Florida High School - Demons Flame Yearbook (Tallahassee, FL)

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VA' Av 4. sf ' ' 1 ' ' l EDNA LOU JOHNSON Pep Club 4-Staff Annle Laurne WALTON BEBNET JONES Basketball 4-Staff Annle Lau rxe 4-Football 2 3 4-Foot ball 2 3 4-Student Council Representatlve 4-Annual Staff 4-Thesplan Club 4 SARAH GRACE LAINGSTON VVILLIAM BUFF JONES Football 4-Basketball All Dist: ict Teamj MARIAN ANNE LAMBETH Pep Club 4-Secretary of Home Economic Club 4 Busmess Staff of Annual 4-Glee Club 4 Annual Staff 4 JOHN JOSEPH NL-KDIGAN Basketball 2 3 Captam 4 Football 2-Glee Club 2 3 4 American Passport 4 Cliss ISIARION ELOISE LINTOIN Soclal Chalrxnan Home Eco nomlcs Club 2-Second Vlce president of Home Economics Club 4- F Award 3-Staff of Chlna Boy 3 Extra Curr1cul'1r 2 3 Pep Club 3 4-Vlce P1951 dent GAA 3 Honor SOCIEIX 4 Staff Anme Laurle 4 Tremsurer 4-Annie Laurie 4. DORIS Moxfl-IGUNE MAH-E t W V Annual Art Staff 4-Senior Council Secretury 3. 4-Pep Club President 4-Cheer Lead- er 3, 4-Glee Club 1, 2, 3. 4- Secretar5 -treasurer of G.A.A. 1, 2-President of Thespian So- ciety 3, 4-Florida Highlights Staff 1. 2-Home Economics Club 4-Jane Eyre 2-Annie Laurie 4-Mixed Glee Club 1. 2. 3-China Boy 3-Drums of Death 3-American Passport 4. gfila-Sit I A ff' 'Y NI-SRX ELIZXBETH 'UCL-INN Glee Club 1 2 3 4-Niuced G ee Club 2 3 Secretarx of Thespzan SOCIELY 3 4-China Bow 3-American Passport 4- Cla s Presldent Florlda Hwhllghts Staff 2 Home E orxormcs Club 4-Pep Club 4 C XICE presldent 3 hee presldent Senlor Councr 3 4-Clie Tren urer 4 An nil Steiff 4 Annx Laurie 4 NI-XRX LLLX XII-NDILNHXLI Honor Socxetv 2 3 4 Vxce presxdent 4-Pep Club 3 4- Glee Club 1 3 4 M1xezl Glee Club 3 Stxff China Boy 3 Staff lmerlcan Passport 4 F Avmrd 3 Florlda Huh lrghts Staff 2 3 Tenn1s Mun ager of GAA 4 4nnu1l Staff 4 Clues Pres1dent 4-Councll Reprfsentatlxe 4-Annie lau r1e 4-The'-plan Club 4 II XRRX WI XX S 'VIIDDLEBROOKS Co edltox of Flfihlscho 4 Glee ub 1 2 3 Orchestra 1 2 Band 3 4 Staff thlna B05 3 Stiff Drums uf Death 3 Florldl Hxghllghts Stiff 1 2 Captam of School Bow Pmtrol 3 Semor Councxl Represenm tue 3 Staff knnle Laurie 4- Thespmn Club 4 IS ABEL W 00D ROGFRS Councll Representuuxe 2 'Ire Lsurer Senior Councll 2 3 4 Secretxrs Treasurer Honor SOC1 tw 2 Vlce presldent Hon or SOCICIX 3 Presrdent Honor SOClCty 4-Manqger of GAA 1 2 3 Presldent GAA 4- ward 1 3 Florx 1 Hlghhghts Staff 2 3 Asslstant Echtor 2 Glee Club 1 3 4- Mlxed Glee Club 3 Staff Chl na Boy 3 Staff American Pass port 4-Pep Club 3 4-Co edl tor of Flahxscho 4-The-spun Club 4--innle Laurle 4 thirt NIXRH OAI-xLEX YILRORX Glee Club 4-Assxstunt Edltor of Annual 4 Glrls Athletic Assoclltlon 4 WILLIXNI NISRION WIESSER Student Councll Representa tue 2 3 Class Treasurer 2 Thespmn Club 3 4 Amerrcan Passport 4-Staffe Manager of Phy Wlthout a Name 2 Jane Eyre 2 Tangled Sho strings 1 China B05 3 Drums of Death 3 Xnnle Laurre 4 JE-KN PIERCE PHILLIPS Pep Club 3 4 Secretary 3 Clmss V1ce pres1dent 2 3 Cl'1 President 4 Councxl Repre sentfmtne 3 F Award 3 Secretary GAA 3 4 Glee Club 1 2 3 4-Home Econom xcs Club 4 Florxda Hlghllghts Staff 2 3 Business Manager of Flwhlscho 4 ROBERT LONG RL SS Football 4 Basketball 4 Amer 1C"IIl Passport 4-Anme Laune 4 Thespnn Club 4 BCH ,4 KATHRYN LOUISE SIKES Pep Club 3 4 'Ireasurer 3 Glee Club 3 4-Mlxed Glee Club 3 Cheerleader 4-Treas urer of Home Economxcs Club 4-Thespxan Club 3 4-Chma B03 3 Drums of Death 3 lNORMA CECILE LPCHURCH F Award 3 Pep Club 3 4-4 Florida I-Ilghllghts Staff 2 3 Mmor Sports Manager of GA 2 LILLIAN IRIS WATSON Glee Club 1 2 3 4-Orchestra and Band 1 2 3 Senlor Coun cll Representatlwe 3 Extra Curricular 1 2 Thesplan Club 4--Chma. Boy 3 Pep Club 3 4-Cheerleader 4 Post Graduate CHARLES FITZGERALD BAKER Table Tenms Champlon 1 2 3 4-Glee Club 4 Florxda Hlgh Llghts 3 Staff Annie Laune 4 SAININA VIRGINIA TAX LOR Class Secretars l 2 3 Repre sentatlve to Senlor Council 2 4 Florida Hxghllghts Staff 2 3 Pep Club 3 4 Secretary 4 Staff of Flahlscho 4 Hom Economics Club 4 Extra Cur rlcular 2 Staff Chma Boy 3 Staff Amencan Passport 4- Glee Club 1 3 4-Class Vice presldent 4 Annle Laune 4- Thesplan Club 4 Honor S0 clety 4 'VIARY ANN WALLER ee Club l 2 3 4 Mix Glee Club 1 2 3 Pep Club 3 Cheerleader 4 Florida High lights Staff l 2 Annual Staff 4 Chlna Boy 3 Amencan Passport 4-S e n l o r Councll Secretary 4-Class Treasurer 2 3 Anme Laune 4-Extra Cur rlcular I Thesplan Club 4 JACK BRIINSON WHITAKER C 0 u n c ll Representatixe 1 Football 3 4 Captain 4-Bas ketball 3 4 Class Presldent 3 President of Student Coun cll 4-Staff Drums of Death 4 10111104-11 I CLASC HISICRY O ce upon a tume a long long tlme ago In the dIm dark past of nIneteen hundred and twenty eIght A D a FaIry Queen wlth the touch of her maglc wand brought to the Castle of EducatIon BuIldIng on Florlda State College HIII SIX lIttle chIldren who were to be members of Mrs Ealys kIndergarten class Wlth another wave of her wand she named them BIII Messer Isabel Rogers Mary Ann Waller Harry MIddIebrooks, DorIs Malge, and Sanna Jane Taylor That was the beglnnlhg of the MagIc Class of NIneteen Hundred Forty one A very Important day It was when the Falry Queen gathered together her small children and flew wIth them on her magIc carpet to another castle There she left the SIX of them In the care of MISS Leonora Smlth the fIrst grade teacher Before she departed she promlsed that she would return at the end of SIX years and fly wIth them to another castle The flrst grade completed, that small group entered the second grade and were happy to flnd another chIld Mary McCann, and another Instructor Mrs Flnner account of every week end In their Immortal Monday MOFHIHQ Storles " KnowIng the FaIry Queen would come agaIn after the sIxth grade the Class of Forty one dId not tarry long In the second grade, but eagerly chose new desks In the thIrd grade room It was there that Davld Gunson became a member of theIr class They knew that the Fairy Queen would be pleased to learn that her MBQIC Class was growlng and that they were under the Influence of the beloved MISS Mauds "Board of Control TheIr next stop was In MISS Wlnters fourth grade room Oh' how much fun It was to QIVC a hlstorlcal costume play In chapel, wlth a new actress to help them' She was Mary Lucy Mendenhall lrIs Watson a llttle pIanIst Norma Upchurch and Jack Whltaker came to school Just In tlme to go wIth the class to the fifth grade Here Mlss Russell was the one to greet them They had almost forgotten the good Queens promlse to return after sux years Then one day they remembered that there was only one more change until she would reappear Sad because of David Gunsons leavlng, the class ventured Into the hlghest grade of grammar school to 3WBIt her return They dldnt mmd thelr stay there at tittee 'W LJ, n ' I I ' ' ' I ' i . l 1, . 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Q Here the children made their first attempts at public speaking by giving a full ' ' ' ll . . . . , . . 