Fayetteville High School - Pirates Treasure Chest Yearbook (Fayetteville, WV)

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BUS DRIVERS Toddy Radford Slxm Huddleston Conard Rule JOhT1h1e Holt LEE LIVELY Enghsh I-hstory Marshall College B OLLEY KESSLER Soc1al Studres Marshall Stud1es A B 8: C F LUCAS .Ian1tor S MA 1 ' ,Q I V I ... lrfl v .I Qiiib , AA fig yy XXS . x ff erl' ' 4 71, ,4 I xx , K 1 W wi V A v se f A A ' ' h A 0. 5 ie A X if Eg if . . ' :Ski 1 ' I h r Q Z'-,C Q .A . Sf N W gg . . ' l ' 53 f 'S' A 0 fm-ff'--- CLASS 0 'x W NX Xx v XXX as Glenn Conner J1mmy Armstrong Presldent V1ce Pres1dent SENIORS J X X W Ywvym Faye Crews Joan Mcclung X X 4. SeC1'etafY Treasurer l .An A.. 551 lnsF""Q -ff fs Qc 1- ig - S-Qs I xXx ix, A K XFX 'If N xx xx? X XX K fn I -N f 'sg Q. N -. XM abmiil Yxxxlx, N Q U ' ' V, f 'V ' - 'lf 'X ,A ' A ,!f'r' ' e e 21. ,, 1, I J -vw ,lf f Vw .y 1,1 ef-A , ': V 0 'l bv N ff X 1 .rm U , JA xx S-1,31 .X T , X X KJ ' F X fwff 1' J ' ' ' I l 7- . .JMW in I sg - x ,mg 'ji' .'5', -I V4 W .4 . ,iz 'A SENIOR CLASS HISTORY VOLUME I In the fall of 1946 Fayetteville High School was filled with ninety five strangers having a slightly bewildered air And who were they'7 The Seventh Graders of course Soon losing our feellng of awe and gaining new confidence as the weeks went by we went success fully through our first year on the hill Mrs Davis was our sponsor VOLUME II Eighty four Eighth Graders returned the following fall With Miss Martha Bragg at the helm we were an active working group of students who participated in all of the activities open to us Two members of our class Jimmy Armstrong and Carol Sheiler were on the student council that year VOLUME III Back on the hill as Freshmen our number had diminished to eighty Although the pre dominating color was green and although we were looked upon with disdain by the upper classmen we managed to pass through the mysteries of our Freshman year Never would we have fared so well without the help of Mrs Gladwell Jimmy Armstrong was our presi dent this year This year also marked the beginning of the Junior Miss Pirate Campaign Thelma Whitlock was our candidate and she was elected by the student body in acontest sponsored by the A B Club We furnished members for the band the Dance OrCh9StI'a the Glee Club Junior I-hgh Basketball and Football B Team Cheerleaders Sponsored the first assembly over the Public Address System and sponsored the Freshman Frolic Our first high school year was finished gone ere we realized it VO LUME IV In September 1949 we returned as Sophomores with Jimmy Armstrong as our presi dent There were eighty of us that year and we were delighted to have Mr Kessler as our sponsor Our Class was ably represented in all school activities We as Sophs sponsored wiser and saying adieu to our classmates for three months VOLUME V With Glenn Conner as our president and Mr Feher as sponsor in our Junior year we numbered eighty five We quickly adjusted ourselves to being next to the graduating class in importance and most of us seemed to forget entirely the days when we were Freshmen and Sophs This was the year of those glorious classrmgs The Juniors also sponsored the annual Halloween Carnival the Homecoming Program gave the Junior Senior prom and won the Miss Pirate Contest with Nancy Pashion as their candidate 1950 51 was cl1 maxed for us by the Jun or picnic What fond memories we have of that year VOLUME VI 1951 52 This was it' Our Senior year The year to which we had looked forward with so much anticipation and which we greeted with a feeling of sadness We didn tfeel so elated as we thought we should when we were Freshmen Glenn Conner was again our class president and Miss Sims our sponsor Much credit is given to both of them for their guidance Change of residence call to service and matrimony had reduced our number to seventy This was the year of the Bowery Ball the first year the Seniors had EVER won the Miss Pirate Contest with Jean Snawver as our winning candidate The Senior Picnic an un forgettable day with the graduation shadow dogging our heels Emotions were near the sur face and the feeling of closeness was very evident Graduation day dawned for the largest graduating class in the school s history Proud we were also to be the first class to grad uate in the Fayette County Soldier and Sailor s Memorial Building We received our diplo mas bade a fond farewell to friends classmates, and to our Alma Mater I , - - I .. .. , , . a Sophomore Carnival. How quickly time flew! Spring came, leaving us a little older and SENIOR CLASS PROPHECV On the n1ght of February twenty f1fth n1neteen hundred and f1fty two I dreamed that I was llvmg 1n the year n1neteen hundred and seventy two Whyl dreamed such a strange dream I cannot tell but lt 15 true It was concern1ng my class 50131-05g and wrote xt down for fear that I would forget lt The sub stance of that wh1ch I wrote I now relate to you In the year n1neteen hundred and seventy twol was travel1ng 1n New York C1ty Wh1le there I suf fered a stroke of paralys1s but thanks be to the attend 1ng phys1c1ans who were none other than BETTY CODY and JODEY BREITENHIRT I soon recovered It was about the sxxth day after the stroke that I began to talk and was very gay when BETTY and JODEY came 1n on thezr morn1ng V1S1t In our conversat1on that preceeded from our greetmgs we spoke of our h1gh school days and I learned that JODEY had Just made an 1nvest1gat1on of the domgs of the Class of 52 wh1ch were as follows BETTY and JODEY started pract1c1ng med1c1ne 1n New York on January f1rst n1neteen hundred and s1xty It sounded good to hear of the many d1scover1es they had made 1n the f1eld of med1c1ne Two nurses who were none other than THELMA WHITLOCK and FAYE GREWS had greatly axded them 1n the1r many d1scover1es GLEN CONNER Pre s1dent of the Un1ted States IS anx1ously awa1t1ng elect1on day JEAN ANN PLATT hav1ng not qu1te atta1ned her l1fe long des1re to play at Carneg1e Hall IS now play 1ng for Elmer over WOAY D D HASKELL marr1ed dur1ng the summer of n1neteen hundred and f1fty s1x He was head football coach at Notre Dame for several years but ret1red 1n n1neteen hundred and seventy JIMMY ARMSTRONG the famous chem1st just blew up HELL en w1th one of h1s exper1ments HELEN COTTLE has f1nally reahzed that the term Cheaper By The Dozen 15 not so NANCY CAVENDISH has at last recexved her d1ploma from Mlss Hlggenbotham s School for Young Lad1es RICHARD DUFF MAT!