elsie Collins.
Fifth row: Reese Ayers. unidentified, unidentified, Evelyn Brantley, Billy Bob VVard, Edna Rogers, Miss Catherine
I'11yf' One I-Iurzrlrrrl lllllf 'FIUFHIU-O7ll'
FUGI-ITS OF PEGASUS
WHAT I WANT TO DO
I'd love to:
Go fishing-ain't got no worms
Go hunting--outa gun shells
Play cards-no cards
Ski-ain't no snow
Do my home work-left my books at school
Go see my girl-she's out with some one else
Shoot pool-under age
Go driving in the country-no car
Play my radio-tube's burned out
Shoot some basketball-basket fell down
Play some football-ba1l's busted
Go to sleep-too much noise I
Read the paper-somebody beat me to it
Drop dead-undertakerls on vacation
Cuss-might break a New Year's resolution
Fight-might git beat
Take a bath-have to heat the water
Write a letter-ain't got no stationery
Think of something to do-wouldnyt have writ
this in the first place if I could have done that!
NO PoET AM I
I tried to write a poem,
All the livelong day,
Wishing every minute,
I was out at play.
To make the words have rhyme,
very hard for me.
l'm really not a poet .
As anyone can see.
After eleven years of drudge,
We get our high school ring,
Then we jump and shout with joy
And triumphantly we sing.
t'Ye Old Market Housew which sits on top
Stands for our home town.
The pineapple proclaims to all
Hospitality without a frown.
The pine, the tree of our loved state,
And seal to make it finer,
Are on our ring to represent
Our grand ole North Carolina.
Our school building is also there,
In beauty it does shine
As through its door does stately file
The Class of '49.
Have you ever gazed up high?
Watched twinkling stars up in the sky'?,
Ever ridden a falling star,
Until your thoughts have strayed afar?
I've ridden the Milky Way Express to the moon
Gazed back at earth-watched lovers spoon.
I've traveled to Venus, Pluto, Mars-
Oh! How exciting are these stars!
Page One Himrl'1'ecl and 'Puimity-Two
The setting of the sun in the evening summer
Is ogt a scene of beauty great that delights the
I love to sit and watch the glorious colors
change their hue,
Yellow, then orange, to golden, softly fading
into the blue.
All around me the ground is spread
With a blanket of leaves all yellow, brown and
The last summer fiowers are slowly dying away,
And the oak is dropping acorns among the
squirrels at play.
Across the radiant sky a flock of birds in flight
Are winding their way to a warmer living site.
f'Dear God, I thank thee for this beautiful
earth," I pray,
Just as the horizon covers the sun's last ray.
FROM MY WINDOW
From my window I can see
Thipgs that quite appeal to me,
Tulips, pansies, daffodils,
Candyturft, and primrose frills.
From the birdbath I can hear
Robins singing sweet and clear,
Redbirds, bluejays, thrushes, too,
Singing all the morning through.
Fragrance on the gentle breeze,
Wafts among the dogwood trees,
All these bring me springtime cheer,
From my window every year.
-MARY LU WILLIAMS
MY CURLY HEADED BROTHER
Not so very long ago
A new arrival came,
And since his first appearance,
Our home is not the same.
He brought unbounded happiness,
Along with sheer delight.
To see my mother play with him,
ls quite a pleasant sight.
At times he seems a lot of care,
But-so is any other,
I would not trade for anything
My curly headed brother.
WITH APOLOGIES TO LEIGH HUNT
Abu Ben Hari fmay his A's increaselb
Awoke in class from a deep dream of peace
And heard the teacher CChinnisJ as he roared
'For the third time, Hari, to the board!"
QThe other two times, Hari had just snoredj
So to the irate teacher he replied
t'What did you say?" The teacher nearly cried.
However, he soon controlled himself and took
And Chorror of horrorsb wrote something in
Thus it happened, whether for worst or best,
Lower was Hari's grade than all the rest.
