Flushing High School - Litorian Yearbook (Flushing, OH)

 - Class of 1938

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LL ' , 5 " ' . --' -',,u.,1-2 Walton Howell--Flushing Hi., 1-2-6-4. f us SENIOR ACTIVITIES Contlnued Ilene Huff Glrl Reserve, l 2 5 4, Dramatios, 4, Basketball, 1, Home Ec Club, 5 4, Glee Club, l 2 5 4 Llbrarlan, 5 Trlple Trlo 1 2 5 Anita Humphrey G1rl Reserve, l 2 5 4 Dramatics, 5 4, Home Ec Club, 1 2 4, Glee Club, 1 2 5 4, Llbrarlan, 4 Halford Kirk Litorian Staff, 5, Dramatics, 5 4 Basketball, 1 2 4, Football, 5 4, Band, 5 4 Glee Club, l 2 5 4 School Quartet, 1 2 5 4 Orchestra, 4 Wayne Lydlck Cheerleader, 2, Annual Staff, 5 Dramatics, 5 4 Football, 5 4, Glee Club, 1 2 5 4, Holloway Hi, lst Semester Eduard Martowicz Class Officer, 1 5 4, Hi Times Staff, 2 Virginia Michelli Home Ec Club Anthony Micklovic Class Offlce, 4, Hi Tlmes Staff, 4, Dramatics, 5 4 Football, 4 James Moore Litorian Staff, Asslstant Buslness Manager, 5, Dramatics 5, Basketball, 1 5 4 Football, 4 Band, 5 4, Glee Club, 2 5, Football Manager, 5 Stanley Novak Hi Times Staff, 5 Football, 5 4 Irl D Owings Newark School, 1 2 Class Office, 5 Basketball, 5 Football, 5 Louis Palleva Band, 5 4 Glee Club, 1 2 5 4 Helen Jean Patterson L1tor1an Staff, 5, G1r1 Reserve, 1 Basketball, 1 2 5, Glee Club, 1 2 Emma Piriak Hi Times Staff, 1 4, L1tor1an Staff, 5, Girl Reserve l 2, Debatlng Club, 1, Dramatics, 5 Glee Club, 4, Librarian, 4 Mabel Pritts Girl Reserve, 1 2 5 4, Home Dc Club, 4 Alfred R1ley Dramatlcs, 5 Football, 4, Stage Manager, 5 Page ten 0 - , - - - S . . S . . , -- ' .. - - S - ' . -... 4 ' .. 3 ... -3- Litorian Staff, 5, Dramatics, 43 Basketball, l-2-4, Football, 5-4. - 3 , ' -- - ' 3 3 - ' L ' - -- - S S 3 - - - - - -5-4. ' .11 - 1 O . ' l , , . . 3 . . 1 1 wCT1V G1 0 t1HUGd 1 P 1 '1CG Wwe D1 P, T1 r11f 1 .JI'C,L1'lCltlf' L1 J .Lvl 1 .1161 F191 u1 Llbr V1 qv f f VU., PG PJ. 11 f 1 Q F1uH Lmzrarldr- U f Jr 1 vwn JT1 1CkeThP1 0o+bd1 lc wxnq Y C 1 UFQ1 1 h LQ 1 Q01 J 1 plfl 1 QYwL f Clllb 1J.LbI 1......L Fage clnven .BTH CR Q 1' 1? ,"x V1 ' 1 U 1 'Twre Kae Sm't---C asf Off' , 4, Ki-T11 S S+:fg 2, 1'tG 1f1 Staff, ' ,' '., .,. ., ' ' 'ii .. T' rv ' Q- , 4-'ff' .f F7 ' f . 'V- 3 Girl RMs,rvL, 1-Z-U-Q, 1 .' ,U,4g E3shu+FJ 1, 1-1-5-4, n1.e A . x f ,l . N .F , Ag, Club, 4, J ,s C1 M, l-3-Q, Q- QD, Q-4. Vuwuiin Etwwurt--buff T3 L,4a EQ. C1NM, Z. irvipiu TfscLi1T--Gl'1 KCVAFVL, 1-Eg Cramailvs, 1-2-4, E1-Timgf Lnff, Q, Llbrur1n1, 13 LQQMK1 Stuff, C, Ea:kgtb111, Q, Trl 19 Trio, . f,,1 Q D 11120 111, 1,-L-. W ,qw Tf?9S1--?Oufy11l, 3 ,, : mm., Q.-. Q, 7, 1' ., rv f gg. : -, A ,M Tm,rcg--11-11m.s 1L11?, Q, gon JC. Q ,, V, ' .,.4, Af- V,--1 Pu- --1' m-fmcs, Q4-4, N1 1, 1-23 , fu., 4. 1, : U V-,A -1 A- fs T . -2 . ,. , . -. 1 '1Qr1cv 11 .Ln--G111 1 f,1vU, 1-Q-Q-Q, ' 2.4L QQ, 4, Ba? et '11, 1- nd, T5 F, 5-43 Tvvc Zu. C1u:, 13 Glee lrb, 1-2-Q-4, -I. R".-1 - 7 1 , X. V- iff P -- ' . fl ,3v- V4 ,. ' 'fx 1- Jn H11TQr--Xt. Z1'1,1,t 1123 QCK1 , 1, 11-T1mQ,, F-', J -5511 q 1 Urumatlcs, 5-4, .sph Qc. ' , Eg T' 'ar1an, 3. r--'V 'Q T----v --1 Q- ---1- ---- - , -J.-.. .-, I1- ,1-.- 11g11 1 I xl ' I 1 I 1 'x 1 L-,.--mmu.m- 6 ' i 3 i V 1 L....J 1, CLASS HISTORY In order to summar17e the ristorv of the Senlor class of l958 we must first ge sack to the year of 1926, when seventeen puplls of the present class took thelr iniatory step together ln thelr twelve vears of school work mhlS number lncludes Vlrginia Bober Emma Bucco, Dorothy lisher, Anna Louise Harrls, Lena Hess, Althea HOlllHgSWOTth, David Holllngsworth, Ilene Huff, Anita Hunphres, ualford Klrk, Wayne Lydlck, Edward Martowicz, Vlrginia Michelll, Tames Moole, Emma P riak, Juanlta Stewart, and V1rg1n1a Teschner ose who golned later are Harry sell, Albert Conaway, delen l+tGP, Paullne Fuller, darry Gill, Irma Glllingham, Walton Howell nthony Micklovle, Stanley Novak, T11 Owings, Touls Palleva, Jean eterson, Mabel Pritts, Alfred hlley, Flora Mae Smith, Gene Thrash, lon Twarog, John Van Curen, Kda Walter, and Clarlce Wilson After once acquainted wlth school llfe, we had little dlificultv in learning the subjects whlch were to a1d us in our high school Wets and d6f1UitiODS to f.m1l1ar1ze us for our future education e are indebted to the grade teach rs for their instruction in dis pllne and companionship, whlch are two mportant factors in ole entary tralning When we entered hlgh sclool as Fleshmen, we were confronted vlth different nd more perplexlng t sks We were belittled and olsgraeed by the upper classmen, because of our unusual actions and gestures We found out that we had to be more self reliant than before The sutgects we took were concerned with a broader fleld, and gave us time to ponder on certain topics Although they were easy and lnterestlng, thev were also lnstructive and practical In our Sophomore year, we came to the conclusion that we were nit,n and that the rest of the high school could not continue J h 1ts UCtlVitlOS without us It seemed that we were always subject to lnformlng, but never susceptlble to advlse from our fellow class men Nevertheless, our school year ended wlth us realiz1ng that the next year we would have to reform to remain ln equltable stand lng with the rest of the students The Junlor year was eertalnly busy one No one could be idle s there were so many thlngs to be completed Worklng on the Lit orian, givlng 1 plar, and choosing class rings interfered with all of our studles At the end of the year we became more experienced 1n soeiablemess, by attending the Junlor Senior Banquet, which we successfully financed Each year ln high school brings us nearer to things which we wlll practice ln everyday llfe after we graduate, and this Junlor year stands above them all Page twelve f I . 0 . A . J . J. D , X W . U , I . . X ui 5. A . 1 . : . O , p F . , I . i. . , - X if T U . Q . 4 K . h V . L- 1 1 . . . . , 0 P1 ' ' A , Q : ' f it ' T ff-na . T s I . A J. ,. LJ - , ' I ' , I' . ' 0 1 T i . . J l 1 , " ...J .. " . 1 ,,4. J a' .L ,A V . C l'flc'1r'. r ' . 1 ' 5 C A . A Q . ., u career. For eight years we managed to absorb in our heads enough fa 'L . 2 ' ' ' - . 32,3 ' "' -i' ' ' i , - TTT J, ' . Q A ' 1 , 4 1 A x v' a A - ' a ' . K1 . 1 c. " - . Hu . . .Ad F . O - 9 , .X O M A vit . . . . g t n . g I . . g t . . L . g X . . , Q . V V CL ' . D 3 0 . ' ' ' Q. I c ' . . . Q . . - A . I ' - ' ' . ' . 4 1 ' . I CLASS WISTORV Our la t vear in high leave Nc dread having to tmrn Wrom nom on VG will ple along the thous nds of continued school 15 the one xh ch we UGJOI want to depart from here, probably never to re have to do our own olarninv, and strug others who are trying to reach success in this world Je envy tho e who next year will engoy the clas wartv, the soorts, the play, the Junior Senior Banquet, the Alumni Banquet, ard finally graduating Je hope that the le rning we have obtained here fill assist us in our future live and that those wcmaining in high chool tale dvontage of the education which is lefore them Thi should be in f vor of o r otto, which st tes hat, 'Educ rion 1 the Creator of Value and Capital ' Edward Nartowicz '38 CLASS NILL Ne, the class of nineteen thirty eight, being more or less of sound mind and health do hereby make and declare this our last will and testament Wirstly we hereby give, devise, and bequeath to the class of n neteen thirty nine the title WSeniorW which we have so nobly defended from those dreaded diseases, NLack of ambitionn a d aziness We al o leave them our mascot, Slippv, and all of our old worn out shewing gum which they will find deposited under the desks Secondlv, we leave to the Soplorores the privilege of un earthing any knoweledge which we may have overlooked while listen ing to the renowned wise cracks of our fellow students Thirdly, we give to the freshmen class our and a chance of becoming as fine a class as the unequaled dignity one which was graduated in nineteen thirty eight Fourthly, we leave gift which we hope will Stanley Novak leaves Maccallini. Ilene Huff gives her Campbell. Althea Hollingsworth unassuming manner. from each member of our benelit the receiver to class a personal an unlimited degree his ambition to become a minister to Lido first mortgage on James Hartley to Lois bequeaths unto Glenn Wilson her quiet and Page thirteen ' Q.- K .p ' . . . . . c nr -1 - ' . ' AJ I VH L u J. . 1 - 1 u '1 , L v ' - -' . A . v x 1 vp r 1 .. J - C A. U v . 5 - 1 A . rv- 'J , 1 1.1 -N V - - , g . ,.I - ' V . o 'I S X S I 1 ' V - P Q - - ' ' ' ' fs fs ' A- l . 2 ' 3 Q 1 -- J C4 , . . ., . . Q . - 1 3 'a' .. . S , , , , . . . , . 1 I ' ff J S I 5 c.. A I A ' ' r 11 m ' rx ju 3 , 1 . S c .4 ni Q . . . 4. ,-. D - rf Y . . ' ,ca .1 S A A . 1 -- A f' ' V4 V V . - . . . Y , Z ' I I K 1 L Q i . - . . . . - . .K . . n 'J 1 NT ' I1 ' r ' 4.4 . S ' L N . . . . . I e U K . .L .1 '- . v . . A - ' I " 0 . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . X l . . . J, . . . . CLASS WILL Contlnued To Cowboy Waddell we give Anthony M1klov1c's ab1l1ty to fall off of Horses To Ruth Dlas goes all the boys that Dot FlSH6P could have had not that Ruth need then Xe leave Jun1or Conoway's golcen voloe to Dlllv Luohi Virginla Bober leaves to Martha owell her onanoes of marryln a we lthy baohelor Nlth one foot lH the Lrave and the other on a banana peel Anna Loulse I rrls passes on ner b Vetoall ablllty to Betty Fuller Gene Thrash's sled rldlng abillty s left to B111 Powell hope B111 does'nt fracture h1s scull To Joseph Carroll we leave Halford h1rk's small dainty, and shell like ears to be used for ornamemtal purposes only de give Irma Gill1ngham's spontaneous glggle to Edythe idbe way to use on all sultable ocoaslons Wayne Lydlck leaves to Janet rlsner his famed Cbut apoarently unsuooessfull reduclng dlet We wlll Jaunlta Stowart's thlee cont debt to VlVl3H WOPthlHUuOH whom we hope 18 in better financial stanolng Mabel Pritts leaves her abillty never to get into miSChl9f to Wargaret Diosi John Van Curen bequeath hls ambltlon to become a dlctator to Harry Stanley We hope John makes good on the farm James Moore's many troubles are bestowed upon Dallas Wlllls We leave Em a Piriak's laoy llke ways to Ann Stanley Virginia Teschner leave her falr look of halr to the fearless Cor hairlessl three, COHSlSt1ng of Bruner, ueetlng, and Bethel Clarlce W11SOH pas es on her lreckles to Gessella Gergely Page fourteen L 5 . L Q. . . . K J- U ' . t 1' l 1 g s A. U . A Q 1 . 1.1 U . ' . t H ' . ' . ' g I 3 - 7- w rvy. ' rg O . ' Ita ' - A ' as.- ' Y ' 1 ' 1 . . . U . . i . . 'wie . I . , . . J. g We give Ada Walter's mischlevious manner to Goldia Huff. . T' K, ' r ' , V' . 1 Yu. J. Vw . v 1 " 4- O A ' '11 ' 1 C 1. . ' ' . A vu . 1 ' V ' C4- D 9 S . A . . 1 . 0 1 ' 0 I wr . V ' ' . S ' ' ' 1 . 2 . . A . .A . .. S. n . FOFLLTMQQ irf1ria c l 1 beluf Jtudicu o Tfslic Fi e Yirr ix s o e c lu i nerous of hot air opes ta Y e CTlOW Fvirof Divfe to Gilof Uepictro Yer corpact and all of her A rv- tic-Q U inna lords 1 leav gpm' Pu co's ahllity to trroJ boo s x 1 o llYfQJOTtI le vfs h s afiecticn lor ergorie anderson To la f in yes o Mori n OQOFlLZl a of nl anused ex usfs e hope th re are some leit lora hae Smith passes her ability to tick to one boy to Berdina H tiel cvard nartovicz leaves to Wobert Strader all of ris unrecogniz able portraits of his fellow classmates e iritter leaves hei veakness for chawin cheJ1r gum to Sara ce Barricklow lton Lowell vills his timidness to Bob Grimes To lirvaret Reline goes Lena Pess's ability to find fault with tjpf r ters Je aive Harry Bell's hair to Charles Valine to use for the pro tection of his chickens which are shedding Cpoor chickensb Anita humphery leaves HCT ambition to grow tall to Rose Ruyan To Paul Kose is left Louis Palleva's chances of becoming an olympic hero To Elizabeth Shipta goes Pauline Fuller's ability to hold her temper. Clyde Powell receives Alfred Riley's athletic ability. Don't disgrace it Dopey. Jean Patterson bequeaths to Frances Bradley her preference for the candy confection known as NOh Henryn. Page fifteen Ci "1 T ..1".s.Jz, .. L14 . - -' - 1 w L A v T7 ' ' 7 'MLS 'ri 1 ' f f 'w C' Y- Q V-N ' 1 .uf r- X ' U, ' , ,,, L a idl are o- .it-.s ..e1' L , 5 'negro t liar J v.: 't , I, '3 " -' mrs t 1? Jw' -f I f- - - r '1 . ' AJ ffifill. 5- no JH l ,or f we A o zwivolrf J - Q X- 1 ,.,: ifg W, Saw -Q lf, - , 4: --an final bi ,avg ,A , , ..l ,l. v-i.1U.1 .iw i. 'X Je ..f-- ,U ,,p...l.l5, dp. 15' " ' V v- " Y' fr ' m ' "F - 5 ' ii , , w x L.- L . v 1 . , K-, .fu X, - V J l , N l , -. s- ' -- ' , V. fs vw, ' l Tflllg lhluf. -.,.1S-..f3 l I., . ' ' ' ,cf .-5 fx cs 1 .- - rr ' ' 3 ' A K Tf L, X J., lf' L, ,A V., f,:..L1.-'A . K., G l V , if, ' 7' ' f'C'XK ' H .. ' f' ' fx ' TJ' ' ' f, oaflf H l ny . . a , .ir V ni o . . r l T -' . , to U 0 'llhc. V . . . . . N . 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I ' C1 F' Q V I . - . . . 3 . . . . - I CLASQ WILL Continued We in witness thereof, do set our hand and seal on this twenty nlnth day of February, lH the year of our Lord nlneteen hundred nd thlrty elght Miss Helen Campbell Mlss Dorothy Latham M138 Letha Shahan Mls Frances Lyle Wayne Hall 59 C AsS PROPHECY In the month of lay 1954 whlle taklnv a vacatlon from my posltlon as chef ln the natmore Restaurant, I was attendlng a conventlon that was held ln New York Clty Dlsmlssed from the meetlng I was walklng lelsurely down the street when I notlced some small chlldren laughlng and shoutlng on thelr way home from school It lmmedlately brought to my m1nd memorles of m school days and espeelally memorles of the class of 58 I paused to thlnk of fond recollectlons of my 8SSOClat10n with them I pondered over my thoughts for some moments and then oroced d down the street I had not gone far when my attentlon the past, present and future N My thoughts were drawn to a qulck concluslon would he lnform me of the where abouts of the graduatlng class of W38W9 At enterlng, whom dld I see s1tt1ng before the crystal ball but Anthony M1CKlOVlC Who would ever of thought Anthony was destlned to become an astrologlst He seemed pleased when I told hlm the purpose of my errand and we set to work almost lm medlately We turned out the llghts and a llvlng flre seemed to burn Wlthln the large whlte globe As the flre died away we could see a falnt lmage appear, then plalner, why lt appears to be none other than Dr Hugh Cuttem fWayne Lydlckl famed surgeon, worklng serlously over h1s 499th VlCtlm, and now the patlents face 1S shown and lt lS one who lS known to us as that of Gene Thrash Che's telllng Dr Lydlck what Klnd of flowers he llKGS bestl A nurse whom w now recognlze as Mabel Prltts stands by w1th a sad and hopeless expresslon on her face The pleture fades away and another lS presented Thls one takes us to the Yankee Stadlum We flnd a large crowd of speota tors whose att ntlon lS drawn to a couple emerglng from the rlght Page S1XtGSH H a I 0 . l A . G 1 L Q 4. il gl L Q ' A . . . - J CJ . . . A . A . , L . . . . . . . . y ' - n of . 3 : 0 was attracted by a sign that read thus: NCrystal Reading--know , 0 . . . . A I u Y o 0 1 ' l ,le . I ' S . . . . CLAbS P501 CY Contlnued fleld dugout As the v1s1on becomes plalner we recognlze lt to be the only two players whose record 15 llke a scoreboard no runs no hlts no errors, and why lts Alfred Rlley and D Holllngs vorth And notlce they are belng followed by someone, a batboy, and why lt lS our own llttle Harry Glll We go from the baseball f1eld to a country far over the sea, namelyy Germgny5 where we flnd a large parade preceded by a 'LITTLE GFRMAN BAND dlrected by a man 1D dazzling unlform who lS found to be none other than Halford Klfh Who 13 that, 1D tne car followlng the band, tnat the eggs ar belng thrown upono Tohn Van Curen being lnaugurated as Dlctator of Germany Can you lmaglne that after the way Van Curen used to hate Hltler Ho lS being follow d by two,Nv ry eggyn motorcycle escorts Qtanley Novak and Nalton Howell If lt weren't for detectlves of thls sort he mlght accldentally get 'bumped offn Now we see, WOTKlHg lndustrlously ln a shop, the forms of three of our hlgh school students, Frltter, humphrey, and Harrls no lS the man 1n the background and what could he be dolng ln a shop of thls klndo Ah, now I see lts the Natlonal Blscult Company That explalns what Bell 1S dolng ln hls brlght unlform and bearlng a very neavy sledge I remember tlem 1U Home nc Class Ne travel now from the factory to the Afrlcan Jungle where hUHtlH8, Cman huntlngl lk' bhe nas for her gur bearer Miss Althea Holllngsworth, and who lS thelr companlonv Nof, lt 1S plaln lfor a whlle I thought lt was a monkeyl and lt lS none other than our Irma llllngham Now I can see James Moore, future heavy welght champlon of the world wlth Louls Palleva offlclatlng as nls second After trylng for a long tlme James has succeeded a bout wlth Joe Lewls Atta' boy Moore V1rg1n1a Teschner lS heard dally over the natlon wlde hook p She 15 admlred by all the chlldren for her ab1l1ty of tell lng Mother Goose Rhymes' flora Mae Smlth 15 the flrst lady to become Presldent of the Unlted States Pow dld she ever manage 1t0 I never thought she'd admlt she was over 55 and look at her very able helpers Emma Bucco mma always dld have a 'llne , SIS says she could talk any man to death lNo men allowedl Ada Jalters To enforce the N N A plan lntroduced by V1rg1n1a Bobfr 1D l953 VlFPlDlH never cared much for the men any way 3 Jean Patterson Employed to pay strlct attentlon to Sm1th's dlet, Jean always had the knack of preparlng a dlet Page seventeen ' ' 'Y' 'L .Lp , . u 1 -1 n . A ' 'u ' 1 - Y . . 0 1 I J , n 9 0 .' '. ' ' ' e ' . b 5 . D . ' 3 ' - S Q 5 -- L . . . . un - v . . . dl , . . J S O 1 1 . 4 1- 0 we find Polly Fuller trying to equal Mrs. Martin Johnson in . -I . .3 o X in N 1 W .L 7' A . A . . A . I U N . . U . N. . U V' 1 0 w Ur . - ' , 0 U . . A. . - . . - ' V vv Q - 1 ' . L n sv-- X - 1 ' 1 --E, . ' v - Nov 1- ' 0 - .1 20 I r :IN "' in In U "- . Q. . 3 . A , . w. . 3 -- 3 . . . CLASS PROPHECY oontlnued 11th these able helpers the country lS surely golng plac KTo the dogsl And now we flnd ClarJoe Jrlson employed a the econd Yatherlne T pburn e star 1U rol s wh n Katherlne 1 n't pl sent Lena Hess and Marlon Twarog have tled for flrst place ln the b auty show P ld 1D madlson Square Garden Thelr closest COmpbtl tor belng Charley McCarthy lrl OWlHQS, a beauty cream manufactur er was the Judge Emma Plrlak has be n flllbusterlng lH the Ladles Ald SOClLty for several weeks her maln toplo tslng Hfho wlll bury the last Mlss Ilene fuff and Dorothy Flsher were award d th Nobel peace prl e but they found lt n cessary to glVL up thelr SlHElHg 1 ssons tb y had to do lt to keep peao ln tr famlly Ed Martowlcz world renown artlst, and hls ver1 able asslstant Halt Dlsney, hav Just compl ted thelr latest pFOdUCtlO1 nPbach B ossoms and The Seven Butterflysn lt lS rumored that the great oo ra SlHU r SlgHOP Alberto Conawayskl lS to make hls debut on th legltlmate stage ln thls produotlon Vlfglnla Dlchelll 1S starrlng ln Juanlta Stewart's latest fllm productlon Money or Your Jlfo who vouldn't take the mODey9 Robert Grlmes NSQH X Page eighteen X . 