Farmington High School - Knights in Review Yearbook (Farmington, MO)
- Class of 1952
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BOARD OF EDUCATION: Mr. Warren Stover, Dr. L. M. Stanfield,
Mr. Hugo Cozean, Mr. C. R. Bell, Mr. Frank Zieba, Mr. Berl
Miller, Mr. John Miller, Dr. Paul Newman. I
MR. C. H. BELL M . JOE M. TOALSON
MISS LEILAH RICKUS
MISS VESTA HALTER
MRS. MILDRED NELSON
MR. HAROLD WRIGHT
Mechanical Drawing, Shop, an
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MISS NELLIE S. BIRD
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S HELEN CORKEN
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MR. ROBERT SCHUSTER
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MR. HAROLD LIM AUGH
M EUGENE MCKINNEY
MISS PATRICIA ROSE
M SS MARY JANE LINDSEY
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here. Why, it
high school days
but we were such
appointed as our
Just think! Tonight we graduate! After twelve long years we finally got
seems as though it were only yesterday that we were starting our
as Freshmen. Really it was way back in September, l9L8. Heavens,
children then! There were 73 in our class and poor Mr. Ruddy was
sponsor to help us get started. CThat's a year he'll never for-
get!D And, let's see, yes--Wally Schramm was president, Bonnie McClure, vice-
presidentg Nancy Graves, secretary, and Carl Wray, treasurer. I remember we chose
Gloria Giessing and Ray Detring as our representatives for Student Council. We
all thought it was a great honor for them even though we didn't know exactly what
it was. Jodie Edwards was our cheerleader and did a grand job all through high
school, even if she did take a few spills her senior year!
We really felt honored when the Seniors gave a dance especially for us. All
the Freshmen were supposed to make a green hat. Carla Lewis and Gaylord Meyer won
prizes for making the best hats.
we were thrilled when it came time for us to choose 'king and queen candi-
dates for the school carnival. We chose Jodie Edwards and Ray Detring then set
about working on the float. we thought ours was best, naturally, and were very
proud of it. Jodie and Ray both received second place.
Sixty-eight of us came joyfully back the next year, eager to let people know
that we were no longer those'Little Green Freshmen.H Miss Tetley and Miss Halter,
our sponsors, had a terrible time with us the first few weeks because of our
swelled heads! By now, we felt very experienced and elected our officers very
confidently. They were: Ray Linn Kollmeyer, president, Lorraine Brooks, vice-
president, fa new girl that yearlg Loretta Chatman, secretary, and Ruth Bell,
treasurer. We let Ray Detring use his brawn for something besides football and
made him sergeant-at-arms. We elected Loretta Chatman and Jim Roberts to be our
class representatives for Student Council. Loretta later was elected vice-presi-
dent of the organization. Jim, the lucky boy, also went to Jefferson City on the
For our carnival king and queen, we elected Jim Roberts and Betty Joe Koen.
Our class assembly was very clever, we thought, and brought lots of laughs--
especially Bill Sutherland, dressed as a woman having trouble with her twins, Rex
Fuller and Obie Dunlap Cdressed as a little girl and boyj
The square dance fever reached us in the spring, and we gave one for the
school. we even went so far as to hang saddles from the basketball goals!
We felt a little sad when the Seniors graduated, but we couldn't help being
glad that we were to be Juniors the next year.
Then all of a sudden we were back in school and known as Wupperclassmen.n
We certainly thought we were something, but I'm afraid Miss Bird and Mr. Wright,
our sponsors, didn't entirely share our opinion. At our first class meeting, we
elected Gaylord Meyer president, who tried his best to keep us quiet, Gloria
Giessing, vice-president, Geraldine Ramsey, secretary, and Earline Swink to take
care of our small amount of money.
we chose Pat Bryant and Wally Schram for Student Council representatives,
and later in the year, Ray Detring was elected vice-president to serve during our
we started planning our senior trip,even
even have enough money for a trip to DeLassus
their gentle hint and started selling cookies
operating the junior stand. Near the end of
we did just about everything from raking leaves to ironing clothes and shingling
though our sponsom said we wouldn't
if we didn't get busy. So we took
and cards, having bake sales, and
the year, we had a junior work day.
Before we realized it, the carnival season had arrived. We elected Mac Biggs
and Shirley Jo Harter as our candidates for king and queen. They rode on a float
decorated as a football field. That night Shirley Jo was crowned queen.
Since we were doing so well in football, we had a sudden burst of school
spirit and honored our undefeated team with a dance. we asked the team to elect
a football queen and her attendants. we kept the winners a secret until that
night when Betty Joe Koen was chosen queen. Jodie Edwards and Lorraine Brooks
were her attendants. Jodie was later elected basketball queen at the sophomore
We gave a school amateur show for our assembly program. Rex Fuller stole the
show when Mac Biggs and Ray Detring carried him on the stage in a tub as an ad-
vertisement for nSoapsy Suds.n
At the end of the year, the fact that we were to be Seniors was made real to
us when we chose our senior class rings.
