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FAUCETT HIGH SCHOOL
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Editor-in-Chief ........ Lula Hobson
Associate Editors ...... Frances Spiek
La Moyne Wallingford
Art Editor .......... Wayne Adkins
Business Manager . . . Anna Bell Adkins
Associate Business. . .Rebecca Robinson
Manager Anna Mae Vincent
Willa Mae Webb
To the Students and Faculiy of
Faucett I-Iigh,who have helped
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Play, One-act Plays, Scholastic,
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Pres. Student Council, Paper Staff
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Softball 4- yrs., Basketball 3 yrs.,
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SENIOR CLASS HISTORY
We, the Class of 1946, have had an adventureous,
exciting and very worth-while four years of high school.
As Freshmen, our class included the following:
Rebecca Robinson, Betty Jean Shapter, Frances Spiek, La
Moyne Wallingford, Margaret Spear, Wayne Adkins, Stanley
Stanton, Walter Foster, Marlin Robinson, jack Isaacs,
Roy Dean Wilkerson and john Helton. Our initiation was
the most outstanding event in our first trying year. A1-
though we were considered just another group of gneenies,
we pulled through with our heads up.
Our Sophomore year was welcomed with anxiety. We
now felt that we were really a part of the school. From
our class of twelve, Margaret Spear and john Helton
dropped out, but we acquired a new member, Lula Hobson.
Our junior year was favored with many interesting
events. First came our junior Play, "Gra.ndpa's Twin
Sister." Our class was also represented in the B.C.A.A.
contest and brought honors to the school. Then came
the Junior-Senior Banquet, which was a colorful evening
of gaiety and laughter. At the close of this year, our
class had diminished to six members, with the loss of
Walter Foster, who was called to the seririce, Marlin
Robinson, jack Isaacs, Roy Dean Wilkerson, and Betty
Ah! The Senior year. At last, we had reached the
top of the ladder. Now for the crisis. Our class was
well represented in all events: sports, music, scholas-
tics, drama, and official positions. The Senior Play,
"Here Comes Charlie," was a scream and it proved a
The many difficulties and opportunities of life
now lay before us, and in the natural course of events,
we will surely receive our share but as Faucett High
School graduates, we feel that we are well prepared to
meet such situations.
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JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY
It can easily be said that when the present juniors
started out as Freshmen ,we were the largest and most
tirnid class in school, numbering sixteen. The most
irnportant event during our Freshrnan year was the ini-
tiation and All School Party, where we played games
and were served with sandwiches and pop.
As Sophomores, we felt very important and indus-
trious. Almost everyone went out for sports and all
the fun that could be had. During this year we lost
several of our students, Betty Hay, Lucille Jennings,
Patsy Richardson, David Cassity, Lillian Vestal,
Charles Clouser, and Frankie Noland, with no new ones
Although we as juniors are small in number we
fell that we are an important part of the school.
Our junior Play, "Take It Easy," proved to be a great
success. We wish to express our thanks to Loretta
Spiek for helping us out in this play. We were very
glad to have Bill Reynolds with us the first part of
this year. Later Bill, jack Willis, and Ellen
Cunninghazn left us.
We are all looking forward to being Seniors next
year and hope to have as much fun as we have had these
last three years.
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Lula Maxine Uklfalfaj Cline
Literary Contest, Volleyball,
Glee Club 2.
Dale QBlondiej Morgan Lola Lee fl..ol1yQ Shapter
Sec. 8: Treas. of So
Class, Track, Softb
Mary jane fRedj Shouse Donald Ray fPonchoj
Glee Club Track 1 yr.
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Glee: Club, Student Council
Rep. 1, Paper Staff.
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SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY
In the Fall of 1944-, eight bashful, timid stu-
dents entered Faucett High School, with hopes high '
in their hearts. What for us was an outstanding
event soon followed--the Freshnuen initiation. It
heliaed to make us forget our bashfulness. The next
event was the All School Party given in honor of the
The fall of 1945 rolled around and we are now
Sophomores. We are pleased to have acquired one new
member Dale Morgan, who with the other eight mem-
bers has taken part in most of the activities of our
The other member are as followsz' Loretta Spiek,
Mary Jane Shouse, Mary Jean Meek, Donald Hafner, C.H
Robinson, Lola Lee Shapter, and Josephine Maupin.
Even though as a class we are small, we think
we are pretty important, and are trying to help make
some interesting history here at Faucett High School.
Our important event of this year was the
Sophomore Party, which our sponsor, Mrs. Webb, the
Freshmen, and other guests helped to make a success--
even though the rain interfered and we were forced
to resort to an inside party.
