American Fork High School - American Yearbook (American Fork, UT)

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If iT conTains a sparlc of The happi- ness ThaT was ours during This year, Then iT will always be alive - a chronicle oT our school days. To you who have made possible This ex- ciTing school life and school spiriT, we ded- icaTe The l94O-4I American, hoping ThaT iT will always be a parT oT you Through all The glorious years To come. HQWL 77144, JW WWMMW My EQCUL.. M7 ' fa .L Fi, A -lf ' 44 J M W ' ,, sfwiwoffvyhglygg vim? WWW Published by Associa'red Siuclenfs of ' American Fork High School American Fork. U+ah wgfgff W 22'- JKZZMWL W Wfffif I9 1 l X! ,f Shih I vi'-. R N , 5' . ' 'b 'Tir flu f -ZFX? xv g in ,Q 'i2 f- Wf' WW W ff ' W, W wi, 1Qff9MW'4JU . WWA W W M Classes Actzvztzes A th letics G x 3 I WW WW' jfwf WWW JWQWd W ,9Wy!d!f7zZ,fjfJ M MW M in 3 -A' . fa as 11: A . 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The sound of snow crunching under TooT and The whisTling oT The wind . . . who could ask Tor more cherished memories? --x s e. mix ' x 'x - - 4'-.Q . -1 . is 1 iii if ? , fi f'5v' 'fi 511' i1'.T.i fam nl i 4, ,. fir 'll li 4 F 7? Q s Our Plein cipczl C Jessie M. Walker . . . loyal and sieadfasi direcror and Jreacher . . . worn by ihe cares and problems of school life . . . a leader of unusual abiliiy . . . our Troubles he makes his own . . . our Triumphs he shares wiih pride . . . a man whose word means law, yer whose kindly aiiilude ol helpfulness loward us all has made This year compleie. FacuHy Q To our ever devoied lacully who have nuriured us . . .saiisiied our whims . . . carried us ihrough diiliculiies . . . always ready lo accepi our Troubles . . . porfraying 'rrue leadership and characler lrails . . . prepared 'ro leach wisdom and viriue io all . . . lriends unsurpassed in generosiiy and wisdom . . .encouraging . . . uplifring . . . guiding . . . 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Utah State 1 Agricultural Col, ,Q X Y- 'H . L .fr 4 'W ,lf I ,mm .1-ee -calf ,4,, '3 A' if r- +4- , Q fq I 1 03 " ps Lpff Leo B. Nelson Manette Egbert Norman B.Wing Mariorie Merrill James W. Phillips D. Grant lngersoll Phys. Ed., Science Domestic Science Science. Mathematics Physical Education Mechanical Arts Physical Education X Brigham Young Uni. University ot Utah Brigham Young Uni. Brigham Young Uni. Utah State Brigham Young Uni. Agricultural Col. E- Ray Qardner Orval Gunther Helen Parlner Lillian Hogan Lester Norberg SBIUINGFV . Social Science Segrefary Librarian Seminary Brigham Young Uni. Brigham Young Uni, Brigham Young Uni. University ot Utah- 7 'qv J, lm-, A s W ,N -- H i .5 ' . ,. Q. -.I wa, Faculty Lzfe Teachers have a hilarious lime? . . . well, iusr look for yourself . . . human beings even as you and I . . . how 'lhe ofher half lives . . . all posed and ready . . . looking for some- ihing? . . . kid's play. Marg .... Oh! Oh! we must have come in al fhe wrong momenl' . . . regular guys! cedar bark? . . . don'+ work 'foo hard, A. B .... Oh! for some wafer . . Wafch out K. J., "Hap" looks clesperaie . . . Rollo, do you siill have fo be fed? . . . ihe laiesi addiiion 'io ihe Waclley home . . . you name if . clon"r we have fun. 8 l 1 WWW sw wwiif f1'ijf,MiQi9W p Student y -if-1 .A - ,-fe e Government iw. . 5 Xlellel we 0 Presidenf, Jared Keller: An individual we are proud fo look up fo as our leader . . . a friend fo all . . . modesf and reserved . . . his one desire is fo please . . . a swell person . From lefi fo righh froni row: Miss Sowarcls, Jared Keller, Miriam Young, Fae Singlefon, Vie Greenwood, Jacl: Birlr, Mr. Holmsiead. Second row: Howard Gordon, Keifh Smifh, Joan Green, Josephine Roundy, Bill Ellison. Ramon Dean, lrvin Cl-Lipman. Helen Carlisle, Julius Haggard, Eliza- befh McAllisier, Mary Holmsfead. Third row: Clyde Richins, Virginia Larsen, Paul Shelley, Mary June Phillips, Slewari Adamson, LaVerl Whifby, Helen Chadwick, Charlofie Chipman, Max Ed- wards, Al+a Dundsdon, Fred Wright, Helen Adamson, Beula Sfrong, Earl Holmsieacl. miriam I Did you ask who s ved The of fhe school. . pafrol- led fhe halls? . . . if is fh sfudenf cabinef . . .found in Room No. 24 weekly discussing problems of uf- mosf imporfance . . . composed of fhe presidenfs of each horne room . . . presidenfs of classes . . . sfuclenf body officers . . . 9. gigs 'fig Represen tatzve Boy C Junius Reynolds . . . our represenralive boy . . . scholar . . . inregrily . . . nor lacking keen humor . personalily clwaraclerizes The higlwesl ideals . . . a s+ar debafer . . . fennis player . . . drama'ric abilily very fine-porrrayal of olcler clwaraclers excellenr . . . cle-'rermina'rion 'ro succeed . . . a qualily fha? is a valuable as Jr ' se ...a True frnend . .. if 1 i v 1 -fir ,M ' A --154' -51: ,f V A ' ' 'vnrei-'ffeih . 11.f -.1 fs 2 .Y ' 4 " SGH? ,:,L,f'f . ,A X-4""','-. 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'rwo . . . ihree in all . . . filled iheir posiiions fo uimosf abilily . . . worked cliligenlly . . . progressively , . . cooperaiively I . . senior class has been proud fo have 'lhese energeiic siudenis as class officers. Sophomores Presidenl' - - Julius Haggard Vice Presideni - Lynn Clark Secrefary - - Eugene Varney Small . . . bul' growing up . . . limid 'and frighiened . . . beginning of ihe year. . . losi grade school faciics . . . slaried lo acquire The paliern of men and women ...a desire of our life . . . lo aHend high school . . . marching onward jogelher. - 'N H ,.,, Seniors Joyce Abel l+'s nice lo be nalural when one's nafurally nice. Befh Ann Allen Always expecfing ihe unex- pedred. La Rae Adamson Vivacious-wilh a never failing reparlee. Sfewarf Adamson l'm a handsome man. bu? l'm a gay cleceiver. Harold Anderson Capable, independenl and reserved. BeH'e Barralf A smile for everyone i s her specially. Mildred Baie .L vyi ,NJN W r ,x ,L .i .-1,5 li 4 J. ,X ...- H., -f i Wi v 'J Q 'ihiilzixl ' if-.Sa i' Q L, "',",-, " .i . i -.7V Fe': A .. Rufh Burch A li+He b'+ if Elroy Bezzanl A bil of an eniqrna lo everyone and ever fhin Y gr. excepl' his barifone horn. i o fun always lurking benealh fhe sur- face. Meficulous Mildred! reserv- ' cl e and undeviafing from her goal. 1 Harold Ashfon A sly humor hides Thai which is invaluable. Theron Beck l'm quiel-'Tis because I scheme: Of life l'll build a marvelous dream. 1 , Il-mem., NlXlXCk.,e 1 Q xy K - . .T .V or R , .gy . X .id Exjoli-:-f'..A.aLygTs'-J 'C-Q112-di-L' -,RR X.v.'rk.1l.osL W-'3JieYg..a.N-an ls 'Q-,0's.k:, h JJ I v Ne-xxx:-g. Wuxi?