Flagstaff High School - Kinlani Yearbook (Flagstaff, AZ)
- Class of 1947
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all, we thought you would like to
have him guide you through your
Kinlani this year. We glady intro-
duce to you Butch the Eagle.
As you look through your 1947 Kinloni now, it is o review of
the events ond offoirs ofthe closing school yeor. It is now only o
hoppy reminder of the post nine months spent ot Flogstott High
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your memory, o book wherein you con recoll the happy doys ot
Flogstoff High, its purpose hos been accomplished.
TABILIE OIF CONTENTS
ADMINISTRATION - 5 Gm? moe amy:-yei Your
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CLASS WILL - - - 15 Ywf Qwqitf 'MO If M I
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In sincere appreciation and gratitude for all the many things
he has done - both for our class and school and for all the
schools in Flagstaff - for being such a-grand friend to all, and
for being such a firm supporter in all our sports and other
activities, the senior class dedicates to Doctor Charles W. Sechrist
this l947 Kinlani.
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OHIO NORTHERN UNIVERSITY, B.S.
CHICAGO UNIVERSITY, PI'I.B.
STANFORD UNIVERSITY, A.M.
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KALAIIIIAZOQ. COLLEGE, A.B.
UNIVERSITY OF NECHIGAN, M A
MATHEMATICS ND SCIENCE
BOARD OIF EDUCATION
J. C. DOLAN C. W. SECI-IRIST I-I. C. MCQUATTERS
Member Presidenf SecreIary
R. W. WHEELER
Colorado State College
Education, A.B., M.A.
OLIVE A. McNERNEY
Cornell University, A.B.
I'I. W. IVIICKE
Colorado State College
Education, A.B., M.A.
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Trinity Uni er ty, A.B.
A.S.C., Fla Q' aff, M.A.
English and Dramatics
J. S. AILLEN
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RS. J U N E
A.S.C., aff, A.B
BERTI-IA MAY WHITE
University of Redlands, A.B.
Scarritt College, M.A.
Health and Physical Education
A.S.C., Flagstaff, A.B., M.A
English and Journalism
Su pervisor of Art
A.S.C., Flagstaff, A.B.
Supervisor of Music
X I A.S.C., Fiqgsmff, AB
f X Ui U.S.C., Los Angeles,
If B.S. in L.S.
FIDEL G. BACA
A.S.C., Flogsfuff, A.B MA
A.S.C., Tempe, B.C.
English and History
Pl-lYLLlS OVERSON NINA GERMAN BILL TlSSAW
Secretary-Treasurer President Vice-President
On a morning in September, l943, we seniors gathered to
begin a four year journey through high -school. We have over-
come the trials of our high school days and are now looking
forward with eager anticipation to what the future may bring.
We go forward with full confidence in our ability to conquer
any problem that may arise in order to make this country and
the world better places in which to live.
We wish to extend grateful thanks to our sponsors, Mr. C. J.
Brooksby and Miss Olive McNerney, who have devoted their time
and effort in making this year a true success.
We will always look back on the fun we have had and the
learning we have gained a-s the things which have made up four
of the happiest years of our lives.
Class President 4, Constitution Commit-
tee 4, Assembly Committee 4, Dramotics
3, 4, "Bond Between" 3, Student direct-
ed "Stoney's Brides" 4, "The Girl With
Two Faces" 4, Hiking Club 3, 4, Com-
mercial Club 4, National Honor Socie-
ty 4, Drum and Bugle Corps 3, 4, Intra-
murals l, 2, 3, 4, Green 81 Brown 4,
Carnival 2, 3, Circus 4, Office Orderley
3, Point Award 3, 4, Class Play 4.
Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4,
Intramurals l, 2, Track 3, Basketball 2,
3, 4, Football l, 2, 3, 4.
Student Body Secretary 4, Point Award
Committee 4, Assembly Committee 4,
Council Convention 4, Kinlani business
manager 4, Dramatics 2, 4, Class play
3, Red Cross l, Ski Club 3, 4, Secretary
4, National Honor Society 4, Vice-pres-
iclent 4, Science Club 4, New Spanish
Club 4, President 4, Girl's Hiking Club
3, 4, Vice-president 4, Music Club l, 2,
4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3,
4, Girl's Glee Club i, 3, 4, Music Fes-
tival l, 3, 4, Accompanist 3, 4, String
Ensemble 3, Orchestra 3, 4, Clarinet
quartette l, 2, 3, 4, "Chonita" 2, Car-
nival 2, 3, Circus 4, Point Award 3, 4,
Junior Prom queen attendant 4, Class
Class Vice-president 3, Dramatics 2, 3,
"Be Home By Midnight" 3, Class play 3,
Science Club 3, Lettermen's Club 3, 4,
Chess Club l, Intramurals l, 4, Football
Manager 2, 3, Basketball'2, 3, Circus
4, Class play 4.
Home room officer l, Dramatics 2, 3,
4, Christmas Tableau l, 2, 4, Christmas
play l, Ski Club 4, Commercial Club 4,
Secretary 4, Red Cross l, Drum St Bugle
Corps l, 3, 4, Glee Club l, Girls Choir
l, Band l, Music Festival l, 2, intra-
murals l, 2, 4, Carnival 2, 3, Circus
4, Student physical education teacher 2,
Class play 4.
Desha High School l, 2, Intramurals
North Phoenix High School l, 2, Letter-
man 4, Basketball 3, 4, Carnival 3,
Tennis Singles Winner 4.
El Aguila Club l, 4, Home Economics
Club 4, Red Cross l, Carnival 3,
Ashland High School, Wisconsin l, 2,
Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Kinlani Art Editor
4, Letterman 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Cap-
tain 4, Carnival 3, Circus 4.
El Aguila Club l, 3, 4, Secretary-treas-
urer 4, Home Economics Club 3, 4,
President 4, Red Cross l, Circus 4.
Home room president 2, Dramatics 2,
3, 4, "Be Home by Midnight" 3,
"Stoney's Brides" 4, "Softhearted
Ghost" 3, Ski Club l, 3, 4, President 3,
Chess Club 2, 3, Vice-president 3, Band
l, 2, 3, 4, Choir 3, 4, Swing band 3,
Vocal Soloist 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Brass
ensemble l, 4, Boys Choir 3, 4, Male
Quartette 3, 4, Music Festival 2, 3, 4,
Brass Choir i, 2, 4, Horn Solo 4, Music
Club l, 2, Football l, Basketball 3, Ski
team 3, 4, Ski letterman 3, Track 3,
lntrarnurals l, 2, 3, Christmas play 2,
Scottsdale High School l, 2, Class Play
3, Girls' Hiking Club 3, 4, Secretary-
treasurer 4, Science Club 3, 4, National
Honor Society 4, Conversational Spanish
Club 4, Red Cross 4, Band 3, 4, Girls
Glee Club 3, 4, Choir 3, 4, Orchestra
3, 4, String Ensemble 3, Music Festival
3, 4, Intramurals 3, 4, Circus 4.
Student Body President 4, Class Secre-
tary-treasurer I, Class President 3,
Traditions Committee 3, Point Award
Committee 4, Student Body Convention
4, Dramatics 2, 3, Secretary-treasurer 3,
Class Play 3, Lettermen's Club 3, 4,
Chess Club I, Red Cross I, National
Athletic Honor Society 4, Band I, 2, 3,
Music Festival 2, 3, Brass Ensemble I,
Orchestra 3, "Chonita" 2, "Trial by
Jury" 2, Letterman 3, 4, Football I, 2,
3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, Tennis I, Intra-
murals I, 4, Christmas Program 2, Juni-
or Prom king's attendant 4, Point
Home Room play 2, Chess Club I, 2,
Red Cross 2, Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4.
Class President 2, Class Secretary-
treasurer 3, Point Award Committee 3,
Dramatics 2, 3, Chess Club I, Red
Dramatics 2, 3, 4, Vice-president 4,
"Frank 81 Erna" 3, Student-directed
"Soft-hearted Ghost" 3, Home Economics
Club I, 2, 3, Red Cross I, 2, 3, Art
Club I, Letterwomen's Club 2, 3, 4,
Drum 81 Bugle Corps 2, 3, 4, Glee Club
2, 3, 4, Girls Choir I, 2, "Chonita" 2,
Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Home Room Skit
2, Green 81 Brown Staff 4, Assistant
Dromatics 2, 3, Intramurals l, 2, 4,
Green 81 Brown Stall 3, 4.
Dramatics 3 ,4, "Stoney's Brides" 4,
"The Girl With Two Faces" 4, Student-
directed Radio Play 4, Home Room Skit
I, Commercial Club 4, Vice-president 4,
Red Cross I, 2, Green SL Brown Staff 3,
4, Christmas Tableau 4, Intramurals I,
2, 3, 4.
Student Body Treasurer 3, Home Room
Vice-President 4, Kinlani Editor 4, Dra-
matics 2, 3, 4, President 3, 4, "A Sol-
dier tor Susie" 2, "Frank 8g Erna" 3,
Student-directed "Frank 81 Erna" 3,
"The Girl With Two Faces" 4, "Nine
Girls" 2, Student directed "The Girl
With Two Faces" 4, "Sweet Sixteen" 4,
Class play 3, Commercial Club 4, Pres-
ident 4, Hiking Club 3, Ski Club 3, 4,
Letterwomen's Club I, 2, 3, 4, National
Honor Society 3, 4, Drum St Bugle
Corps I, 3, 4, Head Maiorette 4, "Cho-
nita" 2, Glee Club I, Girls Chorus I,
Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Ski letter 3,
Christmas Tableau 2, Junior Prom
queen's attendant 4, Point Award Com-
mittee 3, Carnival 2, 3, Circus 4, Point
award 3, 4.
