Fayette High School - Noclaf Yearbook (Fayette, MO)

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ode "'L0d'--Lf-'1 '0""' 9 f ,f D I v 'I Nfl!! CQ TVIME ffm 'EUEEMHJKLW We ILM Ipfkeserffed by 'WINE Tltudewt 'Boch of ffaqefte ECEOOK lgdifov lpiffsq Tlchuell N5us.m3wniVXXavTH1WX DEDICATION We the annual staff dedlcate to the Basket ball Squad and to Coach Tom Todd th1s our Noclaf for 1942 Because of the1r excep l tlonal record of only three losses 1n th1rty one games and therr w1nn1nq the conference champ1onsh1p we feel that they have been a chmax to a wonderful year Good coachmq excellent playmq team work and clean sportsmanshlp have been then code and thelr code w1ll be ours 1n the future l l l TH NS I C C I Eli - Eli - Eli , l I I I 1 I I ' 1 , . FOREWORD ' ' ' ' lt hots been the des1re of the Annual Stott to bnnq to you the h1qhl1qhts of thls h1qh school yeor of l94l 42 ond b1nd them mto CI book of lctsttnq memones Thls 1S the f1I11Sl'1Gd product by the Noclol Stott for the student body We hove token os our theme the ossernbly hne whlch 1S so prevalent 1n thls tlme ot moss productlon ond compored our schoollnq ond oct1v1t1es to mcmutocturmq from the row md terlorl to the pollshed product . . . . . ' 1 1 , . h A W. - . f. X 4 v , ADMINISTRATION fffx The Bocxrw of I-ILIUCCYIIOII hu'2 maids possuvle fhe hue' KTQIIIIIIISITCIIIOH cmd iflcxdllnq fcxguhy of whlch we are very proucx We WISII to Qxrurebs our qrotltude to them for the mcmy thmqs they have om towcmm the hettermeht of our school emo the many ODDOTIUHIIIQS qlven us L W .Imcobs T B Chnnowdh E C Buckmr I L Vxrml W W Lusby T H Alsop Lb J E Sutton Supl? R R Rlckmtts Absent Columbus Mxupm md D E Mlllcr O I I O L ff? I W digg. , -' ,Q f X22 .wwf , . ' , 5. - - If I .1 "W , , , m f f 4.4 I Q Q .1 -1 J ' . I W I. E. SUTTON, Supt. THQMAS P. TQDD, Principal 7 if , ' I , V . fl F5 V V 7, , s l I I , E SS: I lx . - Q A Q L 9 I . , "Ia,-,Aw , T I . u . 4 'J Q Wyfffafw M1 A, Ufpfygqffy ff, ,4,,4,,1,4,z,cz. Z f GMM f X THE FALCULTY - ff f JTQ, A Blankenbaker Cloyd Eaton Glllock J hneon naus U-QT d Wrlght PAY ALLEN WM GILLOCK Commerce Soc1c11Sc1ence Enqhsh Art French LUCILLE BLANKENBAKER BETHANA IOHNSON Mczthemcmcs Soczcl Sczence Soc Q1 Sc ence Speech NINA CLOYD GILBERT KNAUS Enqlxsh, Scxence I Mathemcmcs, Sczence i'i"'- MILDRED EATON IANE TODD Home Econormcs Enqhsh, Mus1c T L WRIGHT Voccmonal Aqncultute C79 X , ' f V, 1. , ' ' , , f, f . A rv Z wall f fffkk? ' My I 'f ' f : I, lu , f Af' . ' , Q3 34,1111-f',f 'Vfffia If-...N f' "ig 'WA' Aff"-N ' A N' ' 4'U' I, V' ,, I ' ,I .4 'u H --A , 1 f af. W" ' 'V fx 1521 A ,jf Dr, Hub 6 U F J .fl ,Cin A T f T fy' M ff T.- -+w'+f. 4+ . U' JT! TQ , f ' ,L fn 'Vow --1 of U49 if M A , 4 'f"'f'i f"7 -' L n .,. ,fa A4 . T TWA .- , . . J. I A,-4 V i,i,k-ffl-M 'L LY , f- . 4 X, I - lf, , V 7 ' 'ff . 1 ' 1' , . ,J ,, , 5 r 'fl T if llen sg? f ' 0 . mf d A wg, W , 3: U I 541' uv ce, lg" ' , ' ' f i , STUDENT COUNCIL IUNIOR CONSTANTZ Presrdent HUGH BARRETT Senor Rep V1ce Pres CARLOS MCCULLOUGH I umor Rep MARTHA CROCKETT Sophomore Rep all McCul1 ugh FANNY B BUCKNER Freshman Rep Sec Treos IRVIN SCHNELL Ezghth Grade Hep ANNA IUNE EVANS Seventh Grade Hep MR TOM TODD Adwsor I I O I L ! Constantz Barrett o Crockett Buckner Schncll Evans Todd I - u xr ,- . j ' F an A - , " ' Q Q Q IU ff? SEVENTH GRADE 0 o o First Row .It ln Bloom Donlay Jo Lockrldge M'1rJorxc Dougherty Anna June Evans Helen Bxoxx n Darlcm H111 Ruby Ttrrlll Candace Jaggard Second Row Mary Ann AlLXlI1dLI J xnt TUIIIKI Zonl Lopcr Bncky Jo Harrls Ollyc C lmpbcll Lxvllle Frld Wlllxcc Jlcobs III Ht my Huttscll Robut Allan Don lld Schwalje Fourth Row Jack Murphy Bulfold lVICCorklL Bobby Gtolgt Paul Gtlatis Donald Mauk John Lu CIKVKS The corr1dors of Fayette Hlah School became a place of mys tery to us thlrty two bew1ldered seventh graders However we soon got straxqhtened out and we now feel as lf we are a part of the student body Al the hrst of the year we held several skatlnq partles whlch were emoyed by all of us The members of our class Jolned many extra currlcular act1v1t1es We have IIVG boys on the lunlor Hlah basketball squad hve orchestra members slx pep squad mem bers nlne Boy Scouts and three Glrl Scouts We were alad to welcome two new members the last semes ter Helen Brown and L C Hayes At the end of the year wlth the ent1re class s cooperahon we presented a play and a muslcal assembly program whlch everyone emoyed C119 V ' Y, X fx- If 1 l xr' , I ' - -2 1 A , . ' ' . . 1 1 . 3 X ' 5 ' 1 i 1 ' , ' , .I . . z ' ' z ' . " '. ' 1 ' , z X - Icy, Czlthlcon Patton, Dana Annu Chunowoth. Third Row-James Paul Alexander, z z K z : . X ' J ' . " ' . 2 " . - 1 ' ' ' 2 ' ' '. z 2 ' CJ. ' . - l I I , I 1 1 ' I I ' . . . . , . , . , I Boy Scouts of Amerxca Troop 62 0 First Row Jackie Murphy Paul Galatas Billy Joe Crigler Keith Innes Johnny Walker Bob Varncr Bob Innes Jimmie Turmr Harold Ross Weir Donald Mauk Second Row Burford McCorkle Paul Clingenpeel Denny Davis Roy Wernu Bill Wright Lowrll Allrn Glen Collur Robert Allen Donald Schwalje Bobby Gtorgr Third Row Henry L xwrr nce James Paul Alexander Wallace Jacobs Leonard Lam The past school year has been an eventful one for Troop 62 To begin with we went to the Area Swim Meet last summer and there we took first in 6 of the l l events Star of the meet was Carlos McCullough who came home with three blue ribbons This tall we started in with our wastepaper for defense effort which has taken much of our time smce then Although we have tried to help our country as much as possible we have also had time for some of our scouts to advance in rank For instance at our last court of honor two scouts received the coveted Eagle award while another received his Eagle gola palm Other scouts have in nearly every case advanced at least one rank or have acquired several new merlt badges A Senior Patrol has been organized from the older boys of the troop who have been active in leadership work and they have planned several events for the near future Highlight of the spring season was the Father and Son Chili Supper in ea ly April Then we launched our Victory Garden Contest the outcome of wnich IS as yet indefinite We of Troop 62 which is now reputedly one of the best in the Council are looking to a future with great hope for increased accomplishment and a de termination to help our nation tn whatever way we are permitted C10 . . , 0 O 0 I T K I 1 Q I . v . 