Fuquay Springs High School - Greenbriar Yearbook (Fuquay Springs, NC)

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V -■ - ■ ' v ' f. ■ 7 t950 Published By The Senior Class of Fuquay Springs High School FUQUAY SPRINGS HIGH SCHOOL Page Two Page Three ' Dedication As she has dedicated her years to teaching and guiding us We THE SENIOR CLASS dedicate our 1950 GREENBR1AR to MISS MAY ADAMS. Her loving kindness, her congeniality, and her keen interest in people have helped to make our years here at Fuquay Springs School both profitable and enjoyable. Page Four Miss May Adams Page Five It is with great pride that the Seniors of Fuquav High present The 1950 Greenbriar. We have endeavored to present to you, the student body, a history of your school days from the golden September of 1949 to the blossoming May of 1950. The annual is divided into five parts: Administration and Faculty, Classes, Grammar School, Organ¬ izations, and Features. Page Six AN EVERYDAY OCCURRENCE Page Seven PRINCIPAL Mr. W. E. Fleming SCHOOL BOARD Left to Right: Mr. L. B. Gunter, Mrs. H. J. Stephens, Dr. W. S. Cozart, Mr. H. E. Wilkerson, and Dr G. B. Judd. Page Eight HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY Mrs. Dorothy Spence Arnold, A.B., Flora MacDonald; English; Advisor, Hi-Times. Ruth Carroll, B.S., East Carolina Teachers College; Commercial; School Treasurer. Willard O. Council, North Carolina State College; Physical Education; Coach, Baseball, Basketball, and Foot¬ ball. Fred L. Hunt, B.S., North Carolina State College; Agriculture; Advisor, F.F.A. Mrs. Ralph Jarrett, Jr., A.B., Meredith College; Home Economics; Advi sor, F.H.A. Rageline McGranahan, B.S., East Carolina Teachers College; Mathematics; Social Science. Lucy Perkinson, A.B., Meredith College; English; Advisor, Beta Club; Advisor, French Club. Mrs. Hilda Lee Sentcr, B.M., Flora MacDonald; Music. Eleanor Southerland, A. B., Flora MacDonald; Mathematics; Librarian; Advisor, Book Club. Mrs. Paul N. Stack, A.B., Greensboro College; Social Science; Advisor, Greenbriar; Advisor, I.R.C. Joseph T. Weede. Jr., B.S., Wake Forest College; Physical Education; Assistant Coach, Baseball. Basketball, and Football. Mrs. Lois Allen Yelton, B.S., Mars Hill College, Limestone Coll cgc; Science; Advisor, Civics Club. Page Nine Page Ten CLASSES i SPLITTING THE ATOM??? Pape Eleven SENIOR CUSS OFFICERS Left to Right: Watson Adcock, President; Anne Clark, Secretary; Herbert Dickens, Vice-President; Virginia Gregory, Treasurer, MASCOTS Gloria Nell Powell Thomas James Bullock Page Twelve SENIOR CLASS MARY ELIZABETH ADAMS Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Basketball Manager 3; Book Club 3, 4; President of Book Club 3; Beta Club 3, 4; Latin Club 3; Tour of Washington 1; Tour of Williamsburg 3; Mar¬ shal 2; Music 1; Librarian 4; Superlative (Most Intellectual). DAVID WATSON ADCOCK F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Football Co- Captain 3; President of Senior Class; Superla¬ tive (Most Attractive). JAMES STEWART ADCOCK F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; White Lake Camp 2, 3, 4; Band 3; Marshal 3; Vice-President of Junior Class; French Club 4. WAVERLY FRANCIS AKINS Football 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Monogram Club 3, 4; French Club 4; Editorial Staff of Green- briar 4. JAMES HOYTE ARNOLD F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. CAROLYN ODELLE ASHWORTH Assistant Librarian 4; Editorial Staff of Green- briar 4. MELBA FRANCES BARBOUR Glee Club 1; Student Council Representative 2; Book Club 3, 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Latin Club 3; Tour of Williamsburg 3; Assistant Advertising Manager of Greenbriar 4; Librarian 4. RICHARD BENNETT BARKER F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Page Thirteen SENIOR CLASS WILLIAM FREDERICK BETHUNE Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 3; Junior Play; Book Club 3; I.R.C. 4; French Club 4; Editorial Staff of Greenbriar 4. THERESA MAE BLALOCK Secretary of Junior Class; Junior Play; Edi¬ torial Staff of Greenbriar 4; Superlative (Most Attractive). WALTER LEE CARTER F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Fuquay Four Notes (Quartet) 4. SUE BULLOCK CAVINESS Glee Club 1, 3, 4; F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Parliamenta¬ rian of F.H.A. 3; Yearbook Chairman of F.H.A. 4; Tour of Williamsburg 3; I.R.C. 4; Librarian 4; Operetta 4; Advertising Staff of Greenbriar 4. VELTON MONROE CHAMPION Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; I.R.C. 4; Basketball 4; Adver¬ tising Staff of Greenbriar 4; Superlative (Most Original). ANNE JOHNSON CLARK F.H.A. 1, 2; Glee Club 3; Class Secretary 2, 4; Student Council Secretary 2; Beta Club 3, 4; Vice-President of Beta Club 3; Editor of Hi- Times 3; Student Council Vice-President 3; Junior Play; Girls’ State 3; Advertising Staff of Greenbriar 3; Editor of Greenbriar 4; President of Book Club 4; Operetta 4; Marshal 3; Superla¬ tive (Best All Around). EUGENE MELZOR COOKE Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Fuquay Four Notes (Quar¬ tet) 3, 4; I.R.C. 4; Editorial Staff of Greenbriar 4. CHARLES CURTISS GOTTEN Basketball 3; Baseball 3, 4; Monogram Club 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; French Club 4; Editorial Staff of Greenbriar 4. Page Fourteen SENIOR CUSS HERBERT WAYNE DICKENS Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Football Captain 3, 4; Mono¬ gram Club 1; Basketball 3; French Club 4; Vice- President of Senior Class. ALBERT WINSTEAD DOVE F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3: F.F.A. Oration 1, 2, 3; F.F.A. State Oration 3; F.F.A. Camp 2; Conservation Oration 1, 2, 3; F.F.A. President 3; World Peace Oration 2, 3; Glee Club 3; French Club 4. JOHN BENNETT FAUCETTE F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; White Lake Camp 1, 2, 3; F.F.A. President 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4. CHARLES RUFUS FISH F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; F.F.A. Secretary 4; Ritual and Parliamentary Procedure 4; Football 2, 3, 4; White Lake Camp 2, 3, 4; Band 3; Advertising Staff of Greenbriar 4. PEGGY RUTH FISH Glee Club 1; F.H.A. 1, 2, 3; Librarian 1, 2; Student Council 3; Beta Club 3, 4; Beta Club Convention 3; Junior Play; Advertising Staff of Greenbriar 4; I.R.C. 4; Superlative (Most Original). VIRGINIA MACY GREGORY Glee Club 1; Marshal for Junior Play; Treasurer of Senior Class; Editorial Staff of Greenbriar 4. LAUGHTON BRUCE GUNTER, JR. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Operetta 4; Book Club 4; Student Council 4; Editorial Staff of Greenbriar 4. JACK CARSON GUTHRIE Student Council President 4; Advertising Man¬ ager of Greenbriar 4; Class President 2; Foot¬ ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Junior Play; Glee Club 3; Operetta 4; Band 3, 4; Book Club 4; Monogram Club 3, 4; French Club 4; Variety Show 3; Popularity Contest 2. Page Fifteen SENIOR CUSS CAROLYN JEAN HAIRE F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; F.H.A. Reporter 2: F.H.A. Vice-President 3; F.H.A. President 4; Class Treasurer 2; Monogram Club 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Hi-Times Social Editor 3; Hi-Times Typing Editor 4; Junior Play; I.R.C. 4; Tour of Williamsburg 3; White Lake Camp 3; Advertis¬ ing Staff of Greenbriar 4; Basketball Captain 4; Superlative (Most Athletic). JOYCE IRENE HOLLAND Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 4; F.H.A. 2. EMMAREE HOLLEMAN Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; I.R.C. 4. IVEY CRAIG HOLLOWAY, JR. Tour of Washington 1; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Fuquay Four Notes (Quartet) 3, 4; President of Junior Class; Treasurer of Latin Club 3; Book Club 3, 4; Junior Play; Operetta 4; World Peace Oration 3, 4; Boys’ State 3; Business Manager of Greenbriar 4. WILEY PERRY HOWARD, III Glee Club 1. 2, 3, 4; Piano 1, 2, 3; Student Coun¬ cil 2; Secretary of Latin Club 3; Variety Show 3; Junior Play; Literary Editor of Hi-Times 3; Tour of Williamsburg 3; Boys’ State 3; Operetta 4; Librarian 4; World Peace Oration 3, 4; Assist¬ ant Editor of Greenbriar 4; Beta Club 3, 4; President of Beta Club 4; Typing Editor of Hi- Times 4; Superlative (Most Intellectual). BEVERLY ADE.LLE MATTHEWS Piano 1; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; F.H.A. 1, 2, 4; I.R.C. 4; Advertising Staff of Greenbriar 4. ALICE FAYE MORTON Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; I.R.C. 4; Junior Play. CLARA O’NEAL F.H.A. 1, 2; Beta Club 3, 4; Marshal for Junior Play; Assistant Librarian 4; Marshal for Oper¬ etta 4; Marshal for Glee Club 4; Tour of Wil¬ liamsburg 3. Pay a Sixteen SENIOR CLASS LEON MACON PEARCE F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; F.F.A. Secretary 3; F.F.A. Vice- President 4; Ritual and Parliamentary Proce¬ dure 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Football Co-Captain 4; Baseball 3, 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Sergeant-At-Arms of Student Council 4; Advertising Staff of Greenbriar 4; Junior Play; Best-Lineman Trophy 3; White Lake Camp 2, 3, 4; Carolina Farmer Degree 3; Delegate to State F.F.A. Convention 3. FLOYD CHARLES RAGSDALE Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2; French Club 4; Editorial Staff of Greenbriar 4. HARRY CORNELIUS ROWLAND F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; F.F.A. Treasurer 3; Ritual and Parliamentary Procedure 3, 4; Football 4; Base¬ ball 3, 4; Advertising Staff of Greenbriar 4; 100 Bushel Corn Club 2; Delegate to State F.F.A. Convention 3; White Lake Camp 1, 3, 4. HELEN JOYCE SATTERFIELD Glee Club 2, 3, 4; French Club 4; Advertising Staff of Greenbriar 4. DURANE USRY SHERMAN F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; F.F.A. Reporter 1; Glee Club 1; Class President 1; Basketball 2, 3; Baseball 3: Football Manager 3; Advertising Staff of Green¬ briar 3; Football Program Manager 4; Jayvees Basketball Coach 4; Superlative (Best All Around). JIM KEMP SHERRON F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; White Lake Camp 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Co-Captain of Football 4. RONALD HOMER SHERRON F.F.A. 1; F.F.A. Secretary 1; Glee Club 1, 2: Student Council 1, 2; Librarian 1, 2; Vice-Presi¬ dent of Class 1, 2; Sports Editor of Star Spangler 1; Block Club 1, 2; Editor of Star Spangler 2; Football 3; Monogram Club 3; Presi¬ dent of Junior Class; Vice-President of Student Council 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Book Club 4. MELBA DELORES SMITH F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 3, 4; Librarian 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1, 4; Tour of Williams¬ burg 3; LR.C. 4; Operetta 4; Advertising Staff of Greenbriar 4. Page Seventeen SENIOR CLASS DORIS REBA SMITH Glee Club 2, 3; F.H.A. 2, 3; Librarian 4; Book Club 4; Latin Club 4; Advertising Staff of Greenbriar 4; Operetta 4. WILLIAM RALPH SMITH Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; F.F.A. 1, 2; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Advertising Staff of Greenbriar 4; Superlative (Most Athletic). ANNA ELIZABETH STEPHENS