Flagstaff High School - Kinlani Yearbook (Flagstaff, AZ)

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PRE E TATIO We dedicafe 'rhis book +o wha+ever Flags+a'Ff has meanl' +o you - fo your friends, or +o 'rhose s+uden+s who sal' around you yesierday. Flagsfaff may represenl' 'Four long years of evenfs +o you buf fo o+l1ers if may be only +l'1e brief glimpse of a foolball game, or a dance. To you, perhaps, Flagsfaff has been a beginning - a complefion of preparedness. To ofhers if may mean broken dreams or disillusionmenf. And fhen +0 s'rill o+l'1ers Flagsfaff is only as +l1ey picfure ii' on +l1ese pages. Buf Flags+af'F means somefbing +o everyone . . . and il' is +o +l1is +l1a+ we dedicaie +l1e Kinlani for I943. 1 FCDRTY-THREE KINLANI Presen+ed by THE SENIOR CLASS of'rl'1e FLAGSTAFF HIGH SCHOOL A+ FIczgs+aff HERE WE FIND h is-5555 fog? , , E New Knowled ge New Horizons New Friends Surrounded by one of fhe mosf scenic secfions of fhe Wesf, Fiagsfaff High School, fhe home of bofh senior and junior high sfudenfs, offers equal opporfunify f I and a chance fo acquire new knowledge, meef ' new horizons. or al new friends, and fo confinue on fo D Y: . v ixfg M,- fi'z?'f A . ' ,rmw 1--4. aw if .xx f Q ? E .,, :za i w QWQZEHM- M W, s+uden+s are able +o spend offernoons ond weekends enioying +he greaf ouldoors near +l1e school. if X . M N Because na+ure has so obundanlly provided mounlcins, slreams, foresls, ond o+l'1er ndlural playgrounds, .4-in fair 'ff' 'M ew fm H: w mf ,yf,a,L,,.',,q fff' CONTENTS ADMINISTRATION HONORARIES - - FINE ARTS - - PUBLICATION - - - SNAPSHOTS - Page Page Page Page Page 8 I4 I6 2I 23 BOARD OF EDUCATION J. C. DOLAN ,, ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, , ,, . ,, ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, . ,. ,,,.,,,,,, Member CHARLES SECHRIST ,,,,,, , PresidenT J. C. BROWN . , ,,,, ,. ,,,, SecreTary JOHN Q. THOMAS Ohio NorThern UniversiTy, BS. Chicago UniversiTy, Ph.B. STanTord UniversiTy, AM. SuperinTendenT oT FlagsTaTf Schools The board oT educaTion and The super- inTendenT work Toge-Ther closely To provide The besT school sysTem and TaculTy which iT is possible To obTain. They acT as The connecTing linlc beTween The school and The communiTy, and noT only provide Tor The wehcare oT The high school buT Tor The enTire ciTy school sysTem as well. Mr. Thomas has been boTh superinTend- enT and principal since l.ieuTenanT Speer leTT us To ioin The Navy. LIEUT. ROSS B. SPEER LIEUT. SPEER'S MESSAGE AT The same Time ThaT Germany and Japan were Training Their youfh To be milifarisfic specialisfs, The sTudenTs in The elemenfary and high schools of This counTry were being offered a general educafion in preparafion for living Togefher in a democracy and for adapfafion To such sifuafions as shall develop in lafer life. Now leT us analyze The oufcome. War came. Germany and Japan were prepared. They goT The iump on The Allied naTions and had The besf of The going for some monThs. The Allied nafions hurriedly sTarTecl Training men To fighf and gave over indusfry of The counTry To arming Them for baTTle. Our men and machines are now on all The baTTlefronTs of The world. Have The youfhs who were given a general educa- Tion for living wiTh The idea ThaT such an educafion would prepare Them To adapT Themselves To new siTuaTions been able To meeT The challenge? Talce a look. They have meT in baTTle Those same miliTary experfs who have been Trained Tor one purpose since childhood. ln a few shorf monThs They have adapTed Themselves To a new endeavor. They have learned To use The implemenTs and TacTics of war To a beTTer advanfage Than Those who have specialized from childhood. They can whip The l-lun and The Jap aT his own game. We do noT claim To be a super-race. We have more To fighf for Than do The Super-race or The Sons of Heaven. We are Tighfing for The righTs of all men To Their places in The world order. l-low is This reflecfed in The life wiThin our own school? Sfudenfs, faculfy, adminisfrafion worlc To- gefher To ouTline The policies under which The school is To operafe. Public opinion is noT confined To The collecfive opinions of The faculfy and adminisTraTion or The adminisfrafion alone. The mosf imporfanf sin- gle secfion of public opinion in The Flagsfaff High School is The collecfive opinion of The sTudenT body. We are so posifive Thaf our way of life, giving recognifion To The individualify of each man and woman, is The way we wanT To live Thaf we are willing To fighf, all ouT, anyone who Tries To inferfere. Such being The case, if musT be The endeavor of all sfu- denfs in American high schools in general and Those in The Flagsfaff l-ligh School in parficular To so confrol and govern Themselves ThaT Democracy shall be sfrengfhened for The coming years. FACULTY BRUCE F. HANNAH Universily of Arizona, A.B., lvlfx. English and Dramaiics OLIVE A. McNERNEY Cornell Universify, AB. Languages NORMAN BORG Colorado Slafe College of Educaiion, A B Commerce and Social Science ROSINE OAREIELD U.C.L.A., Ed. B. U.S.C., M.A. Commerce ancl Algebra HILL REDMAN A.S.T.C., Elagsiali, AB. Principal ol Junior High School Healih and Physical Eclucalion and Shop MRS. MARY LLOYD Colorado Siaie College ol Educaiion Regislrar and Financial Secreiary RUTH DOTSON Colorado Siaie College ol Eclucaiion, A.B. Home Economics JOHN E. MacDONOUGH Bosion Universily, B.B.A. Universiiy of Arizona, M.A. Hisiory and American Problems FACULTY If has been fhe hope of fhe faculfy fo mainfain fhe welfare of each sfudenf. ln fhem you will find friendly undersfand- ing and guidance for maffers academic or personal. CLARENCE J. BROOKSBY A.S.T.C., Flagsfaff, A.B.. M.A. English and Journalism REGINA ROUSSEAU A.S.T.C., Flagsfaff. A.B. Geography and Science MARGARET VERKAMP A.S.T.C., Flagsfaff, A.B. Universify of Arizona M.A. Mafhemafics H. W. MICKE Colorado Sfafe College of Educafion, A.B., M.A. Science MRS. MABEI. NETTLE A.S.T.C., Flagsfaff, A.B. Home Economics and Liferafure MRS. BETH SPEER Tarlcio College, A.B. l-lisfory DWlGHT F. PULLEN Kalamazoo College, A.B. Universify of Michigan, M.A. Malhemafics and Science BETTY JEAN RAWSON Secrefary fo fhe Principal l I EDITH DOUGLAS R. W. WHEELER A.S.T.C., Flagslalf, A.B. Colorado Sfale College of Educa+ion, A.B., A.M. Librarian Physical and Heallh Educalion World l-lislory. and Malhemalics MRS. RUTH LANE WILFRED KlLLlP A.S.T.C., Flagsfall, A.B. A.S.T.C., Flagslall, A.B.. Home Economics and MA' Lileralure lnduslrial Arls JAMES WILUAMS MRS. LEE KENNER A.s.r.c., FIags+aH. Ms. U+ah S+a+e College- AB- Supervgsor of Music Girls' Physical and Heal+l'a Educalion FACULTY FACULTY M IN THE SERVICE EMBERS CORPORAL LARRY DUNKLIN A.S.T.C., FIags+aIl, A.B. Commerce and Social Science U. S. Signal Cor ps, Serving in Ilwe Pacific SERGEANT RUSSELL SVELMOE A.S.T.C., Flagslaff, A.B. Lileralure and Spelling U.S.A.A.F., Weallier Squadron ANNICE M cGINLEY A.S.T.C., Flagslall, A.B. S+a+ioned al Sa F n rancisco, Calif ' ornia WAVES procuremenl officer LIEUTENANT ROS S B. SPEER Principal Tarlcio College, B.S. Colorado S Iale College of Educafion M A Slanford Universiry Training in Mafhemalics and Science af I-Iollywood, Florida LOREN DICKINSON A.S.T.C., Flagslall, A.B MA Indus+riaI Arfs a d n Malhemalics Civilian PiIo+ Training PRIVATE FRED ANDERSON A.S.T.C., Flagslafl. A.B. Physical Educaiion and I-Iislory Field Arlillery JOURNALIS GREEN AND BROWN The school paper is mimeographed and published every Two weeks. This year ils circulafion was The largesl il has ever been wilh almosl every sfudeni in The senior and iunior high receiving a copy. The siall is as follows: Edilor, D. L. Skaggs: sporls ediior, Bob Burnhelm3 Tealure edilors, Rulh Corbeil and Anile Wuerlumburgi socieiy edilors, Mary Gerlrude Skidmore and Joy Ulrey: slencils, Evelyn Scaniland. Ben Aginiga, and Rulh Corbellg prinler, Ernesl l-lillq reporler, Marlha Jane Webber: sponsor, C. J. Brooksby. QUILL AND sckou. This sociefy is an inlernalional honorary iournalislic sociely lor high school iournalisls and lhe members are selecled on The basis ol scholaslic slanding ancl oulslanding aclivily on school publicalions. The members include D. L. Skaggs. Norman Garnalz, Tom Tormey, and C. J. Brooksby, sponsor. