Stedman High School - Macofitz Yearbook (Stedman, NC)

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-Q fi il .ri 1. .. vsi x w ,A K gl Ili Y L ,J . 1 ,' K K N s . 1 . X The jlll to f i 13 :gi-Eff' MZ' 1,959 p1"B3B17l'-'51 " " " I L ' A We the Senior Class of Stedman High School dedicate this--the 1958- 1959 MACOFITZ--to Mrs. Jeanette Gibbs for her many years of devoted service to the school. She has been an ever present help and guide to those whom she has wise- ly instructed. Her dignity and high ideals have made an unending impres- sion on those who come in contact with her day to day. She will long be remembered by us and others for her perservance, for her benevolence and for her understanding ways. We humbly and gratefully count it an honor to dedicate our yearbook to Mrs . Jeanette Gibbs, our friend, tea - cher, and guide, who truly exemplifies the high character of a fine, christian lady. Dedicated to Mrs. Jeanette Gibbs K K ,. A ., .,,t A , Mr. F. D. Byrd Superintendent 1VIr. T. M. Johnson Mr. E. F. Hubbard District Principal Principal BOARD OF EDUCATION Mr. J. F. Strickland, Mr. A. B. West, Mr. Raymond Maxwell, Mr. A. E. Clark, Mr. I. J. Vinson. V Mrs. Irene B. Averitte Office Secretary Mrs. Myrtice Jones Dietitian Mrs. Margaret Jaynes Stedman Elementary School Miss Cleva Godwin Sunnyside Elementary Mrs. Ruth Murray Beaver Dam Elementary Mr. Jack Mueller Cedar Creek Elementary Stedmah Qaculty Mrs . Charlotte Sills 611155 61111115 611155 Malta We have crossed the bay and the ocean lies before us. 51111111 5,!70l'15l7I'.S' Mrs . Eunice Piland raig Strickland Pam Hughes 611155 5'111u11r Mrs. Sarah Parker qniar 611155 O ficcrs l , President...Norman Kirby 1 V1ce President...Gera1d West Secretary .June Bennett , Treasurer...Doug1as Maxwell l l 611155 History One hundred seven eager and ambitious new high school students en- tered into a wholly new and different system of education on September 3, 1954. Our emotions were mixed with anxiety and wonder which we found to be short -lived, thanks to the guidance and help of our freshmen teachers and administration. It wasn't an unusual sight to see a lost classmate taking a quick glance at his schedule sheet. However, as we grew more accustomed to our new environment, we put away our schedule sheets and settled down to four years of "hard labor." Within a month, we had elected our leaders for the coming year. They were: president, Gerald West, vice-president,Norman Kirby, secretary, Annette Owen, treasurer, Douglas Maxwell. That year, we enjoyed a trek to White Lake aboard old faithful, "The Grey -Hound . " Our sophomore year opened with a little more realization of "where we were and what we were doing." We elected for our officers for that year, Gerald West as president, Doug Maxwell as vice-president, Nancy Fisher as secretary, Barbara Thompson as treasurer. Many of our number were inducted into the school's honorary society, The National Beta Club. That year, twenty of our number "took to the hills" for the annual Beta Club Convention in Asheville. The Algebra II crew visited U.N.C. to familiarize ourselves with the campus in anticipation of future college plans. That year we also jour- neyed to Raleigh to the Ice Capades for another memorable trip. Then, we were Juniors! First we elected officers. We chose Linwood Royal as president, Marion Bullard, vice-president, June Bennett, se- cretary, and Annette Owen as treasurer. With these leaders, we planned for events ahead... White Lake trip, supper, basketball game, and at the end of the year lay the Junior -Senior Prom. In the fall of that year, the seniors sponsored a donkey basketball game, and their opponents were the honorable Juniors. Many of our male troup know what a cowboy feels like after a "1ong day in the saddle" after a game like that! But then, too, we had no saddle. Then there was the supper to raise money for the Junior-Senior. It proved more successful than we had anticipated, and the Bar-B-Que was delicious. The Junior -Senior rolled around, and we began a week's hard work of preparing for the 'hallowed' event. But the night arrived, and our beautiful decorations, our elegant planning and our delicate ornaments meant nothing: the band failed to come! Then to White Lake, our hearts pounding with laughter and amuse- ments as we spend our final hours of school on the white sands of the popular resort, in the fellowship of our many class menbers and friends.. So here we are...a few less than when we began...but full of new ex- periences and even somewhat wiser! Our final year at Stedman began with meeting new improvements, including steel lockers, new tile restrooms, and even two laboratories to meet our scientific desires and questions. Some people say seniors become conceited intheir desire to be dig- nified. It is even said that seniors grow out of the high school "spirit" before they should, in their attempts to become men and women of to- morrow. Asking ourselves these two searching questions, we wonder if we failed to remain the happy but ambitious class as when we began but four short years ago. ' Our sponsors guided us toward the ray of success and happiness with devoted hearts and tender leadership. Mrs. Charlotte Sills, Mrs. Sarah Parker, and Mrs. E. C. Piland were the three whom we so grate- fully credit with this task. In November, we gave a three-act play, which was similar to the actual scene of many of our lives. It illustrated the high school student in love. Her teachers and parents were always reminding her that "stu- dies come first." Then there was the donkey basketball again, and this time we did the sponsoring. The. vicious little animals still