Flushing High School - Litorian Yearbook (Flushing, OH)

 - Class of 1946

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Bethel . . . our superintendent . . . graduate of Muskingum College . . . characteristically decisive both in manner and speech . . . maintains friendly kin- ship with faculty and student body . . . staunch support- er of F. H. S. athletics as manager in which capacity he schedules games, keeps eligilibility lists checked, plans for new equipment, responsible to Board of Education for correct dispersion of all the money received at games, and sees that we abide by rules and regulations of Ohio Athletic Commission. Miss Mary E. Campbell . . . graduate of Muskingum College . . . teaches English . . . junior advisor . . . a hard working sponsor ofzthe 'LitorianN . . . goes on the basis of fifty-fifty . . . has a pleasing personality . . . will- ing to cooperate with others. Miss Patricia Kirk . . . graduate of Ohio State . . . head of vocal department . . . has a very fine voice . . . pre- sents attractive and neat appearance . . . has a ready smile . . . helps with entertainments . . . is reviving the high school song, 'Litoria'. Mrs. Marie B. Pettay . . . graduate of Franklin College and G. I. U. . . . head of Commercial Department . . . sees that stencils for WLitorian' are cut and run . . . possesses a sense of humor . . . gives pupils a chance to show their ability . . . always willing to do extra jobs to help out . . . a real worker. Mr. Harold Murphy . . . attended Muskingum College . . . sponsor of eighth grade . . . teaches manual arts in high school . . . has a genial smile . . . an authority on funny stories . . . has a store of anecdotes of high school days . . . can always fix things so they'll work . . . builds the extra stage for plays. '9 Mr. Leland Harper . . . our principal . . . a graduate of Asbury College . . . senior advisor . . . teaches science and speech . . . has a slow and easy voice . . . is an interesting speaker . . . coaches the junior and the sen- ior plays, the Prince of Peace contestants, the senior activities at commencement . . . interested in athletics . . . carries a bulging brief case and no wonder. Mrs. Wayne Hays . . . graduate of Ohio Wesleyan . . . freshman advisor . . . instructor in home economics . . . sponsors the Home Ec. Club, F. H. A .... teaches English . . . quiet . . . good natured . . . Vout at the cabinn a favorite topic . . . likes to take trips. Mrs. Ruth Kerr . . . graduate of Ohio Wesleyan . . . sopho more advisor . . . teaches history and social sciences . . likes to urge her pupils to talk . . . has a fine sense of humor . . . friendly . . . cooperates . . . does hall duty at noon . . . sponsors Girl Reserves. Mr. Fred Pech . . . teaches instrumental music . . . plays with feeling and expression . . . hopes he'll never learn to like jazz . . . always has his music schedule posted . urges pupils to practice . . . plays several instruments . . . has fine F. H. S. band. Mrs. W. W. Bethel . . . attended Ohio University . . . teaches seventh grade . . . heads a large study hall in high school . . . gum chewing in class her pet peave . . helped to coach the grade minstrel . . . friendly and cooperative. 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Donald Barricklow O Bettx 3 Bear' qC1O veterinarian Bennington Bib Navy Johnen Jim Brown nBrown Q C bum horwan Gossett 35' Belmont sclentific farmer Jim Haines Mary nJimmy ouietness successful Kaczmarik Katz fighting tall Wilda Tee 1 Nwoody 2 cheerleading 3 Bugala Donald Leone l Duc f 4 'Um KW: Ax r-vK"H NN I 2 Station Hill 3 mechanic lax il Nickname qtrong Point 15 qhirlee Bell l Re 2 Army 3 Dias Dorothy Bethel 1 Dot 2 determln tnn 3 hOu3e7lf nemoyne Donaldson 1 Bu 2 drum ing 3 good husband Bobbv Lee Griffen l Nick' 2 arguing 3 lawyer Mary L Fuffman NWeaze model Forrest Lee 1 nFrosty 2 reckless driving 3 traffic cop Della Tendon 1 HB0 o 2 bralns 3 hostess Foster Lewis l Pres h 2 athletics 3 ladx' ran Hopes to Be -I1 " ' , . n di! 2 . ' ' 5 . , 3, f ' , i I X. 1 at X' 1.81, ll Il l Y . In H 20 , L-9 4. A , , ,, . El . 4 M A ,. D If Y X 3- 1 9 . V A. 4. A 'L gm' . '- 1. u A F " -An ., I . n dn 2 0 - t o o 7 -J' 'J ,V I t Zi g I 1 f F we 5 1! ng nt D an ', .tn I , 2, Q. 3 'Ti " , 5. 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I 2- :il 50 ' Q ld' I Donald B8FFlCYlOW Ba ketball 3, Football A Clee Club QFI OR 1C lVlllV 1,a3A,Bad ehlrley Bel C ub 1 2 3 A Home Fc Club A, Lltorlan 3 A Dranat c 3 ld l 2 3 , O le tra l 2 A f Tdtlh Club 2 3 A 2 , O Ilce eta f A Cheerleader 2 Clrl ' Fnsenble 2 3 A l A, lrl Peserve 1 Stafl 3 Dramatlcs 3 Class OfflC8T Betty Bennlngton Glfe Club Ofllce Stall A, DT8H8tlCS 3 A, la Dorothy Bethel Clee Club 1 Lltorlan Staff s Off cer 3 A Latln Club l 2 James Brown Draratlcs A Lemoyne Donald on Band 1 2 3 A, Orehe tra 2 3 A, Gl Club 1 2 3 A, Lltorian staff 3, Class Officer 3, Debate A Norran Gossett. Football 2, lootball Manager A, Bas letball A Clas 0101091 3 Litorlan Staf 3, Drama 'os Robert Grlflln POOtDHll 2 3 A, Basretball l 2 3 A Glee Club 2 3, Dranatlts 3 A, Lltorlan Staf 3, Librari an A, Debate A, Class Ollicer A, Latln Club l James halnes Basketball Manager 1 Mary Louise Huffman Clee Club l 2 3 Fone LC Club A Offlce Stafl A Tltorlan etafl 3, Dramatlts 3 A Mary laczmarel Plee Club 3, Home Ee Club A Debate A Dramatios 3 A Lltorlan ptaff 3 Forre t Lee Bowerston Flah School l 3, Jasletball lootball A, Rand A, Orchestra A, Dramatlcs A Wllda Lee Clee Club 1 9 3 A Glrl En enble 2 3 A Cheerleader 3 A, Offlce SC8fI A Litorlan Stalf 3 Debate A, Dranatlc 3 A Della Lendon Cirl Reserxes 1 2 3 A, Llbrarlan 3 A Latln Club 2 3 A, Debate 3, DT8N8tlC 3 A, home Ee Club l Glee Club l 2 Dorald FOSTLI 3 Leone Glee Club l 2 3 A, Basketball laaaper 1 Lewls Cheerlead r l, Football 2 3, Ba letball ee Club l5 cf ff - rn YT1 Q ..-.L I - ...nu . 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Lltorian Staff 5 Dramatics 5 Ruth Anne marshall Band l 2 4 Orchlstra 4 Glee Club 1 2 5 4 G1rls'Ensemble 5 4 Latin Club 2 5 4 Girl Reserves 5 4 Home Ee Club 1 4 Dcbat 5 Librarian 4 Dramatioa 5 4 Litorian Staff 5 Class Offic r 1 Shirley McFarland G1 P Club l 4, Hom Ee Club l 4 Girl R serves l 2 5 4 Jean Miller Cirl H aervfs l 2 5 L Class Officer 2 L Band 4 Lltorlun Staff 5. Glen Club 5 Dramutlcs 4 Juanita Nolan Gl Club 1 2 5 4 Home Ee Club L 1 toriun St ff 5 Frunc s Robin on Glee Club l 2 5 L1t1H Club 2 5 4, Orcheetr 9 5 4 Girl Rfserve 5 Libr Ilxn 1 Officf Staff 1 L1 o lxn Stmff 5, Drzmmtile 5 1 Ivan Soundcrs ht Plczsnnt 1 5 Gl Club 2 1 Foot ball 2 B sk tball 2 Footb ll L 1 yor 4, B ek tbwll Manager 4 Class Officer 2 1 Drmm lcv 4 James Shlw Football 5 4 B kftb ll 2 5 4 G1 e Club l 2 5 Dr m tice Latin ub l 2 5 L G rle' Ens mblc 5 L G1 f Club 5 Dr matic 5 1 Lltorian Stuff 6 Librurixn 4 D batc 4 Ilu Tzylor Glla Club 1 2 5 Girl R e rvce 1 Office Staff 4 Litoriun St ff 5 Home Ec Club 1 L Jack Thrash Glue Club 1 2 M xinf N lt re G1 o Club 1 2 5 Bznd 1 2 5 Orohle tru 2 5 L Drmnztice 5 Latin Club 2 5 1 Girl R Q rvos 4 Hom Ee Club L Litori n Stuff 5 Sora Ward G1 C ub l 2 5, Girl Re rv e 2 5 L Latin Club 2 5 4 Hom Ec Club 2 4 Litorixn St ff 5 Drn matics 5 1 Donald Whiston Clxee Offloor 1 5 Litori n Staff 5 Club l 2 5 L Band 5 Librwrirn L D but: 5 Foot 1 5 L B qk tblll 5 L Drum tice Virgil Whito Glo Club 2 B sk tbnll 5 L Drnm tice 5 16 v . 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SENIOR CLAsS HISTORY or l9Ao One bright sun hlny day early in September 193A a group of exclted crlldren began thelr quest for knowledge Some came wlth thelr mothers, some wlth their lathers, and a few who were brave enough, came by themselves Eleven of that group completed thelr 12 years of schoollng at Flushlng Publlc Schools In order that none wlll be forgotten, they were Donald B81T1CklOW, Shilley Bell, Eetty Uennington, Robert Crllfln, Mary Louise Huff man, Iary liCZHWlGh, Donald Leone, Ruth Ann THlSh8ll Shlrley lc arland, Tames Shaw, and Donald WhlStOH he rer11d1 g members of our graduatlng class Joined us on the zold toward our goal as follows Lemoyne Donald son and V1rg1l 111 fourth grade Jean Miller, flfth grade, Jame lxth grade Dolores Speicher, seventh rade For tty Per 791 Iajor, and Maxlne Walter, elgzth nr irowr, orman Go sett Wilda Lee, Della Lendon Uxllb3 Dolan, rances Roblnson, Ila Taylo rd, freshman class, Ivan agaln DllFSC Lee, senior class l c c P s all through the grades had our be u iln trel whlch we then consldered great themt c olgl slment We have stayed ln after chool, s ood n tic corner heard Land sometimes feltl the muslcal r Jthm of the paddle but none of these hap pened too often And like the average class, we put our share o gray halrs on the reads of the faculty C he ones that nave halr, of course After all, we aren't maglciansl We reached an lmportant goal ln our quest for knowl edge ln l9h2 when we became freshmen lhat year we chose our class motto, whlch is, Nwhere lhere's Llfe, here s Hopen Also, we found out that a freshman should speak only when poken to After the omewhat terrifylng year we had Just sur vlved, the sophomore class was paradlse It was our turn to give the freshmen polnters on correct conduct wlth upper classmen We found, also, that we could join more activitles and our opinlon was at least partlallv regarded instead of being totally lgnored Our outlook upon high school was changed wlth but one exception and that was concerning our studies It seemed that we stlll needed to read our books ln order to Know the lesson well enough to satisfy the teachers 17 A . 0 . -3 LJ I , 1 1 1 l . . . ,. 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I In our junior year there was so much to do that no one seemed to know what he was dolng untll slowly the haze began to clear away and we found that all our labor had not been in vain We presented our play, 'A Ready Made Family' which everyone agreed was quite a success, held a class party, published the 'LitorianN, gave the JUHlOT Senlor Banquet, and, most important of all, we became seniors We no more than became settled ln our new role as dignlfled seniors then we found that school work still required much of our tlme Speeches, debates, sports, paper drive, clothlng drlve, class play, muslo, Junlor Senior Banquet, Baccalaureate, and, finally, Commencement rounded our years have reached thls goal in our quest for knowledge only to find that we have a stlll hlgher goal ahead of us when natlons as well as lndlviduals learn to llve togeth er in harmony We, as we go out into the world, shall never forget the good tlmes we have had or the lasting frlendshlps we have gained at Flushlng Hlgh Coodby, then, dear Alma Mater, and may we make you proud of each one of us Donald Whiston A6 CLASS WILL We, the most honorable and dignlfled members of the Senior Class in the year of our Lord, one thousand nlne hundred and forty six, being of sound mlnd and dlSpOSlng memory, do make, ordaln, publish, and declare thls to be our last Wlll and Testament To the faculty, we bequeath the strength and forti tude to bear our passing, and the courage to start a new year without our famlliar, smiling faces around the high school To the freshmen, we leave all the excess wlsdom we acqulred during our four years of high school, and our permlssion to strlve to be a better class than the amaz ing one that graduated in l9L6 To the sophomores, we leave all the dignity and sophie tication we marvelous