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Q ,, , CLASS OFFICERS President Paul Kose Vice President Robert Strader Secretary Ann Stanley Treasurer Janet Fisher Class ndVl or Mr Bethel Sara Allce Barrlcklow Berdlna Bethel Frances Bradley Lols Campbell Joseph Carroll Rosy Cecll Grace Depletro Ruth Dlas Vargaret D1os1 Janet Flsher Betty fuller Cessella Gergely alfred Gllmore Robert Grlmes Nayne Hall Martha Howell FLOWER Sveet Pea COLORU Blue and Gold MOTTO 'keep onlll ROLL Goldla Huff Annle Faczmarek Anna Kopas Paul Kose Nllllam Lucrl Lldo M8CCalllH1 Mary M8CCdll1H1 Henrletta McM1llan Nesta Nuccl Norman Odorlzzl Clyde Powell Nllllam Powell Pearl Prltts Margaret Rellne Vlfglnla Rellnc Pape twenty Edythe Rldgway Rose Ruyan Ellzabeth ohlpta Ann Stanley Harry Stanlcy Robert Strader Kathryn Teschner Charles Vallne Jo eph Vallne Hlawatha Walker Leslle Nhlte Dallas Wlllls Clara Wllson Glen Wllson Elma Workman VlVl8H Worthlngton 4 A . S 1 . 1 vi O L ! " "' ' ' Y! 3 1. ng . . . . 77' . . - . 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CLASS OFFICERS President James Murphy Vice President Arnold Cheatham Secretary Florence Evans Treasurer Florence Evans Class xQVlSOT M ss Campbell WOur Martha Bethel Howard Blce Louls Bucco Nlle Buckley Carl Bugzla Arnold Cheatham Gertrude Conoway Irene Conter Lena DeP1etro Paul Dean Jean D138 Edna D1os1 Stella Demldowskl Florence Evans COLORS Red and Gold FLOWER Amerlcan Beauty Rose MOTTO a1m Sucess Our hope To W1Hn ROLL MaTJOPlC Fertuson Weldon Gllllngham Thomas Glffen J acl' Hamer Elmore Harper Irene Huff Marla Law Chest r Lee Mary Lltten Nlll1S Lyle Edward MlChPlll K thryn Mlcklovlc James Murphy Hebert Norrls Sara Rlley Page twenty two Jerald Robertson George Huyan Ethel Sakl Florence Shreves Mary Ellzabeth Starkey Margorle Steele Josephlne Tkaczyk Wayne Tolbert Charles Trlplett James Trlplett Marlo Trlplett Lloyd Nhlt Lucy Whlteman Thelma Nhlteman il 1 . ii LJ Y 4 U : 5 X : ' N A . .E U 1 Q u s D . J I John Chini Gladys Huffman Emma Stefani 3 . 4 . A . V. . I . n . 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CLASS OFFICERS President Karl Kose Vice President Robert Taylor Secretary and Eloise Manifold Treasure Class Advisor Marjorie Anderson Jim ie Angeloni Anthony Baransky Dorothy Bell Marjorie Bethel Ruth Bethel Chester Bober Arnie Bradley Thomas Bradley Jennie Capalingo Billy Carpenter Pio Chini William Chinl Joseph Demarchi Edith Depietro Betty Jean Donald Kenneth Eaton Rose Faccinto S011 COLORS Silver and Blue FLOWER Blue Larkspur MOTTO NRowing, not Drift ng Eloise Harper Mage Humphrey Llllian Johnson Patricia Kirk Karl Kose Eileen Lacey Laura Leonardi Betty Luyster mizabeth Lyozak Eloise Manifold James Merritt Dorothy Michelli Robert Mlchelli George Miller Jennie Moore Delbert Murphy Albert Niemiec Harper Nolan Page twenty four Geeting Robert Nucci Norma Platt Bob Piriak Clarence Poland George Reline Dan Smith Frances Smith Louise Stanohina Robert Starkey Joe Styrcula Robert Taylor Ethel Wagner Donald Weisman Betty White Dorothy White Philip White Veda Wilson Evelyn Worthington Mr. , 1 n Thomas Albright Virginia Fuller Hglen Novak E555 KH 'H TM TLA 4 'xp 1 v fo AN f X i x QXC9 E Q y,,,wAf J,,v' intl' ,f' md Page twenty fue L I 'x QV Q , ' I --'-1:2 fir: f j?f .f wi Z I yy fag I X E3 - Q 4,53 ,. , 1 K ...LQ 5 ei 55511215 K K K JJNIQQO Flrst RowvrSara Alice Barxlcklow, Berdina Bethel, Frances adley, E513 Campbell, Joseph Carroll Second Row Rosy Cecll, Grace DeP1etro, Ruth Dlas, Margarett U1 si, Janet Flsher, Betty Fuller,Gessella Gergely Thlrd Row Alfred Gilmore, Robert Grlmes, Jayne Hall, Martha 1 well Goldla duff, Annle Kaczmarek, Anna Kopas, Paul Kose 1lll3W Luchl fourth Row Lldo Hacoalllnl, Mary Maccalllnl, lenrletta 1 Jillan, Nesta kUCCl, Norman Odorizzl, Clyde Powell, Wllllam Powell, Pearl Pritts, Margaret ellne llfth Row Vlrglnla Relixe, Edyth Rldgeway, Ro e Ruyan, Iizabeth Sripta, ann stanley, Harry stanley, Yobert btrader Slvth Row Kathryn Teschner, C1arles Vallne, Joseph Vallne liawatha Jalker, Leslle Whlte Seventh Row Dallas M1l1lS, Clara filson, Glen UllSOD, alma riman, vlVlHH forthlngton SOPHONORES Flrst Row Martha Bethel, Howard Bice, Louis Buceo, mile ciley, Carl Bugala, Arnold Cheatham, John Ch1n1 Gertrude Conoway, Irene Co tor Second Row Lena DePletro, Paul Dean, Jean Dlas, Fdna D1OSl Stella Demldowskl, Florence Evans, naryorle Ferguson, Jeldon Gllllngham, Thomas Glffen Thlrd Row Jack Famar, Elm re harper, Irene Puff, Gladys uTTman, Marla Law, Chester Lee, Mary Tltten, Wlllls Lyle, Kathryn MlOk1OVlC Page twenty slx 1 " 'W W L I i' Br ' l n . . 11 . . 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'rird Row- Lloyd White, Lucy Whiteman, Thelma Whiteman Not appearing in the picture is Wayne Tolbert FRESHMEN rirst How Marjorie Anderson, James Angeloni, Anthony Baransky, Dorothy Bell, Marjorie Bethel, Ruth Bethel, Chester Bober Second Row Arnie Bradley, Thomas Bradley, Jennie Capalingo, Billy Carpenter, Pio Chini, William Chini, Joseph Demarchi, dith Depietro, Betty Jean Donaldson Third Row Rose Facclnto, Virginia Fuller, Eloise Harper, Madgel Humphrey, Lillian Johnson, Patricia Kirk, Karl Kose, Eileen Lacey ourth Row Laura Leonardi Betty Luyster, Elizabeth Lyczak, loise Manifold James Merritt, Dorothy M1Ch6ll1 Robert Michelll, Jennie Doore, Delbert Murphy uifth Row Albert Niemiec, Harper Nolan, Helen Novak, Robert Nucci Norma Platt Bob Piriak, Cl renee Poland George Reline, Dan Smith, rrmnces Smith Robert Taylor, thel Wagner, Donald WblSmTH, Dorothy lhite Seventh Row Philip White, Veda Wilson, vclyn Worthington Not mppcarlng lh thc picture rc Thom s Albrleht, K nneth Eaton, George M1llcr, and B tty Uhlte Page twenty nine -41 " 5 .Xu A J Q T1 X '-- ..... ... F .L O E . 0 TI' 2--- --" ' . 4. , , , ,. '-1 1-n 9 - ' s ' 3- ' I Sixth Row--Louise Stanchina, Robert Starkey, Joe Styrcula, 1 - E . '- W 'H' .C 'Z . . me --, X A, 'EI' ' X - ' LJ I L J ' ' 1 a a 'Q e e ,. U 1 G , . . SENIOR PGEM 'SPIP LEAVE' The tlme lS steadlly drawlng near, When to you we must say adleu Shlpmates we were for many a year, But we're now too old for the crew' Ne've salled through many a fog and raln Bravely shared each dally day, In hopes that we may soon malntaln RSCO9HltlOH 1H some small way Our feet now restlng on solld ground We determlne to stand alone Each for a hlgher goal 1S bound lt's nlx on the stumbling stone Temptatlon snatches to pull us down But for what have we been prepared9 avold 1t's tentacles wlth a frown Never yleldlng to be ensnared To stop or push on 15 the questlon now But what are we waltlng for It's onward we go we that avow' As we watch the ship leave shore Just a group of cast off sallor men Our shlp a speck ln the dlstance Hoplng you'll thlnk of us now and then We plan our struggle w1th subslstence And so as we parasltes abdlcate Upon thls comlng graduatlon To captalns of shlp our teachers top rate hats off ln slncere appreclatlon Vlrglnla Tesohner '38 Page thlrty Y Y 1 . v . . n as i 1 ' ' . , J l v . 1 . . 1 C c Q - . 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' . -3, -17 , Y. .-----.N '5- 'S '1' - L FOOTBALL On Seotember fourth, Coach Waddell called the flrst football practlce for the nlneteen thlrty seven football season The squad was made un of thlrty two boys vith SlX lettermen back from last year They were Rell Glll L,d1ck, J CHIHI, M rtowitcz, and Farrell the other boys out for the squad were as follows V n Curen, Novak M ore, V rk M cklovlc, Rlley P Powell C V li e OdOTlZZ1, Wllson, P Yose, F Kose W llls, NOPTlS, Buaala, Ruyan Bacco P eatham, Tailor, W C inl, Boher, Bradley, Angelonl, Thrash and Powell seotember seventeenth, brought the strong C dlz team for the onenlng game T e smooth worklng offense and defense of Cadlz was too much for the lnexoerlenced team of F ushlng The score was 55 O in favor of Cadlz Smithfleld high clayed Flushing next Flushlng Hlgh School Smlthfleld eleven Flushlng olayed even ball with the J1SltOTS untll the last seven mlnutes of the ball game Smlthfleld pushed over two touch downs and booted one goal to defeat FlUShlHg 15 O Flushing Dlayed thelr flrst game away from home October second at Woodsfleld Flushlnp made good galns but could not go over for a touchdown The core was 15 O ln Woodsfield's favor Flushlng nlayed Barnesvllle Reserves at Barnesville on October nlnth 1n the raln and mud Flushing seemed to like the klnd of day, and won thelr first football game of the season T e score was 15 O On October sixteenth Barnesvllle Reserves came to Flushlng and agaln Flushlng defeated the Barnesvllle eleven by the close margin o 9 6 Flushlng H sh traveled to Y rkvllle on October thlrtleth for the UOmSCOmlHg Game wlth Vorkvllle F gh T e small but hard flghting eleven of Vorkvllle beat Flushlng 52 O On November fifth the strong St Clalrsvllle team came to Flushlng Although Fl Shing out un a determlned battle until the last second of the game, they ere unable to hold the nowerful Qt C aggregatlon T e game ended 1D another set back to Flushlng 55 O e Dowhatan squad ol yed F' shing on Armistlce Day, the final home game of the season for the Flushing High team. Both teams olayed good ball through out the four quarters of the game, but it resulted in a victory for Dowhatan The score was 15-6. Page thirty-two . I . U in . ,o , ' , v ' . 1' ' ,a J I : as , , .C ',1 , -1 L , , J. I , . a n , . . . , . , . 4. 0 o , . , .L 1.-' Q ' , w , uh I I o h , 44 - 0 ' , . O . a ' . L . . . A N O AA , L 1 ' . fr - ' - I xx . ,. . . L I A received their second set back of the season at the hand of the 1 ' - . . . . 