From the very first, our senior year was a continuous whirl of work and fun.
we knew that this was definitely going to be our most important year. Every time
something happened we'd say, nJust think, kids, this is the last time we'll ever
get to do thisln
we chose Miss Halter and Mr. Wright for our sponsors and they were just
thrilled to death! We elected Jim Roberts, president, Wally Schram , vice-presi-
dentg Geraldine Ramsey secretarygand we entrusted Pat Bryant with our accumulated
savings. We chose Bill Sutherland for sergeant-at-arms. For Student Council, we
elected Gloria Giessing and Ray Detring. They were about the only ones with a one
average in conduct!
we immediately began selling things. At first it was magazine subscriptions,
for which we set a new record,then football pencils and later basketball pencils.
Our motto became, UA pencil for every season.n we sold picture frames and theater
ticket books. hhren't we busy little kids! '
We gave our senior dance, after it was postponed once because of heavy snows
using the theme of the Mardi Gras. The boys dressed as girls and did a chorus
line to HWe are the Girls of the R H. Chorus.n Mr. Wright was the chorus captain.
They received an offer from the Garrick, I believe!
we ended our Christmas festivities by giving an assembly program, and everyh
one went home filled with the holiday spirit.
Before long you heard everyone saying, nSixty more packing days until the
trip.W Everyone became very excited and lessons took second place to our prepara-
tion for the trip. we hated to come back to school after such a wonderful week of
adventure and travel, but, due to certain circumstances, we came!
This morning we held the traditional services of lowering our flag and rais-
ing the junior flag and leaving all our treasured possessions Clike the Senior
Doorsl to the care of the Juniors. It was a very sad and serious occasion for it
made us realize how very soon we would be leaving good old F. H. S.
And now, in a few minutes, I'll be leaving for the high school where I'll
meet the rest of my classmates for our graduating exercises. we will be both
proud and sad--proud to have reached our goal at last, and sad because our high
school days are ended. Gee, Diary, I certainly hope the kids will take good care
of our school and its traditions. Maybe once in a while someone might even rememf
ber us! I hope we've succeeded in being good Seniors.
It's time to close, Diary,and I feel that I am also closing the door on four
of the most wonderful years of my life. Well, wish me luck and pray that I don't
fall off the stage!
. Goodbye, Diary,
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WALLACE SCHRAM Cwallyb -- VICE-PRESIDENT
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PATSY BRYANT CPattyD -- TREASURER
nHer greater interests are not in school.U Class
Knight Life L3 Knights in Review 3,L3 F. H. A. 23
Glee Club l,2,3,L3 Mixed Chorus 2,3,L3 Sextet 3 5
WILLIAM SUTHERLAND CBillJ -- SERGEANT-AT.5w.Mi A
USolomon isn't the only wise guyJ'Sergeant-at
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RUTH BELL QKittyQ
URich in brain power.n Honor Society 3,L5 Knight
Life 35 Knights in Review l,L3 F.H.A. 2,33 Library
Staff lg Glee Club 23 Pep Squad l,2.
FLORENCE BOWYER CFloj
NHer friends know her worth.N Junior Play, F.H.A.
l,2,3,hj Glee Club 33 Intramurals l,2,3.
MELVIN BARRON fShOrtieD
"The makings of a real farmer." Glee Club l,2,3,l+g
Intramurals l,2,3,L+5 Assembly 2.
LORETTA CHATMAN QAsmareldaD '.'
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polite.n Class Secretary 25 Student Council 2,33 C32 s'iq A PM g?N Q ,
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MAC BIGG CDuffieD
USomeday I'm going to do something drastic--like
study.n King Candidate 33 Football l,2,3,A5 Bas-
ketball l,2,3,Lg Track 2,A3 Class Assembly 2.
JANET CHILTON CJanD
nl can resist everything except temptationJ'Knight
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1,2,35 Pep Squad 1,2,3,L.g Volleyball 3,l+.
HSomeday I'll be ambitiousJ'Junior High Basketball
13 Junior High Track lg Football 1,35 Basketball 3
RUTH CLARK CRuthiej
UDancing is her pastime.H Knight Life hs F.H.A.
l,2,3,AgPep Squad l,2,3,Lg Intramurals 2,3,L3 Min-
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RUBY CLEVE CClevej
nAlways in a cheerful mood.n F. H. A. 2,33 F.H.A.
