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B.S. IN HOME ECONOMICS
MARTHA L. HYDE
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MASTER OF EDUCATION
GLENN G. WILLIAMS
B.S. IN EDUCATION
GLENN J. ARTHUR
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BACK ROW: M'-gs HYDE KSPONSORD, MAX PAGE, JERRY MILLER, BILL ALLEN, 'NIS CRUTCHER, ORvIL MILLER
JQIHN RIDER, Dfw WITHERSPQQN, CHARLES JARMIN. FRONT ROW: GRACE SMITH, MARTHA HEGER, LOIS BYNNETT
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Good evening friends. This is Station A. H. S. broadcasting from its
studios in Alba, Missouri, under the sponsorship of G. E. Overman.
On this evening's program, we want to introduce to you the dignified
Senior Class of 1950, who will give you the latest highlights and the many
events which have taken place during 1945-1950.
We have with us Charles Honey, who is acting as Preisdent and has
done a splendid job in the behalf of his classmates. Also, we have lnis
Crutcher, Vice-President, John Rider, Secretary and Irene Blotter,
Our mistress of ceremonies will be Freida Minkler, who is our class
reporter and is also our Annual Queen, with .Terry Brown as King. She
will give the highlights--
"This is Freida Minkler bringing you the main events of this class
for the four years we have attended the Alba High School.
Our Freshman class officers were: Jerry Miller, President, Zena
Lee Allison, Vice-President, Veva Storm, Secretary and Treasurer, and
John Rider was our Student Council representative. Mrs. Allison was our
sponsor..Of the many events, we shall remember most vividly the Riverside
Weiner roast held on Spring River, given in honor ofthe Sophomore class.
Upon inquiring as to which was the best class that year, "we" decided
that "we, the fascinating Freshman class" should win the award.
This brings us to the Sophomore class of forty-three students from
which class we lost four prominent students. We were fortunate to again
have Mrs. Allison as our sponsor. Our officers for the year were as
follows: President, Max Page, Vice-President, Jerry Miller, Secretary
and Treasurer, Jackie Cook, and Lois Bennett was the Student Council
member. Our activities consisted of aChristmas party, given at the home
of Shirley Bowman, who with her splendid hospitality made it enjoyable
for everyone. We took top honors in the queen contest and took great
pleasure in crowning Zena Lee Allison, Queen Zena Lee.
The Junior Class was led by Jerry Miller, President, Jackie Cook,
Vice-President, Veva Storm, Secretary and Treasurer, Shirley Bowman,
Reporter, and Charles Honey, Student Council member. The events of
this year were the class party held at the home of Ann Oliver, which we
enjoyed immensely, the Jr. Class play, and, of course, the Junior-Senior
Banquet under the direction of our class sponsor, Miss Troy. This event
was the most highly praised of the year.
As Seniors we are indeed proud. We have had many honors bestowed
upon us as a class. A brief list of these honors are: Annual King and
Queen, Basketball and Football Queens, Football Captain, Basketball
Captain, and editors of the ALBAMO and Chatters. We presented the
Senior class play and it was acclaimed a great success by all these
attending. ln May we were entertained as guests of the annual Junior-
Senior Banquet. We brought our senior year to an end with the
Commencement Exercises, and now, as we file through the closing doors
of Alba High, let us keep our class motto forever before us: "Now we
launch, where shall we anchor?"
And now a word from our sponsor:
"The class of 1950 has been one ofthe most co-operative and agreeable
Senior Classes it has been my privilege to sponsor. With deep regret I
see them pass into history. Best of luck and smooth sailing 'kids'."
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The Senior Class of 1949-1950 of Alba High School, being in as sane mind
and body as could be expected under the conditions, do hereby bequeath the
following to our underclassmen:
IRENE BLOTTER wills her personality to Oneta Miller.
BILL ALLEN wills his height to Marvin Howard.
WANDA BENNETT wills her figure to Dolores Boyer.
CHARLES HONEY wills his athletic ability to Jack Brown.
JACKIE COOK wills her position as editor on the school paper to Doris
JERRY MILLER wills his position on the basketball team to Melvin Rector.
MARTHA HEGER wills her dimples to Dorothy LeMasters.
RICHARD LUMAN wills his friendly attitude toward everyone to Clifford
JOHN RIDER wills his artistic ways to anyone who can fulfill them.
