Fayetteville High School - Amethyst Yearbook (Fayetteville, AR)

 - Class of 1950

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X X ZX ws- Qfie Hmefiysf F AYETTEVILLE HIGH SCIIOOL 1900 X x Eb? ' ' ' SS '- - 1 xl J , K , px x fs 4 ,fe-', ,... 'Y 1 ff W Q . Dear joe, It doesn t seem posszble, but at last, after four long years, the Class of 1950 ll'l4 Iudmg me, thank heavens, 15 a thmg of the past as far as FHS IS concerned. On ,Tum 1, we all .grossed our fmgers and prayed that we wouldn t fall flat on our faces when we walked arross the stage to get that elusxve diploma At Banca l aureatc Sunday the arr was tense, because we had vrsxons of fatal flnals yet to In taken Iburely, we rouldn t flunk nowll I was glad to see that everybody was I1 xc k at wr xduatxon I ookxng, back I rcmunber that we seniors spent the flrst week of school tins wc rr nur-slug an xnlcrrorrtw complex We were sure zn the mmorxty. They put us m Lirrr-r hom: rooms and tue the freshmen slx Ifxeld Wasson was ele ted presxdent of the class Br-tty George, use-presldent, Donna Coleman, secretary, and Paul Orndoff, treasurer jumor executnes were Don Plullrps ,Ir McChrxstran, Mildred Shaffer, and Ile-rry btewart I thrnl-. ewerv vrrl rn the senlor class trled out for the semor play. That was rob.-rli because 'Ir Gwaltney was drreotmg the productlon. I tried out, and asl rstener to myself read, I knew I nad made lt I got a part, and on the hlg mgfitl strrted gettruv the shakes When xt was all over, I was stlll trembling but 'VII' bwaltne s told me l had pulled the Curtam at exactly the rrght ume Ihr Iunmr Sc mor Bam uet and Danee was held on May 23 at the bark Bowl. llu food was prrttw good, Guess, but I was so busy tr ing not to slop m Salad that l lost my appeutf I sure do wrsh the brrls would earn to dBl'1CE xft ey are gmng to come to these rffurs lwery gurl I danced wxth walked all over mv feet I m sull stratchmg the clngger bxtes I got out at Veedmgton on the Junior Semor pm nu. We drd luxe 1 good mme, and there was plenty of foodl That was lurk for me bccausc when fwrvone started eatxng, our boat was way overhy tue am bxrls iren t xery good at rovwrug, erther, so lt took us half an hour to get back to ilu dopk 'Next tune I m golng to take my motor If you can tlunk of any remedy for chxgver bites, please let me know. 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Well, who vuul-I llifrm- imporlnnl peoplr' lsr- but our be-lnvwl firrl z1nd'1lli yvar llm plmlugrziplwr was lurking uvzar. fill Ilinnu null Jriuvll fill llliar wi- would srlmlars fl HSP !l.l' lf'rm lousirlyl, ill Shaffer lmvluws Carry oul f'lPCli0n pro- ncwurriplisll il wi- work:-fl likr' llus :ill lliv limi-l flfll Nu 1-xrusvs for this sllol - misc-s - inf water, ll! .5 xzvullvmcn and :Q vomit hunky LSP l'aul and friendsgK4J jus! inlurmzil KSU NI:ir5's: rwprsfssimi iq mils-cfi r.irr'. U57 Noi aff:-cle-d by C:m'l you hr-ar llxal yell7 lcv? 'l'lml's Lynn beliinrl the solemn Cullnlfrnancvg Q61 ramvrzi, N07 llbl IHS Norman and johnny! l.lTl liuml Ioukinpi gals - a sample! Un wonder liuw far up s,liP iQ? C71 A fascinating lmrmk, I lake ily ISSJ Words are 4ZBJan1i U93 Xml sums' murc- ul' llm sum:-. UU? Howdy, Slranszfwrl fill Lnoks :as inzvlvqualc- lu1ieSr'rll1f-HuSiP'Slexpr1t5siOn, UD anrl 1103 No! came-ra shy, are il' lit- wants un um Aman. fill X uu'rP rlulxl - illi .l02v'l" Nell. l-3.53 .Xml Frances llif--,7 11.11 And nvitleer arf' lhesc. 11125 Hobbit jean H31 ,lusl5opl1olnures. and lluulah lfnyv. lil! Harlmrn cuts a caper. C353 David and Iwo friends. 136, llll Shirlrfs really lvlling lhern. ll5l Of Course, you rvcugnizn, Joyce. U67 liuvhln-sl C373 Un lop? LSU! I:un'l hz- up:-rl - llxiw IWW is lluwr-ll. U97 Con- Elainf' llnlxlmg llml poqcx fl'Tl Some mc!! uf Jislinctlunl lllil 'Xml lvvrirox' linSinl1 - Nuff Saul. Hliewvi. UQ! Can'l you fvr-l that March wimi'7 C207 lie-tty ju and Lirvzrln-in km-ii. 1' , 95 9 1 , 1 U y sf , 1 5' V A7 v 'I xki A QI 's , gif .,..- , 1 , ...--..... ,- ML .,, 'A 3, "L, 1: W o Shi! N1 'al ll lp .Q -sf!-,Nfl Q , 1 if' I' 'Ii' C ,fr-, gg, xi-'ggi fs.-11 : irq P - , P 1 1- ff' "1 1 Q- -'ld . -v. -' v . fc... , ROR UNH: llerscllcl Hollins, l,u,loyce llxtriclt, l'txuliuc Pas- 'I llumug, .ltmgl lxdllgvr, llimmy llull, .ltfdngttfg lQ.mn.ulg1y, chal, llcltyc .Iune Uuvis, llurry llumilton, llc-llill llurris, l,col.1 lilllx 'lllllllflfz Xlury flumble, ,lnlxu NluQ1urs'n, l,.mrcncv lirmvn, Pool, llnrollxy l:Ol'ldl'll'ld1'l,xXlllii!IT1 Xlyers. Alucl liunrlx, llussull llcCunnell, ,lurucs llunt, llilxc Sturr, .lo- HOW rl WU: J. C. Norris, 'lrxmmy Stout, Peggy Sebourn, Jeanette sfzph Conltlirnglrwlxfl orumy l,aml, Curtis llriclaurd, ,limmy Stubblc- liicllarxlson, l':l'T1l'!lkl Nluc Skelton, Lena llurbison, Florence ficlwl, lictty .Nun llolmlen. liflll ONII: llobc-rt.x l.1fu llillitxms, llurlmru Xnu flrulluy, Nl- ,Xnn Wllitficlfl, llonnu ,lo Greer, Hubby Pours, lxcnnctll Crudup flcnu ,luuu:srun, llubu NlcNcul, Peggy lirmmks, l.yncll Smith, ,luyCIl1umllcr. julian Charles Stew-nrt, Yirginiu Ncwtun, llclly l,inn, llilflu llflll 'I'llIiI'Il'1: lliunnu Palmer, Hayle jones, james 4lUllIl5l,0l'l llcster, Norma Swillurs. ll lmcollurc llzvnsham, .luck lXl1SIllJlll"H, Xlux lyowcrs, llill Cunning- ROR lllfl: lxcnneth liuylcy, Sylvian Xun1lcrslit'c,Nut.nli0 Iluyes, lmm, lluglx lxincui-l, Louise Xluclt, llilwlrutl liulmrlruul, Xluxinc Nlary ICIL1 lloflges, Yuncy llcufl, liurbaru llurson, Suu llichie, l,ierly, Xlilflrccl liailfry. l mis., ' "f 2. 