-.l3Q' .fwu.u...v-.z.e.,- ,fx,NL..,wQf'q, g',.Ikg.1:,,,',l!faK:.- Senzors f2.,...,.,., M -T, W -- Ravphaf-Tn-H , X.. X V it x "' " '-J" ThrifTy, economical, and Q ibk.i,u..,g3,g,.Qh,- 7 V Q. I hard working - enviable lu. ' M' AU- cha ra cTerisTics. , .l .IV l.ls..3ls1....fc.:,,,. -1-N Reuben Buhler WhaT! resT and shade so cool? Then a TwiTTle To books and school! Helene Chadwick Righl' on The Threshold of life . . . climb high. climb Tar, your goal The sky. your aim The sTar. BeTTy ChrisTiansen DiTTiculT To geT acquainTed wiTh. buT once a friend, al- ways a Triend. LynnCameron IT's good To be merry and wise: iT's good To be hon- esT and True. Irvin Chipman A liTTIe nonsense now and Then. plus The virlue of an honesT man, "This mill- ooncl kid." if Virgie Clarlt ' Bashful. buT sTaTely and Tall ' as she moves wiTh The Throng. Dolores Cunningham Her voice is as golden as her hair. Myron CrysTal l'm relega+ed To limbo. Tor l'm The prize imp. f l ..--.. A V. 7 T- " V W AlTa Curzon graceful. 9 T. . ., . ilaiif i Y W- T '. is ,.,-. . .. .sl .fi I ' A : l L.a-.il - i f,. ' AlThough she's sTudious and reserved. she's surpris- ingly liThe, supple, and James Curzon a-.5 . 'N-. . . ' I Q l .g M up X 4 Always willing To lend a helping hand. Dear old A. F. H. S.. ma The devoTees of The "Re and WhiTe" in all The yea To come. be as loyal To y and love you as much as d The class of '41, As we recall The impor anT happenings oT The pa Three years. iT is wiTh reluc ance ThaT we musT pa Trom Them. Upon enTerin high school as sophomor our iniTiaTion was raTher s vere, buT iT sTarTed us o wiTh a desire To conquer. Y E s juniors we fell iheiim- ing force fo do 'lhln95 h culminaled in our ward" Junior From. We lhai il never has been agggd by any olher class. ow we musl wrife "Fin- lo our high school ca- . We hope 'lhal' each he classes on Their way ard will cherish ihe ories of lhe "Red and He," buf we musl' now you adieu. Sfella Day Serene and paiieni. ever ready l'o sparkle af ioy. Ardell Dean Senzors School. work, and Rex! My whal' a busy girl. Clifford Dean '- Being handsome and ralh- er on 'rhe manly side he has a way wilh-a lrumper. Alla Dundsdon earlh. Don Devey A bil devilish. buf allo gelher a iolly good fellow. Her hearf is as far from fraud as heaven is from Verna Durfee ff, l je- .A K .mwz All-so i , ,ff l. :A ,j grjf - Al.,-31' 1 iq siif l ie f' -' I :Wi - 'a eiifiii? E- Johnny Gammell I loved my sludies: l ador- ed my ieachers! Vivian Green Her modesfy is a candle fo her meri'l'. ll' may be said of her lhal Cupid ha'l'h clapped her on ihe -shoulder. Waller Durranl He's a dime's worlh of somefhing-known only lo God Bob Earl Will someone please 'lell me when a boy becomes a man? Wilma Fredericlrs A sense of humor mid a pleasanl clisposilion rf 2 , , T Senzors xg, Elma A pe'rii'e liH'le miss, fern- inine 'rhrough and ihrough. U, ' y.- . 7.7, tr 'N' 1 Max Edwards "Handsome is as hand- some does." and he does. Vie Greenwood Leo Edwards Nolhing can be losi by ialcing my lime. 'll-Oil." says The proverb, "is lhe sire of lame." Shirley Healey A buxom miss! gay and ir- responsible bui' irresislibly human. Bill Ellison Ri hil named righlly bal- Q Y - . anced - in facl a righl l qood guy. Bob Giles A privafe life is all his ioy. f Beify Housfon "Drink io me only wilh 'rhine eyes, and I will pledge wifh mine." Hunfer Howard Gordon Who could help buf him? like r -1' 4 Q 4 5 , AF 2 ' -,511- . 'A J ' - rv an k 7? Q' 'Q ! fm I N, , 5, 1 H , T, fr I I Lorraine Hansen In her dress she's always neat her personalify re- served and sweef. Leslie Grosbeclr Did someone say work? waler runs :lee Belly Jol1 nson l-le' r eyes as slars of I, . . 'rwi- .ghl fair: lllce lwlliglml, loo. her cluslcy lwalr. V 1 IQ Earl Holmslead H ln ce as e pleasanl wif, and loves a 'rlmely iolce. P. Flowa Ingram VI acfous and subcluecl. Energelic Gene Haag I know wlwal palhway lead lo ' s popularnly. Bo bl"als'lrom Give me a land llmafs far away ancl a slup lo me H1 Elaine Larson A quiel lilll e girl wilh a quiel' lillle way. .Ma y Rene Marsh A hearly la gh and a pleasanl smile are ever her conslanl companions F arrel Hansen l-lls manly vouc b e espealqs manl cl' y eeds. Gordon Hawluns O Elaine Miller Eager lo work a lo please. 2 --x'4l , .1 - f :if l f 'Q l fl 'f gl I gy , Q- ' J- M Wxx 1 Y li 1 ' "" "'- fig' wp . 1 Ft l- ' 1 4 Norma Hunfer Shy and loving. Seniors Alan Hunfer He siays close To home and Rurh. if 'W .. s - Jared Keller I 1 " --x Air. , His way of life is ever a . pleesanf one. our "peer grxgwg' laureafef' 9 , 3 ff ' .-:ss haunt' i ' I Til, ' . , Rufh Nielsen ,V Ru+h's like Renfrew: she gl?l3fl 1ilV , - 1 til'-liggfi , ,Q ' 90+ he' man- Eflif . . sans +v-ur'-4'-f'w f : ,V 1 uJ :-gel eye '- ' ll -, : . fa-izyiug, Elaine'Nicl1oles "A rhing of beaufy is a ioy forever." li Don Kir Full of fun. erighr sludious boy. once he's begun. Merlin Larson He's very shy. yer a beiler example of a genrleman would be hard lo find. Rufh Parker Devolion personified. Virginia Pererson She spoke nor a word more Than was needed-sweeh ness needs bui' few! Reece Nash "Lel' ihe world slide. ler ihe world go." a as ,. 5? -fi 'C '2' June Pererson Jusl' a dreamer, aren'+ we all? 1 Byron Pecrol Cheer up!-'lhe world is fhine for ihe asking. Sfay wlih your books and work 1+ will be ihe besi' in Bouqueis 'io Leah for her immorfel porrrayal of Hil- Senzors Francis Peferson A heari of gold and a cle- sire io please. Junius Reynolds "And siill The wonder grew - how one small head could carry all he knew." Helen Pefl' A coy blond, irresisiible hairs. Boyd Medlin A sfill fongue and a smile for everyone.. Bruce Nilsson "Give me buf resi, for resr io me is all." Maxine Richins Her deep brown eyes are a magnei 'lo many a man's hearf. Mildred Richards Whaf would w ' wifhoui' her? Gene Parker . So unoffensive, buf noi' in- 3 effecfual. I 2 Elmer Pulley Who knows? ,Z Q31 Mary Robinson "A ripple of dimples fhaf dancinq meer by 'Phe 1 curves of a perfecl' 1 mou'rh." ,. fc A . Paul Robinson Seniors Siegmuncl Robinson Can I help il because Commercial L a w COITIGS riqhi aiier dinner? Irene Shelley Eugene Roberfs A silenl' parfner, l A peliie liille miss whose radianf smile and sunny disposiiion m a ln e s l i f e worfh while. Jean Shipley Versalile. indispensable. Wendell Smifh Grendel ihe Greer-sim clenl' ienacious, +ypis'r de- luge. Thomas Shaffer A 'fellow pal. Tharen Sfrong Fae Singlefon. Sober. sfeadfasi. clemure. I H sf, lv? Q. "A gracious and honesi ix W W young woman is Jrhe nob- ' , 'sa - ffl lesl worlc of God." N l -Y - - Kenhsmnh ' A LaVerl s fellow rover. Nina Sykes G53 fi' 2' ' 'zipff Fnisii :ef ,I Z 4 .5 -1.