English High School - Englishman Yearbook (English, IN)

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C LLOYD RAY BUCHANNAN QFebruary17 1936 September 17 1934 our deceased classmate Ray Buchannan whose memory we will alvtays cherxsh V . -- . f J We, the Senior Class of nineteen fifty-five, dedicate this yearbook to :ag 1 WILLIAM E. MATHERS oRv11.1.r: L1-:1-: TILL!-:RY SCCTCYBYY Township Trustee Board of Education .1 IRVIN A. FAHR LAVERNE HUGHES President Treasurer 4 1: F W "YW" ki? ' A fywc .-'V FACZU IEW IDENA HOBSON DAVID L. HAMBLIN Principal Typing Q'- Superintendent Biology wmv- Q FRANCES GRA YBILL English OI ,O WILLIAM T. BEASLEY Mathematics 84 Science- CHARLES j. HOOVER Music 8: Band ORPAH LEE GARRISON Vocational Economics DONALD VOGLESONG Commerce ,'.-4 .qw SANFORD FRAZEE Vocational Agriculture MARlE GOODWIN Second 81 Third Grades ff' HELEN B. TEMPLE First Grade 7?- 'x I- fi WOODROW NEWKIRK Sixth 81 Seventh Grades -67' GORDON DICU5 FULKI IE TONE 1 Fifth Grade Third B1 I' 0 r I Grade DONNIE OVVENS-PRESIDENT JERRY CREWS-VICE-PRESIDENT Sharpff A -Villing Worker '55 fm Lx I BOB BOSS-TREASURER FRANK HUSKVSECRETARY Dependable There 1'-'hen Needed 9 A' 1 A X " B , .X nf DAVID MH-BY MARY HOLLEN Industrious A Friend To Everyone 0 0 CULEEN YREADZNAY FERPUS NI-IV.KIRi-1 Always hmilinq New!-r fu Bc I-'orgullvn W J' S. X ,1 'X 3 if .3 DIANE I' LANIGAN Baskr-'ball Owven MAR LENE STROUD jAMES ENLOVN Lovefr Boy ark - "WW S RONALD jONES jUF-.NITA BULLINGTON Alwavs -Ioll' I y Girl With A Future RWANDA JO KING P11-aging Ps-rf-onality EULAH FERN NEWTON Always Has A Smile LOUIE AISTOT 1' Alwayb Friendly g,qwL2uI,1.ENl.O-'- E-.RI.I-IT TA BRO'-N N un. N: rr..b2x.,h1 5"'d'O1Y 5ANDRA FIELDS A True Frivnd .gi Cu 7' 0, E Q ' 'T I jAMES SATTERFIELD Always Be Remembered CHARLES MORGAN Naughty-But 1 I . og g V PATRICIA SEIBERT Helpmg Hand SANDY SCOUDAN Niqg The Mischievous One LEON LEASER Bashful But Nice LOREN LEASER Nothing Worries Him ,-C, 1' CATHERINE CRAWFORD Bright Future N sf E A1131-QR TA Lum' FQULCOUN NFW'k"n F' "V Character LOR EN COLD MAN Ambilifxvxs FANDA LOL' ROBERTS Pepflf :PN JIM Moss .Vhat A Physique MA RjORlE BA KER Pc'p,',',' 1 - Q RONALD KISSEL Girls And Basketball 15 Class History On Septembf r 8 1951 the doors of E H S opened and Frcshrnfn entered the great halls of learmng lhry we re Louie Allstott Marjorle Baker Dencxl Bennett Bob Boss Sherrlll Bradshaw Arletta Brown Ray Buchanan uamta Bullmgton Paul Colin Catherme Crawford jerry Crews Neoml Culbertson B1l1y Dooley Carroll Enlow james Enlow Dorls Ferryman Sandra Flelds Dxane Flanagan Loren Goldman Perry Gray Eugene Hollen Mary Hollen Frank Husk Ronald ones ohn joe judd Harold Kendrlck Wanda Ktno Ronald K1sse1 Leon Leaser Loren Leaser Margle Luff Charles Morgan james Moss Ferrls New klrk Eulah Newton Donald Owens Sanda Roberts james Satterfleld Wanda Satterfleld Sandra Scoudan Amuel Sheckells PBYTICIB Selbert oanne Smtth Marlene Stroud Coleene Treadway Bettv Young Those who withdrew durlng our Freshman year were Dencll Bennett who enllsted 1n the U S Mar1nes and IS statloned at Parrls Island South Carohna Qhernll Bradshaw who w11l gladuate from Exansyllle thts year Bmlly Dooley who resxdes wlth hxs parents at Orleans Harold Kendrtck who IS xn the U S Army and IS stauoned at Camp Gordon Georgla Joanne Qmxth who 15 resldlng with her parents at Mmfflln Vwxan Goss of Huntlngburg and Dayld Mllby of Nancy Kentucky jolned us ln the latter part of our Freshman year maklng a total of -13 merr-bers at the DGOIYIUIDQ of our Sophomore yc lr I -- 2 , , . . . -16 fa r u ' - , . 