Festus High School - Piper Yearbook (Festus, MO)

 - Class of 1951

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Ed. - '7lrlz'rez'.s'z2'y cy! 7Hzfs'.6'auz'i l 'R N 6 1 ' x games' Bvoekman Prinogval B.S'. in Edaaahbn' Kz'z'ks'1'iZle .ftate Jfeaahzcfs' 0aZtege 112, fd 'U1'ZL'YZl'.S'tbl gt' fllzksauri Ulze gacufty LUCILE HOLMES B. S., Southwest Missouri State Col- lege, A. M., University of Missouri. Latin, English and Mathematics MRS. IACK MANLEY B. S., University of Missouri, grad- uate work, University oi Missouri. Spanish and English IOHN C. CLIPPARD B. S., Southeast Missouri State Col- lege, graduate work, University of Missouri. Shop and Science MRS. CHARLES DREYER B. A., Southeast Missouri State Col- lege, graduate work, Washing- ton University. Library and Ioumalism MRS. HELEN MITCHELL B. S. in Education, University of Missouri. Physical Education MRS. GEORGE MORRIS, IR. B. A., Woman's College of Furman University, Greenville, S.C., grad- uate work, Furman University. English MURRELL GODWIN B. S., Southeast Missouri State Col- lege. Physical Education and Science WARREN ELKINS B. S., Southeast Missouri State Col- lege, graduate work, University of Missouri. Social Studies LLOYD M. McDOWELL B. S. in Education, Central Missouri State College. Commerce VADA BRANSTETTER B. S. in Education, Southwest Mis- souri State College, B. S. in Home Economics, University of Missouri, M. Ed., University of Missouri. Vocational Home Economics BETTY IO RAUH B. S. in Education, Southeast Mis- souri State College. Art, Literature and English LEONARD COX B. S. in Education, Warrensburg State College, graduate work, Washington University. Social Studies IAMES I. SEYER B. S. in Education, Southeast Mis- souri State College. Science and Mathematics HOWARD LITTON B. S. in Education, Southeast Mis- souri State College, graduate work, University ot Missouri. Diversified Occupations LEO BEHRENS B. S. in Education, University of Kansas. Music MRS. DONALD VINYARD Miss Hickey's Secretarial School, University of Missouri. 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And ere the setting sun shall vanish All the glory is thy lot Love cmd loyalty forever ls our pledge to thee. ffffffffffffXfffifffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff!ffffffffffffffff4 1' NQ ig,-ew Uhr- U' ff gmaa-ima Afomfc SENIURS ffffffffffff!!!f!.fffffffffffffD'ff.Zf!!!Jf4!f,fff7X'.fxZ N Q Q Q X Q N Q Q Q Q X Q X X Q Q Q N Q Q X Q X X Q Q X Q Q X X Q Q gvffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff2NQ XXX AX Q W X, , Ki ' ggi Y pid , 'X 3 --I .f f X " of - X " ' -Qff If '71 ' f I, f ,Q I J Z, X ff Q I HOMER RICHARDSON Vice-President Football 1-2-3-4 Lunior High Basketball l eaker Breakers 4 Vice President Beaker Breakers 4 Business Mana er Tiger 4 Teen Press Club 4 Syokesman Editor 4 ho's Who 4 Ministrel Show 4 Iunior Play 3 Science Show 4 hmior Benefit Show 3 arch oi Dimes Show 4 Decoration Committees 1-2-3 Prom Committee 3 Track 1-4 "B" Team Basketball 3 Vice President Class 4 Carnival King 4 Football Crowning 4 Tiger Crowning l WILLIARD MCCALEB Business Manager Honor Society 4 Band 1-2-3-4 Pep Band 1-2-3-4 Cape 1-2-3-4 Clarinet Solo at Cape 2-3-4 Senior Business Manager 4 Teen Press Club 4 Tiger and Spokesman Staff 4 Boys Glee lub 1 Mixed Chorus 1 Prom Committee 3 Decoration Committees 1-2-4 Iunior Town Meeting 4 Senior Camival 1-2- -4 Who's Who 4 March of Dimes Show 4 Track 1-2-3-4 BETTY RHINEBERGER Secretary Pep Squad 1-2-3 Candle Light Service 4 Mixed Chorus 1-2-3-4 Glee Club 1-2-3 Volleyball l-3 Prom Committee 3 Honor Society 2-3-4 Basketball l- Tumbling 1 G. A. A. 1-3-4 H. and Sr. Benefit Show 4 illbilly Show 4 Facult -Board Dinner 1-2 Tiger Crowning 4 Class Secretary 3-4 Gym Demonstration 1-3-4 Honor Society Vice-President F. H. A. 1-2 Decoration Committees 1-2-4 BETTY BERKBIGLER Treasurer Pep S uad l-2-3-4 G. Af?-X. 1-3-4 Honor Society 2-3-4 Gym Demonstration 1-3 English Award l Essayi Contest Winner 2 Marc oi Dimes Show 3 Prom Committee 3 Baccalaureate 3 Commencement 3 Resresentative to Cape for faanish 2-3 Gir s State 3 Class Secretary 3 Class Business Manager 3 Cl T 4 ass reasurer President oi Honor Society 4 Treasurer oi D. O. Club 4 D. A. R. History Contest 4 Who's Who 4 Tiger Crowning 4 BETTY STROTHER Reporter Decoration Committee 4 Teen Press Club 4 Carnival gueen 4 Carnival ommittee 4 Dimmer Town Meeting 4 arch of Dimes Show 3-4 Tiger Crowning 4 Art Editor Tiger 4 Art Editor Spokesman 4 Class Reporter 4 Class President 3 Vice President 2 Ggm Demonstration 4 C eer l.. ad 4 e er Banquet Committee 3 Prom Committee 3 Dance Committee 2 lsvelp Squad 1 o's Who 4 BYRON SANTSCHI President Class President 2-4 Honor Society 2-3-4 Science Club President 4 Band 1-2-3-4 Iunior Town Meeting 4 Spokesman Staii 4 Tiger Staii 4 IERRY 'IACOBS Historian Iunior High Basketball l "B" Team Basketball 2 Varsity Basketball 3-4 Track 1-3-4 Mixed Chorus l-2-3-4 Boys Glee Club 1-2-3-4 Prom Committee 3 Decoration Committees 1-4 Iunior Play 3 Class Historian 4 Tiger Crowning 4 Basketball Crowning 4 Who's Who 2-3-4 Iunior Town Meeting 4 .firmer SENIOR 3-1- rx Wfi 6',4a2ks Myer K .ifefy x X' - TKEAFVRER iffy Wefibgkr Wffif OFFICE aff!! 92121452 fwfffff Wfiyff Many enior Clan FIRST ROW- IAC! BUREN CABLA EHLEB MARY AIINS Mixed Chorus 3 Girls Glee Club 2-3-4 FacultB-Board Dinner 1-2 Gym emonstration l-3-4 Senior Carnival 4 Prom Committee 3 Baccalaureate 3 Commencement 3 ALTA BAILEY Girls Glee Club 2-3-4 Mixed Chorus 3-4 Honor Society 2-3-4 Prom Committee 3 W9' 3:'l."'il"1 4 o s o Librarian 3-4 ES-:pokesman Stott 4 o-Editor Tiger 4 Tiger Crowmng 4 Candle Light ervice 4 Gym Demonstration I Teen Press Club 4 IVAN BIIDWEIJ. Vice President ol Class l Class Reporter 3 Class Historian 4 Honor Society 2-3-4 Mcftgog 4Picture Operator Carnival King Candidate l Pep Squad 2 Senior Carnival I-4 Po? Corn Machine Operator Ietlerson City Pilgrimage 2 WILLIS BITTICI Track I-2-3-4 Football 2-3-4 Boys Glee Club l-2-3 Mixed Chorus 1-2-3 Prom Committee 3 Tiger 4 Po io Bow Game 3 Football Crownin4g 4 Senior Carnival Class Treasurer 2 Industrial Arts Club 4 Who's Who 4 March of Dimes Show 4 DONALD BOYD Track 2 Prom Committee 3 Senior Carnival 4 SECOND ROW- HOER BUYER Track l-2-3-4 Boys Glee Club I-2-3-4 Mixed Chorus I-2-3-4 Three-Man Basketball I-2-3-4 Prom Committee 3 Senior Carnival 4 Industrial Arts Club 4 IAC! BIAS! Football l-2-3-4 Basketball I-2-3-4 Basketball Co-Captain 4 Track I-2-3-4 Honor Society 24-4 Band l-2-3-4 Who's Who 3-4 Boy's State 3 Senior Camlval 1-2-4 Football Crownin 4 gfxsketgall Crowrzgrg 2-3-4 ger rowning Class Presiden l c an a Peiizsgsinolzha Mixed Chorus I-2-3-4 Boys Glee Club I-2-3-4 Boys State 3 Carnival Crowning 3 Basketball Crowning 3-4 Track l-2-3-4 Fashion Show 4 Carnival 4 D. O. President 4 Industrial Arts Club 4 LEHOY BUREN Mixed Chorus 2-4 Senior Carnival 4 Style Show 4 Boys Glee Club 2-3-4 Three-Man Basketball I-2-3-4 Senior Benefit Show 4 Honor Society 3-4 IOS BUHNSIDE Basketball I-2-3-4 Track 2-3 Football 4 Tiger Crowning 4 Senior Carnival 4 Prom Committee 3 Who's Who 4 THIRD ROW- LOUI8 CARL!!! HOSALIE COLEMAN BLOOMSDALE HIGH 3: All School Play 3 Cape Play Day 3 Prom Committee 3 Volleyball 3 FESTUS HIGH I-2-4: Girls Glee Club 2 Faculty-Board Dinner 2 Senior Carnival 4 Iunior Town Meeting 4 Gym Demonstration I-4 IITA COURTOIS Secretary Science Club 4 Teen Press Club 4 Tiger Staff 4 'Spokesman Stott 4 irls Glee Club l-2-3-4 Mixed Chorus 2-3 Pep Suad 2-3-4 Vo ley 114 Basketball 3 F. H. A. I-2 P. T. A. 3 H. Sr. Benefit Show 3-4 ematite P. T. A. 3 Decoration Committees l-2-4 Sang for Rotarg Club 3 Faculty-Board inner I-2 G. A. A. I-3-4 Gym Demonstration 1-3-4 Baccalaureate 3 Cape l-2-3 Prom Committee 3 Minstrel Show 4 Tiger Crownlng 4 F. H. A. l-2 F aculg-Board Dinner 2 girls Dlee Cl:xgu2-3 2 ym emons r on G. A. A. l-2-3 Senior Carnival 4 Pep Squad 2-3 Dance Committee 4 FOURTH ROW- DAN FICKEH Football 2-3-4 Track 1-2-3 Football Crowning 4 Basketball I-2 Tiger Crownlng 4 D. O. Club 4 Who's Who 4 EARL GBIESHABEII WANDA HAZEL LOYD HENSLEY Decorating Committee Prom Committee 3 Carnival 3-4 Ministrel Show 4 Lunlor Store 3 op Corn Machine 3 Honor Roll 2 Industrial Arts Club 4 Science Club 4 Science Show 4 I-2-4 BOB HILL Football 2-3-4 Football Co-Captain 4 Boys Glee Club l-2-3-4 Mixed Chorus 3-4 Industrial Arts Club 4 President of Industrial Club 4 Tiger Crownlng 4 Football Crowning 4 Arts FIFTH ROW- RIMA HOFFMZIBTEB FESTUS HIGH SCHOOL: Band I-3-4 Pep Squad 1 Pep Band I-3-4 Facultx-Board Dinner l F. H. . l Prom Committee 3 March ot Dimes Assembly 4 G. A. A. I-4 Senior Carnival I-4 Volleyball I-3-4 Basketball I-3-4 Volleyball Captain 4 Decorating Committees I-2-3 Gym Demonstration 1-3 D. O. Club 4 Care I-3-4 Coumbia 1-3-4 Senior Style Show 4 Commencement 3 DE SOTO HIGH SCHOOL: Pep Band 2 Candidate tor Sophomore CPIlgEimage 2 cgffmbaq 2 r. H. A. 2 WAYNE HOLDIHGHAUSEI4 Varsity Basketball 2-3-4 "B" Basketball I Track I-2-3-4 Basketball Crowning 4 Carnival 4 March ot Dimes Show 4 Prom Committee 3 Boys Glee Club l Decoration Committees l-2-3-4 IOHN HUNT GEORGIAN!! HURLIY Honor Society 23-4 Reporter Honor Society 4 Alternate Girls State 3 Band l-2-3-4 Twirling at Cape 3-4 Beaker Breakers 4 Treasurer of Science Co-Editor Tiger 4 Teen Press Club 4 Spokesman Staff 4 Candle Light Service 4 G. A. A. I-3 F. H. A. l Girls Glee Club 3 Who's Who 4 Banquet Committee 3 Pep Squad 2 Carnival Committee 4 Chairman Ministrel Show 4 Junior Play 3 Iunior Town Meeting 4 Crghcgggtggiori Sophomore Baccalaureate 3 Commencement 3 Uh edt Pl th Stl ers.. ff fm Y' Iunior Benefit Show 3 March of Dimes Show 4 Decoration Committees l-2 Prom 2 GY!! ' I-3-4 Faculty-Board Dinner l Basketball l-2-3 Volleyball I-2-3-4 Tumbling I Install n Muniaetion 4Honor Society "Our Junior Ubrary" Com- mittee 3 Band Concert I Hematite P. T. A. Show 3 Iunior Store 3 Club 4 DON KNIQHTOH Dance Committee I Boys Glee Club 2 Prom Committee 3 Senior Carnival 4 .s., ' 3 Q -f 'fr' U' c Q1 k Q 'DG' SZ' xf Z. s 1. 1,5 -A .. ,.. J 0- FIRST ROW- mc: Las BILL LUCAS Pep Band 1-2 Iunior High Basketball l Band 1-2-3 Senior Carnival 1-2-4 Senior Benellt 4 Industrial Arts Club 4 Tiger Crowning 4 Football 4 Prom Committee 3 SYLVIA MARGBE Gym Demonstration l-3-4 Faculty-Board Dinner 2 Senior Carnival 4 Dance Committee 1 Iunlor Town Meeting 4 WIIISTON D4cCLAIN ILVIBA IUTH MUELLBR Commencement 2-3 G D tration l-3-4 ym emons Baccalaureate l-2-3 Mixed Chorus l-2-3-4- Girls Glee Club l-2-3-4 Pep Squad 2-4 Senior Camival 4 F. H. A. 1-2 Volleyball 4 . . 