El Dorado Springs High School - Bulldog Yearbook (El Dorado Springs, MO)

 - Class of 1951

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As they go forth from this school to become teachers, doctors, housewives, secretaries, farmers, etc., may they never forget that to gain their high aim in life they must keep working and striving day after day. May they always remember that in this life when they seem to have lost their assurance that somewhere, somehow they will find the courage to go on. ' the class of 1951, we hope that you will strive to attain high ideals dedicate this to you, et before you. ll spent. " As we and follow the standards that have been s And as the sun sets on each life may it be said of each one, "That life was a life we X. 43,- 1 , , s1.w.g,,M azzmfd Szhcadbn 2 vf ,L f ' g YK -- ifsfx ig-, L-fi V rg, L vs. ? ,ga 5, C X X 59" 1 wr- XX iN""' 'W X' - Q , C. A. Hendricks 5 WN L I ,WX 4 Lyle Conway Jim Green President in--H--f Vice President Luther Thatch - ,QR-Q. 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Ruth Arnold wills some of her school spirit tc the future cheerleaders of B. H. S. Neola Bates leaves her low voice to Laura Belle Hazelwood. Nova Don Bausch leaves her quiet ways to Shirley Pray. Shirley could sure use some of them. Betty Beebe, of course, leaves her bashfulness to Becky Roby. Ella Brassfield wills her ability in English to Eula Mae Dodd. Gloria Dean Bullock leaves the office telephone to future lovers of E. H. S. Neva Coleman leaves her sweet disposition to Patty Wood. Joyce Disney wills her bookkeeping ability to Edna Faye Pickell. Juanita Eason leaves her long and dark hair Rosalie Fields wills her U Hair of Gold and Waunita Fisher whose life is a book, leaves Elsie Gettys leaves her walk to Sharon West. to Wanda Casey. Eyes of Bluen to Ann Frances. her working ability to Bobby Jo Cook. Dorothy Hendrickson wills her Basketball suit to Josephine Skakal. Betty Holland leaves her ability to draw to Doris Stephens. Kathryn Jones shyness, that all can see, is leit to Sissy Rountree. Carol King leaves her ability to drive a car to ? ? ? Who would want that? Donna Marshall, though quiet as a mouse, bequeaths it all to Peggy Homrighous. Earlene May wills her wrestling ability to Joann Rickett. Lillian Mays leaves her moody disposition to Phyllis Williams. Leona Messick, so gentle and mild, leaves it all to some unfortunate loud child. Pearl Messick wills her glasses to Donnie Gordon. Bonnie Milburn leaves her ability to catch her man, and keep him, to Nancy Miller. Leoti Miller leaves her Office Practice work to Vera Black. Annabel Mc Cullick wills her ability to have fun on the school bus to Neva Heedy. Barbara Pendergraph leaves her desk in study hall to Jo Ann Hubbard. Bonnie Pollard leaves her ability to be HAll American Girln to Carol England. Lois Roby leaves her acting ability to Sa dra Pollard. Eunice Rickett leaves her polite ways to Caroldene Palmer. Lois Heedy bequeaths her seat on the school bus to a little f Bonnie Rawlings wills her typewriter to Joyce Bland. Marilyn Sillivan leaves her dainty ways to Laverne Smith. June Stephens wills her shorthand notebook to Lavone Stroer. Lois Steward wills her long finger nails to Mary Good. Darlene Stocsstill wills her cornet to Sherry Bates. Jo Anne Tough wills her ability in all studies Donna Vickers leaves the mimeograph machine to Virginia Walker leaves her DGSE regards to all Fern Williamson leaves her ability to play the Lacel Bland wills his ability to coon hunt, to to Lela Spoor. Ruby Norman. of the student piano to Bonni Ward Funk. reshman. s of E. H. S. e Tudor. Charles Burns leaves his height to Elton Paul Evans. Ulysses Carriker leaves the chewing gum on the DOttOm of the desks in study hall Jimmie HSusie Cornfoddern Casey, leaves his corn cob pipe to Bernie Darnell. R. D. Cruzen leaves his ability to type to Bill Homrighous. Vincil Ellis wills his window-gazing to Wayne Hazelwood. Dean Estep leaves his ability to break girl's hearts, to Tubby Reynolds. Ainslee Fowler leaves a pair of his bright socks to Arthur Bagley. Clarence Glover leaves the paper-filled radiators in Mrs. Jackson's room to Dean Johnson. Edward Hamilton leaves his quiet ways to Floyd Hines. to Cecil Jones