Piano 1, 2; Popularity Contest 2; Vice-President of Class 2; Glee Club 3; Junior Play; Girls’ State 3; Cheerleader 3, 4; Book Club 4: Adver¬ tising Staff of Greenbriar 4; Superlative (Most Popular). WILLIAM WILEY STEPHENSON F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Treas¬ urer of Junior Class; Treasurer of Student Council 4; Book Club 4; Advertising Staff of Greenbriar 4. DONALD LEE WAGSTAFF Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Football Captain 1; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 2, 3; President of Fresh¬ man Class; Vice-President of Sophomore Class: Glee Club 3; Popularity Contest 4; Superlative (Most Attractive). DEWEY DOUGLAS WEATHERS Football 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball Captain 4; Glee Club 2, 3; Superlative (Most Popular). MARY ROSE WOMBLE Tour of Washintgon 1; F.H.A. 1; Glee Club 3; Reporter of Junior Class; Student Council 3; Book Club 3, 4; Cheerleader 4; Popularity Con¬ test 4; Operetta 4; Advertising Staff of Green¬ briar 4. NOT PHOTOGRAPHED SIDNEY ADAMS FISH F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. JAMES ROY RHAMBEAU F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Page Eighteen SENIOR CUSS HISTORY Confused Green Freshmen! There was no other description for us when we entered Fuquay High School in 1946. We found it very difficult adjusting ourselves to the ways and regulations of high school. Soon the year had passed, and we had climbed one step in the ladder of our high school career. As sophomores we began to enter into the school activities with a greater zeal. Jack Guthrie was chosen the president of our group. A memorable part of this year was bio¬ logy under Mrs. Holcomb. The Student Council was organized, and from our class Anne Clark was elected secretary; Melba Barbour, Melba Smith, Wiley Howard, and Leon Pearce, our representatives. d hen came the happy, fleeting days of our junior year, 4 his year was filled to the brim. Sam Holloway was elected our class president and served in an efficient way throughout the year. Our junior play, ‘For Pete’s Sake”, was a great success. The highlight of this year was the Junior-Senior Banquet, which was the first to be given in our new cafeteria. Some students in the school went to Williamsburg. Those from our class who went were Mary Elizabeth Adams, Clara O’Neal, Melba Barbour, Alice Faye Morton, Sue Caviness, Melba Smith, Carolyn Haire, and Wiley Howard. For the first time since 1945, we published a school paper, Hi Times. From our class Anne Clark, Carolyn Haire, and Wiley Howard served on the staff. Those attending Boys’ State and Girls’ State were Sam Holloway, Wiley Howard, Anna Stephens and Anne Clark. Seniors, at last! Our homeroom teachers were Miss Lucy Perkinson and Mrs. Paul N. Stack. Watson Adcock was elected president of the class. Jack Guthrie was president of the Student Council, and Melba Smith and Bruce Gunter represented our class. Our foot¬ ball team, which was one of the best yet, won the county championship. The senior class was well represented on the squad by sixteen members. Our basketball team also honor¬ ed the school with a county championship. Our Christmas Party stands out as one of the brightest spots of the year. Under the leadership of Miss Lucy Perkinson, our Senior play, “Mother Is a Freshman”, was a success. As we look back over our high school days,we remember our many happy experiences that we have enjoyed together. It is with many regrets that we realize our school days are drawing to a close. And now, the senior class of 1950 bids to you, dear ole Fuquay High, a fond “Farewell.” Page Nineteen JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Left to Right: Maynard Lloyd, President; Sara Van Hook, Vice-President; Nell Adcock, Secretary; Ralph Ashworth, 1 reasurer. Page Twenty JUNIOR CLASS CECIL ABERNATHY DAPHNE ADAMS NELL ADCOCK RALPH ASHWORTH MARY ALICE BAKER MARVIN BARBOUR JO ANN BLALOCK ERWIN CATES LUZENE CHAMPION EMMA LOU CHAPPELL MARY FRANCES COLEY JOE CURRIN BETTY SUE DARK JEWEL DAVIS BILLY JOE DICKENS I’nr r Twenty-One JUNIOR CUSS FREDERICK FISH RUBY HARVELL JANE HESTER DONALD HICKS JULIA HOLMES MARGIE JOHNSON JOYCE JONES REBECCA JONES TOMMY KEITH NANCY KESLER LORA LEE KINTON FRANCES LAWRENCE MAYNARD LLOYD RICHARD MANGUM ANN MIZE Page Twenty-Two JUNIOR CLASS HORACE MOORE BILLY MYATT CHARLES NORRIS ESTELLE OGLESBY GAYNELLE PADGETTE EZDA PARTIN JOAN POWELL JEAN PRITCHETT FRED RAGAN BYRON RANSDELL LELA MAE RHAMBEAUT CHARLES ROUNDY VALERIA SHEARON ANNIE LAURIE SHERRON JOYCE SMITH Pane Twenty-Three JUNIOR CLASS RICHARD SMITH BETSY STEPHENSON BILLY STEPHENSON HARRY STEPHENSON JANET STEPHENSON PAULINE STEPHENSON BILLY THOMAS JIMMY TILLEY SARA VAN HOOK E. B. WALTERS SARA WALTERS MARGIE WALTON WILLIAM WEATHERS BETTY WELLS BRANSON WILKERSON BOBBY WILSON DORIS YOUNG NOT PHOTOGRAPHED LINDSEY PURYEAR Paye Twenty-Four SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Left to Right: Tommy Howard, President; David Smith, Treasurer; Rachel Dickens, Vice-President; Betty Jo Beck, Secretary. Page Twenty-Five SOPHOMORE CLASS First Row: Frances Aiken, Willa Jean Akins, Deams Averette, Malisia Barbour, Betty Jo Beck, Bobbie Marie Betts. Second Row: Elsie Blalock, Joseph Bowling, Ben Burchette, Faydene Cooke, Willie Lee Crabtree, Jo Ann Dean. Third Row: Rachel Dickens, James Fish, Mary Elizabeth Fowler, Marie Henderson, Shirley Hol- land, Tommy Howard. Fourth Row: Betsy Johnson, Mary Joyce Jones, Rachel King, Lawrence Lane, Lewis Lane, Jimmy Lineberger. Fifth Row: R. B. Mason, Christine McGee, Portia, Mitchell, Frances