-ABU BEN HARI BEN HIKKI
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Page One Hundred and Twenty-Six
Page One Hundred arm! Twenty-Seven
1. March 19,
GONE BUT NOT FCRGOTTEN
2. May 7, 1948 ..-.
3. June 3, 1948 -------
4. September 16, 1948--
18, 1948 --.-
28, 1948 --
10. January 29, 1949 ----
14. March 1 1,
16. March 18,
2, 3, 4, 1949---
18, 1949 ---
- -f'Miss F. H. S." Contest
- - - - - - - Jimior-S fmior
- - - - - Commencement
- - - - - - -First Day of School
----Sadie Hawkins Day Dance
- - - - - - - - - - - -State Championship Game
Key Club Football Appreciation Dance
---------------Teen-Age Club Formal
-----------The Snow Ball
- - -HMarcl1 of Dimes" Dance
- - - - - - - -Mid-term Exams
--------------Tommy Dorsey Dance
------Teacher-Key Club Basketball Game
----Senior Play--HAnd Came the Spring"
28, March 1, 1949-0 ------ lnterdenominational Youth Rally
1949 -------- ------- -----,--,-------,-,------------- ---...------..------- ' ' M iss F. H. S. Contest
Page One Hundred and Twenty-Eighi
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Page One Hundred and Thirty
Wad! 7a 'Me !
MR. WILLIAM EDWARD DOLE
A man whom boys respect, admire, and loveg a coach whom
all do trust and whose sportsmanship, Hrrnness, and optimism
have changed untrained, irresponsible boys into men of self-con-
trol and responsibility: a friend, kind and sincereg an inHuence
for good among men and women, boys and girls wherever he is
foundg a cultured leader, and a Christian gentleman-To Mr.
Dole, our coach for three happy years,
Om Wanaka Scdate!
Page Ona Hundred and Thirty-One
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Page One Hundred and Thirty-Two
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N. C. AA CHAMPIONS
Row 1, Left to right: Eugene Johnson, Pete Theofield, Leon Dale, Howard Cheshire, Cary Fisher,
Lee Smith, Frank Berry, Vann Seawell.
Row 2: Harold Jernigan, Jim Jackson, Wesley Smithman, Bob Martin, Cedric Jernigan QC-CJ,
Bill Kennedy, Hervy Averette, Eugene Wilson, Dave Butler QC-CJ, Paul McArthur.
Row 3: Coach Bill Dole, Coach Roy Warren, Coach Charles Clements, Ray Green, J. C. Britt, George
Biggs, Clinton Bertschi, Bill Strickland, Mgrs. Yancey Robertson, Wilburn Scruggs, Freddie
14 Mount Airy 0
41 Charlotte 7
35 Siler City 0
55 Dunn 0
32 Goldsboro 0
27 Rocky Mount 0
35 Durham 7
35 Wilson 0
38 Raleigh 6
34 Wilmington 0
14 Burlington 13
Page One Hundred and Thirty-Four
"B" FOGTBALL SQUAD
Row 1 Left to right: Liddell Adams, Ray Cheshire, Bruce McDaniel, Pete Mentis, Warren Schaef-
fer Gene Rogers, George Tomason, George Duke, R n, Figi Marion.
Row 2: Pat Chandler, Bruce Peele, Joe Smith, J. D, Bradford, Oliver Green, Frank Gutherie, Bobby
Theofield, Hensdale Bramble, Jack Ray, Bobby Strickland.
Row 3: Coach Roy Warren, Jimmy Jernigan, Bobby McMillan, Jimmy Lewis, Jimmy Hubbard,
Charles Threat, Alex Sanders, Nick Kanos, Charles Beatty, Frank Shaw, Charles Rankin,
Buddy Green, Tommy McCoy, Mgr. Owen Cook.
"B" Teom Scores
32 Hope Mills 7
0 Goldsboro "B" 26
O Stedman 26
G Massey Hill HB" 23
Page One Humlrcd and Thirty-Five
VARSITY BASKETBALL g
Row 1, Left to right: George Biggs, Drexel XVheeler, Ray Green, J. C. Britt, Dave Butler, Frank
Row 2: Coach Bill Dole, Paul McArthur, Buddy Green. XVilhurn Scruggs, Lewis Allen, John
Blackwell, Cary Fisher, Jimmie Jackson, Mgr.