1 . . s ' 4 ' . f " 0 L. ' ' f ' -if . L I . L Ll A N 1 . 0 , W A 0 0 - I V . l u ' - J. M ' " U S 'Am 8 4.-1 . A 1 O venber thlrt QQQWC ol X 6 Uollo SV' Glu W gene wlth Flushl no the Pam ended 7 VldSh1Fg Flushlng Flushlng FlUSHlHg FlUShlFQ rlashlrg Vlu hlng Flushlng xFlJ hlhg wmg ugvr CODTlHUGd eenth a tean oickcd from the Wlushlng J wh 1X ran ootball team 1+ xas a good n SCOT1Hg flfgt then Holloway tled lt uo C8dlZ 33 Smltrfleld 15 N oodsfleld 15 r vllle Res Barnesvllle Res 6 Vorkvllle 32 t Pl31TSVlll6 35 Dolhetan 15 Uollo PJ 7 XSLY T n G me llSHlHQ lll clay slx m n football next eason T lS s a very fast game whlch the small cl ss B schools ln thls VlClHlty are tartlng to clay Flushlng has chcduled 51A games for next year at the tlne thls oubllcatlon goes to oress B ll G1 1, LJdlCK J C nl towlcz, Van Clren, Novak, loore, WllQOH, N llls Y rk, VlCKlOV1C, C D Kell P V llnc, OLOTlZ7l, arroll, NOTTlS, and T 'lor arc s follows The 1 tt rmen that are Qraduatlrn t11 vear P ll Glll, cklovlc lo s to hc wears team TOFTl , and Ly lok, M tOVlCZ, V n C ren, Pov k Although thc Qraduatlnv of those men team th re are th POllO'lHU lett rm V rk, core, and 1111 be a severe n back for next C 1 1 C Dovcll O orlzzl, Jllson, W llis, C rro , Tavlor Vw vlsh to thank our manager, Jllllam Dowcll, for thc work h dld for us We took excellent care of th football equloment and he was always wllllng to do nythlng you a kcd hlm to oo We hooc ve wlll have hlm agaln next y ar Joe Carroll HQQN Page thlrty three Y'1 - U 'L 44.1.1.4 . . J 17m ' 3 ' 1 : Tl , .. ,.. ., . . Ll M , Q ,IAV T C 75. ur , Q 1' ' -0 H I, V Q A 4' by v .. v -V so s- LL L , L , , Y. L, f, 0 1 v lx- ' - a ' . ll w ' y 3, 5 D L G 'B -7. . 1' 7 1 0 ' ' O 0 1 . 1 o O W 'J - . o ' 15 ' , 1 1 , Bu -ES 5 O . f 1. 2 9 . X , In ' .- 1. 0 - ' L ' 0 Q A s , O Sl. J . , 6 H 1 . VA 1 S, A 7 f Na a 1 . . . x ,. . FAX . .L vvy , La . S u Al 1 V 4 . . . . . x C ' f 1 C4 4 'X C1 . . fi Q, , . if J Q - Q . r- rd 0' ' 1 I I A l L - s .- ' , Q Those earnlng letters for the l9o7 football season are: .. . K. . 7 . 6 3 L xv , 0 ul.- , M 1 .. ug . . . A . . . . ,. . ,+ 11 o 1 CA: . , Jo sa J 4 , sf 1 7 rw ' ,. KJ -1 uf, o . . A , C G 1 ' , 1, l S V o ' c I H . 1. K . Q , : I so , 'L , ar R ,a a - a , 1- I Yu: ' ' . 'nf' 'S A Q J L I- . .. . s t-e - c X e 1 w H e he - , , . Q V - Q Y, - Q r - - .7 N 2 QT o AL , o : W7 , H 7 K 1 L Q . P s M . Y, fx A. ' V A N , " ' M ' l I- .1 .. A1 e ' 1 2 e o ' ' A U .. 1 l ' 9 'Q A - 1 8 S ' . 1 . . . A J Z 3 . -- 2 U . - BAShVTBALL The past se son has been successlul for tie boys conslderlng that they began tne season wlth three letteraen back from last year's squad The team started off slowly but ended tue season wlth a good record The won eleven of thelr twenty flve games and were runners up ln the county class B tournament The Flushlng squad entered tfe sectlonal tournament tHlS year but were GllWlH8t8d ln the Ilrst round by Cadlz the tournament wlnners arry Bell 'Pete a two year man who played guard on the regu lar team He was usually caoable of uoldlng hls man down and was also a good long shot Parry is a senlo and wlll be lard to replace 1' I I larry Glll, Butcn Harry eaned hls econd letter lH ba ketball thls year Hls usual posltlon was forward although he could also play the guard posltlon well when he was called upon Glll was a good shot under the basket and was always a source of 1D sp ratlon for the team Harry 1S a senwor and next fear's squad wlll surely mlss hlm Pdward uartowlcz HPd H a guard on the very fast man and a delendable gu rd to make the po1nts when they were most hls second year on the squad hd lS a ha d to flnd one to take h1s place Clyde Powell nDopey ' Dover's gift to regular team d was a We could be counted upon needec T 13 ear was senlor and lt v1ll be Flus11ng lgd e played center on the regular tcam wncre hls nelght cave hlm a oeclded aoxantace Clyde coulc usually get the ball off of the banklng boaro and mace a basket 111 LS tlydc's last year of hlgh scnool basketball Nllllam Powell HB1ll,' the other package received from Dover Bill played a forward Josltlon both on the varslty and reserves squad fe was a good lorg wot and was lP ther 1 utlnv all t1e t1W6 Too 1any sene ters wlll prcvent 11s plawing next year Glenn Wl1SOH Plnkle a econd ye r nan on tdb squad Pinky was anotrer forward on the reserves and var lty c was a good shot from tae centcr of thc iloo or close undor tae basket Plnky, lS a JJDlOP thls fcar Ialford Flrk klrk, was a cente on the reserv s and guard on the varslty we could ceoend on Klrk to keep hls man from scor lng and come through wlth some oolnts HlWSClf Just when tley were most needed le re sorry that tllS lS H13 senlor year Page thirty foul .f It .4-J D ,gg . . 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' 1' A .1 ' L ' 3 ff 1, v 1 0 0 Q Jw 3 L .L 'xg , an 'W BASK JBALL eontlnued James loore, 'J1m, played guard on the regular and reserve team Jim's lack of hevght did not prevent him from holdlng his man dofn and oorlng points for the home teams When ever o saw a ser mble for the ball, you would benerally flnd Jlm in the thlek of it It is too had that thls 1 Jim's la t year John Ch nl, HChlCkCH, played guard pOS1e1OH on th reserves and VLPSlty team He w s a very fast man and his long shot Kept lla hlng n the ball game John 1S only a Sophomore and lll xneet much fxom hlm in the next two ye rs ll norman Odorlzvi Boots, played forward on the varslty during the flrst part of tne sea Norman is a good sheb and handles +he alll v ll as h has one more year to play, e are expect 5 reat thlnf from hlm Norman earned his eoond letter til year tharle Valine, uChQP1lG, wa a member Ol the squad part of the sea on Charlle was a v ry capable forw dld hls part in 'brinelng home the bacon during the basketball the first rd and early se son Ommes Too m ny semesters wlll prevent Charles from partlolpatlng ln next year's games Joe Carroll, HJoe, ns a three year man on the squad He could pl y elther gaard or forwxrd exceptlonally well He had the peed a player needs ard was alw ys flghtlng for the ball HJoe lS a very good not under the ouek t n should be t his best next year. New Concord New Athen Lafferty Powhatan Holloxay Alumni Bethesda Belmont Freeport Cadiz Lafferty Bethesda Barnosville Fo Ha Sl 2O SCHEDULE OPP SECT. TOURNEY Cadiz OPP 66 Pofhatan Pre port Somerton Barnesville Belmont Tolloway TOURNAMENT Lafferty Belmont Bethesda OPP 1 I 5 Y - U 2 S. . L H . ' lm , u s ' . ' . ' 'V 11 c ' K 3 J- 1 'T ' 0 . J J, f A I 0 - - S 1 S o , 1 ' ' - H ' '1 'L G it 1 ' t,s. - a ' f K, V 'Sn' i 18. Q ' - . wg T! ' O A " . ' ' . L, 'El g W . u , . . s , Q A 1 4. - ' A . 1 if Je . ' C f , L wf - ifli' ' . , .al Q .L L A S ' A w U x 'xx' S . l-' s . .- ' H . s . C - ,, .s . 'W ' e f 'a ,. ,- 1 . J n A , A L O ' fl G-L A I Sk ' . ' . L v . . 1 - 4 V O n - 1 . ' Ae g J. 3 ' , A l ' L, ' ' , . S 1. 7 - ' f' c ' S. . H . - 0 H ' s' A 1 e a d a . P. H. S. 2 19 22 v L , 2O ' s 29 25 et 25 1 22 44 St. C. 56 f . 19 54 57 v 28 25 Q 44 51 49 27 21 21 .T W 55 55 28 St. C. 25 - 59 46 7 25 55 51 5O 45 M 55 48 55 55 hirt -five THE PWS RVES The Reserve team won three out of seven games but thelr true F h S flghting splrlt kept the other team on thelr toes all the tl e he boys who pl ESQ on the Reserve team thls year xlll make another flghtlng l S team for next year The followlng were aresented 1th enblens for partlcloatlng ln two flfths of the total number of quarters oleyed J , H N rrls, P Yose Chlni, V L, e, and A C e t m GIRL'S BASYETSALL T e basketball season oroved ver successful to us Nlnnlng elpht games and lOSlHg only four durlng the season We won one and lost one durlng the tournament Anna Loulse H rrls KF rwardb Duez de erved honor for she fllled her OOSltlOH well She lS a good snort and a very sn edy forward S e layed guard as well as forvard Duez mlll not be back wlth us next year as she 1S a senlor She was a regul r nlayer Flora Mae Smlth KForward5 clever on the team Vou could always denend on her Gu1Ck faking and gettlng ln under the basket to shoot She wlll be hard to reolace next year Vlrglnla Teschner KForvard5 1h1Q 1S V1TglHl8'S flrst ve r to nlay basketball, and she showed rem rkable ol ylng We could always denend on Vlrglnia to get down under the b sket She 1 a senlor and we wlll mlss her next year Vlrglnla Bober KGuardb V1rg1n1a sho'ed us her ab1l1ty to clay basketball and earned her letters Je always depended on Vlrglnla to rush 1n and break n Dlays She was fast Ulayer Unfortunately she 1S a senlor too Vlrglnla was a regular nlayer Dorothv F1 her lGuard5 Dot, was a regular olayer and she lS also a senlor and Wlll be mlssed next ye r Dot always ol yed a bard game and kent her oooonent well guarded Vou could always denend on Dot to take the ball off of the benklng board It ulll be hard to flnd some one to take hor al ce Clarlce llson lGuardJ A olayer vho was ready at any mlnute nd fought hard whether we were wlnning or 1OSlHg Ve wlll mlss Clarlce very much next year as she is a senlor Page thlrty SIX L- E K' . ! , . . . . n Q 0 - ' . m . T w' af ' - ' . ' ' ' -vw v J 1 3, 4 - in Q r . lk I 'NY' n u a n . M L. L ' . h A : 0 F'qsArp..xr , 1 ' R' ' I 'T l LTO s 0 ' , 'Jo 7 o T'.A. o 4.1 a ll a 1 ' ' Q Q 0 f I -- 4, . o W . , . l . A . A u. gf ' s . 5 . 1 Q L N pl L if . 4 u. ...f . . . ,T 7 ' . nf I fi a CA . Q . . . . . Unfortunately, Sls lS a senlor th1s year. She was a regular 7 . . " ' ., A 7 . . . L XA. I 1. u . . . . I M . . . . . . Q U 7 U LA . 