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

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FGVefteville, orth Cfiirifimm ,X . r if if if E 5' 2 KW ab- gcumbefxfmd MMR kg Q 1 S 02 if 1- wi w X is A bg ,wb 3 2 E a 4a 1cz?awmc CN GJ" S G YS 'Zo 5 6 if 3 Lf P 5 9 ,fx xf 'VA 0 O C58 Q9 DXL L El8.78HX NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY VOLUME XXIX Pllllffjfl 1f f 1 by mf SENIOR CLASS Fayetteville High School Fayetteville, North Carolina SCHOOL OFFICIALS Supcriiitcmlciit of City Schools ,,,, .. . ,,77 ...hh l-lomce Sislx Principal ol Senior and Iunior High Schools .. ,,,,, Hhfli V R Xxllllllfi Builnliug Principal of liiiiioi' High School . .. ,,.c,. Bliss Nlamic Grax BOARD OE TRUSTEES Dr. R. Fil. Olive, Cluzzrnzmz Klr. Horncc Sislx, Sccrvtm'y hlis. Allie Atlaiiisoii fXli'. Rupert E. Pmlluirl Blix Neill A. Cu i'1' ie, Blix Econ Elcislimaii Mr. G. L. Grilliu Dr. Xl. Hairy ii-. Rh: XV. Hcusclnlc Klr. Srcphcn Lg iiii hart Klrs. XV. H. Xlnrsh Klr. S. fXIcNcill Xlr. VV. V. Vfillinmson TI'CLliLll'Cl' ol School Euiiclsz hh: Paul Stewart Klaintcimiicez Klr. D. C. Inclasou THE 1950 LAEAINIAC Com'ic1oii'I' 1950 Gnu' BULLOCK Eclitoi' in Chic-f Scorr Russ Puusiiicas Nlaiizig i Louisia Biuxcx Faculty Advisor TABLE OF CONTENTS SENIQRS 1 11 15 IUNIORS 11 TTTTTT 11 57 UNDERCLASSMEN TTTTTTTT 67 ACTIVITIES 11 75 FEATURES 1 1 1 1 115 SPORTS 1 1 11 1 1 11127 IUNIOR HIGH 111111 11 1 111139 0 P ll ig 0551 S Pllfll' Fnur POEM 011. .Yf7L'L'lI, Wm. lL'l71llL"LL'UIgL'll, sflifl nf HIIIZU, Off, xjwmf V011 to the 5011 Svmm' ntffvr Jay, wma offwf liz1'u, mmf fuck Again for mfg' Coma bfzcfc zuftff aff flu' 11zufzzm'iu.v, flu' joyy Kzmf Uwz tlwu Imiu, luaf till? mc to flu' gofffcu flzffx of ffigll xcffoof mzcv flgfzjfzf' , , Q- , r ' 'i -W 'YQ' A, , ,Q A f+iw..4::a:1-aw -ex-v .- . L , -I-x.' 1- ' 'EYES ' -M . ,g ' ' ' . I , . A J , .., in , a , A ' " - K 1 ,f Q , 'x 1 F. V V ' 'A 'V -1:3 Hx ,i'.,?'?7 ' - L ' fy . . f 'fl ' wi ' i ff g V gf 2 f 1 bf f - , ..,, - f' 'fn g,,..-gg , I, '- em-A , F f , ., A "" "" I "" ,, 5 H 1-L J' K ,2x,,,,-,X - VA I-:Ll . A . A. if . ,wwf ,wc - 1 ' , ff' ff.-2.-.-"" X ' - 'wiffl 3-4 V: E , .35 .. JW- . 13" 1 r 5 nav ' 51 1' Q' ez:-ffiggf , s t i fi?-W X , I The iiucwr Wi11Q',U as it has come to be known around liavetteville High, represents the fulfillment of the desires of both the students and teachers. lts completion shortlv before the school year be- gan niarlaed an end to the crowded conditions that had previouslv existed and had grown worse each VCZIII One ol the most pressing problems was a lack of space for stndv hallsg so a room capable ol eoinfortablv accommodating one hundred seventv-live students was included in the addition of twelve classrooms. Also constructed were a girls' locker room, modern drinking facilities, wider stairwavs, and a host of other modern convenien:es. Xve, the Class of 1950, feel it a great honor to be the First graduating class to receive the bene- fits of this new addition to our sehoolg therefore, we wish to extend our gratitude to our school hoard and to the people of the toinninnitv who have realized our needs and have made Possible its construction. lltlflf' Sim Bvhiraiinn 11176 know that we often tht not ,vhuw our imc 5e11t1111e'11t.v 111z1ffeefi11gs to thoxe who have i'776tIIIZ' the i7'10,vl' to 115 through they yet11's,' to those who ptztiwztfiy Itznght 115 to fofmt to ten, who are now tetzchtrzg 115 tu hamnvc hctter citizem' of tomor- rowg to those whn ,vhtzre 11111' 50I'1'OlU.V, .mth 115 thtzt hut text we ffzifezll, fmt! O!12'j0y.f, fthe the U"11.vfJ11f1gto11 trip: to thoye who wzcozzrtzge IIA' tzmf http 115 with 11111 lnrcthletmy' tum' tn thogff who htwe !C5J'6'l'lL'l! 0111- hurzlezz IXPII5 ftzr 111 fffe. It is with QTKLII' l'J1'1'1fe th.1t the .vttzff zfeffictztw the 1950 Ltzftzmtzc to thaw for zuhmtz we htzw Jeep 111f11111't1t11111, Jaw- timz, tzmf htw-11111' Ifztztwzty. 1'af1c'S11-nz Administration ' f-VN ldv ,,,,. 1 L ' SUPERINTENDENT . OF CITY SCHOOLS , if ,df fffidibt PRINCIPAL JUNIOR AND SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS . , 2 v MJMZKMLZ 2691,- BUILDING Pczmci PAL .zumon 1-new Scuoon. f' iiii i 3' f - ' if V f i ' ""2. V "fy ' 4 ,. ' , 5 2. ' H I A 1" 'Q Q , i 3 L IA, , gf , , f7 f 1 4' . , . , f 1 L' ' -'X F f WZ' mil A gag' A . liiflfza WZU ,AUM . M4000 id - SECRETARY SECRETARY SECRETARY T0 me suvzn infer-:oem T0 me PRI N cv vm. T0 me super-unfenoem' l'1l11r' Hirfhl MR. CLYDE BIOIIERS English, Athletics MISS LOUISE BLACK English MISS KIARY BL.4X'I.l,lf'K Latin. Drzunutics MRS. FLORENIJE HOG.-HIT Biology. English MR. HARX'EX' Hosni, Band MR. FRANK CASEY Algebra. Plane Geoinctry MISS CHRISTINE CHI-IHRY Health, Physical Eilncution MR. ROBERT CHINNIS PhySics. Clieinistry. Pliotogitipliy' MR. CHARLES CLENIENTS Athletic lJiI'ectoI'. Pliysicnl Erlucz tion MR. XV. H. DAVIS Biology, Assistant Princiliiil MISS BIARGARET DUKE EngliSh. Spanish MISS BIARY F. EI.I.IS EngliSh. French, .lnuriiiilisin MISS GRIZZELLE ETHIQRIIRIE Biology MR. J. XV. GEORGE Study Hall. Biology MISS LOIIISE .loHNs'I'ON K, TI'igO1netI'y. Soliil Geoinetry. Algo- bra, General Mtitlieinutics MRS. RUTH .JONES VVO1'lI.l History, Guiflunce MISS CAROLYN LONG Shorthanrl. Typing, Genc-I'IIl Plus neSS MISS HILDA LONGEST XVo1'l1l History, Coininerciiil Cleo- graphy MISS NIARY lu.-'ARTIN Plane Geometry, .-Xlgelvm MR. RHETT BIAHTIN Dive1'Sii'ied Occupations MISS NANCY .IO BIASSEY Glee Club iWISS MARY iXIILLI-111 Ltitin, SpaniSh MRS. SARA IXIONAGHAN EngliSh, Office Pmctice. MRS. BILLIE PENIIRI: Home Economics MISS MADELINI: PRICE United States History 1. Siltlliilillll FACU LTV 4--f nu... 51-' fu. in 1.,.x -can AW.. ,- ,..-.-f 'vw . ,Y f. ' ...wif ...- 1. '11 ,3 fa -at -sv' X ., , . 1 ,. K J.. X' MISS MIRIANI REYELISE f - Q , M, Lib1'zII'iaIII A ' MRS. JANIE SININIERNIAN , I A Algebra, Guiflunce -'R 23 71 ' " MISS IENIINIA SOI'THI:I:I.ANII . EngliSh. Typing ' I - MISS JEAN VON CANON b EngliSh. Speech ' MR. ROY WARREN f'..', Q.-.Pl , IIlfillSIl'lLii Arts. Athletics ,. . 45. ' Pl'llC'l'il'P fe'r1cl1f'1'.S from V.X.C'. X- 5 XM MIII'ch-.lune -Q M f I ' A iff MISS JEAN RANRIN iw - .. - J -A Social Science N . Am, 'fn I MR. II. J. PENVE Science ...dx .1 A IHIHI' Xinr Prim' Twn THE RENT TEACHER ASSOCIATION We are very proud of the Parent Teacher Association of our high school because it is striving to better the relationship, not only between the teachers and Parents, but also between the teachers and stuclents. The P. T. A. is a help to us because it is always looking for ways in which it may help our school. CAFETERIA COMMITTEE ,ww 'a'1E!1f5?,,' , 721,517.53 ' .2 -Zg ff' .ZH . ..,:1Zf 9- .1. 'fs mi J 1 ' " 'x ui'5"'f 'Q K, 1, Q 'Q - Kw 1 m, i'1'-a"im'wi'v YSUTSVQ VYQW X I , V , . Frorn left to right: qLllI1Clll'UOUl Comm lvlrs. Ponton. Not Picturccli Nllw. The Qtmlcnts nml fncultv ol l5g1x'cttcvillc Hivlm Sflwol arc imlcul waxtcflll to tlmc . . U 'C' Cafeteria Commirtcc for flu-ir llIlEll'lD" cllorte null lm' tlmcir S wlcmlill CUUWCl'llflOll at rw l l all timci. F11 lN'l1's. Hale, Klrs Poe, lvlrs. lvlutz, Nlrs. Fry fl..Ul1Clll'UUI11 CLlHlHllIIL'Cl, lvlrs BIUVHI ittccj, lX"l1's. lXlCCuy fCllL1ll'H1Lll1 of Llll1Clll'Ulllll ClJl11I11lffCL'l, lVl1's. Bnrncs, lX41's. IX oou Gray fljrcsinlcnt uf lx',T,A.j Nlrf, Hiclicy, lX'lrQ. Sturt Rum fl.llI1Cl1l'UUl11 Curumlttu ff The 7950 Lc1Fcimcue "Lives of great men all remind 115, IVE can make our lives sublime, And, departing, leave behind' ns Fnolprints on the sr1nn'.v of time." We, the Class of 1950, have left a maze of footprints behind us. Some of them have gone astray and Finally been lost in darkness, but the majority have followed the well-beaten path trod by those who have gone before us. Nlany have faltered, only to be righted again by the kind and helping hands of our instructors and friends. Despite all our complaining during the long hard trelc, each of us feels that he has gained from those trials and will carry those experiences and memories all through life. The staff of the 1950 LzZFzZVHzlL' have attempted to capture the last few miles of footprints. VVe have set down, step by step, a permanent record of our activities during our last year at Fayetteville High School. Vlfe sin- cerely hope that this annual will bring much pleasure to those who read it now and to those who will scan its pages in the future-and perhaps rememberl Editor Iam lu elvf 'I-'Z DORIS JEAN AVERITTE 1932-1946 Doris lean Averitte, daughter of hirs. 13. E. Averitte and of the late hir. P. E. Averitte, was born hlarch 21, 1932, and resided at 118 Bridge Street, Fayetteville, North Carolina, during her all-too-short but happv fourteen vears. Doris was a member of the First Presbyterian Church and attended Sunday School regularly. Her first six vears of school, 1938-1944, were spent at Central Grade School. Her other two vears were spent at Alexander Graham Iunior High School. Un August 18, 1946, shortlv before she was to enter Senior High, Doris lean was killed in an automobile accident. Though it was not permitted her to accompany her friends and classmates through high school and graduate with the Class of 1950, the members of her class would Pav tribute to their friend. H5126 ltmssen' tfrroffgfr Gloryis morning gate and zufzlfes in Pm'f1n'ise.n Remembered ond Deorlq Loved RICHARD GEORGE WARREN 'I932-1946 Richard George Vxfarren, son of Nlr. and 1N1rs, 1XV1arshall Lee W11r'rei1, was born in Dunn, North Carolina, on Iulv 13, 1932. In 1936 he and his lamilv moved to Favetteville. At the age of six Richard entered the First grade at Has'- mount School. After graduating from Havmount and lunior High School, Richard entered Senior High School where he was a freshman at the time of his death. Richard took part in manv religious, social, and school activities. He was a member of the First Baptist Church and was a regular member of the Sunday School there. Vxlhile in lunior and Senior High School Richard was a member of the band and Boy Scout Troop 11. Had he lived, Richard would have been a member of the graduating class of 1950. Although he died at an earlv age, Richard showed great promise of being a voting man 'of sterling character and rare efiiciencv. His friendly and liltable personality won him mans' friends who will always remember him. "And the tem' that zur' .fli6rf, though in secret it roffs, SIM!! long keep his zmtmory green in om' sozrlsf' Q ., 'c"s.g 'sr , N Ma 71" ' 3 ,,,,,, 1 V , .gg..qi.T.xg, ,Q I F J is .rt 'V'w'-.ef:af'f:.f:,. . ,, . , ' f . .Q . V-.Ir -K ,Q wa, . s . i 1 2.4 . -' 1 1- sf , - A' .. 1 k .5 ' , ' - X. s . L f.+ 4, 'gxx l no -Q K ' ' r Q5 ' N " -Q 1' , ,sau-.X 5,..g,, ., W elif.:-T' ' 'Y' l js 2.r,sQ. , -. - - 'v:f'.1.-.1 ,gas s ' : .. - X . - , , we s ' . - Y Qiffx .. ' . ... s, . x T-.K-. K. .. -Q P11111 Tlzirir 4 li 1illjr'1'vUlll'l1'flI SCHOOL SONG Hail to clear old l:in'etteville High School! Thee Weill always loveg Always hear thx' praises ringing, Ringing from above. Raise Your voices, sing her Praises! Qui' school is the hestl Fayetteville High School we will cherish! Dear olcl li. H. Sl EHHJH EHHUHS 1 0QQ'Tf,1 1 QC,-f N:f'9,59' 4 1?jjwJ . 1 W W MW M -v may 'V' O 'WW , U 97110 'U 5' 5 bag, M1 1 9' W X, , '50 kg if Eff U7 5 'By 2 0 YB A 0 Q F' 0 Q M Q lg 'N . -9 ' - Q V 0 J Bill Strieklriml-l7160-Pn'511fw1l COLORS: Purple and Gola' As our school clnve full hehiml And we leave dear linverteville High. NVQ thiuli of all our jovs and sorrows And mem'rieQ than shall never Clie. Each clnvls earnest Striving l-las Plnverl Ll major Pnrrg Each lesson leamerl, in future nlnvs XVill help us make our Sturt. Page Sixteen ST Rub klCGlf'Il114Pi'FSf!iE7Zf Innie Vx'ilcllnnn-Svfretrzry Vann XXVlI1l?l'CC'-Tl'Bd5IlT6 R IOTTO: FLOXVER: U75 Lfuzrzz Hay Dmng C!J7'5f5z1IZflJEi77lt77Z CLASS OF '50 us Nlnv we che class of 150 trv A herrer world to make, A world of Pence and brorherhoocl- A world ol love, not hate. Xlnv we place our stamlnuls high, cvlll' gfllll fPlAOSPCl'lIff' Vfirh freedom and equulitv For us and our Posteritv. Becky Nlnnos Class of '5 LORRAINE MARIE ACEVEDO Myrtle Beach . . , "M11yl:f' lf'S Bvrrlllsf' . . . chocolates . . . "Her smilo makes us happy" . . . Hawaii . . . Sacred Heart Academy, Oahu, Territory of Hawaii 1: F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Catholic Bible Club 1: Glee Club 2: Spanish Club 3: Friend- ship Club 4: Futura' Teachers of America 4: Library Assistant 4: F.H.A. 4. MANIE LOU ADAMS "Lou" . . . french fries . . . EC.T.C .... sparkling . . . excitement . . . "Sfnr1lusf" . . . F.H.S, 1, 3, 4: Goldston High School 2: Jr. Latin Club 1: Hand 1, 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. 1, 3, 4: Chief Cheerleader 2: Hiyhlirrs Staff 2: Basketball 2: International Relations Club 3, 4: Spanish Club 4: Hand Letter Club 4: Friendship Club 4: Civinette Club 4: Future Teachers of America 4: Vice-Pres. Swph. Class 2. NANCY ADAMS Winthroiw . . . "Lrzng1l1iny on tha' fliztsidcn . . . "Loveliness at its best" . . . having a good time . . . limeades . . . F,H.S. 1, 2, 3. 4: Teen4Age Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Tri-Hi-Y Club 1. 2, 3, 4: Boosters Club 1, 2, 3: Homeroom Chairman 1: Jr. Latin Club 1: Vice-Pres. Jr. Latin Club 1: Eaglot Staff 1: Sr. Latin Club 2: Eagle Staff 2: Pres. Tri-Hi-Y 3: Miss F.H.S. Comm. 3: Chairman Jr. Sr. Dance Card Comm. 3: LaFamac Staff 4: Student Council 4: Civinette Club 4: Vice- Pres. Civinette Club 4: Girls' football team 4. LOUIS ALLEN "Lou" . . . "Lover Come B'm'k" . . . fried chicken . . . llirls . . . Raleigh . . . Carolina Beach . . . sincere friendliness . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 4: Football 1, 2: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2: Band 1, 2: Band Letter Club 2: Student Government 2: Monogram Club 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, 3: Jr. Sr. Comm. 4. BARBARA JEAN APPLE "Babs" . . . chocolate cake . . . likeable personality . . - dancing . . . "My Hero" . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Jr. Latin Club 1: Glee Club 1, 2, 4: Teen-Aize Club 2, 3, 4: Home Ee. Club 3: F'.H.A. 4: Roosters' Club 3: G.A.A. 3. HERVY EVANS AVERETTE JR. ! "HervY. Jr." . . . Duke . . . food . . . "This Timr"' . . . Ocean Drive . . . "24" . . . natural friendliness . . . good looking . . . F.H.S. 1, 2. 3, 4: Sec. Freshman Class 1: Latin Club 1, 2: Sports Edtor Euglf' 2: Hi Y 2, R, 4: Treas. Hi-Y 2: Vice-Pres. Hi-Y Cl: Jr. Varsity Football 1, 2: Varsity Football 3, 4: Monogram Club 3, 4: Key Club 3, 4: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, Il, 4: Tr-enette Club 1, 2: Pres. Tee-nette Club 2: Treas Jr. Class 3: Jr. Sr. Committee Zi: Lal"nma4' Staff 4: Manager Basketball Team 2, fl, 4: Freshman Basketball 1: Boosters' Club 2, 33 Marshall 3: Best Looking 4, REESE AYERS "General" , . . "Now Is rhf' Huur" , . . Univ. of Texas . . . steaks . . . Pomona Beach. Fla .... "Strong: silent type" , . . F.H.S. 1, 2, Cl, 4: Track Team R: Base-ball il: Jr. Varsity Football 1, 2: Diversified Occupations Club 4. RUTH BAGL1-sy Raleigh, N. C .... "1'uu'rv Brr'n.kfng My Hair!" . . . steak . . . singing . . . red convertibles . . . Quietness is her policy . . . Fayetteville High School 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 3: D. O. Club -1. .xr -. M. . 4'9i ,pi A .V 'W 4 -Af 4...-nv me ,flop -as my...-29' si rg, .... .Q 'W fkfhtlfil' j.r'.'-"f , .- 1 H M1151 '7 ,. K 2- - A f ff ' eff. A, ,, ,.,. . E' V ' ,. f. , ' Ig ' -52" " "'5,ssQf,s:2-:ga:y,..., iffy, ,rag f-- ---- ,.-' . V. .1-va. WMS" 'N A 5 --z2,3g,3g.:,, L A EQ? area. ' '-an 'fQr..f,25-Ir-'s:f, . .f..::':--- -2'-1:.::s-:"g. , 4, A , NVQ, my- we f"""R .Rv-M, . -of A N fem K5 4 .JMU lllljll' Sl 1:1 11111 ll BETTY JEAN BARRESI "l5oi.:o" . . . Cherry Grove . . . "All the Things You, Ar4"' . . . Presbyterian College . . , dimples n' smiles . . . bowling , . . "34" n' "Wi" . . . writing letters . . . Science Hill Hiuh School, Johnson City, Tennessee 1: Austin Senior Hiizh School, El Paso, Texas 1: F.H.S. 1, 2, 4: F.H.S. Summer School 3: Girl's Chorus 1: Fort Bliss Teen-Age Club 1: Glee Club 1. 2, 4: Spanish Club 2: G.A.A. 4: Friendship Club 4: Student Council 4: Sec, Treas. Debating Club 4: Teen-Age Club 2, 4: Treas. International Relations Club 4: Civinrtte Club 4: Cheerleader 4. ROBERT ANDREW BARRET '4liob" . . . Olympia . . . Washington State , . . collards . . . freckles . . . Fords . . . "Uh, That Smile" . . . likeable personality . . . Olympia High School, Olympia, Washington 1: F.H.S. 2. 3. 4: Jr. Civitan Club 3, 4: Teen-Alle Club 4: lnternatiwnal Relations Club 3: Spanish Club 4: Debating Club 4. GERTRUDE BASS , "Gertit-" . . . Skibo and the mountains . . . W.C.U.N.C. . . . "You'l1 1V:'iwr Walk i4Iom"' . . . strawberry shortcake . . . swimminr: and marching with the band . . . cute n' carefree . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: lfland 1. 12, 3, 4: Band Letter Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Beta Club 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2: Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4: Tre-as. Tri-Hi-Y 2: Civinette Club 4: Teen-Ame Club 1, 2. 3, 4: liand Boosters' Club 3, 4. JOYCE BASS Myrtle Beach . . , "l'0u're Hrrnkiny My H1'r1rt" . . . W.C. . . . fried chicken . . . banrl trips . . , that grin! . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4: Sgt.-at-Arms Tri-Hi-Y 2: Heta Club 2, 3, 4: Hand I. 2, 3, 4: Hand Letter Club 3, 4: lland Boosters' Club 3, 4: Teen-Age Club 1. 2, 3, 4: Civinette Club 4: Toast at Jr, Sr. 3: Spanish Club 2. BETTY JONES BEARD Carolina lleach . . . "Tariff Mc Hut to the Ball fit'HYll'i' . . . pork chops . . . baseball . . . "Cheerful company shortens tht- mile" . . . high steps and acrobats . . . "Scotties" . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3. 4: Teen-Age Club 1, 2: Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4: Baton Club 1: Majorettts 1, 2, 3, 4: Dramatics Club 2: Boosters' Club 1, 2: Home Eu, Club 2: Photography Club 4: Student Council Ci: Homi-room Chairman 3: Jr, Latin Club 1: Band Letter Club 3. 4: G.A.A. 4, EARLENE JOYCE BELLER "Tommy" . . . Jantzen Beach . . . "l'z'f' Hof You Under My Skin" . . . Pasadena Playhouse . , . cute as can be . . . chicken . . . actress , . . Portland . . . American Scho9l, Manila. Philippines 1, 2: F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Senior Choir 11 Teen-Aire Club, Philippines 1, 2: Teen-Age Club Fayetteville 2. 3, 4: Boosters' Club 3: Dramatics Club 3: Spanish Club 3: F,H.A. 4: Lril-'fimzn' Staff 4: Hullzlogf Staff 4: Girls' Football Team 4. GERALDINE JUNE BELLER "Jerry" . . . Jantzt-n Breach . . . "Sony of Surrwiilcru . . . University of Oregon . . . chat'n smiles . . . cherry cokes and cheeseburgers . . . bucket of bolts . . . northerner . . . American School, Manila, Philippines 1, 2: F.H.S. 2, 3. 4: American Teen-Age Club 2. 3, 4: Spanish Club 3: Drami-1tiCS Club Zi: Boosters' Club 3: Friendship Club 4: G.A.A. 4: Glee Club 1, 2: Cast of "Hur Hwarls Wrrr Young nnrl Gay" 4, RICHARD G. BENE "Dick" . . . llob Jones University . . . Macon, Ga. . , . "ll1f1luy1u.i'nn" . . . chf-esa . . . golf . . . we-'l dressed , . . acting ability , . . Willoughby H.S., Willoughby, Ohio 1: Charleston H.S.. Charleston, W. Va. 2: Lanier H.S. for Boys. Macon, Ga. 2, Il: l".H.S. 4: Glue Club 1, 2, 3: Art Club 2: ltr-serve Officers Training: Corps 2: U.D.C. Program 3: 'ith Plat-e in American Leprion Oratorieal Contest Til Chaplain l.itxrary Society il: Cast, "Ur1r Hrurts l'l'e'r4' Young uml Huff" 4. ROBERT REYNOLDS BEN NINGTON "Worm" , . . Carolina . . . Macon, Ga. , . . "I Can Drvum, f'an't If" . . . Rosa's Fried Chicken . . . "Something new every day" , . . F.H.S. l: 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Band Letter Club 3, 4: Latin Club I: Boosters' Club 1, 2: Jr. Civitan Club 4: Hand Booster Club 1, 2, Sl, 4: Teen-Aire Club 1, 2, Il, 4: Sec. Treas. Band 4. ROSA MAY BERNSTEIN W.C .... tennis . . . "H1'cr1usf"' . , . vivacious , . . coconut cream pie . . . Boston . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Latin Club I, 2: Boosters' Club 2: G.A.A. 3, 4: Band 2, 3, 4: International Relations Club 3: Future Teachers of America 3, 4: Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4: Sgt.-at-Arms Tri-Hi-Y 4: Debating Club 4: Glee Club 4: Band Letter Club 4. FRANCIS KEA BERRY "Choo Choo" . . . Ocean Drive . . . . . . .'Cl!llIfll't'f'l . . . Carolina . . . brunettes . . . best all round athlete . . . outstanding leadership . . . Charles I.. Coon High School, Wilson, N. C. 1, 2: F.H.S. 3, 4, 5: Jr. Varsity Basketball 1, 2: Jr, Varsity Football 2, 3: Capt, 3: Baseball 3, 4, 5: Basketball 3, 4, 5: Football 4, 5: Monogram Club 3, 4, 5: Vice-Pres. Monogram Club 4: Teen-Age Club 3, 4, 5: Pres. Teen-Age Club 4: Vice-Pres. Senior Class 4: Key Club 4, 5: Cast "And Canis the Spring" 4: Student Council 5: Best Athlete 5. CLINTON MAXWELL BERTSCHI "Clint" . . . Wake Forest . . . anyplace . . . "Thr1l"S My Desirf' . . . fried chicken . . . football . . . "25" . , . devilish . . . good natured . . . cars . . . Stedman High School 1, 2: Business Manager of Ni:--Nav 2: F.H.S. Il, 4, 5: Football 1, 2, Il, 4, 5: Ha,sketball 1. 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, il, 3, 4: Monogram Club 4, MARGARET MARIE BIEDLER "Margie" . , , Monmouth, Ill. . . . ".4fl11fn" . . . Monmouth College . , . Steak and French Fries . . . Quietness supreme . . . El Monte Union Hilxh School, El Monte. Calif. 1: Mon- mouth Hitrh School, Monmouth, Illinois 1, 2, 3: F.H.S. 24, 4: Glee Club 2, 3: Pen Club Z, 3: F.H.A. 2: Y-Teens 2. 3: Homeroom Chairman 2: Sec. 2: D. O. Club 4: Future Teachers nf America 4. GEORGE RANDALL BIGGS "Gully" . . . Presbyterian . . . Arapahoe . . . "Just fi Kiss and ll Rosen . . . steak, French fries, pop-corn , . . "3iI" . . . football . . . easy going . . . jolly . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5: 7 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, 5: Teen-Age Club 1, L., 3, 4, 5: Student Council 1: Monogram Club 4, 5: Key Club 4, 5: J. V. basketball 2: Varsity basketball 4: J. V. Football 2, 3: Varsity football 4, 5: Latin Club 2. NINA GAY BISHOP "Bragg Bratt" . . . Hiedelherg, Germany . . . "Till '1'hen" . . . Skates . . . longr, wavy hair . . . nice manner . . . Clover Park High School, Washington 1: Heidelberg Hiilh School, Germany 2, 3: F,H S. 4: Glee Club 1, Il. 3, 4: Bas- ketball I, 3: Baseball 2, Sl: Swimming 3: Dormitory Presi- dent 3: Sports Reporter 3. JOHN TELSON BRADISH "fI'elson" . . . U.N,C .... New Orleans . . . "Forv1w'r unrl EMF" . . . fried chicken . . . French fries . . . swimminpz . . . high ideals , . . cute grin . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 34, 4: Snanish Club 2: Teen-Age Club 3, 4: Swimming: Team 2, 3, 4: Monoxrram Club 3, -1: Civitan Club Zi: Sec 3: llnll Dog Staff 3: Sports Editor 4. fi f 9'9" QMS. 0' 0- 4,4 fgf l W? us. ,wx exif' .yvlxft A TTAYV' Ylw Pal yn' Xiu: lm Il 'Ubin 'QQ' 4, - 'af 1 K A. ,F ww. Y' 4, .f-V. New Ig . fi -' -. vw if 4- -A 43,5 fm' PGH? Twrllfy -ak " .oi ...z- -and 'fw- BAYLUS BRAMBLE "Big Red" . . . Campbell . . , "My Buckefs Got ri Hole In. It" . . . collards . . .girls . . . jovial . . . friendly . . . "Chitlin' Switch" . . . F.H S. 1, 2. 3, 4,: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Band Letter Club 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 1. 2: Teen-Age Club 1, 2. 3, 4: Friendship Club 3: Band Booster Club 3, 4: Pres. Band 4. CHARLES BRANNON "Boots" . . . N. C. State . . . Panama City, Fla, , . . "1 Can llrram, Cmft If" . . . Candy . . . Pool . . .Football . . . Swimming . . . quiet manner . . . sincere . . . Hartford High School 1, 2: F.F.A. 1, 2: Football 1: F.H.S. 3, 4: D.O. 4. ANNA JEAN BROWN Sanford . . . "Thui's My Desire" . . . "True friendship is rare" . . . fried chicken n' French fries . . . basketball . . . trumpet player . , . laughing and having fun . . . Sanford High School 1: Boosters' Club 1: Sports Club 1: Home Ec. Club 1: Tri-Hi-Y 1, 3, 4: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. 2, 3, 4: International Relations Club 3, 4: LuFr1mac Staff 4: Must Athletic 4: Girls Football Tcam 4. JOANNE WEATHERS BROWN "Puduy" . , . voice . . . "21" . , . Wake Forest . . . "Again" . , . Meredith . . . Beauty is a gift of God . . . Cornelia . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 4: Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4: Beta Club 2, 3, 4: Jr. Sr. Waitress LZ: Latin Club 1. 2: Feature Editor Eagle 2: Tt-en-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Boosters' Club 1, 2: Girls' Glee Club 1: mixed chorus 2, 3, 4: Library Staff 2: Teenettfe Club 12 Sec. Teenette Club 1: Cast of "The Gypsy Trouhadouru 2: Sextet 2: Octet 4: Cast of "Thr Jugyglfr and the Lady" 3: Homeroum Chairman Jr, Red Cross 3: Miss F.H.S. 3: Marshall 3: Dramatics Club 3: Scottish Dancers 3, 4: Dele- gate to Rock Hill, S. C., Conference 3: Spanish Club 4: Pres. Spanish Club 4: Cast of "Our Hearts Were Young nnri Gay" 4: Civinette Club 4: IA1F'll17llll' Staff 4: School Editor 4: Delegate to Girls' State 4: D.A.R. Good Citizenship Pilgrim 4: Sponsor for Wilson Game 4: Future Teachers of America 3, 4: Girls Football Team 4. NORMA JEAN BROWN "Jeanie" . . . ice cream and peanuts . . . "How High the Moon" . . . University of Miami . . . Basketball . , . "Bragg Iiratt" . . . Riverside, California . . . friend a la mode . . . Fayetteville High School 1, 2. 4: Fort Bragg Summer School 3: Friendship Club 4: International Relations Club 4: Secre- tary of Ft. Bragg: Teen'Age Club 1: President and Vice- Pres. of Ft. Bragg Teen-Age Club 2: Latin Club 1, 2: F.H.S, Octet 4: G.A.A. 1. 2. 4: Advanced Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Chorus of "Gypsy Troubadourn 1. BETTY JO BRYANT Long: Beach . . . secretary . . . ".-1ynin" . . . maroon con- vertible . . . bowling . . . "Silence is golden" . . . chocolate ice cream . . . Southport High School 1. 2: F.H.S. 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: French Club 3, 4: Lr1Fr1mm' Staff 4: Office Staff 4: Girls' Football Team 4: Tri-Hi-Y 4. CHARLOTTE AILEEN BRYANT Carolina Beach , . . "Stardust" . . . Phys. Ed .... teacher . . . Quietness is perfection . . . cheeseburgers . . . 6 ft. 2. . . Seventy-First High School 1: Vice-Pres. 1: Glee Club 1: 4 H Sec. 1: Campbell College Summer School 2: Bob Jones University 3: F.H.S. 3, 4: F.H.S, Summer School 33 Spanish Club 4: Teen-Age Club 4: G.A.A. 4: International Relations Club 4: LuFumr1c Staff 4: Girls' Football Team 4. ELEANOR GREY BULLOCK "Susie" . . . Carolina Beach . . . "l.0vr'1' Coma: Back to Mc" . , . Carolina . . . "Learning is wealth" . . . French fries . . . deep sea fishing . . . horses . . . '4Our Big Boss" . . . collies . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 1, 2: Beta Club 2, 3. 4: Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3. 4: Vice-Pres. 'I'ri-Hi-'Y 3: Delegate to Tri-Hi-Y Conference 3: International Relations Club 3: Editor in Chief of LaFumac 4: Civinette Club 4: Most Studious 4: Girls' Football Team 4. ANN DELORES BUTLER "Dark Eyes" . . . Charlotte . . . "Star1I1wt" . . . French fries . . . shorthand, music . . . Beauty n' brains . . . F.H.S. 1. 2, 3, 4: Home Ee. Club 1: Glee Club 1: Boosters' Club 1, 2: Spanish Club 3: Beta Club 3, 4: Tri-Hi-Y 4: Jr.-Sr. Committee 3: Office Assistant 4. ROBERT M. BUTLER "Bussie" , . . N. C. State . . . Raleigh . . . "1'0n're Breaking My H:'art" . . . Hamburger and Milk Shakes . . . oriirinal F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Teen-Age Club l, 2, 3, 4: D. O. Club 5: Radio Club 2, 3, 4: Boosters' Club 1, 2. 3, 4: Photography Club 2, 3: Vice-Pros. Photography Club 3, ALLEN CALLAHAN "Red" . . . Carolina . . . Carolina Beach . . , "1'on'rr' Break- iny My Henri" . . . Ice Cream . . . Motor Scooter , . . quiet . . . F.H.S. 1. 2. 3, 4: Teen-Age Club 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 1, 2. CAROLYN J EANNETTE CAMERON W.C.U.N.C .... Banana Split . . . "Great Day" . . . Ocean Drive . . . "Maybe It's B!'l'0ll31"' . . . extremely likeable . . . Aberdeen High School 1: Cheerleader 1: F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4: French Club 3: Teen-Age Club 2, Ci, 4. BERNARD CAMPBELL "Jack" . . . football . . . Dixie Diner . . . bowling . . . "A Friend Indeed" . . . quiet type . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 35, 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Band 2: Spanish Club 3: Boosters' 1, 2, 3: Cheerleaders 1: D. O. Club 4. PEGGY CANNON "Roady" . . . White Lake . . . Chicken Salad . . . "Tell Me Why" . . . red curls . . . "Wit is the essence of happiness" . . . talking . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, ZS, 4: Glee Club 1, 3, 4: G.A.A. 3: F.H.A. 4: Journalism Club 4: Library Staff 1, 3, 4. BONNIE CARRINGTON Washington . . . "1'0u.'re Breaking My I-leur!" . . . secretary . . . a charming friend . . . hut fudge sundaes . . . H504 Airborne" , . . dancing . . . blonde hair . . . Durham High 1: F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Teen-Age Club 2, 3, 4: D. O. Club 4. SYLVIA JOAN CASE "Casey" . . . "De-nne-r" . . , "Yon'rv Breaking My Heart" . . . "the new look" . . . horseback riding . . . dancing . . . roller skating . . . La Plata H. S. 1, 2. 3, 4: F.H,S. 5: Drama- tics Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4: Volleyball team 1, 2. 3: Sec. homeroom 3: Vice-Pres. Aca- demics 4. -i an ivy ,aablv "RPN QY'..'1T" Sli. A X Qi N. ew QQ' Q .ss- ,vf-.4 ' . 1 G.. 5 x N X Rf: X N IH1 rf: .O Tnw nfzf Uni N""3Imr' 4929 'fer' like ,ea--""' My - Wx .dads 4 l'r1fff' Tu-r-nfy-Two VVILLIAM HENRY COLEMAN "Billy" . . . Boogies , . . "PhiIFy" . . . poet . . . steaks . . . liveliness . . . F.H.S. ZZ, 3, 4: Central High School 1: F.F.A. Club 1: Teen-Age Club 3, 4: Latin Club 2: D. O. Club 4: Homeroom Chairman 3. ELSIE VERNELL COLLINS "Clem" . . . Long Beach . . . USTIIIJIEF' Gwts In Your Eyes" . . . dental hygiene . . . chicken and French fries . . . "Wimp" . . . capable of doing all things well . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Sec. Sophomore class: Sec. Junior class: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Beta Club 2, 3, 4: Program Chairman of Tri-Hi-Y: Student Council 1, 3: Homeroom Chairman 4: Sec. International Relations Club 3: Sec. D. O. Club 4: Spanish Club 2: Mar- shal 3. KATHERINE ELIZABETH CONNER "Kat" . . . Bragg Brat . . . "My Happiness" . , . Carolina . . . fried potatoes . . . Georgia Tech . . . band trips . . . cream o' the crop . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Boosters' Club 1, 2, 3: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3. 4: Photography Club 1: Latin Club 1: Homeroom representative 1: Homeroom Chair- man 3: International Relations Club 33 Friendship Club il, 4: Dramatics Club 1, 2: Band 1, 2, 3. 4: Band Letter Club 4: Assembly Planning Committee 4: Home Ee. Club 2: Library Assistant 2: Bible Club 1: Glee Club 1, 2: Guidance Secretary 4. EDWIN AUBREY COOK "Ed" . . . "Kornyville" , . . Arizona State . . . basketball . . . Brussel Sprouts . . . "George and me" . . . "To have friends is to be a friend" . . . "9" . . . Grass Valley High School, Calif. 1: Pacific Grove High School, Calif. 1, 2: Thomasville High School, Calif. 2: Kernersville High School, N. C. 3: Student Body Vice-Pres. 3: Jr. Class Vice-Pres. 3: Annual Photographer 3: Beta Club 3: Debating Team 3: F.H.S. 4: Future Teachers of America 4: Treas. 4: Beta Club. 4: Cast of "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" 4: Most Friendly 4: Varsity Basketball 3, 4. THOMAS EUGENE COOK "Cookie" . . . Carolina . . . "Old Fashioned Walk" . . . Ocean Drive . . . lemon Die . . . track . . . cheerful . . . ability plus . , . F.H S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Debating Club'1, 2, 3, 41 Pres. Debating Club 4: Library Club 1. 2, 3: Pres. Library Club 2: Spanish Club 2: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Library Staff 1, 2, 3: Band 3, 4: Band Letter Club 3, 4: Bull Dog Staff 1: Beta Club 4: Journalism 1: Boosters' Club 1, 2, 3: Radio School Program 2: Triangular Debater 3, 4: "Miss F'.H.S." Comm. 3: Jr. Sr. Comm. 3: Cast "Seamless Robe" 3: Cast of Spanish Play 2: Track Team 3: Dramatics Club 3: Jr. Civitan Club 3, 4: Student Council Representative 3: Business Manager of "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" 4: International Relations Club 3, 4: L1zFamac Staff 42 Band lioosters Club. VIRGINIA BROOKS CORBETT "Ginnie" . . , W.C .... West Point . . . "Always" . . . Roast Beef . . . Witty . . . cuteness . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2: Spanish Club 2: Band Letter Club 1, 2: Tri-Hi-Y Club 2, 3, 4: International Relations Club 4: Sec. Interna- tional Relations Club 4: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 3: Girl's Glee Club 3: Octet 4: Journalism Club 4: Bull Dog Staff 4: LrzFnnz.ac Staff 4: Jr. Civinette Club 4: Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3: Cast of 'tOur Hearts Were Young and Gay 4: Scottish Dancers 4: Debating Club 4: Future Teachers of America Club 4: Chorus of "Gypsy Troubadour" 2: Teenette Club 1: Sextette 3: Jr.-Sr, Toast 3: Miss F.H.S. Committee 3: Girls Football Team 4: Triangular Debater 4. TOMMY COTTINGHAM "Tom" . . . swimming . . . brain . . . West Point . . . Chopin . . . Tampa, Fla ..., independent thinker . . . independence Senior High 1: F.H.S. 2. 3, 4: Teen-Age Club 1 : Latin Club 1. 2: Homeroom Chairman 1: Beta Club 2, 3, 4: Radio Club 3: Jr. Civitan Club 3, 4: Vice-Pres. 4: Boosters' Club 3: Teen-Aire Club 4: Photography Club 4: Pres. 4: International Relations Club 3: Vice-Pres. 3. AUDREY MICHELE COTE' "Anil" . , . New York City . . . "Again" . . . Hunter College . . . enjoys horse racing . . . lobster . . , black Cadillac convertibles . . . music . . . lively n' likeable . . . Mount St. Mary's Academy, St. Charles. Ill. 1: St. Thomas the Apostle, Chicago, lll. 1: Butte Business College 1, Korea Base Com- mand School, Ascon, Kona 2: F.H.S. 3, 4: Art Club 11 Basketball 1: Glee Club 1: Art and Crafts Club 2: Library S4-ieiice 4: Friendship Club 4: F.H.A. 4. PATRICIA BYNUM CRAWLEY "Pat" . . . Ocean Drive . . . "1llaLay1wna" . , , Queens , . . likeable personality . . . neatncss . . . dill pickles . . . Swimming . . . anything green . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Beta Club 2, 3, 4: Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 3. 4: Vice-Pres. Tri-Hi-Y 1, 41 Pres. Tri-Hi-Y 2: Civinette Club 4: Jr. Latin Club 1 : Spanish Club 3: Jr Waitress 2: Chairman Invitation Comm. 3: Chorus of "Gypsy Troubadourn 2: Glee Club 1, 2: Assembly Planning Comm. 3: Boosters' Club 1: Teenette Club 1, 2: Advisory Council Tri-Hi-Y 2: Llllulllllfll' Staff 4: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3. 4: Girfs Football Team 4. ALISON WEEKS CRISP Chicken . . . baseball . . . Wilson, N. C .... "That Inlrlry Ol' Sun" . . . red heads . . . Wake Forest . . . good naturecl . . .F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3: U. O. Club 41 Dramatic Club 3. JOHN HENRY CROOM "Ace" . . . N. C. State . . . Chev. Coupe . . . Ice cream sodas . . . Ocean Drive . . . capability . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 1, 2, 3: Latin Newspaper Staff 1, 2: Photography Club 1: LaFamac Staff 4: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Cast of "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" 4: lieta Club 4: Jr. Civitan 4. J OH N CROSBY "Dynamite" . . . West Point , . . "21" . . . Steaks . . . Ocean Drive . . . friendliness . . . dancing . . . independent thinker . . . Erlangen H, S., Erlangen, Germany 1: Munich H. S., Munich. Germany 1, 2: Robert E. Lee H. S., Jacksonville, Fla. 2, 3: F.H.S. 3, 4: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Vice-Pres. Teen-Age Club 1, 2: Student Council 2: Beta Club 4: Football 4: Basketball 4. BETTY CROWDER Spunky . . . Varina . . . A'Ml11lbC' It's Because" . . . W.C, . . . hand motions . . . "jolly good fellow" . . . cherry cokes . . . little red trucks . . . New Hanover High School, Wilmington, N. C. 1: F.H.S. 2, 3, 41 Boosters' Club 2. 3: Teen-Age Club 2, 3, 4: Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4: Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3: Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 4: LGFH77l11l' Staff 4: F.H.A. 2: Future Teach- ers of America 3, 4: Pres. Future Teachers of America 4: Civinette Club 4: Girls' football team 4. MARIAN CULBRETH Soda Shoppe . . . boys . . . Beauty is a joy . . . Ocean Drive . . . "All the Things You Are" . . . Coconut Grove High School, Miami, Fla. 1: F.H.S. 1, 2, -tg Glee Club 1, 2: Spanish Club 3: Bible Club 1, 2, 3: Boosters' Club l, 2, 3: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Sec.-Treas. Teen-Age Club 4: Home Ec. Club 1: Summer School 3 Z Civinette Club 4: Sec, Civinette Club 4: Chorus of "Gypsy Troubaclouru 2: F.H,A. 4: Sponsor for Wilson game 4: LaFrIm1u' Staff 4: Tri-Hi-Y 4: Girls' Football Team 4. LEON DALE "Sonny" . . . Duke . . . Raleigh . . . "I Can Drrrzm, C'1I11't I" . . . Football . , . "17" , . . Everybody likes Sonny . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Monogram Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Key Club 3. 4: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 4: International Relations Club 3: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2, 4. PEARL DENTON "Shorty" . . . Greenville , , . "All fhf' Things You .4n"' . . E.C.T.C .... chocolate pie . . . dancing . . . "4T Nash" . . . dating . . . petite . . . F.H.S. l. 2, 3, 4: Boosters' Club 1, 2, 3: Glee Club 1, 3: Latin Club 3: Oivinette Club 4: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, Il, 4. fm T1I'L'1Ify-Tl 7 'Yr' .navy -A-9' Z5 Q, 3, . -nr"""d ww. .. A . 1 P000 TII'1'lIljlAF1IllT ivybiwhntim, ,,,,,.. ,iv ,X DAPHNE DEW "Red" . . . Myrtle Beach . . . "You'ru Breaking My Heart" . . . Peace-No . . . coconut pie . . , "Bobbie Jeanne" . . . shyness 'n dimples . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Band Letter Club 3, 4: Boosters' Club 3, 4: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Civinette Club 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Sextette 2, 3: Teen-Aire Club 1, 2. 3, 4, ETHEL DODSON "Gasoline" . . . "Hollow: of Roses" . . . cheeseburgers . . . swimming and divine . . . quiet simplicity . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3. 4: D. O. Club 4: Glee Club 3. WILLIAM CURTIS DOWD "Curtis" , . . Stedman . . . 'Toll'-Con' Bougitf' . . . Milk . . . likeable personality . . . Stedman High School 1, 2, 3, 4: 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4: F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 1, 2, 3. 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Baseball 2, 3, 4: Hon. Co-Captain Foitball 4: F.H.S. 5: D. 0. Club 5: Treas. D. O. Club 5: Chairman Executive Committee 1, 2, 3: Pres. 4-H Club 1, 2, 3: Sec. F.F.A. -1. RICHARD FRANCIS DUGAN, JR. "Dick" . . . Holy Cross . . . Newport, R, I .... seafood . . . girls . . . photos . . . witty , . . originality . . . Rogers High School, Newport, R. 1. 1, 2: F.H.S. 3, 4: Treas. Freshman Class 1: Pres. "Cub's Club" 1: Editor-in-Chief Cub Chrorzivbe 1: Football 1, 2: Baseball 1, 2: Basketball 1, 2: Treas. Sophomore Class 2: Ass't Sports Editor Red and Hlorlr 2: Spanish Club 3: Teen-Age Club 3: R.O.T.C. 2: Honor Roll 1, 2. J ANIE BELLE EDWARDS "Some Envharitrd Ev1'niny" . . . mountains . . . anything chocolate . . . traveling . . . "Quiet on the surface-but oh! underneath . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 1, 2: Beta Club 2, 3. 4: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Treas. Tri-Hi-Y 3: Delegate Tri-Hi-Y Conference 2: International Relations Club 3: Future Teachers of America 4: LaFamar Staff 4: Girl's Football team 4: Civinette Club 4. HOSSACK FRANKLIN ELLERBE "Frank" . . . "Begin the Bryuim"' . . . Atlanta . . . Wake Forest . . , Country Ham . . . Football . . . personality . . . sense of humor . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 1, 2: Glee Club 3: Boosters' Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Bible Club 2: Euylet Reporter 1: Bulldog Staff 4: Inter- natinal Relations Club 3, 4: Commerce Award 3: Freshman Basketball 1. BETTY ERSTLING "Betinka" . . . Coney Island . . . "You're Breaking My Heart" . . . W. C .... banana splits . . . swimming . . . dancin! . . . Algebra II . . . music . . . curly locks . , . F.H.S. 1, 2, 4: Summer School 3: Latin Club 1. 2: Beta Club 4: International Relations Club 4: Glee Club 2: Teen Age Club 4. STANFIELD FELTON "Scoopy" . . . Carolina . . . Baltimore . . . "I Can Dream. l'rLn't If" . . . sweet cake . . . orange drinks . . . Smooching . . . Half of a crazy pair . . . F'.H,S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Band Letter Club 1, 2, 3. 4: Band Boosters' Club 3, 4: Jr. Civitan 3, 4: Latin Club 1, 2: Boosters' Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Photography 2. DOROTHY FAYE FISHER "Snag" . . . Sears' Shoes, Shug . . . "My Darling" . , , W. C .... shrimp . . . Radio Station WLES . . . "To know her is to love her" . . , "Success is hers" . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Jr. Latin Club 1: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Dramatics Club 1: Boosters' Club 1. 2, fl: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Treas. 4: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Beta Club 2. 3, 4: Cast "Gypsy Troubadourn 2: Cast "The Seamless Robe" ZZ: Overhead Chairman Jr.-Sr. 3: U.D.C. Award Winner 3: Business Staff Miss F. H. S, contest 3: Fire Prevention Essay Contest Winner 3: Homeroom Chairman 4: Pres. Civinette Club 4: Girl's Football Team 4: Class Historian 4: LuFama1- Staff 4: Business Staff Senior Play 4: Most Likely to Succeed 4. Lois DALE FLEISH MAN "Boots" . . . Raleigh . . . "Maybe You'II Br The-r:"' . . . W.C .... dressed for the occasion . . , steak . . . red con- vertibles . . . State College . . . F. H. S. 1, 2, 3, 4: LaFrln1m- Staff 4: Chairman We'coming Committee Jr.-Sr. 3: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 4: Latin Club 1, 3: Spanish Club 4: Teen-Age Club 1, 4: Cast of "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" 4: Library Staff 1: Future Teachers of America Club 3. 4: Program Chairman 4: International Relations Club 4: Civinette Club 4: Girl's Football Team 4: Good Manners Skit 2. KATHRYN GRADY "Kitty" . . . Tallahassee, Fla .... "IFS Mayif' . . . cheese- burger . . . soft spoken . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5: Teen-Age Club 1, 2: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Dramatics Club -1: Home Eu. Club 3: D. O. Club 5. BUDDY GREEN "G0ardhead" . . . "Again" . . . Myrtle Beach . . . Carolina . . . French fries and Milkshakes . . . Fishing . . . friendly . . . courteous . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 1, 2: Teen-Age Club 2, 3, -1: Key Club 3, 4: Hi-Y Club 2. 3, 4: Monogram Club 3, 4: Sec. Fresh. Class 1: Vice-Pres. Soph. Class 2: Pres. Jr. Class 3: Jr. Varsity football 1, 2: Varsity football 3, 4: Treas. Monouram Club 4: Freshman basketball 1: Jr. Varsity Basketball 2: Varsity Basketball 3: Pres. Hi-Y 4. FLORA GRUBY "Flo" . . . White Lake . . . "That Luvlfy Old Sun" . . . lovable . . . fried chicken . . , swimming . . . blue . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Teen-Age 1, 2, 54: Library Club 2: Home Ee. Club 2: D. O. Club 4, JARVIS EUGENE GUST "Mulley" . . . "Someday" . . . Summit Ave. . . . Purdue . . . baseball . . . apple pie . . . blond hair . , . quiet per- sonality . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Teen-Age Club 4: Monogram Club 3, -1: Baseball 3, 4: Band 2, 3: Radio Club 1. GEORGE W. HALL, JR. 'tGiHS" . . . Wake Forest . . . Fried Chicken . . . Carolina Beach . . . swimming . . . "Ole" Man River" . . . quietness supreme . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2: Teen-Age Club 3, 4. DONALD HARTON "Junior" . . . N. C. State . . . Wilmington . . . "Now ls fhe Hour" . . , black-eyed peas . . , basketball , . . driving a Cadillac . . . fun loving . . . good natured . . . New Hanover High, Wilmington, N. C., 1, 21 R.O.T.C. 1, 2: F.H.S. 3, 4: Teen-Age Club 3, 4: Jr. Civitan 3, 4. . Rfk 8' gnu: we 'sqyfA2f 'qui ,rf 'lN!"I Page Tuwnly-Five x - I' gif .AHL wax, A Page Twmzfy-Si.1' We an-"""! ROBERT ALFORD HASTY "Colon" . . . Carolina . . . Ocean Drive . . . "Again" . . . steak . . . Football . . . fun loving . . good natured . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 2: Dramatics Club 2: Photography Club 2: Football 1, 3: Spanish Club 4: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 4: D. O. Club 4. BOBBY LEE HAWKINS "Chic" . - - "SvHr1y Boy" . . . Ocean Drive . . . Wake Forest . . . Hamburger Steak . . . baseball . . . quiet manners . . . well dressed . . . shootin' pool . . . hunting . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 1: Teen-Age Club 1, 2. KATHRYN HAWLEY , "Kitty" . . . hamburgers . . . beautician . . . "Mounglow" . . . basketball . . . music . . . H36 Ford" . . . sweet and sincere . . . Hamlet High School 1: F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: Catholic Bible Club 2: Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4: Sec. 4: Beta Club 4: Teen-Age Club 2. MARGARET ANNE QPEGGYJ HAWLEY "Red" . . . White Lake . . . "The Best Things In Life Are Frm-" . . . Meredith . . . ffied chicken . . . clothes . . . "34" . . . Wake Forest . . . sparkling vitality . . , originality . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Boosters' Club 1, 2, 3: Dramaties Club 1, 2: Spanish Club 2: Jr. Latin Club 3: Sr. Latin Club 4: Future Teachers of America 4: Miss F.H.S. Committee 3: Chairman of Jr.-Sr. Flower Committee 3: Homeroom Chairman 1: Glee Club 1, 3, 4: Civinette Club 4: Office Staff 1, 2, 3: International Relations Club 3: Photography Club 1. 2: LaFamac Staff 4: Girl's Football Team 4: Most Original 4. FRANCES FAYE HENDERSON "Blondie" . . , Denver, Colo .... "Forever and Ever" . University of Colorado . . . fried chicken . . . swimming . . . band trips . . . motorcycles . . . horseback riding . . . musical minded . . . F.H.S. 1, 3, 4: Colorado Springs Junior High School 1: Mancos High School 2: Dramatics Club 12 Latin Club 1: Timberline Club 1: Rough Riders 1: Treas. Of Class 2: F.H,A, 2: Historian of F.H.A. 2: G.A.A. 21 Basket- ball 2: Mutual Improvement Assoc. 2: Rhythm Rustlers 2: The Jive Five 2: Glee Club 1: Band. 1, 2, 3, 4: Gold and Green Ball 2: Spanish Club 3: International Relations Club 3: Library Ass't 2: Friendship Club 3, 4: Treas. of Friendship Club 3: Band Letter Club 4: Debating Club 4: Photography Club 1: Boosters' Club 1. BILLY HERRING "Bill" . . . "Deep Purple" . . . Carolina Beach . . . studying medicine . . . steaks and French fries . . . basketball . . . storehouse of knowledge . . . quiet manner . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 1, 2: Student Council 3: Beta Club 3, 4: History Award 3. VIVIAN EDWARD HOLLINSHED, JR. "Hollowhead" . . . N. C. State . . . Fayetteville is fine . . . "Again" . . . anything but collards . . . basketball . . . corny but cute . . . originality . . . F.H.S 1, 2, 3, 4: Sr. Hi-Y 3, 4: Latin Club 1, 2: Band Letter Club 4: Teen.Aze Club 1, 2. 3. 4: Band 1, 3. 4: Jr. LaFanzac Page 3: LuFumar staff 4: Glee Club 3. BOBBY LEE HOLMES "Little Torso" . . . Wake Forest . . . Raleigh . . . "I Can Dream, fwllllivf I" . . . Shrimp and French Fries . . . Tennis . . , Basketball . . . "The Best There Is" . . . fun loving . . . F.H,S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 1, 2: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Jr. Var. Football Manager 2: Jr. Civitan Club 4: Swimming Team 3. DOBBIN HOLMES "Bo" . . . "Dobbin, Jr." . . . "Old Fashioned Lou1"' . . Greensboro . . . Wake Forest . . . oysters . . . football . . "Cassanova Gree Kaiser" . . . driving . . . Austin . . . pool JEANNE HOLMES "Jeannie" . . . Atlanta Southern . . . Wrightsx'ille Beach . . All Music . , . Bar-xB-Q , . . swimming . . . football . , . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Scottish Dancers 2: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 43 Boosters' Club 1, 2: Glee Club 2, 3: G.A.A, 2: Spanish Club 1' Home Ee. 2: Library 1. STEPHEN THOMAS HORNE, JR. "T-Bone" . . . bowling . . . State . . . HIHOTTIYIIJIU . . . Har-B-Q . . , Raleigh . , . good natured , . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, ZZ, 3, 4: Latin Club 1, 2: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 4. DORA DUKE HOWARD "Duke" . . . White Lake . . . "Forever and Euer" . . . secretary . . . Kindness is gift . . . hamburgers . . . playing records . . . swimming . . . Fayetteville High School 1, 2, 3, 4: Teen-Age Club 1, 3: Spanish Club 2. CHARLES LESTER How1E "Charlie" . . . George Washington Univ .... Washington, D. C. . , . "Shanti, Town" . . . Fried Chicken . . . sense of humor . . . F.H.S, 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Bible Club 1, 2: Bulldog Staff 4: Library Science 3, 4: Business Staff "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" 4. WEBB HUGHES "Go Get 'Em" . . . P.C .... Carolina Beach . . . "Lark-y Old Sun" . . . apple pie . . . fun loving . . cheerful . . . girls . . . house parties . . . dancing . . . F'.H.S. 1, 2. 3, 4: Glee Club 1: Boosters' Club 1, 2, 3: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 4: D. O. Club 1: Dramatics Club 1: Latin Club 1: Jr. Varsity Football 1: Freshman Basketball 1. LILLIAN HULON "Lil" . . . Page's Lake . . . Bar-B-Q . . . baseball . . . Worth's . . . "Blues Stay Away From MN' . . . cokes . . . eating . . . sweet and thoughtful . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Home Ec. Club 2: Glee Club 1, 4: D. O. Club 4. HAROLD JERNIGAN "Bantam" . . . Presbyterian College . . . Fayetteville . . . "Forever and Ever" . . . fried shrimp . . . football . . . basketball . . . cute . . . popular . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5: Band 2, 3, 4: "B" Team Football 2, 3: Varsity Football 4, 5: "B" Team Basketball 2: Hi-Y 2: House of Rep. 3: Home Room Chairman 4: Teen-Age Club 2, 3, 4, 5: Band Letter Club 3, 4: Student Council 4: Monogram Club -lg Spanish Club 5: Stage Manager "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" 5. Z i Q ff ci. 410145, "W ww MW' THIN! Maile agmns. 'W "-lug Wu. Airs, -rv Page 7'zu11Iy-Sezwzl nun, 'Vw-1 QVUY' M55 lb , X. , Page Tzuenly-Iiifflzr ,..,...---H EUGENE HOMER JOHNSON "Bubba" . . . Asheville . . . "lil" . . . Ann . . . Coconut Pie . . . "I UnrI1frslrinfI" . . . Wake Forest . . . good natured . . . Stedman High 1, 2: F.H,S. 3, 4, 5: J. V. Football 3: Varsity Football 4, 5: Baseball 3. 4, 5: French Club 4: Monogram Club 4, 5: Teen-Age Club 3, 4. JAMES R. JOHNSON, JR. "Sonny" . . , "wmv In ri Whilc" . . . Duke . . . swimming . . . okra . . . Mercuries . . . New Orleans . . . skipping . . . intellect . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2. 3. 4: Band Letter Club 2. 3, 4: Teen-Age Club 2, 3, 4: EagIet1Staif 1: Eagle Staff 2: Jr. Civitan 3, 4: Sgt. at Arms Jr. Civitan 3: Sec. Treas, Jr. Civitan 4: Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3: Library Staff 3: Debating Club 4: Mgr. Advertising Staff of "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" 4: International Relations Club 3: Latin Club 1: L11Fumm' Staff 4. BEN JONES State "Cow" College . . . Carolina Beach . . . "Dixie" . . - Milkshakes , . . "Yon Can Eat With ai Spoon" . . . basketball . . . 'coon hunting . . . "fishing" . . . jovial . . . friendliness . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2: Library Staff 1, 2: Library Club 1, 2: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Jr. Civitan Club 3, 4. DONALD JORDAN "Donnie" . . . U. S. Coast Guard Academy . . . Orlando, Fla .... "Sunrise Serenu1Ir"' . . . all good food . . . football . . . golf , . . brilliant . . . likeable personality . . . Robert Fl. Lee High School, Jacksonville, Fla. 1, 2, 3: F.H.S. 4: Camera Club 3: Senior Fellow's Club 3. MARY LAVENIA J OYNER Carolina Beach . . . devil's food cake . . . Carolina . . . Western Cuts . . . "Sh1"s Lonely, She's Young, Shefs Engaged" . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Office Staff 4: Boosters' Club 1. 2: Clee Club 3: Treas. Glee Club 3: Latin Club 2: Teen-Age Club 1. 2, 3: G.A.A. 4. NICK KANOS "Greek" . . . Davidson . . . Winston-Salem . . . "So Tired" . . . Steak . . . football . . . tall, dark. and handsome . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Jr. Latin Club 1: Sr. Latin Club 2: Teen- Age Club 1, 2, 3, 4: HH" team football 2, 3: Varsity football 4: "li" Basketball 2: Freshman Basketball 1. EDWARD J. KENNEDY "Mule" . . . Navy . . . Carolina . . . "Low Sirk Blues" . . . Spaghetti . . . Me-at . . . football . . . good looking . . . likeable personality . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: D. O. Club 4: Homeroom Chairman 1, 2. MARILYN KERTZMAN "15evie" . . . Chapel Hill . . . "Again" . , , W.C,U.N,C, . . . spaghetti . . . green convertibles . . . Mike . . . good natured . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Summer School Session 3: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3: Spanish Club 2: Boosters' Club 1, 2: Glee Club 2: International Relations Club 4: G.A.A. 1. JAMES THOMAS LAYTON, JR. "Bubba" . . . Carolina . . . Virginia Beach . . . "Lru'l:J1 Uh! Sim." . . . hot dogs . , . football . . . full of fun . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: The Academy of Richmond C runty, Augusta. Ga., 3: "B" team Football 1: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2: Dramatics Club 2: Bible Club 1 : International Relations Club 3: R.O.T.C. fl: Hi-Y 3: Chaplain 3. MARGARET ANN LEE "Ann" . . . Page's Lake . . . "My Hr1,ppi:u'ss" . . . Peace . , . fried chicken . . . movies . . . music , . . travel . . . "Sweet as sugar" . . . Tar Heel High School 1, 2: F.H.S. 3, 4: Beta Club 2, Il, 4: Glee Club l, 2: 4-H Club l. 2: Sec, of 4-H Club 1: Jr.-Sr. Waitress 1: Softball 1, 2: Soph. intellect 2: Pres. Freshman Class 1: Prms. Soph. Class 2: I,aI"amln' Staff 4: Office Staff 4: Prompter "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" 4: Civinctte Club 4. EUGENE LINKOUS "Gene" . . , Wake Forest . . . Roanoke, Va .... "Il'Iulc Train" . . . Devil Food Cakc . . . Baseball . . . Bowling . . . unpredictable . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 1, 2: Teen- Age 1, 2, 3, 4: Bible Club 1, 2: Boosters' Club 1, 2. MARY ELIZABETH LUCAS "Lib" . . . White Lake , . . "Till Then" . . . "Pretty is as pretty does" . . . Fried Chicken . . . high stepper , . . having a good time . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 42 Glee Club 4: Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4: Baton Club 1, 2: Band Letter Club 3, 4: Treas. of F.H.A. 4: Boosters' Club 1, 2: Civinette Club 4. CHRISTINE BECKY MANOS "Becky" . . . Salonika . . . Greece . . . Ulfhflnsoflfl in HlI1f"' . . . small in body-brilliant in mind . . . hamburgers with pickles and mustard . . . music . . . drama . . . be-bop . . . convertibles . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, Ji, 4: Salonika High Schowl, Salonika, Greece 33 Beta Club 2, 3, 4: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2: Latin Club 1, 2: Staff of Englwf 1: Art Editor of Eaglr 2: Chorus of "Gypsy Troubadourn 2: Boosters' Club 1, 2: Teenette Club 1, 2: Teen-Age Club I. 2, 3: Triangular Debator 2: Debating Club I, 2, 3, 4: Treas, nf Debating Club 2: Vice-Pres. and Program Chairman of Debating Club 4: Band Majorette 1: Library Staff 1, 2: Library Club 1: Business Staff of Bulldog 1: Journalism Club 1: Civinette Club 4: LnI"rimrn' Staff 4: Girls' Football Team -1. GUS MANOS "Little Mike" . . . Wake Forest . . . Coney Island . . . "Lucky Ulrl Sun" . . . sirloin steak . . . football . . . quiet . . . pleasant . . . Fayetteville High School 1, 2, 3, 4: Teen- Age Club Il, 4: Latin Club 1, 2: Bible Club 2. JOAN REBECCA MAULTSBY "Joe" , . . Ocean Drive . . . personality plus . . . "ll" . . . "O. K. Gang, Let's Yell l" . . . "The ring" . . . Wake Forest . . . "Sentimcn!u.I Reasons" . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4: Boosters' Club 1. 2. 3: Sec. 2: Cheerleader 2. 3, 41 Head Cheerleader 4: Chief Marshal 3: Glee Club 1, 4: Dramatics Club 1. 2, 3: Cast of Easter play 3: Cast of "Lady and the Juggler" 3: Girls' football team 4: G,A.A, 4: Vice- Pres. G.A.A. 4: I-',H.A. 4: Pres. 4: Co-Chairman Decoration for Jr.-Sr. 3: Runner Up Miss F.H.S. 3: LriFa1rmc Staff 4: Civinette Club 4: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Bust All Hound 4. HAROLD MERIAN "Fiji" . , . State . . . Fayetteville . . . "Thai Lucky! Ol' Sun" . . . char-broiled steak . . . Football . . . Baseball . . . fun loving . . . friendliness . . . Personality plus . . . F.H.S. 1. 2, 3, 4: Teen-Age Club 4: Jr. Varsity Football 3: Varsity Team 4. Pczgt' Tlfillfflex W' 'Ulf We Mrs. 'WP' Page Thirty 140: HUIQQX 'vt .,,...q, - ,sf ...mn-11" '- SHIRLEY GIBSON MILLS "Shirl" . . . Ocean Drive . . . "Begin the Beguinvn . . . high ideals . . . dark n' mysterious . . . Wake Forest . . . competition for lturbi . . . having parties . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 1, 2: Englet Staff 1: Boosters' Club 1: LaFn.mac Staff 4: Future Teachers of America 4: Civinette Club 4: Teenette Club 1: Cast "Seamless Robe" 2: Chorus "Gypsy Troubadourn 2: Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Chorus "The Juggler and the Lady" 3: Home Ec. Club 3: Miss F.I-I S. Comm. 3: Feature Editor Eaglf- Staff 2: Jr.-Sr. Comm. DENNIS MINTZ "Sherlock" . . . N. C. State . . . Carolina Beach . . . "As Time Goes Hy" . . , Beef steak and onions . , . baseball . . . boxing: . . . quiet manner . . . Linden High, Linden, N. C. 1, 2, 3: Baseball 1. 2, 3: F.F.A. 1, 2: D. 0. 4: F.H.S. 4. JOAN MURPHY "Murph" . . . Lansing, Mich .... "Don't Cry Joe" . Mich. State . . . French fries . . . horse back riding . . . roller skating . . . traveling . . . northern accent . . . Heidelberg High, Germany 1, 2: Eastern High, Lansing, Mich 3: F.H.S. 4: Homeroom President 2: Homeroom Representative 4: Homcroom Sec. 2: Rainbow Girls Club 3: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3: Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4: Home Ec. Club 2: G.A.A. 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. PAUL MCARTHUR, JR. "Spoodle" . . . U.N.C ,... Ocean Drive . . . "Sum1rwrtim.c" . . . chocolate cake . . . Football . . . physique . . . whistles . . , friendly . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Beta Club 2, 3, 4: Monogram Club 3, 4: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4: Key Club 3, 4: Latin Club 1, 2: Bible Club 1: Marshal 3: Freshman Basketball 1: "B" Team 2: Varsity Football 3, 4: Boys' Double Quartet 4: Scottish Dancers 3, 4: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 4: LaI"a'm,ac staff 4: Jr.-Sr. Committee 3: Glee Club 4. ROBERT LEON MCGLYNN Mlirilf' . . . Notre Dame . . . Chicago . . . t'Tl'Lc Afternoon nf rt I"aun." . . . Hamburgers . . . tennis . . . brilliant . . . music . . . Bragg Brat . . . F.H.S. 1, 3, 4: De La Salle High School, Chicago, Ill. 2: Band 1, 2: Football Manager 1: Honor Roll 2: Auxiliary Club 2: Bulldog Staff 3, 4: Jr.-Sr. Committee 3: American Legion Americanism Award 3: l,uF'umna Staff 4: Spanish Club 4: Editor of LILFUTYEUC 4: Editor of the Hullrloy 4: Pres. Sr. Class 4. GEORGE JARVIS MCMILLAN "Hotrod" . . . "Mulv Train" . . . Ocean Drive . . . State . . . basketball . . . working on old cars . . . brilliance supreme . . . independent thinker . . . Lindley Jr. High School, Greensboro, N. C. 1: Greensboro Senior High School 2: F.H.S. 3, 4: Red Cross Representative 1: Homeroom Pres. 2: Student Council Representative 3: Greensboro Youth Center 2: School Play 1: Teen-Age Club 3, 4: Hi-Y 1: Program Chairman 1. KATHRYN DORIS MCMILLAN Greensboro . . . "I Can Drvam, Llllllit I" . . . Meredith . . . "Kindness is dearer than gold" . . . chocolate cake . . . sewing . . . "Trier" . . . music . . . Lindley Jr. H. S., Greens- boro 1: Greensboro Sr. H. S.. Greensboro 2: F.H.S. 3, 4: Y-Teen 1, 2: treasurer 1: delegate to Y-Teen State con- ference 1: Vice-Pres. Y-Teen 2: Greensboro Youth Center 2: International Relations Club 3: Future Teachers of America Club 3, 4: Vice-Pres. 4: Teen-Age Club 3, 4: Spanish Club 4: ViceaPres. 4: Tri-Hi-Y 4: Beta Club 4: Glee Club 1: Student Council Rep. 1: Treas. Homeroom 2: LaFnrnar' staff 4: Sub- Dtb Club 1, 2: Civinetto 4: Girls' football team 4: Office staff 4. MARY LOU COLVIN MCNEILL "Lou" . . . Wrightsville . . . "Two Sleepy People" . . . petite . . . cokes and potato chips . . . swimming . . . dancing: . , . F.H.S. 1, 2, 4: Beta Club 2, 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 4: Girls' Octette 4: Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 4: Program Chairman 2: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 4: Latin Club 1, 2: Boosters' Club 1, 2: Hull Dog staff 4: Advertising Manager 4. MARILYN NELSON Littleton, Mass .,.. candy . , , swimming . . . hiking . . . reading , . . Littleton High School, Littleton, Mass, 1, 42 Tokyo American H. S., Tokyo. Japan 1, 2, 3: F.H.S. 4: Glue Club 1, 4: A Capella Choir 3: Teen-Age Club 2. 3: Interna- tional Relations Club 4. JEANNIE PAGE "Cuddles" , Greensboro . . . "Some1Ir1y" . , . Woman's College . . . Cheeseburpzers , . . Baseball . . . Facial Expressions . . . Sudden outbursts of laughter . . . F.H,S, 1, 2, 3, 4: Boosters' Club 1, 2: Glee Club 1, 2: Protestant Bible Club 2: Spanish Club 2. RICHARD PARKER "Fiddle" . . . West Point . . . Garmisch, Germany . . . t'Whitf Cliffs of Dover" . . . spaghetti . . . skiing . . . witty . . . sincere . . . Munich High School, Germany 1, 2, 3: F.H,S. 4: Pres. Teen-Agers Club 2, 3: Student Council ZZ: Manager Football, Basketball. and Baseball 3: Class Pres. 2: Vice-Pres. 3: Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3. WEEKS PARKER, JR. "Professor" . . . Wake Forest . . . Myrtle Beach . . . "Rhapsody iw Blum' . . . corned-beef hash . . . bowling , . . quiet manner . , . F.H.S, 1, 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2. 3. 4: Band Letter Club 4: Radio Club 2. 3, 4: Pres. Radio Club 2, 3, 4: Friendship Club 3, 4: D. O. Club 4: Sec. D. O, Club 43 Teen-Aire Club 1, 2, Si, 4. BARBARA ANNETTE WEEKS PATE Shrimp . . . "Salty" . . . "Where're she goes-there's drama" . . . convertibles . . . South Carolina . . . F.H.S. 1, 2. 45 Summer School 3: Dramatics Club 1: Latin Club 1, 2: Teen- Age Club 1, 2, -1: Debating Club 2, 4: Boosters' Club 1: Director of "The Boar" 1 3 Cast of "The Gypsy Troubadour" 1 3 Cast of "The Juggler and the Lady" 2: International Relations Club -1: Cast of "Our Hearts Were Young: and Gay" 43 Beta Club 4. DELORES PEPPEL Blue eyes . . married . . . sweet and sincere . . . loves army life . . nice to know . . . F.H.S. 4. ARNALDO DEL PILAR "Pipe" . . . Pork Chops . . . El Yunque, Luquello, Puerto Rico . , . The Danza-Below the Shadow of a Pine Tree . . . Mayaquez . . . six feet . . . dark eyes . . . black hair . . . lsabela. High School, Puerto Rico 1, 2, 3: F.H.S. 4: Glee Club 1: English Club 2: Art Club 2: Dancing Club 3: Teen- Axre Club 4. EDGAR ALLAN POE III Duke . . . "In fhr Still of fhf' Night" . . . anythiny: edible . . . classical music . . . studious , . . reliable . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 43 Band 1, 2: Debating: Club 1. 2: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 4: School Radio Program 2: Latin Club 1, 2, 3: Beta Club 2, 3, 4: Radio Club 3: International Relations Club 3: Boys' State 33 l.uFnmuf- Staff 4: Most Studious -l. My , is-Q , ff :KAY nu- bl' We -, .Hi sm vilndis 'K WW? Md, N.,-' -Ifff i ' .., ' ' QA, an - V Z W.. ..x-QP!" ' 2 f a"c:v'Aa as It V I V u. va l , I x . Plljlf' 7'liif'!J1-Om' W' Tlri1'ly-Tlro BETTY CULBRETH QUEEN "Betsy" . . . Elkin . . . E.C.T.C .... hunting . . . swimming . . . sweet and sincere . . . anything eatable . . , having fun , . . "I Can. Dream., C'nn'B I" . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 1, 2: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: G.A.A. 1, 4: Boosters' Club 2: Eagflft Staff 1: Engle staff 2: Debating Club 4: Jr.-Sr. Committee 3: Tri-Hi-Y 4: Lr1Frm1fu: staff 4: Cast of "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" 4: Civinette Club 4: Girl's Football Team 4. CAROLYN RIDDLE ".I1'nlous Hv'urY" . . . Chocolate cake . . . .Carolina Beach . . . sitting: up late . . . ideal girl . . . Fayetteville High School l, 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 1: Glee Club 2: Cirl's Athletic Association 4. JOYCE ROSE "Blondie" . . . 'Wiofufnfglhl SlllI'Cfh1'llTfH . . . Shrirnps . . . Banana Splits . . . Ocean Drive . . . Dancing . . . "Ohl that blonde hair" . . . Linden High School 1: F.H.S. 2, 3, 4: lnternational Relations Club 3: D, 0. Club 4: Dramatics 3: Home Ee. 2: Teen-Age Club 3, 4. WALTER SCOTT RUSS "Scott" . . . N. C. State . . . Atlanta . . . "Soni-willy" . . . French fries . . , football . . . independent thinker . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Homeroom Chairman 1: Beta Club 2, 3, 4, Radio Club 2, 3, 4: Teen-Age Club 2, 3, 4: Glee Club Z: Chorus of "Gypsy Troubadourn 2: Toast Comm, Jr.-Sr. 3: Boosters' Club 3: Stedman Essay Award 3: Bulldog staff 4: LnFn mar' staff 4. DICK SAULS "Dick" . . . "That Lurlry UI' Sun" . . . Hollywood, Fla. . . , strawberry short cake . . . football . . . mischievous . . . wit . . , Sbellman High School, Shellman, Ga. 1, 2: Tho Nutshell 1: F.F.A. 1. 2: 4-H Club 1: Columbia High School, Columbia, S. C. 2: HiSteppers 2: Memorial Youth Center 22 Red Bank High Schml, Red Bank, N. .I. 3: H1lf'r'1l1lf'CT 32 Air Scouts 3: Band 3: track squad 3: F.H.S. 4. CHARLES WILLIAM SCHREINER, JR. "Turtle" . . . Duke . . . Windy Hill . . . "Good Night Swfw-Hn'u'rf" . . . sea food . . . miler . . . dependability . , . efficiency plus . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Band Letter Club 2, 3, 4: Vice-Pres, 3: Debating Club 1, 2: Beta Club 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Int.rnational Relations Club 3, 4: Pres. I-l: Latin Club 1, 2: Business staff Eagle? 1: Master of Ceremonies Jr.-Sr. 3: Jr. Civitan Club 3, 4: Vice-Pres. 3: Friendship Club 4: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Assembly Planning Comm. 4: Student Council 4: Pres. Student Body 4: Freshman Basketball 1 3 Track 3: l,nI"rm1fu' staff 4: Delegate Boys' State 3: All State Band 4. WILBURN EUGENE SCRUCGS "Goo Goo" . . . Yale . . . fried chicken . . . basketball . . . 0226" . . . Dublin . . . station wagons . . . friendly and carefree . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Jr. Latin Club 1: Efiglet Staff 1: Bible Club 1, 15: Homeroom Chairman 2: Beta Club 2, 3, 4: Sr. Latin Club 2: Eagle' staff 2: Jr. Varsity Basketball 2: Key Club 3, 4: Sr. Hi-Y 3: Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3: Monogram Club 3, 4: Manager Football Team 3: Varsity Basketball 3, -fl: Football 4: Baseball 3, 4: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 4. TONY HARRELL SESSOMS "Little Neil" . . . Carolina . . . Greensboro . . . "My Happin1's:4" . . . Friutl Chicken . . . driving: Oldsmoblles . . . "Reckless" . , . hayritles . . . Band . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3. 43 Band 2, 3, -1: Band Letter Club 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2: Boosters' Club 3: Radio Club 32 Lamhlixzhtefs Orchestra 3: Jr. Civitan Club 3. 4: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 4- GILLIE DARST SHAW W.C.U.N.C .... "f'f'f'1f PlH'plr"' . . . Ocean llrive . . macaroon rookies . . . Ilepenrlable . . . sense of humor . . . happy as spring: . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, fi, 4: lieta Club 2, 3. 4: Pres. 4: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Sxrt. at Arms 3: Ti,-en-A119 Club 1, 2, 3, -1: Homeroom Chairman 1, 343 Member Housr. of Representatives 2: Latin Club 1, 11: Feature Editor I'frIyflr'f 1: Co-Flrlltor lfaylf- 2: l.r11-'rzzmir staff 4: International Relations Club 4: Home llc. Club 3: lioostcrs' Club 1. 2, 3: Future Teacht-rs America 4: Civinette Club 4: Chairman Jr.-Sr. Evenim: Dress Comm. Ci: Toast at Jr.-Sr. Ii: Teonette Club 1: Glve Club 1, 2, Zi: Seplette 3: Octette 4: Cast "Seamless Robe" 2: Chorus "Gypsy 'I'r0ubarlour" 2: Cast "Our Hearts VVcre Young anzl Gayi' 4: Chorus "The Juurrler and the La4ly" Ji: Chorus Easter Program 34: Miss F.H.S. Comm. fi: Runner-up Play Awarfl 341 Co-Captain Girls' I'lootba'l Team 4: Most 1JeI'en1lable Girl 4. KATE THOMAS SHAW "Kay" . . . White' Lake . . . quiet disposition . . . "Ynu'rr So l'mIrrstomlI'ug1" . . . McLeaFl's Mansion . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3. 4: Iiaton Club 1: Teen-Age Club 4: Library Assis- tant 4: International Relations Club 4. MARY JANET SHORE "J: P." Shore . . . Ocean Drive . . . "I-'ffl fl' My Hr'41rt" . . . Wake Forest . . . Fudge Royal Ice Cream . . . Soda Shop . . . "A Pretty Girl ls Like a Melody" . . . F.H.S. 1, ZZ, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2: Boosters' Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Senator 2: Dramatics Club 2: Spanish Club 55: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Sponsor of Rocky Mount Game 4: Student Council Repre- sentative 4: Civinette Club 4: Best Looking Girl 4. RRADA FRANCES SLAUGHTER "Kayla" . . . Ocean Drive . . . ".f1Iu'r1ya" . . . 314119 pie . . . phone calls . . . "Precious things come in small packages" . . . rlancim: rloll . . , friendliness . . . F.H.S, 1, ZZ. 3. 4: Teenctte Club 1, 2: Boosters' Club 1, 2. 3: Dramatics Club 1: Latin Club 1. 2: Gossip Editor Euyflrf 1: Gossip Editor Hayle Staff 2: Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2. 3. 4: Sec. of Soph. Tri-Hi-Y 2: Jr.-Sr. Waitress 2: Home Ev, Club 3: Cheerleader fl, 4: Glee Club 1, 2, Ji, 4: Beta Club 2, Zi, 4: Chorus and Dancer of "Gypsy Troubamlouru 2: Chairman of Jr -Sr. Fiyrurc 3: Miss Committeo 3: Treas, Beta Club 4: I.aFrInm,- staff 4: G.A.A. 4: Civinette Club 4: Sec. F.H.A. Club 4: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, Ii. 4: Pres. Teen-Age Club 4: Girls' Football Team 4: Most Frienrlly 4. BETTY ROSE SMITH "Rosy" . . . Carolina lieach . . . "All My Low Ilvlorlgfs to You." . . . Chicano . . . tall 'n good lookin' , . . frif-cl chicken . . . marching . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Baton Club 1: Majoretto 1. 2, 25, 4: lianrl Lettcr Club 14. 4: Teen-Age Club 3, 4: liiusti-rs' Club 1, 2: Photography Club 1. 2: Sec. Treas. Photography Club 4: G.A.A. 4: Glee Club 4. LEE SMITH "Cotton" . . . Presbyterian College . . . Richmond. Va. . . . "Ulu: Hirrl of Ilrippinvssu . . . just foorl . . . "Iii" . . . football . , . sleepin: . . , jolly . . . friendly . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4. 5: "li" Tcam Football 2, il: Track 2, 4: Home-room Chairman fi: Varsity Football 4. 5: Hull Dug staff 4: Interna- tional Relations Club 4: Monogram Club 4. WESLEY RUTHERFORD SMITH MAN "lit:-ISU" . , . P.C .... Rat-ford . . . "l'l.l Sfring .Hong 11'iIh Yau" . . . Steak and French fries . . . "12" . . . easy-going . . . outstanding . . . Holtfs Parties , , . F.H.S. 1, 2, 25, 4: Jr. Var. Football 1, 2: Varsity Football Ii, 4: Boosters' Club 1. 2, 3: Spanish Club 11: Key Club il, 4: Monogram Club 3, 4: Pres. 4: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, fi, 4: Marshal 3: Baseball Manauer il: Vic-.--P1-es. Sulfh- Class 2: Jr.-Sr. Comm. 25. VVILLIAM CARMON SNIPES "Sunny" . . , N. C. State . . . Wilmington . . , "LH Hou' 1 Hrzfv lo HM l'p In Ihr IlIorufngl" . , . coconut cake . . . basketball . . . Qasy going . . , "he's real nice!" , . . F.H.S. 1. 2, 3. 4: Teen-Age Club 1, 2. Zi, 4: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4: Vice- 1 President Hi-Y 1: Delegate Hi-Y Conference L: Latin Club 1, 2: Key Club 3, 4: Vice-President Key Club 3: Friendship Club 4: lianfl 2, Zi, 4: Band Letter Club 3, 4. KVA? XQ --Q, ,f"'Q 4 .yah , W' 7T""V I- 4 ,MW .. .W ,,... 11's-W' 'fl flllflt Tlzirly-'I'1ll an- 'Wk fail ,K with "Wh-' af" Pagc Tllirfy-Four -,Q-of Q1 HELEN SOLOMON Philadelphia, Pa .... "l'0u'r'4' Brwnkiny My Heart" . . . dancing: . . . basketball . . . turkey with dressing . . . sentimental songs . . . movies . . , t'ThouQh new, she's known" . . , Glassboro High, Glassboro, N. J., 1, 23 Atlantic City High, Atlantic City, N. J. 3: St. Petersburg High, St. Petersburg, Fla. 4: F.H.S. -1: Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 4: Dramatics Club 1. 