Ferguson High School - Crest Yearbook (Ferguson, MO)

 - Class of 1946

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V65 X t of I 9 4 6 fx X The mme extens-we cz mans knowledge of 11 hat has been done the greater lull be has pouev of lmoumg uhat to do Dzsmela jen- gel' ,A jAanL5giuing We thank you, Lord, for the end of this warg We know the solution to our problems is yet far, But we 11 try hard to prove your farth rn us And the world N111 be made a place that s Just We thank you too tor the fun we ve had To compensate for thmgs cruel and sad So many trmes you ve qrven us couraqe and hope In problems wrth whlch we alone could not cope Our thanks dear Lord for everythlng For fun and happlness and the farth you bnng Make us humble attuned to good And qurde our hves as you would Dedication As ct further proot of the Amertcgn woy of hte Ferguson Hlgh School hos orggnrzed the Student Assembly Whose purpose IS to encouroge Cooperotlon between students ond toculty to promote self government gnd rnrtrotrve omong students of the school to grve students o medrum through Whrch to express therr rdeots ond to foster soorcrl gotrvrtles ot o hrgh stgndord Although s 1 m 1 l o r orgonrzgtrons hove tlounshed tor mony yeors thrs undertokrng IS our lnrtlgl gttempt rn student government We the Crest Stott toke gregt plegsure rn dedrcottrng our gnnugl puhhcotron to the Student Assembly o progressrve step toword the odvoncement ot true democ rgcy wrthrn these wotlls I I - 1 I I 1 . . . - Administration lr Q 0 0 l'l'lLl'll:5fI'Cl, il0I'l Wrth the transrtron from war to peace we ded1cate our efforts to bulld a better world a better natlon a better commu ntty and a better school Only by a new VISIOD of world relatlons and a re educa tron of all races and natrons lncludlng our own can we attempt to partlally re alrze the hope of unlnterrupted peace for one entlre generatron Wlth thrs rn mrnd the students and faculty of the Ferguson Hrgh School belreve that lrvrng and prac trcmg de-mocrat1c ldeals through educa t1on tn our school our communlty and our natron w1ll go far rn makrng thrs a safer and better place to l1ve V C McCluer Vrrgrl C McCluer Superrntend nt of Schools Ernrly Schlueter Secretary BOKIIEJ ! 66lMC6ltl0Il The Board of Educatron manages the affarrs of the Ferguson School D1str1ct for the better ment of the cornmunrty endeavorlng to offer the best trarnrng and most competent admrn lstratlon poss1ble The board comprlses slx members who are elected by a popular vote for a term of two years Thrs year two mem bers wrll retrre who have served the school dlstrrct wrth a srncere mterest for a number of years Mrs B H Barclay as treasurer and Mr A I Lee as secretary Mrs F Ieske and Mrs C Stabenow have been elected to frll these vacanc1es Apnl 14 The members of the board for the past year have been as follows Presrdent Mrs Ioseph T Monmg Vrce Presldent Mr G C Bradshaw Secretary Mr Arthurl Lee Treasurer Mrs R H Barclay C W Schlueter W C Brown Ir sq SEATED G C Br dsr t T n H A Lee F B Ieske STANDING V C McCluer C Stabenow W C Brown I Page Su: As another school year draws to a close l am happy to say that rn rny op1n1on we have hlt a new hlqh 1n student faculty cooperatlon Relatlvely few students are farllnq to take advantage of the opportu n1t1es offered by the school The faculty and adrnlnlstratlon wrll contlnue to qrve the help and qu1dance necessary to awaken all students to the realrzatron that thetr hlgh school record counts Each younq person must become aware of the fact that personallty and character 1f acqulred, are the dlrect re sult ot actlon on the part of the 1nd1v1dual hlmself May we all str1ve to make the best use of our educatronal opportun1t1es Iohn S McCollum Kurt Ballard BS Art Aleck I Burgess AB Phys1cal Educatxon Health Iewell M Campbell BS Cafeterla Manager leanne Cox B S Enqltsh Bookkeeping Wrlford B Crawford BM MM Musrc lane B Dzeselhorst BS Phystcal Educatlon Health Althea Gordon BS Llbrarzan C Wayne Gordon BS MA Soclal Studtes Reqlna M Ierzewtak AB MA Socral Studres Maryann Karmann AB Forerqn Languages Rodney L Leftwtch BS MA Industrral Arts i' Iohn S McCollum Prmcrpal Eldere Ruschmeyer Secretary Mary lo McBr1de BSHE Hlorre conomrcs General Scxence Marcus Mitchell E S M S Sc en Mathematlcs Thomas G Moore AB VA lznqllsh Lyda G lwourse AB MA Eralsr George S P rtchcrd AB ES M A Dorotlfy I Ross AB MA Enqllsh Erleen Smrth BS Socra Studles Esther L Soclal Studxes one BS llc enum s I Harold Ulorrq lt B Studles Mathematrcs Albert F Wa rs re ct Department Robert 'NI Wctsor AB B10 ogy CENTER FRONT Crawford Smlth Ballard Campoell Watson A Gordon N lerzewlak McCollum Nourse Wamser Page Seve J b 1 ne lfrt 1, esellw of Ed qess OY Baez Stu clenf .X455Ql'l'L6!y V ,Vi , lfmmr 8 ll il- LEFT TO RIGHT Miss Smlth Lund Potrzck Becker Plcxnk Gordon Thrs yeorr the student body contrrbuted some thrnq thot hos been needed tor o lonq trme the Student Assembly In order to orqcrnrze such d representotlve body o COHSIIIUIIOHGI Conventron Wots colled on September 4 whrch conslsted ot deleqotes elected from edch home room In the frrst sessron they elected the lol lowlnq ottrcers Cwhorrmon Normon Bucher co chcurmon Dlclc Vosburqh secretory Cor roll Becker REPRESENTATIVES commrttees were oppomted ot the second meetrnq to work out the detorls of the ortrcles tor the Constltutron After on rntense study of numerous constrtutrons the document was completed ond submrtted to ecrch home room for rotrfrcottron Mrss Smlth ond Mr Gordon become the otfrcrol CldV1SOfS to the Student Assembly Eoch home room then elected 1lS representdtrve whrch totoled I7 A school electlon Wos held In whrch the tol FIRST ROW Brown Crow I-lerrmonn Lorenz Bertelson Schdedler Utley Voorers Mudd SE OIND ROW Iueckstock Aydt Schmrtz Carson Mooerly Beck Herrmann Kiwis Page Erqht Condfifu fiona! Konuenfion DELEGATES I Y FIRST ROW Chapman Land Becker Gray Lemmon Plank SECOND ROW Brown Voslourgh Mobe ly Mr Gordon Mueller Schmztz Lorenz Utley McKown Mxss Smxth Hagen Carson Patnck Bucher lowmq ofhcers were elected Presldent Russell through 1ts vanous comm1ttees such as Soc1al Patnck vlce presrdent Leon Land secretary Educanonal Assembly Bullomqs and Grounds Carroll Bf3CkGT TTS-CISUTGT TOITI PlCI1'1k and Stamp and Bond Amor lts many respon In CI Very lmpfggglve Cef9mOny the Offlcefg Slbllllleq ll l'1CIS Clllll"1OflZGCl ll'9 P913 Squad Gnd and representatlves tool' oaths ol ottlce before Hlklflq Club SDOUSOFQC3 The Basketball Core the student body The Student Assembly held nat1on and many dances started a dancmq tts tlrst meetmq wlth the newly elected off1cers Clggg dlrected the school sonq contest pro W9dn9SdUY November 7 moted a Keep the Schoo lean campalqn Thg 51UQ91'1t3 cmd fgculty commend thlg Of relleved the catetema deta1 and presented as QGHIZCITIOH for 1ts numerous achlevements sembly prOfJrCImS ALTERNATES FIRST ROW Voohers Hepper Becker Davis Hofer Thres SECOND ROW Whltman Davis Mrss S'Tl1l'1 I Snuth Bradshaw Beck Wilson Wmn Vartrn Mr Gordon Mxller Hancock Page me 0 l I1 9 3 l I'l g if Any Resemblance Is Purely Comcldental' Hub Down Between Quarters' Problem Fmd the Ball' Three Girls Holdmq Up Ferguson' Umm Food' Skate Gates' Could lt Be the Breeze'-' Down and Out' Paqe Ten Looks Lxke the Ball Touches the Cexlmg' Make It Exact Boys Happy Landmg' Stretch' Groan and Grunt Boys at Work' A Case ot Mixed Dlrectxons' - ' ' . 1- . . 1- ' " . -scoop in the Making! 2-Hold ns 2-" 'Nfwihef Drink' POPV' a- . s - - . a- . , 4- ' . - . 4- . SF i - . 5- . 5- , lak CICHSSQS VERA DOLORES OTTEN Home Economxcs Club 4 Scoop typzst 4 MARY AUDREY BOWDEN GAA 2 3 4 Home Economlcs Club 4 Dramatrcs 4 Hxkmq Club 4 Our Town 4 Pep Squad 4 Volleyball B Team 3 Volleyball and Basketball 2 3 Baseball 3 Operetta 2 ROSALIE ANNE KELLER School of the Arr 4 DAVID LEE LaBERGE Bond and Stamp Commrttee 4 School oi the Alr 3 4 Chairman KMOX School of the Alr 3 CREST 2 County Chorus 2 Chorus 2 Operetta 2 Skatmg Club 2 IUDITH ROZIER Secretary Dramatlcs Club 4 Treasurer Hlklhq Club 4 Scoop 3 4 CREST 4 GAA 2 3 4 Our Town 4 Pep Squad 4 Varsrty Basketball 4 Basket bal 2 3 4 Baseball 3 4 Chorus 2 3 4 County Chorus 4 Operetta 2 3 4 Wmner G1rls State Con test 3 Faculty Bowhnq 4 CREST Ma1d DOROTHY IANE WILLE Scoop 4 DOROTHY GRIERSON GAA 3 4 Home Economtcs Club 4 Scoop and CREST 4 HARRIET IANE Tl-IORNAM Secretary Treasurer GAA 3 4 Semor Basketball Captam 4 Varsrty Basketball 4 Chorus 2 3 Oper etta' 2 3 Baseball 4 Mtle of Dxmes Commrttee 4 Bonds and Stamps Commtttee 4 Scoop and CREST 4 CARROLL ANN BECKER Vzce Presxdent Iumor class Secretary Sophomore class Secr tory Student Assembly4 Secretary Con stxtutxonal Convention 4 Mcnd Basketball Corona tion 3 4 County Chorus 3 Our Town 4 GAA 3 4 Pep Squad 4 Dramatrcs Club 4 Hlkxng Club 4 Basketball 4 Scoop and CREST 4 CREST Queen WILLIAM DIMOND Track 3 LUCILLE FRANCIS HECKEMEIER Home Economics Club 4 Pep Squad 4 Skatmq Club 3 4 GAA 2 Scoop typlst 4 BERNADINE HANCOCK Dramatlcs Club 3 4 Cheerleader 4 Scoop and CREST 4 Alternate Constltutxonal Conventlon 4 Our Town 4 GAA 4 1 ' . 1 1 1 ' 1 ' . ' ' , " " . . 1 1 1 1 11 11 , 1 1 1 1 - . I I . I 1 1 1 1 U 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 ' ' 1 . . . H 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . ' ' ' I UI I I I U ' 1 1 - Secretary-Treasurer Art Club 45 Dramatics Club 4: 1 1 1 U - U 1 1 1 ' 1 U 1 U 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 U 1 I . U 1 e 1 U U 1 1 - 1 1 - - . , 11 11 , 1 1 1 U1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - . U U U . 