Clifford Harding wills his intelligence to Everett Woody. Lloyd Hoerning bequeaths his basketball ability to Dink Braden. Franklin Koger leaves a bottle of Hadacol to Donald Crane. Ronald Mark wills his good looks to Forest Ray Troyer. Howard Mc Peak leaves his ability as a stage builder to Gene Hoover. Sam QLover boyj Egdorf leaves his ability to love the girls to Tom Moore. Chester Mc Daniel leaves his librarian ability to.Donald Benskin. Wayne Norman leaves his door-keeping to J. T. Jackson. Meredith Parish wills Mr. Wright to the incoming freshman. Tbmm Pope wills his personality to Billy Reynolds. Eddie Rountree leaves a football to Dick Gentry. Leroy Rector wills his abilitv to olush, to Bill Mc Connico. Donald Reeves leaves the whole school to anyone that wants it. James Roe leaves his studious habits to Leon Culbertson. Orville Sibley leaves his popularity with the girls to John Koger. Richard Stebbins wills his shy smile to Jack Remer. Harold Steward leaves his polite ways to Clifford Mc Daniel. If there ever is a law passed, saying you have to study, Larry West leaves his ability to do so to the football boys. Doyle Witt leaves his ability to have the UBrainsN of the football team to Clarence Hackleman. Bill Tolls leaves his algebra book to Miss Althen: He's through with it. Nathan Womble leaves his beautiful, wavy hair to Bill Meaderis. ' Denny Woody leaves his love for cars Kand girlsl to Shorty Goodwin. Otis Wright wills his car, if there's anything left of it, to Bob Brown. ,LQ sf We!- Q X , 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 , 5 1. 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This friendly little fellow took me to a small hole in the ground and still beckoning me to follow, disappeared through the opening. To my utter surprise and horror I found that I was no larger than he and soon I heard his voice saying HCome on.H He took me to a large room in which he said Pluto, the god of the underground, lived and as I was the only one that knew of his existence,he'd give me anything I wanted if I'd promise not to tell. An idea struck me, and I decided that if these obliging spirits were going to be so kind, and since I hadn't heard from or seen any of my old 1951 classmates I'd give my hosts a task to rememben So I got out my list and the good god Pluto told me about each one. He said that: June Stephens now owned the malt shop in El Dorado and that she now had two more rooms to take care of her ever-increasing amount of customers. Samm Egdorf, that center on our football team, was now coach at Pittsburg State Teachers College and that he believed in a good staff of secretaries among which were Nova D. Bausch and Joyce Disney. Pluto said he could hardly recall one name. Oh! yes. It was Gloria D. Bullock. She said she never did accomplish her ambition. It had been ten years and she never had caught her a man! He told me that at least one of our E.H.S. students was going to reach the highest office in our land. Gallup Po1l's predictions are that Ainslee Fowler is to be our next president and indications are that he'l1 hire the best secretary in the country for his own private secretary and that is definitely H. D. Cruzen. Also, Clifford Harding is thinking of running as vice president on the Republican ticket, but he hasn't said definitely. He's still in doubt as to which party will win. 'Jo Anne Tough was taking a cruise around the world. She said this would absolutely be the last one, as they were getting so boresome. - flBonnie Pollard is now a famous movie star in M. G. M.'s productions. They say that while she was taking dictation Mr. Metro discovered her fine features. g I see that Nathan Womble has taken Eddie Arnold's place and that they even call Ukie Carriker, NButter Bal1.U fGenera1 MacArthur finally resigned his position with the assurance that Jimmy Casey was to fill his place. Eunice Rickett is now a teacher in Columbia University. I understand that she's teaching home economics with Darlene Stockstill as her assistant. L'Lois Reedy now has a three story tea-room in K. C. and I was quite surprised to find that she does all her own dishwashing. She claims employees are so sloppy. Harold Dean Steward now has L00 acres of first class AAA farm land. He and Donald Reeves have adjoining property of about the same size and they farm all the land together. 