2: Glee Club 1, 2: Member of Rim: Comm. 1 :Alternate Rep. Student Council, ROBERT WILLIAM STEPHENS "Hobby" . . . Carolina . . . "Wedding Bells" . . . Cocoanut pie . . . baseball . . . quiet disposition . . , Fayetteville High School 1, 2, 3, 4: D. O. Club 4. WILLIAM RUFFIN CBILLJ STRICKLAND "Meanie" , . . Davidson . . . Charlotte . . . married man . . , sports . . . football . , . steak . . . "36" . . . strong character . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3. 4, 5: Vice-Pres. Fresh. Class: D. O. Club 1: Sec. D. O. Club 1: Hulldoy Staff 1: Sports Editor Hlllfrlufl 1: Latin Club 2: Pres. Latin Club 2: Sports Editor Latin Newspaper 2: Beta Club 2, 3, 4: "B" Team Football 1, 2, 3: Varsity Football 4, 5: Captain "B" Team 2: Eagle Scout 1: Student Council 1, 3: Jr.-Sr. Committee 3: Key Club 3. 4: Pres. Key Club 4: Vice-Pres. Jr. Class: Boys' Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4, 5: Tcen-Age Club l, 2, 3. 4, 5: Biosters' Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Advertising Staff of "And Came the Spring" 4: Most Likely to Succeed 4: Vice- Pres. Sr. Class 5. EDDIE SUMNER "Eddie" . . . Duke . . . Steak . . . Basketball . . . NY,0IL'f8 Hrv11l.'r'ng MJ! Henri" . . . Needham Broughton High 1, 2: Jr. Civitan Cub 4: Spanish Club 4: Radio Club 3. 4: Band Letter Club 41 L11FfIm1II' Staff 4. STANLEY ARNOLD TESLER t"l'ex" . . . Carolina . . . Miami Beach . . . "Thwsc Foolish Things" . . . Lobster . . . Girls . . '. witty . . . Originality . . . F.H.S. 1, 2. 3, -I: Band 1, 2. 3, 4: Drum Major 3. 4: Band Letter Club 3, 4: Band Rooster Club 3, 4: Spanish Club 2: Radio Club 1: School Radio Program 2: Boosters' Club 1, 2, 3: Debating Club 3, 4: International Relations Club 3, 41 Dramatics Club 3: Cast Of "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" 4: Ticket Chairman for "Miss Contest 3: Teen-Aire Club l, 2, 3. 4: Jr. Civitan Club 3: Pres, 4: I4!lI'1ll7ll!1l' staff l: Master of Ceremonies Christmas Dance 4. JOYCE ANN TEW "Annie" . . . U.N.C.L.A .... Memphis . . . San Diego . . . t'Ber-nusf' . . , music , . , dancing . . . skating . . . movies . . . Linden High School 1, 2, 3: F.H.S. 4: Linden Soft Ball Team l. 2, 3: Linden Choir 2, 3. HERBERT LEROY QROYJ THAGGARD "Sonny" , , , "Opin: Door, Open H+-art" . . . 208 Central Dr. . . , fried chicken . . . baseball . . . Wake Forest . . . good looking . . . F.H,S. l, 2, 3, 4: Football Manager 1: Football 21 Monogram Club 1, 2: Hi-Y 2. ELIZABETH W. QBETTYJ THIGPEN "Wolf Gal" . . . Myrtle Beach . . . cheeseburzer . . . "Slipping .-4rmmd" . . . swimming . . . typing, Billy, ring . . . fun n' frolic are her traits . . . F,H.S. 1. 2, 3. 4: Summer School 3: Glee Club 1, 2: Cast of"A Gypsy TFOUbHdlJlll"v 13 Spanish Club 2: Home Ee. Club 2: Beta Club 2, 3, 4: Sec. Spanish Club 2: D, O. Club 4. GEORGE L. THOMASON "Lyles" . . . N. C. State , . . Ocean Drive . . . "I Can Drvnm, f'rm'f If" . , . milk . . . originality . . . "Where there is George, there is laughter" . , . clothes . . . F.H S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Jr Varsity Football 1, 2: Spanish Club 1, 2: Art Club 1: Teen-Age Club 1, 2: Home-room Chairman Ci, 4: Swimmirlll Team 3: Cast "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" 4: Most Original 4. MARJORIE THOMPSON "Marnie" . . . Nurenherir, Germany , . . hot fumlue sunflaes , . , "N111r Yon" . . . ping-pong chamu . . . Sweeter than the flowers of springtime" . . . Nurenbcrt: High. Nurenberxr, Germany 1. 2, 3: F.H.S. 4: Class Vice-Prcs. Zi: International Relations Club 43 Frifnzlship Club -4. MARX' FRANCES T H REATT "Hankie" . . , cute personality . . . "Uh, Iillf I Do" . . . horseback riding , . . dancing . . . F',H.S, 1. 2, 3, 4, 5: Latin Club 1 1 Bible Club 1 : Baton Club 1, 2: lioosters' Club 1, 2, 3, 4 3 Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 5: Photography Club 2, 3: Spanish Club 1: Song Leader. F.H.A. Club 5: Mixed Glee Club 5: F.H.A. Club 51 Civinette Club 5. CLARA PRUDENCE TODD "Prudy" . . . Charlotte , . . "ln fha' Still of thc Night" . . Duke . . . "Sugar anrl Spice and Everything Nice" . . . seafood . . . wrecks . . . Wake Forest . . . boats . . . F,H.S. 1. 2, 3, 4: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Jr. Hi-Y 1: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Program Chairman 2, 4: Tecnctte Club 1, 2: Boosters' Club 1: Dramatics Club 1: Beta Club 2, 3, 4: Jr. Latin Club 1: Library Club 1: Gl-.c Club 1, 2, 3: Chorus "Gypsy 'Troubarlour" 2: Chorus of "Lady and the Jullulm,-r" 2: Jr.-Sr. Waitress 2: Scottish Dancers 4: LnI+'unmr staff 4: Civinette Club 4: Dclepzate to Girls' State 4: Senator Girls' State 4: Home Ee. Club 3: Stutlcnt Council 4: Scc. Student Body 4: Girls' Football Team -1: Co-Property Manager of "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" 4. CATHERINE ELAINE ULMER "Kitty" . . . Walterboro, S. C, . . . 'Z-1gr1f'r1" , . . U. S. Air Force . . . Univcrsity of S. C, . , . chocolate cake . . . The eye is the pearl of the face . . . Seventy First 1: F'.H.S. 2. 3, 4: Home Ec. Club 2: Girls' Glen: Club 2: Basketball 2: G.A.A. 1: Softball Team 1. EVELYN JOYCE VVALLACE Jerce . . . Long Beach . . . ".figl1lf'rI" . . . Queens . . . character anrl cuteness . . . Nash . . . loves flancinp: . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2: Boosters' Club 1, 2: Teen- Age Club 1, 2, 3: Dramatics Club 3: Spanish Club Ii: Cast of "The Larly anll the Juzrrllf-r" fi: Cast of Easter Play 3: Home Ec. Club 1: Office Assistant 55: Cast of "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" 4: Tri-Hi-Y 1: Library Assistant 4: Jr.-Sr. C1-mmittee 3: l,:II"umr1r staff 4: Library Science Club. 4. PATRICIA WANLESS "Pat" . , . Ocean Drive , . . "Yu'll'l'c Br1'f1I.'ing1 My Heart" . . . nurse . . . "A friennl in neerl is a frii-nfl indeed" , , . steak 'n French fries . . . :ref-n Chevrolet . . . Ames Born Hiuh School, Ohii 1: Port Niches High School, Texas 2: F.H.S. 3, 4: Teen-Age Club Ii, 4: Latin Club 4: Office Staff 3, 4: LrIFunzrn- staff 4: Girls' football team 4. ALBERT D. WHITE "V, R." . . . Carolina . . . Goldsboro . . . "Just 11' Lifllo Talk Wiflx. J1'sns" . . . chem-sa ..,. baseball . . . football . . . quiet disposition . . . good naturewl . . . casy going . . . Fayetteville High School 1, 2, 3, 4. Fugc 7'7zirI3f-F'fr'f we '98, 'cl rn Page Th irty-Sim DOROTHY ELIZABETH VVHITE "Dot" . . , Beach and mountains . . . Art School . . . apples . . . Ford COUW: . . . trombones , . . drawing . . . cuteness, blushing, original , . . F.H.S, 1. 2, 3. 4: Spanish Club 1, 2: Beta Club 2, 3, 4: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Sec, Tri-Hi-Y I-lg Boosters' Club 1: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Art Club 4: Chairman Favors Comm. Jr.-Sr. 15: Advertising Ctmm. Miss F.H.S. Contest 3: Home EC. Club 3: Chorus "Gypsy TrubadOur" 2: Chorus "The Lady and the Juggler" 3: Teenette Club 1: Civinette Club 4: Winner of American Lel1iUn ESSHY Contest 3: Cast "Our Hearts Were Young and Clay" 4: Junior page of I,nFrIm4Ir 3: Lul"umr1I- staff 4, RUTHANNA WHITE "f1fH'flJlS" . . . "Ran" . . . boats . . . Ocean Drive . . . writing letters . , . as welcome as a sunny day . . . bursting with song . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Beta Club 2, 25, 41: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Pres. 4: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 41 Boosters' Club 1: St-xtette 2: Septette 3: Octet 4: Spanish Club 2: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Home Ee. Club 3: Toast Jr.-Sr. 3: Chorus t'Gypsy Troubadour" 2: Civinette Club 4: Teenette Club 1: Chorus "The Lady and the Juggler" 3: Chorus Easter Prfulram 3: Co-Property Manager "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" 4: Girls' Football Team -1: I.uI"un1l1c staff 4. RUBY DORIS VVIGGINS "Susie" . . . ice cream and peanuts . . . Hlmliarz. Love Call" . , . Bob Jones Univ .... Charleston, S. C .... basketball "G." . , . sudden outbursts of song and laughter . . . North Charleston High, North Charleston, S. C. 1: Chauncey High, Chauncey, Ga. 1: F.H.S. 2, Si, 4: Homeroom Pres. 1: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Pres, 1: Chorus t'Under the Stars" 1: Teen-Age Club 1: Drama Guild 1: Beaux Arts 1: J.H.A. 1: Cheerleader 1: F.H.A. conference 1: Cast. "Gypsy Truba- clour" 2: Dramatics Club ZZ: Latin Club 2: Boosters' Club 2: Ovivttc 3, 41 G.A,A, 2, 14, 4: Jr.-Sr. Toast 3: Debating Club, 4: IAIFIIIHIII' staff 4: Girls' Football Team -tg Muiic Contest 4. 1V1ARTHA JANE VVILDMAN "Janie" . . . V. M. I .... "AU ilu' Things You Arc" . . . Queen's . . . Korean-kim-chi . . . the Orient . . . cutie pie. . . courteous . . . Tubman High School, Augusta, Georgia 1: Lakewood Junior High School, Long Beach, California 12 Seoul American School, Seoul, Korea 2: F.H.S. ti, 4: Vice-Pres, Honor Society 1: Home Room Chairman 1: Lakewood All School Award 1: Sec. Student Body 1: First Prize Lakewood Pan-American Festival I: Student Council 1: G.A.A. 2: May Day Queen Attendant 2: Treas, Seoul American Teen Age Club 2: Glee Club 3, 4: lnternational Relations Club 3: Friendship Club 4: Spanish Club 4: Assembly Planning Committee 4: l.al"ninru' staff -1: Tri-Hi-Y 4: Sec. Senior Class 4: Most Courteous 4: Girls' Football Team 4. LAURA JANICE VVILLIFORD "Boston Blackie" . . . Chapel Hill, N. C .... Chicken . . . "All thr Things You .-if'f"' , . . Gaiety cannot be hidden . . . l".H.S. 1, 2, 34, 4: Glee Club 1, Z: Boosters' Club 1, 2: Dra- matics Club 1. WILLIAM A. WILLIS, JR. "Willie" . . . "Thai I"1'shiny Line" . . . chocolate Die . . . Carolina . . . billiards . . . witty . . . jovial . . . F.H.S. l, 2. it, 4: Hull llogl staff 2. 3: Associate Editor 3: FFEHCD Club 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 31 Boosters' Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Dramatics Club 1, 2. 3: Scottish Dancers 2, 3, 4: Vice-Pres. 4: Jr.-Sr. Comm. 3: Student Government Senator 2: Drum Major F.H,S. Band fi: WFNC High School Reporter 4. VANN EDWARD VVINFREE, JR. "Buddy" . . . N, C. State . . . Carolina Beach . , . "All the Things You Arc"' . . . Fried Chicken . . . Football . . . H32-4" . . . dancer . . . good natured . . . girls , . . all sports . . . F.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4: Teen-Age Club 1, 2, 3. 4: Beta Club 2, 25, 4: Spanish Club 2: Hi-Y 2. 3. 4: Pres, Class 1: Student Council Representative 1: Treas. of Class 4: Varsity Football 1, 2: Jr. Varsity Basketball 1, 2: Varsity Football 4: Chairman Jr.-Sr. Orchestra Comm, 35: Monollffim Club 4. JAMES EUGENE YVILSON "Pistol" . , . U.S.C .,.. Columbia . . . "l'l'arsf1i1' C'om'r'rt0" . . , barbecue . . . chicken . . . "15" . . . friendly . . . Goldsboro . . . music . . , good natui-ed . . . Brown High School, Atlanta, Georgia 1: Tech High School, Atlanta. Georgia 21 I".H.S. 15, 4, 5: R.O.'1',C. 2: Jr. Varsity Football 2: Varsity Football 3, 4, 5: Monogram Club 3, -1, 5: Homeroom Chair- man 3: "Best Sport" 4. ELIZABETH ANN WINTERS "lie-tt3"' . . . Myrtle Beach , . , "You, You, Yau" . . , Flora Mt-Donald , . , chocolate pie . . . quiet disposition . . . F.H S. 1, 2, 3, -1, Glee Club 1, 2, Di: Spanish Club 2: F.H.A. Club. Lou YATES "Lnuiso" . . . Pfiefer . . . "O, D." . . . "Gloria" . . . grilled cheese . . . "SI" . , . "Finer than silver and gold" . . . popularity . . . New Hanover High School Wilminfto . - is U. N. C. 1: F.H.S. 2, 3, -15 O'Henry Literary Society 1: Pres. Biology Class 1: Latin Club 1, 2: House of Representatives 2: Sponsor Raleigh game 2: Waitress Jr.-Sr. 23 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 31, 4: Ifoostors' Club 2, 3: To-on-Age Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Sec. 3: Jr.-Sr. Comm, 3: Student Council Repres. 45 I-lull D011 staff 4: Feature Editor 4: l.aFun11zf' staff -1: CO-Captain Girls' Foot- ball Team 4: Cht-erleailor -1: Most Popular 4. RONALD YOUNG "Vip" , , . Duke . . . Miami . , . "l'lIule Train" . . . apple pie . . . quiet manners . . . Vass Lakeview High School 1, 2: Miami Jackson High School, Miami, Fla. 3: F.H.S. 2. 3, -1: Tu-n-Age Club 4: International Ri-lations Club 3. FRANCES ELIZABETH ZAHRAN t'liiZ" . . . New York . . . Phiukvu . , . "ll'ant1'Hg You" . . . like-able . , . clark eyes and nlarker hair . . . Notre Dame Academy, Southern Pines 1, 2: F.H.S. 3, -I: French Club 2. fi: Latin Club 1, 2: Glee Club 1, 2: Suu. Treas. French Club 3: Hull Ifoyf staff 4: Sorlrility 1, 2: Pirwloyfilf' staff l. 2. Seniors Without Pictures Piniaia KONICHI I4 Rosh lX4,uii XV1 I Hill: Ill' 'I CLASS HISTORY VVe, the Class of l95O, started on our long steep climb up the ladder to Seniordom-the biggest and most important word in the dictionary for us-in September of l946, the greenest of green. Fully realizing the prob- lems that would confront us in our coming high school career, we adopted as our motto, VVE LEARN BY DOING, and elected as our First class president Vann Winfree, who was ably assisted by Buddy Willianisoim as vice president, Hervy Averette as secretary, and Buddy Green as treasurer. It was this year that the first "Miss F. H. S." Contest was held, with many of our freshman girls entering. The contest was won by Vivian VVhite, a Senior, who later became "Miss Fayetteville" and then "Miss North Carolinafl ln the athletics de- partment we were quite proud of our three freshmen boys who were "he-men" enough to become members of the varsity football team. Not to be outdone in athletics and beauty, we proved ourselves leaders in other school activities by our four members on the Student Council and our four members of the Debating Club. This freshman year was devoted chieHy to studying and learning our way around the wonderful new place called high school, but we rounded off the year by celebrating with a class picnic and swimming party at the Country Club. Quite a bit smarter and much more worldly-wise-we thought-we stepped up the second rung of the ladder to Seniordom and became Sophomores4no longer the "little onesli of the school because now there were some younger and greener than we. However, we picked the best of the ''Green"4Buddy-and elected him as president. Serving with him were Vllesley Smithman, vice president, Elsie Collins, secretary. and Tim Sanders, treasurer. This year the school government was modeled after the national government, complete: with detention hall, our federal prison, and the Sophomore class had one member, Buddy VVinfree, on the Student Court, and ten members in Congress. The dntire student body learned how "brainy" we were at the Beta Club tapping when twenty-five Sophomores, having maintained a 92 average during the Freshman year, were tapped. Christine lylanos, Gene Cool-1, Charles Schreiner, Edgar Poe, and lohn Oates were members of the Debating Club and Christine Nlanos was so skilled in the art of debating that she was chosen to be a Triangular Debater. Our journalistic-minded Latin students, Gillie Shaw and lohn Oates, were the editors of "The Eagle." a newspaper edited by the second year Latin students. Probably the greatest thrill of the entire year, not only to the Sophomores but to the whole student body, came when our football team won the Nortli Carolina Class AA Championship for the Hrst time in twenty-Eve yearsl Again. as in the freshman year, we brought the year to a close with a class picnic at the Country Club. Everyone seemed glad for this year to end, because next yearfnext year we would be Lipper classmen, and oh, boy, didnlt that sound goodl Yes, we stepped up to the third rung of the ladder. Only one more step up and we'd be at the top. Every now and then weld End ourselves looking back. however, and there was a tinge of regret when we realized how near the top we were. VVhat an eventful year our lunior year wasl Could it ever be surpassed-even by the coming Senior year? XVL' wondered. President Adrian Creech steered us safely through the Hrst semester, but then he moved to Norfolk. Virginia, leaving his oH5ice to be filled by Vice-President Buddy Green. Other ofhcers were Elsie Collins, secretary, and Hervy Averette, treasurer. Two luniors. lohn Oates and Adrian Creech, served as vice president and treasurer, respectively, of the Student Body, and we had six representa- tives on the Student Council. Looking towards graduation, the Seniors chose as their marshals the following luniorsi loan Maultsby, chief. Hervy Averette, loanne Brown, Elsie Collins, Adrian Creech, Rachel Davis, Paul lVIcArthur, and Wes- ley Smithman. Edgar Poe and Charles Schreiner were chosen by the faculty to be delegates to Boys' State at Chapel Hill, and Ioanne Brown and Prudence Todd went to Greensboro as delegates to Girls' State. Gene Cook was our only Debater this year. Our football team again marched victoriously through the season and won the Class AA Championship for the second consecutive year. Oh, how proud we all were! Page Thirty-Eiylhl XVith springtime in the air, things started humming around li H. S. The ulvliss li. H. S." Contest was held in hflarch, directed bv Rachel Davis. For the First time, the contest was won bv a lunior- our own oanne Brown--with oan ivlaultsbv as runner-u . And then-that bitwest, best, most im wortant event of all . P Db I -the lunior-Senior Banquet and Proml Dot Fisher was the overall chairman and with her various committees and lvliss Christine Cherry as facultv sponsor, planned the lunior-Senior that was, in the eves of everv Iunior, the best ever. The lovelv theme, "Qur Best to You," ortraved our sentiments to the Seniors, and the nivht of . P . e- lvfav ffl at Breece's Banquet Hall is a ne'er-to-be-forgotten night, a climax to the fun and excitement of the preceding weeks of work and preparation. a perfect ending for a wonderful Iunior vear, The last step up the ladder-and our hopes and dreams have finally come truel XVE ARE SENIORS! Big wheels in school, with our twelve Senior wrivileves, and not a soul to "look u w to" excewt the faeultv and we l ei l l . have learned in these four years that thev are our friends after alllj XVhat better wav could there be of be- ginning our Senior veal' than bv moving into the beautiful new wing, of whieh we are so justlv proud? Our carefullv chosen class officers are as follows: Bob lVIcGlvnn, president, Bill Strickland, vice presidentg lanie Xvildman, seceretarv, and Buddv Vllinfree, treasurer. Charles Schreiner is the president of the Student Body, and Prudence Todd is secretarv. loanne Brown was chosen for her leadership, service, and character as the DAR Good Pilvrim. The cheerleaders, headed bv oan Nlaultsbv, have done their art in su ortinfr our :1 . . P PP o football and basketball teams, which, though not championship winners, have shown good sportsmanship and have earned our ride. The Lafamac Stalf, with Grev Bullock as editor-in-chief and Scott Russ as business P . manaffer. has worked hard all vear to vublish the 29th volume of the school annual, the Lf1F.m1.14'. a . l One of the l'irst bio events of the vear was the Senior vlav, "0ur Hearts XVere Younv and Ca '," directed ei . l . ef 5 and roduced bv ivliss lvlarv Blavlock and lviiss ean Von Canon. Leadinv roles were su erblv Iavetl bv errv P . . . ew P . P . . . Baller and Ioanne Brown. with a supporting cast that provided an evening of merriment and laughter for us all. Now, with spring in the air again. we are looking forward to the manv springtime activities-the "Bliss F. H. S." Contest, the 'XVashin0ton tri , the unior-Senior, dances, warties and most im ortant of allgthat ev P l P great dav of graduation. As we stand at the top of the ladder, we look back into the past and forward into the future with both ha iness and sorrow. XVe are ha v to have reached our ffoal, with the knowledcre that PP PP., as tv there are bigger and better things in store for us ahead, and vet we are sorrv for such a wonderful high school Career as ours has to end. As we leave hivh school, manv of us are lanninv to enter colleffeg others have U , P 'Cl 'C' plans for careers of their own, and still others are entering the happy state of matrimonv. Each of us will be going his own wav. but each will go with a richer mind, filled with new knowledge, fond memories of happv times and close fellowshi , and the tenderest love for old F. H. S.-our Alma lvlaterl P Dorothv Fisher, Hl5f!1l'lrIIl P41511 Tliirljf-Xiu: -Blast ill tmil Elvatamvni S'mi'ia or Noun: Caieorlxfx County of Cumberland CITY or r.fxYL'r'ri5vi11,E VVe, the class of '50, being of presumably sound judgment and disposing memory, realize that our days are few until the present fortunate underclassmen will never again use us as a guiding light to follow in our Per- fect path. I-Iowever, knowing that someone must, though inadequately, Hll our positions of honor, we have at last decided what we shall do to aid them when they must struggle alone. VVe hereby leave our favorite volumes and magazine subscriptions to their rightful heirs. CLAUSE I To Fayetteville High School we leave our treasured copy of "So VVell Remembered." To IVIr. Sisk we leave the book "No Vacancies," that he may have the pleasure of destroying it since tho building of the new wing. To IVIr. VVhite, knowing full well how he will feel after we graduate. we thoughtfully will 'iRest :intl BC Thankful." To the faculty, in order that they will never forget our many angelic deeds, we dedicate 'lOne Foot in I-Ieavenf' CLAUSE II To the Iunior Class, we hope that "On Some Fair Nlorningi' vou may be able to use all twenty-one Senior privileges. We say to the Sophomores that it will not be long l'Until That Day." Vile leave to the Freshmen, who have only begun, "I XVouldn't be in Your Shoes." CLAUSE III I. Charles Schreiner, leave my fought-for copy of "The I-Ieadmastern to anybody able to fill my big shoes. Vile, Lou and I-Iarold, do leave our much used and dog-cared copy of "I-Iow to Vllin Friends and Influence People" to "Tuck" and Gene Overbeck. I, Virginia Corbett, do unwillingly leave "lust David" and do hereby dare any Iunior girl who values her life to touch it. VVe, I-Iervy, Wesle'jf, Stanley, and Gene, do leave our sunburned copy of "The XVanderers" to 'iSkinny," Ramon, "I-Jeeve," and Rav Shepherd. I, hdarion Culbreth, donate my star-studded copy of 'ilvlidnight Ivloonl' to Elizabeth Gouldman who is as well acquainted with it as I am. VVe, Buddy Green and Ianie Wlildman, having read and practiced all the rules, pass our copy of "Emily Ilostii on to john Clontz and Ierrv Snider. VVe, Betty Rose, Nlary Frances Threatt, and Lib Lucas, throw our hot copy of 'ilylurderg-And I-Iow to Get Away with It" to our Iunior experts Pat Gibson, Frances Iernigan, and Ivlartha Iean VValker. I, "Spoodle," stop calling my hogs long enough to hand my subscription of "Country Gentlemann to Nlarion Buie, if he can tal-te time out from rounding up the cows to read it. I, Prudy, warn all pedestrians that I'm leaving my copy of "The Beast Nlust Die" to Beth Ienkins in order that they may start running now. I, "Fiji," leave my subscription of L'Charles Atlasgthe Mliscle Buildern to Charles T. I, anet, do leave my new swrinv seed cataloff to ane Roberts, who is as interested in flowers F as I am. I D -. . , Pam' Forty XVe, Iohn Crosby and George Thomason. leave our delapidated copy of "Call of the XVild" to our hoodlum buddies, Charles Threatt and George Duke. I, Iohn Bradish, present my desirable copy of "l'VIan of the XVorld" to Trueman I-Ion. I, Ruthanna, gladly bestow my copy of "The Postman Always Rings Twice" to Kitty Rose in hopes that she will have as frequent visits from him as I have. I, Peggy I-Iawley, overcome my shyness long enough to leave to my timid sister, iXIickey, the book "Bashful VVoman." CLAUSE IV VVe, Ben Iones and Iarvis Niclyfillan, wash our grimy hands so rhar we may hand on "IVIe and My lvfodel TI' to anybody who is ingenious enough to make a car IPB out of a few pieces of junk. I, Lois Fleishman, do leave my copy of "Vogue" to my well-groomed sister, Betty Nance. I, Frank Berry, mend my broken heart long enough to leave my tearstained copy of "Can You Forgive I-Ier?" to Ronnie lyiilligan. VVe, Richard Dugan and Bob INIcClynn, part with our klmki-colored copy of "Army Brattu to Iohn Bull and Bob Cannon. I, Ioanne Brown, award mv sought-after copy of I'Clamour" to Iulia Ann Graham. I, Frank Ellerbe, leave mv many old copies of 'XVake I3oi'est's i'The Student" to anyone who will handle them with ca re. I. Pearl Denton, leave "Pick Your Victim" to Iulia Cannady, and hope that she may have great success. We, Nancy Adams, Dot Fisher, "Tommy," and "Ierry," leave our copy of "It's a VVoman's VVorld" to our independent successors, lvfary Cwens Bell, Dorcas Gaines, and Shirley I-Iolmes. VVe, Stanheld, Baylus, and Bob Bennington. leave our fun packed copy of "The Three lvfuskate-ers" to Oliver, Bill DeVane. and Ted Russ, I, Rrada, taking time off from having, my toes stepped on, leave mv ever-faithful copy of "Dancer's Para- dise" to Iulia Kennedy. I, Buddy Winfree, sorrowfullv leave mv copy of i'Adventures of Casanova Brown" to my capable disciple, Frank Shaw. We, Becky Manos, Shirley Iyfills, Doris l'VIcIWillan, and Pat Crawley, the Culbertson experts, deal over our book "Cards on the Table" to any four Iunior girls who have learned the gift of "table talking." I, Betty Crowder, drown my giggles long enough to leave to Anne Vv7arwick my book, "They Loved to Laugh." I, Ioanne lVIaultsby, after having completely lost my voice, fork over my treasured copy of "I-Iow to Lead Cheers" to Virginia IVIcl'VIillan. - We, Dot Vlfhite and Vivian I'Iollinshed, leave only a small portion of our book "Time for Each Other" to Charles Rankin and Delores Greco. I, Ruby, though I need them desperately, will my 'iAmethyst Spectacles" to lylargaret IVIcArthur. VVe, the Lal:amac All-Stars, get our bruised and battered bodies in good enough condition to "pass" on our copy of "All-American" to next vear's "Pros" We, Scott and Grey, wearily will and bequeath "Toil of the Brave" to next vear's Labamac editors. We, the undersigned, having completely given out of breath, are "Gone VVith the XVind" on this, the twenty-eighth day of February. in the year of our Lord, one thousand, nine hundred and fifty. Puomixcis Toon Gu ru? 