Chess Club 2, Intramurals 3.
Home Room President I, Ottice Orderly
3, Dramatics 3, 4, Class Play 3, Stu-
dent-alirected "Sweet Sixteen" 4, "Bond
Between" 3, Assistant Director ot Junior
High Dramatics 4, "Tl-ie Girl With Two
Faces" 4, Drum 81 Bugle Corps 3, 4,
Green 8g Brown Staff 4, Intramurals I,
2, Carnival 2, 3, Circus 4.
Class President I, Class Vice-president
4, Dramatics I, 2, 3, 4, "Sweet Six-
teen" 4, Ski Club 3, 4, Lettermen's Club
4, Chess Club 2, Home Economics Club
2, Band I, Glee Club I, Intramurals I,
2, 4, Captain I, Football I, 2, 3, 4,
Basketball 2, 3, Track 3, Letterman 4,
Ski Letterman 3, Circus 4, Junior Prom
King's Attendant 4.
BARBARA JEAN CONRAD
Julian Union High School, California I,
2, 3, Orchestra 4, Circus 4, Junior Prom
Queen's Attendant 4.
Home Room Representative 2, Letter-
men's Club 3, 4, President 4, Intramur-
als I, Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3,
4, National Athletic Honor Society 3, 4,
Tucson High School I, Ski Club 3, 4,
Stage Manager 3, 4.
Winslow High School I, 2, 3. Camera
Club 4, Home Economics Club 4, Cir-
Dramatics I, 2, 3, Class Play 3, Christ-
mas Play 2, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club
2, Brass Choir I, 2, Music Festival 2, 4,
"Choni1a" 2, Brass Quartette 4, Accom-
panist 4, Orchestra 4, Piano Soloist 4,
Music Club 2, 4, Chess Club I, Council
Representative I, Intramurals I, Circus
4, Class Play 4.
Home Room Social Manager 4, Drama-
tics 3, 4, "Sweet Sixteen" 4, "The Girl
With Two Faces" 4, Letterwomen's Club
I, 2, 3, 4, Commercial Club 4, Red
Cross I, 2,, Drum 8. Bugle Corps 3, 4,
Drum Lieutenant 4, Green 8g Brown
Staff 3, 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4,
Christmas Tableau 4, Carnival 2, 3,
Glendale High School I, 2, National
Athletic Honor Society 3, 4, Lettermen's
Club 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4,
Letterman 3, 4, Point Award 3, 4.
Citrus Union High School, Azusa, Cali-
fornia I, 2, Christmas Tableau 4, Green
81 Brown 4.
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Student Body Social Manager 3, 4,
Class Secretary 2, Yell Leader 2, Assem-
bly Committee 3, 4, Social Committee 2,
3, 4, Chairman 3, 4, Council Convention
4, Dramatics 3, 4, "Frank 8K Emo" 3,
Student-directed "Be Home by Mid-
night" 3, "The Girl With Two Faces" 4,
Class Play 3, National Honor Society 3,
4, Ski Club 4, Drum 81 Bugle Corps I,
3, 4, Letterwomen's Club I, 2, 3, 4,
"Chonita" 2, Music Festival 2, Intramur-
als I, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Tobleau 2,
Green 81 Brown Staff 3, Oratorical Con-
test 4, Carnival 2, 3, Circus 4, Point
Award 3, 4, Junior Prom Queen 4.
Memphis, Missouri I, 2, 3, Choir 4,
Green 81 Brown Stott 4.
Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Sci-
ence Club 3, 4, Secretary-treasurer 4,
National Honor Society 4, Secretary-
treasurer 4, Girls Hiking Club I, 3, 4,
President 4, Conversational Spanish
Club 4, Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, Music
Festival I, 3, 4, "Chonita" 2, Girls
Chorus I, 3, 4, Class Play Property
Manager 3, Substitute Physical Educa-
tion Teacher 2, Carnival 2, 3, Circus 4,
Class Play 4.
Intramural Basketball I, 2, 4, Captain
I, 2, Football 3, Art Club I.
Carlsbad High School, New Mexico I,
Green 81 Brown Staff 3, Commercial
Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4, El Aguila Club
I, 3, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 4,
Swing Band 2, 3, Brass Choir I, 2, 4,
Trumpet Trio 4, Orchestra 3, Intramur-
als I, 2, 3, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Captain
4, North-South Football Game 4, Letter-
man 2, 3, 4.
Bellarmine Preparatory School 3, Dra-
matics 2, Ski Club I, 2, 4, Commercial
Club 4, Intramurals I, Football I, 4,
Letterman 4, Lettermen's Club 4.
I-lame Room Secretary 4, Dramatics 3,
4, Student-directed "Sweet Sixteen" 4,
"The Girl With Two Faces" 4, Hiking
Club 3, 4, Letterwomen's Club I, 2, 3,
4, Commercial Club 4, Drum Br Bugle
Corps I, 3, 4, "Chonita" 2, Green 8g
Brown Staff 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4,
Office Orclerly I, 2, 3, Christmas
Tableau 4, Carnival 2, 3, Circus 4.
Kinlani Photographer I, 2, 3, 4, Dra-
matics Club 2, "Frank 81 Erna" 3,
Camera Club 3, 4, Science Club 3, 4,
President 3, 4, National Honor Society
4, Intramural Basketball l.
Woodlawn High School, Birmingham,
Alabama, l, 2, Yuma Union High
School 3, Home Economics Club 4, Song-
leader 4, Talk for American Education
Week 4, Circus 4,
Beniamin Franklin High School, Los An-
geles, California I, 2, 3, Flagstaff High
Litchfield Park High School I, Home
Room President 4, Office Orderly 4,
Dramatics 2, 3, 4, "Be Home by Mid-
night" 3, Student-directed "Stoney's
Brides" 4, Hiking Club 4, Green 81
Brown Staff 4, Drum 81 Bugle Corps 3,
4, Student Physical Education Teacher 2,
Oratoricol Contest 4, Circus 4, Point
Award 4, lntrumurals 3, Assistant Li-
brarian 3, Commercial Club 4.
NELDA DRYE RUDDICK
Durango Junior High, Colorado I, Home
Economics Club 3, 4, Red Cross 2, 3, 4,
Intramurals 2, 3, 4.
l.ettermen's Club 3, 4, Chess Club lf
National Athletic Honor Society 3, 4,
Class Play 3, Bancl I, 2, 3, 4, Football
I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, Intramurals
I, 4, Carnival 3, Circus 4.
Class Secretary-treasurer 4, Council
Representative 2, Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4,
Vice-president 4, Hiking Club 2, 3, Sci-
ence Club 3, 4, Secretary-treasurer 3,
Vice-president 4, National Honor Socie-
ty 3, 4, President 4, Glee Club 2, 3,
Girls Chorus 3, "Chonita" 2, Music
Festival 3, Intramurals 3, Chess Club
2, Class Play 3, Carnival Queen Candi-
date 3, Assistant Librarian 4, Substitute
Physical Education Teacher 2. Carni-
val 2, 3.
Ski Club 2, Red Cross I, 2, Class Play
4, Intramurals I, 2, 4, Football I, 2.
Commercial Club 4, Dramatics Club 3,
4, Drum Corps 4.
Dramatics 2, 3, 4, "Frank 8- Emo" 3,
Class Play 3, "Sweet Sixteen" 4, Ski
Club 3, 4, Red Cross I, Green 81 Brown
3, Education Week Program 3.
Oak Ridge High School, Oak Ridge,
Tennessee 2, Milan High School, Milan,
Tennessee 3, Intramurals I, Chess Club
I, Conversational Spanish Club 4.
Lincoln Park High School, Detroit, Mich-
igan I, 3, Home Economics Club 4,
Social Manager 4, Christmas Tableau 2,
Glee Club 2, "Chonifa" 2.
Dramatics 3, 4, "Soft-hearted Ghost" 3,
Home Room Skits i, Archery Club 2,
Art Club 2, Camera Club 3, 4, Chess
Club I, 2, 3, Commercial Club 4, Drum
8. Bugle Corps 3, Choir I, 4.
El Aguila Club I, 3, 4, Home Economics
Club 4, Secretary 4, Letterwomen's Club
3, 4, Glee Club I, Circus 4.
Medical Lake High School, Washington
I, 2, Foster High School, Seattle, Wash--
Dramatics 2, 3, 4, "Soft-hearted
Ghost" 3, Home Economics Club 4, Red
Cross I, 2, Band I, Choir I, Circus 4.
Jerome High School I, 2, 3, Band 4.
Phoenix Union High School 3, Intra-
Dramatics Club I, 2, 3, Commercial
Club 4, Drum 81 Bugle Corps I, 3, 4,
Green 8K Brown Staff 4, Intramurals 2,
Library Assistant 4, Class Play 4.
PI-IOEBE GREEN BEAVERS
Married and living at Clark Homes,
LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
From the out-going seniors 'lo the in-coming seniors.