and admirable seniors possessed all 18 . v ,, U v , . - . D We ' ' in this troubled world. This goal will be reached only I! H through high school CWe'd leave more but we're too modest, and some people might think we're bragging J To the Juniors, we wish to leave these personal gifts, and hope they appreciate and cherish them forever I, Maxine Walters, leave my gum chewing ability to Betty Bober You can have all the wads I left deposited under my desk, too I, Donald Leone, leave all my lOO's to Henry J White and David Prltts Don't fight boys, I can dream can't I I, Shlrley Bell, leave my excessive Jabber to Anna Demarchi I, Virgil White, leave my pleasing personality to Stella Sita I, Robert Grlffin, leave my Ncorn is greenn Jokes We, Norman Gossett and Mary Louise Huffman, leave the space we used to occupy in the senior cloak oom to Nancy Brindley and the one that gets there firsa I, Betty Bennlngton, will my faithfulness to one man to any junior girl interested in getting married I, Mary Kaczmarek, leave my supposed timidness to Jean Cole and Flora Ann Minot I, Wilde Lee, leave my man gettlng ability to Naomi VanCuren I, Della Lendon, bequeath my secret affection for someone lwho's a secret! to any junior girl with a secret affection that she thinks is a secret lIt ain't no use, though The school finds it out before you do I I, Shirley McFarland, leave my sunny disposition to all the juniors Cmhere s enough to go around and a lot left over J I, James Brown, leave my Hsee a man about a horsew excuses to David Hoblick lIt's worn out, but it always works J I, Donald Barricklow, leave my glasses and sideburns to Andrew DeClemente, I, Lemoyne Donaldson, leave my place as head drummer in the band to Anne Holloway 19 n . . ? to Andrew DeClemente. 'I' V. I , I, Ivan Saunders, leave my numerous army uniforms to the Junior boys. CDon't shove boys, there's enough to go around.J I, James Shaw, leave my slick football ability to James Cecil. I, Ruth Ann Marshall, will my happy-go-lucky atti- tude to Jack Teschner. We, Herrick Brown, Jack Thrash, and James Haines leave our way with the girls to John Bethel CDear John a I, Jean Miller, will my car, 'The Miller Menace', to any Juniors interested in the junk or antique busi ness I, Donald Whiston, leave my fast driving to any junior girl desiring to always stay young I, Helen Major, will my ability to stay out of trou ble to Gladys Moore and Gloria Braido I, Juanita Nolan, leave my bashfulness and quiet modesty to Jean Litten I, Frances Robinson, will my studiousness to Maxine Pickering and Joan Steele I, Dolores Speicher, will my fear of boys and demure quietness to Nellie Jane Ballog I, Ila maylor, leave my wonderful sense of humor Jeanette Whitsell I, Sarah Ward, leave my numerous troubles to lil ern Jackson I, Forrest Lee, leave my Romeo antics to William Henderson Hughes We, in witness thereof, do set our hand and seal on this fifth day of november, in the year of our Lord, nineteen hundred and forty si? Y' Y AL-LL4 1'5"-if MJ4, 962, Jean Miller HA6' 20 I 0 l V ' 0 O . O k . . . O K 0 I to 3 fu -.ru -, I I, Foster Lewis, leave my graceful stride to Robert 0 , I . - 5, , .J y, ,.,1'1. , lj I , , I SENIORS Nwhen You're Gone We won't Forget You' We shall miss Jean Miller comlng In just as or after the tardy bell rlngs Jim Shaw frantically hunting every dey for his coat and cap Betty Bennington's HAny stamps today Lemoyne Dona1dson's daily visit to the Junior room the little friendly blonde, Mary haczmarek Slwrley McFarland's quiet determination and sunny disposition Ruth Ann harshall's artistic ability Ivan Q u ders dimples and his fine sense of humor t e boy the Htemporary permanent', Donald Leone Fest r 'Preach' Lewis on the basketball team Donald ricklow as an end on our football team the als enser of the latest news, Shirley Bell the quiet strorg 'goodlooking boy with the sideburnsn, Donald Whiston Wilde Lee putting Wpep' into the cheer leading Jim Brown's 'I'll worry about that tomorrow Doroth Bethel's quiet manner haxine Walter's WThe harder I study the harder I chown the chap who became industrious, Virgil White Ila laylor's belief 'Laugh and the world laughs with youu the intellectual type, Sara Elizabeth Ward the quietness of Jack Thrash the pretty dependable type, Dolores Speicher Frances Hobinson's smile the neat dre ser Mary Louise Huffman the Nelways on timew, Juanita Nolan Della Lendon's Wcome hithern smile the cuietest boy in school, James Haines Forrest 'FrostyW Lee, the happy go lucky and Robert Griffin, the captain of the football and basketball teams 'The days will cone and the days will gon USO when we meet together, Together, together, No matter what the weather Or what the time of day, Let's grab a hrnd and shake it And shake it, and shake it, And as for greeting, nahe it That good old fashioned way Howdy do, Don and Jimo Howdy do Budo Howdy do Brother Cv? Howdy do Sister Bell? Howdy-do, Dot? Howdy-do, Dode? Howdy-do Ida and Ivan? Howdy-do F. H. S. 21 I O I 0 U O O I O U '?Y' 0 O . ' . . . al 1 0 o Q 'H apo 0 - nfl F. Q g . h V 'v1...TQll U ' Q C Q I 'f ' 0 0 e - JQQT' V e o e 13' O O I - man, Norman Gosset . . . Helen Major's arguing . . . that , . a ' o e o n I I 9 y I , I Q 0 I l l I I l rx I l D C . e e u , I O O X O I O S I U I I Q Q I D 0 I ' 9 . .U A In . Q U ? . THE SENIOR PLAY COLLFCE DAVS under the direction of Nr L R H r per play featured the fine acting of each character the scene was in NMa Mitchell's Coffee Shoppen Just off the campus of Freedale the time was in the fall of the year the Coffee Shoppe, a favorite hang outn for college students, was being closed by the banker, Mr Victor Harold Duquet, a young man of wealth, came to NMa'sW aid and paid off the debt the N ld Skinflintn, rr Victor, is tossed very roughly by the students from NMa Mitchell'S Shoppen, which contlnues to be the meeting place for students CAel OF ChARACTERS Harold Duquet, 'Duke , a young man of wealth Robert Lee Griffin Ma Mltchell, proprietress of NMa Mitchell's Coffee Shoppew Ruth Ann Marshall John Wigglns, 'Slim , poor but hone t Donald Whiston Shlrley litchell, la's Daughter Dolores Speicher Lana Henderson, a student Mary Yaczmarek Bill Taylor, the basketball captain James Shaw Yatherine Skinner, WPoodles', a student Shirley Bell Ella Rose Peters, a very studious student Jean Miller Vlvian Parker, the school bell Wilda Lee Ossie Victor, a student Forrest Lee Pete Lewls, the young basketball coach Donald Barricklow Ivan Saunders PRODUCTION S XFF Stage Manager Foster Lewis Assistant Stage Manager James Brown Stage Commlttee Norman Gossett James Haines Jack mhrash Script Directors and lake up Betty Bennington Mary Louise Huffman Programs Frances Robinson, Sara Elizabeth Ward Ushers Dorothy Bethel Della Landon Helen Major Shirley hcFarland Ile Taylor, naxine Walter, Juanita Nolan Publlcity Co managers Lemoyne Donaldson Virgll White Curtain Donald Leone music by the nigh school orchestra under the direction of Mr Fred Pech 22 .Y .. 0 0 0 L 9 0 0 a ' I 1 I 4 0 o o 1 0 0 0 , N - 0 s a Q 0 0 0 s 0 o 0 r .A , . a FTW "' A V N O C I 0 O I ' o ' n 1 8 . . ' ' If ov .L s s l O O 0 o 0 0 o Q o 0 x. f I I O I L 0 o ' e n . ' . O I I I U Q U fb ' I . C . Q f . I C I ' . 0 Mr. Victor, Ossie's father and the local banker. . . . . '11 L! ' 0 0 0 Q 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 n u I l 0 0 0 I 0 c a a A I I 0 0 s 0 i s 9 0 0 0 o 0 , 4. F f A " a s n o 4 1 o 0 0 e 0 0 Q I u o n 0 0 s n a n , I' N . 1 , A I . " c c o c s o o c o . 0 0 n 0 o o u 1 s o o o 0 Q 9 o o 4 O BACCALAURFAME LXERCISTS Sunday, Nay 19 l9h6 hlgh School Add tor'um Bight O'clock Plano Prelude llSb P1TTlClH Yirk lrocesslonal llss Patricl hlrk Invocation mev D C Marshall Music WAve marlan Glrls' Ensemble Scripture Re dlng Rev D C Marshall Hymn In he Carden Congregation Muslc NThe Heavens Are Tellingn Girls' Chorus Sermon Rev H S Southern Vocal Solo The Lord Is by Shepherd' Miss Patricia Kirk Hymn America Congregation Benediction Rev D C Marshall Rece sional NLead On, O Ying Eternalu 23 - I . 3 C' . uf , Y ' 3 ' 4. 4 ' , V' ' L,.' ' . , L i. .8 ,. Hymn NCome Thou Almighty Kingn Congregation W O C I N I. Q , . . C ' 0 0 0 K ' N T T N 1 . V l 0 I N fl I N N U l 0 -' , s , , CLASS OV lOLo, tlirty on radu tes is made up of pupils from Flushing, Morristown, Bannocb, UHlOPtOWP Rock Fill and surroundin rural e +1 n Della Lendon in high school Juanita Nolan, James Haines, Helen Magor, and Foster lewis have perfect attendance l9L6 records FOR Y SIAWH ANNUAL CONMENCFMEN Blushing High School Auditorium Thursday, May 23, l9u6 Bight O'clock Processional NClaytons Grand Marchn hiss kirk Music National Anthem High School Orchestra Invocation Rev L Chester Lewis Music NWho's That A' Callingn High School Choir Salutatory 'Fducation at the Orossroads'Della Lendon Nusic High School Orchestra Valedictory 'Living with Othersn Dolores Speicher Music High School Orchestra Address WThe Winning Fight' Dr. L. R. Ackers Pastor, LaBelle View Pethodist Church, Steubenville, Ohio Music High School Orchestra Presentation of Diplomas Mr. E. W. Lewis Pres. Board of Education Song NAlma Matern Class of l9L6 Benediction Rev. H. S. Southern 2b U 4 , I 'lt 4 ' 9 g 8.1 a Q Q I . . ' . , , . - . . . . . q L A- 1 0-S ' V..-. S CU-LC-l C I u has been neither absent nor tardy during her four years . M . ITT ' F71 .. " - 1' J' l . ,. , ' A ' O O 0 . ' I I ' ' 9 , q . , . . - J 4-1 ,,,,. m X, -,,.....-n.-422 FN 11111 N fy is YU Wwm vfffy f f W ffifa -----sup 7 u,,.,e,,,q-uun:- 1"-"1 T1 Vi If 11 : Q-Q sf , Q l K l f 3 5 1 5 Es Q 1 ' H ..... VJ ?Q,i1!: XW,l mr wx ,,..,.1 ' ,.---.Q auf. -.l LJ, L X VLJ,Li'1j"Ll'i I .4 I , Q V,31ViQ7 If 2 I illizgi .4- j lui -"- ,C .,?:-1.:1- W-ww ' --- - ""X ,' sf, is pw .X K 111 I 4 v X' V U' X. ff ff 1 If xxjm K .X M if fl ' ---v--P-f,11'gg is Ti " - 25 Ji-vu-np...-,,, QS rTC S Prpsldvnt w V J bllC1 Vice Preslklef-nt lnv 1' Secretary Treasurer L Jllll Class A vi L Q CCL 10 Blue nd White FLLI R Swv 6113 P zfnpri nov t ach CLAUS HOT L Jeno Balls? 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X 1' 1 ,, ,-.TS .g ff' Ny' iff , X, R xx lf, fl .V XXX CLASS OFFICERS President John Johnen Vice President William Somerville Secretgpy lar hi chlscn Treasurer Jean fly Clase Advisor COLORS Green and white FLOWFR Snepdragon HOmlO 'The higher CLASS ROLL Julia P1Uh Q O QT LRB uohn u V n Ft P Oliv Tom Lyle Arter Ronald Ballog Paul Brokaw Evelyn Brown Ruth Ellen Copeland Alice Ann Dias n Shi Doro+ 1 oly Mary Ann Gregg ea Joyce Griffin Cldra Amos Charlotte Fuller Isaac Gray Guia HLC1 GO1dlG P1 Billy Rooertson iiiki we rise, the broader our View Jojce Robinson Ta io Shannon San el Ohew lui 1 1 Jfmerville mart laylor ton roo ev D rothy 4 lson The world steps aslde and let! pass lhe mar who Knows where he's golng 28 If t , L7-K1 Y' U ' U.A, .- 4 -L- L Mrs, ferr Y Q4 l T n . -, . . 1 -L.,-L-- X H , 1 . 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Xxx 1' xr 7 f fu 1 9: , i , fly f "'! ff", W, 5 XNLAXQ, I . if ' I ,V If ' 1 , ll X X CLXS OFPIA RS Breeldent V'TV1U1q enlre Vlce Presvdent dean nr dlev Seolet ry and ree urer 5'llV Cu? is Class Advisor LFS Heys day Bradley Jean Br dley dllly Curtls Mebel D6lHFCPl Geraldlne re1thfulJohn Lltton Alan Gumwore Delora Harris M ry Hobllok Ruth Huehes Ann numohrey Lee Johnson Fr nces Kululal Du ne Leone N stod time 111155 career VOhOn Block nd hlte rLOW R rnlte Carnation otto o teas through diflloultvn CLASS ROLL nary Teone D lOFlb LPWlS Lerov L9VlS Loul e Litten 1Ffl bhloley Ron ld Speloher Jirplnla Solge Catherine Stef ni Don lo y or Ch rles ledlry N noy furphy Bttty Pioor Betty lhrwsh Arnold lhrash Clerl lovneond Patrlolw Pooook r J annotte Polend Ros nn Pozz Potricia Roberts Vla moe Woueh hom s S ki Donn Jean Ihlte Nwncy write dnn Nilllems us ell Wilson -M--N-'Y -Y osnoci lly lf vouth Is what 50 I Lv i 75 7 1 -J ug ,, . . . C, , .... ' 1 J. . . 