Emporia High School - Re Echo Yearbook (Emporia, KS)
- Class of 1943
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THE BIG SHCDW
EMPORIA HIGH SCHOGL-EMPORIA, KANSAS
Over two hundred seniors are receiving high
school diplomas this year. This diploma Will
probably mean more to the graduates this year,
than to any previous class. The boys who enter
the Service will find that there will be better po-
sitions open to them. A high school diploma will
also mean much to the girls, Whether they go to
college or not. There probably has never been a
school year when the temptation to drop out, and
secure a job, has been so strong as the past one.
The members of this year's graduating class are
to be congratulated for remaining in high school
throughout their senior year.
Most of the boys in this year's class Will soon be
in the Service. They probably will be sent to all
parts of the World. But, let us not lose sight of
the fact that some time, We hope before long,
they, along With the hundreds of other Emporia
High School boys now in the Service, Will return
victorious. What a happy reunion that Will be!
The job Will be finished. Men, Women, and chil-
dren will know what real Freedom means.
Good luck to all of you,
RICE E. BROWN
PEGGY WELLS . . Editor in Chief
GEORGE KEEPER . . Business Manager
OFFICERS OF THE BOARD
Presirlmzt ........ F. B. HEATH
Vice President . . F. E. PENNINGTON
Szzllwirzfelzflent .... W. M. RICHARDS
Secretary . . . . MISS ETHEL SHIRLEY
MRS. W. D. ROSS GEORGE GROH
ROY KRAMM MARSHALL RANDEL
Miss Ethel Shirley
Secretary to the Board
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The year 1943 long will be remembered. It will be remembered as a
time when millions of American young men, some of them not yet out of
high school, were enrolled in service to risk or to give their lives for our
freedom and our way of life. It will be remembered as a time when the
American people willingly submitted to rationing of transportation, food,
fuel, and clothing to support our fighting men and those of our allies. It
will be remembered as a time when parents, pupils, and teachers gave
freely of their time in issuing rationing books, working for the Red Cross
or the U. S. O., gathering scrap materials,
promoting sale of bonds and stamps and
working in gardens to produce much needed
The school has been in the midst of all
these activities. It has imparted knowledge,
developed skills and attitudes and directed
activities. It has been an important factor in
developing the moral and spiritual strength
which has caused people to face unflinch-
ingly the responsibilities which have con-
fronted them. The success of America in
carrying the war to a conclusion will depend
to a great extent upon how well the schools
of America have done their job. It is our
sincere hope that Emporia High School has
done its part well. Miss Helen Felton
W. M. RICHARDS, Silpt. the Superintendent
MRS. PAUL BARKER
Secretary to the Principal
RICE E. BROWN
To Mr. Rice E. Brown, our principal, we feel a tribute is due!
To him goes the credit of keeping the school, with its many little de-
tails, running smoothly.
A true leader, he inspires obedience and develops leadership in others.
Do you want to get excused? Were you tardy? Want some infor-
mation or advice? Mr. Brown is the man to see!
Always ready to help you be a success. Always ready to congratulate
you when you have been successful.
x HUGH BROGAN
Assistant to Principal, Business
A. B.. Emporia State College:
M. A.. Colorado State College
Girls' Counselor, World History
A. B.. University of Bakery
M. A., University of Columbia.
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B. S. in Education, Emporia
Band, Orchestra .
B. S. in Education, Emporia
English, Senior Social Studies
A. B., Pittsburg, Kansas,
State College, M. S., Pittsburg
Kansas State College.
Typing, Business Exploration
B. S. Emporia State College.
B. S., Emporia State Collegeg
M. S., University of Illinois.
Senior . . .
A. B.. College of McPherson,
M. S., Emporia State College.
A. B., University of Kansas:
M. S., Columbia University.
ALFRED D. SMITH
B. S. in Education, Emporia
State Collegeg M. S., University
B. M., Lindenwood College at
St. Charles, Missourig B. S.,
Emporia State College.
A. B.. College of Emporia.
B. S. in Education, Emporia
Junior . . .
F JAY SOUTH A. B., College of Emporia.
B. S., Emporia State College.
A. B., College of Emporiag
M. S., University of Wisconsin.
B. S., Pittsburg Kansas State
WOOD BLOXOM IRENE BROCK
Algebra Shorthand, Bookkeeping
A. B., University of Kansas: B. S. in Commerce and in
M, E., University of Kansas, Education, Emporia State.
A. B., University of Kansasg
M. A., University of Kansas.
A. B., University of Kansas:
M. A., University of Kansas.
JENNY P. DOUGLASS
A. B., College of Emporiag
M. A., Kansas State Teachers
College of Emporia.
Speech, Dramatics, English
A. B., Southwestern College:
M. A., Columbia University.
J. W. TAYLOR
B. S., Manhattan State Col-
JOHN R. WILLIAMS
Biology, Economic Geography
B. S., Emporia State Collegeg
M. S., Emporia State College.
Sophomore . . .
Senior Social Studies, Debate
B. S., Emporia State Collegeg
M. A., University of Colorado.
B. S., Emporia State College.
A. B., University of Kansasg
M. A., University of Kansas.
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
President . . Maurene Murphy
Vice-president . Judy French
Secretary . . . Ruthann Kent
Treasurer . Robert Lee Browning
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The seniors of 1943 have been exceedingly ac-
tive throughout their high school career. They
started many things, and have never failed to ac-
complish what they have begun.
Seniors, you will long be remembered for your
Junior-Senior Prom, for your senior assembly and
for the senior play. You have been a great asset
to Emporia High School.
elau of i943
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IMOGENE WALLACE-"Oh dear, what can the
matter be, now?"
G. R., Movie Club, Nurses Club
BOB SMITH-"An artist indeed!"
Hi-Y, Scrap Drive, Latin Club, Re-Echo Staff
CLAUDIA LEWIS-"A smile for all"
JACK DOLES-"The merry mixer and wow! can
Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Christmas Cantata,
The Messiah, I Hear America Singing. National
Music Contest, Hi-Y, Stage Craft Club, First
Aid Club, Red Cross, "Recipe for Love," "Ever
Since Eve," Stage Crew of "Letters to Lucerne"
MARJORIE ROBINSON-"A little courtesy goes a
EARL GADBERY-"Tall, cheerful and efficient"
Student Council '42, Vice President of Junior
Class, Business Manager of Echo, Popularity
King, President of Senior Home-room, President
of Senior Hi-Y, Secretary and Program Chair-
man, Junior Hi-Y, Radio Club, Host Club, First
Aid Club, Telegraphy Club, Latin Club, Band '40
and '41, Senior Skit, National Music Contest,
District Music Contest.
MARY SOWERBY-"Make good use of your time"
Glee Club, Movie Club, Christmas Pageant,
WALLACE LARSON-"A gentleman in every
sense of the word"
JOAN BAILEY-"Short, dark and sweet"
G. R., G. A. A.. Pep Club, Knitting Club.
HELEN HOLLINGSWORTH-"An essential 'lll61ll-
ber oj EHS's band"
Band, Orchestra, Dance Band, G. R., Art,
Latin Club in Sophomore year.
ANNETTE SNIDER-"Our literary genius"
G. R., Scribbler's Club, Red Cross, Pep Club,
FRANCES DUNHAM-"Harmony is a thing of
Concert Girls' Glee Club, G. A. A., Setting
Up Conference, National Music Contest, Mixed
Chorus, G. R., Pep Club, Nurses Club, Knitting
Club, Latin Club, Christmas Program, "Messiah,"
"Elijah," Recreation Club. G. R. Conference.
"I Hear America Singing."
MARY GAYLE MARSH-"She makes the school
a happy place"
G. R. President, Band, Orchestra, Latin Club
President, G, R. Setting-Up Conference '4l-'42-
'43, Knitting Club, Telegraphy Club, Christmas
Pageant '41-'42, First Aid Club, Student Council
'41-'42, Student Council Convention, Music Fes-
tival '41, District Music Festival '41, Dramatics
-"June Mad" and "Ever Since Eve" and "Let-
ters to Lucerne," Pep Club, G. R. Camp-Bide-a-
Wee and Brewster, P, T. S. A. Secretary. Echo.
G. R. Mid-Winter Conference, G. R. District
Conference, Movie Club, "I Hear America Sing-
OLIVER SAMUEL-"High ambitions make great
Basketball '41-'42-'43, Football '42, 'Student
Council, Student Council Convention '41-'42,
Hi-Y, Business Manager Re-Echo. Christmas
Pageant, Echo, First Aid, Defense Council Offi-
cer, Debate Club, Latin Club, Dramatics4USky
Road" and "Jacob Comes Home."
MADGE VANSICKLEf"The life of any class
G. A. A., G. R., Concert Girls' Glee Club.
Music Clinic "I Hear America Singing," Mixed
Chorus, Christmas Pageant '41-'42, Sextet, First
Aid Club, Pep Club, Re-Echo Staff. "Elijah,"
"Messiah," Girls' Trio, Scholarship Group.
JEROME FLADUNG7"The dynamic personality"
Hi-Y, Dramatics-"Ever Since Eve" and "Let-
ters to Lucerne," Echo, Host Club. Stagecraft,
Football, Red Cross, Boys' Glee Club, Track.
LEONA GRIMMETT-"I'm ending my EHS ca-
reer with excitement"
G. R., Nurses' Training Club, Knitting Club,
Typing Club, Movie Club, Girls' Glee Club, G.
A. A., Sewing Club, Procter. Christmas Pageant.
WILFORD RIEGLE-"I don't know how I did it
so fast, but I'm graduating"
Student Council, Band, Orchestra, Hi-Y. Foot-
ball, Scrapbook Club, Intramural Basketball,
Bond and War Stamp Sales, Youth Council,
Boys' State, Junior Hi-Y Vice President and Pro-
gram, Carnivalita Committee.
CLIFFORD HECKATHORN-"A contented sort
Hi-Y, Telegraph Club.
WILLA JEAN SAYLORS-"Everybody's friend"
Mixed Chorus, Girls' Glee Club, Concert Girls'
Glee Club, Pep Club, Girls' Athletic Association,
G. R. Cabinet, "I Hear America Singing" '41,
Dramatics Club, "Mrs. Harper's Bazaar," Christ-
mas Pageant, "The Messiah."