I, Josephine Thompson, will my
calm attitude toward life to Jackie
l, Barbara Conrad, will my 5'2"
charm to Mitzi Ellsworth, who already
has the size, '
l, Charles Ewing, will my ability in
football to Raph Goitia.
l, Phyllis Overson, will my ability to
decide on one man to Ramona Oster-
l, Bly Denham, will my casanova
personality and my pipe to Eugene
l, Edith Allen, will my hiking endur-
ance to my sister, Juanita.
l, James Vandevier, will my ability
to stay out of trouble to Roland Ander-
l, Elmer Hubbard, will my ability to
close only one eye at a time upon
seeing a girl to Charles Corey.
I, Ken Webber, will my dancing
ability to the junior boys.
l, Elizabeth Hoffman, will my place
in all phases of school life to Betty Sim-
l, Billie Pratt, will my quiet manner
to Lorraine Kavathas. lWhatl Again?i
I, Bill Tissaw, will the physique that
goes withmy height to John Whipp.
l, Bill l-lubbard, will my out-look on
life to Carol Douglass, who takes it so
We, the "Kinlani" staff, will Betty
Roper to the proper boy in Yuma.
I, Kathryn Mathews, will my ath-
letic and twirling ability to Florence
l, Jean Huff, will my never-ending
energy to Chuck Knoles.
l, Lora Chiappetti, will my position
as head majorette to anyone who is
willing to work five years to get it.
l, Jeane l-lulsey, will my ability to
graduate from high school and into
married life at the same time to Cath-
I, Bill James, will my ability to in-
sult people and still have them like me
to Lyndella McLc1ws.
l, Frank Martinez, will my trump-
et's swoon-notes to Ken Pearsall.
l, Brian Chambers, will my skiing
ability to l-larvey Wright.
l, Bessie Thompson, will my ability
to go steady to Charlotte Webber as her
interests seem to be along that line.
I, Lillian Piper, leave my hefty right
arm to the junior girls for the purpose
l, Georgia Kavathas, will my "extra"
diamond ring to Sybil Martin until such
time as she has one of her own.
l, Bruce Berger, will "Butch" the
eagle to next year's art editor.
l, George Burns, leave my quiet
manner of getting what I want to Bill
Jakle. That goes for blondes too, Bill.
l, John Burns, will Winifre-d to any
junior who thinks he can get her.
l, Wayne Shields, will the darkroom
to Mr. Pullen so that. he too can have
peace, quiet, and hotdogs.
LAST I WVIULIL AND 'IFIESTAMIIENT
I, Dean Palmer, will my athletic
ability to Bob Knoles.
I, Lorraine Bellwood, will my mus-
ical ability to Tony Tachias.
I, Dick Leeds, will the junior "twins"
to anyone who can tell them apart in
I, Tony Nunez, will my curley hair
to Angel Martinez.
I, Edwin Potts, will my shy but sly
way with women to Gilbert Sechrist.
I, Mary Gloria Garrido, will my abil-
ity to roll my eyes to Harriet Deaver.
I, Art Dendy, will my ability to get
things said to Freeda Johnson in case
she should ever have to talk fast.
I, Mack Christy, will my retiring
manner to Dirck Rotty.
I, Genevieve Lobato, will my red-
rimmed harlequin glasses to Myrtle
I, Irma June Brown, will my high
heeled clogs to Mary Lou Betts.
I, Manuela Luna, will my quiet,
sophisticated manner to Lorretta
I, Alice Golsarry, will my long, con-
stantly curly hair to Beverly Wensel.
I, Frank Shafer, will my ability to
forge excuses to Harry Van Court, who
I, Donna Kincanon, will my jitter-
bugging ability to Mary Ann Wald-
I, Nevada Murphy, will my height
to Lesta Piper.
I, Ed Andrews, will my ability in
basketball to Tom Soto.
We, Florence Sass and Lucy Cha-
vira, will our title of Future Home-
makers of America to David Greer.
I, Daisy Womack, will my quiet, un-
assuming manner to Sophie Gallegos.
I, Virginia Pullen, will my ability to
concentrate on deep subjects to Jane
I, Nelda Ruddick, will my ability to
ae-t the man of my dreams to Irene
I, Forrest Hulls, will my long legs
and way with women to Kent Etter.
I, Phillip Wilson, will my Tennessee
license plates to Jack June. All you
have to do is find something to put
them on, Jack.
I, Gene Miller, will my ability to do
nothing to Elias Sandoval.
I, Art Fleming, will my navy fatigue
clothes to Bernerd Jackson, so that
next year's seniors won't miss them.
I, Tom Schermann, will the joys and
headaches of studentbody president to
I, Velma Loyd, will my giggle to
I, Joe Garcia, will my white sidewall
tires to any junior who can find a car
to put them on.
I, Nina German, will my ability to
get things done to next year's senior
class president. May he rest in peace.
I, Carl Guthrie, will Carol Flint con-
tinued success in mathematics.
I, Mary Hilbish, will my ability to
"dig up" stories to next year's "Green
and Brown" staff.
l went to the door on this fine morning in I957 and piclced up the newspapers that had iust been left
by the newsboy, Wayne Shields lll, Little Junior is a pretty good friend of mine as he has been delivering
papers since he was three and is always able to show me where my name, Nina German, is in the paper.
l-lis father, Wayne Shields II, had falcen over the Coconino Daily Sun years ago and now Jr. is worlcing for
Bessie Thompson, my friend and roommate, came in then and, after a hard day at the Coffee Shop.
which Bessie owns and operates with my assistance as special boolclceeper, we both settled down to read
the Coconino Daily Sun of l957.
l-lere are some of the items that came to our eyes as we scanned through the paper:
Flagstaff, Arizona COCONINO DAILY SUN Moy 29, 1957
TWO WELL KNOWN BUSINESS MEN DECLARED LOST
LOCAL WOMAN GIVES BIRTH
Mrs. Mary il-lilbishi Jones today gave
birth to three girls and three boys at the
Flagstaff City Hospital.
She has employed as nurses Mrs, Phyllis
iOversonl Cameron and Miss Billie Pratt,
to assist in caring for the six children.
HARRY JAMES DIES: MARTINEZ
TO TAKE OVER
Frankie Martinez has iust taken Harry
James' place as head of the well known
band. Mr. Martinez has added several of
his own players to the band.
Miss Lorraine Bellwood, at the piano,
Mr. Elmer Hubbard, drummer, Mr. Jimmy
Vandevier, saxophone: Mr. Tommy Scher-
mann, trombone, and Miss Alice Golsarry,
MISS BARBARA CONRAD PICKS
Several new models were chosen for the
Barbara Conrad Dress Shoppe yesterday
after several hours of judging. The most
important of these new models are Miss
Kathryn Mathews and Miss Daisy Womack.
Costumes used in the contest were de-
signed by Mrs. Jeane Hulsey and Miss
MISS CHIAPPETTI GIVEN GOOD
Miss Lora Chiappetti, famous celebrity
and secretary to the well known South
American plantation owner, Mr. Charles
Ewing, was called to Flagstaff several
weeks ago from Rio De .laniero to be
:worded the good relations medal because
of all she has done to better relations
between North and South America.
FIRE DESTROYS PART OF
FLAGSTAFF CITY PARK
The small fire left by the Woman's
Society after a picnic held in the park yes-
terday, proved to be disasterous. The Fire
Prevention Department, under the direction
of Mr. Forrest Hulls of the Forest Service,
saved the biggest part of the park.
The president of the society, Miss Lillian
Piper, made no statement.
BURNS REFRIGERATION INSTALLED
The well known Burns Brothers, John and
George, are opening a refrigeration shop
of their own in the near future. Open
house will be announced later to those
interested in all types of electrical appli-
0 BUSINESS MEN GIVEN UP AS LOST
Brian Chambers and Kenny Webber,
wealthy local business men have been de-
clared officially lost.
Their fiancees, Elizabeth Hoffman and
Donna Kincannon, have become fabously
wealthy overnight. They both plan, strange
as it seems, to leave immediately on a
iourney around the world.
HIKERS RESCUED BY PHILLIP WILSON
Two Flagstaff hikers, Edith Allen and
Virginia Pullen, were rescued yesterday by
Phillip Wilson after being lost in the Woody
mountain region for two days.
Both of these women are teachers in
FHS's athletic department.
Mr. Wilson is manager of the local
POTTS CONCERT SCHEDULED TONIGHT
The famous Edwin James Potts, concert
pianist, is appearing at Carnegie Hall to-
Mr. Potts is a former student of Flag-
staff High School and has made a name
for himself as a composer. Tune in on any
popular radio station to hear him.
PALMER APPOINTED OUTSTANDING
Dean L. Palmer, Flagstaff High School
graduate, was recently chosen to coach
the all-American line up for the'coming
Mr. Palmer was chosen, because of the
outstanding ability he has shown in this
type of work.
Coconino Daily Sun Page Two
THREE NEW TEACHERS ADDED
TO FHS FACULTY
Miss Manuela Luna, Mr. Bruce Berger
and Mr. Carl Guthrie were recently em-
ployed in FHS to teach.
Miss Luna will teach commercial studies,
Mr. Berger will be art director, and Mr.
Guthrie will instruct students in flying.