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Each year Ihe Tacully elecls Io Ihe Narional Honor Sociely I5 per cenl of Ihe senior class and 5 per cenl of Ihe iunior class. Eleclion is based upon Tour Ihingsz Iirsl, scholarship-sludenf musl be in upper Ihird ol his class: second, leadership- siudenr musr be a leader and prominenl in school ac+ivi+iesg Ihird, service-srudenl musl have given his school his ulmosl in service: and Iourlh, characfer. Seniors elecled during iunior year are Tess Babbill, Mary Margarel Meighan, Rulh Corbell, and William Priesl lin The servicel. Seniors elecled during Ihis year are Thomas Tormey, James McGinley, Bobbye I-Iulls, and D. I.. Skaggs. Juniors elecled This year are I-Ioward Wren and Lois Lane. N. A. H. . To be eligible for 'rhe Nalional Alhlelic I-Ionor Sociely, a boy musl have al Ieasf a Mlhreeii average in his school worlag he musl have a leller in a maior sporl or Iwo lellers in minor sporlsi and he musl have slerling sporlsmanship. Members of The Nalional Alhlelic I-Ionor Sociely are Joe Aubin, Leslie Isaacs, James McGinley, Manuel Miguel, Bernard Nwvarro, Tony Lozano, George McCul- lough, Mall Crnkovich, Waller Chambers, MiI.cn Sechrisl, and George Boyes. BAND Playing lor many civic organizalions, perlormances, and concerls, lhe band has made more public appearances lhis year lhan ever belore. lls soloisls, Howard Wren and Virginia Pryor, are lo be highly complimenled. The band's ollicers in- clude: GEORGE BOYES , ,,,,,,,, ,a,,, , ,,,,, ..,,,c ,,,,..,, . ...,,p ,Y,,c,, C a p l ain HOWARD WREN , ,,,p Lieulenanl JOE AUBIN .,Y..,,,,,Ac.,,,,, Adiulanl JOHN MITCHELL ,,...,,4 Librarian MARY MARGARET MEIGHAN , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. .,,,,.,,,a,,,,,... L ieulenanl Isl Clarinel Mary Margarel Meighan Helen Payne John Milchell 2nd Clarinel Joe Aubin Kennelh Jones 3rd Clarinel Joy Chapman Rulh Ybarra Ross Speer, Jr. Lorraine Bellwood lsl Cornel George Boyes Waller Chambers Znd Cornel Douglas Jaclcson George McCullough June Mahoney Ed Slanlill 3rd Cornel Eranlrie Marlinez Sheldon Albrechl Members ol lhe band include: Allo Saxophone Marycarol Pryor Melody Saxophone Doris Euss Barilone James McGinley George McCullough Bass Leslie Lsaacs Trombone Howard Wren Edwin Polls Elule David Luelcer Beverly Bellwood Anila Wuerlemburg Accordion Phyllis Spencer Virginia Pryor Oma Bennell Isl Horn Elna Schippnick 2nd Horn Phyllis Peclc 3rd Horn Jean Schermann Euline Bradlord 4-lh Horn Joanne Polls Elmer Hubbard, Jr Snare Drum Jackie Moore Neil Maxwell Carolyn Leamon Tess Babbill Sybil Marlin Cymbals Calherine Bales Jewell Slewarl Belly Medley Bass Drum Berla Pullen Tympani Pally Ann Jakle GLEE CLUB Our Glee Clulo Tor This school year, under The direcTion OT Mr. James Williams, was a mixed choir OT boys and girls singing Tour parTs. We were honored by giving perTormances Tor, The various clubs and organiza- Tions oT FlagsTaTT. There were also perTornnances aT several oT The churches. Near The end oT The school year we were uniTed wiTh The college choir To sing The musical oT "The CruciTixion." The sopranos were Beverly Bellwood, BeTTy Julia Dunham, Jaclcie Fuss, Bobloye l-lulls, PaTTy Ann Jalcle, Lourdes Mondragon, MarTha Moreno, Anna May Payne, Joanne PoTTs, Virginia Pryor, BerTa Pullen, Rachael SlayTon, DoroThy STanTill, LaveTa STeele, Francis Souris, Polly Vasquez, Genevieve Willis, Jerver Woo, and lvlariorie WrighT. The alTos were Euline BradTord, BeTTy Burns, Carolyn Leamon, STella KavaThas, Mary lv1argareT Meighan, and Marycarol Pryor. The Tenors were Bill Bower, Junior Gordon, and Charles Pullen. The basses were lylonTe Bolles, Neil Maxwell, Donald Speer, Jay Speer, and Howard Wren. MUSIC This year The music deparTmenT under The capable super- vision oT Mr. James R. Williams has been prominenT in The many acTiviTies oT F.l-l S. The diTTerenT groups oT This deparTmenT enTerTained aT school plays, opened all assemblies, and perTormed aT diTTerenT ciTy clubs and organizaTions. The "Swing Band" was new This year and provided music Tor social hours. Toward The end oT The year, The band Turned proTessional and played Tor a Tew public dances. AnoTher new group was The German Band, alias "The Friends oT The New Order." They played aT many service clubs, and were The highlighT oT The amaTeur program given in assembly. Besides These new organizaTions, There were The old groups such as The quarTeTs and Trios who perTormed aT many school TuncTions and ciTy clubs. SWING BAND Mary MargareT Meighan ...... ......... Piano Charles Powell . ,... . ....,... Drums Marycarol Pryor . , . . Saxophone Virginia Pryor . . . .. Accordion GERMAN BAND Leslie Isaacs . . . . Bass l-lorn Joe Aubin ..... .. .... , ClarineT George McCullough . .. BariTone WalTer Chambers . . . TrumpeT l-loward Wren ..... . Trombone M U S I C BRASS OUARTETTE Howard Wren . , . Trombone James McGinley , Bariione Waller Chambers , Second Trumpel George Boyes . ,. Firsl Trumper CLARINET OUARTETTE Mary Margaref Meighan , , ,, , Joe Aubin .o,,, ,Y,, Kennerh Jones . . John Miichell , Sheldon Albrechr June Mahoney . Waller Chambers George Boyes , Oma Benneil ,, ,. Virginia Pryor , Phyllis Spencer Euline Bradford Elna Schippniclc Phyllis Peck . , ,S TRUMPET SECTION ACCORDION SECTION FRENCH HORN TRIO , Farsi Second Fourih Third Second Third lzirsl Fourfh Second , Firsl . Third Third X Firsf Second fll Monte liollus, Joe Lomuli SENIOR PLAY The seniors presenTed "CuT oT The Frying Pan" March I9. The Three-acT Tarce concerned six sTaqe :Truck youngsTers who had Tried every known scheme To secure an audiTion wiTh Mr. Kenny, The producer. Ivlr. Coburn, The TaTher oT one oT The acTresses, suddenly dropped in Tor a visiT which caused uTTer panic and conTusion among The group. Mr. Bruce Hannah was The direcTor oT The hiT. SENIOR PLAY George liorlell Norman Reese- Murivl Foster Tony ID:-nnison Mrs. Garnet Kate Ault Marzro Benson Uolliv folmurn Mr. Colxurn Mr. Kenny Mar .lov JUNI Mrs. Clover Johnny Clove-r Mr. Clover Spud Erwin Susan lllalu- Iivtsy Erwin Martha Willaril Offiver IC:-xppyl HL-,iry Quinn Lu -ylielle L1-v Preston Hughes lfootliall l'laym'rs CAST Lawrenvv Wren Myron Sutton Marjorie Wright. George MvCulIouLrh Frances Snuris liohbye Hulls . Nan Longley Mary Margaret Meixrhan llill Cameron Robert liurnhelni D, L. Skaggs David Iillvlivl' OR PLAY CAST Norma Matson Charles Powell Albert Schermann Neil Maxwell Margin-ry Osborn Lois Lane Catherine lTabIailI Simmons Ernest Hill Howard Wren Tiuvc-lc Karlrhner , Robert Ward Ivan Lessman, John Mitrholl JUNIOR PLAY 'Ever Since Eve" was presenTed December II by The juniors. The sTory was cenTered around Johnny Clover, The ediTor oT The school newspaper. UnTil The inTrusion oT The girls' associaTe ediTor, everyThinq proceeded smooThly. When Johnny dee veloped The measles, Susan Blalce assumed The ediTor's responsibiliTies which resulTed in an up- roarious mix-up. Mr. I-lannah, The direcTor, was responsible Tor The Tremendous success oT The play. THE 1943 KINLANI JOE AUBIN THOMAS TORMEY ROBERT BURN!-IELM Business Manager EdiTor Arl' EdiTor The Trend oT The '43 Kinlani has been away from The Torrnal documenTary form To a represenTaTive cross-secTion oT high school liTe. AcTing upon The belieT ThaT iT should be The sTudenT's ThoughTs and acTions we have Tried To iniecT a biT oT orig- inaliTy inTo The layouT, a biT of personaliTy in The phoTography, and a Touch oT spice inTo The copy, WheTher we have achieved These ends or noT, The Kinlani has been a proving ground Tor The iournalisT and The camera Tiend, and To all Those who have helped and have shared in The experience, hard vvorlc, and Tun ThaT is The Kinlani, The sTory oT The high school. DEBATE This year anoTher oraTorical conTesT was held aT FlagsTaTT l-ligh School. OuT oT The English IV class oT TwenTy-nine sTudenTs who all gave oraTions on The ConsTiTuTion oT The UniTed STaTes, seven were chosen To compeTe in The school conTesT. Marycarol Pryor, who spoke on "The Three GreaTesT Freedoms oT a Democracy" was The winner, while Tess BabbiTT came in second wiTh The Topic "This ls WorTh FighTing For." There was a Tie beTween Bernard Navarro and RuTh CorbeTT Tor Third place. During The year The English lV class par- TicipaTed in an assembly wiTh a debaTe subs iecT, "Resolved: ThaT a TwenTy-Tive Thousand Dollar Ceiling Should Be PUT on All Wages. Salaries, and lncomesf' Marjorie WrighT and David Luelcer Took The aTTirmaTive while Frances Souris and Newell Fisher had The negaTive. The aTTirmaTive won by a judges' decision OT Two-To-one. AnoTher debaTe was held in assembly on The subiecT, "Resolved: ThaT Germany Was TreaTed Too l-larshly ATTer The FirsT World N1Var." The negaTive, which consisTed oT Bobbye Flulls and D. L. Skaggs, was The winner while Bill Cameron and Mary Mars gareT Meighan Talked on The aTTirmaTive side. BoTh debaTes proved very inTeresTing To The sTudenT body oT FlagsTaTT l-ligh School. , Qt "Va I- 4 'xv 572145. wi. 1 , M g 5' s KH A .Q f 1? 7 , 643 L V . ' 2 f f . f ,G www iw 4 , I L ' W, f Q5 as , sw.. QS f .1 , EX-i I , Vi Rh i , A xl X P if I, N K K Q In 'Nga-Nh 5 , f ' Q' E""f', K MMR Hfifflfixl ' 1 ,. M- U 'K , . 