Flagstaff High School - Kinlani Yearbook (Flagstaff, AZ)
- Class of 1948
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At the foot of 'Frisco Mountain,
Under skies of blue,
Stands our noble Alma Mater,
Glorious to view.
When these carefree days are over
And from friends we part, -
Then will memories of our high school
Gladden every heart.
And no matter where we wander,
Or what life may bring,
We will always lo-ve you, Flagstaff,-
Loud your praises sing.
Lest her praises be forgotten,
Sing them to the shyg
Hail to thee, our Alma Mater,
Hail, dear Flagstaff High,
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lf we could go thirty years into the past, our own Flagstaff would be an un-
known town to us. Beaver Street was the only paved street except for those in
the business district.
Emerson High School, located where the Emerson School is today, included
the first to the tenth grades, after graduating there, students attended the
high school which was a part of the college. Although the weather was the
same then as it is today, there was no gymnasium, and all basketball wa s
played on outdoor, dirt courts.
Then on the first Tuesday in September, l923, Flagstaff High School was
scheduled to open for the school term. The huge building must have been
planned by dreamers. Flagstaff would never grow large enough to fill such
a high school. What a waste of the people's money. These were the opinions
of the townspeople about the new school. They couldn't visualize' the Flag-
staff of today.
The first opening date was postponed because the building wasn't ready.
On the scheduled registration dav it poured rain, and because of mud, it was
impossible to reach the school. There were no streets or sidewalks to the
school. The actual opening date came on Thursday of the third week in Sep-
tember, and the total registration including the eighth grade was less than
this year's senior class.
The study hall was used for the first assembly, because it was large enough
to hold the entire student body. The gymnasium seemed like heaven after
having only outdoor courts to play on. FHS athletics weren't successful, as
the boys didn't win a game for three years. The most exciting football game
in the early days was that thriller in which Flagstaff High School beat the
college... The next morning school was dismissed for celebration.
The first groduoting closs of thirteen mem-
bers didn't weor cops ond gowns, ond the
school presented eoch grciducite with o rose
The oldest school trodition which hos been
corried on to the present centers oround the
"Flogstoff" which beors the closs colors of
eoch yeor's grciduoting closs. This trcidition
wcis stcirted with the closs of i925 with the
bronch of o tree os the "flogstoff."
Mr. J. Q. Thomos wos principcil ond super-
intendent during the first few yecirs, ond the
first principol wos Mr. J. P. McVey.
Mr. Micke joined the FHS fciculty in the
foll of '24 os o tecicher in the 8th grode. At
thot time he still wcis blessed with hoir which
covered his entire heod.
In the eorly l92O's the two big trees were
plonted in front of FHS os smoll bushes. The
whole school wos present ot the impressive
Arbor Doy progrom.
Physicol educcition clcisses were required then os they ore now, except thot
then they were held cifter school, with just one closs for girls ond one for boys.
Ecich yecir improvements hove been mode in our school system, ond todoy
we hove o fine school, when the buildings now in progress ore completed, it
will be even better.
We, the closs of '48, wish to express our opprecicition to Flogstoff H i g h
School for the greot service it hos done in the post 25 yeors. We know thot it
will continue to progress in the future os it hos in the post. We express our
thonks ond cipprecicition by dedicoting this i948 Kinloni to twenty-five yeors
of service which Flogstciff High School hos given. V
When the high school moved from Emerson High School to the present lo-
cotion, Miss Olive McNerney, moved with it. On thot first school doy with
the ground sloppy ond muddy, she wolked the "school woll" which todoy hos
o sidewolk beside it. For twenty five yeors she hos worked foithfully ond un-
selfishly for the students in FHS, trying to help them in every woy. ln oddi-
tion to her other duties she storted os girls' physicol educotion teocheir ond
hos hcid mony good teoms to her credit.
She sponsors the Spcinish Club ond the oirls' hiking club,,ond through these
we hove come to know onother side of her we didn't meet in the clossroom.
Though her yecirs of service ore long, her hecirt is still young os thot of ony of
To Miss McNerney. the only teocher who hos been in FHS for oll its twenty
five yeors, we extend our grotitude ond oppreciotion for her long ond foithful
service ond ci job well done.
The only other person who hos remciined with Flogstciff High School for
thEse'I25 yeors is Wick B. Thompson, who is now heod jcinitor of the city
sc oo s.
Wick hos not only performed his duties faithfully during this quarter of o
century, but he hcis been o friend of the students ond fciculty... He will olso
long be remembered for his foithful service ond o job well done.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Junior High -
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STURGEON CROMER DWIGHT F. PULLEN
Superlnlendenl ol Schools Principal
Aug-QQ' Flagstaff AB. Kalamazoo College, AB.
. . . ' Universily ol Michigan, MA.
Umversdy of Arnzona, MA. Mawemaics and Science
MRS- MARY LLOYD MYRTISE WARNOCK
Secrelary To Jrlwe Superirfrendenl Secrefar-y fo we Principal
J. C. DOLAN C. W. SECHRIST I-l. C. MQQUATTERS
Member Presiclenl Clerk
H. W. MICKE
Colorado Slrale College of
Educalionq A.B.. A.
A.S.C., Elagsiall, A.B.
U.S.C., B.S. in L.S.
R. W. WHEELER
Colorado Sfafe College of
Educafionq A.B., M.A.
FIDEL G. BACA
A.S.C.. Flagsfafli A.B., IvI.A.
CATHERINE M. HENSEN
Supervsior of Ari
J. S. ALLEN
BERTHA MAY WHITE
He-aI'rI'1 81 Physical Educalion
Universiiy of Redlands, A.B.
Scari+I College, M.A.
ROBERT B. MOORE
Universily of Redlands, B.A.
A.S.C., Flagstaff: A.B., M.A.
MRS. DOROTHY BRIERLEY
English and Dramafics
Trinify Universily, A.B.
A.S.C.. Elagslall, M. A.
JAMES L. SANDERS
Washingion Universily, S+.
Louis., B.S. Jurisprudence
A.S.C., Elagsfafli, B.S. Edu-
JAMES R. WILLIAMS
Supervisor of Music
A.S.C., Elagsfaffg A.B.
DON C. CLARK
I-IeaI'I'h and Physical Educa
A.S.C., Flagstaff: A.B., M.A
Cornell Universiiy, A.B.
MRS. EDITH IRWIN
A.S.C., Flagstaff, A.B.
CLARENCE J. BROOKSBY
English and Journalism
A.S.C., Elagslaii, A.B., M.A
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MRSQ MABLE NETTLE
A.S.C., Flagslalf, A.B.
MILTON EVANS BILL JAKLE CAROL FLINT
PresidenT Vice PresidenT - Treasurer
BETTY SIMMONS MARSHALL KNOLES
SecreTary Social Manager I
MilTon was elecTed by The s+uden+ body To The highesT sTudenT body oTTice. He called spe-
cial meeTings and carried on all council and associaTed sTudenT meeTings. ln The regular weekly
meeTings MilTon discussed problems oT The school and ways oT meeTing Them. He has done an
excellenT iob which has proven his abiliTy as a leader.
As vice-presidenT oT The sTudenT body, Bill carried ouT his duTies wiTh a greaT deal oT suc-
cess. When MilTon was absenT, Bill handled all meeTings oT The sTudenT council. He was also in
charge oT The Treshman iniTiaTion.
Carol was in charge oT all money going in and ouT oT The Treasury Tor school purposes. She
lcepT an accuraTe seT oT books and had Them up To daTe aT all Times.
As secreTary BeTTy has l4epT accuraTe minuTes oT all meeTings held. Because oT her depend-
abiliTy oTher business maTTers were carried ouT su cessTully.
Marshall aTTended The council meeTings and made reporTs on social evenTs. He was also in
charge oT The all school carnival which he handled very eTTicienTly.
DON CLARK FIDEL BACA
The sTudenT council, which is composed oT The oTTicers Trom each senior high school class
and The sTudenT body oTTicers, is sponsored by Two TaculTy members chosen by The council. The
group meeTs each Monday Tor a business meeTing and discussion oT problems ThaT have arisen in
AcTiviTies sponsored by The council were dances ThroughouT The year: an all-school carnival:
"The Chimes oT Normandy," an opereTTa: The Kinlani assembly: Tour NaTional Assemblies: TalenT
assemblies: and The iunior high school circus.
Five oT The council members aTTended The annual STudenT Council ConvenTion held in
Nogales, Arizona, on December 5 and 6: and our represenTaTives obTained The honor oT having
nexT year's convenTion in FlagsTaTT.
STudenT body oTTicers were MilTon Evans, presidenT: Bill Jakle, vice-presidenT: BeTTy Sim-
mons, secreTary: Carol FlinT, Treasurer: and Marshall Knowles, social manager. OTher council mem-
bers included Bob Knoles, Romona OsTerTeld, Beverly Wensel, Raul Garcia, Tom MaThews, Mar-
gareT l-luTchison, David Gomez, Silver Barreras, Joe MarTinez, Cecil l-loggard, Billy WiThers,
Carolyn Burman, BeTTy Jean Drye, and Mary Lou lsaacs. FaculTy members who were This year's
sponsors were Mr. Fidel Baca and Mr. Don Clarlc.
Q XX X
JR . "
To the seniors of '48 the wheels of time
have slowly rolled around bringing to a
close our happy high school days. -.Some of
us will continue our education while others
will not, but we will all remember FHS as
the place where we acquired much knowl-
We have had lots of fun learning from
books, contacts with teachers, and from
other studentsg but all this is past and the
future is waiting for us.
We wish to extend thanks to our spon-
sors, Mr. C. J. Brooksby and Mrs. Edith lr-
win, who have devoted their time and effort
to making this year a true success for us. --
C. J. BROOKSBY
JUANITA ALLEN - Honor Graduate, Scottsdale High School I, music letter 2, Girls' Hiking Club 2, 3, 4,
National Honor Society 3, 4, president 4, Letterwomen's Club 3, 4, vice-president 4, Science Club 2, 3, 4,
point award 2, 3, 4, Kinlani Editor 4.
MILTON EVANS - Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4, vice-president 4, National Athletic Scholarship Society 3, 4,
president 3, class vice-president 2, student body treasurer 3, student body president, football, basketbal,
baseball, track letterman 2, 3, 4.
LOIS BURMAN - Honor Graduate, La Cumbre Junior High I, Safforcl High School 2, choir 2, 3, operetta
4, intramurals 3, 4, Science Club 4, Commercial Club 3, 4, New Spanish Club 3, 4, office orderly 4
RALPH GOITIA - Old Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, social manager 2, president 3, Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4,
secretary-treasurer 4, football letterman 2, 3, 4, basketball 4, class president 3, National Honor Society
National Athletic Scholarship Society 4, 3.
BEVERLY WENSEL - Dramatics Club I, 2, 3, 4, Letterwomen's Club I, 2, 3, 4, music festival 2 3, Drum-
mond Bugle Corps 2, 3, 4, president 4, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, class play 3, 4, class secretary-treasurer 4, prom
queen 4, Christmas Cantata 2, intramurals I, 2, 3, 4.
LOUIS SANCHEZ - Old Spanish Club 2, basketball 3, intramurals I, 2, 3, 4.
ANN HUBBS - Phoenix Union High School I, "Pardon My Ancestors" 4, choir 4.
CHARLES KNOLES - Ski Club I, 2, 3, 4, "Pardon My Ancestors"4, Christmas Program 4, intramurals I,
2, 3, 4, movie proiector operator 3, 4, assistant manager 2, 3, 4.
BETTY SIMMONS - Salutatorian, Clarkdale High School I, 2, Dramatics Club 3, 4, president 4, New
Spanish Club 3, 4, president 4, musical festival 3, 4, DAR representative 4, student body secretary 4,
Kinlani Business Manager 4, National Honor Society 4.
SALVADOR CORTEZ - Intramurals.
CATHARINE B. COHENOUR - Oceana High School, Oceana, West Virginia I, Commercial Club 2, 3, 4.
BOB KNOLES - Honor Graduate, class president I, 2, 4, student body vice-president 3, football base-
ball, basketball letterman 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, National Athletic Scholarship Society 3, 4,
band I, 2, 3, 4, class 3, 4, prom king 4.
TONI MAGANA - Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Old Spanish Club 3, 4, Future Homemakers of America 4' Com-
mercial Club 4. ' I
ROLAND ANDERSON -- Football 3, intramurals 2, 3, 4, baseball 3, 4.
HARRIET DEAVER - Honor Graduate, Science Club 3, 4, vice-president 4, Girls' Hiking Club 2, 3, 4,
president 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, vice-president 4, band I, 2, 3, 4, choir I, 2, 3, 4, class play
3, operetta I, 4, point award 2, 3, 4, girls' trio 3, 4.