1 1 1 - ' 1 1 U U 1 U 1 1 1 11 11 , , . Page Twelve may ROBERT MEYER Track 4. IOAN GRAF Operetta 3, 47 Home Economics Club 4: Chorus 2, 3, 45 Skating Club 2, 45 Dramatics Club 4. IEAN DOROTHY CASEY Uohnson City, Tenn. l, 2lg Baseball 35 Tennis 3: Operetta 34 Chorus 3' Dramatics Club 3 4- GAA 4 Home Economxcs 4 MARVIN IOSEPH TEBEAU Baseball 3 4 CHARLES ALFRED HUDSON Baseball 3 Skatlnq Club 3 HELEN VlRGlNlA CORNE fRlV9IVl6W Hugh l 2 al Dramattcs Club DOROTHY DULCENA KIRKPATRICK Scoop Typlst 4 DALE MARGERUM School of the A1r 4 V1sual Educatlon Staff 4 U N O Test 4 Tenms 4 Scoop 3 CHARLES LEON LAND Secretary Seruor Class Vxce Prestdent Student Assembly 4 Wrestlmq 2 3 4 Cheerleader 4 State Wrestlmq Tournament 2 3 4 Buxldmq and Ground Commrttee 4 Chorus 2 3 4 Varslty Baseball 3 Volleyball 3 Operetta 2 3 4 Honorary Mem ber GAA 4 County Chorus LAVERNE ELLEN BITTNER V1ce Presldent Pep Squad 4 GAA 2 3 4 Soft ball 2 3 4 Basketball 3 Basketball Queen 3 Scoop and CREST 4 Our Town 4 Dramatxcs Club 4 Operetta 2 I-lrkxng Club 4 CREST Marci ,am 53254 Q' Meyer Casey Hudson ra! Tebeau Come Dale Marqemm Page Thtrteen Dost. aaa o 1946 Tzmzng a Pendulum AUDREY ROTHWEIL Operetta 3 4 Dramatxcs Club 4 Our Town 4 Art Club 4 Chorus 3 4 Scoop Typlst 4 GERALD LEONARD MCCOLLUM Prestdent Sophomore Class B Volleyball 2 B Basketball 2 Varsity Baseball 3 4 Varstty Basket ball 3 4 Varslty Volleyball 3 County Band 2 County Orchestra 3 4 State Orchestra 4 Band 2 3 4 Chorus 4 Operett 2 3 4 Wrestlmq 4 Escort CREST 1 Kxrkpatrrck J x.: J aaa 0 1946 Txmme Davld Margerum Harl Davxs Carroll Rauch Beck Donovan Ellebracht Hofer Gatto Stone LOIS MARY TIMME Scoop Typtst 4 Home Economics Club 4 DAVID MARGERUM Scoop Stc1ft3 U N O Contest 4 Tenms 4 Visual Educauon Staff 4 KMOX School of the Au' 4 EUGENE IOSEPH HARL Captam Varszty Baseball 4 Varsrty Baseball 3 IEANNE DAVIS Vlce Presldent Dramatlcs Club 4 Vtce Presxdent Home Economtcs Club 4 Ice Skatmg 2 3 4 Bond and Stamp Commlttee 4 Mmle of Dtmes Commlttee 4 Iun1or Candy Sales 3 Gxrls State Contest 3 NELL CARROLL Vxce President Sophomore Class V1ce Presldent GAA 2 4 Treasurer GAA 3 Presldent Home Eco nomlcs 4 GAA F Star and Chevron Basketball 4 Baseball 4 Varslty Basketball 3 Varslty Volleyball 3 Operetta 2 Scoop Staff 3 Dramattcs Club 4 Skat mg Club 3 CREST Mcud 4 MARIE CATHERINE RAUCH Chorus 2 3 4 County Chorus 4 Operetta Skatmg Cluo 3 4 Scoop Typ1st 4 ROY ALLAN BECK sembly 4 Soclal Commxttee Cha1rman 4 Amen can Leqlon Oratorxcal Contest 4 Basketball B Team 2 3 Merton o the Movtes 3 CREST 3 Oper etta 2 Escort CREST PATRICIA RUTH DONOVAN GAA 2 3 4 Varstty Basketball 7 3 Varsity Base ball 3 4 Varstty Volleyball 2 3 Scoop 3 4 CREST 4 Tenms 3 Faculty Bowlmq 3 4 Chorus 2 Oper etta 2 GAA F Star and Chevron IVIARCELLA ELLEBRACHT Home Economxcs Club 4 ROBERT WARREN I-IOFER Presxdent Iun1or Class Treasurer Sophomore Class Captam Varsxty Basketball 4 Varslty Base- ball 3 4 Varsxty Volleyball 3 Chorus 2 3 Oper etta 2 3 Escort CREST VINCENT SAMUEL GATTO Wresthng 4 Track 3 RITA MARGARET STONE Operetto 2 3 Chorus 2 3 Skatmq 3 4 Home Economtcs Club 4 Scoop Typlst 4 Page Fourteen .ff l,l.":',-n 1 ' . 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 ' Q . 1 1 ' . . 7 . . ' ' 3 1 1 1 ' ' - 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 I 1 l,,' .1 1 - 1 1 - . 1 , M1 . X . I 1' 1 1 A 1 21 31 41 1 1 - 1 yt 1 , N ,. -J i Dramatics Club 3, 41 "Our Town" 41 Student As- yd I V .I 1 I I 11 17 ft , I 1 1 J 1.- 1 1 " 5 " 1 1 - L I X I 1 1 - - Y 1 J U- ' N ! I " w J tj , f ' 'S' ' 1 1 1' ' 11 1 ' - 1 1 l 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 11 11 1 . 1 1. 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 - I 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 Q 1 HAROLD ARTHUR LEACH Track 4 Wrestlmg 4 Skatmg Club 4 NELL BOYCE Varsrty Softball 2 3 4 Varslty Basketball 2 3 4 Basketball 4 Varsrty Volleyball 3 GAA 2 3 4 Skatmg Club 2 3 4 Rldmg Club 3 4 Dramatxcs Club 4 Home Econorucs Club 4 Chorus 2 3 Oper etta 2 3 GAA F Star and Chevron BETTY IANE FREISE 3 Rrdmg Club 4 Skatlng Club 4 Home Club 4 Dramatlcs Club 4 GAA 2 Economlcs GEORGE LLOYD LEMMON Track 3 4 Vlsual Educahon Staff 4 ROBERT E LEE KILLIAN lMcBr1de Hrgh School 23 Varsrty Basketball 4 Var slty Baseball 4 Our Town 4 B Basketball 3 ROSEMARIE KATHERINE KLING Baseball 2 3 4 Volleyball 2 3 4 Basketball 2 4 Skatmg Club 2 3 4 GAA 2 3 4 Sewing Club 4 R1d1ng Club 4 4:4 CHARLENE LEE DOMERMUTH Pres1dent Art Club 4 County Chorus 4 Operetta 3 4 Art Club 4 Skating Club 2 3 4 Glee Club 4 Scoop and CREST 4 Dramatxcs Club 4 GAA 3 4 DON HAGERTY U, 0 '43 ps Tea Tzme WILLODEAN LONG lBeaumont H1gh School 1 2 31 Dramatrcs Club 4 IESSE DAVIS fCentral Hxgh School 1 2D Wrestling 3 4 Track 3 4 Skatmg 4 IRENE AUBUCHON Home Economlcs Club 4 Dramatxcs Club 4 -fri. wan f""s nf Leach Frerse Krllxan Domermuth Boyce Lemmon Klmg Hagerty Page Fxfteen RALPH MOBERLY Presrdent Semor Class Asslstant Eclrtor Scoop 3 Our Town 4 KMOX School of the Arr 3 Student Basketball Manager 4 Dramatlcs Club 4 Student Assembly 4 Delegate Constrtutxoncrl Conventlon 4 501 'L-.I I Davxs Aubuchon Long Moberly Z Wwe 4- . 1 ' Y 1 H 7 ' ,I ,ll , . f' 1 Q, V . : A: 7 7 - -K is , 5- , ffvlfpga, . - - ' " TY: l"', 1 1 . U h I X A 3, 47 "Our'Town" 4: Art Contest 37 Ridirlg Club 2, , : : ' '. . 1 3, f 4 , "3 Q , A? T A 4 ' 1. -ul 1 4 , 4 6 A 'A I ' fi fx ' C , , x V A .4 V 5 I ' ' ' af ' fi y 1 , W ' ' . 'L'- -Q Arg M , C " .'!'3.i.'l::Q. 4 W - aaa I96 Alexander Lorenz Gordon Kelly Maxemer Foote Nelson Bxndbeutel Patrick Hackett Chapman Lrndner EDWARD JOSEPH ALEXANDER Varsrty Basketball 2 3 4 Varstty Baseball 2 3 4 Varsxty Track 3 4 Scoop and CREST Operetta 2 Escort CREST NORMA DOROTHEA LORENZ Treasurer Dramattcs Club Skatmq Club 2 3 4 Scoop and CREST 4 Rldmg Club 4 Home Econom xcs Club 4 Delegate Constrtutronal Convention 4 Student Assembly 4 Burldmq and Grounds Commtt tee 4 Chaxrman Slogan Publrcatxons Comm1ttee 4 LORRAINE GORDON President Hrkmq Club 4 County Chorus 2 3 4 State Chorus 4 Operetta 2 3 4 Chorus 2 3 4 Dra matxcs Club 4 Our Town 4 GAA 2 3 4 lunror Senior Prom Commlttee 3 Glrls State Contest 3 Pep Squad 4 Scoop 2 3 4 CREST 4 Baseball 2 3 Basketball 3 Faculty Bowlmq 4 CREST Mard Chorus 2 3 4 Operetta 4 RAYMOND ALBERT MAXEINER Treasurer Senior Class Varslty Basketball 3 4 B Basketball 2 3 Dramahcs Club 2 Chorus 2 TRAVIS HOKE FOOTE Our Town 4 GAA 2 3 4 Cheerleader 3 4 Dramatxcs Club 3 4 Rrdmq Club 3 4 Skatmq Club 3 4 Merton of the Movles 3 Scoop 2 3 Operetta 4 Chorus 2 CREST Maid EVELYN NELSON tUn1vers1ty Crtyj JOSEPH BINDBEUTEL Chorus 2 Escort CREST NORMAN PATRICK Skating Club 3 4 BETTY IANE HACKETT B Volleyball 3 Volleyball 2 3 Baseball 2 Sei-:op and CREST 4 Skatmq Club 2 Dramatrcs 4 G A 2 3 MARTHA CHAPMAN County Chorus 3 4 State Chorus 4 Operetta 2 3 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Scoop and CREST 4 GLENN ALLAN LINDNER Page Srxteen 1 1 I 1 1 I 1 f I 7 , . 1 I 1 1 7 I I ' I 1 I I . P 1 - l 1 1 f 1 1 I l : 1 1 : 1 1 : - . . 11 11 , . . I I I I I ' . . V . 1 I - 1 1 I 1 1 F I 1 I I I - 1 1 I . 1 I 1 I 11 11 - . n 1 1 1 - 11 11 , A 1 -1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 I , 11 . 11 , , 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 - f 1 - , . 11 11 , , , 1 1 1 1 I I I , . 'o 'V Ki. 1 'I 1 l I 1 1 AUDREY IOSEPHINE DAVIS GAA 3, 47 Riding Club 41 Home Economics Club 4: Skating Club 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4: Baseball 45 Var- sity Basketball, Volleyball, Baseball 3. PETER STATHES Wrestling 4, Track 3, 4. GLENN lOl-lN Tl-IEISMAN Baseball 3, 4. SHIRLEY MAE FLESCH Chorus 2, 3, 4, County Chorus 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Scoop Typist 4. VERA YVONNE DUBRAY Basketball 3: GAA 2 3 4: Skating Club 2 3 4' Riding Club 4 Home Economics Club 4' Scoop typist CARL VINCENT MUELLER Vice President Senior Class Wrestling 2 on stitutlonal Convention 4 Stamp Sales 4 Escor CREST DONALD FRAZIER MAGOON Wrestling 2 3 Editor CREST 4 Scoop 4 Chorus Band Orchestra 3 4 ALICE MARIE LOVE President Home Economics Club 4 GAA 2 Skating Club 2 3 4 Riding Club 3 4 MARTHA FAYE AUGSPURGER Skating Club 3 4 Pep Squad 4 Riding Club Scoop typist 4 EUGENE WALTER SEXAUER Treasurer Junior Class Varsity Basketball Basketball 2 3 County Chorus 3 Chorus 2 3 O ere ta 2 3 aaa of I9 6 The Wmner ORRIS SYLVESTER WERTS State Chorus 4 County Chorus 3 4 Operetta 2 4 B Basketball 2 Chorus 2 3 4 BETTY IEAN TEBEAU GAA 2 3 Baseball 2 Sf f"' Davis Theisman DuBray Maqoon Auqspurger Werts Stathes Flesch Mueller Love Se xauer Tebeau f Page Seventeen 4 I Q Caao!l96 -R Vosburgh Thels Buettner Kluq RICHARD MASON VOSBURGH Presldent Dramatxcs Club 4 Chazrman Semox Rxnqs 4 Co chauman Constxtutxonal Conventlon 4 Our Town 4 County Chorus 2 3 Chorus 2 3 Operetta 2 3 Track 2 Dramahcs Club 4 MARY BETH Tl-IIES Secretary Iumor Class Delegate Constxtutlonal Conventxon 4 Educattonal Committee 4 Captam Class Volleyball 3 Varslty Baseball 2 3 4 ar stty Basketball 2 3 4 Varslty Volleyball 2 3 Scoop Typxst 4 GAA 2 3 4 Home Economics Club 4 Dramatics Club 4 Our Town 4 Candy Sales 3 EDITH BUE.'I'TNER Presxdent GAA 4 Captam Class Basketball 3 Merton of the Movxes 3 Operetta 2 Dramatlcs Club 3 4 GAA 2 3 4 Volleyball 2 3 Basketball 2 3 4 Baseball 3 4 B Volleyball 3 Scoop and CREST 4 CREST Maxd IOI-IN ADAM KLUG Wrestlxnq 2 3 4 Track 4 Escort CREST WILLIAM KIESEI.. Skatmg 4 ROSEMARY GOOD Dramatxcs Club 3 GAA 2 3 Pep Squad 4 Home Economlcs Club 4 U N O Contest 4 CREST Ma1d VIRGINIA CATHERINE EWALD Skatmq Club 2 3 4 Rxdmg Club 4 Home Econom 1cs 4 Scoop typlst 4 ROBERT OLD ALLAN GILBERT HERRMANN CREST 4 Scoop 3 4 Pep Squad 4 Merton of the Movies 3 Student Assembly 4 Dramatxcs Club 3 Master of Ceremomes Coronatlon GLORIA MAY I-IUTSLER Dramattcs Club 4 Baseball 3 GAA 3 Scoop Ma1d Basketball Coronatlon 4 CREST Maid GLORIA ESTI-IER OTTINGER GAA 2 3 4 Dramatlcs 4 Home Economxcs Club 4 Scoop typxst 4 Our Town 4 PAUL BENNE Baseball 3 IOI-IN I-IOWELLS Chorus 2 3 4 County Chorus 3 ROGER WARD MASON Band 4, Orchestra 4, Escort, CREST I ACQUELINE WICKS Eijfjfcl gfgd KATHERINE OWENS Herrmann Huisler Olfmgel' Benne Page Exghteen 1 7 ' I I , , , , , f : , - , 1 . : : , . . , : V - , . : . : : , , : : , : , : , . . : , . : , : , , 2 . , , : : , . : . : : 1 . . . 