Parrish, Frances Poe, Billy Ragsdale. Sixth Row: Jane Riley, Joyce Rogers, Charles Scholl, Wallace Sherron, David Smith, Waylon Smith, Libby Walker. Par e Twenty-Six FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Left to Right: Peggy Kesler, President; Nancy Cooke, Vice-President; Ben Bennett, Treasurer; Eleanor Clark, Secretary. Twenty-Seven FRESHMAN CLASS First Row: Maxine Adams, Rhuteen Adams, Brantley Adcock, Virginia Aiken, Ben Bennett, Delphia Carter, Eleanor Clark. Second Row: Frances Clark, Betty Coats, Thomas Coats, Nancy Cooke, Patricia Cotten, Emo- gean Dean, Shirley Duke. Third Roto: Peggy Guthrie, Robert Haddock, Allie Mae Hester, Ernestine Holle- ntan, Wayland Honeycutt, Martha Harriet Jones, Pearl Jones. Fourth Row: Geraldine Keith, Peggy Kesler, Louise Lee, Roy Morton, Betty Jo Myatt, Jean Mvatt, Jimmy Norris. Fifth Row: Charles Parker, Bobby Pass- more, Gloria Pearce, Glenn Powell, Anna Margaret Prince, Carolyn Pritchett, Helena Rowland. Sixth Row: Jeannette Saunders, Shirley Sherron, Barbara Smith, Jcel Smith, Melba Smith, Mickey Smith, Doris Stephen¬ son. Seventh Row: Frances Stephenson, Gerry Stephenson, Jimmy Stephenson, Barbara Thomas, Nancy Tilley, Gailya Upchurch, Emma Gean Walker. Eighth Row: Patsy Walters, Bobby Wells, Joyce Young. Page Twenty-Eight THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL . . . . FUN AND FROLIC . Page Twenty-Nine UK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL FACULTY May Adams, B.S., Womans College, University of North Carolina, Oxford College; Seventh. Sarah L. Aiken. Meredith and Peace College; Music. Mrs. Dennis Arnold, Meredith and Appalachian State Teachers College; Seventh. Mrs. Margaret Barrett, A.B., Womans College, University of North Carolina; First. Mrs. Ruth Winslow Cole, A.B., East Carolina Teachers College; First. Jacksie Daniel, A.B., Atlantic Christian College; Fifth. Mrs. Sara Stephenson Dupree, A.B., East Carolina Teachers College; Fourth. Mrs. Lucille Haddock, A.B., Duke University; Eighth. Mrs. Myrtle Scholl Hopson, A.B., Womans College, University of North Carolina; Fifth. Mrs. Boyette Johnson, A.B., Meredith College; Fourth. Mrs. James E. May, A.B., University of North Carolina; Sixth. Mrs. Nelle Bargh Peck, B.E., Northern Illinois State Teachers College; Eighth. Mrs. Draper Rhodes, B.S.M., Womans College, University of North Carolina; Second. Elise Rhyne, A.B., Meredith College, University of North Carolina; Second. Mrs. Kate Johnson Russum, A.B., East Carolina Teachers College; Third. Mrs. A. B. Starnes, Weaver College, W. Carolina Teachers College; Queens College: Third and Fourth. Mrs. Margaret Maynard Swartz, East Carolina Teachers College; First. Mrs. Johnsie Tatum, Lenoir Rhyne; Sixth. Mrs. Mary Dunn Whisnant, East Carolina Teachers College, Peabody College; Second. Mrs. S. A. Yancey, Ph.B., Elon College; Third. Page Thirty ELEMENTARY SCHOOL MRS. HADDOCK’S EIGHTH GRADE MRS. PECK’S EIGHTH GRADE MISS ADAMS’ SEVENTH GRADE Page Thirty-One ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Page Thirty-Two MRS. ARNOLD’S SEVENTH GRADE MRS. MAY’S SIXTH GRADE MRS. TATUM’S SIXTH GRADE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL MISS DANIEL ' S FIFTH GRADE MRS. HOPSON’S FIFTH GRADE MRS. DUPREE’S FOURTH GRADE Pat e Thirty-Three ELEMENTARY SCHOOL MRS. JOHNSON’S FOURTH GRADE MRS. STARNES’ THIRD AND FOURTH GRADE MRS. RUSSUM’S THIRD GRADE Page Thirty-Four ELEMEHTARV SCHOOL MRS. YANCEY’S THIRD GRADE MRS. RHODES’ SECOND GRADE MISS RHYNE’S SECOND GRADE Page Thirty-Five ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Page Thirty Six MRS. WHISNANT’S SECOND GRADE MRS. BARRETT’S FIRST GRADE MRS. COLE’S FIRST GRADE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL MRS. SWARTZ’S FIRST GRADE Page Thirty-Seven Page Thirty-Eight ORGANIZATIONS CLASSES ARE OVER Page Thirty-Nine GREENBRIAR STAFF “The work is over . . . the fun begins.” After months of hard work and long hours, we, the annual staff, are happy to present to you the 1950 edition of The Greenbriar. We have endeavored to make this a book that you will prize and cherish for many years. It would be impossible to thank everyone who has made our annual possible, but we would like to thank Mr. W. E Fleming for his patient guidance and advice, the merchants of Fuquav-Varina and Willow Springs for their complete co-operation in helping with our advertising, the elemen¬ tary teachers and high school teachers, and Mr. and Mrs. N. V. Prince for the use of their home in photographing our superlatives. We would like to express our gratitude to Mrs. Paul N. Stack, our sponsor, who has so freely given her time and advice which have led to the completion of this yearbook. Hoping that you will enjoy it almost as much as we did working on it, we present to you— The 1950 Greenbriar. Page Forty EDITORIAL STAFF Sitting, Left to Right: Odelle Ashworth, Alice Faye Morton, Mrs. Stack, Sponsor; Anne Clark, Editor; Wiley Howard, Assistant Editor; Theresa Blalock, Virginia Gregory. Standing: Daphne Adams, Ralph Ashworth, Floyd Rasgdale, Sara Van Hook, Waverly Akins, Bruce Gunter, Janet Stephenson, Frederick Bethune, Eu¬ gene Cooke, Charles Norris, Portia Mitchell. ADVERTISING STAFF Sitting, Left to Right: Doris Smith, Nell Adcock, Melba Barbour, Assistant Advertising Manager; Jack Guthrie, Advertising Manager; Sam Holloway, Busines s Manager; Melba Smith, Anna Stephens. Standing: Emmaree Holleman, Jane Riley, Beverly Matthews, Ralph Smith, Sue Caviness, Velton Champion, Helen Satterfield, William Stephenson, Mary Rose Womble, Harry Rowland, Peggy Fish, Leon Pearce, Jean Pritchett. Page Forty-One STUDENT COUNCIL Sitting, Left to Right: Janet Stephenson, William Stephenson, Portia Mitchell, Jack Guthrie, Daphne Adams, Leon Pearce, Melba Smith. Standing, Left to Right: Peggy Kesler, Tommy Howard, Fred Ragan, W. E. Fleming, Bruce Gunter, Roy Morton, Violet Howard. The Student Council, under the leadership of Mr. W. E. Fleming, has done much in helping the school this year. It is the purpose of each member of the Student Council to make Fuquay High School a better place to study, to work, and to play. This organization sponsored a program in which the grounds and all three buildings were kept clean. The officers are as follows: Jack Guthrie . Daphne Adams . Portia Mitchell. William Stephenson . Leon Pearce . . President .... Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer Sergeant-At-Arms Page Forty-Two BETA CLUB First Row, Left to Right: Wiley Howard, Daphne Adams, Jo Ann Blalock, Ralph Ashworth, Charles Norris, Miss Perkinson, Betty Lou Wells. Second Row: Maynard Lloyd, Ruby Harvell, Mary Alice Baker, Jewel Davis, Ezda Partin, Nancy Kesler, Emma Lou Chappell, Mary Elizabeth Adams. Third Row: Ann Mize, Leon Pearce, Clara O’Neal, Sara Van Hook, Julia Holmes, Peggy Fish, Bobby Wilson. Fourth Row: Melba Barbour, Ronald Sherron, Anne Clark, Janet Stephenson. The Beta Club is a national honor organization. The members are selected on a basis of achievement, character, and leadership. The projects which were adopted for this year were the following: assisting Mr. Fleming in the office, keeping the concession stand at basketball games, and presenting an operetta with the Book Club. Last year the club left a directory to the school. The annual two-day convention was held in March at the Sir Walter Hotel. Several of our members attended. The officers for this year were: Wiley Howard, President; Daphne Adams, Vice- President; Jo Ann Blalock, Secretary; Ralph Ashworth, Treasurer; Charles Norris, Reporter. Page Forty-Three HI-TIMES Sitting, Left to Right: Carolyn Haire, Theresa Blalock, Anne Clark, Daphne Adams, Mrs. Dorothy Arnold, Nancy Kesler, Sara Van Hook. Standing, Left to Right: Peggy Guthrie, Ralph Ashworth, Una Lou Mangum. Wiley Howard, Nancy Tilley, Jeannette Saunders. The Hi-Times this year set as its goal—more efficient coverage of school happen¬ ings and promoting a desire among the students to participate in school activities. As a contribution to the school, we left a gift of money to be used where the need for it arose. Editor-in-Chief .Daphne Adams Business Manager.Nancy Kesler Advisor ....Mrs. Elton Arnold Typing Editors.Wiley Howard, Carolyn Haire, Theresa Blalock Art Editor .Peggy Guthrie Sports Editor.Winstead Dove Literary Editor .Anne Clark Society Editor.Sara Van Hook Circulating Manager.Ralph Ashworth Joke Editor .Nancy Tilley Sophomore Editor.Una Mangum Freshman Editor.Jeannette Saunders Paye Forty-Four INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB First Row, Left to Right: Melba Smith, Sue Cavincss, Ralph Ashworth, Daphne Adams, Charles Norris, Nancy Kesler, Emmaree Holleman, Jack Guthrie. Second Row, Left to Right: Theresa Blalock, Carolyn Haire, Julia Holmes, Emma Lou Chappell, Mrs. Stack, Betty Sue Dark, Beverly Matthews, Peggy Fish, Alice Faye Morton. Third Row, Left to Right: Billy Joe Dickens, Eugene Cooke, Fredrick Bethune, Leon Pearce, Velton Champion, F. D. Ragan, E. B. Walters. LRENCH CLUB First Row, Left to Right: E. B. Walters, Nancy Kesler, Bet ty Wells, F. D. Ragan. Second Row, Left to Right: Daphne Adams, Betsy Stephenson, Julia Holmes, Jean Pritchett, Janet Stephenson, Mary Frances Coley, Polly Stephenson. Third Row, Left to Right: Frederick Fish, Billy Stephenson, Lindsey Puryear, Curtiss Cot- ten, Jack Guthrie, Charles Norris, Miss Perkinson. Fourth Row, Left to Right: Joe Ctirrin, Billy Myatt, Cecil Abernathy, Byron Ransdell. Page Forty-Five FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA President . Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer . Parliamentarian . Project Chairman . Social Chairman . Year Book Chairman Program Chairman ... Reporter . Historian . Song Leaders . .Carolyn Haire .....Nell Adcock .Mary Alice Baker .Portia Mitchell .Jo Ann Blalock .Jean Pritchett . ..Frances Poe . Sue Caviness .Jane Hester .Peggy Guthrie .Carolyn Pritchett Helen Rowland, Gloria Pearce CLUB HIGHLIGHTS National F.H.A. Week F.H.A. and F.F.A. Party Mother-Daughter—Father-Son Banquet Tour of Washington State Rally at Hugh Morson PROJECTS FOR 49-50 Beautification of School Grounds Wholesome Recreation for F.H.A. and F.F.A. Faye Forty-Six FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA President . Vice-President Secretary . Treasurer . Reporter . Advisor. Officers ...J. B. Faucette .-.Leon Pearce ....Charles Fish .Tommy Keith .