1 ' Q 1 x Y I 3 ' x Y ' I X. x 1. I l l 2 I ' H' I ' v I I . 1 - on. Eston Quisenberry. David McKinsey. J. C. Wilhoit. Irvin Schne-ll, Dexter Sluglv. - , - , . . I V . , U , , ..l EIGHTH GRADE o Q Q M Fxrsi row Gwendolyn Page Kithgrmo Wrlch Marth'1 Perry Holrn Phrlllps Thrlma Gmtz Dorothy Jo Shrflett M'1ry Ruth Slmpson Mwrgarrt Rlch Holcn Mane Collu r Second row Mrss Todd tsponsorl P1u1 Clmgm npul Le o Rosc MIFVID H111 Bob MLC11l1l1C J L Wllholt IIVID Schntll Htnrv Mounts The E1ghth Grade started out w1th '12 members and underwent a great many changes 1n personnel durmg the year Our f1rst d1sappo1ntment came when Patr1c1a lnnes left us We were com pensated for her loss by the add1t1on of our l1tt1e fr1ends the Lancaster boys After the close of the hrst semester we settled down to a peaceful 11fe G W Marcum left us for Glasgow Thelma Gmtz wlth a box of Tyrone Powers breezed 1n from Boonvllle At the end of the th1rd quarter hnal change for the gooa came 1n the form of Bob MCCllDllC When we assembled thrs fall we elected the follow1ng offrcers Pres1dent Paul Chngenpeel VICQ presldent Margaret Rlch Secretary Treasurer 1 C W11ho1t and represe11tat1ve Buddy Schnell We gave a QU17 program on the present war s1tuat1on 1n assembly March 1? A boy and g1rl from each class of the student body were chose11 to compete tl1e boys W1I1l11TlQ Paul Chngenpeel acted as Master of Ceremomes Followmg the qu17 progra111 members of the class belongrng to the Scout orgamzahons gave demonstrahons of the a1sp1ay1ng of the Unltecl States flag At the close of the program the ent1re student body sang the Nat1ona1 Anthem Our last socral funct1o1 was a party on March 20 at Daly Aud1tor1um About 18 members were present C13 O , . -0 1 4 P - T " Ar ', .O ' ., 11 ,f 1 0 f 1 Q A , E , . t 4 1- ' , D . C w ' 1 . C -1 I V u ' ' L. X 1 1 f - v 4 I X 1 h Jimmie Turner, Prico Jackson, James Harley McMillan. Third row-Dvxtcr Slaglc, , . , . I l l 1 I . J IUNICR HIGH BASKETBALL TEAM Q Q 0 n Fxrst row J C W1lho1t Jxmos Paul Alexander Irvm Schncll Paul Galatxs Robtrt Allen Donlld Mtuk Bobby George Back row Marvm H111 Kolth Inms M1 Knaus tcoachl Jlmcs Harley MLM1llan Eugcne Costlty Dan Rogers Paul Clmgmnpul Bllly Joe Cllgltr Kcnnt th Flrmcr D1 nny DlVlS Twenty one boys arose fanhtully at 6 30 o clock four morn mas a week thts wmter to have the qym for lunlor l-hah Basket ball pract1ce These boys cornprlse the lumor l-ltqh Squad who w1th the1r coach Mr Knaus won seven of thetr fourteen games The lunlor I-hah team soonsored a lunlor I-hgh Tournament at the Daly AUdllOI1Um Wlth e1qht teams entered The Wrens won a second place troohy loslna only to Moberly by one pomt The Wrens sponsored a speclal qame to ralse money for then' letters All twenty one boys rece1ved letters seven of them havmq strlpes to Slqfllfy those who had played the most Gene Costley and Kenneth Farmer were elected co captams after the playmq season Q14 1' . . . 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FRESHMAN CLASS I-'xrst row Betty George Joyce Ray Alma Mae Perfater Phylhs Splckler Dorls Spry Ehnbt th Danny Fanny B Buckner Dorothy Terrll Patty Buller Second row M ny Ellt n C xlxtrt Btnnle Jr ffrxes Bttty Norrts Marth 1 Sur Moon Ann Brower Jmt B1shop Norma Black Jean Jxggard Thxrd row Mr Glllock Csponsorh Henry LIWIQHCL CHtn CoHuJ' Ktnh Innes Lishe Thunnan Harvey Fruhey Kenntth Fllllltl D lxld MLK1nsty Eugem Costly MISS Johnson fsponsorh Fourth row Jun IGI DIXIN JIIIHN Wxljc Dm Rogt rs Danny D'lVlS Alvln Shww John McCl'1mmLr Bllly Jot Lllglcr Hxrold Nc wmln Gtorgt Btsyt The Freshman class of 1941 42 has an enrollment of 37 mem bers Ot th1s number 16 are new members who have arrlved thls year The class 1S well represented ln school functlons We have 15 alrls 1n Home Economlcs Club two q1rls m the school or chestra 10 boys on the lumor 1-hah basketball squad and one of our members Fanny B Buckner lS the Secretary Treasurer ot the Student Body Phylhs Splckler was our class candldate for queen at the 1-lallowe en Carnlval We are also well represented 1n the glee clubs pep squad paper staff F F A and the Drum and Bugle Corps ln the Halloween Carnlval we sponsored a trmket stand and a puppet show wh1ch proved to be one of the most success ful entertamments of the Carn1va1 The class ofncers for th1s year are as follows Prestdent Denny Dav1s Vlce pres1dent Ehzabeth Denny Secretary Treas urer Ke1th Innes Class Reporter Robert Kenepp and Class Rep resentatlve Fanny B Buckner C175 1 1 1 1 L 1 1 . . 