Fuquay Springs High School - Greenbriar Yearbook (Fuquay Springs, NC)
- Class of 1948
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FUQUAY SPRINGS HIGH SCHOOL Page Two The Senior Class ol FUQUAY SPRINGS HIGH SCHOOL ‘P ' tedent Ronald Tilley .. Charles Ashworth .. Betty Joyce Talley Elizabeth Cole Stack . Editor .... Business Manager Advertising Manager .. Advisor rage Three Our annual is the story of a year spent at the Fuquay Springs High School. It is a record of students, events, and fond memories of life as we lived it in 1948. The annual is divided into five parts: Adminis¬ tration and faculty, classes, grammar school, organ¬ izations, and features. Page hour bedicatioM. To OUR BELOVED PRINCIPAL Through the years you have been our devoted principal and teacher, our loyal friend, and our exemplar of truth, courage, and fortitude. Your inspiration to each of us we carry in our hearts. We thank you, Mr. W. E. Fleming. 9+t MemosUam Dr. James Mahlon Judd Doctor, Educator, Friend “Whose life was an inspiration Whose memory is a benediction” Page Six ADMINISTRATION Mr. W. E. Fleming Page Eight Mrs. Dorothy Spence Arnold, A.B., Flora Macdonald, English; Francelle Barden, A.B., East Caro¬ lina Teachers College, Physical Education; Willard O. Council, North Carolina State College, Phys¬ ical Education; Mrs. Ralph Jarrett, Jr., A.B., Meredith College, Home Economics; R. E. Hendrick, A. B., College of Commerce, Bowling Green, Ky., Commercial; Mrs. Hugh Holcomb, Jr., A. B., Wake Forest College, Science; Fred L. Hunt, B.S., North Carolina State College, Agriculture; Hilda Lee, B. M., Flora Macdonald, Music; Lucy Perkinson, A.B., Meredith College, English; Eleanor Souther¬ land, A.B., Flora Macdonald, Math; Mrs. Paul Stack, A.B., Greensboro College, Social Science; Mrs. James Taylor, Jr., B.M., Appalachian State Teacher’s College, Music. NOT PHOTOGRAPHED Mrs. James Davis III, A.B., East Carolina Teacher’s College, Physical Education; Mrs. Robert L. Rabb, B.S., Queens College. Page Nine f CUSSES ' leadin ' , ' utin ' , ' utUmiiic Ronald Tilley Vice-President Marvin Dickens President Joyce Adcock Secretary Peggy Jeffries Treasurer Betty Joyce Talley Reporter Jennings Jarrett Jimmy Williams Page Twelve EVELYN JOYCE ADCOCK Variety Show 3, 4; Monogram Club 3; Beta Club 4; Tour of Washington 3; Girl’s State 3; Editorial Staff of Greenbriar; Superlative 4 (Most Popular); Won Popularity contest 4; Piano 1, 2, 3, 4; Voice 2, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Secretary of Senior Class; Treasurer of Junior Class; President of F.H.A. 4; Vice President of F.H.A. 3. CHARLES THEODORE ASHWORTH Beta Club 3, 4; Band 3, 4; Cheer Leader 2, 3, 4; Class President 3; Variety Show 3, 4; Busi¬ ness Manager of Greenbriar 4; Journalistic Club 2; Monogram Club 3; Glee Club 2, 3; Sports Editor 2, 3; Football Manager 3; Tour of Washington 3; Vice-President of Beta Club 3; Superlative (Most Popular). PHILLIP RAY BALL Beta Club 3, 4; Variety Show 3, 4; Tour of Washington 3; Editorial Staff of Greenbriar 4; Journalistic Club 2. DORIS ROSE BARBOUR Beta Club 3, 4; Dramatics Club 2; Monogram Club 3; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 4; Superlative (Most Atheletic). MARY IRENE BECKWITH Glee Club 1, 2; F.H.A. 2, 3. VALINDIA ROSE BENNETT Beta Club 3, 4; Marshall 3; Assistant Secret¬ ary of Beta Club 4; Advertising Staff of Green¬ briar 4. JOHN ROBERT BYRD Band 1, 4. TOM CALLIS Page Thirteen WILLIE BELLE CATES F.H.A. 1, 2; Beta Club 3, 4; Variety Show 4. ELVIN WAYNE CAVINESS F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice President of F.F.A. Club 4; Monogram Club 3; Football 3, 4; Co-captain of football team 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Base¬ ball 3, 4; Sports Editor of Greenbriar 4. JAMES ROBERT CHAPPELL Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Monogram Club 3; F.F.A. Club 3; DOUGLAS CURL Monogram Club 3; F.F.A. Club 1. 2, 3, 4: Trea¬ surer of F. F. A. Club 2; Vice President of F.F.A. Club 3; Secretary of F.F.A. Club 4; Variety Show 4; Tour of Washington 3; F.F.A. White Lake Camp 1, 2, 3. MARVIN DAVID DICKENS President F.F.A. Club 3; Treasurer F.F.A. Club 2: F.F.A. White Lake Camp 1. 2, 3; President of Class 4. EDNA GRAY FERRELL President of Freshman girls: F.H.A. Club 1, 2. 3: Secretary-Treasurer of F.H.A. 1; Basket¬ ball 2, 3, 4; Beta Club 3, 4: Tour of Washington 3: Monogram Club 3; Marshall 3; Literary Editor of Greenbriar 4; Superlative (Most Intellectual); Treasurer of Student Council. ETHEL MARIE FISH Vice President of Sophomore Class; F.H.A. Club 1, 2; Beta Club 3, 4; Variety Show 3; Marshall 3; Advertising Staff of Greenbriar 4; Tour of Washington 3. R. L. FISH l’agc Fourteen JANET FORESTER FRAZIER Beta Club 4; Advertising Staff of Greenbriar 4; Journalistic Club 2. CLARA DEAN GARRETT F.H.A. Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Mono¬ gram Club 3; Librarian 4: Basketball 3 4- Advertising Staff of Greenbriar 4; Girl’s State 3. ROY LAWRENCE HAIRE Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Captain of Basketball team 2; Co-captain of Basketball team 3; Captain of Football team 2; F.F.A. Club 1. 2, 3, 4; Reporter of F.F. A.; Vice-President of Senior Class 4; Mono¬ gram Club 3. CALVIN T. HARWARD VARA LEE HAYES F.H.A. 1, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 3. WILLIE LEE HESTER Football 2, 3. 4; Baseball 3, 4; F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Variety Show 3, 4. PEGGY JOYCE JEFFERIES Beta Club 3, 4; F.H.A. 2, 3; Variety Show 3, 4; Dramatics Club 1; Winner of Popularity Contest 3; Treasurer of Senior Class 4: Super¬ lative (Most Attractive); Tour of Washington 3. CHARLES FRANKLIN JONES Basketball 3, 4; Co-captain of Basketball team 4; Football 3, 4; Monogram Club 3; Baseball 4; Variety Show 3, 4. Page Fifteen CHARLES HALL JONES F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 3, 4; Baseball 4: Football 3, 4; Manager of all sports 5. BONNIE BARBARA LEE Glee Club 1, 2: F.H.A. Club 1, 2: Basketball 2, 3; Manager of girl’s team 4; Variety Show 3; President Girl’s Class 2; Monogram Club 3; Secretary of Class 3; Secretary of Monogram Club 3; Editorial Staff of Greenbriar 4; Super¬ lative (Most Original). LOUISE PEARCE Glee Club 3. 2; F.H.A. Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Beta Club 3. 4; Monogram Club 3; Tour of Wash¬ ington 3: Basketball 3. 4; Advertising Staff of Greenbriar 4; Librarian 4. WILLIAM GARLAND RANSDELL F.F.A. 1, 2; Beta Club 3, 4; Treasurer of Beta Club 4: Basketball 3, 4; Variety Show 3, 4; Tour of Washington 3. BILL I. ROWLAND F.F.A. Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 3, 4; Editorial Staff of Greenbriar 4; Parliamentary Procedure Contest 4. DEWEY H. ROWLAND Beta Club 3. 4; F.F.A. Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 3, 4; Vice President of F. F. A. 2; Art Staff of Greenbriar 4. MILDRED LOUISE SASSE Cheer Leader 4; Dramatics Club 1; Beta Club 3, 4 ; F.H.A. Club 2, 3, 4; Tour of Washington 3; Basketball 3: Variety Show 3, 4; Art Staff of Greenbriar; Librarian 3. BETTY JANE SHERRON F.H.A. Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 3, 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Secretary of Girl’s Class 2; Tour of Washington 3; Advertising Staff of Green¬ briar 4; Girl’s State 3. I ' ayc SLvtecn MELBA ROSE SMITH s s Glee Club 1, 2; F.H.A. 1, 2. RUFUS GERALD SMITH F.F.A. Club 1, 2; Beta Club 3, 4; Variety Show 3, 4. BETTY JOYCE TALLEY Beta Club 3, 4; President of Beta Club 4; F.H. A. Club 2, 3, 4: President of F.H.A. Club 3; Class Reporter 4;Basketball 2, 3, 4; Girl’s State 3; Superlative (Best All Around). DAVID RONALD TILLEY Beta Club 3, 4;Variety Show 3, 4; Editor of Greenbriar 4; Sports Editor 2, 3; Tour of Washington 3; Band 3, 4: Journalistic Club 2; Monogram Club 3; Beta Club Reporter 4; Marshall 3. JOYCE TUNSTALL F.H.A. Club 1, 2, 3. 4: Glee Club 1. 2; Variety Show 3, 4; Tour of Washington 3; Advertising Staff of Greenbriar 4. PAUL MILLARD TUTOR Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Monogram Club 3; Basketball 4. DOUGLAS EDWIN UPCHURCH F.F.A. Club 1, 2, 3, 4. I ROY CLEVELAND UPCHURCH F.F.A. Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 3; Monogram 3. Page Seventeen LACY WAYNE WALTERS J Football 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3; E.F.A. Club 1; Beta Club 3, 4; White Lake Camp 1; Mono¬ gram Club 3. JESSIE RUTH WEEKS F.H.A. Club 1, 2; Advertising Staff of Green- briar 4. WILLIE RAY WILKES F.F.A. Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2. E. S. WILSON F.F.A. Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4. JOHN LEE WILSON F.F.A. Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 2. 3, 4: Co¬ captain of football 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Mono¬ gram Club 3; Superlative (Most Original). RUBY GREY WOODLIEF Glee Club 1. 2; F.H.A. Club 1, 2; President of Science Club 1; Soft Ball 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3, 4. STEPHEN LeROY VEASEY F.F.A. Club 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2; Variety Show 4; Art Staff of Greenbriar 4. Page Eighteen Srutnr (ElasH IltHtnry Green Freshmen? That is exactly what we were when we entered Fuquay High School in 1944, when tires weren’t just a souvenir. The highlight of this year was Civics under Miss Litaker. The year was gone before we realized it, but it revealed to us a promising future. The next year, 1945, we felt we had attained great dignity because we rose to the rank of Sophomore—which being translated means “wise fool.” This year the P.T.A. sponsored a popularity contest which was won by one of our members, Betty Joyce Talley. In ’46 we began to take part in various activities. The Andrew Sisters—Charles Ashworth, Van Wagstaff, and Gerald Smith—highlighted the Variety Show which was sponsored by the Juniors under