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Members of our class who falled to return for their Sophomore year were I-'-muel Sheckells who Wlll graduate from Leayenworth thls year Betty Younw who wlll graduate from Frankfort lndtana thls year X. utan Goss who res1des m Huntxnoburo Those who wtthdrew dunng the year were Perry Gray who IS employed at the Marengo Furmture Factory Euoene Hollen who IS employed wlth the Southern Ratlway Vanda Satterfteld who IS now Mrs Charles enklns ohn Ioe Judd who enlisted ln the U S Army and IS statloned IH France Garry lltggs jomed us from French Llck and oan Lawsow jomed us from Mllltown at the befnnnlng ofthe year oan later marrted -Iackle Patton leaxtno us wtth a total of 37 members at the close of the year our umor year She resxdes with her parents near Grantsburg Beglnnlng our Semor year our class was deeply grleved by the death of our classmate Ray Buchanan who dled September 17 after sufferlno over a lono perlod of ttme from a cancerous condltlon We also lost Garry WlggS who moved to Orlea ms and Dorts Ferryman who moved to Sprlngfleld Ohio Garry and Dorxs wlll oraduatc from those respectlve hloh schools this year Today the doors of E H S once agam syymo open as the Class of on emertf to take lts place tn the World The 33 oraduates are Loute Allstott Marjorle Baker Bob Boss Arletta Brown juamta Bullmgton Paul Colln Catherine Crawford erry Crews Carroll Enlow ames Enlow Sandra Ftelds Dlane Flamgan L oren Goldman Mary Hollen Frank Hugk Ronald jones Coleene T1-eadw ll anda Kmg Ronald Ktssel L eon Leaser Loren Leaser Marg1e Luff Davld Mxlby Charles Moruan ames Moss Ferrts Newk1rk Eulah Newton Donald Owens oanda Roberts ames Satterftetd Sandra Scoudan Patrlcla Selbert Marlene Stroud Iwlarjorxe Baker . , ' . 1 - ' I- - F :,, V Y. , ' , . ' . V 7 D O' v rl ' I I . . . I y T7 , ' X' . . Y , . 1 J . . I 5 , . . g . . . . H , w V - -I , ,' 53 . Neomi Culbertson was the only member of our class who did not return for . . . , . n 1 ' 1 ' 5, O ' . . . . 1 . , I 1 Y U bu . l . . , . . . . O X O . . , W-- , V - ,M , . . . O Q ,, ' . M : V 7 ,ay Class Colors W e the graduatlrw class of nlneteen hundred and fzfty flve have chosen as our class colors red and whlte In adoptmg these colors whxch are so consp1cuous 1n our natlonal flao we have a twofold symbollsm Flrst the red symbollzes bravery Thls 15 a world that needs bravery and we the Semor Class want to possess the utmost bravery m the years to come Red also mdxcates happmess and joy XKhlCh lf possessed by all wtll make the world more enjoyable o thls red we jom the whlte whlch symbolxzes pur1ty Pur1ty means cleanhness of actxon word and thought To prove to the world what great men and women we can be 1f we are given the chance to put mto practlce what we have so pat1ently learned we must concentrate upon purlty the pursuit that ranks so hlgh ln every students success So many of our acuons depend upon purlty and cleanhness of our llves vvhxch IS symbolxzed by the wh1te of the class colors So may our red and whxte lead us on to purxty mlxed wlth bravery that young who have already learned the paths that lead to success and have demonstrated the value of our own prmnclples of purlty happmess, and bravery