26 Goldsboro 42
27 Raleigh 36
51 Wilson 48
44 Rocky Mount 32
36 Durham 54
30 Wilmington 46
47 Goldsboro 39
46 NVilson 58
37 Rocky Mount 51
35 Broughton 53
37 Durham 51
49 Wilmington 62
33 Broughton 45
39 Raleigh 49
Page Om' HIll1ll7'l'flUIlIl Tlzirly-Six
"B" BASKETBALL SQUAD
Row 1, Left to right: Theodore Harris, Jimmy Hall, Ray Vincoli, Eugene Rogers, Corky Gaines.
Row 2: Billy XVebb. Chris Alex, Put Chandler, Bobby Strickland, Fharles Rankin.
Row 3: Tommy Mc-Coy, Shady Herring, Leroy Riggleman, Frank Shaw, George I-lerdon. Mgr. Ray
27 Goldsboro 21
17 Raleigh 36
34 VVilson 40
24 Rocky Mount -11
28 Durham 239
41 Wilmington 2153
36 Goldsboro -133
29 XVilson 332
43 Rocky Mount 231
'32 Broughton 230
FOAFH CHARLES 36 Durham 235
UAMIENTS 31 XVilmington 51
45 Broughton 415
47 Raleigh 44
32 Stedman 31
38 Seventy-First 37
Page One Ilzmrlrvfl and Thirty-S4'L'en
Row 1, Left to right: Bill Kennedy, Ronnie Paterson, Yancey Robertson, Able Williams Nub Smith
Row 2: Frank Berry, Howard Cheshire, Johnny Guiton, Coach Charles Clements Cary Fisher
Harold Peterson, Eugene Johnson.
Page One Hundred and Thirty-Eight
Raleigh l 16
Rocky Mount 16
Rocky Mount S
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Row 1, Left to right: Millard Madsen, John Oates, John Bradish, Jimmx
Row 2: Richard Taylor, Owen Cook, Jimmy McRae, 'Bobby Holmes, Coach
Not Pictured: Peter Worden, Herbert Callahan, John White.
DUAL MEET SCORES
22 Wilmington 45
32 Wilmington 35
19 Raleigh 47
STATE M E ET
Page Une Hufnzlred and Thirty-Nine
Frances Todd Jean Gowdy Mary Howard Franck
Vice-Pwsiclent Prcsirlent Sf'f?7'6lfl'l'jIj and Treasurev'
Pagf Ovw Hzmdrpd and Forty u
"Work ond Ploy with G. A. A."
The Girls' Athletic Association is composed of girls in school who are interested
in after-school sports. This group is now il inenilmer of the state G. A. A. Following
the point system used hy the state. two hundred points must he earned before ai
girl is eligible for at school letter. Besides sports, the girls sponsored the Thanks-
giving chzipel program. ily this it large quantity of food was 4-ollevted for needy
Prine Um Hznidrcfl and Forly-One
THE JUNIOR VARSITY
The band it played, the drums did clash,
And round left end the halfback dashed.
The tackles divedg the guards did Hghtg
And the halfback ran with all his might.
From the ten to the twenty he couldn't be stopped,
But the center got him and the ball he dropped.
One back, two backs, four backs, too,
Fell on the ball as the whistle blew.
Two knocked out and one was dead.
The referee stood and scratched his head.
The three were quickly carried off.
Quoted the coach, "They're just too soft."
The game progressedg the team decreased.
Off went. the hearse with the deceased.
The coach just didn't know what to do-
He sent in the manager and the waterboy, too,
But the waterboy wasn't so very brave-
He crawled under the bleachers, and the coach did rave.
The remaining four were carried outg
The cheerleaders did cheer and shout.
The team was gone: the subs the same,
Only the center was still in the game.
Someone must enter the game-but who?
The five cheerleaders will have to do.
Five went in, and four came out,
About the fifth there's still some doubt.
The game was lost 94 to 5-
Only the coach was left alive!
To these gallant few a monument stands
Raised by money from the football fans.
-Jimmy VANSTQRY, CLASS or '51
FIGHT FOR THE BULLDOGS
To The Tune of TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALL GAME
Fight, fight, fight for the Bulldogs!
They wear red, white, and blue.
They pass and they kick and they run the ballg
They'll play their hearts out before they fallg
So it's fight, fight, ight for the Bulldogs!
They play just like Notre Dame.
Oh, it's Hrst and ten, and six points we win
At the ole ball game.
-ADo1,P1-:Us BERRY, CLASS OF l52
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7:45 A.M. - 3:06 P. M.