6 1 5 v .J 2425-i.l"'3: .1' - 511 1 'ff' "f' .Tdp N 'un Q' av' F1-I-'I l's fi, .0 -.ff QA, .' 1 . A 2 ' FM gif: Wk ,. J xE' V "E 't'. A A . G ,gg 2 'Q ' P v t ' F ' 1 , 'K f g s x Q.. .- 'f TE' 1 Q' :gf an f45S Q1 f -I wg f' F 2? UM I g C' Q . - ' ' .x . A J-5 '-' X ' TT, . . ,lf Q 'Nad .' f J 4- 53' J Ax Y 5 I V.. I as 5' Tuff lvl A x X is Fw LW' ala- 'B 4-' - ,QA '554 ". rf 'Q aj , Q: ,., A 'Eli l, lu 1 if 1 Q- ' J.. . X- - , . A I' 1, 1 -' fi Wmh X .. Q i x ' I .wiv ,1 -4 f vi i the ,.4J...... 'N-. lf. - mv-ffw.-1-1 nn-Nun-m .' le .- - ' is ' yi P J ,f , . . liemvrmbffr wlmn you wr-rf' a--uh--well--parclon tht' Pxprvssiun, unvlvr- Casual. llfll :mul ljl Out to get together--what do you say? 1161 Thr: r-yus classman-4wrfrv you this f'nerLgf3tir:'? Not me! linvr- itf 1173 Well is it funny or iSu't it girls? 1181 More FHS femininity. llig this active aggregation and you'll Ser' what l mean. 1ll Spf-ak a litllc Aull mort' 'lffll"i1l9fl'tll5- 4203 Was it really that way, jimmy? 1. louder girls,cu1'thear. 121 Unit-numlmfrrr-fl! 1137 l'laiting7 KU 1101111 old fash- gals T 1,1119 ,lulinniv and Narlinc Strike an athletic pose. 1233 Wplll ionf-vl larnin. 153 lt can't be true girls! 169 Say Julian arv you swoonin? 1Tl 1213 Sylvia face-S Ihr' rarnrzra whilr' "l"ahminer" Johnson Pntcrtains the gals 'vlrrfvv got good-lookin' babes-Pli-tliat is women tor: you know. CBJ She whzitl 1259 Cuwtin,-3 their ahsfzntve' ballots are llelen lilam, Robert Thompson, Uarhar mean? UU llnrnren aren't the only ones wha gal: a lol. 1lUl Slmulfs the narnnl jullvistin, lloualrl Su-using, jimmy Bullock and Carol Stensing. 1263 llurrali Y helif-ve. 1lll ,-Ui'-fthe noon day sun. 1127 What vanity thou hast female! ll3l 1-7! Think what this movr- coulfl mr-nn. ,iff N " N. Ihit chlg er bite Ive been telling Von about lb sobadl m almostafrald I ll h ive to haue my foot amputated It has swollen mto a huge lump and I have to hop xround on mv heel lhe doc says ll s getting better but I thmk he s just encour aglng me bmce you want to know about sports down here I Il just tell you all about xt In the stnflmg heat of August Coach Xandergrxff and the boys began wor mg out for .1 rugged se ison wlth flve of last yexr s starters reportmg for practice lulsa ll1ll lnogers lulsa Daniel Webster loplm and bprlngfleld were on the ten game schedule Xlthough thc new coach ind young mexperlenced boys won only two games and tled one fI'ortSm1th by the wayl bayettevllle played outstanding games and grew ln strength as the season advanced lhere was a llttle trouble fmdmg a quarter back Bob Pearson ,loe Lohea llon Phxlllps and Bull lnrooks all tried for the post I fonnl my positron easxly I was water boy Don t laugh lt was very lm portant and dangerous Often I just missed getting hn by some blg brulser nfl was slow gettmg off the fleld One senxor lettcrmin from last years championship team returned to the hardwood thls season 'lhe boys were at a dlstmct hexghth dnsadvanta e wlth almost every team thev plaverl llagxclan C lenn Stokenberry pulled them t ough to a Il Il record the wms came last In the rllstrnct tournament Fayettevllle s lmulldogs lost to Sprmgdfile s 79 28 ln the heart breaklng sem: fmal game Xgaxn I made sports hlstory by supplymg clean white towels for our ener getlc cagers at tlme outs bans were certamly faxthful to the teim Iloot Cym was usually stuffed to bustm the games were come early to get a seat affaxrs At the Colors Day game everyone was so exclted and so nolsy that the walls seemed to quake Xt our last d strlct tourney game even one of our graduated cheerleaders helped lefil the crowd 1n ground shiklng yells And speaking of the toumament we were proud of forward Pat Steele who was on the all tournament team lou may not beheve lt but I kept trymg and Coach X mdergrlff let me run the low hurdles ln 1 track meet I almost suspect hmm of domg that just to get rld of me, because I left an unbroken path of fallen hurdles behmd me 4, , 'gl 4. 04, -V rf l i - . 1 . . 9 . .,. . 1 Ig , I ' A ' - Z ' ' t c . , I V- . , . . , . 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H'F"""' Simmons, RG Brooks, Wasson, C Powers, I Il McQueen, LC Clark, lfl 5'-CC!C, l"li uugvs, Ll Parker, LIC lirown, lil CAI"I'AlNS 1950 CAIYIAINS I0-10 D. Phillips, Oli Hay, III' Pmll, ING lmeehle-y, RT 44 i,'I'i2Q' Q9 v JERRY HALL PAT STI-LELK ROBERT lLI,DlQR'I'ON l"uyf-ttflvillv lfayottevillc lfayvtteville l"uyettc-villv Fayetteville' l"ziyc'tlPvillf' Faye-ttvvillc lfziyvttovillf' l"uvf'tt1-villv l"ayf't!evillc lfayt-ttewillv 36 '78 22 .H '38 '30 '56 'lf 'ill JOE CIUHLA U 30 5Clll,lJll,l. -l-O ' l'ulsu Clvntrzil Tulsa Will Rogers Nlu:-ako 'ec S aringhc-lrl .Agfllil llzirrison Van lgl1I'l'Il Siloam S mrings llvntonvilllf' xllISlK0gl'l? llogf-rs: IS TEAM 333 .. 4 Z9 30 50 -1-2 36 2 4 i4 28 12 n 11 1. 7 i Cll',Cll. PAR ROW ONE: jerry Walker, Student Nlanagerg Bob lloskins, Hass Trumbo, Bill Parkfr I Mcflristiuii, Ray Barnes. ROW TWU: ,Ioe Holt, Bill Cunningham, Nlax Powers, Bobby Pearson, Loren Phillips. w K, ,i. .Q xxx' ij XJ 'x ' N . i 5 5 I DUN l'llll.l,ll'5 lxlzX'Nl'.'l'll lilltlnll lil SSl',l,l. Nlc'ClUNNlQl,l, l' aye-ttevillv lf nw-ttex illi- l l 'ayetteville avettevllle l' ziyettevillc Fayetteville l' uyettevillv P. F F ugpucviug aye-tteville ayettevil le Ifaycwttfwille- T31 Tulsa ill-ntriil l-.3 lforl Smitli ll! Siloam Spriiius Ill! Springfield 13 l'iort Smith 40 Springdale -l-li llllllsa Will lloge I-U llulitsvillr' District 'l'ournumc-nt l-A1 Rogers -12 Derryville 28 Springdale JLNKNRTEAM SU lu 12 li W il rs el. ZW 31- 31 28 129 ROW ONE: Ronald Morris, Larry Head, Sidney Miller, Buddy Richie, Joe Dearing, Student Mgr. HOW TWO: Alan Adams, Dick Smith, Alfred Taylor, Claude Carroll, john Kelley. ROW THREE: Bill Breazeale, Johnny Miller, Duane Terry, Norma Powers, Stanley Williams, Benny Winborn, Coach. h . . , , , ia 'lf n "' 'J ee rv 38 "OO I 11 .,, i JIM BRADT DAVID LASHLEY .., A 5 'NH S15 Q Q 1 -, ,A J Q .0 Y--1,1 s-K ' ' 1.. 