1 H LLASS HICTORX II Mrs Skupper theur teacher let them make puppets and present a puppet show HEIDI Tume marched forward untul one day they saw floatung from the sky a maguc carpet and on that carpet was the Faury Queen They were all excuted as they flew away on the maguc carpet unto the Floruda Hugh School Castle The queen agaun promused to return un sux years Feelung really grown up the chuldren went unto the seventh grade room and there was Mr Harruson wuth three new companuons Jean Phullups Walton Jones and Gene Herrung Before they could realuze ut the class had completed the seventh grade They eagerly became eughth graders wuth Muss Lous Smuth as theur homeroom teacher the furst semester and Muss Tureman the remaunder of the year J P Foldes uouned the Class of Forty one as they at last really and truly ente d hugh school' Under the guudance of Muss Purse the freshmen struggled through theur work Theur sophomore year brought more homework and the followung members Grace Langston Jack Madugan Elouse Lunton Hazel Dolby and Bobby Russ Then came theur Junuor year the busuest of all Helpung them wuth candy sal s and Junuor Senuor Banquet plans were Anuta Floyd Annue Eula Glover and Kathryn Sukes Perhaps the happuest day was the day when the class rungs arruved for then the Class of Forty one realuzed that ut would be very soon that theur Faury Queen would come back to them agaun Wuth a strange yet truumphant feelung the Nlaguc class began theur last year at Floruda Hugh School Jounung them were Charles Baker Vurgunua Beecher Edna Lou Johnson Maruan Lambeth Mary M Hory and Harvey Hall Davud Gunson re uouned Beung a Senuor brought Senuor Pruvuleges as well as harder work ut meant attendung for the last tume the basketball tournament and the Junuor Senuor Banquet Treur last school days passed graduatuon came and then the Faury Qu en DID come back to them agaun just as she had promused and took the Class of Nune teen Hundred Forty one away wuth her to luve happuly ever after THFEND xlxluull L. , . . a. . , , . . , . 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' e 1 1 ' LAST WILL AND TEIIAME 1 We the Class of 1941 bemv of sane mmd and sound memoxx do hereby make the folloxxm bequests 1 Charles Baker leaxe mx abxhtx to plax tag xx1th the college gates to 'vlaxk Peoche I Vnam a Beecher leaxe my Yankee accent to Mxs Wllhams I Hazel Dolbx leaxe my frequent tnps to the Alumnae Bulldmg duurg school hours to Jul1an Branche Anlta Floxd leaxe my sales ab1l1t1x to next xeax s yumoxs J P Foldes leaxe mx fondness for R1cha1d Halhburton to Caxolxn Hart Annle Eula Gloxer leaxe mx mtelest ln Home Ec to Maxy Loulse Norxxood Daxld Gunson leaxe mx thumbm to Wlnlfled Spear xxho alxxaxs xvlnts a Ilde Haney Hall leaxe my chaxmmf manners to Hunter Marshall Gene Heume leaxe my her ht to L C Hartsfleld Edna Lou Johnson leaxe my a dlfferent one exery xxeek loxe affa11s to Mary Catheune Spear B111 Jones leaxe rrx all dl IIlC axxald to J P Loxe JI Walton Jones leaxe my gaddxrv about to B1ll Boyd Mauan Lambeth leaxe my tugonometly to Katheune Gleen Eloxse L1nton leaxe my athletlc ab111tx to Edy the Gudex Jack Madlffan leaxe my populauty xx1th the Colle e Uuls to Johnny Halbeson Dons Ma1ge leaxe my l1ttle enl roles to Helen McCann Maly McCann leaxe my perpetual talk about llttle SISICI to Flora Kulz Mary McRo1y leaxe my nexyly acquued hablt of xteaung lxpstlck to Rose Kuxz Mary Lucy Mendenhall leaxe locker number 227 to anyone xxholl buy '1 locl-1 for lt I B1ll Messex leaxe mx place at the table to Llttle Henry I Ha11y Mlddlebrooks bemg of Scotch de cert refuse to leaxe anythmg to anx body I Jean Phllhps leave my posrtron as bu 1ness manaffer of the annual to Stanlex Gxav ldont be a suckel Stanleyv I Isabel ROg61S leave my flee studx hall to Mac Wlth6IS I Bobby Russ leaxe a half Cledlt rn Engllsh to Bobby Russ to enable hlm to graduate Kathrvn S1k6S leaxe my faclal expxesslons 1n Glee Club to Annette Lockex Sanna Jane Taylor leaxe my adxlce to the loxeloln to Teresa Myers Nolma UDCIIUICII leaxe my chexxln fum to Mxs Putnam Marv Ann Waller leave mv tax1 SGIXICG to fxnxbody xxhos sucker enouf h to take It OV61 IIIS Watson leaxe my plano playm to Jack Demetree Jack Whltal-'ex leaxe my executrxe Bblllty to John Patterson IN WITNESS THEREOF xxe set our hancl and seal thls txx enty th1rd dax of Max 1941 THE CLASS OF 1941 Wltness UNCLE SAM Wltness JOHN BULL sc x 4 Il t 4 L n ' T " 1 T ' 'C I I S I Iv ' M1 Q 1 1 h- -. 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I A A I' A I ,- 111111151011 T1 Name Jack Madigan Nickname Bohunk Ambition To be a ienow ned artist Faxoiite Saying Ill tu to be theie Faxollte Pastime WOlk1Hg Name Dorzs Mazge Nickname Biggun and Doll Ambition To make CX6lVbOdW happs Faxoute Saving Hex how axe wou Fatoiite Pastime Hating a good time Name Mary McCann Nickname Mates Ambition To go to South Amelica Favoute Saung Youll nexel know how happy that makes me Faxoute Pastime Talking about college Name Mary McRory Ambition To giaduat f1om college and D10CE8d with caution Favoute Pastime Debating Name Mary Lucy Mendenhall Nickname Luchy Ambition To be an Ambassadox Extiaoi dinaiy and M1H1StB1 Plenipotentiaxy Fauolite Saying Did I get any ma11'P Name Wzllzam lBzllJ Messer Nickname Wee W1ll1e Ambtnon To find a Job Favoiite Pastime Eating Name Harry Mzddlebrooks Nickname Centeicieek Ambition To build a big band hall half way between Leon and Floiida High to the inch Favoiite Saying Well Ill declare Favoute Pastlme Making shots w1th his movie cameia Name Jean Phzllzps Ambltion To pass at least one semestei of college Favoute Saying When I was in Okla homa Faxoiite Pastime Dining hex comeitible Ot 11111et er D1 y Stu Name Isabel Rogers N1ckname Wuzzie Ambition To be SECYGIHIQ of the Txeasuix Favoixte Saylng How embauasslng' Faxoiite Pastime Listemng to Richaid Ciooks Name Robert Russ Nickname Bobbw Ambition To be a physical education 1nst1ucto1 Faxoiite Saying Roachle Bug Fax 11te Pastlme Jooking Name Kathryn Szkes Nickname Kitty O1 Kat Ambition To hate a million dollais Fawo11teSa51ng Hey' Name Sanna Jane Taylor Nickname Sunny Jim Ambitlon To get longei iecesses at Flouda Favoiite Saymg Do you know any news" Favoiite phone Pastime Talking ove1 the tele Name Norma Upchurch Nickname Toodx Ambition To be a piivate secletaiy Favorite Saying Lets go fox a iide Favoute Pastime Talking Name Mary Ann Waller Nickname CHIFOKS Ambltion To get somewhele on time Favoiite Sawing Thats happw thought Faxoiite Pastime Going to the Coffee Pot Name Irzs Watson Nickname Watson Ambitlon Oh' You guess' Fawoute Saying I gotta go home and see lf I have some mail Faxoiite Pastime Playing the piano Name Jack Whztaker Nickname Captam Biinson Ambition To be a milllonane Favoute Saying Let s eat Faxorlte Pastime Eaung C9 I . . fi , 1 F1 A : 3. . 'cf' ' : ' . Favorite Saying: "Estimate the situation High, ' ' . As H .' . uf Z U v a I V, ' . U . . Y! ' ' Q. ' . , it , ., ' . . : " Q my I V - .' . ' . 