Aw shucks! There goes 'that old alarm clock
again. If only I could catch a few more Winks!
This couldn't be Saturday-eecould it? No. Slowly
trudging to the chair where my clothes are laid,
I begin dressing. One sock goes on-zzzzzzz-
One shoe goes on this foot--zzzzz. With much
difficulty I manage to make myself presentable
-half way. Groping my way down the stairs. I
finally make my place at the breakfast table.
"I'm awake, Mother-what 8:20 already? Quick,
pass the sugar-never mind I don't have time
to wait-a piece of toast-quick-milk-eggs-g-gulgy
Now to catch the bus-I do hope Jim is on the
bus. I just couldn't get those last three problems."
Catching the bus in a Ilayzwoad fashion I am
whisked away to school. Running as fast as pos-
sible II could've won the Olympic Marathon theny
I reach 'the room just before the tardy bell rings.
All through lst period I seem to be day-dreaming.
Fortunately the 'teacher asks me no questions.
As I'm on my way to 2nd period Math I see
a very smart student's homework paper which is
marked 100, so I run lto my class and copy the
last three problems and correct my others. When
the papers are graded I get 100, but Miss Bass
doesn't take the grades. 1Everytime I make a
good passing grade she never takes grades, but
when I make 60 she never failsy Just when 31-d
period begins everybody's stomach get so empty!
So 1t's a jolly bunch of boys who run Cestimated
speed, 100 m.p.h.J to the lunchroom. After every-
body has eaten his share of grub we return fun'
willingly? to school. During study hall everybody
tells jokes, and laughs and snickers fill the air,
which annoys the fteachers no end. The most
popular expression is, i'When is that old bell
going to ring? 5th and 6th periods find everybody
taking a Siesta. When the 3:05 bell rings every-
body gives a sigh of relief, and by 3:06 the build-
ing is practically empty until 'the next morning
at 8:40. So it is 5 days a week and 180 days a
What Education Means To Me
As I look on the pages of time
Throughthe scrapbook pictures and things that
From the past in these things I see
What my education means to mc:
I sometimes wonder how it would be
Never to study or think or see
The great things in life
VVhich are taughlt to me.
I think of myself and wonder how
It would be never to wrinkle my brow
To study what great men have done
Or study the moon or stars or sun.
My education is greater by far
Than riches, glory, or fame of a star
I'd rather be like Solomom of old
And ask for Wisdom instead of gold.
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Junior High School Teachers
Row 1: Mildred Crawley, Myrtle Buss, Marnie Gray, Melba Lee Strickland, Mildred Kelly.
Row 2: Betsy Modlin, Fan R. Stewart, Ruth Johnson, Neill Bullock, Coach Clements, Selma John
son Myrtie Hunter, Frances P. Weaver.
Page One Hundred and Forty-Five
8-l Mrs. Hunter, Teacher K
Row 1: Shirley Jean Batten, Gloria Bass, Margaret Bottoms, Libby Beal, Betty Jean Bland, Mm-y
Lee Breece, Dorothy Averette, Betty Jane Acker, Lacy Black.
Row 2: Joan Bennett, Jack Beathea, Faye Bullard, Betty .lean Blackman, Martha .lean Allen, James
Row 3: Janice Byrd, Nellie Allcn. Beth Bowen. Oscar Berry, Leonard Black. Ilohhy Brown.
Row 4: Mrs. Hunter. Vorhin Allen, Neill Bain, Claudia Britt. Reese Bullard, Erma Acker.
8-2 Mrs. Stewart, Teacher
Row l: Erma Dance, Nancy Callahan, Shirley Dale, Kay Fish, Claudette Downing. Edward Ed-
wards, Woodartl Crumpler, Jim Econornou.
Row 2: Ann Davis, Sylvia Edwards, Patsy Derrick, Jean Farzee, Elaine Clemmons, Betty Fisher,
Shirley Downing, Martha Ellis, Archie Fields.
Row 3: Geneva Clements. Mrs. Stewart, Don Carroll, Johnny Cranwell, Eddie Lee Davis, Eddie
Callahan, Jimmy Chestnut, Tommy Crawley.
Row 4: J. L. Dawkins, Jr., Jack Francisco.