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DICTURVS Schoolmates as they are events pictorially preserved a COHFlOm6T8tlOH of pictures through the book scis ors glue long hours of cuttlnp ranglng pastlnp organ1z1ng lots of work but wlth lt all plenty of fun We have at tempted to catch omethlng oi the lnlormallty, and the Irleidline school actlvltles If you should flnd herein recalled merorles, a Klndled deslle to rellve the past then we wlll have leallzed our dreams and our am bltlons 'li' X'l'f'6i--it 'A picture may instantly present what a book could s forth onlv in a hundred years 'W4Hhi'-M-'H- nif the days grow dark if care and pain Press close and sharp on heart and brain Then lovely pictures still shall bloom Upon the walls of memory's room 4:-3?-34"il"W Nwhen Time who steals our years aw y Has stolen our pleasures too. The memory of the past will stay And half our joys renew 32 - ..J O O I . . O 0 0 3 - K O 0 O o . Q 0 o o -3 0 I Y 3 0 c Q ar' - - . . , Q o o 5 u s o - A 0 n U x . . 0 Q s .L 0 o 0 o " . ., . , . 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A-in X . ,-"Jin V xd in in- . f ff :I N "if,ff1 X X L-J f' X , 4 N 4 X " , :X If' ,,- -4- -'X' If pl' f XX ""' ' 1 1 Hjf Xs. xxx 'fd' ,thu-1 X 3 5 VN BAND , Flushing High School Band directed by bandmaster Pech, a real builder upper practices Tuesdav and Thursday most oi members furnish own instruments letters are given for two years of service in high school have uniforms of black and orange jackd ets and white trousers a feature of the home foot ball games . capable of breaklne into a stationary NPN or letters for other schools led by drum ma jorette, Nancy Brlndley and her assistants, Charlotte Fuller, Jean T'ompson Betty Bober and flag bearers, Jane Ballog and Iaxlne Plclerlng exhlblts a fondness for playing led Palloween parade played at Far mers' Institute gave band concerts has earned a reputatlon of bell? one of the actlve OTg8HlZ3tlOHS of the school MEMBERS Robert Howell John Huffman Forrest Lee Duane Leone Delorls Lewls Juanita Lodge Ruth Ann Marshall Jean Mllle Donald Barrlcklow Shirley Bell Charles Bethel John Bethel Marthella Campbell James Cecil Rose Marla Chini Ruth Copeland ohlrlev Toore Dorothy Ilrphy Nancv Hurph Jean lulraf Culdo Petlacca Golda Prltt Anderson Ra 1es C rver Roberts Allce Ann Dlas Lemoyne Donaldson Naomi Dunlap Geraldlne Faithful 363518 Grav Joyce Grlflln Bethella Henderson Anne Holloway 3 P8tTlCl8 Roberts ncl Robln on Jrnfcf XKODWVI wr I TJ Fil! 7 Dolf 1 'I V1 Div OI- 'b Vln dren I xlne W lt OTJLL n ll o rt wrrf Tanf Ballon ' I F -L 0 I 0 ' "' l u a J 1 O O n 0 O 0 f 0 0 0 -, 0 o a A " . . o u 5 1 0 t 0 - - no ' . - J . . , . . . 4 , . , . . 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T L1 lilne fnlston onle eln Wnlte DOVS CIE CLD? oondunted ry Ilss Ilfk OFF8HlV8d second semeste tl1rtJ bovs enrolled v lces tc ted feuorlte sonr, Wl've Deen WOTPlH' On the R llrond' Donald B8TTlChlOW uohn Bethel Jay Uredley Janes erown Wllllam Curtis Andrew Detlenente Lenovne Donaldson Wllllem Henderson Robert Hughes Lee Johnson Ter R Ollver flUZmlllSF Duane Leone Donald Leone Poster Levi Leroy Lewls Guido Petreoce Devld Prltts Ullllam Robertson Ivan Saunders David Shannon 37 Janes Shaw S nuel Shaw Cnrl Smlth Ronald Spelcher James mdvlor Jack meschner Russell Jllson Robert Jorkley Henry Jay Wnlte Donald Whiston Jane Bellog H470 rr r""y'q"r'1fo lrf.on,, lr1A w r 1 ' , yn 1-1 . 4.11 L. a Q a .f J If -,ra A A 0 I 1 " ' 3 rn 11 1 wv 'r 1' 1' H 1 ll .J J' . Q . . 1- . 1 J g . o + W 'f f or Y- ' - ' 1 f - for h 1 U lnstloltu , . . ' , ' r L , . -y t' -L ' ' .1' 2 L. sfnziorx. nle'fs. tif" . . . - . . D L l Jumn1f1 l go fl - 1 'P 'I' . W . 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IRLQ G 71 l B GIRLS PLT CLUB under the able dlrectlon of V185 Plrk oraanlzed econd semester ras slxty- nlne members song, 'Teanne Clara Amos Tane Ballon Qhlrlez Bell Dorothf Bethel Betty Dober Tean Br dlev ClDTlB QTBld3 Nancv Brlnlley WV lvn Drown Tean Cole Ruth Copeland Anna DLm8ICbl Mable D6m8TCP1 A 1Cc ,nn D s N omi Dunlap Charlotte Full Vary Ann Crfpg Jo ce Grlffen Dclora fdITlS voices tested for ra rltl ihe Livht Drown F811 cl' U71Bf. T L8 In s Nutr In hes Iulvena Jackson altha Johnson Flance Kukulak Tlld8 Lce Vary Ann L one Jean Lltten LUU1S9 Lotten Juanlto Lod Q lclcn Tagor Dalmlra P8FlHUCCl Ruth Ann War hall oPlflcV NcF1rlwni Flora Anr lntt Gladys Moore Dorothy Murphy nancy Vurphy ean rurlay Ju ltd holan T81V Frances Pobllck Arla ldmnrrey Anne Iollowaf dcttv P1D6T Patrlcla Pococh THEML SONG nge theme Jeannette land nose Ann Voz 3 lodvs Prltts PDldl6 Drltts Patrlcla Roberts Joyce Roblnson Stella Slta Vlrp nla Splvo Dolores bpelchcr Toon U thrrlne at fan Rose Blanc hath Jean Bettv Thrash dtlele stcfani 1TkW8I't flltn Ta or lr no or Donna Jean lh1te Edna J llllMS nlalne 'hlSfDH Jeannette lhltscll Nancy 'hitc Dcrothv llson vane Ballcg '47 I dreim of Jean 16 wlth the llght brown h1lr 58 O 1 w '1 v G Ll. DLL ,.. . . ,. Y LIL . . . ' , A K .. . . K' X 1 Q s C Q O A n Q Q .f 1 ' f Q u o D o n n X , xv. rw V - L f J N ' A u N v u M ov' 1 cf . ' :Ru . . A- alll '. 0119 3 X3 ' ' ' . 'N 'T L . -. 5 J A - fr X' I r Z, . 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QIHLS ELJnHBLV 1 LS WVSW QTL ledef lnfrvlssfn J 1 ?1 K a ver' suceess f 0 F 0VuQl And CDHFILLI1 tv ofafher pa fle 'ua e L se+1v1t1es Asses W, ee lfwa, s n S+l+UtP Crureh ACflVlf fs end Heccalaur e CTJLCGS fheme en' 19 e fats n J PHFuGPU f CJFSl5fPH nf shfrley Bel P Huw Dias Anne Pollsvew, T 2 Tee, uf? un Vers? ee v s Q1 'V Q Tye: e voud of slr 3 fferer s11e 1 orvqfizitivns lDClUdlHQ the band, tke orcnestra, ina the vocal Frou 1'VE SOLG JT Uwhen s e V ' an dles, mnole 's wr fogr ev .-is H- 'Srave Ts 1V J Q EJ- H make Pefs ln vour eves nVUS1C 13 weYl ssld ts be the speech of angels, 1n fact, nothlmg 1nung Th L+tersnces alWowed ts man is felt to be so divine.N Carlvle 39 'N V' 'KN , 5 f. rip J . . hh . . f ,H A ,. CT? X ,,esL s' . . . Ju,,+ sLAe 1? f -ess . r . . hfi , J H s,ssful yaer . . . sau, at bat. S,4f' '. ze' i,L ,f,-: 1HVG . . . "T,'e1,1t,d 1K fsliswxng . .s. , . . 1 M 'AJ : A s-mb.v, 9. T. A. T, t Lee EermeJ.' I - ' ' ' :,. xr 4 : U Q J, 4 s ,, ,r. :..u, ,. . ' SUT , Q, Y , Oz" '- 1 - . . . J.e , ss.p, 'ss.n GJ I Year Lyesu. .1 b N : .11 . The J e?,.,15 ' U . ,ws . F.. ,I ,-l, Alec: L , L' U i A zfj Wi,df s , R JA A Qu' sell, WJl3.e Sielcher, Ruth 112-2 Taylor, and Eleine Vhiseih. We er, p- 1 fi - Est mHS',s4 ,xsl e ,, ' ' r N .' wr' ' , s Q , f .1 . f Q, ps. 'vjw 1 T ,Llfux ass. p-,N,'fv'4.--'sf', 6 QB s .L. e.-L ee 'g s.s- e e :js H . .se - -seems -, s s is e e e A,- T -e -re v, s fees 44. s s ef- . , . W ' luv ln il he mn 4 fees ,1 3 ' nes. LTU ' 'T7"'s ' e e . e e ..'VoLsi ge: f -mu ' - , fe, H vfur eyes. 'aw' """' ' "--"' "'r-'- ve- ---- rm , . - , V-.. - se ee e , H F, qi Q , - M .'-,wm.n-- Si ', . ,F ' .. e, , , . . . , . A. '.,, uf . . QL -. J J Yu . A ,, 'vi' 1 I' - 1- ' , GIRL RESERVES GIRL RESERVES . . . under the capable direction of Mrs. Kerr . . . senior Girl Reserves scouting for new members . . . Chili luncheon used as bait . . . all girls of high school invited . . . 21 new members caught, making total of A8 members . . . an ambitious and far-seeing group of girls . . . training for leadership, dependability, and NFacing Life Squarelyn . . . WThe Teen-Age Girl in a Post- War Worldn, chosen as theme for year's program . . . an organization of service Wadoptedn children CTacoma Ch1ldren's Iomeb for which they bought Christmas gifts took charge of Victory Clothing collection held annual Mother Daughter Banquet, May ll Club members are Shirley Bell, president Dolore Speicher, vice president, Ruth Ann Marshall, secretary, Elaine Whiston treasurer Maxine Pickering, social chairman Nancy Brindley, program chairman Frances Robinson, devotional chairman Shirley McFarland, service chairman Alice Ann Dias, mu ic chairman Anne Holloway, publicity chairman Rose Ann Pozzo, Palmira Marrinucci, Label Demarchi, Iary France Hoblick Delora Harris, Donna Jean White, Patricia Roberts, Nancf hur phy, Frances hukulak, Virginia Spiga, Nancy White, Betty Jane Piper, kathern Stefani, Tuanita Lodge, Joyce Robinson Rose Stefani, Mary Ann Gregg, Dorothy hurphv, Dorothy Wilson Jean Murray, Naomi Dunlap, Joyce Griffin, Martha Tohnson Evelyn Brown, Jane Ballog, Jeannette Whitsell, Gloria Braido, Gladys Pritts, Glxdys loore, Jean Cole, Flora Ann Minet, Jean Litten, Tean liller, Maxine Walter, Helen Magor, Sara Ward, Della Lendon, and Ila laylor Tane Ballos A7 I you fol ow, fo low the 353 45,3 ill le G to he lne 40 Q I U i 1 1 . A x . 0 o n O l a Q . - D , . : ' g ,s . . , , , . , . ' ' e ' I Z I 5 3 - 3 S v 5 , s ' I S . . . , . . I s , . . . X , D J J , L V . , . . G . , L J . , 'I I D J " J -1 7 -, . l-I L' L , I N A .,. . ' E tl ' . L In .' 1 . s. U1 U L cb 'Y H ." i1,i-"l:i.ft7 ,1W.a5 Q all '.M,lTg3TTJ:'1::lW, ' E lg .,1 ' is J- 'L' 1 ' ,lily 'a ' g e N a , G - -,. w l..-l oouu ,... Ql-.ad .- J ,-,- J I '-1 l- ' .2 gleam, i-Ill nc - Y :ff lr-A 1 -- - Y ,lr--L: -Y-T.-m............---. X . T ,. ,, .. , ,. , -,. 7 M - ie It G. - T ,Y V ' 'fi M' .QQ i ffl- ", Nfl It w ' 'ea t 1 li FC di-v' ,, at All HOME ECONOBICS CLUB belongs to OHIO ASSOCIATION WUTURE HONELAFBRS of AMERICA NToward New Horizons the motto open to all girls who take home econon ce alms to develop better lorals and to teach cooperatlon teaches personal hygiene put on play 'lock Weddlng' for P T A under direction of Mrs Hays The members of the club are Ruth Ann Narshall, presl dent, Allce Ann Dias, vlce presldent, Nancy Brlndley secretary: Patricia Roberts, treasurer, Jane Ballog Gloria Braido, Jean Bradley, Stella Slta, Nancy Whit Vlrglnia Spiga, Nancy lurphy Shlrley loore, Rose Anne Pozza, Betty Piper, Mary Ann Leone, Edna Ullliams, Jean nette Whitsell, Palmira harinuccl Iary Frances Hoblick Blanche Stewart, lrances lukulak, label Demarchi, Rose Stefani, Donna Jean White Jean Thompson, Geraldlne Faithful, Dorothy Murphy Naomi Dunlap, Ruth Hughes, Louise Litten, JOfCSCTlff6H, Helen lager, Della Lendon Sara dard, Juanlta Nolan, hary TOulS9 Huffman, Sara Wheatley, Delora harrls, Catherlne Stefanl, Julla Hughes, Mary Anna Gregg, Shirley IcFarland, lla Taylor, Maxlne Walter, Ruth Ellen laylor, Mary K3CZMaIlr, Dorothy Nlle son, Ruth Copeland Anna Humphley, Betty Thrash, hary Anne Gray, and Jeannette Poland ZUFFFIQUF NWe may live wlthout poetry, music, and art, We may live without consclence, and live wlthout heart, We may live without frlends we may llve without books, But clvilized man cannot live wlthout cools ' Ll 0 wg VJ ly A VX Ex MI UB 'yfkk Y WWW 553513 1 ,'.. O.. : 0 n - JUNIOR PLAY RIME AND RIME AGAIN, a three act comedy farce was under the able dlrection of Mr L R Harper a big event of the year played to a fu 1 hou e on Novem ber 16 craracters exceptlonally vell chosen Mrs Henry Th mes, who lov s po t 5, wants to be ahead of the rest of her club she invJ es N I Stake speare Tallfe low to read poetry at he cluu meetlrg her dauglter forg t to mal 1 FVl+d+lOH not wantlng to d pronnt his wlfe, Mr Tunmas lnvites Gus Smlth, the ooal oarber to lmpersonate the poet thlS with the troukle Mrs T omas las w th DDS maid, and her children, manes lt a real comedy farce CAST OF CHARAClERS Mrs Henry Thomas, who loves poet J Nan y Brindley Bertie, the maid nd a i1StltH+iOH of lon? tanding Freddie Thomas, the youngest of the Thom se nd QUlt6 the apple of the arily' eye Dev d nobllck Mr Henrv Thomas who definitely hates pce rf Jimes Cecll Jane Thomas, his younger daughter Marln rlckerlng Georgia Arnold, Tane's chum and partner 1h ac lon B tty Bober Betty Thomas, his older dauvhter Jane Ballog Johnny Johnston, Betty s 'fellow' at college John Bethel Gus Smith, a local barber who becomes, tempolarily the famed Shakespeare Tallfellow 'll113m henderson Mrs J guincey Duval, who is jealous of any other woman's social status Joar Steele The ladies of the club Anna Demarchi, Jean Cole Mulvena Jackson, Jean Litten PRODUCTION STAFF Stage Manager Jack Teschner Stage Committee David Pritts Robert Hughes Henry Jay Whlte Andrew Deblemente Script Directors Gladys Pritts, Naoml lanCuren Ushers flora Mlnet, Jeannette Whltsell Gladys Moore, Gloria Braldo, Stella Sita Music by the Hlgh School Orchestra under the dlrection of Mr. Fred Pech L2 ' " o o o' I. 0 U 0 I 0 0 'V " 4 a c 0 - - -4- S " , 4 Q 0 o u L .. J I 11 1 .