SHIRLEY BOWMAN wills her pep squad leading ability to Patsy Storm.
ANN OLIVER wills her position on the annual staff to anyone who is capable
of fulfilling it.
DON WITHERSPOON Wills his ability to argue to Bob Rider.
KATHLEEN MOSER wills her height to Shirley Potts.
BILL DAVIS wills his bashful ways to John Edwards.
INIS CRUTCHER wills her position as the fastest typist to Jerry Hamilton.
BILL DODSON wills his curly hair to Jack Petitte.
CAROL GUNLOCK wills her love for Bookkeeping to anyone who feels the
CECIL HAMILTON wills his eye for girls to Jim Jarmin
VEVA STORM wills her position on the annual staff to anyone who has the
ALBERT GUNLOCK wills his love for speech to Charles Jarrnin.
LAWRENCE HOWARD wills his clownish ways to Sandy Lamb.
FREIDA MINKLER Wills her gracefulness to Emily Rea.
DON FULLERTON wills his ability to get along with everyone to Orvil
BEVERLY WILLIAMS wills her mischievous ways to Doris Busby.
MAX PAGE wills his love for sports to Joe Cook.
TWYLLA WINCHESTER wills her dramatic ability to Carolyn Jarmin.
PAT WEESE wills her blond hair to Kathleen Radford.
JERRY BROWN wills his football helmet to Eddie McKay.
LOIS BENNETT wills her business ability to Virginia LeMasters.
CHARLES MOSS wills his husky build to Earl Honey.
GRACE SMITH wills her basketball playing ability to Helen Watts.
ROBERTA HOOD wills her Bookkeeping grades to anyone who is capable
of fulfilling them.
LETHA LAWRENCE wills her false tooth to Cecil Petefish.
DOLORIS SPENCER wills her natural curly hair to Mary Lois Edwards.
ITRICE CONWAY wills her glasses to Evelyn Weaver so she can find her
way around the halls of good old Alba High.
Dear Alba High School,
It has been exactly ten years since the senior class of 1950 graduated. On a recent
canvass of the world we found them living their lives in the way theythemselves have
As we walk down the streets of New York, we find a sign which reads 'LOIS BEN-
NETT,M, D.,", who is now chief owner of the New York Researchlnstitution. Deciding
to visit her, we ask the head nurse, who is none other than MARTHA HEGER,where
Lois can be found. Learning from Martha that two of our former classmates, BILL
DAVIS and DICK LUMAN, are patients in the hospital, we decide to visit them. Upon
inquiring further into the matter,we learned that their racers collided head-on while
racing at the famous speed-way in New York.
As we go down Broadway in New York, we find none other thanthe 'Kackling Twins',
WANDA BENNETT and IRENE BLOTTER, starring inthe hit production 'Honey Will
Always Be True," Well, whose familiar faces do we see here ? It's the dancing team,
BILL ALLEN and DON WITHERSPOON, We decide to go backstage and who should
we see but CHARLES HONEY,who is nowbasketball coach of Yale University, pacing
the floor, waiting for Wanda, his half interest in the Kackling Twins.
Later on as we are driving through the countryside,we see a beautiful farm home
with a large silver-colored mailbox out in front. On the mailbox we see the name
'WILLIAM DODSON," This name attracts our attention and we decide to visit him.As
the door opens,we see the familiar face of the former INIS CRUTCHER, We also see
their little twin boys sitting in their highchairs eating dinner,
We go driving downthe streets of Webb City when we see the former VEVA STORM
coming from a grocery store pushing a baby carriage with little Junior in it,Tagging
along behind are her little boy and little girl fighting over who gets to carry the cookies.