- .V VJ' ,Q ' 15:15 l ' 3 I ' 'ff' 'F Ll SCREW! 4 as s v , ' 'ff , , ' Q w as S , y L A K xr Poor Cupid is baffled here. Calvin Sfevens "Give me my boois and saddle." Barbara Taylor lnrellecfual buf feminine siill. 'ff ,xs- K Seniors Carolina Thayne With manrilla, whar a lovely senorifa. LaDell Terry "Fur" is his nickname, and his aclions iusfify such. Wendell Wafkins A disarming smile. and he I sludies-once in a while. T , ' June Thompson ' Perserverance is her recipe ' for success. Helen Wilson She's full of fun and frolic. willy and noi' melancholic. Leland Wimmer Secreiely much admired for numerous reasons. Doris Walfers 'Twas her lhinking of olhers Lhaf made you fhink of er. Gene Welsh A fine liflle fella'. LaVerl Whifby A Viking-like sailor. who mans a ship which off has shaking sails. Fred Wrighl' "Have you ever heard fhe one abouf-27" No, buf pea-ple'll hear abou? him, we'll wager. , il? '- f unions l Edna Mary Boley Norma Bowen 24 Elaine Adamson Glen Bair Harry Balh We iuniors feel 'lhaf we have comprised a very imporlanl' cog in our school mechanism. We are beginning 'ro feel +ha+ we possess 'rhe valuable irairs of dererminafion, good iudgmenf. and energy fhal go rogelher 'lo make a school year a real success. As we look forward +o becoming mighiy seniors nexl' year. il is-our one desire 'lo accomplish some- lhing worlhwhile. - Helen Adamson i BY 1 Q Y 5 . Maurice Baieman Berniece Burke A ,E h f' Q' I WAI :A Maxine Cihellon Dan Clark Carol Chrisliansen Jack Birl: Charlolle Chipman Gallle Clark ffwgfbj Qt - - PS W EQ M553 1 ' X 1- W fm, 4 gm gawk 4, fi DonaClegl1orn I " A 'la DeanCl1ris'l'enson i fx , ef' l Owen Dean ' vi ll Elaine Clemenls Q , -3 4. as x 1 ,r'w an """ N . Ramon Dean Thelma Devey , Mariorie Gaigford Max Granf Be+l1'HarfSh0fn Leona Cunningham Max Dickerson Joan Green Geraldine Green Nash Gfanl' 25 funzbrs Q,-. Wendell Hansen ' Lola Rae Healey J' N-1 Della Healey Max Hunsalzer v .N ' L:-F l Miriam Harringfon Selma Hunier Jim Ifigersoll Howard Healey Befh Holindralxe Rui-lv, Jones 26 Cafherine Lee Elizabefh McAllisfer Edwin Kirlrpafrick Pearl Mecham uniors ff K Z' lllll "ZR '.'5' "' , l1dFl9SL8 er , ii "il V aurelxiller i + i Meinl ,fe 7, ,Qs VMJMU !,L,9,uL axfield i Merrill Preslon Gwen Nelson Sydney Nicholes Jack Procfor 1. .5 f ix ' l V ill: Q '?,Q V Aflon Pulley Hanna Reimschiissell Merrill Roberfs Josephine Roundy Qii i U V ,lg , i ' W li' 9 I S U Maurine Spafford Cecil Shoell funiors Ted Tomlinson Edifh Richins W Q9 M5544 ,J ,7paBJ+h ,WJ M 7. 4,,,W Zm?2w aww. Qiffizaj -'yfwytvf ' L. .. R 4. I ,gr I Z I A Roxie Sirong Fern Walker Irene Thrasher Dick WBITOH .2 'gf 1 3 Q 7 ' V M Xi . Edna May Wii-son Miriam Young A3 Edclus Abel Marna Bailey ' LaVon Benneil Maybelle Beck ii in V Q ' E' V Q Cleone Beck ' 5' fs l V . L A' 3 Lili' Dean Bennefl' 5 V A- V , a K' 4 h I. e ff ' ,,, Louise Chrlsiensen I E I! U 'Q Kalhleen Brewer , r ,.., V w -'F ' ll?" r l J 1 B .f 1 Helen Carlisle W Delberl' R.Cl1ipman ' - H, ,-3' rd!! funzbrs Doroflmy Clark Edna Chipman Frank Ellis Lorraine Draper wr u E Q, Q " r r -if I If -0, I Li .E , , ,f M5114 A 1 ,al ,es .sophomores K . X , f rr. " ni . " ,, ' I g by . so r' E ' . 9' ' . E -.94 -1 1 1 Berniece Chaclburn Charles Cool: Evelyn Cunningham Harold Ellison J, .,. g 5 fr. 3 .E', ECE o f 6:1 V we er 5. X2 Donna 'D F W ' GH-' I V f , . 'f 4 sg' fa ' , 'J' ' 'idli- Gordon 41 N fl 'aw if ,A , I-12.1 124 so s 1' ' 3 'fl' s - M. .IM f r 4' o r -5 , Befffe Gaisford DeVerl Garliclc David Green Mary Holmsfead E'Loyce Hansen Paul Edwards We know 'rhal we are small acorns, buf iusl give us a lilrle more 'rime and we will develop inro miglmfy oaks. As we have been passing lhrouqh flue acorn slage. we have been nuriured along by flue sunny smiles of Hfue upper classmen and faculiy. Now we are beginning 'ro sproul oul' in dilfereni' fields fo make our upper classmen proud of us. Our morlo will be: "Onward fo bigger and beiier iuniors and seniors." Virginia Larsen Julius Hoggarcl Dee Hunier Elma McDaniel Norma Parcluhn Elroy Lampl1 Douglas Nash Lois Lynch , Y- - , , sg? V - .4 f ill i i A f-+ - in . , J L M' S . 'N'1ifV,,x l l " , . , wm1,'m,, f ' A 1 ,.:, , A ,, V !:"W' " , . Q '- , Y av 17-5. . I ' ' 'M Ax l 'U 'Q' :ill . i I 'I 'a ip i -V .-.H ll' 1 ,-4' ,Jin f ' 4fEEufV ' r Jay Holclsworflx 'V 5 V ' Y 'ffiff' V i ' ,.,' ' Q ,, A .31 E . ix " A Dolores Hansen ' ' 5 H ,X l .3 A ' A1 ilk l' W i H - Y A , 1 Sophomores ff. ' ' W ., pi 1 1 Q "4 R .Q ..,, , , : 'Q' - " ' ' A 1 l I Hal P eacoc lr Jean Parker Mary June Phillips Gwen Presfon 4, 432237 Beih Ovard Darrel Rhodes Doroihy Peck Paul Shelley r .55 -'UH' if-:Rx lfl ,gh "" .4-4 "WD" 17" Anja. vw: ""' HIP' Ll? " Tin xi .4 -V " ll a '17 W H A V' . i - "Ei lb 1 jg ' 'xl il .J . , F, HFQEX i r , A 1 'm:1:"s- I, 4 I1,,f'.f .1Al'l Q "', lf- J it P M . , 4 ' 1 . ff Sp , A, 1 'Q . .43 . , Mn ,Q I -LV " il' A I JI ', ' 1 r .ee ji ,ru A ,A ' .3 K 1 q,.f,N . . n il ' - . 1. jig, I , In ' V V I ' I I Ll I- - ' T fl-if ' V 'V , r . . ' I ' -81 I- . , 5, ', 7 ' ' 1 1 ggi., L yy ,Z I . I L' , ' P. I 1 . , ,. - V- - It . N 5, . " -. y '46-Q fn, '1 . . , , , rv AA .4 U . - .4 Y -jf F ' L f 7 Bill Sykes Margarei Friday .fe Y I 5 .1 'Q - M1 -'lf' L , - . X I Garefh Seaslrand E Y Lucille Richards 'Q 1 4:2 ' Rosemary TuHle Marvin Sfevens N a d i, i 5' Q V: V M ' 'f 7 3 all 'M as-'F ,:.' r 1 1 a -1 1' ,hx Y .zi- . Jig' M Beula Srrong 1 4 l 7 ' A V' iii if -. I!! -Q ry , ' . 'l ' s 'Fl ij' . 4 A l ,Q - Bob Walker X --" Fw l .:' F -.a he f . y, A -A . Ovecla Wrighi Q ,A gr. l ex Sopfzomores wx 0012 A T22 4 :-'Q' .ix X if wa 9 'ff' We Q x. if Nw. :N M. X f s ' , 4 . if- - , . ,f Ill. '15 N w -A. - . va- .,.,.c ,yt -. A .V :Qs 9 . .,.,.4., .-aw-,se .1-4, mv i sf t ' at H My vim Pub liccztzbns A Pts Student Lzfe Urganziations 34' A N T s E T ' ,Eff 5 i r lf' A" :V I-:gg-'.f: 'fl I V -K' w 'f' .kj l 4 "1fl. xii i 1 I 'l .3 1 'ivlfiil L . , A .' im s EDITOR . . . Mildred Richards . . . yearbook ediTor . . . undaunTed eTforTs . . . paTienT . . . perspicuous in her work . . . really versaTile . . . made This yearbook worlhwhile. Hia - -9 ifp X ' xv' ,Tk "rig, ' zF .,,, ae, " ,4 ADVISER . . . Rollo Robinson . . . yearbook adviser . . . splendid cooperaTor . . . picTure maker deluxe . . . has given advice cheerfully . . . eager To serve at all Times . . . a million Thanks Trom The American sTaTf. 