Bayless High School - Oracle Yearbook (St Louis, MO)

 - Class of 1945

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Horeworcl o june, 1945 . . . aml Jo, for many of mr our .rchool clay.: are over for the time heing . . .I fha! ix, all over but the memories of happy flayx .rpenl at Baylexs . . . Jo often have we taken our .vchool for granted . . . Jo .feldom have we 'realized how much pricle we alia' have in our athlelic reams, om' playx, our .rtunt nights, our Coronation, am! yex, even our rflanex . . . here at Baylexy our philoxophy of life was shaped . . . our mimlx were challenged . . . our heart: inxpirecl . . . to caplzzre once more our school life, -we, the clan' of 1945, submit The Oracle 'lo ll7E'.f!1llZ87Zl.Y and friemlf of Baylen High School. Y- . -A 'Ska . 2 ..g ws if figgf '1 .'fi?5.ik' igfffi g 5' .f -N--.Vg aim. M A Vx., 'e M lf' . is 3, .ma NJ ' , 4 NES ' " .' 3,1 a -,X QQ, 1 1-'f " V., in , Q- , fA,,?,,S! -7-Aw ' ., A- 1" k e Q- " X A' kj ? -. I - .ff .!- '. ' im . l 'Tm ' ' .' 554' ' ,NK L R -W A 5 IM Y V V W 1 '- - ...,. c.,., Q-A :ri :f:,:g Xg f I BA 5 of fa- . r 2.5. L 5' LJ Y e "' ' .-.. . i:'-Q 1i1..f-- M fv lsh' . I -' -, -, i f-lc 1 , 1 l ., 1' f""41 Mali ff' 1 N""'?T'7- 1,1 - ,A -m:q:,'5gfQ,a .H 4. is i : . f i- A , .asf :S a .. ef o ..,"'1 l 3--..... 11 '1"' We "Sf 7 V .. - -'fi - 'fum '5 5:14.33 ialffiil l luii' f'.f:?" uAixlt.?5 , 1' -:fE-- . f H :'.miiiau-ifaiuiium 'W ' A X 1 X 1j""" Ii .5 5 lim 'flings ' X fit. 311' ' Itgzggagi' was -wry v 1 mfr- I It 'AJ 'akin' Hxji:-M fa .1 a Q l Ye .4 f Q. . g WA 773-'J ' Q flgg . ,M V , ' "ww j 1 E' ' 'Q T . xf, y' 32:15 , QL -- le L ii : Jim 1 5 N2 we :K E' 'b i E --"""'Y" f. ' 5 -, z Ai: 1 E 4 ...-. .1 W, Ai 7 L gig gif 22--.gf L -5.3942 ,, ji' .lf .ea 3.3. ,ML-' '15-7'..,g kj' 5 3 - . 11.51, g E 'e ,.. .V .,, I i 5 5 . - -- . ' -H. 1, 'Vin' 9 '- b fbf ii' ':':-: -' ll.: 5' 1 K. Q! ,,,: Qig I 2' ' E' 2: IP, . LM- ,L e 2 'g j 531 5- fl , f - ' ' I , . .1 A, ' .Li-fi 21+ i".-' J A' i I 5 IL fi 'l-31-1.o-z..1V-.W fs ' l,4' -5.53- e,,- f K-"jf ' .K iff.-, '-- ' -- .. ,h ifi-L-1 .. 'fl ,ff W ff. . 1. L- ga , '...,. ,- .gf ff 1- - I- -A 5,51 .hh Refi Q -- ' aw' '!3AXN'Y2io- .i -' . 'fi-f ' .-41 -""'f" .4'-1 'T f 'I T 'Q K-1 JQF' !y.?1 " 'lfyxa TTf'1x.n1fd, N I" : fx. 3.2115 F.: 'lite ' - '- :va '- kf'. . 1 !j- ' ' R ' . 31.4-'if .ffm ,.., gf. ff, '- A' .gyj54f5 s' 1 T' rv-Q., .1-- - . ,ff -,'?'..'f', ' , ,QE - , I lf, XXX, 0,31 fur' , ,ww-,,, ': mf ' --- ,-if wi 1 . r a- .. ,. .2 A 3. 'J M lg-aj' ,W 5: iv 'P .5 3.1115 ii4'i,'...3F 4 ' "i.5tf,3?'g53' ' , ,Y file--7 2 , "f f"-" Q .A 1- I ,' gg, ' 1.1,--wi! " 1- S--f""c in 7 "f . . ' :'-T ii'i?:?:'.ff'1T W in - 1. A - .. W 'A " ,.-----j . -.- .

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' x -an m H we M- -c- CDeclication ' Each year throughout our America, several million people pass through the doors of, thousands of high schools never to return again as students. To many of these students, the realization of just what their high school has meant to them does not come until after gradu- ation has come and gone. Fat, far too many students fail to visualize how important the high schools of America are as an integral part of the community. The high school is one of the- basic institutions in the community and, as such, passes on the great heritage from the past with its customs, traditions, and folkways, and instills a vision of the future for its youthful citizens. It is with these thoughts in mind that we, the Senior Class of 1945, respectfully dedicate this Oracle to our Bayless School, its past history, and its role in the life of our community. QU 'ini' 'Ib



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Q 'I-'I' 'C' '11 if - U-ftstory of CBayless L -af if In 1928 eleven students gathered at the Bayless School Building to begin their high school career. The second floor of the grade school building was used as the high school. The subjects taught were: mathematics, English, science, physical education, history, commercial subjects, Latin, and music. This same year the Baylesr Budget, a monthly newspaper, was published under the sponsorship of Mrs. Bascom. As the name implies, the newspaper was a saving or recording of school activities. It was interesting to the pupils because it contained their own productions. Bayless became a first-class high school in 1950 and began to make a name for itself in athletics. One of the first steps taken was the organization of a baseball team. A second and even bigger step was the addition of a basketball team known as the Bluejayr, blue and white being the school colors at that time. As there was no gym- nasium or indoor court whereon to practice, St. George's gymnasium was rented. - There was practice two days a week after school. Bayless was often defeated in those first few years but the team never failed to show an optimistic and sporting spirit. During the 1930-1931 term the Girls'.Glee Club, sponsored by Mrs. Hubbard, was organized to place music in all its forms as an important unit in the school curriculum. The Boys' Athletic Club, sponsored by Mr. Murphy, was launched upon its career in january, 1931, with the usual enthusiasm of the Bayless boys. The aims of this club were to promote good sportsmanship in and out of school, truthfulness, clean living, and loyalty to friends and to the school, and to develop quick thinking and their physical powers to their utmost. The same year the Girls' Athletic Club started with the object of promoting good sportsmanship, the spirit of democracy and high physical efficiency among the girls. The club which consisted of seventeen girls was sponsored by Mrs. Elmore. Mrs. Bascom sponsored the Dramatic Club to promote a love for drama and a finer type of plays for high school students. In 1931 the members presented junior and Senior plays which were later combined into the junior-Senior play of today. 'Stunt Nite was also instituted by Mrs. Bascom that year. It was supported by the student body, faculty, school board and the community to raise funds to promote athletics. 41 'I'-If NCI

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