3-4 G A. A Lunior Town Meeting I rom Committee 3 SECOND ROW- IOAN NBNGEL F. H. A. I G. A. A. 1-3-4 Band 2-3-4 Girls Glee Club 1-2-3-4 Honor Society 3-4 Secreta ot Honor Socie what Who 4 Banquet Committee 3 Basketball 1-2-3-4 ty4 Senior Clay CAROL PERRY DARRELL SAGO MA'l'I'OON ILLINOIS, l-2: G, A. A. I-2 Volleyball l-2 Basketball l-2 Baseball 2 FESTUS 3-4: G. A. A. 4 Prom Committee 3 Baccalaureate 3 Gym lgemoneazttioan 3-4 een ress Spokesman Stott 4 Mer Stall 4 o's Who 4 Senior Carnival 4 Tiger Crowning l Basketball Sweetheart Senior Benefit Show 4 Basketball 3 EDDIE PETBHEIN CRYSTAL l-2 FESTUS 3-4 PAT PRATT Girls Glee Club l-Z-3-4 Mixed Chorus 2-3 Volleyball "B" l-2 Volle ball "A" 3-4 Marc: ol Dimes Assembly 3-4 Prom Committee 3 Camival Queen Attendant 3 Basketball Crowning 3 Tiger Crowning 4 F tball 4 oo Qlueen G. A. A. ice-President 3 G. A. A. President 4 THIRD ROW- DARLA REED F. H. A. Secretary I G. A. A. Vice President I-4 Twirler 1-2-3 Drum Majorette 4 Girls Glee Club 1-2-3-4 Mixed Chorus 1-2-3-4 Faculty-Board Dinner l -2 Soloist at Board Dinner I-2 Tl C ' 4 ger rovmmg March oi Dimes Show Gym Demonstration 1-3-4 Senior Benefit Show 3 Volleyball Captain 4 Volleyball 3-4 Prom Committee 3 Who's Who 4 I C l l 3-4 Sen or arnva Dance Committees l-2-3-4 Band Concert l BOB SCHWEIGEBT Basketball l-2-3-4 Football l Boy's Glee Club l-2-3-4 Mixed Chorus 2-3 Industrial Arts Club 4 D. O. Club 4 4 FOURTH Row- VIBGIL SCHWENT BLOOMSDALE HIGH l: Soft Ball l FESTUS HIGH 2-3-4: Prom Committee 3 Senior Carnival 4 ALLENSPIERMAN Band 2-3-4 Who's Who 4 Cape l-2-3-4 Boys Glee Club l-4 Mixed Chorus 4 Three-Man Basketball 3-4 Industrial Arts Club 4 Senior Carnival l-2-3-4 March ot Dimes Assembly 4 Trumpet Solo at Cape 3-4 Brass Quartette 4 Brass Sextette 4 DOROTHY STATZZL Honor Society 4 Gym Demonstration 3-4 Senior Carnival 4 Girls Glee Club I-2 Baccalaureate Service l-2 De Soto Style Show 2 Essay Contest 2 3 inqton, D. C., 2 Ilrfollgyball ll-2-3-4 um in Sep ?qll?:?Illlbill Sh 4 M:'n1HHAAn?BEnTs lic!-'AID .Tm rglunllfsomd Dlnwol' ci A. AI 1 CRYSTAL crnr 1-not-1 1-2: Candi' Licht Service 4 Band 1-2-3-4 vice President 1 Iunior Play 3 Cabo l-2-3-4 PESTUS HIGH 3 4. Gym Demonstration l-3-4 GU' I GIGS Club 2-3 ' ' Binior Benefit Shaw 4 Banquet Committee 3 Football 3-4 ecoratlon Committees l-2-3-4 323: EZIIFOEIEUU 2-3 P1-om Commiffn 3 T mblfm 1 ' sms: Carnival 4 mm rum ggi? fscqldcl-2-sri 4 am va omm ee F lt -B d Dlnn l Football 2 Silgrrplgrra or cm. .mum Mud Chem' 1'2'3'4 aoealaureate Service 3 BOY! Glee Club l-2 gommsncgmgigt 3 2 3191? C8339 43 em ri ration n r gmgoncfgfvi 4 Drgarationo Committees l-2-3-4 o ' ' March ot Dimes Show 4 Track I-3-4 Tiger Crovrnlng 4 .mils candidate for mp to wm- FIFTH ROW- nr vnmmn Girls Glee Club 1-2-3 Mixed Chorus 1-2-3 Band 1-2-3-4 Cape l-2-3-4 Senior Cgrnlval 4 Hillbilzo how 4 Prom mmittee 3 Decoration Committee March of Dimes 3-4 F. H. A. 1 G. A. A. I-2-4 Reporter G. A. A. 4 So o at Cape 2-3 Honor Society 2-3-4 Secretary Honor Society 4 Secretary D. O. Club 4 Basketball 1-2-3 Vollelyball 1-2-3 Facu ty-Efard Dinner 1 Candle ght Service 4 Lunxor Play 3 accalauneate 1-2-3 Gym De onstration I-3 Basketba Crownin 4 Football rowning I Tiger Crorwning l P. T. A. 2 Pep Band l-2-3-4 LOLA WATERS DESLOG HIGH l-2: F. H. A. FESTUS IGH 3-4: Senior Carnival 4 BETTY WIIDENSOHLU Gym Demonstration l-3-4 Faculty-Board Dinner 2 Honor Solftety 4 Senior odel tor Plymouth Style Show 4 Prom Committee 3 Carnival 4 Dance Committee 1 ARTHUIWII-I-IAMS IOYCI WILLIAMS gnltiationafommlttee 2 e Ch er 2 Twirler I-2-3 F l -Board Dlnn 1-2 Meailollyot Dimes Prolgram 4 Senior Carnival 43-4 D. O. Reporter P. H. A. 1-2 Tiger Crowning 4 Prom Committee 3 Gym Demonstration l-3 Dance Committee 2 TED WRIGHT Mixedzfghorus 2-3-4 C -4 cglflnsxq 2-a Football 2 and 2 ustrtal Arts Club 4 ence Club I ine President Teen Town 4 Sefqeant at Arms Teen Town Danes Committees 1-2 Prom Committee 3 Senior Carnival 4 Manual Arts 2-3-4 - L I I A .fi 'fix ZQ4 ,xgx - 1 'ic . 1 5545! 5 is 6-K Cl 1'1- df! V enior flax .History The 79 freshmen who entered school in 1947 were a typical freshman class. They were re- ceived into school with the usual comments of "poor kids" and "green freshiesf' They were also typical of any other freshman class in the respect of initiation. The sophomores really gave it to them. They recovered in time to decorate for the Valentine dance of that year, and the dance turned out to be a nice affair. For their first year of high school they elected Jack Brase as president, Ivan Bridwell as vice- president, Betty Berkbigler as secretary, Shirley Martin as treasurer, and Richard Lea as ser- geant-at-arms to guide them through their trials and tribulations. There must have been many, for during the year nine freshmen left us to depart for places unknown. Our class returned to school in 1948 as sophomores, as wise as any sophomore class that ever entered the doors of F.H.S. This year it was our tum to do the initiating and we gave just as much as we had got the year before. It was up to us this year to do the decorating for the harvest dance, and the com- mittee did a fine job. We had a nice dance, breaking even on the financial side of the af- fair. This, also, was the year that the students made a good name for themselves. During a drive for the Polio Fund the sophomores were behind when the drive was about over. One night a group of the kids got together and went around to peoples' houses offering to put rock salt on their snow-covered sidewalks in return for contributions to the Polio Fund. The people contributed generously to make the drive a big success. This class was spearheaded by the leadership of Byron Santschi as presi- dent, Betty Strother was vice-president, Carol Jenni was secretary, Willis Blttlcks, treasurer, and Shirley Lashley, reporter. The first thing we juniors of 1949-50 did was to choose Betty Strother as our president: Earl Grieshaber, vice-president: Betty Berkbigler, business manager: Betty Rhineberger secre- tary: and Ivan Bridwell, reporter. This year, for the benefit of the school, our class put on an "almost pantomime" play called "And the Lamp Went Out." It was a very funny play that everyone really enjoyed. Georgeann Hur- ley was the backstage speaker and the actors included Ivan Bridwell, Carol Jenni, and Bill McCaleb. The juniors really enjoyed putting on this little show. This was the year that Jack Brase was recognized as the leading high school pointmaker in football in the entire state. Jack totaled 131 points while playing quarterback. The team piled up a record of eight wins and no losses this year, being scored upon only once, and in the final game of the regular season against Crystal City. Be- cause of their splendid record they were in- vited to play the unbeaten Sikeston Bulldogs in the Polio Bowl in Charleston, Missouri. Here they were defeated by the score of 14 to 0. We juniors, as all other juniors before us, had the privilege this year of decorating for the Junior-Senior Prom. After much controversy we selected a circus background with a tent- roof effect overhead. The buffet supper was held in the study hall with the Junior Mothers Club serving the guests. Herb Mahler and his orchestra played for the prom. The dance was tabbed a success, and everyone agreed readily. Our senior year a total of 54 students en- rolled for their last year at F.H.S. They began by electing Byron Santschi as president for the third time in flve'years. He was president of his eighth grade class. Homer Richardson was vice-president: Betty Rhineberger, secretary: Betty Berkbigler, treasurer: Bill McCaleb, busi- ness manager: Betty Strother, reporter: and Jerry Jacobs, historian. Byron quickly got the class rolling. We began working on prepara- tions for the senior camival. The camival ran two nights, featuring a minstrel show, a melo- drama, a Ferris wheel, numerous "side shows," dart throws, ball throwing, and other attrac- tions, not to mention refreshments. The second night, at 10:00 o'clock, an auction was held, at which articles brought by the student body and donated by Festus and Crystal City mer- chants, were sold to the highest bidder. Many fine articles were sold at very low cost. During this final night of the carnival, Homer Richard- son and Betty Strother were crowned Carnival King and Queen. Attendants to the crowning, and their escorts were, junior candidates: Shir- ley Hurst and Bill North: sophomore candi- dates: Helen Murphy and Garland Strother: freshman candidates: Shirley Billings and Homer Leftridge. All in all, the carnival was a huge success, netting more money than any senior carnival previously. This year the foot- ball team had another good season, although not quite as spectacular as the year before, winning six and losing two. The losses were suffered at the hands of the Farmington Knights and the Crystal City Homets. Co-cap- tains of the team were Earl Grieshaber and Bob Hill. Pat Pratt, senior, was selected by the team to be their queen. The basketball team had a record of 16 wins and 8 losses this year and won three trophies, a second place Christmas tournament trophy, a third place Desloge tournament tro- phy, and a second place Class A Regional tournament trophy. In each of these instances Festus was beaten out by Crystal City. Co-cap- tains for the team were Jack Brase and Jack Buren. Carol Perry was chosen basketball sweetheart. The seniors had a tough time doing it, but managed to get their class rings by Christmas. They were also happy about having all the trip money before Christmas, which was the first time any senior class of F.H.S. had been able to accomplish this feat. We seniors look back on the past four years with a feeling that somewhere along the line friend- ships have been established and traditions set, which a whole world could not sway. 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SGC 7. was - PRES- PRESIDENT .JUNIOR UFF lCSEfE,5 5!2vezaQZ .fffgf 62ZZ:1'z.4' ,qgpoz-,-eg A5571 Busn-1639 M62- SPONSORS eg ff'f'ci?e5"'zf,?4 .fzifynfv :Yeah ,Why Lf flfejvafd .'?Z:s:'4?afy12?afaz2' funk? .giffklll unior Cyan First row: Earline Adams, Richard Alcott, David Asher Melvin Basler, Eileen Blake, Benjamin Brower, Roy Burnside. Second row: Eva Cage, Donald Cage, Herbert Caldwell Ruth Canfield, Eldrid Carron, Sally Clark, Paul Colbert. Third row: Sam Coleman, Lorraine Cook, Bill Counts Norma Craig, Eugene Cross, Stanley Decker, Iim Eckert. Fourth row: Norma Eisnogle, Roy Elliot, Ierry Fallert, Rus- sell Farr. Fifth row: Kathleen Frazier, Mary Fults, Wanda Gray Iack Grebe, Betty Grieshaber, Gerald Grobe, Norma Hall. Sixth row: Ethel Harman, Oliver Hayes, Mildred Hill, Shir- ley Hurst, Sylvia Hunt, Howard Iohnson, Roy Iohnson. Seventh row: Richard Kassen, Betty Keen, Glen Kiepe Wayne Kiepe, Herman Koester. I I ' 8 1 A n n' . 'V c . Q ! X' s 8 'ff kif Ja VLA QJUNIUQS , AN ' T' ' x . .G , :GGY - ,, Q 4-elf N I f A . L a MM A L 9? 