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COACH WHEELER and CAPTAIN AUBIN WILLIAM PRIEST QuarTerbacI4 - Senior RriesT played his Third year Tor EIagsTaTT. He was a hard hiTTer and an exceIIenT pall carrier. He could be counTf ed on To call The righT sig' nals. GEORGE NACKARD HaITIoacI4 - Junior George played his TirsT year Tor EIagsTaTT. He has proved To be a hard-hiTTing pack and a Tough deTensive man. JAMES MQGIIXILEY Taclcle A Senior James played his TirsT year Tor EIagsTaTT. He always played a good game oT TooT- ball by opening holes and sTopping his opponenTs' plays. LESLIE ISAACS End f Sophomore Leslie played his TirsT year Tor The Eagles. He could al' ways be depended on To snag passes and hold up his end oT The line. BERNARD NAVARRO End - Senior Bernard played his TirsT year Tor EIagsTaTT. He was a sure pIayfsTopper and passssnag- ger, JOE AUBIN I-IaITpacIc - Senior Joe played his TourTh and IasT year Tor The Eagles. He was one oT The l3eTTer men on The Team and proved ThaT size does noT counT. He could be oounTed on To malce The besT decision Tor The Team. He was recognized on The All-STaTe Team. HAYES TRUKKE HaITbaclc A Senior Hayes played his Third year Tor E.H.S. The opponenls always Tound him a hard man To geT. His hard-hiTTing gained The Eagles many yards. ERANK GOMEZ HaITbacI4 - Sophomore Eranlc played his TirsT year Tor E.H.S. He was a good pall Carrier, and The oppon- enTs Tound iT hard To geT a pass Through him. ROBERT MURPHY End - Senior RoberT played his second year Tor EIagsTaTT. He could be CounTed on To snag passes and hold up his end oT The line. MANUEL MIGUEL Eullbaclq - Sophomore Manuel played his TirsT year Tor EIagsTaTT. He was a good ball-paolcer and The oppon- enTs Tound iT hard To geT a pass Through him. FRED MAYORGA Guard f Junior Ered played his second year lor Elagslall. He al- ways opened The holes and slopped lhe oppon- enls' plays. The opponenl found him a very hard man 'ro gel Through. JOHN RODRIGUEZ Taclcle W Junior John played his second year for E.H.S. He always played a good game of loolloall by opening big holes and slopping The opposi+ion's plays. His bloclcs gave us many yards. CHARLES BROWN Guard - Junior Charles played his second year for Elagsfall. He was always in The opponenls' bacldield. They found him a very Tough guard. BOB BURNHELM Team Manager - Senior Bob lhis year look his place among 'rhe legion of loolball managers, Those boys who do lhe dirly worlc and hardly gel any credil. MILTON SECHRIST Cenler - Senior Milfon played his fhird year Tor E.H.S. His passes were always accurale +0 The baclclield. RALPH JUAREZ Taclcle - Junior Ralph played his Tirsl year lor Elagsfafl High School. He did his share for Eagle loollaall lorlunes This year. INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL F , - SOPHOMORE A - CHAMPIONS 1 Junior Gordon Pxrnullo Luna Manuel Miguel N Frank Gomez I Leslie Isaacs lan Bryanl Tommy Knoles Jimmy Dyer JUNIOR A - RUNNERS-UP I-loward Wren George Magana Roberl Ward Monle Bolles Alberlr Scliermann Neil Maxwell Sewie Kewanwylewa Joe Lomeli JUNIOR B Tony Lozano Ernesl I-lill Charles Powell Jolwn Milclwell Gonzalo Ybarra Tim Gregg i Andres Perez i I SOPHOMORE B Gilberf Garcia Jim Ellis Donald Bowley Wall Wlwilnell Pele Juarez SENIOR A Joe Aubin George McCullough James McGinley Willard l-larlcey Laurance Wren Judge Woo Bob Burnlwelm, Manager SENIOR B Joe Marshall Ed Slanlill David Luelcer J. P. Oeland Bernard Navarro Ben Aginiga George Boyes Milron Sechrisl INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL INTRAMURAL SOPHOMORE C Kewanwylewa Speer Slriclrland Aslesen Raborg Burns FRESHMAN C Jones Nevarez Wensel Harper Jolly FRESHMAN A Nunn Willcerson Reed Womack Sandoval Hernandez Hulchinson Garcia JUNIOR HIGH B Barreras Eslrella Alderele Falardo Conlreas lvlelendez BASKETBALL FRESHMAN B Henning Womack Ardrey KnoIes Mayorga Jiminez JUNIOR HIGH A Nunez Magana Brown Garcia Navarro Angle JUNIOR HIGH D Hernandez IvIarIinez Hernandez ViIIaIpando Corfez Moseley MarIinez JUNIOR HIGH C Goifia Souris Gibson VeIIs Sofo Sanchez Pcrfillo Se-ncIez 2' if 7 GIRUY Dorolliy Sfanlill Anna May Payne Mary Emma Hendrickson Jerver Woo Belly Jane Burns Donna Mae Kunzelman BASKETBALL Marllwa Moreno Pauline Hubbard Mary Vasquez Amelia Aginiga Maxine Moran Geraldine Woo Levela Sreele Doris Skaggs Rurlw Ybarra Celia Luna Barbara Monroya Carolyn Leamon Lois Hanna Helen Payne Margery Osborn Rosemary Babbill Eugenia Hanna Maxine Monlgomery Alice Cruirierrez Lois Lane Palricia Heaney Evelyn Scanlland June Mahoney Charlene Wilkerson Paily Mclinighl ,L- a 'il ' 'Af Fi dawg' is My A . ' 5 ,, A 5, an I , f,V, at , , CALENDAR SEPTEMBER I4-School begins wifh anofher happy year for everyone fo renew old friendships and fo make new ones. I8-Foofball season sfarfs wifh Flagsfaff-Holbrook game fhere. Final score, Eagles IZ, Holbrook 2. 22-High School band enferfains Rofary Club. 25-Flagsfaff-Clarlcdale game here wifh The score of I9-fo-2 in fheir favor. 28-Again The high school band showed fheir abilify in music by enferfaining fhe Kiwanis Club. OCTOBER 2-Williams-Flagsfaff game here wifh a very close score of I4-fo-I3 in fheir favor. 27-An assembly held fo observe Navy Day, as Chief Peffy Officer Tony Richardson gave a brief hisfory of fhe Navy. NOVEMBER Il-The greaf drive for scrap fo beaf fhe Axis was sfarfed. I7-Time for school changed fo I0 o'clock. 20-Sophomore Dance. 26-Thanksgiving vacafion sfarfs. DECEMBER 7-Special assembly held fo commemorafe an anniversary of freachery. I I-Juniors presenf "Ever Since Eve." I8-The seniors presenf fheir annual pre-Chrisfmas dance. 22-Music deparfmenf presenfs Chrisfmas Vespers. 23-Chrisfmas assembly was held, and fhe Chrisfmas vacafion began. JANUARY 4-Sfudenfs come fo school for firsf fime in I943. I8-Why have all fhe sfudenfs been so sfudious fhe pasf weelc? Oh yes, semesfer fesfs are coming up. 22-End of firsf semesfer. The Kinlani dance is held. FEBRUARY 9-The girls KNEW fhey could hilce as well as fhe boys, so fhey gof fogefher and organized a hiking club of fheir own, wifh Miss McNerney as sponsor. IO-The American Problems class presenfed an assembly on racial discriminafion. II--Lef+erman's Club held ifs inifiafion of new members. I2-Freshman barn dance proved fo be a greaf success. 24-The assembly was 'rurned over fo fhe senior English class for debafes. Social hour was held. Admission, a confribufion fo fhe Vicfory Book Drive. CALENDAR MARCH IO--An amaleur hour was lhe evenl' for lhe assembly, wilh Mr. Williams in charge. ll-A special assembly was held lo honor Mr. Speer, who lel+ +o ioin The Navy. I5-School goes back lo ils usual lime, 9:00 a. m. I9-"Ou+ ol 'rhe Frying Pan," seniors' produclion, was a rollicking success. 24-English IV class presenled anolhor debale in assembly. APML 5-Primary eleclions were heid. 7-Quiz program was lhe main evenl' of 'rhe assembly. I2-General elecfion 2l-l-lislory ol Flagslalf was presenlecl lo sludenls by lhe American Problems class. 28-College orcheslra enlerlained The sludenl body. MAY I-Track meel held al Winslow. 5--"Crucilixion," presenled by high school and college glee clubs. 6-Where are all lhe seniors? Why, il's dilch day, ol course! 7-Winslow comes 'ro Flag lor lrack meer. Junior prom, largesl social evenl of 'rhe year, presenled as a farewell lo lhe seniors. I2-lnduclion of Sludenl Body officers. I9-A slyle show presenled by Miss Dolson's home economics deparlmenl. 24-Final examinalions begin. 30-Baccalaureale. 3I-Senior Banquel. JUNE I-Eighlh grade gradua+ion al 2:00 p. m. Seniors receive diplomas in evening. 2-Locker keys relurned. This book clisfribuled 'ro sludenls. 3-Senior assembly and school picnic. 4-No school. Senior boys say goodbye FHS. hello Uncle Sam. 35" PROM COURTS Euline Bradford and Joe Auloin, chosen by The iunior class, reigned as lcing and queen ol Jrhe Junior Prom. Pxllhough royally was lheirs lor only a shorl lime, lhey will always remain uppermosl in lhe hearls ol Flagslall High School sludenls. The lcing and queen selecled Nan Longley, George McCullough, Doris Fuss, Ed Slanlill, Mary Margarel lvleighan, and Bill Cameron for alle-nd anls for lhe evening. Nan Longley George McCullough Doris Fuss Ed Slanlill Mary lvlargarel Meiqhan Bill Cameron '!Y,fQ?.l,, ' :MA 'ly' W ,173 N , IG ' :fluff - wr -wr? " K - -vw, MW-r ' 1 ., b, g,, , . ,. H - 1 , BEAUTY QUEEN This year, beaury queens were eleclecl from each class +o represenl lheir ree speclive classes. They have been chosen according lo personalily, beaury, and characler. The seniors elecled Lillie Lee Perers lo represenl rheir class. Jaclcie Fuss was chosen +o represenf The iunior class. Frances Becceril was lhe sophomore repre- senfafive, and The freshmen elecled Jaclcie Moore. 5 SQ? A U is 1 1 WQ'Q.x wi gf Qsb I f S if W 5 Q , -Quinlan , in 3 Vhhkb 3 i 'sl 4922 I N S. ,IV T A T T is rn 'SJ ff 'Q " 4E?af'f3fge??ePeP4 ' ' sy?" '14 'QW M CONTENTS STUDENT GQVERNMENT - Page CLUBS ....... Page TRACK, TENNIS, GOLF - - Page DRUM AND BUGLE CORPS- Page SNAPS ---..