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P SQUAD 0 0 Flrsi row Dorothy Jo Shltlttt Mngutt Rlnh Nmty Hutchm n DUIIS gpm 'VI uthx LIULRK tt J mc 'lulml Ann BVOVNLI M lflhl Regus lx nthlxn Sum Llmpa n p tl Donlay Jo lotkxldgm Second row Hopt lVIcCorklt F mmm Jmt MLQI xxx row Elhtrt HlLkIl1lI1 Rxy Kxmpschmldt J C Wllllflli Irxm Snhmll Dm Royals T,lLllQl1Ilf.,LI1Dlll Don :ld Schxx thc Kuth Innes Bobbw Ccrmlgt J :Ck Murphx The pep squad has been one of the buslest oraantzatrans at the s heal thrs year They were oraamzed the flrst at the year and were a yellma sensatlan at the tlrst home basketball aame Many at the members went to every out of town aame The pep squad has stressed aoed soortsmanshm however as we won the malonty ot games lt was very easy to be aeed sports Wlth the cheer leaders l-laqh Barrett Denny Davts Mir h Roaers and Kathryn Clmaenpeel our pe savacl has had a most successful year Q18 P E 0 0 1 f, H ,. - lz' 1 I' - -. 1 -' ' z z 'z - " t-- 0. . t-v J -v-A rx, ,- X - t' In 2 5 . - '-Z --v. Jzxmit- Simpson. Funny Buckncr. Cuthcrim- Harris. Hugh Burrctl. Bob Vurm r. Third 2 ' ' r - . . N 1 B . vi 4' .l I tj. Mr , . - , ,Q 2 J. C ' . ' ' Al V ll v n . , I f f A Q ' - V ' f f-Y ' 1 A 1 I YN , , fJ Q A 1 DRUM AND BUGLE CORPS 0 0 First row Helen Brown Margaret Rlch Dor1s Spry Amta Beumon Ann Brow tr Fwnnu B Buckner M'1ry Ann Smlth Ruth Wrlght Patty Bulltr Second row M xrth 1 Clockt tt Hope McCorkle Ellzabeth Denny Helen Mdfle Colller Betty Sklll man Dorothy Jo Shlflntt Wanda Beamon Jeanette Wood Thlrd row Jam Blshop C lthulm HdlIlN Mlss Todd Our Drum and Bugle Corps 1S under the superv1s1on ot Mlss lane Todd It takes part 1n most of the feSllVll1SS of the Fayette communlty mcludmq college football games and l-lomecomlna parades When the college football season 1S over the orqan1zat1on conhnues 1ts act1v1t1es 1n connectron Wlth hlqh school basketball aames Thls year We paraded on several occaslons to advertlse 1mportant games We also made rmpressrve demonstratlons be tween the halves of the games There are 19 members and one mascot two tlaqbearers tour twrrlers and one drum malor 1n the orqan1zat1on t3Coc-D I O Martha Jane Perry, Mary Ruth Simpson, Dorothy Patrick, Emma Jane McCrary, 5 E be Q u 9 9 GIRLS GLEE CLUB Q Farsi row Mary Ann Smath Gtorgaanna Hdgtr Alma M111 Ptrfatu Dorothy Jn an Burton Ewa McCorklt Cathtranr Harras Joyce Ray Wanda Bedmon Patty Bullta Ba tty Gtorgt Dorothy Trrrall Second row Martha Rogcrs Nancy Hutrha son Maatha Crorkntt Anata Bttaanon Mdljllrlt Dougherty Evelyn Eckhoff Muratl Ba ands Boaanat Moblty Carolyn Mallanckrodt Mary Ellrn Calvtat Thxxd row Batty Noaaas Ruth Wraght Jcdmttt Wood Ann Browrr Doras Spry Kathryn Black Batty Sllllfltflilld Francms Jackson Jammu Annt Walla ams Norma Black Fourth hoff Emma Jane McCraay Jtssaa Zumsttg Betty Quasrnbtrry Ann Thurman Ruth Burton Jr annt Jagg ard Faith row Patsy Schnrll Jamac Sampson Martha Sum Moon Fanny B Butknta Elanabc th Denny Doras Aclkasson Jfanc Bashop Mrarx Opal F aal Ju anata Walla ams Saxih row Ann Abrrn athy Htlan Brown Bttty Skallm an Phyllas Spanklmr Mass Todd tDar1ctorl The Garls Glee Club conslstmq ot SO qarls as under the da rectaon of M1ss lone Todd They mdde thear hrst otppedrdnce on December l8 tdkmq port 1n the Chrastmds Ccmtotd The lnfcmt Holy The soloasts were Soordnos Ann Brower Dorothy leon Burton Betty Skall mon Contrdltos Mdrthd Boqers cmd Pcttsy Schraell On Apral 24th they took port 1n presentanq d Sprmq Concert The qarls quortet consastmq of Betty Sklllmcm Mdrtho Rogers Pdtsy Schnell ond Evd McCorkle ond the maxed qudrtet com posed ot Dorothy ledn Burton Mdrtho Boqers Elbert l-hckmdn ond l-luqh Bctrrett dssasted dt thls performance Thear lost ctppeordnces were mode on Moy 17 ond Moy 22 ot Bdccctlctureotte cmd Commencement K 0 O O I I 1. Z I v I 41, ' ' H ' 2 ' X a 1'- -: ' . ': a, 1, -' - 1 1 1 , ' z ' , 1 A a" a . u I xv a . Q T ' 1 x S. I . I '- ': h ' ' . 'Z 1 ' ' ,. 2 ' ' X ' . ' - X -TV-in V n xl E X v X Q --T 1 - a : , 1 1 ' 3 . ' '- a ' 'z ' 2 2 . row-Ballau Lockradgu, Kathryn Suv Clangcnpoel, Nancy Hammond, Mary Lou Eck- , -1 - z f z . ' - 1 5 X , ' - 5 , z ' - . 1 , . ' ' . . . . 1 5 . 1 N' 1 .1 '. z ' 1 2 - X 2 A . ' a ' , a , 1 , 1 1 T I . . 1, 1. . , . - A 1 1 - - j -H . ' I I 1 I ' I I , . I 2 7 SOPHOMORE CLASS Farsi row M xrv Ann Smlth Martha Crockttt Nancy Hutchrson Anlta Beamon Jeanette Wood Marjorrc Dwlght Ruth Wrrght Margarct Jeffrlcs Eulyn Eckhoff Cathermo Harrrs Em McCork1o Second row Eddle Slagle Norm n Gelger Harvey Flxdlty Robtrt Brown Dtlgxr Wtlls Iowcll Allrn Leon 1rd Ln mon Bob Varngr Thlrd row Rov 1V'cK11g J J Crt on Abblo Est111 Junxor Fredrrlch B111 Wrlght Jack Luv Leon OBr1tn The Sophomore class ot 1941 42 has had a Very busy and successtul year We a e well represented ln all student act1V1t1es havrnq members ot our class rn Glee Club Pep Squad F F A Home Ec Club Paper Staff Drum and Buqle Corps Qrchestra Boy Scouts Curl Scouts Softball and on the Basketball Squad Harold Boss Werr ecrned h1s letter tor basketball and Eston Qulsenberry Lowell Allen B111 Wrrqht and Leonard Lemon Won provrsronal letters The class IS oroud ot these boys Wlth the help ot Mrss Eaton and Mr Knaus our sponsors We presented our assembly Our program consrsted ot two plays Oh Teacher and The Benchwarmer Our brqqest problem tor the last semester was presentmq the program tor the lumor Senror Banquet Class oflrcers for the year were Delaar Wells presrdent Boy Vlcliarq v1ce presrdent Bob Varner secretary and treasur er Catherme 1-larrrs reporter and Martha Crockett student councrl representatlve We as Sophomores now look back upon our frrst tour years 1n Fayette 1-hah School wrth happy memorres and we look to the tuture wrth hrqh expectatrons C25 O I I O 1 Lf-- 1 1 1 . c U A I . I V ' 1 l I -. 'l Q ' . n . - ' , a ' , -' ' ' . X. 5 x -' 4 W 1 y x 1 x ' - x I ' - 4' . ' , . . 