Arletta Brown Class Flower The Semors of mneteen hundred and flfty fzve have chosen for then- C1355 flower the red rose There are many reasons why we have chosen the red rose Flrst because of lts beauty and rxchness whlch appeals to us but most of all because lt symbohzes purxty tenderness and love The sheltered and protected envu-Qnmem of the rose may be compared to the years of worry whlch have been devoted to the protectton and securlty of our hves Because the rose lb a tender blossom lt must not be hurr1ed xnto the task of bloommg but must have devoted care for a successful development So xt as wxth the human lxves We l1ke the rose have had devoted care so that we may now blossom lnto flowers to grace the garden of soclety The rose IS also a symbol of endurance If1t1s placed wlth other flowers 1n a bouquet the rose wlll be found fresh and unchanged whlle the others have long stnce vxqthered and dled VN e 100 must grow slowly and develop a perfect character to be able to endure life as lt comes and be developed into a proud and useful cltlzen 1n the Amemcan way of llfe Catherlne Crax ford , Y . O . , - , 1 , I . . .,, ' ' 1 ' ' I . V Y , A . 1 y . n , , . . . . 4 . i . Q h y . , . I Y U D ' I , g . U . . 4 . people must have if they wish to take their place among men and women of experience, ' ' 7 v V . . . , . l . V . , , Q . 1 , . . fy . ' . I . V . 1 V . , V , , . ' I D V. . ' , , t , , , . . Q . y l Class Motto Ne the graduatmv class of mneteen hundred and flfty five have chosen for our class motto Not Ftmshed just Begun Although we feel It IS an honor to graduate from hmh school we reallze that we must lncrease our know ledge to keep up with the modern and educated world of today We have looked forward wlth anxlety to the day when we w1ll recelve our dtplomas and be ready to face the world bravely wxth all its problems Althouoh the way has not always been easy we have achieved the goal for which We have strived for so lone lNow that we have reached thms goal we must not stop but keep on seekmg hlgher and better thtnos ln llfe The encouraoement and effort of others have made thxs oraduatlon posslble Our teachers our parents and our frtends have helped us ln reaching thls ooal whlch at one tlme we thought to be lmposslble In our heart hes the ambltlon to become Great For thls and many other reasons we feel that our llves are NotF1n1shed just Begun Margxe Alberta Luff The Seniors Farewell W e the Senior Class of 1933 would like to take thxs opportunity to thank our parents teachers and frlends whose help patlence and careful guzdance have contrt buted so much to us throuoh the past years that now mark the completton of our school work lt IS one thlng to beo1n an undertaking and another to carry 1t forward to a suc cessful fmlsh and the dxplomas whlch we hope to recelve w1ll be a lastlng testlmony of your approval and satlsfactlon that we have fulfilled the requxrements set for us We too feel pr1de and pleasure nn havxng reached th1s polnt ln our educatxon We realme full well that we have still a lonfv lone way to ao We expect to be students as long as we llve for when we cease to learn we cease to grow and when growth ceases decay sets m But we have traveled a Good dutance smce the flrst day we entered school and whtle we haye fatled many times to do thmgs as well as we should have done them and we have often been thouohtless and careless we feel that