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It is the year 1980 and people are still wondering if Qrphan Annie is ever going to grow up. As we sit looking rather glum at the hopeless plight of Stella Dallas on TV, some ol our thoughts turn back to 1950, the half-century some people called itz yet others violently disagreed. But the 1950 seniors at F. 1-1. S. were not as interested in that controversy as they were in choosing their superlatiyes. But where are they now? As we might have expected loan lvlaultsbv and Buddy VVinfree have been Hall 'roundu but have returned to Fayetteville looking, hopefully, lor another state championship team. Ronnie Case has kept Anna lean Browns athletic prowess repressed since 1950 but the five or six little Case lads look like potential All-Americans. And who is that over in the corner? Wlmyf, it's almost-8th-string-All-American Frank Berry engaginghimself in a knock-down, drag-out game of ciddly winks. Great Going, Prankl 1-lervy Averette is rumored to have a Part for Frankenstein coming up at 1NlC1Vl studios but it seems that they don't have too much money. lanet Shore has kept them broke posing for the god- mother in Cinderella .... It would have been nice to talk over old times with Cillie Shaw and Charles Schreiner but they didn't turn up. Rather undependable people, however. Say George-George Thomasonl Take a look out of the window and see . . . 1-luh? . . . You and Peggy Hawley are trying to think up an idea but canyt? 1-lmmmmm, always knew they did- nlt have any originality at all. l thought 1 saw somebody outside. Oh yes, there goes Bob 1N1cClynn and Dot Fisher foraging in our garbarge cans again. Well, they said that they would succeed and they did. Saw just the other day that they were voted Most Likely to Succeed by the Bowery News. Crey, if you'd put down that True Confessions fllfzgazine long enough to wake up Edgar Poe over there Qwhat's that he's reading?-Young Loueffj mavbe we could go over and see Lou Yates long enough to encourage her some more. Poor girl hasn't had a date since back in the days of the llying saucersl On the way to see Lou and Harold at the Lonely Heart's Club, we were practically knocked OH our feet by Ianie Vkfildman and Buddy Green, who were in a hurry to get somewhere. Wliglt terrible manners those people havel Are you ready? Well, as we used to say in those pep rallies: LETS COW Pngir' Fifty!-'I'l:r'r+' IMPOSSIBLE SITUATICNS Lorraine Aeevedo-without a smile Lou Adams-without a man Nancy Adamsfin first period on llfonalay morning Louis Allenfstiizlying in the lzlirary Barbara Apple-without a love life Hervy Averettefa water boy Reese Ayers-a miilget Ruth Bagley-noisy in class Betty Bnrresi-frowning Bob Barrett-no frecleles Gertrude Bnssfsliimpetz' Ioyce Bassfooerweight Betty Benrdfstijt ami awhwarti lerry Beller-with stage fright Tommy Bellerfspeechless Richard Benefwith straight hair Bob Benningtonfno motor scooter Rosa Bernsteiniin a hurry Frank Berry-a had sport Nlnrgie Beidler-shorty G. R. Biggsfno cast Iohn Bradishfwithozit lllary Daniels Baylus Bramble-withoiit his cronies Charles Brannonfnoisy Annu lean Brown Case-no rings loanne Brown-not smiling Nornla lean Brown-being tliimh Betty Io Brynntsshort anal fat Aileen Brynntfnot well-tiressefz' Grey Bulloeltfloajing Ann Butlerfon a rliet Robert Butler-no tromlione Allen Callahan-a hrzinette Carolyn Cameron-iinfrientlly Bernard Campbell-away from a filling station Peggy Cannon-being serious Bonnie Cnrringtonstalleatiue Page Fifty-Four Sylvia Case-with long hair Billy Colemanfsolemn Elsie Collins-not flirting Nlary Lou Colvin lVlcNeil-an oltl maid teacher Katherine Connerfnot interested in Georgia Tech. Ed Cook-a snoli Gene Cook-without Stanley Virginia Corhettfwithozit David Tommy Cottinghamfno tiirtle-neck sweater Pat Crawleyfgetting a permanent A1 Crisp-with curly hair lohn Henry Croom-walleing lohn Crosby-liashfiil Betty Crowderfno letters from Ftitjtiay lvlarian Culbreth-irnpolozilar Leon Dale-without a smile Pearl Denton-shouting at someone Daphne Dewfconceiteal Ethel Dodson-with short hair Curtis Dowd-non athletic Richard Dugan-with a 28" waist lnnie Edwards-without a lisp Frank Ellerbe-hetting on Diilee Betty Erstlingino czirls Stanheld Felton-driving slowly Dot lzisherfno hoys' rings Lois Fleishman-wearing sloppy clothes Kathryn Graddy--with had posture Buddy Green-without Dot Flora Grubyfiinhelpfzil Iarvis Gust-wnot flaring Peggy G. W. Hall-six feet tall Donald l-lnrton-no Toni Bobby l-lastyfwith a crew cnt Bobby l-lawkins-with a :late Pevvv l-lawlevf riiet as a mozise DU. . q Kathrvn l-'lnwlevfwithoiit Patil Faye Henderson-not mentioning Coforado Billy Herring-fnot knowing any history Vivian l-lollinslied-wearing size 7 shoes Bobby Holmesfno sizrcrzsrn Dobbin Holmes-no guna Iennne I-lolmesfzinsopbistiented S. T. Horne-no conuertilrie Dora l-lowurdffozitz' ana' rude Charles Howie-playing footbtzfl Webb Hughes-no gfrzsses Lillian Hulon- -no sister l-larolcl Ierniganfno date Inmes Iolinsonfgetting iz driving rzwizrri Ben Iones-witliozit ti jrzfoloy Donald Iordnn-ffzinking cliennistry lvlnry Ioyner-angry zoitlv Biff Niclt Kanos--at school on tiine E. Kennedy-working nt the Ctzrofinn Nlarilyn Kertzmnn-no peroxide lVIargaret Ann Leew no ditzinonnl Eugene Linlszous-without n monkey wrench Lib Lucas-not ready to go to Ufliite Lake Paul lVlcArtl1ur-tnking iz Cbizrfes Atlas course Bob lVlcGlynnSwitfJ iz Usterzrzlyn Doris lVlclVlillnn-in an ai! gir! Trig cfiiss Iarvis lVlclVlillan, no "bot rod" Becky Nlnnosfnirzking Dis Gus Nlanosgtfs in Ogiflg practice Ioan Nlatiltsbyfettiitliozit any pep Harold lVIerian-witboift iz line Shirley lVlills-with ii lnirz' complexion Dennis lylintz-nziilairzg ii nasty Ioan Nlurpliyxwitb 11 soiitliern draw! lylarilyn Nelson-not mentioning lapiziz lean Page-zuitli no izsthinn Richard pllfl-iCl'elLfifb0lIf "Dzigi1n,' Weeks Parker-no radio set Edgar Poesin iz poolroom Betty Queen-not eating Carolyn Riddlefinizking iz lot of noise Ioyce Ross-with black bitiz- Scott Russ-in iz "teen shirt Dick Snuls-no brain Charles Sclireiner-with iz yankee accent Wilbiirri Scruggs-no grocery store Tony Sessoms-fwitl: tin ,rl flloilel Gillie Slinw-no sense of fitimor Kate Shaw-witfiozft tveif Ianet Slioreggetting bfistereff Rrada Slaughter-witlioiit iz friend Betty Rose Smith-short, stout, tina' clumsy Wesley' Smitlimun-sitting on the bench Cannon Snipes-six feet tai! Helen Solomon-with ti southern accent Robert Stephens-glzrin Eddie Sumner-witliozzt rl cizineriz Stanley Tesler-in ll conservative suit Roy Tlmggard-not interested in loynette Betty Tliigpen-with short hair George Tliomason-without ti remark MLlfjOl'lC Tliompson-zinfrientily lVIary Frances Tlnealttiirizlmppy Prudence Todd-no wrecks Kitty Ulmer-no jokes Ioyce W1lll1lCC-1Lfffl70I1f ti Nizsli Ted Wtillzice-izt the opera Pat Vxfnnless-zinclieerfzzl Annette VVeelcs Pate-fnot ziruznzrzticizffy inclined Albert Wliite-iz giant Dorothy Wlmite-ztiitlvozit Viuitziz Rutlianna Wliite-iro inrlif from Georgia Ruby Wiggins-witlioiit iz song Iunie Vxfildmanf-rzirie IQll'llCC Willifoi'tl-ztiitfiotit George Bill Willis-izo V-rzecked sweater Buddy Vlfinfreefno girffrien1l's Betty VVintersfnot izslaing questions Lou Yates-ri wnffffower . Ronald Youngiin ii serious moon' Frances Zalirnnffiznclieerfizl I":m+" Fifty-Fi1'r Air View of School A-S 3 -- ' 1 tjial ,' f x .,,,. f--ff' N, W J S5 unlORS D , Vu? 2 ff 7 f K J AM ffxxcffv Junior Class 1 1 Charlcs RiJl1lilI1,PI'6,Yfl'Ic'iIf , - NW E+- 'haf-'Q .- -iiiffli Iliff' "- 1" . . I "iff -.1411 r- --' . mi. ,-f?..,,1 V fi , 12, 5 W to R K IC s l . Z 2. -tix lcrry Sniclc1',Scn'e!r1ry Raw Vinculi, l'YIt'l"-Pl't'.S11lt'i1l Ronnie Nlillignn, Trcuzslrrm' MOTTO: NON S1131 SED QNINIBITS flvot for ozrrsefuvs but for rzlfj FLOWER: COLORS: DELIHHINILIAI AND YELLOW ROSE BLUE AND GOLD JUNIOR CLASS POEM For many years wdvc workccl each clay TO gain a little knowledge, WO1'ki11g hard in cvcry way, To prepare Oursclvcs for Collcgc. Ar First wc hurl thc A B Clsg Then cnmc Our m11lriplicatio11. Bcforc wc rcuclicrl thc X Y Z's, Ir really was vcxation. NO sOO11t'r haul wc n1z1stc1'ccl thcsc Than along cunic somcthing ncw E History and Geography Wc'1'c thcrc to lbnlllc you. P0510 Fij'l11-Eight VVQ lL'llI'IlCll tO name the prcsiclciits. Capitals and states, The largest rivers in thc world. A11 erzrlless list Of dates. By the time wcltl linishccl lunior High Wt' fclt wc knew it allg But Ohl what a clisillusionf TO hc FlACSl1IllL'Il the next fall. Anal so the yours liavc Come lllltl gone, Lut's hop: that :ill will say, VVhcn askctl of thc class of '51, "Pl-was tht- lvcst in cvcry wnyl" Hclcn uillcn MNIQRS Evelyn Liddell Bennie Robe-rt Adams Adams Allen Atkinson Betty Baker Carol Ann Baker Wayne Barlow Vernon Barnt-s Charles Beatty Stuart Allen Beck Mary Owfns Hell Peggy Berry Malcolm Bethune Grimes Beverly Rudolph Bishop Jimmy Black Mary An n Rm-ts J. D. Bradford Henswlale Bramble Curtiss Britt Durothy Brunsun Marion Huis Mary Frances Hun Pat Butler Earl Bryd Floyil Bryml Albert Brynes Herbert Czillihan Julia Ann Canady Bob Cannon lm-y ntlll Betty Jane Cawlify Bill Clark --,. 'fav 1f"""r ,ans -kv' qw- .Ar- U2 us-" -uh. '95 ai' ur-M-v 195 'f"""3' mou- Min ,aw Y' G. L mi- kt yum ,uw P0176 Fiffu X me Prznf Sirly IUNIQRS John Cluntz Kitty Cook Archie Cox Virginia Darden Edward David Iiill DeVane liilly Erereite I ,4'v ttie Fuircluth Elma Ft-mlley Juul Fleishman Mickey Fleishman Viririnizi Fr 4-L- man Ric-hard Fuller D rxx' cas Gaines Zvlw Gardner Pat Gil is1'l n Mary Lois Cure ' Elizabeth Goulflman Douuald Graham Julia Graham Luuise Grainger Delores Greco Oliver Green liiwmks Crimus Charles T. Haiuh Fluyxl Hull Shirley Hall Frank Hamilton Roy Harris Era Ham-Ins lhilmhy Hay--2: Warlc Hayes JUNIQRS John Hclms Jerry Hvnrlrix Grace Hulwsun Shirlsy Hulmes Trueman Hun lirvbby Howie Jimmy Hulvlwarrl Jean Inuulul Doris Jackson Ik-th Jenkins Jmfl Jenkins Francvs Jurniyran Jimmy Jernigan Betty Johnson Juan Johnson Sue Jwhnson Julia Km-nnvcly Harmon Kivf,-lt El-eanora Kok-sler Juan Kozma Gs-Urge Lanilwrt Jimmy Lewis Frances Luflin Mary Alice Luflin Dorothy Marluwe Tummy Mason Daniel Maxwull Delores Mayo PL-gm' Miller Rlmniv Milligan Agnes Munsuur Carole Mundy A.- ' 15,1 .ff 'W' 593. 1- ,,,,,, ...f K ,wx . W5 YAY .wie IK ,,4:'W':g ici w-Q nr wa , .,, 2? , " if W ,ffl cw ,.-.-,' l'r7flf' Simty-Om P11516 Sf.I'f-lf-TIIJO JUNIQRS Charles Morris Margaret McArthur Paul McCauley Tummy McCoy Bruce Mc-Daniel Mary Elizabeth Mol? ill Charles McDunal4l Tommy McDonald Jimmie Macllill .loo lVlcGui:an Elizabeth Mclniosh Shy-rry McKay Mahel Louise MCKQS Mary Luuisi- McKee Honniu Mcllanrin Neal McLeod Viryrinia McMillan .l immy lSkinnyl MaQRae lietty Nance lielty lloyd Newberry Bobby O'Neal Gene Overbeck Jean Owen Kitty Rose Paton .lurlith Peoples Pearl Phillips Sarah Picket Joy n-4,- Ping: Helen Quillin llc-eau Rackley Charlf-s Rankin .lack Ray IUNIQR Frances Robbins Jane Roberts Eugene Rogers Tell RUSS Hazvl Sc l'KI lil-TQ Charles Shaw Frank Shaw William A. Shaw Gt-urge Sltephtrcl LeRuy Slaughter Fred Smith Juyce Smith Shirley Smith Jerry Snider Helen Stone Jacltiu Stroud Ivlaralyn Swartz Katherine Sykes Marfxucrite Taylor Miriam Taylor Nancy Lou Thomas Jos Thompson Hobby Thornall L. J. T 1,:r ld Gwendolyn Tuwne Ruth Townsend Jeanne Upton Marion Vann Jimmy Van Starry Ray Vincoli Terl Vworhees Martha JL-anne Walker S -x Q73 Aww-v lfwwvi' ,M N fG"""' ,,""' nip--v :gm K-an wx W- M, A, fu. w- 9' Y? 1-'EI' 'lin-. vw .ffl .-vw: Rv' lmf' .Q-ff Q. -1 Page Simry-T12 ree .nf-' .,.., .gm JUNIQRS Ted Wallace Betty Rose Walters Ann Warwick Billy Webb Jaku WL-lnster John White Gayle Williams Winnie Lee Williams Anita Wuo1ls Ramon Yarborough Glendolyn Young Jeanette Young Joyce Young Juniors whose pictures do not oppeor Robert O'N-sal Amick Algridas Barskis Ruth Blankinship Charles Cox Earla Mae Cummings Clara Say Dot Heaton Jerry Holmes Stanley Stevens Ruth Weeber Cliarlcs Rankin-111 111151 111111131 O111s1110111'11f Julia KCI1llL'l1y1'FlUl' F111 111110, E5 ff'. v of 111111' Frances Jernigan---'lno 131' Or N01 1'0 131111 Gcnc Ovc1'lJuCli-D1111f1', 1111111111111, D1111re Ma1'y Owens Bull-13111111 nf 5111111 11l11ry's Virginia l:i'ccinn1i-C11r1'y 11111 51111 T11 O111 1"11'g11111y David 1:ryf1'm T111'011g11 C1111111g EL11'1'Yyb1111y D111'1111g VVnync Burlow'+1171111 11151 Eyvs 1171111' 01111111 Niary Lois Gorc+T11 1'1'1" J 11 C1111111121' 111 11151 L1'fe C0114 ed 11111131 Betty Io1111s0i1fT111'1'1".v A70 101110110111 Virginia 1VlclVlillui1---1111111 .1 Song 111 11151 H1'111'1 Tommy Nlccoy-1-111 T111' T171'1IgJ Brill! 1111? 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Page Si,1'ty-F111 Louise IX4acKee-As Sweet As You Bobby Stricl4lanclYDeath At The Bar Shirley Smith-Dreainerys Holiday Bruce Niue Daniels-lust A Plain Old Country Boy Carole hilootlyfillalee Believe Ted Russ-Powder Your Face llfith Sunshine Betty Boycl Newberry- Something To Remember You By Iinimy Vnnstory-Put Down Your Shootin' Iron Party Betty Nance-l"araway Places lake Xxlebstcr-At The Flying "TV" Pearl Phillipsglvho lohn XVhite-fllayhe lts Because joyce Smithvlust For Fun Billy Xvebb-lid Lilee To Play Postoffice Sherry hflcliaygyarthee Cliloloer Reese Raekley-Talee It Easy, Take It Light Nlarion VaniiJSl1lop1n' Around Betty -l.l1igPCI1"'ll!CllIl1I1, Bells Nt-nl iXflaCLeo4l-Louesick Blues loyee Young-A Thousand Violins Teil Voorhees-l Feel Lilee Stepping Out Ann XVarwicli--lf l Hall A llftshlng Ring XVacle l-luyesglflame flly Ahsent-tU1nded Heart lean Upton--Danzsel ln Distress Arthur Hubbaril-ln One Ear And Out The Other Nancy Tlionias-Nancy llfith The Laughing Face Bobby l-laycs--llfonzen illahe A Fool Out Of life lneliie 5U'OlILlfSUl7'160i16 Lilee You loo Thompson4Don't Cry loe Catherine Sykes-Those Little lVhite Lies lininiy Lewis-Goodbye Girls lint Through lean lngolcl-Hair Of Gold, Eyes Of Blue George Sl1ePParclA-Cry Of The llfild Goose Louise Graiiger-illaylie Yoztlll Be There limlwarrl Daviil4Don't Ffllft' tile ln Delores Greco- -Ain l llftisting lily Tinzer Albert XVhite4lVho Shot The Hole In illy Sontlrerof' Ruth XlVL'ClDCl'-lYlflllltl, illy City Of Dreams loel Ienliins-Ol'Shorty Ioan liOZI11L1fIX't'l?P A Twinkle In Your Eye Bill Devane-llfhen Youlre Smiling Shirley l-lull-lily Fair Lady liiel l'leisliniaii-lllhistltf Batt iXf'l.1i'tlia Currow-She ilflatle Toothpiehs Of The Tim- her Of lily Heart lininiy IL'l'I1lgLll1'BllJ3! Doing Alothing Patty Bulter-tlily Best To You Billy Everetteg Yoifre Too Tall, lint Too Small Betty Deiryberry-lill lfeelo The Louelzght Burning Richard liuller-Dear, Yoifre A Character ltuiiiettc Young--ll's illtilgu' Page Sixty-Sire Zeb Gardner-I Only lVant A Buddy, Not A Sweet- heart Ienny Harris-Geanie lfV1th The Light Brown Hair Bob Cannon-Ninety Nine and One Half VVon't Do ivlarylyn Swartz!Daneing In The Darla Ierry Holmes-lWal Hes lllaking Eyes At Me Eleanor Koester-flt's You Or No-One Billy Kil1l8W'g-llfI005E On The Loose Nlary Alice Loflin-Someone As Sweet As You George Lambert-Put All Your Love In A Cookie lar Roy Harris-Shine Iimmy Black-Fun And Fancy Free Shirley Holmes-Be Mille Charles Cox-Every Day ls lust A Holiday Betty Rose VValters-Star Dust Oliver Greene-Fool At The Steering lVheel Betty Erslting-lhly Dream ls Yours Charles Brannon-llly Empty Heart Dorothy Briinson-Youre So Understanding Earl Byrd-Eight Ball Blues Norma lean Brown-Fine Brown Frame Bill Clark-Hey, Little Boy Carole Ann Baker-Sophisticated Swing Stuart Beckley-No Blues For Me lean Vllheeler-"AU Youire Adorahle Frances Robbins-lfvatch Out! Tommy iVlcDonald-Sealawag loan Iohnson-Youll lveuer lValk Alone Herbert CallahanAlVolf Pollea Agnes Nlonsour-Short and Sweet Floyd Byrd-Professor Bop Aclrianne Stuhl-lVithout A Song limniy Hubbard-lily Feets Too Big Era I-lavelos-One Golden Curl Brooks Grimes-So Tired Gwendolyn Towne-Save That Confederate M07l6y Boys The South's Gonna Rise Again Charles Shaw-Charlie lVas A Boxer Dorothy lXlarlow-No-One No Sweeter Than You Bobby Howie-llfho Threw The Overalls ln Mrs. lllurphyys Chowder? Betty lane Cawley-lVhat A Gal I.. Todd-lvalleing Slow Behind You Doris Churchill-Somebody Needs lust You Floyd Hall-How lVill I Explain About You? Anita Wloods-lVho Do You Know ln Heaven Robert Atkinson-l'd Like To lllalee A Milliort Rudolph BishopYThe Red Nose Reindeer Bobby Thornall4Possihilities larry HCI1Cl1'lX4Pdl'l7lg Around lVith You Fraiiklin I'I31II1illOI14lVlI70l5 Your Little lVh0'cis.3 Iohn Helms-Iohnny Get Your Girl Iudith Peoples-Sweeter Than The Flowers uv' I , W 1 3 N, 1.2 jx .N Mziygv, 1 x J R ,fmxgwi m qu LN W N I ff fyn if f . "". ..f.f...Q YQ i 6- X X. XZ f 15? loyce Acevedo Patsy Adams Barbara Allen Ieanne Beard Alma Beatty Mary Lou Bender Bill Brady lo Anne Brinkley Ioyce Brock Louis Bullard Patty Faye Bullard Vann Bullard Donald Canady Iewell Canady Glenn Capps Ray Cheshire Doris Churchill Frances Clemmons lack Conner Dorothy Cooper Iackie Croom Richard Dale lohn Daskel Iohn Devaney Page Sixty-Ezghr S0 PHGMORES A --'i 'C' fe . YJ-'91 ' M, AV 'San f N 55? Vp ' "" ' . l ' ' 1- 9:2452 i siflf .. 5 :V TV 5 WF V ' .2 V DV ' V- ' . - " V zVVgjV-5314? . . 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Reaves Barha ra Reynnlrls Patsy Sander-.un Rane Mamie Schratz M.1rtin Srrnggs Pnhy Smilhnuii Genrgc Spcmlel Rnhrit Spelnian lean Stones 'I'humux Strickland Brlmlu Sullivan Margie 'I'hunx.ix Sylvia Thumax lrcnu Thumpwn C S1'Z'1'71ljl-T11 WU Bobby Thornton Toaksie Tucker Ioyce Turlington Peggy Vause Ellen Wainwright Icssic Mae Wallace Billy Whitehead Frances Whitney Bobby Wilkins Orbie Wilton Roy Wilton Don Windisch Ann Worrell Margaret Yates Page Seventy-Four FRESI-IMEN Freshmen whose pictures do not oppeor Frank Cnlley Faye Elliot lnnnne Miller Ruth Spellman Shirley Dale Harold Len Bobby Phipps Barbara Squiers Mary Turner Brad Union Edith Van Lnndinghum Billy Watson Betty Lou Weaver Marilyn Weeks Byron Williams james Williams john Williams Ioyce Wolfe Shirley Wnnd Dick Woods Shirley Young 4 Kg, . , GQQQ 5. X X T- -X 5 I M7 f gap X 4? QXU XV if 5 1, , ' W .W VXNQW Q lx X 3' e f ? 25551 sas 5 X 0 . w W vi. XA 19 X? 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XVillinms IL.1nm-tru N mmm ASSEMBLY PLANNING COMMITTEE if! 1345 1f"""'f' Row One: 1Wiss Von Canon, Miss Rcvclisc, bliss Massa-jf, Katharina Conncr. Row Two: Barbara Hughes Patsy McDa11icl, Charles Sch1'cinc1', Ierry Snider, Ianic X7VildU121l1. Page Sfvcr ly F1Jht DEBATING CLUB - -"w H-1-Q2e22rtf" 4' "" 7 " wiv, fn i-V.- 4 4' i V- .'-45 fs ' V .. I VV .. V. '1"f'1'-V!-, N' " -Y M 4 1 '- VV L ,' f V .Vg 41' '1,':V , . If . 'fi V ,Q x P. ' ' V V 'S V .V . N ' ' L.. 1 ff,-.V L.. l V - 'F' ' ' A V ,-5 f-L.: , fs "' t 'V nv U' " : . 5 i., ,Z5,. , . V ' Qigfii ' fW.,V 6 'Q fm 54- V. -1 V ' L V ,..."' ' ' , V- ' X' V .if L V fi "II 4 '-V, W., ' V 31 . ' Ri, V -.x 'i-SIE-V331 - ,Vf " 'X V W, ' ' V A N- - A491741 "' I' u ,, ' Y. V 4 ,. -. V -3' ., 13331 V' 'fp' .V - ' :V ' M79 7 1"' f-V Vw c if .V..:' -'T-si Q' 13 1. , uf- ' ,if i R ,W . -. V , ' 'V' 1 .ss pg , ., 1- I ' f- M , 'Q' V ' ,...v""' 1 ' . 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H232-.iq ZIV- ff 'S " Y Kr- : .42-H" A Row One: Prcsiilcnt, Gene Couk: Vicc-Prcsiclcnt, Christina Nlaiimg SCCVCE1lI'f'-T1'L'LlSllI'Cl', Batty Ioan Barresi, Mildred Ayers. Bob Barrct, Libby Bi-al, Rosa Burnstcin. Row Tivo: Virginia Cnrlbutt, Elma Pcndlcy, Dorcas Gaines, Roy Harris, Nancy Howell, Iamcs lolinson. Elizabutli lXVlclntnsll. How Three: M11i'y Oates, Annette VVccks Parc, Betty Queen, Iurry Sniclci' Aclriannc Srulil, Stanlcv Tusk-r, Rnbv XVlUUll1S. TRIANGULAR DEBATERS 52, g I llwal' 'llwe Presiclenl' of 'l'l1e Unilecl Slales in Tl E' slfwould be eleclecl Inq 'lflwe clirecl vole of Hue people. T5 Q 4 Skiid er . LJ, V V1 , W -'Ili 'FZ Mary Oates. Alleriiale AiTii'1nzilix'e3 Am,li'iiinne Sluhl. ArHi'imitix'e: Yirginiii l'ni'lwll, .Vxriiriniitixui Christine Maiimsl Nega- tive: Gene Cook, Negative: Roy Harris, Alternate Negative. Pcigi' Sew my-Ninw BETA CLUB ,nw fm ..., Q-H-v 15""" "" HS :QC- ,. ., 5, -s 45- Af. 'YW' ,MQ ft. , 2 le-" any ? mx fills ..-v 15- ""' ...- my n, ,. W... ,.,, -en- Uillie Slum' .larry Snifler Mary OXX'E'llS Bell Rraflu Slaughter l,I'1'Nf!l4'IIl l'i1'r'-l'l'1'xi1l4'1ll S4't'V4'lIlI'jl 'l'I'PIIs1ll'C7' Hun- Hur: lk-nniv Allen. Vurul linker, Gertruclc Buss, .loyrv Hass. Churleh lieutty. Peggy Berry. ffilll' 'I'u'r1.' Mary Ann Hurts, .Immune Hrmrn, l-'lwycl liyrrl, firm' liulluck, Ann Butlvr, Huh Czmnnn. Ifml' 'l'1lI'1't'.' .luhn Clontz, Elsie Collins, lill Cfmk, them- Foul-Q, Kitty Cook, Tummy Cnltingllz-lm, Ifllll' 1'l1Il1l'.' Put K'ruwley, .lulm Henry Croom. John Crosby. .Izmiv lialxxzllwls, Iivtly lirstlinz. liilly ldverell. Ifmz' I"i1'4'.' Dorothy Fislwr, .luvl Fleishmzm, Ilorcus Gaines, Elizabeth liuulflmqm, .Iuliu Ann llrulmm, Tlelure-s G11-uv, Iron- Sim: Hubby Hayes, Hilly Herring. Shirley Holme5, Truemau Hun, lieth Jcnkins. .luv .le-nkins. Pam' I-Iighly 'mr t""" Wx WN ,wiv 'ox -gf-asv 'Rm qu-1 V' Ifruf- rm--' NI'n'ff'11'vI Ann -1 ' " ' 1 BETA CLUB bv--, EW! w-sg ,W nf' 1'-nv -w- ww- 173' mx Ann. -...J M- ,far ,1- 'W' -wa 1.-. .ag 1 V463 '-', 'Ely -'hm W' Jw. .. . L M , Lu. flillf-lllil' AIIIININ. lhm Mzxxwg-II. lhmnim' Nl1Hiu':ll1. 3Izu1'g:a1'v-I Nllk-'kl'I-lllll'. Paul NIC.-Xvihul' lfrm' 7'H'r1: Puul KIl'f'2lllIQX. 'l'nvn11ny 3Iv'1'u,x, IL1'1u,w- Xl4'l7ill1it,'l. xlillf' Iljlixulwtlv Klvllill. Hllzxebullu Mn-lmuslm Slwrrx' NIC xuy. Iam' llfrrr. Nlulrel IJULIISL' Xl:-lima lmriy NI1'NliHLil1. Mary 1,011 Culxlu XII'NL'il. Hvlly' lloyd Ng-xx"m4,-1'1'5'. Annette XVee2ks Putw, Hlllfill' Pug Ilmf' I"m1f'.' Hvlx-11 Imvis Quillvn. l'l1zn1'lch Itullkm, Hmm!! Huw, Im-lc Suuls. L'hz11'lef 5C'lll'G'il1E'I' Hazel Sc'1'L1L5gs lfflll' I-'il'r.' XViIIfLu'1'x Svruugx Fmmk Shzlw, HL-lly '1'I1iu'pn,-11, P1'L11le11r-v Tmlrl. .lcimlwu Vlnmn, Rau' Yin r-uli, l.'mr Nm' 'IMI Y4Hll'llA'4,'s. Ann XV111'xxxm-k. IMWIII15 Whllw-, Ilmhilltllil Wlwv. Hnuvlv XYlllinlu4. Winnie Leu XVilli:xm5 Ron' S:'L'r'n.' Yann XYilli'l't'C. ,Je-zwlwlte Yuung J I Mgr' lffglfliy-17714 SENIGRS NXTR1 Hl X 4 X f 1 if X f 1 ,I . X f x x ,f X X f X X X 'M' - Ag ,,',11" ., f ll A :Q-5.323 MT 'Q X 7 f will , , , , f 1 1 , fl 1 X f W 'A'- 1 A 'S' ' 1 51' ' A 2 5741: if ,,, I gf, X xl .',. V---v .f -YJ fail: 010 f E To crea'l'e,main+aln,ancl exlend 'lllrouqlwou-l' 'l'l1e lwomepsclwool, and communl'lq,lwiql1 slanclards of' Clwrislian clwaracler. .3116 ,x 'ik ,v- '57 lfirxl Ifmr: P1'esiflc11l, Rllllliillllil XYl1ite: X'lCQ'PI'i3SlllQlll, Pat C'1'z1wIeyg SQCl'6I2jl'j', liZlll'lI'j'11 Hawley: "l'1'easL11'e1'. Dorothy l"wl5llUl'Q Se1'eeL111l-at-z11'111s, lluszu lie1'11stel111 l'1'np:1'z1111 C'l1z1i1'111z111. Pl'llfl9l1L'Q Tfvlfl, Swvrnafl Hlllll' Miss E111111z1 S0utl1e1'- lzmcl, N:111n'y A1l11111s, GL-1'l1'11fle Buss, .lnyce Russ, Betty Hezuwl. Annex .lean B1'ox1'11, .IUQIITITQ B1'm1'11, Betty .lo Bryz-111t. 