1- ' H l . .' ' . .' ,' . , . ' v ' ' - ' ' ' ll THE DEMO CRAT VOLUME 1 9 Results of Recent Electron Announced The results of the recent electron rn Leon County have Just been made publrc The new sherrff rs Wrllram fBuffalol Jones and on hrs staff as pro hrbrtron offrcer rs Robert L Russ The secretary 1n the sherrff s offrce IS Mrss Edna Lou Johnson New apporntees rn the De partment of Educatron rnclude Mrss Norma Upchurch who IS now chref rnstructor rn the Hrnote School for Careful Drrvers and Mrss Annre Eula Glover dnector of dramatrcs rn the neva Woodvrlle audr torrum P1 omrnent Playboy Mar r les Debutante Harry Lee Mays Mrddle brooks Esq IS mrddle arslrng agarn thrs trme wrth the glam orous Cobrenda van Astorbrlt deHutt1n Jones Mrs Jones wrll be remembered as the out standrng debutante of 1925 After the ceremony they verll go on a brref honeymoon to Nassau where they wrll vrsrt one of the brrdes former hus bands Dexter Delano deHut trn Then for a feva months the happy couple vsrll retreat to Centercreek the grooms tvso and tu elve thrrteenths acre estate MAY 23 1951 NUMBER 41 Star tlrng Recover y Word has been recerved that Mrss Dorothy Purse follow mg her prolonged convales cence from a breakdown re sultrng from the severe strarrr undergone durrng the sprrnf of 1941 has been released from the Happy Home for Helpless Halfwrts ON BROADWAY Slnce rt rs no longer possrble for her to have her face lrfted Mrss Dorrs Marge has recently graduated t grandmother roles For the last erght years Mrss Marge has appeared rn the trtle role of Lzttle Red Rzd mg Hood but she now portrays Her colleague behrnd the footlrghts Mrss Mary Lucy Mendenhall whose forte has long been the portrayal of Scot trsh lassres rs now playrng be fore a crovtded house each nrght rn a stmrng drama Only a Scotchmans Daughter or How Can the Hzghland Flmg? Neva Bus Ser vrce Mr Davrd Gunson has frnal ly completed plans for a bus lrne to Havana He has secur ed the serxrces of Kathryn Srkes as drrver vuhose course on transportatron at the nrght school prowed very popular For the benefrt of commuters Mr Gunson has arranged for a bus to leave Havana for Tal lahassee every forty three sec onds tvscrrtw Welfar e Agent Checks Woodyard Mrss V11 grnra Beecher coun ty welfare agent has been bus rly at vsork rnspectrng Messer s Wood Yard to see that the ter mrtes keep wrthrn the Wage Hour Law Her pet proJect vshrch rs sponsored by the presrdent of the company that great humanrtarran Mr Wrllram MZFIOH Messer 1 s protectrng the termrtes from overwork and she IS zealouslg carryrng rt out In a state ment made a few weeks ago she sard that she has contrrv ed a trme clock whrch has greatly reduced the malnutrr tron of the termrtes under her supervrsron Cour t Convenes The mornrng sessron of the county court carrred a full docket accordmg to Clerk of Court Anrta Floyd wrth two breach of promrse sults topprng the lrst In both of these cases Mary Ann Waller IS berng sued Mrss Mary Ann Waller rs berng sued by a well known man about town The frrst woman Judge rn Florrda Mrss Grace Langston wrll presrde In an rn tervrev. yesterday Mrss Langs ton sard that thrs rs not the frrst case of rts krnd rnvolvrng Mrss Waller The defendant re fused to see reporters but her lavsyer declared that he had every expectatron of one of the tvo cases W lnhlng - - ' . - . . - . . . . . . D , ,- . .. . . ' - 1 ' 1 - - , . ' - - ' 1 . 1 . , . . . ,- n l . . ' ' r t . . . ' . ' - . Y - 1 . , . 1 ' :U ' l ' ' f o ' I ' ' uv 'Q ' l ' . - - X . ' ' . Y . .- . , V Q . . .. ' - r that of the old grandmother. . . y 1 . . - v 1 . . , l , m1 L V - K . n . 1 ' ' Y X I - -1 ' . . . . , , - , , . Y . ' I , . . . ,- . - 1 1 Q . . X Y l - . 1 W V . . . . . , y , - - - y - . -' 7 1 4 . 1 - ' . - I . ., , 1 .. , ' , . 1 . . ---- - W . . 1 1 . . u r X V - l . . Maw 23 Malathon Adx ances Into Flfth Dax The dance ma1athon spon sored by the Hltz Theatex has non advanced lnto the f1fth das Experts who haxe seen the contestants 1n actlon xate Gene Foots HBIIIDW and Ma11an Shake a leg Lamb th as the favoutcs to mn Th1s couple has xxon manx Q ntests of thls SOlt 1nclud1n the Co1n CULICIS Medal and th H1 h Klck T1ophy -7 Lebate Wlll Be Staged The Nat1onal Debatlng So c1ety has completed plans fo1 a debate by Elolse L1nton Maly McRo1y and Isabel Roge1s famous newspaper W11t61S on the subJect The Pxedlcate Objectlve vs Pledlcate AdJec t1ve M1ss Llnton 6d1t01 of the Pohunlc Tzmes IS well known f01 he1 two flsted ed1 touals on cuxrent events She led the clusade ln Pohunk fo1 the P1event1on of the Spllt In f1n1t1ve 1n Oldlnary DISCOUISG ulnch ploved successful and of great beneflt to the commu n1ty M1ss McRo1ys column Pxoceed W1th Cautxon vudely 1ead and she IS accept ed as spokesman fo1 the Mu s1c Lovels Paxty whose motto 1S A Symphony O1chest1a ln Every Factoly whlle Full of Bull the synd1cated column v111tten by MISS Rogexs con talns the culxent events IG uexsed 1n such a may that no one IS able to f1nd out any thlng of 1ecogn1zed 1mpo1 tance THE DEMONCRAT C11t1c States Opmlon M Challes Bake1 Chlef Clelk at Molose MUSIC Com fam has announced to the I'I'lUS1C10X1I1g XXOI1d that lt 15 h1s op1n1on that the Moon shmc Sonata by Bakeowen M111 bccom one of the Vx011dS gleatcst classxcs M1 Bake! who IH addxtlon to lns other dunes fllls the posltl n of mu SIC c11t1c of the Democlat has had y631S of expeuence 1n the fleld of muslc Befole Jo1n1ng tlc staff of M01 ose MUSIC Com pany h held the pos1t1on of Aslstant Off1ce B 3 1n the B1oken RGCO1d Co1p 1at1on and Chlef SXX68D8lOUt61 1 the Tune Up Muslcal Inst1u ment House The Wolld of SpO1tS Hall off1c1al the Nat1onal Contest has announced that M1ss 1115 Wat son has bloken the all tlme 1CCOld 1n that spoxt M1ss Watson IS qu1te a leadel 1n flagpole s1tt1ng cncles she has set SGVCI al nat1onal and wolld s records and as there are no contestants 1n th1s f1eld at the present she IS expected to ue unchallenged fo1 many months M1 John J Madlgan BaD NUT MUG HOT IS now back at F'lo11da Hlgh coachmg young hopefuls fo1 basketball He was lecently elected Hlgh Muckety Muck of the NAF CBIHS natxonal olgamza tlon of basketball coaches Mr Harvey t1mekeepe1 fo Flagpole S1tt1ng 111 entx one Page 2 P1 omlnent Poet DQCITCSIQS Book Just off the DIGSS IS the eleventh solume of vexse by the celeblated Ame11can poet Mary McCann entltled Remem ber the Mazne The book ac co1d1ng to MISS McCann 'no body else has lead 1tJ 18 d dl cated to Mls Maxme Putnam Some of the authoxs othx xolumes ale Mazne zn Sprznq Mazne zn Summer Mazne Autumn Mazne zn Wmter and Mazne Jo1 dan Plckens Foldes whose astoundmg success 111th h1s speclally bled he d of Je1 guens cows has alleady bl ought hlm fame 1S agaln g1v1ng eu dence of hls unusual talents 1n ammal husbandry by advanc mg to the fmals 1n the Un1 ve1s1ty of Florlda Egg Laymg Contest Also of 1nte1 est to the anlmal wolld IS the fact that MISS Hazel Dolby the b1g balt at the Taft Flsh Hatchery at St Malks IS g1v1ng the SUCKEIS a w1ld chase Advel tlsement VlS1t the Wh1take1 and Walton Jones Hash House Featuung the Chorus Cutle Numbe1 Wlth T110 dazzhng dlshes land vue dont mean hashm Jean LaPh1ll1ps and Sanna Jane deTay1o1 . 