Mrs. Rollins to raise money for the Junior-Senior Banquet and Dance. Peggy Jeffries from our class won the Popularity Contest. For class officers we elected Charles Ashworth, president, Elvin Caviness, vice-president, Bonnie Lee, secretary, and Joyce Adcock, treasurer. Although our junior year was very eventful, the senior year was even more so. The president this year was Marvin Dickens. For the first time since 1928 we had a high-school annual. Our football team was undefeated. The Variety Show directed by Betty Talley, Willie Lee Hester, and Bonnie Lee and sponsored by Mrs. Stack and Mrs. Peck, was a great success. The outstanding performers from our class were Ronald Tilley, master of ceremonies; Willie Lee Hester, impersonator; Dewey Rowland, (“blues” singer); the Andrew Sisters—Charles Ashworth, Dale Tilley, and Gerald Smith; the Ink Spots—Louise Pearce, Joyce Adcock, Ethel Fish, and Willie Belle Cates; the chorus girls—Lacy Walters, E. S. Wilson, Marvin Dickens, Douglas Curl, Willie Wilkes, and LeRoy Veasy; and Carmen Mirandar, Mildred Sasse. The winner of the Popularity Contest this year was Joyce Adcock. Charles “Blackie” Jones was the heartthrob of all girls. Charles “Red” “Mortimer” Jones was the capable manager of our basketball team. Cheerleaders from our class this year were Charles Ashworth, head cheerleader, and Mildred Sasse, assistant. The Student Council was introduced this year and from our class Bonnie Lee was elected president; Edna Ferrell, treasurer; Clara Garrett, Betty Jane Sherron, Charles “Blackie” Jones and Lacy Walters our representatives. Our senior play, directed by Miss Perkinson, was a great success. It is with fond memories that we leave our beloved school where we have spent the four happiest years of our lives. Page Nineteen u n J L Philip Ransdell Treasurer Linda Blalock Secretary Roy B. Talley President Shirley Ragan Vice-President Page Twenty-One Watson Adcock Hoyte Arnold Doris Austin Grace Averette Taylor Bennett Linda Blalock Edwin Bowling Mary Royal Callis Dewey Chappell Joe Chappell Barbara Dones Willie Grace Dones Winstead Dove Vernon Evans Jack Faucette Sara Ellen Fish Royal Garner Billie Mae Griffis Linwood Griffis Curtis Gunter Frances Haddock Mary Ann Harvell Alma Hill Royster Holland Jewel Honeycutt Grace Jones Ralph Keith Billy Kesler Hazel Kinton Thomas Lloyd Page Twenty-Two I Esther Mae Love Billie Jean Miller Cecil Oliver Violet Sue Overby Rachel Page Frank Pleasant Glenn Poe Patricia Prince Shirley Ragan Floyd Ragsdale Philip Ransdell Marie Rogers Clarence Rollins Joe Satterfield Earnshaw Seagroves Durane Sherman Earlie Stephenson Linden Stephenson Dewitt Strickland Roy B. Talley Bobby Thomas Barbara Tilley Dale Tilley Rupert Vaughn Lottie Walker Peggy Walker Helen Weaver La Rue West Tom Wood Page Tiventy-Tliree SOP Jack Guthrie President Stewart Adcock Waverly Akins Charlie Arrington Bennett Barker Frederick Bethune Bobby Blalock Walter Lee Carter Velton Champion Leon Coates Eugene Cook Curtis Cotton Billy Joe Dickens Herbert Dickens J. B. Faucette Charles Fish Jack Guthrie Sam Holloway Wiley Howard Elton Jones Furman Matthews Billy Myatt Anna Stephens Anna Clark Carolyn Haire Vice-President Secretary Treasurer j ASS ROLL Leon Pearce Billy Powell Lindsey Puryear Roy Rambeaut Harry Rowland J. K. Sherron Ralph Smith Wiley Stephenson Bobby Upchurch Mary Elizabeth Adams Josephine Avent Melba Barbour Theresa Blalock Sue Caviness Ann Clark Grace Crabtree Emma Dupree Mary Frances Dupree Peggy Fish Erma Gentry Virginia Gregory Rozelle Griffin Carolyn Haire Gracie Harward Joyce Holland Emmaree Holleman Thelma Ivey Beverly Matthews Joyce Mills Alice Faye Morton Clara O’Neal Runell Pierce Gaynell Powell Helen Satterfield Doris Smith Magdaline Smith Melba Smith Anna Stephens Vernell Wagstaff Frances Wells Frances Wilson Mary Rose Womble Inez Young Page Twenty-Four Miss Southerland ' s Home Room Mrs. Arnold ' s Home Room Pane Twenty-Five Donald Wagstaff President Cecil Abernathy Bennie Adcock Morris Adcock Walter Aiken Ralph Ashworth Marvin Barbour Erwin Cates J. B. Currin Jackie Duke Frederick Fish Charles Garrison Donald Hicks Billy Jones Bobby Jones Tommy Keith Maynard Lloyd Richard Mangum Raymond Mason Cleo Miller Sherrill Moore Charles Norris Shirlowe Powell Bobby Prince Mack Proctor F. D. Ragan Billy Ragsdale Byron Ransdell Charles Roundy Douglas Rowland Richard Smith Gather Snipes Ben Stephenson Billy Stephenson D J Laura Lee Parrish Vice-President Charles Norris Secretary Ralph Ashworth Treasurer Eldridge Stephenson Harry Stephenson Billy Thomas Jimmy Tilley Donald Wagstaff E. B. Walters Douglas Weathers William Weathers Branson Wilkerson Bobby Wilson Charles Wilson Benny Jo Wood Billy Veasey Annie Lou Adams Daphne Adams Nell Adcock Betty Jean Austin Mary Alice Baker Jo Ann Blalock Luzene Champion Emma Lou Chappell Mary Frances Coley Betty Sue Dark Jewel Davis Joan Dean Marjorie Lou Denning