Flushing High School - Litorian Yearbook (Flushing, OH)

 - Class of 1955

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Campbell rite it on your heart that every day 15 the best day of the year U Emerson F r er nCnlv those deser1e to llve who are not afrald to dle H Len Macarthur IJ Rltchey H outh 1S a blunder, manhood a strug le, old age a regre H Conlngsby ims Kerr nlV s of great men all remlnd us e can make our llves subllme Ard denartlng leave b hlnd us, Footprlnts on the ands of tlme H Mrs Harrls W hether our ta ents be great or not, each of us can be de,endable lnon hrs Pettay UGood luck omes to the man that earns it o man can 'ounge into Success Fred Pech URemember when you talk you only r eat what you already know, but when li you sten, you may learn somethlxg " U is hard for an empty sack to stand upr1ght U J R CvC11 eep ln our leart It wmv never r ch your thro t but om m v re h lrcalculihlc helght nerer k own to sor les he nts U r Thlt 8 . WN . -- . ' g n t . . . G .T . ' . K . O Y ' , . , . t sd s . 11 'uf UT' e, . ' . V - , ' ' I1 K 9 , ' . e ' A A . 5 . 0 ' s . . il ri 1 ,- .ll ..u VT . 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O Q - I C SENIOR WILL We, the Senlor Lads and LBSS16B of 1955, be1ng most of sound mind but belng weary of heart, soul, and body do declare tblS to be our last will and testament and revoke all of the same made before ue To the faculty we leave the distinction of be1ng the most well mannered class ever to enter Flushlng H1gh School To the Jun1ors, we leave all of the uncarved desks ln the senlor room To the Sophomores, we leave our willlngness to learn all that is pos Bible in class To the Freshmen, we leave our unendlng Search for knowledge, Ha' Ha' , Ruth Bethel w1ll my famous way of walklng to Phyllls Lltten , Imrlene Bllzarl, will my abllity to keep that trim look to Marty Stalnaker I, Leo Bober, w1ll that unsuspectlng qulet manner to Butch Cordner I, LOU1S6 Bowman, will my ab1l1ty to monopollze the typlng room to Pearl Wesley I, Floyd Brown, w1ll all of my droopy pants and famous walk to Iartln Purtlman I, Sally Brown, w1ll my red, natural curly ha1r to Doris Flt gerald I, Benny Burglns, w1ll my lnnocence of all matters to Charlle Campanlzzx I, James Cameron, w1ll my always ready answers to all questlons to Pat Stanley Sh1rley Camparizz1, w1ll my sllmness to Ronnie Lane bary Cencula, w1ll my abllity to never get anythlng stralght to Shlrley Van Nest Connle Cunard, w1ll my qu1et blushlng manner to Marlene Jackson Francis DeClemente, w1ll my ab1l1ty to attend all tardy partles , on time, to Albert DeP1etro Will1s D1OS1, will my ability to sklp classes and never be missed to Dlck Lyle Danny Glbson, w1ll my slow, but sure way, to balter Moore 14 I , ' ' ' ' . 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I, G rald Grimes, will my small and ever so gentle voice to Jerry Frost I, netty Holloway, w1ll my brother and h1s car to bartha Thrash I, Carter Howell, w1ll my ablllty to control my temper at t1mes to Fred Foraker I, Jack Jordon, w1ll the use of the road to Cadiz to Ollver Workley I, Doris ledley, will my unusual knowledge of the happen1ngs in Holloway to Doris Cunard I, Carl Hedley, will my abllity to be 'Johnny on the spot' to Kenny williams Ellen Lynn, w1ll my qulet voice to Camilla Cheatham Eddie N1GRHBC,Wi11 my mechanical knowledge to Robert harris Patty Petracca, w1ll all of the unused typlng paper to Bob Knox hary Ellen r1lat1, w1ll my ab1lity not to say anyth1ng, unl ss I, Gary Rinkes, w1ll my abillty to go steady Qwlth a farmerettel to Johnny Delaney I Sylvia Shaw, w1ll my famous Dr Crane book on nHow to Stay lall and Slimn to Reva Van Curen l, Nancy Sinclalr, will my abllity to get a man and k ep him to Margaret OPUOUSKI Dlanna Slnger, will my quiet little glggle to Rose Marie Nuccl Sarah Stefanl, will my calm, Itallan temper to Jimmie Lewis Patti Thompson, wlll my qu1et manner to Mayne Hickenbottom Frances W1lliams, will my sweet melodlous voice to Jessie Holloway Sh1rley Yarnell, will my abllity to have that hour-glass figure Janice Humphrey By Sally Brown Connie Cunard 5 I, ' ' . I, ' ' . I, ' ' . I, 4 a. . . . . 