5 . , , : : - I . f . . " " . . ' . , . ' : 2 : 3: . . : : , , 2 - :radf ,W all Qdfdniellf We the Class of 1946 do hereby bequeath to our surv1v1ng frrends and enemles to groups and 1nd1v1duals from groups and rndlvrduals all of the lollowrng To Mr Moore we leave the satrsfactron of knowrng he has helped solve some of our many problems CHeres wrshrng hrm luck wrth the Semors of l947l To Mrss Ierzewrak the School Publrcatrons Class leaves 1ts memorres tWe dont want her to thrnk about them too often rt mlght make her sad However we want her to know we had fun and we really drdnt mean any harmll To Mrss Nourse we leave all the underclass men to lrsten to her nlce Southern vorce Clt s really lovelyl To Mrs Dreselhorst the Senlor grrls w1sh to leave the thought that shes been more of a help to us than shell ever know We realrze perv1s1on Thanks Mrs D To Eldeen the Senrors say thanks tor bemg patrent rn answermg endless questrons CWe know she wondered sometrmes lt she was run nrng an rntormatron bureaul To Grlbert Hume we leave Roy Beck s abrl rty to be M C at all school events To Ned Rector we leave Bob Hofers posr tron as captarn ot the Varsrty team We leave Don Magoon s Job as edrtor of the Crest to Norman Bucher To Marvrn Haddox we leave the Margerums abllrty rn Chemlstry class To Sldney Dawson we leave Gerry McCol lum s abrlrty to play the trombone We Wlll D1ck Vosburgh s abrlrty to get along w1th Mr Moore to Bobo Brenner We leave Sonny Werts abllrty ln photog raphy to Howard Gardner Take some good prctures for the annual Howard To lean Patterson we wrll Martha Chap man s lead rn the operetta We wrll to Elarne Brandenburg Pat Dono van s abrlrty to be on the all star teams To Laura Bertelson we leave Charlene Do mermuth s ab1l1ty to be the ottrce asslstant To Ieanre Brenner we wrll Pete Foote s leads rn the Dramatrc Club plays We w1ll Lo Gordon s responsrbrlrty ot play 1ng the plano ln Glee Club to Mrldred Davrs We leave Norma Lorenzs abrlrty 1n art to Dolores Utley To Marrlyn Ottrnger we leave Mary Beth Thtes s good grades We wrll to lrmmy Czechrn Eugene Harl s abrlrty 1n baseball Not that we thrnk you need To Bob Gordon we leave lack Klugs near champronshrp rn the State Wrestlrng tourna ment We leave Leon Lands dancmg abrlrty to Brlly Achter To Bob Becker we leave Ray Maxemers abrllty on the Varsrty team We wrll Norman Patncks ab1l1ty to become a Mar1ne to Corky Plank To Brll Caley we wrll Beanre Gatto s abllrty to break h1s ankle To Mrlton Tegethoff we leave Marv Tebeau s abllrty to come to school every day at noon We leave Betty Tebeau s abrlrty rn baseball to lean Buettner We wrll Audrey ROlhW91lS actmg abrlrty to a future Masquer To Elmer Bock we leave George Lemmon s abrlrty as movre prolector operator CEM of 1946 Page Nmeteen I J , . . : ' A ' I - r r I . , I ' I 1 . I I I l J I ' u . , I I n y n I - n , . , we've grown up in a lot of ways under her su- lt, lim! , I - a 1 n I . , I . . , aaa 0 7947 FIRST ROW: Geno, Whitman, Dolphus, Voohers, Land, Burke, Mudd, Gronemexer Short Arras D Arg nt Krueger Fullmgton Math ews, Hoepf, Byrd, Kummer, Tegethoff. SECOND ROW: Callas, Rempe, Ewald Klosterman Mrller Moody Ehrle Sweet Strassner Moore Booth, Chapman, Chrismer, Daley, Emde, O'Brien, Kropp, Frey. THIRD ROW Stathes Townsend Sredler Brschoff Rader Schaedler Schmidt, Knox, Brenner, Bertelson, Bangert, Williams, Twellman, Stevens, Whrte I Argent Terry FIRST ROW Wrlllams Ahrerrs Scoles ORourke Caley Hmnchs Patrlck Gay Koemg I Hume French Baugher Iueckstock Mc Menamy McGoldrrclc Mrller Guyot SECOND ROW Pohlman Langeneckert Hoppe Ward Monnrg Czescnrn Hagen Krlpairrck Schlar man Harrrs Walker Bucher Rector Whrte Phrllrps G Hume THIRD ROW Farres Seltzner Hampel Woemmel Gardner Herr Duncan Boggs Wmk Lohmeyer Monnrg Dawson Koch Bryan Parker Karser Eckhoff We frrst grve cheer to lunrors dear Who w1th tl'1e1r Candy sales each year GIVS Senrors one nrght of thrrll and romance Wrth therr Annual Drnner Dance Wrthout every Iunlor, Both the tall and the small It wouldnt seem rlght In any Ferguson hall I Page Twenty , , . 64144 o I94 FIRST ROW: Stuckey, Russell, Baugher, Boyce, Argent, A. Centunzi, Baseler, S. Tegethoff, Schuler, P. Davis, K. Centunzi, Fehrman, V. Tegethotf, Glauert, Dolphus, Allen, Thies, Guittar, Jackson. SECOND ROW: I. Young, Howells, Lark, Hepper, Livingstone, C. Young, STGVQDSOYM Wiedle, Miller, Morrison, Franz, Vogelsang, Overy, Haefling, Key, Stowell. THIRD ROW: Kennedy, Zahner, Will, Evelyn Herr- mann, Schmidt, Hawk, Behlman, Rader, Hayward, Utley, Dougherty, Beger, Bradshaw, W. Niehaus, Euehrle, Moberly, Byers. FOURTH ROW: Mitchell, Hepper, Bone, McAllister, Myers, Hagerty, Oppeau, D. Hubert, Hoppe, Roth, Albers, Heckerneier, Kirkpatrick, Borgmann, Behring. FIFTH ROW: I. Bohning, Lowery, Pope, Doughlas, Tesson, Emestine Herrmann, Simon, Mohrman, Hoifert, Gerhart, M, Niehaus, Storkson, Otten, M. Davis. U FIRST ROW Hesskamp Munroe I Smith Hild Fitzgerald Stamer Zoellner Hargrove Negwer Grossherder Stabenow Wooster Kreyllng Hackett Carr Todd Dreckman Staniield Byrd SECOND ROW Davies Werse McKee Oppeau Price Plank Dedert Gotway Murphy Gotway Smopole Maxeiner Fulbright Craft Todd McCoy THIRD ROW Hauser Aydt Davis Krmkerfuss Duncan Kunkel Hartwig Ailslieger Warner Smith Albin Carson Tmdall Schmitz Campbell Lorenz Brndbeutel Otten St ggenborg Gibson Baldwin The Sophomore class totals l5'7 ir all A bewildered arouo a year ago fall To see them now you are sure 'c md Same group ot kids only a difrererit kind Today they are more confident arid keen Much better defined as on the beam Their high school days are halfway through, But as luniors and Seniors they ll remain a fine crew Page Twenty One Shadrach, Nicholson, Nichols, Thompson, Haddoxi McKown, Wright, Flesch, Lawrence, Williams, Wright. FOURTH ROW: Soles, lGardner, Cfaaa o 1949 FIRST ROW: Bacon, Rowden, Lemmon, Churchill, Loehrer, Buettner, Gray, Kobets, lean Tipsword, Davis, Faries, Ioan Tipsword Rozier, Krueger, Brandenburg, Ludwig, Overy, Sexauer, Williams, Brown. SECOND ROW: Cheney, Smither, Blair, Schonde, Weigel, Fischer Danis, Goetz, Winn, Webb, Knecht, DuBray, Carlson, Inman, Crow, Kirkpatrick, Gardner, Hemeyer. THIRD ROW: Martin, Hasty, Paul Garger, Lottman, Layton, Patrick, Meyers, Schneiderjans, O'Brien, Welborn, Woemmel, Stabenow, Ottinger, Burke, Tindall, Iones, Newstadt FOURTH ROW: Geiss, Belew, Wilson, Parker, Creel, Backus, E. Schulle, Smiley, Z. Schulze, Hubert, Shankle, Patterson, Belcher, Lohefener FIRST ROW Scoles Richter Melton Bernstein Dean Wooley Loehrer Gordon Tucker D Smith Braroe D Stammer Marriott Cody Schuster Portertield McKinney Tegethoif Lmdemann Brass SECOND ROW Stabenow C Springer Davis Trail Williams Van Reed Rempe Overturi Underwood Tufte Pruitt Smith Aubuchon B Will Ewald Timme Overstreet Achter Biers THIRD ROW Faudi Long I Rone Smith L Elliot Adams Bradley Sharp Eaves Geno Blake Mottin R Meyers Meyer Heflin D Hilleman Gilliam Richter FOURTH ROW Brenner Ruff Friehoff Capstick Morris Schmitz Towner Lange Freant Skmker Becker E Bock Ehrman Grow Gru ner Thoroughrnan S Swanson Compared to our friends we seem very small But when we are Seniors We hope to be tall We re really happy to be allowed up here, Although September 4 was a day of fear We studied hard stayed home every nlqht Because ot the teachers we all had fr1qht We will be different when next year we re here But our Freshmen day ll always be dear Page Twenty Two I ,'1 .I ', , 1 . 1 1-.1 I., lv, 1 1 '. 1 ,1 I 1 . ' :I 1- 14, 1 .A I 1 1 1 1 1 1 v 1 1 1 1- 1 1 1 1 1 1 , . . . 1 1 1 ED ALEXANDER not wantmg a lot of study halls PAUL BENNE gorng to school a week at a trme IOE BINDBEUTEL exertrng hrmself IESSE DAVIS not wantmg to break a track record BILL DIMOND with blonde harr ALLAN HERRMANN not tryrng to sell ads IOHNNY HOWELLS looking as If he got I2 hours sleep CHARLEY HUDSON without the muslcal horn on hrs car GERRY KELLEY complrmentrng anyone BUSSE KILLIAN rot attemptmg to make people belreve he knows all DAVE LaBERGE askrng a grrl to a school dance HAROLD LEACH berng anythmg but natural ROGER MASON not askmg stupld questrons rn class BOB MEYER bemg a Casanova RALPH MOBERLY without that dry sense of humor C V MUELLER wrthout a crew cut GENE SEXAUER bemg serrous PETE STATHES wrthout that husky vorce GUS TI-IEISMAN not fallmg asleep lst perrod IRENE AUBUCHON not showmg pxctures of Harlan MARTHA AUGSPURGER gettmg excrted CARROLL BECKER wrthout a Smlle VERN BITTNER not havmg a lot of mcknames NELL BOYCE runmng around wrth a drfferent crowd AUD BOWDEN w1th long narr EDIE BUETTNLR not wantmg to do someth1ng she shouldnt IEAN CASEY not grgglmg NELL CARROLL not actmg unconcerned AUDREY DAVIS w1th olrve skrn AUDREY Illustrrous noble threatener ALICE Noble 1llustr1ous BETTY Blessed oath of God BERNADINE Cmldlrke rnrxocent CARROLL Strong valrant CHARLENE Strong valrant DOROTHY Grit of God EDITH Rrch grft happmess prosperrty EVELYN Youth GLORIA Glory HELEN Brrght as the dawn HARRIET Ever rrch and powerful IRENE Messenger of peace peaceable IEAN The Lord s grace IOAN The Lords grace IUDITH She who prarses IACKIE Begurlmg KATHERINE Pure and vrrtuous LaVERNE Meanmg uncertain LORRAINE Meanmg uncertam LUCILLE Born at the daybreak LOIS Desrrable MARTHA Becommg better MARCELLA Fearless and brave MARIE Drstressed tearful NELL Lrght brrght as the dawn NORMA A rule or standard PAT Of noble brrth ROSEMARY Has great remembrance ROSALEE Farr as cr rose RITA Precrous beautrful SHIRLEY Meanrng uncertam TRAVIS A rock or stone all ll nlaglne IEANNE DAVIS speaklng slowly VERA DuBRAY not wantmg to skrp school MAURY ELLEBRACHT wrtnout a tall boy friend VIRGINIA EWALD wrthout any make SHIRLEY ELESCH belng nolsy BETTY FREISE welghlng 200 pounds ROSIE GOOD wrth black harr BUNNY GRAF w1th empty closets DOT GRIERSON not lookmg neat BETTY I-IACKETT nth straxght harr BERNIE HANCOCK not entertarnrng people LUCILLE HECKEMEIER bemg sarcastrc GLO HUTSLER not berng a lot of fun ROSALIE KELLER not studylng DOT KIRKPATRICK wrthout those blue eyes ROSEMARIE KLING not teasmg someone DEAN LONG not thrnkmg of somethmg crazy to do wrth Charley AL LOVE as a midget EVELYN NELSON gomg out w1th the same person twrce VERA OTTEN berng anythmg but sweet GLORIA OTTINGER not tellrng a Joke KATY OWENS lettmg anyone change her mmd MARIE RAUCH wrthout llCl1I' way past her shoulders IUDY ROZIER not cooperatlng RITA STONE wlthout that walk HARRIET THORNAM sxttmg st1ll for an hour LOIS TIMME not tryrng to make people belxeve somethmg that rsnt true D I WILLE not strckrng up for someone else CL if fl d dine VIRGINIA A vrrgm chaste WILLODEAN Meanlng uncertaln ALLAN Cheerful huntlng dog he who IS fast CARL Strong manly CHARLES Of gre t strength manly DAVE Beloved DALE A small valley DICK Generous benevolent DON Proud chxef EDWARD Guardran of happmess EUGENE Well born GERALD Powerful spearman GEORGE A farmer GLENN A small valley HAROLD A leader of the army IACK The Lords grace JOHN The Lords grace IESSE Wealthy also the Lord exrsts IOSEPI-I I-Ie wno shall mcrease LEE A pasture or meadow LEON A hon lronhearted MARVIN Martral warllke NORMAN Man of the North ORRIS Meanrng uncertarn PAUL Small gentle PETER A stone or a rock RALPH Pure OISIDI rested help RAYMOND VVISE quret and peaceful ROBERT Brrght rn councrl ROGER Spear of flame ROY A krng VINCENT A conqueror WILLIAM Defender protector of many shield Page Twenty Three O 0 . . I . 