'S , ' S f , ' X ' , ' ' , Eston Quisenberry, Raymond Jackson, Miss Eaton. Harrold Ross Weir, Mr. Knaus. z ' ay, - ' ' - . r . . . . . - 1 , , . . ., . I I I I I I I ' I I I I ' . A . ' I I II ll II . II ' I I ' 3 f 7 1 1 ' 1 J ' I 1 I , I I I 1 BOYS GLEE CLUB Fxrst row Gcorgo Bmsyb Bob Crtvus J1mm1c Sncll B1ll Wmght Eddu Sllgll I mon lld Lt mon Hugh Barntt M IIVID P1rry Roy Wtrnc r Dm Roy IN Second row H nuy Fxldlty L1 on OBIICH Ray K lTNpSChl1lldt JIIDIDIL Mltthm ll Jun1or Dun D1 nm Dans Glcn Collur Btn Btsyc Dt an MCK ug B1lly Jot Qflglll Thxrd row Roy Sudd nth Robtlt SIYNPSOD Jllllmli Stttlt J xmas Wxlgt Rtlph Doughtlty J J row Donald R1Ch11d on Rwmond Jackson Junlor Frcdrlch Abb11 Ebtlll Russtll Fr1dl1v Bob Vxrncr Exton Qu1s1nb1 rry D1v1d McK1ns1y H nold Rose W111 Flfih xoxx John NICf,lllNl1llI' Euge nt Contley Kolth Innce Stmlcy Frldlu Norm 1n C11 1,11 K1 nm th F 1rm1 1 J xck L xy H1 nry L xvx rc nu Mlsx Todd flJlIl ctoll The Boy S Glee Club th1s yedr IS Composed ot 53 members lt IS under the d1reCt1on of MISS lone Todd ond 1t hos sung on eeverol OCCGSICUS lts hrst pubhc dppeorotnce ot the sedson wds ds CI port ot the Chnstmds Cdntotd The lnfdnt Holy The solo11,ts were Elbert I-hckmdn ond l-luqh Bdrrett W1th the olfl S Glee Club 1t took port 1n the Sprmq Concert Apr1l 24th The sed on Closed Wllh 1ts oontr1but1on to the muslcdl oor t1ons ot Bdccolduredte cmd Commencement 'll 0 I I I O l 1 l l l I it' X. X VL" . ' 1 I . V ' . V x L 1 1 1 1 - 1 . I ' ' 1 ' 1 - ' 1 ' 1 - 1 - 2 1 1 1-1. ' .' X 1 251, -2 2'.,. ' 1 ' - Crt-son. Roy Ashcraft. Elbert Hickman, Rolla MZ1gTUClL'I'. Harold Nvwrnun. Fourth ' '- 'z 1, ' - . ' ,. 1 " V 1 1-'- r1-' 1 1 R 1-. L1 l. 1 Z' 1 11. 'b-S '-1- -V 1 . . 1 1 - K I . 1 . . 11 11 . C' , . , fs.. 1 . . . kv 'T' ' 1 ' I 4 , LJ 1 A CL' IUNIOR CT I-XSS Fu-st row Ruth Burton Bonntc Moblcy Betty Glbbs Bt tty Sk1llm'1n Mlldrtd Thurman Ju tnttw Wtlhtms Bttty Lum Quxstnbcrry Murul Brinds Wmda Baa mon Second row Fmmt J mm MCCI ny C trolyn M tlllnckrodt Mlldud Robb Jr tn Mounts Dotothy Pwttltk Batty Jann Sundcrland Jrssle Zumstcg Fr mcts Jackson M ny Lou Eckhott Thxrd row John R Wilkt r M trvtn Parry Bob Crtws Dorothy JL ln Button Ann Abtrntthy Mtrth 1 Rogtrs Kathryn Sue Cllngenprrl Jtrry Him los McCullough Ch trlcs McM1ll m R ty Kampschmldt Jlmmlt Sntll Russtll Frldley Btn Basye M1 Todd tspon ot? Fifth row Bob Slmpson Donald Rlchardson Rolla M 15,1 udu Jllllllllt Qc ttlc The luntol Class lS the largest class m school and has had a htahly successful year under the leadershtp ot therr class offtcers and sponsors The class othcers are Presldent Bob lnnes vlce prestdent Emma lane McCrary Secretary Treasurer Ann Aber nathy Reporter Donald Rtchardson and Representatlve tn the Student Coctnctl Carlos McCullough The sponsors are Mtss Cloyd and Mr Todd The luntors sponsored the l-lallowe en Carmval th1s year rn whtch all classes helped On March 5th we presented an assembly program COI'1S1Sl11'1Q of an ortqlna play entttled Gettmq Executed tn SIX Lessons and the alrls sextette To complete 'hrs busy year the luntors entertamed the Sen lors at the annual lumor Semor Banquet followed by a Prom tn the South Amerlcan Way 23 5 ' 1 V, O 0 O 0 . 1 . I - l -t X . 1 . I l' 1 . z '. ' 'z .. K ' 'st ' y. W . z -'- , 1 J 2 2 ' 'i '. , Z K 1 . ' ' , Ei -1 ' , ' z , z z N .. - z - lcy, Bob Innes. Roy Wcrncr. Fourth row-Mlss Cloyd tsponsorl, Roy Suddarth. Car- , S . ,' .l L. F . l ' T ' 8 . ' 5. . 2 , - -. ' ' t L u xi l M rv - - 1 T T , 14 I ' , ' I . I .1 I ' , . . . I A 1 1 V A A I l . . , . ,, . . . ,. i L 1 L, L . X1 L I , I ' ' ll - ll t J DEBATE Q Siandmg Mlss Johnson Wzyne Ph1lllDS Don :ld Spry Sxttmg VlY1CiDtMdI1liDH Pit y Schmll Johnny W llktl The debate team ot Fayette Htah School durma the past year part1c1pated 1n over 20 debates wlth such schools as Iopltn Kern per Columbla Sedalla Marshall and Fulton as thetr opponents Durtna the year the debaters qalned much valuable expert ence 1n the art ot speaktnq Debate teaches the student to thlnlc on hrs own teet to do research work and to do thtnqs on h1s own 1n1t1at1ve Debate IS educattonal for tt qtves the debater a chance to meet new tnends and vtstt new towns The debate team thts year has qatned thrs experrence and ts very proud to say that two members hold the Dearee of Honor, one member holds the Deqree of Excellence, and one member holds the Degree ot Ment We also have a member ot the torenstc squad, Vmcent Manton, who placed thtrd ln the State Humorous Readtna contest at Sprrnqfreld, Mtssourt 1247 5 :iff 'L , A f , - ,M ' f, 4 , . , 1 A . - , A 9 ' . 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Front row George Basye Donald Rlchardson Ray Kampschmldt Jumor Fred rlch Jlmmy Snell Norman Gelger Ben Basye Second row Abblo Estlll Jumor Davxs Rolla Magruder Harold Lloyd Curtls Owen Jlmmxe Settle Jack Lay Ray mond Jackson Thxrd row Mr Wrlght Roy Suddarth James Walje Leon OBr1en Robert Brown Henry Mallmckrodt The Future Farmers of Amenca have had a very busy and successful year under the superv1s1on ot Mr Wrlght our sponsor Our hrst proJect Was to bulld some ZOO gates for the Fall Festwal wh1ch kept us pretty busy Bes1des the gates some boys lou1lt new pro1ect lhlS year out of Wh1ch We all had a great deal of fun We caught over l5O l1ve plgeons to be sent to the Un1vers1ty of MISSOUTI for experlrnents Along Wlth the fun came a dlsappolnt ment the State Llvestock Iudglng Contest was called off We also attended the Arnencan Royal last tall 1n Kansas C1ty At the tlrst of the year We elected the tollowlng offlcers Pres 1dent Henry Malhnckrodt Vlce presldent Ray Karnpschrnldt Secretary Roy Suddarth Reporter Curt1s Owen Treasurer Rolla Magruder Parllamentanan I1mrn1e Settle and Watch Dog Donald Rlchardson C2 ' 1 hog houses, hog troughs, and sheep feeders. 