-IERLY who has taken the place of Sam Spade 15 now trackmg down suspects 1n h1s late st case Somet1mes we wonder how he fznds knees for h1s numerous secretar1es MARY COTTLE SHIRLEY SHOCKEY ANNA MAE SEXTON RUBY RHODES JEAN HARRIS BETTY HENSLEY and PAT BRUNK to s1t upon SONIA RILEY after becom1ng a profess1onal barber at West PO1nt has settled dovm to cuttmg the ha1r of her own l1ttle West Pomters JERRY KING has ret1red after accompl1sh1ng h1s amb1t1on to be elghteen years old JENNINGS ERVIN has just flown SUNNY MARSHALL to Bermuda 1n h1s Jet BUDDY LEARMONTH 15 now rackmg pool balls 1n Platt s pool room after losmg all he had try1ng to beat Jerry IU pool MAEOLA BLEVINS MARY BRAGG ULDINE WHEELER NANCY NEAL DOROTHY PATRICK and PATSY BROACH have f1nally succeeded 1n gettmg the1r M R S Degree JOAN M.IZ.E and PAUL MOREAU are now on a cru1se around the world JOAN MCCLUNG has estabhshed a modern up to date theatre 1n Fayettev1lle where nothmg IS shown but plctures of the Un1ted States MHTIDES Runn1ng st1ff compet1t1on at the Fayette Theatre IS KENNETH SEXTON takmg Roy s place r1d1ng Trxgger JOE ESKRIDGE has f1nally succeeded 1n WHAT 'P 1952 VERLA EARY has just accepted a pos1t1on as head rad1o techn1c1an with WOAY After months of travlemg all over the world BAR BARA MICHAEL has f1nally found a Job m Woolworth s 5 81 IOC store JEAN UNDERWOOD has fmally succeeded m bo1l mg water wxthout scorch1ng It JOE CUTHBERTSON and RAMONA SENEA have been happ1ly marr1ed for several years and are now ra1s1ng l1ttle backfxelders At La Guard1a A1rport managed by DICKIE WELLS a new Jet plane 15 bemg tested by the darmg jet p1lots HAROLD CONLEY and GENE RICE wh1le on the ground Hostess LORETTA WOODRUM IS apply1ng smell1ng salts to fa1nt1ng people Over by the hanger 1S an am bulance headed by Doctor MARY LEE ESKEW and Nurse MARGARET TEEL JEAN SHAWVER has marrxed an atom1c sc1en t1st and 15 busy ra1s1ng l1ttle atoms After a year of teach1ng ABC s to many l1ttle be g1nners BETTY BOCK was marrxed and IS now teach mg her l1ttle Cadets that the moonhght at V P I IS lovl1er than any other moonl1ght NANCY PASHION and Hurk are at the present ra1s1ng the1r own symphony orchestra JANIE PHILLIPS and JOHNNY EADES are now at the head of a "Lonely Hearts Club each try1ng to f1nd a mate for the other W1ll they ever get WISE? MARY ANN WOODRUM 15 try1ng to d1st1ngu1sh wh1ch of her twms IS wh1ch DONNIE ROSE 1S st1ll enjoymg the bl1ssful state of bachelorhood The draft board IS now after CONRAD KENTON who fa1led to report for aCt1VC duty 1n the Servlce of Uncle Sam BETTY SUE TYGRETT who IS a famous cook has wrltten a Tasty D1sh book MARGIE CHAMBERS has recently ret1redfro the Waves after f1fteen years of fa1thful duty BETTY BURNS 15 be1ng greased up on the shores of Great Br1t1an 1n preparat1o1 for her attempt to sw1m the Engl1Sh Channel After many proposals CECIL BUCKLAND has f1nally succeeded 1n marrymg Casxe GERALD JOHNSON has recently taken over Mr HYPCS Posltlon of teach1ng bookkeepuzg ln Fayette Vllle H1gh School BOBBY ALEXANDER s w1fe has Just g1ven h1ma brand new Royles Royce as an annwersary present CORA BERRY has Just established the f1rst Beau t1c1ans Tra1n1ng School 1n FaYettCV111e EDWARD PASHION has just returned from a tr1p to Europe and w1ll resume h1s dutles as pr1nc1pal at Fayettevmlle I-hgh School GARY WHEELER 15 truly superhenpecked He hasn t attempted to express a thought smce the f1rst s1x months after h1s weddmg From thelr house on the h1ll the former ANNA BELLE WILSON can watch to see 1f JOHN KOONTZ IS properly carrymg out h1S pos1t1on as a truant off1cer BOBBY LAW who xs now playmg for the New York Yankees has Just completed h1s 2000th home run for th1s season One of h1s team mates 15 h1s class mate of old SHERMAN KELLY ROSALIE MARTIN JOAN BROOKS and PHYLLIS ALEXANDER are really ratmg They have made the f1rst page by graduatmg The thought of ROSALIE JOAN and PHYLLIS grad uatmg must have awakened me for that was the end of my dream CLASS PROPHET ' 1 ' 1 . - . ' - A 1 . . . , 1 . 1 . 1 - . 1 ' . 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 - 1 A D . . . 1 1 ' - - - - . . . . . H ,, - . . , , , , - ' 1 1 ' - 1 . . 1 . ' 11 11 1 1 1 . . . . H . . ' 1 , . 4 .1 - , - ' 1 1 1 . ' ' 1 1 ' ' - 11 - 11 11 11 - . 1 . ' ' ' ' - ' 11 11 11 -1 . . . . 1 1 ' 1 . - 1 1 , . 1 1 . ' ' ' . . . 1 1 1 - 1 . . - - , . . . . 1 I . 1 . . . , tt H , . . , , . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . . . . 1 I ' ' 1 . . . ' ' . , . . . . 1 1 ' - . 1 NAML .1l1'Nl'Tly Arrnstrong Cora Berry Hlonde ha 1r 1nc1 Betty Bot k .lodey 1.BI'P1tCI1l11I'l Nancy Cawend1sl1 Betty Gln nn Helen M xry P aye X erla Patsy Cody Conne Cottle Cottlc Crews Eary Bro 1eh 1 1tr1e1e1 ljrunk Everette Buckland Betty Burns. Jl nrungs Lrx Joe Eskrujee Jarnes Haskt John Koontz 1- 11th Marsh1l1 Ros.111e Ivlartm Barbara M1ch1e1 N XHCY P 1sh1on 'v1.1rg1e Chambers Harold Conley Joe Cuthbert:-on .1ohnn1e Lades 4 . Q 2 G. 1 1 'q ff .' 1 "f ' 'T' ' H 1.4'. 1 3 " ' 's ' ' "I " "V: ',h" 1 'V 'Q ' " ' ' . 11111 .l',I. , ' " "' 1 . , '1 C: T N111 ' f 2 ' . 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T 6 is K -, 'vlxry Lee Lskevt Jean Harr1s Betty Hensley Ger11f1 Johnson Conrad Ke xton NIC KNAMI' St1tch Llp Boots Bet 15r1t N1c C ody Mlck ea D1dd1e Mort Sl 1ts bhorty Pat 1 lglltlllllg Burns 15e1k D D Sw 1r11py bunny Muscles Bob Nance Dot C one ho lxuehmx Wart Horn Je an1e Bet le rry Curly S AYINIC B11 l Sh1p' Holy Nlexeke ral' 1rr1s the thought' 'NIO Stuff' As 1 n1.1tter o f1et' Gee rny k em ' Horse O Bull' 13111111 Arne Yer Cltllll tOO11N' Holy Low e 1 lhen' Take t easy Oh Shoot' 11 e btory Do xxe DIVE to pr1ct1ee9 qcemsoaeop For Lllflbt Inas 51kes' Oh Shocks' BilOI1y' 1 151 ' Vlfhy You cl e surpmsc mr he 1x sam .Shock ' Golly 1 stu e hope Ah Shocks' n t kno 1 Bur 11 WLAKNESS Heltn Albert Lxndsey 'VlOO1'111gll1. c V Q,1rner1s 1111 Boys C ha 1T115tI'W D .11rnn1y Boys W1 1 1 c xrs liloncles G1r1s Cuvs 6 ft 1 R 1X Won1en Nlsll 1'v11s1let1br1s 1 Lmnbxr Reemn .le 111 Ann Xnni Belle October C,harl1e 1 111108 1 Kllroy Moonlwlmt V P Nlusle Woxuerl Wornen 1- 11se Teeth 111111 eyes tft txektes Boys lilclnde 11l1t sk1rts LIKE ND DI'w111'xI1.S C OITlPQt1t1OIl Fun Makers C1tt1ness Nothmy 111rt1n ul 1r 5 1re.1sr11 Horses L My people Soy C hxsers KOIILCIICC1 peo ale Nothmw p 1rt11 u11r Work No-,ey leo 1 e Olzxes Lllgllfall Red ha1r 1nc1frec kles 11 hysle s Pussy G1r1s 11 xrry lruman Ramy We 1ther C,once1ted People QIIIU Tal lht naxne Rat Proxmg t M4 lnory Work Wornen The word 1 1111 ot Ll 1 1 rofessnn F11rty G1r1s C,onCe1ted People DUI 1rt Tc xehers 1 oetry AMBITION Lhemxst Beautu 1311 Be Sueeessful Doctor Graclu1te frorn college Head doctor at Iohn Hopkms Be Presmdent of the Umted States 10 have 1' boxs SecrLt1ry 'Xlurse Racho 1ee11n1c1an lc