1' AMERICAN STAFF . .'. Work . . . work . . . more work . . . earnesT desire To snap life and evenTs as if really happens . . . candid snaps . . . posed "shoTs" . . . sraff Thanks The sTudenTs and TaculTy 'lor Their undivided supporT . . . our eTTorT . . . Time . . . work well spenT if iT brings ioy and happy mem- ories To you. I We have ThoughT American, Talked American, and worked American since The TirsT of school in SepTernberg now, here iT is! We Tried To capTure real-life "snaps" of sTudenTs as They wenT abouT Their daily rouTine. The members oT The sTaTT have worked very hard Trying To make This year's American cliTTerenT and ex- ciTing-a real keepsake ol I94l. We exTend our appreciaTion To BeTTy Johnson, who has , helped us in The arT work. and To all Those who helped To make This book possible. We hope you'll like iT!-EcliTor. l l i Who said The yearbook sTaTT couldn'T work? FOR? .lf Alfa Curzon Belly Hqugfon May Rene Marsh Siena Day f "Take a Forkas'rer" . . . "il is free" . . . Forkasler broughl lo prominence afier several years . . . class has worked earneslly . . . edilors parlly responsible for widespread success . . . headlines . . . new books . . . Madam Nose-il . . . Yoh'a Comma Taia . . . persons of The week . . . babes of 'rhef rnonih . . . crossword puzzle . . . an excelleni paper. l V -ra l ., wi I Q Class newly esfablished this year . . . proved a success . . . reporters , Y . . . poels . . . wriiers . . . iournalisls will probably emerqe H . f r V L 'Vx fs -- N eye, . 1-i f Y ., ig W F . - 'L' 'vifg 1 , If Miss Hepworlh insfrucior . . . . . , co-worker Fronl row: Don Kirk, Belly Houston, Miss Hepworfh, Belh Ann Allen, Norma Hunter, Shirley Healey, Nina Sykes, Bruce Nilsson, Vivian Green, Elaine Miller, Rufh Burch, Rulh Parker. Second row: Jean Shipley, MeyRene Marsh, Mildred Richards, June Thompson, Wilma Fredericks, Maxine Richins, Alfa Curxon, Mary Robinson, LaRae Adamson. Third row: Sfella Day, Paul Robinson, Helen Chadwick, Tom Larsen. . . . iournalisn- loyai friend . . . teacher. i 35 V as-r 2 .,..,, , M' V , SYNOPSIS Q As George and Terry IvIcInTyre are Tossed inTo The caTaracTs OT adolescence, The McInTyre home is a dilemma. Their parenTs can help liTTle excepT To give direcTions Tor The TurbulenT course, buT These Two egocenTric youThs reiecT The advice oTTered. George and Terry s end Their Throes in compan wiTh The neighloorhoodaiellows and girls. A high poinT OT The play is reached when George is Taken To mail, buT iT is said ThaT "all ThaT begins well, ends we . "Gr'oWz'ng Pains ii CAST OF CHARACTERS George lviclnTyre ........ Jared Keller Terry McInTyre . IvIrs.McInTyre . . ProTessor McInTyre . Sophie . Mrs. PaTTerson . . Elsie PaTTerson .... TraTTic OTTicer .... DuTch . . IrvinChipman ,Q I Brian . . . La DellTerry skies Omar . . LynnCameron New Hal . .-we PeTe . . Bruce Nilsson . Iviax Edwards . Irene Shelley . . STella Day . Junius Reynolds . KaThleen Brewer . . . Jean Shipley . . . Bernice BuTTe . . . . Theron Beck Prudence . La Rae Adamson PaTTy .... Helen PeTT Jane L . . Norma Bowen Miriam . Maurine Spafford Vivian . . . Elaine Nicholes . . . BeTTe BarraTT. RuTh Nielson, John Gammell Direcied by ESSIE JANE SOWARDS Assisied by DORIS WALTERS ExTras . . "PeH"s Talring a Baci: seal!" Senior' Play "Ghost Train " 'CAST OF CHARACTERS Richard Winlhrop .... La Dell Terry Elsie Winlhrop . . Helen Pell ' Saul Hodgkin . . . Fred Wrighl Charles Murdock . . Irvin Chipman Peggy Murdock . . Belly Houslon Miss' Bourne . . A . . Jean Shipley Teddie Bourne . . Junius Reynolds Julia Price . . Barbara Taylor Herberl Price . . . Bill Ellison John Slerling . . . Gene Welsh Jackson ....... Gordon Hawkins Direcled by ESSIE JANE SOWARDS Assisled by ALTACURZON Lynn Cameron Jay I-loldsworlh STAGE HANDS Slage Manager Assl. Slage Manager Howard Healey Junius Reynolds Max Granl . Elroy Lamph . . Assl. Slage Manager . . . Eleclrician Assislanl Eleclrician Assislanl Eleclrician ' i' AN. , ' ,V .A 4 fi l T. 1 .. .1 ,, 'ue lyiffi -'Q5'L,w'2'?' ffilgli: i , Y?" If . x stiff' JM- , A, i ' 1 +5 11' sf ' fees.-g , 4M,L . z-rf-i B f' A ,. .,.. - i 'nf-if , . , sr.-L . I Q- SYNOPSIS . Rs 'lhe nighl lrain draws inlo lhe small slalion near Rockland, Maine. some passengers gel olli and lhe lrain moves on. The passengers are compelled lo wail lhe nighl lor lhey have missed connec- lion. Their nighl proves lar from ledious, lor lhis is a haunled slalion and every nighl a glgosl lrain passes, bringing dealh lo all who observe il. When lhe decrepil old slalionmasler describes lhe course ol lhis lerrilying phanlom, lhe passengers scoll. Bul all lhe phenomena occurs as lorecasl. The slalionmasler is slriclcen dead mysleriously. The sig- nal bell rings. lhe engine whislle, lhe lrain roars lhrough lhe iunclion and one who rashly gazed upon il apparenlly succumbs. Wilhoul belraying any confidence, we may grale- lully reporl lhal lwo pairs of lovers are happily reuniled by lhe, lerrors ol lhe nighl. im., 5 45 rj" Musz'c l Fes rival Q A frue presenieiion of arl' . . . arf in every sense of Hs meaning . . . unique . . . a colorful display of ar'l'is'lic abiliiy . . . musical groups have worked harmoniously fogelher . . . soloisfs l'1ave,spenl' hours in preparaiion . . . under The 'Fine direciion of our friend and direclor. Mr. Bird . . . N il . ki Q? 'I .wfi ili i i dv it L i 1 Y'f.75a'a,if 'wi 5?5?ioM '--fe 2 'nffif 5 lr 3 Dance Revue . A new and welcome addifion fo fha school program . . . graceful . . . rhyihmical walhes . . . piciuresque Jrdrigos . . . .Swedish poikas . . . Poverfy vs. Wealfh . . . Russian Cossack .. . rag dolls . . . 'iap . . . social . . . Irish folk dance . . . woman in ihe shoe . . . oogy woogy 'rap . . . Senior Hop -'ciNnERELLA's BALL-' November 29, I940 SYNOPSIS O The aroma ol delieious food . . . ban- quel commenced al 8:00 . . . .Joe Clay- son, masler of ceremonies . . . a splendid program . . .rushed 'ro "Cinderella's Ball" . . . Curr Curlis swings il . . . Senior's made debul' . . . an exciling fime . . . lel'I before The slroke 'ol Iwelve . . . modern Cinderella doesn"r lose her glass slipper BANQUET COMMITTEE . . . Bill Ellison Irene Shelley Mildred Richards La Dell Terry ADVISERS . . . Alice M. Hepworlh 40 L.J.waa1ey DANCE COMMITTEE . . . L. Whifby, N. Sykes, H. PeH. V Green, B. BarraH', B. Halsirom E. Hunier. B: Taylor, J. Rey- nolds, F. Wrighf. L. Cameron B. Johnson, A. Dean, S. Healey CLASS OFFICERS . . . President Irvin Chipmang Vine Presidenf. Max Edwards: Secre- iary, Alia Dundsdon. fri ai 'Ag .elm 95 :Z U 'ilu C SYNOPSIS I We found "Red Sails in Jrhe Sunse'r" . . . Friday. April 4 . . gay music . . . rusrle of Jrraiiing slcirfs . . . Promenade . . . spofiighi' focused on The Juniors . . . The iighfhouse . . . pier +he beaufiful decorarions . . . whai . . . golden su a grand night n added 'ro xiii. A 1 V ,4 Prom Commlffee M ir . xx 5 'R l. XXX 'Wu Uh. L 1 .,, Bases ,, .7 Yr' Q1 ' . I if ,M- in r f S ,. , I X 'J 4 ' . ' ...'