'I fl. Y ' 513. 'Q i , , Q '-if 1 is 5' 4 , , ,uv Y .Q-1 I li". ,Y Haw I " ' " Ityxm' I 1' - X 1' fn' 5 ll .N -n-' 1 .L Y 8 I - . , 1' - ,., -28 .A . .acLh...f - In ff: " , ""F9' v.,. 15 : 1 . . . in slurt off t.flI,0IiS DAX thc 26 Club sulil purple- .xml nhitf- but- tons. Uuring the pre-celebration week home rooms riccorutcil their -irmrr. fur the- unite-st. lh-cnrutions put up by rmmrns ll and 'XO .ire piclurr-tl .ab-wc. X musing pf-It cnnovaitinn fc-aturing fumicr It H5 chf-crlvmicrrs begun tht- vxcilelnxtnt. Peppers hclri thvir unnutii spaghetti supper in nhl- c.xfctL'riu and put nn ai lively hillbilly show. Buszmnuh Hz1ntiy,f.nr- inuc 5l!TIliH'HS, Ifiziim- fianipiwli. uml Doris lxinufr flu "X, irnfri- .1 Uupcj tml" in tht- picture just to the right. Ilvlmx Xlury l.izlQ.1rnhli-, .Ii-.in -Xnn Htitwurt, ami Shirley Scbnurn 'iSingH in their msn sps-Citii Ntylc. ,line-refs f.u.icli crowning Queen Kuyc 'I hnrupsim in the mimi:-r lvft picture. lu thu buttom right is Kaye ntiiting for her spaghetti. 'i he big picturo on thc' right is lxuyc in her royal ruimcznt. i'uyctt0viilc'N llliiiclugs liuught with Springdale ln lin' CiilHilX of fiulors Huy - ai 10-ll victory fur iuyettcviilc-. 3 1 Y y x 74 l I x I 'lgzlzn Q9 ll -I U. M3- hX. Mi' g ,- v --,P4 V- . , -4 K af. b- Q 4-. - ' -- -ef - fra. - . - -l'L -ij " " ,C ', if 2' 'L IV 1 . 2, 'fi .3 A yi:-in 'if .5 . . ,fs ,lx , Z ,iv , ,S ,, M, Si . 'W J' 4 .-'Q , Nw K 8 1 M", "g,'5gflfl ' I1 A PQI f 'Unk l ,HQ 1 X Au il ,I ll ,Q 7? A WR .jj- 1 O TIES A I 1 :sa 2 :.:.j,j I 3 I EDFIL 1 f IN r YUURFUTURE -N "YQ-wpglf' " W1 1' -' f sit-WWQV 'LXQL , i - .W 1 ,...-1'-1-nngni.. vlliui - , .4 2... Q dl, I ,g Q af 9 Q i . l F-,'.,..a'- J! , I went to see the doc today about that everlastmg blte We II mean hel got to talkm about hrs nephew who was presxdent of the Student Lounell back ln the forties. I tol htm hrs nephew must have been a fme boy but that I wasn t born that ty pe I' yer slnce my freshman days I ve trxed to get unto some organxzatron, I don t seem to have tx hat ll takes. The student LOURCII IS supposed to be the king of all organxzatlons, I ve been here four years and haven t made xt yet I m told lt s neeessary to persuade your home room that you re a pretty good Ind to assure electlon Wonder how long that takes? II' xcuse me whxle I scratoh my b1te.l Ihe National llonor Society must be a group of good Joes I got my yearbook for only one greenback thanks to thexr Yearbook Benefxt All that s requtred to be tn the Dlee club IS to take mustc One doesn t even have to carry a tune I know, I took xt By the way have Itold you I dropped that course? The band works too hard for me, today I heard that the members hate uvtn over It-U hours of SCFVICB to the school thxs year Never have Joxned the Ieen Ape Iiook Club, they sax they want therr members to read tntell c tual Grants. Don t thmlt I r-an ever measurc up to thelr standards lhen there ts a group of organmattons who do nothmg., but COI'llI'lllUlS pure, unseIf1sh servlce to therr alma mater I alvt tys thought I would get ln one, because I really love these ny cow:-red walls, and I wanted to do somethmg for them I started 1I'lf1llII'1II,fl a round and found out that a speed of I-u w p m IQ prerequxslte to yoxnmv tv mg SCTVICGQ What do they expert? I took It a whole tear and was proud of my record of 8 'Ihose gxrls land one bo I who work ln the ofllce are yersatrle bralns I went m there once to try to get out o detentxon, and whxle I was wx illlllg the 1 1rI II almost didn t nottce her abllxttes, she was so charmmgl eounted, rolled, md adde that money Ixke a regxstered public accountant I' mally I decxded that Fdl'5lIlg the flag was the ob for me, but I was doomed for drs appomtment lhe same two bovs have monopollze that job for two years. t I I ... . . . . , . . . . . 7 . Y' . Q , ' Q' . , . , v , . . . . 1 , 1 . , . . . 1 . . D , . , ' ' . 7 " ' , . , , . 1 , -' 1 . ' 1 , I X 1 . , . , . 1 V. E . K, . . y . I , I , . . . . , , t ' H 1 A O 1 ' . . . . . , Y - . I . . . v . . , , A' , f' t . E .. '. I Af' Y . . V J ,. 71 i 1 U I, 4, v . --G FET ' I I I ' A , . .', 1 l . .'. - cv ,. .4 . ' . Y . , ' .a 'll' ' ' Q, . V' ", "'- '. ' . ' ,. Q ." I l - 4 V lr- . ' .-. . - . . N TI' V. . . . - . , C . ' ,,, . ' ,l' '.' I' ' u 1 , . Y Y U . . Y . . Q. r . 1 A I 5 'K Y A ,S .'.' , . 2 All . ' . 1' ' .' ' , . ... ' X ' - . ft . . . -7. , if .' on S t ' an "', ' . . 