,agar Assembly 25 Intramurals l,2,3,Ag Volleyball A
HTrouble never troubles me.U
HARRY LEE DENMAN QKillerD
nStudy is a pastime, why overdo?n Knight Life l,2, ww
3,L5 Knight Life Editor 3,Ag Knights in Review 2,3
Basketball Manager 2,3,L3 Intramurals l,2,3,L ,
MARGARET CRITES CMargieD
USurprise ! A girl who doesn't talk much.N Glee
Club l,2,3,L3 Class Assembly 2
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RAY DETRING CDugiel 'ig Qi?
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Student Council lg Student Council Vice-President 4 aufif 53
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STANLEY DETRING CS+anD
WPut your cares on the shelf, I come to school to
enjoy myself.n Carnival King A3 Football 2,3,AS
Basketball 3,h3 Track 3,43 Intramurals
CONSTANCE JOAN EDWARDS fJodieQ
nMen interest me not--not much.N Merit Award 33
Latin Club 33 Queen Candidate I3 Football Atten-
dant 33 Basketball Queen 33 Knight Life 3, A3
Knights in Review 3,h3 F.H.A. 2QGlee Club l,2,3,Q5
Majorette A3 Pep Squad l,2,3,hjCh6ET1S3dGT l,2,3,A
DIXIE FARNHAM CSlimD
NFull of pep and ready to go.U Knight Life 33
Knights in Review 3,A3 W.C.T.U. Oratorical Contest
33 F.H.A. 2,L3 Glee Club l,2,3,Qj Mixed Chorus 3,
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DONALD FRITCH CDonl
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UTrue to her words, her friends, and her work.H
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INA ALINE FRASER CPeggyj
nlt is not good that man should be alone.U F.H.A.
2, Library Staff 2,3,L3 Glee Club l,2,33 Mixed
Chorus l,2,33 Pep Squad 2
nMen are not measured by inches.H Track 13 Intra-
murals l,2,3,A3 Class Assemblies 2,3
WQuiet! Genius at work.U Library Staff 2, Glee
Club 2,35 Intramurals l,2,3,L3 Assembly 2
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CLARA FAE GRANDHOMME CClaraJ
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LESTER JARNAGIN CLesQ
nSometimes I sit and thinkg sometimes I just sit.H
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UBecause a man doesn't talk is no sign he hasn't
something to say.U Football 33 Class Assembly 2.
NANCY GRAVES CStormyD
nSilence is golden, but it has no charm for me.n
Merit Award 33 Knight Life 3,A3 Knights in Review
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A5 Volleyball l,2,3,Lg Volleyball Captain 3.
ms HADSELL Cromyb
UThe boy has grace--he blushes.n Track l.23 Class
CAHOLYN GIBSON CGibbiej
UA steady lass who's always there, in any work,
will do her share.U Ironton l,23 Knight Life Lg
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GLORIA GIESSING CTubberj
UNot exactly a man hater.U
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JOHN HUFFOHD, JR. Cauadyp
HGosh, how will the women get along without me?H
Football 2,3,LS Track l,2,3g Track Manager 2.
HELEN HUBER CPepperD
HI'll move to town someday.H F.H.A. Assembly 23
Intramurals l,2,3g Class Assembly 2.
FREDRICK MURPHY fFredD
RAY LINN KOLLMEYER
UA very studious boy is he, but girls he really
cannot see.U President Sophomore Class 23 Student
Council Ag Glee Club 2,3,L5 Track l.
RUBY HAMOR CRedD
nSilence is more eloquent than words. F.H.A. l,2g
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Retiring Carnival Queen LgF.H.A. l,L3 F.H.S. Queen
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UFarmers need men like him.H Student Council by Csf'
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VICTOR OSHER CVicD
nThe cares of the school rest heavily on me and
the faculty.n Band l,2g Track lg Intramurals lg
Class Assembly 25 Radio Programs.
KATHRYN KELLY CKatieD
UA saucy lass with twinkling eyes.H Fredericktown
l,2,33 Junior Play 33 Knight Life L5 Pep Squad l,
2,3,L3 Radio Program L.
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BETTY JOE KOEN fBetsj
innocent face, but you never can tell.n Knight
Life 3,b3Knights in Review 3,L3F.H.A. 25 Glee Club
3,L3 Band l5Pep Squad 1,2,3,L3 Pep Squad President
L5 Queen candidate 23 Football Queen 3
CARLA LEWIS CCarlieD
WIf love is madness, then I'm insane.n Knight Life
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nHe's a quiet industrious farmer.H Intramurals
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DONNA McCLASKEY fMacD
nThey call her the Crisco Kid.n Knight Life L3
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DARREL PLUM ER
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"The more I study the harder' q11GSti0f15 they asks"
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BONNIE MCCLURE CBarnieD
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DELORES SIM SON CDee Deej
UHer sense of humor never dies.H Night of Drama 25
F.H.A. L3 Library Staff 2,33 Glee Club l,2,3,L5
DONALD WADE QTuffyD
nWhen you call me that--smiIe.N Knights in Review
Lg Glee Club l,2,3,Lg Mixed Chorus 2,35Football 2,
3,L5 Class Assembly 2,3.
nNever speak loudly to one another unless the
house is on fire.n Glee Club 3,L3 Intramural Bas-
ketball l,2,3,L3 Class Assembly 2.
nBlest with each grace of nature and art.H Class
Treasurer 35 Knights in Review Lg Glee Club 2,3,L3
Mixed Chorus 23 Band l,2,3,L5 Pep Squad l,2,3,L.