RARE DIME FOUND
While on duty at Babbitts, Miss Mary
Garrido, secretary to Mr. Bill Hubbard,
found a very rare dime. lts origin is not
known, but the dime is very valuable.
Miss Florence Sass, special collector of
rare coins, purchased the dime from Miss
HUFF WINS JITTERBUG CONTEST
AT THOMPSON LODGE
At the well known Oak Creek Lodge,
owned by Miss Josephine Thompson, Jean
Huff was awarded the cup as the most
outstanding iitterbug in Coconino County.
A party was held and the contest was
the main interest of the group.
FIRE CAUSED BY OIL STOVE
ln the out of town restaurant owned
and operated by Mr. Bill Peterson, an oil
stove explosion caused considerable dam-
The direct cause of the fire is not known
at the present.
Mr, Bly Denham returned to Phoenix aft-
er a week end visit in Flagstaff. Mr. Den-
ham ownes a grocery store in Phoenix and
does very well in the grocery business.
Mr. Denham was visiting Mr. Dick Leeds
of the Flagstaff Drugs, Inc.
Mr. Norman CGeneJ Miller, wealthy ranch
owner in Oak Creek Canyon, has return-
red there after purchasing several horses
Mr. Edward Andrews left for New York
today where he will begin his practice as
a lawyer. He was accompanied by his
wife and three children.
Mr. William fBilll James secured his pri-
vate pilot's license yesterday and will now
begin giving lessons at ASC to those inter-
ested in learning to fly.
Miss Genevieve Lobato was employed at
ASC several days ago to teach piano les-
sons. Miss Lobato has written several pop-
ular compositions with the help of Lucy
Chivera, her musician partner.
Miss Nevada Murphy left today for
Hollywood where she will start her career
in the movies as a dancer.
Mr. Mack Christy and Mr. Frank Shafer
have returned from Chicago with one of
the new i957 cars made of glass. They
are putting the car an display at their
Mrs. Betty lRoperl McGinnis left today
to ioin her husband in Chili where he
has been for the past five years. She will
travel by plane.
HOLLAND WINS FIGHT
Bob Holland, after winning his fifth con-
secutive fight last night, has decided to
make fighting his career.
His next opponent will be Mr. Ewie
Kewanwytewa, manager of the Flagstaff
RUDDICK INVENTS STEAM CARRIAGE
Mrs. Nelda lDryel Ruddick, mother of
four charming children, has helped lighten
her work considerably by inventing a baby
carriage that is run by steam. This carri-
age will soon be put on the market far
all lucky mothers to purchase.
ADMIRAL FLEMING HOME ON LEAVE
Admiral Arthur Fleming returned home
for a thirty day leave today. He has
been serving in the Navy for the past
eight years, but he plans to take up an-
other career as soon as his time in the
Navy has expired.
TISSAW'S LODGE TO REMAIN OPEN
The famous ski lodge owned and oper-
ated by Mr. Bill Tissaw will remain open
for the summer months from now on and,
as soon as the new swimming pool is com-
pleted, horseback riding and swimming
will be offered.
GARCIA DESIGNS SAFETY BRIDGE
Mr. Joe Garcia, well known electrical
engineer, today completed his drawing for
safely wiring a bridge with a new lighting
system. Mr. Garcia is to be highly con-
gratulated for his supreme work well done.
Miss Helen Kavathas, owner and opera-
tor af a chain of well known restaurants
here in Flagstaff announced today that she
has invented a special sauce for ham-
burgers which she has named "Kavatha
These are some ofthe items that met our eyes. Things like this have been going on every day for the
past ten years. These students who graduated in the class of '47 have gone out into the world and are
lust plain everyday citizens of America doing the iobs that have been clone by others before them.
Bessie and l were awfully tired after we had finished reading the paper so we solemnly went to bed
thinking of that day in I947 when we had parted from all of these fine friends.
BERNERD JACKSON RALPH GOITIA RAMONA OSTERFELD
Secretary-Treaurer President Vice-President
Three years ago one hundred fifteen of us came to Flagstaff
High to reach one goal, graduation. Although there are only sev-
enty-six of us left, our goal is well in sight. Now that we are near
that goal, we can more fully realize the importance of a com-
pleted high school education. We will devote our last year in
high school to the task of learning what is necessary for us to
know in order to be better citizens.
We wish to express our thanks to our sponsors and class
officers for their work in helping to make our junior play, skating
party, and junior prom the successes they were.
BETTY H EW ETT
MARY ANN WALDHAUS
ELLA MAE SEASTRUNK
LOR RAIN E KAVATHAS
HARRY VAN COURT
MARY LOU ISAACS
MICKIE LOU SCHMITT
MARY LOU BETTS
LOR ETTA PO RTI LLO
BETTY LEE ISAACS
DOROTHY STRICKLAND RAUL GARCIA SHIRLEY BOOKS
Vice-President President Secreta ry-Treasurer
Now that we, the sophomores, have reached the half-way
mark, we are looking forward to the honor of being upperclass-
Last year we took our punishment from the sophomores, but
this year we, in turn, won the victory of field day. Our dance, the
annual sophomore sport dance was held in October and was a
We wish to thank our class sponsors and officers for making
this such a success. As we go into our third year, we will try to be
a credit to Flagstaff High School.
PATTY SUE NEWSOME
PATTY ANN MEAD
ANNA MARIE SHAFER
MARY JOY FISHER
IVA MAE CRAWLEY
PHILLIP DE MIGUEL
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As freshmen, we have at last become a part of the high school.
We have shown our good sportsmanship during our initiation and
our willingness to co-operate and accept guidance from our
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BASKETBALL SEASON RECORD I946 I947
N. A. l. A. TOURNAMENT
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122 lbs. 5'2" 140 lbs. 5'8" 140 lbs. 5'7" 148 lbs. 5'9"
Sophomore Junior Senior Sophomore
BILL TISSAW, Capiain
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Susan Ma rfinez
Mary Ann Walclhaus
Boys' Second Team
Bill Tissaw, Elmer Hubbard.
Bill Jakle, Ken Webber,
Paul Hubbard ancl Marshall
Knoles were members of 'rhe
second Team. which won ihe
Miclgeley Trophy in This
year's Ski Carnival
Mary Ann Walclhaus, Carol
Flint lvlargarei' Babbiii.
Elizabeih Hoffman, Beverly
Wensel and Lora Chiap-
Boys' Firsl' Team
Silber? Sechris'l'. Dirclc Roify,
Harvey Wright Bob Knoles
and Brian Chambers.
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LORRAINE BELLWOOD WAYNE SHIELDS
Business Manager Photographer
Members of this year's "Kinlani" staff have spent a great deal
of work and worry in order to edit this book, but, at the end of
the year, as the final product is viewed in its completed form, the
effort seems well worth while.
Editing the "Kinlani" was handled differently this year. This
year most of the written material was gathered and written by
members of the journalism class. They were selected to do this
because they have learned how to search out and write up the
activities of the school.
lt was the editor's job to see that all material was correct and
that every phase of high school life was represented in pictures
and in writing.
The responsibility of the business manager was to secure
enough advertisements from Flagstaff businessmen to finance
the publication of this '.'Kinlani."
Wayne Shields, photographer, had the task of taking all the
pictures which appear in this year's "Kinlani."
This year marked fhe eighfh anniversary of fhe Flagsfaff High School sfudenf body governmenf.
which was organized for The purpose of giving fhe sfudenfs an opporfuniry fo experience +he
procedure in democracy and fhe basis of self-governmenf.
The sfudenf council has confribufed a greaf deal in malcing fhe year a success by faking an
acfive inferesf in all school acfivifies and problems. This would have all been in vain, however, if if
had noi been for fhe consfanf help of fhe aculfy sponsors, Wilfred Killip and Don Clarlc.
The poinf award sysfem was improved upon fhis year and has furfherecl inferesf in parficipafion
in acfivifies and has encouraged The sfudenfs fo mainfain a higher scholasfic sfanding.
For fhe firsf fime in fhe hisfory of our high school, an all-school circus was held. This was a
change from The previous carnival, and fhe circus proved fo be a greaf success.
Money falcen in from fhe circus was spenf for new band uniforms. council convenfion expenses,
iunior high loaskefball uniforms, an all-school sledding parfy, and an all-school slcafing parfy, all of
which were sponsored by fhis year's sfudenf council.
Assembly: Chairman, Elizaloefh Hoffman: Lorraine Bellwood and Nina German.
Social: Chairman, Elizabefh Hoffman: Lora Chiappeffi and Marshall Knoles.
Tradifions: Chairman, Bob Knoles: Senior members, Dick Leeds and Phyllis Oversonq Junior mem-
bers, Bill Jalcle and Mary Lou lsaacs: Sophomore members, Tony Gabaldon and Paf
Consiifufion: Chairman, Bob Knoles: Ralph Goifia, Nine German and Marjorie Wong.
Faculfy adviser, Don Clarlc.
Poinf Award: Tom Schermann, Lorraine Bellwood and Milfon Evans.
Faculfy sponsors, C. J. Broolcsby and D. E. Pullers.
ASSOCIATED STUDENT BODY OTFTFTICTERS
TOM SCHERMANN BOB KNOLES
President - - - TOM SCHERMANN
Tom was elected to this highest student body office. He carried on all council and associated student body
meetings cmd called special meetings. Tom discussed the problems of the school in the regular weekly
meetings and put forth new ideas and problems. He has done a good iob of carrying out his duties this
year and has proved very capable.