9 ff - 1 bv I unior Clan First row: Donald Lassing, Nancy Lea, Stanley Leon, Betty Lindsey, Curtis Long, Iames Lucas, Ray Lucas. Second row: Richard McCarty, Iudith Mertell, Gene Miller, Roselea Miller, Mary Munroe, William North, Patty Page. Third row: Richard Panchot, Doris Partney, Wanda Part- ney, Geraldine Pettus, Erma Pierce, Margie Rhineberger, lack Robertson. Fourth row: Donald Roehrs, Norma Roehrs, Norma Rush, Gay Sago, Ioe Schelling, Charles Schmidt. Fifth row: Tom Schott, Vallie Shoults, William Sims, Wayne Skaggs, Donald Stis, lim Stringer, Oma Swyers. Sixth row: Shirley Tolton, Glen Tuller, Iean Waymire, Charles Wideman, Phyllis Wienberry, Gloria Williams, Wanda Williams. Seventh row: Dale Wilmoth, Shirley Wood, Richard Wynn, Iohn Youngblood. A4 5 N S 49- .a m xv s. 11 , 5, " Q 1 NIUQQ gg 1 x N L .1 0 , V 'T-'V N Si. 3 unior- Senior rom Climaxing the social season of Festus High School, the annual Iunior- Senior Prom was held on Friday, May 4. Again this year it was an open prom and a large number of outside guests were invited by the students. Members of the school board and faculty were also present. Before entering the building, guests knew that something special was taking place at Festus High School. The entrance had been transformed by a large canopy and a snappy doorman, and visitors soon knew they were entering the famed "Stork Club." The prom and banquet were again combined and guests first made their way to the "dining salon" where the world's best chefs-the Iunior Mothers--served a wonderful dinner. Spring flowers and candles decorated the tables and other decorations carried out the black and pink color scheme chosen for the prom. As all entered the "ballroom" they were greeted by the strains of the en- chanting music of Herb Mahler's orchestra. For at least one night the gym was transformed into the "Stork Club." Pink paneled walls were decorated with black silhouettes of dancing couples, flanked on either side by top hats and corsages. Favors were cocktail napkins telling the year and occasion, and dance programs repeated the silhouette of the dancing couple. Sopho- more girls, wearing the traditional "cigarette girl costumes," served as wait- resses and a floor show featuring "top entertainers of stage, screen, radio and television" was presented to the delight ot the audience. All arrangements and decorations for the prom were planned and carried out by members of the junior class, under the direction of Mrs. George Morris, Miss Lucile Holmes, Mr. Iohn Clippard, and Miss Betty Io Rauh, junior class sponsors. The seniors will always remember their last prom at F.H.S. as one of the best ever. 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Seventh row: Caroline Reddicker, Willard Reddicker, Eileen Reece, lack Reed, Ioan Reed, Barbara Rhineberger, Ioe Rhodes, Otto Rathbone, Ronnie Roth. Eighth row: Paul Santschi, Wesley Sherman, Oliver Shoults, Mary Sim- mons, Arleen Sims, Raymond Spitzer, Mary Statzel, Shirley Striler, Richard Tipton. Ninth row: Virginia Turley, Ross Uding, Dale Vinyard, Norma Waters, Mary Lou Westbrook, Robert White, Kate Whiteside, Allen Wollard, Alfred Woodson. 5 39 45' 2 9 1 - .' t '1.,xY Q ' Q . S , A fb . 'rf D , 1 ,V .94 EQ NF A ' PE, .Iac R rw " 7 5 - H Sl 'IKM A Q2 ye e? Q ' 1 -M-Nm i. 1 'Y lies: wks in Ah " V Z 1 H six A Sophomore alctiuitiea The sophomore class sponsored two projects during the school year. The first, "Freshman Initiation Day," was de- signed to aid in freshman orientation. On this day the sopho- mores plan the dress of the freshmen, who make quite a spec- tacle of themselves with their looks and actions. The assembly featuring several performances on the stage simultaneously is one of the highlights of the year. This activity was climaxed by a get-acquainted dance on September 8. Iuke box music was used, games of ping-pong played, coke and cookies were served for refreshments. Many new friends were made during the evening and the freshmen certainly began to realize that they were a part of the school. The second project sponsored by the sophomores was the Harvest Dance on November 3. The Smoky Mountain Boys from Ste. Genevieve furnished the music for the Old Fashioned Bam Dance. The decorations were typical of the season-bales of hay, comstalks, pumpkins, and yellow leaves. A paper moon light- ed the dance. Mr. Burkart and Mr. Neil Dean called two square dances, which highlighted the evening. ff!!!ffffffffffffffJffHfffffffffffffWfffffffffffffff.fUfEfff7ZIfffffZ'J ff7W!Wf fffZZffff'ffff5!W lfff fffWfffffffffJKf.ffff QM H 1 '-I 1 If f XS'Nxm.m? 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Third row: Mary Counts, Willis DeClue, Robert Dobbs, Marian Drury, Shirley Faenger, Gerald Faenger, Ivan Fast, Orville Ferguson, Elizabeth Gehrs, Beverly Gendron. Fourth row: Barbara Genrich, Robert Gray, Ronald Green, Harry Gray, Iames Grobe, Shirley Hendrix, Charles Huber, Norma Hunt, Frederick Isen- man, Dwayne Iames. Fifth row: Bill Iohnson, Buddy Iohnson, Kenneth Kast, Ianet Kennedy, Iohn Ketcherside, Bonnie King, Ierry Klein, Dennie Knighton, William Koeh- ler, Pat LaFlure. Sixth row: Hart Lea, Homer Leftridge, Dale Long, David Long, Dora Magre, Mary Mahue. Seventh row: Iames Martin, Rhea Matthews, Sue McClain, Beatrice Mc- Cormick, Shirley McCreary, Iohn McKee, Mary McKee, Richard McMahon, Ralph Meehan, Phillip Meyers. Eighth row: Mary Miller, Walter Miller, Warren Moore, Sue Morris, Lar- ry Nanny, Lloyd Nieman, Robert Ogle, Audrey Page, Robert Parr, Ioyce Perryman. Ninth row: Dolores Pierce, Mary Pratt, William Reando, Philmore Reece, Mary Reniro, Richard Rhodes, Carma Rigdon, Marlene Riley, Mary Ellen Roberts, Francis Robertson. Tenth row: Virgil Rogers, Tommy Roth, Lois Roussin, Shirley Schweigert, Leon Schwent, Shirley Self, Pearl Sims, Barbara Statler, Delores Thompson, Thomas Uding. Eleventh row: Reginia Vandiver, Cecil Vaughn, Daniel Wegman, Don- ald White, Carl Williams, Carma Williams, Marilyn Wilson, Mary Wood- son, Elaine Zelsman. 2523539293 RSSBRQEQEE 533.3 393 W3 FQESHMEN SQQZQSQSHH ?3EWEB39S3 99i59329QR 3Q?3R99993 QRQQEQQSQ gfefhnlan 'Uafentine .fbance The Valentine Dance was the freshman enter- tainment for the year. The decorations consisted of the traditional Valentine red and white. Crepe paper streamers of red and white radiating lrom a center ring made an effective ceiling. These streamers, hanging from the Wall, were caught With red hearts and bor- dered With red lights. Stuart McCaleb's band fumished the music. 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K X S ' I bo it f K ROYALTY D F PHE wx TIGER QUEEN RETIEING QUEEN JOAN NENGEL TRULA SKAGGS EETIEING KING TIGER KING VALLE PFAFF WILLIS BITTICK V ilu tw I? CARNIVAL QUEEN RETIRING QUEEN BETTY STROTI-IER COLEEN COLIN QJVQ RETIRING KING CARNIVAL KING DAVID DEAN I-IOMER RICHARDSON FOOTBALL QUEEN RETIRING QUEEN PAT PRATT VIRGINIA MCMULLEN QfV8 RETIRING QUEEN BASKETBALL SWEETHEART TRULA MAE SKAGGS CAROL PERRY iger Crowning The 1950 Coronation of the Tiger King and Queen was held on Ianuary 8. Ioan Nengel and Willis Bitticks were crowned at these ceremonies. The following program was rendered: Welcome address, Rita Courtois, The Footlighter March by Harry Fillmore and Overture "Eroica" by Ioseph Skamicka were played by the band. The processional followed. Georgeann Hurley and Alta Bailey, co-editors of The Ti- ger, crowned the dignitaries. A flute duet, Fifth Nocturne by Lay Beck, w rendered by Carol Matthes and Margie Manns. After the recessional the band played two numbers: Monte Cristo Overture by Ioseph Paulson and His Honor March by Henry Fillmore. The pro- gram closed with the singing of "Alma Mater." The attendants were Betty Berkbigler, Carol Perry, Pat Pratt, Darla Reed, Betty Rhine- berger, Martha Roberts, Betty Strother, Pat Vinyard and Ioyce Williams. These girls were escorted by Ierry Iacobs, Ioe Bumside, lack Brase, Dan Ficken, lack Buren, Byron Santschi, Homer Richardson, Bob Hill and Earl Grieshaber. The crownbearers were Mary Anthony Long, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Long Sr., and Iirnmie Roehrs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Roehrs. The retiring Queen and King, Trula Skaggs and Valle Pfaff fsubstitute Bill Lucasl, headed the procession. The King and Queen were presented with a lovely necklace and bracelet and a knife, given through the courtesy of Gift Chest Iewelers. Ushers were Bill McCaleb, Gwen Fast, Mildred Hill, Norma Roehrs and Betty Lindsey. Left to right: Trula Skaggs, Bill Lucas, Darla Reed, Dan Ficken, Martha Roberts, Byron Santschi, Carol Perry, Ice Burnside, Pat Pratt, lack Brase, Iimmie Roehrs, Georqeann Hurley, Willis Bitticks CKingl, loan Nengel fQueenl, Alta Bailey, Mary Anthony Long, lack Buren, Betty Rhlneberger, Homer Richardson, Betty Strother, Bob Hill, Pat Vinyard, Ierry Iacobs, Betty Berkbigler, Earl Grieehaber and Ioyce Williams. Clarniual Crowning As a fitting climax to the annual Senior Carnival, Betty Ann Strother and Homer Rich- ardson were crowned Carnival Queen and King. The crowning took place late Friday even- ing, September 29, after the other activities of the Camival had ceased. These two were chosen by popular vote from the following candidates: Shirley Hurst and Bill North, Helen Murphy and Garland Strother, Shirley Billings and Homer Leftridge. Iulia Ellen Anselm and George Strother were the two crownbearers. Iulia is the daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Anselm, and George is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Strother and the brother of Betty Ann and Garland. The Queen looked lovely in her green moire taffeta formal. The neckline was enclosed with green net and the sleeves were dainty puffs of net. The Queen was presented with a lovely heart-shaped locket and the King with a gold key chain. Back row Cleft to riqhtl: Garland Strother, Helen Murphy, Bill North, Shirley Billings and Homer Leftriclge. Front row: George Strother, Iulia Ellen Anselm, Homer Richardson fKingl, and Betty Strother fQueenJ. gootball crowning The crowning ceremony of the Football Queen of 1951 was held at the annual Christ- mas Dance on December 23. Virginia McMullen, the retiring queen, was present to surren- der her throne to Pat Pratt, the new queen. The newly chosen queen was escorted to her throne by Earl Grieshaber, co-captain of the football team. Earl, who ofticiated at the crowning, presented Pat with a necklace with a tiny engraved football and bestowed the traditional kiss. Preceding the queen to her throne were four other class attendants and their escorts, chosen by the football squad. They were: Pat Vinyard, Norma Hall, Delores Carrow, Bar- bara Statler, Bob Hill, Dan Ficken, lack Brase, and Willis Bittick. Pat was very lovely in her beautiful snow white formal of taffeta, with a net lace in- sert at the neck. She carried a bouquet of white chrysanthemums tied with a white satin ribbon. The two small crownbearers were Delores Pratt, sister of the queen, and Donald Hill. Delores