-.Willie Lee Crabtree .Mr. F. L. Hunt The F.F.A. Club, under the leadership of Mr. F. L. Hunt, had a very successful year. Some of the outstanding accomplishments this year were: winning second place in the State Public Speaking Contest; winning first place in the Wake County Corn Contest; and having three members receiv¬ ing the Carolina Farmer Degree. Winstead Dove won second place in the State Speaking Contest. Branson Wilkerson produced 121 bushels of corn per acre, which was the largest amount grown by any boy in Wake County. The highest honor given to F.F.A. members in the state, the Carolina Farmer Degree, was given to Winstead Dove, Leon Pearce, and Joe Chappell. The projects for the chapter this year were improving the school grounds and the athletic field. Among the social activities were square dances and the annual Father-Son and Mother-Daughter Banquet given in co-operation with the .F. H. A. girls. Page Forty-Seven GLEE CLUB Mrs. William H. Peck, Director; Sara Van Hook, Accompanist; Willie Lee Crabtree and Jimmy Lineberger, Librarians. CIVICS CLUB First Row, Left to Right: Helen Rowland, Virginia Aiken, Peggy Guthrie, Jeannette Saunders, Golda Ferrell, Nancy Cooke, Sue Wood, Mrs. Yelton. Second Row, Left to Right: J. W. Mangum, Hoyle Guy, Emma Gean Walker, Dorothy Stephenson, Barbara Smith, Betty Jo Myatt, Ernestine Holleman, Doris Ann Sherian. Third Row, Left to Right: Roy Morton, Clarice Rowland, Patricia Cotten, Gailya Upchurch, Eloise Evans, Margaret Temple, Mary Ree Dickens, Frances Wood. Fourth Row, Left to Right: Hallic Guy, Rudolph Clay¬ ton, Shirley Lovette, Deams Averette, Louise Eakes, Bonnie Jean Gray, Anna Margaret Prince, Betty Jean Prince. Pac e Forty-Eight LATIN CLUB Left to Right, First Row: Mrs. Haddock, Carolyn Pritchett, Elsie Blalock, Barbara Thomas, Willa Jean Akins, Rachel King, Doris Smith. Left to Right, Second Row: Charles Parker, Caryle Page, Mickey Smith, Tommy Howard, Marshall Currin, Buddy Holland, Frances Parrish. Left to Right, Third Row: Peggy Kesler, Martha Harriet Jones, Frances Clark, Nancy Cooke, Jimmy Lineberger, Frances Stephenson, Portia Mitchell. Left to Right, Fourth Row: Nancy Tilley, Lawrence Lane, Betsy Johnson, Lewis Lane, Gaither Snipes. BOOK CLUB Silting, Left to Right: Jack Guthrie, Rebecca Jones, Miss Southerland, Nancy Kesler, Anne Clark, Janet Step¬ henson, Anna Stephens, Emma Lou Chappell, Mary Rose Womble. Left to Right, Second Row: Sara Van Hook, Sara Walters, Daphne Adams, Annie Laurie Sherron, Mary Elizabeth Adams, Luzene Champion, Jo Ann Blalock, Doris Smith, Ralph Ashworth, Joyce Jones. Left to Right, Standing, Third Row: Charles Norris, Harry Stephenson, Sam Holloway, Billy Stephenson, Ronald Sherron, William Stephenson, Jimmy Tilley. Page Forty-Nine FOOTBALL Standing: Jimmy Proctor, Manager; David Smith, Charles Wilson, James Fish, W. E. Fleming, Principal; Lewis Lane, W. O. Council, Coach; Joe Weede, Assistant-Coach; R. B. Mason, Wallace Sherron, Henry Lawrence, Billy Myatt, Donald Cotten, Manager. Kneeling: Douglas Weathers, J. B. Faucette, Charles Fish, Herbert Dickens, Watson Adcock, Billy Joe Dickens, Ralph Smith, Harry Rowland, Waverly Akins, Jack Guthrie, Donald Wagstaff, Leon Pearce, Tommy Keith, F. D. Ragan, J. K. Sherron, Floyd Ragsdale, E. B, Walters, Bobby Coats. Page Fifty FOOTBALL The Fuquay Falcons opened the 1949 season with Oxford on September 17. Fuquay bowed 12-0 to the strong Oxford eleven. The following week Cary invaded Fuquay only to be defeated 39-0. Herbert Dickens and Billy Joe Dickens were the star players in this game. The Falcons then journeyed to Edenton to tie the strong Aces 6-6. The following week Fuquay topped Angier, one of their greatest rivals, 28-0. For their next game, Fuquay went to Apex to defeat the big Apex team 13-0. Fuquay returned home for their next game to romp to a 57-0 victory over the Raleigh Junior Varsity. The Falcons continued their winning streak by topping Erwin 29-6. Playing in their newly-lighted stadium for the first time, Fuquay went down in defeat 18-7 to a strong Hillsboro team. On the next Friday, Fuquay met an undefeated Stedman team and squeezed out a 12-7 victory. With Billy Joe Dickens scoring all three touchdowns, Fuquay finished the season with a 21-6 win over Garner. Coach W. O. Council’s Falcons scored a total of 212 points to their opponents 61. The outstanding linemen for the Falcons this year were Leon Pearce, Ralph Smith, Douglas Weathers, J. K. Sherron, Watson Adcock, F. D. Ragan, Floyd Ragsdale, David Smith, Charles Fish, Jack Guthrie, Harry Rowland, and Waverly Akins. The outstanding backs were Billy Joe Dickens, Tommy Keith, Herbert Dickens, Donald Wag- staff, Charles Wilson, Curtiss Gotten, and J. B. Faucette. Billy Joe Dickens led the team in sco ring with 66 points. Ralph Smith broke an all-time punting record for Fuquay with a 43.7 average. He also made 20 out of 26 extra point attempts. Par e Fifty-One BOYS’ BASKETBALL TEAM First Row, Left to Right: Tommy Keith, J. K. Sherron, Douglas Weathers, Jimmy Tilley, Floyd Ragsdale, Waverly Akins. Second Row, Left to Right: Donald Cotten, Manager; Jerry Williams, Billy Myatt, Bruce Gunter ' , Charles Wilson, Ralph Smith, Velton Champion. Third Row, Left to Right: Mr. Wcede, Assistant Coach; Mr. Fleming, Principal; Mr. Council, Coach. Not Pictured, Ronald Sherron. Scores Through January 27th Fuquay Springs 40.Cathedral Latin 28.Apex . 28...Angier . 54.Boone Trail. 74.Green Hope . 38.Lillington . 30.Garner . 53.Bells . 43.Cary . 37.Bells . Opponents .16 .24 .31 .46 .21 ..33 .36 .35 .39 .39 WAKE COUNTY CHAMPIONS Page Fifty-Two GIRLS’ BASKETBALL TEAM First Row, Left to Right: Portia Mitchell, Sara Walters, Sara Van Hook, Carolyn Haire, Carolyn Pritchett, Barbara Thomas, Helen Rowland. Second Row, Left to Right: Janet Stephenson, Gloria Pearce, Shirley Hol¬ land, Joyce Jones, Daphne Adams, Peggy Guthrie, Shirley Holland. Third Row, Left to Right: Mr. Fleming, Principal; Mr. Council, Coach. Scores Through January 27th Fuquay Springs 46 .Cathedral Latin 47 .Apex . 33.Angier . 36 ..Boone Trail. 47 .Green Hope. 27.Lillington . 33.Garner . 48 .Bells . 37 .Cary. 33.Bells . 