CAROL FLINT - Honor Graduate, Jordan Junior High School I, Palo Alto High School and McClatchy
High School 2, class play 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, Science Club 3, 4, president 4, National Honor Society 4,
student body treasurer 4, point award 3, 4.
l LEONARD owen - Fooibqii 4, Lettermen's Club 4.
JACQUELINE STEPP -- Loretta Acadmey, Bernchillo, New Mexico, I, 2, 3, commercial club 4.
MELVIN RUSHING - South High School, Salt Lake City, Utoh, I, 2, 3.
MYRTLE SMITH - Future Homemakers of America 4, band 3, choir 3, Junior Red Cross 3, 4.
LUPE PORTILLO - Intramurals I, 2, 4, Mission High School, San Francisco, California, 3, Old Spanish
Club 2, 4, president 4, Boys' Hiking Club 2, 4, football, basketball, track 2, 4.
ELISA ROCHA - Old Spanish Club 3, 4, carnival 3, Commercial Club 4, Future Homemakers ot America 4.
ANGEL MARTINEZ - Football I, 2, 3, glee club I, 2, 3, 4, operetta I, 4, music festival 2, 3, 4, intra-
murals I, 4, basketball 2, 3, I.ettermen's 3, 4.
VICKIE MARTINEZ - Future Homemakers of America 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 3, class play usher 3, Old
Spanish Club 4, Commercial Club 4.
.IACK JUNE WONG - Football I, 3, 4, basketball I, 4, Ietterman 3, 4, l.ettermen's Club 3, 4.
SYBIL MARTIN - Choirl, 2, band I, 2, 3, Drum and Bugle Corps I, 2, Dramatics Club I, "Almost
Eighteen" 2, intramurals I, 2, music festival I, carnival 2, circus 3, Christmas Tableau 3.
GILBERT SECHRIST - Football Ietterman I, 2, 3, 4, Letterments Club I, 2, 3, 4, vice-president 4, Ski
Club 2, 3, 4, president 3, National Athletic Scholarship Society 3, 4, president 4, class play 3, 4, Science
Club 4, president 4, Ski Ietterman 2, 3, 4.
VERNA YATES - North Phoenix High School, Phoenix, Arizona I, 2, 3, Kinlani Art Editor 4.
DIRCK ROTTY - Science Club 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, National Athletic Honor
Society 3, 4, tennis 3, 4, class play 3, New Spanish Club 3, 4, ski team 2, 3, Drum and Bugle Corps 2.
FANNIE HARPER - Wingate High School, Wingate, New Mexico I, Phoenix Union High School, Phoenix
Arizona 2, circus 3, band 3, Future Homemakers of America 3, 4, Christmas Tableau 3, 4, carnival 4.
DONA DALE - Honor Graduate, Central High School, Grand Forks, North Dakota l, 2, 3, band 4,
choir 4, Drum and Bugle Corps 4, Science Club 4, Square Dance Club 4, secretary 4, Commercial Club 4,
operetta 4, Girls' Hiking Club 4.
EUGENE BLOCKER - Football 2, 3, 4, Letterman 4, Lettermen's Club 4, Boys' Hiking Club l, 2, band l.
operetta i, Chess Club 2.
LYNDELLA MCLAWS - Drum and Bugle Corps 3, 4, head maforette 4, band l, 2, 3, 4, choir 2, 3, 4,
intramurals 3, 4, Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4, class play 3, music festival 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 2, Commercial
Club 4, Christmas Tableau 2, 3, 4, "Pardon My Ancestors" 4
HAROLD SOURIS - Roswell Military Institute, Roswell, New Mexico, l, 2, 3.
FREEDA JOHNSTON - Cushman High School, Cushman, Arkansas i, 2, choir 4, operetta 4, intramurals
3, Green and Brown Staff 3, 4, girls' trio 4.
BILL ZANER - Football, basketball l, 2, 4, class vice-president l, Lettermen's Club 4, New Spanish Club 4,
Duncan High School, Duncan, Arizona 3, National Athletic Honor Society 4, point award 2.
MILDRED ELLSWORTH - Future Homemakers of America 4, choir l, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross l, music
festival 3, 4, "Pardon My Ancestors" 4.
KENT ETTER - Intramurals 2, 3, 4, New Spanish Club 3, 4, Camera Club 3, Stamp Club 3, 4, Square
Dance Club 4, Safety Patrol 3, carnival 2, Green and Brown Statt 3.
HELEN HARPER - Wingate High School, Wingate, New Mexico, l, Phoenix Union High School, Phoenix,
Arizona, 2, circus 3, band 3, Future Homemakers ot America 3, 4, Christmas Tableau 4, "The Ghost
Wore White" 4, carnival 4.
CHARLES COREY - Globe High School l, football letterman 2, 3, 4, National Athletic Scholarship
Society 3, 4, vice-president 4, point award 3, 4, intramurals 2, 3, 4, track 2, 3, baseball 4, Lettermen's
Club 2, 3, 4.
CAROL DOUGLASS - Square Dance Club 3, 4.
TOM SOTO -M Football, basketball 2, 3, 4, Boys' Hiking Ciub 2, 3, 4, National Athletic Scholarship Society
3, 4, Lettermen's Club 3, 4.
MARY LOU BETTS - Future Homemakers ot America 4, choir 2, 3, 4.
BILL JAKLE - Student body vice-president 4, band l, 2, 3, 4, football, basketball, baseball, track 2, 3, 4,
lettermen's Club 3, 4, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, National Athletic Scholarship Society
3, 4, class ploy 3, 4, New Spanish Club 4.
CHARLENE PINNON - Miami High School, Miami, Oklahoma, l, 2, San Diego High School 3, choir 14,
Square Dance Club 4, Science Club 4, Drum and Bugle Corps 4, New Spanish Club 4, Miami High
School, Miami, Oklahoma 4.
CHARLOTTE WEBBER - Glee club 3, 4, ciass play 3, dramatics club 2, 3, 4, operetta 4, ski club2,
stamp club 4, square dance club 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, camera club 3, music festival 3. 4.
KENNETH PEARSALL - Band i, 2, 3, 4, choir 2, 3, 4, trumpet trio 3, foobtall 4, dramatics club 4, letter-
men's club 4, operetta, brass sextette 2, 3, 4, drum and bugle corps 2, student choir director 4, trumpet
JOANNE FIELDS - Honor Graduate, McNary High School McNary, Arizona, l, Wickes High School,
Wickes, Arkansas, 2, DeQueen High School, DeQueen, Arkansas, 3, girls' hiking club 4, scretary-treasurer 4,
Future Homemakers of America, 4, treasurer 4.
EARL BRANHAM - Lwzinger High School, Hawthorne, California, l, Phoenix Union High School, Phoenix,
Arizona, l, Henderson High School, Henderson, Nevada, 2, Hanford High School, Hanford, California 2,
band 3, 4, choir 4.
MARJORIE WARFIELD - Operetta l, choir i, 2, 3, 4, commercial club 4, music festival 2, 3, 4.
KENNETH HARKEY - Operetta l, carnival 2, football, basketball, baseball manager, 3, 4, intramurals
3, circus 3, lettermen's club 3, 4, science club 3, 4, National Athletic Honor Society 4, dramatics club 4.
ROMONA OSTERFELD - Honor Graduate, class president i, 3, 4, dramatics club 2, 3, 4, choir i, 2, 3, 4,
science club 2, 3, National Honor Society 4, New Spanish Club 3, 4, letterwomen's club l, 2, 3, 4,
operetta l, 4.
JOHN ASHE - Honor Graduate, Goodwell High School, Goodwell, Oklahoma, l, 2, 3, square dance
IRENE VASQUEZ - Old Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Future Homemakers of America 4, commercial club 4.
JOHNNY HIGDEN - Football i, 3, 4, letterman 4, lettermen's club 4, carnival i, 2, intramurals 2, 3, 4.
JACQUELINE SYKES - Honor Graduate, Drum and Bugle Corps l, 2, 3, 4, vice-president 4, class play
3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Dramotics Club l, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 2, 3, band 3, 4, choir 3, 4,
Camera Club 3, operetta l, 2.
JOHN WHIPP - New Spanish Club 4.
LESTA PIPER - Office orderly 3, Future Homemakers of America 4.
DEAN ROUNTREE -- Football 2, intramurals 2, 3, carnival 2, 3, boy's hiking club 2.
SUSAN MARTINEZ - Letterwomen's club l, 2, 3, 4, intramurals l, 2, 3, 4, Future Homemakers of America
4, secretary 4, commercial club 4, Old Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, secretary, 4.
MARJORIE GODWIN - Honor graduate, operetta l, bancl l, 2, class play 3, camera club 2, 3, square
dance club 3, 4, New Spanish Club 4.
ELVIRA HERRERA - Old Spanish Club 4, commercial club 4, Future Homemakers of America 4,
MARY LOU !SAACS - Point award 2, class secretary-treasurer 2, choir 2, 3, 4, dramatics club l, 2, 3, 4,
vice-president 4, cheer leader 2, 3, 4, drum and bugle corps 4, class play 3, letterwomen's club 4,
music 'festival 3, 4.
BETTY LEE ISAACS - Cheer leader 2, 3, 4, dramatics club 2, 3, 4, secretary 3, 4, commercial club 4,
letterwomen's club 4, choir 2, 3,4, drum and bugle corps 4, music Festival 2, 3, 4, operetta 4, circus 3,
carnival i, 2.
MARY ANN WALDHAUS - Letterwomen's club l, 2, 3, 4, dramotics club l, 2, 3, 4, ski club 2, 3, 4,
drum and bugle corps 2, 3, 4, "Sweet Sixteen" 3, class secretary-treasurer l, choir 3, band 2, music
festival 2, 3.
BERNERD JACKSON - Football letterman 2, 3, 4, lettermen's club 2, 3, 4, "Pardon My Ancestors", prop-
erty manager 4, dramatics club 3, 4, Christmas Program 3, 4, class secretary-treasurer 3.
FRANCES VASQUEZ - Old Spanish Club 3, 4, carnival 3, commercial club 4, Future Homemakers of
SOPHIE GALLEGOS - Old Spanish Club 3, 4, commercial club 4, Future Homemakers of America 4.
TONY TACHIAS - Operetta l, 4, football 2, 4, basketball 3, lettermen's club 4, National Athletic Scholar-
ship Society, gle club l, 2, 3, 4, Old Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, music festival 2, 3, 4.
FLORENCE BEGAY v Valedictorian, Ganado Mission High School, Ganaclo, Arizona, l, 2, square dance
club 3, 4, music festival 3, 4, choir 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, secretary-treasurer 4, intramurals 3, 4.
GLORIA YOUNG - Office orderly 3.
LORRAINE KAVATHAS W Choir l, 2, 3, 4, dramatics club 2, 3, 4, letterwomeri's club 2, 3, 4, president
4, commercial club 4, vice president 4, drum and bugle corps 2, 3, 4, operetta l. 4, music festival 2, 3, 4.
EARL SLIPHER - Dramatics club l, 2, 3, chess club l, intramural l, 2, ski club l, "Stoney's Bride" 3,
carnival 2, 3, Green and Brown staff 4.
MILDRED LEVINE - Honor graduate, Lawton High School, Lawton, Oklahoma l, 2, Poplar High School,
Poplar. Montana 3, choir 4, square dance club 4, science club 4, carnival 4.
GLENNON KINGSLEY - Honor Graduate, Tombstone High School, Tombstone, Arizona l, 2, 3, New
Spanish Club, science club 4.
SHIRLEY SAUER - Glee club l, 4, Jr. Red Cross I, Clarkdale High High, Clarkdale, Arizona 2, Winslow
High School, Winslow, Arizona 3, music festival 4.
CHARLES RANDOLPH - Holbrook High School, Holbrook, Arizona l, 2, 3, Green and Brown staff 4.
"Give me long disTance, please. I would
like To speak To Miss JuaniTa Allen, Culver
CiTy, CaIiTornia. I-lello, JuaniTa, This is Char-
loTTe. I phoned To see iT There isn'T some way
To induce you To come To The class reunion
"CharloTTe, I Think- - - 'I
"Oh, JuaniTa, you iusT have To come! Re-
member Florence Begay and Freeda John-
sTon? Florence is a docTor and Freeda a
nurse in The same hospiTaI, They seem To be
doing Tine excepT Tor The TacT ThaT noT a per-
son has come ouT oT The hospiTal in decenT
condiTion yeT. Verna YaTes, who did The arT
work Tor our Kinlani, is The dress designer Tor
a Tamous shop back easT. I-Ier creaTions are
really The rage. Ken Pearsall and Bernard
Jackson are Tlying in TonighT. IT seems Ken
had his band aT Ciros Tor a week, and he
couldn'T make iT sooner. I-le has worked hard
To make his band The success iT is Today, and
he inTorms me ThaT The band is leaving Tor
New York CiTy immediaTeIy aTTer our reunion.