offered no relief for the ten- der hides of the players, but those who participated enjoyed the game thoroughly. The senior trip to Washington and New York will require no expla nation as to the fun and enjoyment we bestowed upon ourselves. How could we have failed to have fun? Surely, our trip was the educational, inspirational, and enjoyable time we so diligently planned it to be. The Junior -Senior Prom came again, but this time we were the guests, and we enjoyed the many hours ofpeaceful fellowship beneath the elabo- rate trimmings by the Junior class. The Beta Club again ventured to the mountains to attend the annual State Convention in Asheville and to re-live our happy past. Sponsor R. T. Cherry carried the burden as over thirty young "masterminds" enjoyed every moment of the convention. Graduation fell upon us as a curtain around a long, scenic drama. lt meant a new life for us, but it also meant leaving behind the many glo- rious moments we shared together---in the library, in the labs, in the gymnasium, and in our many extra-curricular activities which we will cherish always. Class night---Baccalaureate Sermon---and then the diploma. As we descended the three tiny stairs of the familiar auditorium stage, a rush of joy and happiness mingled with the sadness and gloom we were ex- periencing as we left our alma-mater. The exit of high school brings us to the threshold of our future--- the entrance to a new life and the farewell to many years of hard work and guided preparations. The paths of the future are open to those who are willing to enter ..... HISTORIANS Marion Bullard Herky Ledbetter Elijah Autry Myrtle Autry Roy Abbott Faye Autry Jean Averitte ifford Autry 'Q Beard Margaret Averitte Barbara Beard Johnnie May Beasley Gerald Bailey David Bedsole June Bennett Jimmy Be rckman Carmon Bullard Joanne Bullard Faye Bullard Marion Bullard Q Billy Cashwell Doris Cooper fnald Davis Hettie Mae Davis Elizabeth Davis Anne Downing I6 L I Nancy Fisher wav-ew Sammy Freeman David Gardner Edna Gardner I7 Irvin Guy I Lillie Fort Norma Faye Ha1r J Ha1r Star Herrmgton Victor C . Hall Delmer Hollmgsworth Ada Horne 18 Monteen Horne William David Horne Janice Hubbard Al Hubbard Broadus Hubbard Bonnie Hughes Betty Hyatt William Jackson Simon Jones Susan Johnson Suzy Jones Norman Kirb Herky Ledbetter Bobby Mcnuffie ,111 Allen McLaur i ,ifiiiff Min ...auf WW' John Pat McCall Mary Sue Matthews Douglas Maxwell La Verne Nunnery Oren O'Neal Annette Owen Jesse Murdock Alene Nunnery Ellen Nunnery Bill Reis Virginia Rollings John Royal Linwood Royal Betty Page Strickland J. T. Starlmg 23 Ann Swann Linda Tart Barbara Thompson John Tyler Judy Warren 24 g Bobby West Leon West Peggy Woody Gerald Williams Gerald West W' mi 5'ffSQ:i5f' :EQZ??fi"Ff?Tz1ff1.v.,., td, .. ,M ,L ,wt , w,i5,,.,,.,,,,g.,,.M.. , A fiiifeffe, 1'ii?:f'p 7 ' 3156.1 Qfzi,gf:,l'.f+3.1jfsz--jf U54 A A ' f- A f r an eu Iv 1, k - - 5' '. cf -- - . ' K"' 5 . V 1' , 1 7,7-,,ngf Ng A 1 4 M A gf- f A A i f -V Fil.. viii ' JZ' .ihsgr,ff "',.Y'1fZf?K .. , V . ff.. H , as , , ,fitpgg fa X' '"'fi'i.zsW.5.,,1,,,.. V ' w n - ti it it -mettwg 2 it we A V ' ' A V fi f 1?i'f:fsg?fi?asfs?f it i ' , ,V 'rmgz j .... H.. it 5 , 'ff Q The beach is beautiful at twilight when shades of purple and pink streak the hori- zon. This is dream time, a pause to let the sand in an hour glass run imchecked and unkept as our thoughts drift forward. A misty haze forms over a glassy sea and we observe in awe as the future looms before us, not clearly, but with the promise of things to come. A gust of wind disturbs the haze andwe are shocked to see an ultra-modern city. Why, it's Fayetteville! An unveiling ceremony is taking place with MayorAl Hubbard presiding. Shh .... listen. "On this first day of June, nineteen hundred seventy eight, I take great pride in unveiling this bronze statue of our recently deceased President of the United States, Victor Hall, who was shot while trying to cheat at cards. The person responsible, Gerald Bailey, has been given life in Alcatraz, where Norman Kirby is the warden. The statue will be placed in city hall." We can see that our busy city editor, Herky Ledbetter, has no time to tarry, but he snatches aglimpse of the ceremony from the doorway. He holds a copy of the pa- per in his hands. The headlines read: NEW YORK YANKS WIN! In important sup- porting roles with DougMaxwe1l, our star hurler, were Roy Abbott, afleetfooted cen- ter fielder, and T. J. Haire, the hardhitting third baseman. On page two we find blazing headlines featuring La Verne Carell better known to us as La Verne Nunnery, starring in the new broadway hit "No Time For Love", pro- duced by Carmon Bullard and directed by Bill Reis, co -starring William Jackson and Oren O'Neal. X In the funnies we find that the new comic strip--DOPY..has been caricatured by Marion Bullard. He obtained his ideas from the mannerisms of Delmar Hollings- worth . Here on the last page David Bedso1e's name stands out. When the moon rocket was built, our friend David forgot to vacate so he is on his way to the moon. The variety section reveals to us the talents of many of our graduates. Nell Canady has launched her singing career through her appearance in the opera "Bec- cichi." Irvin Guy and Rosco Bullard have teamed as a duet and are touring the country. ,X Meakie, Joann, and Faye Bullard make a pretty trio andtheir voices match their ap- pearance. ' T WW There is only a small ad about the Country Fairgbut as we lay our paper aside and 4, if A journey to the fair grounds, our thoughts are of the side shows we shall view. K X I it ,ft f Ada Horne is the fat lady. She and her husband, the skinny man, John Tyler, 4 My fl make a sharp contrast. Why, here is the long, lanky sword swallower, Leon West. This must be the famous McLaurin Circus. The ovmers are Allen and Shirley Mc- X X x X X If Q Y Q Zlass Praphccy ,, , f' Ati' ii 1 1. ,, ul , 1 X X, 5 1 1 . 