4 E F . , ff . . Q a ,- T . 1 . . . . e . s ' ' O . . . . . . . . IAS' , I W . . . . . .' . x ll - ' ' U A . L a . A . . . . U -V J. . . s 'V 0 0 U . u 1 Y ' 0 'E . C' ' ' x CH " -F C' . If 'J . ' ' J 1. ' V . . . , A -u C 'T , - - C Q 0 Vg!! Ti ' ' a 1 . Q. ' u ' I , , . , ,. . . Ile I, 'lu . O . . GlHL'S B SlBlBALL contlnued Betty Fuller CForwardl Betty la done Food work and showed us her good sp1r1t She 1S small, fast, and a good shot we hope to hear more from her 1U tie COmlHQ year for she 15 only a JUHlOT Lols Campbell CForwardl Lols dld not have a chance to show us all she can do thls year but she 1S only a JUH1OI and 1S wllllng and able to show us some real ball playlng 1U the year to come Ruth Dlas lGuardJ Ruth was alwavs readv to play when called upon She showed us her lOl11tV to play basketball Thls 15 her flrst year to have a sult and sfe shows promlse of belng a real player 1lFQ1H18 Fuller iForwardl Vlrglnla howed us she could play basketball although she 15 only a freshman She wlll go places before she leaves Flushlng Hlgh School we wlll hear more of her 1H the years to come Ann Marle Stanley iGuardD Ann played guard wlth a lot of pep never g1V1Hg up untll the game was over She could be depended upon to keep her opponent from scorlng Ann 1S only a JUHlOT and we expect a lot from her next year Frances Bradley CGuardsl Florence Evans Emma Stephanl These glrlg shared the same sults and d1d not get to play much thls account We know that they wlll show us thelr ablllty to play basketball next vear THE RESERVES We had qulte a few reserves practlclng thls year We could always depend on one of needed ln practlce New Athens Lafferty Powhatan Holloway Alumni Bethesda them taklng the places of the regulars when are expectlng all of you out next year SCPBDULE OPP 12 15 TOURNAMENT S. OPP Powhatan 5 HO1lOway 16 Belmont Lafferty Bethesda Powhatan Belmont Holloway OPP 18 A. LJ iglrn i ' . I f I 1 I I 0 . , N ' N f ' ' ' . on ' . We P . I Fl Ho S 9 16 24 12 5 40 8 16 18 13 16 22 B lO 12 22 Page thirty-seven BOY'S FOOTBALL SQUAD lop Row, Left to Rlght Carl Bugala Karl Kose Gene Thrash, Paul Kose Second Row Robert Taylor, Halford Klrk, John VanCuren Alfred Rlley, Wllllam Chlnl Arnle Bradley, James Angelo Hobert Norrls Thlrd Row Manager Wllliam Powell, Glen Wllson Anthony Mlklovlc Norman Odorlzzl Edward Martowlcz, Joseph Carroll, Harry G1ll John Chlnl, Coach Mllton Waddell Moore Albert Conoway, Harry Bell, Dallas Willis Member of the sqpad not appearing ln the plcture Clyde Powell BOY'S BASKETBALL SQUAD Top Row Left to Rlght Karl Kose Arnle Bradley, Paul Kose, Danny Smlth, James Merritt Robert Taylor James Angelo, Chester Bober Dallas Willls Second Row Manager Junior Conoway, Wlllls Lyle, John Chlni, James Murphy, Glen Wllson Arnold Cheatham, Hobert Norrls William Ch1n1 Coach Milton Waddell Bottom Row Will1am.Powell, Edward Martowlcz, Harry Bell, Clyde Powell, Harry Glll Joseph Carroll, Halford Klrk Members of the squad not appearlng 1D the picture James Moore, Norman Odorizzi. Page thirty-eight m ' . "" : 5 '. . 'T . . . ' P , . J E J "' ' . --. L., H. 1. , . , . .. . J 4 2 1 2 . . . , s Bottom Row--Charles Valine, Wayne Lydick, Stanley Novak, James K 3 . . . . Q- , . E . . , WV , , L . , V . , . . , V . . V V' Q FOOTBALL SQUAD i fs x !!.'.l dnmai usa. BOYS' BASKETBALL SQUAD Page thirty-nine , --i D 1, ' ' 5 .. A 1. -5 1. 1 L I 2 I: V . 1 ' A ' , ' X , .. X t is I 'X N ' V? ,, K . VIA 5.- , - GLdLS' BASKETBALL SQUAD QSSHQG ,QxMdJ,! QJQK SCHOOL BAND Page forty L GIRL'S BASK TBALL SQUAD low Left to Right Martha howell, Berdina Bethel, Frances J Florerce Fvans, Jean Dias 1 RoJ Betty Fuller, Lois Campbell, Rutl Dias Emma Stefani, nia uller, Clarice Wilson, Coach Letha Shahan E A , Toy 45'g '- -- E - ' ,', g lllfrii , L in ' . :our V-- ' 1 ' a u ,api -X ET f ' f' f-1 0 f wiwm Row--Flora Mae Smith, Anna Louise Harris, Virginia Teschner, g rtthy Fisher, Ann Marie Stanley, Virginia Bober. , . Q - ,. 2 D T' ' . V J A KL o T ' e- ' ' . ' . . 3 . ! 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FLUSHING SCHOOL BAND ore harper, Robert Strader, Glenn Nilso Top Row Left to Right Elm James Nerrit Janet Fisher, Danny Smith, Josephine Tkczak Sarah A Barricklow, Second Row Louis Palleva John A Barricklow, Robert Taylor Stanley, Ruth Dias, Genevieve Southern, Eloise Harper, Trird Row Clarice Wilson, J ra nia Bober Eli abetl Lyczak, Martha Howell, Halford Kirk ront Row Frances Bradley, Thomas Johnson, Louis Iarper, Ronald Telle Charlene Green, Ielva Bucco, Arthur Thompson Aldridge geloni, Frances Lyle Band members not appearing in picture Berdina Bethel, James Moore Page forty-one Il CHEERLEADERS The teams of F H S w1sh to thank Paullne Fuller and Robert Strader for the flne work they dld 1U cheer- leadlng tnls year When the teams were run down the cheers that they brought forth encouraged the team and helped them to wln the game They never falled to do thelr good work whether the team were w1nn1ng or loslng We are sorry that Paullne 15 leavlng us as she 15 a senlor but we hope that we wlll have Bob wlth us next year as he lS only a JUHlOF BASKETBALL MANAGER The glrls' and boys' basketball teams wlsh to thank Junlor Conaway for the flne work he dld whlle he was man ager He was always prompt and dld everythlng he was asked to do We are sorry that he wlll not be back wlth GIRLS' COACH Coach Shahan has been w1th us one year It was through her efforts and work that we learned to play the game fa1r and square, and to take defeat wlth a smlle All of the squad w1sh to thank Coach Shahan for all that she dld for us BOYS' COACH We wlsh to thank our Coach Mllton addell, for the flne work whlch he has done for F H S Thls lS Coach Waddell's second year at Flushlng Ulgh and he has won the reputatlon of belng a good coach He has had a successful season conslderlng the manner ln whlch he had to bulld up hls team ln both Football and Basketball We hope that Coach Waddell wlll be back wlth us agaln next year Ann tanley '59 Joe Carroll '59 Page forty two 1 D 5 O o 1 ' . 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A ,. . . .gi- ,.5:5:Q:Ef1:I:y-:'- A,.A 1 ..5.:.5:.:j.f:f:Q:f:f:f:f:f:f:3:f:i:f:f:Q:1:i:5:l:i:S:1:?:3:f:2:3:-:-,"' 2:3 "PI:-:' 'rf-I-I' I- ' - .1 ' ' ' ' ' . JF' ' -E-E':'.2Q:..gl:.1:1:1i5i2ifE1Ef?151E1?1:1Z'Er515152ErE15rS:SrE:SrE?E:S5E:E:5:E5E5?3E?f5E3i?E5533E5If3E315535:1:1Ij 1: :- 1.1 .1.-.-:21:"1'f -::f:?:?.E:f:555?ff5 1 - T GIRL RESERVES The Girl Reserves was organized in the late fall of 1957 under the leadership of Miss Helen Campbell. Even though the meetings were held irregularly we enjoyed some very interesting meetings. The Girl Reserves sponsered Courtesy Week CMarch 21-253 which was preceeded by a convalcation courtesy program on March 18. Also a Mother-Daughter Banquet was held April 29 in the Pres- byterian Church at which the new officers were installed and the Girl Reserve pins were given out. The club plans to join the Federated Girl Reserves for the coming year OFFICERS President Dorothy Fisher Vice President Ilene Huff Secretary Ruth Dias Treasurer Clarice Wilson MEMBERS Sara Alice Barricklow, Jean Dias, Ruth Dias, Irma gillingham, Ilene Huff, Lois Campbell, Patrice Kirk, Dorothy Bell, orothy Fisher, Janet Fisher, Florence Evans, Virginia Teschner, Jean Patterson, Lena Hess, Clarice Wilson, Mary E Starkey, Ann Stanley, Kay Teschner, Eloise Harper HI TIMES A noticeable improvement was made in the editing of the HI TIMES this year Our editor in chief, Harry Bell could be Seen most any time hurrying around Just like a real city editor in HD effort to get the paper out on time, and at times running off as many as eight pages to an edition The staff of editors ran as follows Editor in chief Harry K Bell Treasurer Marie Tripplett Business Manager Emma Piriak Columnist Sarah Riley Humor editor Robert Strader Girls sports editor Virginia Teschner Boys sports editor Anthony Micklovic Art editor Nile Buckley Assistant art editor Ada Walter Advisor Miss Campbell Typists Virginia Bober, Lena Hess Page forty four Society editor ---------- ------ Rosy Cecil GL E CLUB Tme Plgh School Chorus was organlzed this year under the dlrectlon of 1laS Lyle They wade thelr flrst public appearance wlen they sang two selectlons lor tne Farmers' lnstltute in December, 1957 On March 2 the chorus went to WUSklHguM Colle e to p rt1c1 pate 1U the Eastern Ohlo Dlstrlct Contest l e enorus won second ollce Tufs naee t'en elllg ble Po the state contest The Glrl nselble won twlru alace Patrlela nlrb won flrst place ln r rls solos and was elll lble for tne tate contest Junlor Conaway 'on thlrd place lH boy solos The cnor1s ook pazt IN tne on lng uslca or 1 y o he F rst of t's klnd to be leld 1D Flushlng The choru ' next a arenee was at t e Ohlo Valle usme Festlval at Olglebay Part Uh66l1 o Ia' O The mUolC ac lvltles of the year wlll conf to a close 1th the Baccalaurlate and Comme cement xerclses e v sh to extend our slncere t anks to 1 s Lyle for our success tllS ear Members lst sOPRAlO Ilele ruff, Sara Barricklow elen Frltter, Patrlela KlTK Ruth Dlas Anlta umpbrey Dorothy Flsner Lols Campbell Jean Patterson lvelyn Worthlnnton Clarlce E11 on Loulse Stanehlna Josephlne Tkaczvak Golela Huff Florence Lvans, Naryorle Bteele Ann NQTLC stanley, Berdlna eetnel dna DlOSl Dorothy Bell, loise anlfold Martha Howell Margaret Dlosi Paullne Fuller ALTO Ethel Sakl ary e Starkey, Florence Slreaves, Gertrude Conaway Janet Flsnel, Veda WllSOH, Lena ness, Dorothy Nhlte Lllllan Johnson Irene uff Llolse larger Betty Luyster, Frances Bradley, Jean Dlas BAQS Wayne Lydnek, Wlllls Lyle Bob Stradel, Junlor Conaway, alfole hmrv B ll Powell, Paul Dean T TOR Wayne Fall Bob Grlmes Clyde Powell, lmore larper BOYS' QUA 1 T In the school year of nlneteen nundred tdlrty seven and tnlrtv clcht a a n a most certa nly laudable quartet was organized under tne QlTCCt on of two oUDCFVlSOT of nuslc, V183 Lyle The quartet, eomposeo of Wayne Tall, Falford Klrx, Tunlor Conawa and Robert Grlmes was a complete su cess Tnls 13 slown by the amount of soclal qvtivltl s of w lol they were asked to partlcl pate such as Parent Teacher Programs, Tle Farmers Instltute and Church Actlvltles The boys' quartet made a flne snowing at the Annual Muslc Festlval at UUSKIHDUM College They recelved an Excellent Ratinc whlch made them SGCOQG CnOlCG for the state con test at Columbus We eompllment these boys' Pape forty flvc T1 .ls 1 T' . 