a splendid foundation has been laid for a super structure of broader learning and culture We apprectate the opportumtzes and pr1v1leges whtch you have made posslble or Ve recognlze the self sacrxftce and far sxghtedness of what you have planned or and requlred of us We shall always look back upon our graduation day wlth great happlness for lt wtll be one of the oreater achlevements we wtll accompllsh throuohout lxfe and but for you dear parents teachers and frlends thls day might not have been We now say Thank You from the bottom of our hearts and may we the members of thls class no forward to do you credit and honor In the years to come God bless you Marjorie Luctlle Baker -1 . . , , ' ' o - 1 no , , 11 , , , . 13 1 11 . . . . . 1 1 1 ' ' . ' O 1 O. Y V V . I . . 1 1 D . C1 0 ' 1 1 C, 1 . . ll . 1 3 ' I ' 11 ' 7 1 . -- I . . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' O ca ' - 1 1 1 ' 1' fo 6 ' , ' , - 1 1 . 1 1 1 ,-7 -Q - I , ' . , ' ' . ' . 1 . D , . ' ' - ' ' - ' 1 us. 1 f I . V. . . 1 ra O ' 1 1 1 1 - , as 11 1 1 .u I . . Y i ' ' 1 -, - . Senior Class WIII of 1955 'Ve the Senior Class of ntneteen hundred and flfty fxve of Englxsh Htoh School County of Crawford State of Indtana realtzmg we are soon to pass out of thts splere of of educatlon ID full POSSESSIOD ofa crammed mtnd well traxned memory and almost super human understandlno do hereby make declare and publtsh thxs our last vttll and testament hereby reyoktng and makxno vold all former xytlls and promtses made us at any txme heretofore Item I To the Faculty we leaxe our many thanks for thelr pattence and gutdance and our deep reorets that there wxll never agaln be so talented a class Item II To the unlor Class we bequeath our abtltty of understanding and yy onderlngs of the yt orld tn the future so as to make them better cttlzens of tomorroxy To the Sophomore Class We leave our Sentor dlomty for vyhlch they envy us To the Freshman Class we bequeath our abxllty to contlnue to go to school unttl graduatton so as to make the world a better place tn whtch to ltye Item III To our sorrowtng fellow students mourmno our departure the Class of no make the followtng bequests I ames Moss bequeath to B111 ll tseman my number 17 shoes and to Carmxe Ktno my glasses To Otls -Iudd I also leave my classic comxcs to oet book reports from I Marjorie Baker hereby bequeath my tntelllgence ln Enoltsh to Rtchard johnson because I believe he Null be able to make good use of tt To fl anda Zehr I leaye my talkattveness so she won t be bashful around all the boys and to Pat Flantoan I leaye my posttlon as cheerleader on COHdlflOH that she work as hard at tt as I have tn the past I Donme Owens bequeath mv pOS1llOl"l as Presldent of the Student Counctl to Faye Vrtght and my place as guard on the basketball yarstty to johnme Sxms I Alberta Luff bequeath my place tn the lunch room to my slster Phyllts My typev-rnter to erry Buford tn hopes that he will do better on xt than I late and my books to any unlor who wants them I I oren Goldman bequeath to Leon Belcher my posltton as matl me operator the scrool paper and my so called luck to -Iohnme Htckox O O XY . - . . - . .K . . 1 O ' 1 I 1 J Q Q 1 - 1 ' - 1 1 ' 1 O1 1 1 Cx S I 1 Q by V Y ' . . . ca " ' 1 '. 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A . . 