- o 0 Q . G .- S S I' V '. lr ve L o 9 4 so- . 'J Ar fr 1 n .L ' 1 , . - .'. .. ' I J. Q L Q O J- u 1 . . A . xl S .L Le :L L J u - c s - 3 on . - X . Q , I - . ...on I l . . U .L . ,- J ' 1 ' ' .U .',. J A. J I f Q ' . " 1. f ' ' I o -L A. 4. - . 1 ' ' , ,. . l"'1 l rv 0 0 5 4 , a n . t O s - in the Thomas household . . . . . 0 Anne Holloway . . ' - .J 5 .JS Q . -0, . 3 YY ' x J . .. ll Y S Q Q -. f A. .., I L 3 A - U L 1, n n s f . c . . -, , Q - -V L -5 1 4 1 0 - '3 V - . 4 . . L 1 1 A .l - u 2 D Q -fn- .1 , D Q o Q 1 s 9 I v , Q n n Q 0 1 ., , , VV o 4. . 4 Q o o o 1 Ar' ' 'f .V . 0 s X' . U 0 0 0 o 1- 0 A 1 1 0 D 0 0 3 0 o o o 1 1 Q 1 o o o o s , o g - . .l . . J . , 1, U O I 4 l A -w - , . 0 l A 0 o 1 1 0 o N .4 . i C ' l LATIN CLUB llN LLUB tre nlibrl Gracchl' oresldent, Frances Rouinson, vice pre ldent Maxine Nalter, secre tary, Della Lendon, treasurer Sllrley ell newsre ortel John rethcl, 1ecr atlon, Rutl ann narshall no re,ular Latin teacher, ponsored bv hrs slice lemore tht flrst semestfr and Ir Narle Pettaj the second m s mcetlngs w r h ld and Jart s engoy hop for more actlve s FNlCC n xt y ar w wb rs besid s offlccrs ale Dolor s Sp lcher, Sara ard, Dorothy B tl l rna 0 narchi Jam s C cml, Joyce Priffln, lainc XllStOD, J an Murray, llice lnn Dias and lartha Johnson Tl? LIBP RY THE LIBRITY op n from 8 50 A ' 5 SO P s n n l v r ngo abl ,lace to go for bo refer nce bool and bools Ior pl asure r adin llbrarians have all coco rat d and have tr1 d to cr de a frl ndlj atmosoh fecs ar coll ct d and sp nt for th llbrary h chool board has b cn g nlrous ln sp noinb mon J for good books and non fictlon sh lv s som rest n deqand arc H air Adventure , nFair Tomorr 1 nGran1 c Haroor nSmart r nd Smooth r , NBcyond th Call of Du , NDrafon S d nDr Kildarc's Criscan, Ohio High School R ading Circlf Rocks, and namy others thc staff LS to be comolim nt d on th s lection of r adlng mlt rlal th t ach rs' sh lf has new bool also th llbrarians are Xllliam H nd rson Rob rt Griffln, Dolor s Sp lch 1, D lla L ndon, Iaxinc Pict rinv Franc s Robinson, Ruth Ann Mar hall and Donald XhlStOH under th upcrvision of Hr L R Harper DFnlT LLUB DVBATr CLUB work d lf Conn ctlon vlth th SpeCCh deoartm nt , methods of d blt ne stud d class d bat s h ld th st Cl irsvlll t am came hcrc twic and our t m w nt tn r twice for non decision d bat s m dll rtccivod for inter school d bating , mtmb rs w r xffirmatlve t ams Vary Kaczmar k and Rob xt Criffln, xllda L e and Dolores So ich r n gative t ans Jam s Brown and Donald Barricklow, Ivan Saund rs and Lemoyne Donaldson the club was und r th dil ction of Mr L R Harper 43 . rw ' ' ' I Lu , . 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Y. --if 2 'K ' 1 A ,, f"""-"F A-3 ---if-N, -5- .rf ,, ,'7fl"""Qs - 14,7 SOCIETY On October 8, the Girl Reserves sponsored a luncheon held in the cafeteria Girls who wished to become members were invited to attend and engoyed a delicious lunch The first P T X meeting w s be d on October 17, in the gymnasium After a shor us we s session, the program, composed of musical se ettio s by the school or chestra and girls' ensemble, was given On October l9, the librarians, their a sistants, nasium Games, dancing, and Nhot dogs' were engoyed by all The Ireshman party was held in the gymnasium on October 25 Dancing, games, and rerreshments were en joyed by the freshmen and their guests A large crowd attended the annual Halloween parade and the cake walk which was sponsored by the Parent eacher Association on October 31 A candle light service for the new members of the Girl Reserves was held on November l, in the gym The Junior class held a party in the gymnasium on November 9 Dancing and games were enjoyed by the gun iors and their guests At the close of the party, freshments were served by a very capable committee On Saturday, November lO, the sophomores held their party in the gym Many attended and engoyed dancing, various games, and the refreshments which were served November 16, under the able direction of Mr Leland Harper, the Junior class of l9h5 presented their plav, Rime and Rime Againn, in the Blushing gymnasium The matinee and evening periormance were both very successful The Annual Prince of Peace Contest, directed by Mr Leland Harper, was held on Sunday afternoon, November 18 at the First Presbyterian Church and Sunday evening at the Methodist Church. Those taking part in the afternoon contest were: Donald Barrichlow, James Brown, Lemoyne Donaldson, Robert Griffin, and Ivan Saunders. Robert Griffin was given first place and Lemoyne Donaldson, se- cond place. Those taking part in the evening contest were: Shirley Bell, Dorothy Bethel, Anne Holloway, Mary Kaczmarek, Wilda Lee, Della Lendon, and Dolores Speicher. Wilda Lee was given first place and Mary kaczmarek, se- cond place. L8 . . O . . J. ' Q A 1 . ' , . C D fiK'S . ' , ' l, ' n' , A - . 1 xv,.' 1 u . L . S . and advisor, Mr. Harper, enjoyed a party in the gym- I 3 ' 0 , . ' ' r ' - 0 m L 4. O L O . . . - , . re- I U ' X U . A . 0 " u -Q n Y' o v ' . 3 3 I 5 I I 7 They ere then VlVPH chenees to enter the county and stete contest nooert L e Griffen ert to St Clairsville for the county px nor of Pe ce Contest and won second place Jllta e L lpeted ln the contest at Bsrnesville Or Nfzrmb r 46 HW the Farmers' Institute was held in the Flu hl g gymn slum nanz attended nd cnyoyed the interesting Droeram h ch vs s ranged for the two days The dlpnlflfd seniors end puests erjoyed dsncinp, and certn n eenes?? at their U rty which 'es held on November 30, in the gym The B nd Ccncert pr efrted by the Flushing High direction of Mr Fred Penh The Band Moth s' club held their annual covered dish supper on Merch 15, in the pymnnsium to honor the b nd nembers end Mr Pech Awerds were msde to the members for their services with the b nd The members of the Junior play ccst held a party in the gym, on Merch 15 D ncine and v rious g mes formed the divfrsion of the evening after which refresh ments were served On March 16, the Athl tic Benquet w s held in the First Presbyteri n Church After a delicious chicken suppnr, certificates of 1 rd rere n de to the squad, m n pers, nd cheerleaders The sophomores nd guests enjoyed hnppy party on April 5 in the gym The senior class play, nCo1lepe Daze, was presented in the school auditorium on Ap 11 12 A large crowd attended the metinee and evenine pelformances which were directed by Mr Leland Harper On April 15, the senior play cast enjoyed an excit ing hay ride and wiener roast at the home of Helen major The games were not the usual perlor ones but suitable for hay lofts As a result of the hay rfde, we saw nost of the seniors stendinp instead of sittlne, we wonder why, was the road bumpy??? There was even s chance bleckeye. Donald Barricklow sponsored a delicious chicken sup- per on April 15 for the members of the senior play cast. 49 W, , ,' , ,, - . T' " v , . ' J r? , . f' x , ' 'L 13 .1 ,n 'V Q v, 1 ,- r , .I -,. , . - J. ,, If ., ,JC7 fern. 1 1 . , . 011. e ' -Z., 1 , , , , s nz g' e . 1 1 , , n 1 ' ' .1 W V , ' H i ' S T , ., , - I . . A , ' f z , - . L 1 C , 1 1 :. . . I - 3 F' 1 'Y ,1 , 1 Q . , 1 r A , ' e 2. , , 1 School Bend, was held on March 8, under the efficient ' f '1 .- 1 Q " nv' ' N. , , , 1 A -vm.. f 5 F i 1 4 n 1 ' Q my - 1 Q 1 . , , , a , I . J A ' 1 I I . ' IN fi U! I 4 f , 1 1 I' 1 Q 2 , , , - f - . lx 5 7. , e 1 e , , 1 1 f' , 3 1 E ? F 'VP 'W V A F' 1 , P 9 , 1 7' . , 1 . , , R , P , , . P O , n ., K , I' . '1 r . -, . - O I Z w . . , , , , -0- , , 1 I J K , - .. 1 ' s The annual Junior Senior Banquet was held Sat urday, April 27, at 6 50 o'clock ln the dining 1ocm of the Eastern Stars The entrance to tht dining room was deccrat d to represent a 9 rden, while pin up lamps were used to cast n Soft light over On the tables were centerpieces of sweetpeas by tall white tapers in crystel holders The girls looked very char11ne in their spring formals and the fellows appeared very in their new suits Dinner music was played the sophomore El ls, dressed in white, did s job of serving the food the room flanked lovely nsmoo N while splendid David Hoblick president of the junior class, was sn excellent toe tm ster nd introduced the speakers in his usual ensy manner The singing of Litorla , the hlnh school song, conc uded the program As the seniors left the dining room, each was presented with Q cornetion, the class flower The second nttr ction of the evening was a dance held in the gym The gym vas ertisticnlly decorated in end blue end white, the j nlor colors Here gnmes end dnnclng were enjoyed both of the f culty and the classes On Hay 4, the fr rmen enjoyed a party in the gym The usu l routine of games, dnncine, nd refresh ments wns c rried out The Home Ee Club held p rty in the gym on May 10 Refreshments nd square dWHC1Hg were enjoyed by 11 On May ll, the Girl Reserves held their nnusl Mother D uehter Benquet in the First Pre byterinn Church The dinner was followed by a short proernm nd lnst ll tion of officers The girls nlso presented Mrs Kerr, their advisor, o gift in ppreci tion of her help nd work, . 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P 9 9 50 EWU MM U H BELMONT COUNTY mba B TuURNAVIt1NT CHAMPS KJ ...., f'I'.