4 Y I 7 t -- - e A-, I.. . .y I v v ' 1 M Y ' .' - ,' . . ' '. ' .. H ..' ,- L' ' 1 l" ' V i . l -A " - - " ' e " X e 1 ' ' 1 , - - -. f, '- h , '. l Y- 4. . . ,. . . . - 1 V 1 .fy 1 '- ' I V V r' ' . , . , . ' V 5 I- - h g - ,, . , . 3 - , -. . . - - e N ,X -U KU ..' ' .. 5. . . ' I . t , , , m Q . . D . A J u w ' 1-. - .e .' C ' ' - N' ' . . ' 3 ' . Y . c . - - A, . Agucultulal Notes - . . . . . ,,. ' U . - X' U . ' , .- . 'n . ' - L. . ' l . 1 . I 1 - ' 11 . ' , . . . , M . ' - I I V V - . l 1 , V. , . - H F v ' - . 1 1 . .1 . . - 11 . . ' ' . . . . v ' .4 v - . . . . ., q ' l ' l . . . l . Left to ught fFront Rowl V1v1an Smlth Ann Ga1ther Barbala Stone Kathryn Andlews Mrs Putnam Sy1v1a Robbms Ruth Sherman Mamy Catheune Spear Bebe Tmsley Annette Lockey iBac1c Row? Challes Lmdsey Stanley Gray James Clawley B111 Boyd MacNe11 W1th91S John Patterson Durwood Roberts Juamta Dlxon Kathryn Green Sponsor MRS MAXINE PUTNAM CLASS OFFICERS FIRST SEMESTER Preszdent STANLEY GRAY Vzce Preszdent CHARLES LINDSEY Secretary RUTH SHERMAN Treasurer BILL BOYD Counczl Representatwes MARY CATHERINE SPEAR MACNEIL WITHERS SECOND SEMESTER Preszdent MARY CATHERINE SPEAR Vzce Preszdent STANLEY GRAY Secretary KATHRYN GREEN Treasurer BILL BOYD Counc1l Representatzves BEBE TINSLEY NLACNEIL VVITHERS tvsentx tu ., ' ' . . .' . , . : ' ' , ', ' ,' , ' 'Y 1 . 1 . . 7 ' ', 'o 11111111 111Q e s P11111111 0111 D0 1 1r1111eS111'11111 1n11S1J11 1 1 X1 1 11111111 110 10 10111 1011 11111111 1 ff 11111 111 111101 11111 1111111141 1 0111 f1i5xIT 11 K111111n An 1 111 0 1 s h111111B 111 X110 111111111 1 mes C1 111111 181111 11111 1110 Of 11111 1101 0111 11f1ss IS 1 'ICI J111n111 Dlxon 1 name 1om1 n011 She S 1 11 01111111111 D41 f1n11 h011 A fe11o11 11110 s z-1111 4111 111z1n11 and U31 Is 0111 1111 p1es111en1 S1an1e1 G1a1 W1 ll lid to 11e11a11 she s an exCe11en1 11011411 K11h11n Gleen 111111 lonff b10n11 han Is s11e11 1nd f111111111 k1n11 and fan CIIWIIES LIHCISSX h1s e1ea1 1121.11 and 11m If 1011 11 an1 some1111ng done Just ask 111111 Annette L01ke1 that b111ne11e lass Is an outstandmg membex of 0111 C1ass John Pattexson 1110111111 1a1he1 sh1 Can 183111 1111011 that baske1ba11 111211 A1 e1e11 s1ho01 01 class, affan Sy111a Robblns, 18 a111 a1s 111616 DIIIXXOOCI Robe11s 18 f1 om Lake C111 Flom 1111211 11e1e 11121111 hes 1e11 111111 If 1011 ne fond of bea1111 1nd mee Look 11 Ruth S11e1mf1n s f1g111e 1nd f'11e V1111n Smlth 18 1 q111e1 one B111 she s 21111 11s f11e111111 and 1 101 of fun A ciepenchble 2111 1s 'Nf9.1X C S0931 Whcn 11e n1e11 hex she s a111 a1s he1e Th11 11111111 blonde 1111 ndmeci Ba1ba1 1 Stone Is 1lmos1 1161. 61 seen 11one W11e1111e1 she 1a1ks '1bOL11 Wh11e Sp11nv Bebe T1ns1e1 s 10119 111s1 IIHUS 'VI1Ne11 WIIIICIS fa10111e 0111 Hf1s mam '1 IEC1 and s111n1nU 11111 11111111 11111. . . . - S - L XIII, 1 1 . 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H1lda Hlnot Ruth Stemfuhrer Maly Flank Floyd Lula On Smlth Mary Loulse Norwood fTh1Td Rowl Mr Kelley B111 Wells Fred Myers Jack Boyd Tate Smlth Bob Bannerman Bowen May Jullan Branche Tom Kmney Jumor Beasley Henry W1ll1ams O1l1s Causseaux PHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS FIRST SEMESTER President BOB BANNERMAN Vzce Preszdent FRED MYERS Secretary ELAINE FAIRBANKS Treasurer TOM KINNEY Counml Representatwes FLORA KURZ HENRY WILLIAMS SECOND SEMIESTER Preszdent HENRY WILLIAMS Vzce Preszdent FRED MYERS Secretary PAT THOMAS Treasurer TERESA MYERS Counczl Rzpresentatwes SARAH ISABEL HAMLIN TOM KINNEY tvsc-ntx four .I ' 4' s x 1 in V -.. s x f 4 4 ,- I 1 'S ei 2 rv ' ' .4 KY . . , - J ., 'Q wi' N ' H . A. ,l -.. ' - ' - . fm ' 1 -. w W ,.b . .- , , f-. .- ,Q ,-,AK , ,,. yn. I Q O , K KW! V i A ' , I , - ' Y I Q 9 ' . ' ' Q ' . . . C, . v . . 3 . , 1 , , , , , , v , , - 1611111 Lua e Home lxoom Dleetln eportcc B A LCIIILIL Lanlcla Whlle loxlng the halls of Flollda Hlgll about ten tllllty one molnlng I declded to take a peek at the tenth lad I found M1 Kelley the sponsol looklng glalely at the assembled QIOUD as lf llyln to detlde xl hetllel Cl not hls thalges xxele paxlnf due attentlon to the buslness of the day At that tlnoe th buslness seemed to be ln the hands of Henly Wllllams class plesldent who was leadlng the announcements flom the bulletln Aftel stumbllng sevelal tlmes 0261 the plonunclatlon of Sop choppy Henly flnally sought the ald of Mfuy LOUISE Nolwood but hel efforts at asslstance xxele d1OXVIlCd by the DOOIIW SUDDIBSSGCI laughtel XXh1Ch Uleeted Henlvs mlstake In Oldel to make out the absence 1CDO1t Pat Thomas leached OYCI het desk to DOIIOXK a pencll flom Elalne Fall banks theleby upsettlng a plle of calefully stacked papels Glanclng at M1 Kelley Pat saw wlth a slgh of lellef that he was OCCUplGd IH Sllenclng Jack Boyd Tate Smlth gallantly offeled to help Pat DICK up the DHDCIS While Elalne contlnued to put on llpstlck Comlng ln late Jack Blalock and Bowen May tlled to tlptoe ln behlnd the nelman and Fled Myels 'walled themselves of the oppoltunlty to make a few wlseclacks Then attempt at humol was rexxalded by glffgles flom F1011 Kulz and Malgalet Puckett Blll Wells and JUHIOI Beasley seemed to be havlng a contest to declde who could tell the best polntless Joke Ruth Stelnfuhlel and Nell Claxnley wele engaged ln a heated algulnent ovel some sublect as Should the length of alley cats tfllls be standaldlzedq Ol Hou fast can a lattlesnake tlavel on one cyllndelo Salah Isabel Hamlln who xt as dlaxxlng a glll pald scant attentlon to the fldslce of Ollls Causseaux whose lemalks showed llttle knowledge of alt In an 'lttelnpt to blow '1 small bubble wlth h1S bubble Hum Jullan Blanche mls calculated and bleu a huge one XKIIICII popped ln hls face Th1S amused R1Cll3Id Ranevx xl ho stopped llSt9I'llI1U to Tom Klnneys funny SIO1 les long enough to laugh at Jullan s pllght Lula Smlth was vwatchmf, the class tleasulel Telesa Myels who was tlylng to convlnce Melly Flank Floyd that she ou ed some dues Maly F'1'1Ilk ICYUHIIISCI unlm plessed by all TGIGSHS effolts Genevl Gleen 'md Dolothx Stokes xxele quletly elcchanglng xleus on XK0lld tondltlons The bell woke Hllda Hlnote who lKOIldC1ed ldly lf anythlng had been goln on dullng her nap txfllt tlx - , . 5 V . . fl A 1 cl - Q As R A V B l' l G ,- chemistry table but Mr. Kelley saw them and sent them for a tardy slip. Bob Ban- V 1 y - 1 ' ' e WW-ng, Left to rlght fFzrst Row Kneelzngl Clalre St John Marlon Game Char lene Sharkey Elrzabeth McLean Carlton Gray Charles Smlth 1Second Row? ND Loucks Nell Caro Edythe Grlder Jeanette Carhle Frances Moody Annle Mae Lmdsey Carolyn Hart Lee Scott J P Love Jr iThzrd Rowl Rose Kurz Mark Peddle Betty Murphy John Harbeson L C Hartsfleld Sponsor MR DONALD LOUCKS CLASS OFFICERS FIRST SEMESTER Preszdent JOHN I-IARBESON Vzce Presuient CHARLENE SHARKEY Secretary MARION GAME Treasurer ELIZABETH MCLEAN Counczl Represcntatztes ANN WOOD CARLTON GRAY SECOND SEMESTER Preszdent CLAIRE ST JOHN Vzce Preszdent CHARLES SMITH Secretary CHARLENE SHARKEY Treasurer MARION GAME Councxl Representatztes ANN WOOD CARLTON GRAY tuoutx slx l l :qu .1 O A A L dw L ,. -.5,.q..2'5 "' we , . , . y . : . Q ' . i - I ' 1 9 . f I . . i 7 r - ' 1 I ' ' - . ' ' Q . T il 1F IAL I Pcixll C1 1541 H119 'HI I 'JSI KW! 