GEORGE KEEFER--"He has no equal but him-
Football, Band. Orchestra, Hi-Y, Christmas
Pageant '42, "I Hear America Singing" '41-'42,
Scrap Drive, Stamp Drive, Business Manager of
LILA LOVE-"I'm always broadening my hori-
G. R., Letter-Writing Club, Movie Club, Glee
ERNEST JACKSON-"Quiet, but nicet'
BEVERLY KOPKE-"My mind is always clear"
G. R., First Aid Club, Personality Club, Glee
Club, Jokes and Scrapbook Club, Proctor, Mixed
Chorus, Red Cross, Sewing Club, Typing Club,
JACK HERRON-"The dashing young photo-
Band, Orchestra, Dance Band, Camera Club,
Latin Club, Hi-Y, Photographer for Re-Echo
CHARLENE JONES-"A rare mixture of person-
ality and intelligence"
TOM HURSTA"Tip top boy with a brilliant
FRANCES LYONS-"She takes pleasure in help-
G. R., Hostess Club, Nursing Club, Knitting
Club, Latin Club.
BOB HAGER-"The picture of glowing health"
Track, Track Captain '43.
LAVERNE BUCKLEY-"Always busy as ll bee"
NADINE HOWARD-"Just call her 'Shortyu'
G. R., Concert Girls' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus,
Personality Club, Christmas Pageant, Nursing
Club, Pep Club, "I Hear America Singing," Na-
tional Music Contest.
GRACE THRESHERY"Spunky and unquench-
G. R., Pep Club, Scrapbook Club, Knitting
Club, Concert Girls' Glee Club, G. R. Setting Up
Conference, Senior Home Room Vice President.
EMMA MARSH-"A master of home economics"
RHEA JEAN LINDSAY-"Speech is my motto"
G. R., G. A. A., Band, Orchestra, Pep Club,
Latin Club, Movie Club, Echo, Christmas Pag-
eants, G. R. Conference rmid-winterb, Red Cross.
NORMA JEAN SNYDER-"Quiet and intelligent"
G. R., Student Council, Pep Club, Latin Club.
IRMA GARRETT-"Small and friendly"
G. R., Dramatics, Glee Club.
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VERNON MATSON-"I'll soon be caught-in the
Hi-Y, Boys' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Jr. Red
KATHLEEN CANNON-"Dan Cupid's little sister"
Girl Reserve Vice President, Girl Reserve
Treasurer, Pep Club, Geometry Club President,
Echo, Latin Club, Student Council '42-'43, Re-
Echo Staff, Band, Knitting Club, G. R. Setting-
Up Conference, G. R. Mid-Winter Conference,
Movie Club, Camp Bide-a-Wee, District Music
Contest, Drarnatics-"Letters to Lucerne," Stu-
dent Council Convention.
DARRELL STIFFLER-"The ladies' man"
Latin Club, Dramatics Club, Dramatics-"June
Mad," "Ever Since Eve," "Letters to Lucerne."
MYRA LEE LANGLEY4"An ambitious student
Red Cross Club, G. R.
JACK TAYLOR-"The boy who makes wise
Hi-Y, Mixed Chorus, Track, Radio Club, Tele-
raphy Club, District Music Contest, National
est, Christmas Pageant.
TREVIA SHELTON-"Melody, with mischief"
of Burrough G. R., G. R. Cabinet,
Concert Girls' Glee Club, National Music Con-
test, Dramatics, Knitting Club, Regional Music
JOHN JONES7f'Th6T8,ll nellel' be U,7l0ll1,6T like
Stage Craft, Hi-Y.
DOROTHY GECHTER-"Your life is what you
Glee Club, Concert Girls' Glee Club, Pep Club,
G. R., G
Reserve, G. R. Setting-Up Confer-
Aid Club, Nurses' Club, President of
KOPKEA-"Quiet, but oh, so nice"
of F. F. A., Welding Club, Red Cross.
HALL-"Never let it be said that she
have an imagination"
. A. A., Drarnatics Club, First Aid
Nursing Club, Latin Club, Orchestra,
-"Mr. Master Mindl'
Radio Club, Hi-Y, Student Council Convention.
GLORIA JEAN STAIR-"A lover of art and
Concert Girls' Glee Club, Pep Club, Glee Club,
G. R. Chris
RALPH VAN SICKLE-"An unbiased mind is an
JACKIE LEE RIGGS-"lt'S a great life, if you
G. R., Treasurer of Latin Club, De-
HERT-"A one man debate team"
MAXINE NICKEL-"The great practical joker"
G. R., Movie Club, Cheerio Club, Scrapbook
Club, Pep Club.
JUNIOR BURNESf"A man of few words, but
G. A. A.,
at industrial arts"
Club, War Emergency Builders,
L-"Excellent athlete and swell girl"
Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Burrough
LOUISE SLATTERY-"Professor 'Gloom' leave
G. R., Pep Club, Knitting Club, Red Cross
Club, Scribbler's Club, G. A. A., Echo, Dra-
matics, G. R. Mid-Winter Conference.
JOHN DAVIS-"Almost bashful, until you know
BETTY JOHNSON-"A rival of the 'Quiz Kids' "
G. R., Student Council, Orchestra, Movie Club,
Latin Club, Music Contest, Secretary of Cheerio
Club, "I Hear America Singing."
WARREN DRUMMOND-"I d0n'i believe in
Junior Hi-Y, Aviation Club.
PEGGY WELLSg"What can't she do!"
Editor of Re-Echo, Popularity Queen, Elected
Best Citizen, President of Junior Class, Student
Council '42-'43, Winner of '41 Posture Contest,
Vine President of Pep Club, Concert Girls' Glee
Club, Girls' Sextet, National Music Contest,
Mixed Chorus, Chairman of Music Committee,
G. R. Setting-Up Conference, Student Council,
Student Council Convention, Christmas Pageant,
Camp Bide-a-Wee, G. A. A., "I Hear America
Singing," "Recipe for Love," "Messiah," G. R.
District Conference, "Letters to Lucerne," Presi-
dent of Letter Writing Club.
RAY HALL-"His gaiety isn'l rationedu
MILDRED ELLIS-"Einstein's little sister"
G. R., Red Cross, Knitting Club, Hostess Club,
Christmas Pageant '41, Latin Club.
BILL DAVIS-"An up and coming young man"
SHIRLEY ROSE-"I'1n not a broken record"
G. R., Glee Club, First Aid, Christmas Pageant,
Proctor, Knitting Club, Recreation Club, Pep
Club, Girls' Softball Team.
CHARLES BUCK-"A 'buck,' but not the kind
TIMA SUE RUSSELL-"Sophisticated lady, and
G. R., G. R.. Setting-Up Conference, Pep Club,
Girls' Glee Club, Echo, Christmas Pageant '41,
Proctor, Stamp Drive, Nurse Club.
CLARENCE HARR-"The gloom killer"
Football, Basketball, Hi-Y, Track.
ELLINOR BROWN--"The spirit of music lives
G. R. Cabinet, G. R. Setting-Up Conference,
Summer Camp, Orchestra, Glee Club, Mixed
Chorus, Girls' Sextet, Music Contest, America
in Song and Dance, Christmas Cantata, Pep
Club, Dramatics, Variety Club.
FLOYD PEDERSON-"Courtesy is an asset to
F. F. A.
CAROL COLBURN-"A song for the world on
Glee Club, Sextet, Mixed Chorus, G. R. Scrib-
blers' Club, Christmas Pageant.
KEITH RUSSELL-"Willa's big brother"
MARY ALICE GEIGER-"Always talking, but
G. R., Glee Club, Pep Club, Knitting Club, G.
R. Summer Camp, Circulation Manager of Echo,
Christmas Pageant, Dramatics, Red Cross Treas-
HOWARD GOODWIN-"What a sense of humor"
Stage Craft, War Emergency Builders, Sopho-
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RUTHANN KENT4"Really nice, and has a mind
of her own"
Pep Club Vice Pres. '41, Latin Club, Band,
Orchestra, Glee Club, G. R. Cabinet, Student
Council Conv. '42, Telegraphy Club, First Aid
Club, Secretary Senior Class, "Ever Since Eve,"
"Letters to Lucerne," G. R, Setting-Up Confer-
ence, Dist. Conference '41-'42, Tri-City Confer-
ence. Christmas Pageant. Camp Bide-a-Wee, Na-
tional Music Festival, District Music Festival,
Echo, Re-Echo Ass't Editor, Movie Club '41, Con-
cert Girls' Glee Club '41, Honor Group.
FRANK KEELER-"Efficient in everything he
Golf, Football, Re-Echo, Glee Club, Mixed
Chorus, Travel Club, Latin Club, Christmas
NORMA JEAN DONELSON-"The human sun-
Junior Class Secretary, G. R., Pep Club, G. R.
Setting-Up Conf., Defense Club Pres., Student
Council Vice Pres., Concert Girls' Glee Club,
Mixed Chorus, "Ever Since Eve," Student Coun-
cil Conv., Summer G. R. Camp, Echo, "Letters
to Lucerne" Student Director, "When Amantha
SCOTT WORKMAN-"Some day he'll be an avia-
Football, Mixed Chorus, Track Trainer '42,
Junior Hi-Y, Boys' Glee Club, Honor Group.
JULIA ANN FRENCH-"A leader of the masses"
"June Mad," "Sky Road," "Letters to Lu-
cerne," "Made to Order Christmas," "Jacob
Comes Home," "Last Curtain," Mixed Chorus,
Glee Club, Chairman of Radio Program, Senior
Class Vice Pres., G. R. Setting-Up, G. A. A., Pep
Club, Pres. of Defense Clubs, Knitting Club, Stu-
dent Council '4l-'42-'43, Student Council Conv.
GENE WILSON-"Enjoy life while there is still
Hi-Y, Band, Orchestra, Sophomore Class Presi-
dent, Football, Basketball, Track, Glee Club,
Mixed Chorus, Latin Club.