Bernard has a chain oT elecTric appliance
sTores across The counTry. UndoubTedIy you
have heard oT JACKSONS ELECTRIC AP-
PLIANCE STORES wiTh The slogan, "IT you
need iT, we have iT." Charles Corey and
Ralph GoiTa are big-wigs in The sTock markeT.
Charles is leaving on a Trip Through Europe,
and Ralph will spend The summer in Florida
aT one oT his Three summer homes. Talk
abouT Taking IiTe easy!"
"CharloTTe, I have been Trying To Tell you
ThaT - - - "
"And JuaniTa, iT you ever IisTen To "l.iTe
wiTh Sally Mason" you should recognize The
voice oT BeTTy Simmons. She has made guiTe
a radio career as Sally Mason. Ken I-Iarkey
is running a huge deparTmenT sTore Tor
Charles Knoles. IT is aImosT impossible To see
eiTher one oT Them in Their oTTices, as Their
waiTing rooms are usually. crowded wiTh girls.
They are boTh quiTe The glamour boys. Vickie
MarTinez, Susan MarTinez, and Elisa Rocha are
all sTenographers Tor some large Tirm in Mex-
ico CiTv, and Irene and Frances Vasquez are
running a large summer resorT in Mexico.
I've been Told ThaT They really are doing The
business. Remember Tom SoTo? I-le is an
engineer, and his laTesT brain child is To build
a bridge across The ATIanTic. Salvador CorTez
and Angel MarTinez, who own a huge sTeel
TacTory, will supply The sTeel Tor The consTruc-
Tion. GiIberT SechrisT, now known as Dr.
SechrisT, is here wiTh his wiTe, The Tormer
Carol FIinT. They IeTT GiIberT, Jr., wiTh his
grandmoTher, so ThaT They could enioy Their
vacaTion. I saw I-Iarold Souris down Town and
he hiT The iackpoT when he became manager
oT a large Chicago bank. The brain oT our
chemisTry class is now addressed as General
Kingsley, and is now Trying To invenT a higher
rank. Sophie Gallegos and Elvira I-Ierrera
have a Spanish resTauranT souTh oT The border
and Their Tood is really hoTI Alice Juarez and
Toni Magan are boTh married and living in
SouTh America. They wired and said iT
would be impossible Tor Them To aTTend This
"Please, CharloTTe, leT me - - - "
"JusT waiT unTiI I Tinish Telling you abouT
everybody. Jackie STepp is modeling Tor
Powers Model Agency. Carol Douglass and
Marjorie WarTield are married and busy wiTh
Their children. They boTh send Their children
To Godwin's Day Nursery. Poor Marjorie
Godwin! IT you need anoTher problem child,
iusT see her! I-IarrieT Deaver has probably
wriTTen you abouT her Teaching posiTion here
in FIagsTaTT. She says ThaT Teaching is her
career, buT Trom The laTesT reporT she has
Tound someone more inTeresTing. Bob Knoles
and his wiTe, Beverly Wensel, will aTTend our
reunion. They have several large bakeries
back easT, and he is planning To build anoTher
in San Francisco. Guess who has a garage
here in Town? Earl Slipher is selling cars by
The hundreds wiTh signs on The back reading:
"This car came Trom SLIPI-lER'S." OT course
you have heard abouT MilTon Evans and his
Tamous UniversiTy oT SouThern CaIiTornia
Team. They are now Training To go To
Europe. ThaT wonderTuI skier, Mary Ann
Waldhaus, is The ski Trainer here aT The Ari-
zona Sno-Bowl. I-Ier record is excelIenT wiTh
only TiTTeen sTudenTs ouT oT TwenTy having
broken legs. Joanne Fields is in England sTudy-
ing living condiTions and is Thinking oT mov-
ing There To esTablish her home. In I-IoIly-
wood Jackie Sykes in making her TenTh pic-
Ture, "DeaTh by The LighT oT a Candle."
I-lorrible sounding, isn'T iT? Try To Tly To
Flag on a T.W.A. plane, and you mighT see
Gloria Young who is now an Air I-IosTess Tor
lhem. The newesl Associaled Press Pholo-
grapher is none olher lhan Mirs Salran. I-le
is climbing up lhe ladder ol success rapidly.
Say, did I ever explain lhe exlra bones in lhal
X-ray I look while you were here? l linally
discovered lhal I had accidenlly sluck my
linger in lhe machine when l look lhe pic-
lure. John Whipp, lhe shrimp ol o u r
class - - - "
"The one who used lo wear such prelly
plaid shirls lo school?"
"Yes. I-le now owns a large inn al Belle-
monl, and he has a couple ol privale secre-
laries, Lois Burman who wasn'l much bigger
lhan John, and Calherine Cohenour, who was.
Marv Lou Bells is now leaching physics in
dear old Fl-IS, and Myrlle Smilh is head ol
lhe language deparlmenl. We have several
Dr. Pepper Companies here in lown, and il
isn'l a rare sighl lo see John Ashe, Jr., who
is manager ol lhe lirm. Al presenl, il ap-
pears lhal Earl Branham and Eugene Blocker
will nol be here lor lhe reunion because ol
a lew dillicullies lhey encounlered on lheir
Iasl archeological lrip lo Sunsel Craler - il
seems lhe volcano erupled soon aller lhey
reached lhe lop. Mildred Ellsworlh and Dona
Dale bolh have husbands leaching al A.S.C.
We have inviled lheir husbands lo lhe re-
union loo, because many could nol come
olherwise. Roland Anderson is lo be in Flag.
in a lew days wilh his Spanish band lealuring
Tony Tachias, lhal lamous dancer lrom Brazil.
They are leaving lor New York aller lhe re-
union. Kenl Eller, lhe labulously weallhy
agricullurisl lrom Oak Creek called me loday
and asked il lhere would be a nursery lor
children because he would like lo bring his
lhree sels ol lwins. Admiral Elias Luevano
relurned home lor a lilleen day leave. I-le
has spenl mosl ol his lile in lhe navy, bul he
is gelling gray and has lo relire soon. John-
ny I-ligden and Charles Randolph are compel-
ing nexl week lor lhe world's paperweighl
championship. They are bolh near lhe lop
in lhe boxing prolession. Dean Roundlree has
iusl purchased a new plane in which he hopes
lo lly around lhe world. We have all wished
him lhe besl ol luck. The newesl Nobel Prize
winner is Lesla Piper, lhe lamous scienlisl, lor
her research on aloms. Leonard Owen has
gone lar beyond any expeclalions as a lawyer.
Bill Jakle is al presenl al lhe nalional goll
lournamenl al Pebble Beach, and he is ex-
pecled lo show up well. An essay conlesl,
wilh S5000 in prizes, is now open and is spon-
sored bv Lupe Porlillo. Louis is now doing
bookkeping and privale secrelarial work lor
Lupe, and his lalesl accomplishmenl is laking
down shorlhand noles al 300 words a minule.
Dirck Rolly is a loresl ranger al lhe lop ol
Mounl I-lumphrey. I-le is slill an ardenl ski
lan. Jack June, now one ol lhe richesl men
in San Francisco, runs a reslauranl in China-
lown. Millon is going lo have some slill
compelilion, because Bill Zaner has iusl
signed a conlracl lo coach al lhe Universily
ol Arizona. The Indian goods cerlainly made
a hil wilh lhose New Yorkers. Ann I-lubbs
has been guile successlul as lhe chiel re-
ceplionisl al lhe Presiclenl's mansion in Wash-
inglon, D. C. The lsaac lwins are cheer lead-
ers lor lhe Porlland I-lol Shols, a professional
baskelball leam. One can almosl buv a whole
meal al "Ye Olde Delicalessen Shoppeef'
which is owned bv Lorraine Kavalha. Sybil
Marlin and Lvndella McLaws are members ol
a championship lwirling unil. They cerlainly
have gone lar since lhev gradualed lrom
high school. Il vou go lo lhe Ice Follies, don'l
miss Romona Oslerleld. She is lheir main al-
lraclion. l saw Iasl year's show, and Mona
was wonderlul. ll doesn'l sem possible lhal
she is a prolessional skaler. Dr. Mildred Le-
vine has done so much lor mankind by her
lireless brain surgery. l-ler main helper is
nurse Shirley Sauer. lsn'l lhal mosl ol lhe
kids lrom our class? Now go ahead and
lell me whal you have been lrying lo say.
You say lhal lhe Los Angeles Times has giv-
en you a vacalion and lhal vou are coming
lo lhe reunion aller all? Oh, Dear! I You
should have lold me sooner, and l wouldn'l
have bolhered lo lell you all lhis. I knew you
would make il some howe. We'lI see you al
lhe reunion ol lhe class ol '48l Bye now! I
Three of our high school yeors hove slip-
ped by, ond only our senior yeor remoins be-
fore us. We ore ropidly reaching our gocil,
groduotion. When we storted os freshmen,
this gool wos o foint ideo, too for in the
future for us to comprehend, but now we
reolize thot our hopes ond dreoms ore soon
to come true.
We wish to thonk our sponsors, Mr. R.
W. Wheeler, Mrs. Moble Nettle, ond Mrs.
Dorothy Brierley for the splendid woy in
which they hove helped us to moke this yeor
o success. Our junior ploy oncl prom were
corriecl out ond put on os they were moinly
becouse' of our sponsors' ossistonce in our
4 f. ' RAUL GARCIA
1 ' president
R. W. WHEELER
DAVID JENNY VERNE MARY CHARLES
GREER RAMIREZ HULL SCOTT ASHLEY
IVA RODNEY LUPE PAUL BETTY
CRAWLEY BATES NIETO BRANHAM WIERMAN
BOB LA RENE JACK CELIA WAYNE
RENNER MILLER WALLACE TACHIAS KILLINGSWORTH
MARGARET TED DENEEN DON DONNA
HUTCHISON GLAAB CLARK KRING THOMPSON
CARLOS GERALDINE PHILIP DELPHINE ANGEL
MAYORGA RICHARDS MIGUEL GARRIDO GOMEZ
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Holt of our high school doys ore over,
ond we ore looking forword with eogerness
ond onticipcition to our remaining two. Our
experiences os underclossmen con never be
forgotten, ond our dciys os upperclossmen
should offer us new triols cmd new oppor-
tunities. Moy we meet these with the true
FHS spirit. A
Without the help of .Mr. Allen, Mr.
Micke, ond Miss Douglcis, we could not
hove ccirried out our activities os we did. To
them is due much credit, ond we toke this
opportunity to soy, thcink you.
H. W. MICKE
JOE MARTI NEZ
J, s. ALLEN
PATTON GERKI N
ROBERT JEAN GENE
OHNLETTER SEATON ETTER
MARY ANN JULIAN
MIKE RHODA DICK
YBARRA DENT LUEKER
RUTH JIMMY RUTH ANN
LUKUS THAMES LEWELLEN
DANIEL MARGE NED
ALVARADO PENDLEY CAGLE
MARGARET TED EVELYN
BABBITT MCCREARY JORDAN
MARGARET BILL CATHERINE
BURNETT RICE VAN COURT
LOUIS ANN BOB
GONZALES JANSEN MCCORMICK
We hove just had o toste of high school
life, cmd we think it's greotl At first every-
thing wcis new to us, ond we hcicl lots to
leo rn, but soon we become ocquointed with
your woys ond leorned how to get cilong
Our sponsors, Mr. Willioms, Mr. Moore,
Mr. Sonders, ond Miss McNerNey hcive
worked hord this yecir to get us stortecl
right. We wont to thcink them, ond we hope'
thcit our remaining high school dciys mciy bet
cis full ot good times oncl occomplishments
os this yecir wos.
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MARTINEZ HOGGARD COBB
TRINI ROSARIO STEVEN
GARCIA DIAZ AGINIGA
MARY JOHN DOROTHY MAE
ROBERSON EATON HALL
DARRELL OLA MAE CHESTER
MILLER WILLIAMS WOODS
ANITA DON GWENDOLYN
FUENTES GARBARINO MCBRIDE
BILLY MARVA MANUEL
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WILFRED KILLIP f rfb ' assistant coach
assistant coach !1A'.7p
Despite the tact that tew championships have been garnered during the past tew years,
Flagstatt High School athletics has played a large role in our school lite and deserves consider-
able credit tor the wondertul school spirit toundnat EHS, and coaches who have spent long hours
training the boys deserve much praise.