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S 1 2 - A S V- ,ga 1 ': Wifi 1 5132242 1 fe H -f . .,,, .1 life , . in ,,,5zg . 1a . , , , 1 , - . at ealsmw Laurin Gerald Williams 1S the owner of the famous Willie and Gerald West are a wrestlin ta team The are better S E Y Kennels Bobby West as the Limpo Bro- Davis Well, you can't blame us for wanting a little feminine appeal Miss Peggy oody 1S a deep sea diver for the Gesichen Company in Germany Judy Warren has ust completed her flight training and is now an airline stewardess On the ground e find Monteen Horne is a reservation clerk Barbara Thompson and Linda Tart are aerialists for the famous Simmons and Sylivant Circus Betty Page Strickland 15 no a professor at Stanford University Alene Nunnery is a 11Ol'lt2.I1'1EI' Broadus J anice, and Douglas have formed Hubbard, Hubbard and Hubbard Construction Company An Swann has inherited all Swansdown cake mixes Our brilliant math teacher, J T tarlmg, is taking a tour of Europe this summer Linwood Royal, Bobby McDuff1e a d W D Horne are me- chanics 1n the County Bus Garage John Royal has taken M Cherry s place as En- glishprofessor atStedmanand 1Skl'lOWIl asthe sleepyprofe sor Virginia Roelins, Mary Sue Matthews and Susan Johnson have inherited S H ress Co Ellen Nunnery 1S a lovely fashion model in the fashion capitol of the world, ar1s Annette Owen has braved the w1lds of Africa and is leading Safari into they l1g1etOf1ndth6e19ph3.I1t'S graveyard Well, can you blame her ivory means money J hnPat McCall is minis- ter to the White House I th1nk you ll find the terror of t e country, Jesse James Murdock Fldlllg his horse Simon Jones 1S elevator boy mth Empire State Building. Betty Hyatt and Bonnie Hughes are opponents on the new q iz show You Name It." Jackie Horne 1S rtmnmg a gas station in New Zealand C ifford Autry and Jimmy Berckman are co editors of the Ladies Home Journal Dor s Cooper is now running her ovm racing stables, while Margaret Averitt has succee ed in catching B111 Love -,Y 'Ht F xw-NLE X 'N permanently Edna Ga: girl at the 21 Club i Creek School Sarnm covered that rare met dner is raising cattle in Texas. Starr Herrington is hat check New York City Norma Faye Haire is the principal of Cedar Freeman is an orthopedist. In other words he straightens lBillionium. Nancy Fisher is ticket girl at the Miricle Thea- ter, and Ann Downing is a driver instructor. Billy Cashwell, Clarence Carter and Glenn Carter are oper an IBM machine in Wa her to her co workers del Hot cars for sal Autry IS the owner of Johnson, is rearing kid tors of a still...the moonshine variety. Elizabeth Davis runs hington, D. C. Janet Carr's friendly manner has endeavered at the Carr Shirt Factory. Jeanette and Barbara Beard remo- . Jean Averitte is heacllibrarian at McDaniel Library. Elijah utry s Greasy Spoon. By the way, June Bennett, I mean June s, not goats, but the human variety. fate but we shall I Fayetteville to the jun ones service for the a With this we leave 1 Xgsv As we are conclu 'ing our prophecy, it does not seem fair to us to prophesize our uzy Jones, am a railroad engineer and transport junk from yard I, David Gardner, am graveyard attendant to be at any- king. the rest of the future in the hands of fate. Suzy Jones David Gardner 611155 Prophrfcy . 1 thers. The principal of the Stedman High School is Hettie ' . s ' II ' If . ,X X 4 teeth. Donald Davis i raising pansies in his flower nursery. Lillie Fort has dis- XX. 1 lv X, V1 L 1. . ' fi' "WEE '54 i . . A -g, 1, " g? gi- tv . uv ? ' E WN- . , x, A K "lux X I X y . My , I! ,yf ' , J J v R. We, the graduating class of 1959,being of sound mind and realizing that the close of our school days is near at hand, think it wise to leave something to those who shall endeavor to follow in our footsteps. Looking forward to graduation, we pause for a moment to dispose of some of our most treasured articles, attributes and pastimes. The hours spent within these classrooms, the minutes consumedin friendly con- versation, the flashing seconds of joy or grief will come no more for us. We've used them allmfilling some with pleasures, some with sorrows, some with mistakes...but all with memories. ARTICLE I To Mr. Hubbard, Mr. Johnson and our teachers, we extend our heart-felt thanks and appreciation. We cannot repay, but only remember forever the hours they helped us with our activities. ARTICLE II To the class of 1960, we leave our top-priorityto the lockers andthe dignity which comes with our seats in the auditorium. ARTICLE III We do hereby bequeth some of our treasured articles, attributes and pastimes to the Juniors. I, William Jackson, will to James Bass my ability to get along in school and have as many fine friends as possible. I, Simon Jones, will my ability to play basketball to Cecil McDonald and Weaver Tew., I, Edna Gardner, leave my job in the office to Hilda Cashwell. I, Linwood Royal, will by ability to tear out transmission to Jimmy Jackson and Jesse Hall. I Lillie Fort, leave my ability to get along with everyone to Annette Grissom. I, Billy Cashwell, will my fast running Chevy to Charles Autry. I, J. T. Starling, will my hell-driving to Charles Vinson. I, Betty Page Strickland,wi1l my ability to drive to Geraldine Albertson. 