-- Page PE '-:S gs gg UDZO--IDN-ZPQWO TUDENT GOVERNMENT Democracy in school is quiTe as imporTanT as iT is in adulT liTe. ln sTudenT governmenT is learned The basis oT Tair and democraTic governmenT To be used To This naTion's ad- vanTage in TuTure years. The AssociaTed STudenTs oT FlagsTaTT T-ligh School was organized Tour years ago Tor The express purpose of giving The sTudenTs expe- rience in selT-governmenT. lT has succeeded admirably. The STudenT Council, composed oT The STudenT Body oTTicers and represenTaTives Trom The Tour classes, has parTicipaTed in many warTime acTiviTies This year in addiTion To underTalcing iTs regular TuncTions. The Council was in charge oT The disposiTion oT income Trom The schools scrap pile, and a large amounT of money was donaTed To The American Red Cross and To The UniTed War Fund Drive. The Council has also voTed To purchase copies oT The Kinlani Tor Tormer sTudenTs in The service, and plans have been made Tor The TormaTion oT The VicTory Corps. More STudenT Body TuncTions Than ever have been sponsored by The AssociaTion, new commiTTees have been Tormed and, all in all, more people have been drawn inTo The pro- cess oT sTudenT governmenT. OT no small assisTance in The success oT The AssociaTed STudenTs has been The work oT The Two TaculTy advisers, Mr. D. F. Pullen and Mr. WilTred Killip. ATTer Tour years OT sTruggling, The Asso- ciaTion has grown inTo a solid, eTTicienT body. The lasT charTer class in The organizaTion is now graduaTing and leaving The sTudenT gov- ernmenT which iT helped draw up in capable hands. NexT year's STudenT Body oTTicers will have ample chance To prove Their admin- isTraTive meriTs and carry on in The TradiTion oT "GovernmenT oT The people, by The peo- ple, and Tor The people." BILL CAMERON ., ,. Student Body President The president must be a senior, and shall preside over all meetings of the Association and Student Council. JOE AUBIN , Student Body Vice-President The vice-president shall be a jun- ior or senior, and shall assist the president. He is also chairman of the Traditions Committee. MARY MARGARET MEIGI-IAN , ,, Student Body Secretary The secretary must be of at least sophomore classification, with one year of typing, and shall keep an accurate record of Association meetings. DORIS FUSS . ., ,.i,, Student Body Treasurer The treasurer shall be of at least sophomore classification, and shall keep an accurate account of all funds received and expended. LUCELE KARTCHNER Student Body Social Manager The social manager shall be of at least sophomore classification, and shall direct all social activities. DAVID LUEKER A ...,,., Student Body Yell Leader The yell leader may be any boy of Flagstaff High School and shall perform the duties pertaining to his office. He is elected by the Student Council. D--. STUDENT BODY OFFICERS STUDENT COUNCIL SENIORS Presideml ,A.,,, ,,, ,, lvl all Crnkoviclw Vice-Presidenl .Y,,,A.. James McGinley Secrelary-Treasurer .YY,,,.. Bobbye I-lulls JUNIORS Presiclenl ,YA,,,,YY..,v,,,,...,, Roloerl Ward Vice-Presidenl ,Y,,,, Waller Chambers Sec.-Treas. .,,, .lvlargery Osborn SOPHOMORES Presiclenl ,,,, ., Y, ,, ,, Junior Gordon Vice-Presidenl . , Tommy Knoles Secrelaryfreasurer , Jim Ellis FRESHMEN Presidenl ,,,o ooo,7,,,,,. B erla Marie Pullen Vice-Presidenl. ,Beverley Bellwood Sec,-Trees. ,Ross Speer, Jr. EDWIN POTTS Secrea ry, 8A EMIGENE HARDY President 8A DEMETRIO MGRALES Secrefary, 8C ,xigx LORRAINE BELLWOOD VicefPresiden+ 8C SARAH ALVARADO Secrefa ry, 8B HEI MEDINA President 8C LOR RAIN E KAVATHAS Vice-President 7A OMA BENNETT President 8B NINA GERMAN Vice-President 8B - JUNIOR HIGH COUNCIL 1, ,,fH-he-wx. V 7". JACQUELINE SYKES RALPH GOITIA PETE MORADO LUCIO VILLALPANDO Pronident, 7B Vive Premidenf, 7B Sr1rre'rai'y, 7B Preqidenfk 7A SENIOR HIGH STAMP CLUB The sTamp club consisTs oT seven members oT The senior high and Their sponsor, Miss Rousseau, who are inTeresTed in The collecTion and hisTory oT sTamps. The club had Tive displays in This yearls hobby show, and also one display OT The UniTed NaTions posTed in The libary. They are now working on a display oT The Axis naTions, The rnain duTies oT The club This year have been To enlarge Their collecTions. The oTTicers are as Tollows: Tl-TOMAS TORMEY , Presidenl PAUL VASQUEZ Vice PresidenT JIMMY DYER SecreTary'Treasurer 1 SKI CLUB The Slci Club, even Though organized only Tor a Tew years, is TasT becoming one oT The ouTsTanding clubs in The school. lTs more imporTanT evenTs during The lasT school year consisTed OT several overnighT Trips To The Snow Bowl and a Ski Car- nival aT Sheep Hill. The club's sponsor was Mr. Fred Anderson, who was recenTly inducTed inTo The Army. HIKING CLU Probably no hiking club in fhe counfry has been so generously freaf- ed by mofher nafure as fhe Flagsfaff High School l-liking Club. For wifhin disfance and fime fhe club members can hike over deserfs, scale ledges and peaks, and explore canyons, and Cafhedral Rock in Oak Creek Can' yon is af presenf fhe only obsfacle which has nof been fopped by fhe club. And as a final proiecf or as a culminafion of fhe club's yearly acfiv- ifies, fhe group fakes an overnighf frip info fhe Sand Canyon. A weekly hike and explorafion, un- der fhe leadership of D. F. Pullen, is almosf a rule wifh The club regard- less of fhe facf fhaf all members are nof able fo be in affendance on each iaunf. Officers are Jack Bufler, hike mase fer lNavylg Kimball Morse, assisfanf hilce masfer lNavylg and Tommy Knoles, secrefary-freasureri Sfanding members include Tommy Knoles, Charles Pullen, l-loward Wren, Jimmy Dyer, Ivanhoe Lessman, Roberf Burnhelm, Malcolm Mackey, Monfe Bolles, Leslie lsaacs, Junior Gordon, George Lay, Eric Aslesen, Leighfon Sfrickland, and Jer Kury Woo lNavyl. LETTERMAN'S CLUB The I.efferman's Club is an organizafion for boys who have parficipafed in school afhlefics. To be admiffed a sfudenf musf have earned one leffer in a maior sporf or fwo leffers in minor sporfs. The sweafer and insignia of fhe club are a brown or green sweafer wifh fhe leffer NF" on if. Old members of fhe club include Milfon Se- chrisf, presidenf, Joe Aubin, Willard l-larkey, Tony Lozano, George McCullough, George Boyes, George Magana, Walfer Chambers, and Bernard Navarro. New members admiffed fhis year include George Nackard, Leslie lsaacs, Frank Gomez, Manuel Miguel, James McGinley, and Bob Burn' helm, The following members of fhe club enfered The service fhis year: Maff Crnkovich, John Rodriguez, Leo Garcia, William Priesf, l-layes Trukke, Roberf Murphy, and Bill Gruening. AERONAUTICS CLUB The AeronauTics Club was organ- ized during The TirsT oT The year Tor The purpose oT learning The Tunda- menTals oT Tlying, and The mechanics oT liqhTer-Than-air craTT. The club meT Two hours on Wednesday and Thursday nighTs. The sponsors and Teachers were Mr. D. E. Pullen and Mr. R. B. Speer. The oTTicers oT The club are as Tollows: CHESS CLUB This year many oT The sTudenTs of F.l-l.S. wanTed To learn To play chess. The club was Tormed, and Mr. C. J. Broolcsby, Mr. J. E. McDonough, and Mr. D. E. Pullen TaughT The members oT The club how To play The game. The club meT every monTh on Friday niqhT and TournamenTs were held beTween The members. OTTicers oT The club are as Tollows: THOMAS TORMEY . .. PresidenT MYRON SUTTON .. Vice PresidenT LESLIE ISAACS . SecreTary JAMES McGlNLEY . .. PresidenT JOE AUBIN .... . . , Vice PresidenT LESLIE ISAACS ..... .... . SecreTary HOWARD WREN . Treasurer GIRLS HIKING CLUB The Girls Hiking Club, which is new This year, was organized by a group oT girls, under The sponsorship oT Miss Mchlerney. The main purpose oT The club is To Take weekly hikes To poinTs oT inTeresT around l3lagsTaTT. The oTTicers OT The club are as Tollows: presidenT, Mary GerTrude Skidmore: viceApresidenT, Joy Ulrey. The oTher members are MarTha Webber, RuTh Ann Spencer, Phyllis Dale Spen- cer, Virginia Pryor, Hazel Trukke, Lillus l.angsTon, Louise Bankhead, Evelyn ScanTland, Joan Dickerson, Jeraldine Woo, BeTTy Cheshire, Alice GuTierrez, and Annie GuTierrez. RED CROSS This year our FlagsTaTT Junior Red Cross chapTer has been doing iTs parT in This crisis ThaT is now Tacing The UniTed STaTes. Under The very capable supervision of Miss Rousseau and Those in The school who are willing To puT ouT some eTTorT To help, a greaT deal oT work is being done. Q - v- The Junior Red Cross Council con- 24,,, 5 - 'Nl sisTs OT Marjorie WrighT, Jimmie Nunn, and Tommy Knoles. This vasT organizae Tion sponsored The book campaign, which was a real success, and The bas- keTball game helped in Their drive Tor more money. They senT recreaTional and arTicles OT comTorT To ForT l-luachu- ca, and lasT buT cerTainly noT leasT, The Junior Red Cross chapTer oT The Junior l-ligh presenTed a play on Their own Time and supervision. CLUB DEMOSAILLES CLUB The Demosailles Club was organized in January I943. The club was made up ot a group ot girls between the ages ot I5 and 18. They drew up a charter and constitution which was approved and passed by the Student Council ot Flagstatt High School. A dance was given, and was a success. The theme ot dance was a "Sweet- heart Ball." Members ot the taculty were present and each member ot the club was allowed to invite one guest. The Club was under the sponsorship ot Mr. Williams, The members are: Stella Kavathas, Nan Longley, Euline Bradford, Peggy Meighan, Nancy Norman, Betty Medley, Nonavie Harman, Jean Schermann, Margery Osborn, Doris Fuss, Vivian Lindsay, Arlis Leamon, Marjorie Wright, Pat McKnight, Jackie Fuss, Lucele Kartchner, Lois Lane. The officers are: president, Nancy Norman, vice-president, Peggy Meighang secretary- treasurer, Stella Kavathasg social manager, Nan Longleyg publicity manager, Arlis Leamon, F . . . PHOTOGRAPHY The F. H. S. Photography Club was organized tor the tollowing purposes: to teach the members the correct use ot their cameras, to teach them how to make good pictures, and to acquaint them with dark- room technique and special branches ot photography. This year they have carried out their plans by having several demon- strations and lectures on the construction ot the camera, negative development, printing, and enlarging. One ot the most interesting meetings was on color photo! graphy. Some ot the members used their knowledge ot photography in taking a great many ot the pictures tor this year's Kinlani. The otticers are as tollows: Mr. Micke. sponsor: Charles Pullen, president: Jer Kury Woo, vice-president: lvanhoe Lessman, secretary-treasurer. Other members in- clude Robert Burnhelm, Donald Speer, Carolyn Leamon, and Carolyn Cobb. GOLF George McCullough and Jim Ellis delealed Winslow May l, wilh McCul- lough as low scorer. On May 7 lhis learn again defealecl Winslow. TENNIS A+ Winslow on May l, Junior Gorf don look The singles, and Howard Wren and lvlonle Bolles fook The doubles. They mel again on May 7 a+ Flagslafl. TRACK The lraclr leam mel Winslow lhere on May l and again al Flagslaii on May 7. Winslow fools bolh meels. DRUM AND BUGLE CORPS Under lhe capable leadership ol Mr. James Williams, lhe Drum and Bugle Corps, in new Scolch unilorms, was very aclive lhis year, perlorming al our high school loolball games, as well as lhe college's loolball games. They marched al lhe Navaio Crdnance Depol and slood review several limes wilh Army lroops slalioned near Flagslall. Members ol lhe Corps are lhe lollowing: Marian Marlin, maiorelle: Nonavie Harman and Jewell Slewarl, lieulenanlsy Mariorie Wrighl, bugle caplain1 Mary Margarel Meighan, drum caplaing Euline Bradlord, drum lieulenanlg Elna Schipp- niclc, bugle lieulenanlg Cora Ann Bennell, Donna Kunzelman, Carolyn Leamon, Pally Jalcle, Eugenia Hanna, Helen Payne, Lois Hanna, Dorolhy Slanlill, Phyllis Peclc, Nalhalie Schmidl, Helen Kavalhas, Belly Burns, Sybil Marlin, Helen Peris, Merle Julian, Broolcsie Clark, Belly Cheshire, Lora Chiappelli, Rosemary Crnlcovich, Slella Kavalhas, Bobbye Hulls, Arlis Leamon. Carolyn Cobb, Lucele Karlchner, Jackie Moore, Belly Medley, Kalherine Mallhews, Emma Jean Harcly, Mary Emma Hendrickson, Doris Fuss, Mary Slern, Louise Banlchead, and Winilred Cox. 1104 YY! ,iv Tr ,A fy, meg - ' iii 'wi I my C U N T E N T S BOYS IN THE SERVICE - - SENIORS JUNIORS SOPHOMORES - - FRESHMEN - - - EIGHTH GRADE - - - SEVENTH GRADE - - Page 64 Page 65 Page 74 Page 77 Page 8I Page 85 Page 88 BO0K FOUIl Boyd Wollingion Navy Bill Bower Army Roberl' Murphy Navy Bruce Denf Marines Jack l.argen+ Navy Kimball Morse Navy William Priesf Navy Frank Wlwilnell Navy BOYS IN THE SERVICE Leo Garcia Navy Jer Kury Woo Navy Bill Gruening Navy Mall Crnkoviclw Navy Wayne Lindsay Navy Hayes Trulcke Navy Ole Solberg Navy Dave Corner Navy SENIORS The quesfion is asked, "How does a sfudenf feel, grad- uafing info a world a+ war?" In answer fo fhaf quesfion, we say, "We are grafeful fo civilizafion: if has been very generous and kind fo us. If has afforded us a chance for advancemenf and educafion. "Bu'I' foday civilizafion is in ieopardy. There are bar- barians who would desfroy if-refurn fhe universe fo fhe Sfone Age. Our forebears gave us civilizafion, buf 'I'hey cannof defend if for us: only we can do 'l'haf. We are beffer men and women because we have af- fended fhis insfifufion. We have profifed from our sfay here. We have gleaned learning from books and from confacfs wifh feachers and sfudenfs. We have also had our share of fun. Buf 'rhis is all a fhing of fhe pasf. We are now going ouf info fhe world fo pay off our debf fo civilizafion. We shall be compelled fo DESTROY in order fo PRESERVE our way of life. And when all fhe desfruc- fion is finished, we shall rebuild fhe world, we shall make fhis a beffer world. "This is an exceedingly difficulf fask. Buf we have faifh and confidence in our generafion. We can do fhe iob. This will be a beffer world because we have lived and builf in if. And we believe 'rhaf because we have spenf four years af fhis high school, we shall be beffer qualified fo fulfill our fask." CLIFFORD OBERG CliTTord has done ouTsTanding work in The science and maThemaTics deparTmenTs. He also was a member oT The Track Team Tor a year and a member oT The LiTerary Club. ELSIE STAUFFER Elsie has been acTive in music and aThleTics. The band and glee club made use oT her services Tor Three years. She has also sung in a cappella and The music conTesT and been in Drum and Bugle Corps. A leTTerwoman, she has spenT Tour years in inTramurals. She was also in dramaTics and The LaTin Club. LAURANCE WREN - SaluTaTorian Laurance was on The golf Team Tor Two years and in inTramural aThleTics Tor Tour years. He worked on The Green and Brown Tor a year. and had parTs in boTh iunior and senior plays. He be- longed To The Hiking Club and The Ski Club. MARY MARGARET MEIGHAN-Honor GraduaTe An ouTsTanding music sTudenT, Mary MargareT has been in The band, a cappella choir, glee club and The girls' Trio. She served as an accompanisT and was in The music conTesT. She was also a member of The clarineT quarTeTTe and The school's swing band. She was in Drum and Bugle Tor Three years, was cheerleader and vice-presidenT oT The organizaTion. She served on The STudenT Council as iunior class secreTary and secreTary oT The AssociaTed STudenTs. She had parTs in boTh iun- ior and senior plays, was a member oT The Demoi- selles. her class' DAR represenTaTive, and a member OT The NaTional Honor SocieTy. DAN HOGAN Dan's conTribuTion To FHS has been his norable work in The indusTrial arTs deparTmenT. He has also been a member oT The Camera Club Tor Twf: years. TESS BABBITT-Honor GraduaTe Tess was on The STudenT Council Tor one year, serving as her class' secreTary-Treasurer during her Treshman year. She was a member oT The NaTional Honor SocieTy, serving as iTs secreTary Tor a year. She parTicipaTed in clramaTics and was in The iunior. In music she has served as a member oT The glee club, band, Treshman Trio, and a cappella. Her name was on The membership rolls oT The Drum and Bugle Corps Tor Two years. She is a leTTerwoman, having Taken parT in inTramurals and Tumbling. She was also a member oT The LaTin Club. DORIS FUSS Doris has served on The STudenT Council as STudenT Body Treasurer. She has been in The band, glee club, and a cappella, as well as being in The girls' Trio, orchesTra, and Drum and Bugle cheerleader. The leTTerwomen claim her as a member, she having 'been in inTramurals and Tumb- ling. She was a member oT The All-STaTe Choir in her junior year, as well as being in dramaTics and The LaTin Club. GEORGE BOYES Coming To FHS Trom Yuma CounTy High School in Colorado, George has parTicipaTed ex- Tensively in music and aThleTics. He was a member oT The band, playing on The brass and TrumpeT quarTeTTes, and The All-S+a+e orchesTra. He played baskeTball and in inTramurals, being a member oT The LeTTerman's Club and The NaTional AThleTic Honor SocieTy. MAXINE MARCUM Maxine has worked in The commercial deparT- menT and has been acTive in aThleTics, wiTnessed by The TacT ThaT she has been a leTTerwoman Tor Three years. LILLIE LEE PETERS Lillie Lee is a Three-year leTTerwoman, and has been in inTramurals Tor Tour years. She was also in The Drum and Bugle Corps and The Home Economics Club Tor a year. Her Tellow classmen chose her as senior queen Tor The annual. MARIAN MARTIN Marian came To FHS aTTer spending Two years aT Warren High, iWarren, Arkansas. She was in The band and glee club and also The Drum and Bugle Corps. serving as drum maioreTTe. She par- TicipaTed in inTramurals. NEWELL FISHER Newell spenT Two years in Winslow and one year aT Gallup, N. M., before coming To FIagsTaTT. He was a member oi The Chess Club and also parTicipaTed in debaTe. DAVID LU EKER David was in The band, glee club, and The orchesTra, as well as The music conTesT and The All-STaTe OrchesTra. He was a member oT The ski Team, debaTe, and was in The LaTin Club Tor a year. He was The STudenT Body Cheerleader. BEULAH SUMMERS Beulah parTicipaTed in inTramurals Tor Two years. SENICRS DORIS FUSS GEORGE BOYES MAXINE MARCUM LILLIE LEE PETERS MARIAN MARTIN NEWELL FISHER DAVID LUEKER BEULAI-I SUMMERS CLIFFORD OBERG ELSIE STAUFFER LAURANCE WREN MARY MARGARET MEIGHAN DAN HOGAN TESS BABBITT SENIORS MILTON SECI-IRIST FRANCES SOURIS D. L, SKAOOS ALMA LOUISE KRUPP BOB BURNI-IELM NAN LONGLEY TOM TORMEY STELLA KAVATI-IAS JOE AUBIN BOBBYE I-IULLS WILLARD I-IARKEY MARYCAROL PRYOR ROSEMARY CRNKOVICI-I BILL CAMERON RACI-IAEL SLAYTON THOMAS TORMEY-Honor GraduaTe Tom was ediTor oT This Kinlani. He was acTive in music and ublicaTions, serving on The Green and Brown sTa1Ec and being a member oT The glee club, band, orchesTra, a cappella, and The All-STaTe choir. The LiTerary Club claimed him as a mem- ber, as did The STamp Club, oT which he was presidenT. He served in baskeTball, Track, and inTramurals. He belonged To The Hiking Club, was presidenT oT The Chess Club, and in The junior play. He is a member oT The NaTional Honor SocieTy. STELLA KAVATHAS STella has been acTive in music and aThleTics. She has been in The glee club, music conTesT. and a cappella choir. A leTTerwoman Tor Three years, she has Taken parT in inTramurals. and Drum and Bugle, and was a member oT The STudenT Council. JOE AUBIN An ouTsTanding aThleTe, Joe leTTered in TooTball Tor Tour years, and was capTain in his senior year. He was a Three-year member oT The LeTTerman's Club, holding an oTTice Tor Two years. He was also a member oT The NaTional AThleTic Honor SocieTy. ln The music deparTmenT Joe was a member oT The band, orchesTra, clarineT quarTeTTe, and German band. He served on The STudenT Council Tor Two years, being sophomore class sec- reTary and vice-presidenT oT The AssociaTed STu- denTs. He served on The