get out of Vkllll. lot 111 1 Secretary Do I1Otl11I1g Be an old ma1c1 Je l11l1t Be coat h at Notre Dame 1 1 'I ru1nt Offue r Go to 15ermuel1 Dr1ve 11ke Hypes f vet 1 Io n11rryHurl111 Ret1re from the W 1xes '1 ot 1- 1111311 st hool Be a lmsband 1N11rsc Learn to c1r1xe 1r1v1te beeretary Iiookkeeot r R m1111 1 11x1l111n ISLIKES NAME Sherman Kelly Je rry King Bobby Law Buddy Learmonth Px1Cl'1Z1I'Cl Matherly Joan M1ze l aul Moreau Join MCClung Nancy Neal Ruby Rhodes Kenneth Sexton Margaret Teel Betty Sue Tyfvrett Dukle Wells Dorothy Patrlcl Janle Ph1ll1p .le m Ann Platt Gene Rlce Soma Rlley Donme Rose Ramona Senea Jean Shawx er 5h1rley Shockey Jean Underwood Uldene Wheeler Thellni W nltloc. Anna Belle VN llson M try Ann Woodrum Annx Mae Sexton Bobby Alexander Edu ird Pash1on Phyllls -Xlexander M1f.olxBlex 'vllry Bri .loan Brooks C2911 Buekland C xrv VN heeler NICKNAME Kelly" 'Jerry" Bobby Slob Dosh DlLk J Danse Red Joe Le1gh Tully Egg Mag Bet Fearless .Iun1or Dor Phxl P l unk Gene Corme Toby Mona r1s Shlrd Jeame Denn 19 ucgxe Annle Ann B1g Wheel Pete. Nlxe Br 11 Brooks, Ceml lee Wee SAYING Nluts! If you say so Shoot' That s nice' Of course' My gosh' Shoo Oh hddle' Drop Dead l gxve up Oh heck' Get lost' Shoot' For Q ryxn Out loud' Oh Shucks l geon' That llttle cute thmg' Hec Fxddle Dee Dee' Balony Great Gobs' Have you ever My lor Low' You bet ya Boosle Holy cow ' Shoo Hee Shut up' N15 goodness Shoot' shoot' He lvens VN lse Up ' Oh l um WEAKNESS Base ball Pat Women Pool Ankles Carlos Women Marxne S t Convertlbles Bookkeeplng Women .l1mrny Nlc holas Fayette Alrport Raymond Llght brown Curly halr Muslc Football Boy s Colleges Glrls Joe Earl Red Fords Brovvn Chev rolet Boys Cheerleadmv .lack Darell Bovs Wornen Men Boys Red Hdlf Casxe Carol Dean DISLIKES Football Football Pract1ce Women Txght l eople Coaches Sllly People Moody People Bee Bop Muslc Nosey People Crowded Buses Enghsh Chem1stry Chem1stry Englxsh Concemted People Warts Stubborn ness Stuck up glrls Southern Belle s Concelted People Snooty People Hard Work o wr1te shorthand People Conce1ted People Moody People Flxrty G1rls Conce1ted People Boys Stuck up gxrls Shave and vet h3lI'Cllt lsazy People Worms Engllsh Work Bobby Wmllxams Government AMBITION Baseball player To become 18 Baseball player Beat Jerry 1n pool Detectwe To see the world To see the world Own Fayette Theater Marry my boss Secretary Rxde Trlgger Nurse Get out of school Jet Jockey m the Navy Housewlfe Be a w1fe Play at Carnagle Hall Pllot Lady barber We st Pomt Bachelor Secretary Marry a chemlst Secretary Learn to cook so Bxll can eat Get marrxed Nur se Pr1vate Secretary Housewlfe Setretary Marry a rxch woman Make as much rnoney as Nlr Perdue Fllllbh school Get marrxed Housewxfe F1I1l5l1 eollege lwlxrry Casle Be a henpecked husband .. 1 . V . .1 1 tl 1 ' ' A 1 - 11 -X 11 . ' ' ,, , .1 .1 t! Q .1 .1 , - D - g ' st vi ' ' A , . mt ll ' ' ' Al li ----- ' .Q . D ,, r Q N - 1 - - ' ' - .1 . Q ,, 11 . BQ! - . ' . '- ' 'S -' ' ot" Ji . ' ' ' ' ,L H A " ' , ' ' - ' ' 2 A 11 11 I ' . . 4, . ,, . . at ' at Iv In ' ' , .. .1 ---- , 1113 A 11 I ' 7 - - 1. - .. dl , .. V - -1 My , V , - T - . Loretta Woodrum "Woodie" Good Gosh! Billy F. Conceited Air Stewardess I .. 2 - .1 .! - - , - . lx -1 3 I D a ---- t! ' ' ' ' 2 . " " k! X , , 11 - 11 ----- ,A - I C ,Z - , .. V n ---- A , K V D ' A' . ' I . f "Ph1l" . ' :'! ---- ' " 2- '. 'ins " ' . ' .L ' " zggu Q . " ' ' 1, 1- 1 H , , .1 ,- ' ' . . , , 4 .. ,.' . Y 11 - K- 11 H., , ' , , 1 .- 12 A - .. , , 1 .1 , i I! .r SENIORS Q Of' 1: : T X 'Y N' fi L I BARBARAA MICHAEL ' "Bob" "A blush on the face is better than a blot on the heart. ROSALIE MARTIN "Muscles" "What's the odds as long as you are happy, " JOE CUTHBERTSON "Kuchigian" "Two souls with but a single thoughtg Two hearts that beat as one." RAMONA SENEA ..MOna., "Love is a beautiful thingf Q 1 1952 CONRAD KEATON Ucurley., Many a genius has been slow of growtn BETTY BURNS "Burns" "A one man circus that Barnunn doesn't Control. " BETTY CODY .-Cody., "The way to niake friends is to be one DOROTHY PATRICK "Dor" "Sensible, kind, loving, and givin The life she lives is well worth livin: m r 'NE7' Y X wg'-I-N SENIORS EDWARD PASHION Pete matters not what you are thought to be But what you are MARY ANlN BLAKE WOODRUM Mzry Hear the mellow weddmg bells golden bells What a world of happlness then' melody foretells JEAN SI-IAWVER Prls Her laughmg cheerfulness throws sunbeams on all the paths of lxfe JOEL BREITENHIRT .Iodey It 15 a poor sport who wxll not flght for hls colors Q. x 5- Qtr in-1 fffffzi 7 fws JM K4 fo Her V01 e wa ever soft gentle and low An excellent thmg 1n woman GENE RICE Gene Take my advxce and leave women alone JOHN KOONTZ Swampy Thmkmg xs but an 1dle waste of thought And naught xs everythmg And everythmg IS naught ANNA BELLE WILSON Annle When Sxlence speaks for Love she has much to say --It 9 Q ,in I ' X , A l ,Sv J Y - y ,Q ll l V5 wx .. - A U , I ' 5' 1 fi' V 1 A 1 JOAN Bh,OOKS Q UB. lib.. 4 x. K X, ' ,' y W, Q I sl " f ' H H - XX , ' g 1 - 'Xt i A , ,..t " , " . . va az 4 . . -,, ',w A. ' -,' ! I95Z SENIGRS Viv S br is... 17 MARTHA PHILLIPS Janxe A g1gg1e a dash a shrlek a crash That s our .Tame JOHNNIE EADES Wart The women sxmply adore hlm H15 11ps were hke Cupxd s bow But he never ventured to use them And so they voted h1m slow GLENN CONNER M1Ck The prxde of our class our Presxdent ELIZABETH BOCK Betty As sweet and true as a person could e All these thmgs we flnd mn thee JENNINGS ERVIN Beak women He lxkes them all But loves not one NANCY PASHION Nance Her blue eyes sought the west afar For lovers love the western star JEAN ANN PLATT Punk To those who know Thee not No words can Pa1nt' And those who know Thee Know all words are famt' WILLIAM LEARMONTH Buddy Must I work Oh' What a waste of t1me K.. SENIORS If-XMES ARIMSFRONG btitch Lip Wisdom of miny 'ind the wit of one HELEN COTTLE lea Diddle Here s to the girl whose dimples we prize THELMA WHITLOCK Iuggie Pair was She to behold That maiden of seventeen surnrncrs JAMES HASKELL D D Woman is nian S bread of life I rri getting hungry fe' Q V -A a+1""g :iw . A . 5 1 -, , .K rx Af? S' L X Nt Q X1 ips? X 4 QQ ,Y-'gf FAITH MARSHALL Sunny 'She is pretty to walk with And witty to talk with And pledsant to think upon. JERRY KING Jerry ' Eat drink and be merry' For tomorrow you may die. A J , J' PAUL Mom-:Au i ff J Red ,if ' Althouoh he has rnuch wi lfjf' M He is very shy of using it. ' jp 1 NANCY CAVENDISH . "Nic" "It is the songs she sings And the smile she wears, That muse the sunshine everywhere. " SENIORS M '0- K-Z" T Q' X, X ULDINE WHEELER "Dennis" "Capable of hand and generous of heart. " MA EOLA BLEVINS "Mae" .. Maeolzi is small in stature but she has a big heart. " KENNE TH SEXTON .