NORMA STANLEY-"How dull the routine would
be without her"
District Music Contest, G. R. Tri-City Conf.,
Movie Club, Band, Setting-Up Conf., Echo. Na-
tional Music Contest, G. R., Pep Club, Cheer-
leader, Mixed Chorus, Concert Girls' Glee Club,
Knitting Club, Latin Club, G. R. Summer Camp,
Bid-a-Wee, Student Council, Christmas Pro-
rams, Student Council Conv., G. R. Dist. Conf.,
"I Hear America Singing," Echo staff, Staff of
"Letters to Lucerne."
BILL EWING-"Innocense?? is bliss"
JUNE BROWNING-"Always ready to serve
Pres. of Latin Club, Pep Club. Chairman of G.
R. Committee, Pres. of Cheerio Club, Setting-Up
Conf., Chairman of Service Committee of G. R.
DELBERT DONALD-"For me and my gal! Oh
Hi-Y, Basketball. Track, Scrap Drive, Base-
ball, Rifleman Club.
MARIAN CHOATE-"The flower of youth"
Red Cross, G. R., Pep Club, Telegraphy Club.
G. A. A., G. R. Summer Camp, State Student
Council Convention. Student Art Director of
'tEver Since Eve," Echo, Christmas Cantata.
BOB DABBS-"The 'Krupa' of E. H. S."
Band, Dance Band, Orchestra, National Music
Contest. District Contest. Latin Club, Camera
Club, Re-Echo Staff, Aviation Club.
LOTUS WHIPPLE-"Miracles do happen - I
Glee Club, G. A. A., Red Cross Pep Club, G.
R., Nurse Club, Echo, Christmas Pageant '41,
JACK AMES-"Our future F. B. 1. Agent"
BARBARA KRAUS-"Full of pepr'
Pres. of Latin Club, Red Cross, Movie Club.
Band, Orchestra, Pres. of G. A. A., Pres. of Pep
Club, Chairman of G. R. Committee, Echo, G. R.
Camp Bide-a-Wee, Christmas Pageant, G. R.
Mid-Winter Conf., Setting-Up Conf., "Make Up
and Live," "Mrs. Bascom's Christmas."
ROBERT PRESTON-"Truly witty, and not half"
Assistant Editor of Echo.
DOROTHY FRY-"I'll fight my own battles"
Latin Club, G.. R.. Knitting Club.
DALE ALDREDGE-"Efficient and alwalys occu-
Hi-Y, Basketball, Latin Club. Travel Club.
ALFRED LISTER-"At last a diploma-ah!"
Hi-Y, Latin Club, Travel Club, Band, Red
Cross, Scrap Drive.
SHIRLEY FORD-"A vital 'oart of our organi-
Band, Orchestra, First Aid Club, Knitting
Club, District Music Contest, National Music
Contest, G. R., G. R. Setting-Up, G. R. Summer
Camp, G. R. District Conference, G. R. Tri-City
Conference, Pep Club, Cheerleader, Echo, Presi-
dent of Home Room, Christmas Cantata, Movie
Club, Student Council District Conference, Staff
of "Ever Since Eve," 'LI Hear America Singing,"
t'Letters to Lucernef'
ROBERT BROWNING-"The dancer deluxe"
Latin Club, Hi-Y, Football, Senior Class Treas-
MAXINE STAIR-"Where's the fire? Not on my
G. R., First Aid, Personality Club, Red Cross
Club, Sewing Club.
LUCILLE STECKEL-"She has an artistic mind"
Pep Club, G. R., G. R. Conference, Art Con-
ference, Knitting, First Aid, Latin Club, Student
GRACE SCHWINDT-"Calm and kind, yet al-
Concert Girls' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Scrap-
book Club, Hostess Club, Personality Club, G. R.,
Echo, Honor Group.
KATHLEEN FOX-"A girl of character"
G. R., Aviation Club, Knitting Club, Pep Club,
G. A. A., Echo, Hostess Club, Home Mechanics,
Personality Club, Mixed Chorus, Scholastic Honor
EARL GUNKLE--"His best is all anyone can do"
Basketball, Hi-Y, Auto Mechanics, Football,
ELSIE DEIKER-"The girl with the sensational
G. R., Latin Club, G. A. A., Glee Club.
DELMA GIGER-"Small, but mighty"
G. R., Nuses Club, G. R. Mid-Winter Confer-
EARL MAIN-"N8'U9T lTy to d9C8i1J8 f66lCh67'S, It
VENETIA HENERY-"As friendly? as the day is
Band, G, R., Art, Orchestra.
MARGARET BUCK-"In tune with the times"
G. R., G. A. A., Telegraphy Club, Pep Club,
Dramatics, Usher at Plays, Christmas Pageant,
FERNE MCMULLEN-"Never let her be called a
DOROTHY REIDLE--"The girl with the queenly
G. R., Cheerio Club, Scrap Book Club, Li-
RUTHANNE ARNETT-"After jour years-grad-
MARY CATHERINE HEFFRON-"An athlete at
heart and very nice"
G. R., G. A. A., Pep Club, Latin Club, Avia-
tion Club, Scholastic Honor Society, Stamp Drive,
KENNETH PEERY-"The independent scientist"
Treasurer of Latin Club, Hi-Y, Band, Orches-
tra, Telegraphy Club, Intramural Basketball.
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DAVID MORRIS-"Our dashing redhead"
Latin Club, Band, Stagecraft Club, Student
JOANN WALLIS-"Mischief, mirth and merri-
Christmas Pageant, Production Staff of "Let-
ters to Lucerne," President of Movie Club, Sec-
retary of Latin Club, G. R. Setting-Up Con-
ference, G. A. A., Band, Orchestra, Echo, Glee
Club, Mixed Chorus, Concert Girls' Glee Club,
Pep Club, Junior Cheerleader, Secretary of De-
fense Clubs, Student Council, Tri-City Confer-
ence, Winner of Posture Contest '42, G. R. Com-
mittee Chairman, Secretary of Student Council,
Pep Club, Dramatics, Telegraphy Club.
HENRY COBB-"Friendly and very polite"
Band, Orchestra, Hi-Y President, Hi-Y Vice
President, Music Contest, Christrna: Cantata,
Camera Club, "Ever Since Eve," "Recipe for
Love," "Letters to Lucerne."
ESTHER SMITH-"By searching, you can find
beauty in life"
Personality Club, G. R., Junior Red Cross
Sewing Club, HI Hear America Singing."
GLENNIS FOSTER-"An emblem of depend-
G. R., Pep Club, First Aid Club, Glee Club,
Mixed Chorus, Concert Girls' Club, Student Li-
brarian, Variety Club, Red Cross Sewing Club,
Stamp Drive, Christmas Pageant, 'KI Hear Amer-
ica Singing," Honor Group.
LOIS JOHNSON-"Steam is on the beam, and
so am I"
Band, Orchestra, G. R., G. A. A., Geometry
Club, Music Contest, Christmas Pageant.
CHARLOTTE DAVIS-"Friendly, yes"
Travel Club, Red Cross Knitting, G. R., Latin
Club, Pep Club, Honor Group.
HOMER DAVEY-"The rugged irtdividualisf'
Hi-Y, "Ever Since Eve," Stage Craft Club.
LUCILLE FLAGLER-"Her laugh is contagious"
G. R., Sewing Club, Pep Club, Knitting Club,
Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Concert Girls' Glee
Club, Christmas Cantata.
WANDA LOVE-"I have my own ideas"
Sewing Club, G. R., Echo Reporter, Knitting
Club, Movie Club, Red Cross, Nursing Club,
Mixed Chorus, Librarian, Proctor.
BOB CORBIN-"Cheerfully quiet"
JUANITA ROBINSON-"Reaching a goal is
worth hard work"
Concert Girls' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, G. R.
Knitting Club, Letter Writing Club, Pep Club,
Hostess Club, G. A. A., Regional Contest, Na-
tional Contest, Messiah, Christmas Cantata, "I
Hear America Singing."
DOROTHY KENNEDY-"A soft answer turrieth
G. R., Secretarial Club, Crocheting Club, Tele-
graphy Club, Dramatics Club, Stamp Drive,
Scholastic Honor Society.
RUTH BRANDT-"Quiet, but efficient"
G. R., G. R. Cabinet, Reading Club, Honor
VEVA VAN SICKLE-"A mite of mischief"
G. A. A,, G. R.
RUTH HAGEBERG-"Always look to the fu-
ture, and forget' the past"
Scholastic Honor Society, Honor Group.
DOUGLAS GREGG-"'Up and at 'em' is his
ROSELLA HARVEY-"Moonlight becomes her"
Concert Girls' Glee Club, G. R. Cabinet, Mixed
Chorus, National and Regional Music Contests.
Setting-Up Conference, Personality Club, "I
Hear America Singing," Christmas Pageant.
CLIFFORD SHAW-"Fm looking for fame and
Football. Camera Club.
MAURENE MURPHY-"Personality plus-"
Pep Club, Cheerleader, Senior Class President,
"Ever Since Eve," Latin Club, President of
Senior Home Room, G. R. Cabinet, Band, Or-
chestra, Knitting Club, G. R. Setting-Up Conf.,
G. R. Mid-Winter Conf., Dist. Music Contest,
National Music Contest, First Aid Club, Movie
Club, Tri-City Conf., Summer Camp, Bide-a-Wee,
Christmas Pageant, Student Council Conv., "I
Hear America Singing," Echo Staff, t'Letters to
LAMAR MARKOWITZ-"E, H. S.'s handsome
Football, Track, Stage Craft Club.
DOROTHY STANTON-"Haste makes waste I
G. R., Sewing Club, G. R. Mid-Winter Con-
ference, Red Cross.
ALBERT TYLERYHI always hit the bull's eye-"
Football, Track, Hi-Y, Aviation Club.
HELEN FLADUNG-"Happy as the clay is long"
G. R., Pep Club, G. R. Mid-Winter Conference,
G. R. Summer Camp, Red Cross, Knitting Club,
AUDREY ANDERSON-"Ambitious, and very
G. R., Setting-Up Conference, Honor Group.
NAOMI MEINEN-"Gracious and graceful"
A., G. R., Telegraphy Club, G. R. Set-
Conference, Pep Club, Proctor, Student
Christmas Pageant, Stamp Drive, Air-
plane Club, Latin Club.