- bl ,W Q L"' f X o j W K . d u' 'W W, I V ,' F I 5 , i Robert Lee Griffen William Somerville JJ Foster Dewie P -- xxxx James Shaw ffxxdn Jemes'Ceoil K Norm Gossett Forrest Lee 1 Oliver Kitzmille ' 1 David Hobliok X Donald Whisto Walter Behorek Coach X X X ,' I ff!!! fix y W Eco with September 21 Holloway Col at Flushing CBLJ 'Put her in high' Put her in low'N constert urging from the cheering crowd get that man you' got the stupf good passing Somerville's run ning Friffin's play callina Q the line hold ng the bend at the half bench Bahoreh's presen e end personality led us to our 'irst l9L5 bo victory September 28 flushing CluD at New Athens C3 J quarter, on e fest reverse, Shaw dashes 50 yards to a touchdown Franklin splits our ranks for two touch downs both teams core in second quarter, Somerville counts for Flushing but the lest half let's don't tell about it rrannl1n's victory but a fighting flushing team October A Jewett CO1 at Flushing Qoll 'Aces high' deuces low'N e perfect ootbali day a fighting, couiepeous group of fellows entire squsd in ectiol toucldown in quick succes ion Shaw and Cecil racing lor two each Somerville Griifin, I1t?1iiler Qerricllow U11 ton pulling down one each rendei on Lee, and foblich making pos ible the touchdowns by good blocking a push over night have been Tewett' oif day October ll Isiierty KOH at Flushing C125 Q rf!! V! Cheer leedeis, U Lee T Tackson, C + s e great Job reminds the teen Nyou have the stuff' good weather for football teams evenly matched tough lines and herd hitting backs close c operation within the team runners getting excellent protection . . . Shaw crossing the opponent's coal line for one counter . . . all lend to e victory over Larferty. .n JO few iI..f'f'f,3 :,"ve', J' jf 'Q ' 'N '-fi jf L .5 7 p 1,1 1- QI! xx . SP ff ll' 3 K , -,XX ,xx V, ', ,,,rf - X I .- I ' I' X .RN gg 411 ff I V, X g , xx. -1 r"1 J .' -.j!'X-A A"' .f X XXX 'X 1 A '., . f 1- . -wx it-A., X-X KKXX 3 A X i -:XXI 'life ex, kg V Q I i ' a . 1 0 Q 0 1 - . . 3 - 1 1 ' 5, l o o A c Q 0 Y A ' .L o o o . . a a o ' ' ' 0 . Q 1 J' . I Q- 4 1' ' u 0 D . J. N o n o I O 0 1 ' .C . r C C 1 q L I I 1 ' Q . qw ' 'n . D . l NFight, Fight, Fight . . . Flushing fight!N . . . first 0 0 0 L ' Q U I , L' . . . . s ' . ' . 3 O I O l I I Q . 0 Q 0 vs H' . . D U ,Z T H V ' ' 'i.. , '. . . . , f ' . I O ' - . D 1 L h l I O U C A x I 5 9 0 1 l S S Q . . . ' - , 1 .- . . . L2 , ' C -r li , i 1 , 41 sv , Q o 1 - v 1 ' S , VI ' ' 1 ' . S . A. D x r 5 Q i U I I 1 l L 3 - u f 1 S J . , JC 5 .0 . J NF-l-u-s-h-i-n-gl Ffieufs-h-i n'5. F-l-u-s-h-i-n-g.' . . . - ' 9. ' , Z. U 2 Wm. ,urti , do . . Y 1, 0 1 o 1 0 9 a I ' .. Y 0 0 0 - . . 3 V Q s s O " . . 0 C I I V .1 . - 4 FOOTBALL October 25 Flushlng C591 at Lafferty C123 WVea team, say team, Leb's go splendid por+sman hip plays beautlfully executed two 70 yard runs by Shaw and Cecll Somerville bOUHClHQ through for two touchdowns WhlStOH and Fltzmiller countlng for one each Reserves seelng nCtlOH timely blocking and tackllng by llnemen, Lee, Henderson, Hobllck, and Barrlcklow NN1ckN putt1ng through good plays and the Bahorek coached team is agaln victorlous November 9 Flushlng CO5 at Scio ll3J 'Orange and Black flght f1ght'N meam Jouxneys to Solo ln the rain a soggy sllpperv field slow game nothlng outstandlng Flushlng out welghed but no excu es a flghtlng bluShlHg team accepts a l3 O defeat by Scio Constant urglng froa the cheerlng crowd, led by our cheerleaders J L e I Jackson, and B Curtls team ln tra1n1np a flghtlng, courageous group fellows splendld sportsmen hip cooperatlon wlthln the team the band at the half the blg bTUlSlHF center, Ienderson center sub tltute Lee the demon on defense, HObllCk tTlChV runner, Shaw hard to catch, Cecll llne Iltter Somervllle c ptaln, Crlffln flne exds Spelcher and hrash Danapers Fossett Lewls, and SqUDdQlS Co ch Bahorek's untlrlnp effolt all led to our l9L5 A6 team to a successful football season Varslty awards were awarded to ll membels of football team those T8CGlVlDF the awards were D nobllcl 1 J Cec , oOHCTVll18 O Iltvmll e D Q1TPlCK low W Somervllle W Tenderson, R Crlfler J Whl ton a d vere also glven to th 1 n fm Gossett F Lewls, I Saunders 4Hi"l"l'i The cheapest, aslest and stupidest Ping c do find fault The best gift forgiveness 5b . 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BASKETBALL Dec L, Flushlng 35 Franklin 23 at Flushlng OTlOl6S won over Franklln courters to the tune of 35 23 start to flHiSh W Somervllle lu points J Shaw contributed looks set for a good season a Past game from leads the scoring with 12 counters team Shaw Wlth 8 polnts and Whlston from Franklln 26 17 The reserves, led by S wlth 7 cop the opener Dec 11, Belmont L6 Flushlng bb at Belmont Team, handlcapped by the loss of Shaw and Somerville the last quarter, lose Grlffln leads wlth 16 polnts J Shaw loops the net wlth 15 polnts a thrllllng game the outcome lH doubt untll flH8l whistle Reserves sparked by 1ltzmlller's 5 points take the open lng game, a thrlller lb 13 Dec 29, fluShlHg ul Alumnl 28 The V8TSlty WhlpS the Alumnl boys ul 28 Somervllle sets the pace wlth lt markers Shaw adds 12 Grlffln counters with 10 Nolan fllpS in 7 polnts for the Alumnl Jan L, FlHSh1HF A2 Mt Pleasant bl at Flushlng A real thrlller from start to IlHlSh a flghting team an GHthUSl8SLlC crowd cheer after cheer as the game lS tied Gossett rushes down the floor, makes a basket, and we agaln are ln the lead now the score lS tied the cheering lS tremenduous 10 seconds to go, the score lS tled Sonervi1le's conversion of free throw gave a thrlller to F1hShlHE Somerville tallied 16 counters Grlffln and J Shaw 10 each Lee leads the scoring trounced the MOUHtlES wlth 15 polnts, the Reserves 35 2h Jan 8, Somerton L9 Flushlng 38 at Somerton Though flghting untll out gettlng off the very end, the varslty lS closed slowly, the Orloles are behlnd all the way Somerton 88133 wlde lead ln the flFSt and third quarters Grlffin leads wlth 17 pOlHtS In the Reserve game, Somerton lS swamped 29 13 Lee wlth 13 pOlHtS leads the scorlng 55 B . 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I en ll rollover 39 I1HShlHg 65 dt rlushlnr 0r ol s 'uno to e wlde leed in flrst querte and keep lt rre Rellroed he no serious tl o r le exceot in the thlrd da er Grliff tally 2A points ee The Reserves swamp the Rellroeders 32 19 ee ets 20 33lHtS J n 15 Flu hl1P 9 After lOSlHg to Relnont 1D oles ere out for r ve ee e thr111er B 1nont's edventeee both teoms Somervllle leads the the teem PLAYS be ketbell real Peme s euerds Belmont A8 at Flushlng the first encounter, the 0r1 sive the Prlthusic stio crowd fest break works to llttle nlsy 2 fest nd furlous game coring wlth RA polnts Cecil fnd Fossett play e Reserves take another, 25 18 Lee epeln heeds scor lng with 9 points 'hite gets 7 T n 18 Lxfferty L5 Flushlng 37 t Loffertv Orioles move to slow stort beh1nd 6 po1nts t half time Lose no sett becwuse of sprained wrlst ln thlrd quart r rv ll loops 13 polnts e flPPt1Ug team untll tr fnd Reserves o or w h1 F with 13 ooln s Jen 22 FlUShlHP L3 Freeport 18 at Freeport Of to 1 good stert, OTl3l6S n ver stopped Fost r Preach Lewls pl vs hls first pdme oi scoson Plenty of 3CtlOH nd speed exhlbited Resswork good Somervllle hlgr wlth 20 polnts cheerleaders full of pfo nd bumps Ceh, W 1d12J R e IJCS wln 30 lo Hoolick, Kitzmlllcr and Lee 111 scoring 5 nwlnts exch but ftlte take top honors wlth 8 COLIYICQIS Ten 25 Ada A 39, Flush ng 36 st AQGHQ Orioles held thcwr own flISt half th econd half found them lDS1Hg but flehting hxrd pood tedmwork exhibit d SUmeTVlllS with 12 polnts end Grlffen with 11 lead our scorlng Reserves dropped thelr Fame 11 28 56 J ' " r x ' 41 ' ' C , TD' ' J' ' v + - ' .. 9 - s 1 . . . . 1 e , 1 e ' -, r e 1 H l 1 , . . . ,g ro . v0LT3 am' lrewt to u -ed ' . - 1 V , . 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' ' w .3 T o o u 7 ' L 9 C I Q Q I I E I Y . 1 o . 1 1 -J .1 " 5 Jan 29, nlushirg 33 franklin fb at Wew Athens Witk pas ing C11'PlH? fiom tart to iini h, the Oriole copted their seJe1th riffin et the pace with 10 poinfs the Flu h1nP1uintet fork off to in early lead kept it throughout the game he Re erfe lost 1 close one 16 18 Whiston high with 7 points Feb 1 Plusking 6A Somerton AL at rlushinf ihe Oriolf Ili fd one of their best f1ne of The season was e P11 e teamwork Pood sieed and ill hown by 1 1 11 S xerv iff 1 h wit! 20 points W2reaohN followed with 19 Griflin, at he Peserves are closed out 22 17 by Somerton Feb 5, Flushing 39 xolloway 29 at olloway Orioles agair show Food form Pailroaders stick close to rluslixg out lose out in inird cua ex F Lewis leads scorinv with l points Although Lee set the pace with 6 poii s, the Reserves lost to Hollowaf Feb 8, Flushing L2 Bethesda 20 at LldShlPF n Lewis high th 9 points lead dlw scor ng game rough and tumble throughout Flushing lead in 21 13 at lali time both teams dovble their score in the second half White higl with 7 points, ollowed Lv hoblick with o leads the Reselve team to a l7 13 victorv over Betne da Fe 12 flushing L2 It Plea art 38, at Mt Pleasant A close, fast gene one man riot in last kalf F Lewis high with 25 points, outscored the entire Nt Plea ant team last half passwork eycellent entiie team PLAVFD basketball Reserves play a very close Qame . . . two overtime periods . . . long shot dropped by Kitzmiller decides and ends the game . . . Gossett sparked team with 13 points . . . final score 2A-22. 57 r f '1 ' 1 1 '1 r ' "' . 1 Q L V , . , 7 4 ,,. V . ., . . 0. . . 1 's , -,. , ' . s s s , ' ru : ' . . ' 7' 'ox 1 s Q 9 'I S u : - ,. V ' . r ' f . f -1 1 n o D , 'L - 1 J 1 - C u ' ' y n 1 Q I Q X J K 1 m N . ' : 1. 1 S v S . 1 it ' "" 4 o o K . . JJ I 3 7 -1 R' g . f '1 ' 3- ' 7 'L ' 9 9 '- ca m H ' 33 J eye - 'V ggi s , e ss' . , 4 4 Q A. r 5 JJ. CLK d o o 0 . . -i g Q o S 1 4 2 . . A : 5 W , . , sh s j 21 .en . . . or 1 la 113 '. 1 1 1 - - , ' . -,f 0 o 0 I 1 n s o . . . uard bailed lH 1 oints. 7 7 '71 v - f ,- J. 1 x o 9 . YT' f"N . TI' 4 , 1 , , u fl : F . m A r . 4- . ,L kj 1 Q l I L L 'I 'W ' - ' ' V' ' ' - k. 1 1 1 ... J 5 ' Q 5 Q 4 A . . . I: . Q a Q 1 o . . s 4- - A LJ - 1 3. 1 f -1 ' 7 . . 1 ' J - 3 -" 4 D N' ' ' x 4 ' 0 f " 'T . Q -L V: lvy.L x. 1 A Q ,., A. 3 Q Q Q .. . f I 1 K ra u Q 4 Q Q Q 5, - ' . ,I ru ' I . A . , ' Q " 1 1' . . 4 u 0 . lc . . an . 1 E A I 1 , 1 . 1 g a Q X u I . 4-, xl ,- - , Q 5' ' 'L v ' 2 . . 1 , r ' K . S o 'W ' 1 bl , R Q ', , S .J ' . q r . . J -1- I o o o " A o 0 0 . . . . X -3 0 3 A ' 1. Q 6 . 0 - C u 0 0 - o o o . , I , 4 ..-J f 5 Feb 15, rlushlng 53 L fferty gl at llushlng One of the toufhest raves of the se1so1 yame goes on at a feat and Pur1ots pate 1 ore 17 1 at end OL can 1 1la1e C lent ba 17 1 1a 1ao th ld c 1vllo1 d by L ffextv o 1ut not 1 oughb 11 1 t c. Whlte wlth 13 polnts ard uossett v1+h ll lead Reserves A 2h v c elv c 11 L1fIerty KLJLIV s K f' T :TXT -L' e O n1 sl 7 vs P f 1 ob tie We 1 an 1 1 C lt throuvtout t1me head 29 11 h h 1 och: 1 +1 butes 6 po1nts, SHdM bets 9 1 eao1' n gl W1 1 OTlOl6c s1oned pood 1 sm rs11p 1 1 ndlans roughnfss a good nlght all tie wav around Feb 22 Flush1ng 51 Vo Bethesda 21 The Orioles gave +he1r rest performance ol the season o to an early 1 d 17 3 1U the flrst qulrter, t ey ralsed lt to L2 o 1t the half Somervllle plunked the net wlth 7 b ckets and 2 converslons for lo polnts G lltln ccf ted o and 3 convers1ons for 15 1nd NPreach' Iollover N1th l2 Shaw proved an excellent mar under e b o1r 11 exhlblt d speed and good ball h1ndl1np Feb 23 rlush1ng 29 vs. Lafferty 28 This game proved the most lnterestlng o the evening though leadlng 17 12 1t halftlme, the Or1o1es slowed down ln tre last quarter the last three mlnutes were the most LXClf1DU OI the whole game wlth the Orloles leadlnp by one polnt, the Scourge got a foul shot lt was good the score tled, NlCK fllpped lH a foul 1Hd we were agaln lH the lead foul shot by Tafferty tled lt up again NN1cKn agaln connected wlth a foul shot and the game was over for the second tlme ln the hlstory ot the school the Flushlng Orloles won the Belmont County Class HBH Tournament CLAQS 'BH SECTIONAL TOURNAMENT lat Sciob Feb. 28 Flushing 39 vs. Cadiz bl The Flushing quintet jumped out to an early lead and held 58 1-1 ' . ,, r . 171 ' 0 9 C4 n A r O ,'. s ., s1f'1r , , , ,il , . . .