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V .F Gilbert Clzanfller-to 10a1'11 11o11' to c11'11'0 a c-211' ' Q- " L C' " z"'1aV '.3 'I I 7 ' .',-,v K 1 1' L' 1 " ' f- Z'11 nj: 1" bb 5 V . Rl K 1 A ' ' , , F 1 t .' ' . .k, C bv ,.. 'i I 1 '11 '1 , 1 1 -A ' c ' l' . - ,, . 10 . 1 1 1 1' ' . . , .' K . V ' .- 1 K ' ,A 1 Q 4 N' ' . , - , , L P 'L, T 2 . ,-. K . . A .F X. 'VIIIY-111119 E E TH GRADE Left to rlght fF1rst Rowl John Beverley Lou Allen I-Iofma Thad Chason Donald Brock Carol Dean 1Second Rowl Betty Lane Henderson Jeanne Pa1r1sh Ma1y Ellen Moody Jean Grldex Sarah Halt Lila Kather1ne Turner 1Thzrd Row! Elbert Scott Ralph Scott Jack Demetxee Kenneth Robex ts Herman Smlth 1Fourth Rowb Helen Hardaker Mona Clalre Malshburn Betty Jane Tmsley W1l11am Perry Walter Parker Frank11n Chllds fln Backl M Cason Sponsor MR ERNEST CASON CLASS OFFICERS FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER Preszdent JOHN BEVERLEY Preszdent HERMAN SMITH Vzce Preszdent HERMAN SMITH Vzce Preszdent CAROL DEAN Secretary CAROL DEAN Secretary CHARLES BINNICKER, Treasurer LOU ALLEN HOFMA Treasurer THAD CHASON Counczl Representatztes Counc1I Reprcsentatztes JEAN GRIDER SARAH HART CHARLES BINNICKER LOU ALLEN HOFMA Ihlltx y - 1 y I , . - , 9 y 1 y - - y Y V v - Q y , , , . . 1'. . s v . 1-tolv 0 tie :CVC1lJEl LIIELCL Of the tw entxf fOl1l pllplls ln otll loom onlx fOlll stalted ln klndel ffaltell toeethel Thex XXCIC Cfllol Dean who has malntalned an en xlable attendance IECOICI John Bexellx one of oul best students Salah Halt who alwaxs has somcthlng to say and 518.13 Ellen 'vloodx of the plettx blown culls When xxe enteled the fllSf lflde we VKSIE Jolned bx blonde Lllfl Kathellne Tlllilel sweet XOICCCI Lou Allen Hofma and spllvhtly Jack Dcmetlee These same puplls xx exe t gethel agaln ln the second flade wlth the elcceptlon of John Bevelly who left us fol fl few yeals Thele wele no nexx Dllplls IH the thlld glade but the next xeal we welc Jolned bx bIOXRfl eyed Helen Hflldakel OL11 old fllend John callle back to be wlth us Ill the flfth glade We wele also fflad to haxe As we stalted the sllctll glade xxe welcomed flxe new membels Thex xx ele blue eved Thad Chason Helman Smlth xxlth hls twlnkllnff eyes Ralph Scott of the fleckles and attlactlxe Qllfl and the two xxho alw lxs make Good glades Elbelt Scott and Challes Blnnlckel ow tlat wt lle lll lllIll0l Ill' ll we uumbel txxellty fOlll ul llonle loom teflchel lS Nil Cason The new ptlplls xxt gzlceted thls xell welt plettx Jean Pfllllsh qlllft Je-ln GllClCl lollx Bettx Jane Tlnslex happx Wflltcl Plllxel toxx headed Flanl-clln Chllds funny Wllllalll Pellx llxelx Kenneth Robelts and last but not least Betty Lane H9IlCl9lSOl1 Max xxf QOIIUIIUF to shale wohk and fun IlllOl1f"h Olll hleh school xeals' llllltx out . ' -4 W - . A f , . -, H uf , J- . ' I. ' . . I v, . T C . ' ' .- ,.,c ' A -. '. N' ' ' 4 ' . ' I' I 'V ' , - .' L , , . Z . . tv. . 5. A. -.: . - '.A. g .C , . V V ' ' -v ' C .' , .. 5. , 4 - . ' , . C -. JD . , ' L. A, ' K. , . G . ' ' F. rg . , Q4 A A i . ' xt Q L ' V . , . ' ' H, . . - C V .I . .' Q w , , .' -. ' ' t . h . . L -. D . Mona Claire Marshburn. of the wavy bl'oxx'n locks. N' Y ' ' D c 4 fn , ' V . Y' .-' 'A I D Nl ' l 'I 2 ' ' j ' ' Q . ' ' ' - -. O ' K, 2 , .km . M, K K ,.'n. v ', K .' .' -, t. c . 'P 5. KY C F thirty-Iwn rj! -4-2 mw x kv X A7Of 'Q ATHLETIC , ' f""?ky':, A I T , x I 4. ,. NN. In 'v f 'ON 3 in Q 1 Q xx A I i., 'L' Kfif Q- K ,-H" V I I X X 1, if 4 FQ, , ff f" ,, ' Q Q 2 "' X, X, A xdf 4' JJ -X X 'fx x sgfk' " Q N' ' 1 If ... 5 el I l I N L f ,A S Ml 'I 12? , ' N Q Q '65- 'll PH QW' llnxli 11111 ota J ulran Beane 'Second Rowr I D Freedman Mark Peddre Bobby Russ Wrllram Pararo Henry Wrllrams John Turner fThzrd Row? Bob Bannermann Stanley Gray Howard Wrllrams Walton Jones J P Foldes Jack Whltaker Jack Blalock Tat Smith Mr Loucks Ready' Get set' Go' was sounded by th whrstle openrng Florrda Highs frfth season of srx man football The srgnal was answered by a group of enthusrastrc boys who met for therr fnst practrce sessron on September 3 1940 In sprte of the fact that the average werght of our startrng lrne up was only 139 pounds Flor rda Hrgh under the able drrectron of Coach Loucks had a very successful season wrnnrng seven of the nlne games Our schedule was afforded varrety thrs year by the addrtron of three teams to the Conference and by our game wrth Peacock School of Atlanta Our star end Howard Wrllrams and Captarn Jack Whrtaker won places on the All Conference team Bobby Russ recelved Honorable Mentron Football letters were awarded the following boys Henry Wllllams Howard Wrlllams Bobby Russ Jack Whltaker J P Foldes Walton Jones Tate Smrth Mark Peddre John Harbeson Gene Herrrng and Stanley Gray manager Opponent They Frrnk Port St Joe Wewahrtchka Sopchoppy Wewahltchka Grand Rrdge Crawfordvrlle Peacock Chattahoochee thlrtx lrxo 0 lj l I 2 . 1 . 7.4, gigs 425 ,L,, I, 'A V far, V l A , Left to right, fFirst Howl: Julian Branche. J. P. Love, Jr., Gene Herring. We 13 ' 12 12 . 32 36 ' 0 18 6 44 ' 6 50 ' 6 18 ' 14 33 18 0 85 Basleetloall Left to right 1F1rst Row! Jack Whitaker Julian Branche Junior Beas ley Bobby Russ Walton Jones Jack Madigan fBack Rowb Ml Loucks John Patterson Harvey Hall Torn Kinney Bill Jones Stanley Gray The Fighting Demons had a most successful 1940 41 basketball season In cluding the tournament games our record showed twelve wins and ten losses Although Coach Loucks had to begin the season mth only one of last years letter men 1941 Captain Jack Madigan he successfully rounded out a squad of commend able players Smce each member of the team was equally efficient in scoring ability the result was a uell balanced team Loyal students who saw the games will long remember the contest with Green ulle which was won in the last seconds of play mth a goal by Jack Whitaker guard L11-reverse they will recall the Cottondale Foley and Krnard games that brought out the stellar ability of the Demons when they embarked on a crushing last mmute attack to score victories in typical style In the finals with Foley the D mons tried vainly to overcome a small lead and mth thirty seconds to play they scored four points Only one point separated the two teams as the final vthrstle bleu Members of the 1940 41 squad who well deserved congratulations for placing second in the tournament were Harvey Hall Jack Whitaker Bobby Russ Bill Jones Jack Madigan Julian Blanche Junior Beasley Tate Smith John Patterson Walton Jones and Tom Kinney Bill Jones star center of the Demons was placed on the C diusron all district squad For this distinction he ieceued a miniature silrer basketball Keep on fighting Florida High Demons' I h 1 1 t x s 1 x . Y. , - V - y, ' Y . . Y. . Y . ' 7' ' - ' 1 During the district tournament, Florida downed Jennings, Lee, and Sopchoppy - v ' V ' , ' ' . . , 1 J rl VI Fark Ji Cl I I V UU Ogf,',wfw'.f JT Fx. 