FAYE PARKS-"Diploma-Aan accident of course"
RICHARD LYONS-" The
model agriculture stu-
F. F. A. Club, Welding
Club, Red Cross Club.
PAUL BURRISf"l'll win in the long run"
Movie Club, Latin Club.
BETTY JEAN SNYDER-"Yes, she got her man"
Echo, G. R., Pep Club, G. A. A., Camera Club,
Red Cross, Movie Club.
JIM WALKINSHAW-"A genius in the making"
Football, Bmsketball, Track, Sophomore Class
Vice President, Sophomore Hi-Y Vice President,
Latin Club Treasurer, Camera Club, Movie Club,
Red Cross, Junior Class Treasurer, Speech, Dra-
matics, Christmas Cantata, "Ever Since Eve,"
'Small Town Girl."
ESTHER LEHNHERR-"My face is my fortune"
G. R., Pep Club.
IMOGENE CANNONi"She's short and sweet, but
so is life"
G. R., Red Cross, Pep Club.
GENE CALVERT-"Nice to know"
IDA MAE GAEDIKE-"I always speak my mind"
JAMES PERDARIS-"You've heard of the pep of
the peppen bor"
Mixed Chorus, Stagecraft Club, Hi-Y, President
of Travel Club, National Music Contest, Scrap
Drive, Latin Club.
ALBERTA CORNWELL-"As full of vitality as
an electric spark"
Editor of Echo, G. R., G. A. A., Knitting Club,
Aviation Club, G. R. Setting-Up Conference,
"Letters to Lucerne," Pep Club, Youth Council,
Scholastic Honor Society.
DON LEMONS-"A lot differcrlt than his name"
Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Hi-Y, Aviation Club,
Christmas Program, "I Hear America Singing,"
CARY BURRIS-"Dynamite comes in small
G. R., Pep Club, Latin Club.
TOM BLACK4"Naughty, but nice"
Hi-Y, Football, Basketball.
NORMA JEAN DAVIS-"Silent and serene"
Concert Girls' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, G.
R., Music Clinic, Cheerio Club, District Music
Contest, National Music Contest, Latin Club.
BETTY LOU MARTIN-"Always calm and col-
G. R., Concert Glee Club, Knitting Club,
Cheerio Club, Christmas Pageant, "I Hear Amer-
ica Singingf' Mixed Chorus, Stamp Drive.
ESTHER MAE MOON-"Live uprightly and 're-
ceive a reward"
G. R., Pep Club, Latin Club, Scrap Book Club,
Knitting Club, Christmas Pageant, Hostess Club,
G. R, Setting-Up Conference '4l.
DARLEAN STINSON-"Very pleasant, but also
G. R., Red Cross Sewing Club.
BETTY BAIN-"Pleasant and friendly"
G. R., Movie Club, Scrapbook Club, Proctor.
LAWRENCE BLEEKER-"The Rubinoff of E.
Orchestra, Glee Club, Mixed Chorus.
MARY JO CLAUSEN-
EMLYN REES-"He finishes what he begins"
VIVIAN GARRIOTT-"Look before you leap"
Sewing Club, Concert Glee Club, G. R., Scrap-
HAROLD REES-"I'll paddle my Own canoe"
Hi-Y, F, F. A. President.
PHYLLIS HUFFERD-"I always have beginners
Band, Orchestra, G. R., Movie Club, Christ-
mas Pageant, Nursing Club, National Music
MAX CUNNINGHAMA"Speech is great, but si-
lence is greater"
F. F, A,, Scrap Drive.
IRVING BUTLER, JR.-"Smile for everyone"
Football, Basketball, Track, Hi-Y, Stagccraft
ALICE GROH-"Another one of the famous Groh
G. A. A,, G. R., Re-Echo Staff, Concert
Girls' Glee Club, National Music Contest, Re-
gional Music Contest, Echo, Mixed Chorus, Music
Clinic, Pep Club, Knitting Club, Latin Club,
Christmas Pageant, The Elijah, Messiah, "I
Hear America Singing."
GEORGE LANGLEY-"Just call him 'Redm'
ROSE ANN HANSEN-"I have to draw the line
G. R., Red Cross, First Aid, G. A. A., Pep Club,
Dramatics, "Over the Rainbow."
ELIZABETH RICHARDSf"Her work is always
at the peak of perfection"
G. R., Pep Club, Camera Club, Variety Club,
Treasurer Latin Club, Band, Setting-Up Con-
ference, Student Council Convention '42, "Ever
Since Eve," "Letters to Lucerne," Honor Group.
LELAND WORKMAN-"Don't start something
you can't finish"
LILLIAN THORNTON-"She takes sunshine
wherever she goes"
G. R., Red Cross, Sewing Club.
KENNETH LANGLEY-"The cream of the cropl'
Dramatics, Stagecraft Club, First Aid, Scrap
ELLEN ANDERSON-"Her resourcefulness will
never be overlooked" '
G. R. ' '
GEORGE FAUST-"The sleeping beauty-Hr. 1"
Football, Hi-Y, Auto Mechanics, First Aid
Club, Football Club.
GWENDOLYN ANDERSON-"Very quiet and re-
G. R., Glee Club, Sewing Club, First Aid Club,
Girls' Pep Club, Movie Club.
CALVIN COWAN-"I'll take a chance"
ROBERTA AYERSf"A faithful librarian"
G. R., Echo, Librarian.
IRWIN COLLINGEf''Intellectually inclined"
Hi-Y, First Aid Club, Latin Club.
BILL ALLEN-"Basketball is his line"
Basketball, Track, Hi-Y.
GLORIA HAYESv"Vi1n, vigor and vitality"
RODNEY HOLDREDGE-"Did I hear someone
Hi-Y, Basketball, Band, Latin Club, Orchestra,
District Music Contest, National Music Contest,
Seniaa Glad of '43
William Abney, Dale Aldridge, Bill Allen, Jack Ames, Audrey Anderson, Ellen
Anderson, Gwendolyn Anderson, Ruthann Arnett, Roberta Ayers, Joan Bailey, Betty
Bain, Dorothy Alice Beitz, Tom Black, Carl Blair, Lawrence, Bleecker, Ruth Brandt,
Ellinor Brown, June Browning, Robert Lee Browning, Charles Russell Buck, Margaret
Buck, LaVerne Buckley, Junior' Burnes, Carrie Burris, Paul Burris, Imogene Cannon,
Kathleen Cannon, Marion Choate, Geraldine Clausen.
Mary Jo Clausen, Henry Cobb, Carol Colburn, Irwin Collinge, Robert Corbin,
Alberta Cornwell, Calvin Cowen, Max Cunningham, Bob Dabbs, Orvel Dailey, Homer
Davey, Charlotte Davis, John Davis, Norma Jean Davis, Williami Davis, Doris Dell,
Elsie Dieker, Jack Doles, Delbert Donald, Norma Jean Donelson, Warren Drummond,
Frances Dunham, Dorothy Ellis, Mildred Ellis, Bill Evans, Bill Ewing, Earl Ezzell,
George Faust, Helen Fladung.
Jerome Fladung, Lucile Flagler, Shirley Ford, Glennis Foster, Kathleen Fox, Julia
Ann French, Dorothy Fry, Wanda Jean Fuller, Earl Gadbery, Ida Gaedike, Irma Garrett,
Vivian Garriott, Dorothy Gechter, Mary Alice Geiger, Delma Giger, Marjorie Golden,
Howard Goodwin, Herbert Gosser, Douglas Gregg, Leona Grimmett, Alice Groh, Earl
Gunkel, Calvin Guy, Ruth Hageberg, Bob Hager, Betty Jo Hall, Raymond Hall, Rose
Ann Hansen, Clarence Harr.
Rosella Harvey, Gloria Hayes, Clifford Heckathorn, Mary Catherine Heffron,
Venetta Henery, Jack Herron, Rodney Holdredge, Helen Hollingsworth, Elizabeth
Holt, Nadine Howard, Phyllis Hufferd, Tom Hurst, Glendon Iverson, Ernest Jack-
son, Jr., Betty Johnson, Lois Johnson, Charlene Jones, John H. Jones, Nadine Jones,
George Keefer, Frank Keeler, Dorothy Kennedy, Ruthann Kent, Beverly Kopke, Clif-
ford Kopke, Barbara Kraus, Joe Kuhlman, George Langley, Kenneth Langley.
Myra Langley, Esther Lehnherr, Donald Lemons, Claudia Lewis, Rhea Lindsay,
Alfred Lister, Don Love, Lila Love, Wanda Love, Frances Lyons, Richards Lyons, Ferne
McMullen, Earl Main, LaMar Markowitz, Emma Marsh, Mary Gayle Marsh, Betty Mar-
tin, Willa Mae Marx, Vernabelle Mast, Vernon Matson, Naomi Meinen, Esther May
Moon, Winnifrede Morgan, David Morris, Harriett Morrow, Maurene Murphy, Maxine
Nickel, Faye Parks, Kenneth Peery.
Norma Perkins, Robert Pierson, Jack Powell, Mary Elizabeth Powell, Robert Pres-
ton, Emlyn Rees, Harold Rees, Dorothy Reidel, Elizabeth Richards, Wilford Riegle, Jr.,
Jackie Lee Rigg, Juanita Robinson, Marjorie Robinson, Shirley Rose, Keith Russell,
Oliver Samuel, Willa Saylors, Grace Schwindt, Louise Slattery, Bill Smith, Bob Smith,
Esther Smith, Annette Snider, Kenneth Snow, Betty Snyder, Mary Sowerby, Gloria Jean
Stair, Maxine Stair, Norma Stanley.
Dorothy Stanton, Lucille Steckel, Evelyn Stevenson, Darrell Stiffler, Dorlean Stin-
son, Jack Taylor, Glenna Thompson, Wanda Thompson, Lillian Thornton, Grace
Thresher, Albert Tyler, Madge Van Sickle, Ralph Van Sickle, Veva Van Sickle, James
Walkinshaw, Imogene Wallace, Joann Wallis, Francis Waters, Peggy Wells, Barbara
West, Alma White, Fritz Wichert, George W'illard, Gene Wilson, Scott Workman, Dale
Wright, Elva Zieammermann, John Zieammermann.