Emogene Dupree Jacqueline Everett Ruby Harvell Virginia Lee Henderson Beulah Jane Hester Julia Holmes Ruth Horton Sarah Ivey Margie Dale Johnson Joyce Jones Rebecca Jones Chello Keith Nancy Kesler Betty Jewel King Laura Lee Kinton Frances Lawrence Christine McGee Ann Loue Mize Estelle Oglesby Gaynell Padgette Laura Lee Parrish Ezda Rae Partin Joan Powell Jean Pritchett Lela Rambeaut Betty Jo Rowland Lois Rowland Dorothy Senter Valeria Sbearon Annie L. Sherron Joyce Smith Betsy Stephenson Janet Stephenson Pauline Stephenson Sara Walters Margie Walton Betty Weatherspoon Betty Lou Wells Katie Mae Wortham Doris Young Sarah Van Hook Page Twenty-Six Mrs. Davis ' Home Room Mrs. Stack ' s Home Room Page Twenty-Seven « ►,!» tpfMh ELEMENTARY S May Adams, B.S., Woman’s College, University of North Carolina, Oxford College; Seventh. Mrs. John W. Allison, B.S., Appalachian State Teachers College; First. Mrs. Margaret Barrett, A.B., Woman’s College, University of North Carolina; First. Mrs. W. K. Boatenreiter, A.B., Lenoir Rhyne, First. Jacksie Daniels, A.B., Atlantic Christian College; Fifth. May Rosa Fleming, B.A., Flora Macdonald College; Third. Mrs. Lucile Haddock, A.B., Duke University; Eighth. Mrs. R. E. Hendrick, A.B., Meredith College, Third and Fourth. Mrs. Marjorie W. Holland, A.B., East Carolina Teachers College; Fourth. Mrs. Myrtle Scholl Hopson, A.B., Woman’s College, University of North Carolina; Fifth. Mrs. Boyette Johnson, A.B., Meredith College; Fourth. Mrs. Lillian Kohliss, Peace College, New England Conservatory under Marguerite Ruggles in Piano and Voice. Mrs. James E. May, A.B., University of North Carolina; Sixth. Mrs. Elizabeth Hicks McCrary, A.B., University of North Carolina; Seventh. Mrs. Nelle Bargh Peck, Northern Illinois State Teachers; Eighth. Mrs. Katie H. Ragan, B.A., East Carolina Teachers College; Sixth. Mrs. Draper Rhodes, B.S.M., Woman’s College, University of North Carolina; Second. Mrs. Mary Dunn Whisnant, East Carolina Teachers College, Peabody College; Second. Mrs. S. A. Yancey, Ph.B., Elon College; Third. Page Tivcnty-Xine ilililili Mrs. Haddock ' s Eighth Grade Mrs. Peck ' s Eighth Grade Page Thirty Miss Adams ' Seventh Grade Mrs. McCrary ' s Seventh Grade Page Thirty-One Mrs. May ' s Sixth Grade Mrs. Ragan ' s Sixth Grade l y age Thirty-Two Miss Daniels ' Fifth Grade Mrs. Hobson ' s Fifth Grade Page Thirty-Three Mrs. Johnson ' s Fourth Grade Mrs. Holland ' s Fourth Grade Page Thirty-Four Mrs. Hendrick ' s Third Fourth Grades 8 _ . | Zr jm, ff ' ■ Ei-i ■ . k Jt Miss Fleming ' s Third Grade rage Thirty-Five Mrs. Rhodes ' Second Grade Page Thirty-Six Mrs. Whisnant ' s Second Grade Mrs. Allison ' s First Grade Page Thirty-Seven Mrs. Barrett ' s First Grade Mrs. Boatenreiter ' s First Grade Page Thirty-Eight SIUDtNT COUN j Left to right, first row: Joe Chappell, Bonnie Lee; Second row: Anne Clark, Edna Ferrell, F. D. Ragan; Third row: Jo Anne Blalock, Daphne Adams, Philip Ransclell, Wiley Howard, Leon Pearce, Ralph Ashworth, Lacy Walters; Fourth row: Dale Tilley, Marie Rogers, Willie Grace Dones, Clara Garrett, Melba Barbara, Melba Smith, Maynard Lloyd, Charles F. Jones. The Student Council, newly organized this year, credited itself with capable leaders. The officers were: Bonnie Lee. President Joe Chappell . Vice President Anne Clark . Secretary Edna Ferrell . Treasurer F. D. Ragan. Sergeant-at-Arms The projects for this year were: Improving the buildings and grounds, f ixing a baseball field, and getting a free period after lunch. Especial appreciation goes to Mr. W. E. Fleming for his splendid leadership. Page Forty Left to right, first row: Willie Belle Cates, Mildred Sasse, Linda Blalock, Janet Frazier, Curtis Gunter, Frances Haddock, Edna Ferrell, Joyce Adcock, Patricia Prince; Second row: Roy B. Talley, Betty Jane Sherron, Peggy Jeffries, Doris Barbour, Ethel Fish, Yalindia Bennett, Philip Ransdell; Third row: Glenn Poe, Louise Pearce, Lacy Walters, Betty Joyce Talley, Charles Ash¬ worth, Marie Rogers, Bobby Thomas, Shirley Ragan, Ronald Tilley; Fourth row: Mr. W. E. Flem¬ ing, Principal; Garland Ransdell, R. L. Fish, Barbara Dones, Billy Kesler, Olivia Sherron, Gerald Smith, Miss Lucy Perkinson, Sponsor. Not photographed: Joe Chappell, Dewey Chappell, Dewey Roland. The Beta Club is a national organization consisting of members selected on the basis of achievement, character, and leadership. The club, under its constitution, strives to raise the standards of the school and the classroom. The officers elected for this year were the following: Betty Joyce Talley, president; Shirley Ragan, vice-president; Linda Lou Blalock, secretary; Gar¬ land Ransdell, treasurer. The Beta Club has an annual initiation of the new members by the old. The initiates are required to follow the instructions of the old members the entire day of initia¬ tion. Many humerous situations arise. In 1946, the Beta Club took a trip