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'.. 1' - ' , in , I gp , w A I X 7 7 , H- Wu f A- Nl, Z - 1 'cu ent OUHC1 Left to rlght CSeatedJ Jean Grxder Mary Catherrne Spear Sauna Jane Isabel Rogers Jack Whltaker Mary McCann Mary Ann Waller MacNe11 Wlthers Bettye Jane Snowden iStandmgJ Ann Wood Carlton Gray Flora Kurz M1 Loucks Henry Wxlhams Sonny Nelson Charles Bmmcker FIRST SEMESTER Presuient JACK WHITAKER. Vzce Preszdent MARY MCCANN Secretary MARY ANN WALLER Treasurer ISABEL ROGERS REPRESENTATIVES 12th h BILL MESSER CARLTON GRAY SANNA JANE TAYLOR ANN WOOD 11th h MARY CATHERINE SPEAR SONNY NELSON MACNEIL WITHERS BETTYE JANE SNOWDEN 10th. FLORA KURZ CHARLES BINNICKER HENRY WILLIAMS JEAN GRIDER I 91 8t 7th f 0 I' y tuclent Councu ? Left to rxght 1Back Rowf Isabel Rogers Walton Jones Mary Lucy Men denhall Mac Wlthers 1 Second Rowl Mr Donald Loucks sponsol Dolls Marge Jack Whltakex Stanley Gray fSeccmd Rowl Ehzabeth McLean Bebe Tmsley Tom Kmney Carlton Gray fF1TSf Rowb Lou Allen Hofma Jack Wells Sarah Hart Wmlfred Spear SECOND SEMESTER Preszdent JACK WHITAKER Vzce Preszdent STANLEY GRAY Secretary DORIS MAIGE Treasurer ISABEL ROGERS REPRESENTATIVES 1 2 th WALTON JONES MARY LUCY MENDENHALL l 1 th BEBE TINSLEY MACNEIL WITHERS 10th SARAH ISABEL HAMLIN TOM KINNEY Tot Il h, CARLTON GRAY ANN WOOD WINIFRED SPEAR JACK WELLS SARAH HART LOU ALLEN HOFMA ,N N N V V I R af 5 ' ,, 'Orxlya igk' ' '51 G .9t Sth 7th ' -1' y - o 0 G11' S Glee C T-5 wax ? fFzrst Row? Mrs Strong Dor1s Malge C1a1re St John Mary Frank Floyd Ruth Stemfuhxer fSccond Roul Elalne Falrbanks Marxan Lambeth Geneva Green Pat Thomas Sanna Jane Taylor rThzrd Row! Sylvia Robbins Bebe Tmsley Annette Lockey Ellzabeth McLean Mary Lou Norwood rFourth Row! Lula On Smlth Charlene Sharkey Marlan Game Mary McRory Jean Ph1111ps fF1fth Rowb Betty Murphy Mary Lucy Mendenhall Edythe Gryder V1rg1n1a Beecher Kathryn Slkes fS1xth Row! Ruth Sherman Kathryn Green Hazel Dolby Flora Kurz Rose Kurz lSeventh Row! Mary McCann Isabel Rogers Teresa Myers ITIS Watson Not ln plcture Mary Ann Waller ACt1V1t1GQ 0 tie F or1 a Hlgl Sc 100 G ee C u s Students who enter Florlda Hlgh School from the Demonstratmn Grammar School are fortunate m havmg had excellent mstructlon ln muslc from the f1rst grad through the slxth The seventh and elghth grades have courses ln musxc apprecxatxon as well as smgmg mcluded m then weekly currrculum When the student enters hlgh school he or she IS well prepared to JOID one of the two Glee Clubs However membershlp in the Glee Club rs left entnely to the student cholce The Boys and Gnls Glee Clubs have by no means been 1dle durlng the past four years In the sprmg of 1938 the Glrls Club presented a cantata The Thxe Sprmgs by Paul Bhss At Chnstmas time of the same year The Babe of Bethlehem by Bernard Hamblen was glven at the Presbyterran Church Both Glee Clubs frequently forty two Y , , " ' , A 'M1 1 X ' ' w-M "Z, '--"xi ' 1 I R 1 ,' . 'SQ ' 3- N Kiln- f . , K. ,,. A , 5 'XSL lx f!,..' I , . V "' f . ,f V , . " 4:3-Q , A . V ' , ff , t , M , 9 e ,I Q i .. . . rr ,, 1- ,,..,- a a ' , 1 . :l . 2 , , , . E I 1 d l 1 1 1 1 L 9 . I . . . . , ' ' . v ' . v ' ' - ' v .1 . 9 ' vv . - N- v ' ' ' tx V! I ' . Boys' Glee CLeft to nghtl Durwood Roberts Bob Bannerman Freddy Myers Davld Gunson Julxan Branche B111 Jones Henry W1111ams J P Foldes Or11s Causseaux Jack Boyd John Harbeson Mark Peddle John Patterson Un front? Mrs Strong CNot m pzctureh Harvey Hall Jack Madigan sang m chapel and on Parent Teacher Assoclatlon programs A double male quartet sang at a dlnner at Wakulla Sprmgs gxven by the Klwanls Club ln 1938 Both clubs partlcxpated m Sprmg Concerts ln 1937 and 1937 In November 1940 the gxrls sang at the Leon County Falr on a program broadcast from the fan' grounds In the past two years the Gxrls Glee Club has done some especxally outstandxng work 111 that lt has partlclpated for the flrst tune xn several annual events In October 1939 the glrls were xnvlted to slng for the Ockloclrnee teachers then meetmg at Leon Hlgh School The second actlvlty that has fair promxse of becommg a yearly event and one of much mterest among the students 1S contestmg 1n the West Florlda Mus1c Festlval at DeFun1ak Sprmgs A group of glrls was sent ln Apnl 1940 mark 1ng the flrst tlme that Florlda High had been represented at th1s festival They were awarded a ratlng of .flrst place ln the fxrst d1v1s1on of thelr class on then' fxrst venture forty thr 1 1 ' I 7 I 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . . 1 , . Y - I - 1 1 . , . . 1 1 I 7 I - .- B -rl . --. 1 .-- -f. V-, '47, .4x.. . , . , . 'f . L. -1 if T egpsn C u Left to nght fBack Row? Harry Mrddlebrooks Bobby Russ B111 Messer Sanna Jane Taylor Mac Wlthers Mary Ann Waller Walton Jones Mr Ralph F Donaldson sponsor 1KneelzngJ Mary Lucy Mendenhall Mary McCann Ins Watson fFront Row? Isabel Rogers Kathryn Andrews Doris Marge Kathryn Sxkes Mary Catherlne Spear forty fou , nn.-- 1 ,J , 1 as 0 1 I with I 4, bi 1 ,M J, , t I 1' y -rf... 'Z Q 4 ' .5 v . 17" ' 4 A rv ..f' +giff', ,A V fm- 4, -fa-A-A . ' : , , ' . T - 1- Ci 10113 L 7 L 0110! ULIL 11111 vc OD A l1OllIJC of tl c Nluon 11 Tl tspun Honol Souftx fO1 l11 h schools was 1l1sL1l' c 111 1959 mth Do11s VIa1f'c as Dlisldllll The ftsslffnetl IIOLIDE 111111115631 was 193 The socletw IS educauonal 1Il natu1e and has as 1ts p11ma1s 211m tl1e st1mul1t1oh to become 1 membe1 a student must Glthel hate pe1fo1med 111th me11t one maJo1 1ole oz tvlo ITIIHOI 1oles l1a1e been a comm1ttee chauman fo1 th1ee plays hate vtutten a good plax or hate taken pa1t 1n 1ad1o 5k1tS Membe1sh1p IS xestucted fo lngh schools and academles of 1ecogn1zed standmg Duector of the local Thesp1an Socxetw IS Ralph F' Donaldson speech duectol and art teacher of F'lo11da H1g11 School Off1C61S ot the uoupe H118 yeax a1e P7LS1dC7lf DORIS MAIGE Vzce P1 cszdent BILL MESSER The t1oupe sponsoletl the plat Amerlcazt Passport gnen by the Jumox and Sen1o1 Classes on Nou embel 71 and 22 1940 Some of the membels also took part 1n Arznze Laznzs Racho salts ana p1off1ams completed the X631 s act111t1es T1ilTXTlXC' Y - ' ' . 5 n X 1 I H1 -511111 ll ' D ' 111' '11 , - 1 ' 1 ' 1 1-12' z 11: 'z ' 11. 