In the tootball season this year the Eagles came out near the top with six wins, one loss, and
one tie. Our loss to St. Johns determined the Northern championship, and our tie with Win-
slow put the Eagles and the Winslow Bulldogsnin a tie tor second place.
The basketball season tor the Eagles was average as we won 7 and lost 9: but the boys
showed their tight in the tournament winning 2 games and losing 2. The loss to Clarkdale by I
point kept the Eagles tram going to the state tournament.
EHS also had teams in baseball, skiing, track, tennis, and golt. These teams upheld the true
spirit ot our school in all meets. 1
We wish to thank our coaches tor the teams they produced this year, and we want them to
know that win or lose, we will always be behind them.
MARY LOU ISAACS
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To serve as a climax To a successTul TooT-
ball season all TooTball squad members and
Their TaThers were TeTed aT a Turlcey dinner
held in Their honor on November I2. The
l73 men in aTTendance were served by
iunior and senior girls. The TooTball din-
ner, which was sTarTed by Dr. C. W. Se-
chrisT 4 years ago, has been a successTul
and happy occasion Tor The boys aT The
end of The season.
AT every game The sTudenT body baclc-
ed our Team and could be counTed on To
give The boys encouragemenT under all
Our Tour cheerleaders did an excellenT
iob oT organizing The cheering secTion and
could be depended on, rain or shine, To
lead The yells which helped lead The boys
BETTY LEE ISAACS
'It 27 ,,.,.,,,, ,,,A.... I3 Iagslall .,,Y,,,,A ,Y,,,,,, S eplemloer I9
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Kennelln I-Iarlcey Tom Ivlallwews Dale Barney
RAUL GARCIA '49
TOM SOIO '48
DANIEL ALVARADO '50 WM. CORNECRD '50
5'5" I3O 5'8" I35
DICK BEAVER '49 BILL JAKLE '48
5'I0": I50 5'9": I45
JOI-IN I-IIGDEN '48
BOB KNOLES '48
CARLOS MAYQRGA '49 RICHARD YBARRA '50 BILL ZANER '48 JACK WALLACE '49
End End Quarferback Guard
6'I"g I65 5'Il"y I65 5'9"g I60 5'B"' I60
KENNETH PEARSALL '48 LAWRENCE
End I-IERIVIAN '49
6'I"7 I60 I'IaIIbacIc: 5'I0"y I45
TONY TACI-IIAS '48
JERRY GIBSON '50
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RALPH GOITIA '48
TONY GABALDON '49
SPEEDY CASTILLO '50 CHARLES COREY '50 EUGENE BLOCKER '48 SILVER BARRERAS '50
End Guard Guard Guard
6" I5O 5'II"' I7O 5'9"' I5O 5'II"' I65
MILTON EVANS '48 DON BIRD '49 GILBERT SECI-IRIST '48 LEONARD OWEN '48
Fullback TackIe Guard TackIe
5'I I"1 ITD 5'IO"g I75 5'9"f I75 6'y I7O
NERD JACKSON '48 DAVID GREER '48
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E. Armiio, R. Baca. J. Busfamenfe, C. Campion, L. Cancino, D. Chiappelfi, B. Howe, J. Olmsleacl, J. Sansom, D. Zclner, T.
Garcia, W. Benally, M. Jiminez, R. Grannen, B. Beckley, F. Kuhn, J. Montoya, R. Elvey, D. Kring, J. Vallez, J. Worischeck
G. Sechrisl, B. Cornlord, J. Chavez, H. Galzaldon, J. Bradford, T. Willis, R. Garcia, D. Alvarado, B. Cornford, J. Higden
K. Cogdill, T. Soto, D. Deaver, R. Jones, D. Gomez, B. Jakle, D. Guthrie, B. Knoles, C. Mayorga, P. Miguel, R. Morales, Fl
Ruiz, F. Salrusiegui, L. Warfield, R. Ybarra, B. Zaner, J. Waflace, J. Mariinez, T. Tachias, K. Pearsall, J. Backs, L. Herman,
J. Gibson. A. Gomez, R. Goifia, T. Gobaldon, P. Hubbard, E. Castillo, C. Corey, E. Blocker, S. Barreras, S. Aginiga, M.
Evans, D. Bird, G. Neal, C. Sechrisf, L. Owen, B. Jackson, D. Greer, M. Ybarra.
Fred Monioya, Milton Evans, Carlos Mayorgo, Speedy Castillo, Frank Salruslegui, Paul Lopez, Ralph Goifia, Tony
Gabaldon, Tom Mathews, Bill Zaner, Bill Jakle, Raul Garcia, managers: Kenneth Harkey and Dole Barney, and Coaches
Don Clark and Fred Anderson.
EGEEJLGS' Score Opponenls Score
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Kenneilw l-larkey Dale Barney
MILTON EVANS '48
5'I I"1 I7O
RALPI-I GOITIA '48
RAUL GARCIA '49
TOM MATH EWS '49
FRED MONTOYA '49
5'I I", I5O
SPEEDY CASTILLO '50
PAUL LOPEZ '49
5' I I"I l6O
BILL JAKLE '48
TONY GABALDON '49
BILL ZANER '48
FRANK SATRUSTEGUI '49
6' I "I I5O
CARLOS IVIAYORGA '49
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unior Varsit Basketball
Angel Gomez, Joe Martinez, Ted McCreary, Donald Skaggs, Lorenzo Fernandez, Richard Ybarra,
Robert Morales, Daniel Alvarado, David Gomez, Paul Hubbard, John Vallez.
unior Varsity Football
Joe Martinez, Donald Kring, John Vallez, Carl Sechrist, Raymond Jones, Paul Hubard, Joe Chavez
John Bradford, Ted Willis, Kenneth Cogdill, David Gomez, Angel Gomez, Don Guthrie, Philip Miguel
Robert Morales, Fred Ruiz, Frank Safrustegui, Lloyd Warfield, Jim Backs, Mike Ybarra.
BOYS' A TEAM
Dirck Rotfy, Paul Hubbard, Robert Knoles,
Gilbert Sechrist, Marshall Knoles, alternate,
BOYS' B TEAM
Dick Deaver, Kenneth Cogdill, .lack Beamer,
Fred Kuhn, Ted McCreary
GIRLS' A TEAM
Mary Ann Walclhaus, Beverly Wensel, Leila
Rice, Margaref Babblfl, Carol Flinl, Vera
April 3 Camp Verde MEETS: April I7 Holbrook
April 24 Winslow April 29 State Meet, Tucson
Steven Aginiga, Robert Cornford, Roger Ardrey, Silver Barreras, Don Bird, Speedy Castillo, Joe Chavez,
Don Chiappetti, Charles Compton, Bill Corntord, Dick Deaver, Bill Etter, Milton Evans, Paul Garcia,
David Gomez, Lawrence Herman, George Holt, Bill Howe, O'Neal Kelsey, David Kincanon, Marshall
Knoles, Ted Lilley, Paul Link, Ted McCreary, Robert Morales, Jack Morrow, Garland Neal, Jack Olm-
stead, Leonard Owen, Charles Reynolds, Joe Sampson, Melvin Sanderson, Mike Shields, Tom Soto, Joe
Worischeck, Mike Ybarra, Dick Zaner, ,
Dirck Rotty, Dick Lueker, John Higden, Raymond Jones, Juanita Allen, Harriet Deaver, Lyndella McLaws,
Pat Martin, Shirley Books, Carol Flint, Evelyn Jordan, Carolee Ek, Margaret Davis.
April 2 Ashtork April 2l Winslow lvlay 8 Seligman
April 3 Kingman April 30 Slate Tournament lvlay l4 Kingman
April lo Seligman May 7 Winslow May I5 Ashtork
Verne Hull, Norman Johnson, Donald Kelsey, Bob Knoles, Paul Link, Dick Lueker, Torn Mathews, Joe
Martinez, Leonard Owen, Kenneth Pearsoil, James Rawlinson, James Sonsom, Dori Bird, Don Chiappetti,
Bill Corntord, Dick Deaver, Milton Evans, Raul Garcia, Lawrence Herman, Garland Neal, Joe Sampson,
Robert Elvey, Bill Jakle, Frank Satrustegui, Paul Hubbard, Dillard Crawley, Bob Corntord, Jerry Gibson,
Walter Burton, Robert Barnes, Kenneth Harkey, Jack Beamer, Lloyd Warfield, Jack Wallace, Kenneth
Cogdill, Charles Compton, Bill Jo Wright, Angel Gomez, Simmie Beckhum, Jim Backs, Kent Etter,
Rodney Bates, Charles Reynolds.
Bob Knoles, Bill Jakle, Billy McCullough.
Boys' Intramurals Basketball
ZND PLACE, IIA
3 RD PLACE, IOC
Girls, Intramurals Volleyball
JUNIORS - WINNERS
Shirley Books, Geraldine Richards, Helen Martinez, Isabel Goitia, Betty Wierman, Darlene Anderson
Betty Barnes, Sofie Truiiillo, Delphine Garriclo, Margaret Martinez, Nellie Soto.
ALL STAR TEAM
Juanita Allen, Mary Ann Walclhaus, Susan Martinez, Harriet Deaver, Isabel Goitia, Marva Hoel
Darlene Anderson, Carmen Mayorga, Matilda Contreras, Florence Begay, Beverly Wensel, Nellie Soto
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BETTY SIMMONS VERNA YATES
Business Manager ArT EdiTor
The Kinlani sTaTT has worked diligenTly during The yasT year To make This Kinlani Tops in
every way. Now ThaT The book is ouT we are sure ThaT iT was worTh all The Time and eTTorT spenT
on iT. We hope ThaT iT will recall happenings To you and help To make your high school days long
The journalism class helped wriTe The sTories and collecT maTerial Tor This book: The busi-
ness manager soliciTed adds and raised The money Tor The book: The school phoTographers Took
The picTures7 and The ediTor had The overall iob OT seeing ThaT These Things were done righT and
aT The proper Time. She also had To prooT-read The maTerial and revise iT where necessary.
Mr. Brooksby, our sponsor, has helped us mosT oT all. Through his unTireing eTTorTs This year-
book has been sTarTed and Tinished, and we wish To Thank him Tor making This yearbook pos-
MIROSLAV SATRAN CHARLES ASHLEY
The FlagsTaTT High School band, under The direcTion oT Mr. James Williams, had a ToTal oT ll4
members This year, The largesT enrollmenT oT any year in The school's hisTory.
As an acTive organizaTion The band Took parT in many social evenTs: clubs, assemblies, concerTs,
and The spring music TesTival. ln November The STaTe Fair inviTed This musical group To play during
The day. This was The TirsT Time our band had had The privilege oT going To The Tair.
Members include The Tollowing: George AndreaTos, Roger Ardrey, Simmie Beckham, Bruce Beck-
ley, John BradTord, KenneTh Cogdill, Charles CompTon, Jerry CrockeTT, Tony Gabaldon, Bob Gruver,
Don GuThrie, Bill l-lowe, Paul l-lubbard, l-lerman Jaramillo, Marshall Knoles, Dick Lueker, Joe MarTinez,
Tom MaThews, RoberT Morales, Garland Neal, KenneTh Pearsall, Jack Morrow, Darlene Anderson, Vir-
ginia Baker, BeTTy Barnes, Bonnie BradTord, Bill Russell, Carl SechrisT, Julian Taylor, John Vallez, Dick
Zaner, KiT Kirby, Vivian Parker, Maxine Poison, Billy RuTh Rice, BeTTy Jean RiTchey, Mary Ellen Rober-
son, Alice Sandoval, JeanneTTe Sego, PaTricia STarr, Judy SuTTle, Bonnylu SwiTT, Lucy Vergara, Louise
Williams, Jacqueline Sykes, Dona Dale, l-lelen l-larper, STeven Aginiga, Nick AndreaTos, Elmer Armiio,
Ray Baca, Joe BabbiTT, Silver Barreras, Earl Branham, Paul Branham, Ned Cagle, Louis Cancino, Don
ChiappeTTi, RoberT CornTord, Bill CornTord, Dillard Crawley, Gene ETTer, Bobby FelTs, l-lenry Gabal-
don, Trini Garcia, David Gomez, Floyd Gomez, Roland Grannen, Bill Jakle, Raymond Jones, George
KavaThas, David Kincannon, Bob Knoles, Frank Marin, LeRoy MarTin, Bill McCullough, Ted McCreary,
Jack OlmsTead, Joe Pinkard, James Rawlinson, Freddy Ruiz, Don Skaggs, Lloyd WarTield, Mike Ybarra,
Richard Ybarra, KenneTh Pearsall, MargareT BabbiTT, MargareT Davis, l-larrieT Deaver, Ann Ellis, EThel
Godwin, Connie Lee l-luTTer, Evelyn Jordan, RuTh Ann Lewellen, Lyndella, McLaws, CaTherine Van
CourT, and Marjorie Wong.