to Washington, D. C. They visited all the places of in¬ terest and had a very enjoyable trip. Every year the Beta Club has a convention. As many dele¬ gates as possible may attend. The convention was held in Raleigh at the Sir Walter Hotel this year. Many of our members attended the two-day convention and enjoyed it very much. Each year the Beta Club adopts a project for the betterment of the school. The project this year was to dedicate to the school a speaker’s stand and to obtain letters for the curtain on the stage. No sketch of the National Beta Club would be complete without mention of their able and devoted sponsor, Miss Perkinson, who has done so much to make the club of 1947-48 a success and to start the new members on an honorable course. Page Forty-One u HEFNMIAR STAFF As work on the 1948 Greenbrier draws to a close, we, the annual staff are grateful for the opportunity of having worked on this, the first yearbook to be published by the Fuquay Springs High School since 1928. We feel that we have gained a world of valuable experience through our work. Our thanks go out to Mr. W. E. Fleming whose patience, understanding, and ad¬ vice have been indispensable to us, to the merchants of Fuquay and Varina who have so fully cooperated with us that we did not have to go outside of this community to secure the advertising necessary to finance this book, to all the teachers of the elemen¬ tary and high schools, to Dr. and Mrs. Cozart for the use of their home in photograph¬ ing our superlatives, and to the family of the late Dr. J. M. Judd. We are deeply indebted to Mrs. Paul N. Stack, our advisor. Mrs. Stack has given generously of her time and energy for the completion of this annual, and in doing so, has inspired the respect and affection of her students. Publishing this yearbook has meant headache after headache, and we have eaten, slept, and gone to class thinking about it. Still, it’s been a lot of fun and we have come through beautifully. Hoping that you will enjoy it half as much as we enjoyed working on it, we, with extreme pleasure, present to you—The 1948 Greenbrier. Vage Forty-Two ftlAL STAFF Sitting, left to right: Mildred Sasse, Edna Ferrell, Ronald Tilley, editor; Mrs. Stack, advisor; Bonnie Lee, Mary Frances Haddock; Standing: Willie Lee Hester, Billy Kesler, Elvin Caviness, Garland Ransdell, Joyce Adcock, Dale Tilley, Valinda Bennett, Charles F, Jones, Glenn Poe, R. L. Fish, Phillip Ball, and Bobby Thomas. Sitting, left to right: Bill Rowland, Dewey Rowland, Betty Jane Sherron, Ethel Fish, Charles Ashworth, Business Manager; Betty Joyce Talley, advertising manager; Joyce Tunstall, Marie Rogers, and Janet Frazier; Standing: Grace Averette, Louise Pearce, Ralph Keith, Clara Garrett and Gerald Smith. Page Forty-Three THE FUME HOMEMAKERS The purposes of the club are: To promote a growing appreciation of the joys and satisfac¬ tions of homemaking and to emphasize the importance of worthy home membership, to encour¬ age democracy in home and community life, to work for good home and family life for all, to promote inter-national good will, to foster the development of creative leadership in home and community life, to provide wholesome individual and group recreation and to further interest in home economics. Each year the club selects three projects, a school, a community, and a department. The club honors their Mothers and Fathers at a banquet once during the year. The club officers are: President . Joyce Adcock Vice-president .Willie Grace Dones Secretary .Nell Adcock Treasury .Louise Pearce Social Chairman .Grace Jones Project Chairman .Betty Jane Sherron Parliamentarian .Betty Talley Program Chairman .Vara Hayes Year Book Chairman .Jean Pritchett Song Leader .Louise Pearce Reporter .Carolyn Haire Historian .Vernell Wagstaff ★ ★ ★ Honorary Member .Winifred Stephenson Club Mothers —Mrs. J. C. Adcock, Mrs. Albert Chappell and Mrs. Lynwood Stephenson Pape Forty-Four One of the most active organizations in the school this year has been the F. F. A. Club. The purpose of this organization is: To promote vocational agriculture in North Caro¬ lina schools, to promote leadership and scholarship, to promote a better school and com¬ munity spirit, and business principles in farming. During the year 1947-48, under the leadership of the club’s capable adviser, Mr. F. L. Hunt, the local chapter took first place in the county parliamentary procedure contest and the tool identification contest, won seven ribbons in the county fat calf show, and took third place in the district corn contest. Watson Adcock, the most outstanding member of the year, won $80.00 in prize money for raising the best corn of any vocational agriculture student in Wake County. Officers elected for the year were: Frank Pleasant, President; Elvin Caviness, Vice- president; Douglas Curl, Secretary; Joe Chappell, Treasurer; Jack Faucette, Reporter. Page Forty-Five n