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' SCHOOL BAND The School Band under the dlrectlon of MlSS Lyle completed lts second year of OTg8HlZ8t1OH th1s year A step ln progress was made when the Band Mothers were able to secure new UHlfOTHS They con slsted of orange and black m1l1tary type coats The caps had been purchased formerly The Band's flrst actlylty was a much apprec1ated performance durlng the halves of the football panes They then furnlshed muslc for the basketball games Two prlnclpal out of town appearences were made thls year The Plrst was to take p rt ln the Christmas Parade at VhGGl1UP, West Vlrplnla They made a good ShOWlHg be c u e of thelr new unlforms The next U8TtlClU8tlOD was ln the Dlstrlct Contest at Bridveport They played three nleoes 1ns1de as well as marchlng ln the mass parade Thev dld well COHS1dGT1Hg the competltlon Slnce MISS Lyle lS a member of the Ohlo Valley duSlC Educator' ASSOCl8t1OH, they were able to place two people ln the All Valley Cl1HlC Band namely, Halford Klrk and Robert Strader They gave four concerts Wlth thls band We certalnly appreclate Miss Lyle's co operatlon whlch yas respons1ble for our success Band Wembers Flute Geneyleve Southern Clarlnets Ellzabeth Lyczak, Vlrplnla Bober, Ann M8TlS Stanley, Robert Taylor, Janet Flsher Sara A1108 Barrlckloy Saxophone Ruth Dlas Cornets Clarlce WllSOH O1dTldEG Angelonl, Louls Palleya, Danny Smlth Thomas Johnson, John Barr1cklow, Ronnle Telly, Eloise Harper Barltone Robert Strader, Alma Workman Trombone Elmore Harper, Louls Harper, James Moore Melaphone James M6TT1tt Bass Halford Vlrk Drums Berdlna Bethel, Glen Wilson, Marth Ho ell, Arthur Thompson, Charlene Green, Melya Bucco Drum Major--Frances Bradley. 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O . - - N L . , . - .. ,, Q . - - A 0 ' W fa ur " ' V A C, Iv U ORFVLSTPA Another musleal organwzatlon of Mis Lyles' Jhleh was Q sue cfs w s the orchestra Thelr maln appearance wa the Spring fes LUSH had weekly practices and furnlshed music for chapel erviees lbe members were ehlefly band membe s except lf viol ns We nope that th1 br neh ol music will continue lH cofln years HDNE ECONO Ito LUB lhl to eeond vear for th's clue whleh wa orfanlzed e 51 l of tle done Ee Class under he super! on of Tls lafhmm, LH truetor ln thal subject Durlnv the school fear the club n ld qai e a Pew meetlng At the flTSt mee Wag they held we lnld Qc the football fleld Tre main event of the fear was nn leC+TlC1l COOklDg d monstratlon by the Ohio Power Company At t e tlme of this pablleatlon the club wa preparlng for stflt shox Txe club flanks lss Tatham or her work and hope fhmt fl: club wlll COHflHUO for vear to come SENIGR nTASn D AY The Senlor Class under the able direetlon of Mlss Latham pres nted the play 'Your Non v or Your Wifeu on November l9, l957 lhe three act comedy proved to be one of the most sueees ful to be pr ented lH Fllshlnv lhe Nell pleked east lS s follows Picket, the butler Harrv Bell Dudley Jone , a rlch plekle manufacturer Vayne lvd1cP urs Jones CGraeeD, hls wlfe Ilene Huff Dalsy Dix, a newspaper society reporter Pauline Fuller Mrs Hamllton Cabot, Jr , of Boston Dorothy Fisher Hamllton Cabot III, her son, the groom Ed Aartowiez Chrlstopher Fogg, a young Egyptologlst Anthony Aieklovle Doris, Mr Jones's daughter, the bride Vlrglnla Tesehner illleent Gray, a oelety glrl, Virglnia Bober Ned Graham, in love with Doris Halford hirk Charlle, a prlvate deteetlve Harry Glll The Reverend Matthew Entwhlstle, a minlster John Van Curen Bridesmaids Anita Humphrey, Helen Frltter, Add Wdlter, Clariee Wllson Stage Manager Junior Conaway Prompters Flora Mao Smith and Emma Plriak Page forty-seven l 1 J-. 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Tho SCP1OH wad del1Vercd Rav. J D Skcl c d1rcctHon of MlSQ Lylc furn1shcd tnc muulcg CO LNLE1 NI' Tho th1tj blbhth School was hold 1U chc o'clock. The fOllOVlD procrqm w g1vcn- Sulut torlan Hmmm Bucco V8lDdlCtOFl3H Ldv rd MGPLOW1CZ Spcakcr ---- -- -- ------ Yr. U. D. Wolfe Music ----- ---- ---- School Orchcstra and High School Chorus Pafc forty-cqght Tnc 11ph School C orus undcr thc annual commcnccmlut of Flushlng H1gh school Jmn Slum on Jay 20 t cight "'7"" tu ,T -r lllflnlxizx 111211 ""- . -' . WV" -, - ' 'w, . Q. gmc 1L.1nP 1 C33 pPf3a.1cd 5,613 L Q, J. A 11 wg, 1Jo8 N. V: - 1 V , fuw Q nff , - -- . u 11 wL 1,. clxm. J f: cnt un 1 - U .b , 1. . 1 .U v 1, m, , , 1 W u 1. It 1 xy l4l" 11a1n1C.n. 1,16 cyza- ' ,,,- llcl - Q 3 1 1 4 P: T1 ' H, vw L f 'f M ' 'ffw 5' 1 -..E 1 ' A' 1'if ,U 1 , . 1 . -,1 - V 1 A . ,. A , pw L H, . .1 , JlCou fd one cucrn 1 rg :11.st--Mfg. 1 "L . 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" 3 SOCIAL EVENTS The HQme Economic Club held a Weiner roast at Bethel's field Wednesday evening, September 15 Games were played and the evening was engoyed October 6 The Freshmen held a party in the gymnasium November 5 Games were played Refreshments were served by the committee Juniors held their class party in the gymnasium Friday November A social time was engoyed Sophomore Weiner roast was held at Willis Lyle's Tuesday evening April 27 Games and songs were the entertainment of the evening Freshmen Weiner roast was held at Harper Nolan's Thursday April 28 Games were played and the evening was engoyed by everyone The Girl Reserves held a Mother Daughter Banquet April 29, at the Presbyterian Church. A social time was enjoyed. The Junior-Senior Banquet is the main social event of the year which was held May 12. Ater enjoying.the meal and program we enjoyed dancing and other gay activities in the gymnasium. Frances Bradley '39 Page fifty 5 Seniors held their Weiner roast at Bethel's field Wednesday 1 Nj TW :gg f Q fff?-'K iv QBX X' AZ..-Pwlff' xg? i f-X XQA 'Pty C, , 1 6 Q4 L -xl LW: l DL! "1'1'fV'1 ,1fi HXENV ,A "f:f f""f1: -- Z h xx' in T fax I ":V,.A' K ,::,,,. .1:.f.1l.,t,:Tl:'.::: 1 -.g-. ,QQ-qi .1-.:-.-- n fl: . -, D915 CAL NDER r tit lr of 57 nrolll t d ly vhwt pretty t c airy C ll bling os o r F eshmcn are gr n as ever urrar we e olt ol County Fair 'Elton lowell lS sure tlat IG could JlH a Pllle ln t donkey class could ey lklt some of s lassmltes Flushing gettln ready to n et CdCl n football rlus ine Sc ool Bard eo s to 'ollovay or parade and conpetes flt e truck sirens Flushln m ets CSQL Ol t e glld ron and lS defeated Van Cdren Glll, C rroll h lp hr addell DlCK pluns hr Bruner 'What LS the third largest clty lH Ohl WH HQIFV T Qtanley PlttSbUFEf Clyde Powell smartest boy ln the Shorthand Classo H 15 tl orly oy Bandmember uve are golng to play 'Across the lel today Freshmen Across what fleldon Joe Carroll will get a KISS from A Stanley lf Flushing WlHS today from Smlthfleld Flushing lost Dld Joe 'throw' tre game lr Waddell, not KHOElDf Miss Latham was at the door with a student, Sald 'Either get WH or get out N Dld he blush VHGH he found out lt was leo Frances Bradley l taking a great lnterest ln the Sopho more cla s Harry Stanley t lls of hlS experlences ln a coal m ne Ahtrony MlLYlOVlC tells of YlS experiences hunting bears at tie Nortl Pole. Jhat a whopper! Junior Class elect officers. Billy Carpenter makes a turn on two wheels -on a bicycle Page fifty-two E Fo ,la yea -38 ' p . 7. E wen ay. 5 w.e J ea hers. 8. He- f Ii ".js a p 'y t Miss Shalan. . 9 . I' 3 H - SS Q ' n -,-J ' . lO. H Ll We 5 t U f H the tj ' . Wt l if ' , 1- E , v' "f1 1 the ' ' if re uh'.' li ri C. .a . l5. r' g ,' g ' ' gel fl'Z i ' . lb. Home Ee. Club holds weiner roast. lc u 11 Q fi . Q, ' L tt. if J Ii ' w A . v"n fir, . '. . l7. ' g le, "z 1 h ," i f ' . 18 . N A 3 l va 3 . 'F . iff ' - ' l Q EO. W . : " ' 1 ' ' o. . . I1 ' , H V l Q kJ U A A U 21, ' L ' e ' . je i ' L F 0 22. A Z V ' F' d' . H . N ' . . I Y r 0 ' U ' n L -- 0 ' ' l ? 25 Q J q 'J' 3 l . . , . . . 9 - , ' 'v 'V ' ' . sr . 24' v .S K . r . . - S 0 J 8 Q. g . . 1 1 - 1 x x H 1 1 . X H .L f l , V Sept 29 Oct 24 CALENDAR Pinky to Joe C ' e're golng to have a skull Practice tonlght N Joe N 1ll we use our headvears0H Flre bell TlHgS Senlor Class comes to Junlor room, rlng salesman 1n the Junlor room lr Bethel to Senlors Get back 1D there we can't be bother d Bob GTlmLS Lets ba hful ln Typlng room WOOdSflPld defeat Flushlng We wonder why Wayne Hall grows flnger nalls so fasto He 15 bltlng them all the tlme Harry Stanley late avaln for school Harry G1ll's new name I'll take lt ' Joe Carroll gets hurt runnlng F H S defeats B rnesvllle Res l5 O Glll scores flrst touchdown of the year and wlll get a gold football from T Cheatham Lols Campbell returnlng from Glee Club practlce emlts scrle of war whoops on stalrway whlch would scare a SIOUX Indlan on the war path James Merrltt W1HKS at Elolse Manlfold Tlsh, T1sh Band Mothers order Band Coats Flushlng fans go to see Football game at Rollo y F S wlns agalr from Bernesvlllc Res 9 6 Fat Lydlck crashes not ln game but ln car Ed Martow1tz started fllrtlng wlth a Freshm n Glrl Belleve lt or not Stlll no football practlce Memb rs of football squad go to St.C. Barnesvllle game. Much snow. Brrr. Page fifty three . . ' 3 'I ' 50. ' . ' g I . ' 1 . l. ' 1 Q ' s ' ' , I 2. I ', , s ' . 