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E ton Qmsonbcrry C'1rlos McCullough Lowell Allen Ernest McM1llan Bxll W1 lght Johnny H5 att Johnny Walker Lewls Allrn Donald Spry Hxrold Ross Wen' Jllllltl C1 n t1nt7 Le on ard L1 mon Mr Todd Ccolchl cess and honor tor the Semor l-l1gh bas ketball squad hav1ng won 28 out of 3l games Not los1ng a scheduled game all season 1S a record not excelled or even equalled ln F l-l S hlstory for years Prospects looked d1shearten1ng at the tlrst ot the season Coach Tom Todd newly acqu1red from Washlngton Mo had but tour l94l lettermen to work Wlth But when Coach Todd and the boys got MCMllllD and Hyfltt together the results were remarkable ln the Glasgow lnv1tat1on Tournament the Falcons placed second los1ng 1n the flnals by three pomts ln the Fulton tour ney they Won a n1ce thlrd place trophy but really h1t the1r peak at Marshall taklng the V Club tournament by W1nn1ng four stralght games A heartbreakmg loss to Loulslana ln the sem1 tmals of the Reg1onal Tournament at Central1a was part1ally compensated for when the Falcons beat Glasgow or thlrd place K2 0 0 5 'vvmsz ., 1,1 ' , ,. ay. vc U v ir F This year has been one of great suc- f . vm SOFT BALL Q First row Carl Kllgoro Roy We rmr Leonard Ltmon Htrold Ross Wt ll Eu gint Costlty Gtorgr Cady Ernt st McM1llLm Second row Junior Constintz C u lo gur Wt lls M1 Todd fcolchl The softball team of Fayette l-hah had a very' successful sea son Out of ftve qames we Won tour and lost one We held a sub req1onal tournament at the Clly park Fayette won hrst After delaylnq the Green Clty Tournament because of had weather we tmally qot to ao At the Green Clty Tournament Frankhn lost the openmq qame Fayette played the second game and won over Mem ph1s That mqht Fayette lost to Green Cltv We won second place at the tournament Now that pretty weather has arrlved and the measles ept demlc kept us from qomq to Havana we have started our spnnq tralnmq Several games have been planned tor the last two months ot school C28 - O O C t r McCullough, Rolla Magruder, Johnny Hyatt. Donald Richardson. Donald Spry. Dol- ,J VOX FALCONIS 0 0 Ann Brower Ehzabeth Denny Johnny Walker Martha Sue Moon Bob Varner Jamxe Slmpson Roy Lee Ashcraft Vmcent Manton Martha Crockett Mlss Johnson tsponsorl Kathryn Sue Clmgcnpeel Harold Ross We1r Th1s year has been a successful one for the paper staff Although gettlng oft to a late start we put out a total of hve papers th1s year and added several new features to the school s one and only paper Ears Manton Our feature stones were taken care of by Bob Varner and Denny DGVIS and the llterary sectlon was edtted by Martha Sue Moon The sports stones were covered by Iohnny Walker and Martha Crockett also d1d her share of the work on the feature stor1es The productton end of the paper was handled by Itrnrny Mltchell and Roy Ashcraft typtsts Ernest McM1llan productton edltor and h1s very capable asslstant Harold Ross We1r Last but by no means least IS the ed1tor IH ch1ef The one who does the worrymg and also the one who sees that everyone gets h1s 1ob done on tlme Thls Job was well handled th1s year by Iam1e SIHIDSOD We of the paper staff hope that you students have emoyed the papers we have put out and that you wlll contlnue to emoy them tn years to come 6297 0 ' T o T T u The "scandal" page was capably handled by "Eyes" McMillan and ORCHESTRA e 0 Bucky Jo Harris D'ma Ann Chcnoweth Bob Crrws Hope McCorklo Lovwll Allen Jn mm Jraggud Jmus Plul Altxandtr Dllflg Spry C mdico .I lgg ard Mxss Todd O I i K 'ls K v u X ls V n 7 'z - . 1 ' . z x z -- ' . 1 . 2 . 1 1 . ! - I 1 1 1 1 ' I I ' l 130 A group of students mterested ln lnstrurnental work have formed an lnstrurnental ensemble under the dlrec t1on of M1ss lane Todd Then' hrst appearance was made as a part ot the Sprlna Concert The mstrumenta t1on lS as follows v1ol1ns flute clartnet barltone saxo phone trumpet and p1ano The types of muslc are both class1cal and seml classtcal GUUUU13 S3000 x t ' t f SENIOR CLASS HISTORY Remember way back when ln the tall of 1930 a group of proud but somewhat reluctant young scholars entered mto Mrs Rachel Srrnpson s Cup untll thenD peaceful room On the roll we fxnd the names of brown eyed Helen Brown befreckled Nutty Hyatt dap per Rtchard Kenepp glamour g1rl Brlly Loclcrrdge ta1r mlnded Dean McKa1g dare devll George Cady chubby lohnny Bob Lessley gentlemanly Kenneth Street frall dlctlonary m1nded Wayne Ph1ll1ps qu1et pet1t W1lmoth Ann Thur man art1st1c Patsy Schnell tall blonde Venus lam1e S1mpson and nolsy Wawyer Spry We learned such amazmg th1ngs as readmg and pflllllllq The next year we Jorned MISS Emlly Owen 1n the toothless grade as her last class On ra1ny days we fought to see who would put on her overshoes We sat around tables and sang Columb1a the Gem ot the Ocean and other patr1ot1c songs Two of our members stayed out so long when sent on an er rand they were belleved ktdnapped ln the th1rd grade w1th MISS Alexander as a teacher we had the exc1t1ng new addttlons of lrmmy Mrtchell and long d1v1s1on rn arrthmettc Mtss Sud1e subdued our rather w1ld group notlcably 1n the fourth grade by a few well drrected slaps Th1s year we hanged rooms for classes oh Joy' C33 II II I . . 