Standing: Mr. W. E. Fleming, Principal; Charles H. Jones, Manager; Willie Lee Hester, Jack Faucette, Billy Joe Dickens, Watson Adcock, Paul Tutor, Donald Wagstaff. Herbert Dickens, Joe Chappell, Charles Fish, J. B. Faucette, Mr. W. O. Council, Coach; Kneeling: Elvin Cavi- ness, Floyd Ragsdell, Winstead Dove, John Lee Wilson, Charles F. Jones, Ralph Smith, Leon Pearce, Jack Gutherie, Clarence Rollins, Roy Haire. Not photographed: Dr. John Palmer Elliott, Trainer. Faye Forty-Six Coach W. 0. Council uncovered his Fuquay football products for the first time against Cathedral Latin on September 26. The Falcons won a 24-0 victory and proved that they were headed for a successful season. The following week the Wake Forest Deacons invaded the Falcons stronghold, only to be overwhelmingly defeated 38-6. The game was costly to Fuquay in that Willie Lee Hester, one of their most valuable backs, was seriously injured for the entire season. The real test for the Falcons came on October 10, when they journeyed to Angier to meet their greatest rivals. The Fuquay team scored in the first and second quarters to de¬ feat Angier 12-6. Everything but the kitchen sink was thrown at the Falcons the next week at Apex by the Yellow Jackets in one of Fuquay’s toughest games. Final score, Fuquay 7, Apex 0. One week later the Falcons invaded Garner where they defeated the Blue Jackets 38-0. Herbert and Billy Joe Dickens ran wild as they scored five of the six touchdowns. Fuquay won its sixth straight victory the following week by swamping Cary 39-0. Her¬ bert Dickens, Charles Jones, and Jack Faucette, ran over one touchdown each. Roy Haire took three touchdown passes from Faucette and one from Jones. Paul Tutor kicked the three extra points. The Falcons next victory came the following Friday when they toppled the Erwin High School team 7-0. A week later Fuquay broke through its last possible barrier to an undefeated season by once more winning over Angier, this time 26-0. The Falcons in their victorious season scored 190 points against only 12 by their oppo¬ nents. Wake Forest and Angier scored 6 points each. These linemen have been outstanding for Fuquay: Watson Adcock, Jack Guthrie, Leon Pearce, John Wilson, Winstead Dove, Donald Wagstaff, Joe Chappell, Floyd Ragsdell, Clar¬ ence Rollins, Ralph Smith, and F. D. Ragan. The outstanding backs were: AVillie Lee Hester, Herbert Dickens, Elvin Caviness, Jack Faucette, Billy Joe Dickens, Paul Tutor, and Charles 1’. Jones. Page Forty-Seven GOY ' S BASMTBALL First row, left to right: Charles F. Jones, Bobby Chappell, Roy Haire, Jack Faucette, Elvin Caviness; Second row: Joe Chappell, Durane Sherman, Dale Tilley, Floyd Ragsdell, Paul Tutor; Third row: Charles H. Jones, Manager; Roy B. Talley. GIRL ' S BASKETBALL First row, left to right: Doris Barbour, Joyce Adcock, Clara Garrett, Barbara Ann Tilley, Sara Vanhook, Edna Ferrell; Second row: Bonnie Lee, Manager; Louise Pearce, Barbara Dones, Carolyn Haire, Runell Pearce; Third row: Grace Jones, Joyce Jones, Sara Walters. Page Forty-Eight WE OASERA FUUtMy fV(WAY First row, left to right: Willie Lee Hester, Charles H. Jones, Jack Faucette, Elvin Caviness, Bobby Chappell: Second row: Roy Haire, Donald Wagstaff, Velton Champion, Paul Tutor; Third row: Philip Ransdell, John Lee Wilson. Garland Ransdell, E. S. Wilson. SPORE SNAPS Page Forty-Nine 1 J EERLEADERS Left to right: Grace Averette, Mildred Sasse, Charles Ashworth, Chief; Alma Hill, Laura Parrish. Daphene Adams, Majorette; Charles Ashworth, Portia Mitchell, Robert Haddock, Oscar Stephen¬ son, Ronald Tilley, Mack Proctor, William Weathers, Lewis Lane, Lawrence Lane, Glenn Poe, Harry Stephenson, John Byrd, Billy Stephenson. Page Fifty i|ilSlilililil|l|lilHi!iE FEATURES B Betty Joyce Talley, Willie Lee Hester Page Fifty-Two MOST IN A Edna Ferrell, R. L. Fish, Jr. Page Filly-Three I M Joyce Adcock, Charles Ashworth Page Fifty-Four Bonnie Lee, John Lee Wilson Page Fifty-Five MOST A Doris Barbour, Elvin Caviness Page Fifty-Six MOSI AFTRACTIVt Peggy Jeffries, Charles Jones Page Fifty-Seven “When you think of SMART ladies apparel, think of DUNN’S. will take particular care and pride in serving my home town friends.” Ida Mae Talley Dunn Smart Things for Smart Women 117% Fayetteville Street Over McAn—Adjoining Ambassador Congratulations and Best Wishes TO THE CLASS OF ’48 FROZEN FOOD LOCKERS “For the Finest in Foods” COMMUNITY FROZEN FOODS LOCKER LOCKERS, COLD STORAGE, PROCESSING, MEAT CURING “Fuquay-Varina’s Shopping Center” WEAVER ' S Gifts of Distinction Costume Jewelry Keepsake Diamonds Art-Carved Diamonds Bulova Watches Elgin Watches Delta Pearls Parker Pens National Sterling Community Silverplate 1847 Roger Bros. Silver Picture Frames Luggage YOUR FRIENDLY JEWELERS Fuquay Springs, N. C. Compliments of BANK OF VARINA THOMAS J. BRIDGES Contractor PLUMBING AND HEATING Fuquay Springs, N. C. G. R. Wells C. M. Matthews WELLS-MATTHEWS