7 I, Nancy Fisher, will my ability to make all-county to Belva Hall. Janet Carr, will my bench-warming ability to Joanne Strickland Broadus Hubbard, will my desire to finish high school to Robert Nunnery Faye Bullard, will my love for Journalism to Jane Faircloth Ellen Nunnery, will my love for commercial subjects to Linda Bullard Bobby McDuff1e, leave my ability to be a Senior for two years in succession any nior who is crazy enough to do so Norma Faye I-lair, will my love for Cedar Creek to Carolyn Johnson Barbara Beard, leave my ability to laugh to George Bullard and Mary Ann Nay or Annette Owen, will my ability to sing and play the piano to Judy Spratt Myrtle Autry, will my love for typing to Linda Hughes and Dorcus Carter Gerald West, leave my football injuries to Lonnie Hall Douglas Maxwell, leave my love for fast cars and Massey Hill girls to Kenny McDonald I, Virginia Rollins, will my quietness to Virginia Gardner We, Hettie Mae Davis and Judy Warren will our love for the U S Air Force to Faye Soloman, Mary Ann Strickland, and Peggy Cook Ada Horne, will my love of shorthand to Rebecca Faircloth Suzy Jones, leave my love for long hair to Frances Hall Elizabeth Davis, leave my love for convertibles and good looking boys to Edna Mae Autry, Ernestine Edge, Harriet Hales, and Lettie Mae Melvin I, Betty Hyatt, leave my love for roller skating to Thelma Joyce Jackson , Mary Sue Matthews, will my old Ford school bus to Catherine Culbreth , Susan Johnson, will my Job at S H Kress Co to Zola Mae Bullard , Monteen Horne, will my height and love for tall boys to Imogene Horne, just to keep lt in the family Ann Marie Swann, will my love for tall boys to Joyce Cashwell Doris Cooper, will my chatter box to Delores Sessoms and Betty Jackson Barbara Thompson, leave my smallness of statue to Glenda Guy June Bennett, will my title of Miss Senior Class to all the Junior girls ff ez .43 I, , I, . . . . . . 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Sylivant Mrs. virginia Autry Mr- L- W- Mm Geraldine Albertson Charles Autry Claxton Autry Edna Mae Autry Grady Autry Nellie Averitte Elizabeth Baker James Bass 34 Zola Bulla George Bullard Jesse Bullard , Linda Bullard Linda Carter Hilda Cashwell Joyce Cashwell Peggy Cook juniors Annette Beale Sarah Beale Delmer Beard Henry Bradshaw Lunette Bullock Audrey Bunce Burchell Canady Dorcas Carter Catherine Culbreth Jo Curd Jerry Davis Kathleen Dowd 1 a yunzor Gail Dyson Ernestine Edge Cladie Edwards Harold W. Faircloth Virginia Gardner Annette Grissom Glenda Guy Belva Hall Jane Faircloth M. S. Faircloth Rebecca Faircloth W. K. Freeman Bonnie Hall David Hall Frances Hall Jesse W. Hall, Jr. Lennon Hall Lonnie Hall Harriet Hales Pedro Hales Linda Hughes Asa Jackson Betty Jackson Jimmy Jackson Grace Johnson Roger McCall Cecil McDonald Kenneth McDonald 611155 Ronald Harris Helen Horne Imogene Horne Ray Horne J aunita Jackson Thelma Jackson Brenda Johnson Carolyn Johnson Faye McKeithan Faye Melvin Lettie Mae Melvin Patsy Melvin juniors Bobbie Mercer Mary Ann Naylor Robert Nunnery Phyllis Philbeck Faye Solomon Judy Spratt Harold Strickland Joanne Strickland 1 Jimmy Thompson Linda Weeks Billy Williams Joan Wise William Propst Delores Sessoms Douglas Smith Thurman Smith Mary Ann Strickland Mary Tarrant Bernice Tew Weaver Tew .3311 4 .S K' L1 A . ' X. 'filth , f Cs . , it -953,1 -w 5 x ,Q ar -Qakku 1 ,, ,I a 4' fam W . Q .nw A 'V "1 - Qs, Y K4 y E ', A gn X 'Z E:f.iL .gf 'JH 'vm K' Q' 'L3Qg'g,f Q Wk -E il ,. - ry, J, pw , "' Av gs in 6 ' my . F S " A '-xii 8 A . 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Horne Bobby Gamey Glenda G111lS Wayne Gum Mary Alxce Hamr Loretta Han' rv1s Halthcock ton Hales G enda Hales Wayne Hales Charhe Hall 1ane Hall orcas Hall R. L. Jones A. J. Jordan Larry Kenyon Ann Kinlaw Tommy Lewis, Jr Rebecca McLaurin Sandra McLeod Theresa Maxwell Wayne Mayo Betty Sue Melvin Ralph Miller Ernest Melvin Rowland Horne Latha Horne Jerry Horne Barbara Huffman Sudie Hubbard Kay Jackson Lilma Jackson Danny Johnson Catherine Morgan Amelia Mozingo Ava Nunnery Betty Nunnery Billy Nunnery Walter Pinter Martha Ray Owen Joyce Robinson Mary Royal Shirley Russ Mattie Simmons Jesse Simmons Mary Skinner Benny Smith Faye Smith Nixon Spell .,'- f -. In is 2 , ,. W X52 'P Ei E 5 Q 354 x i 1 E like 'e . D A i' ' 7 N iv f .',i I . - S , , .at fy I "ft if Stanley Willis Betty Williams Nancy White Joan Woody Danny Yarborough may John D. Starling Norman Starling Jean Strickland Lavetta Strickland Maurice Suggs Jimmy Taylor Carol Ann Vinson Pat Warren J. L. 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Leslie Hall, Faye Hall, Joel Hancock, Judy Harris, Billy Hatem, Jimmy Hatem, J. C. Hoard. 47 George Holland, Douglas Hollingworth, Barney Holmes, Ruthie Horne, Mary Horne, Gerald Horne, Lattie Horne. Lois Jackson, Jo Ann Johnson, Andrew Johnson, Mary Alice Johnson, James Jolmson, Shelby Johnson, Ann Jones. Q f 51' -S: i T K y x ei , ,E B -1 Y sf Q 3 1 1 T259 Aw ga us 'ifilir-:E mia, ff few? QE 'I x Q it S s Shirley Jones, Billy Kenyon, Lee Lavender, Betty Lockamy, Eldine Lockamy, Grace Lockamy, L. B. Lockamy. J' :ear - Tr: 'P-if JT' ' 'EEFH - -fifty 2 1 4 5' 51: , , ef 3? F fu, 1 z fx 551 r 5 N3 t li if ki 4, W t r' S , J My Wigs? 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Fifth Row: Gary Strickland, Leonard Suggs, Joyce Tew, Jeannie Tornow, Betty Jean Vinson, Edward Wallace. Sixth Row: Margaret Watson, Mary Lee Watson, Ray k Q lg 3. . .fi , V : c- .r,r ' ' .1 . mr ,Mwfwz 225 9 . Q., , ' . ZQq,1,11,'1'f' ' ,ffl J, Y -A-1 ea 1 : ix "t?':i'? ,w stiif F , 5 , W. 4, a t ieiifi :-1 Q, NM? l W' M 151 , 1 ig ni? ,UQ AMN, Qi Wil it if 0 i J , fmt, X -,fi at fam it , 2 li' ' S 1,5354 it ,l a, Hr. rv W t .. ,, . A Mew. iv, -. ig: Wright, Sue Woo ,,,, 'fig gk xii? J if . 