HNow'if I were president...H Glee Club 2,33 Mixed
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SHIRLEY POTHETOS Cwilkiej
HI never let work detain me from pleasure.n F.H.A.
l,2,L3 Glee Club l,23 Pep Squad l,25Class Assembly
BESSIE RAMSEY QBessieD
nWith a laugh, laugh here, and a giggle, giggle
there.H F.H.A. l,2g Intramurals l,2,33 F.H.A. as-
sembly, Class assembly 2.
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nHer mind is like a sundial,itreflects only pleas
antness.n Knights in Review L5 F.H.A. 2,A3 F.H A
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A7 A BARBARA WILEY Cwallol
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Who's Who, Most likely to Succeed 23 Latin Club 23
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Panther Paragon 23 Glee Club lg Farmington High
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I stifled a yawn and gazed blankly at my crystal ballwhich looked
blankly back at me. I hadn't had a sucker--pardon me--customer for a
couple of hours. In my boredom, my mind C?j began to travel back
through the years and finally came to rest on, of all things, my high
school days! I began wondering what had happened to all of my class-
mates and, remembering all of our dreams, wondered just how they had
turned out. I decided to consult my crystal ball and check up on the
class of '52.
I,went into my trance and the crystal ball grew misty, then sud-
denly-! before my eyes a dim figure appears. As it becomes clearer
I see that it is the inside of a church. Say, whois that preaching
the sermon--why--yes sir, it is Donald Allen. The rest of the congre-
gation becomes clearer and I see Bob Bloom, the town plumber, seated
next to Melvin Barron, owner of a large farm on the outskirts of Farm-
The scene changes suddenly and I see a large room filled with all
sorts of important looking people. Heavens! It's a U. N. meeting and
everyone seems to be quite interested in what the speaker is saying.
And who should the speaker be but none other than Ruth Bell, explain-
ing the Hydrogen Bomb. As I look about the roonyI see Loretta Chatman,
secretary for the American Delegate, Qgn Fritch. Over there is Clara
Ggandhomme, first lady senator from Missouri. Sitting next to her is
Victor Osher, a well-known politician.
This scene disappears and another takes its place. This time I
see swaying palms and largphouses. I do believe thatI'm in California.
Yes, and who is this I see standing under one of the palms, it's lgmmy
Hadsell. He has become a cocoanut millionaire. Who's that Orneryh
lookin' critter bow-leggin' it across the street? Say, I do believe
that's UDead-gygn Dunlap, the famous cowboy star. With him is his
right hand man and singing star, Carl Wray. Looks like they're going
over to that movie lot. There's Margaret Crites. She's doubling for
Betty Hutton now. Over there, it looks like they're getting ready to
shoot a scene. Yes, here comes the star--it's Wally Schramm! He's
being cast as Valentino and his co-star is Ruby Hamor, who is taking
Susan Hayward's place.
Again the scene changes and this time I find mysglf at Blue Dia-
mond Cafe which is now owned and operated by Darrel Plum er. Upon
going inside,I see that Darrel has one of the new Usmele-visionn sets.
On the screen appears none other than Gaylord Meyer, Master of Cere-
monies for the new Hsmele-visionn program nThe Bonfire Theater,n writ-
ten by Katie Kelly. Hex Fuller is in a tub doing the com ercial for
Sudsy Soap. The beautiful strains of nChop-sticksn, as played by
Earline Swink, on her trumpet, now reach my nose--I mean ear! I Next,
on the program, gat Bryant sings the lovely Love-bug Scratch.N The
owner of the station, jim Roberts, is just coming on stage when the
It looks like I'm on a college campus this time. I wonder what
that large crowd of boys is doing over there? I should have known,it's
Jodie Edwards. She's here at college on a scholarship for cheerlead-
ing. There's the basketball coach,Mgg Biggsg he's talking to the foot-
ball All-Star, Hay Detring. Here comes Ray's wife, and better half,
Betty 222 Koen. Those two people over there look familiar. Certainly,
they're Albert Weddlg,the'college Dean,and Delores Simpson, the speech
teacher. They're talking about the speech Professor Einstein Fred
Mugphy just gave.
Golly! A carnival! Isn't that side-show barker over there Kirk
Jones? Yes-and that Stock Car Driver he's advertising--, that's
Lester Jarnigan. This side-show isn't half bad. There's the weight
lifter over there--oh no! It's Pergy Rariden! So that's what hap-
pened to Carla Lewis,--an acrobat!! She's pretty good though. 'Well,
here I go again!