4 ,. L V The S'l'UDl'lN'l' COUNCIL has had one of its busiest seasons this term due to the fact that our council was president of the AASC and planned the program for that meeting held April 13-13 in Magnolia at which David Lashley presided. ,lean Ann ,Ioiner ave a speech at the convention on the theme "We Practice Democrac ". When Michael Hiea, a member of the SC. became a victim of polio: students contributed 3104.92 to the Mike Rhea Polio Fund which was given to the Infantile Paralysis Association to commemorate his death. Carolyn Hhodes, Secretary of the SC, received the state DAH award this year bhe was glven a S100 bond and a tri to Texarkana. On March 14, the Student Councils' of Athletic District 1 rnet at FHS ans organized the District One Association of Student' Councils. Councils in this district have great hopes for this association. The fall Council is shown in the top picture. From left to right on the front row is M D t if , . ax Yan , ,lean Ann Joiner, Carolyn Dunlavy L'.,M'hll .' ' ' ' ois itc e , Dewitt llarris, and Clyde Meat e. becond row- Barbara Wester Hobby Pearson, Bill Cunninvham, Jimmy Blair, Lois Tackett, and Betty ,Io Melton. Third row: Georve Porter, Arlis Parish, joe Fred Starr, Jerry Harrod, and Don Phillips. At the left is Millie Rhea. At the right is our sponsor, Mrs. C. C. Ellis, Our officers, shown on the anel page of this section, are David Lashley, Mildred Shaffer, Carolyn lihodes, Paul gmith, and Pat Danner. In the bottom picture on the front row is Mar aret Brooks Mar'- i g' A , i 1 lee Cate, Merna Robertson, Barbara Wester, Mar aret lludgens, and Marlene Combs. Second row: llelen Sandlin, Velma Edwards, Betty inn johnson, Bill Cunningham James Hunt, and joe Fred Starr. Back row: Jane Pearson, Gordon Wilkins, Billy Parker, and Geneva Baker. -0' ' i" WX '4 Pictured above are members of the Play Uav committee This new roject of NHS was held on May 12 at Hamion Field. Alilstudents, divided into H urple" and "white" tearns,pz-lrticipated in the field day oi, sports. Competition was keen as sides vied for the honor of having lilell' pen- flown beneath the school flag. A Womanless Wedding was staged by NHS for the yearbook benefit on October 25. On the ri ht is Dumbo, who a peared in the S. C. Circus. NHS agiso o erates the Book Exchange and sponsors the Randall Osiiaurn and the Amethyst Service Awards on llonors Day. . . . . . 'ivilff Members of the NA'i'lUNAl, HONOR SOCIETY had no trouble keeping busy this year. As president school of the state NIT5 organization the Socratic Chapter planned for the state convention in Hopf: on A ril 14 and 5. llclegates to the convention were Lorna gtokenbury, Bettyjo Xlelton, l,ois ,Ieanne Smith, Carolyn llhodes, ,lane Pearson, Ann Barrett, Field Vlasson, Allan lirorrkway, and Barbara llennett. Officers are Lorna Stokenbury, presi- dcntg llavirl Lashlz-y, vice-president, Ann Barrett, secre- tary, Crctchen liaerg, treasurerg and Betty ,Io Melton, historian. 13' N' yi-yu W 5 's5"s5'Wu llere are the members of the society: Lorna Stokenbury, Sylvia Fitzgerald, Barbara Bennett, Betty ,Io Melton, Susie Rich, Mildred Shaffer, Neva Frederick, Row One. Hoselynn Baker, Gretchen Baerghlane Pearson, Ann Barrett, Carolyn Rhodes, Mary Huntington, Lois Jeanne Smith, Barbara Wester, How 'l'wo. David Lashley, Carl Ellis, Randall Ilinkle, Jim llolder, Field Wasson, Bob Dunlavy, Allan Brockway, How Three. Patricia Danner was absent when the picture was taken. . . E2 f l 1 , .L 4'-ro, -on -3 I . . . Xml1fw11rli1ukXlr.Rillih' .igggrvgatimi llXANll llial is g nas lmsy' lam! jvar, yuu just SllOlll1l liau' scum il llils xr-ar. l'ura-li-s. trips, umccrls, festivals, fimlliall garm-Q, 1-.mlm-slf.. Y tours i xxlij' l rixulil gn on furvvc-r. 'llivsm' minslrvls riiailz- a- ruunfl fill pillulir appcararivvsl llcsiilvs lllill Llivi liavn- lall liuurs extra -mxsi-lv of si-liiml fur pi'-ugrauls, cum 1 :lx ml aurli ln lllt'lI' crvflil. Xll lliis Ull top uf lllc' lar! llial lllr' lran-ls' lil III1'll1ll4'I'5, the large-sl in l4.Il.h. l iistorx, Cllllllilllljll its l'llL'I'1lL'S lu stark up an lIIlllI'l'ShlYl' I'l'l'0I'1l fm ull , Allie' 'llilulx' lrrvllurs i maj' PQLTL aruun-l a lul, liul llivx xv w Lgul Illllllillg mm tllis from - gmulrivsw, llivy l'!'l'lillIllf lu-pl Illn- rmul warm 'llillxlllg mil-of-luxxii Hips ill llu' xxax limi lnpliri, i -I J as far mnvvllll as lliul Springs. .lust In gin- ywu a lirivl' irlva ul' ilu- many an-l xariwl l'lIlK'I',II'iLt'S llllilCI'lLllxl'H liy mir rmisin iaus, lop lvfl W a pain-li-'s mil a ilaraflc- xx illmul llu' suulll uf lliv Ivana ilrum an-l liraxx f -ml 1-vlirsm-, llii- Iirvlly iui.ii-11's-llmwz lim-lp lim f imp rigglil - ill tlilixi- gals again - plcasanl un Ilia- i-if-was-lil? l,0lt In riglll - ,Iliyvv llNlHlI'Ill', Allargarz-1 llu-lgvnx, ,lu Xllll l'imru, Ilrum liiajurvlln-1 livvlyn Xlurgan, llarli.u'a lillI'hHII, IH-.ii-I hlcwarl anil l,a hluivr- Ilatriclx. lielfm- yrmill ralcli ai gliriipsm- of mir palrunx nl Nl. lic-rilia in avlium xxliill' allm-ruling Ilii- Oplflllllfl ul' llu' nm-ix luiglmaj al llurilsxillu. 'Xl lmllum ur' liiiglil call lliat a family pmllail . . . if-"L Q H x. i., g 'uri' ., -Q .lf S '71-W L . l 5 ' l l ln the uhuve picture you see tln- IVli'Iil lllf l"Xll- lll'ill5 Ulf .-Ullflllllfh of the lfuycttvvillr' Cilmpler. ln thu first row, are Hobby' Xluhun, Alum: llvuring, llunulll ltitlnerspfmn, George Gray, Dean Phillips, 'l hcrrel Ilen- nul, lrunltlin 5tephens, ,lay Chuniller, un-l Leroy lluu-ly. ln the secnnml row .xreg 'liommy Stout, llonnlfl lluherts, llilly Woo-l, ,Iuclt tiruluini, ,luck llushlrurn, llurrcl Ship- ley, linger Johnston, Dickson llheulley, lioh Nluslers .incl Suttie llrvnn Jennings. ln the thirtl ram' ure: lfrml Lumey, llohcrt 'lunst.ill, llanny lironuugh, Joel Ilunch, lxcnncth Cklllfllff, lluy liurnes, ll. llill, Curl Stephens, .intl .limmy Stubhlefielml. In the fourth unsl last row urcf l,.irry llezul, llnune Terry, Don Allan Peterson, llerschvl Hollins, .jimmy johnson, jerry llortcr :xml Curtis llri- churtl. . . . Learning to plow the south forty are nur lfuturc lfurmers of America. 