Page One Hundred and Forty-Sir
8-3 Miss Crawley, Teacher
Row 1: Priscilla Gary, Alfred Horne, Bobby Johnson, Henry Hammond, Margaret Griflin, Margie
Ham, Melba Johnson, Elaine Godwin, Joe Hollinshed.
Row 2: Melba Jean Gordon, Helen Jackson, Betty Graham, Christine Hardison, Virginia Gladden,
Nancy Howell, Joan Gibson, Retha Jernigan, Shirley Helms, Morgan Hale.
Row 3: Charles Gruby, Ann Godwin, Patricia Hall, Don Grey, Farolyn Johnson, Joan Hall, Bettie
How -I: Miss Crawley, Richard Johnston, Theodore Harris. Richards Holcomb, Billy Lowder.
8-4 Miss Strickland, Teacher
Row 1: David McLeod, Millie Sports, Geraldine Lawrence, Irene Stone, Ann Nimocks. Alice Ann
Miller, Beverly McCraney, Bill Owen, Ruby Mac Bagan.
Row 2: Marilyn McCloud, Irene Mull, Allen McLaurin, XVilliam McKee, Dennis Lynch, Duncan
Owen, Joyce Melvin,
Row 3: Mary Owen, Betty Lou Nunnery, Patsy Peoples, Mary Lewis, Mary Alice Royal, Patty
Maxwell, Mary Oates, Patsy McDaniel.
Row 4: Miss Strickland, Carolyn Martin, Charles McLamb, Bobby Ozment. Burl Lasseter, Virginia
Page One Hundred and Forty-Seven
8-5 Miss Selma Johnson, Teocher
Row 1: Bobby Phillips, Eddie Pridgen, Tommy Srickland, Bobby Page, Jean Stone, Peggy Smith,
Faye Plummer, L. E. Reaves, Donald McDaniel.
Row 2: Charles Starnes, Buddy Masters, Thomas Riley, Gene Simmons, Joe Mintz, Charles Sanders,
Marcus Scruggs, Brooks Sullivan,
Row 3: Patsy Smithman, Martha Rhodes, Jane Robinson, Betty Ann Pollock, Jeanette Ponton,
Tommy Sessoms, Tommy Stanton.
Row 4: Miss Johnson, Ronnie Sanders, Johnny Sappington. Alonzo Mayo, Jimmy Morris.
8-6 Miss Kelly, Teocher
Row l: Toaksie Tucker, Marilyn Weeks, Edith Van Landingham, lrene Thompson, Margaret Yates,
Shirley Wood, Bobby Vifilkins, Orbia Wilton, Byron VVilliams.
Row 2: Ann Viforrel, Ellen Vtfainwright, Betty Lou Weaver, Billy W'atson, Billy Whitehead, Joyce
Turlington, Shirley Young, Max W'illiams.
Row 3: Mary Turner, Joyce XVolfe, Frances XVhitney, Sylvia Thomas, Roy XVilton, Bobby Thornton,
J. P. XVilliams.
Row 4: Miss Kelly.
Page O11 G Hundred. and Forty-Eigltt
7-l Miss Bullock, Teacher
Row l: Gayle Apple, Ann Burton, Antifaye Brown. Bobby Brown, Mary Brown, Jimmy Bryan,
Carey Ayers, Charlotte Callahan.
Row 2: Clara Bradshaw, Franklin Atkinson, Hugh Burton, Julia Acker, Barbara Adams, Eddie
Allen, Janice Blount, Virginia Blount.
Row 3: Ruth Bordeaux, Sarah Butler, Bill Brinkley, Runelle Adams, Glenda Bell, Herbert Bull-
ard, Elbert Brady, Miss Bullock.
7-2 Miss Modliri, Teocher
Row 1: Bill Frazee, Joel Fleilnnan, Farrell Council. .Io Graves, Joan Cullmreth, Toni Darden, Eliza-
beth Ann Galloway, Eddie Dunn. Mary Ellen Edge.
Row 2: Mickey Gardner, Nancy Cook, John Currie. Kay Felton, l,aVerne Godwin, Betty Gray
Davis, Charles Cottingham, George Grant.
Row 3: Billy Faueette, Tildon Downing, Charles Fox, George Davis, Ann Eller, Martha Fasul,
Dick Fitchette, Jerry Creech.