'l'hi1'4I lf1nl'.'G1'e-5' lhllllwk, A1111 Butler. C'L11'uly11 C:1111e1'm1. lilsiu Collins, Yi1'ui11iz1 Cu1'lw11. Be-tty l'1'01v1le1', Mz11'i011 f'Llllll't'lll. l11111l111e llvw. l"HlIl'Hl lfmr: .lunile l':IlXYill'1lS. l,oi4 l"leisl1111z111, Hevky Alilllili .lfl1ll1l'I0 Blaullslvy. Doris Mc- Nlillun, Sl1i1'ley Mills, H1-tty l2llQl'll. fiilllo Sl1u1x', lfiflll l1'41n'.' Hl'LlllLl 5lllLlLIlllQl', Helen Sfblllllllill, .Iuyue XYz1llac'0. Dorothy XVl1ile. -lillllf' Wllcl111u11, lmu Yaitws Fayr Eiflllf-ll'TlI'0 Arthur: Sergeuiit-at-Arms, Mary Iilizabetli H1 JUNIOR TRI-I-II-Y X' ,ggQ.Z:F:'i" TIE " ' " '?fi2E'E5:2g.f.' 3, , 122'2?:4:SfZZ?f?rZ U . 2 23. ., gg. -iw. DT, A H ,.,,2..:::,j5i3:,I V' ...:..x H 1- 6, 75: " v s, -an , V -as Eflj 5? . Jr 1- I., - ' 5' .5f:,-V ' ' 52, Q' ' ' 'A P , 4' . 'egg' :-, , P , 'fjigaq -,, " " - -, 1 -4 i I Q ..:,,H:5 .-Q I i -Z .,::::5f3i:::::ZEEE :.11,3F,A H, I H 1233?-1-,,::,,,,.,E:-E ,: his t if-'S . -- --- V - M fp. ,A gu y' in . 4- ' ,A W V., V - Sie M 4' N, ' gl , - 3 f- 4. 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Gayle- XVilli:misg Se-L-1'eta1'y, Delores Grec-my Treasurer, Margai'e-t Mc' Mn-Dill: Adult lezlrler, Miss Iilurting Mary Owens Hell, Maury Aim Barts Julia Ami Canzuly, Kitty Cook, Mivkey lfleislimuii, l'7orf-as Gaines, Put Gilisfiu, Elizabeth Goulllmzm. .Iuliu Graham irley Holmes, Both Jenkins, F1'z1m-us Jernigan, .loam Julmson, Sue Jnliiwmi, Julia Kmmorly, Virginia Mcllillun VH L rug Ox elliellx lxlllx Hu L Pilnii H l ry Lou Folviii Mc-Neil, Betty Hwyll Ne'wlJe1'l'y, 2- X zel Scruggs, .lorry Snirler, ,Il-lm Lvlllllll. Ami XYzii'ui1'k Sl 1 . een Quilliii, .Juiw linlwris Paya' Eigllily-7'1if'l'f SOP!-ICDMORE TRI-I-ll-Y TRI ,f HI x Y Nw,- Va sf. ' ,. ...7 'CL' in 35 A, r an 'C' First R11112' Clmrlotte Lilly, P1'wiriemZ Tlehecczz Pitman. Vic-Q-P11-siflenlg Allene XYn-llcms. SCL'I'E'l8l'YI Joyce Brock, Trea- surer: IfZll'lllll'll Vuswlexi Pl'L'JHI'LlI1'l f'hLlil'lNLil11 Plllrj' Adame. Mary Lou Henrlp-1', Su-mfr! HOII1' ,lozmne Brinkley, Patty Faye Hullurcl, .Icweel Cmmmly, Milclm-rl t'u1'te1', Viviun Fzxsul. Rosa Lee Herring. Barlmm Hughes, 'l'l1i1'4l linux' Milrirerl Hunt. Peggy Lee .Icvlmsow Mary .Io1'cl:m. 1191011-s Levis. Elizabeth AlCl"s1lIIj't'l1. Pe-225' BIQKQH, Mary Daniels RIL'Rainey f"lllII'Ill llnrrf .June He-im-cke, k-Irlwyn Slmm. A1111 'I'l1un1w11r, Xlererlitl1 Tyson. Pagp Eighly-Four FRESI-IMAN TRI-I-II-Y If 78? " . 5, ,, ' it I A, , fx 'El i - " -' -4-' "" , ' X x. 'f f 5? 33" Qgq' t 4-. ff :sn wr. , . N-4 , L ' qs: 5 1 'r .ji it 2 kg Y -M .4 w. wr'---v NW Nha X Q- -. Q77 A ,gh fo. M, ,...v Martha Rhodes, President: Alice Ann Miller, Vice-President: Jeanette Penton, Secretaryg Virginia Lilly, Treasurer: Patsy McDaniel, Sergeant-at-arms: Faye Bullard, Program Chairman: Betty Fisher, Gloria Bass, Sylvia Edwards, Kay Fish. Nellie Allen, Dorothy Ave-retle, Piltriviu Borts Beth Boxxen, Mary Outex Ili 1 Saleta Burch, Shirley Garrett, Frances Lambert, ', L trim Bf,DllSl11l6I. Putriuifl Homrner. Page Eighty-Fire' BOYS' SENIOR I-Il-Y mv' 7 015 .-v ur 'Dx 4: 'VU' -.--gn .,,.f qv .ww ,,pvm..,, mx .M wr, 'lung' 'JW 2-av v-,ar -v"5 ' Cum uvms 'Q-H' CLFANSPKECH :mu sronrs ti.tAN5U90LARSmv - ' . .. -'-- 4 N Buddy Green, President, Joel Jenkins, Vic-e-President: Trueman Hun, Sec1'eIzi1'y: Clizirles T. I-leigh, T1'easu1'e1'3 He-rvy Averelte, Charles Beatty, George Biggs, Marion Buie, John Clonlz, Eclwarcl Davirl, Billy Iiverelle, Joel Fleishman, Hobby Hayes, Bobby Holmes, Jimmy Lewis, Daniel Maxwell, Harolnl Alerilin. Ronnie Milligan, Cluirles Alorris. Jimmy MaCGill. .lim Macllae, Paul 31L'Al'lhlll', Paul McCauley, Tommy Mcfny. Cliurles llzinkin. Ulizirlex SL'hl'eine1', Frank Sliziw, Curinon Snipes, Jimmy Vunstory, Vzmn Winfree, Ramon Yzn'hni'migl1, Page l7ighty'Si.1: JUNIOR I-ll-Y Pat Chandler Donald Canady George Herndon Owen Cook Miz Davis I'r1'.wir1r'r1l I'ir'1'-PrftQirl1'nt Sf'l'I'l'lIIl'jl 'l'l'!'1lSlil'1'l' SIHIHNUI' x. .X-"""'iQ :ff'n-,V K ' Q l 5415? ' Sifffizl 2-4 5 if'-'-If '. " "IW" . ' --3?,ff:" .' . - ww? l . f-Az iz, ' E-f .f ' ' ' , 13,2 "'- 1:, " :ip -I l ,512 i . A. .. Q .EL . J I ,. ,I , S lvl, 7 51:3:E.:4-, I ., x ,,,. I A . ,. 5?-as . K "'f55'114 . 5. f -' -'-' . , ,P ii Ex N . 2 ,...L "W .. X "" N5 , 'fa - I ,. Q W... :iii-:EE E f, Q Mkf vz:--by In ik. , ie?-32 X f V Q fl l 1,1 - -4: - -iwpq-rig: ,, Aclolphus Berry, Louis Bullard, Ray Clie-sluire, Jun-kia Cmuin, Herman Fluislmmzm, Jimmy Hall, Cuinplwll Huigh, Dun ny Jezmes, Billy Johnston. N0 Pivlurru' .Iac-kie Hurfiiso Paul Monroe, Riuhaircl Player. Calvin Poole, .lim Vogel, .Iuhn C. Williams, Bum,-k Willifoml ll. Prmf Eiglzry-Sffzw'-11 l' HB' N Q, my -:f I :iw , ff? Q " f 2 . y ' A -' ' ,, 1 , , 1446, m 1 1 , ' 4 Q- Z ,Q 1 QL ,i 'SV , ,' ' er 2 ' V- X KM' in l 1 l I W , -2 '1'?"D":Ni ,- ia 2' f7z,?a..- 5-1. X Q-.3 5-1. ,qv .M 57" M-lv 'MV Q ' ,gw,,M.'..,,wv4mv4ama-mm V W . .. ,rf . ..-r.: 1:m'6"7f'5'A"i"'+"'f' 'T' 'W 2' 'I' ' - 1"irsIlf1:11'.'.Iez1n licznwl. I-Ilizq1l'mtl1 Luc-us, Fl'llllCL'4 .lt,'I'l'llQLlll. Helly Ruse Smith, Put Gilrsnn. .lean NX'lwele1'. .loznlne Holmes Srwmlfl Ifmr' AI11 llulwm' Hum-ll. liuszl liuwlnlffllu. Hvlly lizll-iew, ,lxu-li K'llll1lt'l', ll. H. llnfnrtll, llznlriw- Link- ous, L. EI. lleuues. llrym Williannw, llillx' Xvlllltlllkilll, .Ie1'1'y 'Flll'Ilt?l', .leun Sumo, Helen .luuksm,:n. Stanley TeSsle1', Third lfuzrg Nlzxnie Lou Arlxnnw, lbzlplnng Ilmx. lllmnwn Haws. Imxnl Hznxley, .lem Mintz, .lou llnllinusherl, Viviun P:n'l-ici: Faye l'lcnfl4el'swn, Ill-llx' Huw XX':nlIn,-rx, l'1'l,-vl4liv Hlllllll. Ilulylmy 'I'lw1'nnll, I-'urfrllf lfnffx' Clznulel H1blllllQ4XXlIl'lll, .Inv Alun' Page Eigh ty-Eight fl l 's Sax 'Wx t N V 1- - a', i Llfllff ,,.,,,. r K.. Q - xx.. ...N Hzitclwr, Eflrliu Suinner. Riti-hiv Smith. Brooks Grimes, Ric-hzml Player, John C, XViIliams, Tony Sessuins, Bobby Be-ri iiingtciii, C2ll'l'llUl'l Snipes. Fifth lfnllt' lirl Moi'i'isoii. Kiitlie-riiie Ccinner, Hill DeV1iiie-, Buylus Brziinlilf-. Teal RUSS, Rich- zirfl Jolinsuii. Ge-i'ti'ufle Buss, Frank Hamilton, Billy XYi1lUi'l'S,Blllj'.IlJl1IlSl,lll,XVEUKSPlll'l'i6'l'.Nl.l'Hl li'41i1'.' Jimmy Hall, Runnie Milligan. .Iuyi-Q Bliss, .Iuuiiiio Brinkley, Cliurles Schi'eiiiei', Gene Cook, Viviiin Hollingshuil. l-Iililie Dunn, Zeb gi:ii'4lnL-V.lklairiuii X'1iiiii,.N'w1':'f1ll1 lfnu'.'l.iflilQll A4luins,.li1ines .luliiisun, Glen Cqilms. Nh-VIP liiwwk. Sluiihvlil Felton, 'anim liii lxiril. P1100 Eigfliljl-Ninf' BAND LETTER CLUB - ,H ,,!,.:.:N,A, 9, V , . .,., .,.., - . W n A6 ,..........-- First Hu1l't.Iezin Beuril. Jean XVheeler, Frances Jernigan, Elizabeth Lucas, Betty Hose Smith, Pat Gibson, .Joanne Holmes, Setvnrul Muir: Stanley Tessler, Baylus Brzimble. Bull Bennington, Frerlrlie Smith. Carmon Snipes, Rosa Bern- stein, David Hawley, Billy VVhitehenLl, Joyce Bass, Faye Henderson, Mr. Bosell. Tliirrl Roux' Tony Sessoms, Bill De- vune, Vivian l'arkei', John C. Williams, Manic Lou Adams, Hichzirtl Player, Dziiihne Dew, Frank Hamilton, Gertrude Hass. Fnnrrli lfun-.' Ronnie Nlilliuzin, Marion Vann, Joe Mack Hatcher, Claude Hollinswortli, litlnlie Sumner, Stanlieltl Felton, Jiininit- Hull, Viviun Hollinsherl, Weeks Parker. Fifth lfnu-: Liclflell Adams. Katherine Conner, Charles St-lii't-iner, Gene Cook, James .lulmstnr Billy Johnston, Ed Morrison, Glenn Capps. MAJORETTES lfrances Je-rnitgim, Betty Ruse Smith, I-Ilimlwtli Imcus, Belly Bezircl, .lotunno Huliiies, .lean Wlweler. X0 l'icfurcs: Pat Gibson, .leun Huzirfl. Pam' Ninfly INTERNATIONAL RELATIGNS CLUB President, Jerry Snider: Vice-Presirlent. Carol Baker: Secretziry, Virginia Corbett: 'I'reusurer, Hettx' .lezin Biirresi Fleishlnan, Luis Fleishlnun, Charles T Huigli, Huy Harris, Hubby Hayes, Duris Jun-kmm, Aliirsranel NIl'.'XlIll'ILll'. Nlurilvn Yelsun, Helly Hoycl NEUh8l'l'Y, Vivizm Parker, Annette NVeeks Parte. Giliie Shaw. Slunley 'Ik-slelg .HIIIIUX Yun Surry Put XVLinle-ss, Ruby XYiggin5, XVinnie Lee XVilIi4nns. Pam' Ninrlu-Um Vlildretl Ayers, Betty Baker, Annu .lean Brown. Juliu Ann Czmafly, Gene Cook, 1-'rank Iillerhe, Iilnizl Fenillev, .loo TEE -AGE Rilflihll YLll'lNll'OLlUl'l H1':11l:1 Slanulitsi' M ll ion Culbieth 1'i1'4"l'f'1.vi1Il'11f I'1'rsi1l1'l1! 3ICltfl1Ill1llf15H Mrs. .Iohn Mrs. Leon TEEN-AGE COUNCIL ROlJQl'lR-Cllflll'INf1ll G ibson Mrs. P. H. Todd M12 Frarik Casey Mrs. George Vosslel' Mrs, Charles Tnreatt Miss Louise Johnston Mr. Robert Chinnis PURPOSE OF TEEN AGE CLUB The purposc of tht' Tccn'Agc Club is to provitlc clanccs for all high school stu cnt members. Recently wc have startctl having our Friclay night clanccs in thc high school cafeteria. Ar Christmas tirnc this past ycar our club atloptctl a family and furnishccl thcm with ncccssitics that helped thorn to have a tncrry Christmas, Our club is host to thc visiting teams during football anal basketball seasons. A formal Christmas clancc at Brcece'5 Landing, with music furnishctl by lohnny Pages Ol'ClIC'5U'L1, was thc outstanding event of the club's activities this year. Page Ninrty-Tu'o CLUB WW X fig' P41511 Xin FUTURE I-IOMEMAKERS I Presirlulil, ,Illini Nlanilllslryz Yic'u-l'i'esi4li-nl, Glurizu liousqllutz SUf,'l'k'l2ll'j'. llmrlu Slaughlorg 'l'l'K'llSlll'Hl', lfllizulwlli Lucas: llisluriziii. liurlmrn llvyiinlrlsg P2111lLll'Il0lll2ll'lZlll, Hi,-tty Fisher: Sung le-mlers, Peggy VULISU, Maury F1'1111c'us 'Flirezitti Joyce Xcm,-vvflmw, lla-ily Am-km-r, Nunry Amlzims. H:1rlJzi1':i Applw, l-Elin Nav Atkinson, lCai'le,-iw Heller, .lnyco l!1'm'k, Geiievu Cle- ments, Aiirlrcy Unto, AIill'l2ll'lf'llHJl'Pll1, .ICZIIT1il'1ll1llllllll, M:i1'gairel Grillin. Pzilririn llnll, lizi1'lwu1'zi Harris, Sara Hill, ll1'ac-1- llulvsuii. lkirulyii llnlnivs, Ami lluixlws, Fl'Lllll'E'S .ICl'lllfLfllll. Suv .lulmsuir .lulia Keliiwfly, l'eg.fp.ty Leeily, lrene Nliill, lilizzilml-lli Alrlfziyrlm,-ii, livvsmf llzwkluy, Palsy Sumlersrmli, .lniw Short, Grain-v Smith, Millie Sports, llznralyn Nwzurlz. Xl1ll'Lflll'I'lll' 'l':ivlur, Ire-nv 'l'limmips1m. Alury TlIl'll0l', Iilleem- Xvllllllifllll, Aiinc NYurrvll. livtty XX'ililf-rs, Mrs. P+-iillvr, Slmlmur Yu I'i4-lurr, l'1lll'll'l2i l'1mnmi, Alun Carts-r, Palsy I1Pl'l'lK'k. lnlfjl' ,N'i1r4'ly-Ifuzn' LIBRARY STAFF FII' QQ- ' First I?ou-: Louise Helms, Lorrztine Ac-eveclo, Audrey Cote, Pat Butler, Peggy Cannon, Jennie Harris, Mary Alice Lot' lin, Joyce XVallz-ice, Carol Baker, Nancy Mt'A1'thur, Betty Illt-Laurin, Joyce Aceveflo. Eleanor Koester Sfcmzfl Row' Miss Re-velise, Helen Stone. Czt1'lyle Howl, Fharles Howie. Curtis Britt. .lnel Fleishmah, LeRoy Slaughter, Kate Shaw. LIBRARY STAFF The Library Stuff is made up uf students wlw are especially interested in library work. They take care of all the routine tasks in the library zmtl are very helpful to the students. It uoulrl he almost impossible to operate the library without the help of these assistants, Pllflt' Xint ry-First SCOTTISH DANCERS Filrvl 1111112 Billy Willix H9115 CJx'9i'lwck. Hairy linens Bell. 'I'1'uf-maii Hun. S11-mul linux' Luuis Bullarfl. Julia Kennedy Kitty Cmik, Gayle Willigimm Pruilcm-is 'l'f+rlfl. Billy Iixvu-tie. Tliirrl lrmr: Davirl Fry, .Mlm C. Williams, Joe MOGugan Xu l'if'lurv.' .lwziime l1l'UXXll. linill Nlk'Al'lllllI'. Yirgziiiia C'm'liett. Prlgl' .X'irzPI!l--YU' CLUB 53 .par wr-1 WTI' nv. ln. President. Al Crisp: Vive-P1'esi4le:i11. I.. J. 'Voilrli SE'L'l'k't2Il'j' zinil 'Tl'k'Ll5lll'L'l'. Vurlif lhmilg Iii.-we Auu.-N. ' ti hu ix 1 lm l l i li, . Margie Beicller, Peggy Berry. Ruflfilph Bishop. .I, D. Brailfurcl. C'lia1'les Biuliimii, William Bullaril. llnln-i'L llnilwr. Bernarcl Campbell. Bonnie Carrington. Billy Coleman. Elsie Collins, Virginia Darclan. l-Itliel llmlsuii. Kalliiwii liraililx. Louise Grainger. Flora Gruluy. Floyd Hall. John Helins. Bobbie Hou ie. Artlnir Hulabaril. Jim Hiibliaiwl. Welnli Huuliels Lillian Hulon. E. J. Keiinedy, Harmon Hive-tt. Dennis Mintz. XYeeks Parker. Joyce Ross. Xlvllllkllll Shaw. .JQYQQ Sinitli. ROUPIW SYQIUNHNSV BNN TlTiE'l'vE'n. BODDX Tliornall. Tefl XYalla1n'e. Jake XX'el1s1f-i' .Yu lJi4'!uri: Cliarles Gibson l'uyf" ,X larry-Seri fi JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS -. ,Q . N... 'Q O. l tl I-'irsf Row, iff! to right: H. E. Bobby XVilkiiis: R, T. Jeanette Poiitou: R. G. Toziksie Tucker: C. Mary Lee Breece L. G, Betty Jean Blzickmzmg L. T. Virginian Lilly. L. E. Morgan Hale. Su-nm! I-Inu-, Iwi! to right: Q. B. Dot Aveii 9 u Third lfmr, Ivfl lo riglhf: H. H. fatty Miixwellg L, H. Erma Dziiiue, I-'uurth Razr, Irfl tn riylii: F. B. Mary Oates: Alice Miller. EAVQRI-l-E YELLSU! Qhl Hey Gniigl Huy Gaiigl I-Icy-y-y-y Gcmgl Ohl Hoy Gaiigl I-Icy Gangf l-Icy'-y-y-y Grmgl YVliut's the matter with thc team? The tcamrs all right. Xllho sgiicl wi XVC all said so. Give fiftccn rizlu for thc Paycttcvillc team. Ohl rah, rsh. rah. ruh. iah rah, iuih, rah, rah, rah lah, lah, rnh, rzih, lah Fayetteville! Enyt-ut-ville! Team? Tcamf Tcuml XVE'RE GONNA E-I-G-H-T XVc're XV Cl1'C XVc'x'c XVc'i'c Page XincIy'E1glit Cl-IEER EOR Tl-IE Cl-IEER FOR TI-IE XVI-IITE BLUE S gonna f-i-Q-li-t Clicci' for thc Bluc null Clit-ci' for the Xyhitc Clit-cr for nhl- Bulldogs with .ill your might. gonna f-i- -t Sunil 21 roar of cliccrs ou high, Slialie clown thu tliimilcr from tht- sliv. gonna f-1-21 h-t Xylictlici' the otltls hc grunt or small.. Olt- Enyurrt-villu I-Ilgli will win over all gonna light tciiin light XX'liilt- our loyal ttuui goes mucliiiig oiiwaiixl to victr Q QXQYEEEHQ EEWEE475 . 4,,,- 7 'iw' v 18 1 wi Q... ,Q fm 'PE , r P., Y -' x M ., X xv 5 - ,.-12 fx 3 . ' w,.'5f i -.1-, f' ff ' 1.1, .. -, 4 W 53 n 2 Q F 53.40 .t X H - ! EEA- . Qi PC1510 Ninety-Xinf Q1- I 'f RADIO CLUB 4 can -v-1 vu- Es ww, J. 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Prim Hur' llizrlriiwrl ll THE BULLDOG STAFF , q w , 'V' ff Q . 1 gk G' ' 1 : -1 if gx ,,.,, g .1 x ,N 23?-X7 "-' W ' fi ff 0' flfd 'f ' LW , 2' ,W ' ,f wr ' 1. W A7 I -' I , f , hwy idfadf cuff!! 76644 7L7fzm0f 11 0 EDITOR ADVISOR ASSISTANT EDITOR ' THEBULLDOG' 11251 .fl we av THE snug 4 n if ,, , . . Oc lLL:e. YY,l.' N A h I r N M f K1 7 7 L! ,gf ' 77lZ!fL4? Ei'!f,,cf d6b 974, spoms EDIT5l2 EXQHANQE EDITOR .- I -ui -rw! , fb J wjw. ., Ylaazza ,f,f'2ZZ2'q,4w,L Wm Mm lzusfwws MANA6Ef-l Alivzmwsfwe MANAGER c1szcu1.ATnON MA AGER Ill! Un: lllmrllv rl mul 'l'lnf ,lIJk'l'l Atkianun, Hx ulyn Arlulnn, Frzmk lillurln,-. Iluvisl Fljx, IfIux'lel1c Hs,-Ilcr, Junk Huy, Peuiy CIIHVIUII, Virginia Cu -: W. . +1-4 ' I' f-L -fm iii "' ' :Af Q. ' f, .Lg .Q mm. hut, I,uu Yam-s. Sn-ull Russ. FI'lll1l'1-'S Zxxhrzm. lL, Il. Hiuus. lhlm Um Ifrmflrwl IIIIIJ Tlffvf 1. Gum' Burr: mx IEUIIZLOI' NLil1Cj'AllfllNS1 Earlene Belle-r Aileen Bryant Hetty.IoB1'y:1nt Put Crawley John Henry Croom Janie iitlwards Dot Fisher Viviun Hullinsliecl .Itmius.Ioli11stni Prlyt: Um' lI'1mfIrt fl mul I"1 Jill' 1 74mm We qv- W-. n. Cb ,vi . ,. 'Sf Anna Jean Brown Joanne Brown Gene Cook Virginia Corbett Betty Crowder Marion Culbreth Luis Fleishman Peggy Hawley 3Ii1l'gi'l1'6t Ann Lee Christine Manos .Ioan Maultshy Shirley Mills Edgar Poe Betty Queen Rrafla Slaughter Eddie Sumner Joyce XVallaice Pat XVanle-ss Ruby XViggins .Tanie Xvllllllliill SC1Jl'lRl"-,S l3lr.v1114'.vx flllziinffz dbg 'RN KP? an Wig: 50" 'fu--W-f fl VIN? Duris Mchlillizin Bulb ML'GlynI'l Clmrles Schreiner Gillie Shaw Stanley Tesla-1' Prudence "I'oclfl ,p'-W5 my Dorothy White Ruihanna XVhite liuu X utes 111' Um' Illzlulrul limi Fir: LATIN CLUB 0 " 1 Q " v ' r ZX X F ,On-f Q -sg 7 NX?- l l " - fl ll - ' l1Ill'- E' an an ,- M aw.. ,,,.. uw' 'l""" ev- '-3" NN' -.5 ,- -w f"- .K " 'AA Q.. . ,ivy ,.,.., ""' al- ,TIC an au. rm Firxt lfllllf' Allene XYelluns, lJl't'SlClt'1'llQ Peggy Johnson. Yin-e-l'l'esicle11l: Hurlvuru Vossler. St'C'l'E'T1ll'Y1 Mary Dzmiels MC, Rainey, 'l'1'eusL11'e1', Szwzrrvl linux' Patsy Aclums, Rlilrlred Ayers, Blulvom Bethune, Dorollly Bowers. 1Jcm1'oIl'1y Bumsoh. Putty Faye lrlllllilfll. Louis Hullgnwl. Tlzirrl Iflllll' Duhulrl f'L1llLlKlj'. Put Chzmrller. Huy Cheshire, Uxyeh Cook, AlZll'Hill'Gl lame Cuoper, Hill llevzme, Viyiun Fusul. l"u1u'l11 lfuzrf Herman 1'llt'lSllll'lLlll, Peggy lluwley, George Herhllsm, .Iounne Holmes, llamhy ,le:mes, Belly Lou llilllllllll. Cllznrlotte Lilly. I-'ifllz lflllli' Paml Klmmrue, Yiyizm l':n'l-Cel: Noel Pelree, Betty Ann Smith, L'1n'cmlyh Smith, Nleremliill 'l'ysuh. Put Wgmless, I'f1gfe Hur' ilundrrd rmrz' SLI' LE CERCLE FRANCAIS ', f Ye' . ,,," - V' , vi' Q -. ,, V A I ii -'f,- ,ir 5' 1 - f L4 ini.--1 -' -ua... . A . 1 y 5-.,,:..,,M X sk!! , , XM , f W, ,V.i.,.1v, ,fx fy, , , .' V W 4 ., . 344- ,.3g,':?f, , K W 1 ' ffgggfgmj 'f f 'V , M K Qs X f "'g2?f 'wi -Q A-' M V ' . N 1 H2 V Ur A 1' A-iv ,, ,. , 4 L- ,y ,gif ,f .N ,, I 1- ' nv 4 'A ' - 4 3--' Ik ,M Y V -, 1 . Yi Q. I ... J., V - ,Q -2, 'L - ,, f . ew f .wk M A f . 4 4 9255 A , ' X, K ' ". - .c' - K ' -.1 'iafz-zyf' ,. 4 1 5, 1. --1, 4:.j-4 41. v- . ' ' 1 1 " fl ,H-5-.,s, '75 ', V ,f 'ES' 'M A 'RV ' firffr' J' -' J' gi:- f::..y .wi - , '- ' Wie-Sig " -' 'hz z, :LEAP Q . A ., -,ff , ,wifrgy ' , in V 1 pp 3- 4-af - 9 , X '.,g.5':1': 144- 3,15 ,gg ,, V, -2'-5,1 1'-N in in gi: i - A A . if-'H 'X . -5 4 I - T' W' if 5' - of ' W . r, J. . - X F .. , ' y -V In H- '. 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Huy Sliephercl, Hitvliie Smith, Adrianne Stulil, Eziclie Suninc,-V, Nlzwulyn Swzirlz, Joe 'l'l1nnn1msun, .lnnie XVil1lm:1n, .Yu If Mi'I,e-un, llnlmlry Ilansly. Pam' Our' 1'1ll1lfII'Frl and Eiylzi ' i'lu1'a's: Myrtle Lee Smith. Ed Maniiow, B1n'lJui'a PHUTUEHHUHU CLUB C-. Q tv f ,' , if . . -M ,+., Y-5' . A Q QQAQ Q, f qw N5 .el 4 -X -.G - in, . , . 4 ,rant ,- , ubvb, Nb: . . , , 'xx' 1 L 5 V f - V K yr gg ,Q a W' QMJW if ,WW A ' ' 429' ,: - f9'44'W' ll if ' A V Amvxsop. VRESIDENT vlcg-pngsuoetmr if-2.1 11, -- ' . . . N X l Y tX...3g,,Q I. ,,., L i, ..,,,4...,1,.v k N 2 Z9 , 7 7? Y . 2345 x . ...,. W da ,ad TREASUQE R is i" " in S E C RETA QV D Q " 5 'ifiiiff Q ' f ie- , -, 'Ee :::,,,.E,'23C-..fj ..: ,E x 1 , , ?" ,, 3' f F 'f 'fm-121291,-sgQ1ff-1'-2 '1 , .. lx c L..f 'a, U ,. ,., V 42 Y 13" Q9 wwf 1 v! W . , X I5 fl ! 1 , "1'1 .v1Q - . Page One Hundred and Nine ADVANCED GLEE CLUB 'f ff, ' Q 1. i '19 9 . I-'irsl Rmr, l,r'f1 In riyfhlz Betty Barresi. Rrfiflu Hluiiglwteix Sara Pickett. Rosa Mae Bernstein. Joyce Pigg. Agnes Mon sour, .Ioan Kuzinza. C'1irolyn Hnlines. Marguerite Tziylmy Barbara Apple. .Iuzin Maultsby. Miss Massey. Srrunrl ROIL' lvfl In I'l!l1If.'.lGZill l-lenrfl, l,rilli:-QE' Mcliee, Gweiiflrilyn Young. Hutlizmna XVl1ite. Janie X'l'ilclmzin, Mary Lou Colvin Catherine Sykes, Fi'1inc:es Cleminons. Virginia Free-nmn. .Joyce Yming, Dugzilrl Graham. Bobby Brigmzin, Arthur Bib bins. XValter Brown. C'l1urles Murris. ,lim Pec'rn':iii1u. Tllirrl lfolr, IM! lo Flllflff Hensrlalv Bramble. .loe Muflugan, Frances Jernigzin, .Iumlilli Peoples, Helly f'i'mi'ile-12 .loan Murphy, Peggy Cannon. Nina Bishop. Mary Frances Tlireatt. Doris .lan-kson, Mary Lois Gore. Doris Cl'lllI'l'l'llll, liarlzi Cummings, Norina .lean Flroxxn. Ruby XViggins. 1"r:i1r111 H0112 Iwft to riuhl: Merle Brovk, .lark Huy. XYzilIn1i Gutlirio. Bruve M1'Dzini9l, C. XV. Harre-lsnn. Ilewey Potter, Charles Shaw, Sammy Harris, Joe Sinilli, Huy Slwppziril, lfuul L'rben. XVilrle Hap cs. Paul Kl1,'Al'll'lLll'. C'l1urle-s Howie. BOYS' OCTET 'IT 'QW i ! S , I T, U.. i 1 as is isi 42' , " 52: H Tiff ' ..., - .-:4:,..-, i . ' 5 'ff zi:"'Ii5 , .s ' 1-6- 1 ,, - 5 A ' 1 , , , 4 GHZ ' r wifi? ,N 4 ' i P --, Q4 Q, ,K . 'G "'mP::..,'s4 Cliurlus Slixiw. .Inv Sniilli. 1' W. l"l1ll'l'l'lh0ll, Sziininy Hzirris. HL-nsmlzalv Hrznnble, Huy SllUlllll'l'fl, Pziul MCA1'tliu1', Joc Mcliugzin. Page One Hundred and Ten GIRLS' GLEE CLUB , 2 , ,f .....................,l .W si Q h Y W , Y L, , 'lo 4 'P ax . M5-. 1"' '1 Q1 . lfirsi Rm:-, IMI In riyfliff Sylyizi Sauter, l"'l'LlllCt'S l..txmlJe1't. Peggy lklt-Kee. Kitty l,Ylll'IEl', Jewel C8l'll'lLillY, Bui'ba1'z1 Cherry, Patgy Pauls, Etta Mae Atkinson. Betty Joyce Reayes, Eileen Russell. Sfwmrl Roux Iwft fo'1'ifl1IlJ Migs MHSSQY. Betty Lon Nunnery, Edith Ttirlinfgtmi, Patsy Mt-Vey. Mary Eileen Butler, Alilrlre-rl Hunt, Peggy Joyce Cronin, Peggy Miller, Betty Luu Sniitli, Betty Britt. Mary Lott BE'l141lE'l'. Tlziiwl Ifnu-, Iwff tu rmlzrx Patsy AlCL2ll1l'l1l, Joyce Farring- ton. BHl'l3Hl'Zi Morton. Viyizin Fastxl, Me-Veflitli Tyson, Yiyizin Pzirker. Milclvetl Ayers, Mztrtlizt Mc'Cm'rl, BHl'l72ll'2-l Vos- sler, Mary Daniels IXI41'Rainey. HGlUE'CL'il Pittman. Patty Faye Hiillziiwl, Mary .Iui'tlzii1, Peggy Hawley, Betty Rose Smith. GIRLS' OCTET AI'l'OlllIlLllllSl. lJ1,11'rus l,llllllGS I-'ifzwl limit' Nc ' ,v,JI'lllH Jenn B1'UXYll. ltulwy XYig:ins. Gillis Sliuw. .luunml llimmii, Ni rmwl Ifmfx' Xnginm tmlnli, Mary Lui: Culyin Xlt'Nvill. llutliztnnzt XVl1ile. Klnry Lois Gtin't1. Pays' Um Humlrrtl 1lIll1Elt'l'tl7l KAPPA BETA CHAPTER ofthe FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA iff D f 1 X! 'z f ff' 44 ff' , vv- . V1 A " .24 , f. I Tri! 5: 'WL 11' WK V' Av' X we X VFX va, 'M4 ,.,- VP! -vm wr 'VN ,...--f nw Jw sus "'-' 'if 'V ""' QU? Miss Kate Broatlfoot, Mrs, Janie Sinnnerinan, Advisorg Betty Crowder, President: Doris McMillan, Y'iC84P1'QSld9HIQ Mar garet Mc-Arthur. Secretary: Ed Cook, Former Treasurer: Janie Edwards, Present Treasurer: Miss Carolyn Long Advisor: Lorraine Acevedo, Manie Lou Adams. Rosa Bernstein, Mary Ann Borts, Joanne Brown. Virginia Corbett Elma Fendley, Lois Fleishman, Mickey Fleishman, Peggy Hawley, Jean lngold, Doris Jackson, Mary Elizabeth Mc- Dill, Dorothy Marlowe, Shirley Mills, Helen Quillen, Gillie Shaw, Maralyn Swartz, Prudence Todd, Gayle XVilliams Page One Hundred and Twelve Q- . :-Fafff. 'N 5 , Q -. .W .. ,,.,., bg.. qu, S , .,x .5 Zfuim . T2 1 ' ,-v 5' , , .. SECRETARY an 'lv' was- 'Rf XQNDQQ i. M in. . 5 j WI.. M if 0 wmnfw j3V2l.2:1E: 'f ' 1 CLUB 'ww 10' ,va 4,-4 fw- nw fi,-if 1-'wi F' v VICE-PRESIDENT um" . V... . A A .P fs. 5. ' 'V' 21,5 .1 -hi., N " 52 iam.. Q.. . Wafcofuz Widow TREASURER -av-. an-v vm... .rs fu Martha .I. Allen. Milrlrerl Ayers, Betty .lean Bzirresi. Gloria Bass. .Iinnny Black, .lnaiiiie Brinkley. Julia Ann Cnnacly. Glenn Capps. Audrey Coroi Betty Fisher. Elizabeth Goulflinun. Roy Harris. Faye He-nrle-i'sc.m. Doris .lm-kson. Helen Jackson, Virginia Lilly. Carolyn Martin, Marilyn Mn-Clonil. Tr'immy Nlfqltjlltllfl. Ann Niinswks. L. li. Reeves. Ted Russ, .lean Stone. Marilyn Swartz. .Iinnny Vaimini-y' Page One Hundred and Thirteen Weeks Parker ond I-Iis Orchestre First How: NYeeks Parker, Frank Hamiltrgm, Jerry '1'u1'ne1', L. Ii, Reuves. .Sfvmul 13014-5 Bzxylus Bramble, Ronnie Sanders, Bobby Bennington. A!- Q E fi ' 5 4 Page Om! Hundred and I"ufn'lfmf U sw u , gunna ll llll."" st "lo- ,fl X J W: A ul lbliafbi. lily'-If-'I f M- 1' X 174 Mm , Qi gg Ki si' fi SAF' 5eNi0Y N, XX 4' fl.. jg 4 uee Y! Junior- Senior "" "'? MAPS' OWEAI5 BELL :"1":1s?t' v?f?Y53-. 'saw r:- :i1:x:,-.-:QWQE1 . 1' ,.:-gerlis, , ' 2-fx 5:,51:55Eg3g. '- in V gigg .. . 4 wa. , . 5.. C 5- ' sv , X 7'OMM V IWCCOY- EIIIIFF IWHPSHAL - ""-. Q 1 4, z X' f. .1 ' Q. 'W ' 5 -H av L, J . 1 V 5 gw eiz - , ' 4,1 VIRGINIA M CMIL LAN ffgmj.g.g:-sv - - - - "es vb- Jffvf f,7Lff!?5E6:!C J CHAR: fs' fwzfvxmv , ' " --I- V ' - AM Q gr-:. ' 11 111 , - 1 .F if ' ,-'I. S' f 'Q H ,.. . 3 jffliiz '.:'? I 1 F,?v4f1IA' SHAW JEPPY SNIDEE' Page One Hzmdrcd and Sirtcen 1949 COMMENCEMENT President ,,, ,Y, ..A.7. ,. .., 7, ...,.7..,,.,,..... .......... . ,. ,,, , , 7V . . . . .. . Vice-President Y,,,, Invocation 7,,,,77 ,,,,,,,,,,,, . Salutation o.,A,,77,,77,,77777,, .,..... ,...,. Speaker on Student Development Presentation of Awards ttt,,,,,t,.tt, Gordon Nlclxleill .Frank Berry Chaplain Richard R. Bell Hivlerle Buie Betsy Lawrence, Iimmy Nlaloney .Principal V. R. XVhite Civitan Trophy '...,.. ...,.......... . ....... ........ . . . ...... Hilda Bullard Senior Oratorical Award ..... ......,.......... ................... ........................... Fx f lerle Buie Debateifs Pins ..........,.. ....... . . ....... Iohn Oates, Ir., Betty Turner, Sammy Hope, Merle Buie, Gene Cook, George Brinkley, lr. Choral ivfusic Award .......... ....,... . .. ....................... . ............ ............. . .. ........ Doris Baggett Nlathematics Award. ...................,................,. ......... 5 .......................... ..... ....... ......... B 0 b A llen Katherine Vardell VVilliamson Award ,.... ............. iN liss Longestis Freshman English Class U. D. C. Awards ...............,.. ..... . .. ....... Dorothy Fisher, Gillie Shaw, Charles Sanders Music Award flunior Highj.. .... .. .....,............................................... L. E. Reaves,IH D.A.R. Good Citizenship Award . .....,..,...,... Ruth Cole D.A.R. History Award .............,.......... . .... .... B illy Herring Citizenship Award Uunior Highj ,... ................ ..... . . .iklartha Rhodes Latin Award ...................................... ........ .................. ..,...... ..... . . H 1 irry Hickey lewel Box Awards ........ ......... . .,., ..... Iv l erle Buie, George Brinkley, Ir. Commercial Award ,..,... ....,.., ...,....,.......... ........ o s ephine Adams Sportmanship Award ...,,..,,r.......,t. . ....,..,...... ,,.........,.... C edric Iernigan Most Valuable Athlete Award . .,... . ....... Howard Cheshire, Dave Butler Stedman Essay fSeniorj . . .......... ........,............. . . .. .. Harry Hickey Stedman Essay Uuniorj . .......,.t.. Scott Russ Courtesy Cup Award ......... . Auxiliary Award .,..........,.....,......s. ,... . Ioel S. Snyder Award Uunior Highj ....,.. Senior High Scholarship Award ...... Americanism Awards ...,......,...,-,,.-,.r,. Band Service Award ........,.....,...r.s Senior Band Service Award ........... Chamber of Commerce Award ..... . B'nai B'rith Scholarship Award Guy Iones lvlemorial Award ..,...... Service Cup ....... ..,.,.............. ..,. . . Challenge Cup... .. Presentation of Class Awarding of Diplomas Valedictory ....... . .. Benedict ion .. ...Buddy Green Nlerle Buie .........lN'iary Dates Gaines ...........Dorothy Vxfhite, Bob lX'lcGlynn Liddell Adams George Brinkley, Ir. Frank Ellerbe .............B1ll Coley ......lohn Bull Betsy Lawrence limniv lackson ...........lXliss lean Von Canon ...... Dr. R. Ni. Dlive George Brinkley, Ir. Dr. Vlfalker B. Healy Faye One Hundred and Sevente i U f , i rd Wigii on mi-y new mm And on everv white horse lltl see licl wish ou Ll chicken Wishbone Anti this my wish would he: That the luck of Cverv ralnbitis foot And the luelc of uri old horseshoe And the luck than goes with L1 fourllenl clover Vv'oulcl all he bestowecl upon you So tnlie the luck of gi rabbitis foot Anti the luela of im oltl horseshoe Iumble them up together Aml herds OUR BEST T0 YQU Gillis Shaw i iei 4' M' QQQQQff.1'Tlf,i. s ,rf ,. -' ,. VJ . , " nf A ,ffl Ont' Ilunrlrerl and Eighteen F' J P ZW JQJ I I . - . E l949 .. 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M 5 :is-2:-':-'VI-12v1i:,','--1::.- 'S QQ -fs 11 33 "f " f"15"""5sk 'fr ' ' "fl: -.1 xx 5" I A , -f .., in 'Q EXIT Pam- Om" fIIllIfll't"IfG72!1 Nirzetfrn ff 'W Wy .GO 9 Qf 2 C Ill' f PKITAS 4 4 IVY" Ulllll KIIIII! ily r"' """ ' , U - Pnms FRANCE I ,.,4,..-.., ...,. -. , ,WAY ' - f-ff -- -'- .ul I .lhll 3? '- X 5'-I W' XA'- O Hdd dT ty Foyetteville High School Globe Trotters it 51,4142 x 'MK-f fm!! Z 'f 'Yi' 'y51My7f'5M' :,f4wa,,i 5 'r ein 1 zi,.!,i"? 'wi H' AVC' 'ffm 5, 4 my lv 'uid az, 1.:v,iiZlZff5fM4 ' 216' 'Q fe if ll wrt ft nm is iff, rf '1'f'ifif'3'fi W- i4?'f?ff"f1'i' ,.e-- -344,144 f4 .i....,,,,, 1...,,5 4, ,L ll -1, 1'r13i'feai- .' jf ei' ?- ,, ,,., 21:1 L 435' A. M -is , f,:vs4,,,,ff- qu- g.-,, ya -5 ,,,,,Sa. , ..,, W ,v.... ,.,. ,A.- , .ii no git., .gre First Razr: Robert Spelman, Larry Szymegek, Johnny Manos, David Hawley, George Speidel, Matt Chait, Jack Allen, Jimmy Lee, Gordan XVright, Stuart Beckley. Srroml Row: John Bradish, Dick Fuller, Al Burns, Bill Brady, Alonzo Mayo, Ted Voorhees, Floyd Martin, John Crosby, Xvayne Barlow. Third How: Janie Wililman. Rosemary X'Veeber. Marilyn Martin, Margie Thomas, Barbara Squires, Judy Breslin, Carol Fortier, Jerry Beller, Becky Manos, Era Havelos, Joyce Ace-redo. Fmzrlh Huw: Ric-hard Parker, Ann Barwick, Dorothy Hunter, Delores Greco, Ruth NVeeber. Carol McNair, Patsy Mc'Vey. Tommy Beller, Patsy Pauls, Lorraine Ar-evedo, Tommy Cottingham. Fifth Hou-J Salim Burch, Pat Hoerner, Lynne Granholm, Joyce Farrington. Bobbie Garvin, Joan lNIurphy. COUNTRIES REPRESENTED Hawaii, Philippines, Iapan, Italy, Austria, Switzerland, Germany, Panuniu, Alaska, Nicaragua, Greece, Korea. Pane One Hzmdrui and Twfrzty-One' MISS F. I-I. S. SNAPSI-IGTS MISS F. H. S. of195O Il: Q, EQ if VIRGINIA MCMILLAN, CLASS '51 P age Ono Hzuzdnd d 7 tg Hz THEY REPRESENTED OUR SCHOOL , 5 Q5 5 take ,-f" flir -'Glu' Cgreeoig Qviid i2iffO P5325-Teigiii-" f FSl2Qpel ceq!-ik DQGH2 fl N lf R . es S , aef'D'A' chfe' YS-911 V I 952223: ' n , heh Q 7.46 A V' -Xi X XX x XR Fa-wlexeeafdle' X . XXX G " Imlior Prize-Ivififzlazg Essay in Stfdnifzrz Essay Conlest, 1949 EDUCATION, THE MOST IMPORTANT CONCERN OF A DEMOCRATIC GOVERNMENT There are many factors which determine the success of a democratic form of government, but without a doubt, the educational enlightenment of the people concerned is the most essential re- quirement. It is the most important need because, without proper knowledge, no group of persons may govern themselves in the best possible fashion. ln nations where educational standards are low, one is likely to hnd a dictatorial form of rule, which takes advantage of the ignorance of its subjects to control the affairs of the people. ln the United States, however, such a dictatorship could not, Linder ordinary circumstances, exist because the citizens would demand the right to govern themselves. Nevertheless, the United States, which is outstandingly symbolic of this type of government, falls far short of being a true democracy in many respects. These conditions may be attributed directly to the fact that, while the standards of this nation are high with respect to those of other countries, the existing educational status is not comparable to the potentialities ol the American people. Since there is the inevitable fact that democracy cannot exist without proper enlightenment of the people, the question arises as to the type, manner, and extent of this education. The basis of one's preparation for life in a democracy is the ability to read and write, but literacy. although it is the necessary foundation for higher learning, is merely the beginning of the broad and varied education needed for a comprehensive and enriched understanding of a democracy and the condi- tions prevalent under such a system. ln addition to the basic fundamentals of this knowledge, one should acquire a substantial education in historical matter, especially that which would have bearing upon democratic theories and ideals. Equally important is the clear conception of current events as they alTect todayis history. Finally, there is that phase of education that does not come out of textbooks, but rather is an outgrowth of inherent qualities and one's ability ol self-judgement, common sense, and that understanding of moral precepts that can come only as a result of ex- perience in life. An essential factor also in this process of learning is time. An education that will justify participation in a democracy is one that cannot be hastily precipitated, for the assimilation of knowledge, as well as growth in moral stature, requires an appreciable amount of time and thought. 0ne's spiritual life plays. an increasingly important role in a democracy, since the founda- tions of this doctrine are based on principles ol idealism. Through the years of American progress our leaders have realized the necessity of education as a basis for an elhcient self-government, and the problem ol propagating our educational facilities in Page One Hundred and Tu'ei1ty-Firr' proportion to tlie population expansion bas presented a constant problem. Qui' earlv presidents expressed tlie need for public enlightenment and tbis concern bas been an ever present one. A Perfect democratic government can exist only in 11 theoretical sense, because in any nation tbere will be present conditions wliicli will act as impediments in tlie Path of Ll true democratic government. Alter consideration ol tliese facts, it would seem tliat tlie imperfections in tbe Amer- ican government may be in Part instiliableg yet our nation lids mucli room for improvement in its svstem. Education must be tbe motivating lorce behind a democracv, protecting it from innovations wliicb max' prove detrimental to its principles and guarding tlie welfare and liberties of the people Pursuing, its ideals and enioving its beneldts. Pfzyr' Um' llirnrlrrrl rlfirl T111 11111-.S'i.1' SIDGRTS I 0, if ' VP' f . 5 - W 'f f fl 5 ' f Mvwff ' X M k -A X N Z-R' ' X "-. X x' 9 "M - 000 V, X, XX -5 . S, 'Wx R E,-I il L 7LWHlZEl!i Jw-J 1 'f J I H- 1- 1 Coaclwllllclwael Spann Coaclfl Charles Clemenls Coach Clqcle Blqqers Coach Roy Warren 716 Polcli-5 , . .1 ,. v 4, fv vw " . ,A E 1 2 M, i K " 'J 7, . : ,- .'Q nf. -4,.,.,.f-' -- -M., if 1 I X 'J I ' K -fx. If 5 X lx , A X Q-1 N , l - 3:,g3:, ,,,g.f:- f r :fy A 'S V 5, fra- an ff M. l M fi v W 3 5 1, ll .as-,V 1' Fmnk Bel-ry Louis Allen Harold .les-nlqcm Co-Cup+oln,Foofbc1llQrlcl Basketball Co- Caplcxin, Bcxskefbvll Co-Cap-lain , Football Page Ono Hundred ar1dTwL'nLy-Eiylzt 9 I , lr g Q , Jgig 'A nf' , "' 'M nfka l:f fgw 513 "fA- Q3 ..,, I X : 1 , v V 5605 6905351 JOHNSON MCARTHUR BILL STIPICKLAND X .QQQTL J , Mc CDV -I 15 x Vbvq ' 'J 5M!Tff x 'N ,iii -f"ff:' E .-f' aw.f ""A ' gg Qwfmf :-- e " ' in : L .- " 3 gpq ylztzi Y I t sr .2 I 1 .-s Q , E' 6' A. IWERIAN WILSON I SCRUGG5 BRAMBLE 4 5? , . ' T : L V' , , . ,M Q - ,ff b i - ,--.bf 1 4 'X M41 f 15 'I 5 P5515 HA IPRIS f ' , , wyx A ku '- . f... fwm? f , V Q ,QR A . NY' 3 i ui i L. SMITH Q . .. vu, Nga- Q gil ' THEOFXEZ D K R r S b .. . A Q5 r f ? 3 15,5 . RA AIKIN If ff' CV,7lr'HMlltl1'ld I1 111 1 VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM 'Vlqbf -fn, First Roux' Hensrlzile Hrznnlile. Eugene Rogers. Willnirn Scruggs, .lohn Crosby. Fiji Marian, Ronnie Milligan, Bobby Theofielcl. Sfvuml lrozr: Mgr. Charles Morris, Hzirolwl Jernigan, Lee Smith, .Jimmy Mac-Gill. Eugene Johnson. Bobby Strickland. Joe Smith, .l. ID. Hrzulfm-41. Mgr Mzilcoin Bethune, 'I'liirfi li'm1': Mar. C. W. l-lairelson, Hervey Averette, Vtfesley Sinithinan, Bruce Poole-, Sunnny Harris, Frank Berry. Leon Dale, Marion Bnie, Frank Shaw, Tommy McCoy. Fourth Rout' Clinton Herlschi, .lllllll'lj' Lewis, Oliver Green. Gene NVilson, Bill Sl1'lC'klilllfl, Charles Beatty, Nick Kanos, Charles Rankin, Paul ML'Ai'lliu1'. SCOREBOARD lVe They 47 Siler City O 6 Clmi-lotto 19 41 Clinton 0 33 D iiii n 7 l 3 Goldsboro 20 l3 Rocky Nlo iiii r l3 O Durham 3l O W'ilson 6 is iznicigii 6 l 3 NVilinington 7 l'uyC Um' Ilunrlrrfl and Thirly Junior Vorsity Footboll Teom Q 34 i f!- 55 6- view eel Gif? YG ff? is ie ,ow "' A .Lu J 'slr 1.4 Firsl Rout' Bill Jerniqzin, .l, H. Rzinrlzill, Alonzo Msiyo. Pin i'li1inrllei'. Noel Pelvee. Holi Hensley. Frank Tiirnelt Aflolphus BE'l'l'j. Ray Cheshire. .liinnix Hull, Haini ilziine-. Clizivles 'l'ln'ea1it. Jiniiny Vogel, Tony Puqlisi, Riuliziril Dale, Donald Stranton, Boll Hirtle. Sawmill linux' Uoliliy Pliillipps. Oseui' Ri3l'I'j', lticlimwl Johnson. .John C. XVillifinis, J, L, Dawkins, .I1'.. lzlverette Schzitl'ei', George Duke, Bob lllfxllllllli. XY1illon Gutlirie, Geoi'S9 Gililws. Tl1f30llf1l'6 H1l1'l'iF. Jinimy Maclilae, Dick XDUUSG, Donzulrl Cziiimly, Flelvliei' Smith. Valvin Poole. Neil Ruin. Tllirfl lfnirf Cligii-les XY1n'il. .l. R RHl1LlOlIJl'1.1lZil'CllS Scruggs. Billy I,imrlol', Liiiniint Illnvkinain. Billy Jiilinsfm, Bimini Union. George Hernclon, John Dziskzill. Bobby Osborne, .lulnes Plillililll. Hniiny Nlinues, Huy Slieiiiuiiwl, C'li1n'les Nlritiixexivli. XYillia1'n Mc'Ai'1l'iiu'. Huy Wilton, Gary Tliaggzml. Nick Mc,-Corinick, Cozricli Hpann. SCORE BOAR D life 6 Hope Nlills U Nlusscy Hill 6 Golclsl:-oro 36 Lurnbcrton 6 Steclman 19 Lumberton 6 Goldbboro They Z4 13 28 6 28 0 13 Page One Huiiilrfvl and Tlzfrty-Our' VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD f, , 4 25:7 I A . V. ,.,. I 517151 IM A MfE6b Q- - I Charles ' Paul fgaffkffi l14ca4rU1uf- f I ef?-in 77 af Louis Sammy ' " -Allen f-fax-f-IS John Wzlburn Crosby Scruggs Mzcff Kanas fugene Wayne Pagers Barlow JL, xx! X-'rank 'Pay I Berry VINCOII 1Ve LXYOII-CUl1fc'I'FHfC Games They 1170 They 54 Dunn 56 33 Vx'il5un 66 42 Lumberton 62 49 Dnrlmam 62 39 Cnmpbcll Cc111cgc CFL-05115 53 311 Rocky Nfonnt 63 41 Dunn 43 511 XX'111I1l1I1gIUll 77 50 1.,lII'l11JC1'IOI1 34 -17 Go111x1wom 64 36 Kinston 61 32 R311-iglm 62 50 Clinton 48 46 XVi1mingtc n 64 I5 14t11 1X4. Bn. 22 41 XVi1sun 56 45 Clinton 41 45 Ruclq' Nfullxmt 55 N. C. A,-1 Cmzfvrwzu 57 Durham S9 40 Go1q1s1Jm'0 55 Tonrmmzvnt Sfore 42 Ihlciglm 78 34 High Point 47 Page Une Hundrccl und Thirty-Twu fN.C.A.A. C1lllIlll,754 Junior Varsity Basketball Squad nrwmu 5 K 45, ,Fi El r 'Msi"" qi First Jfuzv: Je1'1'y Morton. William N162-Xl'l11Ul'. .Jimmy Hull. Sam Gaines, Paul Monroe, Roy Hauchins, Theodore Harris SFCOIIII Roux' Billy Johnston, Leanzxiwl Black. 1l1C1lLll'l1 Player, Put Chzmmller, Genius Hernilulm, .l. I.. Dawkins, Jr, Third Ruin: Coach Spann. Bobby Stricklrmrl, Tammy Se-ssoms, George Gaines, .Jimmy Vogel, .Iolm Daskull, Mgr. WHAT THE SCOREKEEPER SAID llfe They 51 G i'11 y's Crack 17 30 Rocky NI ciiii nt 36 -48 Xllilniingron 72 43 D iiiiiq 24 33 Lambert c'1i 1 23 26 D iiiqlq 15 39 Kimton Z8 31 Clinton 13 19 Galilsbam 18 all Rnlciglm 36 27 D 111' lmm 31 27 XVilmingn,1n 40 27 Goldsboro 25 32 Rnluiglm 27 30 Hopc 1Xf1ills 37 41 Racky Ivl iiiiii r 26 25 D iii' lu: iiii 42 Puffs' 0110 Hizzzflrrzi 117111 Thirty-Thrf I ..-..- X - ' 5- png' . .M -' X, ,,, , , ,L MQ, sg5Q,'L'.fiQ,'- 1 V622 up V, I 55.1 , ,. f- -, ,N ,Pb as Q3 gm ' X W 1 If TMVVKGQ :zz Ei? il? 3 fa ...'r:.L:.....:'u :. . ..............., ' W' ,f1""' 5' " ,sn BASEBALL TEAM gif YQ Xi qi, 6 qgfw '91, X if fz y I CQ Y Xgif. fm :3"2f'-:4J"?2. 3 ?. N1 ftp Firsl li'n1r: fjefx1'gke Duke, Huy Yinruli, Iloxvarml Clicsliiiws. Cedric .,I91'l'ligZLil'l, Frank Berry, Sfwrnzrl Holla' XVi1DLll'll Scruggs, Fiji Meriun. Dick Yllllr-GU. Jurx'is Gust. Carey Fisher, Sammy Harris. Hubba .Iol'mson. Tlzirfi Razr: Gene XVilson, Reese Ayers, Hobby Enright. Dave Butler, Hulwiiy Striuklzmnl, Y.lm'ey Robertson. Huy Green. ACCORDING TO THE RECORDS U76 Tb 7 XVilmingum 3 Raleigh 7 Goldsboro 5 Rocky Niuiilit 5 D 111' ham 13 Ralcigh I6 Guldsbwm 5 XVilniingtUn 4 Durham 6 XVilsou 5 XVils L111 6 RockyiXIU niri t P0116 Um" IIlllIffI'l'dflI1lf Tl1ir'Iy-Fnllr 63' 31 1 5 6 7 ll 5 4 ll il 8 16 FAYETTEVILLE H IGI-I TANKMEN , E V fa ' A - if Q' K .51 ,I 6 a.az,gQ,...,,,. N U X Jimmx' NIaCGill, John White. .Ie-1'1'x' Henrh-ix. Owen Cunk K. X lurks, I-It-1'be1't Cullihfm, 'led .t , . A Y if ' i , L ,C'uuL'l1 H T. 31011-e. .luck I Voorhees, Dick Fuller. Captain John Brfniiah ww not present when picture wus llllikltk SPLASHER U76 30 XVilmingtu 31 Fort Bragg 38 I3 L11' t P11-nov ' Db scomis Tm I1 324 P.T.S, w P.T.S, Z1 Payw Om 111111411141 anal Thirty-I G. A. A. Sue Johnson ........, PRESIDENT Joom MaUlfSby..VlCE-PRESIDENT Jane Qoben-+5 ........ SECRETARY ,..w""' if P,vw1-in J, e 5 ,ff ' 0013 LLTE M ROW ONE ,.V..,-, nu., ,., I P4-1. C . F' kgs-,DU7 V' ' , M Pu I A RQWONE, Doi' I5 B ck M,mog,Ma.n-non U-uN-sbylgnna J W eY,Dov-as MCMZH ds ,sqm Hnwluy, e 1 4 Bauer Car-beef Jan' W eon Bruwh fc cj a.n,JQQ,., r ' Le f 4 , - - . Z:1brL+h1LouYates Qc4cJ,TommlZ och! Mo"Q""J' poi- Wa""'ESs' Maman' Rfada. Sllzzgiilma , lg, Smvlfhmdn ? ' Pru- ROW TWO. , GP, Row TWO. V495 Lo. qmshman. , gubb Anne Lee' B881-Crgrdirac. A1 529' Bmant ' 5::ockg"C',1 J0YceaW.i.ci?-'san abafhl, Grey QTOdd.GU 'e L Ccbdthx I 'me Pvwr-:J 6 H ace' W' - denfhannawh-We ,Frank Be,rI"I 5hn-Igy Mins B 9 Y QUBEHINGHC fggnnsy Ru 'Si-Lg fco ' QHY JO Br ,mf Y a"""3, ack? V ' HQFVY A ve - 1. if Wg. 7: j , 'OJA1' .- ' v ..,,, 5 Q . 'A 0 ' - -. . Sf-" T: f " " ' 'V r ' A Q - An? " F' ' .4 1 Q ' -.Q ,,. -.1 .wxkwqn af. 41 "1 I , , , Q 'firm- " 1 A Pam Um HlllI1fI'14IfIlllfl1l1lfl1N:ltH :ff Un Ilnnrlrrrl nm , dfkrscnf 1 , ' v 1:5-1 .nw I E1 uf D .QPADFORD B ,., :if- - 55319 ,. W I Q SMITHMAN I-.ni .iix x 5 Mc G-!l.L J- if 2 3' 5515 - :q,:1QQ5':.:1 A 5 MILLXGAN I 7'hi1'll1l'irht ,V x , f ' ,, l eil gr, 1 .I , Q x , 'fs AVEEETTE 9 'Z F f. . X B5 " W 505 ' x H Us GREEN STEICKLA ND ,4Zexmwlefz gundam ,,fMQ.NWMNMMgAXk MMU , 'fa f i :ff Q 5 1 f 1mQmm mmm cmchfzqf' STUDENT CONTRIBUTIONS The sketch of Iunior High School was made by Mary Frances DcVanc during her sophomore year in Fayetteville High School. Each year since then, it has been used to introduce this section .of thc l.aFamac. Miss DcVanc has returned to her native Fayetteville and is teaching in our own lnnior High. THE SEASON In autumn, when leaves begin to fall, Birds fly south away from cold. Days grow longer and shadows tall, Sheep are gathered into the fold. Airs are warmer, along comes spring, Cowslips are breaking into bloom. Robins and Blue jays begin to sing, They know summer will be here soon. Then in summer, when days are long, Children are running with feet so bare, Far away you hear a song, Autumn comes riding on her golden mare. Norma Newton ABOU BEN OSCAR 1With apologies to Leigh Huntl Abou Ben Oscar, may his E's increase, Awoke one morning from a deep dream of police And saw, within the light of his room, Making it green like poison ivy in bloom, The Clock, with hands showing 8:25. Oscar leeped up like a thing alive, And to every one in the house he said, "Good by!" And oi? he sped. Oscar rushed to school and flew to his desk, An lo! When the absence list came around, Ben Oscar's name led all the rest. Eddie Weeks MY DREAM Last night as I lay in bed, This is what came into my head. What if a fairy, a wand in her hand, Would grant you three wishes, Wouldn't it be grand? Would you like to travel o'er the sea? Now think, what would your three wishes be? Maybe you'd like to be a star, Or even an explorer up to Mars, Maybe a nurse, doctor or teacher, Even a lawyer, clerk or preacher. Some would like to have some gold While others would choose to be strong and bold. It's certainly hard to make up your mind, But surely, your wishes you can iind. MY DEAR lA VALENTINEl Stars are in the heaven, Tears are in my eyes, But my love for you Shall make my sun to rise. Pat Hall Page Om' llzuiflred and Forfy Alexander Graham Junior High School, is a very long name, But I like it just the same Not because it's so widely known, But because it seems like my very own. Sue Hopson ALEXANDER GRAHAM IUNIOR I-HGH SCHOOL FACULTY If -Sdn MZ ' Z ffi 3294765 First Row: Mildred Crzuwley, Myrtie Hunter. Minnie Gray. Nlellma STl'lC'klHllll. Myrtle Bass. Mary F. DeVz1ne. Sf'z'm1fl Rmr: Selma Johnson. Fl'ZlIlf'f?r2 XYE-uve-11 Mildred Kelly, Ruth Johnson. Fan Slewmw, 7'l1ir'rI lfrfux' Roy XVkll'I'El'l. Neil Bullock. Mike Spann, R. l X' V' .,.i' P .. 'ji -'-, 'f'Y9i'- ' . -5,55 N".'g'1' f ' ,"' Q . ' ' Pane One HllllI1I'ttlUlld Forty-Om S-1 MRS. I-IUNTERS I-IOMEROOM First li'o1r.' Juanita Antlreyvs. Hobby Brown. Franklin Atkinson, Margaret Pappos, Mary Brown. Gayle Apple. Char lotte Callahan. Srcmzrl Rmr: Barbara Adams, Antifaye Brown, Mary Capps, Ruth Bordeaux. Ann Burton, Julia Acker Third Rmr: Billy Cashwell, Hugh Burton. Herbert Bullard, Bill Brinkley, Sara Butler. Glenrla Bell. Runelle Adams I-'mirth Razr: Mrs. Hunter. Milrlrecl Bene. Richarrl Amick, Elbert Brady, Ann Be-idler. f "' ' fsezivf if aa.. -. "V -f A-M..-..,. I, V- ,A ,od 'UW ,- 'G 2 1 " . , , 8-2 MRS. STEVVARTS I-IOMEROGM Fi:-.vt li'1u1': Hobby Davie, Farrel Counril. Joel Fleishmfln, Toni Darden, .Ioan Culbreth. Mary Ellen Edge. Jerry Dale. Eddie Dunn. Swrmirl Razr: Betty Davis. Peggy Fairt-loth, Nancy Duke, Nancy Cook, Kaye Felton. Martha Fasul. Ann killer. Third Irmr: Billy Faux:-ette. George Davis, Jerry Creech. Eltlridge Fann, .John Currie. James Faircloth Fnurlh Rmr: Charles Fox, Tilclon l,OXYlllllF.I, Mrs, Stewart, Billy Fuller. Dayitl Crotts. Peggy FUN. x P11476 On! Humircri flllfl Forijl-Two 8-3 MISS CRAXVLEYS HOMEROOM First RUll'.' Donald Harris. Stzniluy Grirlin, Kay lflcllrivk, .lcsln Hun, Sylvia Hull, Piggy llornf-. Hnvky ll+'1l1nfeS Johnny Howell, Louise Hung-ll Sfwmrl Ifnrf','.Ie-1111 H4-lines, .lu flruvles, Aliu- ll:n'l'is, Am Ilull, l1vui'i.:l- livin! I+ Verne Gorlwin, Put Hall, Thirfl Iluilt' Duke- Hnynlv, .lainie 4llfl'l1lHill1. H211'LI'I'1Jllil llnml, llpllgi Smith lnlilin, Roh: Hankins, Currmlyn Huff, Ilt'lJt:'K'1'Ll f:l'llUNl1g'j. Ann ljcttings, I-'mirllf lhm-,' Xlisw C'i':mlfi-5. XY4ill:w1' llairiliwn, liziy I-luylfm XVillun' Hiner. Sylvia: Hnlmes. Sue Hnpwm FQ x SQQ ,J il ...QM '- www " . " " Q 55,555 3 ki -.,- mf N f 'Ml""1 X Q Nl . , , , A 3'1" f ...TW 'KN' l awk R NGN! V 4 f 1- , '- .is c 5 4 ll 2 . X N "N ' h S--l MISS STRICKLANDS l-IOMERQOM gp -1 4. X 1 A is " 3 I - -:casa-x NKMF- 5 Q xv f' .. xv First Razr: .Jackie Mc-Daniel, Jerry Mnllanie-l. Alcx MCQUQL-n. .Iuel Johnson. Betty Anne Lynn-lu, Harriet Sue Mulkins. Harold Riser. Peggy Malliews, S1'1'UlIfl llnir: C:11'olyn Jonws, Carl Jolmson. Robert Iiozmiz, Sum Johnson. Ella Sue Lawson, Mattie F, Jmies, Betsy 31111-lime. Fi'zim'Ps Mintz. 'I'llif'rl linux' Chris Kinmsl Xvllllj' Nlcfzlskill, Hubert Kirken- dall. XVayne Lewis, Billy Blume. liuhhy Jnlmnson, Juhn Mi-Cm-inmilulu. .Iinwt l.exx'is Ifnurlli Hun-: Miss Strip-klzmll. Jackie- Lmx'rlo1', HIAIIHSI BILIIZXIYLIIWI. L1ll'l'X Lzinuzllrmn. 1,flllf' Um' Hllmlri ll' rim! I- infix-71111 P - Ye-.wg ' .4 M. few Q J 8-5 MISS SELMA IOI-INSONS HCMERGQM First Ifmr: Ted Pluinmer. Merel PCill'SOl'l, Gwen Palmer, Bill Parks, Norma Newton. John Soileau, Jimmy Norman, Betty .lean Newell. Srmml Ifmrx Carol Oates, Betty Lou RBHIJQSS, Glenda Shaw, Shirley Robinson, Gayle Norman, Betsy Heinvcl-uf, Johnny Ruper. Tllirrl linux' .Ierry Ricliairflxon, .James Raymond, Rayburn Slaughter, David Pearce. Bobby Saunrlers, Flllllklh' R0lw1'tsun, I"m11'!Il Rrrui' Miss Johnson, Thurmoncl Pe-cle. Johnny Sinodis. up DO .ag QQ 1-wi' I" fx. if av. me , -gif' 1 iz Q 8-6 MISS KELLYS 1-IOMEROOM I-'irsf lfnux' I"l'ElIlCL'S Snipes, Linllzi Merle XVilliums, Loim Vfvlrulh, Edith XYuofl, Shirley XY00cl. Sylvia Strickland, Ann Smith. C'lH1'e1ic'e- TQ-w. Allen XVo0rllnnn. Swrmrfl Rmr: Patsy NVznlker, .luunitu XYilliHms, Sue XVilliams, Elizabeth Straughn, Iflclflie XVcuks, Rip-limwl Taylor, .lorry Turner, Jay Swartz, Tliirrl Ii'nl1'.'Keith XVoi'tl1. Maurice Taylor, David Wrifzht, Paris Thorpe, Gerzalrl XV:1itmzm, Motu Stallings, Milrlrerl Stzintmi, I-'uurlli lfmi-: .luhn XVezn'e1', James Vlassak, Hobart XYurull1ain, Miss Milflref,l Kelly. X Page One Hundred and Forty-Four - 7-1 MISS BULLOCIQS I-IOMEROOM I-'irxt1?n11'.'Guynull He1'1'y. lloso ldlleii Iirzicy. Doris lllzivk. lliizfil l,uc-kzimy. i'rii'iwlizi Aw-Vitl. .lriziiiiiv liiillziiwl. llvfltx' Lou Atkinsmi. flixilizim Hell. .l. .I. lliimxuii, N1-rmifl lhiua Dwighi Ill'Xiil1i. Naiiiry llriizuuix. l':ilx'i1i Iilmmt. .liiiimv Burgess, Billy Heeirrl. Curl Hiii'i'i1i:liin. liriicfliiiu Buss. Alix,-Q Iil1lllQ'l'lill'll. ,I7Ill'1I1f1lIl'.'AIiSS Neil liiillur-k, lillizin .XliIlll. Harold Brown. George Blllfkllt'l'. Pziul Brill. Dziviil Twowii. 1. -in WMM qs Y 213-v+i'7 -an .4-,W gl' gb 1,- ,044 1. -W, 7-2 MISS DLVANES I-IOMERGQM First Ii'mr.' Jackie Claim. Dickie Civriiiiii. Maury llfisco Cooper. Nziiwjv Dailu, Peggy C'a1'i'. Plai'l1:ii':i lJ',linis. Hyiiiaii Fluisli- man, Jimmy Fziiiwlulli, Ivvin DQYOVQ, Sm-mul lim:-: Evelyn 1"1iSilE'l'. Iizivirl Ellis, Sueliii Cox. Aim Cziin. Hill Fmzee. Frances Elmore, .Tully Cozitfgs, Demi Fiisul. Tliiwl Ilnzri Bai'l11i1'a Cox. .IHC'f1llCll1l0:' Faiiiicm. ,loliii C'ui'i'ie. Faye Fiiiips. Eleanor Cox, Bobby Cole. Nzinm' C'ziiiii:i'oii. I'xf7ll1'fIl Row: Miss De-Yzimf. f'm'iily11 Czilfler. l-lernir-e Fleisliinzin, .Timmy Crowell, Malcfuliii Foster. Pug? 0116 I-Iiindrfd and Forty-I-'fri' 7-3 MRS. WEAVER'S I-IOMEROOM First Roux' Gaye Herndon, Elaine Hain. Janice Huston, Buclily Hulon, Herlie Hendrix, Johnny Hair, Elizabeth Griffin. Garth Jenkins, Jackie Glisson. Sri-mul Hou-.' Betty Lou Johnson. Betty Arthur Johnson, Shirley Jernigan, Richard Goforth, Margaret Jackson, Barbara Grady, Connie Hunnicutt, Barbara Hain, Shirley Holloway. Thirrl Ruin: Phil Harris, Hill Hart, Larry Gleen, Bruce Gibson, Linrla .lone-s, Carolyn Hair, Bertha Ann Harris, Loretta Holland. Fnurih li'ou': Mrs. Weaver. lra Heath, Curtis Holmes, James Hales. Patricia Huske, Bland Gerow. 