31522 mics' .H ' :Y g s W r i Q Y Q 1, at pw , on ,Z i ,-pew, 5? f J ' 4 - is 1 if . iiziie it dy, Betty Yarbough. mg y1,'57ff:5inj2E: JW, I . Q W, Q, ' 'fl f4zQ5'7z,.'f:1'f,11 it ,i1.-new ?i'lSbli1P'ixf1 ' .. . , ,Qllfi ggi: 1 ,QL,ga,i3g ,,1g,? my ,,,f 4 'E , - fe,',51,,',, in iiftivlr . . .. QE! , , 'La Law, aflrlty la " 1131 . .. ,zwlffj git, , A 5529 ,g3gYgffQf?q,,,, " 313 5 . ,1 tw, , .W 235:- '3 ve., H , V : , , , S,- ',, X f ,- - .. - ,fi , 'gg iw K N rg M X A 5 S1 l ' 'F' if in W E, sa f . 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'fa '-Maw, 9kSiH,"w'i1rW ,ge -1' -' ..f.i-riesiiilfi ,, , " if - ei '-1. -sa-QI. , -32, 2 1, Pffgiilzffsgqf X' :1 .,?. 3-'wiiititiff gf1:,,:ff'if'-"eff, fz,3,:2',1g41'3i1if5li'a " 'ffm t Q,- Q"-A f',i . ,Q v1-, s,.gagiQ2, i'11,?f', .-ri' V, - 1 -.mmQe'.'iief3i1.w . - M-wfelitwi 2 .' 1 . 1 m,4,5h .rf-it-:ff-LHfsfzi,u.'i'i. . it we f 5. , faf-Q-:mg-r,4.-1 W. f 'S-lei'-lf-":9:,9 . .. . ,-,,.fw,,,,..:e. xl it,.',f':,if-,t..,:A-- S- pi 55 Stedman ,Acfufzfzcs Mr. ,And ,Miss Senior Eluss Linwood Royal June Bennett ,Activities The activities and organizations make up a large portion of our school life. They develop initiative, leadership, traditions, and a sense oire- sponsibility. It is through organizations that the students begin to plan their own pathways and plant their own footprints with only a minimum amount of guidance from the school administration. We appreciate the opportuni- ties to take part in many clubs and organizations at Stedman High School. Kes! ,411 Around NANCY FISHER AND GERALD WEST . . . because she co-operates so willingly . . . because of his knack for doing every- thing so well . . because of their know-how Kas! ,Caok ing BILL REIS AND JUNE BENNETT , . . because pleasing . . because of her gracious manner and features of his unique stylishness and all-man-look . . . because of their day to day loveliness Most Original because of her ability to think of new ideas because of his adaptability in all situations because of their ability to do things their own way. ,Most Musical because of her talented voice because of his love for music because of their sincere interest in music ,Most ,4 lhlctic FAYE AUTRY AND DOUGLAS MAXWELL . . . because of her fighting spirit . . because of his enthusiasm and School spirit . . because of their natural ability Wicrzdlicsf JANET CARR AND NORMAN KIRBY . . . because of her friendly ways toward others . . because of his sincere way of acting . . . because of their always smiling personality Meet likely e Sueeeed HERKY LEDBETTER AND MARGARET AVERITTE . . . because of her winning personality l6'eet Dressed LINWOOD ROYAL AND ELLEN NUNNERY . . because of his unselfish spirit . . . because of their accomplishments in the past . . . because of her neat appearance . . . because of his conservative way of dressing . . because of their stylish appearance Gerald West Al Hubbard Marion Bullard 95 il-fl NSS! .Q 'U SX Marshals 1958 CHIEFS OF 1958 June Bennett Stedmaus Queens Loretta ,o.o. 6. 'B . v ' 0. no ' 0 0 0. , ,P 0 o 'L'-'i'2 5 2 ff' ' ' J'ffffvFiEQQ2j?v.y, -, f' 'ii V g, -ww,-A fa. V gL . ,35p,:-M54- : f HS! . f:1f4.g I we . X WW 5 z g ,x J 5 5 sv K I K ,mf K X' KYHQ w X ' , mf F ,Y jr ,fu P ,.,?eg.wi2,Q, yl fklfw -'I-M, - ,1sj9W.. ,, 5 Q - if 1, hifi' 3 -, -- + w i , .fysgj in V -' 4 41355 fa f.,2Qf,w WH-Lf.iza'f,5r awe., g aww ' ' fiwrf' - ,X Miss Mary Lu Maxwell Sponsor U WNWQTW 0 . fl' HW! Mr. Robert Cherry Sponsor Helen Horne Jane Faircloth Editor Art Editor Jimmy Autry Phyllis Philbeck Sports Editor Devotion Clifford Autry Sports Editor ll Meakie Bullard Typist Gerald Williams Nell Canady' Aid Typist John Pat McCall Cladie Edwards Aid Aid Pat Warren Aid Delmer Hollingsworth Aid hm-Q A XAL 'Y' N ...nl Gerald West President A1 Hubbard Vice-President E EF? Robert T. Cherry Beta Sponsor V gg. fr ,mt ,WR , . Carolyn Johnson Secretary us' I F1 HZ-ff". "', , , . - m f H, . ,, ' x A W , Q 1,-5 ' lv . ' at v '- E' - f -La, I 0 ' 1 ,n ff I 1 Y CHKRACTER June Bemmett Treasurer 1 I0 T ,f X Y' J' A Q T' W '12 A N 155 Win 'Q A 32? Ve f f 'IQ X 2 A A W Q 34 my ' r W ,-1, L T555 f ' '7I5i'2:l?fQ ' 951525 ' IH wi 74 5' P PRESIDENT Bonnie Hughes CEQP Q29 QYS' 90906 Bonnie H '59 ef! ww -Q11 169 QE? OB' g 6983: SW Ga Het . EAS TR he Ma URER 6 Da Vis 41? TAR GG Us P96 Hall IAN ESX own HISTORIAN PIANIST Grace Johnson LaVerne Nunnery , ' fl, .,... I. e350 . C, PW1 Q KING Robert Nunnery CO-ADVISER Mrs. Mary Lu Maxwell ADVISER Mrs. Sarah G. Sheaffer 7 I I IQ . 2 'N X .fly X f A .-1. W .ws 13 1 Y E Music 611155 sw f 55+-'fiff.d5 ADVISER Mr. Charles Rogers PRESIDENT Gerald Williams' za of JZ 74191 '1 an v N if fy fQo5P mn? 15 SA S 'f 7' SJ la C Wfy , SECRETARY R, - A PJ Stacy Harris C V 'Aff X4 Q A Q M E oQ'91 ' so Qx -llc, UL ' Q1 lo TREASURER Donald Davis SENTINEL Asa Jackson CO-ADVISER Mr. Heriot Wilkins VICE- PRESIDENT Charles Autry REPORTER Clifford Autry NANCY FISHER F. A. SWEETHEART Beach Tr1ps rickland XX v I 1 X xff f 4-H glllb 76 Jimmy Thompson Mr. Bill Poole Kenneth McDonald Mrs. E. F. Hubbard Janet Carr H Mrs. Mary Lu Maxwell David Gardner M an ag I' m Mr. Joe Catlett Klub Bus Drivers Eafcfariu Staff ANNUAL STAFF getting ads T as an A HALLOWEEN KING Jesse Hall ACTRESSES Junior Play 79 ANNUAL STAFF at work BETA PRESIDENT Gerald West ANNUAL Workers at work EDITOR AT WORK Al Hubbard HOME EC. GIRLS learning to do "I' LL HAVE A BLUE CHRISTMAS. . ." Junior Singers COACH AND PLAYERS "You have to learn. . ." s 1 - 1 Q c v s 4 A thleti page Many of the footprints made at Stedman High School have been cleated and spiked, for athletics are very popu- lar with our students. Those footprints have been left on athletic fields and gymnasium floors throughout this sec- tion of the state. Many players of the past have gone on to fame at colleges and universities. 