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A . . x. 1 , SENIOR CLASS HISTORY QContmuedD As flfth graders Mtss Ehzabeth helped us welcome Ernest McM1llan and the year passed qulckly on We reached our goal Mtss Russells stxth grade We were busy l1ttle- bees leadtng the lower grade when we marched upstatrs runntng varxous rmportant errands and runnrng off tests on the dupllcator Oh the bttter tear we shed as we left the sacred portals of Lawrence I Daly At f1rst wlde eyed and stup1f1ed we entered the corrtdors of F H S and the seventh grade Thrs year Roy Ashcraft and Dorothy Beamon Jotned our group By the end of the year we had regalned our former porse enough to g1ve a revolutronary assembly program and we were deslgnated the black sheep of the school Our notorlous gang moved to the exghth grade where we deltghted m pesterlng Mrs Fleece rn study hall V1ncent Manlon adaed to our tmportance by Joxnmg us th1s year As freshmen and green ones too we were lnvaded by a large group of newcomers conslstmg of Nancy Hammond Martha Lou1se and Mary Opal Earl Georgranna Hager I1mm1e Ann W1ll1ams Maryone Sm1th Wtlma Lee Wrlght Carl Ktlgore Harold Lloyd Leroy Crrgler Henry Mallrnckrodt Curtts Owen Howard Ray and Iuntor Constantz lt took us a long ttme to ftgure everyone out Now wlth a great deal of self assurance and new classmates Lew1s Allen and Elbert Hrckman we served at the Iunror Sentor Banquet IH some ducky httle Dutch costumes We got down to busmess our Junror year wlth Hugh Barrett as a new arrlval and successfully sponsored the Hallowe en Carmval We then enter tamed the senlors to the strarns of sweet Hawa11an mustc at the banquet lt was our ntght to howl and we dtdl We are semors' Dons Adlasson 1o1ned us th1s year We found lots of hltherto undrscovered talent to put on the senlor Play and to perform our dunes as school leaders We reyotced at the banquet 1n our honor and looked con clescendtngly upon the grades beneath us for we are at the h1ghest step of the ladder As thts year ends we graduate We btd one last fond adteu to our be loved school and teachers G34 1 1 . 1 . . - 1 1 - 1 ' , . . . . . 11 11 1 . , . . , . 1 1 1 , , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 f 1 1 1 - r 1 ' 1 r . ' 1 1 . 1 . 1 ' ' , . , , . - SENIOR CLASS LOUIS ALLEN Loule Jolned us when he was .1 sophomore and smce then has made many frlends Thxs year he made hls letter ln basketball to clxmax hxs short but lnterestlng stay wxth us PS It IS rumored he may en ter the grocery business DOROTHY BEAMON Dorothy has been wlth us a long t1me and we thlnk a lot of her She IS very qulet and says the wrong thmg GEORGE CADY When softball season comes around we are very much aware of hlm but as a matter of fact we are aware of hlm most of the t1me and we pre dlct he w1ll make h1s mark MARTHA EARL Llkeable IS Martha wlth hel cute smlle and pleasxng person ahty She Jomed us when she was a freshman and smce then has made many frlends ROY LEE ASHCRAFT We shall remember Roy for hls memorable performance IH One W1ld Nxght It was real ly a klller d1ller HIS pep and galety wlll be missed by all CATHERINE BLACK Catherme IS one swell glrl wlth a smlle for everyone She Jomed us our Jumor year She s proved to be efflclent of f1ce help and class secretary IUNIOR CONSTANTZ Thxs year Butch became the man of the hour belng elected presldent of the student body Also he has been our prlde on the basketball court We hate to see h1m go Cespeclally M RJ MARY OPAL EARL The class beauty has llved up to her name by belng elect ed queen of the I-Iallou een Carmval thls year She has many frlends and seems to get around or so they tell me HUGH BARRETT Blond Hugh came 1n l1ke a cyclone our Jumor year and took us by surprlse Hes vlce president of our student body and IS really lots of fun and a track star too' HELEN BROWN Frlendly and gay IS Helen She has been Wlth us a long t1me and has many lnterests dlct she w1ll land her CLanderl self a good place 1n the world LEROY CRIGLER Hardworklng and depend able IS Leroy Maybe It lS be cause of h1s offlce trammg He has many frlends and we hate to see hxm leave GEORGIAN NA HAGER Georgle xs a lxthe BCLIVG gal Shes mtelllgent and has been one grand addltlon to our class for the last four ycars Georgle won a Scholastn art DTIZG 1n St Louls C355 O O O I 1 1 ' , N . . H - , . K y . - .Q - - l ss ' - .vv - ' . L' X , , . . . l . 1- . X 1 . I . Y . ' . , . L . ' serene, so naturally she never w1th a 39 class pm already. both ln school and out. We pre- H l I Q H 1 n' ' 1 ' l ' ' l . T X N . . Q . . , . . ' e ' ' . , ' l ' q I l X Y X . l . N. . . . 4 C 5' SENIOR CLASS NANCY HAMMOND Nancy lS a tall dark halred glrl A true scholar shes the answer to a teachers prayex and a really mee person to know She was the schools representatlve to the D A R good cltxzenshxp contest RICHARD KENEPP Rlchard IS a charter member of the class havmg gone the whole twelve years w1th us Hls frxends are many and he should have no trouble ln mak 1ng a place for hxmself HAROLD LLOYD Jolly Harold has a famous name but IS not nearly so bo1s terous as hxs namesake Harold IS qulet frlendly and well llked VINCENT MANION Urxley was elected th1s yclr as our class presxdent He has done very well and who knows maybe hell become Presldent of our country CThat IS lf he can outlxve Roosevelt? None of us wxll forget hlS ex cellent readmgs For amuse ment he goes to Boonvllle C36 ELBERT HICKMAN Blond curly haxr good look mg and a swell smgmg vo1ce What more could one ask for? Elbert has been Wlth us quxte some tlme now and we all shall mlss hlm CARL KILGORE Carl lS one of the athletlc boys of our group We are pos1 LIVC of that durmg softball sea son and he has also had hxs flmg at basketball Fun lovmg IS Carl and he seems to get around m that Model A BILLIE LOCKRIDGE B1ll1e IS one smooth glrl Llvely frlendly and a d1VlIl6 dancer are only a few adjec LIVES whlch descrlbe her We hear shes going to be a secre tary lucky boss' DEAN MCKAIG Dean IS one all around swell person w1th numerous frlends He IS hard workmg and de pendable and has a smile for it all Sure and hes Irxsh as Paddys pxg IOHNNY HYATT Chuck IS a real basketball star four strlpesl Hls red halr IS a symbol of a good sport ex cellent fountain clerk smooth dancer and all around keen fellow I OHNNY BOB LESSLEY Johnny Bob lS another om of our charter members and has made qulte a record for h1mself Its rumored that he lS headed for CdllfOI'I1l8 to see lf all they say about lt lS true Good luck Johnny' HENRY MALLINCKRODT Henrys the strong slle nt type whose slow smile ln trlgues us He seems shy but he has a world of frxends and lb the prcsldent of the FFA ERNEST McMILLAN Thxs year Creed has been our prlde and Joy on the bas ketball court because when lt comes to makmg baskets there IS no stoppmg hlm In fact he was elected one of the co cap talns of the team He has many frlends and we ll all mass hlm ' - 1 any . , ws 6 ' ' ' : Q " , 'f e v , I v A 'I I , V - ' 4 I , ' - ' We . , , fr- A I . ., , A , ' 1 - ' I I - - . . 