The Flagslall High School choir was composed ol I69 members which included a good represen-
lalion lrom each class. The group sponsored rallles, concerls, and various evenls lo raise m o n e y lor
robes which lhey wore in lhe spring leslival. They also presenlecl lhe annual Chrislmas Conlala.
Mr. James Williams was music direclor, ancl Kennelh Pearsall was sludenl direclor.
Those enrolled in lhe class were Roger Ardrey,Simmie Beckham, Kennelh Codgill, Charles Comp-
lon, Jerry Croclcell, Diclc Beaver, Bill Eller, Tony Gabaldon, Paul Hubbard, Herman Jaramillo, Mare
shall Knoles, Diclc Luelcer, Joe Marlinez, Tom Malhews, Roberl Morales, Garland Neal, Kennelh Pear-
sall, Lupe Porlillo, Franlc Salruslegui, Carl Sechrisl, Tony Tachias, Julian Taylor, Diclc Zaner, Jack Mor-
row, Diclc Johnson, Allred Tachias, Wanda Borders, Margie Dale, Shirley Sauer, Belly Barnes, Flor-
ence Begay, Shirley Boolcs, Bonnie Bradlord, Carolyn Burman, Lois B u r m a n, Malilda Conlreras, lva
Crawley, Dona Dale, Delphine Garrido, Isabel Goilia, Dora Gonzales, Marva Hoel, Marga-
rel Hulchison, Helen Jwcguez, Freeda Johnslon, Lorraine Kavalhas, Jean Killredge, M a ry
Klopping, Pal Marlin, Palricia Mays, Helen Marlinez, Margarel Marlinez, Pally Newsom, Lupe Nie-
lo, Romona Oslerleld, Marilyn Overson, Belly Lou Pa g e, Vivian Parker, Winnilred Pearsall, Marge
Pendley, Margarel Pessarra, Maxine Poison, Jo Ann Prall, Geraldine Richards, Belly Jean Rilchey,
Mary Ellen Roberson. Armida Sanchez, Carmen Sanchez, Alice Sandoval, Juanila Sedillo, Jea-
nelle Sego, Belly Simmons, Palricia Slarr, Judy Sullle, Bonnylu Sw i ll, Jacqueline Sylces,
Celia Tachias, Soohie Truiillo, Anna Vaplon, Lucy Vergara, Charlolle Webber, Louise Williams, L y n-
della McLaws, Olga Navarro, Margie Sauer, Sleven Aginioa, Elmer Armiio, Joe Babbill, Ray Baca,
Silver Barreras, Earl Branham, Ned Cagle, Louis Cancino, Don Chiappelli, Roberl Cornlord, Dillard
Crawley, Henry Gabaldon. Trini Garcia, David Gomez, Ronald Grannen, Bill Jalcle, Raymond Jones,
George Kavalhas, Fred Kuhn. LeRoy Marlin, Angel Marlinez, Ted McCreary, Bill McCullough, Joe
Pinlcard, James Rawlinson, Fred Ruiz, Don Slcaggs,Milce Ybarra, Richard Ybarra, Floyd Gomez, Mar-
garel Babbill, Marv Lou Bells, Fay Corey, Margarel Croclcell, Margarel D avis, Harriel Deaver,
Carolee Elc. Ann Ellis, Mildred Ellsworlh, lda Belle Emery, Irene Encinias, Frances Gabaldon, Sally Gar-
cia, Elhel Godwin, Marlha Hernandez, Ann Hubbs, Connie Huller, Belly Lee Isaacs, Mary Lou lsaacs,
Evelyn Jordan, Rulh Ann Lewellen, Rulh Lulcus, Alice Marlinez, Ann McVey, Mary Me-lendez, Dorolhy
Mesa, Mary Navarro, Jennie Rameriz, Sylvia Thornlori, Calherine VanCourl, Margarel Vasquez, Edilh
Walker, Mariorie Warlield, Mariorie Wong, and Mildred Levine.
An outstanding event ot
the school year was the all-
school operetta, "The Chimes
of Normandy," l:y W. O.
Robinson and Spencer Corn-
will, which was presented un-
-gl e r th e direction of Mr.
la m es Williams and Mrs.
Dorothy Brierley. Other tac-
u lty members helped in
making the production a suc-
"The Chimes ot Norman-
dy" is an exciting and ad-
venturous story ot a young
couple who live in Norman-
dy, France, during the reign
at Louis XV. The heroine,
Germaine, falls in love with
Henri, Count di Cornville,
who returns her love, A
'nuddle of affairs almost
separates the two, but the
final curtain comes down
with the lovers happily re-
Chorus of maidens, peasants,
men servants, coachmen, and
maid servants - a selected
group from the high school
m and Bugle Corps
Under lhe sponsorship ol Mr. James Williams lhe drum and bugle corps
compleled an aclive year, and helped lo slimulale morale and good sporls-
manship al all sporls evenls. Il lullilled lhis purpose by perlorming al all lool-
ball games, marching in lhe I-IalIowe'en parade, and laking parl in lhe Pi Kap
Vaudeville Show al lhe college. In March lhe corps presenled ils annual lor-
mal dinner-dance al lhe Monle Visla l'IoleI.
Ollicers were Beverly Wensel, presidenlg Jacqueline Sykes, vice-presiclenl:
Lorraine Kavalhas, social manager: and Margarel Babbill, secrelary-lreas-
Drum maior was Marshall Knoles, who was also caplaing and Lieulenanl
maiorelles were Lyndella McLaws and Pal Marlin: olher lwirlers included Bev-
erly Wensel, Mary Ann Waldhaus, Mary Lou Isaacs, Belly Lee Isaacs, Win-
nilred Pearsall, Margarel Babbill, Palricia Sweilzer, and Leila Rice.
I-lead buglars were Jacqueline Sykes, caplainq and Belly Barnes, Iieulen-
anl. Margarel I-lulchison, Maxine Crawley, Elhel Godwin, Donna Thomp-
son, Virginia Baker, Jeannelle Sego, Pomona Oslerleld, Vivian Parker, Bon-
nie Bradlord, Pally Ann Mead, Palricia Mays, Mary Joy Fisher, Charlene
Pinnon, and Mary Roloerson were also buglars.
in me lenor drum seclion were Lorraine Kavalhas, caplain, and Rogene
Ross, Iieulenanl, Shirley Books, Dona Dale, Connie Huller, Marjorie Wong,
Pally Newsom, Maxine Polson, and Iva Crawley played snare drums: and
Belly Simmons and Pay Corey were bass drummers.
Plagloearers were Ann Ellis, Billie Rulh Rice, Pally Monlgomery, and Vera
May Beamer, and Rulh Ann Lewellen played lhe glocgenspiel.
This year's Drama Club was sponsored by Mrs. Dorofhy Brierley and fhe officers were as
follows: Presidenf, Beffy Simmons: vice presidenf, Mary Lou Isaacs: secrefary, Beffy Lee Isaacs.
The calendar for fhis year was fheir Annual Picnic in May, Drama Pof Luck in February, a play,
"In Doubf Abouf Daisy," and baskefs of food delivered fo fhe needy on Chrisfmas and Easfer.
The members in fhe Dramafics Club are Roger Ardrey, Margaref Babbiff, J o e Babbiff, B e f f y
Barnes, Dale Barney, Shirley Books, Kennefh Codgill, Iva Crawley, Jerry Crockeff, Carolee Ek,
Ann Ellis, Mary Joy Fisher, Carol Flinf, Sally Garcia, Delphine Garrido, Connie I-luffer, Mar-
garef I-lufchison, Beffy Lee Isaacs, Mary Lou Isaacs, Bernerd Jackson, Lorraine Kavafhas, Mar-
shall Knoles, Dick Lueker, Tommy Mafhews, Paf Marfin, Joe Marfinez, Lyndella McLaws, Ann
McVey, Mary Melendez, Romona Osferfeld, Winnifred Pearsall, Rogerie Ross, Ca rl Sechrisf,
Beffy Simmons, Nellie Sofo, Jacqueline Sykes, Celia Tachias, M a ry Ann Waldhaus, Charloffe
Webber, Beverly Wensel, Evelyn Jordan, Don Chiappeffi, Dick Deaver, Jack Morrow, Kennefh
I-larkey, Freddie Kuhn, Kennefh Pearsall, Charles Compfon, Roberf Elvey, Dick Zaner, Paf
Mays, Vivian Adams, Marva I-loel, Bonnylu Swiff, Anna Marie Shafer and Donald Skaggs.
The purpose of the Letterwomen's Club is to promote
leadership and co-operation among the students and
to recognize athletic ability in girls. Admission to the
club is open to all girls who have earned a let
Officers of the club were president, Lorraine Kov-
athas, vice-president, Juanita Allen, secretary treasurer,
Nellie Soto, and other members were Isobel Goitia, So-
phie Trupillo, Susan Martinez, Mary Melendez, Pat Mar-
tin, Darlene Anderson, Nellie Soto, Margaret Martinez,
Beverly Wensel, Mary Ann Waldhaus, and Romana
Osterfeld. Miss Bertha May White was sponsor of the
Activities of the lettermen during the past year include
the annual Lettermen's Dance, buying a movie camera,
helping sponsor the football banquet, the lettermen's
picnic, sponsoring an all-city grade school basketball
tournament, and selling various articles in the halls at
A boy must have earned a letter in football, basket-
ball, or track, or two minor letters in golf, tennis, or
skiing before he is eligible to become a member. The
purpose of the club is to encourage sportsmanship among
club members and between schools.
Club officers include president, Bob Knoles, vice-presi-
dent, Charles Corey, secretary-treasurer, Ralph Goitia,
and club sponsor is Mr. Don C. Clark. Other mem-
bers are Bill Jakle, LeRoy Martin, Marshall Knoles, Paul
Lopez, Fred Montoya, Gilbert Sechrist, Bernerd Jack-
son, David Greer, Tom Mathews, Angel Martinez, Jerry
Gibson, Don Bird, Tom Soto, Tony Gabaldon, Raul Gare
cia, Kenneth Horkey, Dale Barney, Frank Satrustegui,
Jack June, Dirck Rotty, Paul Hubbard, Lawrence Her-
man, Silver Barreras, Milton Evans, Bill Zaner, Tony
Tachias, Bill Cornford, Carlos Mayorgo, Speedy Castil-
lo, Daniel Alvarado, John I-ligden, Dick Deaver, Jack
Wallace, Eugene Blocker, Richard Ybarra, Leonard Owen,
The National Athletic Scholarship Society was formed
in I925 by a group of secondary school principals in
Washington, D. C., in an attempt to elevate the ideals
of sportsmanship, stimulate a desire for balanced train-
ing, and to develop more outstanding leaders in the
secondary schools of the United States. Any boy in the
tenth, eleventh, or twelfth grades is eligible if he has
earned an athletic letter. His average for three consec-
utive 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
Members this year were Milton Evans, Bill Jakle, Ralph
Goitia, Gilbert Sechrist, Tony Gabaldon, Raul Garcia,
Charles Corey, Bob Knoles, Marshall Knoles, Don Bird,
Tom Soto, Dirck Rotty, Ken Harkey, Paul Lopez, Tom
Mathews, Lawrence Herman, Bill Zaner, Tony Tachias, Car-
los Mayorga, .lack Wallace, Silver Barreras, and Speedy
Gilbert Sechrist was president, Charles Corey, vice-
president, and Raul Garcia, secretory. The society was
under the sponsorship of Coach Don C. Clark.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Every year the high school faculty elects to the Na-
tional Honor Society fifteen percent of the senior class
and five percent of the junior class. To be eligible for
membership in this organization a student must meet
the requirements of character, scholarship, leadership,
and service set forth by the National Association of Sec-
ondary School Principals.
Members from last year include Bob Knoles, Jacqueline
Sykes, Juanita Allen, and Harriet Deaver. Seniors elect-
ed this year were Charlotte Webber, Carol Flint, Betty
Simmons, Romona Osterfeld, Florence Begay, Bill Jakle,
and Ralph Goitia. Juniors elected this year were Bet-
ty Barnes, Nellie Soto, Patty Ann Mead, and Margaret
Officers were Juanita Allen, president, Harriet Deaver,
vice-president, and Florence Begay secretary-treasurer.