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First row-Audrey Anderson, Ruth Brandt, Ellinor Brown, Carol Colburn, Alberta Corn-
well, Frances Dunham.
Second row-Ruth Hageberg, Raymond Hall, Tom Hurst, George Keefer, Dorothy Ken-
nedy, Ralph Van Sickle.
Third row--Elizabeth Richards, Jackie Rigg, Grace Schwindt, Bob Smith, Evelyn Steven-
son, Jack Taylor.
llourth row-Madge Van Sickle, Robert Preston, Vivian Garriott, Mary Gayle Marsh,
Kathleen Fox, Scott Workman.
Fifth row-Betty Johnson, Mary C. Heffron, Irma Garrett, Glennis Foster, Charlotte
Davis, Lois Johnson.
Mildred Ellis, Ruthann Kent, Willa Mae Marx, Earl Gadbery and Oliver Samuel were also
among the honor students.
Grace Schwindt ranked highest with Ellinor Brown and Frances Dunham, second and
We feel a tribute is due to the Class
of '44 for the ever-increasing part they
have taken in school activities this year.
The first of the year each junior was re-
quested to bring in 75 pounds of scrap
metal as payment of his junior dues. The
scrap metal was sold to the government.
During the month of February the juniors
had charge of the War Bond and Stamp
Drive. They Went over the goal set at
31,000 by about 331185. This Was by far
the largest amount sold in one month up
to that time.
The class officers have done a good
job leading their class through a busy
year. They are Shirley Straight, presi-
dentg Ruth Granger, vice presidentg Nor-
man McAdoo, secretary, Phyllis Taylor,
The class sponsors are Misses Shir-
ley Thomson, Irene Brock, Mabel Cover-
dill, Lillian Valentine, Hope Vandeverg
Mesdames Lois Jaquith, Suzanne Millerg
Messrs. F. J. South, George A. Lodle, and
President . . Shirley Straight
Vice President . Ruth Granger
Secretary . . Norman McAd00
Treasurer . . Phyllis Taylor
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Merril Aikman, Freda Ames, Melville Archer, Eugene Aye, Ellen Arndt, Joan Ander-
son, Leon Austenfeld, Bill Barncord, Dale Bitler, Marie Brinkman, Wilbur Barrett, Flora
Bentz, Lucille Blahut, J. W. Brinkman, Betty Bass, Marcella Blahut, Letha June Brooks,
Wilma Bethke, Gwenda Braum, Marjorie Burden, Joan Beck, Barbara Bond, Ellinor
Brown, Wayne Barker, Arline Bitler, Doris Butler, Bob Baldridge, Norman Betty, Patricia
Don Burris, Gene Bratton, Jeanne Belting, Hazel Brown, Keith Crawford, Wanda J.
Campbell, Betty Crawley, Don Caywood, Paula Creson, Barbara Cooper, Barbara Chapin,
Marjorie Cunningham, Betty Cramer, Roy Corbin, Ina Lou Conklin, William Cochennet,
Robert Curtis, Dionysia Delgado, June Dell, Morris Dell, Robert Donnellan, Eugene Day,
Lyle Davis, Barbara Dabbs, Carol Drum, Norma Dow, Patty Endley, Versal Ermey, Billy
Eubank, Johnetta Ewing, Robert Embrey, Maxine Ellis.
Lawrence Eicher, Marjorie Fanestil, Roberta Foster, Jimmy Fouke, Ray Fowler, Dean
Fisher, Betty Frownfelter, Robert Foster, Roberta Foote, Anita Fulton, Ethel Fancher,
Peggy Fry, Eldon Gillum, Ethel Mae Gosser, Erma Lee Griffith, Ruth Granger, Edith
Grimes, Bob Greene, Winnifred Getz, Maxine Gunsolly, Delores Garriott, Wayne Gunkel,
Virgleene Greene, Maxine Hammond, Patricia Harrison, Juanita Hensley, Elladean Her-
zog, Bill Hickey, June Hodges, Bill Hufferd, Bill Hunt, Opal Hunter.
Royena Hayes, Barbara Hayes, Muriel Hoffman, Tommy Hutcherson, Nadine Hecka-
thorn, Bob Hostetter, Marilyn Heath, Beverly Honeyman, Merle Hayes, Jean Hoffman,
Challa Ireland, Edward Jones, LaVeda Jones, M-elba Jones, Richard James, Willard Jones,
Charles Jones, Jewell James, Loyce Jordon, Carl Knouse, Agnes Korte, Morgan Kramm,
Fran Kiene, Frank Knapp, Buddy Kirk, Lewis Keefer, Virga Lou Kragon, Matilda Luna,
Gerald LaCerte, Lester Lawson.
Richard Lyons, Bob Leonard, Beatrice Lodle, Helen Lewis, Betty Latta, Albert Lowry,
Lagora Longbine, Nevada Lewis, Wilma McCullough, Junior Metcalfe, Harold Morgan,
John McGaffin, Louise Miller, Norman Morray, Ardyce Macomber, Dean McGee, Richard
Murphy, Norma Mayes, Robert Mercer, Duane Moon, Treva Mallary, Mike McGuire, Sally
Minor, Shirley McCoy, Ronald Merwin, Bill Morgan, Norman McAdoo, Wilma Mercer,
DeKoven Moore, Rhetta Mast, Betty McKenney.
Margaret Montgomery. Wilfred Marks, Bernard McIlvain, Elsie Mitchell, Rita Nau-
man, Raymond Nott, Junior Ninneman, Nadine Noyes, Don Osborn, Marjorie Ormsby,
Pat O'Meara, Jean Pyle, Clifford Parry, Bob Payton, Phyllis Polley, Rosalie Phillips, Fritz
Pyle, Dorothy Powell, Marion Plummer, Jack Plummer, Dora Lee Porter, Melvin Quack-
enbush, Bernard Redman, Mary G. Richards, Tima Sue Russell, Bob Richter, Willa Rus-
sell, Lawrence Ramirez, John Robinson, Bill Reeble, Jeanne Ramy, Clifford Rich, Roy
John Rees, Margaret Rowland, Lupe Rangel, Lupe Rodriguez, Earl Randolph, Mary R.
Robinson, Larry Shepard, Florence Snider, Arlie. Stewart, Chas. Shirley, Ira South, Stan-
ley Storrer, Leon Schallehn, Adair Shoebrook, DeWayne Spatz, Bob Stout, Jean Shawgo,
Marian Smith, Martha Stehlik, Dale Schlup, Ralph Sill, Gertrude Spencer, Shirley
Straight, Agnes Schoeck, Trevia Shelton, Stella Mae Smith, Darlene Stevenson, Mary
Lee Smith, Mary Ann Steg, Jimmy Smith, Marian Steckel, Ted Schlup, Beulah Smith.
Virginia Spencer, Floyd Sutton, Katherine Taylor, Clair Thompson, Vernon Tomp-
kins, Jean Thompson, Duane Timmons, Phyllis Taylor, William Trear, Ed Tobin, Patty
Tholen, Jean Tyson, Kenneth Terry, Ted Turner, Fulgence Torres, Delores Totsche, Al-
berta Vandenberg, Myron VanGundy, Ima Jean Varner, Dale VanSickle, Bill Williams.
Gordon Wells, Fred Williamson, Ralph Wheeler, Max Williamson, Marjorie Wagner, Carol
Ann Wilcox, Lucille Worcester, Helen Woodworth, Wayne Whitaker, Richard Williamson,
Jeanne Walkinshaw, Catherine Williams, Dolph Wright, Elaine Waldrop, Marie Wilhite,
Leland Workman, Nanette White, Goldie White, Bill Wood.
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SOPHOMORE OFFICERS A salute to the up and coming Sopho-
President ....... Glenna, Davis rnores and Class of 1945. We hope that
Vice-president ...... Pat Ford their energy and vitality will not weaken
Secretary , . . Jackie Snyder throughout their remaining years in Em-
Treasurer ........ Bob Bizal poria High School.
Glam of 1945
Our teams this year were made up almost entirely of new material.
Although these boys lacked experience they didn't lack enthusiasm. They
had a tough schedule and they played it to the best of their ability. Allen
was high point man. The boys came through with some Very fine points
despite their defeats.
This year's football team was a hard
fighting team, They played a solid game.
kick for the extra points f 500
The boys had new uniforms this year
and they wore them with bravo! We dis Qt
covered a lot of new prospects this year and
are looking forward to a brighter future
Forty boys signed up for track this
year. The boys ran the Air Corps obstacle
course this year in addition to their regular
track event. We hope this will keep all the
Senior boys in condition so they will be in
top fighting condition when they are induct-
ed into the armed forces. Physical educa-
tion is stressed more strongly for all boys
and going out for track was a good start.
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With Ick Payne a sophomore coming in to Q F ,X
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Bill Allen . .
Jack Powell .
. . 66 Bill Collins . . .
. . 99 Rodney Holdredge
44 Carl Knouse . .
98 DeKoven Moore
77 Oliver Samuel .
Scott Workman 1755, Guard
Bud Pierson 1775, Full Back
Jack Powell 1785, End . .
Jerome Fladung 1795, Guard
Dale Wright 1815, Tackle .
Oliver Samuel 1825, Center
Bernie olin 1835, Tackle .
George Keefer 1845, Tackle
Bill Hufferd 1855, Guard .
George Faust 1865, Guard
Clarence Harr 1875, LH Back 158
Bill Collins 1885, Q Back .
John Robinson 1895, Q Back
Lamar Markowitz 1915, RH
Robert Browning 1925, Cen.
Tom Black 1955, RH Back
Albert Tyler 1935, Q Back
Frank Mitchell 1805, End
"B" FOOTBALL SQUAD
First row-Frazier, Plyne, Hager, Riegle, Jones, Archer, Gladfelter.
Second row-Harr, Hall, Main, Jones, Hunt, Lowery, Rameriz, Knouse.
Third row-Foote, Shown, Jones, 0'Mara, Butler, Daniels.
First row-Perdaris, Eicher, Van Gundy, Fouts, Fowler, Albin.