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Without the co-operation of the advertisers and the ingenuity of the staff, it would have been impossible to publish the annual. We wish to offer our sincere thanks to the following advertisers for their contributions to the MACOFITZ ..... 1 U CURRIE BLUE BLAZES GAS Cooking - Water Heating - Home Heating CURRIE COAL C0. Fayetteville Dial HE 2-5121 North Carolina DIAL HE 2-4228 2 Q O to I 4 ness:-ipfion Opficiana dye Ulf P L60 0. EYE GLASSES - HEARING AIDS -ARTIFICIAL EYES W. H. LEDBETTER PRINCE CHARLES HOTEL BLDG. REG. N.c. OPTICIAN FAYETTEVILLE, N, C. L MclAURIN'S FOOD CENTER T. C. McLaurin, Prop. "We Appreciate Your Patronage" Phone: HE 2-5282 - R. F. D. 4216, Box 453 Located at Vander, North Carolina COHARIE MOTOR CO. INC. Co,,,pli,,,,,,,, of I ...J ..-' ILT.. Sales !CHEVR0LETV! Service BUTLER FUNERAL HOME l fi H Carmen Butler, Manager P. R. Vann 2562 Phone 248 1 Roseboro, North Carolina Roseboro, North Carolina Compliments of EUTAW SHOPPING CENTER Bragg Boulevard Fayetteville, North Carolina Compliments of ECONOMY FOOD CENTER 454 East Russell Street Fayetteville, North Carolina SOUTHERN GIN 8. GRAIN CO. Cotton Ginning Soy Bean Buyers Seed Wheat Seed Rye Seed Oats C. S. Meal Hulls, Soy Bean Peanut Meal - Fertilizers Gillis Bros., Operators 135 "C" Street Fayetteville, North Carolina Congratulations Seniors W. K. BARNES GROCERY Stedman, North Carolina D. L. BUNCE PRODUCE Year -Round Seasonal Produce Packing--Double "B" Brand Fresh From The Farm Paul L. Bunce - Dearl L. Bunce Phone HE 3-0767 Stedman, North Carolina STEDMAN NURSERY Cut Flowers Flower Plants Evergreens Hollies Azaleas Camelies Complete Landscaping for your new home Free Planting We Guarantee All Our Work Mr. and Mrs. Felton Jackson Phone: HE 3-1756 - Box 105 Stedman, North Carolina JOHNSON'S Fl0RIST 8. NURSERY Nice Corsages Fresh Cut Flowers Daily Excellent Wedding Service Nice Equipment Sz Shrubbery All Kinds of Plants in Season Landscaping Service Delivery Service Stedman Phone HE 2-6626 North Carolina STEDMAN SODA SHOP Fountain Drinks -Short Orders "Friendly Service" CONGRATULATIONS, sEN1oRsx GIBSON'S ESSO Mrs. James C. Phillips, Manager Stedman, North Carolina. JERNIGAN INSURANCE AGENCY Full Line--Fire Automobile Sz Casualty Special Low Rates For Farm Cars and Trucks Phone HU 4-8004 3704 Bragg Boulevard Fayetteville, North Carolina GAINEY'S SERVICE STATION Gas, Oil, Tires, Tubes General Auto Repairing Washing, Greasing Stedman, North Carolina Congratulations Seniors AUTRY BROS. TRUCK LINE From: William Sz Robert Autry Phone HE 3-0755 Stedman, North Carolina "Good Place to Eat" Compliments of PALACE GRILL tCharliesJ Fayetteville, North Carolina GREEN STREET BEAUTY SALON 308 Green Street Phone: HE 2-3631 Louise Maxwell Weeks Grace Hales Yeager Fayetteville, North Carolina complimenrs of 301 TRUCK STOP C. D. McDonald, Proprietor 24 Hour Wrecker Service Phone: HE 3-0303 210 N. Eastern Boulevard Fayetteville, North Carolina CANNON SHOE STORE For the Entire Family 116 Hay Street Fayetteville, North Carolina C. A. AVERITT Mobil Gas --Oil Groceries -Meats -Fresh Fruits Vegetables, and Dairy Products Courteous, Friendly Service Seven to Nine - Six Days a Week Compliments of FISHER CLEANERS Phone: HE 2-7740 Roseboro, North Carolina Vander, North Carolina Compliments of FAYETTEVILLE TRAILER REPAIR Complete Trailer Repair Service 125 Dunn Road Phone: HE 2-9616 Fayetteville North Carolina CAROLINA MODEL HOME CORP. We build SHELL HOMES Prices: S995 to S2595 Sizes: 3 to 6 rooms HIUIUII lkvkrk Visit our Model Home Corner Eastern Boulevard CU. S. 3015 N. and Grove Street Call us for information or Appointment HE 2-8389 Write for free illustrated literature - P. O. Box 346 Fayetteville North Carolina McDONALD LUMBER COMPANY Lumber and Building Supplies "Just Lumbering Along With Goods From the Woods." Cedar Creek Road P. O. Box 1079 Dial HE 3-4181 Fayetteville, North Carolina CAROHNA LOAN 8 HNANCE CO. J. H. Gilbert, Manager Phone HU 4-6113 3700 Bragg Boulevard Fayetteville North Carolina THOMAS 8 HOWARD COMPANY WHOLESALE GROCERS - Featuring Del Monte Fruits and Vegetables -Gold Medal Flour -Jack N Bean Stalk Blue Lake Vegetables -Red Band Flour-Ranch House Beans Red Star Flour -Red Seal Canned Meats -Superfine Vegetables Fayetteville North Carolina PHILLIPS 66 SERV. STATION Earnest Smith, Proprietor Gas, Oil, Greasing, Washing, etc. Always Friendly Service Roseboro North Carolina TART AND WEST Druggists . Roseboro, North Carolina "Estab1ished 1908 ' Celebrating over 50 years of Dependable Drug Service FIRST CITIZENS BANK 8. CompleteB Member Fe TRUST COMPANY ankingService deral Deposit Insurance Corporation Fayetteville North Carolina eIIxHensdale I W M ew!-euluxul-I mmlmluumlnllw MAYFT-YEH'I:TEVIL5EA:f ST IEII IHEIIZII II4 TSHOP: MON. thru THURS. 