- . , ,,, + L-, y . 1 . ' . - e st 1 1 1- W' ,, 1, enro1,51 all cp aftelws . . . f , fu xg . . ,. , ... V Sc 2- 2 ' ., 1lrst 1' to . 1 tear 1 j,d ex- 1 ' f , '1 X . ' 1 It 1 el 1-1 d':1rg all t1o game . . 1 1. n W, .' a ' , , ,, . .'. I, , ' 1 . hot 1' LUHIQUI l 1, ve ' e ,' L h t Q: U lot ' Y A .. . 4- .1 . . , en - t.e fwurth -rama . . , , ,. ,V "' ' 4 5' 'l 1 J ' . - . na J . . U f to 3 -A i't1'. Ever 312 .2 2 t 71P'1 es, 'wwf ' ' ' 'VT T 1' f'F'1,"',Y'1f' 1- ""'f1Yf"'T Ll 1,.10..1. 1101.1 1 1. 1115111-.'Ll. 1.1 1-11 ' , - -. 1- f F1b. 2 ,UQAlHH L, , o.hftan 22 , , , , 1 4 ,. . , . Rough and tumnle game irom start to llngsn C . . Orloles - ,' n 4 ,. ,- 1 ' . -A -L ' . to - 1 leat eh,d fa that wht one fy . . . . f A ., . 41 ,. - F' , ' ' ' 1 X I a 22--1 at U e a - Q 1 . vrvrf11le oQn1'- s 1 . ,ou ,W , ., , .51 . - 1' fc1. , ',r, F nlgl man 1 c. 19 . . . . , , , Q . U' H ,, , . U -F 11, , S3Hort bfi. F A, tthf rds THLS 1 ' q 1 ' r ' 1 I 1 r 6 , , 1 1 . ,1 2 - L U . . v z , ., - 1- 1 . 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I C' 1 . it 'til the half NPrcar1N was big gun for the eve ning wlth lu P01133 Sonervllle fo lowed Jlth lO Shaw next vlth 8 at the end of the Lhlfd quarter the score stood ,o 50 the game was nip and tuck the rest of the way the Cadl boys 'frozen the ball lH the last few secords to prevent our scorlng they managed to hold lt long enou h to come out on the long end of a Al 39 core so erdeth the story for thls year xxxxx CQACH, NALl R BAFOR l the man who created new ln tere t 1U our bovs teen the bov say of hlm he 1 patient under tnnc ng a flre fellow of 1 Yolaln v ur fault glaes everyone a chance we tbarh r n CHE RLBADLnS llda Lee, ILlJ9H8 Jackson, and Bllly Curtls dld a wood 3ob kept the team ln nlnd worled o get resvor e lrom the cheerlng sectlon e 1 lle lH as erble went flth the ear to other school for tbl we are grateful football Ivan Saunders amd Janes Ha nes ln basketball obev 1he coach's orders at the olayers beck and call ald 1D medlca care keep he medl clne klt fllled clean the eqdlpment and locker room take care of the sults Keep re balls lH shane the bnv bet Id ne tear ale aopreclated WY SMIUBU BODV, an c ent al Dart of evely game shows food nort man 11p whetne thf team wln or "oses lS enthusla tlc at the panes Q1VPS SUDDOFL to the tear by at+cnd1n bf far s hows t ue Splflt f F nl ln? F' SOFTBALL Softball returned agaln this year to Flushlng hlgh nlaylng season has not yet started hopes for a good one are hlth flfteen boys out for oractlce Walter Bahorek CO8ChlHg SCFTBALL SCHEDULE Aorll FFS at Bethesda hay 3 Bethesda at FHS Belmont at FHS FFS at Belmont 09911 'HS at Holloway FHS at Lafferty Lafferty at FUS Holloway at FHS Open 59 I I 9 5 Q . '11 Ei Y 0 1. .' I . 1 L K 3 A 0 l Q e .L . " , .' . ' 'V 0 f 0 J 4 ,NN , ,l . B ' Is "' o o n 1 . I . 1,7 . 0 . Q 1.4 . ' 0 , 1 - , , ' , V .f t .L fs- ' ' S o Q o . .1 . C . ' F117 ' wr . - .LJ . . .mx n o o ' " - ' U fl x ' I S If A AS A 1 0 -' vs I 4 ,, . . It O 9 O E YJ. 9 Q g r L V . . . . . Qlotss r f Ml . . . e,. . -s o S . . . 'M . v . ' 1 F l 3 4 4 . x -1' Ar 1.1.4. 4E .LJ -713 I O I will. :kj x 'L 1 V . 1 . . . N- l . . 0 0 Q , , c 0 0 x f N bv 4, . Y. . . , -' li J 5 3 ,LS .. J .L d Y"1 ' c ' ' Q 4' H: " ' e . . ,cl .J .U .L.-.,.: . . . S ul of 4 . sJ Q J -.LS U I I A S I m V, V. 'O . . . SFUDENl MANAGERS . . . Norman Gossett,Foster Lewls ln . , X . :, ' ', , L lg ... L ' 2. O O I V J l I U A . . . , , Q . a 0 Q V -L Q Q o L u X ' . . . Q. .L 3 . . 0 A 1 . . N ' 3 + . Q U O 9 Q Q 1 J L . , D. N Q, . 24- . . . -.uv S - ,.l.L 'L ol A 3 S ' 1 ', . . , -v-1 r m , ' .l.L.Ll L J.Jl.tJ -,- , " .L B lr A f L 0 0 0 . . 1' 5 S. S, S1 ' I' .1 5' L. S , .L - . . . . 9 I ' J L1 V h U I U 3 J 43 . . . me . f ul g t.a 1 .es . . . thl s the . . , . r ., or L sh 3 ll. - . . ' . o n o . . . , .H . Fl. C l I . . ' . A 0 Q uv 4 . 16 . I , L . N n 7 N 26 N 10 1 N 3 yy O m lb ,, "o I7 W 21 Top Row Second Row Seated Top Row Second Row Seated Top Row: Second Row Seated: FOOTBALL Ivan Saunders, assistant manager Foster Lew t manager Norman Gossett manager Arnold Thrash, De vid Hobllck Forrest Lee James Cecil Thom as So GIJ7 Je Ollver Kitzmlller, Ronald Donald Bar atklow, Wllliam Somerville, William Hend r C1 Wcbert riffin, Jam s Sraw, an Donald Whfston BASKETBALL Robert Workley, Duane Leone, John Johnen, Rob ert Hughes, Carl Smith, David Pritts, Lee John son, Ronald Speicher, James Taylor, Leroy Lewis James Haine manager, Ivan Saunders, manager, Virgil White Sam David Hoblick, and Forrest Lee Donald Whiston uel Shaw, Ollver Kitzmiller Coach, Bahorek William Somervllle, James Shaw, Foster Lewis Robert Griffln, James Cecil, and Norman Gossett F CLUB David Hoblick, Oliver Kitzmiller, Carl Smith, William Somerville, Donald Barricklow. James Haines, James Shaw, Ivan Saunders, Forrest Lee, William Henderson, Donald Whiston. Norman Gossett, Foster Lewis, William Cur- tis, Shirley Bell, Wilde Lee, Mulvena Jack- son, Robert Griffin, James Cecil. 60 : Q - is, assistaxe ., . n 0 ' - ' 3 I ' . 'V . n ga, ' 9 . I " , m '-l. g , ' Speicherg and Coach, Bahorek. z ri' ' - e s 1 ng G e Sl, 1 I I : so Ll : I I fa. - g " I 1 3 I A I , , . I . , 0 ff: lg Q0 3 v v. 'r r 'bv 1' ' K VY in ai 40. "if 3' x ' - 5 -ff f ," . , vm, ani., 1 W , ' 1, ,, . 1,--A 1 V k I I ,,-,if A - . I ' 1 Q . I " ,-A. -.. .,..r..... 'bf -,, N 1 at at nur., .ar , if if 1 James Ceo l Ro ert r 1 Wllllam Soiervllle James Shaw F CLU3 Basketball be netball BasKe+Lall e s lal 3, lootball 3 A, Football 2 Football A Footuall . . ' . i . . . , P bo 3 if'ih. . ...l's' ' 3- 4 l 3-A N' -'f. H ' .... tl ' l- , ' tt' 2 . . . .Bask bball 3- , J ,1- ' A, Manager 3 ' T ' . . . .Bu ketsf l 2-3-A, Football 3, Manager L, Cheerleader l N . . . . . ,sz 1 A, 1- 1 l. 1 J: ' ' ' ' . . . . tl 2-3. W i . . . . . ' 3'b. . . . . .V L. J' ' 2 .... ' 2-3, ' H ' .... 1 L 2. ' . . . .. , A. ' '- -. , . .1 5 L. .' . . . .T , l. A ' . . . .T , l. .' . . . . . . 2-3-u. T . . . 2-3. ' l . . . . a 2. ' ' . . . . . f 2. roster bewls Norman Gossett Davld hObllCK Donald h ston Forrest Lee Wllllam Henderson Ollver KltZmlll9T lvan Saunders James H8lH8q Carl Snlth uUldO Petracca Wllda Lee Iulvena Jackson Shlrley Well Willlam Curtis Ba beiball F T L Foo dell Football lootball Football Football Manager Ilanag er lanaper hanaper Cheerleader Cheerleader Cheerlexder Cheerleader 62 Boo ba l 2, la 1-12 WW 4 X 4 6 w .1 T., ' f MX, i a f W X1 ff xx I I , V ,N I , h ' !,,, A S. VX 5 v E V' X 5 VN' M'- ' ' 4 fi f I X w X t Y QM!-------'f---W t I , N . ' L 4 ff XX .NX -vahwdu-1-WI' E . ' , ,f X. 1 '----M---qv. , 4 , If 'Z X-,X n,.---.F 44-1---- 1 L I f f XX Q + W-mg L1 t ' U--M-.,,,.., ,. - ---r'---"""k'rh---- - Y .fn--A'-x,-,.----"""' " 'A bv--'.v4'.A"' - K-i . L w-,,,,.,.-..... ..- tkjxq- 0 A 'if'-'W 4"Q ' 5--J-AN ....-. Vw, , A- ' XJ 1 f" Sept CALENDAR School opens Senlors try to chase freshmen out of class I notice a lot of red faces among the green freshmen today A sophomore seats himself in the Junior room the freshmen aren't the onlv ones lost Blr t foot ball practice of season Jean 111161 belleves in the statement nBTlghU6H the Corner Where Vou Areu Never a dull moment in the S8I1lOI' TOOIT1 Puppy love has begun between the freshmen boys and the sophomore glrls Aren't they gust a llttle blt young, girls? Flrst flre drill Band Mothers meet Llbrarlans selected Class officers elected Who lS lt ln the sophomore room that doesn't know how to get out of the room yeto Wonder lf B111 Somervllle hnowso A certain Junior explalns to Mrs Kerr that cacao plants need hot weather, plenty of moisture, and lots of water, too Another one says y e s spells 'yeah Cheerleaders elected Wllda Lee, Blll Curtis, and Mulvena Jackson B111 Henderson suffers with a charley horse Mrs Yerr demonstrates to hlstory class the proper way to enter a classroom Whlle industriously chewing her gum, Anne Holloway is brutally compared to a jersey cow chewing her cud under a shady txee on a hot summer day Miss Campbell lS receiving unidentified letters now Hmmm' CThey're long, too J A number of dignlfied juniors and seniors are seen ln the fourth grade room, clustered around a certain small mechanical device Second chlldhoodo Nancy Brindley, Betty Bober, Charlotte Fuller, and Jean Thompson chosen to be drum magorettes Paper drlve brlngs in large amounts of waste paper Pep meeting and snake dance prepare for football season L . . ' . A 5 1 : , U 6 .In 9 c 7 l . A u 0 I 10 ' ' . ll - . . ' ' . 12 . ' ' ' 13 ' ' . v vv U i . - L- J lb : ' 1.7 . . ' u 0 18 ' ' . 19 . . 1 20 . 64 Sept 21 2b 25 26 Oct CALENDAR First football game with Holloway wins honors. Juniors seem to think being locked out of their room after drill entitles them to a half day off. Many lazy forms seen sprawled along the roadside when band marches out Northwest Street. The givauwas NFall outln, not nFall Downtn order Foster Lewis reveals that the last battle of the Revolution was the Battle of Uniontown, and that George Wishinpton wrote the Constitution Prince of Peace books arrive Such big words Jean Miller complains that her music looks like WLat1nH to her Hmmmm' I thought the expression was Greek' Game with New Athens ihey win, lb 31 Holloway and Demarchi Incorporated attempt the grave art of poetri writing What talent' Hell, it coild be better, it could be Wvorse H An absent minded student forgets to it down 1n study hall They get worse everv dav, dor't treio Ruth Ann College I erature, Iarshall claims, while reading a NBook of umor,n that she has to TGTG similar in order to Nbe preparedn for college beats Flushing Jewett, 61 O Holloway plays Bethesda on Bethel Field Certain pupils team when the dismissal bell rings seem to be practicing for the tracr Girl Reserves dinner for new members 1 girl daringly attemps to prove wht her is possible to walk down the r r W at d u ow s f s stil alii Game with Lafferty S ore, O l2 Iavo L Cloria Braido doesn't seem to know wh n it' to go home What's the idea of bring H1 eve 1 coats to them in the middle of the aft noon, Flo 1 ch n e c cdulc co it , 65 A, . . . . - C s., 1, J 0 X ' ' V o ' 3 0 27 . . . . . . 4. D . H 1. 28 ' ' a rn ' " 1 C 7- . . , .p ,, J Q Q I, J . A Q 2 -.' , s' . L 1 f , , . . J u v ' A 'dl ' 3 , . . . , f . Q' ' ' lit- D 0 lv U 3 ' I 5 , . ' . 9 ' A ' g , JL , . . D Q 10 1' , ' r H S. A juricr ' c it , or not it 5 I u ' stairs. nu, any 'vim fr V, 1. 3' , K - -1 2- , - 'rd-'Ly -- - ll. ' . c - , 't. Q' c.f F'i1bff1Ilf- 12 1 ' ' ' ' e. ' s time . . ' ' ,L kg v ,ry iodj"s ' 1' f er. th U r'a? A ta 5- of s h l' is so lrfuslmg isn't it? Oct Nov 2 5 6- CALWNDAR Mrs herr says that some an were of her economic geography pupils in re + tests were v ry HUn1que Juanita NULWM is seen P awl ng on hand and knees W ut's this, a ec nd lf 3 axdy B111 H nueison wear pa h over ome eye Jia ld she hit you with, 31119 To Sur ivilie and nan ne Plan ring als 1 ,cs c tic D hr Hxupnr doesn't iecognize his own coat at the librarian's party Could it have been borrowed? We hear Mrs Kerr's hu band docsn't like such d y potatoes 9 9 0 0 9 Home Ec Club is organlzed Seniors have charge of Chapel in gym Who invited B111 Henderson to the Freshmen party Would Jenn Thompson just happen to 1cnow'P Game with Lafferty, 59 13 in favor of Flushing No school because of teachers' convention how now, dry those tears' iaxine Pickering spied in ha lway very nearly in the arms of lr Bethel 10 OO bells rinp in bond drive Uerhaps some of the Juniors had better go lack to the lower grade and take spelling hev can' even spell Nlield N na1lowe'en cake wall and parade attendance in are now one dollar Recognition Service Because of their large per cent of the Ha1lowe'en parade, the juniors and a half riches, Girls Reserves Now that bubble gum is back again, Nbubbling over with happiness.N everyone is just The freshmen Qand seniorsj wear such worried looks now. will Dick Tracy find Junior? It seems such a pity that Patty Roberts and Nancy Murphy are so undernourished that they must munch apples in study hall. 66 ...IN 15- . fa .. c L 5 - A' ' . 