Second row-Walkinshaw, J. Smith, Hickey, Kunze, Frazier, Dick Hager, Archer,
Third row-Schlup, McGee, Luallin, Leland Workman, Hausley, Bob Hager, Cowen
Fourth row--Coach Smith, Lowry, Donald, Woodward, Fisher.
John Hall and Bill Allen were also out for track.
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The old "Spartan Spirit" is personified by the girls in those
bright red sweaters with the Spartan emblem. They may be seen at every
game, Whether football or basketball, lending their vocal and moral sup-
port to the team. A
The Pep Club is a real and active symbol of our democracy. Any girl
who is Willing to give her support to Emporia High School, especially at
its athletic events, is invited to join. Officers and cheerleaders are elected
by the members. This year's officers are: Barbara Kraus, president,
Peggy Wells, vice presidentg Maxine Gunsolly, secretary and treasurer.
Shirley Ford, Maurene Murphy, and Norma Stanley Were the girls
you saw out there leading the Pep Club and student body in the yells!
First row-Kathleen Cannon, Maurene Murphy, Mary Gayle Marsh, Shirley Ford, Ruth-
Second row-Peggy Wells, Norma Jean Donelson, Judy French, Elizabeth Richards, Mar-
garet Dinkler, Alberta Cornwell.
Third row-Jerome Fladung, Henry Cobb, Darrell Stiffler, and Jay South was also in the
Assemblies this year were highlighted by th-e colorful one-act plays
presented by the Dramatics department: "Small Town Girl," "Recipe for
Love," "When Amantha Comes," "Mrs. Bascom's Christmas," and "Make
Up and Live."
The two big plays of the year Were the G. R.-Hi-Y play, "Ever Since
Eve," and the Senior play, "Letters to Lucerne." The first was a comedy
Written around high school lifeg the second more of a serious nature Writ-
ten about a girls' school in Switzerland at the beginning of the War.
The cast for "Ever Since Eve" was: Maurene Murphy, Darrell Stiff-
ler, Norma Jean Donelson, Dean Fisher, Elizabeth Richards, Jay South,
Mary Gayle Marsh, Jerome Fladung, Henry Cobb, Fritz Pyle, Rolly Wes-
ley, Jack Doles, Homer Davey.
The cast for "Letters to Lucerne" was made up of: Mary Gayle
Marsh, Judy French, Maureen Murphy, Kathleen Cannon, Peggy Wells,
Alberta Cornwell, Elizabeth Richards, Shirley Ford, Ruthann Kent, Dar-
rell Stiffler, Henry Cobb, Jay South, and Jerome Fladung.
Sllucfenl eaunc '
First row-Taylor, Cannon, Rees, Donelson, Wallis, Bratten, Kells.
Second row-Wells, White, Ireland, Stanley, Taylor, Ames, Rose, Wilson, Snyder, Meinen,
Third row-Creson, Kelsey, Kuhlmann, French, Dick, Peery, Riegle, Gunsolly, Davis.
In this, its sixth year, the Student
Council was very successful. The Coun-
cil has had charge of the sale of war bonds
and stamps. A goal of 31,000.00 was set
for each month. The Student Council is
largely responsible for the success of our
all-school parties. The Council meets
every other Wednesday alternating with
assembly. There are 27 members and
John Rees .... President
Norma Jean Donelson . . .
. ..... Vice President
Joann Wallis . . Secretary
Gene Bratton . . . Treasurer
Sponsors: Rice Brown, Hope
Vandever, Floyd McCune and
First row-Peggy Wells, Kathleen Cannon, Treasurer, Mary Gayle Marsh, President, Marie Brinkman,
Secretary, Nanette White, Joann Wallis
Second row-Carol Ann Wilcox, Maxine Gunsolly, Marjorie Hall, Barbara Kraus, June Browning,
Shirley Straight, Ellinor Brown
Third row-Jean Pyle, Ruth Brandt, Freda Ames, Carol Drum, Helen Woodworth, Ruth Granger
Senior Ili-Y President-Earl Gadbery
' Junior I-Ii-Y President-Carl Knnuse
L' Sophomore Ili-Y President-Dirk llager
First Row-Beach, Jensen, Gay, Rogers, Kelsey, Sweet, Kuhlmann, Faust, Key, Randolph,
Second row-Chapin, White, Williamson, Colman, Wilson, Groh, Knapp, Ellis, Douglass.
Third row-Dick, Braum, Keine, Stahl, Wamser, Stout, Hansen, Burenheide.
Fourth row--Evans, Luallin, Moore, Richardson, Horton, Spencer, Deiker, Davis, Spencer,
Fifth row-Hobbs, Mantooth, Moon, Spencer, Feik, Gladfelter, Bizal.
"Will the meeting please come to order!', The Latin Clubs are now
officially in session!
There are three Latin Clubs. Each Latin class is organized into a
club which meets during class time every three weeks.
In order to develop leadership and initiative officers are elected twice
a year, and the president and the vice-president take turns conducting the
meetings. Officers who have served this year are: Louise Miller, Bob
Gladfelter, Jim Fouke, Jacquelyn Davis, Philip Jensen, Patricia Rogers,
Betty Kelsey, Walter Hurt, Laura Mae Kuhlmann, Robert Bizal, Marjorie
Wamser, Clinton Chapin, Elsie Dieker, Josephine Beach, Nina Horton,
Wilma Ellis, Henry Dick, Ione Coman, Mary Lou Wilson, Lloyd Hoover,
Norma Lee Sweet, Don Luallin, Jerry Smith, Pearl Stout.
Members of the clubs participate in the planning and the presentation
of the programs twice a year. The programs usually consist of a roll call,
a comparison of modern customs with those of Caesar's time, and a Latin
Ellinor Brown, Peggy Wells, Madge Ellinor Brown, Margaret Rowlands, Jo-
Van Sickle ann Wallis, Peggy Wells, Madge Van
Sickle, Martha Stehlik
7aia amd Smale!
The girls' Sextet and Trio have done much toward entertainment for
the different organizations in Emporia this year. The Trio is composed
of Ellinor Brown, Peggy Wells and Madge Van Sickle. Those in the Sex-
tet are Ellinor Brown, Margaret Rowlands, soprano, Joann Wallis, Peggy
Wells, second soprano, Madge Van Sickle, Martha Stehlik, alto.
There were two girls' glee club classes, one second hour and one third
From these classes the Concert Girls' Glee Club was chosen. This
group sang at several of the churches, the state meeting of Parent Teach-
ers Association, the Kansas Educators' Conference, over the radio, and at
the Class Sermon. They also sang at several assemblies.
All music groups were under the direction of Mrs. Roger Wager the
first semester, and under Mrs. Jack Miller's direction the second semester.
Both were very fine instructors.
First row-J. Davis, Ross, Howard, Wells, Wallis, West, Foster, M. Robinson, Flowers,
Second row-Dunham, Thresher, Suzanne Miller, Harvey, Gaedike, M. Smith.
Third row-Rowlands, Stanley, Fanestil, Shirley, Aikman, Madison, Bond, Pyle.
Fourth row-Bratten, Bleeker, Finnerty, Kirk, Main, Saylors, Groh,
Fifth row-A. Schwindt, Horten, Gosser, Donnellan, Rees, Brooks, R. Robinson.
Sixth row-N. Davis, W. Smith, J. Smith, Keeler, Korte, Reeble, James, M. Van Sickle,
Seventh row-Stair, Embry, Collins, McGuire, Torres, F. Robinson, T. Van Sickle.
The mixed chorus is composed of the Concert Girls' Glee Club, and the
boys' glee club, under the direction of Mrs. Suzanne Miller.
The highlight of the mixed chorus activities this year was the Christ-
mas Pageant presented in conjunction with the grade school chorus and
Junior High School chorus.
The boys' glee club also sang at several assemblies.
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Second row-M. Robinson, Brinkman, Pyle, Thresher, Dunham, M. Smith, Fanestil, Stan-
ley, Harvey, Gaedike.
Third row-A. Schwindt, Horton, Brooks, VanSickle, Bond, James, R. Robinson, Miller.
Fourth row-Rowlands, W. Smith, Drum, Groh, Saylors, N. Davis, Stehlik.
Boyd' Qlee Glad
First row-Bratton, Shirley, Madison, Van.Sickle, Aikman, Main, Rees, Reeble.
Second row-Miller, Kirk, Finnerty, Donnellan, Robinson, Bleeker, Keeler, Korte.
Third row-Stair, Torres, Gosser, Collins, Embry, McGuire, Langley, Smith.
Bam! amd Gfwheaha
BAND MEMBERS. Flutes-Paula Creson, Nadine Noyes, Venita Henry, Nanette White, Wayne Smith.
Oban'-Virginia Key, Mary Lou Peters, Robert Mitchell. Baxxoone-Harold Moore, Gloria Hayes. Alla
Clarim'f-Charlotte Hopwood, Nadine Bitler, Shirley Ladner. Bari Clurilwf-Jeanne Ramy, Joanne Ramy.
StI,XIl17l7077l'X, A110-Goldie White, Bill Cochennet, Marjorie Wagner, Delores Totsche. Su,x01vb0m'x, TK'l1Ill"
Pat Tholen, Pat Phillips. Burifom' Saxopbom'-Adair Shoebrook. Clarilwfx-Mary Jo Rose, Buddy Getz,
Gene Wilson, Willard Jones, Lois Johnson, Wanda Place, Ione Coman, Colleen MeCants, Shirley Lee, Doro-
thy MeMillan, Nadine Gay, Harold Morgan, Francis Kiene, Adair Shoebrook, Bob Smith, June F. Atte-
bury. Curllvis-Helen Hollingsworth, Donald Evans, Henry Dick, Clifford Perry, Mark Wliitla, Phyllis
Hufferd, Betty Lary, Gerald LaCerte, Donald Koons. 1'll'l'lIl'l9 Hurnx-Rosalie Askew, Charles Jones, Norma
J. Kopke, Barbara Hayes, Bdl'if0l1!'XLM3X Williamson, Albert Ropfogel, Leon Austenfield, Norburt Pier-
son. T1'u111bw1r's-Marioil Plummer, Vernon Beattie, Merle Hayes, Keith Stafford, Phil Woodbury, Wil-
ford Riegle, Kenneth Pohl. Tnbux-Ray Fowler, Norman McAd0o, Rodney Holdredge, Carl Knouse, John
Hall, Charles McDonald. Drums-Henry Cobb, Don Luallin, Bob Dabbs, J. W. Brinkman, Lee Nelson,
Jeanne Lambert, Donald Walrafen.