'up' ' GINNY CORNE not lurking. ' IACKIE wrcrcs wlth Q 20-word vocabulary. A f , m,4,,,,JR,1 az School Pub Workmq"""' Remember the Xmas Danc English Enthusiasts 5 Hold It' Want Some Candy' The Queen Looks Doubtful' Quite a Collection' School Pub Still Working Page Twenty Pour Barb Makes Pretty lor Camera' Accidents Will Happen' Look' Soap Carvings' O al' Q 1- - ' . . . 1- . 1- . 2-Posture Perfection! 2-Service With a Smile! 21Look5 Inieresfing! 3- e? 3- . 3- . . 4- . . ? 4- . . l l - . 5- - . . ! 4- . . QK JL Spcbrts afffl s...! FIRST ROW Rector McCollum Alexander Hofer Bucher Duncan Maxemer SECOND ROW Coach Burgess Woemmel Czeschrn Hagen Trndall Sexauer Moberly fmanagerl In Splle ot 1ts uneventful record the Vars1ty Basketball team thls year proved to be one of the scrapplest and most sportsmanllke teams tn the County League Desplte the 16 losses and only two w1ns the Comets played dog gedly and sprrrtedly to the end Usrng the corn blned forces of Gerry McCollum Bob Hoter Ed Alexander Dtck Duncan and Ray Max erner Coach Burgess W1tnessed many close games lost by merely one or two pornts Although Ferguson partlcrpated 1n many tour naments 1t farled to place The season opened Ferguson Mehlvllle fBayless Tournamentl Ferguson Valley Park tBayless Tournamentl Ferguson Berkeley Ferguson Rrtenour Ferguson Farrvxew Ferguson Rrv vrew Ferguson Country Day Ferguson Hancock tNormandy Tourneyl Ferguson Wellston CNorrnandy Tourneyl Ferguson Ienmngs Ferguson Rrvervrew Ferguson St Peters Ferguson Falrvlew Ferguson Valley Park tFerguson Tourneyl Ferguson Iennrngs Ferguson 28 65 Country Day Ferguson 3l 47 Berkeley Ferguson 35 57 Normandy CSub Begronalsl wrth the Bayless tourney tn whrch the Comets lost to both Valley Park and Mehlvllle In the Normandy tourney whlch followed Ferguson won 1ts flrst game of the year 1n deteatlng Hancock but unfortunately lost the next nrght to Wellston At home 1n the Ferguson tourney they dropped the tlrst nrght to Valley Park the tournament ended ln favor of Brentwood The close ot the season showed a loss for Fer guson to Normandy rn the Sub Reglonals The record of the games IS as follows t Come to Baby ' Page Twenty Srx O Z, Fwd, t kkyi , Q ., V L V ,4, 34 38 ' ' 3l 37 20 36 ZC 46 ' 28 38 ' ' 42 44 ' er ' 34 50 ' 26 Z4 36 55 39 40 ' 38 33 ' ' 37 33 . 20 47 ' ' 32 37 33 43 ' if fl' e N slr, cc as K Z?adLef6a! FIRST ROV Coach Mrtcnerl Maxexner Staggenborg Becker Haddox McKcwn Ehrman SECO JD FCVN Loehrer Bock Frerhoff Bren er Gressne der Duncan Ruif Stanfleld The B team ended 1ts season very success tully wlth l0 wms and tour losses Resembllng the spectacular Meatgrmders of two years ago they crashed through vrctory alter vlctory generally wmnmg by 30 even 40 pomts Coached by Mr Mrtchell the team started the season green and mexperrenced but soon rose to a hrgh standrng rn the County League Led by Captam Bob Becker Irm McKown Marvrn Haddox Norman Schuster Bob Stag genborg and Arrnond Maxelner the team lost Inf! IN llrllr If' 1ts trrst game tn a close ba tle wrth Berkeley but Won the next from Rltercur 53 to ll Therr Wrnnmg spurt contmued for srx games when they lost to Country Day Cnce agam the on slaught contmued for three games when they lost a very close one to Far VIGW At the end of two more games bot'1 vwon by large mar gms they entered the Rrvervrew B team tour nament to emerge wrth he second place trophy after losmg to Rrverfrew lf the mem bers of the team mamtam thrs record next year Ferguson should place rr tne tournaments The record of the seasor was Ferguson Ferguson Ferguson Ferguson Ferguson r erguson Ferguson Ferguson Ferguson Ferguson Ferguson Ferguson Ferguson rfzge T Nenty Seven Berlcelev Fqrr ue Rtv rvtev Count y Dir Ienmn s Rv r xp J Pet F rru Ienrmgs B rke ev A tton 'Fl e vrew Tournarrentl B rke ef Ftv r ren Toumynentl R11 rvtefv Rue Jr J Tournrmentl Kg Q 16 20 ' A Ferguson 53 ll Ritenour ' 39 20 "" ,w ' 24 l9 ' e ' '. 26 30 . r 1 34 l0 ' 3 ' A - 24 l9 rev'-v 45 l6 St. ers ' 32 37 1' ' 'ew 25 21 I f' 53 21 e 1 Q 34 23 f 7 ' . 32 2l e Q' Lev" f. 34 " e 'Q 1 " 7' 'eu' 1 f FIRST ROW Bryan tmanagerj Caley Wrllzams Albin Kluq Leach Land Coach McCollum SECOND ROW Gatto Rempe McGol duck Soles Thompson Achter Gordon Hargrove medfgng Edin Dunng the wrestllng season of 1945 46 Per gusons wresthng team part1c1pated ln n1ne meets losmg all ot them ln sp1te of these re sults the team fought persxstently never g1v 1ng up and always show1ng the Ferguson sp1r1t However the cons1stent losses were not shared by all the members of the team Leon Land and lack Klug won repeatedly each los mg but one match ap1ece tn h1gh school meets Unfortunately the graduatmg class w1ll cla1m CLont1nued or page Q6 FIRST ROW Alexander M11 er Loehrer Kxlhan Brenner Long Ruff SECOND ROW 'lsiheesnfan Putrrck Czeschm Rector Monmg OHourke Tebeau Boggs tmanagerj Gay C O UID afiegaf iam Th1s year ushered 1n a new schedule tor boys sports Breakmg all precedent baseball opened the lntramural sports program and was d1v1ded rnto tall league games and sprlng practrce Th1s change ellmlnated volleyball as an mterleague sport although 1t remarned ln the physlcal educatlon curnculum Because of the lnclement weather prevarhng dunng the spnng months the county coaches dec1ded to take advantage of the autumn sunsh1ne and fCont1nu R1 page 561 McNab Carson Woemmel Hudson Harl Phrlhps Page Twenty E ght X FIRST ROW Boggs Smlth P Sch 1tz Dale Maggerum Mr Ulbrxght Maxemer Dave Margerum Bradley SECOND ROW Overturf Grow Krte Werss Rone W Schmrtz 5 ennw ' " Wrth the el1m1nat1on of sprrng baseball for the frrst tlme 1n years, a new sport was added to the compet1t1ve 11st for Ferguson athletes Sponsored by Mr Ulbrlght, the Tennrs Club prachced throughout the warm sprlng months to prepare themselves for srngles and doubles matches Wllh other schools Two meets wrth other teams were defrnltely scheduled and others were ant1c1pated Our boys are certarn to make a success of these tournaments and contrnue tennrs at Ferguson I'aC Track season rs not over yet so the tmal re sults cannot be g1ven However, the team looks farrly strong and a good season IS an trcrpated by Coach Mrtchell Up to date Fer guson has partrcrpated rn two track meets, wmnmq one and losrng one lts frrst meet was Won dec1s1vely by defeatmg Berkeley, ll2 to 15 The second meet was lost to Iennmgs by a score of 79 V2 to SZV2 The clrmax of the season wrll be the Clayton lnvrtatronal Tournament TOP ROW T Smlth Hulsey Land Ward Duncan Bucher Hofer Klug Stathes LaBerge I Gardner C Lange Marrott Mr Gordon Plank 11 Page Twenty Nme ZW 0 yr J Mitchell. SECONDD itow: IlllcKown,'G. Hume, Becker, E. back, Hagen, Albin, 'Caley, rench, Overstreet, Rempe, Van heed, Phlllips .97 Vinh it 34 .AWLAL ll0ll:f l School s Out' 2 Arr Fhght' 3 FFHS's Horsewoman' Bucher Looks On! How Ya Dom', Bev? Try Washing lt. Bo S A 's Ofhcers' Bell Bottom Trousers' Home on Leave' Guess Who Won? The Navy Again' Page Thxrty Comm Down the Home Stretch' Beautiful, Norm' Congratulations, Candxdates! Dream' + lf A 3 ' , ,M . W P-'-n. I , . , 3.gl3ji, I ' A :J . 3 3 f f I A xx 7 A 5 A f f Q 2, A gg a A . K r, 4 5 O O 2 - ' - 1- 1- . 1- ' ' . - ' ' . 2- ' 2- . 2- ' . -. u 3- ' b! 3- . 3- ' ' - - - ' . 4- ' . 4- . ulowq Any Room for Us" Looks Lxke Fun Was It a Hn' 4 Sxx Hxts and a Mxss' SP' Rldmq High' One Smxle m the Crow Day Off for Pub Class Gym Class U1 Achon P qc Thutf Om: J 2 FQ alfllflg llfl At It Agcnn' They re Home for a Lmle Whxle' Men' Smxle Day for Mr Moore' 5-Slurpl Wx ,A W ' I 1 . y I, 1 'I K . I - IJ. 8 X is Q. . A. X 1 ss x, X - a ' i , ' ' I , to I X. 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G ,ef FIRST ROW Brown Carroll McKown Buettner Haddox Thornam Lemmon SECOND ROW Foote Brenner Mrs Dxeselhorst Dono van Boyce Buehrle Gordon Roz1er Mrller Gronemerer Ottmger Byers Bradshaw Young Becker THIRD Knox Argent 954,41 The Ferguson Hrgh G1rls Athlet1c Assoc1a t1on has completed 1ts th1rd year of act1v1t1es under the sponsorsh1p of Mrs D1eselhorst The tollowmg g1rls made up the 1946 G A A board Presldent Edxth Buettner Vlce President Nell Carroll Secretary Treasurer Harrtet Thornam Charrman Socxal Commrttee Carroll Becker Chalrman Pomt Commxttee Lorraxne Gordon Baseball Manager LaVerne Groneme1er Basketball Manager Pat Donovan Volleyball Manager Nell Boyce Tenn1s Manager Esther Hoppe Track Manager Betty Buehrle Comrmttee members Ianet Bradshaw Ieanle Brenner Nancy Brown Pete Foote Barbara Mlller Marrlyn Ot Q tmger Iudy Rozler Carole Young Beverly Byers Berna dme Hancock Mary Ann Knox Mary Ann Lemmon Members of the GAA who earn 100 pomts for achrevement ln sports are awarded athlet1c letters Unllke boys the glrls do not earn let ters rn each sport but 1nstead they accumulate polnts for team rnembershrp capta1ncy squad leaders grades wrnnmg tournaments and any other outstandmg athlet1c ach1evement If a g1rl earns 200 pomts a star IS added to her letter All those recervmg honors for the sec ond year ga1n chevrons to supplement thelr letters On the soclal Slde the hrghhght of the G A A Page Thirty-Two FIRST ROW Churchxll lN1ll1ams Overy Tebeau Thres Domermuth Grrerson Ottrnqer a ey Ewald V DuBray Frerse I-Iuts er Bowden A Davrs Klmq Brttner Crow Wexqel Flscher SECOND ROW Rowden Loehrer M run Getss Sexauer Ludwrq Gray Krueger Kobets Cheney Farres Rozxer I DuBray I-Iemeyer Schonde Layton Gardner Herrmann Smrthe THIRD ROW Schr1e1der1ans Patter son Hubert Shankle Patrrck Belew Stabenow Burke Backus Creel Herrmann Woemmel Lottman Dams Ttndall Webb Wmn Knech' Mrs Dteselhorst act1v1t1es tor the year was the annual Back ward Dance held March l The qtrls were re spons1ble tor aettlnq the dates prov1d1nq cor saqes and tootma the refreshment btll Fol lowmq a precedent establlshed last year Leon Land was added to the honorary members and all four boys recerved GA A pms The board wtll forward the pm to Ioe Slpple who g,4,4 out the theme ot the dance Leon was pre sented wtth an art1t1c1al orchrd corsaqe The G A A attamed two ObJ9CllV9S thts year rt establtshed a wrltten const1tut1on and ob The purpose of the orqantzatton IS to spon sor all qtrls extra currrcular acttvtttes and to lS recuperatmq tn Wrsconstn To further carry foster good sportsmansleup FIRST ROW Jean Dolphus Iuel Dolphus Normadme Mrller Thres Younq Key Stow l Moberly Wredle Kennedy Schmtat Chap man Nrenaus Roth Arras Voohers Gutttar Allen Baseler SECOND ROW Boys Lark I-Iopp Nancy Mzller Franz Morrrson Burke Krueger stathes Calls Ewald Frey Btschoft Klosterrran Mudd Hoepf Albers Myers Huber' TI-'IRD RON Rempe Sweet Ehrle Utley Dougherty Beqer