3n,,rvU Y A I m." J v e - V"-' ' ' - '- ' 'N ' 2 ire i s ' 1 .. n ' S' O ' lib' S'1 T 15- ' Q '--' in S 'to ' X . Vlit d' . . Iii 17- I1 'Lu ' ' H , e ' 'F A1 . " P C ' 2, ' H' 'of "av Cl hugging in the cloak-room. CGee, ain't that roman- .Io 19" Q 3 In A . ' 1 - l n . ' ' 3 22" i ' 4 g J 3 'J ' J r J , n ' -' : ' ,Q Q - . . 4 . 0 23- 2 ' ' ' . Zu- K . . . A 25- A . - . . . 25- f - ' ,--..----. 1' ' 29- x . I . L . Q . . 1 A V . K . . ? T 5 ? : ' 30- i C N Q 'd ' 5. as Q 1 - S L ..-I 0 V C' tl v 31- H . C . . C . 1- ' ' ' Nov CALVNDAR Andrew De Clemente states his preference for worsted garments to woolen because the latter Witch too muc Shirley Bell decides she wouldn't rlnd having con pulsory military tralning for girls, lf she didn have other plans we wonder what her blurs axe' WFro tvn Lee asks Mrs Kerr, WMay I o to Cadiz to get my knee taped with Donald Barricklowon Well they say nB1TdS of a feather flock together W Armistice Day program Why was it the clarinets failed to play their solo? Huhhh? Does Nrs Kerr really like lollipops so much, or was she just hungry9 Robert Hughes seems to have the mistaken imoression that the economic geography class is especially small, as a matter of fact, he thought he was the class Junior play matinee rolls them in the alsl s Final showing of junior play a success waistline slim by 2h years of running up and down the school house steps CSO that's his s cretoj An enterprislng student discovers there is some thing ln her shoe Qlt turn d out to bc her foot Surprlse thumb tack on seat ludcly awakens member of American history cl ss FARHER'S INSTITUTE David Hoblick believes movies should be changed the hero should die, once in a while Donald Whiston b comts WRcckl ss Donn of the lUnlBREAK ABLE MIRROR COMPANY One broken mirror would be enough, but three in one day means the poor chap will be almost an old man before his bad luck is over Well LO lS practically an old man Seniors hold party We are grieved to learn that several ambitious students ate too much whipped cream, and became slightly ill Too bad that they couldn't have known better freshm P would 67 7- - , z . h.' . 1 ' ' A ' ' 'E 9- H , ' . g l 1 . x , lo- ' . 1 1.3" vi l 5 lb- - . l5- R e . 16" s 19- Mr. Bethel at last confesses that he has kept his 20- - ' - ' 1 . C s 0 1 .l 21- ' , . 1 ' ' 1 A I r U 0 26- 27- ' 28- I , : 29- l e .2 2 Q i . ' 30' A 0 . A .it G . A D f"C Jan 8 9 10- ll- Lx npn y Jay bit wglq ynnt qerg wyndg in THQ eoconut dlGtP1CtQ are lor W1 ft bo! ferr efcort urnte un the stew sa L1 1 nr Beth 1 calls him Ronald Colman Just his pen name Lights constantly going on and off in study hall give the air mysterious Is it the hoodoo? Dr Paterson of Cincinnati speaks before chapel we thought we were going to have a vacation when the furnaces were fixed Well here we are' Thought for the day Don't the other classes v r have anything funny or in eresting happen? N v r g t much news about them Large absence count, due to colds and flu School dis miss d until sickness lets up Back after s v ral w eks' vacation Find that ill knorl dg has b fn lost N w vocal music teach r miss Kirk Football lettmrs awarded Donald Barricklow say thlt if th coach hadn't had pati nee thay might not have been there what did he mean by that? Miss Campbell seen walking up street chewing on larg head of cabbage bad tlquctte unles 1t's for ake of vitamins Jim Shaw asks Miss Campbell to ask Jean Litton what the chemistry lesson is. She made him ask her himself. D you suppose he's bashful? CS1nce when?J Don Whiston and J. Shaw seen hugging cute puppy. Are they sentimental about animals. or just sentimental? Waste paper drive. f we wonder why David Hoblick is afraid of Hrs. Pettay? Could it be connected with shaking his fist at some gnc in the typing room. just as she turned around? B111 Henderson lovingly gazes at long blond hair on his sweater. When fire bell rings, Ruth Marshall ex- citedly grabs Kleenex box before dashing out, 68 'JLDQD-R D, . 5. ', p W U 2 a.3s r'L .t ug -1 .., , t ' . , , 0 . u,et are Hinfs usually Por. 1? hrs. T. L s A. JeCle'3 " , l','s .c 'las he von't be injured by the Hob, Ronfld Brllot Hrrivesg Y g 1 - C ' - 9 4- O 5' Q 4 I 6' ' 1 Q O 4 l O 7- 2 f , e e , t:', , e 2 e 5 I I 10- , , . s- . e , , . O 2- 2 e e e,-. . 2 'N fl -2 22 n 5 'E r , fl Q 'r ' 0 5- , 2 , . ' ' s e e ' e . 3 , 2. , ., . 4- . ,, , , 1 , ' ,: e 3 ,. ,.s . s - O 7-s I l 'I . H - ' , : c JB!! Feb CALENDAR We wonder vho the little boy is who waves at Gladys Moore every day or so She won't tell Why are the freshmin so childish? Now they play horse with two student horses, and a driver of course KNancy M , Nancy W Patty R J 18 EXAMS have all the seniors and freshmen bltlng thelr mails, the teachers wrlnging their hands Martha John on throws snow all over everyone Then a er she says WVhat do you know, it s snowingon What's this we hear about six high school students who put nuz le together for lst graders at noono By the way where did Wilda Lee get that brilliant nlald shirt she's wearing? Donald Barrlcklow knows Gloria Braido, while underlining important points 1 Current Events oaper, lncludes NFO! THE FUNNY BONE' Mr Bethel flnds Brindley and Somerville cooing in hall, as usual Frances Roblnson faints and fall. down the steos exoectlng Sir Gallahad to pick her up CHe didn'tJ Donald Uhiston gets chased out of the hlgh school a couole of incend1ary blondes of the sophomore room Betty Bober wears napkin around her neck, b1b style Well, some bables have to wear them, we suppose Ivan Saunders wants to know what tlme the plane of learning takes off Now the boys are uslng the mirrors in the junior room for primping Jho is it that interrupted whole study hall when B Bober tried to whisper to him from typing room? Della Lendon holds hands on bus with R Ballog' 1 D Barricklow and J Brown debate against St C Sign on senlor door 'Do not disturb W Who is asleep or what goes on in there, we ask? R Bal log makes eyes at R Taylor at noon Mrs Kerr relieves her tired feet by removing her shoes in history class well, she has a right to Donald Barricklow not absent, just absent minded R. Hughes says 'My mommy made me wear my boots ' lb: . Y ' 15-. E . Y, 17- - . ' ' 21" ' S o 1 u , . ' . 23- A Zh- ' 'n 28" U . 30- ' .2 by 31" . l . I ll ' LP- vs, 5' 0 . 0 v 0 0 6v . 7' : " 0 Feb Mar CALENDAR A DeClemente says his first beatlng in school was in flTSt grade Starting young, eha Mrs Pettay'informs Jim bhaw he cannot occupy same seat in typing room as N Van Curen Lincoln's clrthday Brindley and Somervllle about to celebrate with little lovlng KNO privacy'J Mary Kaczmarek and R Grlffen debate St C here Cupid is here J Taylor asks what egg te ang means CIt's NI love you D Who told him thato G Braido and Bob Huntsman holding hands at noon bhall we class this as a new, or old affa1r9 Two hlgh school students march out in fire drill with second graders Actually that's whele they belong, isn't lto Mrs Kerr speaks fondly of social problems class as h r Wlittle socla p oblems H with duet sung to B111 Henderson Freshman chanel ln patriotlc sclrit No school today Hurrah for good old George! Mrs Kerr takes water shooter away fron J Teschner then proceeds to play with it in secret Several pupils leave study hall on first bell They we1en't so dumb after all wele theyo Lights off in afternoon everyone just loafed At this time B Bober puts to find whether or not it Too dark to study, so least they had an excuse, finger in Bunson Burner is hot Cbhe finds out J knees to make mud DILSH Naomi Dunlap gets down on 0r were you just flred, N8Oml9 March comes in like a lamb Group pictures taken E Whlston rolls band pants up, Tom Sawyer style for Girls' Ensemble picture Too hot, Elaine? Acid in chemistry class nearly removes Jean Litten' blouse, much to her growing horror Where did she get the sweater to take its olace, huhe 70 al . ' ll- 0 1 X 12' v. Q ' . 13" 0 ' 0 0 0 114-' o 0 A A 1 gn K A . 15" o . 0 18- ' 19- . e ' 1 Hr . . 20- A. Demarchi and J. Whitsell entertain typing class 21- . . . . 22' o 25' o 1 o 5 26- . 27- . za- ' . .' 1-:' 'I' o V s b- 'J s CAhVNDAR Cla s tournaments Senior beat juniors, 35 22 By popular consent lO8flHF at the fountaln and peeplng in the typlng room window, 1 the indoor sport most lnhely to indure Class tournaments continue Band bone rt in gym Ronald Speicher and friends Jump rope with little Io Ks Oh well, they're only freshmen Fake Iire a arm how the lreshnen are on the swlngs Is anythlng too chlldish for themo Wand banquet ouch appetltes' It is rumored that V Uhlt6 and Bobby Prifxin e corted Anna Humphrey and Allce Dla back to school, respectlvely, and we mean really escort Ralny day blue Ionday Jhy is everyone so gloomy? Jean killer and other kind seniors let Mrs Kerr precede them into study nall because WAge before Bealty N Jhy, girls I +bo1Uht you lined to study lr Harper asks if any glrls would like to play ball, no hands After he leaves, they all go up A DeClemente doesn t thlnk grade children should pick up trash in yard He's agalnst child labor Grade school puts on minstrel in gym Large crowd The Navy 'ands Eh.Miss Kirk9 F White hears glrls talklng about face cream, says he forgot his nlght before what about that 'school glrl complexion,W Henry Tay? You'll lose it Softball organized Recrulting officer here Juniors and seniors pore over psychology test. I Q scores bravely taken by strong pupils Chem istry class emoties and refills fire extinguishers Navy Belles , of Steubenville, glve variety show 71 'L S g S " 0 ' '- ' -L ' D J 19 : . ' 1 '. , ' - , w -1 x' . A L 0 1 I :v ' - 1 ' 0 . 4 . 1 g L I S H r . . S Junior play cast holds party in gym. ' -- -I . E . 'fir L 0 J , V 1 X 0 T-'l 4. Y, J-- .. 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O O 0 I ' L O N vo ' E 0 Apr CALENDAR We :onder how 1t haooens that MHXIHS Plckerlng and L Donaldson get excused to gc to llblary at iden tically same tlme Is lt a colncidence, or We thlnk it is Nor' B Roblnson and A Humphrey walk to school together what happened to Eng llt class today9 We noticed quite a few members loafing in the library 2 0 Henrletta Jane, formerly Known as Henry Jay White wears lovely bow ln her or his halr Paper dIlVB Sophomore prepare for arty The powerful Amazons Cgirlsl break bell bat in two Boy, are ther Pu ky any mo e' Chemlstry clas has a practical lesson in gases and explosives Maxine P1CK8PiHg'S shoe goes up ln alr and out the wlndow, t Bober's shoe dlsappears Mr Harper explodes" D Hoblick forgets whether he lS to get 2 shoestrings or 2 pairs Nr Bethel tells hmm 2 ShObStFlHgS one for the do they left foot, and one for the rlght Since when make left and right shoeetringsa rumor that A Demarchl threw a brlck at V Did you hurt the brick, Annao Another white Matinee of senior play draws crowd Senior play success a large crowd attends That hayride the other night, the 13th, seems to have disabled the eniors quite a blt We see dark glasse and many terrlflc llmcs Vilda Lee, and mr Harper less ingured than most, keep ln better training, no doubt Donald Uhiston gives himself a manlcurc ln social problems class, using blology lab tool You're pretty good at it, Don Softball an Bethesda called off because of raln Lemoyne Donaldson becomes alias WLemonN Donaldson Was it supposed to match your dlsposition, 'Lemon ? Qmeanlng Wsour' of course! Chapel durlng activity period. Rev. Marshall gives a talk. Girls chorus furnish music. 