Row -iz Shirley Jean Finney. Peggy Fox. Billy Fuller, Oscar Green. Miss Modlin.
Faye' Une' fflUllII'l'l1lIIllf l"m'ly-Nirif'
7-3 Mrs. Weaver, Teacher
Row 1: Alice Harris, Sylvia Hall, Peggy Horne, Jean Hon, Kay Hedrick, Stanley Grirlin, Johnny
Howell, Bucky Helms, Asa Hall, Bill Guy.
Row 2: Pat Hall, Jean Helms, Sara Johnson, Carolyn Huff, Margretta Hoocl, Rebecca Grimsley,
James Hales, Donald Harris, Jasper Holcler.
Row 3: Reba Hankins, Sylvia Holmes, Janie Jernigan, Bobby Johnson, Duke Haynie, Ray Haynes.
Row 4: Mrs. VVeaVer, James lngram.
7-4 Mr. C. A. Clements, Teocher
Row 1: Robert Kozma, Jimmy Maultsby, Betty Jean Newell, Alex McQueen, Jackie Lowcler, Har-
old Kisler, Harriet Sue Malkin, Betty Ann Lynch, Peggy Matthews.
Row 2: Jackie McDaniels, Jerry McDaniels, Carolyn Jones, John McCorquo Dale, Jimmy Norman,
Mattie Frances Jones, NVally McCaskill, Chris Kanos.
Row 3: Janet Lewis, Gayle Norman, Barbara Lockamy, Doris Moore, Robert Kirkendall, Betsy
MacRae, Wayne Lewis.
Row 4: Ernest Mutzberg, Keith VVorth, Larry Langdon, Coach Clements.
Page One Hundred and Fifty
7-5 Miss Ruth Johnson, Teacher
Row l: Ted lV'iLllilll'lQI', Gwendolyn Palmer, liill Parks, Sig Robeson, Lewis Smith, Flifton Parker,
Merel Pearson, Fay Watts, Della Smith.
Row 2: Glenda Shaw, Ann Smith, John Shaw, Shirley Parker, Betty Lou Respess, Carol Oates,
Betsy Reinet-ke, Bobby Saunders.
Row 3: Frankie Robertson. Thruman Peele, Johnny Sinodis. Donald Sherrill, Shirley Robinson,
Row -li Miss Johnson.
7-6 Miss Boss, Teocher
How 1: Allen Woodham, Edith Woods, Juanita Williams, .loe Webster, David VVright, Linda Merle
Williams, Frances Snipes. Eddie XVeeks,
Row 2: Mary Elizabeth Straughn, Frances Taylor, Sylvia Strickland, Richard Taylor, Jerry Turner,
Paris Thorpe, Lois Volrath, Hobert Woodham, Gerald XVaitman.
Row 3: Sue Williams. James Vlasak, Jay Swartz, Maurice Taylor, John NVeaver, Dickey Surles,
Row 4: Miss Hass.
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BULL PUP STAFF
Row 1: Betsy MacRae, Toaksie Tucker, Alice Miller, Harriet Malkin, Bobby Wilkins, L. lil. Reaves,
ROWCZ: Johnny Raper, Allen McLauren, Bobby Thorton, Marcus Scruggs, Dickie Surles, John
Row 3: Martha Jean Allen, Patsy McDaniel, Joyce Turlington, Patsy Smithman, Larry Langdon,
Row 4: Mrs. Hunter, sponsor, Jeanette Ponton, Mary Oates, J. L. Dawkins, Oscar Green.
SAF ETY PAT ROL
Row 1: Ronald Harris, Ted Plummer, Virginia Blount, Toaksie Tucker, Patsy McDaniel, Della
Smith, Linda Merle Williams, Duncan Owen, Bobby Williins, Capt.
Row 2: Clifton Parker, Mary Oates, Patty Maxwell, Jeanette Ponton, Sylvia Holmes, Carol Oates,
Reba Hankins, John Currie.
Row 3: t'Buck" Jones, Thurman Peele, Eddie Callahan, Claudie Britt, J. L. Dawkins, Jr., Allen
McLaurin, Jerry Turner.
Row 4: Miss Gray, Sponsor.
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Row 1: Alfred Horne, Bobby Phillips, Bill Owen, Grobia Wilton, Archie Fields, Jim Economou.