-Egg.. Anything for a quiet life, " MARY BRAGG ..Bragg-, "Thy rnodesty is candle to thy merit, " GARY WHEELER "Pee Wee" "Small rnen do great things." RUBY RHODES 'ATully" "Silence is more musical than any 5 BETTY HENSLEY ..Bet,. "Success is sure to be to one so faithful as she. v 1 NANCY NEAL "Leigh" "All things are in Common among friends. " 'Hs- wwf l A ."N-1-. by H r li... I952 Ong P f SENICRS CECIL BUCKLAND "Cecil" 'Broadminded, pourageous, and trueg These three will carry you through. " JOAN MIZE ".loanse" "Loyal-hearted, strong of mindg A true friend nowhere you'll find. " :J F fy i' A 5' 'I A 0' Q - xi 7 0' J 1 4. J, f ,Al ., 9 f 1482 4 -'C ' V 7 If s' . J f If MARGIE CHAMBERS "Dot" " Be slow to fall into friendship, But when thou art in, continue firm and constant. " BETTY SUE TYGREITT "Bet" "She laughs not to he funny, but to be fun. " , 'L Q-s--' y.. 1952 N'-ur ANNA MAE SEXTON "Ann" "Remember me as one who 1 ,L loves her fellow-men. " 'Qu-Q ik Q I - B MARGARET TEEL. 1 - . H "Mag" if' f "A most agreeable companion, , xt a true friend. " l my ff' X ' i 'i 'Y BOBBY LAW -,7 "Bobby" Q, - . "None but himself can n it "I L f W ,IJ be his parallel." ' 1- i 8 . .,x B B-f I 5- ' YK' JEAN HARRIS . 4 3. "Jeannie" 44 My "Well-timed silence has more " l 8 K lm eloquence than speach. " l lff Q-v S NIORS VE, iff fr "inno- M., lr' 'F' 53156 SHIRLEY SHOQKEY Shu' Oh Q ill It by Horne. butter nirne For fmendshlp Sounds too rold JEAN UNDERWOOD Je 1n1e Oh love' If death be sweeter let me d1e RICHARD WE.l L5 Dllkle Lord I wonder what fool It was that fxrst mvented k1s51ng LORETTA WOODRUM Wooche Take heed gmrls of the promxse of 1 mdxu for 1f.W1ll run llke ex crab on the sea shore I BOBBY ALE XANDP R Blg Wheel I lfe IS fx jest and dll thmqs Show thought so oncn but nowl know It PIIYLLIS ALE KANDER l hxl A qmet rmver runs deeply l7ATRIClA BRUNK Pat Where there S a wxll there S a way PATSY BROACII Hit If mu-nc be the song of love play on 1-1 L xv v X., Q: 23 SENIORS VERLA EARY Shorty Glve the world the best you have and the best wlll come back to you JOAN MCCLUNG Joe Not too serxous not too gay But wood sport when xt comes to play J If I' 7 FAYE PKEWS Slats We buxld the ladder by Wh1Ch we rxse From the lowly earth to the vaulted skles RICHARD MATHERLY Dlck There s men that somehow just gr1p your eyes And hold them llke a spell And such 15 he gym? i I'- 3 fbi, Lf 'Q' A 'N MARY LEE ESKEW Bum Sometxmes irom her eyes we d1d recexve faxr speechless messages GERALD JOHNSON Jerry A fr1end w1th a Ford JGSEPH ESKRIDGE B111 Stand back professor and I ll tell you how to do xt SONLA. RILEY Corn1e A good true frlend and Jolly pal Wh1ms1cal w1tty and w1se A lovable playful act1ve gxrl Makes Good m all she trmes kv I bf' I - 9 ' N. ,V . C' " y yr., is .J SP., V K Q -T' ,,!v. If 1.0 4,9 W9 ' l' A A 1 ,. L -' will -- V -V Q i 1, X W 2' e- N 5 ,, 1 v fc L , it ' 1 A fx Abt S?"l W .. .. 6- s ,E N - " , a v . A P 4 A A 4 as 2. ' 5 . Q A 'fx " if : f I A ' l , , U .9 Y t A X ' ' . ' . I ,Z ,V - X C, . SENIORS -my Sgw 'lf'A'H"AFlrmLz 1 an 1 X- EVERETT BUCHLAND Llghtnmg Not lazy ut just dldn t feel hke workmg DONNLEI ROSE Toby He S really a dxtty CURA BERRY "Boots" "A smlle for all she meets, A charm to make each memory sweet " dx 0 W JHMHERMAN KELLY Mm Kelly 4,--. To set the cause above renown To love the game above the prlze MARY COTTLE Iw1ll be qu1et d1l1gent kmd and generous and some day opportunlty w1ll come my way HAROLD CONLEY Connho Gxrls a1n t nothm 1n my young l1fe ff WW wif U' lf - , . - '1 A 'W .f 9 A li 0 9 ,lm A W lf V, 7 -. E ---Murfll, . . L ll! 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K BMT. 2' ima? ish In in v pQ 355 4 LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT SECT ION I St xte of West V1rg1n1a County of Fayette Fayettevllle Hlgh School We the class of Ntneteen Hundred and Ftfty Two of Fayettev1lle High School d hereby make publxsh and declare to all whom It may concern that thls lb our Last W1ll and lestament Smce wr. safely md so recently have passed our fall semester exam1 natlons we xre made to feel by that stress ind stram that we mwht when our sprxng se mester QXATTIIDGLIOIIS xre ClI'dVV1Uf5 near be driven to a physlcal state appro iLl11Il rheurnatlc decrepltude and to 1 ment xl state bordermng on senxle decay Therefore DCLIBVITIE 1n cxty we hasten yet not surreptxtmusly or prec1p1tately but pravmatlcally to bestow our valuable belongmgs wh1le reasonable soundness of m1nd and body are ours SECTION II TO THE JUNIORS We vylll to the Junxor Cslxss ill our Senlor xbllxty and our subl1me prerogatxye of beln a model class an example to under cl 1ssr'nen ind 1 dellght and msplr 1t1on to everyone lliflullllflg the faculty The Junlor Class also becomes the donee of the duty of holdxnfb lllgll the banner and standards of our Alma Mater and of exercvsmg lordsh1p even 15 well as we have done over the 1nst1tut1on SECTION III TO THE SOPHOMORES To the Sophomores we w1ll all our old wtsdom teeth that they too may become wtse thereby better flttlng themselves for supervlslng the hlgh st hool admxnlstratlon SECTION IV 'IO IHE FRESHMEIN We glve to the 1- reshmen the assurance thxt 1f they fall not by the ways1de they w1ll someday be D1gn1f1ed SEHIOTS To them we also grant that persevermg sp1r1t whlch would not let us be numbered w1th those who chd not return SECTION V TO THE STUDEN1 TS BOBBY ALEXANDER wllls h1s black wxvy hur to Anne Bxrnett ind Barbara Se ly PHYLLIS ALEXANDER wxlls her ab1l1ty to Jxtterbuyo to Max 1 Moses JIMMY ARMSTRONG wxlls h1s nlckname St1tch L1p to Tommy Lubanks CORA BERRY w1lls all her ex boy frxends to Betty Burns and Barbara Mlchael MAEOLA BLEVINS wllls her algebra sk1ll to her slster Sue Blevms BETTY BOCR w1lls the F H S Round Up to Pat Wallace hopmg she w1ll enjoy It much as she herself has MARY BRAGG Wllls her ALGEBRA BOOK to anybody who has any use for lt JODEY BREITENHIRT w1lls h1s 1b1l1ty m photography to E xrl Seay PATSY BROACH w1lls her heart to Mllxe .IOAN BROOKS wills her abxllty to make A s 1n govcrnrnent to Barbar Seay andAnne Barnett PATRICIA BRUNK wzlls her Cood 'Tunes IH study hill to June Shocney CECIL BUCKLAND wllls h1s POSILIOH as left guard to George Clltflbllt EVERETT BUCKLAND yy1lls hls ab111ty 1n woodwork to 'Vlr I EZUIIIIIRLOD BETTY BURNS wllls her smgmg ab1l1ty to anyone yxho can stand tt NANCY CAVENDISH wllls her ab1l1ty to squeak on Clxrmet solos to Carol Walters MARGIE CHAMBERS w1lls her lwer to .luamtx Steyens to see lf 1t tastes lxke pork ltver BETTY CODY wllls her lxst name to Thelml HAROLD CONI EY vtxlls hls ab1l1ty to get along, wxth lyllss Sims to Totnmy Wheeler 2 , ' , 1 0 1 - Y I I I K I O Q , 1 1 2 5 , J ' ' - ' Z ' ' I R 'I , ' V' 5 , .T - , ' ' . , , ,' Y , , ' , .' . . . . . 