Gracious, I'm hot! No wonder--LOOK! A snake charmer! Why--I
must be in India. Now who could I know here? Impossible! But--yes--
it's Stanley Detring, king of India and owner of a large harem!! Here
come some dancing girls. My, who's leading them? Mercy! It's Ruth
Clark! A sand storm arises, and I find that the scene is again chang-
I now find myself in a radio station. The nTumblin' Weed Twins,n
Nancy Graves and Franklin Straughn, are in the midst of their program.
Their guest stars for tonight are Peggy Fraser, the well-known Metro-
politan Opera singer, and her accompanist, Dixie Farnham.
Again the scene changes and this time I see nurse Nina Williams
reading a newspaper. The headlines seem to interest her. No wonder--
Jeryy Brannon, Air Force pilot, has just broken all speed records.
Here's an advertisement for nTolegateU toothpaste and the model is
Wilma Walker. This paper seems familiar-of course! It's the Farming-
ton News, owned and edited by Hargy Lgg Denman. Here's a social note,
Christine Fleming, Southern Belle, entertained three of the spring
brides,Shirley Pothetos, Barbara Wiley, and Shirley Wines at her home.
I see an ad for a trailer--Charles Schramm is moving out to Arizona.
Here's a sports item, Egy Pecaut is being signed by the Cardinals. And
here is the Lonely Hearts' Club, written by Shirley Q9 Harter. Another
society item! Georgia Vandergriff has been chosen National F. H. A.
This scene fades away and in its place I see a corridor in a
school. The home ec. teacher, Florence Bogyer, is talking to Rugy
Cleve, the volleyball coach. Coming down to meet them are Gloria
Giessing, the typing teacher and Carolyg Gibsog,the shorthand teacher.
Outside I see the driver's education car and the teacher is none other
than Bessie Ramsey. This school looks like--why it is--the Farmington
And now I'm down town. There's the Farmington Swimming Pool,owned
by L22 Chatman, and on the high board I see Bill Sutherland giving
diving lessons. Up the street a little way is Robert's Supply, the
name is being changed to Hufford's now, as John is the new owner.
Standing in front of it are the mayor of the city, Egy Linn Kollmeyer,
and the City Street Commissioner, Dale Pinkston. There's the Wade
Garage, owned by Q93 Wade. Going in just now is Donna McClaskey, Don's
wife. Across the street is the dime store owned by Nellie Dotson.
Next to that is the bakery with Bonnie McClure as chief baker. There's
the Ritz Theater, Geraldine Ramsey bought it just recently. And say!!
There's a new place. nFortunes told--Past, Present, and Futuren--
Prophet-Janet Chilton. Hey! UThat's mev'
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FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Johnson, Griffin, Janis, Ische, Feezor, Boyd, Eaves,
Dugal, Crites. SECOND ROW: Counts, Coley, Canterberry, Davis, Ha
Honerkamp, Bruce, Blake, Best, Berghaus. THIRD ROW: Brewster, Bob Grief,
Grief, Chartrau, Bryant, Findley, Clark, Barron, Asher. FOURTH ROW:
Jennings, Highley, Kinney, Holland, Gerlach, Hill, Best, Graves.
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Overall, Jones, Shinn, Woods, Pulliam, Moors, Parker,
Shelton, Wallace, Watts. SECOND ROW: Vogelsang, Vandergriff, Shannon, Smith,
Klob, Stone, Taylor, Fay Wood, Mossman, Allene White, Adaline White. THIRD ROW:
Wayne Smith, Yeargain, Sailor, Trokey, Pinkley, Stocker, Thompson, Schurter,
Rehmer, Merryman. FOURTH ROW: Neaville, Nickelson, Mullins, Miller, Pigg,
McCarty, McKinney, McClintock, Medley, Rickus.
THE J UN IORS??
SOP 0 ORE K
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Hoehn, Chilton, Clark, Burch, Haynes,
Bryant, Brubaker, Briley, Foster, Boswell, Bone, Bloom. SECOND
ROW: Hightower, Head, Coley, Haynes, Bullock, Harrington, Hamors,
Eberhart, Brewster, Cunningham, Cook. THIRD ROW: Byrd, Chilton,
Burch, Helms, Chatman, Byrd, Bowyer, Barton, Barnes, Kono. FOURTH
ROW: Lawson, Jones, Marshall, Meyer, Black, Burmeister, Huie
Govro, Cozean, Harrington, Hibbits.