L. E. Reaves, Bobby Wilkins, Donald McDaniel.
Row 2: Byron Williams, Woodard Crumpler, J.L. Dawkins, Jr., Don Grey, Gene Simmons, Joe
Hollinshed, Duncan Owen, Tommy Stanton, Lacy Black.
Row 3: Eddie Pridgen, Eddie Callahan. Roy Wilton, Morgan Hale, Marcus Scruggs, Leonard Black,
Row 4: Miss Gray, .sponsorx Bobby Oznient.
Row 1: Shirley Batten, Peggy Ann Smith. Betty Jean Bland, Nancy Callahan, Charlotte Callahan,
Kay Hedrick, Ann Burton.
Bow 2: Bobby Phillips. Charles Suggs, J. P. Williams, Douglas Turner, Dick Fitchette, Mrs. Wea-
Row 3: Geraldine Lawrence, Faye Bullard, Margaret Bottoms, Jessie Wallace, Ann Worrell, Janie
Jernigan. Rebecca Grimsley. Claudette Downing.
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So Dressed Up!
The Ofliee Force
He won the Jr. High Piano
The Long and the Short of Jr.
I beat my Big Brother
Keeping the Gym clean
Running off H'l'he Bull Pup."
Another Jr. High contestant
HSee No Evil, Hear No Evil,
Speak No Evil?
Bull Pup Editors-in-Chief
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WVho Is the Big Chief?
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One of the Pyramids
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We got out new movie machine
Working in the Library.
COLLEGE CENTER STUDENT ROSTER
FAYETTEVILLE COLLEGE CENTER
Fayetteville college center, a branch of the Greater University of North Carolina, this month
closes its third year of operation. Originally designed to serve needs of armed service veterans
and others who could not be accommodated at college campuses immediately, the Fayetteville
freshman center now has in attendance a number of ofiicers and men at Fort Bragg and Pope Air
Base as well as their wives and other civilians.
The centers offers courses for a complete credit year of freshman work in addition to some
sophomore studies. Credits earned here are recognized at any college or university in North
Carolina. Alumni of the center have done distinguished work at other institutions.
Classes are held in the High School building five nights a week from 6:30 o'clock through
9:45 o'clock. Courses offered this year were College Algebra, beginning and advanced, Freshman
Spanish, Trigonometry, Freshman Rhetoric and Composition, Biology, Social Science, World His-
tory, United States History beginning, and English Literature beginning, the last-named two be-
ing Sophomore courses.
V. R. White, principal, is director of the center. lnstructors this year are Mrs. Ruth T. White,
Mrs. Marion B. Corbett, Miss Madeline Price, Harry W. Hickey, and NV. H. Davis.
Bond, Ralph J.
Brooks, Edwin E.
Casey, Lionel J.
Fansler, H. L.
Rhodes, J. F.
Riley, E. F.
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The Staff of the 1949 LaFczmac would like to thank the merchants of
Fayetteville who have graciously given their support to us in the
presentation of this yearbook. Since, Without their backing, it would
have been impossible for us to publish this the twenty-eighth LaFamac,
We urge all our readers to patronize the business men and women who
are our friends.
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Fayetteville, N. C.
GOO DS CO.
534 Hoy Street
Fayetteville, N. C.
CITY OPTICAL COMPANY
Wilmington - Fayetteville
304 Hay St.
Fayetteville, N. C.
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Compliments of COLONY
THE CAROLINA MUSIC
The "Show" Places
114 Anderson Street FAYETTEVILLE
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Fayetteville, N. C.
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HAY STREET BARBER DIAMONDS - WATCHES
Gifts for the Graduate
505 Hay Street 110 Hay st. Dial 2505
HOUSE OF FLOWERS
"Flowers for all Occasions"
109 Green St.
Dial 5117 or 5118 HARDWARE
HAMOUNT MARKET FAYETTEVILLE
Groceries -- Quality Meats
Phones 3125 Si 3126
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BOYD 5 CAMERA SHOP ,THE FINEST
Photo Finishing and Cameras HAMBURGERS
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Resources Over Two and One Half
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Thomas A. Hood .......,.............. Cashier
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Commercial and Industrial Banking
Service Consistent With Every Phase
of Sound Banking
Member of Federal Deposit
J. A. DAVIS 84 CO.
Fancy Meats and Groceries
915 Hay Street
Fayetteville, N. C.