'w'Doyle Witt is operating an inter-state truck line between here and Chicago. They say he's making a fortune. Dean,Estep is now playing opposite Margaret O'Brien in 20th Century Fox Productions Cas her father, of course . Q Bonnie Milburn is running a school for girls in the East. The schoo1's motto is UHow I Caught A Man.H " I learned that a famous beauty salon in Chicago is now operated by Dorothy Hendrickson. She really likes her work. Her most regular customers are Jack Jones and Ronald Mark. , I see Larry West is still quite a Uladies'-man.N He always said he'd get married when he reached 25, but 10 years haven't changed him much. He says he's only 2b. Rosalie Fields seems to have got over some of her shyness. She now sits on her boss's lap. Of course, her boss is her husband. But, not so in Juanita Eason's case. It seems she's the boss, and her husband sits on her lap. 'W well, well, it looks like Lloyd Hoerning is playing professional basket-ball. He's now one of the famous UGlobe Trotters.N iwell, look who heads the top of the list of rich, eligible bachelors for l96l. The onei and only Frank Kogerl Congratulations! a ff' 1 N x 1' 5 f '1 Earlene May is now in Paris. She owns and operates nThe Latest Fashions from Pareen shop in that city. Her general manager, of course, is Eddie Hountree. Tommy Pope, I see, is in California. He has a large 2,000 acre ranch of orange trees. He calls them NTexas Beauties.U : I've been wondering for some time why they changed all those chain stores' names from UKressU to WRoby,H but Pluto said that Lois has bought Mr. Kress out a d didn't like his name. Orville Sibley has been nicknamed after that famous statesman Benj. Franklin, as UPeacemakerH. He even has a newspaper column headed, NOur Private Love Affairs.H . 0'- L'About Virginia Walker, I had some difficulty in-locating her. She's somewhere in the East, and if you can imagine anything so horrible, she's still going to school. Betty Beebe, Betty Holland, and Donna Vickers are all secretaries for Sears and Roebuck. One is in Dallas, one's in Denver, and the other is in Los Angeles. Denny Woody's a traveling salesman for a large tobacco company. They say his commission is really startling. Elsie Gettys is in Arizona. She's manager of a large dude ranch, on which they specialize in raising coyotes. ' A, Clarence Glover now has a radio show all his own. Hefs a comedian, and his competition isn't very strong, just Bob Hope and Red Skelton. Kathryn Jones and Donna Marshall are clerks in one of Miami's most exclusive hotels. The first class air hostess of our 1951 class is none other than Dorothy Andes. Ella Brassfield has a well-established place for caring for pensioners in Philadelphia. Otis Wright is now saluted by many under-class seamen, for he is now Admiral Wright of the U.S.S. Missouri. According to Pluto, our once loved classmate Bill Tolle is following in the footsteps of the famous magician, Blackstone. Leoti Miller and Barbara Pendergraph now hold a partnership in a well-known hat shop in Detroit. The name of Bell Telephone and Company is now being changed from NBellU to NArnoldH. The main office is in Wyoming. Pluto instructed me that if I were ever in bad health to go to St. John's Hospital in K. C., where I would be treated by one of their graduates, Fern Williamson. . Carol King is private secretary to one of Oklahoma's richest oil men. They say he only has about 1,000 oil wells, though. Incidentally his name is Meredith Parrish. Richard Stebbins is quite a man-about-town. He now has two Cadillacs and three Packards. He keeps them especially for his girl friends. Lois Steward, I found, is teaching school in California and I hear that some of her brightest students are James Roe and Leroy Rector. Seems they just couldn't give up their schooling. Annabel McCullick is a mail clerk in one of Sears and Roebuck's stores. I believe he said it was in Denver. Pearl and Leona Messick are now running a high-class resort in the Ozarks. They are especially busy during the summer months as they have changed the White River into a large swimming pool. Howard McPeak builds settings now for a Shakespearian stock company. His settings are most magnificient and unusual. ' n Lacel Bland is running for governor of our dear home state in the next election, on the Democratic ticket, of course. It seems his views have changed a little since his senior days. Marilyn Sillivan and Lillian Mays now have a parternership in a ladies' ready-to-wear shop in St. Louis. Chester McDaniel and Edward Hamilton seem to have prospered in Latin America. They are now married to two senoritas. 