. - 'gb' F' , C' wow , , ui-ss I -V - ,cave ,xo ,l 306 va 1: 52 orning affer fhe nighi' before. I The m Ship ahoy. Two love-birds. GF' 'Nd They Sjeep Student Lzfe GZ' AEHS. 'K Xxgiai If 'fag J?---1 1..- .-eff! ...I W3 L QR Y XQX, I' 1- V- t-,b , . X, , 1- gf mf 'ug .g:r.,.- ,gpm ' xl xg - - , 1 ln' ' 'F-. f I' fy Q 2, , .ak ? They Smile They Woo and when ave We? They Eaf y W y Student Lzfe at A. F H S. ' 1 1, gi ? EQSEEE 1 Sililhlfi From left to ri htzi Mr. Bird, Virginia Peterson, Laurel Miller' Mildred R' ha d M R M h Be Houston, 'Nash Grantjviary Holmstead, Norma Parduhn, Lozina Roundy, Mildred Baiez, l-larlhah.-aaimishiissrglf610:22 311:22 szsszz ,in1:::1z:"ll:.':f" ir.:Psm,F':'.1Wef"'- 'seem 2'e,:Wsec:- , . . ... Swo,eera lman,o , ' ' 'B ' Carlisle, Miriam Young, Vman Green, June Peterson? Bargara Tayldr? Y ec E le als or ob Humphnes' Helen COLOR GUARD . . Betty Barratt. La- Von Bennett, Max- ine Chelton, Gordon Hawkins, Elaine Adamson, Norma Bowen, Helen Adam- son, Fern Walker. Band I Precise . . . colorful . . 'rhal's A. F.'s band . . . added spirit io fool'- ball games . . . zesl' and p e p to baslceiball ga mes . . . brilliant marches . . . maieslic overtures . . if ' X A--f .1-5Q, L ' - ':,, 3' 4 ,ew-f F5-e , :V . ff-:T Q-1,L-.-:ef - Qrchestm I Cultural . . . pro- vided music for school productions . . . added refinement to school life . . From left to right: Mr. Bird, Betty Houston, Barbara Taylor lSecretaryl, Mildred Baie, Bernice Butte, Charlotte Chipman, LaDell Terry lPresidentl, May Rene Marsh, Harold Anderson, Douglas Nash, Darrel Rhodes, Fern Walker IDrum Maiorl, Nina Sykes, Dona Gordon, Bettie Gaistord, Margaret Priday, Maurine Spafford, Nash Grant, Dean Bennett, Max Grant, Gene Parker, Dick Walton, Bob Humphries, Edith Richan, Cleone Beck, Merlin Larsen Lucille Richards, Miriam Young, Ja Holdsworth, Tharen Strung, Mildred Richards, Max Hunsaker, Louise Christensen, Merrill 46 Rolxerts, Paul Shelley, Dee Hunter, Mary Holmstead, Kenneth Roberts, Maurice Timpson, Marvin Stevens, Bill Sykes, Elizabeth McAllister, Joan Green, Catherine Lee, Sydney Nicholas, Helen Carlisle, Irene Shelley, Elaine Nicholes, Howard Gordon, Helen Pett, Dona Cleghorn, Fred Wright, Ruth Watkins, Clifford Dean, Leo Edwards, Beth Holindrake, Geraldine Gree'n, Theron Beck, Gwen Nelson. aalies Glee Mr. Bird . . . clireclor for lhe music deparlmenl . . . has helped us over many rough spols. Fronl' row: lrene Shelley KAccompanisll, Charlolle Chipman, Maurine Spafford, Gwen Nelson, Angenelle Hampshire, Gwen Slrong, Elaine Miller, DaLorz Cunningham, Vie Greenwood. Second low: Chella Hamnell, Beula Slrong, Virgie Clarlr, Delores Bales, Louise Baleman, Maxine Chellon, Fern Walker, Dona Cleghorn, Belh Holindrake, Elaine Adamson, Edilh Richan. Third row: Belly Chrisliansen, Mary June Phillips, Virginia Larsen, Oveda Wrighl, Gayle Clark, E'Loyce Hansen, Gwen Preslon, Dorolhy Clark, Fourlh row: Rosemary Tullle, Edna Chipman, Evelyn Cunningham, Dorolhy Peck, Leona Cunningham, Doris Wallers, Thelma Devey, Helen Adamson, Joan Green, Norma Bowen, Berneice Bulle, Carolina Thayne, Roxie Slrong. Nol in picture: Lois Greening, Jella Faye Wallers, Ramah Beck, Lorraine Hansen, Elma Hunler, Rulh Jones, Leah Robinson, Fae Singlelon, Alice Bonny, Shirley Healey, Belle Barrall, Dona Gordon, Helen Wilson. I Harmony . . . unusual ariislry . . . closer conlacl wilh one anolher . . . cooperallon . . . lo make finer and beller glees . . . an hour each day of relaxalion . . . Irene and LaVon always on lhe iob . . . Male Glee Fronl row: Don Devey, Clifford Dean, Nash Grant, Charles LaFleur Waller Durranl, Alfred Davey, Douglas Nash. Second row: Farrel Hansen, Harry Balh, Reese Nash, Granl Neilsen, Bill Ellison, Gordon Hawkins, Clyde Pelerson. Third row: rvin Chipman, Bob Zabriskis, Wendell Walkins, LaVoy Shepherd, Maurice Baleman, Bob Halslrom, Owen Dean, LaDoIl Terry, Paul Robinson. Fourth row: Calvin Slevens, Dan Clark, Millon Muir, Elroy Lamph, Bill Pierce, Bob Earl. Nol in picfure: Lynn Cameron, Sherman Varney fAccompanisll, LaVon Bennell. 47 Natz'onaI Honor Society Q Scholarship . . . 'rhe aim oi ihe club . . . iniegriiy ... school leadership . . . iorch-bearer of school ideals . . . ini+ia+ion .. . goar week . , . counring windows . .. buying lunches and candyy. . . 'loiing siiclc horses . . . general nonsense . . . 'rhen final iniiiaiion . . . ,, , ,. Mg.. Q. A Ja Lufher Giddings Adviser , aa. i , X , 3 . -,I ,. . M 'ab yi K i Barbara Taylor r Ah , ' .i- , 1, 'i fi' -1 SE fr . 2535! 5 - Max Edwards I X Helen Chadwick if A TX M QK 'i i i " ' Gene Welsh , 5 r 2 ' My Alla Dundsdon A A, I S T -x - . W A Miriam Young l ' . .ae " - 1 1- ,J " is 48 Laurel Miller Vivian Green Secreia ry 'Z 6 Elaine Nicholes I A W8 N - Earl Holmsfead I 1 -Q N Si. f M, I 1 .5 A i P 1 :T . -J V' - S, ,. i 1.1 Q Alfa Curzon Vice Presideni' 1 . 'U' I Lynn Cameron VI. , El - -4' May Rene Marsh 1- 'Q , -1 " f ffl 4 'N iwyi' 1 3 4 J' Jean Shipley Joyce Abel 1?.nJ2. :'WQ 0 w Y A ,sf .i A Any Mildred Baie Junius Reynolds I lm - It f .G ' ly" ha ,A 1 f M i . - '- ' -Q ' - H. Reimschiissell ' Della Healey gr fi'.iMs ' 'J Ik Fred Wrighi' Presideni Mildred Richards Q ,-' , fl Belly Houslon V -Z hi Siella Day I , ,ip , E . f Nina Sylres Jack Birlt 1.3 ,X ' " L Lynn Cameron ii ii Presideni all - , Be'Hy Houston , . X . li A l'f . If , Gordon Hawkins Barbara Taylor Fred Wrighi' Sydney Nicholes .f-5:f,,, X o I K r ' ' l if 5 Ss EERE Shelley Vice Presideni "Z, Nash Gra nf Vivian Green . -331' ies 1 I ' Howard Gordon is., Gene Parlrer , ,Q ,V 514 I 5 A Q May Rene Marsh .H3 - 4 si ii A Us v Miriam Young Secreiary .Ai ""A G Paul Shelley Dona Cleghorn K3 Ax LaDell Terry i an L . Mildred Richards Mary Holmsiead Beethoven Club I Lend a lisiening ear io 'rhe siories of ihe masiers . . .finer and beirer music . . . a pleasure looked for- ward fo every oilrier Thursday . . . organized in our school in I924 . . . sixreen years of music apprecia- Jrion . . . a club for rhe lovers of music . . . once a member always a member . . . , 1 1 i Mr. Bird Adviser Elaine Nicholes J l v-'f . . 