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FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Leona Moore, Jane Moore, Simpson,
Shelley, Smith, Osher, Storie, Parker, Wiley, Matthews, Kropp,
Klepzig, Stone. SECOND ROW: Straughan, McClaskey, Nichols,
Johnson, Phillips, Thurman,5tinehart, Lynch, Wilkerson, Marshall,
Karsch, Yeager. THIRD ROW: Miller, Stuart, Woods, Bill Zieba,
Bob Zieba, Pigg, Wines, Murphy, Windsor, Ratcliff, Sullivan.
FOURTH ROW: Stone, Mell, Sutton, Don Zieba, Silvey, Stinehart,
Ogle, White, Miller,Quesnel, Watts, Neaville.
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Anna Ruth Chilton
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SOPHOMORE CLASS WHO'S WHO
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Hurst, Barnes, Alexander, London, Curtis, Johnson,
Conrad, Dugal, Diana Farnham, Lenz, Albaugh. SECOND ROW: Fix, Miller, Grifford,
Elsie Barnes, Clark, Davis, Mackley, Donna Farnham, Layne, Hilliker, Gonz.
THIRD ROW: O'Neil, Callahan, Cleve, Bradshaw, Killian, Honerkamp, Lenz, Wanda
Jarnagin, Buchanan, Fleming, Franklin. FOURTH ROW: Bayless, Bowyer, Bequetto,
Harrington, Darlow, Cary, Boswell, Detring, Hibbits, Melvin Jarnagin, Henson,
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mason, Yeargain, Thomas, Yates, Stroud, Robinette,
Rickus, Straughan, Helen White, Williams, Zolman. SECOND ROW: Winters,
McDaniel, Tucker, Nickelson, Windsor, Stover, Smith, Short, Marberry, Shelly,
Korber. THIRD OW: Morris, Mann, Vallie, Tanner, Pogue, Toalson, Shoemake,
Overall, Swink, Sherrill, Pyatt. FOURTH ROW: Wheelis, Thomure, Scott, John
White, McKinney, Thurman, Wray, Stam, Lynn White, Shannon, Vought.
Miss Tetley and Mr. Limbaugh
President ....... Donald Brockmiller
. Paul Detring
Secretary. . .
Treasurer. . .
Sgt. at Arms .
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, , Pat Stover
Miss Lindsey, Typing II Miss Bird, Speech: The future
Speed Demons nwalter Winchelln
Mr. McKinney, Chemistry: Brave, aren't Mr. Wright, Shop: Oh! Oh! Watch your
they? finger--you might need it some day
Intramurals: Champions--lst, Edwina Mr. Lingie, Driver's Education Class:
Harrington, 2nd, Nancy Graves What! No accidents yet?
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FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Schurter, Brewster, Smith, Sutherland, Straughn, Bob
Grief, Bill Grief. SECOND HOW: Govro, Bryant, Best, Cozean, Nickelson, Jarna-
gin, S. Detring, Jennings, Fritch, Bequette. LAST ROW: Coach Lingle, Stone,
Wade, Sailor, Trokey, R. Detring, Biggs, Coach Schuster.
Members of Squad not shown: Blaine, Bloom, Boyd, Darlow, P. Detring, Franklin,
Gerlach, Graves, Hibbits, Hill, Hufford,Jones, Kono, Korber, McKinney, Mullins,
Neaville, C. Schramm, Shelley, Sherrill, Shoemake, Short, Stam, Stinehart, Sut-
ton, Swink, Tessereau, Toalson, Wray, Yeargin.
A i:l'i'2:'i E ' SEASON'S SUMMARY
A F. H. s. 18 Fredericktovm 6
A F. H. S. 33 Herculaneum 7
' F. H. S. 27 Crystal City O
F. h. S. 2O Festus 7
2 F. H. s. 33 De sono o
3 F. H. S. lA Ste. Genevieve 2
4 A , .wif F. H. S. 7 Flat River 6
Q? , h 1 F. H. s. 13 summon 13
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HEY Detfiflg Lester Jarnagin
Robert McKinney Coaches Schuster Donald Wade
Tackle and Lingle Fullback
The Farmington Knights ended a most successful
football season this year, in fact, one of the best
years Farmington has ever had. They again, for the
second straight year and last three out of fOU13WOH
the Mineral Area Conference Championship being un-
defeated in those same years.
In their last game, and only non-conference tilt
of the season, the Farmington eleven met the strong
Sikeston Bulldogs at Farmington. In this game, one
of the most hotly contested played in high school
football, the Bulldogs held the more powerful
Knights to a 13 - 13 tie.
Coaches Lingle and Schuster should be highly
praised for the wonderful football team they pro-
duced for our school this year. We wish them both
the best of luck with Farmington in the coming
Football queen, JODIE EDWARDS and the two
captains, LESTER JARNAGIN AND RAY DETRING
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The Farmington Knights again played an outstanding
season of basketball. With their height and accurate
shooting, they rolled over the weaker schools in this
area and easily took the Kiwanis Tournament held in
Later in the season they played in the Desloge
Invitational Tournament taking third place. They lost
to Flat River in the semi-finals of the tournament and
also in county plan costing us the County Championship.