'l he primary aim of the l"l"A is the mlevelopment of agricultural lcunlership, co-oper- ation, und citizenship. Sweetheart of the year was Shirley Sebourn. Dele- gates from North West Arkansas attcnrlcwl the national convention in Kansas City. 'l he girl who looks out of place in the picture below is Louise Harrison who uintesl the banner on the bus. 'lihe boys fixerl up 21 lllnut for the County lfair parumle. 'lhc local chapter participatefl in the Sears Roebuck pig show and Kliracle llaly at Camp finuuhrlale. -'viz-Q., f ' Q- - l... ' HIIQZARKV VEDERATION 1 . " i tlllgil rjLFP'gfR5ApDF Al'4FV'fA "' 'V 'S Y KANSAQ . , 3 '.l'f.a, 14 ,:1...u FAYETTEVILLE HIGH C . 5 J.. ., ' G F2 ,W T f ,. A 5 Q ' Q 9 f ad V ,Q ,. .5 3 9553 7 ggi!! 3 13- Q 3.5 C- - H3 E X 5' . . . lleaming at the top of the page are the l"llA officers. On the front row, left to right, is: Doris Kinzer, first vice-presidcntg Lois lackett, treasurer: and Margaret Kitchell, reporter. Absent from the icture is .lo Simmons, second vice-president, and Martha lirockway, liistorian. Says an old poem: "ue may live without poetry, music, and art, We may live without conscience and live without heart, We may live without frienrlsg we may live withoul lmolrsg But civilized man cannot live without cooksf' 'lo make sure the world won't have to be without cooks, or at least part of it, anyway, llomc lfconomic girls turn to the culinary arts. When they are cooking, aromatic breezes waft from the general di- rection of the kitchen and tantalize the poor, starving masses. A privileged few get to sample the cookies, biscuits, cake, and many other delicious items. The gals leam to be nimble with a thimble and create their own fashions. Some class periods are devoted to very interestin discussions. ln the icture on the second row to the left is Shirfey Sebourn, who was elected Chapter Sweetheart by the Future Farmers of America. The group of nominees is to the left. 'I he girls keep house in their suite, so someone can always be seen running down the back stairs with a mop or dustpan. . . ,,,...-4 .I ,n i 1 K? " .WV 9 . '1-.fubg a :',., - , . ' '.f,,y.g 5 - r : . V W I I ,K.z, if QS? f' EER 5 . , 2 v ,J x ,, .P ,1 flpfll' Y - Q fax, ij , I. I ,,ffQ?5 A 'f vii' . . . Say, how do ,you like those girls on the right? Heal belies, arent they? Besides that, they 1-an sing. llelow they are 'fivinfi out with the soft har- monies of "Kentucky Babe at the circus. ln the formal portrait are Joyce Nell lloward, Kaye Thomp- son, and Sylvia Fitzgerald in front and Carole Sten- sing, Shirley Sebourn and Mary Liz Gamble behind them. Almost forgot to tell you about the trip to the state music festival in Conway. Some complained about the hour of departure ffive a.m.l, but they had a wonderful time. . . , . 5 . i 'HT Us u nil llere are the members of the Sl-QNIUH GLlQl'Q CLUB-the experienced ones. They are Jack Widener, Paul Orndoff, Kaye Thompson, Joyce Nell lloward, Emma Leah lluff, Sylvia Fitzgerald, llill Napier. Un the second row are Billie Seamster, lilizabeth Greenwood, Gretchen Stevenson, Gula Mae Claterbaugh, Mary Liz Gamble, Charlotte Blood, Jeannette Harnhill. llow three has Charles Couch, Carl Couch, George Lawson, Lynn Weir, Jack llayes. . . I U . . . 'l'he fourth cstaters are very much attached to their little hole in the hall. ll hey have ax classroom, but it just doesn't have the congenial atmosphere conducive to good 'oumalism which the hall haslas you can sec in the top picturehdin special occasions the staff puts out mimeographed editions. In the bottom picture above some of the girls ure giving their critical eye to a first copy. Most journalism students are on the year- qqoolc staff and divide their time between Amethyst and ,lunior imes. . . 1 . . . Bug in' at the shutters of their picture boxes, members of the PllO'?0GRAPllY CLUB are always busy snapping -shut- ters, that is. When the club meets, once a week, these camera enthusiasts et together and "talk shop." Dale Canfield is presidentg Bobby llarlan, secretaryg Philip Porter, treasurerg and Mrs. Koone, sponsor. The club helped out with yearbook photo- rapby this year, which, incidentally, is their first at FHS. '?'hey also made their own photos for the page. Left to right are Shirley Davis, Jerome johnson, Clyde Carroll, Richard lirown, Eugene Henderson, Jimmie Blair, liilly Johnson, Edward Black, Philip Porter, Don Lewis. Absent from the picture are Sidney Miller, Clarence Cole, and Nancy Reed. . . is .th -H.-3,11 Q ,M , . . . . These fifth-columnists who publish the four-column junior Times are the JOUIINALISM CLASS. With the aid of Lucifer, an Bflliillb typewriter, the staff puts out a weekly section in the local paper. nn Harrett and Hillie jn Gabriel we-re editors the first semester and Gret- chen Ilaerg the second. Pat Steele edited the s orts all year. ln the upper left are most of the intelligentiag Jane lgearson, Ann Barrett, Ili lie Jo Gabriel, and joe Fred btarr are seated at the front table: lalaine Campbell is looking over the week's copy. Gretchen Baer , Barbara Bennett, and Pat Danner are standing in the background? Charlotte Hlood and Gretchen Stevenson ltyping on Luciferl are at the bank table. Above are llun Phillips and Pat Steele who got left out of the first picture. . . - 1 211' ab -an - ...V 1g . . . At a panel discussion for the IYIVX lletty Jo Xlelton dis- cussed teaching as a pro- fession. Wonder why everyone laughed when she mentioned all the vacations a teacher lxahs?. . . . . . Nlembers of the lJlVl'illSll"ll'fD UfifillllA'lilUNSclassattendclasses in the morning and work in the afternoon. :Xt school they study subjects related to their types of jobs. lhe picture shows the class discus:-sin the a meals of adver . , 5 pl . .