1 A X rl' iw . K U Dick Walion ' , . , Q-.' ". "4 ' I 4, Q -:.. Hannah Reimschiissell we - -.ar l A Bill Ellison f , A fr . y Q1 , 4 49 Nina Sylres Thespian Society I For +l'1ose inieresiecl in dramaiic work . . . new organizaiion iounclecl This year . . . formal ini1'ia'Hons . . . clwarier members . . . purpose +0 siimulalre dra- maric acfivify . . . semi-monrhly meeiings . . . in Hs infancy buf rapidly becoming an en+i+y . . Miss Sowards . . . adviser . . . her direciing and dra- maiic insiruciion I1 a v e proven valuable . . . good spori. Presidenf . . . Jared Keller V Vice Presideni' . . BeHy Housfon Secreiary . . Irvin Chipman Adviser . . . Miss Sowards Mus so 'Voir ds "I0'y,:?e, 521: is i1'L,f4-1 i ' T51 'Vv',"x1' , if - exif - 'HN . ' Ji.: L 1 , -QAEQS' ,- ' , A -ij . .liar-L 7 An.. ' I r . 'Jiri-l , , , 5-4, TUL- : L gm gg-f , ,.-- sf.- ,,,, , .I 1' , gi n 'fi' e' . 5 L i 4. ' . Vw Y .vw , ,'. V K .- y .ML ' rl L, :IV f il V Q-.' QI? ,- .S 2, , , 4, I ,Y 4' i -, Aliffaii. , e In I ' lf. o 9 I A :l flf " s I fi ol I i I o E i y 4 I l li wh: L' -3 6 A' Q is Y :N l F X is 'ill ? li' l "HQ Q a 4 I 1 ,V 1 i , r ' . Z 1 Z - J ee 'F .. i uri' Z: "ig, V V W 2 '15j:s' .. La Rae AdnrnS0l'l Jared Keller Sfella Day Irvin Chipman Irene Shelley Junius Reynolds Helen Perl' Bruce Nilsson Be'H'y Housfon La Dell Terry Alice M. HGPWOFII1 JBC!! Shipley Norma Bowen Maurine Spafford Berniece Bufie Q Doris Walfers Fred W,-ighf Kafhleen Brewer ,nn v' ees! I 1 es, , lf, M , an 1-nm. ,o',q,3',fe-'mfs' 1 k',,f'! F f rw E ,V 3 ill X ,, 59 p 9 . 1 l"' ,4 1' ll .5 ' fe 1' ,J ,,,.,f-- I Q U ,-5 YV' J, ,--V H' F Q Q H' W " u, '31 i tl Q H :li .vf -" ff: . Q - . H Q E it za '5 ,Q 43 be 14 i an sf- D' 41"-'K -1 125' i': Q" F ,pp ' ri . is 44" 175 we 1 , i iv 'ful 1 . , A ,F'g,ilne,,,4n+.-1d,, in ,i .4 1 I- 'f' fi ' 'J ' if 0 ,ff xxiw' Debate bakers? ., , .wsu meanxi ,. 554 56 ,Y-5 wwf' Xl. evgikxl O , meone Qs, we Unix' We F ' SO ryliailers QXOQY ' i -96 5 ,Came 9 .W UQ mush .Shaw 5' rea ko " Xfov u a. D 'ivanswxqhamwe deioaXZ3,,reXopxnQ Elem i 4 ujph ' 'Gavel lair-naXs - ' ' risks - ' ' i QT c4n"dr!J fine Oi . Semi' iwevSai'-lona ui? In M0906 'i .-Go ealielg ' M. S9 , . ofe ' r 1 Ai,-Lf e lf Af, ,f9".Hc,r4y'p,,.,w' ,QS W I fr 2 Lynn Cameron Semi-finalisl in Weber Tournament University of Ulah. and B. Y. U. Elizabeih McAllisi'sr "'a'A ,, 'rf i AA, . A i , gg, Mildred Richards Semi-finalisi in Weber Tournamenl Jim Ingersoll Semi-finalisi in Weber Tournamenf. Universily of Ulah Fred Wrighf Barbaraffaylor Sami-linalisi in Weber Semi-finalisf in Weber Tournameni' Tournamenf Sydney Nicholas Junius.Reynolds Semi-finalisi' in Weber Tournameni and B.Y.U. Tournamenl' J ack Birl: Alfa Curzon Junius Reynolds . manager . . . made arrange- menfs for debafes wifh orher schools . . . delivering his favorile quofaiion. "A+ rhe presenl fime . Debafe ' advisef wif. G1ad'ngS'Qxx'. . . aiwaf A iriendio CWB ' ' BU 'VB a Wixxmfa io qi 4 5, Frank row: Miidred Richards, Y-aexSinqieion, Eiaine Ciemenis, Laurei Miiieruheiry , Geraidine Green, Joan Green. Second rowz Gwen Neison, Mary Robinson, Miriam Young, Seimaj-lunker son, Loia Rae -Heaiey. Third Row: Eiaine Adamson, Leona Cunningham, Katherine Lee ' h'isseii, Nina Sykes, Eii-Labeih Miiis. Fourth row: Betty Christiansen, Heien i Eiaine Nichoies, Beih Ann Nien, Ruth Burch H iindrake, Dena Cieqhorn. Heian Adam Charieiie Chipman, Hannah Rermsc r Peki, LaRue Adamson, Eii-Labeth Mciffiiisker, Barbara Tay or, Fiiih row: Jean Shipiey,,Sieiia Day, Miss Merriii Urdyiseri, Fern Walker, Beth o Housion Ruih Parker, N- Ca VQZTQS Pre .6 O . 5' 90+ , +eaPGP - . . posfure glee Presidenf' - . Fae Sin ' 1 m On . ' . l - . . en,H,1u I eCI'e1-ary I ' - MaryR gleiiin Qlrlg mad Splc and S Slasm I . Adviser - . ' F Oblnson Whvfe C, 6 5 lovely pi , pan from he fpuffed +he ' . ,jf"Walke, Sport- FFSSQS , b ilflre . . , red bea +0 'foe :ss Merrill . OXOVCIS. " rllam. red nl, games... Y Emile . . . +OrnAa'+?5SC+acle of niafxgklngs' . . , ,ihigi esr. S and designs ' Vegmg-red and O Thos QPS . . emuniniiy ar +he qu-aidgqo insffill our f- h enfhusiasm ns of Our pe lg 1-ing spirH. - m I p..,Ch n anshlp . . .bacfjrjifffif sped ZITdP,'Ons of 6 h Sp0f"f5- ,,.,.uli4'e Norma Bowen Gayle Clark ,,f4! M . axme Chehon sc oo! and -feam I Agricullural backbone ol our nallon . . . soil con- servallonlsls . . . lulure crop rolalionisls . . . 'fillers of The good earlh . . . sowers and harveslers . . . agronomisls . . . slurdy yeomen ol The lilled sod . . . slockmen . . . dairy- men . . . farmers . . . SCO, Fro Leo P Rogl lefff Beqf' 5mffl,""0n 0 ff lfobfjlssranf' 7Po,,gA'Grri1f fag, 0 elm, Ln, Royerrn Ds Smm' 'mph 'gps' W oFFlcERs u,d.,Cl,Tg5sg,ygf aefgyf 63332 ,mf ,ea , n Roy Williamson . . . Presldeni' H clafllfennefhiIgs?gel7eg'-bflllyaxlegg John: Theron Beck . . . Vice Presidenl IS' F""'1iy211FfZilAl?q'5lgrlEa3mA1M9rrlll Thomas Shaffer, . . . Secrelary fs' Clygiklg ohalgngoh, ?:9I1l,,,,d Alan Hunler . . . Treasurer fm I-7:,YgUrr?:,j,o". gagdyf Ha Karl Adamson .... Reporier rd Pelegalph ilfeefls Dpdggf LaMar Graff . . Farm Wafchdog I Jael' gggaiygfgjf gran' O The F.F.A. is proud 'rhal Theron look sec- Firsf row:' Alma Thayne, Reed Terry, Leo Sfrasburg, Merlin Larsen, Glen Slrasburg, Reuben Buhler, Theron Beck, A. B. Allen lAdviserl. Second row: Reese Nash, Reece Chadburn, Howard Healey, LaVoy Shepherd, Karl Adamson, Thomas Shaffer, Roy Williamson, Bruce Andrews, Bob Giles. Thlrcl row: Jack Proclor, Douglas Nssh, LaMar Graff, Alan Hunler, Thomas Crooks, Mariner Mifchell. ond place in lhe re- gional conlesl held in Provo. He has helped American Fork become a Jropnolch club. 3.5 "1 ,f 4 W ri Q JF" 4 V , f 41' f , I' nl ,. .f 0016 7512 MH J x J' S' 4 ,??f.fi'Q'7 'E 4 L iw R-..,.VJ: 1.5.4, , E, 4 I ., ,, +755 5534511 ,nf N5 UW E Cagwjg "23W.,Lx,w0LQ,owoow5J.WWo' AA3 MQM1 hmomawmm 7 QL Www? mvywwm Mwgdliw Football l l Baslcetlial l Track l Girls ' Sports l' In tramurals 55 Football C Kick il' . . . caiclw il' . . . block if . . . pass ii . . . our boys play in sunshine, slush, mud. or snow . . . broken nose . . . sprained ankle . a A -N . . . cuis . . . bruises . . . who cares? . . . didn'+ win any frophies . . . l Ti made up for ii by possessing "+l1e never say die spiriJr" . regular fellows . . . praised for Hweir line cooperafion . . . clean sporismanship . . . fair play . ' -' if ' 1 Blo :iii . -- , 7 Aff' ' h Pass. Halsifom' all 'f 3 ' 3.3 all so io 53 s :Neff 2 . -wav. , rv .5 M ' fa 'S 'V aft' 56 ,i"1.