31.Garner . Opponents .32 .41 .38 ..43 .42 .31 .46 .39 .39 .35 .42 Page Fifty-Three CHEERLEADERS Left to Right: Libby Walker, Mary Rose Wornble, Anna Stephens, Ralph Ashworth, Daphne Adams, Elea¬ nor Clark. Not Photographed: Allen McLean. Page Fifty-Four FEATURES _OUR WONDERFUL SENIORS_ Page Fifty-Five BEST ALL AROUND Anne Clark, Durane Sherman Page Fifty-Six p llj§g MOST INTELLECTUAL Mary Elizabeth Adams, Wiley Howard Page Fifty-Seven MOST POPULAR Anna Stephens, Douglas Weathers Page Fifty-Eight MOST ORIGINAL Peggy Fish, Velton Champion Page Fifty-Nine in f MOST ATHLETIC Carolyn Haire, Ralph Smith Pape Sixty MOST ATTRACTIVE Theresa Blalock, Donald Wagstaff Page Sixty-One ENJOYING OUR LUNCH Page Sixty-Two A World of Fashion RALEIGH Over Thom McAn—Adj. Ambassador " Greetings and best wishes to my home town friends. When you think of SMART APPAREL, think of Dunn’s.” Ida Mae Talley Dunn THE FUQUAY MOTOR COMPANY YOUR FRIENDLY FORD DEALER FACTORY TRAINED MECHANICS • NEW CARS NEW TRUCKS DEPENDABLE USED CARS “Education is the Keynote to a Successful Life’’ 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 41 Years of Service CAPITAL and SURPLUS $300,000.00 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Compliments to CLASS of 1950 BANK OF VARINA A HOME BANK for HOME PEOPLE 3 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation VARINA, N. C. BALLENTI NE ' S DAIRY “Home of the Jersey Cow” • LACTIC ACID BUTTERMILK CHOCOLATE PASTEURIZED HOMOGENIZED RAW CREAM • Fuquay Springs, N. C. — PHONE 72- FOR THE BEST IN GROCERIES and FOR THE FRESHEST IN MEATS Patronize POE ' S GROCERY VARINA, N. C. TILLEY-MATTHEWS-MEDLIN SEEDS —FEEDS —PAINTS —FARM SUPPLIES STOKERS —OIL BURNERS MAYTAG APPLIANCES A. A. TILLEY LEO L. MATTHEWS WINFRED MEDLIN Fuquoy Springs, N. C. Phone 199-W CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF ' 50 “For the Finest in Foods” Lockers—Cold Storage—Processing—Meat Curing WOODWARD-ADAMS COMPANY Dealers In FERTILIZERS — NITRATE OF SODA TOBACCO FLUES — COTTONSEED MEAL Phone: Varina 5203 Night Phone: 5202 MITCHELL CHEVROLET COMPANY SALES — SERVICE Fuquay — Varina — Angier Your Chevrolet Dealer for 16 Years J. M. Mitchell, Prop. Phone Fuquay 200 “Home of World’s Best Hamburger” H H GRILL DINING AND DANCING Sandwiches, Steaks, Chicken, and Chops Flake Shakes 1 Vt. Miles North of Fuquay-Varina CURB SERVICE ON 15-A PHONE 232-R James A. Myatt, Prop. TALLEY BROS. PLANTERS FARMERS 1 A. R. Talley W. M. Talley R. B. Talley R. H. Barbour S. T. Proctor TOBACCO Your Friendly Seii ' fyoui 7odacco J. W. JONES, S VARINA BRICK SOUTH SIDE Carlie Adams Joe W. Stephenson MARKET Home Market !m 7fl vie oti4e HaH i:s Supervisor CENTRAL NEW DEAL 1 2 1, 2, 3, 4 King Roberts W. F. Rogers P. L. " Buddy " Campbell COMPLIMENTS of FUQUAY GROCERY Delicious Groceries Vegetables — Meats A FRIENDLY HOME OWNED STORE Free Delivery Phone 166-R MACK STEVENS COMPLIMENTS OF STANDARD HOMES COMPANY FUQUAY-VARINA, N. C. “The Store of Personal Service” JOHNSON ' S DRUG STORE REXALL DRUGS FUQUAY SPRINGS, N. C. Woodrow Johnson, Prop. Phone 109 ELLIOTT ' S PHARMACY “Thirty-six Years Drug Service” PHONE 24 Fuquay Springs, N. C. Whitman ' s Chocolates — Penslar Remedies Yardley Toiletries A. G. Elliott, Sr. A. G. Elliott, Jr. Fuquay Springs ' Newest and Most Complete Deportment Store Remember You Always Save at Belks The South’s Largest Distributors of Reliable Merchandise Hudson Belk Co. Fuquay Springs, N. C. ASHWORTH ' S Men’s and Boy’s Furnishings GRIFFON SUITS CHESTERFIELD and DOBBS HATS FLORSHEIM and PETERS SHOES VAN HUSEN SHIRTS and SPORTSWEAR WAKE BROADCASTING COMPANY WFVG ’’Watch Fuquay-Varina Grow’’ PHONE 333 Box 404 Fuquay Springs, N. C. Phone 223-R 1460kc Fuquay Springs, N. C. CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS Oliver ' s Jewelry Shop A. “Brink” Oliver, Owner Fuquay Springs, N. C. FUQUAY FLORIST Beauty Of Our Business Is Flowers owned and operated by " It Pays to Look Well” SANITARY BARBER SHOP Mrs. Douglas Powell Mrs. C. B. Clark Fuquay Springs, N. C. Phone 58-R Phone 107 C. B. Barefoot, Prop. Fuquay Springs, N. C. Compliments Compliments of of William B. Oliver Lawyer J. R. Edwards, Jr., D.D.S. Fuquay Springs, N. C. S. L. GRILL Home of Southern Cooking Steaks — Chicken — Chops Delicious Sandwiches — Milkshakes Open on Sunday Sfephens-Lloyd Hardware Co. Hardware — Farm Implements — Paints — Building Material Easy Washing Machines Frigidaire Electric A ppliances — Furniture Coleman Floor Heaters Phone 118 BYRD ' S FLOWER SHOP Compliments Flowers for All Occasions of PHONE 163-W Robert A. Cotten Attorney at Law Fuquay-Varina, N. C. Compliments to Twin City Laundry and Cleaners Fuquay Springs U-SAN-O High School Insured Mothproof Cleaning Glenn B. Judd, M.D. Fuquay Springs, N. C. PHONE 199-R O. S. McCauley, Jr. G. W. Scott Compliments of W. C. Bethune AGENT SMITH-DOUGLAS FERTILIZERS and INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS Tom Ashworth ' s Gulf Service Washing — Lubrication — Polishing U. S. Royal Tires Quaker State and Gulf Pride Motor Oils Road Service Wheel Balancing Phone 64-W Leon Smith SMITH ' S ESSO ATLAS TIRES Batteries and Accessories Washing and Greasing Varina, N. C. Phone 9202 Twin City Cream Center Homemade Ice Cream Thick Frosty Shakes PHONE 243 Victor Mills E. T. Burchette, Jr. LEE BROTHERS Men’s and Boy’s Clothing and Shoes DRY GOODS and NOTIONS Varina, N. C. Phone 180 Compliments of Stephens ' Grocery and Farm Supplies PHONE 5213 Willow Springs, N. C. " Congratulations " Nelson-Prince Company Jarman Shoes Carol King Dresses Wing’s Shirts Jolene Casuals Curlee Clothes Baby Department Your Dependable Store Compliments of THE INDEPENDENT “Your Hometown Neivspaper” Todd H. Caldwell, Publisher Compliments of MARTIN ' S JEWELERS Dealer Agent