Oh! Oh! Look out for thattruck! The owner should be sued for employing such reck-
less drivers. As the truck stops, we could swear the driver had blood trinkling down
his head, but, alas, it was only JERRY BROWN'S familiar red hair hanging down in
his eyes. Inquiring further, we learned that the United Transportation Company,with
which he is employed, is owned by none other than CHARLES MOSS, We walk into his
office and who should be sitting behind the bookkeeper's desk but ROBERTA HOOD,
Now we take time out to rest and go to a movie and guess who has taken Bob Hope's
place ? None other than our dear old Alba comedian, LAWRENCE HOWARD,
On our summer vacationthrough Tulsa, Oklahoma, we see a woman entering a small
house. Agreeing the face looks familiar, we realize it is the former SHIRLEY BOWMAN,
We were walking down the streets of Chicago when we heard a newsboy, the son of Mr,
and Mrs. ALBERT GUNLOCK, calling out, 'Extra, Extra", We bought a paper and read
the 'Big Story' of the day. Who should be the reporter that got the story but ANN
Later as we visited the Atlantic Coast, we saw a ship coming in. Deciding to wait
and see who was on it, we ran into CECIL HAMILTON, who we later learned has a
beautiful farm home near Carthage, Missouri and is waiting for CAROL GUNLOCK
who is returning on the ship from Europe where she has been going to school. Looking
over Carol's head we see the familiar face of JOHN RIDER who has been on an ex-
peditionin Europe. We boarded an airplane on our way to Jefferson City to visit the
Governor who is now TWYLLA WINCHESTER. Standing outside is the pilot, LETHA
LAWRENCE, and the stewardess, PAT WEESE, Entering the plane we see the famous
dress designer, BEVERLY WILLIAMS, Sitting with her is the novelist KATHLEEN
MOSER. Traveling through the Ozarks,we stopped ata hotel resort, There to greet us
were the co-owners, GRACE SMITH and DELORIS SPENCER, Learning from them that
two more or our former classmates lived near by, DON FULLERTON and the former
FREIDA MINKLER, we decided to visit them, Stopping at a farm-home to learn directions
to the Fullerton re sidence, we find ITRICE CONWAY busily cleaning house, Arriving
at the Fullerton farm, we notice it is one of the prettiest farms in this part of the
country, We learnfrom them that JERRY MILLER and the former JACKIE COOK also
have a farm home near Alba. Our curiousity as to how they are making out gets the
better of us and we head for Alba, Upon our arrival they inform us that little Junior
is now in the first grade at Alba where MAX PAGE is now teaching,
Sincerely, The snoopers of the Class of '50
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THE PROFESSOR GOES HAYWIRE
Scott Bunting, a young professor . .
Lucinda, his stern
aunt . . .
Katie, his gentle aunt . .
Froggy, his pal .
Taffy, the terrible
Dean Farrell, her
Ellice, a charmer
Abby, a silly miss
Russ, a student .
Warren, a college
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Hannigan, a city photographer .
Socko, a boxer . .
Jennie, the maid .
Mrs. O'Brien, a visitor .
Millie . .
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. . Lois Bennett
. . Jerry Brown
. Beverly Williams
. . Bill Dodson
. . Jackie Cook
. Wanda Bennett
. . . .Max Page
. . . Charles Honey
.' . Charles Moss
. Don Witherspoon
. . Irene Blotter
. Shirley Bowman
. . Letha Lawrence
. Freida Minkler
. Anne Oliver
. Roberta Hood
. Carol Gunlock
. Don Fullerton
. Cecil Hamilton
. . . Bill Allen
. . . .TohnRider
. .Lawrence Howard
. Mr. Overman
. Martha Heger
STANDING: MR. OVERMAN-DIRECTOR, ROBERTA Hoon, CHARLES JOHNSTON, CHARLES HONEY, JERRY MILLER
MELVIN RECTOR, LAWRENCE HOWARD, JOHN RIDER, BILL DODSUN, INIS CRUTCHER, PAT WEZESE. SLATED
IRENE BLOTTER, ANNE OLIVER, LETHA LAWRENCE, DOLORES SPENCER, MAX PAGE, FREIDA MINKLER, KATH
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CARROLL RAY JONES, BUFORD SILVEY, JAMES HART. MIDDLE ROW: RUBY GARBER, JANICE JOHN-
STON, DARRELL MINK, HARL RAY JARMIN, MRS. JENKINS KTEACHERJ, KAYE FULLERTON, LETHA
HOOG, JOHN ADAMS, LEON CHIDESTER, TROY HOLLAND, SALLY Fox. FIRST ROW: JANE HARROLE,
MARY BLOTTER, ELLORA FAYE GARRISON, SHIRLEY ANN MAPLES, MAUDETTA GRAY, SHIRLEY ANN
BLEVENS, AURA GRAHAM, GLENDORA LAMB, KABSENTJ NORMA OGLE.