Vice-President - - - BOB KNOLES
Bob was elected to the office of vice-president of the student body. He handled all meetings of the
student council in the absence of Tom. As chairman of the traditions committee, he was in charge of the
freshman initiation and carried it out with a great deal of success.
Secretary - - - LORRAINE BELLWOOD
As secretary of the student body, Lorraine has attended all meetings and kept accurate minutes. She also
handled all correspondence for the student body and for the council. Because of her dependability, other
business matters were carried out successfully.
Treasurer - - - MILTON EVANS
Milton was elected to the office of treasurer of the student body. He was in charge of all money 'taken
in and given out for school purposes. Milton kept an accurate set of books and had them up to date in
order to give his financial reports.
Social Manager - - - ELIZABETH HOFFMAN
Elizabeth served for the second time in the office of student body social manager. She attended all
meetings of the council and made many reports on social events. Elizabeth was in charge of the entire
circus and handled it very efficiently. As chairman of the assembly and social committees, she presented
many interesting and entertaining assemblies to the students.
LORRAINE BELLWOOD MILTON EVANS ELIZABETH HOFFMAN
Secretary Treasurer Social Manager
DRUM AND TBUGTLTE CORPS
Under fhe sponsorship of Mr. James
Williams, fhe Drum and Bugle Corps was
very acfive fhis year. The purpose of fhe
Corps is fo encourage good sporfsmanship
and sfimulafe morale af all sporfs evenfs.
This year fhey have carried ouf fhis purpose
by performing af all foofloall games, faking
parf in The all-school circus, and parficipaf- 3 ,,
ing in acfivifies fo aid fhe band uniform
fund. ln February fhe Corps presenfecl ifs
annual formal dinner-dance, which was held
af The Monfe Visfa l-lofel.
MARY LOU ISAACS BETTY LEE ISAACS
Flagbearers were lva Crawley, Romona Osferfeld, Paffy Sweifzer and Georgia Kavafhas. Maior-
effes were Kafhryn Mafhews, maioreffe lieufenanfg Donna Kincannon, Beverly Wensel, Mary Ann
Waldhaus, Paf Marfin, Lyndella McLaws, Elizabefh Hoffman and Winifred Pearsall. Head maioreffe
was Lora Chiappeffi. Drummers were Mary Hilbish. drum capfain: Jean Huff, drum lieufenanf:
Rogene Ross, Lorraine Kavafhas. Shirley Boolcs, Joyce Coclcrell, Bessie Thompson, Daisy Womack,
Alice Golsarry, Nina German and Margie Babloiff. Buglers were Dorofhy Sfriclcland, bugle capfain:
Jackie Sykes, bugle lieufenanf: Belnfy Barnes, Connie l-luffer, Margaref l-lufchison, Efhel Godwin,
Mariorie Wong, Calla Mae Schrniff, Gloria Abboff, Paf Sfarr, Ann Ellis, Paffy Sue Newsome, Donna
Thompson, Edifh Walker, Rufh Ann Lewellen, Margie Pendley, Cafherine Van Courf, Maxine Crawley
and Carolee Elc.
Cheer leaders, Beffy Lee and Mary Lou Isaacs, lead all cheers af fhe foofloall and baslcefball games
and also 'raughf fhe sfudenfs new yells.
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"Green and Brown"
The publication of the "Green and
Brown" every two weeks is an event anti-
cipated and enioyed by the students of
Flagstaff High School during the school
year. The iournalism class is open to iuni-
ors and seniors only. The entire school
paper is written, edited and published by
the class. This year not only did the staff
publish the school paper but were respons-
ible for the collecting and writing up of
material which appears in this year's an-
The staff was under the sponsorship of
Mr. C. J. Brooksby and members were Kent
Etter, Ralph Goitia, Gene Miller, Jane
Chapman, Lora Chiappetti, Nina German,
Alice Golsarry, Mary Hilbish, Freda John-
son, Kathryn Mathews, Helen Kavathas,
Billie Pratt, Betty Simmons, Bessie Thomp-
son, Jean Huff, Josephine Thompson and
El Aguila Club
El Aguila Club, organized by the Span-
ish-speaking students of Flagstaff High
School to foster better understanding be-
tween the English and Spanish speaking
people of FHS in regard to their customs
and languages, has gone a long way to-
ward its goal. Even though the member-
ship is not large, the club has been active
this year. This year's social events included
a picnic and dance and the singing of
Christmas carols in Spanish. The club also
participated in the all-school circus.
Officers were Ralph Goitia, president,
Tony Nunez, vice-president, Lucy Chavira,
secretary-treasurer, and Margie Martinez
and Tony Tachias, social managers. Other
members were Elias Sandoval, Irene Vas-
quez, Loretta Portillo, Genevieve Lobato,
Manuela Luna, Elisa Rocha and Sophie
Gallegos. Miss Olive McNerney and Mr.
Fidel Baca were faculty sponsors.
National Honor Society
Each year the high school faculty elects
to the National Honor Society fifteen per
cent of the senior class and five per cent
of the iunior class.
In order to be eligible to this organiza-
tion, a student must meet the requirements
of character, service, leadership, and scho-
lastic ability set forth by the National Asso-
ciation of Secondary School Principals.
Seniors elected during their iunior year
were Phyllis Overson, Lora Chiappetti and
Elizabeth Hoffman. Seniors selected for
membership this year were Lorraine Bell-
wood, Edith Allen, and Virginia Pullen, and
iuniors selected this year were Bob Knoles,
Juanita Allen, Jackie Sykes and Harriet
Deaver, Wayne Shields and Nina German.
Officers were Phyllis Overson, president,
Virginia Pullen, vice-president, and Lor-
raine Bellwood, secretary-treasurer. Club
sponsor is Mr. R. W. Wheeler.
The club sponsored senior day, during
which the seniors taught all classes and
handled the offices of superintendent and
principal. Two N. H. S. members took the
national test for scholarships, and the club
as a whole sponsored the binding of this
year's "Green and Brown."
The Ski Club was re-organized this year
and took part in the following ski activ-
ities: Thunderbird Meet, Williams High
School Meet, State Meet, annual Ski Bowl
Carnival, and also sponsored an inter-
state meet. The purpose of the Ski Club is
to create interest in skiing and to en-
courage those who already ski. Skiing is
classed as a minor sport at FHS, and a
large number of students participate each
year. Fred Anderson sponsored the club,
and officers were Gilbert Sechrist, pres-
ident, Bob Knoles, vice-president, and Lor-
raine Bellwood, secretary-treasurer. Mem-
bers were Roger Ardrey, Margaret Babbitt,
Brian Chambers, Lora Chiappetti, Kenneth
Cogdill, Bill Cornford, Dick Deaver, Harriet
Deaver, Bill Etter, Carol Flint, Elizabeth
Hoffman, Connie Huffer, Elmer Hubbard,
Paul Hubbard, Bill Jakle, Bill James, Danna
Kincannon, Chuck Knoles, Marshall Knoles,
Ruth Ann Lewellen, Ted McCreary, Ann Mc-
Vey, Dirck Rotty, Carl Sechrist, Julian Tay-
lor, Bill Tissaw, Catherine Van Court, Mary
Ann Waldhaus, Ken Webber, Beverly Wen'
sel, Edwin Womack and Harvey Wright.
Girls' Hiking Club
The Girls' Hiking Club of FHS has been
successful this year, and each member had
lots of fun in participating in the hikes.
Miss Olive McNerney, sponsor, led the girls
on hikes to Woody Mountain, Tunnel
Springs, Lake Mary, Observatory Hill,
Schultz Pass and a number of hikes to the
Museum of Northern Arizona. The club
has admitted a number of new hikers and
has lost several of its old members.
Wading through snow and trudging in
mud were memories of hikers at the end
of the year. lt was always great fun to
start out on a long hike, but it was even
more wonderful when the last mile was
reached on the iourney home.
Boys' Hiking Club
Members of the Bays' Hiking Club have
hiked more than a hundred miles this year.
After a boy has joined the hiking club, he
may be called upon to participate in a hike
at any time including the very early hours
of a Saturday morning.
The members-Tom Soto, Don Skaggs,
Ted McCreary, Roger Ardrey, Carl Sechrist,
George Ivory and Dick Leuker-took part
in hikes to Walnut Canyon, Devil's Chair,
Angel Mountain, Picture Canyon, Wupatki,
Wilson Mountain, twice to Mt. Elden, and
to different parts of Oak Creek such as
Devil's Coffee Pot, Grasshopper Flat,
Grasshopper Cave, Green Flat, Balanced
Rock, Cathedral Rock and Devil's Kitchen.
A three day hike has been planned to
the Grand Canyon for May 30-June 2. The
club will take the Yaki Trail down and
camp near Phantom Ranch. While at the
bottom, the bays will see Ribbon Falls and
do some fishing in Bright Angel Creek. On
the return trip, they will camp at lndian
Gardens and explore Plateau Point.