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' A' 4 V' - 'F " , , - , ' A" ' V . . 0F THE CLASS OF l95Z GLENN CONNER wills his position as Senior Class President to anyone who can win the Miss Pirate Campaign in thei senior year HELEN COTTLE wills her ability to vet along with Mrs Hypes to Mary Lou Gladwell MARY COTTLE wills her Parker pen to Ruby Rhodes FAYE CREWS wills her jump in cheerleading known as the Tlger to Thelma Whitlock JOE CUTHBERTSON wills his first place in the 880 to Georve Cutright JOHNNIE EADES wills his ability to crash parties to Kim O Neal VERLA EARY wills his Gray hair to Mr Pennington JENNINGS ERVIN wills his beard to Clayton Pierson hoping he will beard Myra MARY LEE ESKEW wills her height to Effie Cottle and her ability to get to class on time to Anne Barnett JOE ESKRIDGE wills his ability to pass without studying to Bradley Hager JEAN HARRIS wills her height to Jackie Spicer D D HASKELL wills his ability to stutter while talking to girls to Maurice King BETTY HENSLEY Wills her ability to talk to Lois Ann Hilton GERALD JOHNSON wills his good looks to anyone who will have them CONRAD KEATON Wills his 100 yard dash to Tommy Eubanks SHERMAN KELLY wills his English grades to his brother JERRY KING wills his ability to beat Buddy Learmonth in pool to anyone who should need it JOHN KOONTZ. wills his BALL and CHAIN to Mrs Hypes BOBBY LAW wills his baseball ability to Sherman Kelly BUDDY LEARMONTH wills his ability to beat Glenn Conner in pool to Jerry King FAITH MARSHALL wills her ability to lose the buttons off her winter coat to Sally Shaw ROSALIE MARTIN wills her driving ability to Barbara M1chael RICHARD MATHERLY wills his Shakespearian chain to Vicki Vickers BARBARA MICHAEL wills her ability to have fun at weiner roasts to Rosalie Martin and Betty Burns PAUL MOREAU wills his ability to get bookkeeping to Vicki Vickers JOAN MCCLUNG wills her money grabbing ability to Jerry King NANCY NEAL wills her driving ability to Sonia Riley NANCY PASHION wills her week end trips to V P I to anyone who can and will enjoy them as much as she has EDWARD 'ASHION wills his curly hair to Mr Perdue DOROTHY l ATRICK wills her height to Barbara Michael JANIE PHILLIPS wills her smallness in size to Roy Sears JEAN ANN PLATT wills her height to Anne Barnett RUBY RHODES wills her shorthand ability to anyone who wants it GENE RICE wills his place in the 440 yard dash to his brother SONIA RILEY wills her chauffeur Nancy to someone who needs one as badly as she does DONNIE ROSE w1lls his ability to type and to get chemistry problems to Norris McClun0 RAMONA SENEA wills her brown eyes to Jean Harris ANNA MAE SE XTON wills her ability to make A s in shorthand to Anne Barnett KENNETH SE XTON wills his height to Billy Seay JEAN SHAWVER wills her ability to play the Clarinet to Betty Craft SHIRLEY SHOCREY wills her brown hair to Jean Underwood MARGARET TEEL wills her ability in government to Harold Christian BETTY SUE TYGRETT wills her dimples to Miss Coleman JEAN UNDERWOOD wills her heart to Bill DICKIE WELLS wills his flyinrr ability to Lacy Martin Jr GARY WHEELER wills his driving ability to Carroll Turner UI DENE WHEELER wills her algebra intelligence to her brother Donald Wheeler THELMA WHITLOCK wills her nickname Pudgxe to Anne Barnett hoping she willenjoy hearing D D call her that as much as she herself does ANNA BELLE WILSON wills her ability to play the piano to Janet Martin LORETTA WOODRUM wills her ability to drive to her brother Marvin Woodrum MARY ANN WOODRUM wills her government book to Anna Lee Davis hoping she will get more use out of it than she herself has CLASS DRAUGHTSMAN OF WILL 1952 'I - - - 3 VA . f . . . . 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H Arc. 19 by at .,, 1' 1-.wwe :- X v Ya- Xl I Cb 'oo er sfs Y "' aff Pi VARSITY CLUB The Varsxty Club under the chrectxon of Coagh Arr1tt has been 1n exxstence for sexeral years The Club annually sponsors a class tournament the proceeds of whlch wo to buy the Senlors of the football team a Jacket All persons earnnvva letter lhe Vlfblty Club also xwxrrls to mv boy navlnw eirnfecl one letter IU three sports or three lettnrs m one sport 1 trophy upon lus rraduxtlon any sport 'lutomxtlcilly become a rr ember The Offmers of tlus year s c lub ire REblDL.lNT N ICE REJSIIDLN Shi RE F XRY Ge ie Rue cry FYTIIJHI lerrv lXlIlQ Ro, HK tra JOl1'lTlC lflcs .loc Cuthbert-.on Conrlrl me xton L.flfllQ 'Nell lcvtrungs Lrx r' all' 'I , Xr'1 Iron 'iobbx Xlcx 'tr l1lllLe CUT. lflll MEMBh.Rb .lohnme Eades Joe Quthbertson Jenmngs Ervm Cecll But kland D D Haskell 'Vlaurue Kmg Wxllle Dlleonardo Jlmmy Whxtloelx Rmhard Niatherly Thelma Wlutloclx L nn Crews liarbxrri Suu ' Rosemxrx Qllbert Ann Barnett ah.: ,924- Kilim lv an 1 'S :sf 1,9154 5 K we :fn tw t,,,,t ,, ' ff? 4 . 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The Tlreless Workers 1 H Club ww up ' 'Wi A rLl1t1velw new iddltlon to Fayettev1lle H1 h Sp mol 15 the Tlrelebs Worl ers 4 H lb It his lJSEZIlO1'I7dl'lI!Cd 1 out 1 ye xr L me I C lub to cle op x four told l I' In order to hegor me I good q1t1 en xou rnubt develop your hc art minds 10,1 Ind hed Niro C,1rlV1cke.rb Mr Holly hes:-ler I RESIDENT NICE PRESIDEINT SECRETARY TREASURER bONG LEADER GAME LEADER5 REI OR TER The other rnernbera 1 e Chxrleo Nmckers I aulxne Stotts Iornrny Whdnger Rusty Remck .Ixrnmy Andrewb Donald Elmore Joyee H1l5te id Batty lxeifer The 4 H Flub le iclerb Ira. M155 .Io Ann Mmller Nh' Jxmmy rennmvton John Grafton Jxrnmy Dennison Pat W nlldce Lee Roberto Sally Whan Sylxla Slmwver Vxckl Vxcl-xers 1nclBe mtrxce Clme Jdnxs C oteinip B Iclley Hx Jack Ebkrldm. .I ID Ili er 'Nleld Elllson JO Ellen Wxllxcf. Patrmls. IN1d'xy .Iunmy Dxvulbon Charleen Workman 1 ,. , . A A .. 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ACTIV ITV BOOSTERS CLUB Constant activity is the keynote of the Activity Boosters Club. There are always projects for the schoolg dances, or something to plan and work for. Sometimes our club-work kept us mighty busy and we complained that we couldn't do it all, then we did it anyway. We will always remember Mr. Hypes, our sponsor, who was often the only person remaining calm and level-headed through it all. OFFICERS PRESIDENT -- ----- ----------- - - Jean Ann Platt VICE-PRESIDENT --- -- Nancy Fashion SECRETARY ------- ---------- ---- F a ye Crews MEMBERS Janie Phillips . Bgtty Boqk Effie Come Elizabeth Darnell Shirley Elpperly Rosemary Gilbert Mary Lou Gladwell Violet I-lansliaw Janet Martin Joan McClung Barbara Seay Sally Shaw Carol Walters Mary Virginia Wiseman Jodey Breitenhirt Thelma Whitlock Paul Moreau Glenn Conner Nancy Cavendish Helen Cottle Joe Eskridge Don Rose Faith Marshall Jean Shawver Annabelle Wilson Anne Barnett Patty Bobbitt -f??f? 