4. . . . . . 5. ' O ' . 6. ' ---H ' .' 7. ' . B. Frances Bradley thinks Paul is the Dean of all men. 9. 7 . . a ' .. - . ' 11- I . ' . . ' 12, . . . . O ?. . 15. A . 15. ' - I wa . 16. . H. . ' 'L . t ' . . - . 18. ' ' '. ' a ' . n ' - .n 20. ' H ' . 22 e ' - ' Oct ov CALETDER Betty Fuller appl es eyebrow lipstick and powder in Junior Room Just before class general effect 13 good Alfred Riley comes bacl to school Arnold Cheatham leads the Halloween Gang what happenedi to Arnold out at East End? Harry Gill limping on the wrong foot Use a peble Harry Teachers' Meetlng at Zanesvllle No school Boo' fool Holloway wlns flrst they also fed us Arnie Bradley shows Wllson Is it true sleep Much speculation on GTSW One boy sald game F n S defeated bf Yorkvllle slgns of havlng a c se on Veda that Frances Bradley talas ln her piece of paper pas ed Letters were U ll, th LO n Street Masher Margorie Anderson looks at all the boys, especlally David? H Stanley and A Gilmore try to sklp and the t achers get em Fre hmen have party in gym and have the teachers pay to come da' Ha' hal Some say they were short of food Berdina Bethel goes to Holloway very often now We wonder why? The Freshmen seem sad to day Strange don't you think? After Mr Bethel told all to wear neckties he forgot his U nky' ilson as a new name ' eepy Glen Junior Class holds party Some new cases develop Cupid surely 18 actlve thls year Freshmen very attentive today Dallas WllllS starts golng Fast very often? Powhatan wins over Flushlna 15 6 Practlce for 6 man football team Play Hollowly 6 man football ad result lS a tle 7 7 Basketball practlce begln Basketball players get plenty rest New Concord defc ts F P S 18 19 Fifty-Four . ,Ay . as. y ' 1 f Q , , 0 26. f . A . 27g . 4 " 28. . 7 29. A1 ' ' . . . I so. f ' . . +.v. . L ' , N . 1. f ' ' . a 2. 1 S g l. ' : Gi e m w V H. 5. Q . G , .H Q H. sg l , It O C T I 4s "' 0 , 5. . , - P1 ' w h A--'Sl A H. Bu 5 -vo 9. . . . A L 3 110 ' . O ' 0 120 D "nu ' vnu 150 E V " al ' ' 0 "' 15: L 0 '. Sa 22. C Y . y g 01:0 0 " 0 WGV Jan f-QQ OW f' 4. LPLLNDFR anet W her er USome of those erlor boys a aw ullg ew e. Uurraj' Ke get oat for lharb glVlhF, Geeble Jobble nets de blTlS 'ex Athens l1lS lose boys wln 'deal Pox ell a new name for 13 Powell BL retball teams praetlee tehight eett ng ready for L8lfGFL5 lrls t1n flow LafIGTeV but the boys lose. a very str 1 e how oO m ny boys wear the sane L of neertle Nmen tned ret 4hbll ple ules taleu 1 H S h s a voor Verage atterdanee and too nach tarelne Be Very careful te look up and down the street belore you cross. P S lo gettlrv ready to meet Cadlz 1U basketball Ur Bruner mates e graceful three polnt land1ng coming out of tne ol ee to t ll abomt tnc postponement ol the Cadl7 gane We have been told that Vutr Bethel tlll belleves ln Santa Claus Hurrah' e get o1t for ChTlSTW8S vaeatlon. Flushlna lS defeated by Holloway Chrlstnas Eve Halry seen nanglng Renaander of ill lamlly p1rehases Alumni boys defeat Flushlng boys. Flushlng Hlgh goes to Be hesda nd School resumes Meln tOU1C, What up hls socks U s m s s Flushing 31113 win. wln both games. dld you get for Xmas Ruth Bethel lS sure thele 1 a Santa Clau . Examinations drawing nearer. Freshmen are seared Page fifty-five '1 '-1 1 ' G J .Y vqn w , . Ja 0 240 J -1 L"--S - SCATQS, 1 i U S .L Y re A - Q.l f et UC , . rv . -. F11 ' ' - 1 fr I - l . . , , - . . fy , 1 TW - ' ' " ..- ' .. P' ' a,. L 3' ar' 2 pla, n-f A A A , J 1 l -- w ' , f. f 17 fi . A L , V , ,, , , ,,J. l . ., lS .al -a . 1 , -X ., fu v u f 1 - - -' -- wee. n. fSt '. at ' f eg ,'e l.. - f. .. LJ ,. 'Z fl ' -.. ' "' J- J- Us F :Ho So G f...l ' - l 'A C' u Q 14' -1 5 rw Q r7' wg rw rx vg nv V 0 Q D ...Q -.-.A 53 4 L.. .. L- .1 1 - - . ' 4. , tyue L . , af 5 U e 1 t 1 f -5 1 . 10 7 rn 7 - fr - , " 1 O O I 0 .Le L L.. ' 1 l . l.' VJ. 1 I ' . SS. I' -D lxlo ' , . " ' ' - no - . .L D . . le. . 1- .1 ,Q H . . If 1 . 1. f, ' ' 1. lg .vi Q 1 'X .x c .L ' ct , ' .. A, . J. 'I D "' ' '- " J' l 1. G .. I it 7 .. v .V 1,. .4 .yr LL 0 K U . 3 . 20g ' LA. ' .. 1 LL .L ' LJ ' o 1.1 V Q . 21. Q M- . 1 In . . . , 25. ff' '3 . f . 24 ' . n 'vi ' ' 1-1 cw 5 1 p - K o . f-1 .n ' - , ',., U' x J. , F ' DS. E1 k Q . . 28 . 1- , , 4 C' Q - g A .. . - O I , 1, rw ,, . C, . 1. 1 -. ' ' if u - W . . H v . . 5. k Q .H L4 1 .J , . , , 'x 'r .u S , , S ' 0 Jan 15. 28 CALENDER Harry Stanley to Clyde Powell HI would like to know who that yodler lS out our way every Hlcht about twelve o'clock9u Belront comes to Flushing Glrls wln and boys lose Flushlng team is defeated by Freeport 1U overtime pe 1od Thls was put ln a certain boyfs autograph 'Roses are red and violets are blu our lster 13 crazy and so are you The Sophomores are very restless today Flghtl For the typewriters Mary Twarog very much intere ted in occupants of Joe Chi11', shoe hop Exams today, some of our teachers seem utterly heart lose Jlm Merritt seen walklng to chool with a certaln glrld Even tue Freshmen are getting lt Flushlng goes to Cadiz and lS defeated Carroll makes 20 polnts Paullne Fuller gets hoarse from yelling at the Basket ball game F1uSYlHg defeated by Bethesda boys, girls w1n It lS rumored that both Jean Dlas and Josephlne Tkaczyk went for five m1HUtGS without elther talking or glggllng Flu rlng boys go to Barnesville and are defeated in both games Anthony Baranski and Forrest Nolan go some place every noon We wonder99 M1ss Shahan very happy today Why999 Flushlng teams travel to Powhatan and win both games, Lose decislon to restaurant proprietor, however Page fifty-six . 6. : ' 7. .1 l n . . " 0 10. ' ' t .L Q V S I Y S' ' ." ll. ' 5 J-25 .W ""' 0 145 A 'L . ' "' less. Lafferty comes to Flushing. Girls win--boys 17. . . I S . . 18. . . . 199 I L - 21. L. ' . , 24, . L . . 25. s.' T - - 26. 270 . f- 0 1 . . . Ja 9 eb Mar CALENDER Flushlng varslty defeats Freeport the reserves al o come through Nho lS beglnnlng to walk llke NS1n Tlptono Ask Boots Odorlzzl Ground hog sees hls shadow and that means slx more weeks of wlnter Paul Kose 1D ulted by Freshman F H S defeats St Clalrsvllle Glll and Klrk are gettlng hard bolled Regular ten mlnute eggs Je Nonder why Jlm Murphy could not go ln when lr Waddell wanted hlm to, ln the Barnesvllle gameo ask Mr Waddellooo Many valentlnes eolng around, n1ce and otherJ1se9 Flrst nlght of the tournament F H S and Bethesda glTlS uln No school today Wash1ngton's Blrthday Good old George Ne have a good slnger lH hlgh school You'll flnd her 1D the Shorthand class Flrst nlght of the boys tournament Flusrlng, Bethesda and Belmont wln Second nlght of the tournament Flushlng and Bethesda wln Thlrd nlght of the tournament Bethesda vlns by two polnts Holloway girls defeat Flushlng B lmont elrls take Bethesda Glll and Bell make all tournament team What' No blrthday for Lena Hesso Glrls flnals of tie tournament Belmont wlns and Holloway glrl are runners up Bobcr and T schn r make all tournament team Page Flfty seven ,n. 2 - ' , ' 3 s 31. Y ' j I ' , ' - , F, . 2. yi ' ' ' 5. ' s , 4. . . . . ' ' . 7. i ' ' - ' . . B. W 'B , 'i ' f Q ' S .' ' J .r l7. i ui- ' 'l . . . . 1 l9. F.H.S. defeats St. Clairsville again. 22. f . ' ' ' . 23. -3 J ' ' 'X . ' , 24. O .' . 1 . 1'.- 11 25. . I, '. . ' 26. I ' U . G ' J'q vi 27. ' ' .r - ' I 1- . l. ' ' . A 1 n -A . an. 'G A liar CALBNDER Flushlng goe to Cadlz for sectlonal tournament and 1S defeat d 66 20, J Carroll blush s so becomlngly when you say B Flushlng v rv much saddened over the Cadlz game Robert Taylor stlll not too dlgnlfled to rlde hls bloycl lH the old break neck style Freshmen very promlslng 1D basketball Verv llttle nolse around the bulldlng nowadays Althea Holllngsworth UOlFg to school wlth some boy A dlfferent one every day Blue Monday Nothlng golng on Does Chester Lee travel on the school bus now0 A Gllmore not tardy so much anymore Boys basket ball and Band plctures taken, camera badly damaged. H Glll stlll popplng off about maklng All tournament team Everybody wears green St Patrlcks Day Rlbbon ln VlSlb1L on some Second graders H Bell gets a of gas at one and says, NKee take all of Sparky Polands marbles gas statlon man up to get one gallon o'clock A M glve hlm one quarter the change N Flrst day of Sprlng and everythlng lS brlght Even the students Mushball beglns Clrls bask tball plctures taken Alas' Camera rulned forever Dog catcher comes to school house Lldo Maccalllnl 1S told to run Hooray' No tardy marks for two days ln the Junlor room. Basketball letters are presented. Page fifty-eight M , 2. ' AS ' ' , go I G . QJ-:Do 4, D ., C U ' - . c . 8. . . . . . . 9. ' ' ' f . 10. 'D , ' ' ' l ' ' 1 . 110 F . -5 A3 .1 . 3 a 14. . ' ' . 15. 0 ' 0 "' 16. . . . . A . .- 170 Q Q l . 0 . l "' l8. . 19. . - ' , . . s 21. . . . ' . . . 