Emde Moody Mohrwtan Lowery Dav1s Gerhart Nlehaus Storkson Te or Orr: au Haqerty MCAIIISIGT Mrs Dxesel hors! Argent Page Thrrty Three 1 ' , ' ' , , ' , - c 3 -f , I 1 I I O , A r I , - I - I 1 . . ' tained pins for its members. Stnke two' Three balls' And so Coach Dre To hold therr h1gh posrtlon rn lnterclass FIRST ROW Captams N Boyce M Burke D Hubert I Buettner SECOND ROW Thornam A Davrs M Thres Dolphus D Ar gent B Argent Lark Wexdle Brown Smrther Ianet Rozrer THIRD ROW Donovan Klmg Domermuth Hoepf Voohers Arras Beg Utley W Nrehaus Schonde Crow Layton FOURTH ROW Hutsler E Buettner V DuBray Krueger Rempe Dougherty M Davrs Hoppe Woemmel Belew I Hubert Stabenow FIFTH ROW Tebeau Iudy Rozrer Gordon Gronemerer Bzschoft Klosterman Roth Albers SIXTH ROW Carroll Brttner Mxller Mudd Knox Mrs Dreselhorst Mohrman M Nrehaus Gerhart Creel Lottman E Herrmann Cheney gadegaf Z?aaLefAaf selhorst ump1red the grrls excltrng rnterclass baseball tournament Tough competltron was offered by each team under the respectrve cap talns N Boyce semor M Burke Junror D Hubert sophomore andI Buettner freshman Although the Iunror team ran a close second 1n the race the Senrors were trrumphant Stu dent offrcrals were B Mlller P Donovan S Stabenow Iane-tRoz1er and M A Knox sports the Semors agarn trounced over the lower classmen by w1nn1ng the basketball tournament Also malntamrng therr hrgh stand 1ng were the Iunrors who drsplayed unusual skrll throughout the tourney Though defeated rn close games by the two top teams the Freshmen srx upset the Sophomore team Class captalns were Thornam senror Mrller Junror, Hoppe sophomore Stabenow freshman FIRST ROW Stabenow Hoppe Mrller Thornam SECOND ROW Crow Belew IanetRoz1er Baseler Lark D Argent Mudd Thres Becker A Davrs THIRD RON Rowden Brown I Buettner B Argent Wredle Utley Voohers Dolphus Hoepf Donovan Boyce Klrng FOURTH ROW I Hubert Layton Srnrther Bradshaw Young D Hubert Klosterman Rempe Bunce E Buettner Iudy Rozrer Carroll Teoeau FIFTH ROW Knech Creel Ottrnger Gerhart Nrehaus Roth Albers Mrs Dreselhorst Knox Arras Gronemerer nv gli Page Thrrty Four 7 :. , . ,. ,. . : , . , . , ,. - 1- 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 '1 1 1 GY1 1 -- 1 1 1 - 5 1 - 1 - 1 1 1 1- 1 1 1 1- 1 - 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 - 1 - 1 - - 1 1 - 1 1 - 1 1 , . , . . 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I 'A ' A t ,, . 1.5 ' Because of weather condltlons the volley At the close of the lntramural tournaments FIRST ROW Creel Brown Belew Layton Moberly Gerhart Roth Nlehaus Mudd Voohers Hoepf Gordon Carrotl Buettner Klmg SECOND ROW Woemmel Schonde Hubert Smrther Hubert Lark Nrehaus Hoppe Bas ler Gronemerer Argent Burke Arras Tebeau Boyce Davrs Thres THIRD ROW Stabenow Rozrer Wexqel Argent Bradshaw Younq Oppeau Mrs Dlese horst Knox Mrller Brenner Donovan Rozrer Bowden B1ttner Mfegdaf Affsfafr ball season thls year was 1n the sprmq mstead of fall Tuesday afternoons found all volleyball partrclpants practrcmq serves and set ups 1n horst coached many VIQOIOUS pract1ces 1n prep aratlon for the mtramural tournament Class Captams were Carroll sen1or Voohers Junlor Gerhart sophomore and Brown freshman the four class captalns met Wllh Mrs Dlesel horst and the manager of each sport to subm1t the names of ellqtble members for the All Star qested and the resultlnq number made up the Varslty team Thls membershlp offers 25 polnts toward a school letter plus the honor of bemq one of the top thlrteen ln the sport A BASEBALL A BASKETBALL A VOLLEYBALL CENTER CLOCKWISE Hoppe Beqer LEFT TO RIGHT Thles Burke Arras LEFT TO RIGHT Thles N Boyce M1ller Layton Thles M11ler Gronemexer Boyce Knox Stabenow Mlller Rozxer Gerhart Knox Rozrer Gerhart Hoppe Gronemexer Hubert Stabenow Knox Tebeau Donovan Gronemerer, Mudd Thornam CENTER Vooners Donovan Burke CENTER Stab Burke Hoppe Donovan enow Carroll Page Thxrty Frve an effort to make the class team. Mrs. Diesel- team. All present then voted on the qirls suq- fl Ong 0I'l'lQl'6L fl0l'l -Shave and a Haircut-Six Bits! -Watch Out!! -Hunger Prevails! -Help from Doc ! Tea Party! Kilroy Died Here! Christmas Dance! "F" Pins for Tournamen . Yea! Ferguson!!! Page Thirty-Six Up. Up and Away! Break lt Up. Kilpatrick! Conference! I Now Pronounce You Guess Who? Another Iohnny OHara Bernie Gets a Hold! - -Q., s ' g . I-R ? UQLJMQ Clubs I'6lI'I'LCLflC A Look at the Hats' The seventh year of the Dramatlcs Club w1ll be remembered tor tts product1on ot Thornton Wtlder s Our Town, presented on lanuary 14 The setttnq of Our Town was Grovers Cor ners New 1-lampshlre from 1901 to 1913 The story 1S that of two small town famlltes thelr dally lrves love marrlage and death Emlly daughter of Mr and Mrs Webb marrted George son of the Glbbs, tmmedlately follow tng therr hlgh school graduatton In the thtrd act whtch takes place 1n the Vtllage graveyard after her death Emtly dectded to rellve her hte Dlsregardtng the protests of her trtends she chose her twelfth brrthday only to fmd rt was not what she expected She returned to her grave Convmced human bemgs do not rea11ze l1te whrle they ltve rt Although the presentatton was unusual 1n that only a mmtmum ot stage sets and props were used 1t was heartlly recelved by the audlence On the Monday tollowmg the productton Mr Thomas Moore drrector of the play enter tamed the enttre cast IH the hlgh school audl torturn Durmg the ftrst semester, the Dramattcs Club held a meetlng every Monday The tollowtng olhcers were elected Prestdent Dtck Vosburgh v1ce presldent Ieanne Davts secretary Iudy Rozter treasurer, Norma Lorenz The cast of Our Town was as follows Stage Manager Vlalter Schmttz Dr Grbbs Roy Beck Ioe Crowell Lawrence Hackett Howle Newsome Paul Guyot Mrs Gtbbs Iackte Argent Mrs Webb LaVerne Bxttner George Gtbbs Tom Plank Rebecca Gtbbs Carroll Ann Becker Wally Webb lerry Smxth Emtly Webb Travrs Foote Professor Wtl lard Gxlbert Hume Mr 'Webb Henry Aydt Women 1n Audl tortum Charlene Domermuth Mary Ann Knox Ann Mudd Srrnon Stunson Bob Hagen Mrs Soames Mary Beth Thtes Constable Warren B111 Harrts Baseball Players Bruce Boggs Lee Kmlltan Sam Cratg Ralph Moberly Ioe Stoddard Drck agers Iudy Rozxer Barbara M1ller People ot the Town Mary Ann Lemmon Hope Wtllrams Iune Gardner Shxrley Emde Au drey Rothwetl Rosemary Booth lean Voohers Audrey Bowden Delores Churchtll Stage Techn1c1an Graham Smtth Stage As ststants I-toward Gardner hm Davts Make up Assrstants Ber nadtne Hancock Nell Boyce Ttckets Glorta Ottrnger Pro grams Bunny Graf Posters Dorothy Grterson FIRST ROW Mr Moore Brown Lemmon Churchrll Voohers Young Land Becker Key Overy Gardmer Foote Mudd Long Bow den Corne Thornam Buettner Wtlltams SECOND ROW Thtes Ottmger Davrs Rempe Good Shankle Domermuth Rothwell Mohr man Schaedler Grterson Emde Hutsler Arras Hackett Fretse Boyce Llvmgstone THIRD ROW Moody Daley Hancock Patterson Lorenz Casey Graf Blttner Brenner Bertelson Love M1ller Rozrer Gordon Buettner Argent Ehrle Sweet Booth FOURTH ROW Gor don Knox Guyot Stowell Elllot Plank Hume Schmttz Srmth Vosburgh Moberly Beck Harrts Hagen Gard1ner Aydt Carroll Hackett Page Thxrty E1ght 0 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 , . I I - 1 I 1 I 1 I .', ll ll . 1 ' 7 - ' 1 2 ' 1 I 1 T , , 1 1 : . 1 1 1 I : 1 I 1 I 1 1 11 11 , 5 ' , 7 - ' 1 I - 1 7 ' 1 11 11 I 1 I 1 1 I 7 ' 1 I - 1 T ' 1 7 1 1 ' ' ' ' ' 1 ' 1 7 1 ' ' ' ' I ' Vosburghg Organist, Lorraine Gordony Assistant Stage Man- . 1 1 1 1 1 7 1 I I I ' I I I V I ' 1 1 1 1 , , ' . 1' J , - 1 1 : - I I 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 , 7 , 5 - ' 1 I 1 - : . 1 I1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 - 1 1 1 1 - Z 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 A 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I1 1 1 I - ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - For the flnal dramattc productron of the year the Semors selected Tovarlch a two act play by Iacques Deval Mr Moore Senlor sponsor d1rected thts hllanous comedy fllled w1th mlrth and laughter Departmq from the customary one ntqht run the play was presented on two successrve mghts May 27 and 28 due to the large attend ance at prevlous performances The story beams tn a Panstan qarret where a qrand duchess and her husband a former Cossaclc general are maklnq fun of the1r pov erty stncken cond1t1on ln reallty they have a qreat deal of money tn the Bank of France whrch they refuse to touch lnstead they take Jobs as butler and ma1d 1n a banker s famlly At a dlnner party qwen by the1r employers the two are recoqnlzed by the promrnent quests one 1n partxcular a Sovtet comm1ssar who has caused them to suffer qreatly and whom they hate for he 15 one of the Busslans who IS trymq to take the1r fortune from them Be cause of h1s potent and convmcmq speech the two rel1nqu1sh the1r gold and dec1de to go on workmq under the1r present condltlons The productlon requ1red more elaborate stage sets than usual so 1t was necessary to provrde four separate scenes Mr Leftwtch and the shop classes constructed the frames and Mr Ballard dtrected hrs art classes ln the pamtmq of the scenery Most of the members of the cast fur rushed the1r own costumes and loaned the fur mture and spec1al propertres was ,W Ql'll0l" Cl? N I I The cast was as follows Prmce Mlkall OLIGTIQI Boy Bec Grand Duchess Tan uni Petrovnr Trcvxs Foote O51 Iudy Romer Count Brekenskl Carl Mueller Chaufto r1erDub1eft D1ck Vos burqh Martelleuu Drle Marqeruwt Fe nande Dupont La 'Verne Btttner Charles Dupont Fa ph Moberly Louise Pat Donovan Geo ae D pont Dcvd LaBerqe Helene Du pont Carroll Becker Ccncxerqe F11 Maxemer Madame Von Hemert l.or alne Gordon Nga me Choutfourler Dub1etf Posalre Keller Jnd Corrrr ss rr Gorotchenko Ger ald M Collum ST RON McCollu 1 K l r L B rqe P1 ner Beck Mr Moor G rd Muell r R er e tv' r Ll o J rty Q SND R?W 'Burrell Ottmqer Klmq Hecker' er Dornermuth Bowden K .xg Dave Marzgerxxrx Tue Eu tner avts n C1 otnwet P ge Th1rtyNme Ihr P mule' of Furnzfilfta QI"Qffa The clrmax of the musrc actrvrtres for the current year was the presentatron of Car melrta an operetta wrrtten by Helen Baqq and Nrno Marcellr Wrth the combrned efforts of the chorus and orchestra the productlon was presented March 26 Mr Crawford drrected l lu: melztu 1661011111111 Page Forty the musrcal score and Mr Moore coached the dramatrcs The story took place rn MGXICO at the trme of Spanlsh settlement when Amerrcan explor ers frequently found themselves