5: 5 ' sz .fl . ,- L ':,, ,.. ,HJ X A ckznn . , . . A. -fl of wider interest ln dramatics among boys and girls in secondary schools. In order HOIHG COHOHIICS Left to rlght 1SeatedJ Elo1se Llnton Betty Murphy V1rg1n1a Beecher Marxan Lambeth Dorls Malge Sauna Jane Taylor Mary McCann iStandmg Fzrst Rowh M1ss Stuckey Ann Wood Annxe Mae Lmdsey 4 Second Rowh Marlon Game Charlene Sharkey Juamta Dlxon 1Th1Td Rowb Carolyn Hart VIVIHH Glbson Ellzabeth McLean Rose Kurz Frances Moody Annette Lockey for O Annie Eilla Glover, Jean Phillips, Norma Upchurch, Mrs. Williams. I ' t y - s i x cunt t Itllillt, L The Home Eeonomms Club was 1eo1fan1fed on 'XIotemlJe1 96 1940 On U11 OCCWSIOII a buffet SUDDCI p1epa1 d and sexxed bu the adxanced class was held 1n the Home Eeonemus labo1ato1x 111 OICICI to b11ng, to tl1e1 the ITIPITIDGIS of the Hom Etonomlts classes and the tha1te1 membels of the tlub It was Ci9CldEd thftt those students who a1e Liklllg, Homf ELOIIOITIKS at tht pxesent t1mt Inav become membus of E118 club and that those who hut had one sem of Home EConom1cs aboxe tl+ elthth 1ade may be toted 1n The QICUD tlected the follm 1r1L students as lts OfflC8IS Preszdent VIRGINIA BEECHER Fzrst Vzce Preszdent CLAIRE ST JOHNI Second Vzce Preszdent ELOISE LINITON Secretary MARIAN LAMBETH Treasurer BETTY MURPHY Superzzsor MRS NINA MAF WILLIAMS Sponsor MISS MIRIAM STUCKEY As 1ts fnst p1oJect of the tea1 the club unde1 took to pack 1 CIIIISUTIHS bo! for '1 fam1lv 111th th1ee Cl8U'Iht8IS Each membe1 of the Club bIOLlf l1t an a1t1Cle of clothmb food OI a tov fo1 1118 'mound the a es of 9 12 14 Fox the Decembel SOCIHI meetmg the membels enJo3ed '1 taffy pulhng 1n 'ht On FSIJILIHIW tl1e set enth and e1gl1th '1 dele '1t1on f10IIl the club att nded the State Home Eeononncs Con1ent1on 1n Tampa at tl1e Tampa UDIYQISIIX The luncl1eon at the Contentvm was held 'lt the Columbm Restatnant 111 Ybo1 C1tX I-Ie1e we emowed a 1 11' lflll Spanlsh Cllllfltl In the '1fte1noon ue attended the Stat Fan and sau mam Cl 1n'1l eYh1b1ts Th Cont ent1on 11111 le l1 ld on the campus of F S C W next wen A NIOIIIGI 1nd DWLIUIIIGI Ptcepuon 11 s held on -Xp11l 4 111 the Home Etonomms lalaomtou A SDIIII n1ot1f was CTIIICCI out T19 Annu 11 P1om was held on A1111 18 111 the aud1t1111111 Th 1oo1n was CIGCOI ited as uden Punch VK'1s stued The 1nsta1 1E1O!T ot tl t' e tunnn xea1 xx held on N111 1? 1OItW etxen , - , , - I I !- . il I - UI : Ll 'I , x 5 ' 3: 3 1 ' ' .. . . . 5 K 4 1 U- f - , .P K. . . 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IA. f. ,ff . . ,'. .' r Pep Club In order to promote better school spmt to ald 1n havlng a better cheermg sectlon at games and to have fun the glrls orgamzed the Flonda High Pep Club m September 1939 'I'he flrst meetmg of thls orgamration for thls year was held September 11 at vxhlch t1me the followmg offlcers were elected Preszdent DORIS MAIGE V1ce Preszdent HELEN MCCANN Secretary SANNA JANE TAYLOR Treasurer KATHRYN SIKES Publzczty Manager ELOISE LINTON All enjoyed the plcture Strzke Up the Band when the Pep Club entertained lts new members wlth a theater party Durlnff the half of most of the football and basketball games the Pep Club sang and marched presentmg several unusual formatlons On December 17 the group gave lts annual Ch11stmas party aft r which they went carolmg The members brought gifts whlch were glven to the Elks for then annual Chrlstmas tree In order to ald the Natxonal Infantlle Paralysls fund the Pep Clubs of Florlda H1gh and Leon H1gh met on the mormng of February the first to sell bangles On the nlght of May 2 1941 ln the Augusta Conradl Theater the Pep Club presented a mlnstrel show wlth slngmg danclng and special numbers The uniform of the Pep Club IS a maroon sweater whlte shlrt gray pleated Sklft maroon socks and saddle shoes T7 A forty 111 v , , , . 3 1 I . . . . . 1 , D v , . . 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TN .fx .'. . fx - Il Q Cro estra Rose Kurz Cello Vlrgxnxa Beechex Txumpet IIIS Watson Plano Dorothv Stokes Claunet Ha11y Mlddleblooks Clarmet Hunter Marshall Drums ilttx 'v 1 v - v y . - v y - 1 - - T e Schoo Bo a ety Patro will SAFETY PATROL Gxlbert Chandler lcaptalnb Johnny Strxckland Luke Blackburn Robert Hart Sonny Nelson George Butler Lou Allen Hofma Ralph Scott Herman Smlth Kenneth Roberts gan operatlon at Florlda Hlgh 1n 1939 Umforms COIlS1St1I'lg of vlsored cap hea 5 coat Sam Browne belt shlrt and tle were furnlshed by the sponsor The Patrol IS made up of elght re ulars and two reserves Patrol members ale on duty before school at the beglnmng of the noon hour at the end of the noon hour and aftel school It IS thelr duty to assxst puplls across the streets boundlnv the school and 1n all ways to fost r the 1dea of safety about the school f1ftXoll1 The School Boy Safety Patrol, sponsored by the Lion's Club of Tallahassee, be- National Honor dociety lLeft to rzght standmgl Stanley Gray Wllllam Boyd Rose Kurz F1018 Kurz Mary Joy Lee lSeatedl Eloxse Llnton Charlene Sharkey Mlss Fletcher Isabel Rogers Mary Lucy Mendenhall and Patrxcxa Thomas OFFICERS Preszdent ISABEL ROGERS Treasurer ROSE KURZ Vzce Preszdent MARY L MENDENHALL Secretary FLORA KURZ Sponsor MISS KATHLEEN FLETCHER Students ale elected to membelslnp ln the Natlonal Honor Soclety on the bas s of character scholarshlp leadershlp and se1v1ce The Florlda I-hgh chapter was lnstalled ln the sprmg of 1939 when fourteen students became chartel members In Febluary a hobby shovs was sponsored by the chapter Some of the hobbies represented were collectlons of stamps postcards dolls miniature dogs COIHS match folders Scott1sh punts and models of alrplanes and trams To promote mterest ln patrlotlc songs the oxganlzatlon featured a Know Your Natxonal Anthem campalgn clxmaxed by an assembly program New members who vsere 1nducted at th1s program vsexe Sanna Jane Taylol John Beverly Charles Bmnlcker and Elbert Scott flfix two 5 y f v v v - - - y - 1 v 1 - , ' , . . . 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The PLAHI Left to r1ght 'First Rowl Marxan Lambeth Jean Ph1l11ps V1rg1n1a Beecher Dorls Malge Grace Langston Mary McRory rSecond Rowl Mxss Purse Hazel Dolby Mary McCann Isabel Rogers Marv Lucy Mendenhall Sanna Jane Taylor fTh1rd Rowl Jack Mad1gan Jack Whltaker Davld Gunson Walton Jones Harry Mlddlebrooks Faculty Advzser MISS DOROTHY PURSE Ed1tors zn Chzef HARRY MIDDLEBROOKS ISABEL ROGERS Asszstant Edztors MARY MCRORY MARY LUCY MENDENHALL The Edztorzal Staff JACK WHITAIER MARY MCCANN HAZEL DOLBY SANNA JANE TAYLOR GRACE LANGSTON MARY ANN WALLER Busmess Manager JEAN PHILLIPS The Buszness Staff VIRGINIA BEECHER DAVID GUNSON MARIAN LAMBETH WALTON JONES ELOISE LAMBETH Art Staff DORIS MAIGE JACK MADIGAN Techmcal Advzsors MR AND MRS RALPH F DONALDSON MR JAMES SHAW MR JACK TAPERS ixfts three . 1 Z . 1 1 1 1 - - 1 1 1 1 .1 1 - - 1 1 1 , . - - Z v - 1 . . 