1 I Pattl Sexbert bequeath my posmtton IH the lunch room to my slster Shtrley tn hopes she can feed tl e l1ttle klds as well as I ve trled To Sharon Setbert Selbert I leaxe thts years Enollsh Grades as they were the bestl ever recelved .Also to Darrell Hammond I leave my typewrlter 1n hope he won t make as many mlstakes on tt as I d1d I Leon Leaser do bequeath my new Remlnoton typewrlter to Charles Fnlow proylded he doesn t tear xt up and to Scotty Satterfleld my cttlzenshlp orades xf he keeps them below 88 I Sandra Ftelds bequeath my books to Opal Teaford so she wxll be smarter than ever and to Delores XVISSTTIBD I leave my ablllty to Get many men and engaoement rlngs I Bob Boss bequeath my abllxty to do as llttle as posslble xn every class Donald Grassman and my Agriculture orades to Darrell Hammond and hope lt helps hrs relatxons wlth the xnstructor I Sandra Scoudan bequeath my ab1l1ty to goto French L.1ck to Opal Teafor and Faye MVI'1C!htlX'l hopes that they w1ll be as lucky as I was I also leave my halr style to Betty Mxller and to Dody Ballard I leave my Chexy Convertlble in hopes that she wlll never up hold a Ford I Ronald jones bequeath my posltxon as Senior manager of the varslty to Russell Newklrk To johnme Slms I leave my nickname Proxle and to Irls Wrloht my abtllty to hold my temper I Arletta Brown bequeath my knowledge on How to get a Paoli Guy t Maxxne Belcher provldlng she wxll always be true to htm I also leave my CIIIYGH shtp grades to ecll Knlght ln hopes that he never lowers them I Ferrns Newklrk bequeath to Charles Enlow to get alono wuth the teachers Darrell Hammond my posltxon as Secretary tn the F F A I Sanda Roberts hereby bequeath rmy curly haxr to Shlrley Selbert so she will look more llke her twin Sharron and my ablllty to oo steady ln my Senlor year to Dodxe Bennett To Lynn Moss I leave my posltxon as cheer leader so she wlll have tt her last two years I Frank Husk do bequeath to Rlchard johnson my hetght and to johnme Htckox my ablltty to get along wlth the teachers To my slster anet I leave my ablltty to type I Marelene Doodle Stroud bemo of sound mlnd and body do hereby bequeath my mlschleyousness to Twlghla Nalts and my ablhty to stay interested ln one boy as lono as I have to Patsy lwlasterson To my brother ackle I leave my ablllty to stay out late at night and stlll make good grades 1 1 1 . , . . 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I ' O ,q 1 .I 1 49 I Loule Allstott bequeath to Darrell Hammond my pos1t1on 1n Speech Class To Charles Enloyy I leave my c1t1zensh1p orades and to Fred Hollen my abtltty to type and make fewer errors than I have the past ty-to years I Dlane Flamgan bemg of sound mtnd and body do bequeath my ablhty to stay on the honor roll durmg most of my hlgh school years to my slster Patr1c1a to Ellen Gatther my abthty to jltterbuo vnth qharon johnson and to Lynn Moss I leave my shortness ln hopes that she yull at last be 5311511135 Wlth her helght I Charles Morgan bequeath to Rxchard johnson my cltlzenshmp grades and to Dodte Bennett my typlng skxll I juamta Bulllngton do hereby declare the following That my brother Bobby IS to have my red ha1r so he vnll look lxke Bllly My brother Bllly ls to have my freckles because I don t Want them and a few more won t be notlced on htm Barry Byrd IS to have my clarlnet ln case he ever loses hts sax I David Mllby bequeath to john Adall Stephenson my posltlon ln the F F and my abtltty to get along wlth the Agrxculture teacher bequeath my place ln the lunch room