MOTOR COMPANY DODGE and PLYMOUTH CARS DODGE TRUCKS Fuquay Springs, N. C. FUQUAY MOTOR COMPANY — FORDS — Genuine Ford Parts and Service Best Place For Neiv and Used Curs FUQUAY SPRINGS, N. C. HOLLAND ' S GENERAL REPAIR SHOP Holland Bros., Props. Repairs to Any Car, Truck, Tractor or Power Unit ELECTRIC AND ACETYLENE WELDING Phone 216-W FUQUAY SPRINGS, N. C. Compliments of FUQUAY-VARINA FLOUR 4 FEED MILLS Flour — Feed — Corn Meal VARINA, N. C. Telephone 157 LYNWOOD I. STEPHENSON Wholesales CANDIES, CONFECTIONS, TOBACCOS DRUGS AND CARDED GOODS Fuquay-Varina, N. C. Phone 117-R DIXIE ELECTRIC APPLIANCES UNIVERSAL PHILCO ZENITH Stoves Refrigerators Radio Washing Machines Freezer Lockers F M Cleaners and Water Heaters A M Jesse W. Jones, Owner Compliments of THE INDEPENDENT “Your Hometown Newspaper” Todd H. Caldwell, Publisher ASHWORTH ' S GULF SERVICE WASHING — LUBRICATION — POLISHING U. S. Royal Tires Quaker State and Gulf Pride Motor Oils Tom Ashworth, Prop. Phone 64-W R. E. Aiken Hoke C. Powell FUQUAY FURNITURE COMPANY The Home of Fine Furniture Phone 69R FUQUAY SPRINGS, N. C. J. W. DALE J. L. DICKENS J. W. DALE INSURANCE AGENCY ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE AND BONDS “It Pays to be AZtna-ized” Box 312 — Phone 11R Fuquay Springs, N. C. “SHOP AND SAVE’’ THE GROCERTERIA GROCERIES Phone 205R MEATS W. C. Stuart, Manager L. A. Mudge, Mgr. R. E. Prince, Pres. P. K. Honeycutt, Asst. Mgr. PRINCE. MUDGE and POWELL “COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE” Phone 122 Fuquay Springs, N. C. B. B. MARKET Julius H. Baker M. G. Brooks, Jr. MEATS GROCERIES PRODUCE Seafoods Poultry Phone 88-R FUQUAY SPRINGS, N. C. FIRESTONE HOME AND AUTO SUPPLIES Tires, Tubes, and Batteries TIRES RECAPPED JOHNSON ' S TIRE SERVICE Euquay Springs, N. C. Phone 69-W Stacy W. Wade, Pres. Louis M. Wade, Sec’y-Treas. DURHAM-DUNN BUS COMPANY “The Short Route” FUQUAY SPRINGS, N. C. Box 400 Telephone 145 IRMA LEE SHOPPE Ladies’ Ready-to-Wear and Accessories Holly Springs, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Gattman, Props. Admiral and Admiral Stewart-Warner Refrigerators Radios VARINA FURNITURE COMPANY ADMIRAL AND UNIVERSAL APPLIANCES Varina, N. C. Phone 45 EDUCATION AND BANKING ARE VITAL TO OUR NATION’S ECONOMY We bank on the students of our schools and invite you to bank with us. BANK OF FUQUAY 39 Years of Service Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE Home and Auto Supplies FUQUAY SPRINGS, N. C. Phone 144-R E. Nash Shaw Home-Owned VARINA KNITTING COMPANY Manufacturers of LADIES AND MEN’S SEAMLESS HOSIERS HAROLD E. PARKER HOT POINT ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES G.E. RADIOS Phone 66-J VARINA, N. C. Compliments of STANDARD HOME COMPANY PUQUAY-VARINA, N. C. ADAMS CONCRETE PRODUCTS CO. Manufacturers of CONCRETE CINDER BLOCKS — CULVERTS STEEL AND ALUMINUM WINDOWS “Superior Quality, Safe and Satisfactory” On 15A, 2 Miles North of Varina, N. C. PHONE 219-W “The Store of Personal Service” JOHNSON ' S DRUG STORE REXALL DRUGS FUQUAY SPRINGS, N. C. Woodrow Johnson, Prop. Phone 109 MITCHELL CHEVROLET COMPANY Sales — Service FUQUAY — VARINA — ANGIER J. M. MITCHELL, Prop. PHONE: Fuquay 200 ELLIOTT ' S PHARMACY “Thirty Four Years Drug Service” Phone 24 Fuquay Springs, N. C. WHITMAN’S CHOCOLATES — PENSLAR REMEDIES A. G. Elliott Sr. A. G. Elliott Jr. “Home of World’s Best Hamburger” H 4 H GRILL SANDWICHES, STEAKS, CHICKEN l 2 Miles North of Fuquay-Varina CURB SERVICE ON 15-A COMPLETE LINE OF VARIETY MERCHANDISE also DRY GOODS AND SHOES FOR ENTIRE FAMILY POPE ' S 5c - $5.00 STORES Fuquay Springs, N. C. TOBAGO Your Friem Sell ' tyaun. S i zcc TALLEY BROS. VARINA PLANTERS 1 b 2 FARMERS 1 b 1 A. R. Talley George W. Adcock W. M. Talley R. B. Talley Carlie Adams R. H. Barbour S. T. Proctor Joe W. Stephenson ) MARKETS ily Home Market t ' tyo-u’i (?Aacce " ZiJa ' icAau eman NEW DEAL 1, 2, 3, Cr 4 CENTRAL 1 2 King Roberts King Parks Pert Smith W. F. Rogers P. L. " Buddy " Cambell ACME CLEANERS C. B. Barefoot, Prop. PHONE 15 FUQUAY SPRINGS, N. C. QUALITY SERVICE PLUS DEPENDABILITY NEW DEAL GARAGE B. C. Tilly, Owner Willys-Jeep Sales and Service GENERAL REPAIRING ON ALL CARS Night Phone 27-R, Day Phone 27-W FUQUAY SPRINGS, N. C. KESLER ' S READY-TO-WEAR Dry Goods—Notions and Shoes The Home of Quality Wearinr; Apparel FUQUAY SPRINGS, N. C. ASHWORTH ' S Compliments Men and Boys Furnishing GRIFFON SUITS of Chesterfield and Dobbs Hats BROWN TOBACCO CO. Florsheim and Peters Shoes SCHOOL SPORTWEAR INC. Fuquay Springs, N. C. Box 404 Telephone. 