is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Pratt and Donald is the small son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hill. Left to right: Virginia McMullen, Homer Richardson, Norma Hall, Dan Ficken, Barbara Statler, Willis Bittick, Pat Pratt KQueenJ, Earl Grieshaber, Pat Vinyard, Bob Hill, Delores Pratt, Donald Hill, Delores Carrow, and lack Brass. lgaaketba Crowning At the annual Valentine Dance held in the Festus High School auditorium February 19, 1951, Carol Perry was crowned Basketball Sweetheart for 1950-51. Miss Trula Scaggs, the retiring Basketball Sweetheart, was attired in a multi-colored formal of pink, green, blue and yellow. Pearl Sims, freshman attendant, had as her attire a formal of light pink. A new student in the sophomore class is Sandra Garnache. The dress Sandra wore was a lovely green. Kay Collins donned an aqua formal with a matching stoll for the crowning. Pat Vinyard, the senior attendant, wore a lovely green formal. Carol Ann Perry, our Basketball Sweetheart, was attired in a white embroidered lap- anese silk formal. The crownbearers were Pattie Sue Tynes, daughter of Superintendent and Mrs. Ralph Tynes, and Ben Drake, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Drake. lack Buren escorted her to the throne. Other escorts were: lack Brase, Ierry Iacobs, Wayne Skaggs, and Wayne Holdinghausen. Back row: lack Brase, Trula Scaggs, Wayne Holdinghausen, Pat Vinyard, Wayne Scaggs, Sandra Gamache, Iack Buren, Pearl Sims, Ierry Jacobs, Kay Collins, William Simms, and Paula Rigdon. Front row: Pattie Sue Tynes, Carol Ann Perry KQueenJ, Ben Drake, and Patsy Aubuchon. if eniord to flour lleep :South On Sunday, May 20, at 10:53 a.m. a very excited group of seniors will leave for their tour through the Deep South, by train, en route for New Orleans. Lunch and evening meals will be serv- ed on the train while it is traveling south toward Memphis, where an enjoyable even- ing will be spent. The seniors will have the privilege of visiting the Grand Central Rail- road Station and many other interesting at- tractions of the town. At 9:30 p.m. the group will leave Mem- phis and arrive at Iackson, Miss., at 5 a.m. Monday. Breakfast will be served in a res- taurant in Iackson. A short stop-over will give the seniors an opportunity to visit the Mississippi state capitol building and many other large business buildings. At 7 a.m. they will again board the train. En route to Gulfport, Miss., they will pass through the areas used during the war for the training of our troops, the forest and swamp sections of Mississippi. At 11:50 that morning the group will ar- rive in Gulfport, where they will visit the waterfront section of this busy port and see several ships from foreign lands in the har- bor. Luncheon will be served at the historic old Friendship House. On their way to Bi- loxi they will see Edgewater Park, Beuvior, old home of Iefferson Davis, and many other places of interest. At 2:30 the anxious sen- iors will arrive at Hotel Biloxi, which is lo- cated on the beach facing the ocean. Here they will be assigned rooms and served din- ner in the main dining room. The seniors will now spend three unfor- gettable days at the sea on the Gulf of Mex- ico. There they can swim, play and relax on the ocean beaches. They will be given a thrilling cruise to Ship Island, formerly known as "Itchy-Itchy" Island. The group will leave Biloxi and go to New Orleans on Friday at 12:40. This will be a very scenic trip covering many miles of coastal territory. ln every direction we will be able to see magnolias, palms and oaks draped with lovely Spanish moss. The seniors will arrive in historic New Orleans at 3:45 p.m. and immediately take a guided tour of the famous French quarter and other famous sights of the city. Rooms will be provided at Hotel Monteleone, lo- cated in the French quarter. The group will have dinner at the world famous La Louis- iane Restaurant. An excursion boat trip along the Mississippi River harbor will be held in the evening. Here the seniors will view the lovely New Orleans skyline and the ocean-going steamships, and will en- joy music and dancing on the deck. Saturday a full day will be provided in New Orleans, visiting the famous universi- ties and various amusement centers. At 8:30 Saturday evening the seniors will leave New Orleans and be homeward bound through the "Beautiful Southland" Sunday morning will find these travel- weary seniors at Memphis waiting for the train back to Festus. The adventurous sen- iors will arrive in Festus at 2:20 Sunday aft- ernoon, having completed their long-await- ed trip. The Senior Class of 1951 wishes to thank the Mothers Club and their sponsors, who have worked so faithfully with them in or- der to make this trip possible. Many such enjoyable experiences have made possible the golden memories of their high school days. .. , X 6' if , x fi ,Q 89' ' ' . I , , . 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'Elia-' - -' 1" ', 4.. -,, .- - ,ea,,:l"' , . . :,,,:- V:-"' 2 'A 3, .- "f'9fi.'1f P -4f ' 1hf7Ye"2 - .ff :mf i . -lil. . - ... -rf-11, 1 ,-:af q."f.2f.fw 1 1. 3. 5 4 . haul: ' - ,. ff" 5.242311-' 5-44, n-- ' .tw f',g1'..f"' '. - --g 'wp -5 1.-,fied 1' -.X -Q, . ,. -- .,-ff -- '-5-K' - ---. .4 1 A w-' 31" . - fmzy A142215 dS'a4ket6all - 1950-51 This year the Festus Tigers completed a most successful season. The "Gold and Black" under Coach Murrell Godwin won 16 and lost 8 games- 5 of these losses to the same team. The Tigers won second place in the Ietterson County Invitational Toum- ament, third place in the Desloge Tournament, and second place in the State Regional Toumament at Washington. The Tigers will lose six boys from the team this year. They are: Iack Brase, lack Buren, Ierry Iacobs, Wayne Holdinghausen, Bob Schweigert and Ioe Burnside. However, prospects for next year are good as two regulars, Sonny Sims and Wayne Skaggs, will return, as well as Tom DeClue, Ierry Fallert, lack Robertson and Dick Kassen. There also were some fine boys play- ing on our "B" squad who may iind a berth on the varsity squad. SUMMARY Festus St. Francis lWashingtonJ Festus De Soto ................,............,. Festus Ste. Genevieve ................. Festus Potosi .............,..... Festus Desloge ................... Festus Ste. Genevieve ...... Festus Herculaneum ,.... Festus Crystal City ....................... Festus Herculaneum .................... Festus St. Peters CSL Charlesl... Festus Hillsboro ............................ Festus ........... ........ De Soto ......... Festus Esther ............ Festus Elvins ............... Festus ........... ........ Festus ........... ........ Festus Festus Festus ........... ........ Festus ........... ........ Festus ........... ........ Festus ........... ........ Festus ........... ........ Crystal City ........ Leadwood ....... Crystal City ........ Herculaneum ..... Hillsboro ..................... Farmington ..................... Sullivan Kovertimel ...... Union .... . ..................... . Crystal City ........ -at 509753 Q ss 5 Q39 Egg? v2 WH! Q z.A "5" Barketball - 1950-51 The Festus "B" squad finished an 18-game schedule this year, winning six games and losing twelve. Although having a poor won-loss record the team, under the direction of Norman Bequette, improved greatly through the year and many of these boys will be see- ing varsity action next year. SUMMARY 34 49 21 29 41 39 27 39 40 48 44 49 27 39 55 Festus ...... 27 St. Francis, Washington Festus ...... 35 De Soto .,,..,. ......r..........,.. Festus ..,,.. 24 Ste. Genevieve ......... Festus ....... 18 Potosi ................... Festus ...... 36 Desloge ...........,..,. ..,,... Festus ...... 21 Crystal City ....................... ....... F estus ...... 32 Herculaneum .............. ....., ..,.. ....... Festus ...... 38 St. Peters CSL Charlesl Festus ...... 29 Hillsboro ..........,.............,.... ,...... Festus ....... 38 De Soto ,......,......,..,.....,,.. F estus ....... 46 Crystal City ..............,.... Festus ....... 38 C.B.C. tSt. Charlesl ...... Festus ....... 47 Crystal City .................. Festus ..,,..V. ....... 3 8 Herculaneum .,..,......... Festus ..........,.......,.. 65 Hillsboro ........... Festus .....,.. .........,...,........... 3 8 Farmington ..... Iefierson County Toumament Festus .......................................,...,.,,.,.,........... 58 De Soto ........,.......,......... Festus .......................,..,.,,...............,........,,...... 40 Crystal City .................,.. Top row Cleft to right! C h Bequette, Mickey Olmstead, Sonny Akins, Ronnie Roth. Bottom row tlett to rightiz Arthur Henson, Iohn Skaggs, Allen McKee, Allred Woodson, Bill unior .High Badkelbau Koehler, lack DeBoor. The Festus Iunior High basketball team completed a most successful season this year. The team, coached by Richard Blanton, won nine games while losing only three. At the Iunior High tournament at Elvins they took third place, losing to Flat River in the semi-tinal round. Festus F estus F estus Festus Festus Festus Festus Festus Festus Festus Festus Festus SUMMARY 53 Belgrade 20 35 Farmington 27 33 De Soto 27 29 Herculaneum ll 24 Crystal City 37 46 Crystal City 55 44 Bonne Terre ....,.,,4l 31 De Soto ............. ..,..,, 2 5 Elvins Iunior High Tournament 28 Esther 26 32 Fredericktown 19 21 Flat River ........,...... ..............,...............,...... 3 8 41 Elvins .........................,,....................,.,...,..,,...... 