to my slster to Nancy Longest IH hoplng that she wlll work as I Cathertne Crawford Beverly and my typewrtter hard as I have to keep from mak1ng so many errors I Paul Cohn bequeath to Dodle Bennett my 74 0 cltlzenshlp grade 1n hopes he wlll keep tt up that hlgh and to Davld Patton my ablllty to think up good speech topics I Eulah Fern Newton bequeath my ab1l1ty of work1ng IH the restaurant to Naoml Bateman To Betty Mtller I leave my ablllty to go with as many boys as I have and to Ermel Allen my ctttzenshtp grades I ames Satterfleld bequeath my posttxon as Presldent of the F F A to Donald Grassman hoptno he makes a better one than I have To Charles Enlow I leave my Feeds and Feeding ln hopes he gets as httle out of tt as I d1d I Wanda jo Klng belng of sound mtnd and body do hereby bequeath to Opal Teaford my ablltty to get along xuth everyone ln my class and to Betty Grassman I leave my cxtwenshlp grades in hopes that she wlll lmprove them To my brother Eugene I leave my falthfulness to E H 5 I jerry Crews bequeath my back seat ln bpeech Class to johnnle I-hckox and to Dodle Bennett my abthty to sleep tn Mr Moroan s Ctvlcs Class l l ' . , O 1 1 1 ' I I . . 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Second Row: Lorena Smilh, Leon King, Gerald Bs-nnmt, Rita llorlen, Robert Shafer, Opal Teaford, john Slephenbon Third Row: Daxid Mock, Sue Sears, Don Grassman, Russel Nevwkirk, Anna Mills Fourth Pow: Miss, f3raybill,D1?an HublJard,BetlyMilll-r,DarrvllHarr1r'nond, Fay B:1llin:gton,Dorotl,y Nickleson, Richard johnson, Hazel Yehr. iri Paxv1nrl,Flonnir1 Belclfr, Cnnnip Patsy Patton. Dale Foherson. V- right, Bobby '-al-frlirvu i rx l I FRANK l"lL'NEi for fffxlr 'rf-fl , I C . l l A5-E rl :'4.NlfLA ral'.'a'orin'r Lulcry ' FLNLI, . . l..,... l'r-ri.-l' .Wvvndfl 1 in Pu.: .fm 2-35? 55. 6 f3i'4S- W -9,-.li 0' ,- ""' " ,,, ... K, gh, " x.. .1 Lllig .9 w --Q Aff lt! 'ws ulrir-Dev ner? 3 S " 04 if '94 954 IQ55 A,- -www Ka? v-1 ..' "" a ,Ny "' I DV 1? 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Second Row: Beverly Gregory, Dennis Gibson, Donna Franklin, Ralph Brown, Carolyn Allen, jerry Eastridge, Karen Jacobs, Third Row: jackie Hoover, Catherine Longest, Nina Simcox, Ronald Crawford, Fourth Row: Mrs. Temple, Robert Knieriem, janis Gabhart, jimmie Faulkenburg, Barbara Apple, Thomas Eastridge, Ruth Dyer. Patsy Jones, Rebecca Sheldon and Bobby Lee Walker were absent the day the photographs were made. - . ,- '12, ., . ,W ,. - f, a M 4- -n f, vi-,f.vw 'r e'www 'ff " eff . -..-5 A, 1 W y ji: 5.13 Y, -.f f 1 WE ,few H . ' qpfyf , . n, 'wc L7 ' ' A t Enctisttysreattus wg' . . , ' GRADES 2'-5 . . 1954 - l955.Al I , iii?" M- ' '-1134, y 3 , . -, , Y A.. ku .w.,,2,h, an if , , - -' 't f A ' Q -I , 5. ' . ,. 3. " 3 5' , p . G, U l - 'i - HW - ' ' 22' ' if V- ' yi 6. 1- 1- sf, ' v f ' , .4 Q , - , ,Q 'A 1 , a J Y ,W - f fx 'V Y j r 5, 5 :fa M.- . , V. .2 ' A 0, ' 'f . ' . ,. Q, -if - - -6 J' , ' 15- I . 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Fifth Row: Marie Goodwin, Dennis Hanger, Linda Sherron, Tommy Grossman, Ann Roberson, Steven jones, Ruth Ann Bennett, Larry Eastridge, Mercedes Roberson, Michael Sheckells. 'Q' ' ' ff' UQ ' ,7 'f 1 L .Ar 1,555 I ,V 3' 'G' 'Sa-ff ,,'v ,4 7 if f 4- 51 - ,gr Guess Who We F, .X I CTFUVDTU IES Band F-ifvtozr' How: xamtra Nearm, fvai,-:ja -'-aQw,Earrj. Egrc,R01I1+- IxfIflr',,Ewt1 Kfillr-'r,Fl1.'i!wf-' y,31,,-Nlvaux ?.1av,:g-kor., Nhxif Rol,Pr'1gFrank1f-C:iQfer,f' Aix.