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The Dramatics Club is one of the largest organizations in FHS, having titty members. This year, under the sponsorship of
Mrs. Dorothy Brierley, the club presented the one-act plays, "Who Gets the Car Tonight?", "Stoney's Brides", "Sweet Sixteen",
and one three-act ploy, "The Girl with Two Faces". Various members of the club performed at business clubs downtown, and
also presented skits and readings in both the high school and college vaudeville shows. During the year the club held a
Chinese dinner, and also the annual club picnic at Oak Creek during which new members were initiated. Officers were Lora
Chiappetti, president, Mary Hilbish, vice-president, and Betty Lee Isaacs, secretary-treasurer. Members were Joe Babbitt, Shirley
Books, June Brown, Joyce Cockrell, Ken Cogdill, Mary Joy Fisher, Delphine Garrido, Nina German, Alice Golsarry, Elizabeth
Hoffman, Elmer Hubbard, Jean Huff, Mary Lou Isaacs, Lorraine Kavathas, Donna Kincannon, Marshall Knoles, Pat Martin,
Kathryn Mathews, Lyndella McLaws, Mary Melendez, Ramona Osterfeld, Lillian Piper, Rogene Ross, Nellie Soto, Dorothy Jean
Strickland, Jackie Sykes, Bessie Thompson, Josephine Thompson, Bill Tissaw, Mary Ann Waldhaus, Charlotte Webber, Beverly
Wensel, Daisy Womack, Edwin Womack, Betty Simmons, Lorraine Bellwood, Sally Garcia, Winitred Pearsall, Eunice Ayers, Celia
Tachias, Ken Webber, Bernerd Jackson, Tom Mathews, Fred Tonge and lva Mae Crawley.
The Girl with Two Faces
Miss Runyon - A Nina German
Delphine - - - - - Jean Huff
Patty - - Kathryn Mathews
Dolores - - Lora Chiappetti
Jenny - ---- Liz Hoffman
Liz - - - Josephine Thompson
Alberta - - - Betty Simmons
Zip - - - - - Pat Martin
The Girl ----'- Alice Golsarry
A three act mystery comedy, student di-
rected by Lora Chiappetti and assisted by
Stoney - - Elmer Hubbard
:harley - - Earl Slipher
Nancy -- - - - Daisy Womack
Virs. Smith ---- Josephine Thompson
Nannette Detour - - - Ivo Crowley
Vladam Detour - - - Lorraine Kavathas
Guests to the party - Marshall Knoles
A one act comedy, student directed by
Nina German and Bessie Thompson.
Mrs. Davis - - Ramona Osterfeld
Mr. Davis - - Kenny Webber
Janie - - Mary Ann Waldhaus
Lieutenant Franklin - - Bernerd Jackson
Connie Marshall - - - Lora Chiappetti
Steve Crawford - - - - Bill Tissaw
A one act ploy, student directed by
Kathryn Mathews and Alice Golsarry.
Square Dance Club
For the first time a Square Dance Club
was organized in Flagstaff High School and
for its beginning year, it has been extreme-
ly successful. The purpose of the Square
Dance Club was to provide recreation and
to create interest in square and all other
types of old fashioned dancing.
Under the sponsorship of Miss Bertha
Mae White, members performed in the all-
school circus and also during the intermis-
sion of the freshman Barn Dance. Officers
of the club were Bill Etter, president and
Harriet Deaver, secretary-treasurer. Mem-
bers included Dorothy Strickland, Carol
Douglass, Mariorie Godwin, Betty Jean
Barnes, Juanita Allen, Charlotte Webber,
Carol Flint, Ruth Herrington, Florence
Begay, Eddie Womack, Dirck Rotty, Gene
Etter, Carl Sechrist and Julian Taylor.
Membership in the Camera Club increas-
ed a great deal this year. The meetings
of the club provided a place where those
interested in photography could discuss dif-
ferent methods and techniques of picture
taking and developing. The Camera Club
was sponsored by D. F. Pullen. The club's
supervisor was the school photographer,
Wayne Shields, and Pat Martin held the
office of secretary. Members of the club
are Winnifred Pearsall, Darlene Anderson,
Marshall Knoles, Rogene Ross, Joyce Cock-
rell, Margaret Hutchison, Mariorie Godwin,
Donald Skaggs, June Brown, Velma Loyd,
Ann McVey, Nevada Murphy, Julian Tay-
lor, Robert Ohnleiter, Kent Etter, Gene
Etter, Charlotte Webber, Jackie Sykes,
Carol Flint, Harriet Deaver, Betty Simmons
and Audrey Wells.
All meetings of the Letterwomen's Club
this year were held under the sponsorship
of Miss Bertha Mae White. The purpose of
the Letterwomen's Club is to recognize out-
standing ability and continued interest in
girls' athletics. Officers of the club were
Kathryn Mathews, president, Elizabeth
Hoffman, vice-president, and Mary Ann
Members were Edith Allen, Juanita Allen,
Darlene Anderson, Lora Chiappetti, Mary
Hilbish, Jean Huff, Lorraine Kavathas,
Genevieve Lobato, Velma Loyd, Pat Martin,
Susan Martinez, Margaret Martinez, Phyllis
Overson, Nellie Soto, Josephine Thompson,
Sophie Trujillo, Beverly Wensel and Isabel
Members who earned a thousand points
and who received a gold pin award were
Lora Chiappetti, Mary Hilbish, Elizabeth
Hoffman, Jean Huff, Velma Loyd and
The Science Club was organized for the
purpose of furthering the interest of science
as it affects the high school student and
to aid those who are planning to make
science a career. An example of their activ-
ities is their annual visit to the Lowell Ob-
servatory at which time they study the
fundamentals of astronomy. This year their
initiation exercises were held February i2.
The club is under the sponsorship at H. W.
The Science Club's officers were Wayne
Shields, president, Phyllis Overson, vice-
president, Virginia Pullen, secretaryetreas-
urerf and Dirck Rotty, sergeant-at-arms.
Other members are Edith Allen, Jackie
Sykes, Ramona Osterfeld, Juanita Allen,
Harriet Deaver, Lorraine Bellwood, Carol
Flint, Kenneth Harkey and Joe Perkins.
The Commercial Club was started this
year for the first time and was very suc-
cessful throughout the year. The club held
discussions on current business problems
and several speakers from the college and
business houses talked on "How to Get a
Job" and other subjects related to busi-
ness. The purpose of the club is to further
interest in commercial work and to help
students realize the responsibilities of a job.
Activities in which the group participated
were a skating party, a skiing party, and
picnics at Oak Creek Canyon. A play,
"Boss vs. Secretary", was also presented at
a club meeting. All meetings were under
the sponsorship of Fidel Baca.
Club officers were Lora Chiappetti, pres-
ident, Josephine Thompson, viceepresidentg
and Donna Kincannon, secretary. Members
were Kathryn Mathews, Nina German,
Brian Chambers, Bessie Thompson, Dean
Palmer, Jeane Hulsey, Jerry Crockett,
Tommy Mathews, Jean Hutt, Alice Golsarry,
Ken Webber, Daisy Womack and Georgia
Junior Red Cross
The Junior Red Cross is organized to
aid those who are in need or distress. The
members have made cartoon books, covers
for magazine stories, and done knitting for
atghans for veterans in hospitals.
Virginia Pullen is president, Phyllis Over-
son, vice-president, Catherine Van Court,
secretary-treasurer, and Gene Hilbish, iunior
high representative. Miss Regina Rousseau
sponsors all meetings of the club.
The membership numbered forty-tour, be-
ing so large that the group was divided
into two sections, one meeting on Thursday,
the other on Friday ot every week. Mem-
bers were Edith Allen, Janice Baker, Ann
Bergman Carolee Ek, Ophelia Espinoza,
Bertha Estrella, Joan Foster, Nancy Gras-
rnoen, Bobbie Lou Henry, Evelyn Jordan,
Ruby Keith, Claudette Lockridge, Mary
Lopez, Ruth Lukus, Josephine Magana, Vir-
ginia Martinez, Patty Montgomery, Phyllis
Overson, Mary Padilla, Wanda Lee Ridge,
Valerie Sanderson, Betsy Sheldon, Celia
Tachias, Margaret Vasquez, Patsy Montoya,
Willa .lo Dwiggins, Mona Primrner, Lucy
Sandoval, Dolores Enciso, Carmen Espinoza,
Patsy Gilpin, Norma Brown, Carol Beck,
Shelley Dickerson, Margeruite Jenson, Fran-
cis Seitz, Joyce Miller, Lena Chavez, Rhoda
Dent, Lupe Nieto and Anthona Hackett.
To encourage interest and enthusiasm
among FHS students in the collection and
study of stamps of all kinds, the Stamp
Club was organized, and this year's officers
were Margaret Hutchison, president, Kent
Etter, vice-president, Roger Ardrey, secre-
tary-treasurer, and Don Chiappetti, reporter.
All meetings were held under the sponsor-
ship of Miss Regina Rousseau. Members
were Julian Taylor, Dick Lueker, Ann Mc-
Vey, Dick Wensel, Dwight Bliss, Bruce Mc-
Quatters, Sandra Ellis, Bill Howe, Jim Per-
kins, Eugene Hilbish, Ray Henry, Jim Chap-
man, John Drake Jr., Ted Pender, Jim
Fowler, David German, Manuel Hernandez,
Roy Castillo, Charles Roper, Charles Rucker,
Helen Herrera, Gene Slayton, Lena Chavez,
David Rotty, Ray Baca, Jeanne Ellen Ard-
rey, Ted McCreary, Ann Ellis, Don Austin,
Billy Tinnin, J. T. Baker, Vern Hull, Ruth
Ann Lewellen, and Shelley Dickerson.