tn forerqn ter ntory Carmellta a young MGXICGH qrrl rs be trothed to a wealthy but elderly senor Don Pablo Her brother Carlos IS extremely anx rous for the marrraqe to take place for Don Pablo wrll add prestlqe to the famlly How ever the appearance of an Amencan party of explorers complrcates matters when Car melrta falls rn love wrth Henry Post thelr leader After the Amerrcans drscover that therr horses and quns were stolen by Carlos Carmehta helps them to escape only to have them run rnto an lndran attack whrch they thwart The arr1val of Dona Consuelo once to free herself of her enqaqement and qo wrth Henry Wlth everyone reconcrled the story ends The members of the cast were as follows Senora Valverde Charlene llomerrnuth Carlos Corky Plank Carrnelrta Martha Cnaprnan luamta Sally Stab enow Lursa Lorrarne Gordon Dona Consuelo Laura Bertelson Don P blo Gerry McCollum lose Arrnno Fran crs Ward Henry Post monny Werts Pat OToole Dave Al rn Sa ly Spencer Snrrley Bowden Iuan Alberta Leon Land Amellta Mane Rauch Dolores Audrey Rothwell Manuel Bob Bryan Spanrsh soldlers Art Soles Marvrn Haddox hm Mcliown and Gerry Kelly the betrothed of Don Pablo, enables Carmelita l lb' : It , I: ' V, 'if FIRST ROW Herrmann Mzss Ierzewiak Gordon Rozler Grxerson Magoon SECOND ROW Hancock Bittner Carroll Dawson Boker Thornam Wille Donovan M Chapman Lorenz Domermuth Buettner Hackett To simplify the publication ot the paper and the annual a School Publication class open to Iuniors and Seniors was added to the curricu lum Conducted by Miss Regina lerzewiak the class offers a practlcal laboratory for de veloping wr1tmg and reporting abilities ln ad dition to learning the basic principles ot Jour nalism the members of the class were respon sible for two maior publicatlons the CREST and the Scoop as well as the Town Talk News The Scoop is issued every two weeks and the statt positions are held for the duration of three issues thereby giving everyone an op portun1ty to render his services 1n various ca pacities Lorraine Gordon was the first editor whose Job was collecting articles from the re porters and assembling the paper dummy. Pat Donovan Harriet Thornam ludy Rozier and Carroll Becker succeeded as editors. Many sparks ot genius were ignited in such achieve- ments as poems, headlines, and columns. A few of these were artistic headings and car- toons, attractively arranged by Dorothy Grier- son and Charlene Dornermuth. Sources of news varied from Chatterbox and student con- tributions to editorials, poems, humor, and scoopings submitted by the staff. The reporters also have a faculty member, appointed as their SIA00! Cd it 0l'l5 run to contact tor news Mr Wamsers short hand H class so graciously typed stencils and aided 1n mimeographmg the paper The out standing issue ot the year came out April Fool s day which was a copy of misinformation orig 1nated by students in the publications class CCOntinued on page 503 Yfnn' Nwllflll IS .llIlII'f'SSI'll.' Page Forty-One FIRST ROW Kobets Geno Ianet Rozrer Bowden Young Moberly Wredle Ahrens Rrchter Brass Bernstem Ruff Hargrove B Gordon Dreckman P Davts Schonde Knecht Lemmon W1lhUmS SECOND ROW Crow Paul Vogelsang Cheney Nrehaus Byers Rauch Carr Ewald Land B Flesch Van Reed Woemmel Lottman Roth Stabenow Bradshaw Layton THIRD ROW McAll1ster Patter son I Chapman Martrn Wezgle Ward Elhot Soles McKee Sharp Dedert Haddox Creel Ottmger Emde Mudd Garger Belew FOURTH ROW L Davrs Frey Heckemeler S Flesch Rempe Howells Plank Hume Kllpatrlck Smrth Shadrach Maqoon Mcliown Bryan Mrller L Gordon Judy Romer Parker Myers FIFTH ROW Bertelson M Chapman Rothwell Lowery Harrrs Albm Tmdall Blake P Schmrtz Mr Crawford McCollum W Schmltz Becker Campbell Rader M Davzs Domermuth Tesson I CH Dunng the second perlod of every school day strams ot mus1c 1ssue from the speech room ln wh1ch the Glee Club under the ca pable d1rect1on of Mr Crawford labors over songs to be sung at 1ts drtterent programs of the year W1th a memoershlp of approxr 1 Fly Traps mately one hundred the chorus lS ClCISS1ll9d as flrst and second sopranos altos and tenors and bar1tones and basses Anyone rn hlgh school IS quahhed to Joln recelvmg a one halt credlt and a letter for each year s membershrp The muslcal score ranges from rellglous muslc to the more popular tunes lncludlng some ot Fred XNOTIHQS arrangements The most rmportant presentatrons ot 1ts many mu s1cal GCl1Vll19S were the Chrrstmas Program the Operetta the Sprmg Concert the County Musrc Festlval and also the vocals tor the Baccalaureate and Commencement Exerc1ses A group of approxrmately hfteen students was selected from the chorus to part1c1pate ln the County Chorus Whose membersh1p con slsted ot students from the county schools Bob D1eCkmann loan Chapman Martha Chapman Lyda Geno Lo Cordon Gerry Kelley Don Magoon Barb Mrller Tom Plank Iudy ROZIGT Marlene Wergle and Bonny Werts represented Ferguson Th1s vear for the tlrst tlme Ferguson also sent tour students Martha Chapman Lo Gordon Tom Plank and Sonny Werts to Spnngheld for the All State Chorus The sea son closed wlth the Sprmg Concert followed by a dance a precedent establlshed last year Page Forty Two 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 - C 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 3 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 7 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 . 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 - 1 1 1 I - I ' I I - , , . 1 . . 1 1 . 1 . 1 -1 1 1 1 1 I . 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FIRST ROW ORourke Brown Beger Stevens Bertelson Davxs Chnsmer Howells Fehrman Duncan SECOND ROW Walker Hemeyer Utley Wmn Webb Bangert Buehrle Stevenson Wooley Hesskamp THIRD ROW Frerhoff McCollum Magoon Adams Wrrght Towner Smxth Carson Neqwer Gruner Grosshemder Dawson Craft FOURTH ROW Ehrman Mr Crawford Thls year the band developed mto one of the best ever produced at Ferguson l-hgh School Under the competent and drrvrng d1 rect1on of Mr Wllford B Crawford the organl zatlon accompllshed beauttful and d1ff1cult works Members of the band and orchestra made the good name of Ferguson known state w1de by thetr excellent performance 1n the State Band and Orchestra that played for the State Muslc Teachers Conventlon t Sprlngfleld Those who partlcrpated were Gerald McCol lum S1dney Dawson trombones Betty Beuhr le and Marlon Bangert clarlnets and Laura Bertelson vlola The St l.ou1s County orches tra knows Ferguson very well havmg taken ten members from the orchestra Roger Mason bass Nancy Brown L1la Chrlsmer and Ra chel Howells v1ol1ns Laura Bertelson v1ola Betty Beuhrle and Marlon Bangert clar1nets Ed Carson French horn Gerald McCollum and Stdney Dawson trombones Someone who ev1dently w1shes to remaln anonymous played Santa Claus to the band thrs year After wa1t1ng for many years for full band unlforms the band f1nally rece1ved them from someone unknown to everyone but Mr Crawford The members of the band are very grateful to therr benefactor The un1forms gd I1 6! OPCAQJ tfa are navy blue w1th red and gold tr1mm1ng The glrls declded to wear slacks lnstead of sk1rts Durmg the year the Orchestra Band played accompanlments for the Chrlstmas Concert as well as the muslcal score for the operetta and ln May presented 1ts annual concert Ffpz f sszon zn 'lluszc P ae Forty Thr e 1 1 f 1 I I I I - 5 . I 1 .- . . , ' , . , ' r I 4' V I - , , , , . . ' , . , I I l I - ' I I I I ' , , u P f I V I 5 f, V l ! , - , , . l L , . . LA , , , -71-' ' .'. 'I - E :lit il llix mimi- lit 11: 2' 1 'A' H i LEFT TO RIGHT Land Rempe Han ccx Ehrle Foote Callas C 801461 Clefff How do ya lrke your oysters? Raw' Raw' Raw' How d ya lrke yer cabbage? Slawl Slawl Slaw' Remember? Supported by the Pep Squad the Ferguson cheerleaders clad rn navy slacks and whlte sweaters pulled the teams and the heerrng sectlon out of a gloomy slump numer ous tlmes by therr everlastmg rhythmrc chat ter tumbllng and clever antrcs The SIX cheer leaders all pooled therr pep and Vltahty to pro mote more and better school sprrrt I9 U61 At the start of the basketball season a Pep Squad was orgamzed wtth Mrss Cox as spon sor Members attended the games and sup ported the cheerleaders 1n therr yells to spur on the teams Thrrty srx students enrolled rn the squad and they helped school sprrrt greatly The Pep Squad plans to have emblems tor rdentrtrcatron next year Thls years oftrcers were Presldent Bob Bryan vrce presrdent La Verne Blttner and secretary Mlldred Davrs FRST ROVV Rem e Callas Foote Brttner Bryan Davrs Hancock Land Ehrle SECOND RON L Heckemeyer Auqspurger Sta nes Becer Porterfreld Herrnann l Heckemeyer Chapman Becke Bowden THIRD ROW Gordon Rozler Mtller Booth Ayd Knox Q hrtdt Arras Daughterty Miss Cox 'll' Page Forty Four -............. gg , y 1 Q 7 'faq' . 4 1 sm J. 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I ,L V 2' Y X time e T f H - V A A , Y Q , , , il fn' K , N xv VV -f an ' -K L QL , fa ' A ,s Q' -' Q ,l ' K FIRST ROW Rowden Loehrer Russell Bowden Kueqer A Davrs Wzll Smrther Fullmqton Hasty crxer Klx cg Do' hus Gray Store Geno Lemmon Mrs McBr1de SECOND ROW Wmn Scnonde Good Ellebracht Ottmqer In an T y Frei OE1en Ewald Fretse L,uBray Boyce Goetz I Dav1s Chrlsmer Thxes I-Iemeyer THIRD ROW Layton Patrtck Schne1der,n I I-Iecke erer Blsckoff Belew Lorenz Graf Rader Carroll Casey Lohofener Kukpatrrck L I-Ieckemexer Zahner Woemmel l.ott'na'x OLIRTI-I ROW Storkson Creel Tebeau Grrerson Love Srmon Otten Aubuchon Trmme 0l'l'lQ C0l'l0l'I'llC5 The I-Iome Economrcs Club sponsored by Mrs McBnde meets twlce a month on Fnday Althouah only a local oraantzanon tt has pos s1b1l1t1es of becomlnq state and natlonal Mem bers presented a tashron show and rntormal tea for whtch the sewmq class modeled hand made garments and the cookrnq class pre pared and served refreshments to mothers and quests They planned Halloween and Valen ttne partles and the L1ons Club drnner Aff!! The Art Club sponsored oy Mr Kurt Ballard was somethmq new ln the after school currtcu lum thts year The cltrb was onen to anyone mterested 1n art and preferably to those who have had prevlous expeneace Although most of the work was done ln o s oastels were also used The club chose Charlere Domermuth as tts presldent and Dorothy Gne son as secretary treasurer The members not Orly entoyed them selves but also develotzea t'1e1 art1st1c ablltttes 'EFI TO RIG'-'T Mtss ourse Buehrle Grters ' 'fltss Ierzemax cmermuth N Yf, -:N C 1 P'1.,e r ty' Frye 1 , I. . ,rl 'V '. ', ' V ,Gar'.V , I-.n, V . I. A 2 ,. , V ,,m.VerrV 1, r, V V V V - 4 V V V - V V "3 51"-Y 717 I - 0 , I 4 . . , . ..f C A I ' I , I 1 vf , . . 