7 TV? WS Lf v w , 1 1- ' 1 fa - X . 1' 1. . a , :W M 'Q- , 'ew 43, L' Y g " , 4 , rw ' Q -151' 2 'V' ' 4 ' j , , pgarf, 1 3 k:,,,,i Q, ff." ,, , ,4 , , ,.'w fa 1 4 1 W 1 4 ph.. ,gf Arm." f v 435211, .uw :gl ' ,Q w 1 , 4 ' 'Q 5 T: 1 f ll 1 1 Bonnie Rawlings and Neva Coleman seem to have combined their career wishes with their home life. They are both presidents of their social club and are both social butterflies. Having thus completed my list I thanked the good god Pluto and then as my curiosity could stand it no longer, I began to buzz questions at him. But my friend, the three-legged little creature seemed to be pulling on me to follow him again. He led me outside the small underground castle and took me back to the spot where I had found him. Then quick as a flash he ducked under some leaves and was gone. I made a mad scramble at the leaves to grab my small companion, but it was futile. Suddenly, I heard someone calling my name, nMiss Bates, Miss Bates.n The tone was demanding. Again I scattered the leaves. But this time, they fell with a loud thump. Imagine my surprise to find that I had been asleep and that papers were scattered all over the desk and floor. Just then Mr. Norman, my boss, walked in and who do you suppose was following him? It was Vincil Ellis and Charles Burns, arguing as to which one was to have W. Norman, attorney-at-law as their lawyer. Upon recognizing each other, we began to talk of old times. Wayne, I mean Mr. Norman, joined us and soon the two had forgotten their quarrel. It seemed they were partners in an Airplane manufacturing plant. Charles thought they should make planes with wings and Vincil believed in new fangled jets without wings. They were on the verge of a split but Wayne is so smart he told them to compromise as our forefathers so often did. They are now making jet planes with half wings! As we knew where everyone was and what they were doing, the four of us decided to have a reunion party. We then sent out 69 invitations. To our surprise, our party turned out with 69 guests and A hosts, all members of the class of 1951. givin! azzfzcvf Y MQ ggatedz Vera Hamiltong Earlene May, Jo Anne Tough, Secretary, Ronald Mark, President, D.1rley Pray, Treasurer, Dorothy Rountreeg ddna Fae Pickell Standing: Bobby Thompson, Leslie Kninhtg Tom Pope, Pr Arthur Parkhurst S onso . . , ' ' ' P T P' Tabby Reynolds, Vice President, uene Hoover, Howard jarrittg hr. Floyd Joyce, Sponsor iii ' ffl" ,. 4 . 41 JL V ' fs, gg, . . . 4 ww fc bi ,V .K K- , 11. W 1 V. 'c y Ki , , 1-.p ij' 'J ' a 1 1 ' 4 . , 1 - 1 ., 1. ' NA, , v ,, .H ' 4 1 1 ' . W Secpretary ig Treasurer Ed Rountree Farmer Dorothy Andes Secretary President Bonnie Pollard Secretary vm' S S tile " Vice President 51,12 it F Orville Sibley Coaching Ruth Arnold ESQP Science Teacher K" " Ah! 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Q my X sy .b w-l y N R X ,y t A 41 i qt T pf A 53355 sa-"J -?.'i 4 , 2 a " . ea A JUNIORS FIRST PAGE Row: Ruth Phinney, Clifford McDaniel, Darlene Mitchell, John Miller, Caroldene Palmer, Sally Clonts, Nora Alexander Row: Martin Robison, Shirley Pray, Margaret Pritchard, Anita Collins, Donald Oakes, Nancy Miller, Dorothy Chase Row: Leroy Leonard, Freda Shore, Wayne Hazelwood, Joan Bullimore, Sue Huff, Perry Gilbert, Phyllis Journey Row: Charles Smith, Laura Esry, Clarence Hackleman, Peggy Homrighous, Howard Barritt Delores Anderson Beverly Warner , , Row: Eula Mae Dodd, Cecil Jones, Mary Ruth Irvin, Juanita Periman, Jack Baugher, Patty Wood, Ella Mae Chilton JUNIORS SECOND PAGE Row: Mary Good, Jay Whitesell, Ruby Norman, Barbara McCarty, Dean Johnston, Neva Reedy, Robert Coale Row: David Pendergraph, Vera Barritt, Dink Braden Bill Hawkins, Ruby Belcher, Bill Medearis, Virgie Leonard Row: Elton Paul Evans, Haroldine Eslinger, Mildred Graham, Ward Funk, Joan Neely, Floyd Fugate, Joan Rickett Attendant to the 6 Q Queen aa Attendant no the th Prince Charming W v uf, .' 