Varina Farmers Exchange Roy F. Burt, Manager Phone 133 Varina, N. C. LANIER ' S AMOCO SERVICE Goodyear and Amoco Tires Amoco Batteries and Delco Washing and Greasing Milton C. Lanier Phone 204 HENRY ' S EATS Pit-cooked Bar-B-Q Sandwiches of all Kinds We Specialize in Steaks—Chicken—Fish—Oysters Regular Dinners Fuquay-Varina, N. C. Pontiac “The Most Beautiful Thing On Wheels” Why Pay More? — Why Take Less? Wells Pontiac Company Fuquay Springs, N. C. Compliments of Gilbert and Suggs FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service — Day or Night Fuquay Springs, N. C. Phone 14-J Compliments of J. C. THOMAS JOHN C. ADCOCK ' S GROCERY Gas, General Merchandise GROCERY STORE Needmore, N. C. Wilbon, N. C. KESLER ' S Ready-to-Wear Powell ond Hardee Dry Goods, Notions, and Shoes Dry Goods and Notions Fuquay Springs, N. C, RED GOOSE SHOES High Quality Wearing Apparel for Ladies and Children Fuquay Springs, N. C. Compliments of Pope ' s 5c-$5.00 Stores G. R. Wells C. M. Matthews Wells-Matthews Motor Company DODGE and PLYMOUTH CARS DODGE TRUCKS WESTINGHOUSE APPLIANCES Fuquay Springs, N. C. CLARK ' S ESSO AND FUEL CO. Compliments Esso Products of Quality Coal Robert A. Cotten PHONE 100 Attorney at Law C. B. Clark REAVE ' S SHOE SHOP Compliments " We Specialize in Individual Soles’’ TO THE CLASS OF ’50 Puquay Springs, N. C. Dr. A. G. Crumpler Lynwood T. Stephenson Wholesale Candies, Confections, Tobaccos Drugs and Carded Goods Fuquay-Varina, N. C. Phone 117-R " Learn To Be Tolerant and Forgiving Toward All Others " w. s. Cozart Compliments Compliments of of THE GROCETERIA L. BRUCE GUNTER Compliments Four Way Service Station of Lee W. Tudor, Prop. DANIEL ' S GROCERY Groceries, Meats and Vegetables Grocery—Gas—Oil Atlantic Gas and Oil 1% Miles North of Varina — FEEDS — Highway 15-A Kennebec, N. C. Twin City Plumbing Company Norge Appliances Phone 216-W Fuquay-Varina, N. C. 1. W. Browning T. E. Godfrey K. Kannan Department Store Dry Goods—Notions — Shoes SPECIALS EVERY WEEKEND For Ladies, Men, and Children " GIVE US A TRY” ACME CLEANERS C. B. Barefoot, Prop. PHONE 15 Fuquay Springs, N. C. Quality Service ■—■ Plus Dependability B. 0. JOHNSON Wholesale Candies — Groceries — Tobaccos 333 S. Wilmington St. Phone 2-3975 RALEIGH, N. C. Varina Cleaning Company ‘‘Growing Bigger By Serving Better’ Cleaning — Pressing — Dyeing Varina, N. C. Phone 89-R BENNET ROWLAND Dealers in Armour’s and Smith-Douglas Fertilizers GROCERIES — HARDWARE Willow Springs, N. C. Western Auto Associate Store Home and Auto Supplies Fuquay Springs, N. C. PHONE 144-R Home-Owned E. Nash Shaw J. W. Dale J. L. Dickens J. W. Dale Insurance Agency All Forms of Insurance and Bonds “It Pays to Be Aetna-ized ” Box 312—Phone 11-R Fuquay Springs, N. C. Varina Furniture Company Admiral and Universal Appliances Varina, N. C. Phone 45 Adams Concrete Products Co. Manufacturers of Quality Concrete Products Concrete, Cinder Blocks and Culverts On 15A, 2 Miles North of Varina, N. C. Phone 219-W Baker Oil Company W. L. Baker, Prop. Wholesale Dealer: ESSO PRODUCTS Gasoline — Kerosene — Fuel Oil — Motor Oils — Greases FUQUAY SPRINGS, N. C. Ransdell Bros. Shoes and Clothing for Men and Boys Exclusive Adam Hat Agency Compliments of Brown Tobacco Company Inc. Bradley Lumber Company Manufacturer of Air Dried Lumber — Rough and Dressed Fuquay Springs, N. C. J. I. Case Tractors and Implements, Economy Sprayers, Smithway Stokers, General Electric, Hardware, Furniture Proctor-Barbour Company, Inc. Wholesale Retail Hardware Farm Equipment Fuquay Springs, N. C. Hoke C. Powell Fuquay Furniture Company “The Home of Fine Furniture” Open on Evenings by Appointment Fuquay Springs, N. C. Phone 251 Little Giant Cafe FRIED CHICKEN — HOT DOGS — BAR-B-Q Western Steaks Delicious Home Cooked Meats Grady Smith, Prop. Hamburgers Com-pliments of Bonnie Bell Beauty Shop Our desire is to please — Our policy is to give you as much or more for your money than you can get elsewhere: PERMANENT WAVES $3.50 and up Upstairs in Bank of Fuquay Building — Phone 144-W Mrs. Agnes Crabtree Mrs. Lucille Morris Thomas ' Drug Store Reliable Prescription Work Modern Fountain Service Rexall Agency — Greeting Cards for all Occasions Varina, N. C. — Phone 48 Phone 26 Stephens Supply Company Wholesale and Retail DUPONT PAINTS—HARDWARE—BUILDING SUPPLIES LARM IMPLEMENTS — FEEDS and SEEDS Varina, N. C. Branch Stores: Stephens Hardware Co., Coats, N. C. Stephens Hardware Co., Wendell, N. C. Carolina Feed Company Hay — Grain — Feed Seed and Coal Fuquay-Varina, N. C. Phone 9 For Over a Quarter of a Century Men ' s and Boy ' s Clothing Shoes for the Entire Family THE ELMO CO. Fuquay,N.C. L. A. Mudge, Manager P. K. Honeycutt, Assistant Manager Prince, Mudge Powell, Inc. In surance for Every Need Fuquay-Varina, N. C. Phone 122 Dixie Electric Appliances Universal Stoves, Washing Machines, Cleaners, Water Heaters Philco Refrigerators, Freezer Lockers Zenith Radios FM and AM Jesse W. Jones, Owner Firestone Home and Auto Supplies Tires, Tubes, and Batteries — Tires Recapped Leader Tractor Sales and Service Johnson ' s Tire Service Fuquay Springs, N. C. Phone 69 The Fuquay-Varina Chamber of Commerce Congratulates the Class of 1950 FUQUAY HIGH SCHOOL BEST WISHES FOR YOUR SUCCESS American Oil Company R. S. LANIER, Distributor PETROLEUM PRODUCTS AND ACCESSORIES Phone 224 Fuquay Springs, N. C. Harold E. Parker-Furniture HOTPOINT ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES — G.E. RADIOS Complete Home Furnishings VARINA, N. C. PHONE 7-R DODD BUICK CO. 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