34 Top row Ilett to rightl: Lloyd Brunkhorst, lim Keyton, Iohn Skaggs, Richard McMahon, Glen Vinyard, Ralph Meehan. B1 t Second row tlelt to rtqhtlx Bob Gray, Sonny Akins, Ken Kast, Bill Koehler, Charles Bauman, lim Martin, Coach an on. Bottom row tlett to rlghtl: Homer Lettridge, Norman Clerc, Louis Wilson, lim Tuller, George Llolios, Monty Klein, Homer DeClue. I i Y 3, WN i xf 1950-51 Basketball .cettermen Kneeling Cleft to rightl: Coach Godwin, lack Brase, Bill Sims, Wayne Skaggs, Ierry Jacobs, Jack Buren. Standing Cleft to rightlz Bob Schweigert, Tom DeClue, Ierry Fallert, lack Robertson, Wayne l-loldinghausen, Ioe Burnside, Dick Kassen. Uma - 1951 As this yearbook goes to press the Festus track team is just starting prac- tice, but a winning season is expected. Nine lettermen from last year have reported out. They are: Bill Sims, lack Buren, Iack Brase, Bill McCaleb, lack Robertson, Wayne Holdinghausen, Bill North, Dick Kassen and Gerald Grobe. Dan Ficken, who set a new record for the high hurdles at the county meet last season, was unable to go out because of a leg injury received during football season. The tumout of new boys was very gratifying and we feel sure that under Coach Godwin's watchful eye the Festus track team will be one to be proud of this season. The schedule of meets for this season was as follows: April 6-Dual, Festus vs. De Soto. April 13-County Track Meet. April 21--Mineral Area Track Meet. April 28-Cape District Meet. May 4 and 5-State Track Meet. The picture on the opposite page is that of the returning lettermefn of 1950. They are as follows lleft to rightls Coach Godwin, Dick Kassen, Gerald Grohe, Bill McCaleb, lack Robertson, Iack Buren, lack Brase, Bill Sims, Bill North, Dan Ficken, Homer Boyer and Wayne Holdinghausen. Ag, 9 . R , A Q4 qxaw l IJ! ' 3 Q . . NG, E M ,4- Q5 ' if Qirla 7 volleyball The girls volleyball team was chosen from participating members oi the annual class volleyball toumament. The team did not have a regular playing schedule, but they played three games. One game was with Bloomsdale and the other two were with Valle High. Mrs. Mitchell and her girls have rendered a fine service toward better sportsmanship and are to be commended upon their fine ability. First row: Ioan Reed, Pat Page, Pearl Sims, Pat Pratt, Earline Adams, Kay Collins, Mildred Hill, and Norma Eisnogle. Second row: Eva Cage, Sally Clark, Darla Reed, Shirley Faenger, Carla Cockerham, Norma Roehre, Shirley Grohe, Paula Rigdon, Margie Manns. Third row: Faye Ogle, Margie Diiani, Marlene Riley, Shirley Billings, Bonny King, Elvera Muel- ler, Erma Hoffmeister, Norma Hall, Mrs. Mitchell tsponsorl. fep Squad A completely reorganized Pep Squad was on hand this year to support the Tigers. A group of 32 girls, under the direction of Mrs. Helen Mitchell, was chosen for their marching ability and posture. Their uniforms consisted oi gold bellhop jackets and black skirts. Marching drills and formations were presented at home football and basketball games. Tryouts tor cheerleaders were held at the beginning of school and the following were chosen: Betty Strother, Marlene Riley, Beverly Gendron and Delores Thompson. Bonnie King and Marilyn Wilson were chosen as acro- batic cheer leaders. ACROBATS: Bonnie King and Marilyn Wilson. CHEERLEADERS: Beverly Gendron, Delores Thompson, Betty Strother, Marlene Riley. First row: Shirley Speidel, Betty Birkbtgler, Norma Eisnogle, Sue Morris, Regina Vandiver, Shir- ley Billings, Audrey Page, Mary Woodson, Lorraine Cook, Rose Lea Miller. Second row: Earline Adams, Gretta Griliith, Betty Keen, Norma Rush, Mary Lou Reniro, Audrey Rigdon, Agnes Portell, Mary Drury, Shirley Faenger, Eva Cage, Mrs. Helen Mitchell tsponsorl. Third row: Rita Courtots, Darlene Counts, Norma Aubuchon, Shirley Hendrix, Betty Lindsey, Norma Hall, Wanda Partney, Sandra Gamache, Sue McClain, Lois Roussin, Audrey Partney. ae. Qs" QWWS QQQ if ww sg? Q,. QQ Q Q 1. ' ' ef -Q- ,fx ,.., 9 x . -rigs ,- X -,311 ' . 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'Ill N ce ACTIVITIES fffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff!fffffffffffffffffffI N S Q N X X R X Q I X E X Q Q X 5 X Q X Q X Q X X I X Q N 5 X X N vfffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffrfA X f , Ll - 2 N1 X ' N N -4X If 8 -NX "N X .5 F FN--I.. f eiil' X alll' I .Ip X -,-1. lj Ei 'N' I' is ,. 'N Xlg ' X C I S and Our 56-piece band enjoyed a very successful season this year under the capable di- rection of Mr. Leo Behrens. Three main concerts were presented during the school year, the first of which was held to introduce the new band members to the public on December 1, 1950. The second one was presented March 19, 1951, for the purpose of presenting the numbers to be played at Cape Girardeau. The third concert was given late in the fourth quarter to end their suc- cessful season. I Local sport fans were entertained at home football games by our Marching Band. Such figures as a pumpkin, tulips, square dance and a little brown jug were formed. The fans also enjoyed having the Pep Band at basketball games. At the Music Festival at Cape Girardeau the band played "Emblem ot Unity" by I. I. Richards, and "Gulls of Gaspe" by Hildreth. The band received a I rating, which entitled them to attend the State Music Festival at Columbia. First row Cleft to rightlz Bill McCaleb, Martha Roberts, Paula Rigdon, Iim Eckert, Ianaan Mitchell, Ardeth McClain, Barbara Burnside, Carol Matthes, Margie Manns. Second row: Erma Hofimeister, Betty Lindsey, Ioyce Copeland, Shirley Hurst, Kathleen Frazier, Norma Hall, Mary Lou Westbrook, Martha Smith, Gay Sago, Kate Whiteside, Byron Santschi, Arlene Sims, George Morris, Wayne Kiepe, Ioan Nengle, Carma Rigdon, Pat Page, Pat Vinyard. Third row: Allen Wollard, Ronald Roth, Carl Payne, Iean Stauss, Nancy Wilson, Diana Smith, Alice Westbrook, Bar- bara Statler, Pearl Sims, Mary Ellen Roberts, Ioan Reed, Allen Sherman, Iack Brase, Stanley Leon, Andy Boyer, Richard Tipton, Norman Clerc, Iim Keyton, Iim Stringer, Charles Dreyar, Curtis Long, Wesley Sherman, Max Marbain, Glen Kiepe. Standing: Jerry Klein, Mr. Behrens, Kay Collins and Shirley Wood. ixecl Clzoru4 Our mixed chorus, under the leadership of Mr. Leo Behrens, developed into one of our most entertaining choral groups in the school. This group presented many excellent musical selections and also participated in the annual Southeast Missouri Music Festival at Cape Girardeau. The numbers sung were "Beautiful Savior" by F. Melius Christianson, and "A Violin is Singing in the Street," arranged by Alexander Koshetz. They received a II rating. The mixed chorus consists of 52 members chosen from the various boys and girls chorus classes. Much talent was displayed by the mixed chorus, and Mr. Behrens and the group are to be congratulated upon their fine cooperation, which resulted in many magnificent per- fonnances. First row tlett to rightlz Oma Swyers, Elvera Mueller, Darla Reed, Ann Bourisaw, Faye Ogle, Martha Smith, Delores Carrow, Norma Ioy Roehrs, Norma Eisnogle, Kathy Frazier, Paula Rigdon, Carol Matthes, Earline Adams. Second row: Mr. Behrens, Arlene Simms, Alta Bailey, Kay Collins, Shirley Wood, Ioan Cook, Shirley Hurst, Gwen Fast, Betty Rhineberger, Ioan Nengle, Margie Manns, Ioan Drury, Margie Difani, Ella Mae McClanahan, Pat Page, Gloria Williams, Barbara Rhineberger, Kate Whiteside. Third row: Dick Alcott, Iim Stringer, Homer Boyer, Curtis Long, Don Lassing, George Morris, Dick Kassen, Max Mar- batn, Leroy Buren, Wayne Skaggs, lack' Buren, lack Robertson, 'Allen Sherman, Dale Wilmoth, Roy Elliot, Iohn Youngblood, Tommy Schott, Allen McKee, Wesley Sherman. girla , glee Club Under the direction of Mr. Leo Behrens, fifty girls voices of the Glee Club were heard at the Cape Contest. They presented "Cherubim Song KNO. 77" by Bortniansky Trehame, and "Gay Fiesta," arranged by Riegger. They receiv- ed a 2 rating. First row: Oma Swyers, Elvera Mueller, Darla Reed, Ann Rita Bourisaw, Faye Ogle, Martha Smith, Delores Carrow, Norma Eisnogle, Kathleen Frazier, lean Waymire, Carol Matthes. Second row: Erma Pierce, Iudy Mertell, Virginia Turley, Ruth Ann Cantield, Mildred Hill, Mary Aklns, Alta Bailey, Paula Rigdon, Margie Rhineberger, Barbara Rhlneberger, Norma Rush, Betty Keen, Margie Manns, Ioan Drury, Margie Ditani, Vera Dittmer, Kate Whiteside, Gail Holdinghausen, Valene Hayes, Mr. Behrens, music director. Third row: Ella McClanahan, Arlene Sims, Kay Collins, Shirley Wood, Ioan Cook, Lorraine Cook, Wanda Williams, Rita Courtois, Betty Rhtneberger, Gwen Fast, Norma Hall, Earline Adams, Patty Page, Gloria Williams, Pat Pratt, Betty Lindsey, Wanda Partney, Shirley Hurst, Ioan Reed, Ioan Nengel. isfoyf glee club The Boys' Glee Club, under the direction of Mr. Leo Behrens, consist- ed of forty-five boys. At the Southeast Missouri festival this group presented the following selections: "A Mighty Fortress is Our God," by Luther Olds, and "C1imbin' Up the Mountain," arranged by Smith. They received a 2 rating. 1 First row: Charles Schmidt, Allen McKee, Wilbur Ferguson, Wesley Sherman, Max Morbain, Allen Sherman, Eugene Cross, Homer Boyer, Dale Vinyard, lim Stringer, Don Cage. Second row: Mr. Behrens, Iohn Youngblood, Roy Elliot, Delbert Eisenbeis, Oliver Shoults, Dick Kassen, Willard Reddicker, Leroy Buren, George Morris, Dick Wynn, Oliver Hayes. Third row: Don Lasting. lack Buren, lack Robertson, Wayne Skaggs, Louis Carlin, Tommy Schott, Dale Wilmoth, Bill Counts, Francis Lucas, Dick Alcott, Curtis Long, Raymond Carlin. "R Tx r 81, 11 f if 111 .ff V W if W ' .9 'G 1- -a 55' 15' vi 1 T if . 5 KG' 'G 5 1? W is 7 Q Q ff V 6' if Hg " H 1 6 5' U K3 " 1 5 E 9 at in H 'M' J I 5 ' -as 5, - A is if ' 4' ff 'f M It sq 5 --, , - an A lease neunq Clape Conteatanta Festus High School had the honor of winning six I ratings, twelve II ratings and two III ratings at the Southeast Missouri District Music Contests at Cape Girardeau. This is a wonderful record and speaks well for our school. Below is a list of numbers, contestants, and ratings. Mixed Quartet .......................,.,..,... ..As Torrents in Summer Bless the Lord, O My Soul Boys Low Voice .....A.....,.,. and Night The Horn GEORGE MORRIS SHIRLEY WOOD, DONALD LAS- GEORGE Monms ,,.,,., ,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, SING, KATE WHITESIDE .c........,,.......,.,........ .. III P- S I S h P Brass Sextet ...,....i...........,.,.......i........,.,.........,....,..... Tone Sketch mno oo """""""""""' """' ' """" eo lc oem ALLEN SHERMAN, MARTHA swuri-it CHARLES CAROL MMTHES A---'t- -----4---------"--------------- DREYEH, STANLEY LEON, GLENN KIE E, wi-:sLEY pm, Solo gggugaq,,--A,,q4..--,-.-,--- -,,,A,,--,.-,,A P mmon SHERMAN "A""t"""'""""'t'"""""''""''ct""'"""""'""'"""""""""'AA H KATE wR1'rEs1DE ...,.., ..........,.....,.,...,......,.,,,,. Brass Quartet ................... ..................,... C aprice in G Minor U ALLEN SHERMAN, GLENN KLEPE, CURTIS LONG, Clams' S010 '-"---------E-'-' -------'-' C Onwtv NO- 2 STANLEY LEON .,.,....r....,,...........,,,.........................,.,...........A......... n BILL MCCALEB ..... ,.....................t......,,,.,.,. mul' Trio '-"--- ----'''"'-A"-""'-""'--"'-----""""'A'A"'--A"--""-A F ughena Clarinet Solo .......,............. ..................... M inute Walt: g4dgRrg'.gE,EMANNs, cARoL MATTHES, BARBARA I PAUL-A RIGDON ,,,V,v. ,,,l-,-,,w,l,.,,--,,,,-, Abgg ",,,,-.q4,4.,q.,,, C1...,,..r Q..A.LI"'ff1fQ1f'fQff' .... ff .t.. flffflf.QIQIQQiliilglltgli. Trumps' S010 ,,,.--..-,--..,i-..... ..,-.,, sound- of th- Hudson BILL MCCALEE, MARTHA ROBERTS, IIM ECKERT, AU-EN SHERMAN ---'--- --------A-'- - ----------------------------------'-A- PAUL-A RIGDON --'A----------------'---'---'A-------4-4---4----"'-----"-'-A---'---"---'--- I Baritone Hom .................,.,....... . ...,.,. Maid of the Mist Girls High Voice ..... L .,.....,.... M ,,.,, .,......, i ........ . Fhlgoming WESLEY SHERMAN ......, ..............................,.,.,.,,,,, Y VCI' S G ll QIUIGTA SHIRLEY WOOD I-Q-.-.A,.V-.,,-P,,-.,-,--- A ------,.iY.h'....--v,,.-.'--,-,-,-----.,-- mln AHC SUIOPIIOHO ....-.-.----.,.