The Conversational Spanish Club is
made up of Flagstaff High students who
have taken or are taking Spanish, and the
purpose of the club is to give members
practice in speaking Spanish.
Sponsored by Miss Olive McNerney, the
club met twice a month on the first and
third Fridays. Once a month the group
met at the home of one of the members
and had a social.
Lorraine Bellwood was president, Phillip
Wilson, vice-president, and Ramona Oster-
feld, secretary-treasurer. Other members
were Edith Allen, Virginia Pullen, Betty
Simmons, Dirck Rotty, Harvey Wright and
F. H. A. Club
The Future Homemakers of America Club
is affiliated with both state and national
At a district meeting held at the college
in November, the club acted as host to
other clubs in the state. The World
Christmas Festival was observed in Decem-
ber with an all-nation party, and just before
Christmas vacation a tea was given for
faculty members. To celebrate the birthday
of Ellen H. Richards, founder of the organ-
ization, a party was held in January.
Funds for the organization were raised
by selling lunch items at the noon hour.
Patty Ann Mead and Lucy Chavira attend-
ed the state conference in Tempe in
February at which time Patty Ann was
elected to the office of state treasurer.
The purpose of the club is to help its
members become better citizens and home-
makers. Officers were Lucy Chavira, pres-
ident, Mary Scott, vice-president, Genevieve
Lobato, secretary, Patty Ann Mead, treasur-
ery Florence Sass, social manager, and
Manuela Luna, historian. Members were
Fay Corey, Jennie Rameriz, Otilla Casados,
Nevada Murphy, Velma Loyd, Audrey
Wells, Nelda Ruddick, D0F0fl"Y -lofdflfl,
Doris Jordon, Alice Martinez, Matilda Con-
treras, Barbara Conrad and Lillian Piper.
Mrs. Mable Nettle was club sponsor.
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BRIAN CHAMBERS ELIZABETH HOFFMAN
Prom King Prom Queen
King's Awurendanfs ,- Queen's A+Iendan+s
BILL TISSAW BARBARA CONRAD
TOM SCHERMANN LORRAINE BELLWOOD
KEN WEBBER LORA CHIAPPETTI
THE CURSE OF AN ACHING HEART
Trapped In +he Spider's Web!
Melody Lane, 'rhe beauiiiul. young heroine, is an orphan and has iaughl herself The rofession oi
leaching. A+ 'rhe rime +he play opens, she has a iob in a small couniry school. She iglls info ihe
vicious clurches of Windermere Highiower. Windermere and Melody are married in a false cere-
mony, and she becomes an unwilling pari io his criminal schemes. She ihen meeis and falls in love
wiih Lucius Goodenough, The slalwari, young hero.
Windermere schemes io gel' a hold on ihe Abernaihy ranch, and Jrhe play ends as Aloysius. son
oi Jrhe Aberna+hy's comes home wi'rh good news and enough money io pay 'rhe morigage on ihe
ranch, and Melody is freed from Windermere l-ligh+ower's evil snare forever.
Melody Lane -
Lucius Goodenough -
Hiram Abernaihy -
Sarah Abernarhy -
Red Wing -
Baiile Axe Annie -
Nellie Blyihe -
Muriel Ailcins -
Aloysius Abernaihy -
Sally Abernaihy -
Direcior - -
- - - - Barbara Conrad
- Edwin PoHs
- Arrhur Dendy
- George Burns
- - Virginia Pullen
- Mary l-lilbish
- Nina German
Oogie Pringle -
Hannah - -
Judy Foster - -
Randolph Foster -
Mrs. Foster v -
Mr. Foster - - -
Mitzie Hoffman -
Mr. Martindale -
Mrs. Hotchkiss -
- Gilbert Sechrist
- Beverly Wensel
- - Jackie Sykes
- Bill Jokle
- Carol Flint
- - - - Bob Knoles
- - Lyndella McLaws
- Arthur Fleming
- Betty Simmons
- Harriet Deaver
- Harvey Wright
- Mary Lou Isaacs
- Dorothy Brierley
"A DATE WITH JUDY"
"A Date with Judy" is a three-act play
centered around the lovable Judy Foster.
As a result ot her determination to be
queen ot the dance and to beat Tootsie
Whitemen by getting the most subscrip-
tions to the Community Reliet Funcl, she
has the town thinking that Mrs. Foster is a
bigamist, and that Mr. Foster has Hkissable
lips". ln the process, she almost loses her
boytriend, Oogie Pringle. ln the end
Tootsie wins the contest, lout Judy still gets
to be queen because her opponent catches
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This Society ,to foster high scholarship among boy
athletes, was organized in February, 1925, by a group
of secondary school principals in Washington, D. C.,
in an attempt to elevate the ideals of sportsmanship,
to stimulate a desire for balanced training, and to
develop more outstanding leaders in the secondary
schools of the United States.
Any boy in the tenth, eleventh, or twelfth grade is
eligible if he has earned an athletic letter. His aver-
age for three consecutive semesters upon earning his
letter must be equal to or higher than the general
average of the school, and he must have exemplified
a high type of citizenship and sportsmanship. Members
were Charles Carey, Don Bird, Milton Evans, Tony
Gabaldon, Raul Garcia, Ralph Goitic, Bill Jakle, Bob
Knoles, Dick Leeds, Dean Palmer, Tom Schermann,
Gilbert Sechrist, Tom Soto and Jim Vandevier. The
local Society is under the sponsorship of Coach Don
The Lettermen have been very active this year and
have held a football raffle, the annual Lettermen's
dance, sold cokes, donuts and candy during noon to
pay for new basketball uniforms for the lunior high,
and have also sponsored an all-city grade school
basketball tournament. A boy must have earned one
malor letter in football, basketball or track, or two
minor letters in golt, tennis or skiing before he is
eligible to become a member. The minor letter must
be earned in the same sport in consecutive years. To
promote better sportsmanship among club members
and between schools is the purpose of the club.
All activities and meetings were under the sponsor-
ship of Coach Don C. Clark and the officers were
Dick Leeds, president, Gilbert Sechrist, vice-president,
and Bernerd Jackson, secretary-treasurer. Members
were Bruce Berger, Frank Satrustegui, Milton Evans,
Frankie Martinez, Don Bird, Brian Chambers, Charles
Corey, Charles Ewing, Tony Gabaldon, Raul Garcia,
Ralph Goitia, Bill Jackle, Bob Knoles, Tony Nunez,
Dean Palmer, Tom Schermann, David Greer, Tom Soto,
Bill Tissaw, Jim Vandevier, Jack June, Kenneth Harkey
and Dale Barney.
The Oratorical Contest, sponsored by the Arizona
Republic was entered by all English IV students. Each
participant wrote and delivered an oration in class,
and from this group the class selected the three best
speakers. These speeches were then delivered in
assembly, and the winner was chosen by three busi-
Each speaker was judged on his oration plus an
extemporoneous speech. The winner of this contest
then took part in the district meet.
Elizabeth Hoffman, who won first prize in the
school contest and second place in the district con-
test, spoke on "Our Constitution, Basis for World
Peace", and third place winner in the school contest
was Barbara Conrad, who spoke on "A Constitution
of and for Free Men." Elizabeth Hoffman received
ten dollars for winning the school contest.
SENIOR HIGH BAND
This year The band seT a new goal-Thaf of obfaining new band uniforms. Through-
ouf The year They held everyfhing from food sales To rummage sales To reach This goal.
and managed To secure Them in Time for spring performances.
The band played for The following programs: junior play, senior play, dramaTics
play, circus, "Cornzapoppin", boTh The college and high school vaudeville shows,
Norfhern Arizona Music Fesfival and commencemenf. The band also played aT
various clubs in Town. The securing of The uniforms and all performances were under
The direcfion of Mr. James Williams.
The Glee Club This year, under The direcfion of Mr. James Williams, was a mixed
choir of boys and girls singing in four parfs.
All acTiviTies sponsored To hel secure new band uniforms were aided by The Glee
Club. The Glee Club performejaf several funcfions held aT The high school and aT
civic clubs, organizaTions and churches. The Glee Club had an imporTanT parf in The
Chrisfmas program, where They sang Chrisfmas carols and hymns, and differenf
groups from The Glee Club answered requesfs for singing carols aT differenf Flagsfaff
homes during The Chrisfmas holidays.
ELM ER HUBBARD
BETTY BARN ES
RUTH ANN LEWELLEN
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A.S.C., Flagstaff, A.B.
Literature, English, Spelling
Principal of Junior High School
D. L. SKAGGS
A.S.C., Flagstaff, A.B.
Literature, History, English
and Social Science
A.S.C., Flagstaff, A.B.
Geography and Science
MRS. RUTH LANE
A.S.C., Flagstaff, A.B.
A.S.C., Flagstaff, A.B.
Science, Mathematics and
S.T.O., Iowa, A.B.
Geography and History
MRS. KATHERINE MILLER
A.S.C., Flagstaff, A.B.
A.S.C., Flagstaff, A.B.