9 In 5:30, FRI. 7 9 SAT 7 u 6, PHONE HE Z-ZIBG ' 54 , HIGHLAND A LUNIBER COMPANY ,ge E MOBILEHOMES S .10l4 IRAGG BOULEVARD FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. MOBILEHOMES Service Insurance Lumber and Building Supplies Accessories Towing Service BRANCHES Jacksonville Goldsboro Charlotte Greensboro Phone: HU 4-0362 Fayetteville, North Carolina Phone HE 3-3191 325 Bloimt Street Fayetteville, North Carolina Good Luck Seniors "Always Good Listening" on WFLB Compliments of MCDONALD MOTOR CO. Eastern Boulevard at Truck Stop Dial HE 3-1186 Fayetteville, North Carolina Congratulations Seniors Compliments of GOOD WILL GRILL Wellon Johnson, Proprietor Gas, Oil, Good Food and Friendly Service STRlCKLAND'S DRUG STORE Top Prescription Service Top of Haymount Phone HE 3-1444 1201 Hay Street Fayetteville, North Carolina PEPSI COLA BOTTLING COMPANY WILLIAMS OFFICE EQUIPMENT gznuifextzxf HE 3-3631 528 Hay Street Fayetteville, North Carolina PENNEY'S Compliments of Always First HAY STREET sl-los sHoP Quahty 316 Hay Street Fayetteville, North Carolina Fayetteville, North Carolina Since 1923 ED FLEISHMAN 8. BROS. The Finest in Wearing Apparel For Men and Boys The Traditional Shop Fayetteville, North Carolina NEW YORK RESTAURANT 40 Years Under Same Management Phone HE 3-2832 226 Hay Street Fayetteville, North Carolina BLAKE FLORIST Prince Charles Hotel Building "Flowers for All Occasions" Day Phone HE 3-2683 Night Phone HU 4-0220 Fayetteville, North Carolina DAVIS PHARMACY Pharmacists Prescriptions Our Specialty Night Phones Day 2546 2671 Roseboro, North Carolina COLE MILLING CUMPANY Manufacturers of Cole's Best Flour - New Delight Flour Cole's FEED-U-NEED Feed CRUMBLES PELLETS Poultry Mashes - Dairy, Dog, Hog and Horse Feed Phone HE 3-2706 245 Alexander Street Fayetteville North Carolina Kroehler Mohawk I Simmons Serta Englander Cosco HOMEMAKERS Styled Furniture HE 3-4837 125 Franklin Street Fayetteville, North Carolina Compliments of STACWS BAR-B-QUE HONEY CREAM DQUGHNUT NO. 1 Sz 2 Wedding - Birthday - Anniversary Cakes Wholesale Sz Retail HE 2-3694 409 Hay Street Fayetteville, North Carolina Fayetteville, North Carolina MERIDIAN MOTORCYCLE COMPANY BSA-Ariel Truimph Motorcycles-Zundepp-Lambretta Scooters Open Nights Till 10:00 P.M. HE 2-8868 458 West Russell Street Fayetteville North Carolina Compliments of CAPE FEAR SUPPLY CO. Building Materials 319 W. Russell Street HE 2-7167 Fayetteville North Carolina BLAKE BROTHERS Farm Equipment J. I. Case Sales and Service Phone HE 3-2056 Box 75 Stedman North Carolina UNDERWOOD POULTRY WHOLESALE Phone HE 2-8171 Elizabethtown Highway P. O. 3307 Fayetteville North Carolina G. T. Lewis, Agent STATE FARM INSURANCE CO. Auto Life Fire 802 Bragg Boulevard Phones: Day HE 3-2050 Night HE 3-0066 Compliments of BU LLARD WHOLESALE BUILDING SUPPLY Fayetteville, North Carolina MCFADYEN MUSIC STORE Pianos Phone HE 3-3173 118 Hay Street Fayetteville, North Carolina 1 Contact Lenses Fitted FRANK MCBRYDE Registered Optician Office Phone HE 2-2139 308 Hay Street Fayetteville, North Carolina Fiqh ov"-o Q62 Compliments of FAYETTEVILLE DRUG CO. Open 8 A. M. Until Midnight Dial HE 2-8181 114 Gillespie Street Fayetteville, North Carolina KlMBRELL'S Now Two Stores to Serve You 120 Person Street 220 Fayetteville, North Carolina PAUL J. MAXWELL Hardware and Pittsburgh Paints Dial HE 2-3366 109 Person Street Fayetteville, North Carolina Compliments of HORN E'S JEWELERS Diamonds, Watches, Jewel ry Watch and Jewelry Repairing 5 Market Square Fayetteville, North Carolina BLANTON'S Radio Ka T. V. Service Antenna Installation HE 2-6242 973 Bragg Boulevard Fayetteville, North Carolina STEDMAN GARAGE General Repairs on All makes of Cars Sz Tractors Phone HE 3-1036 Stedman, North Carolina GLENN HEATING COOLING NE, SERR Save at Southeastern North Carolina's Largest Savings Center Current 3 112 92, Dividend Rate per Year HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS 8. LOAN ASSOCIATION 241 Green Street Fayetteville North Carolina Compliments of SAFETY TAXI CO. Call Anytime Always Open Dial HE 2-5158 Fayetteville North Carolina Feed Seed Dealer Fertilizers CUMBERLAND FARMER'S EXCHANGE 520 E. Russell Street Fayetteville Phone HE 2-5979 GREENWAY'S MOTORCYCLE COMPANY is ew Schwinn Bicycles - Harley Davidson - Lawn Mowers HSIJQ. 5 Sales and Service 5 'f - , vi' ,flllf-VA, TSX Fayetteville, Phone HE 2 5710 Q ,tg,,S,kQl5,:g,3,,,Nm , North Carolina 810 Bragg Boulevard if DAWKINS LUMBER CO. Rough Sz Dressed Kiln Dried Lumber "Building Supplies" 114 King Street H. R. HAIRE PLUMBING CO. Complete Bath and Kitchens Easy Terms HE 2-6453 - HE 3-1184 361 Winslow Street Fayetteville, North Carolina UNITED FINANCE CO. Low Cost Auto Loans Financing and Refinancing 1316 Bragg Blvd. - Next to WFLB Fayetteville, North Carolina Compliments of DR. J. A. STOELZLE Optometrist 205 Huske Building Fayetteville, North Carolina W. E. SMITH MOVING COMPANY Agents for American Red Ball Transit Co., Inc. Pioneer Nation-Wide Movers HE 2-6105 - HE 2-6106 385 Winslow Street Fayetteville, North Carolina CAROLINA ARMATURE WORKS Electric Motor Specialists Dial HE 2-4728 806 Ramsey Street Fayetteville, North Carolina THE FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER North Carolina's Oldest Newspaper Established 1817 Phone HE 2-4161 512 Hay Street Fayetteville, North Carolina yu . . .... X " X I -I-E ' sz DIAL 'T . - .. I Uwftre QW? I , za-1 IlAY5T.FA'i.'ETTEEfi1.!..E,EG.C. 'iofme mm far way mil -""' F Dial -- HE 2-6107 M. 8. M. TRUCK 8. TRACTOR CO H. M. McCork1e, Owner International Trucks, Refrigeration Farmall Tractors, Parts Sz Service Power Units, Farm Implements Irrigation Systems Box 1198 Fayetteville, North Carolina CARRIER y room air conditioner D. K. TAYLOR OIL CO. Distributor 202 Cumberland Street Phone: HE 3-3106 Fayetteville, North Carolina Congratulations Seniors "ELIZABETH'S " Gifts Jewelry Drugs Greeting Cards Tgys Cosmetics Elizabeth Lockamy Stedman, North Carolina Best Wishes from FAYETTEVILLE NEW CAR DEALERS Fayetteville, North Carolina BRYANT'S MARKET Fancy Groceries and Meats "A COMPLETE FOOD MARKET" Stedman, North Carolina 204625 VEMCO MUSIC CO., INC. Juke Boxes - Leased - Rented Outlet For Used Records 213 Franklin Street Phone HE 2-3204 Fayetteville, North Carolina B 8. GROVE OPEN AIR MARKET Fresh Fruits and Vegetables 500 Grove Street Fayetteville, North Carolina CHARLES HAIGH HARDWARE, Sporting Goods -- Paints Boats and Motors Phone HE 