--- .................. S axopeal G11 Lo vi P f N tcm Child CARHA RIGDON "t""""""' r' W oc. ""'A'A"""4"" rayer Q a orweg Shgeg Baton Twirllng KATE WHITESIDE .,,...,,....,,..,...............L..,,........,...............,,.....,.,. ll GEORGEANN HURLEY ,.,,.,..,.,,,....,.,..,.,,,,,.,,,,.. Back row elett to rightl: Mr. Behrens, instructor, Glenn Kiepe, Curtis Long, Charles Dreyer, George Morris, Allen Sherman, Bill Mc aleb, Wesley Sherman. Front row Cleft to rightl: Carol Matthes, Paula Rigdon, Margie Manns, Georgeann Hurley, Pat Vinyard, Shirley Wood, Arlene Simms, Kathryn Whiteside, Carma Rigdon. wirlem The seven energetic majorettes of Festus High School, led by Darla Reed, set the pace for the band at all home football games and many parades during the year. Not only did they arouse the enthusiasm and raise the morale of our players and spectators, but they lent glamour and color to the scene. The Festus Twirlers were represented at the Southeast Missouri Music Festival by Georgeann Hurley. She made a very nice showing and the school is proud to announce her II rating. DH i Left to right: Ioan Drury, Delores Carrow, Georgeann Hurley, Darla Reed, Ann Rita Bourisaw, Faye Ogle, Margie an . ibrariana Our library has increased tremendously this year. 'I'here are over 2000 books in the li- brary, about 325 of which were added during the year. In the past two years three different files have been compiled. First is the general file of pamphlets and newspaper articles. Second is a file of outstanding university catalogs and third is an occupational file. This year Compton's Picture Encyclopedia has been added and is being used to a great extent. The students are taking a greater interest in the library since so many books of their interest have been purchased. The Librarians are: Left to right: Betty Berkbigler, Earltne Adams, Ioan Cook, Ierry Pettus, Barbara Rhineberger, Shirley Grobe, Alta Bailey, Mrs. Dreyer lsponsorl, Raymond Carlin, Harry Nieman. .. A- - -W 1 1--W - -- 5 I Al 1 ai 4, M H is ig: 5' fy N P62 7 ' 52-'iliff , A la umbfing eam The Tumbling Team performed at the Gym Demonstration which was held April 12 in the high school gym. This team spent several Thursday evenings practicing for this event and gave a good performance. ln addition to those on the picture, there are seven more girls on the team. Left to right: Bonny King, Norma Hall, Margie Manns, Sally Clark, Kay Collins, Arlene Sims, Mildred Hill, Marilyn Wilson, Lorraine Cook, Norma Roehrs, Barbara Burnside, Pearl Sims, Earline Adams, Eva Cage, Pat Page, Rosalee Miller, Margie Difani. Qirb ahlzfetic aluocia lion The Girls Athletic Association, under the leadership of Mrs. Helen Mitchell, was reor- ganized again this year. There were approximately 83 active members participating in the various functions. They gave the annual G.A.A. dance on March 28 in the auditorium, with the Smoky Mountain Boys furnishing the music. The purpose of the Girls Athletic Association is to promote a genuine love and knowl- edge of sports by active participation. In the past year, as in previous years, the girls have had volleyball, basketball and tumbling meets. Several rivalry games were held here and at other schools. To be eligible for a G.A.A. letter one must have earned one thousand or more points by participating in activities or health programs. This year officers were: President, Pat Pratt, vice-president, Pat Vinyard, secretary- treasurer, Earline Adams, reporter, Pat Vinyard. First row: Kay Collins, Rita Courtois, Carol Perry, Erma Hofimeister, Earline Adams, Pat Pratt, Darla Reed, Ioan Nengel, Elvera Mueller, Rose Lea Miller, Norma Eisnogle, Mary Munroe, Mildred Hill. Second row: Delores Pierce, Wanda Partney, Lorraine Cook, Shirley Wood, Shirley Speidel, Gloria Williams, Sally Clark, Norma Hall, Norma Roehrs, Eva Cage, Betty Lindsey, Pat Page, Gwen Fast, Shirley Hurst, Erma Pierce, Phyllis Wein- berry, Ruth Ann Canfield, Mary Pratt, Norma Hunt. Third row: Carla Cockerham, Delores Carrow, Margie Manns, Margie Ditani, Faye Ogle, Ioan Drury, Ioan Reed, Shir- ley Grobe, Barbara Bumside, Ioan Cook, Audrey Partney, Shirley Striler, Ardith McClain, Marilyn Aubuchon, Kate White- side, Arlene Simms, Gretta Griffith, Paula Rigdon, Ella Mae McClanahan, Mary Lou Westbrook, Virginia Turley, Peggy Eisenbeis, Mary Woodson, Barbara Statler. Fourth row: Darlene Counts, Norma Aubuchon, Shirley Schweigert, Marlene Riley, Beverly Gendron, Shirley Hen- drix, Delores Thompson, Agnes Portell, Bonny King, Pearl Sims, Shirley Faenger, Sue Morris, Carma Williams, Sue McClain, Mary Ellen Roberts, Marilyn Wilson, Audrey Page, Reginia Vandiver, Shirley Billings, Lois Roussin, Audrey Rigdon, Carma Rigdon, Mary Lou Renfro, Rhea Matthews, Elizabeth Gehrs, Mary Drury, Shirley Basler, Mrs. Mitchell tsponsorl. Spanish Cluh The Spanish Club was organized September 18, 1950. The purpose of the club is to en- joy Spanish socially. Officers chosen for the year were: Charles Dreyer, president, and Peg- gy Eisenbeis, treasurer. The club had many activities during the year, which included a luncheon at the Harman House at Christmas, a Christmas party, a visit to Dreyer's farm last fall, and a talk by each member of the class before both sections of eighth grade. These dis- cussions covered different phases of Spanish speaking countries. At the Spanish luncheon all members received Spanish pins for 50 points, which were obtained by working out projects. Left to right: Marilyn Aubuchon, Charles Dreyer, Peggy Eisenbeis, Barbara Burnside, Mrs. Manley tsponsorl, Carol Matthes, Nancy Klein, Margie Difani, Shirley Aubuchon, George Morris and Wayne Kiepe. i r " ' 'ala' 71 " W GS Science Club A few months ago the students of the fourth-hour Chemistry Class decided to form a Science Club. This club is open to any student in high school who is free from his studies to attend the meetings, which are held each Wednesday during the fourth hour. The club chose for its officers the following: President, Byron Santschig vice-president, Homer Richardson, secretary, Rita Courtoisg treasurer, Georgeann Hurley, reporter, Tom DeC1ue. The purpose of the club is to acquaint the student members with different fields of science. Each student chose his own project, on which he was given all year to work. The club is very beneficial and helpful to its members. First row: Curtis Long, Harry Nieman, Georgeann Hurley, Rita Courtois, Nancy Lea, Rose Lea Miller, Lloyd Hensley. Second row: Byron Santschi, Glen Tuller, Winston McClain, Thomas DeClue, Gene Miller, Tommy Schott, Homer Richardson, Mr. Seyers tsponsorl. enior Mothers The Senior Mothers Club of Festus High School carried over their membership from the Iunior Mothers Club of 1949-50. The club, consisting of 53 members, chose the following women to be their officers: President, Mrs. Alice Burenp vice-president, Mrs. E. Hurley, secretary, Mrs. Iohn Braseg treasurer, Mrs. Ioe Burnside. The club helped the seniors by selling refreshments at the Carnival and softball tourn- ament early in the year. ln the middle of the year they held a rummage sale and added quite a bit ot profit to their account. The women of the club held a bake sale late in the school year to round out their year of activity. Together the club and the members of the Senior Class raised enough money for the seniors' tour through the deep south. First row: Mrs. Wiedensohler, Mrs. Dean Roberts, Mrs. Tuller, Mrs. Buren, Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Lucas, Mrs. Hensley, Mrs. Santschi, Mrs. Schwent. Back row: Mrs. Bitticks, Mrs. Burnside, Mrs. Brase, Mrs. Reed, Mrs. Rhineberger, Mrs. Berkbiqler, Mrs. McClain, Mrs. Strother, Mrs. W. K. Lucas, Mrs. Mueller, Mrs. Hurley. .pnlfudlriaf alrb The Industrial Arts Club of Festus High School was organized early in the beginning of the 1950-51 school year. Mr. Clippard, the manual arts teacher, sponsored the club. The purpose of the club was to enable the boys of our high school to manufacture the things they would like to at school. The club consisted of seven members. Any boy was eligible who had taken a course in a manual art. Back row: Bob Schweigert, Mr. Clippard fsponsorl, lack Buren. Front row: Bill Lucas, Allen Sherman, Lloyd Hensley, Homer Boyer, Bob Hill. mr 'Y' 'rrnt-"arf "tu" onor ociety The first official meeting of the Honor Society was held for the purpose of electing officers. The following officers were chosen for the 1950-51 school year: President, Betty Berkbigler: vice-president, Betty Rhineberger: treasurer, Ioan Nengel: secretary, Pat Vinyard: reporter, Georgeann Hurley. The annual installation ceremony for probationary members was held in February. At the program the members were all presented with gold pins as emblems of the Society. The Society is under the combined leadership of Miss Holmes, Mrs. Dreyer, Mrs. Man- ley and Miss Rauh. The purpose of the Honor Society is to promote scholarship, leadership, character and service. Candidates for membership must have a high average in their studies and must be approved by the faculty before they are eligible for membership. During the Christmas season the Society presented the Candlelight Service. Being a member of this exclusive society is one of the highest honors a student may receive. First row: Carol Matthes, Paula Rigdon, Margie Manns, Ann Bourisaw, Alta Bailey, Pat Vinyard, Betty Berkbigler, Georgeann Hurley, Ioan Nengel, Betty Rhineberger, Erma Pierce, Iudy Mertell, Marilyn Aubuchon. Second row: Mrs. Dreyer, Betty Wiedensohler, Dorothy Statzel, Rose Miller, Nancy Lea, Gay Sago, Shirley Speidel, Kay Collins, Norma Hall, Earline Adams, Pat Page, Gwen Fast, Shirley Hurst, Kathleen Frazier, Mary Munroe, Peggy Eis- enbeis, Miss Holmes. Third row: Miss Rauh, Ioan Cook, Arlene Sims, Nancy Klein, Shirley Aubuchon, Norma Eisnogle, Harry Neiman, lack Brase, Leroy Buren, Bill Sims, Thomas DeClue, Charles Dreyer, George Morris, Dale Wilmoth, Bill McCaleb, Byron Santschi, Glenn Tuller, Garland Strother, Wesley Sherman, Iune Koester, Helen Murphy, Barbara Burnside, Mrs. Manley. lliuemi iecf Occupa lions The Diversified Occupations fD.O.l Club was organized early in the first quarter be- cause the boys and girls were limited, due to the nature of their work, in the amount of extra-curricular activities they could participate in. The following officers were elected: President, lack Buren: vice-president, Earl Gries- haber: secretary, Pat Vinyard: treasurer, Betty Berkbigler. The purpose of the Diversified Occupations program is to give practical experience on actual jobs to those students who have chosen the occupations which they Wish to fol- low after graduation. The principal activity engaged in was the Employee-Employer Banquet on March 26, at which time all the employers were the guests of the student employees. Mr. George Kohr- man of the State Department of Education was the principal speaker. The entire high school faculty were guests at this first D.O. banquet. Back row tleit to rightl: Mr. Litton, sponsor: Iohn Hunt, Darrell Sago, auto mechanics: lack Buren, retail grocery: Sam Coleman, Bob Schweigert, Ierry Pashia, service station: Ierry Fallen, printing: Dan Ficken, carpentry: Earl Grieshaber, retail grocery: Bob Hill, carpentry. Front row tleft to riqhtl: Dick Lea, variety store: Don Knighton, service station: Betty Berkbigler, library: Pat Vin- yard, principal's office: Erma Hoffmeister, kindergarten teaching: Francis Lucas, service station: Don Roehrs, carpentry: Her- man Koester, retail grocery. X e-I 1 ,Q f W W V if r ' '-.EH wj ' ' la' V1 A -3 7, 41, " sr X31 j -. I U f,I 'Q-' -'iw I yx- F I i .,xJf A W V Y,- ! E i 3 L if K Gger 'Staff C GEORGEANN HURLEY Cofdnors """"""'"""""""""'""'""""""' c ALTA BAILEY Business Managers .,....... Class Editors .......,.... Calendar Editor ........ Snapshot Editor ......... Art Editor ............,.. Athletic Editor ......... Activity Editor ,........, Q HOMER RICHARDSON BYRON SANTSCHI C MILDRED HILL C NORMA ROEHRS ..g ........ BETTY LINDSEY .........,...CAROL PERRY STROTHER ,,,..,..WILLIARD MCCALEB FAST C RITA COURTOIS C ALTA BAILEY TYPES "--"-' ""'-""-""""""""""-""'"""""' 4 BYRON SANTSCHI C WILLIARD MCCALEB Sponsor: MRS. HELEN MORRIS Spokesman staff Editor-in-Chief ..........,,......,................................. Homer Richardson Reporters ............ Art Editor ..,.... L .......... Athletic Editor ........,. Exchange Editor ......... Typists .........................,.,,... CByron Santschi, Gwen Fast C Mildred Hill, Georgeann Hurley Strother McCaleb Perry .,...,.....Alta Bailey, Rita Courtois Production Managers r.,,..... .....,,,, N orma Roehrs, Betty Lindsey Faculty Advisor .......... Helen Moms THE SPUKESMAN on TIGER surf cl School Calendar NOVEMBER . . . l--Candidates chosen for the Plymouth Style Show. 2-assembly program. Volleyball game at Ste. Gen. Better luck next time, s. 3-Coach Godwin has rest. Open date in football. 6--OOH! But it's cold out today. 7-Mr. Behrens makes band march in spite of cold weather! 8-Why is tomorrow a dreaded day? 9-Report cards given out. Moans and groans, naturally! 10-Festus undefeated by Ste. Gen. Score, 14-6. Teen Press Club interviews Iohn Payne at KMOX studios. 13-B football game with Crystal City. Heck! We lost! 14-Oh! Dear! Ted Brooks gains another pound. 15-Football boys train for Crystal City game. Good luck, boys. 16-No school today. Teachers meeting at Kansas City, Mo. Students hold bonfire and burn Crystal City. 20-Martha is absent. Will Byron survive? 21-Football boys order jackets. 22-School dismissed at noon for Thanksgiving holidays. 23-The day is spent eating, eating, and more eating. Z4-Full stomachs. 27-Basketball team chosen. lack Buren and Wayne Skaggs, forwards, lack Brase and Ierry Iacobs, guards, and William Sims, center. 28-Fira siasonal basketball game held at Washington. We lost by the score o - . 29-Who's Who voted on. 30-We wonder who got What? ? ? DECEMBER . . . l-Band concert held tonight. 4-Rain plus snow equals SLOP! 5-Honor Society sells nineteen dollars worth of T. B. stamps. 6-Publication class works like mad to have paper out on time. 7-Freshies start thinking what old Santa might bring them! 8-Our Tigers are victorious over the Dragons, 54-45. ll-Mrs. Morris rests. Reason? Spokesman was given out on time. 12-Student body elects Teen Town officers. 13-Senior rings arrive. Lorraine Cook has a Christmas party. 14-No Teen Town tonight. 15-Festus beats Potosi, 51-44. Good work, boys! Spokesman given out week early. 18--P. T. A. Christmas program. 19-Magic show given by Mr. Campbell and his wife. Fourth straight win for Festus. Desloge was the victim. Score, 44-35. 20-Honor Society practices for Candlelight service. 21-Candlelight service. 22-Christmas Dance. Pat Pratt crowned football queen. IANUARY . . . 2-Seniors are measured for their caps and gowns. 3-Tiger Queen and King voted on. 4-Noon hour movie, "Men and Oil." K. -.-,I i 94 'Ki' ' 'D Q 2 X -gf -1' X qu., ,.. 'S 2 VE GCI 7 1. PA rf! VYNES GE rry Maffzfs Ne. Ll rranrfi Cvfweevv 4, Smme Flfffy CSARAAKA 7. GEJRGE I5 "UAB -J. Dan? Loafc sa sam :Ame IG CAQGLYN DR:-'yER ll 7716 PARINFY GRA! :puns 1 wnvwaj ll CAIARUG MV Boy. 15. Safes? Laxname 144.5 152 FRANCIS as EARu1ve IYIJESVNEARTJJ 15 an fwn.us,' 17, S'7'ARRY -SYSD GAENN finseaurfwk Beowvfru Bern' :cf Swffr urns IRNA Ao. .Dan'7 FAU!! RNA nl. MYRA FAKHMS 22. VHS Nsfmwaaauaap f-mu-,' 33, me era auf scaurs we It cms: oy mf 7561445 .School Calendar 5-Tigers lose to Hornets. Score, 63-62. 8-Ioan Nengle and Willis Bitticks crowned Tiger Queen and King 9-Close game goes to Herky. Score, 29-28. 10-Movie, "Gasoline Amazing Molecules." l 1-Georgeann Hurley has her party. 12-End ot quarter. Basketball game: St. Peters 43, Festus 57. 15-Oma Swyers gives out nick-names to buddies. 16-Festus runs over Hillsboro with 60-32 victory. l7-Movie, "Curiosity Shop." 18-Betty Lindsey's party, 19-Festus beats De Soto, 42-32. Senior mothers held rummage sale 22-Ioyce gets the measles! 23--Letters presented to the football team by Coach Godwin. 24-Desloge tournament. Festus beats Esther. Score, 50-37. 25-l-'estus beats Elvins in the second night of the toumament. 26-Festus is defeated by Crystal by the score of 63-62. 27-lSaturdayJ Leadwood is defeated by Festus. Score, 48-46. 29-P. T. A. meeting. 30-Looks like snow today. 31-Wrong! It sleeted instead. FEBRUARY . . . 1--Rain, sleet, and snow today! 2-Basketball, Herky vs. Festus. The score, 70-41. 5--Charles Dreyer wins American Legion contest. 6-lack Brase awarded a four year scholarship to M. U. 7-Carol Perry is chosen Basketball Sweetheart of 1951. 8-No Teen Town tonight. 9-Senior March of Dimes program. Festus beats Hillsboro, 91-40. 12--P. T. A. meeting. 13-Dr. Yoskit shows pictures to student body. 14-Valentine Dance is postponed because of bad weather. 15-Rain today. Dull, isn't it? 16-Valentine Dance. Carol Perry crowned Basketball Queen. 19-The dance was a big success! Z0-Honor Society program. 21-Girls practice for basketball tournament. 22-Basketball tournament. 23-Teachers meeting today. 26--Girls basketball tournament in full swing. 27-Ben Brower in full swing. 28-Yipes! Is it ever cold out today! MARCH... 1-Strong March winds are here. 2-Senior picture show. 5-Girls Glee Club practices for Musical Festival. 6-De Soto B toumament. Festus places second. 7-Iames Coletta assembly. Very interesting program. 8-Practice for E :Sf D Style Show. 9-E 6 D Stlye Show. 12-P. T. A. meeting. .aiu f TQ .ln sd A c 5 '-A I' 'X ., . Fu' Sv-4 i q T 'K X x -x 5 , , - 4-74 ., ' :ali "hte :T f .-nb.. 9 Pnzmn Awww fa. Penny I3 wwf fvmwm I Baa flf 774156 17 suzrv wwf mm. "- GAMPA I Maw GAC A7 FAxMwn.,,y 3 gH,RG,,.,.,,,5- pAk-,,, 5' 'WN' 'W 'A'fY .P 4- N5 ,wp M: r.oo'fApmA 4 PAULA 6' 73 94 Jvfwwr Heesfpsfvg caeuwg 1. ara .sumo suw vw Nldfrf N Gulnv L GLENN 12 our 'wean fi1,xyf.wwrn,r gypwfg 15 Lau: ffv me WAVUF 16 urn: Jn-v fffwn fun' fafvw.: 17 'sfn om ac. :mul M :M :School Calendar 13-Basketball: Faculty vs. "A" team. Faculty defeated, 86-46. 14-Tumbling practice begins. 15-First day of final exams. Moans and groans! 16-End oi semester. 19-Band concert. 20-Band gave fine performance as well as the rest of the Music Dept Zl-The "gang" meets at Quems, as usual. 22-Track boys are getting in shape for meet. 23-Good Friday. No school. 26-D. O. banquet is held at the Crystal City Hotel. 27-G. A. A. party is planned. 28-G. A. A. party. 29-More tumbling practice. 30-Cape Musical Festival. APRIL... 3-Faculty-Board Dinner given by the Home Economics Dept. 4-Faculty survives. 5-What? More tumbling practice? 6-Now it's tap dancing. 9-P. T. A. meeting. IO--Gym demonstration practice. ll-Sore muscles! 12-Gym demonstration. All boys attend. 13-Beware! Friday, the l3th! 16-Blue Monday. 17--Wanda Partney honored the school with her presence today. 18-Mr. Brockman left for Chicago today. 19-Lost: Dan Ficken's book. Found: In the girls' room. 20-Teachers meeting. Students dismissed early. 23--Plans for commencement are being made. 24-Book review given by Mrs. Stokley Vinyard. 25-Practice for commencement. 26-Norma Aubuchorfs birthday. 27-Class B Musical Festival at M. U. 30-Ahh! Only three more weeks of school. MAY... l-Eighth grade play day. 2--Film shown to student body and faculty. 3-Iuniors think the prom will be a big success! 4-Iunior-Senior Prom. It was a big success! 7-P. T. A. meeting. 8-First day of final exams. 9--Seniors have only three more days of school left. 10-Yearbooks are expected soon. 11-Teachers meeting at 3:30. 13-fSundayJ Baccalaureate service for dear old Seniors. 15-Last day of exams. Rest. . 16-Seniors visit school. Can't seem to stay away. 17-Practice for commencement. 18-Commencement. School is out. 2U+Senior trip to New Orleans. 'f K -- 1: 'Q 1 fav f :Qi 5 1 5 fin 'Qi F in .-4 ' iw Y 'T ,,x 4 . , gg. ,. Lf 5 s F ,VA- ff s ps- qQ"""Uh-v-vn'?- .Ji . ll N. 4 . .4 V H... 1 1 Q il Q, 1 QI' td 17 I 3 ' fs. L F115-5',,f,,M,,, jN171A 7105, SHIDX HAIQV WE! klff FDGMSALL Yidfly ld, WYE 5477! A7 R657 I 1 P1J57Ty away 5 mf om MNH E. Gwffv 1, runfg 11. cafvaum4wwx,1a4N I' 15" J WIN Gu tfzfswnefv 64 .nay mm mf um.: 7 WN' 'mmf U A7 7" """U"L "N" nw, gpwy' LJHKUUY 8117! nv: Aurmw 14, .fnml ref 77,1 mms ,7 ,N :Dwi Pig: :wr rin ,p rfb, pus.: tw: win-an ww-1--c noun... . l School Ca lelltlal' SEPTEMBER . . . 4-Labor Day. Teachers meeting. 5-First day of school. Work! What's that? ? ? 6-Class officers elected. 7-D. O. Club formed. 8-Freshman-Sophomore party. Style show. ll-Cold out today. I2-Another gloomy day. 13--Mr. Spieth visits school. 14-Teen Town has a weiner roast. 15--Iunior-Senior party. Freshman Initiation. Festus Tigers win their first foot- ball game against Valle High by the score of 35-0. 18-First P. T. A. meeting. Iunior store opened. 19-Cheerleaders chosen. 20-Football game, Festus vs. Fredericktown. We won! 20-U. 21-Large crowd attends Teen Town. 22-Dr. Troy, Dr. Stockwell and Rev. Hammon hold assembly. First Spokesman published. 25-Practice for Senior Carnival. 26-More practice. 27-Science Club formed. Marching pep squad organized. 28-Senior Carnival. 29-Senior Carnival held over second big night! Betty Strother and Homer Richardson crowned Carnival Queen and King. OCTOBER . . . 2-Election of Spokesman staff. 3-Election of Tiger staff. 4--"Moose" is wide' awake today! 5-Annual pictures to be taken tomorrow. Spieth takes pictures. Tigers suffer first defeat against Farmington, 1 - . 9-P. T. A. meeting. 10--Homer drives a new car. Car! Car! What car? CAs Norma Roehrs would put it.l ll-Mr. Tynes and Mr. Brockman are bright and happy today. 12-Fire Prevention parade. Herb Besand and Iulian Courtois give very interesting talks. 13-Football game with Herky. A victory! The score, 20-7. 16-Election of Honor Society officers. 