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BACK ROW: CHARLES AOEE, MARILYN BREEDEN, LEONA JARMIN, EUGENE FORSYTHE, MARY KIRK,
JENNA STORM, CLETIS BOYER, EMMITT HENDERSON, MRS. MCCLANAHAN cTEACHER,, GAROLD DODSON.
FIRST ROW: HERMAN PASSLEY, MARION GARRISON, FLOYD GARBER, WAYNE WELCH, PATRICK SMITH,
PEGGY STOCKTON, NANCY DALE.
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BETEBENNER, FERN CHIDEGTER, NORMA SMITH, JERILEA PASSLEY, JUANITA RANDALL, MILDRED
HAMILTON, DOROTHY LEMASTERS, HELEN WATTS, VALERA FLESHER, DONNA SIDENSTRICKER, TREVA
WELCH, WANDA BENNETT. MIDDLE ROW: MRS. DALE, FREIDA MINKLER, BETTY LEGGETT, MARILYN
MILLER, DGLLY MINKLER, IRENE CONWAY, HAZEL LEE, VIRGIIIIA LEMASTERS, ELEANOR MILLER,
LOIS GILLARD, SHIRLEY DODSQN, MAVIS BOWERS, SHIRLEY BAKER, IRENE BLOTTER, ROSEIIARIE
LEGGETT. FRONT ROW: TWYLLA WINGHESTER, DORIS BUSBY, KATHLLEN CGSSEY, MARTHA HHGER,
DORIS WARDLOW, LETHA LAWRENCE.
BACK ROW: EMILY RAE, SALLY Fox, JAMES HARP, CHARLES ASEE, SHIRLEY POTTS, FERN I
CHIDESTER, DoNA HITCHCOCK, JERILEA PASSLEY, JERRY HATHCOQK, RONNIE QNEY, PHIL I
LOCKHART, KAY FULLERTON. MIDDLE ROW: NANCY DALE, MARILYN BREEDEN, JIMMY DODSONI
PHIL HENDERSON, GERALD DODSON, EMMITT HENDERSON, GEORGE WEEKS, LETHA Hooc, .
DARRELL MINK, JACK PETITTE. FRONT ROW: LOIS GILLARD, ELLORA FAYE GARRISON, I
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ELEANOR MILLER, EVELYN WEAVER, LUIS GILLARD, VIRGINIA LEMASTERS, SALLY GILLARD, LDRAINE
LEE, SHIRLEY POTTS, HAzEL LEE, BETTY EPPRIGHT, DORIS ANN WARDLDW, ILLA ALLEN, FERN
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MARVIN HOWARD, DON WITHERSPOON, BOB RIDER, JOHN RIDER. FRONT ROW: GEORGE RANDALL, LOYD
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September 23 Mindenmines 12 0
September 30 Jasper 20 0
October 6 St. Agnes 7 6
October 18 Riverton 7 21
October 21 Webb City "B" 26 0
October 28 Greenwood 12 39
November 1 Carthage "B" '4' 6 20
November 4 Weir 48 12
November 10 Webb City "B" 4' 14 Z8
November 11 Seneca 6 13
November 18 Mulberry 19 0
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BILL Doosow, MAx PAGE.
LEFT TO RIGHT: PATSY STORM, UOLORES BOYER, JACKIE Coow, SHTRLEY BowMAN, IRENE BLOTTER, DORIS
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School openedwith 132 pupils en-
rolled, New teachers are: Mr.
Williams, Commerce 3 M r, Arthur,
Industrial Artsg M1-, Mericle,
Music and Band.
Class Officers were elected.
Cheerleaders were chosen.
Teachers Reception, given by the
P. T. A.
First edition of the 'Chatters'.
Senior Class hayride.
Freshmen and Sophomore party,
Class Queen and King elected.
Junior Class Party.
Queen and King contest started,
Juniors ordered their rings.
School Carnival, Seniors Won
Queen and King contest.
Annual conference of Sub-District
Future Homemakers of America.
P, T, A, play 'Mountain Justice. "
Football and Basketball Queen
Football Queen crowned at Mul-
Senior Class sponsored skating
party for everyone.
Girls defeated P, T, A. womenin
Juniors received class rings.
KFSB Talent Contest began.
Sheldon girls defeated Alba girls
P, T, A. Puppet Show.