-11 SX1 ' ,vi 'i'1,,. -f W -- .-If .:v... :, - -' W -ug m,ff,,,, as ff' ar wi If f. ' 4 jlgilfigbss., Hr fl ' , is . N .,1, AH " ,- -A 'iwm fmfw . ' ' 2 ' , ,,e,.Qf5m,,. ,, Ni. . .4-.,,..,-.:.,.,.. 1 ":,r":fQ'!v,' ' 'V F5'.L+:u-1, 1- 'S'-lifE:,::3. . r ' eerie:-:Egfki..Q,,fQ-"w,T:Q,,.Q3j1 ...ef'gu5-'1k,g".'--.'- ' 1 :fi V: " ff25Hfs-:Qa:,gejftv'fEifv- 3 1 . 1- :fg..L-Qffvzaaqvsf .fa-ess.,---1-3 'rf' -' Jil -23'-Y2iEf'i3E'5-is1:4352-I.2,d ' ' 4, -sf: . ' -W-me -4-M V V , f?.:-:3w5af.:1aQ-- 3 Sifanal vw' vwsf' ei! 1 Co K 'dm' on Qi We l' we ,,, ,I , . .54 -,gg ,,,5:,R,. 1,3 , i.-4:6 f., g 'Ln' 'X 1 Q '. N of ,V s r n , 1 3 4 P Froni row: Ted Tomlinson lAlhlelic Manageri, Eugene Varney, Ramon Dean, Eugene Wimmer, Edwin Kirkpalrick, Wayne Durrani, Jim Ingersoll, Myron Crysfal. Second 'rowz Glen Strasburg, Jack Coddingfon, Jack Birk, Bob Halslrom, Irvin Chipman, Leland Wimmer, Maurice Bafeman, Bill Pierce. Third row: Leo Nelson KAssis'ranf Coachl, Gene Welsh, Bill Ellison, Calvin Wallers, Leo Edwards, Millon Muir, Reuben Jeffs, Jim Nelson, Wendell Hansen, Gordon I-lawkins, Earl Holmsfead, D. Grani' Ingersoll lCoachJ. American American American American American American Q' you S 'U' 'sw Fork Fork Fork Fork Fork Fork SCORES 6 7. 27 O. 0 I2 . O 9 . I9 O. I4 O . Springville Spanish Fork Provo Lehi Pleasani Grove 4,6 Lincoln 'ff D 34" ie? kv 'WP fm M Time Y 1-963, 6 Oy: if , .S A, r .L f: Ei.: ' -lg fi . ,, , .1 .1. J 41' ' , 43" Q-g gf: 1, , Y ' 'ef 'Sf ' -2: Q' 2,2 L' 4 'if ef f'.f1j,.,,gj:.f.,,ls:35 be .1-4' Y 2 'av ,.. . '- -.,.'!f'ec2f+6:-1 '-" -' s4'?'w-434 5-'n. - "'e--,'f3a'Z,:,-mi,-:P--s, , ,,,. 5 E21-12g.f-ii: .4 ' -:mfs 2'-'J-:Eiga 'w.2',., 51 -13-.55,gjxg- Q: ' 5 J. ,L. ,,f. , ,.,.,.:3S?.Qf:ET.2Hg , -..,, A 'W!'?J"E-1,'-..',i'fI:, 11121 1.3, A 'o '41-1 G9 I I ju-as ,AA 5, I9 cw oz 'Ze N cos an X189 A xnqevsoll Basketball I Swell sporls . . . good cooperafors . . . 1'ha'r's A. F. '4l baskefball Jream . . . even Jro The smallest mighliesf, "sub" . . . didn-'+ hold an enviable record . . . didn'+ win on The scoreboard . . . won in clean play and sporlrsmanship . . . squad possessed a'burs1' of enlhusiasm al every game . . . 'rha+'s 'the way 'ro do Pr. . . chin up! . . . X ' :L Y kewl Wa wo E"'f'fH GP! Hofmsf Sad ' ' Cdbfafn -rr- MYFOH fsfafsl C rysfal -.,, "':iH':f 1 ll , FQ: A xpfm XOQQQX ,e-4' oWP"'a m,. . v ge, 6' iffy -Q F 'ligw Y X lg? A l ff? G ,En YI Shasbur 9 who D KMQUQ. E5 Q' '-f. xxx W. Ra ex Wm , - sr " if san lDeweYl Pierce '-5 t Jack IProf., Birl: 6-.. Wendell fswedel .Hansen ' 19 I , -,541 :+R vi , . X... 5 ebb :i i ' XBakeman Coed: ll ff? ' ' N Go me Qvkor I Nelson wo' """' flew, hw been ,Q B1 Cdlvi n We V -. . ,fel-5 Front row: Mary Holmsiead, Miriam Young, Bef-ly Housfon, Nina Sykes. Second row: Barniece Chadburn, Hanna Reimschiissell, Margaret Priday, Laurel Miller. Third row: Norma Parduhn, Mariory Merrill, LaVonne Benne'H'. V in xy-.uf ,Jain .A sxEL.,sf,iPf.?"Nl G. A. A. Q Girl allwlelic leaders . . . baslceiball . . . poslure parade . . . fennis . . . bowling . . .+l'xal's'rl1e way +0 do il. gels! . . . 'rlwey Cui a fancy figure . . T' Y us- .ik 'W .1 at y fflfdgflxg , ., gf ' -f' 'Q ' ,f-2 Presidem' . Vice Presideni . . Secrefary . .ggi ll. Lis? We . . Nina Sylces Mildred Richards Norma Parduhn cgi? ' l: .' l l , . , , , rl ll - l lvl ,l , , ,ll ll ,ll ll 1 , ll, nn . - YL- ' W . ,, V ll V ll A R - H , - l 1 .L 1 - 2' ' , ' ' fa, i' 'z'l Fronf row: Ralph Murdock, Harold Ellison, Clyde Balr, Kennelh Lewis, Howard Peters, Lynn Clark, .lack Coddingfon, Eugene Varney. Second row: Calvin Slevens, Reece Chadburn, Harold Dean, Harold Aslhon, Harry Bafhe, Leslie Grosbeck, James Curzon, Maurice Timpson, Owen Dean Howard Gordon Wendell Wafkms Thnrd row Coach Leo Nelson Earl Holmsfead lrvln Chlpman Bob Earl, Jum Ingersoll Dan Clark, Mlllon Muir, Leo Edwards LaVerl Whlfby Bull Pierce, Wendell Hansen Harold Anderson, Bull Ellison Track C The boys llwal coulcln 'r be bealen 'rlxal spurl lhal puls lhe Forkers llrsl lnelcl velerans 'lllal lally up a winning score The conlrlbullon lo A F s brilliance on 'flue lrack cooperallon and coorclmaluon , speed sk ll sporlsmanslwrp ' V ' ,VNFM kg H Z3:gu5"filL': A ., , V T gf -. 7 N- . L 'l f ' 'A m' 11534 ,.,,,,,, ,. ,.,,,ee-...- ,,,. , .4 ,fe 5':f""-."'ff!H"?"Y:. Q"?1Jef-it 14:17 if? . Q S A A V- V Qfcif. "' . 5 'i9.'Q'23,-,R L'f,,.QQq-1-9- e 5135: ' E l 2 L . iff . Q? .n,,,,'5. -.tZ.112'.,4f- " " '- --4' --' ' ' ' STUDENTS - be wise when you shop and cooperafe wi1'h lhose who have macle fhis book possible. CHIPMAN MERCANT ILE COMPANY QUALITY AND SERVICE ALWAYS H is our conslanl endeavor +0 make every Jrransaclion ab- solulely salisfaclory in every parlicular. i Any purchase macle here, if nor enlirely as represenlecl, is relurnaloleg and you will confer a favor upon us if you will allow us lo righl any mislake. This Bank offers a friendly, helpful convenienl' service 'ro iI's cusI'omers..I PEOPLE'S STATE BANK oF AMERICAN FORK Member oi Ihe Federal Deposil Insurance Corporalion THE EARLY BIRD SHOPS ON PENNEY'S LAY-AWAY PLAN The wise bird selecls whai she wan+s ahead of Iime. and pays for II in weekly paymenls before she needs II. The advanlages, she says are Ihese: I. NO BILLS TO PAY 2. NO CARRYING CHARGE 3. LOTS OF CHOICE 4. NEVER ANY DEBTS PENNEY'S PEAY DAIRY Producer and Disiribulors of 1 PURE MILK AND CREAM We Offer The Besf For Less PIeasan+ Grove and American Fork ECONOMICAL TRANSPORTATION By Bus of TRAIN Regular Fares on Basis of 2 Cenis per Mile SPECIAL LOW FARES FOR GROUPS Inquire of Agenifs THE SALT LAKE AND UTAH RAILROAD CORPORATION LEADING THE PARADE OF ENTERTAINMENT - - THE WOR'LD'S LEADING RADIO PROGRAMS PLUS SPARKLING LOCAL FEATURES - ALL WITH THE DISTINCTIVE SHOWMANSHIP OF- ' The POPULAR S+a+ion N BC Red NeIwork f AMERICAN FORK CITY LET'S MAKE OUR CITY THE MODEL CITY Kid's Play: AMERICAN LINEN SUPPLY co. Lel's lceep U+ali's young men and women in Ulalw, by supporl- ing and palronizing our own Slale incluslries, so as +o help provide jobs for Jrlwem. "H' Pays +o Keep Clean" TIM PA N O G OS MOTOR COMPANY "American Forlc's Cl1evrole+ Dealer" See our New anol Used CHEVROLETS For economy and luxury our low priced cars and fruclcs are uns.ur- passed . FA HUMPHRIES FLORAL FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS A Courleous Delivery Service "Say I+ willw Flowers" WJ Lg! mi ' - "Jr i'-i. i i 7 " T A Y i 5 ,J . -V P' S i ig L L r L W A A 4 or L . ' , A ' X , - 1 .V Q. ' 3- liul g 1 : A V I . 