- IIHIHQ which are also applied in salesmanship. 'lhey are Cecil l,inam, Xlr. liuppert, instructorg Nlarlene Hall, Don Ilnll. At middle, lletty Hoskins, .lewell lfillis. Left side, Xlarvin 'l'reat, Iiill llowell. . . . . 'ifiladly did he learn and gladly did he teach." I-il 'l l Itlf 'll-Ltlllll-1ItS Ulf Alllliltlll,-X, newest organization in school, are already ix ell established in the state. 'lhree members attended the :Xl'1.-X Convention in l,itlle lim-k in Nlarch. llosalie lient served as treasurer nf the state organization ixlxicli includes col- lege chapters as well as high school clubs. l"uturc 'l 4-acluers arm- llaxine Pris- chul, lletty Cuist, ,lean Ann Joiner, Nancy llced, llurence 'l lionias, Pauline P21SCll21l, POW OHS? Jamie Cornettfilary lflla Hodges, Patricia Ambrose, lxatherine liussky, 'llildred Shaffer, prcsidentg Rosalie llent, lluby Sliaklefnrd, llilda Gard- ner, Dot Urndoff, row two: llomu lliller, lletty l.ynn, ,lerome johnson, 'l ommy llranigun, lietty jo Nlelton, llt-na Nlills, and l.a.luics: llatriclg, row three. . . 7x Q is of up 'Tv' s ' .,,.-- H- . . . Junior mechanics and ca en- ters are the members of the TRTDF5 AND lNlllIS'l'ltY class. The boys do welding, auto repairing, and woodwork. For the librar the car- penters built concealed slilelves and DI a magazine rack. Grease boys ad- vertise their work as reconditioning and rebuilding of all types of mo- tors. . . h . . . The l.llilt.-Xlii assistants are always hard at work. ln the first picturg are Lajoyce l'.itrick, Xlildred Hailey, Nlarjoric Samples, and Carole Stenseng, the Nearly birds" who come up before school and put things in order. llight, by the fiction stacks are Nlarlene Combs, Nlarlenc Howling, Jackie Allen, lflorence ilihomas, liarbara Johnson, Irene iivans, lriniile Sonne- man, and Paul Urndoff. l.eft, at the reference desk are .leanette . . . 'lhe 'l'l'il'lN AIQH HOOK Cl,lfll has been enthusiastically attended this year. Sponsored by Nlrs. Dixon, the club meets lleflnesflay afternoons. 'Nlembers discuss the latest books and magazines and become acquainted with a variety of books - on science, tricks, hobbies, and reference. Shown in the iictures are lleftl David Chaney, Clyde Carrolil, Shirley Davis, Xlary lflla Hodges, lletty Lynn, Nlarlene Combs, Jackie Allen, lrightl james llarris, Clyde Xleade, ,Iimmy lilair, Helen Sandlin, Martha llarvey, llill Xlyers, Wanen llamey. Members absent from the picture are llarbara Pierce, Sharon Pratt, Lavinia Lee, james .lohnston, Hobby Poore, Velma Edwards, Winfred Pritch- ard, lfmile Sonneman, Dewitt llarris, Wanda 'l'erry. Cannarlay, Maxine Lierly, jerry Armstrong, Betty Lynn, Jerome johnson, liuddy Ritchie, Nlarjorie Samples, Mary lllla lloml es, lnsnise Wheatley, Doris Nlclihristian, Yell lloward. At the Eesk are Sylvia Quantz, lfmma Sue Skelton, liarbara Dennett, ,Iumes llarris, Lavinia liee, Shirley Davis, Jeanette Cannaday, Pat .-Xnibrose, Natalie llaves, jon l.arry Starr, Nlaxine Lierly, Bill Nlvers, and lvcorge l.awson. . . . Members of the CHESS CLUB meet after school in the library. For these avid fans, the Chess Tournament tops the year's activities. Shown in the picture are lstandingi Jimmy Swartz, llowell Leming, president, Harry Weaver, assistant secretaryg .lames Dowers, secretary, lseatedl Clyde Meadeg J. ,I. Nlclloy, treasnrerg Nlax McAlister: William Myers, and Danny Sullivan. . . . 5Ul'llUYlUlll'i f.l,llJl'iS serve tis uules In new frvslivnvn. lhvy give .x pirty in tht' spring for t-iglilll-gru-lvrs. n Still ull r thu pr ent tt pztlxl ,' el 6' tl' vs' ' 5 "Q l'IHlVI!l'kllifHl for tht- inruminu fro:-alumwn. l'ur ti net-k all mvriibvrs wx1:.ir iflcrlti- fying li:-lifes anal 'url .is utliflm-s. llvnilmrs uf llit- Nvpliurimrn- ffuislws ure ,luliun Stewart, l.vn.t Sun- llulke-r, llonnu ,Io Cfreer, ll.u'lJ.iru llurf.-in, ,lm- llichurmlson, llrusirlunt, Nirnm lx:-umm, Patsy jones, unel Hewitt llurris.. nm one, lfmmu Skelton, l'.it kelly, llill lillllllillgllillll, Xlairy l'ilil.iln'Lli fnnlililv, ,lohn Xlt-Queen, un-l l'v.irl Stvxsnrt, ron lung lhxtsy lsllfllllfllhlfl, lumiv fmrnett, llams ilrumlm, 'Klux llmmvrf- un-l liillj' l'z1rker, row three. . . . KEY CLUBUiiillS are junior Kiwunians and the "Key" boys in FHS. 'Iihey have luncheon meetings just like the men and serve their school us Kiwanians serve the community. Big affair of thc year was the very successful pancake breakfast at the Legion llut. The boys served "all the pancakes you can eat." lie- warcl for this labor was a trip to Little llock for nine of the boys. 'I he proceeds from the breadfast financed the jaunt to the Mo-Kan-Ark convention. 