JuniorClass Play, 'The Boarding
House Reach". Band and Glee
Club made first- public appear-
Senior Christmas party.
Backto schoolagain. Seniors re-
ceived class cards.
P, T, A, womendefeated girls in
Won First place in Lockwood
Valentine Sweetheart was elected.
Senior lockers arrive.
Won First place trophy in Tri-
County Tournament at Seneca.
P. T, A, Founders Meeting,
Style show by Home Economics
girls. Valentine Sweetheart
Won Second place trophy in Sub-
Regional Tournament starts.
Speech plays. 'The Tiger's
Claw", 'The Man Who Came
Back' and 'City Slicker and our
F, H, A, Conventionat C olumbia,
Senior play, 'The Professor
Goes Haywire ". Senior Trip.
Seniors are out of school for
School is out!
Alba, Missouri Carterville, Missouri
Phone 12 Phone 9636
GROCERIES - MEATS
FROZEN FOOD LOCKERS
Processing -- Pork -- Beef -- Lamb -- Poultry
THE EMPIRE DISTRICT ELECTRIC COMPANY
To the 'Class of 1950
HEDGE - LEWIS
Webb' City, Missouri
For Better Quality in Jewelry
At Lower Prices
406 Joplin Street
Tl-IE CRESCENT CLEANERS
For Better Appearance
120 North Webb' Street
Howard P. Martin, Manager
Webb City, Missouri
For Complete Satisfaction
Webb City, Missouri
"For Better Feeding"
We Pay Full Market Price
For All Grains
NORRIS GRAIN CO.
Webb' City, Missouri
Webb City's Big
.TARMIN'S HARDWARE AND LUMBER CO.
CHAPMAN and FOLLMER
McCormick - Deering
Repairs and Service
To the Class of 1950
., . 1 ,N
D BEST WISHES ----
Webb City, Missouri
CONGRAT ULATIONS ----
To our Students and
Teachers for a fine scho
BEST WISHES ----
To our class of 1950. May success follow you on your
Voyage through Life.
Dr. Glenn R. Oney
Congratulations to our Stu
dents and Teachers.
Always Fresh - At Your Grocer
a ' ousAuo1 'Q .
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KX IS C..
f' 00000 BREAD 0 0
JOHNSON CHEVROLET COMPANY
D. M. Johnson, Manager
Authorized Sales and Service
Phone 129W Jasper, Missouri
HARDWARE - FERTILIZER - FIELD SEED
OWEN SALVAGE COMPANY
H. W. Owen, Manager
Dealers in Scrap Iron Metals and Used Cars
Highway 66 Phone 4804 Carthage, Missouri
"Why Not Train for Business"
Joplin Business College
The School of
407 Pennsylvania Phone 3266
400 FIREPROOF ROOMS
Banquet Hall - Ball Rooms
H. R. Nash, Manager
BRAND'S GENERAL STORE
Neck City, Missouri
D. C. I-IOUSER
COMMUNITY DAIRY PRODUCTS CO.
1027 West Fourth Street
Special attention given Phone 5641
Office 139 Residence 153 Ice Cream
WATKINS FURNITURE AND APPLIANCE
South Side of Square
Dodge Job Rated Trucks
s 0 ,
North Main at A Street Phone 912
Greetings to the old home town
Pasteurized Dairy Products
and Ice Cream
Elliott's Modern Dairy
511 Lyon St. Carthage, Mo.
You're always welcome
The Friendly Department Store
Lewis Implement Co.
John Deere Farm Implements
112 N. Main St. Phone 2324
CARTHAGE EVENING PRESS
The Family Paper
Covering Eastern Half Jasper County
1882 - 1950
67 years if Progressive Service is your
Guarantee of Service, Equipment, and
Merchandise at a Saving.
KNELL MORTUAR Y
Phone 2105 Carthage, Mo.
"The Radio House"
L. C. McKenney J. J. Daly
Manager Sales Manager
Webb City Daily Sentinel
The Wise Buyers Guide
Hal M. Wise, Jr., Publisher
Calhoun - Putnam Lumber Co.