223-R TILLEY and MATTHEWS Compliments Phone 199-W SEEDS — FEEDS of FERTILIZERS Farm Implements BALLENTINE ' S OIL BURNERS and DAIRY STOKERS Box 82 Fuquay Springs, N. C. Phone 72 Phone 10 WELLS ' MEADOWS TIRE Cr ACCESSORY STORE L. P. Wells, Proprietor SERVICE STATION Goodyear Tires—Auto Supplies Esso Products SINCLAIR PRODUCTS FUQUAY SPRINGS, N. C. Wholesale and Retail MARTIN ' S JEWELER WATCH REPAIR VARINA Watches, Diamonds and Silver Fuquay Springs, N. C. REAVE S SHOE SHOP FOR THE REST IN GROCERIES “We Specialize in Individual Soles’’ FUQUAY SPRINGS, N. C. and FOR THE FRESHEST FEEDS — SEEDS — FERTILIZERS A IN MEATS Jk Dealer Agent VARINA FARMERS EXCHANGE ROY F. BURT, Manager Phone 133 Varina, N.C. Patronize POE ' S GROCERY Varina, N. C. Washing Polishing Greasing ARMSTRONG Cr BROOKS Bob Armstrong, Manager Atlantic Gas, Tires and Accessories Phone 149 Fuquay Springs, N. C. VARINA CLEANING CO. “GROWING BIGGER by SERVING BETTER " Phone 89-R Varina, N. C. Phone 26 STEPHENS SUPPLY CO. VARINA SUPPLY CO. Wholesale and Retail Dupont Paints—Hardware—Building DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, SHOES Supplies—Farm Implements HEAVY AND FANCY GROCERIES FEEDS and SEEDS VARINA, N. C. Hay, Feed and Fertilizer Branch Stores: Stephens Hdwe. Co., Coats, N. C. VARINA, N. C. Stephens Hdwe. Co., Wendell, N. C. Gas-Oil-Tires Auto Accessories BALLENTINE GILBERT B. F. SCHOLL The Reasonable Price FUNERAL DIRECTOR General Merchandise First Class Ambulance and Hearse VARINA, N. C. SERVICE Day or Night Phone 186 Phone 14-J FUQUAY SPRINGS, N. C. CAROLINA FEED CO. I’hone 44 HAY, GRAIN, FEED BRADLEY LUMBER CO. SEED COAL Manufacturer of Fuquay-Varina, N. C. AIR DRIED LUMBER Rough and Dressed Phone 9 FUQUAY SPRINGS, N. C. Compliments of N. F. RANSDELL Attorney at Law Compliments of NORTH STATE TOBACCO COMPANY FIVE POINTS SERVICE STATION STEPHENSON AND GRILL ESSO PRODUCTS Greasing and Groceries TAILORING SHOP TAILOR MADE SUITS CHICKEN — STEAKS CHOPS SANDWICHES 2 Miles North of Fuquay on 15-A Mens and Ladies Alterations Fuquay Springs, N. C. 0. S. McCauley, Jr. G. W. Scott FUQUAY PAINT Cr BODY TWIN CITY LAUNDRY SHOP AND CLEANERS Allen Smith, Proprietor As Good As the Best .... Painting and Body Repairing Superior to the Rest Cars - Trucks - Trailers Phone 199-R Phone 237-J FUQUAY SPRINGS, N. C. Fuquay Springs, N. C. CLARK ' S ESSO FUEL CO. ESSO PRODUCTS, QUALITY COAL C. B. Clark, Prop. PARKER ' S FURNITURE Harold E. Parker, Prop. Fuquay Springs, N. C. VARINA, N. C. PHONE 7-R J. I. CASE TRACTORS AND IMPLEMENTS Economy Sprayers, Smithway Stokers, Kelvinator, General Electric, Philco Appliances, Carolina Oil Curers, Duo-Therm Oil Heaters, Furniture PROCTOR-BARBOUR COMPANY, INC. WHOLESALE RETAIL HARDWARE FARM EQUIPMENT Fuquay Springs, N. C. “It Pays to Look Well” Number ONE for Beauty SANITARY BARBER The L. Cr E. Beauty Shopee SHOP Mrs. Lucille Jackson Mrs. Edna Hester C. B. Barefoot Phone 107 Telephone 1 Fuquay Springs, N. C. POWELL JONES HARDWARE Compliments ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES of BUILDING MATERIALS PAINTS and OILS ARMY NAVY STORE Fuquay Springs, N. C. L. R. Smith J. H. Smith POWELL AND HARDEE SMITH ' S ESSO SHOES, DRY GOODS and NOTIONS Atlas Tires Batteries and Accessories Fuquay Springs, N. C. Washing and Greasing VARINA, N. C. PHONE 202 1. J. WILSON ' S GROCERY — FEED GAS — OIL One Mile North Varina Highway 55 LANIER ' S AMOCO SERVICE HOOD TIRES and TUBES EDISON BATTERIES WASHING and GREASING Milton C. Lanier Phone 204 Paints and Oils - Builder’s Tools VARINA GARAGE FUQUAY-VARINA AND MACHINE CO. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Hardware — Building Material INC. Farming Implements Harry H. Averette, James P. Weaver “Your Friendly Tobacco Market” VARINA, N. C. W. (. BETHUNE INSURANCE Agent for SMITH-DOUGLASS FERTILIZER COMPANY JEFFERSON STANDARD LIFE INSURANCE HAIL — AUTO — CASUALTY — FIRE — THEFT INSURANCE OF ALL KIND Phone 216-R Fuquay Springs, N. C. TWIN CITY CAB COMPANY FOR PROMPT. COURTEOUS AND DEPENDABLE SERVICE DIAL 82 - ALWAYS READY - FUQUAY-VARINA, N. C. Your photographers must have a skilled organization which will maintain highest standards of quality and render intelligent service with friendly cooperation. We invite your inquiries and hope that we may serve you W00TIEN-M0ULT0N PHOTOGRAPHERS Studios at CHAPEL HILL and NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA Inlaid Linoleum — Asphalt Tile — Rubber Tile — Steel Wall Tile MANGUM ' S TILE 6. LINOLEUM (0. KENNETH V. MANGUM, Proprietor " FLEXALUM " VENETIAN BLINDS Phone 125-R Varina, N, C. THOMAS ' DRUG STORE Compliments VARINA, N. C. of Reliable Prescriptions L. BRUCE GUNTER Modern Lountain Service PHONE 48 BYRD ' S FLOWER SHOP PLEASE PATRONIZE Flowers for All Occasions OUR PHONE 163-W ADVERTISERS Fuquay-Varina, N. C. 1 J I , 9nc. Presents this Annual To Staff and Student Body, an illustration of the ‘‘Dist inctive Printing that is Economy.” It is hoped that as the years go by, that a FULL MEASURE OF APPRECIATION OF THE WORK OF THE STAFF AND THE COMPANY, WILL DEVELOP IN THE MINDS OF THOSE WHO READ THIS BOOK AND THAT IT WILL KEEP ALIVE THE PLEASANT MEMORIES OF SCHOOL DAYS AND CLASSMATES. DISTINCTIVE PRINTING IS ECONOMY RALEIGH. NORTH CAROLINA
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