72 S S O 1, , y A LN J e I- A , 1 - ' ' ' ' --..-..-'7 , . 4 . ' Q 0 2' 0 0 U ' ' 3' ' U . 0 n 1 L . ? . . L+' . 1 1 O 5- " , - , 4 S , lx' ' n 8- '. - f M 5 3 s t r . . ,'. v - s I C Betty ' , . .. 9' 0 . y , . . Q A 0 A , O 10" . : " u . f o J O 4 ll- ' 2 . 12- -- 7 . 15- ., ' , . S . . . . V , 1 L I 5 I ' 1 , ' 2 O 16- - - ' 1 ' ' . s. 0 - ' ' - , I N 17- ' . ' 9 N ' 9 . , 0 18 ' Aor May 2b C L hDAi To school ior two evtra dave Vlpoee' r 3ethel bro e nls g asses wear ,efef glasse Raln lHtPlTUPtb softball ,awe mltn ge wont lr Harxfr reads NCa llng All Glxl W I8g8ZlHS Amber' arn n llcso af T 1 n that h fuldf of 'cow lg Amazlng' Tas arat cfs for the 31 lff enlor w con r'af oO0ubE1l mb Bethes a oo lavor as+ Q efc t for NLltOTl3H ' llol a emblec and sert to be bound Flus lng nl ys softv ua Lalferty Wetneeda comea to Fluehlng for sof Hall game. Fre 'nen nave Q party Se fxd Band Concert Jasn't the Ply t one bad 'D Fome carry Softball fame wlth Holloway Glvl ne,erves' Banouet, even +no' lC'S Safurda Lafferty and Flushlnp clash ln softball game here Flnal exam begln Oh dear' Holloway at Flush lng for softball Baccalaureate Exerciepq in Gym 5GHlOPS put on caps and gowns Exams and more exams No hope now. Commencement. School closes . . . cards go out . . . seniors- to-be pick their places in the senior room. Last good-byes. 73 S :Q 'V t 0 . , , . ..Ll9" U Q' U Q 1 JL 1 V 0 - JA .1 o 23- M . J LZ, " gl 0.2L--f ' S C' .y . ' ' ' ' . 1 l H'.1 " M 1 lf ' . - , . l- J . , H Zn- J . 'age . ' lg' ," s A ' . F5- hiss Cf,1Lall le s i 0' nm A UDglfL. ,o t e oosspfslve sinh " 'c 1U 'O Hcalfn. . f . 20- lf o finite prep Q L L o .c, '-n'o -s, 4 oanlv t, Qvniors and sen-ors have praczlce dan- cing 1CT1CL as no n ngff H 4' 1- 'A d'-- score 7-5, in r OL . 29- L .o at nails cu ' ' .N 30- 1L'L 'i'2H ass . ' f sei ' . h- ' , 1' e I all. n". f P , 3- , . ,- f. -. ' . 4- f J, 4 v-V 1 s L . n ' U I, , 'J A LL" ' '34 .l. Q r' ' -T.. ,, , 8- cwg. l L' ' , . Y .' s 'nuf?. 10- , f EC pf 1 . 2 . " . ll' x v - T lf' If V 1 uv . J yt 1-I+" Q V Q b 5, U r 0 17 ' 0 ' 3 "' LJ 4 , 1 ' . . I '1 I 19' . E I 1- A Q I 20- . ' 23- MEMORIES OUR FIPH SCHOOL the center of many actlvlties noted for lts friendliness pervaded by an atmos phere of Wwe know everv one ln thls schooln the old f8H'll8P halls the VlSltlHP at the water fountains and that llHgPTlHP pol1teness99 in order to be the last one to drlnk Nrs Pettay shoe oo lnp' us into our respective rooms the famillar sounds of chatter when the bus tudcnts arrlve the mlr rors in the Junloz room the VlSitiHP back and forth with students of the other rooms tie enlor bo s hating to drag themselves from the hospitable atmosphere of the Junior room Davld Joblick's Wcome hither snlle Jlm Cecil's 'distinctive cackle' peeling out over all other sounds couples StlO7llHg hand ln hand ln the spring sunshlne the reshmen 99 play lng marbles with the grade youngsters the qulet bell the Hllnger longersn ln the h ll the so lonps I'll be seeing youu three senlor girls bOmlHg nolslly u the stairs after everythlng lS qulet flla, Maxine, Wildal the dellcate su 1 al per formances in blOlOgy lab the lnevltable encores practice the fight for the Nmatrlomonlal seatn in the corner of the senlor room the brain rael ing of the shorthand II glrls to get out of class the day a 9 oup of JUHlOT glrls got sick Cof dhatoj and went to Shirley Bell's and made fudge, ash Ile, Jean or Marv Louise how lt was the clustered groups ln the cloak rooms the playlng over of the football and basketball games the next day our gathering xround the bulletin bo1rd to see the new announcenfnts 99 Mr Harper checklng to see if the llbrary was belng used for social pulposes Mr Bethel making a few announcements the rush for the typewriters N s Pettav saying 'ready to wrlten Nr Harper's HLet's have a llttle qulzu Mrs Hays's NNot so much talkingn Mr Pech' HIsn't that righton N155 Campbell's WThe qulet bell has rungu Mr Bethel's NSee what I mean W Nrs kerr's WVery welln llSS Kirk's HHow are youan Mr lurphy's Nwell, boysn Nrs Bethel's WNo talking in study halln these and many more renlnd us that Flushing High lS a flne old home, Sxe del ree dun bum We'll love lt still, where e'er we roam Swee del ree dum bum 7b -- . Q 5 l' 0 c u . 1 Q 1 a n O '- . . V a o o 1 . . . . .. 1 s 4 J u . . - A , 3 . . - - ' . s c n r u , " " J' . I A 0 I I P W . . 1 i7 'lx Q Q o 1 - "' . Q . Y n n a , 3 . I . . . 1 r: y A ' 1 . f 7 , 5 N - U . U -w, ' ' 1 - 1 A 1 o 0 0 g ' . . 1 I . P I J -L- ' ' ' " 1 u 0 1 4 . Q . ' . X . , 3 , J . . . x 4 . ' x o 0 c . CL c o 0 1 . C 3 I I. . Q 0 - 0 H. n . . I I x . . . x 4 , , . . . , ' fig C " . . . o 1 o , . of the WStairstep Serenadersn COMIHIZ from ensemble . . K o a a 1 . i , I ' 0 n 0 - L' 4 ' J - s o 71 n ' ' ' Y 74- . . a Q 1 A 3 3 ' , ,I ' 1 o n 1 , . - L- o o 0 3 3 2 1 L 1 1. 1 n n l f ' ,- 3 C , C 1 2 I' s a l 0 a ' o X I O J I i . U l . X - s L l V , , , , 1 . , n 4 e lr n ' 3 ' O D 0 o c 1 o . I o 0 o . 0 s o o S . 0 I Q Q Q A . 1 9 o r o a 1 1 . Q e Q . ,. 4 U 1 0 O 0 . a . T '. o 0 I c A U o o A o . u o o . A 1 ' - . o x 1 3 gf gg.. .. A v - 1 . 5 1 1 1 X I . Lf' A--5 ,f A.........--I -2 X! f"+-.- ffl ! . i "fx V 1 5 . ., ff 'A ,ffl if X X X X x ,A -----., X -X S-my A-J If - t Q xxx , X X 1 If V: NNN fi, Q 4, 'lf K , , ff R! X-'X Z ' XX .fix , ff 5 X-xx 1 4 x L..X , XX j NA XX V ---f ff!! ' XX I 1 V xxx x K ' ' ki X , X 1 P V, gx f Q! 'V ff f T--""'f If V," ,- S.-sW'Nx ! v , I If f' 2 f f ,f ff f 1' X -ff X , L f' , 3 'X ' ,1 If L. ' V V1 ,X K L h ,4 ... wh'-M lf" V1 1, ,y 1 4 WJ ,V L w L V, X "' I IT HAS BEEN DIQCOVRR D TIAT Two perpendicular can be drawn from one polnt one up, one down D mean after dee he comfon wealth IS the wealth of all the p ople taken together A short stor lS not a long one rades for lrst seme ter onetrj w re found by Dr Bethel with a maanifying glass A mountaln range is a large stove xxxxx TIF DIFrTR FV Duane Leone freshmar NPlease, Ur Bethel I d1dn't hear the questlon H I m Taylor sophomore Dldn t hear the questlon N John Bethel Junlor 'Inst Forest Lee senlor 'Fuh XXXXX Dr Harper 'hat V nd of leath r makes good shoeso' sllpner XXXXX V138 Campbell 'How mould you punctuatethe enten ' ere Goes a prett P l Davnd Hobllck 'I would make a dash after the glrl xxxxi Sara lheatley Do you have The House of Seven Gables Bobby Lee Llbrarlan 'hat do Vou thlnk I am, o real estate apenton X iii B llv put hls arms 'round Nanoy's walst, P15 rrs so long and thln And then w thdrew them ln great haste, And murmured Darn trot pln xxwxi Bobby Lee Ny head feels on flre N Illda Lee I thouvht I smelled wood burnlnp N X XXX lr Harper ln CTPHISCTV N'hat vs an oxlde Cox I1 e B131 Henderson Wlhdt 18 what thev take off an old male c ow 76 0 1 H 1 L r ' . A ' v . A. . .,c S -v ,th "I V 1 . ' ' , 1 - rn . -1: .3 , I u D J A-' I Y: . .L 0 . u A r G ,. , f on s 1 ge A . ' -e ... ., I . O J ' ' . I ,YW T TT' I .1 4.4. ALJLQULJ . " A L: ' C Au n 3 l . , . , . D J. .L " A' , up l 1 -' ' . QP Ou L 1 , - C . - ' . a on . . . .f , ' L u . uv- Ixla. F L: e s. Y, - - . ' . Paul Brokaw: HI don't know, but banana peellngs make good . W A s. .' .v . 4, C . . L, k 1 'J 0 Cen . Th, -, ' V ,lr .' W ' ' . ! . U ' H . Q - C -r , , , H 1 . Q r AY H , r Y ,- A? - Xa o r : V " 1 "'r l ' , A 1 -3 ' ' . . , 1 K , r -. , I 5311 J . . . A -1 . ' ' D 9' x ' ll A L L L1 ll. 1 - n ,U .' . . .. Il : , ' ' . v J . M. , I 5, X me r - - - . - I -- A Ji I : XM ... g . " I d 7, ' . P1 ' . , - A p C ' - ,U . , - , n O I s Kerr 'V1rg1l, why can't you be goodo' Vlfgll Whlte NG1ve me a dollar and I wlll Mrs herr Nwhy can't you be good for nothlng llhe Eonaldou 4Donald Leone! PKPKJF Bill Curtis HAll the glFlS follow alter me open mouthed N Betty Bennington 'Are yod their ldeal, handsomeou 1 UNO, I m the cheerleader N JF Ir Harper flH ph s class! HFoster, what lS a vacuumon Poster Lewls NI can't Just explaln lt but I ha t gn my head' Bud Donaldson 'What dld you do last nlghton Ivan Saunders 'I had a date wlth Slamese TWlHS 'Dld you have a good tlmeo Ivan 'Well res and no ' Mulvena Jackson Nvhat's the cat s naneo' John Bethel 'Ben vur Iulvena 'how did you happen to choose that nameon Tohn nie called hlm Ben untll he had kittens lkavr lk Butcher HPere, madam lS a nvce hal, tome cure Irs nays NBut I want one the has raver beer lll Don B HI love the beautles of the country lde Don W ' o do I Some t1U9S I ElV9 them a l ft N Jln B ' ver ln Callfornla they have a lac bush 50 feet high N Norman G 'W1sh I could lllac that lkxiklklk We get blamed for everythlng Even as a baby they were pinnlng thlngs on us 77 , . . 1 ' dr . : Q . . . . ' . - -. H 4' . . 1 ' A . . ' l 0 3 v f Q n O rf X n ' q . U W . : , K ' I . ' B' 17 . I l. . e . wk :saws 1 ' . ' .17 ' 'L o 1 1 t- 1 u . . 1 . . - . . I , . VG . . Y , l , . PKPFYFXX n ' . ' . . " . 1 ' ' ' fl l 1 I ' . . Bud: D . .W . v - 1 I 1-5 , . l r YPFFFPFPT4 " A f 5 c ' L . Q 4 I 'Y 91 l 4 .A O ' . . 9 ' . ' - - l I V . . L L : "' x on 1'D,C . . : . . - L 1 - d.H H " , 4- 4. A ' J. v 0 , Q C U A - L rzakaka-oi: I: S U" , . . . .: S , . . W 1 . PSXPFXUF 0 , ' b 0 0 0 1 .: O , -1 I - ' ' vv 4 I l . C . , -.- . . 0 B111 Hende1son 'I was readlr, u huChBH1CS book that said a truck ha mole than 3000 bolts lH its constructlon W lr darper Wles that's probably true, but lt only takes one nut to c tter them over the countryside N IK Donald and Forrest went up the hlll, At sixty mlles or better A cop, unkind was rlght berind They're S6GKlHF ball by letter X xxx Mrs Hay's home ec girls dress to kill Cook about the sale way XXUFFFX Ir Roblnson WFow 1 lt, young man, that I flnd you h g Robert Vorkley WIt's vreat, sir really preat'U emma: Mr Saki 'Miss C mpbell tells me you get F n English because of your spell ng Tom 'Yessir Mr Saki 'And how iid that happenon Tom 'Got too mlny z's ln scissors XXX!! Mr Bethel NNow I hope I've made it clear that you should always turn the other cheek Ronald, what would you do lf a boy hlt youqn Ronald Spelcher 'How big is heou Yiiki James Cecll 'I've walked to school with her three times and carrled her books I bought her ice crean sodas twice Now do you thlnk I ought to klss heron B111 Henderson lAfter a moment of deep thoughtl 'New you don't reed to You've done enough for that plrl already W 11183 Some people prefer to stay slngle others rather knot. Girls If at first you don't succeed, cry, cry, again 78 1 . : ' f 'o Li 'IJ v ' I s ' ' ' . lr Y . f ' 4 I I 4- , 5' S H . ' . Kas X I '. Q C , ' . , K ' o 1 n 3 n o ' Q ' . T . ' : . 's ' 2 1 ' u - ging and kissing my daughter? How is it, I ask you?N 'A 2 -u I J F ' c : ' X ff J i A -T N J t J. o : U . 'Y - U V : ' 4 ' J - s : a ' .W . : A 'o ' . v' I . , , I I 0 L . ' 1 : . ' , L 9 3 I 5 ' O ' Ll :arm 1, its ' --f W K ir.,-x'r w If x -F " dm S.. an-qglba , I 5 5 xi .,. 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