5 to . V - o il . V V A . . of I - V , , . , . ' fi e ' 1 - . of . .. " ,. : TJ , ' , on, Hcepl, ..- ' ', D ' , Roth' exl, Gcrger Stcrkscx, Mr. Ezllard E tv' A v '1 T7 T , l U A 2 X A ff f , 'il 4.191 In I I U ,-:Q gt- fr f- "or'- - Q. FIRST ROW Martrn Ewald Frelse DuBray Boyce Stowell Key Foote SECOND ROW Love Lorenz Franz I Snnth N Mmller Augspurger Klrng I Heckemezer A Davls Brenner Bertelson Campbell Aydt Byers Bradshaw Mrss Irzewxak Ima? CH lllfatch those rernsl Hold those heads up' Such are the farrnhar calls of Bob Geyer of Rrvervrew Stables Where the Rrdrng Club holds rts regular actrvrtres the club sponsored by Mrss Regrna Ierzewrak nas been organrzed for three years Professronal trps offered by Bob may develop some of the members rnto learned eauestrrennes Wrth such favorrtes as Brom Cookre and Copper the club enloys the restful Every Thursday evenmg durrng the wrnter 'nonths Ferguson students boarded the Crty rrnrts streetcar to head for an en,oyable eve rung of 1ce skatrng at the 'Wrnter Garden Wrth an enrollment of frfty erght members an aver age of twenty frve attended each skate At the clrmax of the evenlng everyone though exhausted was content wrth the three hours of fun and excrtement Chaperonrng these 'neets were Mrs Dreselhorst and Mrs Kamp hr s schroeder rraes along the beautlful Mrssrssrppr and rts FIRST ROW Church11I lean Dolphus N Mxller I-Ioepf A Davrs L Heckemeter Augspurger B Paul B Myers Welborn I Garger V Lrvmgstone I Davls R Klmg R Stone M Rauch Iuel Dolphus I D,1Bray SECOND ROW Mrs Dxeselhorst I-'rrese M Boyce B Hackett Foote Knox Belew Stabenow B Achter McGoldr1ck Welse R Davrs A Love Graf Cas y Lorcnz Smrther Frscher Mrs Kampschroeder THIRD ROW G Ottrnger Aydt Kunkel Hause Gerhart Klpatrxck Landwchr Koch Klug N Patrrck B Staggenberq Wad I-I Whxte Leach N Boyce V DuBray V Ewald Page Forty-Szx ,..-au. ,, , LEFT TO RIGHT Russell Hrld Arras Porte-rfleld Mrs Gordon Beck Blschoff Cale-y L rar? aawfanffs To aflevrate the numerous dutles at the desk rn the hbrary several students have vofun reered to glve up thelr study per1ods to asslst Mrs Gordon wrth rout1ne detarf Then' respon S1b1f1f19S consrst of coffectrng book fmes check mg books ln and out handhng reserve books and takmg care of the mk Lrla Brschoff fre quentfy stays after schoot to help Mrs Gor don The more experlenced ass1stants often help the students select good books to read LEFT TO RIGHT Backus Ehrman Martm -'ll l 1 4 l X , I ldlt .SEIU AAAI? If you hear a strange scratchrng sound per vadrng the school every Monday after drs mrssal be assured 1t 1S nothrng more than the Scrlbblers After hear1ng Professor Buchan at Washmgton UDIVGISITY erght freshman Enghsh students organlzed the Scrrbblers sponsored by Mrss Ross It IS strrctly an mterest group Whose marn purpose 1S to encourage freshmen to ren der more or1g1na1 and creattve wrrtmg some of whlch has been submrtted to the Scoop Porterireld Mrss Ross McK1nney Cheney Srnrm Fage Forty-Seven Crefif Corona fion Canoll Ann Becker Cres-t Queen of 1956 Amid a setting of brilliant stars and planets, the CREST, ferns and palms, Don Magoon crowned Carroll Becker CREST Queen of l946 on April 5. Preceding the ceremony, Mr. Crawford di- rected the Band-Orchestra in two numbers, "Whispering," and "Mood lndigo." Then Don Magoon, editor-in-chief, welcomed the guests and thanked the Parents' Club for its generous donation of the flowers for the Queen and maids. Allan Herrmann, master of cere- monies, reviewed the historical background of the occasion. Upon his conclusions, the Band- Orchestra commenced the processional waltz, "Beautiful Lady" Heads turned as Allan in- troduced the first maid and her escort Rose mary Good ln a blue formal escorted by lack Klug Another Coronation had started as the couple walked under the white canopy cov ered with red flowering vines and then down the alsle The next seven malds then assumed their pos1t1ons on the stage as follows Travis Foote ln a lime green formal escorted by Roy Beck Lorraine Gordon in yellow by Gerald McCollum ludlth Rozler 1n p1nk by Roger Mason Edith Buettner in pastel green by C V Mueller Glorra Hutsler in Nile green by loe Bindbeutel Nell Carroll 1n pink by Ed Alex ander LaVerne Bittner 1n yellow by Bob CContinued on page 573 tif? 1 .sjuiusdd-Al Rosemary Good Iohn Klug Lorraine Gordon Gerald McCollum Edith Buettner Carl Mueller Nell Carroll Edward Alexander Don Magoon Carroll Becker Robert Hofer LaVerne Bittner Ioseph Bindbeutel Gloria Hutsler Roger Mason lud1th Rozier Roy Beck Travrs Foote Allan Herrmann ATTENDANTS Marilyn lean Prztchard Edward Maguxre Roger Crawford Thomas Smopole Ianet Catherme Prltchard Page Forty Erght The seccnd r nnual cor natton of th Basket Queen rr U ef ur ry l8 Qoonsered y tle Student .Aese nbly Pollowrna last years preceaare the Varsrty and B tean s nannnated tftree qtr s artd later vr ed on one ot these thrre y s ret ortot the ldentrty ot the wtrtrn 5 cc r dtdc te vw rs m th neld urtrl the nraht ot the o oratron Roy Be lc rresrdrna as rnaster ot cererrtonres was handed a sealed envelooe contarntnq the nante ot he queen Atter the cheerleaders torn ed Q n atsle he 1n'roduced the three candtdates ard therr es orts who entered rn thrs order Glorta Huts ler escorted by Bob Becl er Barbara Mtller by Raloh Moberly and Carrcll Be lcer by Ed Alex 'rnder Alter openrna the envelope Foy nro tounced Barbara Mtller the Queen Boo Hcter caotarn ot the X arsrty team crowned der v th a Coronet ot whrte chrysonthernurns and a lass The two mards each re erved a lo fely Corsa e ot whtte carnattcns The Queen and her nscrds b eachers to watch the rernarnder ot the game Atter Nrtnessrna a Ferauson vrctory over the RIVGTVIQW Rams the Queen c ened th dance vvtth Ncrrnan Bucher by dCII'tClIIQ o a record tnq ot one ot her tavortte sonqs Stardust The ntonds ana therr escorts Jotned them tol lo Nea by the audrence G5 COPOFLCI, tl0I1 'milf IW"-ff-' lllll 1 1 111 zu I '25 S4 T '- gels ai V U' Te ru , o ,J Q 1 , f, e - -, - bull , 1.112 oltx 12 Friday Jfettlnq, lan- , 4 , .A V. b A .e . .c r . 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' ff I t Czeschm Bucher McKown Becker fK1ngJ Br-enrer Plank Mueller Klug omef .y la The Student Assembly 1ntroduced the Comet Hop to the student body on Aprll 26 ot Whlch Bob Becker Wos elected Comet Kmq for 1946 Elqht candldates two frorn each closs Were nommated by the qlrls The results were cis follows Freshmen Bob Becker and Stornley Brenner sophomores llmmy Mcliown ond Corky Plonk Jumors l1mmy Czeschln and Norman Bucher sen1ors lack Klug and C V CContmued on page 641 CtI"8I'lf 6 KA ln v1ew of the longer school day the Mothers Club found lt more practrcal to d1scont1nue ofternoon meetmqs cmd hold them ln the eve mnq Thrs chonqe mode 1t posslble for the fathers to ottend also therefore the members chonqed the nome to the Parents Club The requlor monthly meetmqs are held the flrst Monday m eoch month The purpose of the orqamzotlon 1S to keep the porents mformed tCont1nued on page 561 Mrs. G. C. Bradshaw, Mrs, ll. E. Dimond, Mrs. E. Gordon, Mrs. G. Gerhart. 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Three Girls on Their Hors Ferguson's Transportation! No. It's Not cz Bread Line! es! lll x. fx A i In -4051 15 1 nv' Wy- I-'f5'l"Y' 1 4 1, 355 Uqh' We Stop for a Chat Txme Out' Smiles' 'Y' jkid ana! .ileauen A Day on the Ranch' Let the Army Show You How Les' No Secrets' I Guess It's Love' P e: Flfty Fwe lust Ferguson Coeds! Mrs D Keeps Count' Not Aqam' Get on Your Mark' Maybe They Lost Theu Fares' 00 Sckoof plflAACCLtl0l'l5 CCont ed fom page 411 The yearly publrcatlon 1S the CREST a book of memorles ln prctures and prmt hrghlrghttng the Senror class Wllh the an1mat1on of loe Panda the CREST mascot as the theme Al though money from the act1V1ty fund IS set aszde for the annual addrtronal sources must be found The staff sold cokes at all basket ball games and made and sold prns and pro grams at tournaments The cl1mat1c event was the annual coronat1on of the CREST Queen whlch was a great success Ads exceeded last year s amount through the splendtd Job of Allan Herrmann Mr Ulbrrght offered the use of hrs camera for snapshots and developed prctures Mr Ballard drrected the anrmatron of the Panda Many newly added features are present thrs year and through no addrtlonal cost to the student a fabncated cover has been attalned The CREST staff was organrzed as follows Edrtor Don Magoon Assoc1ate Edrtor Pat Donovan Advertlslng Manager Allan Herrmann Busmess Manager Norma Lorenz Glrls Sports Lorrarne Gordon Ed1th Buettner Crrculatron Iudy Roz1er Harr1et Thornam Ar Dorothy GTIGISOH Charlene Domermuth Betty Hackett Carroll Becker LaVerne Brttner Martha Chapman Bernad1ne Hancock Llterary Although not members of the publ1cat1ons class Drck Vosburgh and Leon Land asslsted Allan 1n sol1c1t1ng ads arenf 5 tCont1n d fro page 501 of school GCl1Vll19S and problems wlth whlch they mrght cons1der Through the proceeds Qarned from therr annual card party the club sponsored the h1gh school Chnstmas dance pald for the flowers used rn the Coronatron rncludrng the mards bouquets and the bouton nreres for the escorts and donated new punch cups to the school The ret1r1ng offrcers are Presldent Mrs E H Gordon vlce presrdent Mrs I E D1mond secretary treasurer Mrs George Gerhart and h1stor1an Mrs G Brad shaw P Ellffegaf fCo tm ed from page 285 favorable weather Wlth the return of such let termen as Ed Alexander Ned Rector I1m Czesch1n and Marvm Tebeau tak1ng on the p1tch1ng assrgnment a capable 1nf1eld cmd a hard h1tt1ng outfreld the team massed a rec ord of frve wrns and three losses The 1nf1eld combmatlon featured lettermen Gerry McCol lum at frrst Tebeau or Czesch1n at second Bob Hofer 1n the shortstop pos1t1on and Glenn Thres man f1eld1ng the hot corner at thrrd Behrnd the plate was Tuck Gay another letterman and rovrng the greens of the outfreld were Eu gene T-larl Bob McNab Czesch1n and the only f1rst year man on the regular squad Charhe Hudson The combrnatron of the superlatrve play of all members of the team excellent coachlng from Mr Burgess and an unequalled qualrty of sportsmanshrp found a speedy powerhouse Ferguson team th1s year whrch battled 1lS way to second place honors ln the County League The schedule for the games for last season was as follows Ferguson lennmgs Ferguson Falrvrew Ferguson Berkeley Ferguson Rwervxew Ferguson Berkeley Ferguson RIVGTVISW Ferguson FCIITVIGW Ferguson lenmngs mem., sm, fCont1n ed fro p ge 281 both lack and Leon deal1ng a severe blow to the team as 1t had come to rely upon the al most habltual V1ClOI1GS of these two boys Nevertheless the Splfll of the team runs hrgh as the undeveloped talent prophecres a stronger team for the comrng year Thrs year Ferguson was accorded a d1st1nc l1VG honor 1n holdmg the Annual State Wres tlmg Tournament rn the H1gh School gym nasrum In th1s meet Ferguson placed second last We avorded last place by a narrow mar gm of pomts whrch were accredrted to Ralph Krlpatrlck and lack Klug lack Went to the flnals but was unfortunately defeated by dec1s1on Although 1t was open to the entrre state only seven teams entered thrs tournament For qulcker ehmlnatrons two mats were used Ma plewood Hrgh won the State champronshrp whrle Rrtenour Krrkwood and Webster placed second thrrd and fourth respect1vely ln th1s meet one Ferguson wrestler placed second whrle four others placed thrrd Ralph Krlpat nck placed second Ierry McCollum lack Klug Bob Gordon and Brll Caley f1n1shed 1n th1rd place ge Fifty S I O inu r n' u I I . l I l I I I I I u n v , ' ' l I - . 