17--Movie shown to student body. 18-Freshmen are getting rid of their traditional color, green! 19-lack Brase makes assembly on time. 20-Festus has open date in football. 23-Volleyball practice begins. 24--Girls practice more volleyball. Mrs. Mitchell chooses team. 25--Teen Press Club interviews Golschman, conductor of the St. Louis Sym- phony Orchestra. 26-Valle high volleyball game. We lost. 27-Teachers meeting. Students dismissed early. Festus trounces De Soto, the score being 21-0. 30--Industrial Arts Club formed. 31-BOOOOOO! ! ! Halloween is here. i1321135235552255-.i?E5E5E5?1:fiE ADVERTISERS l ...T r Who make this Festus High School Yearbook possible. Support our Boosters. 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PHONE 1630 Pestus, Missouri HARRIS CLEANERS Festus, Missouri MARINO'S Groceries, Meats and Vegetables Ladies' Wear and General Merchandise HIGHWAY 61-67 PHONE 43 CRYSTAL CITY, MO. 1"-2S5:5'i':55f.'5f:5:5's215i-12:"''.2-2'1-':2S:I-" 'JQ'4.,., egg-rgigzqggfggggggzsgrssg, 4fg:"g:-3:-3:,''g:5g:1:',1-:-q.,41:::::,:-:-:-':-c-'--:-'--1:--42:-a--'g-:Zz-::-:Zz-:-rf:'-- ---' 5 -+..g:::::-55::,:-:-:44fg::--p:-ggg:g:::::::- '- ,you -' ----- 1 :gzgiglggf ,4:::g:g:g:g:3:g, grgrgrgrgrgrgr ---- . - 4. c U COMPLIMENTS OF tssnvlcf E . ' if MOTORS, Inc. Have nationally is advertised Culligan f' Soft Water Service. ' , Theigefcs so equip- Rekaiiteiigeg ft FORD work. i New only ...W-f.... Soles cmol Service M uummsodb 4 52.50 per month fl for the average 'TF ' family- E- C Festus, Missouri 318 W. Morin Phone 7 SHELL'S MARKET 'X' 'I+ South Mill Street Festus, Mo. TRI-CITY ELECTRIC Crystal City, Mo. CO. mwwm.. LEWIS REALTY DEALER IN ALL REAL ESTATE A Homes Lots Bunal Lots Appraisals and Values Made if 40 Main Street Festus, Missouri COMPLIMENTS CDF COMPLIMENTS OF Besand GEHRS ELECTRIC CO. Auto Electric Electrical Contractors 0 APPLIANCES 0 SALES SERVICE South Mill Street Phone 1601 Festus MO Fssrus CRYSTAL CITY ia 5 liliiili 2555: H55 .var ' 1 MEESE BAKERY COMPLIMENTS OF Dreyer Paint and Wallpaper Slore THE BEST IN PASTRIES Phone 600 X HERCULANEUM, MQ- FSSLUS, Missouri MANN'S AUTO SALES COMPLIMENTS OF Lovelace Furniture and YOUR KAISER - FRAZER and HENRY I. Linoleum Mart DEALER 32 Main St Phone 711 Phone 907 Festus MISSOUTI I-'ESTUS MISSOURI 3 5 'rf 5 Q 2 :5:?5:3 I ' ,S S 2:ea2afs2:2a-a s z e ffafffafseaffeeffea ""'e """' """ "'A 2 22252222e2:'ff1iEfifi2:1'ff A : ::::::mE5:5:E:55:5 'A"" 1 f1?5ffff1f1fff Ef: 'ft 'e 9 fa 2 C. L. FRAZIER R. L. FRAZIER f - A EATING C 4 sf. Louis, Mo. North sth sf.. Fesfus, Mo. Y Lo. 3738 Phone 805 COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF Sears, Roebuck The Daily Order Office NEWS-DEMOCRAT Phone 1380 Pestus, Mo. Iefferson County's Only Douly "The Friendliest Store in Town" Festus, Missouri .EM 23,1 i I Pratte s Jewelry and Vaughn Insurance Optical Company Agency F I PMTTE O D IN BUSINESS 41 YEARS 1 Filn All Kinds of Insurance and Bonds 'Af NOTARY PUBLIC Bus. 336 Phones: Res. 330 E Phone 282 Festus, Mo. Festusl Missouri mr: :nun ram: COMPLIMENTS OF Iain: Twin City Packing and Locker Company Festus MISSOUII F. W. HARIER CO. PLUMBING AND HEATING o Festus Crystal Clty 11 1214,-:.::1-rf5:5:rf -f:r.5:5:g::g::5gr.5:51.2:-5-2 COMPLIMENTS OF BRADF RD'S Your PURIN A Dealer COMPLIMENTS OF FEED - SEED - FERTILIZER MANAGER HAY - STRAW Kroger Super Market POULTRY AND EGGS Ph 19 Crystal City. Mo. HighWUY 51 Crystal City, Mo. North of the Stoplights COMPLIMENTS OF Shapiro Brothers Auto Parts Iron and Metal Scrap -Structural Steel Phone 888 Festus, Missouri BEST WISHES rom HIGGINS DRUG STORE WALGREEN AGENCY "Prescription Specialists" PHONE 678 108 MISSISSIPPI AVE CRYSTAL CITY, MO. GRIESHABER MARKET Groceries Meats and Vegetables We Give and Redeem EAGLE STAMPS COMPLIMENTS OF CRYSTAL CITY STATE BANK Crystal City Mo VANITY FOOTWEAR Shoes for the Family WEATHERBIRD-For the Children VELVET STEP-For the Ladies CITY CLUB-For the Men X-Ray Shoe Fitting Headquarters 212 Main St Eestus Mo I . ' I 546. W M ft is xi assert' V ,sf '22 so B RKART'S ARKET FESTUS, MISSOURI "Your Friendly Clover Form Dealer" A COMPLETE LINE OF FINE FOODS WE DELIVER DAILY 307 Henry Street Phone 87 COMMENTS OP The Jefferson County DORSEY PRESS-TIMES Insurance - Real Estate Publishers 3 ond Printers f t . Stoll Bldg. Phone 1283 Phone 283 Crystotl City Western Auto Associate Store O. I. WIND, Owner Truetone Radios Davis Tires Wizard Batteries 520 BAILEY ROAD PHoNE 1502 CRYSTAL CITY-PESTUS, Mo. ------ H -:-:-:f- - COMPLIMENTS OF Spain Plumbing and Heating I. C. SPAIN INSTALLATION AND REPAIRS American Kitchens International Harvester Refrigerators - Freezers PHONE 1550 526 BAILEY RD. CRYSTAL CITY HESS BROTHERS STORES SHOES APPAREL DRY GOODS Festus, Missouri Crystal City, Mo. COMPLIMENTS OF TEXACO MOTOR CO. Auto Department OLDSMOBILE LOOK TO THE OLDS . . . FOR ALL TI-IAT'S NEW! Phone 131 I Crystal City -W .... RayRose Photogrgphers PORTRAITS OF DISTINCTION FESTUS MISSOURI COMPLIMENTS OF 111110111 MccoRMAcK H 31 E EE 4 MAIN ST. PHONE 1095 1 E5 R M 1 COMPLIMENTS OF MUELLERSMAN MOTORS CHARLES R. MUELLERSMAN STUDEBAKER Sales and SSTVICS 114 N MILL ST PHONE 27 Festus MISSOUTI ' - 1 I I I CONGRATULATIONS, 1115 25222 SENIORS! S ez ff ff FESTUS MILLING C0 Festus MISSOUTI E Highway 61 67 Standard Service W. K. LUCAS, Prop. COMPLIMENTS OF NINTH STREET MARKET A NINTH AND DELMAR Atlas Tires, Batteries and Accessories PHONE 126 CRYSTAL CITY Festus, Mo. Phone 406 ONLY TI-IE BEST FOODS WE DELIVER TWICE DAILY E D LOCKSMITH AND KEY MAKER 28 Main St Festus Mo F ine Class Rings Announcements and Awards JOSTEN S 87 HAROLD KERSCI-I BOX 71 COLUM BIA A. . A V IS ' I Since I 9 Sir ' ' . I I R presentative I .1ff:f'f12s2f2'22:ieis1-15.1.I25:12I1fare2525252a21222:fs25252fsff2f2a2525s2a2atisisI,19252525252525525faszfgsfPasses55555253252525255Esfgfge:252fseas5sq25eq:gsi g q f g szgs I agsg g g , : Q FOR ATLAS WORKSHOP POWER TOOLS MID-WAY HARDWARE 521 BAILEY ROAD PHONE 1650 CRYSTAL CITY, MO COMPLIMENTS OF K L E I N S Drug Store Bench Saw Drill Press Iig Sow Bcmd Scrw Iointer-Planer Festus, Missouri RAY'S MARKET 'I' 'I' Festus, Missouri COMPLIMENTS OF TRI-CITY INDEPENDENT 'frifrnir Printers of the 1951 Tiger Annual fr 'fr 'Br Phone 36 Festus 3:55 """ " 225 3 . M: a, 5 :gat " FEE 13,1 COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF STOLZER'S MARKET Faughn's Duncanette Restaurant if 818 North Fifth Street Festus, Missouri Festus, Missouri 3 COMPLIMENTS OF HOLLMANN SUPPLIES SPORTING GOODS HARDWARE OOMPLIMENTS OF' Lucas Auto Sales and Service Genuine Chrysler Ports ornoi Accessories 24 Hour Wrecker Serv ic 6 326 Mcun St Phone 1568 FESTUS Mo PHONE 913 ' Ifiiigiszfrf: '25252:I225,3':sf55S5222555:52:5:52552E255:25tEaiisifI9159515ISF:-E'S2552525525552?'E5555aE5E5E2E12fE1Z'1f2Z:iP I 1 1 1E:522552E55552E255:sisif555223.-:21'2E'1'1':2:ff1tt Iifzlii 125-I 21551 1 2 2 Ili: COMPLIMENTS OF OUEM S LUNCHEONETTE The Place To Meet Your Friends Plate Lunches SANDWICHES AND DRINKS Of A11 Kinds Fountain Service Fine Kitchen-Fresh Candies For Every Occasion Borden's Delicious Ice Cream Festus, Mo. Phone 625 CONGRATULATIONS' DUFFNERS DEL1c1oUs ICE CREAM I . . .. ., I F. W. WOOLWORTH CO. F estus Missouri L E N 'S Service Station HIGHWAY 61-67 Mobilgas Moloiloil and Accessories PHONE 1376 W LEONARD WERNER Prop wk . TUCKER DRUGS Festus, Missouri Phone 4000 COMPLIMENTS OF Maclay Concrete and Materials Company "'F'K'XEL nncuws ' T 1 Q f "I, a..'saez'safa' HAYDITE BLOCKS METAL WINDOWS Crystal City, Mo. TO THE GRADUATES OF 1951 FESTUS HIGH SCHOOL Congratulations and Best Wishes MILLER THEATRE HURST'S AUTO SALES Your NASH Dealer Phone 1450-W Highway 61 Festus Brown ho Company COMPLIMEN TS OF FESTUS MISSOURI FULTS FLORIST FLOWERS For Every Occasion PHoNE 496 GXIE SERVICE STATION Your Friendly Phillips 66 Dealer CRYSTAL CITY MISSOURI CRYSTAL CITY, MISSOURI 100 BROADWAY PHONE 862 HI-POINTE CLUB CHICKEN DINNERS SHORT ORDERS We Cater to Parties FESTUS Mo PHONE 1185 COMPLIMENTS OF Clinton Insurance Agency For All Your INSURANCE NEEDS Phone 1274 Festus it t fo , 55? 14.1- SUPERIOR CLEANERS Phone 700 409 Bailey Bol. Crystal City A. 1. MAY W. A. MCCREARY The MARY IRVIN SHOP Nationally Advertised Suits anol Coats Dresses GAY GIBSON BOBBY BROOKS 3 COMPLIMENTS OF Schulte Transportation Company Serving the Greater Part of Tetterson and St Louis Counties PHONE 1203 CRYSTAL CITY Ozark Central Telephone Company Sk :ES at G EXCHANGES Festus Crystal City Imperial Pevely Hillsboro far isis? ii? MYNETTE HALF-SIZES -: as 292 A ITS THE . . . PARKVIEW MARKET COMPLIMENTS OF C E S TRUCK LINES Topmost and American Lady Products Serving Try American Lady moist cocoa Festus and Crystal CITY nut on your next cake. Daily PARKVIEW AND EAST AVENUE PHONE 653-R PHONE 62 Mr. and Mrs. Wallace V. Coleman CRYSTAL CITY MISSOURI I . 22 0 0 0 1 H ll 1 A X I 2 V Festus Missoun E Sr D Style Shop "As Modern as Tomorrow" 110 Main Street Telephone 1290 W E OSTERWALD IEWELER AND OPTOMETRIST Festus Missouri COMPLIMENTS OF Superior Coal Company GILBERT C. DRAKE Owner PHONE 1007 226 MAIN ST. Crystal MO. VAUGHN DAIRY STORE Hlefferson County's Friendliest Fountain Crystal City Mo AN INVITATION . . . We are always glad to have vis- itors. There are many interest- ing features of funeral service, and of our facilities, that our staff will be glad to tell you about. Why not pay us a friendly call? Ambulance and Funeral Service James R Cady Mortuary 604 HIGHWAY 61 CRYSTAL CITY Phone 7 - . . If . C I . COMPLIMEN TS OF Llberty Home Dalry FOR THE FINEST IN DAIRY PRODUCTS Phone 85 Crystal CITY Mo "Southeast Missouri's Most Modern Creormeryu The trouble hes not ln forelgn lcmds Or peoples across the sect. The trouble, my friend, with the whole darn world E EIZER WILLIS COMPLIMENTS OF V I N Y A RD Funeral Homes il? Festus MISSOUTI Herculcmeum M , O SMITH MOTOR CO. Authorized WILLY S-OVERLAND Dealer NEW AND USED CARS AND TRUCKS ik Phone 1273 HIGHWAY Bl-67 CRYSTAL CITY COMPLIMENTS OF FIN K'S Festus P O L I T T E'S Crystal City PLEASE PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS The staff of the Tiger annual and the students of Festus High School Wish to express their appreciation for the time, effort and money given by the business men oi Festus and Crystal City. THANK YOU! COMPLIMENTS OF KAY'S DEPT. STORE Incorporated Headquarters for Good Clothes at Popular Prices 'Dr 'Br 12' HYDE PARK SUITS CURLEE SUITS VAN HEUSEN SHIRTS CAMPUS SPORTS WEAR SWANK IEWELRY tiki' CLAIRE TIFFANY DRESSES MINX MODE DRESSES , BERKSHIRE HOSIERY RED CROSS SHOES 1 9 U . 4- ls "st uc I' x .4-4. Q v 2 . ... . ..uii1 1,1-,, , . QT Ei3fZ 1 . ,I .A-51: ,L Gu. "l'A... . . '51 I q4ah- "TF 1 glgz- -f, J. -F , H ,I 1,f,'5Y': sei. I -. . .VI I YE iii' . 3? Yi . 'hd- -711 5, ' A " Aim 5- 'QQI5 1,53 e- - -- 53,-V -, ,, V p f.- yrs-QV zqgegbv V Q .Vai E -as .5 ,. 5:,,,f. 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