ORCHESTRA MEMBERS. Violins-Lawrence Bleeclter, Barbara Shafer, Gloria Hayes, Charlotte Hop-
wood, Rosalie Phillips, Marylin Heath, Virginia Key, Jeanne Ramy. Violu-Barbara Hayes, George Wil-
lard. C0110-Mark Vfhitla, Margaret Montgomery, Buelah Smith. Burr Vial-Harold Moore. Piano-lone
Coman. Fluff'-Paula Creson, Nanette White, Venita Henry, Nadine Noyes. Clurinvix-Mary Jo Rose,
Buddy Getz, Gene Wilson, Wanda Place, Colleen MeCants, Harold Morgan. Suxollbam'-Goldie White,
Pat Phillips. Corm'l.v-Helen Hollingsworth, Donald Evans, Betty Lary, Clifford Parry, Gerald LaCerte,
Phyllis Hufferd. Fl'!'lll'h Horns-Rosalie Askew, Charles Jones. Eizjrlmllinm-Max Williamson. Trom-
fwm'-Marion Plummer, Vernon Beattie, Merle Hayes, Phil Woodbury, Kenneth Pohl, Wilfizrd Riegle,
Keith Stafford. Baxxvs-Ray Fowler, Carl Knouse, Rodney Holdredge, Norman McAdoo. Drums-Bob
Dabbs. Donald Walrafen.
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One of the highlights of the year was the annual "Carnivalita." Con-
fetti, noisemakers, crazy hats, many varied booths, all went together to
make it a big success. At nine o'clock the concessions closed and everybody
filed into the auditorium to witness the big event of the evening, the
crowning of the Popularity King and Queen. Large, scintillating letters
spelling Victory Couple, swinging between a huge, glittering "V,i' formed
the background for the throne. As the identity of the couple had been
kept secret, all eyes were on the stage when the curtain parted.
There on the throne, flanked on both sides by the attendants and pages,
was the Queen, Peggy Wells, and the King, Earl Gadbery. The attend-
ants for the Queen were Alberta Cornwell, Kathleen Cannon, and Maurene
Murphy. The King's attendants were Jack Powell, Darrell Stiffler, and
Bill Allen. The tiny pages were Sue Russell and Max Dunlevy.
A quartet of Emporia State Aviation Cadets provided a delightful
program with both their solo and quartet numbers. The dance band played
for the Coronation. After the Coronation the King and Queen followed by
the attendants led the way to the gym for the Coronation Ball.
First row-Polley, Dabbs, Hall, Russell, Lindsay, Cornwell, Flaldung, Kraus, Wallis.
Second row-Gadhery, Brinkman, Heath, Russell, Mallory, White, Ford, Murphy, Geiger.
Third row-Ireland, Donelson, Fladung, Foster, French, McGuire.
Hurry! Hurry! is the password and countersign down at the Echo
headquarters. "Deadlines" have to be met. Time, tide, and the Echo
Staff wait on nobody.
A journalism class under the direction of Mrs. Jaquith turned in all
Remember the Ramblings Column and later the Gremlings Column?
The Spartan Hit Parade and Here Are the Words were favorite spots of
the Echo. An addition to this yearls Echo was a news item each week
telling about an E. H. S. boy in service.
This year's staff was headed by Alberta Cornwell, editor. Her able
assistants were: Assistant Editors, Robert Preston, Nanette White, and
Marie Brinkmang Business Managers, Earl Gadbery and Shirley Ford,
Circulation Manager, Mary Alice Geiger, Sports Writers, Mike McGuire,
Jerome Fladung and Don Fanestil.
Frances Dunham, Glennis Foster, Peggy Wells, George Keefer.
Bob Dabbs, Madge Van Sickle, Alice Groh, Mary Heffron.
Bob Smith, Jerome Fladung, Frank Keeler, F. J. South
The Re-Echo staff was confronted With a great many difficulties this
year, priorities being not the least of them. A late start added to their
troubles. The graduation of Oliver Samuel, business manager, at mid-
semester was an added difficulty. After many Weeks of indecision,
George Keefer was appointed business manager. Having only one photo-
grapher, a shortage of film, and time!
Rush to the engraver, rush to the printer-Wait, Wait, While ye ol
Editor slowly goes batty. At last, everything in readiness, and the main
hope is that you enjoy the annual, and appreciate the fact that you will
have a keepsake of your high school days.
The staff under the direction of Peggy Wells, Editor-in-Chief, are:
George Keefer, business manager, Ruthann Kent, assistant editor, Bob
Dabbs and Alice Groh, assistant business managers, Frances Dunham,
copy editor, Madge VanSickle, senior section editor, Bob Smith, art edi-
tor, Kathleen Cannon, typist, Mary Heffron, girls' sports editor, Frank
Keeler, boys' sports editor, Glennis Foster, organization editor.
Industrial Arts classes under the supervision of George A. Lodle have
completed another successful year.
The beautiful pieces of furniture show the skill and artistic ability
of the students participating in these classes.
i . Classes offered in the Industrial Arts Department are Mechanical
Drawing, Architectural Drawing, Bench Woodwork, Advanced Cabinet
Making, Wood Turning and Vocational Carpentry. Courses offered in
evening school are furniture repair, refinishing, upholstery, and home
mechanics for girls.
The following students have done outstanding work this year in the
Industrial Arts Department: Junior Burnes, Howard Goodwin, John
Jones, John Zieammerman, David Morris and Bill Hufferd.
Students in the Industrial Arts Department have done additional
work outside of class that included stage work, collecting junk, Junior
Red Cross, and a Cabinet for the Girl Reserves. Much credit is due the
students of the Industrial Arts Department.
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Van Gundy, Kusmaul.
Second row--Ellis, Osman, Magathan, Stolfus, D. Gunkel, Albright, Ludy, Wllliams Edie
H. Rees, Lyons.
Back row-E. Rees, Landrith, Whitaker, Davis, Trear, Dailey, Kopke, Heckathorn Cun
ningham, Strebel, Foster, Mr. Taylor.
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The Emporia Chapter of Future Farmers of
America is a part of the national organization
for high school boys studying vocational agri-
culture. The officers for the year 1942 and 1943
are Harold Rees, president, Emlyn Rees, Vice
president, Bill Evans, secretary, Max Cunning-
ham, treasurerg Robert Foster, reporter, and Bill
Landrith, farm Watch dog.
The forty-nine members have done much for
the War effort. The increase in size and scope
of farm crops and livestock produced has been
marked. In the shop, members have repaired
machinery, built poultry equipment, hog feeders,
cattle feeding bunks, and a Wide Variety of small
The members are meeting the challenge of
production for War.
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To our boys in the service.
What can we sau?
What can we say, we who are here at home, safe? We
who have so few sacrifices to mahe. We who go along from
flag to dag the same as always. What can we say to cnr
boys in the service who are giving their lives? Giving up
their dreams of the future. Giving up the people they love
and the homes that they love.
We say: God bless them and keep them, and may the
lore of God be made to shine upon them and bring them
We, the Senior class of '43, being of sound mind and a healthful body, do hereby
bequeath the following to the poor unfortunate victims who fall into our footsteps:
To the Sophomores, we will our talented brains and good looks.
To the Juniors, we will our overwhelming ambition, hoping that "theirs" will not be
To the Senior sponsors all we can do is thank them and give them hearty congratula-
tions for their survival this past year, but to keep them from missing us, Alice Groh will
leave her ability to be late every day, and get by with it, to her sister, Dot Groh, who has
already accomplished this art-How does she do it?
Earl Gadbery wills his long legs to Norman: McAdoo whom We hope will puit them to
good use on his paper route.
Bud Pierson and Dale Wright, the two-ton Tonies of the football squad, take all they
have because they would look funny without it.
Gene Earl Wilson will gladly leave his extra piecesj left over from watch repairing to
the scrap metal drive.
Peggy Wells bequeaths her right arm to Marjorie Fanestil to carry on the G. R. songs.
Maxine Nickel leaves her ability of spreading news to Freddie Williamson.
Willa Jean Saylors leaves-with George Keefer.
Barbara Kraus wills her athletic ability to next year's football and basketball teams.
Louise Slattery bequeaths her broken and unbroken record collection to Ruth Granger.
Junior Butler leaves his patrol boy station to Charlie Foote.
Treva Shelton wills her "Song Bird of the South" reputation to Charlotte Shelton.
Francis Waters takes his speeding with him.
Alfred Lister leaves his jinx in the printing room to Mr. F. J. South.
Maurene Murphy, Shirley Ford and Norma Stanley, the cheering cherubs of '43, leave
their vim, vigor and vitality to the Juniors who will be wearing their shoes.
Jerome talias "Whiz,'J ialias "Jerry"J Fladung wills his flashy skating ability to
anyone who dares tackle it.
Alberta Cornwell willingly leaves the position as editor of the "Echo," and a. used
flashlight for dark nights after working on the paper, to her successor.
LaMar Markowitz bequeaths his football helmet and his way with the women to Clair
Thompson, who we know will make good use of the latter.
To the Hlove-worn" of Emporia High whoever they may be, Kathleen Cannon and
Darrell Stiffler leave their ability to kiss and make-up.
With regret Jack Ames leaves his Rose CMary Jol in school, but to no Junior or
Joe Kuhlmann leaves his basketball shorts and long reach to Carl Knouse, hoping
both will fit.
Ellinor Brown leaves her "EU grades to Bill Hickey.
Norma Jean Donelson bequeaths her acting ability, throwing in the Southern accent,
to Jeanne Walkinshaw.
Mary Gayle Marsh bequeaths her executive ability in handling G. R., but not Oliver
Samuel, to her successor.
James Walkinshaw wills his curly locks to Jack Plummer.
Jim Perdaris hates to part, but he must with his quietness, and while it must be
wished off, he will leave it with Dean Fisher.