1 1 1 I I , . . D ............ .................. . .................... 1 2 - .................. 6 4 I nnssuun nuoeenunu nnssnnnsuvas O 5 . ' Boys' Sports ............ Sid Dawson, Zane Williams 2 E , , l , I 7 3 ' ' ' ' ............ ' , ' 6 5 ' t .................................................. ' ' ' u m a I . 7 l I I I I - C ll ' . ' ue m ' . -' ' ' I I I I ' n v I . . . 1 - , . ' . ' , , 1 a ' - ix X ., g-wfnfh t Q in wif? , 5 91 A ,V 35' WI: . S QNX, A j 1 if x ., f 5. 2 rf ' , n jlEr"i"3' W A ,,hX 5 -3 ,,lf'7.1 kjkt ,ag n F I J., Q I y j a' 4 F l z lfij , ,L wif 4 I ff iv 1 as ., f ff 3 M K' " 3- if 5 qs! B b r . .Web Fi .xrv '. 'wi 1 9-' Q H it ANOTHER CREST by SID WHITING and WM. J. WHALEN STUDIO KER OF FINER PHOIOGPXX X JEffe son 7294 4322 Ol e St X MA 2 x PHS r iv GAA Dance refreshments Kluq down and out Report on toumev Postwar transportation Some men ol the campus 24 Z 6IUQl'giAll'lg Nurse assists m vxslon tests Caley takes over Honorary members of GAA A Tremann USA Godat vxsxts FHS P,eF1',' e Krlpatrxck ln a rumble A wrestlmq entanglement Mr McCluer welcomes Wrestlers Becker rn Iapan O O 0 . . . 1- ' ' ' ' 1- ' ' ' ' - 2- 2- ' - 3- . . . 3- . D - 4- I ' I , , , 4-Hume enioys army 5- . . 5- - 'IIDIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIlllllllIDIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIC MUlberry 2480 MODEL PRINTING AND STATIONERY CO 160608 HODIAMONT AVENUE WALL S FRIENDLY SERVICE FLORISSANT AND ADAMS BOWL' KEEP FIT AND HAVE FUN FERGUSON BOWLING LANES ATwater 766 Ferguson Mo ATwa1-er 780 UA .,ff,4f.,f cf J Wh1rl1ng swlrling dipping diving Tumbling stumbling onward striving Promenading cross the sky Watching all the world go by Rushing fore the r1s1ng wlnd Hurrying scurrying wander1ng by Flying low and flying high Sometimes enraged rushing madly along Sornetlmes so lazy drifting upon a song This one s a lamb wrth fleece so white That one S a horse with a gallant young knight There s my little cottage and garden and all All softly floating qu1etly past Or scurrylng on afraid they ll be last Tell me oh tell rne what would the world be If there were no clouds for us all to see? IOAN BLOUNT CS rlbbl RUFF S CAFE Lunches Borden 5 Ice Cream I7 S Florissant NEUMANN SERVICE STATION I600 S Florussant Road GASOLINE OIL TIRE SERVICE BATTERIES CHARGED ATwaI'er 787 S A Neumann Jr ISonnyJ S A Neumann Sr IPopI IIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIlllllIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIllDIIIIIIIIIIIIUIllIIIlIIIIIDIIIIIllIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIII QSY I , . , . C . Q l Cl Oll Drifting toward the rising sun, With a mountain behind so fierce and so tall, C ' ersl. 1 Pa e ixt IIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIllllllllllUIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIDIlllllllllllDIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIllllIDIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIlllllllllDllllllllllllUIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIII FETQUSOI1 Sheet Metal W0l'kS, Inc. GUTTERING . . . SPOUTING . . . ROOFING Skelly Products Furnaces Installed 600 S. Florissant Rd. ATwater 786 ATwater 284 FERGUSON LOUIS SZOMBATHY AL SZOMBATHY NEGWER COAL CO W LINDEMA Zleqler Coal Bu11dmg Mcrtenals Successor to Feed and Haulmg MIDTOWN STORE FIOrlSSanf Mo 14 Barnard ATwater 579 GENERAL A151ea1AA1D1SE STAR BRAND SHOES HOME CREST MARKET HEADY CLEANERSIIDYERS OPEN 7 10 EVERY NIGHT YOrktown 0199 Also Sundays and I-Iohdays F M 1400 S Florlssant Rd ATwater 2184 erguson 0 STIARWALT ELECTRIC CO JENNY WREN FLORISTS ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING Ferguson M0 SUPPLIES and APPLIANCES FLOWERS BY WIRE 5 SPO' D"Ve ICH I-OOPI ATwater 1170 A11 Hours ATwater 2295 V 1 IN G L E T O P A R A G E KEENAN S RESTAURANT LUN I-IES IA ADO!! GOLD ICE CREAM A V ORK TCXIN 620 St Francols ORange 4761 sf FRANCOIS STREET TE yh Il 6 3231 Florlssant Mo Harry Nemmch Frank Nlck H B I E R M A Everythrng rn Hardware 46 S Florlssant ATwater 1026 Ferguson Mo llllllllllIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIDIlllllllllllllllllllllllllDIIlllllllIIIUIIIIIllllllIDIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIII P q S O u -T . I ' , 1 - . I ' . . . I ' Ecnc.,-J Member r DA S 6 ' AII Makes of Cars Renamed and Serwced If ' A5 X' TIRES - E TTEY RD' ' - VX G , . Phone: rr i - . . . , . Il ' ' ll , . 'J e ixty- ne IIUIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIlIlIIIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIlllllllllIUIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIllllllllllllllllllllllllIUIIIIllIlllllUlllllllllllIDIIIIllllIIlIDIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIU AT YOUR SERVICE' BANK OF FERGUSON X l X! I GEO BROMEYER X T - EI IER R I MILLMAN if E 1 WALSER iw Ii! DORIS NIEHAUS BERNIFE GISELL EMILY SUEDMEYER IOEI MORO'1Z AQ: MEMBER OF FEDEIAL D POSIT INSURANCE CO PORATION Every Type of Fmanclal Service EVergreen 6464 Road Servlce Auto Club of Mlssourl Ofhclal AAA Se Ice Garage HARRY S SERVICE STATION HENRY I. CRAWFORD Prooretc Over I5 Yea s ln Same Locafo Complcfe Pxutomo vc Ixeoaxrs a d Se 7604 Flonssant Rd Nonnandy Mo GRAY S GROVE BUDQHCTEEVIN CHICKEN DINNERS West Flonssant and Chambers Rds COMPLIMENTS WI ETHAUPT STORE ORange 52II F lonsscrnl Mo YOrktown 0264 H VERNON BALL INC Realtors INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE 334 Wesley Ave Ferguson Mo COMPLIMENTS SAVOY THEATRE Free Pcrrkmg II9 S. Florissant BELLVILLE S MARKET XWaI'crSO" Pup QUALITY FOODS 24 S. Florissant Road YOrktown 1204 ATWE' '07 IIIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIDlllllllllllIDIIIIIIIIIIIIUllllllllllIIDIIIllllllllIUIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIII Page Slxly T WO . XFN, Q, Aj 1 I s ,S ,,.-Jsffyf I+ ' Lful -. 4,11 - 451 3 B rv. 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' I 1 ' Iv I 08 . risscmBv. OID f'i - - 0 Fergus 21 M . Saturdays and days before HoIidays - GEC F. M. I us . o. ATwater 542 Open Tues. and Fri. Even' g QUILLMAN'S DRUG STORE For Individual Hair lin CaII or ointment . 1 In Kraeger Bldg. 25 S. orisscm Blvd. er us n, M . . r n ' . cm ' ' . ri 1' on Dem . ri r o o ri rson Fl rissant, M . I . . , ro . ge ixly- hree IDIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIllllllllIDIIIIIlllllIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIlllllllllIDIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIUI gomef ,Hola fContinued from page SOD Mueller. Balloting took place at the door as everyone entered the gym. At the same time each girl received a slip bearing a number. After the dance was well under way, Roy Beck announced the commencement of the corona- tion ceremony. With the sound of a bugle the candidates walked in two's throwing confetti on the new king, who was seated in a brightly covered wheelbarrow, pushed by Jimmy Mc- Kown. Each candidate wore a carrot corsage. The CREST Queen of lQ46, Miss Carroll Becker, crowned the King, her brother, with a crown of radishes and lettuce. The purpose of the slips was then explained, for those holding lucky numbers danced with the candidates. By popular request, the first dance was "Star- dust." Additional entertainment was furnished by Corky Plank, who sang "lf l Could Tell You," and the ever favorite "Desert Song." The English 7 and 8 class requested that Mr Moore be invited to play and sing a few tunes such as St Louis Blues Dark Town Strutters Ball and Some of These Days The Student Assembly is to be commended for another suc cessful venture ami Coronafion fContinued from page 575 advanced toward the stage. Don Magoon met her at the foot of the stage and escorted her to the throne. Walking behind the Queen were Edward Maguire and Thomas Sinopole, the train-bearers. Stepping forward, Don delivered a short message announcing Carroll Ann Becker CREST Queen of l946. Amid the ap- plause, he placed the crown on her head. With the strains of "Pomp and Circumstance" signaling the recessional, the Queen and her court descended from the stage until Gene Kendall's orchestra started the first dance. The Queen and editor enjoyed the first dance, soon followed by her maids and their escorts. When the closing strains had died away, everyone agreed that never had a more beautiful Coro- nation been held. Through the untiring efforts of many people, the Coronation proved to be a grand success. Therefore, orchids are in order for the follow- ing people: To the members of the publications class for the decorations, to Graham Smith for the unique lighting effects to Dot Grierson and Betty Hackett for their numerous posters and excellent publicity to Pat Donovan program chairman to Mr Crawford and the Band Qrchestra for the lovely music to Don Magoon general manager and last but not least to the adviser of the CHEST Miss Ierzewiak Compliments of UNIVERSAL MATCH CORPORATHN4 Ferguson, Missouri Page Sixty Four ' I . I I v . I I 1 ll II I I ' I ' . - I I I I I I I l ' ' I f ' I I I . J , . . . 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