'Q is x Hg V Q5 ,fa 1-.. . -2 ,h Q CS KLA Wim, NA' E V rQf?5f . ,r 5 , -1 M 'V . at-nf.5 N tiflfeiiswtfk' f ' xi THESPIAN TROUPE Fayetteville High School received its Thespian Troupe No. 487 charter in January 19-ll, and 15 charter members. Now there are .19 members. Only those who have dramatic ability and have had actual stage experience are eligible for menibership. The aim of this club is to promote interest in dramatics aniong its members and among the student body. The major productionof the year will be "The Whole Town's Talking" under the direction of Mr. J. B. Sowards, a newcomer to F, H. S. sroxsoa .------- FREMDENT -..... VlCE-PRESlDENT--- SECRETARY ------ TREASURER - - Betty Bock Nancy Cavendish Glenn Connor Helen Cottle Faye Crews D. D, Haskell Jerry King Buddy Learmonth Joan lNlCCll1DQ Nancy Fashion Ann Barnett Mary Virginia Wiseman Jimmy Zorio BAEMBERS --- J. B. Sowards Jimrny Armstrong -- Jennings Ervin Elizabeth Darnell -- Faith lwlarshall Rosemary Gilbert Jean Ann Hlatt Sonia Riley ifatricia Bobbitt fviary Lou Gladwell Sally Shaw Effie Cottle Janie Phillips Violet Hanshaw Tomrny Bell Clayton wierson Carol Walters tid pon- 'Q 'fl 1' If s age? 'I' D DIRECTOR ------ A fl" 4 LL' I "ar , ' wa W - BAND --- Alfonso Nicosia LJRESIDENT ....... -- Jean Ann Platt VICE-PRESIDENT ----------------- Nancy Pashion LIBRARIANS ------ Betty Bock and B CLARINETS: Nancy Cavendish Carol Walters Janet Martin Mary Lee Eskew Effie Cottle Mary Lou Gladwell Joan Mize Jean Shawver Eary White Charlotte Withrow Lou Ella Myers Shirley Williarns BASS CLARINET: OBOE: TROMBONES: Peale Davidson Hunter Long Gloria Francesa Thomas Koontz Saxophone-Alto Glenn Conner Pat Wallace Shirley Griffith Janice Cotcamp TENOR SA SOPHONES: Vicki Vickers BARITONE SAXOPHONES: Nancy Cavendish Alla Mae Myers Myra Wheatley Betty Craft Yolanda Zorio Judy Wallace Karen Akers Linda Akers Betty Moreau Roxie Hall Alberta Styers Margaret Phillips Betty Bock Jean Ann Platt Helen C-ottle Charles Vickers Rusty Renick Marcella Price Kay Martin Betty Brooks Hartman Watkins Pat WdL1gIl Anna Lee Davis Juanita Stevens BARITONES: John Stover Jimmy Zorio BASS HORNS: James Bryson Dallas Kelly ALTO HORNS: Nancy ljashion Rodney Myers Sally Shaw CORNETS: Paul Moreau Billy Joe Jones Charles Rosenecker Jimmy Akers Freddie Bates Michael King BELLS: lfxathern Dunlap DRUMS: Darrell Goff Janie Phillips Eleanor Phillips MAJORETTES: Jean Ann Platt Nancy Fashion Jean Shawver DRUM MAJOR: FLAG CARRIERS: lfatty Bobbitt N"'iw-111518.- +3i2Yr'li'W6Fsif.:+v , W -..Q va -,. Q , -, 'maar- Q 'H+-I 'fx Q " 3. 'Ht 'Wax H EYKT A 'Fit John Grafton Henry Stotts Jimmy Smith Jo Ellen Wallace Pauline Stotts John Hambrick Michael Gilbert Charles Scott Mario Zorio Jimmy Fitzwater Gaye Martin Corkie Gray Paul Williams Rhenus O'Dell Elizabeth Darnell Louella Myers Myra Wheatley Glenn Conner Raynell Keith Tw v Q , J '59 ..ii""" Vu-1 .Q 'Nlincy Pashlon Llwabeth Ddrnall Juan S1 xxxer Glenn Conner Louclla Jean Ann ...A ,I W J' ,' A 'xgffimf' 3915 'S JOR Myers f .1 . 1 i ,-4 x I IE, ., . ,'. X .1 ,xi 'SW u wi' VW L f 1 Y A .,- v A 5 I , 1. ,. ,, if 'J' -2 f . . L-. N ."' -. , .. - xt -I Q67-Q3 , "- H-as .- - Y' - . 'Q - Q x ' ' - A s . 11" Tr 8 QY0 UL JUNIDR HIGH SCHOOL BAND Ala Mae Myers Myra Wheatly Betty Craft Judy Wallace Karen Akers Linda Akers Betty Moreau Alberta Styers Mary Margret Phillips Jimmie Davidson Hunter Long Gloria Francesa Tomniy Koontz Charles Vickers Rusty Renick Marcella Brice Janice Cotcamp Kay Martin Hartrnan Watkins Pat Waugh Vickie Vickers Anna Lee Davis Juanita Stevens John Grafton Henry Stotts James Bryson Dallas Kelly Jo Ella Wallace Polly Stotts Charles Rossenecker Earl Seay Mike King John Hambrick Michael Gilbert Charles Scott Mario Zorio Jimmy Fitawater Corkey Gray Paul Willianis Rhenas O'Dell Kathern Dunlap James Bruce Curry Billy Burgess Bobby Moreau Robert Bibb J.B. Williams Cecil Hedrick Michael Waugh Rick Wallace Carol Vickers Patty Jo Haught Vonnie O'Dell Johnnie Phillips Ralph Grafton Johnny Allen Ronald Huddleston Martha Ayers Kerr Withrow Linda Carson Rosemary Platt Pete Francesa Judy Allen Libby Eskriclge Linda Dimpsey Nina Lee Twyman Felice Beni Carol Epperly James Cooper Linda Nutter Betty Bobbitt Dona Dangerfield Brenda Lanham Eric Brooks Barbara Smith Lucilla Kettlewell Lorry Spangler Laurence Kelly Ruth Ann Armstrong Sara Phillips Freddy Scarbro Carol Gilbert Linda Grey 3 1 fy , ,QeiEQigji!iQ55:iiE::n::5in a haaan-un' uaidodzginiollloulllaaa' 1 nulunnu- -- GLEE CLUB "THE FAYETTEVILLE HIGH SCHOOL GLEE CLUB" An upconiing feature of our High School is the Fayetteville High School Glee Club. Under the leadership of Miss Frances Barbour, this organization is fast becoming one ofthe proudest assets of our school, With Jennings Ervin as Vresident, Barbara Seay :is Secretary, Jimmy Armstrong as Treasurer, and D, D, Haskell anclEddie Neal as Librarians, the club is very active. They participate in school assemblies, church programs, and also give concerts for the entertainment ofthe public. Other meinbers are Earl .ferry Johnny Stover Buddy Learrrionth Anne Barnett Pat Wallace Jaickqueline Spicer Joan lirooixs Betty Likens Lois Coleriiixn Clzirrol 5huck Uatrit in Spangler Nancy Vlfriits: Nancy Clavenclisli Mary Lee Eslxexv Hat IN may Glor i.i Sue lic I'I"7' Along with adding enjoyment to the school, it symboliLes 3rowing youth and the ci,-preciation for ,good niusic. Lois Hilton Nanny Honaker Betty Adkins Juanita Rogers Nelly Buckland Thelrna Wilson Mary Ann Woodrum Eleanor Phillips Violet Hansliaw Beatrice Sprouse Edna Jones .Io Ann Feazell Helen Ruth Se Qton Shirley Rose Charlotte Barnett -tl --1 C. vi ,P .- .iw QQ -big bl Q r 1 X! ' ash 5 II V' Q Y-is 5 X .4- .Afg - I s', . Q , x Q vq . I QQ 'F s sz'-X ,,.a.