The club is sponsored by Mr. R. W. Wheeler.
The club was host to all northern Arizona Societies at
a convention held at Flagstaff High School. Two NHS
members took the national test for scholarships, and
the club as a whole conducted an assembly and an In-
stallation Service for new members.
SQUARE DANCE CLUB
The square dance club, an organization of all stu-
dents interested in square dancing, completed its sec-
ond year in Flagstaff High School. The club met on
Thursday noon for dancing, and business meetings were
held during home room period on the first Friday of
every month. Guest callers were invited to the dance
sessions throughout the year to acquaint the members
with all kinds of calling. An all school square dance
was held, and a film on the fundamentals of square
dancing was shown. Under the sponsorship of Miss
Bertha Moy White the clubs' officers were Harriet
Deaver, president, Roger Ardrey, vice-president, and
Dona Dale, secretary-treasurer.
Other club members include Juanita Allen, Betty
Barnes, Florence Begay, Fay Corey, Margaret Davis,
Carol Douglass, Carolee Ek, Ethel Godwin, Mariorie
Godwin, Ruth Ann Lewellen, Charlotte Webber, Ann
McVey, Barbara Rice, Evelyn Jordan, Raymond Jones,
John Ashe, Joe Babbitt, Kent Etter, Bobby Felts, Cecil
Haggard, George Hall, Norman Johnson, Glennon King-
Iey, Julian Taylor, Ted McCreary, Dick Lueker, and Carl
The science club met every other Wednesday night at
the high school to stimulate interest in science and to
learn more about it. During the year the club enioyed
speakers from the college, a trip to Lowell Observatory,
an all day field trip, a trip to Secret Mountain, student
speakers, movies, and initiation of new members.
Members were Juanita Allen, Betty Barnes, Florence
Begay, Lois Burman, Kenneth Cogdill, Dona Dale, Dick
Deaver, Harriet Deaver, Mary Joy Fisher, Carol Flint,
Kenneth Harkey, Glennon Kingsley, Marshall Knoles, Mil-
dred Levine, Patty Mead, Ann McVey, Charlene Pin-
non, Dirck Rotty, Mary Scott, Gilbert Sechrist, Cath-
erine Van Court, and Paul Hubbard.
This club, which was sponsored by Mr. Micke, had
the following officers: president, Carol Flint, vice-presi-
dent, Harriet Deaver, and secretary-treasurer, Juanita
The Stamp Club is composed of people who wish
to learn more about stamps and the stories behind
them. These people have good albums and each person
has a specialized interest such as blocks, sheets or mint
stamps. Each year one display is planned to attract new
Officers are president, Roger Ardrey, vice-president,
Dick Lueker, secretary-treasurer, Margaret Hutchison, pub-
licity, Charlotte Webber, and club sponsor, Miss Regina
Rousseau. Other members are Jeanne Ellen Ardrey, Ray
Baca, Don Chiappetti, Kent Etter, Carol Flint, Bob Felts,
Roland Grannen, Ruth Ann Lewellen, Ted McCreary, Bill
McCullough, Ann McVey, and Julian Taylor.
NEW SPANISH CLUB
The New Spanish Club, which is under the sponsor-
ship of Miss Olive McNerney, held its meetings on the
fourth Friday of every month. The group had pot-luck
dinners throughout the year and sold ice-cream in the
Club officers were president, Betty Simmons, and
Ramona Osterfeld, secretary. Other members were Dirck
Rotty, Kent Etter, Glennon Kingsley, John Whipp,
Charlene Pinnon, Geraldine Richards, Barbara Brolley,
Don Bird, Mariorie Godwin, Patty Ann Mead, Lois Bur-
man, Carol Flint, Bill Jakle, Bill Zaner, Joe Babbitt, Tom
Mathews, and Lawrence Herman.
OLD SPANISH CLUB
The Old Spanish Club met on the second Friday of
each month during home room period. Members pre-
sented an outstanding assembly program, featuring Mex-
ico in song and dance. Also included during the year
was a pot-luck for new members and Christmas carol-
This club, sponsored by Mr.
McNerney, had 41 members.
Io, president, lrene Vasquez,
tinez, secretary, and Margie
included in the club were I3
Garcia, Ralph Goitia, David
Phillip Miguil, Robert Morales,
Alfred Tachias, John Vallez,
Fidel Baca and Miss Olive
Ofticers were Lupe Forth-
vice-president, Susan Mar-
Martinez, social manager.
boys, Silver Barreras, Raul
Gomez, Carlos Mayorga,
Lupe Fortillo, Tony Tachias,
Mike Ybarra, and Herman
Jaramillo. The 28 girls were Teresa Anaya, Matilda Ccn-
treras, Sophie Gallegos, Isabel Goitia, Elvira Herrera,
Alice Juarez, Elizabeth Luevano, Toni Magana, Alice
Martinez, Helen Martinez, Margie Martinez, Susan Mar-
tinez, Vickie Martinez, Virginia Martinez, Mary Melendez,
Mary Navarro, Lupe Nieto, Loretta Portillo, Elisa Rocha,
Nellie Soto, Celia Tachias, Carmen Mayorga, Sophie
Trupillo, Frances Vasquez, Petra Vergara, and Sally
Under the sponsorship of Mr. Fidel Baca the Com-
mercial Club completed its second year. The club hela
discussions on current business problems, and several
speakers from the college and business houses talkea
on "How to Get A Job' and other subiects related to
business The purpose ot the club is to further interest
in commercial work and to help students realize the re-
sponsibilities of a ,ob.
Activities in which the group participated were a pot-
luck supper and picnics at Oak Creek Canyon. A play
was also presented in an all-school assembly.
Club officers were Tommy Mathews, president, Lor-
raine Kavathas, vi-,e-president, Mary Lou Isaacs, sec-
retary-treasurer, and Lyndella McLaws, social man-
ager. Others in the club were Jerry Crockett, Florence
Begay, Lois Burman, Catharine Cohenour, Donna Dale,
lla Mae Drye, Sophie Gallegos, Elvira Herrera, Mar-
garet Hutchison, Betty Lee Isaacs, Toni Magana, Susan
Martinez, Vickie Martinez, Pat Martin, Marilyn Over-
son, Elisa Rocha, Rogene Ross, Anna Marie Shafer, Jac-
queline Stepp, Donna Thompson, Frances Vasquez, Irene
Vasquez, and Marjorie Warfield.
BOYS' HIKE CLUB
The L-oys in this club hiked on weeks ends, and some
of the hikes were to Jack Smith Cabin, Mount Eldon,
Flagstaff Dairy, Padre Canyon, Devils Kitchen, Court
House Rock, Cathedral Rock, Boynton Canyon, Mount
Eldon, Citadel, Big Park, and Turkey Hills.
Mr. D. F. Pullen sponsored the club and officers were
Lupe Portillo, hike master, Tom Soto, assistant hike
master, Roger Ardrey, secretary-treasurer, and Carl
Sechrist, reporter. Other members include George Ivory,
Donald Skaggs, Ted McCreary, Raymond Jones, Bill Rice,
Dick Lueker, Robert Ohnleiter, Bill McCullough, Bob Corn-
ford, and Paul Link.
GIRLS' HIKING CLUB
Hikes to Lake Mary, the Country Club, Sunset Crater,
Walnut Canyon, the museum, Woody Mountain, Tun-
nel Springs, the observatory, and just on the high-
way proved interesting and enjoyable for the hiking
club during the past year.
The girls also had a spanish supper and ice-cream
social at Miss McNerney's house, and a tobaggoning
party south of Flagstaff.
Club officers were president, Harriet Deaver, vice-
president, Margaret Davis, and secretary-treasurer, Ja-
anne Fields. Other hikers were Juanita Allen, Betty
Barnes, Margaret Pessarra, Ethel Godwin, Ruth Ann Lew-
ellen, Fay Corey, Dona Dale, and Miss Olive McNerney,
THE FUTURE HOMEMAKERS
The Future Homemakers of America is a national
organization of pupils studying homemakin. It of
fers further development of pupil initiative in planning
and carrying out activities related to home mak-
The F. H. A. brings together state groups interested
in, and working toward better home and family liv-
ing. lt sponsors group proiects, local, state, and na-
tional in scope.
Regular meetings are held the third Thursday of
each month, at which time club programs are given, and
special social meetings are held once a month in the
evening in the homemaking rooms at the high school.
This year the Christmas project was to send warm
clothing and food to the Navajo Mission at Oraibi,
At the annual birthday party in January honoring
Ellen H. Richards, the founder of homemaking, -birth-
day pennies are collected for a national leadership
Teas were served to faculty and parents during the
Funds to carry on the work of the organization
are raised in various ways by the group.
Club officers are Mary Scott, president, Patty Mead,
vice president, Susan Martinez, secretary, and Jo Ann
Fields, treasurer. Mrs. Mabel Nettle and Mrs. A. R.
Scott sponsor of the organization.
A new club, the Safety Patrol, was started this year
in Flagstaff High School, and the organization has for its
purpose the improving of school bus conditions. The
Safety Patrol kept order on the high school busses
and reported traffic violations in connection,
The club met once a month for a business meeting
with the following officers: captain, Charles Glaspi, co-
captain, Robert Renner, and members, Bobby Felts,
Darrell Miller, Bennie Purtymun, Lewis Franks, Gene
Slayton, Bill Roland, Norman Johnson, Jackie Hokan-
son, Daniel Pridemore, Chester Woods, Kit Kirby, John
Eaton, Bruce Greer, and Mr. Fidel Baca, club spon-
JUNIOR RED CROSS
The iunior red cross is a service organization which
helps train for leadership and participation in commu-
nity activities. Unselfish service has been demon-
strated through the making of cartoon books, covers for
magazines, and knitting afghans for soldiers in hospi-
Senior high members who worked under the spon-
sorship of Miss Bertha May White were Evelyn Jordan,
Carolee Ek, Myrtle Smith, Isabel Goitia, Margaret Vas-
quez, Lupe Nieto, Dora Gonzales, Juanita Sedillo, Mar-
tha Hernandez, Gwendolyn McBride, Olga Navarro,
Dick Johnson, Les Drye, and Charles Covington.
GREEN AND BROWN
The Green and Brown, the school paper, is mimeo-
graphed and published every two weeks by the jour-
nalism class which is open only to juniors and seniors.
Almost every student in iunior and senior high bought
the paper and read it to keep up with the school activ-
ln addition to publishing the paper, the staff collect-
ed and edited data for the Kinlani. The journalism stu-
dent learns to write news stories, features, and editorials,
how to type a stencil, set up pages, and run the mimeo-
This year the staff was as follows: Loretta Partillo,
Jerry Crockett, Carol Douglass, Donna Thompson, Win-
nifred Pearsall, Betty Simmons, Marilyn Overson, Freeda
Johnston, Helen Martinez, Pat Martin, Earl Slipher, Isa'
bel Lobato, and Alice Juarez.
Juanita Allen was Kinlani editor, and the spon-
sor was Mr. C. J. Brooksby.
The fourteenth annual Arizona State Student Coun-
cil Convention was held at Nogales High School, No-
gales, Arizona, on December 5, T947, for the purposing
of discussing problems and bettering school ideals.
Those attending from FHS were Betty Simmons, Mar-
garet Hutchison, Bill Jakle, Marshall Knoles, Milton
Evans, and council sponsor, Mr. Don C. Clark.
On February 25, Betty Simmons, a senior, was chos-
en as the FHS winner of the annual oratorical contest
sponsored by the Arizona Republic and the Phoenix Ga-
zette. Corol Flint and Jacqueline Sykes tied for second
place, and other contestants were Tom Soto and Mil-
Betty was awarded STO by the Arizona Republic and
entered the district contest where she won second
JUNIOR PLAY - "A LITTLE HONEY"
Diana's mother had taught her that the way to interest a mon was to talk about
it with disastrous results, for Tom, her coy-triend, went off to the South Pacific wimout
returned on leave and came for his tirst date, but things began to pop. Diana tried to
Tom to propose. Everything went wrong, and finally Grandma came to the rescue. She
and herselt, tor a proposal. 'there was a fire in the grate, tne lights were low, and
waiting tor Tom. Jerry and Aloert mixed things up a little even though they were ius
barged in to spill the beans c.na give it awa that the net had b cl
Carburetors and baseball. Diana tried
a word about an engagement. Tom
use her brains as a means of getting
showed Diana how to set the stage,
uiana was dressed in a lovely gown,
t trying to help matters along. Albert
y een sprea to snare Tom. Diana nearly died 'with chagrin.