22. . a In 8 , o Students, partlcularly som Senlor glrls dlsplay Mar Apr CALENDAR Sara Barrlcklow asked to lower her volce about three volumes 1U typing C1933 volumes I would be a man nlf I lower d lt three Phlllp Whlte confused by perlod changes starts eat lng hls lunch before school lS out Musklngum contes tants perform for benefit of Student body Rep Cloyd A B1TT1CKlOW addresses Students at Chapel Emma Plrlak almost c uses trafflc Jam at drug store COITIGI' MuSk1Hgum Glee Club contest Flushlng Hlgh School collects 1ts share of awards Gllmore and M3CC8ll1Hl are thrown out of T1terature Class Sprung Foctb ll starts J Carroll has a birthday today Strange slghts Ann M Stanley, Anna L Farrls and Berdln Bethel s1tt1ng in front of Post Offlce after school munchlng crackers great lntercst 1D W P A project on school Several Senlor boys ppe r at school wear1ng kerchlefs around thelr necks Is the reason a cowboy complex or to dlrty necksq The Senlor members of the varslty basketball grounds hand due to squad serve the Junlor members of the squad a spaghettl supper s the result of the Senlors havlng lost the annual ngrudgeu game between the two groups It 1S reported that Harry Bell ate thirteen meat balls All fools day Jean Dlas was observed 1n the upper hallway thls mornlng very lovlngly and tenderly sewlng a football letter on Ed M8ftOWlCZ'S sweater We understand that from thls t1me forth Edward must wear thls same letter, sweater, shlrt and undershlrt all at the same tlme Senior scholarsh1p tests at St Clairsville today The Flushing group arrlved about thlrty mln late Is thls beglnnlng to b a school hablto Harry Bell has a blrthday He receives a severe paddllng from the rest of h1s classmates Hooray' School dlsmlssed early to enable teachers and a num ber of students to go to Martlns Ferry to see the Northwest Terrltory Sesqulcentenlal Caravan and pageant Page fifty-nlne ' 24. . . a. , Q ' .N 0 I .I . 1 26. 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Apr Snow Sara trlp Brr' Band Jean CALENDAR and 1ce thls mornlng What lS thls we hear about Barrlcklow and Harper Nolan maklng a buslness to Cadlz Cold' Ear muffs agaln make thelr appearance goes to Brldgeport to compete ln Band Contest Dlas collects three tame Boy Scouts Ground covered wlth snow Physlcs class has brlef fleld trlp ln order to perform experlment on VolOC1ty of sound Mr Bethel has a dlrty face for most of the day Lols Campbell forgets where she left her lunch Result her mother now tles her lunch wlth 1 red rlbbon Good Frlday School dlsmlssed at 2 OO o'clock Elma Workman and Rosy Cecll were seen taklng lHStPUCtlOHS ln horseback rldlng on a ranch near Jockey The 1DStTUCtOT9 You gucss99099 Hobart Norrls, Arnold Cheatham, nd Glen Wllson declde 1t's a long way from Bannock to Flushlng Paullne Fuller sheds tears ln comb t wlth a V10lOUS rooster untll flnally rescued by her slster w1th the ald of a broom Junlor class wlns church attendance contest for lenten perlod Robert Grlmes acts cute ln typlng class for beneflt of v1s1tors We wonder how V1rg1n1a Teschner grew such long eye lashes so qulckly Slx man football game marks end of sprlng football practlce Ch1n1's llttle glants defeat the Carrollltes 13 to 12 JUHlOP play cast glve prevlew of thelr play, nMlSS Coll eglate W to grades and hlgh school Junlor play, nM1SS Colleglate W glven ln the ym The county ellmlnatlon tests for the Belmont County Scholarshlp Team, are held 1n St Cl81rSV1l1 The smallpox quartet, 1n the Senlor room, had a part lcularly severe and vlrbulent breaking out thls mornlng Soft ball game w1th Laferty today Flushlng wlns 7 to 2 Sophmores have welner roast Page sixty . 6. . . . . . . 70 I I . ' I 80 ' . . J. Q J-Oo . 0 ll. . . . . . 13, . f ' , 14. ' a - , 1-5. l I . . : I 16. . . 8 . . 18. . . 1 19. . . . 21. . . . . . - 22. . , . . . . Qg O 23. . . . . 25- ' ' . 7 a 27 CAL1nDsR eontlnu d JUWlOFS Fc wer wng xlth Nlbht nd n to get the Tlto Soft home JlI'1 a f a hed on ch dm ball U me wlth Belmont tod 5 lu IL brln s the b con 5 to 4 J Re trve Notner Dlu ntcr B aqutt Pele n Presbfter dlnlnv room Several of our SQHIOTS tr vel to nusxlagum Coll ve on thc Vl ltlng day for Senlors e tr cl me t nd txo free me ls Iunle s hold e ke walk ln th gym to L e dd t on punds for thelr o nquet The Litorian goes to press High School Musicale is given in gym Members of Flushing Hlgh School Glce Clubs bartlclp te ln music festlv l t Ogelbay Per? Junior Senlor Banquet Bell, Lydick Gill and Klrk c ll for second helplngs Flr t installment of final exam . Baccaulaure te s rmon preached by Second Thlrty ln the Report Reverend Skellet installment of flnal exams eighth nnual commencement exercises re held gymnaslum cards given out, good bye until next year Glenn Wilson '59 Page sixty-one 'jx' A, A L . C I 27 - - 2 M- V- -N f Wfa - pr' n A :A 11... " 1 1 I ol 1.lo,.s.l ' 7' 3 .9 ,. S rla. llls - A s e llc. ,, O , 1 1. . db. Ja A - . at. F SHl1T A .g .. fo U x . W Y - M, A . , , LC7 . F 3 ' 1. ' " 2' L X Sl 5 l ll 1 T, c . . O M., , - . S M ,. 60. C ' ' 8 J 4 .- M -05 - L . . . . x Q A P 1 s -Q , Se a C -c a have U Iv' ' gl Q ' YT 0 . - ' Q - no vm. f 3 -7 ful 1 l M ' U A Jvc 1, -1 A .L Lx . . J. Q ' , y 2. . 5g - 1 n 6 ' x ' ' I1 . 0 ' - ' M ' fl rw A Ls. Ok Ll J . ,. 12. ' J J J ' . fl ' 0 ee ' H S U . o o 224 fl C ' ' T' o I . 25. . . 26, -1 e . a - . . l 0 L ' I C lQTmY LAB ln CHLNlStPy class as you all know Is where the fun bevlns to grow Mr Bethel wlth nls bunny Jokes Makes you laugh untll you croke Harrf Bell, as you must know, las curly halr, that grows and grows Jayne fall Wltl 11S pet flee Makes Blddle Betlel laugh Wltb Klee Ruth Dlas wlth her eyes so sny, Rose and Annle as the class should know Can't get past Mary L1tten's toe Joe and Boots tle hlggest pests, Always tormentlng you to death Margaret and Betty Jho t lnks they know Jhat Gene and Louls s plannlng to show Edlth, Lol and Martha th best lt seems, Has Sara always lH thelr dreams Elma and Ro 16 who make a good team, Are alwafs ready to make each other scream Vlvlan and Henrletta, last but not least Always dOlDF what they please Chemlstry lab lS a lot of fun, If you don't act too dumb, And mlx what the class all know Sodlum and H20 Berdlna Bethel '59 Betty Fuller '39 Page sixty-two BEM o.? ,B . 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J".L-1.L7xukJ CHARACTERISTIC SONG TITLES I Wlsh I Nere Twlns An Earful of Muslc Over Somebody's Else's Shoulder Forsaklng All Others Happlness Ahead Brlght Eyes Sweetle Ple Blame It On My Youth Wayne Lydlok Mlss Lyle Copylng Anlta Humphrey Summer Vaoatlon Mlss Shahan Mr Waddell Freshmen Tap Tap on Wood Any Freshman's head I Hate Myself Harry Gill P S I Love ou Stanley Novak Country Boy Anthony MlKlOVlC Stay As Sweet As You Are Mlss Campbell Bob Vhlte Mlss Latham The Perfect Gentleman Mr Bruner Born To Be Klssed Virglnla Teschner Wlthout A Word of Warnlng QUlZZ8S Goodnlght My Love Charlle Vallne Margorie Steele Thanks A M1ll1on A Passlng Grade In Chemlstry There's No Substltute For You Reserve Basket Ball Team Show Them No Mercy Tardy Students The Last Gentleman Mr Geltlng Page slxty four 4 'A 1 . Y . . annooquuonosoooossnonossouo can . . socsuunasuooona sou can oauousos . . coocaoosovoc onus . . our ooo . . noon gan' . . Q OOQIIOOOOQO llll O ous osooooolono "' ooo can v ooo sususooco . . Y ... ... - . oouaoooueonnoo can . nun one Y . - V sasooosoncooo nuns some uoosoncu 1 . . . noooooson soil . . . . noun ootosocusoaosooonsonluo . . . . iitlnoolo can 'v . . . 1 innnooocooooaooson . lcconoann one: soon u sooo ooo: 0 . .- JOKES V rvlnla Bob r nLook here walter there 1sn't any oyste 1D my oyster soup W Inna Loulse Iarrls nNel1, lf you ordered a COCKt31l you wouldn't expect a handful of feathers would youon XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX Dorothy VlSh r NOh Mother, isob, sob! I'm so mad baked a DlCb blsoult for Dave and n tr ew lt at ne" XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX mr Bethel nLlStCH folks, you had better study har fTo Chemlstry for your slx weeks test because I am Class! golng to mak lt out myself ' XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX Bllly Carpenter NDad, lf I say d you a dollar, would you glve me half of 1t9N r Carpenter NYes, son, I would Bllly NWell, pay me You told me lf I passed Algebra you'd glv me a dollar, and I flunked lt W XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX You can always tell a Senlor, By hls strut around the town You can always tell a Junlor By hls foollsh looklng frown You can always tell a Sophmore, By h1s collar tle and such You can always tell a Freshman, But you cannot tell hlm much XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX Miss Latham: WNorman, get your foot down off the desk.n Norman Odorizzig NI lost my eraser and I'm using my rubber heel.n Page sixty-five I -' ' G 2 . , ' , - ' rs A fx 5 'A . ' -T ' ' Y ' in A ' 3, , f I . .- v 3 "' . . , f J l' e : , 1 5 I 1 1 . t . . ,E . an A ' 5 Y lj. JA I Urs. Fisher: NOh, the brute! He might have killed youln IV' . 1 I . 4. d L 0 O , A 2 , . e 3 .' f J J - ' Q ' . 3 . . M . : .N . G 1 5 I o Q , , , N v S+ Tor t DlOSl YW lf NP, Ci doe Ca rol EQ F l lS twn C w r Hal hoo q'GF Pwroy Flora Ale Q smun Ir. GOOt1Dg KAfter Jim Moore yr. Gootlrg Jlm. ax, 1O'7l T L'+ Llp pll o ' Q Q no 1 owool T'M fdwou, apoloon oo L oanvn do 1 o on 1 f 'os' 'Eur, Q m. xwlu of Q u ul D TCWI OLIC J. Hilde lldg, Too cow s odtsLde1U Le tug ol' cow co lo. Q ll o oe do ln toe Q v thout H n l+9' 'V dv l ou Q VF carry ar umblollw fl""l LGI' long rch for Tlm oo you lnox l the h wnero don V1 h HX Q SLI' Il t torn? You'vo lost u x x s x u fn un rn nn n A fx A In William Powell '39 Page sixty-six It ain't the Col , l dor o llkeg ,lt 'S lfxe lei? tffl I ,lf Qllo Cllliua. awww fh4+ w++w f++v +212 ++++ ++L+ vwwu 4 K. ' N, Y ' V- fy- fi . 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