TradiTions CommiTTee, and was a member oT The Ski Club. He was business manager oT The annual. The juniors chose him as king oT Their prom. BOBBYE HULLS-Honor GraduaTe Bobbye was a Tour-year member oT The glee club and also was a member oT The Drum and Bugle Corps. She has parTicipaTed in The music conTesT and The All-STaTe Choir. She is a leTTer- woman and acTive in inTramurals. ln dramaTics she was in boTh The junior and senior play. She has served as senior class secreTary and a member oT The ConsTiTuTion CommiTTee, as well as belong- ing To The AeronauTics Club and The NaTional Honor SocieTy. WILLARD HARKEY Willard has been very acTive in aThleTics, having parTicipaTed in inTramurals. TooTball, Track, Tennis, and skiing. He is a member oT The LeT- Terman's Club. MARYCAROL PRYOR ATTer aTTending CiTrus High School aT Azusa, California, Tor Three years. Marycarol came To FlagsTaTT To parTicipaTe in band, glee club, and The swing band. She emerged vicTor in The Ora- Torical ConTesT. ROSEMARY CRNKOVICH Rosemary has been very acTive in The music deparTmenT-glee club, music conTesT, a cappella choir, All-STaTe Choir and a soloisT. She is a leTTerwoman and has been acTive in inTramurals. She served in The senior play as wardrobe direcTor. BILL CAMERON Bill was very acTive in sTudenT governmenT, serving as presidenT oT The AssociaTed STudenTs, vice-presidenT of The AssociaTed STudenTs, presi- denT oT The junior class, chairman oT TradiTions and ConsTiTuTion CommiTTees, and member oT The Assembly CommiTTee. He was in TooTball and debaTe, and a member OT The Hiking Club. He Took parT in The OraTorical ConTesT. and was in boTh junior and senior plays. RACHAEL SLAYTON Rachael has been in The glee club Tor Tour years, and was in The music conTesT. She was a member of The Home Economics Club, and was acTive in inTramurals. MILTON SECHRIST MilTon has Taken parT in TooTball and inTra- murals. He is presidenT oT The LeTTermen's Club and a member oT The NaTional AThleTic Honor SocieTy. FRANCES SOURIS Frances was a member oT The glee club and The a cappella choir. She was a member oT The LeTTerwoman's Club, besides being in The Drum and Bugle Corps and The senior play. D. L. SKAGGS-ValeclicTorian D. L. is a member oT The NaTional Honor SocieTy. He served as a member of The LiTerary Club Tor a year, and parTicipaTed Tor Two years in The Academic ConTesT. ln school publicaTions he served on The Green and Brown sTaTT Tor Two years, being ediTor-in-chief in his Tinal year. and on The Kinlani sTaTT Tor Two years. being junior class ediTor and assisTanT ediTor. He Took parT in debaTe and served as chairman oT The ConsTi- TuTion CommiTTee. ln addiTion, he was a member oT The Chess Club and was in boTh The junior and senior play. ALMA LOUISE KRUPP Alma Louise aTTended school aT Nogales and ThaTcher beTore coming To FlagsTaTT. She was on The Technical sTaTT oT The senior play. BOB BURNHELM Bob was vice-presidenT of his class during iTs Treshman year. He worked on The Green and Brown Tor Three years, being sporTs ediTor Tor Two years. He belonged To The Hiking Club, and earned his leTTer as TooTball manager. He was in Track and inTramurals. and a member oT The Camera Club. He was in boTh The junior and senior plays and served as ArT EdiTor Tor The Kinlani. NAN LONGLEY Nan arlended NorTh Phoenix High School be- Tore coming To FHS. She was a member of The Drum and Bugle Corps, and was in inTramurals and The senior play. JAMES McGlNLEY James has The disTincTion of belonging To boTh The NaTional Honor SocieTy and The NaTional AThleTic Honor SocieTy. He has been in TooTball, baskeTball, and inTramurals, and belongs To The l.eTTerman's Club. He has been a member of The band Tor Two years and is in The brass quarTeTTe. He is a member of The AeronauTics Club, The Ski Club, and served as senior class vice-presidenT, in addiTion To being on The Assembly and CharTer CommiTTees. EDNA HECKATHORN Edna's major work aT FlagsTaTT High School has been in The home economics and commerce deparTmenTs. PHYLLIS PECK Phyllis aTTended school aT Wilson. Kansas, dur- ing her sophomore and iunior years. She was a member of The glee club, The band, and Drum and Bugle Corps aT FlagsTaTT. GEORGE MCCQLLOUGH-Honor GraduaTe George has been an ouTsTancling perTormer in The music deparTmenT Tor Tour years, being in The band, orchesTra, glee club, a cappella choir, and music conTesT. ln aThleTics he has parTicipaTed in baskeTbalI, golT, Tennis, inTramurals, and skiing, being a member oT The LeTTerman's Club and The NaTional AThleTic Honor SocieTy. He was also a member oT The Camera Club, LaTin Club, and Hiking Club. He served on The TradiTions Com- miTTee ancl was in The senior play. MYRON SUTTON-Honor GraduaTe ln addiTion To FlagsTaTT, Myron has aTTended high school aT PrescoTT and NorTh Phoenix. He has been acTive in dramaTics, having had leading parTs in boTh The junior and senior plays. He was a member of The Hiking Club and The STamp Club and vice-presidenT oT The Chess Club. He served as TeaTure ediTor oT The Green and Brown Tor a year and a halT, and was assisTanT ediTor oT The annual. JEAN SCHERMANN ln The music deparTmenT Jean served in glee club, band, orchesTra, sTring quarTeTTe. and was cello soloisT in The music conTesT. She was a member oT The Drum and Bugle Corps, and also Took parT in inTramurals and dramaTics. ROBERTA OATS BEN AGlNlGA Ben parTicipaTed in inTramurals Tor Tour years, and in Track. He, was a member oT The Spanish Club ancl The ArT Club, and was on The Green and Brown sTaTT Tor half a year. RUTH CORBETT-Honor GraduaTe A Two year member oT The NaTional Honor SocieTy. RuTh has Taken parT in The oraTorical con- TesT. music conTesT. iunior play, and was on The sTaTT of The Green and Brown. She was also a member of The ArT Club, Home Economics Club. glee club, and a cappella choir. She parTicipaTecl in inTramurals and was a member oT The LeTTer- women. She was in Quill and Scroll. MADELINE FREEMAN Madeline has been in The glee club, a cappella choir, music conTesT, and has been a soloisT in The music deparTmenT. She was also a member oT The girls' Trio and The Home Economics Club. LUPE CHAVIRA Lupe aTTended Williams High School Tor Three years beTore coming To FlagsTaTT. DOUGLAS JACKSON Among Douglas' acTiviTies aT FHS has been parTicipaTion in The band, orchesTra, music conTesT. and glee club. He belonged To The LaTin Club. Hiking Club, Camera Club, and AeronauTics Club. He was on The TooTball Team Tor a year. JAMES MCGINLEY PHYLLIS PECK RUTH CORBETT MADELINE FREEMAN LU PE CI-IAVIRA DOUGLAS JACKSON EDNA HECKATHORN GEORGE McCUl.LOUGH MYRON SUTTON JEAN SCHERMANN ROBERTA OATS BEN AGINIGA JUDGE WOO IRENE MQCOY EDITH SMITH BERNARD NAVARRO MARJORIE WRIGHT EULINE BRADFORD ED STANFILL ANNIE GUITIERREZ POLLY VASOUEZ JOE MARSHALL NORMAN GARNATZ VIVIAN LINDSAY ETHEL ZION SENIORS JUDGE WOO Judge has Taken parT in inTramural aThleTics Tor Tour years and TooTball Tor Three. He worked on The Green and Brown Tor a year, and belonged To The glee club Tor a year. IRENE Mccov Irene was in The glee club, a cappella choir, and music conTesT, and secreTary ol: The Home Economics Club in her sophomore year. EDITH SMITH Edifh wenT To school aT Sedona Tor Two years before aTTending FlagsTaTT. BERNARD NAVARRO Bernard was in inTramurals Tor Tour years, Track and TooTball Tor Two. He was a member oT The LeTTerman's Club and The NaTional AThleTic Honor SocieTy. He was in The Spanish Club, dramaTics, and placed Third in The school oraTorical conTesT. MARJORIE WRIGHT Marjorie was acTive in The glee club, serving as presidenT Tor a year, The music conTesT, All-STaTe Choir, and a cappella choir. A Three-year leTTer- woman, she parTicipaTed exTensively in inTramurals. She was a member of Drum and Bugle Corps Tor Three years, serving as bugle capTain Tor a year. She was one of FHS' ouTsTanding debaTers, and belonged To The ArT Club and The Junior Red Cross CommiTTee. She had a leading parT in The senior play. EULINE BRADFORD Euline has parTicipaTed in music as a member oT The glee club and The band. She was in The music conTesT and was a member oT The Demoiselles. A leTTerwoman, Euline has been acTive in inTramurals and Tumbling. She was a member oT The TradiTions CommiTTee. The LaTin Club, and The Girls' Hiking Club. She was in The casT of The junior play, and was queen oT The junior prom. ED STANFILL The band has had Ed as a member Tor Two years, and The glee club Tor Two years. A Track- man, he was also in inTramurals and in The Aero- nauTics Club. ANNIE GUITIERREZ Annie has been a member oT The LeTTerwomen Tor Three years, wiTh Tour years oT inrramurals To her crecliT. She Took parT in Tumbling, dramaTics, and was a member oT The Home Economics Club, as well as The Girls' Hiking Club. POLLY VASQUEZ Polly has been a member oT The glee club Tor Three years. JOE MARSHALL Joe has aTTended school aT Roswell and aT Albuquerque, New Mexico. AT FlagsTaTT he was on The golf Team and in inTramurals. NORMAN GARNATZ ATTer one year aT ElkTon, MinnesoTa, Norman spenT Three years aT FlagsTaTT. He was in The junior play, on The Green and Brown sTaTT Tor a year and a halT, a member oT Quill and Scroll and The Camera Club. VIVIAN LINDSAY Vivian was in The