Not only had her last chance tor iom gone glimmering, but the whole world was in an uproar. Grandma was having a
disagreement witn tne trained nurse, a southern widow was tr in t t l M. M
y g o sea r inton away trom his loving but misunder-
standing wite, tne cook was on the rampage, determined to "speak her mind" for the duration, and Scoots, the little terror,
always had her animals around at the wrong time. But in time, Diana aecided nothing was going to work out, and ti-
nally told Tom what she thought ot him. She finally got her man, because she iust used "A Little Honey."
Jerry Minton, c high school girl of l6 .... ,......,.., ..... W i nnitred Pearsall
Aloert Parker, her adoring boy friend .......,,. ,.............. V erne Hull
Diana Minton, Jerry's older sister .......,,......,.,.., ....s..,........ P at Martin
Tom Corning, who was in love with Diana .,,,.. ...,.., L awrence Herman
Grandma, a wise and spry old woman ,....,..... ....... Barbara Bralley
Mrs. Minton, a domineering wife and mother ,,.,........ ..,......... L eila RiCe
Mr. Minton, her loving, but hen-peclkecl husband .... ............A. D on Blfd
Deloras, the independent cook ,.,,,,,,..,..i.,,,.......,..,.. .,... M ary Joy FlSlW6l'
Mrs. Taylof, the clinging vine widow ...,, .A-.... l VU CFCIWlSY
Scoots, the l2 year old demon ..,,..........,............ ..-Y-- l- SRSHG Miller
Mrs. Simmons, the trained nurse ..,.....,..... L ...,......... ,-Y, R Uth HSVFWQTOU
Sure-shot man, who knew how to get rid of pests ...... -----, M C1I'Sl1Oll Kf10leS
Moonshine and Honeysuckle," a lhree acl hill-loilly comedy, lakes place in lhe Ozarks. Characlers
in lhis play are honesl, down-lo-earlh people who say whal lhey lhink. The play was direcled by
QUEEN BEVERLY KING BOB
THEME SONG - 'MOONLIGHT AND ROSES"
A++endan+s, Gilbed Sechrish Carol Flint Mil+on Evans, Mary Arm Waldhaus, Ralph
Goifia, Romone Osferfeld.
Nw f E.:
Principal ol Junior High School
A. S. C., Elagsrail, A. B.
MILLER RAY J. BRADSHAW REGINA ROUSSEAU EDWIN J. FLEMING
English P. E. and Social Science Geography and Science Social Science and Ma+h
A.S.C., Flogsfoff, A.B. University of Arizona, B.S. A.S.C., Flogstoffp A.B., M.A. A.S.C., Tempe, B-A-
EARNEST MICKELSON MRS. RUTH LANE D. L. SKAGGS ERED ANDERSON
P. E., Shop Marh. and Home Ec. Lil., Hisl., Eng. P. E., Maih., Sp.
A.S.C., Flogstoff, A.B., M.A. A.S.C., Flagstaff, A.B., M.A. A.S.C., Flogsfoff, A.B. A.S.C., Flogsfoff, A.B.
unior H igh Council
The iunior high council was paH'erned.aHer 'rhe senior high council, ils members
including The class officers and Jrhe sfudenf body officers. The group mel every Mon-
day, and +he l-lallowe'en Dance, Jrhe Valeniine Dance, annual Spring Formal Dance,
and The circus were sponsored by The council.
Siudenl body officers were president Oriol Lozanoy vice-president Charles Bul-
ler: secreiary, Maxine Crawley, lreasurer, Charles Rucker: and social managers,
Dwigh+ Bliss and Nancy Grasmoen. Olhers in council were lnez Walker, Gayle Wesl,
Jimmy Bryan, Bruce lv1cQua++ers, Bob Shafer, Keilh Crawley, Jimmy Wong, Jerry
Ulrey, Harvey lvlarcum, Joe Magana, Rosie Armendarez, and Jackie l-lolcanson.
Garry Flint, Lucy Sandoval, Henry Yborra, Vera Mae Beamer, Amodeo Montoya, Jeanne Ellen Ardrey, Eddie
Barreras, Janice Boker, David German.
Billy Jo Nail, Charles Butler, Ann Bergman, Don Leamon, Lola Lopez, Lloyd Haukeli, Willie Jo Dwiggins, Ted-
dy Pender, Helen Herrera.
Jerry Hensley, Alice Rees, Neil Herman, Brooksie Perkins, David Rotty, Geraldine Rekos, Glenn McCauley,
Ruby Keith, Ray Henry.
Betsy Shelton, Kenneth Dixon, Helen Soto, Henry Cancino, Jean Douglass, Joe Sedillo, Nancy Grasmoen,
Joe Montoya, Le Etta Rowland.
Oriol Lozano, Lily Espino, Duane Johnston, Lina Espino, Robert Flinn, Reina Moya, Lucio Rodriguez, An-
thona Hackett, Dale Rountree.
Maxine Crowley, Frank Vaidovino, Joyce Miller, Orlando Faiardo, Donna Godwin, Richard Branham,
Gloria Hukriede, John Drake, Valerie Sanderson.
Barbara Notchissey, Joe Magana, Wanda Hancock, Robert lngersoll, Dolores Arias, Roger Lorrin.
Russell Welsh, Melba Killingsworfh, Johnny Gomez, Frances Seirz, Ralph Fish, Margeruife Jensen, Roy
Castillo, Wanda Ridge, Nelson Graves.
Lila Hernandez, Virgil Schubert, Verle York, Jimmy Chapman, Victoria Lobato, Ray Macias, Parricia Moni-
gomery, Charles Huff, Shelley Dickerson.
Tommy Walsh, Mary Lopez, Charles Rucker, Consuelo Torrez, Leo Dvorak, Sandra Ellis, Olen Baker, Ina
Mae Wierman, Roberf Shafer.
Bobby Lou Henry, Jim Bryan, Adelaide Marfinez, Jimmy Fowler, Delores Enciso, Paul Serrano, Carol
Spencer, Billy Tinnin, Mona Primmer.
Jackie Hokanson, Katy Lee McMahon, Dwight Bliss, Lena Chavez, Bruce McQuafrers, Betty Burns, Eu-
gene Kelsey, Marlene Parsons, Tom Davis, -
Elvina Montoya, Gloria Truiillo, Virgil Elvey, Josephine Magana, Rosemary Kilgore, Dick Wensel, Sally
Fidela Faiardo, Armando Bustamente, Rosie Contreras, Billy Ashworth, Peggy Fae Long, lrvin Drye, Ramona
Williams, Bill Bliss, Joan Pugsley, Bob Link, Twyla Bates.
Willie B. Reaves, David Jordan, Harvey Kleck, Ruth Miller, Nathaniel Deal, Lily Serna, Ronald Taylor, An-
tonia Rodriquez, Lowell Brown, Gail West, William Gore.
Marilyn Hester, Robert Cotney, Veda Mae McBride, Mike Ceballos, Phillip Hernandez, Onofre Espinosa,
Pat Pendergrass, Freddie Ammerman, Sabina Garcia, Berdell Graves, Margaret Begav.
Archie Seumptewa, Marjorie Eaton, Alfred Alvarado, Ernest Loyd, John Francis, Celestine Arias, John
Young, Lolita Griego, Lonny McGough, Marlene Olson, Hugh McCaulev.
Margaret Holt, Ross Sanson, Sonia Deason, Harvey Marcum, Pat Herrera, Charles Green, Rosa Almendarez,
William Deaver, Peggy Ferguson, Ernest Lomeli, Sally Mena.
Robert Beck, Katie Arias, Eugene Pierce, Connie Jiminez, Jersuey Woo, Ernestine Bobadillo, Gary Haren-
burg, Bobbie Jackson, Frank Lomeli, Donna Jenkins, Russell Brooksby.
Jimmy Richardson, Harold Coleman, Eslinda Cordova, Tilman Sampson, Phillip Hernandez.
Augustine Gallegos, Maudie Patton, Harry Yarnell, Karol Kuhn, Herman Shelton, Wilma Stoneberger, Phil-
ip Hollingsworth, Emma Armiio, Jimmy Fredrick, Yvonne Cogclill, Lois Green.
Shirlee Yates, Florenio Cardova, Joanne Haggard, Danny Pearce, Joanne Chiappetti, Jerry Ulrey, Deene
Kring, Gary Olmstead, Mary Galleios, Louis Franke, Christel Clemmer.
Bob Dougherty, Adelina Pina, Herman Lucero, Delores Butler, Julius Andrew, Harriette Hutman, Wesley
Jordan, Betty Jo Walker, Elmer Littlefield, Kathleen Micke, Le Roy Kincanon.
Elorene Daffern, Carlos Valdivia, Grace Lucero, Roy Lobato, Jimmy Chapman, Johnny Sedillo, Polly Poole,
Keith Crawley, Karl Klopping, Edward Goitia, Joanne Haggard.
John Hall, Joan Harman, Jimmy Wong, Helen Herrera, Robert Sykes, Billie Survaunt, Dick Hoskins, Joyce
Longfellow, Epitacio Ruiz, Ramona Sanchez, Albert Michelbach.
Earl Kropp, Neil McElroy, John Rees, Angel Goclinez, Bobbie Gail, Bill Norman, Patricia Ritchey, Dwuane
Jones, Justino Enciso, Kenneth Johnson, Georgiana Kay.
Paul Russell, Johnnie Garcia, Della Murieita, Delores Seumptewa, Ted Jordan, Jessie Williams.
BASKETBALL A SQUAD
Donald Chiappeiii, Ray Baca, Trini
Garcia, Joe Sedillo, Ray Macias, Ger-
ald Hensley, Sfeven Aginiga, Joe Ma-
gana, Dick Zaner, Neil Herman, Roy
Caslillo, Johnnie Monioya, Roberi
Barnes, Charles Comp+on, Louie Can-
cino, Henry Gabaldon.
Sieven Aginiqa, Elmer Armiio, Ray
Baca, Bruce Beckley, Wayne Bennally,
Louis Cancino, Don Chiappefli, Charles
Complon, Bob Cornlord, Roberf Elvey,
Henry Gabaldon, Trini Garcia, Roland
Grannan, Bill Howe, Manual Jimenez,
Fred Kuhn!! Johnnie Monlroya, Garland
Neal, Jack Olmslead, James Sansom,
Joe Worischeck, Dick Zaner, Jerry
Hensley, Charles Rucker, Dick Wensel,
Virgil Elvey, Roloeri Shafer, Roy Caslillo,
Joe Sedillo, Ray lvlacias, Oriol Lozano,
Neil Herman, John Gomez, Paul Ser-
rano, Garry Elini, Frank Valclovino,
Bruce lvlcQua+'rers, Ted Pender, John
Drake, David German, and Jackie Hock-
Boys' Baslce+bcll lnhamurals
Joanne Chialoloelri, Ann Bergman, Bill Bliss, Garry Flinl, Jean Douglass, Carol Spencer,
Bill Deaver, Junrino Escixo, Sandra Ellis, Donna Godwin, David Gferman, David Rolly, Jaclc
l-loclcanson, Dwighl Bliss, Charles Rucker, Donald Leamon, Tom Davis, Teddy Pender, Jimmy
Fowler, Jerry l-lensley, Jim Bryan, John C. Drake, Veralvlae Beamer, Nancy Grasmoen, Tom-
my Walsh, Parry lvlonlgomery, Janice Balcer, Bobbie Lou l-lenry, Diclc Wensel, and Russell
The iunior high choir is direcled by Mr. James Williams. The group has worked on bolh
3 and 4 parl songs, such as "Go Down Moses," "Old Blaclc Joe," and "Swee+ and Low." The
large choir consisls of 92 members, and has sung al clubs and organizalions oulside ol
unior Red Cross
The junior red cross is organized To Train sTudenTs
To help where needed To Train Them Tor TuTure
communiTy service. Members have been acTive This
year by making various arTicles Tor veTerans in hospi-
Those who have given Their Time ThroughouT
The year in This Type oT service are KaTie McMahon,
Joyce Miller, Lena Chavez, Shelley Dickerson, Willa
Jo Dwiggins, AnThona l-lackeTT, June James, Rose-
mary Kilgore, OTelia Espinosa, Lola Lopez, Josephine
lvlagana, MargueriTe Jensen, Frances SeiTz, and Mona
Primmer. Miss BerTha May WhiTe has been The club
Stamp Club j
The junior high sTamp club is a branch oT The senior
high club and These people learn how To handle and
care Tor Their sTamps, The proper way To mounT Them,
and how To Tind The proper place Tor each sTamp.
The use oT The sTamp caTalog is TaughT and a sTamp
vocabulary is learned.