The Golden Knights were defeated only once in
county play and just twice in regular play counting the
two tournaments mentioned above. This has been a very
successful season in anyone's book with much credit go-
ing to Coach Lingle and the loyalfollowers of the team.
SEASON'S SUM ARY
37 F.H.S. 59 Bonne Terre 35
L7 F.H.S. 65 Herculaneum 56
M9 F.H.S. 51 Crystal City A8
35 F.H.S. 53 Flat River 5A
27 F.H.S. 5h Festus 31
M3 F.H.S. 77 Fredericktown 36
hh F.H.S. 6O Desloge 54
33 F.H.S. 5h Pefryville 25
62 F.H.S. 60 Doe Run LL
38 F.H.S. L2 Bonne Terre 30
31 F.H.S. Q7 Fredericktown 39
27 F.H.S. hh Desloge 37
32 F.H.S. 17 Perryville 37
L8 F.H.S. A7 Doe Run 30
L2 F.H.S. 26 Frankclay 22
S P A I N M 0 T O R S
Kneeling: Tessereau, Jennings, Fritch, Hill, Schramm
Standing: Coach Lingle, Bryant, Stanley Detring, Biggs,
Ray Deiring, Roberts, Coach Schuster.
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Kneeling: Mell, Bob Zieba, Stone, Bill Zieba, Yeargain.
Standing: Coach Lingle, Ogle, Meyer, McCarty, Burmeister,
Steinhart, Brewster, Coach Schuster.
STANLEY DETRING MAC BIGGS
Forward Forward or Center
SONNY JENNINGS BILLY BOB TESSEREAU
Guard or Forward Guard
DON FRITCH ALLEN HILL
JU IOR HIGH BASKETB LL
JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL SQUAD
Kneeling: Alexander, Kassabaum, Yeargain, Swink, Pyatt.
Standing: Coach McKinney, Brockmiller, Toalson, Hibbits,
Detring, Sherrill, Shoemake.
The Junior High basketball team won four and lost four of their county
games. They finished the season by taking first place in the Elvins Junior
SEASON'S SUM ARY
F.J.H. 27 Elvins 22 Elvins Tournament
F.J.H. LI6 Desloge 28 F.J.H. 59 Fredericktown 18
F.J.H. 33 Bismarck 18 F.J.H. 28 Leadwood 19
F.J.H. 30 Flat River 32 F.J.H. 36 Frank Clay 21
F.J.H. 37 Bonne Terre LL F.J.H. 37 Esther 31
F.J.H. 25 Leadwood 28
F.J.H. 25 Frank Clay 23
F.J.H. 32 Esther 37
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LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Stroud, Dugal,
Harter. SECOND ROW: Haile, McClaskey, Chilton,
Giessing, Lynch, Kropp. THIRD ROW: Miss
Goggins, Klepzig, Parker, Pulliam, Edwards,
Overall, Osher. FOURTH ROW: Harrington,
Honerkamp,Graves, Eberhart, Cleve, Miss Corken
SEASON'S SUM ARY
F.H.S. 29 Leadwood 9
F.H.S. 21 Elvins 15
F.H.S. BA Frankclay 5
F.H.Su M5 Bismarck 11
F.H.S. 35 Esther 8
F.H.S. 21 Doe Run 1A
F.H.S. 27 Bonne Terre 15
F.H.S. hh Desloge 3
The 1951 volleyball team became COUNTY CHAM IONS
this year by winning all their games. The only
defeat was in the Esther Invitational Tournament.
We lost to Doe Run and received the third place
The second team won all eight of their games
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LEFT TO RIGHT: Ramsey, Bell, Kollmeyer, Roberts, Meyer, Chatman, Miss Tetley
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SEATEDI Giessing, Detring, Jennings, Eaves, Farnham
Standing: lst row: Miss Lindsey, Murphy, Kollmeyer, Schurter,
Meyer, Miss Corken.
2nd row: Toalson, Eberhart, Overall, Kono, Alexander.