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Gutman ffm Wm? 1 mm PM Assemblies and special events required several one-act plays this year and last. The contest play was nwhich Is The Way To Boston?U Early in the school year nAll Aboardu was presented to the high school audience. As this annual goes to press we are working on HFor Whom The Telephone Ringsn and UUpward and Onwardu for a night of plays February 22. Space does not permit the listing of all names and characters, but a few must be mentioned. Here is a partial list of students who made recognition in acting: Ainslee Fowler, Joan Tough, Earlene May, Ronald Mark, Lois Rooy, Sam Egdorf and Nathan Womble. lhny others helped in smaller parts. Those who designed and constructed scenery should be mentioned. Howard McPeak was stage crew foreman on several sets. As excellent helpers were James Roe, Otis Wright, and Bill Montgomery. Many others helped in the construction of these plays, as well as in their actual presentation. To them, I sincerely say, thank you. M. M. Gutman, Director UA SIGN UNTO YOUH In the cast were Nathan Womble, the song the two worldly daughters, Shirley Pray and Jo Anne Toughg Earlene May, the mother who doesn't understandg Ainslee Fowler, the father whose son is a Hfailuren, and Charles Fowler who played the part of an underprivileged newsboy from the city slums. M. M. Gutman, Director rnggpf , , ORATOHY In 1950, Shirley Pray won the high school oratorical contest. She received first place in the County contest, competing against Stockton. Ainslee Fowler, represented El Dorado Springs in the Lockwood Speech Contest and receiv d a I rating. This year, 1951, Shirley Pray took first place in the high school oratorical contest, held in the auditorium, Friday, January 26. Her subject was HThe Constitution--We would Be Builders.H ww L V, ,.- v K ,ng ff . nn 5 4 .E i Q7 5 4 sk 45 07726 ff . w A W it al N W Q , . N fi FL... Nw as 'Sf JS 3 , W ' tif ffg 1' :A A , -. 1 E s k - t , , ' 11 4, M1 4 S 2-'f .A . T' s. "Xin ,. K. 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STORE Compliments of: HARTLEY DRY GOODS CO. 209 South Main Street E1 Dorado Springs, Missouri Buil ' We have complete house plans, barn plans, and garage plans available at all times. We will gladly furnish estimates on any kind of buildings. LOGLI--MOORE LUMIBER CO. E1 Dorado Springs, Mo. Telephone 31+ BEN FRANKLIN STORE El Dorado Springs Mo. Buy at your Ben Franklin Store Thanks Compliments of: CORNER DRUG STORE Phone 120 Gifts for any occasion GRAVES JEWELRY STORE Phone 123 Compliments of: SHOEMAXERS Grocery and Market x' 0, vw s - I V 5 'r . , L I w My s V 1 5-,.', W.. wr 1ki.,.. A. iz'-Mil? as :sa- 1+ ,M fm 'li . ,5. ' v :Vg- E Mtv ,Y Ui' 13' ,:1-s'- ' :Wy ',.1,' 14 V.:-.U 1 M. 4.1,:,uL.,. 5, ici is, ME. "1 'Q wil, mf 3' F ,r ,.-glu, W . 1 ' ' 521.37 EA12 1. 4 . !.H.,i'fiw, 1 252.31155 'f 'Eva V Q V., 'S , sf. 1 5 A? Q 1 1 X 5 aj. 4, 4- 1 ri :egg-nm X. a .fx Q f E. r ,1 'a MIDWEST AUTO STORE ummm? 5 W-as , Tires, batteries, grease accessories, oicycles and tool parts. KINGS 3 1 Go to KING'S High in quality--1ow in price. For better things In Dry Goods Indeyendently owned and operated Clothing, and Shoes Don Remer EVAN'S DRUGS THATCH'S G OCERY ..-gxyvik V I . - . X X gy swliumi t,..,w-QUQ fi ':::ras+""""""' ww? ' ' ' - . - S 1 z L 9 ,awe 1 " Our congratulations to the Class of 1951. May you build fine edifices upon the foundation you have gained. Grade A Meats Fancy Fruits and Vegetables 111 N. Main Phone 10 Compliments of: E 1 d U Your School Photographer pr in s Bash wishes from George Barker URAWPURD STUDIU Compliments of: C. W. Fowble Paint Store t Exclusive wall paper, paint El Dorado Springs, Mo. and glass st ore Phone AO Sales and Service Graysorvs Hardware Prescriptions carefully compounded Hardware, Appliances and Sporting Goods BJ. P. S. Paints and Varnishes Q y WI vm- 'vw 'vs 'F mf . ' f ,, f , Y 1 , , 4 X 1 f 1 2 ': li 6 If ' 3 z' 1 4 . .5 ,l " 1, iff, 4 .v,i+ , ,s . 'J' gg" 1 J. ,-1 4 4 . , K V. xy N , , ,K Y m 1,:.,r. 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