The oTTicers are The same as Tor The senior high
STamp Club, and The members include Richard Bran-
ham, John Drake, Garry FlinT, Ray l-lenry, Billy Tinnin,
David RoTTy, Joanne Hoggarcl, Joyce LongTellow,
Hugh McCauley, AlberT lvlichelbach, RuThie Miller.
and PaTricia Pendergrass.
Monkeys and Lions
This was an ouTsTanding acT Trom The all junior
high school circus. All oT The cosTumes were creaTed by
junior high TaculTy. Those Taking parT were Gary Olm-
sTead, Jimmy Frederick, Jersuey Woo, Russell Brooks-
by, JusTino Enciso, and AlTred Alvarado.
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HTHE EAGLEHS NEST"
Where The gong meets before and offer the gome.
QLDSEIEIBILES DOUBLE CIRCLE
M O R R O W GARAGE
M O T O R S
ALL NORTHERN ARIZONA
SHOPS AND SAVES
CLOTHING VALUES FOR
THE ENTIRE FAMILY
Dodge ond Plymouth
SALES, SERVICE AND REPAIR
C l S nla Ee anol Beaver Ph ll
STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS
Wholesale and Relail
m e D. D. BOOTERY
y Flogs'roff's Exclusive
a Shoe Store
QVZ E. Aspen S mething New Each D J
NORTHERN ARIZONA GAS SERVICE
FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA I
LIOUIFIED GAS AND APPLIANCES Serving
WATER HEATING FREDONIA
JEWELRY SHOP HUF'FER's
Diamond Setting A Specialty L I E
I5 N. Leroux St. Flagstatt, Ariz. L SERV C
CRAWLEY BROS. ' '
fri. . 1- 1
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PHONE 4:4 'WN' I
FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA '
Potato Chips Birdseye
Popcorn Frosted Food
Bakery Switt's Ice Cream
Products I-Iolsum Bread
et your quality meats and groceries at
THE FOOD TOWN SUPER MARKET
Formerly I-Iutchinsorfs Market
HELP-UR-SELF and FINISH LAUNDRY
IOO IvIIKE'S PIKE
N. J. SHAUM tr SON
ELECTRICAL WIRING and
MOTOR SU PPLY CO.
Phone 258 I8 N. Leroux Headquamers ICF
Aufomofive and Indus+rIaI
COmpIImenIS OI SUPPLIES and EQUIPMENT
COCONINO MOTOR CO.
COMPI-'MEN-I-S OF STROMBERG - CARLSON
CASH MARKET R,-MOS
BIgges+ LI+IIe Sfore
In I:IaqSIaII I3 N. Agassiz Phone
IIO E. SANTA EE AVE.
OUR BEST WISHES
CLASS OF 1948
Hubbard Refrigeration Supply
IO5-IO7 W. ASPEN AVE.
4 SALES with SERVICE
DIESEL POWER PLANTS
BABBITT F I N E ' 5
I5 N. San Francisco SI.
ROY WEN SEL
I24 NorII1 Beaver
GORDON'S LIQUOR and To E. MCCULLOUGH
SPORTING GOODS mosmrr-5 EXCLUSIVE
Q INSURANCE AGENCY
Phone 555-W 23 N. Beaver S+. Life and General Insurance
Gordon Evans, Mgr.
- Bonds -
C A F F E Y B R O S .
6 Souflw Si+greaves
HOTEL MONTE VISTA
5 If E E lj! E
MEM ,f 'Z 'MES
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NORTHERN ARIZONA THEATRES, INC.
CLARENCE SHARTZER, Manage
WILSON G COFFIN
J. K- RUFFV Mgr. II2 E. Aspen Phone II8
RADIOS REERIGERATORS SWEEPERS WASHERS DISHES
The Turquoise Horse Trading Post
Gifts for Every Occasion
E. D. BABBITT I-I-OYD'5
MOTOR CO. Ben Franklin Store
"Everything in School Supplies"
A Home Owned
MERCURY - LINCOLN
Every Room With A Bath
PHONE 26 Hotel Cottages
OEEICE EQUIPMENT SCHOOL SUPPLIES
ACME NEHEQIZIERS Lyle Acliusfmenf Co
Phone 9 Commercial I-IoI'eI Building
THE BANK OF ARIZONA
ELAGSTAFF CLARKDALE WILLIAMS
Flotwetts for All Occasions
Pvffed Plants MODERN BEAUTY
NOVELTY GIFTS SALQN
CORSAGES 84 BOUOUETS
H CARMEN LAY, Prop.
Sutcliffe Floral it N-
Phone I34 4 N. Leroux K Phone IOI
Longley's Barber and Beoufy Shop
GALE'S RICHFIELD SERVICE
SPECIALIZED LUBRICATION USED CARS
Near College - Phone 894-W
BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF '48
HARPER FURNITURE CO.
"Everything for the Home"
FURNITURE and APPLIANCES
Furniture You Like At Prices You Like To Poy
NEW AND MODERN
H. A. KENNEDY .I. H KENNEDY
Cheshire Mofors ,
B , k Ch I + Tonys Sfeok House
mc - evm e OPEN ALL NIOHT
SALES - SERVICE ,
302 W, gem pe COMPLETE FOOD MARKET
Phone 903 Norfh Beaver Phone 'I43
BLACK CAT CCAIF IE
HARDWARE - SPORTING GOODS
PAINTS - OILS - GLASS
I Phone 94
Van Courfs Garage
CONTRACTING RECORDS FIXTURES
TISSAW ELECTRIC AND SPORTING
I-IOT POINT APPLIANCES - G. E. RADIOS - TI-IOR WASI-IERS
LAUNDERAL AUTOMATIC WASI-IERS
WILSON SPORTING GOODS 81 EOUIPMENT
REPAIRS - GUNS - SUPPLIES - TACKLE
fames Book and Gift Shop
"Gifts of Quality"
WILSON, COMPTON 81 WILSON
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P'0C""OW'S LAD Hel' C1223 EHOP
106 N. San Francisco Sf.
BROWN,S Credit jewelers
I9 E. Aspen P. o. Box ss
EXPERT WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING
Phone 343 Flags1'aff, Arizona
"A Little Down Is Enough F010 B1'0w7z"
Doccoigmgms Arizona S fockmens
Saddlery Loan Company
FLAGSTAFF STEAM LAUNDRY
AND DRY CLEANING
A BOOSTER FOR ELAGSTAEF HIGH
OuaIiIy Meafs - Vegefables - Groceries
409 Weslr Sanfa Ee Phone 880
HARRY CRESS 8: SON I
' One-Day Service 0 Pick-Up Delivery
I2 N.Sun Francisco - Phone5 -Flags1uH,A
PHQNE 3 Brownie Cleaners
202 W. phoenix WESTERNER HOTEL BUILDING
4If2 N. Leroux
T H IE IR O U N IDD U IP
FOUNTAIN - CAFE
IEormerIy Bonney's1I Bob and Vi Morison
THE BEST IN DRUG STORE MERCHANDISE
X 2 X
NX DRUG cu.
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Cpnsscnlpruon 15 PHARMACISTS
- FLAGSTAFF ARIZONA-
TH E Refxeem s'roRE
TO THE BEST HIGH SCHOOL
IN THE NATION
THE BEST IN DRUG STORE SERVICE
Clo+i1es ond Educc+ion moke fhe mon:
Fine qualify educa+ion is foughi of
Fliags+a'F'F High School:
Fine qualify cio+i1es may be found a+
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5-I O-I 5 CENT STORES
8 Eost Santo Fe 6-I O Eost Aspen
Dr. Pepper Bottling Coe
501 West Dole Phone 509-W
PURE FOOD BAKERY
T. M. Knoles, Jr. Som M. Richardson
OOMPLIMENTS OF HOSIUNS SALES
Andrews Coffee GENERAL WHOEESALER
3L,jOjj1j3j HARRY MOORE
ARIZONA AUTO SUPPLY CO.
PHONE 89 107 N EEROUX
Roy A. Curry Shoe Repair I
LATEST - NEWEST Marfha S
EQUWMENT S anlsh K fche
ZI NorII1 San Francisco P
Monte Vista Coffee Shop
SEARS, ROEBUCK G CO.
, IO5 North Leroux St.
Fred's Radio Sales and Service
STROMBERG-CARLSON AND PI-IILCO AUTO RADIOS
I5 N. Agassiz Phone 342-W
WlgWag.lndlCln SNACK BAR
Curio Hamburgers - Chili - Sfew
Mexican, Indian 84 Wesiern Curios IZIOZQVI CUSTGVCI ' MGIIS ' SITGIYGS
ArcIen's Ice Cream
BREAKFAST 2 E. m. im ri 6. m.
Jewelry Jewelry 8 W. Sania Ee
I8 E. Sania Ee
Turquoise Peirified Wood
FLAGSTAFF AUTO SUPPLY CO.
Courtesy SERVICE Quality
12 NO BEAVER PHONE 625
Shop of our
COMPLETE DEPARTMENT STORE
in fhe following deporfmenfs
LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR SHOES
MEN'S FURNISHINGS I DRUGS
HARDWARE INDIAN CURIOS
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This space declicaled by +he 'Following civic clubs
and professional men who helped make
'rhis book possible:
F. M. GOLD M. O. FRONSKE
T. M. FLICK HERBERT R. RICE
H. K. MANGUM C. W. SECHRIST
WM. W. STEVENSON C. C. CREIGHTON
HENRY C. MCOUATTERS D. W. KITTREDGE
HERBERT HUKRIEDE E. B. TOLLEFSON
ANDY WOLF E. A. ANDERSON
FLAOSTAFF DENTAL ASSOCIATION
20-30 CLUB WOMEN'S CLUB
LIONS CLUB SOROPTIMIST CLUB
BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL WOMEN
ISHAM-SPENCER INSURANCE AGENCY
ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE
Including Life and Bonds
CARSON sruolo NAVAJO-HOP'
PORTRAITS THAT PLEASE CO.
gif R. K. Douglas
EVERYTHING IN FILMS gif
WE SPECIALIZE IN BABIES
IO E. Sanla Fe Ave.
Phone 62 I5 Easl Aspen Flagslall, Ariz.
FLAGSTAFF IMPLEMENT CO.
PONTIAC AUTHORIZED SALES AND SERVICE
"Wham T0 Buy Them"
22 SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO PHONE 285
WHEN YOU EAT HERE . . . YOU FEEL AT HOME
EL PATIO CAFE
Flagstaff? Finest Foods
Fine Cocktails, Wines ond Liquors
COMPLIMENTS OF THE
Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co.
I3 E. Cofrage Ave.
23 SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO ST.
C. J. HOLLINGSHEAD, Mgr.
Saginaw 8a Manistee
ARIZONA SOFT PINE
Lumber - Timber - Box Shooks ond Luth
GENERAL ELECTRIC NORGE NATIONAL
6 Bookkeeping and Tux Consulicunfs
for Small Business
H. L. VVORISCHECK, Licensee
Phone 73 320 Wesi Birch Ph 366 IO8f N L 5 f
Samurai Pre Trauilwaiys
Daily Service To All
Poinfs, East Wes+,
Nor'l'I1, and Sou+I1.
Plumbing and Heofing
4I8 NORTII SAN FRANCISCO
WILLARD AND JOHN SIMPSON
Lincoln-Mercury Sales and Service
June Brofhers Furnifure Co.
"The Homemakers' Heaven"
FLAOSTAFF E PHONE 493
TO THE YOUNG MEN
AND YOUNG WOMEN
OE THE CLASS OE '48
The very toct thot you ore grciduoting
is enough of o serrnon . . the best kind of
sermon . . the kind thot you give yourself.
You know the world you ore entering
hongs together todoy mostly becouse the
United Stotes hos been groduoting severol
million solid-thinking young citizens from
high schools ond colleges every yeor for o
You ore going to become- port ot the world's
bolost. lt's your ship . . . keep it steodyl
THE ARIZONA POWER COMPANY
Arizona's Forests Are the Priceless
Possessions of Today and Tomorrow
Help Preserve Our Foresfs
Fighf Foresf Fires
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Flcgs+cf'F and McNcry, Arizona
'APOLOGIES TO SANTA FE
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ACCOMMODATIONS EOR TOURISTS AND PERMANENT GUESTS
Northern Aonizonofs Finest I
WEST OE ELAOSTAEE AT ALTERNATE 89 AND 66
, VANDEVIER LOIDGIE AND
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Phone 296 l3O So. SiTgreaves IN FLAGSTAFF
KUII-IIN AND PRESTON
CHEVRON GAS STATION
USED CARS BOUGHT AND SOLD
"The Besi' of Buys"
8 West Santo Fe Phone 262
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