President. . . . . . . Nkmxkfgx. . . . . Clara Fae Grandhomme
Vice-President . . . XFN milf . . . . . . .Patsy Eaves
?ecretar'y. . . . . ' A ,sig . . .Pgyllis gaile
reasurer. . . . . . af . ff . . . ormie Sher
Parliamentarian. . . if . . Jackie Pulliam
Historian. . . . - . a s JI . . Beverly Curtis
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Chapter Mother . . . . . . 747' 195 . . . .Mrs. Berghaus
Sub-district Historian . . . Nfv. W . . .Wilma June Denman
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Karsh, Moore, Koen, Ische, Brooks,
Eberhart. SECOND ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Chilton, Chatman, Ramsey,
Lewis, Woods, Bell, Swink. THIRD ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Miss Lindsey,
Gibson, Edwards, Graves, Bryant, Fleming, Dixie Farnham, Denman,
Overall, Diane Farnham. FOURTH ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Vandergriff,
Kropp, Yeager, Smith, Roberts, Schram , Meyer, Haile, Coley,
KNIGHTS IN REVIEW
Editor in Chief. . ......... . . . Carla Lewis
Associate Editor .... . . Shirley Woods
Feature Editor ...... . . . Janet Chilton
Assistant Feature Editor , . , . Wilma June Denman
Advertising Manager . . .... Jim Roberts
Girl's Sport Editor . ....... Nancy Graves
Boy's Sport Editor . ........ Larry Meyer
Art Editors ............ . .Ruth Bell, Earline Swink
Geraldine Ramsey, Loretta Chatman, Carolyn Gibson
History - Janet Chilton, Jodie Edwards, Dixie Farnham
Will - Pat Bryant, Christine Fleming
Prophecy - Janet Chilton
Junior - Elma Overall
Sophomore - Barbara Foster
Freshman - Donna Farnham
Picture Editor ................... Betty Joe Koen
Jim Roberts, Wally Schramm, Judy Ische, Shirley Woods, Elaine
Jones, Gretchen Karsch, Wayne Smith
Barbara Foster, Clara Fae Grandhomme, Jane Moore, Faye Brooks
Georgie Vandergriff, Dorris Coley, Carole Eberhart, Shirley
Woods, Elma Overall, Shirley Kropp, Phyllis Haile, Pat Yeager
SEATED: Graves, Chilton, Harry Lee Denman, Lewis, Harter.
STANDING: lst row: Bryant, Wilma June Denman, Giessing,
Chatman, McClure, Mrs. Nelson, Farnham, Clark.
2nd row: Edwards, Kelley, Koen, Fleming, Gibson,
SEATED: Overall, McClaskey, Story, Bryant, Klob, Fraser.
STANDING: Shelley, Hoehn, Bloom, Miss Bird.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Parker, Shelton, Shinn, Dugal, Jones, Bryant, Denman.
DOUBLE MIXED QUARTET
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Parker, Grandhomme, Jones, Graves.
SECOND ROW: Allen, Roberts, Detring, Kollmeyer.
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1951 SCHOOL CALENDAR 1952
Senior Class Meeting.
Junior Class Meeting.
Pep Squad meeting.
volleyball game with Leadwood.
football game with Fredericktown.
Volleyball game with Frankclay,
First Lyceum program.
Football game with Festus.
Volleyball game with Bismarck.
Football game with De Soto.
Volleyball game with Esther.
F. H. A. Assembly.
F. H. A. Sub-district meeting.
Football game with Sikeston.
First basketball game with Elvins.
-7 Class A State
13-lb Junior Play.
-18 Senior Play.
-9 Senior Trip.
18 Home volleyball game with Elvins.
21 Football game with Herculaneum.
2A School parade.
28 Football game with Crystal City.
Volleyball game with Doe Run.
Football game with Ste. Genevieve.
Volleyball game with Desloge.
23 Volleyball game Wlth Bonne Terre.
Football game with Flat River.
29-Nov.2 Volleyball Tournament at Esther
20 Puppet Show.
21 Sophomore Assembly.
16 Christmas parade.
20 Christmas Cantata.
21 Senior Assembly
Student Council Dance.
26-28 Kiwanis Tournament
22 Pep Squad Assembly.
22-25 Desloge Basketball
Basketball game with Fredericktown.
30 Honor Society Initiation.
26-29 Class A
game with Bismarck.
game with Perryville.
game with De Soto.
21 County Teachers' Meeting.
Music Department Assembly.
-28 Music Festival at Cape.
17 Freshman Assembly.
13 Honor Society Initiation.
HONOR SOCIETY INITIATION
The first Honor Society Assembly of the year was held February A to initiate
the Seniors who had fulfilled the qualifications for entrance into the Society.
The new members initiated were Geraldine Ramsey Ray Linn Kollmeyer, Gaylord Meyer,
and Jim Roberts.
The program was opened by Loretta Chatman, President of the Society, who
acted as Master of Ceremonies. The meaning of the emblem was given by Ruth Bell.
Kent Toalson, accompanied by Mrs. Taylor Smith, Jr., sang nBless this House.n
Following the musical selection, the four Attributes of the Society were presented
as follows: Character - Martha Roberts, Scholarship - Pete Mell, Service - Ronald
Kuhlman, Leadership - Don Effrein.
The pledge was administered by Loretta Chatman. Geraldine Wade described the
flower and what it symbolized. The program ended with Kent Toalson singing NThe
' Lord's Prayer.H
Initiates, former members, their parents, and friends enjoyed a tea given
by the Home Economics Department.
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