glee club Tor a year, The music conTesT, and a member OT The Drum and Bugle Corps. She was a Three-year leTTerwoman, and was acTive in inTramurals. ETHEL ZION EThel was in inTramurals and The glee club. JUNIORS For fhree years we, fhe class of '44, have been proceed- ing foward one goal, graduafion. We are now af fhe fhree quarfer mark. In fhe years we have been here we have made many changes. From meek freshmen we changed fo sophomores full of self-confidence. Then as iuniors our class fook on fhe responsibilify of our firsf year as upper- classmen. We are now ready fo fake up our dufies as seniors. As iuniors we sponsored fwo of fhe oufsfanding evenfs of fhe school year, fhe iunior prom and iunior play. These evenfs were made successful by careful planning and work under fhe direcfion of our class officers, Roberf Ward, Walfer Chambers, and Margery Osborn. To our sponsors, Mr. D. F. Pullen, Mrs. Lee Kenner, and Mr. Norman Borg, we exfend our sincere appreciafion. We realize how greafly we have benefifed by fheir help, and we are defermined fo prove fhis appreciafion by carrying on nexf year in a fashion we know fhey will be proud of. I is JUNIORS WALTER CHAMBERS CHARLENE WILKERSON MARGERY OSBORN AGNES BONAL CAROLYN MILLER ELVIRA MARTINEZ BETTY CUSTIS ANDRES PEREZ ALICE GUITIERREZ ED TRUSWELL HELEN PAYNE SEWIE KEWANWYTEWA LOIS LANE KATHERINE RICCA GENEVIEVE WILLIS RUMALDA BERRERAS TIM GREGG ROSEMARY BABBITT IVANHOE LESSMAN JOYCE KIMBALL DONALD SPEER MARALYN REED 1 ROBERT WARD CATHERINE BABBITT JOE LOMELI JUNE MAHONEY HOWARD WREN NORMA JEAN MATSON MONTE BOLLES LILY TRUJILLO CHARLES PULLEN JACKIE EUSS NEIL MAXWELL EUGENIA HANNAH ERNEST HILL LUCELE KARTCHNER RONALD MCDONALD IDA DAVIS EUGENE BUTLER EVELYN SCANTLAND JOHN MITCHELI MAXINE GEORGE MAGANA SOPHOMORES We, fhe sophomores, have reached fhe half-way mark. We are fhe second sophomore class in fwenfy-five years fo reach ifs goal in fhe shadow of a world war. We are grafeful for our freedom-fhe freedom of educafion, which will be of greaf value as we sfep from school info a war forn world fo do our bif foward fhe esfablishmenf of a beffer world. We wish fo fhank our class advisors, Mr. Micke, Mr. Killip, and Miss McGinley, for fheir helpful guidance and cooperafion during fhese years, and we hope we can prove worfhy of fhe splendid leadership of Junior Gordon, Tommy Knoles, and Jim Ellis, our class officers, who have worked so diligenfly in helping us 'I'o sponsor fhe number of social acfivifies our class has arranged and presenfed for fhe school. As a class we sfand unifed in our pride for our high school and fine faculfy. We are grafeful for fheir kind help and good advice and hope fhaf as we go on info our fhird year fhaf we may all be a credif fo Flagsfaff High School. SOPHQMCRES I , l Louise Banlcliead, James Goila, Dorollwy Jensen, Malcolm Mackey, Belly Medley Junior Gordon. Roloerf Best Nonavie Harmon, Tommy Knoles, Helen Byrom, Ed Taclcill, Efliel Byrom Belly Cook, Joe Kramer, Frances Blaclc, Leslie lsaacs, Mary Clarlc, Don Bowley. Franlc Gomez, Frances Becceril, Jimmie Dyer, Helen Peris, Jim Ellis, Palsy l-lerold SOPHOMORES lan Bryanf, Amelia Aqiniqa, Elias Luevano, Jean Blevins, Norman Shaffer, Virginia Pryor. Edilli Wong, Leiqlilon Slriclcland, Lupe Cruz, Roy Hendrickson, Carmen Balderas Roberlr Slayfon. Manuel Miguel, Eunice Hubbard, Ewie Kewanwylewa, Marian McDonald, Waller Wlwifnell, Pauline Hulobarcl. Evelyn Florez, Jolwn Raborg, Olga Dominguez, Eric Asleson, Joy Ulrey, Pxrnullo Luna. New 'Qv ,gi in Helen Melzqer, Lillus Lanqslon, Helen Howe, Jean Tillman, Eleanor Sjodin, George Lay, Arlis Leamon. Hazel Trukke, Freeman Herrinqlon, Maxine Moran, Roberla York, Jewell Slewarl, Mary Vasquez, Alexander Diaz, Marion Priesl Lane, Cora Ann Bennell, Joan Dickerson, Plwyllis Dale Spencer, Donald Pedigo, Ollie Pessarra, Frances Monloya. Pele Juarez, Belly Dunnam, , , Tommy Burns, Lavela Sleele, Paul Vasquez. Marllla Jane Webber, Marllwa ,,,. Moreno, Belly Lou Klopping, Rose Lozano, Rulll Ann Spen- cer. Leo Waldlwaus, Mary Gerlrude Skidmore, Gene Cameron, Jer- W Q it aldine Vlfoo, Tony Lozano. M Nr' -Q W' 'K ' , sccl 'M ,Q ,- ..,.,: K yi if FRESHMEN Even fhough we of 'rhe freshman class have been con- sidered by fhe high school as underdogs, we are proud of our record so far in Flagsfaff High School, and we mean fo uphold if. Ouf of fhe furmoil of a war-forn school year, we have emerged wifh a complefe success. Even as beginners, we have been able fo hold our own, scholasfically, socially, and ofherwise. We realize fhaf in a world of war, if becomes more necessary day by day for us fo beffer prepare ourselves and fo ufilize our opporfunifies fo fhe fullesf exfenf so fhaf we will be well fiffed and enfirely able fo fake our places in fhe world of indusfry, be if a world of peace or a world of sfrife. We know fhaf our democracy wifh all ifs 'Freedoms is fhe besf way of life and fhaf our educafion for fhis way of life is worfh working and fighfing for, so we as a class have resolved fo work and fo make fhe besf use of our educafional opporfunifies in fhe fufure as we have in fhe pasf. We have one more fhing fo say before you furn fhe page. Our class officers, Berfa Pullen, Beverly Bellwood, and Ross Speer, Jr., and our sponsors, Mr. Bruce Hannah, Mr. J. E. MacDonough, and Miss Rufh Dofson, have all played a maior role in making fhis year such a success, and words cannof express our grafifude foward fhem. FRESHMEN Roberl Womack, Joseplwine Niefo, Emilio Mayorqa, Celia Luna, Donald Barker Belly Clieslmire. Lulu Mondraqon, Olis Lockwood, rieien Kavallwas, Jaclc Nunley, Carolyn Cobb, Raymond Ely. Ross Speer, Jerry Nunley, Kennellw Jones, Rullw Ybarra, Roberl Efler, Beffy Burns Barbara Monloya, Lee l'luTCl'1inson, Palsy Pendley, Pele Luna, Marllwa McClure Joe Garcia. i WALTER WENSEL GERTRUDE PESSARRA JACK REID BERTA PULLEN ANNA MAY PAYNE AUGUSTIN SANDOVAL BILLIE JO GULLEDGE ROLAND WOMACK DONALD- PENDLEY RACHEL APODOCA BILLY OELAND JEAN GERMAN NATHALIE SCHMIDT GEORGE BARRERAS DOROTHY STANFILL ARTHUR FLEMING FRESHMEN DONALD JOHNSON MARY HENDRICKSON TRINIDAD GIL LOIS HANNA ROBERT MARTINEZ MARY EVA BURNS RALPH ADAMS PATTY JAKLE FRESHMEN Pele Jiminez, Marian Casillas, Marllwa Complon, Delma Jean Rowland, Donna Mae Kunzelman. Jerver Woo, Elrea Ardrey, Carolyn Leamon, Elna Sclwippnick, Bill Wilkerson. Salvador Navarez, Lucy Abeyia, Lawrence Harper, Belly Walson, Elrea Ardrey. Doris Skaggs, James Thompson, Anila Blaaw, Beverly Bellwood, Jackie Moore. Bill Jolly, Jeannelie Franke, Barbara Monloya, Florene Marcum, Jimmie Nunn. - ' I wiv! ...., A 1 mi E' 2 ,,A.- ri ' :, ,Q 'many Tx . gf B vx. 12 X ,, The iunior high wing, which is now ccnnecTed To FIagsTaTT High School, was begun early in I94O, and was Tinished The Tollowing auTumn. AIThough The iunior high has been a parT oT ElagsTaTT High School Tor only Three years, we Teel ThaT iT has become a parT oT our school sysTem. The junior high and iTs Teachers, under The supervision oT Mr. Hill Redman, are glad To be a parT of FIagsTaTT High School. We may Teel sure ThaT The goal oT The iunior high will be gracluaTion Trom The senior class. We in FIagsTaTT High School sincerely hope ThaT They will keep on climbing unTil Their prize is won. Following in The sTeps oT The high school, The iunior high has eIecTed iTs own sTudenT body oTTic- ers, who are as Tollows: JUNIOR HIGH EighT A: Ernigene Hardy, presidenT: Mervin Dwiggins, vice-president Edwin PoTTs, secreTary. EighT B: Oma BenneTT, presidenT: Nina German, vice-presidenT: Sarah Alvarado, secreTary. EighT C: EiTi Medina, presidenTg Lorraine Bell- wood, vice-presidenT: DemeTrio Morales, secreTary. Seven A: Lucio Villalpando, president Lorraine KavaThas, vice-president Donald Gumm, secreTary. Seven B: Jacqueline Sykes, presidenT: Ralph GoiTia, vice-president PeTe Morales, secreTary. Seven C: Irene Vasquez, presiclenT: Melba Jo Adams, vice-presidenT1 Dora Gallegos, secreTary. KENNY WEBBER EARNESTINE MORGAN CHARLIE OOITIA MARGARET MESA DEMETRIO MORALES ALICE GOLSARRY WALTER BROWN LILLIAN MAY PIPER ELMER HUBBARD MARY GONZALES BILLY TISSAW PATTY LOU PEARCE J. D. DILTZ JENNY ENCISO LEON STEELE ELEANOR JIMENEZ EDWIN POTTS IDA BARRARAS PETER FLOREZ CARMEN VERGARA DAISY WOMACK I-IARLAN BRYAN LORA DUNNAM ROLAND GRAVES DAVID ESTRELLA NINA GERMAN JAMES AKINS KATI-IRYN KENNER TILLIE BACA YSIDORA CEBALLOS EMIGENE HARDY SANTOS GARCIA KARL STEWART LOUISA ADAMS RICHARD MYERS VIRGINIA PULLEN EIGHTH GRADE Lorraine Bellwood, Milzi Tomlinson, Dean Jolly, Earl Slipner, Arlie May Orlon, Howard Wyall Harold Souris, Vera Sedillo, Daniel Villeqomez, Willie Mae Orlon, Oren Simmons, Winifred Cox PATRICIA KELLEY TOMMY MARTIN MARY HILBISH DEXTER THOMAS VERA SEDILLO EDWARD ROSS PHYLLIS OVERSON JAMES MAGANA FIFI MEDINA JERRY GIBSON DONNA COMPTON TINO MELENDEZ JEAN HUFE JACK JUNE REBECCA AGINIGA FORREST HULLS CARMEN RAMIRIZ FREDDY CLAYTON KATHERINE MATHEWS LANGFORD BAYS BILLY SCOTT BOB SANDERS TERESA JUAREZ BERNARD JACKSON MARY JO MATHEWS MARVIN DWIGGINS JEANINE CARLSON TONY TRILLO JUANITA OUEZADA BILLY HICKEY YRINEO VERGARA ROBERT PEARSALL LORA CHIAPPETTI MACK CHRISTY OMA BENNETT 10", K SEVENTH GRADE KENNETI-I I-IARKEY AGNES CI-IAVEZ PETE IVIORADO JOAN HILL SI-IELDON