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JUNIOR HIGH CUUNCIUL
Junior High Council provides 'rhe needed parliarnenlary Training which will be useful lo ils
members in fu+ure school years and life. I+ no'r only 'reaches s+uden+s +o be good leaders, bul
also Teaches Jrhem lo 'l'alce orders and be good workers.
Acfivilies eilher sponsored enlirely or aided by Jrhe council were gel'-acquainlecl dance.
Halloween parly, slcaling parly, annual valenline parly, all-school circus, band uniform fund,
purchase of junior high baslcelball suils. council convenlion in Holbrook, coas+ing parly, iunior
high assemblies and 'rhe annual iunior high formal dance. The council also purchased a book on
parliameniary procedure and aflempled +0 follow il in 'rheir meelings.
The council was composed ol Don Chiappefli, president lvlary Ellen Roberlson, secrelaryg
Bill Wilhers, 'rreasurerg Barbara Rice and David Kincanon, social manager, and Charles Ruclc-
er, Carol Spencer, Manuel Hernandez, Ray Baca, Oscar Espinoza and Frank Marin, home room
represenlalives. Council advisors were Fred Anderson and Regina Rousseau.
JUNIOR HIGH DRAMATICS
The Junior High Dramatics Club was organized for
the first time this year. Under the direction of Mrs.
Julianne Winters, the club presented a Christmas play,
"WiIdcat Willie Plays Santa". The purpose of the
club is to aid in dramatic training, to develop poise
and presence and to provide practice in organizing
and running a club for students. Only eighth graders
are eligible to join and prospective members must
have a good scholastic rating before they are ad-
mitted. Officers were Carolyn Burman, president,
Bob Cornford, vice-president and Bonnie Bradford,
JUNIOR HIGH BAND
The Junior High Band has given no public perform-
ances this year, but the experience they have gained
in their practices twice a week will stand them in
good stead in future years. Some of the members
performed with the Senior High Band this year.
Clarinetsz Don Chiappetti, Billy Russell, Bruce Beckley,
Herman Jaromillo, Leola Butler, Lucy Vergara, Louise
Williams, Ann Bergman, Garry Flint, Patty Montgom-
ery, Carol Spencer, Jean Douglass, Patsy Gilpin and
Sandra Ellis, trumpets: George Kavathas, Ray Baca,
Bonny Lou Swift, Bob Cornford, Jeanette Sego, Bob
Villalva, Hollice Marcum, Charles Compton, Olga
Navarro, Jackie Hokanson, Don Leamon, Fred Haynes,
Dwight Bliss, Tom Davis and Charles Rucker, French
horns: Betty Richey, Agnes Harper, Donna Godwin,
Jim Pickens, David German and David Rotty, bari-
tones: Virginia Baker and Charles Huff, saxophones:
Steven Aginiga, Ray Macias and Jerry Hensley, base
horns: Bill Howe, Dick Wensel and Neil Herman, snare
drums: Bobbette Lockridge, Bonnie Bradford, Maxine
Polson, Jane Plummer, Vivien Parker and Janice
Baker, base drums: Mary Roberson and Vera May
Beamer, trombones: Paul Jaromillo, Charles Butler and
Jimmy Fowler and accordion: Bobbie Lou Henry.
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Bottom Row: Roy Castillo, Forward, Ray Macias, Guardg Paul Jaramillo,
Villalva, Guard, Steven Aginiga, Guardp Charles Compfon,
Forward, Joe Sedillo, Forwardg David Kincanon, Guard Jam Pickens
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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
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BUSHEY'S FOUNTAIN CAFE
"THE EAGLE'S NEST"
Where the gong meets before cmd offer the game.
DOUBLE CIRCLE CRESS BROS.
20 N. San Francisco
and emo TRUCKS
FLAGS TAFF MOTORS
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SALES, SERVICE and REPAIR
Corner of Sanla Ee and Beaver
STANDARD ou. PRODUCTS
Wholesale and Relrall
Pototo Chips Birdseye
Popcorn Frosted Food
Bokery SwifT's Ice Creom
Products I-lolsum Breod
SEARS, ROEBUCK G CO.
lO5 North Leroux St.
FLAGSTAFF - -- - ARIZONA
This space cledicalecl by the following civic clubs and professional
men who helped make this bool: possible.
E. B. Tollefson A. G. Pilcher
Andy Wolf 20-30 Club
Business and Professional Women
MONTE VISTA COFFEE SHOP
Portraits That Please - Everything In Films
We Specialize In Babies
Phone 62 - I5 Easl Aspen
T. E. McCU LLOUGH
Life and General Insumnce
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Cheshire M ofors
Buick - Chevrolet
SALES - SERVICE
302 W. Sanfa Fe
26+h ANNIVERSARY Phone 66
I4 W- Aspen Ash Fork, Arizona
P- O- BOX 179 Flagsiaii, Arizona
NORTHERN ARIZONA GAS
AND PLUMBING SERVICE
Liquified Gas - Appliances - Au+omo+lve Servicing - PIumbmg
ANNOUNCEMENTS - CAPS ANDGOWNS
WILSON G COFFIN FRANICS PLACE
PLUMBING . ,
I I I2 E. Aspen Phone I I8
FRANK QUIRK. Mgr.
Shop cn' our
Complefe Deporfmenf Sfore
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LADIES READY-TO-WEAR SHOES
MEN'S FURNISHINGS I DRUGS
HARDWARE INDIAN CURIOS
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JAMES BOOK and GIFT SHOP
"Gifts of Quality"
J. C. PENNEY CO., INC.
- COMPLIMENTS OF
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BLACK CAT CAFE
NAVAJO-HOPI GORDON'S LIQUOR and
TRADING CC. SPORTING GOODS
R. K. Douglas Phone 555-W 23 N. Beaver Sf.
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COMPLIMENTS TO LI-OYD.S
CLASS OF '47 Ben Franklin Sfore
"Every'rl1ing in School Supplies"
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Bno+wNlE CLEANERS COMPUMENTS OF
Phone '7' Andrews' Coffee
CLEANING - PRESSING Shop
3l2 Sanla Fe
ALTERING phone 435
'S C' as Elec fic Plan
Walk-In Coolers Kohler
Petersen Electric Plants
S2115 TSETQSS - , Copeland
Cold Tables H .' ' "::l::: I 4 Refri9e"9l0"5
We Corry o Complete Stock of Ports for Most
Any Refrigeroting System
HUBBARD REFRIGERATION SUPPLY
IOS-IO7 W. Aspen Ave. ' Phone 354
SALES with SERVICE
COMPLIMENTS OF THE
PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO.
I3 E. Co++age Ave.
E. D. BABBITT F , N E. 5
MOTOR CO. READY-TO-WEAR
Always Something Finev
Expert Repairing phone 195
I5 N. San Francisco SI.
RADIOS REFRIGERATORS SWEEPERS WASI-IERS DISHES
READING AND WRITING AND 'RITI-IMETIC
ARE TAUGHT IN SCI-IOOL
Learning to put your "Best Foot
Forward" by Proper Dress
is taught at
BLEDsoE'S MENS SHOP
BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF '47
HARPER FURNITURE CO.
"Everything for the Home"
FURNITURE and APPLIANCES A
Furniture You Like At Prices You Like To Pay
Compmso, HaSK1NS SALES
ACME CLEANERS COMPANY
I GENERAL WI-IOLESALER
Northern Arizona's Most Exclusive Shop for Women
Saginaw 8m Manistee
ARIZONA SOFT PINE
Lumber - Timber - Box Shooks cmd Luth
PURE FOOD BAKERY
T. M. Knoles, Jr. Som M. Richardson
H U T C H I S O N ' S
Complefe Food Marker'
We Keep Prices Down
IOI W. PHOENIX PHONE 548
Chili - S+ew
Frozen Cusiard - Maiis - Shakes
Homemade Ice Cream
CECIL G' PETE
8 W. Sania Fe
Wigwam Indian Curio
Mexican, Indian Xi Wesiern Curios
I8 E. Sania Fe ,
Turquoise Peirified Wood
VAN COURT'S GARAGE
TISSAW ELECTRIC AND SPORTING
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REPAIRS - GUNS - SUPPLIES - TACKLE
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ALL KI-NDS OF INSURANCE
Inclucling Life and Bonds
Compliments of DU BEAU'S
MONTE CARLO E'ue'ry Room With A Bath
CAFE Hotel Cottages
' FLAGSTAFF AUTO SUPPLY
IN THE AIR
ON THE SUPPLY LINE
Name any phase of the war-there you will
find WOOD playing its vital role. We are
proud to be o port of this great' industry.
SOUTHWEST LUMBER lVlll.l.S, INC
' Flagstaff and McNary, Arizona
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TO THE YOUNG MEN
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OF THE CLASS OF '47
The very fact that you are graduating
is enough of a sermon . . . the best kind of
sermon . . . the kind that you give yourself.
You know the world you are entering
hangs together today mostly because the
United States has been graduating sveral
million solid-thinking young citizens from
high schools and colleges every year for a
You are going to become part of the world's
balast. lt's your ship . . . keep it steady!
THE ARIZONA POWER COMPANY
23 SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO ST.
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EXPERT WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRI-NG
Phone 343 Flagsfaff, Arizona
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FLAGSTAFF STEAM LAUNDRY
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HARDWARE - SPORTING GOODS
PAINTS - OILS - GLASS
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IIO E. SANTA FE AVE.
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