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LJ W! 4 SENIOR CLASS - WMM f IIMMY MITCHELL Dago has been our man We w1ll remember hxs laugh h1s golf playlng and oh yes hls pmball abxllty HIS frxends are numerous HOWARD RAY Howard w1ll be a famous de tectlve I betcha' He and Wayne are as true pals as you wxll flnd Howard has scores of lrxends ID F H S MARIORIE SMITH Marjorxe IS a very mdustrl ous and llvely person W have all read and emoyed her poet ry and we wlsh her the great est of success WILMOTH ANN THURMAN Ann IS a small qulet glrl who has endeared herself to us durlng all these years we ve known her It would take a book to 11st all her frxends CURTIS OWEN Curtls lS a tall dark boy Y terests Hes one of a famous semor threesome We ve grown to thmk a lot of Curtxs PATSY SCHNELL They say beauty and brams dont mxx but not so w1th Pat sy Th1s year she was not only crowned Homecommg Queen but also edlted ye ole year book These are only two ex amples of accomphshments She has many frlends but who wouldnt wlth her personal1ty" DONALD SPRY Wawyer has been w1th us twelve years and th1s year achleved much glory for h1m self on the basketball court Lxkeable IS Donald and lets not forget h1s debatmg ab1l1ty I IMMIE ANN WILLIAMS Jlmmxe IS a hard workm gal who IS bound to go places Her trademark IS a frlendly smlle and an mevxtable glggle Here s wxshmg her success WAYNE PHILLIPS Turkey IS one of our vet t1f1cally mlnded and astounds us w1th hls bxg words bemg such a llttle fellow IAMIE SIMPSON Thls year Jamxe fxmshed a well rounded high school car eer by becommg the very cap able edxtor ln chlef of Vox Fal conls Th1s IS only one of her many achxevements as bemg a really swell person and w dont mean perhaps' KENNETH STREET Kenny wxll be remembered by all for hns brlght remarks xn class and out He s one of the taller boys of our class and nat urally we all have to look up to h1m Oh yes don t forget hls basketball and baseball WILMA LEE WRIGHT Peppy Wllma Lee IS one of those lusclous blondes' They say gentlemen prefer blondes at least Munn does we re sure Here s a toast to her success Q39 I I I my " 1 r . 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D Q - . . . , , -1 . - . - - . 1 , ' 7 0 0 CALENDAR 0 0 SEPTEMBEI' 2 The doors of dear old F H S swung wide herildlng the start of another school year 16 17 Rides on the ferns wheel and free picture shows remind us all of the Fall Festival and the two afternoons we got out of school for It 26 Posters and campaign speeches hailed the election of student body officers more power to them 26 27 The Falcons began their sports season by winning the sub regional base b ill tourney held at the park yes I said biseball OCTOBER 7 After a ride of some 180 odd miles in a crowded bus the baseball team trled their best but were defeated in the Green City regional 27 Anchors Aweigh as the student council presented their assembly in ob se rvance of Navy Day 30 In spite of a drenchmg rain the Juniors sponsored a successful Hallowe en NOVEMBER 7 Our social season began with a bang remember the Sadie Hawkins d1nce" 11 Armistice Day and we assembled in study hall to hear President Roosevelt 17 And now basketball' The Falcons and Wrens began their season by win ning 1 double header from Harrisburg The Senior High boys won 29 to 15 the Jun xor High 23 20 20 Turkey and spice and everything UICC plus a holiday from school 26 Hopefully we followed the Falcon to the Glasgow tournament to see them beat Brunswick 30 to 10 in the first game 27 Thursday night we smashed Wright City 44 to 27 29 Glasgovi again and what a day' We came out victorious over Gilliam 25 to 22 in the semi finals only to have Glasgow keep us from winning the first place by three points Suffering our first defeat we came home determined to put Glasgow on the bottom side of the score 24 to 27 or die trying CSee Dec 191 i387 L . .1 I X' ' .. 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""'1"w-,N T' 4 "' A CALENDAR fContmuedl DECEMBER 7 War lb dtclartd' Tht Falcons chalked up another vlctory by dowmng Sallsbury 26 to 17 Tht Wltns howtver had tough luck and journeyed to Harrlsburg only to lost 18 to 25 Wt scalptd tht Huntsvllle Indlans by a score of 39 to 27 Thls t1mt tht Falcons out shot Unlverslty Hlgh 38 to 30 and tht Wrt ns madt It 1 doublt vlctory by smashlng thelr Junlor Hlgh team 34 9 19 What a day' This afternoon wt got out of school for tht Xmas dulatlon and tomght tht Falcons soartd to the top by turnlng tht tablts on G1 tsgow Thus tlmt wt camt out on top of a scort of 27 to 24 yes rtvtnge lb swett Tht Wrt ns lost 19 14 JANUARY 5 In splte of Xmas and Ntw Ytars h xngovers and sub ztro vut xthtr most ot us managtd to gtt back to school agaln 9 Yts back ln tht groovt agaln as tht Falcons downed HUHISVIIIL 30 to 5 13 Unlverslty Hlgh took anothtr double whlppmg as tht Falcons