All Kinds of Building Material
and Shelf Hardware
Neck City, Missouri
343 South Main Street
Congratulations to the
Class of 1950
G.isel's General Store
PAINT WALLPAPER GIFTS HOUSEWARES D' H'
D AVI S PAIN T
Independently Owned and Operated
High Grade Gasoline and Oils
2z:H?"i:T'l5'f,2'N ""'lSv?N':PP Office 301 E. Broadway
Phone 9627 Webb City Mo
WEBB CITY BAN Reynold,s
Webb City, Missouri
Appliances - Hardwaie
"The Friendly Bank"
Federal Reserve System
Ulmer Funeral Home
THE JO .
Webb City, Missouri
For School Ek
For Reasonable Prices
Lou G. Jones,
Sr. , Proprietor
J. W. Hart, Druggist
The Penslar Store
JOHNSTON - ARNCE - SIMPSON
MOR T UAR Y
26 SO. R oane
Webb City, Mo.
Mink Service Station
Tires, Batteries, Accessories
Phone 50-W Alba, Mo.
Western Auto A
Davis Tires, Wizard Batteries
webb city, Mp.
BRADBURY-BISHOP DRUG CO.
Deep Cut Prices Daily.
Reliable Prescription!" our Motto
Webb City, Missouri
JASPER FIRST N
Need Help? Then see Jasper First.
If it can't do the job
as well forget it for
Yes, Jasper First is
money problems or
advice and help.
Just ask you neig
for you, you just
it can't be done.
the answer to all
for just friendly
hbor . .
Webb City's Big
Lincoln -- Mercury
'Wilson Motor Company
ROBERTSON TYPEWRITER C0. COL. CHARLIE CI-,UBB
R emington-Rand Products
Cafes or Antiques
Phone 3915 50.7 S. Main
423 S- Main St- Carthage' MO' Carthage, Missouri
Henry Getz Service .Station
Goodrich - Silvertown Tires
and Tubes, Mobilgas, Mobiloil
Willard Batteries Kz Accessories
Phone 3-2 Purcell, Mo.
Body and Fender Work
C. N. GEARHART
Successor to McDonald 81 Stephenson
Suite 201-202 Frisco Building
Furniture of Quality
North Side of Square
JASPER IMPLEMENT COMPANY
, Phone 47
- Parts and Services
Phone: 72 Webb City, Missouri
Walter Willis, Owner
Body Shop and Painting
Fairlawn Drive - Optional 71
fhe Joplin Globe Publishing Co.
The Sun Rises with the Globe
and Sets with the News - Herald
"See Us After the Game
BOOTS DRIVE-IN, INC.
R. 8: S. Motor Sales Co.
Joplin -- Carthage
Independent Gravel Company
Phone 249, L.D. 27 Joplin, Mo.
Producers: Agricultural Lime
Stone, Joplin Flint Chat, Flint
Abrasives. Flint Sand, Crushed
8z Ground Limestone, Dolomite
Expert Guaranteed Repairing
Webb City, Missouri
Woodwork - Truck Bodies
1201 Wall Joplin, Mo.
Sharp 8z Selvey
Successors to Teeter Bros.
Furniture - Funeral Service
Phone 10 Jasper, Missouri
Swadley Grocery .
Bank Cafe . . .
Hogan Drug Co. . .
Frisco Coal Co. .
Carlson Seed Co. . .
Tinsley Agency, Realto
The Switzer Printing C
Webb City Bank. . .
Dr. E. N. Garrison, Optometrist . .
The Corner Book Store
Empire Garage . .
Crow1's Jewelry Co. .
Scafe Mercantile Co. .
Fe-rree's Florist Shop
Ernie Williamson Musi
L. G. Balfour Company
. . Alba,
The ALBAMO Staff has reached their goal in
completing the 1950 annual. This goal has been attained
by working together under the patient and able guidance
of our sponsor, Miss Martha Hyde. Our thanks to you,
Miss Hyde! Our thanks also to: -
Mr. Perl Dunn, who handled the financial matters.
The advertisers, who so generously backed us.
The entire student body, who worked and played
together to make this a year never to be forgotten.
Our sincere thanks - - - The Editor
'A little work, a little play
To keep us going--and so good-day!
A little warmth, a little light
Of love's bestowing--and so, good-night.
A little fun, to match the sorrow
Of each day's growing--and so, good-morrow!"
ERS -by-L7 YEARBOOKS
MYERS AND CO INC TOPEKA KANSAS
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