2229 .16 1' 'f 51:3 :a-uu-wn-- 7-4 MR. SPANNS I-IOMEROOM Ifirxl Ifolri' Katie Lowery, Horner Mason, Virginia Minges, Deedie Marlowe, Hilly Laslitl, Frei! Mt-Daniel. Mina Mil- ner, Martha McComb. Billy Lalhain. Srvlzrirl linux' .Iinnny Maultsby, lissie Maultsby, Alyt-e Mcheml, Russell Mason. James Mcllavitl, liunalrl MuPhail, Joyce Leonarcl. Mary Morgan, 'l'11ir1l Ii'nu'.' llaviil Morgan, John McNeill, Ruhert Mutzbe1'p.:, Bobby Kemp. 1"n1r1'Il1 lfnlr: Dub Livingston. Bill Marsh, f,'oat'h Spann, Stavy Johnson, tlartielcl lmflin. X Page ff7l1'Hl1ll!fI'141U7lfl l"tn'ly-Si.z' 7-5 MISS RUTH IOI-lNSON'S HQMEROOM Firxt Ifzrut' Margie Stricklanrl, Gillwrt Poole-, Gary N9l1l9l'Ofl', Dun Po1'1vi', Fleslincl l'li11nlnv1'. l'lz11'i'il-ll lim,-:iw-Q, Oirfli lia Scruggs, Inez Oyycn. Hobbs- Sniunrlcrs. Srwnnfl lfmlt' 1ll'll',Lfill't'l fYVHl'lE'll, Lonnio l,lLlXt'l', Yi1'ui+,- lJ:11'1'ixh, llun Ove-rman, Faye Oryin, Nanvy Nance, Ilmiulrl Sixnpsoii, Cohhy Heuyos. " ' Illini Irrm-' I'lAn"i Vim- f'll'Il'Ifllif' liwfin 'in 1 . fi 1 . l , .,Q,.. Jo Smith, Curl Sl1'ziylio1'n. Alhert Sulliyun, Sunrlixi Syyink. .Ioe Pinkxton, I-'nzfrfll lfmrf H+,-linn Sziliwky. Alixs Ruth Johnson. u-.. .Jw Wasv gmw- an an 4 Wi Ji' ,.s , .. ...,.-, , 0 sv y-if . 0 7-6 MISS' BASSE HGMERGOM First 1?ou'.' Albert Wuitinzm. Be-tty Faye XYooton, Betty Faye Tyler. .lane-lie Young, Charles Turner. Billy Yeiiiliiiilliiis- ham, Stanley XVE'll1lNl'l'lHlli, Larry Thompson, Miclwy Yann. Srcoml ICIIIII' I-'i'aiii"e-ss Jeanette XVilliunis, limily TL-inple Sandra Tyson, Bobby 'l'z1ylm', .lounnu 'Ferlcleii Pzltriciii XYalIaCG, Hubert Teyy. .lohn L'1rton, Tlzlfrl Ifuir: Ann 'Tziylni' Bobby Dan 'Tl1rmipso11, C'hzi1'les Tate. l'1'isif-illzi XYl1iTe-liezirl, .lmmnu Tl'Llt'lK'lYQ. littzi Teyy, Noel Voysli-i'. I-'mwflf lluux .Jimmy White, Robert Tomlinson, Danny l.Yllllt'l'XYOOCl, Miss Bass, Pczgr'0116lizlfiflriilumlFurly-S61'fn SAFETY PATROL First Razr: Jerry Turner, Lie-ut.: Carol Hates. Lieutq Reba Hzmkins, Sec-.3 Tliurmuml Peele, Capt. Second Row: Linda Merle' XVilliams. Dzivifl l-Illis, Drmulfl Hzirris, Culilmy Reaves, Flvelyn Fisher, Harriett Reuyes, Terl Plumipier, Third Row: Jimmy Nlutlltslwy, .lolin Currie. ltcmzilrl Sllll1PSfll'l, Clifton Parker, Margaret O'Hrien. Blziml Gerow. Gilbert. Poole. I-'ourrh Razr: Sylvia Holmes, .Iimmy White. William Olmsleml, Robert Tomlinson, Della Griilin. lfiflli How: Miss Gruy, Sponsor. LIBRARY STAFF Firsl HllIl'f.lllll1l Acker, Betty Lou .loliiisoir Gaye Hermlon, f'l1zi1'l0llG Czlllziluiii. Svcoizrl 1?UlL'.' Ann Burton, Connie Hunnit-ull. Shirley Holloway, Bltmrl Gerow, Linda Jones. 'l'11ir1I lffllli' Be-rtlui Harris, Hara Butler, Patricia Huske, Elaine Hum. Mildred Stanton. Slun1ling.' Tlobliy 5411111416-iw, Hucky Helmes, Mrs. XYezix'er. lillll'Zll'l!ll1I Bill Hart, Albert lVaitmaii, Charlie Suggs. X Page One Hundred and Forty-Eight BULL PUP STAFF Firsl' Rout' Mattie I-'raince-S Jones. Stanley XYuimx'1'i3g'l1t, Cobby lieuw-S, Hul'l'iL-t Suv Malkin, .ln tir:ii'i-s, .lean Hun Mary Brown. Xznivy Cook, Kaye Feltim. Srwnlfl fi'UIl'.' Billy Fuiirette, Clmrles Tate, Nm-l Vussler, Vlifton l'u1'l-wi' Bemy AIIICRZIE, Gayle Nornmn. Betsy Heink-Cke, .lzlnut Lewis. 'l'lfi1'fI lfmrf Phil Harris. Chris lizinus, ,lolmny llupm' Mrs. Hunter, Bill Price. .Iuhn Sliuw, Leirry Lfillgffliilil. ,z 2, ., ' V5 V' : Q ,A 35. , gs K. 9 , ,. . . QQ wr:-S313 1 , : 1-2 ' i " S we .3 . ai - . Aw . sw - 1 1 V .5 .. , M. ,ii V.- , fx. V NE A' 'CX - . g f ,xx ' ' N -.av - H' 'f -"l ' -VV- . , 9 mam.. ' , ,. ' .., t .t U M 0- g..:f., Q pp is gr WV :.,. M .V ,I .A I .3 ,E N i. 1 N . r 51 ' ' Nh . i i QZ., Wx? 'W V . .V Vu " EY. V ..A, .,,,.. . VM., ,,V. sf D, .,,. .... 1 ,V ,,., ' X H? gg i ,Q wa., H . .WM t If- 5,-,115 .,:5::j,:,.-Q:-Qgggx' ,u.,5,, i f 'n " V . -' V " - 'f 2: f "l"fQ.V5 ,, Q' ,.,, -. " V -. " P V - s ' "" ., .. , Qi " V . V VV -WY.. V- M. ',--i V, fVVk,...w...m.,.. .2'W" ', 5 44 f-A ,.,"" . ' " wmv. ,.., . .....lg""x 'hmm Eg' - if :2 .... Q' V.Qf iynufjff 'W JW M 0 I KY t.. ..,,., . ,,... ,.,g.fff"ib, . - yuu, H .5 . A ,.,.:..,... H 8, ,, 31 . Q Mis. hlvii-Tix W.. -.,.- ,Wm , C, " ' 'N' W .V -. :L I " axvsxm- .v.',..5VQ- ,. E K I .V K V ,.... f. 5, v 4 ' A .. " -. -F3141 -f V 'H 1 Q F V fix. ' s - . ,: . 5 . 'I . V ' N" ""'i"N'A' A ,VI V V 4, . f Q Ef . li IUNIOR I-llGl-l-Y Firsl IEUIII' Albert Wuilinun, Fremlilie- My-Daniel, Stanley NVninw1'igh1. Ll1l'l'X 'Tl1lllll1PSUll, . REIT Q ff .s St X v95:+ft.:Atw Billy Lulhuin, .luhnny Hair. Irvin lJevul'e, Gurtli Jenkins, J. .l. Bvunson. Suvolzzl Noir: Cubby Rezwes, Hunulil Siinpsiimn, Bill Hurt. John Upton Bill Laslelt. Dun Oveiwnan, Duvifl Ellis. L1ll'1'X Green Tlzirfl I?ou': Harold B1'mx'n. Duvicl Morgan, Hubby Dun Thomp- son, Charles Tate. Bobby Kemp, James Mcllavid. Joe Pinkston. I-'ourllz Huw: Phil Harris, Jimmy White. Danny L'mle1'wourl, Nvlllllllli Ulinsieucl, Rolwrt Tl'IlllllllSUll. Fifth Iftillf' Mr. Ex'e1'iS. YMCA: Miss Kelly, svlioul sponsvrg MI' Joe Pinksion, Sponsor. Pam" Um' Hl1111'lrcLI1lmI Forly-Nilm IUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL TEAM I-'iml 11H11'."KSl4i1ipy" lf'ea1'ce, Hill Price. Rufus Higgs. Elbert Brurly. .Jerry Hiclizuxlsoii, Couch Roy Warren. Srcond lffm-,' l,Lll'l'j' 'I'lir1iii1isn1i, Hill Aycock. Fhris Kmius, Phil Harris, Billy Fuucetlc, .lfilinny Raper. Harolnl,Brmvn. F x av 1 1 i,:w..,,f,,. W-'. ,f?Pr"-f'1""- 4-1: 4 A, , ., "'f"' , , " ' f Q 9 9 Q ,w Q., , 4 . .Q--N.. YV, .uh N-. -V4 ur. ..,. ' -. ?'fVz 1 wx l'ictui'ecl above is Miss C'rziwle-y's Sth grade B team who won Ihe Juiiior High girls ll'Ill'1ll1lLll'Lll hziskelhull Cham pinnsliiir over hor A team. l"ir.vl lfnu-, from Irf! in right: Sylvia Hull, PL-Lrgy I'IOI'l'lL',x.J9lIl'I Hun. Kay Hedrick and .ll-am lluhiis. S4'L'lIH1l lfuuz' Alice IIlll'l'lS. AI2ll'!l'CllH Hood, Janie JGl'l1lHill'l, Della Smith Gritliii. .Joe Grzivcs. l'iclL11'eri zlhnve are Miss Salman .luliiisoirs Sth grade boys uhm won the Jllllllll' High lllll'1llNlll'Lll lrziskelbull vhum- pimiship. From lr!! In rigfhl arf: liuyhurn Sluugliter, .Terry Riulizirflsoli. Thurmzun Pecle, 4'Skippy" Pezlrce, and Teal Plummer. These boys won over Mrs W, L, Huritefs room, PIIUL' Um' Ilundrrrl and Filly 7 ll. 13. l. Going mx' wav? 2. Two xXY1ligN 3. Om' quccn Inn Vcm' 4. Hdl'LI alt work 5. Enjoving n bu5kctbnl! ganle 6. Snmlx' Oclultruc mkus lulml . A tcnchm' wc low R ,. ,. "The Rlllllltl' Ups 9. All KIVCSSCLI up fm' Ll P11 ITY IO. The beer of fricncls XXVLI all luvc hcl' .2.FlOl'L1 TXICDUHAIJ clu- Cluru hcl' allugmncc Having fun Ll JR. HIGH SNAPSI-IOTS If army " ' ' r ,.,' 61'-1.2 iw! -- ' -e L , 5' f 4 X Q. if F . A -it K - ' F .-A M V 4. G P11110 Our Hlmdrf fi amz' Fifty-Urn AUTOGRAPHS AUTOGRAPHS AUTOGRAPHS The above pictures represent u small portion of the thriving :incl Progressive business district of Fayetteville and some of the establishments which contribute to the well-being of the community. Behind these Hrrns stand the civic minclc-il business men nnil women, many of whom have placed advcrtisernents on the following pages. It is to these public spirited citilcns whom we wish to cxtencl our sincere thanks and appreciation for the support which has marle possible the publication of this, the 1950 Lizflznzizc. THE BUSINESS STAFF Page One Hzmrlrcd and Fifty-Five IN FAYETTEVILLE lT'S TODD'S Sf? if? if? Quality Treading C Kelly Springfield Tires E550 STATION ii? iT ik Washing 9 Polishing C Lubrication 444-450 WEST RUSSELL STREET TELEPHONE 6023-2203 FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. Com ffimeu ts of BRANCH BANKING A TRUST COMPANY WILSON ELM CITY GOLDSBORO FREMONT SELMA FAYETTEVILLE WARSAW PIKEVILLE 'I 21 Hay Street WALLACE FAISON KINSTON NEW BERN TRENTON PLYMOUTH W I LLIAMSTON Dial 3118 Sound Banking 81 Trust Service For Eastern Carolina Thru the years X K X Z BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY FAYETTEYILLE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO., Inc. X Shop ln Year yi'OI17'll! Comfort In Ffzyetteviffcfs Finest Department Store mfs 1 ST REA P o DUN of Growing Wzzly Conffrzlence In T116 Future of Ffzyetteviffe Best Wishes To THE CLASS OF '50 from S. H. KRESS 8: CO. HEADQUARTERS fora!! YOUR SCHOOL SUPPLIES Compfmzmtx Of J. C. PENNEY CO., INC. SHOP AT PENiVEY'S AND SAVE HAY STREET FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. J. R. YOUNG CONSTRUCTION COMPANY llfle Slzufcifzfiza In Commercial and Heavy Construction Hauling-Excavating 330 Worth St. Dial 4850 CITY HALL GULF SERVICE Phone 3456 202 Green St. W. L. Tucker, Ir. FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. Bef! lllixfmv from A L L I G 0 O D ' S Texaco Service Station 1114 Hay Street DIAL 4612 CITY OPTICAL CO. Wilmington - Fayetteville Greensboro Prince Charles Hotel Building FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. Dial 7197-7198 PHOTO CENTER Yarlworough Hotel Building Cameras Photo Supplies Photo Finishing- 48 H0111' SL'I'L'ICCf' DIAL 3777 I'IatcI1er's A- -Jewelers 103 Hay St. fi Dial 2ooo A c ego! Fqyetteviiie. N. C- Regisicred Jewelers W' American Gem Sodzfg FAYETTEVILLE OFFICE Best Wishes From SUPPLY COMPANY BRANSON STREET GROCERY PRINTERS -- STATIONERS Vegetables - Meats 1,1gL,,,,5 FO, Fancy Groceries Remington Rand, Inc. 833 Branson St. Dial 5793 Compliments of MERRITT-HOLLAND SUPPLY COMPANY OF FAYETTEVILLE, INC. C Pyrofox Bottled Gcis Linde Oxygen - Acetylerie Service Medical G05 Services Telephone 4201 'I'I6 North Cool Spring St "Upsiclc down" So wcll rcnicmbcrcd Wlhy so glum? Office girl Easter Parzulc VVhat's this? What ncxtl True fricncls Wlhatls ahcaul? 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SMITH FURNITURE COMPANY FURNITURE FOR EVERY HOME Wlt.ole.sf1le and Retail 325 Hay Street Fayetteville, N. C. M. M. SMITH STORAGE WAREHOUSE BONDED WAREHOUSES Local and Long Distance Hauling Phone 2194 Fayetteville, N. C. CAROLINA CLEANERS HENEBRY'S OF MAIN FRONT FAYETTEVILLE, INC. 526 Hay st. Registered Ieweler - American Society Phone 2839 DIAMONDS - WATCHES CALL OFFICE SILVERWARE 148 Gillespie St. Gifts for the Graclfuo,te Phone 3098 110 Hay St. Dial 2505 MARR PAINT 8, BODY Compliments of WORKS G R A o Y' s Auto Pll'l'll,l'l7lfj Brzlcerl On SOCIHS and Sf1l7?d"'l6-9 Body ond Fender Repairs Old Fort Bragg Road Fon Bragg Road Near Crossover Fayetteville Plume 6425 DIAL 7556 ED FLEISHMAN 81 BROS. FAYETTEVILLE'S LEADING MEN'S STORE 'I07 HAY STREET Fayetteville, North Carolina Compliments W A L L A C E Of NASH MOTORS S Y C A M O R E SALES and D A I R Y , Seruzce PA TE RIZED MILK S U 431-33 West Russell St AND CREAM 'For Mothers Who Care" PHONE 7141 DIAL 4073 Fayetteville, N. C. C0mPfff"f"'f COIHDINIZEIIILS Of Of . W. SCARBOROUGH QSON A SAFETY TAXI REALTORS FAYETTEVILLE GOOD LUCK T0 ALL from AM- W F or You -FM Nlcpggsli :cSE.f.-I-ER "An Office Aid Floral Designs Cut Flowers For Every Trade" Corsages Potted Plants We Telegraph Flozrers 109 Green Street " offilje Day Pl'lO1'16 S309 B za-1 must. rAvmcv1LL:,u.c Night Phone 48623 ' H ' " l McBRYDE'S Congrrzfuluiions to Senior Class OPTICIANS SUGAR BOWL SODA H P Fayetteville S 0 Magazines - Sandwiches and B Sundries - Soft Drinks FO" 'agg 449 HAY STREET Comphmenm Compliments of of BRADY'S NEWS NEW YORK 227 H S RESTAURANT ay t. FAYETTEVILLE 226 Hay Sum AYETTEVlLLE'S IRST AND INEST LURIST ARTISTIC ARRANGEMENTS PERSONAL ATTENTION SINCE 1873 H3631 lr TVNIJ Ffowersn fx SMG 'fo 5 E7 T3 : 3131, 2 S4-nfl Flum'r,x xy , l'1Gu'l1lwirlv "'Teurn.0" Sunnyside Floral Nursery 1815 Morganton Road Telephone 3949 OF HIGHSMITH HUSPITAL Votin' party 1950 mid-term examx Strange music Cuddle up a little clo Bootllin' party The winner? YVho's doin' the suppoitin f Drama on wheels Learning to drive Book worms Bright Seniors Steppin' our Follow the leader Chinnis In? VVe type you 11 Hlvler This is the ond Old Faithful Glorious clay Takin' it easy On a lazy, lazy clay. Skippin' class That funny feelin' VVhat a face? VVatch 'em strut Looks' like spring VVho is you? All they need are tht bag pipta And all those boys! THE FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER Your Own, Daily Paper North Carolina's Oldest Newspaper Estublislzed 1817 Compliments of FRANK R. BAILEY MOTOR COMPANY Plymouth - DeSoto 443 FRANKLIN ST. Dial 3312 - 6018 REAVES DRUG STORE MARKET Prescript'ionr Dlruggists FURNITURE Co PHONE 6105 FAYETTEVILLE 240 Hay Street Fayetteville, North Carolina NORTH CAROLINA SUPPLY YOUR NEEDS -MEET YOUR FRIENDS In Our at me BIG FAYETTEVILLE STORE CA RO LI N A S E A R S S O D A ROEBUCK 81 CO. SHOP 420 ""'Y Wee' SODAS - SANDWICHES DIAL 6171 -NEWS- CUMBERLAND DAIRY PRODUCTS, INC Serving Fayetteville With Pasteurized Dairy Products QUALITY ICE CREAM AND MILK 436 RUSSELL STREET "IVE Sefl to Your Fl-IS. Cfzfeferirzu COJIPLIZIIENTS of WHITE SWAN LAUNDRY ZURON DRY CLEANING ll5 Moxwell ST. JERNlGAN'S BODY SHOP "GOOD AUTOMOBILE BODY REPAIRING" 321 Alexander Street Fayetteville, N. C. DIAL 3375 l:lELD'5 S. H. LEA E-lff1'lf-We Painting Z6 Decofrating Fezzzinirze Apparel 112 Robeson St. 112 Hay St. Dial 4466 Fayetteville, N. C. Complimemis of Compliments CAPE FEAR of suPPI.Y COMPANY , I BUILDING MATERIALS M C C R Q R Y S MILL SUPPLIES 208 Hay Sf- Fayetteville, N. C. Fayetteville, North Carolina DAWKINS LUMBER CUMPANY DIAL 2561 ik il? ik' "lf lt's Fayetteville High l'm Always Willing" Johnny Dawkins PORTRAITS S. W. TOMLINSON CO. - InSu m nCe of all kinds Commercial Enlargements Photostats No. 5 N. E. Market Square RIDENOUR STUDIO 10812 Person Street DIAL 2748 ORMQNDISI INC. Hamonl' Drug Co. No. Fayettevillc's Finest DRY CLEANING Soda Fountain DIAL 5575 'iSee You After School" I .if 1,1 it , .. if , A -1 Quiet loo4 Ti, A "Strznn'izrzf Brfzmfs at Stfzfzdflrcl' Pricesu 1:AYIETTEVILLE, N. C. 131 1-lay Street Dial 2153 Compliments Compliments of of JUNE WILLIAMS YARBOROUGH HOTEL E550 STATION HAY STREET 454 Hay St. Dial 2632 Fayetteville, N. C. HOFFER'S JEWELRY BLAKE FLORIST- BONDED NIEMBER F.T.D.,x. STORE . "Say It With Flozrersv A.C.L. and N.S. Watch 139 Pittman St. INSPECTORS Day Phone Night Phone 113 Donaldson Street 2683 2834 BOULEVARD FLORIST Cut Flowers Shrubbery Corsages. Phone 7988 At the C1'0ss-Over Congratulations Class of '50 from CENTRAL RESTAURANT "FnyetteuiIZe's Leading Eating Place" City's only Restaurant Approved by A.R.A. RAYLASS DEPARTMENT STORE 202 Hay Street Everything To Weaf' For The Entire Family FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. Compliments of Gnd MAYFLQWER BREECE LAUNDRY AMBULANCE SERVICE Day and Night . it DRIACUHFSFJNG D'A'- 2191 FUR STORAGE ik 0 Fayetteville North Corolino 512-518 W. Russell St. DAVID G. ALLEN coNTRAc'roRs Tluss - MARBLE - TERRAzzo A70 lola T00 Large A70 1017 T00 Smal! Albert I. Wagar, Manager 403 Rowan St. Post Office Box 806 Phone 6367 YARBOROUGH MOTOR TIP TOP MARKET COMPANY PLYMOUTH - DODGE 1212 Fort Bragg Road and DIAL 4131 DODGE IOB-RATED TRUCKS Repair' Service VV. Russell St. Dial 3195 R. J. Hart, O'ZUIlf6?I' Fayetteville, N. C. C'0lmpZimen.ts of THE MILL END STORE Donaldson Street Llp KW I I f"l ' 55 555135 Ei E sql -.ellymglli-111. I..-sww: wa".-4 tw ,'-t.-y mt.. . ..mmnu- --.. lm:-.n.14n.l 'N II. lflzl-W' I FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. Fayetteville, North Carolina 114 Hay St. Dial 2567 Compliments Comwimemts of of DUGAN'S RADIO SUPPLY KlMBREL,L's E.z'pm'z' Sf2rvic'ing RADIOS - RECORDS 130 Franklin Street FU RNITU RE CO. HOME OF DEPENDABLE FURNITURE USE ELECTRICITY FREELY THE MORE YOU USE - THE LOWER THE RATES ELECTRICITY IS ECONOMICAL FOR HOME AND BUSINESS USES PUBLIC WORKS COMMISSION B E S T WI S H E S Compliments to the C L A S s 0 R '5 0 of frgm ' - 'I m n Claude W. Rankln 0' Co Pa Y a son Dist'riIJut0rs GENERAL INSURANCE of AND RENTALS SHELL PRODUCTS 'I'I0 Anderson St. Fayetteville, N. C. Fayetteville, N. C. CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES! LUMBER AND BUILDING SUPPLIERS 325 BLOUNT STREET PHONE 3191 3192 PRESENTED WITH COMPLIMENTS OF THOMAS 81 HOWARD WHOLESALE GROCERS ON MAIDEN LANE FIRST CITIZENS BANK AND TRUST EU FAYETTEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA Resources Over 5I3IO0,000,000 Complete Hankzrzg Serwce Accounts of Individual Firms and Corporations Solicitcd Tviember Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation FOR BANQUETS-TEAS-BRIDGE flfafee Your flrnzngements To Be "AT HQIVIEU at the PRINEE CHARLES FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. H USKE ' Compliments HARDWARE of HOUSE BRENNAN'S DRIVE-I N FAYETTEVILLE H- H' H- IN TOWN" i Today is Thursday Southern Belles Out of uniform Domestic Football In uniform Tarzan Pole cats NVorking Geometry? It Pays to advertise Wliat, another one? Sewing in uniform At Clarlis Oh, that hurtl Bootlcgging hlarching along together Better than golrl Lunch time reprieve So tirecll Old Glory Let's take Chemistryl Me1'lin the Great Future Scientists of America F. H. S. scenery Our Hearts Vlfcre Young and Gay Dave :incl Tex Our Iohnny Genius at work Room for improvement Vvhen goocl friencls get together - W e, .i1'.,:1 1 me 1 2: -QQ -. -f if., . ' , 'rf -, H. , . 5. e.. dA 1 ' q IV, , w 5 -A x k . l I ti , L j , X y . ill- i .fl f' Nfl W 2" 'W i Inns- c - f ,785 X ,if'v? 0.1 ., 1, ,fX'?'W7q1L1 flf. ,I-2 t'f" H A lah: ' an 'Yi MQW v-F -lv-.. .-NF' Compliments of HIGHLAND FOOD STORE Compliments Fancy Groceries 81 Meats of PHONE 7073 773 Bragg Boulevard DAVE'S MEN'S SHOP HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS 81 LOAN ASSOCIATION 220 Hay Street Phone 2944 FAYETTEVILLE Compliments of P E R K I N S HEDRlCK'S Fnrniture of Character 531 Hay Street CLEANING 8: DYE WORKS "Our Proposition Is A Clean One" 122 Maxwell Street DIAL 3174 DIAL 4134 Compliments Cor11PZf1'W'YfS of of CAROLINA News KURNER MARKET 201 Winslow Street Bragg Boulevard DIAL 4116 Compliments of walker Electnc Supply Co. Paul J. Maxwell WARM AIR HEATING Company FOUR-WAY ALUMINUM HARDWARE AWNINGS PITTSBURGH PAINTS SHEET METAL woRK 109 Person sheet 222 Franklin Street DIAL 3366 PHONE 3979 SHOP WHERE YOUR DOLLARS GO FARTHER BELK-HENSDI-ILE COMPANY Best WzAs'fJcs to the Cffzss of '50 from FAYETTEVILLE'S COMPLETE DEPARTMENT STORE DIAL 2186 111 HAY STREET The Sontlfs Largest Distributors of RELIABLE MERCHANDISE AYFURNITURE co. 'nvcy' "FayetteUiUe,s Oldest Ffrrnitzzre Storel' 'I5l Gillespie Street P I N K S T 0 N Compliments of Paint 81 Wall Paper, Ltd. , J o H N s o N DUPONT PAINTS AND VARNISHES I A iff' 528 Hay Street DIAL 6123 121 FRANKLIN ST COIlg7Ylff2llllI'f077S SHEARER Gmdmm 'rExAco SERVICE lV11shing - Polishing HOWARD'S GARAGE G1'PUSfHfl Fort Bragg Road Cor. W. Rowan St. 8: Bragg Bl d DIP-L698l DIAL 6414 l 1 r E. H. MAXWELL 81 CO. MEATS-PRODUCE-VEGETABLES -SELF SERVICE- I20 Gillespie Street Dial 2727 Complimenls Compliments WESTERN Aura of , Assoclus 4 STQRE P,-mvr .cf slay co. Headquarters for AUTO FIX UP NEEDS SPORTING GOODS We Specialize in All Types of Sign Painting Hay St. Dial 2216 2Ol Kirkland Drive B. E. Altman, Owner Phone 7753 UNION C L A R K ' S CQRRUGATING D R ' V E ' ' N BEST OF SANDWICI-IES Curb Service PHONE 3458 FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. 333 Gillespie Street Fayetteville, N. C. SERVING THE TWO CAROLINAS THE BULLDOGS TRAVEL by QUEEN CITY THAILWAY5 220 PERSON STREET FAYETTEVILLE N C Cl f S ice rl Speciaftyu DIAL 4452 Compliments C0mPllme'1f5 Of of Cross Creek FLEISHMAN'S Building 81 Loan BIG STORE Association 1 0 6 'The Place for Your 1 03 Savings Account" HAY STREET 112 Anderson Street Fayetteville, N. C. THE VOGUE C L O T H I E R S il? IO8 PERSON ST. At the Morket Square Fayetteville, N. C. Conzpliimenfts Of fnfcfplc Since l908 PORTRAITURE J 0 H N S O N FWF G E If' D E s Smilfleq ploraympdnd GENERAL for the CONTRACTORS o 1950 ""F"""" RESIDENTIAL AND ik COMMERCIAL BUILDING Hoymoum Member A.G.C. Fayetteville, N. C. Telephone 5790 - 4404 COMPLIMENTS Compliments FAYETTEVILLE ' of DRUG COMPANY FAYETTEVILLE II4 G'll ' sf. 'fm u - DRIVE - IT Open Every Doy 8 cI.m. to ll p.m, Pre.scripti0Izs and Drugs Delivered Until 9 pan. Telephone 4185 HERTZ LICENSEE Across From The High School Best Wishes from JOHNSON'S MARKET FRESH MEATS PRODUCE Bragg Boulevard For Complete Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Storage, and Dye Work Sanitary Laundry 81 Dry Cleaners, Inc. DIAL 3136 545 l-lay Street Fayetteville, N. C. For a Meal You Will Brag Aboufs It's N E D ' S FAMOUS BARBECUE AND BRUNSWICK STEW FAYETTEVILLE MILLWORK COMPANY All kinds of Special Zllillwork Located at Bonnie Doone GLIDDEN STREET Compliments FAYETTEVILLE of VENETIAN BLIND AND AWNING CO. UNIVERSAL C.I.T. Repair Service K' Supplies CREDIT CORPORATION Local lIlII'lI,llfClCl'IlI'6I'S FAYETTEVILLE 145 Maxwell st. Dial 3794 "IT PAYS T0 PLAYH COJIPLIMENTS CLARK SPORTING GOODS CO. G R E G 0 R Y I S We Feature GOLDSMITI-I 8: SPAULDING 5 U p E R I Q R ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT 1 CLEANERS 8. HATTERS FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. 534 Hay Street FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. I FANCY GROCERIES FRESH MEATS AND PRODUCE from MARKET SQUARE GROCERY 118 GILLESPIE STREET PHONE 3747 BEST WISHES - tothe CLASS OF '50 from WH EATLEY MOTORS, INC. YOUR LINCOLN Sc MERCURY DEALER 419 West Russell Street Compliments of Royal Crown Bottling Company Fayetteville, N. C. THE JEWEL BOX Your Frielzclly Crefliz' Jewelers 'ik lO9 l-loy Street Corrzplilnzerzfs Of JONES - LANHAM TIRE CO., INC. DIXIE COALSKOIL COAL COMPANY COKE FUEL olL ALL GRADES COAL Esso'rANE METERED CURRIE COAL FUEL on. AND COMPANY KEROSENE HILLSBORO STREET Dial 4010 PHoNE 5121 COIIIPLIJIENTS LaFayette Motor Sales, Inc. "Your Frienfffy FORD Derzferi' SALES AND SERVICE 142 Pittman Street DIAL 7121-7122 I-I IGH LAN D FURNITURE CO. We Save You Up to 2521, Because of Low Operation Costs and Outside High Rent District CASH or CREDIT OPEN EVERY WEEK NIGHT COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL BANK A'Y0ur Friendly Home Bunk" RESOURCES OVER Two AND ONE-HALF MILLION DOLLARS W. C. Downing President Dr. I. N. Robertson V. President G. W. Bell Ex. V. President Thomas A. Hood Cashier W. A. Respess Asst. Cashier UNTIL 8:30 Commercial and Industrial Banking Service Consistent VVith Every Phase Locoted ot the Crossover of Sound Banking - MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE DIC' CORPORATION FAYETTEVH1E Reinecke Tarlton, Inc. BUILDERS 460 ROWAN STREET ance The Mm Befmfffuz Buy of A21 M. 81 O. CHEVROLET C0 Manufacturers Fayetteville of H. R. HORNE Peanut Products 3, and SONS Druggis1's Sinus 1.865 Potato Chips DIAL 2111 We Deliver SAVE GAS 81 MONEY RIDE THE BUS CITY BUS SERVICE CITY RAPID TRANSIT BUS EU. 740 Bragg Blvd. Dial 4427 Complinzerzfs MATTRESS of COMPANY, INC. Sterilizing - Renovafing Prompt cmd Efficient Service 535 S. Cool Spring Sf. DIAL 2513 We Strive for Your Comfort ' ' T H E H U B ' ' 104 PERSON STREET HOUSE OF FLOWERS Flowers for All Occasions 137 Robeson St. DIAL 5117 Ol' 5118 Ah, the monogram club VVe don't know either To be or Nut To Be Annie I.0lllS got fleas They Cillllf be studying The gangs all here Porel Do you need guidance? On to Victory Friendships a wonderful thing Tommy-one toni twin lerry-second toni twin How 'bout a lift Sunny Sonny On a lazy day Coach and assistant coach Native son A sophomores first step Southern bellcs Hoeingl 3 raclio hams. Cheer for the blue Lind whitel XVieiu'i' rc-nst All the evils put together Leg nrt Wline, women, nncl sung Future Pilots? Bly lwuclclv A F' I. t i 'Liu em O is N fs? X 135 NORTH STATE MOTOR COMPANY Sales - Service 444 FRANKLIN ST. Phone 3552 Fayetteville, N. C. C'0mpI'ime11Is of MATTHEWS PHARMACY 427 Hay Street QUINN 81 MILLER COMPANY FURNITURE or QUALITY 242 Huy sf. Phone 5177 DIAL 4211 Complimenfs HUNTER BROTHERS of mc. 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