7 - i fl X FEA I UREQ n J , I fa Km! 02 , KJ QL C61 CH dl' Septembel Tuesday 3rd FlfSt football practlce A large number came out and many old grads were seen Slttlng on the SlC1e1lIl6S Monday 9th Flrst day of school We settled dovsn to busmess after makmg new acqualntances fllhng out schedule cards and paymg var1ous fees Wednesday 11th Fnrst meet1ng of the Pep Club The members hved up to then name by makmg sp1r1ted plans for the year s act1v1t1es Off1cers were elected Wednesday and Thursday 18th and 19th After campalgn speeches enhvened by blts of humor Student Counc1l electxons were held Frzday 27th Fmrst football game We trekked to Blountstovsn and succeeded IP defeatmg Frmk Hxgh 13 12 Octobel Frzday 4th F'1rst home game played at nlght on Centenn1al Fleld A splrlted parade preceded the game but we lost to Port St Joe 32 12 Frzday 25th Football game and Hallowe en Carnlval We defeated our Wakulla County r1val Crawfordvllle to the tune of 18 14 Then everyone went to the school and enjoyed several hours of nlght clubblng 1 and part1c1pat1on ID other xnterestmg d1vers1ons sponsored by the var1ous classes Annette Lockey who was costumed most orlgmally 1n LIFE covers won the hlgh school prlze NOV6mb61 Frzday 8th GIFIS Glee Club program at Fan The two numbers whlch they sang vsere broadcast over W'I'AL Wednesday 13th Annual Staff meetmg Plans were made or the best annual m the hlstory of Flor1da H1gh School melmalds ln our m1dst Tuesday 19th Organ1zat1on meetmg of the Florlda Hlgh Home Econom1cs Club Frzday 22nd Peacock game and Jumox Semor play A very busy day' W vnon oser the Atlanta school 33 18 and then had them as our guests at Amerzcan Passport XXh1Ch was a very appropr1ate play patrlotlc 1n theme Wednesday 27th Semox SCFIDI Dance The affalr was held 1n the gym and the Leap Year xdea vs as Callled out as the gnls dragged the1r defenseless men Decembel Thursday 12th Fnst basketball game We played Crawfoxdulle and won 27 10 Tuesday 17th Pep Club Chustmas paxty All who attended brought toys for the poor and the vs hole group xx ent carohng latel lludl Tuesday 7th Half hohday for Goxemox Hollands mauguxatxon Cheers am1d a cold dr1z7le Monday 20th M1d year exammatxons began Nuff said Wednesday 29th Second semester Student Counc1l electxons flitx Sl V 1 ' H 1 Thursday, 14th-Girls' Swimming Pageant. Didn't know we had so many lovely ' , - ' '- ' . . e J a . . y F e b 1 u a 1 y Tuesday 4th Announcement of two awards made ln chapel Isabel Rogels won the D A R Good Cxtltzenshlp Award and Mary Lucy Mendenhall was chosen as the best reader ln F1or1da I-hgh School Even though Harry s words were not always clear over the makeshlft mlcrophone the sklt put on by the Annual Staff went ower blg Wednesday 5th Mary McRory departed for Annapohs to see her brother graduate Thursday 6th Mrs Putnam s graceful lntroductxon of Robert Frost created the approprlate settxng for the poets readmgs Tuesday and Wednesday 18th and 19th Pxctures of the xarlous school orgam zatlons were taken for the Annual Tuesday 25th Sarah Hart won the prxze glven by the local chapter of the D A R for the best patrlotlc essay That mght the faculty team won a thr11l1ng basketball game from the second Stflng student team M a 1 c h Thursday Frzday and Saturday 6th 7th and 8th D1str1ct II Basketball Tour nament Flor1da Hlgh agam played host and had lots of fun doxng It The fxghtmg Demon team went to the flnals ln the second dlY1S1OI'1 and were defeated by Foley 19 18 We brought home a trophy and placed one man B111 Jones on the mythlcal all d1str1ct team Old frlendshlps were renewed and new romances bloomed dul mg those three glorlous days Saturday 15th Ambltlous dummy ffxrst draft of Flahzscho subm1tted to the prlnter A J 1 1 l Tuesday 1st Semoz Kld Day For one day the Senlors put asxde thelr usual 491 d1gn1ty and acted l1ke kldS aga1n Thursday Frzday and Monday 10th 11th and 14th By spendmg our usual w11l not be dlsappolnted Thursday Aprll 10th Congratulatxons from all of us to Isabel Rogers for wxn nlng flrst place ln the Agnes Scott scholarshxp compet1t1ve exam Frzday 24th Presentatlon of the Speech Department play Annze Laurze A f1ne Job was done bv the talented cast and the competent staff Wednesday 30th Sen1or Skxp Day Peellng noses and pleasant memoues remlnd Us of a marvelous day ln the closlng hours of our school career M a y Frzday 2nd Pep Club MlHStI8l Fun and laughs for everyone Frzday 9th Jun1o1 Semox Banquet and Dance The Junlor Class did xtself proud ln entertalnlng us wxth an affau whlch we shall never forget Thank you dear frlends the sophs Frzday 16th SCHIOI Class Nlght A program of farewell chmaxed by he announcement of Senlor awards Sunday 18th Baccalaureate Servlce A challenglng message 11111011 IS sure to spur us on toward our goal and 1nsp1re us to do great th1ngs Frzday 23rd-GRADUATION DAY Tears and slghs of rellef were mmgled wlth the st1rr1ng stra1ns of Pomp and Cncumstance ' as the 1941 Semor Class of Florxda Hlgh School was duly graduat d befole a large gatherlng of parents relatives and frrends F I N I S tlfts sex , - . . - . , ' ' ' Y v 9 1 1 T . . - I . 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I thrnk the devrl has taken a hold on you Student I thrnk so myself ' The voung man walked boldly up to me elderly woman whom he had mistaken or the principal of the frmshrng school May I see MISS Barker please? he asked May I ask who you are'J Certamly I am her brothel Well well' Im glad to meet you m her mother Little Wrllre s gone to rest Hrs face well see no more For what he drank for H20 Was H2SO4 Mrs Putnam Well Jack what drd you do on your IIOIICIHWSQ Jack Oh not much not enough to wrrte an essas on anxwax Where rs ms wandering boy tonrght I wonder near or far'J An anxious parent asks and adds And also wheres the car'P Onward -I-I--I--I--I-+ -I-+-I--I--I--I-I--I-+ Prece Goods Mrllrnery rcs 2 2 ri FD o Z cu o E Po Ile Z K1 .. 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S mm EVN 2 -l'+++' -l-++++++-I-+ ++ ++++++ TALLAHASSEE FLA ++-r-+-r--r-r- -r-++-r-++ ll li it lr Complrments of SOUTHFRlN FIFLTRIL LOWIPANX -l +-l-+ Your General Electrzc Dealer The successors to Edrson and Sternmetz carry on today rnspned by the great contrrbutron to better hung these beloved screntrsts game us Probrng rnto the ur' known alu ays seekrng to rmprove that uhrch IS already the best-not only to keep G E out rn front but also to b11n all of us a more abundant lrfe that xou and your famrly may contmually fmd thrs a better safer and happrer vs orld rn xxhrclr to lrve ++ I-+++++-l-++ Youll Aluays Be Glad You Bought a G E' Product Because G E OFFERS THE MOST' -I-l'-l-+++++++-l-+-I-l-+ Elorse L Screntrsts say thta mosqurtoes vaeep Is that true" Mr Kelly Its possrble Ive seen a both bal Tournament onlooker Why do you punch that hole rn my t1cket'P Grace L So you can pass through She Dont you lose drrvrng on a nrght hke thlS9 Yes but I thought Id vsart trll vxe got a lrttle farther out WAR HIT PARADE Begrn the Barrage Torpedo Junctron Gunbot Serenade Beat Me Joey Three to the Shelter Ha1leluJah Im a Bomb Hell Herl The Gangs All Here Old Black Bomber Whrsperrng Tanks Shrptrde Call of the Cannon Florrda Flambeau -I- -l--I-+++'r'l-+-I-++ ++-I-4-H-I-+ Walton Do you hke to dance'P Barbara Oh yes I love to Walton Then well love Mary Ann Why rs rt that you re alvr ays at the bottom of the class'P Mary Ann they teach the same thrng at both ends Flora Wake up' Wake up Rose' Rose Can t Flora Why not'P Rose Arn t sleepmg Teacher An anonymous person rs one who does not wrsh to be known A fem moments later Who s that laugh mg rn the class? 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