-, J" qyfi 'y S P V4 5 'J 9 sf 9- S, N. , It , V7 . " ri x 5' , 7 FJ On March 18, 19-ll, there was established in Fayetteville High School a chapter of the National Honor Society of Secondary Schools, to be known henceforth as the P LaFayette Chapter No. 3513. The purpose of this Society is to encourage character, ' holarshi leadership and service in the school .'N" SC , P' 1' ' JF- To date, twenty-seven boys and seventy-five girls have been merribersof this r," ,4 - ef P, avfqaf ftrixg, Q N fs,"-J-X Srhapter. PRESIDENT - - - , - VICE -PRESIDENT SECRETARY ---- Betty Bock .Ioan Brooks Betty Cody Faye Crews. .Ioan McClung Dorothy Patrick .lean Ann Platt Sonia Riley Jimmy' Arrristrong Yerla Eary Jennings Ervin .lean Shawver Patty Bobbitt OFFICERS MEMBERS ---Verla Early --Janet Martin --Joan McClung Elizabeth Darnall Lindsay Hicks Lois Hilton Raynell Keith Gaye Mzirtin Janet Martiii Mava Moses Louise Rogers Sally Shaw fauline Stevens Carol Walters Donna Woolwine Q-F id' T53 .Jw 'lQ.,i .QI Amy fl X 'ml -s MISS SENIOR PIRATE 3- A TTENDANTS The Semor Class elected JEAN SHAW VER to represent them 1n the annual M155 P1rate Contest sponsored by the Act1v1ty Booster s Club They were honored for the flrst t1me smce the contest begun to have thelr candxdate chosen as M155 Semor Plrate JEAN was crowned durxng the lmpres s1ve half t1me ceremonles of the Montgomery game by MR HOWARD CARSON She 15 a short cute glrl w1th a pleasant smxle and a pleasmg personallty Bemg popular and well hked by all she 15 very actxve ln the extracurmcular aCtlV1t1CS at school She was attended by her s1ster SYLVIA SHAWVER Sophomore cand1d te and BETTY HARRIS Junxor Class candxdate sY1.v1A SHAWVER BETTY HARRIS Sophomore Candxdate Junlor Candldate -.SW Fffffw . . Q "MISS JUNIOR PIRATE T he Freshman class cand1date LLEANOR GODSEY was elected to relgn as Mlss Junxor Pxrate for 1951 5 She was crowned by MR HOWARD CARSON at the Montgomery game and was attended by KAY BARNE TT Seventh Grade candldate and WILMA SEXTON E1ghth Grade cand1date ELEANOR IS a tall attractlve glrl wlth blond ha1r and blue eyes Because of her outstandmg personahty she 15 regarded as a promxsmg prospect for part1c1pat1pn 1n the numerous act1v1t1es at Fayettevllle I-hgh School AT PENDANTS KAY BARNETT Seventh Grade Candldate kfa fy- f-. MN WILMA SEXTON Elghth Grade Cand1date Y it I 'WT I ' g"'m h ' A w wi., Ab- A--4 Na o . A " XQQ' x J ff 4 lg' ,. v P Q df, 1 h if M gm! So" zz 5 2? X 4 ' n Riff' ,LW Z ua. ff ,-' as 6 'Slip ti Q ww . x . , - A R ,Q L , ff . -4" nv P ,-f' .- YN ':7Z,'.Q X C. "' sf lg Vg. Q L. N N K I X ' .1" f 7 I Rb H U f U ff: h X A ' X "H ,, I 0 R ' N G' Iii!! ang, 15 A' 5 x N - - - - - Q - 4- I I 1 fm 'fr , , 'iw Rl "aww ,V. 3 Aw N :C Q' .' .. Nina ' . M '- 1- law-,., 1 w,.h L6 ts x ,. , '9 + Ili September 7 September 14 September 21 September 28 October 5 October l2 October 19 October 26 November 2 November 9 The green and white clad boys with seven regulars returning from last year took the field against the Meadow Bridge "Wildcats" inthe lid-lifter for both teams. The "Pirates" started slow, but went on to win by a 27-O score. "We can do it" were the words on every "Pirate's" lips as they went up against the strong Mount Hope "Mustangs", who were favored to win by 2 or 3 T, D's. And they did it! The "Pirates" played circles around the "Mustangs" and registered a 14-13 victory. The Gauley Bridge "Travellers" were next for the "Pirates" as they invaded "Pirate -town" the following week. Both teams played good ball, although the "Pirates" did muff a couple of good scoring chances, and the game ended in a 0-0 score. Traveling to Oak Hill for the annual Grid-contest was next for the "Pirates", Oak Hill appeared to have just a little too much for the "Arrittmen", who held the "Devils" scoreless for a half, but finally went down by a 21-0 count. The Ansted "Highlanders" formed the opposition the next week, and everyone was wondering of the "Pirates" would get back in the win column. The first half ended in a 0-0 tie, but the second half spelled "murder" as the "Pirates" scored 30 points and won by a 30-0 score. The Lookout, "Generals" came to Fayetteville the next weekand proved to be stiff competition for a half, but the "Pirates" won No. 4 by a 20-0 score. It was Homecoming for the "Pirates" when the Montgomery "Grey- hounds" invaded the "Pirate-lair". The "Seamen" proved to be all the "Hounds" could handle and put up a real battle, but finally lost by a 12-0 score. Nevertheless, Montgomery knew they had been in a battle all the way. The "Pirates"were loaded when they met the Summerville "Grizz- lies," on the latter's home field, as they won the game by a 25-6 score. The Richwood "Lumberjacks" must have brought the weather with 'hem as they came to Fayetteville. The "Pirates" in the rain scored in the second quarter and led at the half by a 7-0 score. When the boys came out for the second half, someone was playing"Jingle Bells", and the snow was pouring dovsm. The "l..u.mberjacks" scored and tiedthe score at 7-7, and that's the way it stayed. Shady Springs came to Fayetteville for the final game of the season. Determined to beat the "Pirates" they scored on the kickoff, and they really got the "Pirates" Irish up as they went ona rampage and won by a 34-19 score. The season is Over and many have played their last game under GREEN and WHITE. The boys posted a 6 won, Z loss, 2 tie season- th best in a long time for Fayetteville. So, to the boys and their coache Fletcher Arritt and David Hypes, goes a saying of WELL. DONE. it JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL TEAM COLUMN 1 Coach Bill Bias Carl Buckland Robert Buckland Billy Burns Bobby Coleman Bobby Cottle Robert Dooley Don Elmore Jimmy Gilkerson Gerald Henley Charles Huges Alfred Jennings Ted Jennings Charles Legg James Price Billy Rice Charles Roberts Clifford Sexton Stanley Sowers Henry Sprouse COLUMN Z Jackie Stover Don Underwood Clyde Wilson Max Bobbitt James Bragg Jackie Bryant Mike Gavin Bradley Hager Tommy' Harris Junior Lazaro Franklin McQuarrey Don Wheeler Gene White Charles Wilson Danny Brooks Jimmy Jennings Richard O'Neal John Spearin Donald Tufts Jimmy Andrew BASKETBALL TEAM First Row: Jimmy Whitlock, Jennings Ervin, Jerry Johnson, Johnnie Eades, D D Haskell, Jimmy Armstrong, Second Row: Kenneth Sexton, Jerry King, Buddy Lear month, Coach Fletcher Arritt, Maurice King, Richard Matherly, Clayton Pierson Ansted Kingston Stoco Mullens Gauley Bridge Summersville Mount Hope Meadow Bridge Oak Hill Hinton e They SCHEDULE Lookout Gauley Bridge Montgomery Summersville Mount Hope Beckley Oak Hill Ansted Lookout Montgomery e They -XTC xcv, S :XX W4 Abs sg 'J , ., X , .QTEV QF! 9-XT C ng', 0 . Q I 'Y U 1 I JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL TEAM First Row: Lee Roberts, Jimmy Gilkerson, Managers. Second Row: Henry Sprouse Jimmy Andrews, Charles Roberts, Alfred Jennings, Jackie Stover, Mike Gavin Third Row: Bobby Coleman, Jerald Burley, Don Elmore, Clifford Sexton, Coach Bias, Richard O'Neal, Junior Lazaro, Robert Buckland. Falls