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Track, Volleyball, Softball,
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Dianna lnmmal M0TBan Bobby fCrupej Rob1nson Band, OrcheStr Faucett 150356, Dallam
G ee Club, Volleyball, Track' Literary Contest Track, Student Cmmcu Rep. CEIHEEQZLESY SChOIaSlZ1C
W. B. fDubj Stanton
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Helen jean KRedl Grable Junior lBiB Shot, Hawkins
Volleyball, Orchestra, Glee Sec. 8: Treas. of Fresh.
Club, Track, Secngi T1-gas. Class, Basketball Softball,
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FRESHMAN CLASS HISTORY
The year of 1946, ushered the Freshman class
into the Faucett High School with Miss Ebersole as
our sponsor. We had twelve members in our class:
Faucett Dallam, Arlene Dittemore, Bobby Robinson,
Shirley Lou Isaacs, W. B. Stanton, Helen jean Grable,
Donna Morgan, Freda De Maray, Charlie Anderson, Bob
Calloway, Eugene Dunlap, and junior Hawkins. Later
Freda and Charlie dropped out leaving ten.
About a week after school started, we were
initiatkd. This consisted of the girls wearing no
hair pins, make-up, or hair bows, and wearing
overalls. The boys had to wear dresses make-up
and hair bows.
Following the initiation, the High School gave
the Freshrnan a party which we all enjoyed very much.
Some of us in the Freshman Class got a chance
to enter the Music and Scholastic Contests held at
Rushville. Also the Freshman had to put on assembly
programs twice--the like of which we will never
All of us Freshrnen are looking forward to being
Sophomores next year and having more of the same
fun we have enjoyed this year.
LOG OF SCHOOL YEAR
Life at school this year has been crammed with fun,
frolic, and studies.
The fun started when the Freshmen girls came to school
wearing overalls and the boys came fixed up in dresses. They
were somewhat embarrased, but were later repaid by a party
given them by the school.
A very entertaining Halloween program was provided for
the community by a musical group. Most everyone stayed for
the dance following, also.
The junior Play, "Take it Easy," was given in November
with Mr. Marshall as director, and with the help of Loretta
Spiek, a sophomore. This play created many laughs especially
the old woman who was always getting naxnes mixed up.
At the Christmas season the exchange of gifts and treat
by teachers was enjoyed by all.
Soon after the Christmas season, we lost one of our
teachers, Mr. Marshall, with Mrs. Webb taking his place.
The County Basketball-Volleyball tournarnent was held
at Faucett High School this year with a record breaking
attendance, and was shortly followed by the Grade School
On March 231-d. and 2.4th., the Senior Play, "Here
Comes Charlie," sponsored by Miss Ebersole was held at the
school with many laughs resulting. Several Sophornores and
juniors helped to make this play a success.
Many students of Faucett High took part in the Literary,
Scholastic and Music contest held at Rushville.
During the school year, an assembly was held every other
Wednesday, with the different classes taking turns providing
the program. This little portion of entertainment helped
break the monotony of studies as well as provide entertainrnent
We have also enjoyed several educational performances
held in our auditorium. Among them were the Parkinson Musical
movies form Farm Extension Service, and various animal shows.
Last but not least the students of Faucett High wish
to express their thanks to our fine cooks, Mrs. Edna Waller
and Mrs. Cuma Vincent for serving Such de1iCiOus 11011 101161165-
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Barbara Scanlin Cal-01 Scanjin
Charleg- Reynolds Joann G1'b1e Johnny Webb
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Stanley Kruggel Patsy Ann Widner Jerold Dallam
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Singleton, Dale Morgan, Bob Calloway, 8: jack Willis
Back Row Left To Right. Coach E. A. Webb, Gene Dunlap, Stanley Stanton, Benton
Laurence, james Cline, Wayne Adkins QCapt.J, junior Hawkins, W. B. Stanton
Faucett 5 5 Easton 1 1
Faucett 1 3 Stewartsville 3 1
Faucett Z 3 Rushville 2 8
Faucett 30 Dekalb 55
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Faucett 1 9 Pickett 3 Z
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Front Row Left To Right, Rebecca Robinson, Anna Bell Adkins, Frances
Spiek, Anna Mae Vincent.
Back Row Left To Right, Loretta Spiek, Lula Hobson, Maxine Cline,
Helen Grable, Josephine Maupin, Donna Morgan.
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Car Wash, Grease and Sirnonise
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Successor To Luse Pharmacy
6201 King Hill Avenue
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MASON ROAD MARKET
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Phone 8-2.007 11th and Mason Roads
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306 E. Hyde Park
Gas and Service Station
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Phone Harrison 6615
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Pickett And Belt Highway
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Lunches and Drinks
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213 North 6th St.
St. joe, Mo.
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COBBS SHOE COMPANY
416 Felix Street
St. Joseph, Missouri
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315 Felix St.
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