'l'hut's the car in which they arrived ut the circus, ubove. Sort of a noisy arrival it was. Members of the Key Club are ,lack W i- zlener, Hass lrumbo, Hobby llarlan, and Carl Ellis, row one, llill Urooks, ,lnmie Cornett, Cecil Parker, Allan Brockway, ,lack llayes, and Bill llatson, row two, lla- vid llyfle, 'lorry Stewart, lianclall llinkle, .lumes llunt, joe Frccl Starr, anrl Don Phillips, row three, Max Pow- ers, Hobby Pearson, and Hob Dunlavy, row four. . . . Members of the Ol'il"lCl'i Slfllx lfilf squanl Llo a little ol' everything for Nlrs. liell and the office. 'lihey count lunch money, sencl out detention slipsg in general theylre callell on to do most anything. llargaret Trap- hagen, Susie liich, Betty Nllirphyrluiarbara llennett, first rowg Neva I5re4lericlc, lioselynn linker, Katherine liuss- ky, seconfl rowg and Jamie Corneht anal llonte lioberts, standing, served this vear. . . w 1 . . . lhe four girls below. are the lllllhfi hlpli- Xllll-I. 'lhey type anfl cut stencils for teachers an-l organizations. lrene ltvans anrl ,lane llcur- son are working anal Ann liarrett ansl Gretchen llaerg are trying to clecirle whether or not they shoulcl be working, too. . . . . . 'll':AClll'ill,S AlDl'iS help incliviclual tea- chers with all sorts of miscellaneous jobs. 'lihcy may check the stufly hall roll, grasle pa- pers, or merely help the teacher keep his sanity. 'l he little hel ers are fllar aret lraphagen, Syl- via lfitzgcralil, l'at Kegy, lioselynn llaker, llary lluntington, row oneg Margaret llroolxs, Nlargaret llurlgens, .loan Nlills, Ann llarrett, lxaye lhompson, row twog llillie Sue llowell ,lane Pearson, Carolyn lihorlcs, lietty ,Io Nlel- ton, llarbara llcster, Gretchen Baer ,row threeg Lorraine Mason, ,lean Milligan, liglie ,lo Ga- briel, John Xlcfjueen, Doris lxinzer, row four. X f . 4- -. ex . . . A lJl'iCK student is like a Canadian Xlountic. ln an emer gency these general flunkies must be l'iven a Mountie has his routine duties collect lunch money, attendance slips, ments. The boys serving this year are y - ready and raring to vo. , and our little reliablies and deliver announce- shown in the top picture. liobby llarlan, ,lack llayes, George Porter, and Arlis Parrish are on the front rowg Paul llenderson, llarold johnson, Allan Brockway, and Douglas Young on the second rowg Randall llinkle, llarry Weaver, and David Mitchell on the third row, Gordon Wilkins, Cecil Parker and Paul Smith on the fourth row. . . . Boys doing I"llO,lEC'l'lUN SEllYlCl'i are important in our ever-increasing visual education project. Under the guidance of Nlr. William l. Bray these boys run the motion picture machines for science, history, physical education or any class desiring the service. Douglas Young, llarold Johnson, William Myers, George Starnes, and 'Xlax McAllister, row oneg Brian Miller, Paul Ornrloff, ,lohn llonelson, Philip Colwell, Billy Johnson, james Bowers, and Troy lielote, row twog liobby Pearson, llandall llinkle, Max Powers, David Hyde, ,lolm McQueen and joe Cohea, row three, are pictured below. . . . . . Fayetteville lligh's private 'l'llAFl"llI SQITAD is shown above. These boys keep us in line by holding us back when the light is rezl and by keeping us from jay walking. The little policemen have a real job when hordes of us rush across the street for lunch every noon. So far they have kept us all souncl fin bodyl. The l"OO'l'l3ALl.. 'ILHAFFIC SQUAD also got in the picture. Durin the season they were in charge of all traffic at Eootball games, showing people where to park and how to get out. The boys are: Curtis Pritchard, ,lack Widener, David Parks and Jack llayes, row one, Paul llemlerson, jamie Cor- nett, Troy Belote, Cecil Parker, llobert Dunlavy, Michael Starr, Carl Ellis, and Douglas Youn , row two, james Bowers, Randall llinkle, Jimmy Williams, David llyde, llarold Johnson, and Wendell Taylor, row three. . . i u . . . ,lack llayes, left above, and Wendell Tay- lor have been FLAG NlUNl'l URS for two years. During weeks after the Dulldo s have come out on to they raise our school gag along with the Star gpangled Banner. . . . . . The CAl"lC'llClllA SERVICE group serves foocl and helps in general in the lunchroom. They are: Jeanette Cannaday, liillie Sue Dowell, Margaret Brooks, and Gene Washburn, row one, George Porter, Maxine Lierly, Velma Warren, llat Danner, llelen Lower, and Viola lloyd, row two, jimmy Stubblefielcl, George Starnes, llarold Johnson, Lynn Weir, llobert Lane, and Leroy Nlclfadden, row three. . . llendanfe war: Four Yea rs Three Years 1 Two Years I 1 1 I I X1111..1 111 1 x N11 epa Englls S 11 1 1 1 1 11 11 1 X 1 1 1 111 P 1 1 1 Socual Sclence 1 1 111 1 X I1 1 N111 1 1 I 1 R 11 1 . 1 1 Mathemamcs 1 1 1 1 H 1 11 1 1 1 1 N11111 1 1 I 11.1.1 c and Ban 1 N 1 1 N 1 111 11 1111 1 1 1 1 x1x1 1 SQFUICP C7414 Grd AMETHYST STAFF 1 1 Edztors of the JUNIOR TIMES 1 Officers of U13 STUDENT COUNCIL N 11 1 1 26 Club Peppers Studenl 1 rarnn 11 1 1 1 11 '1 11 XII ck Monutorf 1 raffnc Squad 111 1 1 1 1 udent Athletuc M'm1gers I I I Student ASSISIWHI n Physlcal Educatuon 1 IW eterua SEFVICE XI 1 1 Typing Servlce I1 1 ag Monutors I 1 1 Tewcher Servuce N 111 1 :ce Serv ce I 1 1 111 N 1111111pN nd Llbrarnan IJ IIN N Band Secretary 1 I15 udent Accompanlsts 1 111 11 ll 111111, X1l1N 111 1111 11111111 Projef-hon Servuce 'Ill 1 Pu Inc Address Servnce X11 15 I S 0ll0l'J ba X x rim 1 1 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 11 11 1 11 1 1 11 1 1 1 11 1 11 1 11 1 enlaf alwar R 1 1 1 1 111 11 S S N Physncal Scnence 1 Forelgn Language 1 1 1111 11 Home Economucs 1 1 X11 I Busuness 111 x11 Physucal Educatlon 1111111111 X 111 11 11 Vocatlonal Agrlcult 111111 BAND AND MUSIC y on or racluulei N 1 11N1 1x1 1 11 1 1 1 11 1 111 I ure and Tra 1x1 1 afllzle 1 111 1 r- 'IEC State Band Meet 1949 F1 X 111.111 Slate Band Clmnc 1 B1Stale Band Meet Furst 1 1 1 1 1 1 N 1 111 11. 