View Pax Pax Gauley Bridge Ansted Mt. Hope Beckley Mt. Hope e They Ansted Kingston Oak Hill Gauley Bridge Beckley Oak Hill Falls View Kingston The y 'to' -Q1 'Nm 'S- 'Swv' ANNE B CHEER LEADERS ARNETT THELMA WHITLOCK FAYE CREWS ROSEMARY GILBERT BARB Remember those pep meetings, those exciting games, the very close scores, the hysterical crowds, and the cheerleaders, who were the central figures in those swirl- ing, exciting gatherings? That old "Pirate" fighting spirit has won many agame. The cheerleaders this year consisted of five peppy girls, two of which are Seniors, Thelma Whitlock and Faye Crews. The three Juniors, Anne Barnett, Bar- bara Seay, and Rosemary Gilbert will return next year with others to cheer the Pi- rates on. Miss Joan Miller, in her second year as sponsor of the varsity cheerleaders, has done an outstanding piece of work. She works long and faithfully in practicing the girls each week during the football and basketball seasons. ARA SEAY ' as 113, 'Ev -M ff,- F. . .ti -. fL?i:EE-A 1. .W . F Vx , l I ' 'Sf . qi.L..- , K - ' hr' :W Az. ' 1 - , -f wi. 1" A ' ' fv . - '..x . -V ..,,,,...-fi 4' h .cv - - fs- ,, . ,- ' 'x .- - ri - .. ' " A -., . x , ., f""7' -'J Y-uf ., L . .h fa-- :urf L .,.. .,.Xn,: 2. - 9 A 'xa. as " , J' 1 'fafrumes'-4 13 .Kxfi 'V-K S x 5 g 6, Q. 'Hg K Hwy, xx-if fl L Lnffq, gr rf 1 M4 if' T if ' QX' " I ,. 35, fill af. 5-'rf'...'j , ' 3 -4 qw 'Qt'-ty 1 I V . 1 X 'rz '.:4 Eggs. ' . .X Q. A ' 1-is f I 87212, , K. - ,. Q.. .L gif: .5 rm, "x. ' Lslilf 3 'X 1 w it Q R' W J , , 4-eu JUNIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS KAY PRIDMORE. Pl-IYLLIS DAVIS KAY AKERS DE LORES GILBERT The Junior High athletics have been cheered on by the Junior High "Pepsters" Phyllis Carol Davis, who has returned for her third year, Delores Gilbert, Kay Akers, and Kay Pridmore for their first. They have done a wonderful job of cheering their team, whether it was winning, losing, scoring, or lagging behind, they were always with them. Kay Pridmore is the only one who will return next year, while Phyllis, Kay, and Delores will go into their Sophomore year with hopes of becoming varsitycheer- leaders. THE JACK 1950 JOHNSGN The lack Johnson Memor1alAthlet1e Awxrd was establlshed bythe Faycttevllle I3Ubl1'1L ss Men s Assoc1at1on 1n honor of the late Roy H J ack Johnson It IS xntcnded to perpetuate the Splrlt of sportsmansh1p exemplxfmcd by Mr Johnson 1n h1s sports column bxde blants publxshed 1D the Fayette lrlbune OfWh1Cl1l1e was edxtor for many years S1de Slants was devoted to boys who possess courage Cltlzenshlp leadcrshxp athletxc and bChOldSt1C 1b1l1ty and the boys about whom Mr Johnson wrote need have no favored school or locatxon Wherever one was found 1n a rnetropohs or at a rountry cross roads he was the re c1p1ent of encouragement and publ1c1ty that the column could honestly gxve h1rn The xward created ln 1947 IS a m1mture engraved gold football and 15 presented ear h ye ir to the player on the Fayettevmlle Hlgh bchool foot ball te im who 1D1.l1C.j11flgCY'IlCIlt of players ind coaches lb thought to most ne xrly rneet the st xndards set by Mr Johnson I'h1s year tlll5 llllsll honor has one to James l Haskell a member of the Seruor Class of Fayettevxlle Hlgll School D D 15 in outstanclmg boy not only on the football fmeld but ln all phases of lns everyday l1fe He attends the Fayettevllle Presbyterlan Church where he 15 very actxve m the Younv People s Group he 15 a member of the Glee Club and he part1c1pates ln other athletu events such as basketball and trark Fhose who earned the award m other years are Harold B1ll1ngs 1950 W1ll1il'T1ll'l!T1bI'1Cl'C 1949 xndlxenneth Eskew 1948 MEMORIAL pil'- 1949 1 52: 1948 'C' ch, ,AQ 1 ' .- 2 W - 7 ,. X ,, CY1 :thx Z , V . . . . I y ' 5' , 1951-512, pf w ' 'sg ' D." Y l , ' A 1 -' . . . . K , . O , Q , 1 ' Hafiiii I HH? I' 'R "H-+ jilffjf 4 .111 Q5 .IENNINGS ERVLN Best Dancer POPULARITY . 4-'I S. LORE TTA WOODRUM Bxgge st Loafer ANN BARNE I T Most Cheerful 3 V' Best Dancer Af W1tt1e st Shows Be ot bportsmanslup lung 'T ., NANCY PASHION Best Looking Cute st 'EL' KIM O NEAL MARY VIRGINIA WISEMAN Most Bashful B1ggest Pest 416-QQ EDDIE NEAL Jia'- ng Most Concelted it-:r -:J -.nab '41 9 A. 55" IN ' I f 5 ' 2 1 "' was 7 4 ,E .4 A f- W I ,ia - 5 . , I x A is 45' ' Vik ' aux? V 2752-.Iwi 1- -A L , X ff 'L A '-Q 1 'M-if H7121 . V - . , 1 , L Q -a,.'k, xi 1 ,V I ff? A5325' . I V' . , I' - I Q. 2951- F 2 711 ' f fx "" I , ' n ,. QI.. ' 1' ' 'Nix , .' P., in f 1 4 mf A - I. . , Ji 2 , . I Pj , I . f A ' . f' OI r f , Zi .,, ' 4- " 1 I . L , lg-L A o r " y if ' - ' ' 2 f :f "",L5' fl -f n . V- VL. 'oh'-. F A-: f - A , . ' I I ' v""' I ' I Y. 4 Q4 ' Mn iv' ' A - 'Q 1'ig:4'1 4, A: ,i.,1" x ' A xffyg F 'L ,A V., 41 GLENN CONNER Best Dressed Most Mannerly Most Dependable Most D1gn1f1ed Senlor Most Llkely to Succeed POPULARITY 1 O' JIMMY ARMSTRONG Most Popular Best All Around Student Shows Best Sportsmanslup Most Talented Most Cheerful Wxttxest ELIZABETH O NEAL MAURICE KING MAVA MOSES Most Bashful Most Athletic B1ggSSt Book Worm W BETTY BOCK est All Around Student Most Lxkely to Succeed Most Dxgnxfned Senxor Most Dependable Most Concexted v?fe,,J'- nd. fat! BUDDY LEARMONTH Bmggest W1nd Bag Bxggest Loafer ggest Pest Blggest Sxssy B1gge5t Flxrt Blggest Apple Pohsher POPULARITY -if ,g 4 4' I-in. :-,A Huis. 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Hope "Pay The Easy Way" LINKS Oak Hill Mt Hope CHINA GLASS SILVER Compliment! of THE C 8: O CLEANERS Oak Hill West Virginia EDEN S JEWELRY SHOP Elgin Sz Bulova Watches Diamonds 8: Jewelry 110 Central Ave Oak Hill W Va Complzmentf of THE PIECE GOOD CENTER Eva Mae Gillian Owner Oak Hill West Virginia Complimentf of THE DAIRY QUEEN Oak H111 West Virginia Compliment! 0 IMPERIAL ICE CREAM Division Fairmont Foods MAYFAIR LUNCH Phone 939 Good Place to Eat Oak H111 West Virginia Compliment! 0 THE MODERN FURNITURE 8: CLOTHIN Oak Hill West Virginia HANNAH S JEWELRY STORE Fostoria Crystal Haviland China Oak H111 West Virginia GORDON FOOD S INC Nuts Cakes Peanut Butter Sandwiches Beckley West Virginia . . f ' f -----vv---'----'-v---v--v--v--fv----- -::::::::::::::::::::::QQ::":.-::0: Complimcntf of "BUY YOUR CARS AT B 81 V THE BEST CARS YOU EVER DID SEE" Fayette County National Bank GRADY WHITLOCK "Oldest Bank in Fayette County' 200 South Oakwood Ave- Fayetteville, West Virginia 504 Neville St. Phone 7751 Beckley West Virginia Complfments 0 THE LAWYERS OF FAVETTEV ILLE BELLE FURNITURE CO INC TOM S TOASTED PEANUTS Oak Hill Beckley West Virvmia Beckley Ansted 'H 1 . , . 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