-' in-Arr Rv. mm Pu-at Rua Hn I-lnknlw 1Qre',gx.v'.aR1'e 35 ..h:"or., Irix '-YYL 11, DLQN1 D:-rf. , fQ,:.',' 1. -.V-', I2 I' 1 ri :Airy Y. NQiQlalr1,f-'u,,3Q-rlf-f- PM-x Pictu-rt-of., f:.x:'h+- Ste-5f3.r:,xo: Iain xx .7 --.mr Nr HOU-,'-' f!.1rriI'ux Ria-.,LJrf-irwr, Nrxrur. '- rx PJ, Dan- x'v':11.'-rzsun, Peng. 1'a"on, :ff-I IfAf1Zwrf1,I'if1.'f-1 v r Inrvf' XY-Hg. X ,,. wing, Harm-2 N::'l': An,p-Ln R1.f4rnx..x4 I.,f'O!1!1l1' Parr: D 2. rl 'P If kv as 4A x ,a ,El aa, lr "f Xa st' if V V W , 'av I T O u' L S K fm. Y dun 4 as 3. ' fp 'nf -SSA' 'K OUR LUNCH ROOM OUR COOK5 U,-A 'iq wc AT NOON OUR HELPERS TICKET TAKI-IR AT WORK Aff!! '-'Q 'ill Q' 'Q 'F nfl.. in - MRS. TEAFORD MRS. CUMMUMS MRS, JONES MR. .IONES Our Cook: Mrs, Spick L Mr. Span v n v 51 1 3 vt Q s . W 1. 1 - C v rs' Q -fu 'Q ' 5 6 . G . ff, '5Bt'g, HL a 'J' fi' ' 342335 ' v Y -gulf 'T gl 6 1 'v .J 1' by , ,, 'V 51, ,-, A-' 055 4. 'MFI I' Q" ' 4 A a- f Q lg! Q . 5 avg ig ' 'Si nf .il 'E W by 5' tiiu .ggm 1 va .Az 4 gig' -.r 5 1. 4 !,! 9 -Nz, 1 fl , A' 'fp 5-fave, --Q 5IUD'I H5114 OUR Nfi'-'v HOME '51 Cla THE NE-,xy GYM QUR 01.13 HOME BAND E. CHORUS PI'!'x'NIC AI. EDTQLIA TION n .1 ,Jr nn P f . ff., 2.3:- 35-fam O 2, Q5 5 ix. x ,G I f f 1 Q . 9... . .' .ff -A. .iz-,X Q mu, . ,- --,lx fl .424 ,,, ,.x ,.. ',. f- x .'f..' -A .-Wim 'IMMKI .,g , ....ff,.lfR' I 'rw ' .4 . r . ,. ,...v' 11 3 il .JJ 4 '1 'x'h . aK.f.f., - E44 ,. FAA! ak-fa l ff . Qi .M -4 .qi XF . Q, .,.. . T1 , ' 1-M -If ef- ,,....:.,.. 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Second Row Pall Ne'-Akirk, Rollie TiI1ery.Ton5 Longest, -Iohnie Sims, Berry Byrc, bordan Goldman, CharIes Enlow, Shirlie Stephenson, Mr, Morgan, Third Ro'-Kg Ronnie jonea, Donald Parka, jackie Ytrowd, john Stephenson, Leon Belcher, Donald Grasanwan, Gorman Hammonda, I.Ioj.d Hayfnx. Grade Team Bottom Rom Cheerleaders Barbara Crews PatF'1an1gan Betty Hensley Second Row Paul Nevulurk Terry McCla1n jxrnmy Roberta, Gxlbert Demon Bud Baker Mr Morgan Thxrd Row Bllly Bullmgton Alex Lonoebt bleohen Easnrndge Terry Srmth Roger Lee Frank Gxlhland Grade Team 010 Huw a 1 Barbara 1 nnx an Belly Henslex Sm ond ov. 1 t r 'or an nr ow n v Q- NMC lain Dau-4 Lrnvna anlck lllxla xl nyesl a 1 zz 1 Qy. f-f1 rlf-'dlrsr ' Qn-.5, Zuavl-'I' , in j P : aul Nwwskxrk, 'Im' E54-nnvu, lluny Sv Arg'-or., ju: :yy 3 irmn an, Gilbert Demon, Nir ky Nor.-r,,x1,x. ,Q ryan gsslz1,su1nfan,Iffl.. 3 , -5 . ', r.. L nd,f'1le l.o 'I , , lxny MrN'l.r-l. fi 2' L' g NNN!!! ul N Y 2 NWN XZ 'mmm g,v+,,ff 0..p"' Q- l Z 5 ff A small income is harder to manage than a large one, Work out your own system, but have a system, You cannot manage success- fully without it, And by making the right use of this bank, you will tind it much easier to handle your tinancial zllfairs in an orderly manner, ENGLISH STATE BANK Member Federal Deposit lnsurancc C mrporation Mcmbcr Fcderal Rescrxe System l'lNt,ll,lSll, lTQDl.'XN.3. Compliments Of E. K. RCDGGENKAMP Phone 1 Phone 104 CCDMPANY, INC. IQ W AND SALES and SERVICE US1:.D CARS and TRUCKS Cvenume Parts and Acccssomes I' P RCUSCIN FIXRNI E QUIPXIP NI Ninn Sireu 'Xhlltown lndnni wlwh lndxun OK " . "We Svrvifc All Makes mf Cars" S .list ':'XllSlI'001 E10 '.5 , 'Q . Compliments BYRD S SHOP INEXI DOOR T0 BAINK Our Motto I QUALITY PLUS PRICE IS I DIA Of I T ' T I s I-IIQGI. JH. 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