Jack Powell, Bill Allen, Rodney Holdredge, Ray Hall and Oliver Samuel leave their
championship cup to the Y. M. C. A. club room to be used for a Tiddley-winks bowl.
Julia Ann French leaves her microphone to anyone who doesn't have mike fright.
Notice to all underclassmen: The Seniors listed below are leaving at Senior High an
accumulation of "What have you," to anyone who desires such or can qualify for same.
The list to be posted includes: David Morris' whoopee, minus fenders, and breaks, Robert
Lee Browning's brown and white checked shirt, Tom Hurst's voice-box, Marion Choate's
purple evening pajamas, Don Lemons' red sweater, Mick Lindsay plus horse, Carrie Bur-
ris's thimble, Henry Cobb's right arm to be used on the bass drum, Betty Jo Hallis soda
fountain squirt to another jerk, Ruthann Kent's plaid shirt to be used strictly on a ranch,
Madge VanSickle's winning smile, Robert Preston's ramblings, Dorothy Gechter's blond
hair, and Kathleen Foxs aeronautical ambitions.
Lastly we appoint and nominate the sponsors of the class of 1943 to be the witnesses
of this our last will and testament. We, the Seniors of '43.
WITNESSES-Miss Loretto Langley, Miss Maude Jackson, Miss Sophie Rodewald,
Miss Ruth McCrosky, Miss Marion Howard, Mr. Herbert James, Mr, Edward Price, Mr.
Ormond Parker, Mr. Alfred Smith.
COMMITTEE-Joann Wallis, Robert Lee Browning, Dorothy Gechter, Kathleen Fox,
Earl Gadbery, Ruthann Kent, Jerome Fladung.
BILL ALLEN-Coach of the all-county basketball team of Olpe HU."
BARBARA KRAUS-All American halfback and will play her final game at
RAY HALL-E. H. S. coach of the Intramural All Stars.
MAURENE MURPHY-Professional model for winter woollies.
EARL GADBERY-Orchestra leader for the Gazette carriers.
DAVID MORRIS-College professor of Fine Arts.
SHIRLEY FORD-Stars in Broadway hit "Arkansas Traveler."
BILL EWING-"Chl Gee! I'd like to be a G-Man and go bang-bang-bang!"
ROBERT LEE BROWNING-Hunting Rommel in North Africa.
RUTHANN KENT-Runs a Boarding School for Old Maids.
N AOMI MEINEN-Seen with three red-heads, one big and two little.
MARY GAYLE MARSH-Has a skunk farm in the Cascades.
ROSE ANN HANSEN-Free as a Bird in a Gilded Cage.
HOWARD GOODWIN-The iceman.
lVlARIO'N CHO-ATE-Teaches new farm tricks to the F. F. A.
DARRELL STIFFLER-Insurance salesman. Sure of everything but his love
PEGGY WELLS-Finally got her chance on the stage but quit because the
trunks were too heavy.
KATHLEEN CANNON-Model for "Slim-Jane Pretzels."
BETTY Jo HALL-Newly discovered Mae West.
EMMA MARSH-Professional fingernail polish peeler off-er.
LAMAR MARKOWITZ-Dandelion digger at the White House.
GRACE SCHWINDT-Swam the English Channel.
FRANCIS WATERS-Stable boy at the "Nags and Bags" race track.
GLENNIS FOSTER-A parachutist.
NORMA JEAN DAVIS-WON the baton twirling contest at the county fair.
RODNEY HOLDREDGE-Private secretary to Hedy Lamarr.
HENRY CU'BB-HlS latest book is "Corn," by Cobb.
ALBERTA CORNWELL-Her favorite flower is a Rose.
HOMER DAVEY-Peafl diver in the South Seas.
TOM HURST-New announcer on Jack Benny's program. Competition for
JAMES WALKINSHAW-OHCS a lover always a lover.
MARY ALICE GIEGER-Head of the P. T. S. A.
JACK POWELL-Floor walker in the utoddling-kiddies" department.
CAROL COLBURN-She has just broken her seventh engagement.
DOROTHY GECHTER-Is now wearing her hair "up,"
JUDY FRENCH-Scrubs floors in Radio City.
MICKEY LINDSAY-How she loves the horses.
JOAN BAILEY-RUHS a parking lot in the Arabian desert.
DOROTHY FRY-Reducing exercises-Be spry with Fry.
DOROTHY STANTON-Best dressed missionary.
IMOGENE CANNON-There's still a Cannon Fruit Market.
TREVIA SHELTON-Has just finished her third moving picture.
FRANK KEELER-Making tooth brushes for Unpack That Snack Tooth
Brush Manufacturing Co.
HELEN AND JEROME FLADUNG-Running the "We Suit Youi' Apartments.
FRITZ WICHERT-OWHQT of the College Grill.
NORMA JEAN DoNELsoN-Head bouncer at the Stork Club.
CARY BURRIS-Third from the left in the Rockettes.
TIMA SUE RUSSELL-Still working for her seven-eighths oi' a credit so she
ANNETTE SNIDER-First woman governor of Kansas.
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' REDDY KILOWATT 5
' Wishes You All i
E L BEST OF LUCK:
THE KANSAS ELECTRIC POWER CO.
MAYTAG SALES CO. THE TOPEC CAFE L
Maytag XVashers and Ironers 4 . L
Philco Radios and Refrigerators We reed the Champlons of E' H' S' 1
Perfection Oil Stoves .
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Seventy-six years ago Theodore Poehlcr started Il Wholesale i
lll '4"'--' --iii grocery business in Lawrence, Kansas. His idea of good mer- llllll ""-" '-"" l -
Q-Q-my ehandise embraced three essential elements- H
A-gIgU'C?Ti' r5'6'1fu'eo-rw '
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GOOD SERVICE-1-HGI-I QUALITY-REASONABLE PRICES '
To this day the Theodore Poehler Mercantile Company has adhered steadfastly to these principles, E
and with the growth and enlargement of its business, it will continue to adhere to them. E
Our Products are Marketed under Two Brands: '
POEHLER KING flrancyj
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THE THEU. PUEHLER MERCANTILE CU. E
Mc'PH1TRSON, KAN. LAWRENCIC, KAN. EMPORIA, KAN Q
WHOLESALEIKS OF GOOD FOODS U
Fomzdml 1867, lm: 1889 E
A Kansas House for Kansas People E
f19ur lgearliesi fllnngraiulalinns in the Seniur
Qllass--muh nur best fnislqes ilqai the future
iuill bring in gnu ehergihiug that fnill make
fur Quur lgappiuess- fllt has been nur pleas-
ure in serhe ilge Seninr Glass as fnell as the
glfzxrultg anh the remaining siuhenl hung uf
Qnur fine lyiglq selgnnl huriug the past gear-
gilmer 115- Siehlynff
The Citizens National Bank
Capital and ,56 0 Emporia's Oldest
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S5339,000.00 '-M ,-5 Bank
Savings Accounts Safe Deposit Vault
Checking Accounts Trust Department
Time Certificates Foreign Exchange
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Will Rogers once Wrote: "Statistics have proven that there are 25 Bath Tubs !
sold to every Bible. And fifty to every Dictionary, and 389 to every Encyclo- g
pedia. Proving that, while we may be neglecting the Interior, we are looking
after the Exterior."
We are not selling bath tubs but we want you to know We are selling 100 ll
times as many Bibles and Collegiate Dictionaries as there are bath tubs being sold E
in Emporia. E
ECKDALL St McCARTY
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Compliments of THE PAINT MART E
J, C, DUMM MARC MARCELLUS
FURNITURE CO- PAINTS WALLPAPER U
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and Ncccsxzfy . . . IRELAND SHOE
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Emporia, Kansas Q
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Cutlery TH' ' E S Hardware
Radios Q A a Sport Goods
pmt PHOKI sos Wallpaper
If You Care-
Better Portraits Made Our Business i
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COMPLIMIQNTS OF ' For Bruises
S. H. KRESS sf Co. glfif and Cuts
Sc, 10e 8C 2Sc Store
Headquarters for School Supplies
At Your Drug Store
I oz. 50c,4 oz. SL25
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Diamonds Watches MVARSHALL RANDEL
FORT JEWEL SHOP
High School Jewelry
PENNINGTON SUPER AUTO SERVICE
Phone 1038 DERBY PRODUCTS Sth SL Coml
REXALL DRUG STORE
AL'S SHOE SHOP
AL KING, Prop.
Shueffer Fountain Pens 723 COIT1,l Pl101'16 993
Cara Nome Toiletries
Two Good Names to Remember When Buying
URBAN C. BROWN and JOHN HANCOCK LIFE
Office with Warrexx Mortgage
HANNA 81 KEEFER
628 Com'l Phone 219
F. W. WOOLWORTH
Headquarters for School Supplies
Now as always-
smartly styled quality clothes
Em110ria's Sfyopllzlug Cwzfm' Since 1868
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BUY 31,000 Q
On the Installment Plan
GROH BROS. ll
You'll be plcascd with the case E
and speed your 31,000 accumu- C
lates through regular savings U
plus your liberal earnings. U
Phone 321 328 C0m'l MUTUAL BUILDING Sz E
I REXALL DRUG STORE
Prcscri tions 2
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, Cara Nome Toiletries
FURNITURE co. Q
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THE EMPURTA GAZETTE U
Printers and Publishers
COMMERCIAL PRINTERS U
EMPORIA, KANSAS g
Printers of the K. S. T. C. Sunflower and thc E
Emporia High School Re-lfeho i
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I Sur Dentist
g Phone 428 Citizens Bldg. Phone 447 Gazette Bldg-
I C. E. PARTRIDGE, M. D. DR, E, W, MULKEY
is Physician 8C Surgeon Dentist
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I WARREN MORTGAGE Co.
g CLASS OF 1943
Q 28 W. sth Ave. TELEPHQNE 403
g I-In BBY Hausa
i 1003 East Sixth Ave. Phone 2625
Q Roller Skating Other Amusements
g WE SOLICIT YOUR PRIVATE PARTIES
i Call Us and Make' ATTd11gClfI677fS
i CLYDE SHARRAI
g PUBLIC SESSIONS EVERY DAY 7-10 P. M.-25c plus Tax
I , McKEE-FLEMING LUMRER Co.
i LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL
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