1 1 au Hana,-4 1 111111 121-1111 11 1 I lux 1111 Ill 1 I1 1 1 1 1 1 lux x 1 1 11 11 11 '11 111111 11 ll 1 1 1 1 1 1 '1 1 111 1 1 N 1x 11 5111 1 X1 N N11 des and lndustrucs N hr aflufarda I 1 l I 7!llflll'l!J 11 1 1111 1116 INLN W 1 1 IIIL 1111 N 111 1 Illk 1 1 1 11' 1111. 1 1 x11 1101 1x1 Ill? 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Well, one day I sneaked down into SENIOR PLAY rac- tice and got a preview of things to come - by that Ipmean none other than the biggest roduction of the year, that's all uproarious, nonsensical tlitree-act comedy very appro- priately called "Spring Fever." The plot centers around a situation, or difficulty familiar to us all. That is, it con- cerns a college senior who is trying desperately to get his diploma. This fellow, lloward Brant biy name, lives in a rooming-house run by Mrs. Spangler, a uss-budget made a nervous wreck because of the epoch-making scientific dis- coveries of another student, Ed Burns, who fancies himself a chemist, and whose lab the constant source of explosion. Vic Lewis, more commonly referred to as Rembrandt, adds to the confused state of affairs. So does Lou Ilerron, a journa- lism student who is interested in a typewriter and hd, both found at the rooming house. Anne Purcell, IIoward's girl friend, appears on several occasions to complicate IIoward's dilemma. Iler best friend, Vivian Georfre, more than a little interested in Vic, is always on hand when things start hap- pening. Ann's wealthy father and mother arrive on the scene to create a no less than ridiculous situation, while lIoward's spinster aunt, Nlaude, uses her femme fatale on IIoward's zoology professor to make sure Howard received his diploma. Dr. Dixon, the college president. only makes a bad situation worse and is, to put it mildly, bewildered b it all. Although this was the senior lay andy-well-although I ama senior-a ffenuine full-fledgedpone at that-well I guess I sorta missed' out on gettin to use mv acting abi ities. I made myself a useful littfe elf, however, li ' running all sorts of errands and I have the satisfaction of lcnowin that on the bi night no one would have seen the play at al? if it weren't Ear my job- ou see I was commander-in-chief oi operation curtain pulll. Outside of a few minor backsta e difficulties which only added to the fun our production saged along beautifully and our Garbo's and Cable's performed like veteran troopers. Ileck, I guess acting just isn't my forte, huh? I'm beginning to wonder what isl There at the top you can see rehearsal in full swing- believe me those books came in mighty handy at first. At top right-very touching, eh? Don't let it fool ya', it's all part of the act. Below you'lI see the characters or rather let us say the cast at work. Left to right, How One: Ilean Carson, Elaine Campbell, Lorna Stokenbury, Margaret Traphagen. 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Well joe, at last I am recovermf Ihe swellm ln my clnngger lute has gone down, and I can wallt wxthout lzmpmg 'lhe thmg sure lmpalrerl my powers of concentratlon I never dad fmnsh telling you what fmally happened to the Yearbook Staff 'lhxnffs were pretty quxet around here after all the pages were mailed, untll the after effects of those frantlc weeks began to tell Lucxfer, the typewrlter, was permanently lmpanred and now types only ln tapxtals I thmlc we can fur the chan? vthxeh collapsed wlth one of the 6illtOl'S, but the editor has been off her rocker ever smce Ive dxd have our dark days there ln the padded cell ljournalxsm deskl llr Gwaltney Lept wanderzn 1n and out of h1s llngllsh classes gxvm f us the eye We fmally declrled that e was wrxtmg., a sequel to the SN Xlxl' PI md hxd us all under observatlon Fverybody was always talking about the need for organlzation so l orvan lzed one dav durxng my studv hall llvec-ks later thev were stlll fmdmo pretures that had been glven up for lost 'lhe break had to come sometlme, and we knew xt was SCFIOUS ss hen U zrbara Bennett started reciting poetrv I guess the chaos and confusion gjot her down ljut xt really was dangerous up there lou couldn t lay .1 fmgernaxl down on the table hut what someone came along wlth a tri lnvle and paper cutter and IIlSIbl,Cfl that the corners should be squared Consequently we all went around wlth doubled up fxsts Nobody ever get IHIO a flght tho rlrue, one SIIIIOI' hrxstled a a bit when It was suggested that she slt on the plctures to take out the wrmltles, instead of Ledrnc Pratt, who was slttmg next to her, but no vxolence was dxs played Once I told them they would have to get along wlthout me, I was succumbmg to the nervous stram Inever heard such a sllence ln the face of such oppo sltlonl ve decldedto glV8 It another try and went back to tleanmg the lue off the brush In the end I got another ob When l thlnk that lf It hadn t een for me, the pages would never have reac ed bemeo, I feel better Xfter all, some one had to lrck the postage stamps 'lhts has got to stop, lm ettmg such a ease of wnter s cramp that l won t be able to shake hands again Prom now on we re only spe lkxng acquamtances I Ivlease write real soon ...lr fs...-. See ya' nokntvnlnn ,Q-Acura Q H lr


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