2-2345 114 Gillespie Street Fayetteville, North Carolina INC WILSON-BARBOUR LUMBER CO. Better Grades of Finish gl Dimension Lumber Dial HE 3-1194 Fayetteville, North Carolina Compliments of FLEISHMAN'S BIG STORE 106 Hay Street Fayetteville, North Carolina Compliments of EAGLE 5C TO S1 STORE Fayettevi11e's Largest 5 8: 10 Fayetteville, North Carolina CHANDLER REAL ESTATE . Constructions . Appraisals . Rentals . Sales Dial HE 3-3941 Fayetteville, North Carolina RAINBO RESTAURANT 223 Hay Street Fayetteville, North Carolina We serve nothing but the best Western Steaks and Chops Special Breakfast John Moutos HE 22304 Compliments of S. H. KRESS 8. CO. Phone HE 3-3322 229 Hay Street Fayetteville, North Carolina STEDMAN BEAUTY SALON Complete Beauty Service Owner and Operator Mrs. Etta Yarbough Phone HE 3-0982 Stedman, North Carolina DIANA SHOPS "For The Best in Women's and Children's Apparel" Dial HE 3-2194 123 Hay Street Fayetteville, North Carolina Compliments of McBYRDE'S OPTICIANS Alex Ka Leon 304 Hay Street Fayetteville, North Carolina Congratulations Seniors STEDMAN BARBER SHOP Fred Wells, Barber Stedman, North Carolina STERLING JEWELERS Silversmiths HE 2-5174 211 Hay Street Fayetteville, North Carolina B. F. GOODRICH STORE 511 Hay Street Motorola T. V. and Radio Kelvinator Appliances Easy Terms Available Fayetteville, North Carolina SUUTHERN BUILDERS EQUIPMENT 00. No Fayetteville Congratulations to the Senior Class of 1959 Complete Farm and Home Suppliers Cash if you have it - Credit if you Need it HOME OF PRODUCTS JO HNSON COTTON COMPA of Fayetteville, Inc. N Y North Carolina C O M M Drive- ERCIAL 8. INDUSTRIAL "Your Friendly Home Bank" Now 3 Convenient Locations Main Office: 327 Hay Street BANK in Branch: Corner Ray Ave. and Maiden Lane Eutaw Branch: Eutaw Shopping Center Fayetteville North Carolina WM. EUGENE TART "If it's a T. V. or Auto . . Be Smart . . See Tart!" TART'S T. V. CO. TART'S MOTOR CO. HU 4-1462 Phones HU 4-2065 4026 Bragg Blvd. Fayetteville North Carolina Compliments of WORTH PRINTING CO. LEE FUNERAL HOME If It's Worth Printing .... "Worth Should Print It" Phone HE 2-8101 Worth Building 121 Gillespie Street Fayetteville, North Carolina Fayetteville, North Carolina Compliments of AUTO GLASS CO. CARSON'S BEAUTY SHOPPE Phone: HE 2-2884 Installed While You Wait 119 Anderson Street Phones: HE 2-8,131 - HE 2-8132 228 Donaldson Street Fayetteville, North Carolina Fayetteville, North Carolina New Classes Start in June, Sept., Jan., and March Here's Why We Plan To Attend Business Classes I ...... Today competition is Stiff! You Mustbe prepared to qualify for good jobs. We know our training at WORTH'S will pay off in "cold cash." Then too as graduates we will receive WORTH'S free em- ployment service. See you at WORTH'S ? ! WORTH'S BUSINESS CCLLEGE Raymond Maxwell, President Phone HE 2-9154 Fayetteville North Carolina BRANCH BANKING 8. TRUST COMPANY HAVE FRIENDS AT BRANCH BANKING 61' TRUST COMPANY Fayetteville, North Carolina Compliments of SMlTH'S GROCERY Stedman, North Carolina Compliments of MGCKETHAN 8. CO. Pharmacists "On the Square" Fayetteville, North Carolina Congratulations to the Graduating Class JETHRO OWEN THE FRIENDLY JEWELER Phone 2291 Roseboro, North Carolina Compliments of ROGERS 8. BREECE FUNERAL HOME Phone: HE 2-2191 123 Bow Street Fayetteville, North Carolina 911295 tame 3 3 ttf 5, S I t sz 85,3115 ,yiiffa ,.-f' M tt Et 1 .i , W. , giwi fi t Q' leTit7'2'ift'A i , ,Mt ,. ,A f Hg gpff f zl lf f -:fr " 'is .If ' .',.'.f,-: 'v:, "':5E:.,, L" 4 1-1'S2f" .,:: . .. 5 EJ 'ia i - a ,fs .ts 5 , f . ,, ,, we ..- N, . 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Shepherd Phone 3-3176 223 Person Street Fayetteville, North Carolina BEC K'S BAR-B-Q V. G. Bunce Wholesale 8: Retail Phone 2951 Located 1 Mile West of Roseboro Roseboro, North Carolina Compliments of JOHNSON'S BARBER SHOP Owned and Operated by Martin L. Jones S. M. Horne Fayetteville, North Carolina Compliments of A FRIEND HALL MOTOR SALES Better Used Cars Sales and Service Ph. HE 3-1867 Clinton Hwy. Fayetteville, North Carolina J. F. STRICKLAND GINNERY Piney Green Phone HE 3-2014 Roseboro, North Carolina DR. W. B. WHITEHEAD . Optometrist Phone HE 2-5623 459 Hay Street Fayetteville, North Carolina FAYETTEVILLE WHOLESALE BUILDING SUPPLY, INC. "Wholesale to All" Plumbing-Appliances -Supplies Fayetteville, North Carolina Compliments of WEST LUMBER 8. BOX CO. Dial HE 3-1097 Racepath Street Fayetteville, North Carolina HUBBARD REALTY AND CONST. CO. Rentals and Insurance Phone HU 4-1121 J. A. Hubbard - HU 4-7209 C. R. Forsyth - HE 3-1329 5 Tola Bldg. Fayetteville, North Carolina THOMPSON 8. LITTLE CO. Restaurant Equipment Sz Supplies We Deliver Dial HE 2-6635 2802 Raeford Road Fayetteville, North Carolina Compliments of MATTHEWS PHARMACY Prescriptions Our Specialty 451 Hay Street Fayetteville, North Carolina HERLEY'S SHOES, INC. "The Most Walked About Shoes In Town" Trim Tred Rand Poll Parrot 421 Hay Street BLACK'S, INC. See Hector Sz Leonard Black Phone: 2-4305 415 Hay Street Fayetteville, North Carolina We Wish You Much Success After Graduation QUEEN'S FLORIST Fayetteville, North Carolina Compliments of D. R. ALLEN 81 SON, INC. General Contractors Fayetteville, North Carolina I.l. VINSON 8. SONS General Merchandise Cotton Ginning and Farming I. L. Vinson, Sr. I. L. Vinson, Jr. A Herman Vinson Phone No. 2111 Compliments of CAPE FEAR SUPPLY COMPANY Building Materials Fayetteville, North Carolina I I T, k,L,V? 4L,',1 ,at , S F S S. , V a " vga, oti-'i ORMOND A NDR - D .P me E N 1 l',, 29 1 CL G S .- ., i t 'fL- Q, ,,gg+fZ', 1- m , . - r - A-my fb',-- 3W.,,f, -. 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