nostd thtm out by 1 score of I9 to 17 the Wrens 17 12 16 Tht BOOUVIIIP Plratts fell It the hands of tht Falcons 45 to 26 md tht Wrtns camt from behlnd to Wm by a scort of 21 18 20 Thls IS gtttlng to be a hablt Fayette 55 Brunswlck 30 23 But what a nlct habit' Glasgows days of vlctory art over now for su1t Although our Jumor Hlgh boy lost 22 8 tht Semor High ttam madt up for xt Tht set rt 15 to 10 29 Our flghtlflg Falcons took a short tr1p to Fulton to tht btskttball tour namtnt In tht flrst game wlth Cuba wt downtd thtm 37 to 23 30 Fulton ftll at tht hand of th Falcon 30 to 23 31 Even though we wtre dxsappomted when Owtnsvtlle outscortd tht boys 21 FEBRUARY 6 Whlle the Senlor Hlgh ttam wtnt to Ktytesvlllt and skunktd tht m out 54 to 16 tht Junlor Hlgh boys wt re hosts to elght Junlor Hlgh teams mn a tournt y ht rt In tht 1r flrst gamt the Wrtns sunk Jeff Jumor Hlgh 9 to 7 7 In thelr second game New Franklm was dtitated 23 to 13 and tht Wrens wt nt to the fmals and agalnst great odds they came Wlllllll ont pomt of dtft atlng Mobtrly Howtvtr tht scort of 14 to 15 gave them the runt er up trophy 8 Some brlght person movtd tht clock up an hour last nlght md we groptd to school ln the dark th1s mornlng 10-Boonvxlle fell agam 36 to 20 but the Wrt ns lost 30 15 12 We followed tht boys to Marshall and saw them outscore Knobnosttrs ftst llttlt team 35 to 33 ln the fxrst game of the MISSKTUTI Vallty V Club tourn lment 13 Evtn on Frlday the 13th the team whlpped Odessa 41 to 22 14-Success at last' In the seml fmals of tht V tourney our boys romptd ovtx Ltxmgton 30 to 14 and ln the finals they came through with tht flrst pl tee mt dal by deftatmg Marshall 28 to 21 Whoopet' 16 Whats th1s sabotage? No one of the CIIV lxght lmes broke and wt txpt r1 tnctd our first blackout Fun wasnt 1t" 17 The Home Ec glrls presented thexr assen bly program md gavt us a ltsson on nutrltlon The Falcons came back from Sahsbuly vxctortous by a score of 44 to 21 20 Thls year homecom1ng meant whlppmg Ktytesvllle 63 to 13 crowmng Patsy Schnell and Vlncent MHHIOH as homecommg royalty and f1n1sh1ng off a grand evtn 1n wlth 1 lxttle b1t of rug cuttm 24-We starttd off ln the reglonal tourney at Centralla by s1nk1ng Gtlham 28 20 26 It s Palmyra who suffered th1s t1mt as tht Falcons outplayed them 35 to 24 27 Louxslana 31 Fayette 30 Yt s that s rlght we mlssed by just one pomt 28 Ntvertheless we got Glasgow s number and won thlrd plaet ln tht rtglon nl bv 1 scort of 23 to 19 Q40 .' X x . 10- 1 ' ' ' ' , 2 1, . ,A ' -, ,B 12- 1 1 . - ' , 16- '- ' 1 1 1 , ' ' ' . . , 1 5 T 1 1 D ' , , 1 1 1. ' . 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CALENDAR ICon!muedl MARCH 4 The 8th graders strutted thelr stuff and presented an assembly program 5 A glorxous basketball season ended as the Falcons trlumphed over Brunswlck 49 to 27 In the Jumor H1gh battle the Wrens noscd out the Panthers by a 24 22 score On the11 trlp to New Franklln the Wrens trailed the Bulldogs 26 13 As quarter exams were fmlshed we began the last lap of the school year The Juniors entertalned w1th a r1p roarmg assembly that kept us rollmg IH the nsles Wh1te represents champ1ons and how well those seven boys deserved thexr whlte swe 'iters and letters for thelr conference record was perfect and they suffered only three defe Its durmg the entlre season Hats off to them' APRIL 1 The ole school blllldlllg burned to the ground Aprll fool' 3 Mustard plckles buns mlrshmallows and oh yes welnersl Thus the Senlor class p1cn1c IS de scrlbed 9 All of us were proud when the Junlor Hlgh boys recelved thelr letters Here s to theu flne se 1son' 17 Th1S tlme xt was the Freshman class that furmshed us vwlth an excellent as sembly program 23 All admners of good muslc enjoyed the prlng muslc program 29 We nexel IL lllZLd the talent of the 7th g lde untll they gave thelr assembly progrun' MAY 1 A ne xx feature w IS added when the Junlors sponsored a box supper 12 Laughs galore as the Se nxors took the bow ln thexr play One Wxld Nlght 14 The South Amerle nn Way w1ll llWlYSI1lT11Ud us of the Junlor Se mor bm quet md prom 17 The be glnlllflg of the end begm Vlflth the baccalaureate SLIVILL 22 Gobs oi food lo xds of tun md dlplom s marked the end of 1 wonde rful school ye mr Adlos Untll We Meet Agalll C4 T ' H ' W N. 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ANNUAL STAFF o Q Q MISS Blxnkcnbuktr Csponsorb Johnny Hyatt Lcvvxs Allan Patsy Schmll Dorothy Jn ln Buxton Mnth1Rogtrs Don'1ld Spty Mr Clllock tsponsort C ulos Mcnullough The Noclaf Stall has functlonel acttvely thts year to produce thls back for the enttre student body Wh1le the staff has done the most of th work and assembled the materlal 1t has only been through the cooperatlon of the entlre student boay that we have been able to put tt out The blgger and b tter an nual has been producea w1th the help ot our able and nreless sponsors Mr Brll Gllloclc and M143 Blanlcenbalcer Martha Rogers handled the buslness end of our annual and chased madly over town ln pursult of ads and the all 1mportant money for them Our clever d1v1s1on sheets were the braln ch1ldren of LQWIS Allen Cur photographer Carlos McCullough not only caught the actlons of the student boay for permanence but was drafted by us to wr1te many artrcles We watched ed1tor1n clnef Patsy Schnell grow gray and absent mxndecl as the days passed unt1l the annual was sent to press BGS1d9S the persons mentxonecl above the debate edltor Donald Spry sports edltor lohnny Hyatt ITIUSIC ed1tor Dorothy Burton and asststant bus1 ness manager lumor Constantz deserve more than a word of pratse 44 . . , 'Q ' . z ' z N . 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