1 . a . ' 4 . . L , A A . V L . 4 as ' " 1 ' A-1 'i .L we , , 1 Q Jusf an old RAG DOLL. X THE MODERN HOME IS THE ALL-ELECTRIC HOME Wiih The Iow ralres now in effeci' you, Ioo, can enjoy Ihe comfort economy and convenience of eIecIric cooking. eIecIric refrigerahon, eIec'rric wafer hea+ing and Ihe many ofher household services. Le'r Reddy KiIowaH fake over your cIu+ies and live- THE MODERN WAY mg, UTAH POWER 8. LIGHT CO. The younger generaiion. V T R I - S T A T E CAMEO THEATER We ge+ The BEST SHOWS FIRST. Our prices are reasonabIe and our aim is +o sa+isfy our paI'rons. L. Lumber Company OUR STANDARDS ARE THE HIGHEST Consul? Us Before Buying Your Building Needs FRANCIS ABEL, Manager American Fork, UIah ,LZ4f727.f7QZ2 g,ff,MZA, Mavmediaf 7315 M Z5-ZZZL , Complimenfs . . . INDUSTRIAL s PLY I Above AH Ege- CO-OPERATION I Mo+or Avenue -:- SaI+ Lake Ci'I'y DRAPER QUALITY FEEDS Q Roy Okey Disfribufor Refer 'ro our cafalogue No. 40 for O MACHINERY. TOOLS and GENERAL SUPPLIES. AMERICAN FORK. UTAH FOR THE BEST BUSINESS TRAINING GO TO L. D. S. Business College Our Graduafes Are in Demand 4 'Tis Ihe LAST 'STRAW of summer. APOLLO HALL 'T'5 A TREAT ENJOY DANCING ON TQ EAT THE BEST FLOOR AT IN THE STATE ALWAYS GOOD MUSIC ABEL'S LUNCH BRIGGS PHARMACY OUR SERVICE SPEAKS FOR ITSELF Where you gei' whai' you ask for." O. P. SKAGGS QUALITY MERCHANDISE EFFICIENT SERVICE TENDER MEATS Paul Adamson. Propriefor Phone 4I Mr. ScoI"I sI'eps ou+ wifh +he Mrs. 'T JACK'S BODY AND FENDER SHOP COMPLETE RECONDITIONING "We fake The DENTS Ouf of ACCIDENTSH EIec+rIc and Ace'IyIene WeIding Auio Painfing -:- Radia+or Repairs 45 No. CenI'er S+. Tel. 83 Am. Fork RED STAR FLOUR AT YOUR GROCERY SALES I SERVICE Don"I' malce a deal un+iI you Ialce The wheel of 'Ihe New I94I FORD GSJLYW ALPINE MOTOR CO. American Fork, Uiah PHONE I24 Dear Old A. H Hzgh Dear olcl A. F.,High Yes, we will love you 'fill we die. Your banners brighi of red and whife Will be abeacon Ihrough 'rhe nighf. Dramaiic arf, ancl ball and Irack, Will always bring 'rhevhonors back: We gel Ihe pep. we gel +he Thrill. From A. F. High School on 'Ihe hill. CORNET 5 and I0 "A PENNY SAVED IS A PENNY EARNEDH -We Save You Pennies- American Fork Ufah BOLEY'S INC. RING NO. 4 AND GET YOUR MEAT AND GROCERIES AT THE STORE THAT DELIVERS G-RIFFEN BAKERY "Home-made Bread Like Moiher Makes I+" i OUR ROLLS. COOKIES. CAKES AND DOUGHNUTS MAKE LUNCHES AND DESSERTS MORE TASTY. The Home of MAID O'CLOVER DAIRY PRODUCE MUTUAL CREAMERY MANUFACTURERS and DISTRIBUTORS American Forlc UI'a IRENE'S BEAUTY SALON -Locafed Easf SicIe'oT L. R. Ki+cI1en's Grocery Sfore HAIR CUTTING. STYLING AND BEAUTY WORK ConsuII WITIT Us Abouf Your Beaufy Problems PROFESSIONAL BEAUTICIANS Phone 60 Mrs. Irene Ki+cI1en Am. Fork, UI-ah D - T- R LeT Your ' HOME FURNISHING PROBLEMS BE OUR PROBLEMS I Our Furnishings are Exclusive SAVE YOUR SMOOTH TIRES AND HAVE THEM RECAPPED AT O. K. TIRE SHOP We Repair AnyTI1ing Made of Rubber ALL WORK GUARANTEED GAMBEL STORE INDIVIDUALLY OWNED AND OPERATED "The Friendly S+ore" Glen Saunders, Prop. J. D. KELLER COAL CO. "THE BEST com IN THE WEST" CoI'Iage Tea Room and Marke+ We Deal in CEMENT - SAND - GRAVEL OPEN AND AT YouR SERVICE PHONE 246 ANYTIME ENJOY YOUR HAIRCUTS AND SHAVES by going 'I'o "FUNNY" BENNETT'S BARBER SHOP MOFFETT FEED MILL Home Manufac+urecI Feeds ROLLING -- MIXING - CLEANING All Kinds of Grain PHONE 28 CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES "Cen'rraI U+ah's Own Radio S+a'I'ion" K. O. V. O. The OWL INN is HEADQUARTERS for . BeHer Sandwiches, Cold Drinks, Confecfions Open 7 a.m. - 2 a.m. I Umm!! is Ihis gdod. IWhich do you mean Irene, Ihe cookie or ?I TAYLOR DRUG WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE Phone 82 American Fork UI'6I'l ROY HAMPSHIRE BUYER -, SELLER GRAIN - PRODUCE HELLO STUDENTS- Jusi' one big ge'I'-'rogefher cheer for UTAH - IDAHO SCHOOL SUPPLY CO. "A Friendly InsIi+u+ion" who never passes The ball, IDUI who always puis a punch in her service. I55 So. S+aI'e S+. SaI+ Lake Ci'I'y WHEN PLANNING A PARTY Lei' Us Help You Wi'I'h Your EATS AND MEATS HALLIDAY and ROBINSON COOK'S ICE- CREAM AMERICAN FORK, UTAH "WE FREEZE TO PLEASE" ELLISON CLEANERS BETTER CLEANING af LOWER PRICES Phone -I 32 American Fork, Ufah ROBINSON 81 SONS SMART STYLES AT BUDGET PRICES ChiIcIren's and Ladies' Shoes and Wearing Apparel Are Traceable To fhe WEST MAIN STREET LEWIS LADIES American Fork Ufah A Provo Ufah BOREN'S SERVICE GOODYEAR TIRES 81 TUBE ACCESSORIES SHELL LUBRICATION The Modern Upkeep Service l53 E. Main Am. Fork, Ufah Before choosing a giff for your gracluaje see- ELGIN'S NEW "AMERICA FIRST" I' WATCHES Rose Cases - Rose Dials I5 Jewel Grade-524.00 fo 529.00 af STRANG JEWELRY SHOP American Fork, Ufah The F.FgA. Officers have a friendly Iiffle gef-fogefher. .Vi I ' E WATKINS ICE CREAM TI-IE ICE CREAM THAT RECEIVES PERSONAL ATTENTION TEXACO SERVICE THE DISTINCTIVE SERVICE Modern Equipmeni - Quick, Smiling A'HenI'ion AMERICAN FORK NURSERY J. H. WrighI', Mgr. Growers of All Kincl of NURSERY STOCK LAN DSCAPE GARDEN ERS "The Cleaner-Uppers." CONGRATULATIONS and besi wishes Io- "THE AMERICAN" and The sludenls of American Fork High School WASATCH INN THORNTON DRUG Quick, Smiling and Safisfying Service Compleie line of PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES Bring Your Prescripfions Io Us Fern Robinson SmiI'h Beau+y Shop .5 9 MODERN MODES QB BROMELY'S CLUB ROOMS QUICK. COOPERATIVE SERVICE AT YOUR REQUEST "The end of a perfecf day"- or was if perfeci? W . KRESS 8: COMPANY UTAH'S MOST ECONOMICAL STORE WITH ' HIGH OUALITY PROVO UTAH FOR A QUICK BITE AND A sooo BITE DINTY'S DINER Lehi, Ufah LEHI ROLLER RINK -SKATING- Mondays and Thursdays PRIVATE PARTIES Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Safurdays Books . . . 'for Home and School Libraries -GIFTS FOR GRADUATES- Foun+ain Pens, SI-aiionery, Greefing Cards, Movie Pic+ure Cameras, efc. The Ioesf equipped Book Siore in I'he Infermouniain Region DESERET BOOK COMPANY 44 E. So. Temple SaI+ Lake Ci+y, Ufah EDITH PRESTON'S Beaury Shop LASTING WAVES AND PERMANENTS -Lai-esi' S+yIes- American Fork Ufa W. E. HOGGARD AUTHORIZED PEERLESS COAL DEALER OUALITY and SERVICE QW - I W WZVMQZWW CongrfatuIatz'ons . . . ALPINE PUBLISHING COMPANY AMERICAN FORK, UTAH For Better Photographs STOKES STUDIO PROVO UTAH aQwfU77'j4,, J of f i ,,,4. W i one f 1651-S5115 C0vERS THEY DESERVE H "LETTER" IN EVERY SCHOOL! Sllllll HNH WHHIS, INR. 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