ALBRECIAIT CECELIA IVIUNOZ TED KNUCKEY ELDEMIRA PORTILLO ALBERT CARLSON ELAINE OREER MAX I-IARIVION FRANCES MASON JOE CI-IAVEZ IVIARJORIE OODWIN H TONY TACI-IIAS ELVIRA I-IERRERA LOUIS SANCI-IEZ WILMA ROBERSON JUNIOR TAEOYA LORRAINE KAVATI-IAS Tom Solro, AnIonIo Magatna, I-Ie-nry I-IamIcIn5, Dork LamqaIoI1, Thomas, Byrom, EsI'Iwer Munoz. Leonardo Vega, James Bradshaw, June Brown Bobby Baca, I-IavrIeI Deaver, BIIIy Baker. I9 .,--Mi Nellie Garcia, Paul Hernandez, Melloa Jo Adams, Henry Slialler, Golda Jean Todd, Rulon Karlclmer, Joe Correz, Helen Raborq, Neil Dubeau, Lela Rose Endicoll, David Greer, Asuncion Marfiffiez. SEVENTH GRADE GILBERT SECI-IRIST SHIRLEY SAUER JIMMY WRIGHT IRENE VASOUEZ ROLAND ANDERSON LORETTA SEDILLO LUCIO VILLALPANDO MARJORIE WAREIELD WILLIE NAVARRO MAGDALENE Y'BARRA ' GEORGE MOODY REBECCA LUEVANO LOWELL PAGE LORETTA OLSON DICK TILLMAN RAMONA OSTEREIELD MIGUEL MORALES CHARLOTTE WEBBER EDDIE VALDEZ MARY SANCI-IEZ as f E f an , A fi - . ,,. ',,, r- -' - . A I.. 5 A 1 A X -.,, Ki .. " Q K 4 E in 1 We wil' E ss an in "'-n Ralph Goilia, Edna l-layes, Billy Goble, Evelyn Van Dyne, Lesfa Piper, Allen MCV-ey, Ramona Moser. Beverly Wensel, Claire Barker, Jean Tomlinson, Tony Vigil, Joe Marlinez, Evelyn l-lines, Allred Alverale. John Aldere+e, Tillie Baca, Danny Mosley, Caroline Valdivia, Sofia Gallegos, l-larry Van Courl, An- qeliia l-lernandez. Mary Lou Be++s, Tommy Adams, Pauline l-larr, Joe Marlinez, Leola Gore, Kennelh Pearsall, Tommy Perea. l-lenry Rocha, Reva Loll, John l-ligdern, Danny Slaylon, Sybil Marlin, Gilberl' Marlinez, Addie Morse. Palsy Pinlqslon Franklin Yorlc Celia Maqana Claud Black GAP TRADING POST COPPER MINE TRADING POST J. P. OFARRELI. NAVAJO JEWELRY AND RUGS COFFEE SHOP CABINS SERVICE STATION COl'YIpIIITIefTI'S of PURE FOOD BILLIARD PIARLOR Besf Tables In Town The Sen'or Class and Ihe FI g K E I T H is sIaII I-Iighl School wishes Io Ex FQUNTAIN SERVICE press I+'s Apprecialion Io all Ad verI'isers who have made 'rhis Book AND LUNCI-IES possible' CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OE '43 Complimenfs of TAYLOR'S JOE'S PLACE MARKET THE FLAGS TAFF PHARMACY HELENA RUBINSTEIN . LENTHERIC PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES KI Y0u'll Like Us" BLEDSOE'S-MEN'S SHOP STYLE and QUALITY Flc:gs+af'f, Arizona WILSON - COFFIN Complimenfs of CRESS BROS. PLUMBING - HEATING T'N"""'G CLEANERS - TAILORS Phones 108-II8 - Flags+aff,Ariz. Complimen+s of ARIZONA CONTRACTORS NAVAJO ORDNANCE DEPOT Phoenix, Arizona YOUR PART I+ is your cIu'I'y +o yourself and your coun+ry +o buy wisely. We carry a compIe+e line of na+ionaIIy adver- +ised produc+s . . . Put the difference saved in War Bonds and Stamps. CBM HCLSUM COFFEE SHOP Complimenfs of Where Quality Has No Substitute Flagslafl, Arizona Meiddock Truck Lines - Over-Night Service Every Room Wzth a Bath Los Angeles to Flagstaff Hotel Cottages Phone I52 - I'Iugl1FuIler, Mgr. JOS. J. WALDHAUS - GARAGE STUDEBAKER CARS ond TRUCKS SALES AND SERVICE UNION OIL DISTRIBUTOR Slove and Furnace Oil 202 Easi San+a Fe Ave. Phone-55-ISI RUSSELL CHEVES BUTANE SERVICE INC. BUTANE GAS - - GENERAL PLUMBING Sales and Service PHONE 745 Ligh+ning Delivery Co. BAGGAG-E TRANSFER STOCK HAULING HEAVY HAULING EL PATIO CAFE WHEN YOU EAT HERE YOU FEEL AT HOME FLAG-STAFF, ARIZONA WEBBER BROS. STANDARD PRODUCTS Congrafuiafions Doc Williams Indian Store IO6 Easf Sanfa Ee FLAGSTAFF. ARIZONA LEGIONNAIRE INN Famous for Hs Spanish Food and S+eaks A Homelike Place "Not The Biggest, But the Best" MRS. FRANK SANCHEZ 322 S. Leroux TEXA CO Everywhere J. L. SHARBER Disfribufer SWlTZER'S HARDWARE HARDWARE - SPORTING GOODS PAINTS - OILS - VARNISHES Phone 94 TRY SW1TZER'S Complimenfs of HUFIFER'S SHELL SERVICE Complimenfs of MASTER CLEAN ERS Congrafulafions Class of '43 FLAGSTAFF LUMBER CO. Phone 6 TH E ECONOMY STORE "Where Your Dollao' Goes Farther" Complimenfs of C. M. MARSHALL BARBER SHOP E. D. BABBITT Your cor represents your country- It is your duty to . . . "Keep 'em Rolling" EXPERT REPAIRING USED CARS Overmfght Storage STANDARD DRUG CO. LOWEST DRUG PRICES IN NORTHERN ARIZONA Pe-scripjrion PI1armacIs+s - - I4 N S F . an rancis Compliments of SEARS, ROEBUCK G CO. lO5 North Leroux St. FLAGSTAFF - - ARIZONA Glen Longley's FLAGSTAFF BARBER SHOP STEAM and LAUNDRY BEAUTY PARLQR and PERMANENT wfxvmo DRY CLEANING Phone ne, Phone I84 SAUER 81 HUTCHISON COMMERCIAL HOTEL Sl .OO-Rate-S350 COMPLETE HIGHWAY 66 FOOD MARKET Opposite Depot A Owned ancl Operated by "We Keep Prices RlORDAN'S, INCORPORATED DOWN jk FLAGSTAFF CHESHIRE MOTORS Home Owned and Operated BUlCK ' CHEVROLET Plwone II9 Compliments of KNOLES' PEERLESS BAKERY 7 Eost Aspen Avenue AUTREY BROTHERS DENVER, COLO. ENGRAVERS JEWELRY ANNOUNCEMENTS - CAPS AND GOWNS T. E. McCULLOUGH BROWNIE CLEANERS FLAGSTAFFS EXCLUSIVE Phone I7I INSURANCE AGENCY CLEANING - PRESSING Life and General Inswwmce ALTERI NG - Bonds - Compliments of ATKINSON KIER NAVAJO ORDNANCE DEPOT SAGINAW 8: MANISTEE LUMBER COMPANY ARIZONA SOFT PINE Lumber-Timber-Box Shocks and La+h FLAGSTAFF JAMES BOOK AND GIFT SHOP "Gifts of Quality" AFTER I7 YEARS Fuss for us and us for IN IZLAGSTAFI: When not on the Sldelwes Our only aim still is to keep yo I PAINT SIGNS present car going. N xt to the Orpheum-Phone 457 Double Circle GOVCIQG KERLEY TRADING POST General Merchandise Navaio Rugs - Indian Jewelry TUBA CITY, ARIZONA You're Always Welcome At GREYHOUND INTERSTATE RESTAURANT Y FOUNTAIN SERVICE - SHORT ORDERS - DINNERS I22 E. Sanfa Fe Ave. - Flagsfaff, Arizona CONGRATULATIONS AND THANKS P Q o U R A 1 L ' II If I T S CLASS OF I943 CongraIuIaIIons CIGSS OI '43 Complimenfs Io Ihe FRANK's PLACE CIN of A43 if HOTEL 8 Nor+In San Francisco Phone I98 WE ARE IN BUSINESS EOR YOUR I-IEALTI-I AND GOOD LOOKS Pnouese 7,46 mgmjm ruxosrnrr ALWAYS AN "EAC5LE'I BOOSTER WHEN IN CLARKDALE EAT AT KlNG'S CAFE FRANK BENNETT GAS - - OIL FEED AND FUEL You won't be wrong if you Eat at THE BLACK CAT CAFE F I N E ' S READY-TO-WEAR Always Something Finer if I5 N. San Francisco ST. Phone IO6 A TINNIN'S BARBER and SPORTING GOODS SI-IOP I2 NOTTIT Leroux ISHAM-SPENCER INSURANCE AGENCY 'A' All Kinds of Insurance Including Life and Bonds J. C. PENNEY CO., INC. DEPARTMENT STORE ARIZONA HOTEL Phoenix, Arizona MODERATE RATES GEORGE H. MYERS, Man-ager SIudenIs Always Welcome NAVAJO - HOPI TRADING CO. CompIImenIs of VAN DEVI ER LODGE B R O W N ' S CREDIT JEWELERS EIags+aII - Presco+I DIAMONDS AND WATCHES FINE WATCH REPAIRINC5 "A little down is phone 229 enough for Brown" I. . EYES I G HT 4,To I5 PRECIOUS Ufefime PROTECT THEM WITH Modern-Efficient I. E. S. L A M P S FLAGSTAFF ELECTRIC LIGHT CO. J. A. UTLEY CCDNSTRUCTION CGMPANY Compliments of JACK LEE ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT - ARCHERY TACKLE SKIS-SKI SUPPLIES MODEL PLANES AND MODEL SUPPLIES E. Santa Fe ----- Phone IO9 Congraiulaiions, CIass of '43 AMERICAN STEAM LAUNDRY PI-IONE 82 Best Wishes to the Class of '43 h Harper Furniture COmp"menIS of C W. E. CAFFEY Ompally Everything foo' the Home" Mobile Gas Fuller Paints - They Last AFTER THE WAR aytag Washers, Zenith Radios Complete Shoe Service Westinghouse, General Electric Ranges SAVAGE SHOE SHOP FURNITURE YOU LIKE AT I8 N. Leroux SI. PRICES YOU LIKE TO PAY Keep Up The Home Front FLAGSTAFF FURNITURE COMPANY CARSON STUDIO Portraits That Please - Everything In Films Arizona Scenes Tinted Tv'-ue to Nature Phone 62 - l5 East Aspen Compliments of Monte Vista Barber Shop FIRST CLASS Sl-llNES OPEN ALL HOURS DAY AND NIGHT B Cr M COFFEE SHOP Compliments of FLAGSTAFF AUTO SUPPLY Riordans Incorporated Tel. 46 - Russell E. Sweitzer, Agt. Complete Insurance Service Fire-Automobile-Casualty Commercial D. D. BOOTERY Flagstoff's Exclusive Shoe Store V Something New Each Daly Compliments of E T T E R S For the Best Hamburgers In Town Go To MONTE CARLO CAFE IO N. San Francisco St. L L 0 Y D 'S Ben Franklin Store E've'ryth,ing in School Supplies" A Home Owned Store SPROUSE-REITZ CO. 5 - lO - l5 Cent Stores ff? 8 East Santa Pe Ave. 6-IO East Aspen THE FOREST ALSO FIGHTS OnLor1d AtSeo lr1theAir On the Supply Line In Training In Industry Name any phase of the mafr - the7'e you will find WOOD playing its vital role. We are proud to be al part in this great i1Qdust1'y. SOUTHWEST LUMBER MILLS INC FLAGSTAFF AND MCNARY, Amzom. l'1eF THIS SPACE DEDICATED ollowmg Profess1OnaI Men Who Help Make Thus Book P bl M. O. FRONSKE O. w. SEOHRIST A. cs. PILCHER WILSON, COMPTON a WILSON H. O. McQUATTERS E. A. ANDERSON F. M. GOLD Compiiments of "Always flu' Hex!" V iiiUIJEU'DHU WINSLOW, ARIZ. 9V2 E. Aspen Ave Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Graduation Class PETERSON, BROOKE, STEINER 81 WIST When in Holbrook Eot ot REE'S CAFE GRAY MOUNTAIN TRADING POST FAMOUS FOR econ P000 Distinctive Jewelry ot TOWNSEND JEWELRY HAMILTON WATCHES - WATCH REPAIRING ENGRAVING All Work Guaranteed - 7 N. Leroux THIS SPACE DEDICATED To llwe Following Civic Clubs KIWANIS CLUB 20-30 CLUB E N G R A V I N G FOR I943 KINLANI DONE BY LOS ANGELES ENGRAVING CO. x I F KINLANI THIS ANNUAL WAS PRINTED AND BOUND BY THE Coconino Sun FLAGSTAFF - - ARIZONA COVER BY BABCOCK L' ..,. J ,I,. , Luft..-.',:7lE',I'5,' . bi M ' ffiillgg, FQ. 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