THE DO-N UT SHOP
115 Donaldson St.
Across from Bus Station
7 Varieties Do-Nuts
Hotdogs 85 Best Coffee in Town
Open 24 Hours Daily
BUILDING 84 LOAN
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Bott! ing Compony
Fayetteville, N. C.
129 GILLESPIE STREET
Phone 2080 and 5165
WALLACE NASH THE VOGUE
431-33 VVest Russell St. wi?
Fayetteville, N. C.
Sales and Service
108 Person Street
AT THE MARKET SQUARE
Fayetteville, N. C.
THE POINT NEWS
Sandwiches, Sodas, Sundaes
318 HAY STREET
THE TRADING POST
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WARD Local and Long Distance
FAYETTEVILLE phone 2194
Fayetteville, N. C.
WESTERN AUTQ FAYETTEVILLE
AUTO FIX UP NEEDS of
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BIG FAYETTEVILLE STORE
ROEBUCK 84 CO.
Wholesale 85 Retail
325 Hay Street 420 HAY ST.
Fayetteville, North Carolina DIAL 6171
For Complete Laundry, C0mPlimf2HfS
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545 HAY STREET
Fayetteville, N. C.
"The Cream of the County"
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Compliments of DIAL 5575
"The Home of Fine Things" Compliments
21 1 Hoy St. of
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Fayetteville, N. C.
TIP TOP MARKET
1212 Ft. Bragg Rd.
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M. 81 O. CHEVROLET CO,
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443 Franklin St.
Printers - Stationers
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114 Gillespie St.
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444 Franklin St.
3552 Fayetteville, N. C.
MARR PAINT 81
BODY AND FENDER REPAIRS
Fort Bragg Rd.
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WALKER'S TIRE SERVICE
FIRESTONE and U.S. ROYAL
435 Russell St. Phone 2210
Wheatley Mtrs., Inc
LINCOLN ond MERCURY
Address - 419 Russell St.
FANCY GROCERIES MATTHEWS
FRESH MEATS PHARMACY
Gnd PRODUCE 427 Hay Street
MARKET SQUARE WOOLWORTH
Five 81 Ten Cent Stores
118 Gillespie Phone 3747 CONGRATULATIONS
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SHOP AT PENNEY'S
Fayetteville, N. C.
208 Hay Street
Fayetteville, N. C.
Congratulations Class of '49
"WE SERVE THE BEST"
129 Maxwell St. Phone 2209
of Congratulations Graduates
139 Gillespie Street
Fayetteville, N. C. PLYMOUTH
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Fayetteville, N. C.
Fayetteville, N. C.
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119 PERSON STREET
Best Wishes To
THE CLASS OF '49
S. H. KRESS 8c CO.
YOUR SCHOOL SUPPLIES
Frank R. Bailey JERNIGANIS
Motor Company BGDY SI-IGP
443 FRANKLIN STREET
321 Alexander Street
DR. J. A. KOSTERMAN
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200 Cumberland Street
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Dial 3007 Fayetteville, N. C.
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330 Worth St. Dial 4850
THE TOWN SHOP
121 Anderson St.
COATS - SUITS - DRESSES
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126 Maxwell St. Phone 3410
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CLEANERS 84 HATTERS
Fayetteville, N. C.
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"STANDARD BRANDS AT STANDARD PRICESU
FAYETTEVILLE, N. C.
131 Hay Street
S. W. TOMLINSON CO.
Insurance of all Kinds
No. 5 NE. Market Square
Cleaning 8. Dye Works
"Our Proposition Is
A Clean One"
122 Maxwell St.
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THE SMITH PLUMBING Comphmsems
PLUMBING AND HEATING
Fayetteville, N. C.
Di-al 2012 410 Franklin St.
RAY SERVICE STATION
REAVES DRUG STORE
240 Hay Street
Fayetteville, N. C.
P. K. FOOD STORE
FANCY GROCERIES Sl
306 Hay Street
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B. F. GOODRICH STOR S Foyetteville Millwork
Tires - Batteries - Radios Company
Auto Accessories All Kinds of Special Millwork
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215 Williams Street
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THE STAFF AND THE COINIPANY, VVILL DEVELOP IN THE
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