3 called upon, to Jackie Holloway. , . I, . . Q' . 1 .. I, ' ' . I, ' ' ' . I, . . I, . . to . M 1 CLASS PROPHLCY 1969 DO WHAT YOU C N I V SPOW Thls 1S show brought to you by John Jordon's SLICK DOWN Oh FLUFF UP HAIR TOhIC For our famous X ray stand sh Huftman Thank vou, D185 Betncl Our s cond performance w1ll be a danclng chorus COHS1StlHg of sarah Stefanl, Dianna Slnger, Sylvla Shaw, Shlrley Camp nlzzi, Lary C ncula, Frances H11 lams, and all n Lynn Let's glv them a hand We hav wlth us now, Carter howell, who 15 gClHg to glVC us some tlp how to be a good coach Inc1dently he lS coach of Dugu sn mUSlC8l typewrlt r She was flown her from UHSFlDg+Oh, D C to do tFlS ac We wlll now bear from the Fountaln SlSt rs, Shlrl y Yarn ll and Nancv S1DClDlT, who wlll slng Nhow De D 15 the Oc ann accompanned by Pattl lhomp on Th se glrls are really bubbling over ard Irs Gary Rlnkes KCOHD1 Cunaroj wlll demonstr t how to u a super 3tOml gg scrambl r I'm surely glad I don't rave to eat that mlXtUT9 Tlme now for statlon 1dGHt1f1CHtlOU by Frances D1Clemente Hlhls your frlcndly statlon O-R I O L-L S COmlHg to you from F H S H 16 Floyd Erown, your frlendly announc r of the HDo What You C n flrst, Do that You Cann performance, We have Ruth Bethel, world' t ChH1C13H, who w1ll ballet to the song, Dry Bon s I under try1np to earn money for her wcddlnp The lucky man 15 hobert S , N D , ,, N Q q A ' ' V v ' .,. G ' Q H N V ' 7 I ' u ,J x , 1 I - e ' 'l ' 1 H e .H L 4 . 5 Q' J , so . ' -- I f' , ' U L . 3 . 6 . A . . . , ' ' 'C L ' ca Ve e c , 1. N E , . Q . Q . . . . . . O 4.1 ' ' Q ,. . e Q, O . . v y I 1 . x next Sall Brown 15 ,OLDQ to ela' e son- HHome Sweet home H on her 9 X.. A J I 1 . ' C Q - 7 J 3 sq ,n J Q n A- t. fy .- .31 ' . B ' C CJ' f V . m, . . . EA . ek L . . A . . s . a e or N 2 . .H Q , . 3 .q , . A G Ihr: J ' o ' .O L .. ., u. L, -f 'c e. 2 . A . If ' A .. . . . . . . . ,y. .W n lo ' .3 7 ' 1- - - -1-pi ' - .. SENIOR PnCIl CY As you all know, shows have to have commerclals and here 15 ours brought to you by James Cameron Does your scalp ltch and burn from irrltationqn UDo you have f a dandruff9W Ulf so, use John Jordon's SLICk DOML OH FLUFF UP HAIR TONIC lhis i your frlendly announcer, Floyd Brown, back w1th the second half of our program For our flrst act on the second half of our program we wlll have a trumpet solo by Betty holloway, playlng "That Old house' Cschool housel We have a great enterta1ner wlth us now, Willle Diosi playing nwantedu on h1s ukul le,accompan1ed by Parlene B1zzar1 Cur next performers Eduard Niemiec and Gerald Gr1mes, owners of the g1ve a demonstrat1on on how to grease a hot rod we have a blg surprlse, Carl Medley, who came all the way from h1s cattle ranch ln lexas, to slng NLet Me Go Lover,n w1ll be accompanled by Louise Bowman on her Baby Grand P1850 Our last and flnal act 1S Dorls Medley wh1stl1ng the tunes, Uweddlng Bells,n and 'Lay That Pistol Down,u Dave All performers have been flown here through the courtesy of THE bENJAlIh BURCID AIR LIBES The two charmlng hostesses were vary Ellen P11HQl and Patty Petracca, the pllot and the co p1lot were leo Bober and Danny Gibson Good bye ladmes and gentlemen and don't forget to rush out and buy your bottle of SLICK DOMN CR FLUFF UP HAIR TONIC Marlene B1ZZ8T1 Connie Cunard 17 r f 3 . . N J ' ' . 2 1 ky ' v 7 ' It ' I , S . . ,V 1 0 7 I a 1 . ' Beep-Beep Motor Company, makers of those wonderful Beep-Beep cars, will . H . . . . C . O I D W " i " - JS E . ' i ' C ' I . Q . . .. ' 1 SENIOR ACTIVITIES Ruth Bethel Chorus 1 2 3 4, Class Off1C6T 3, Band l 2 3 4, L1tor1an Sta f 3, Orchestra 1 2 3 4 T A G Club 1 3 4 F H A Club 1 2 3 A Dramat1cs 3, Choral Club 2 3 4 Marlene Blzzarl Chorus 1 3 4, Latln Club 2 3 4, Band 1 2 3 4, L1tor1an Staff 3, Dramatlcs 3, Orchestra l 2 3 4 T A G Club l 2 3 4, Off1C8 4 Choral Club 2 3 4 Leo Bober Chorus 1 2, Football 4, Litorian Staff 3, Choral Club 1 2 Loulse Bowman Lltorlan Staff 3, Progectionlst 3 Floyd Brown Chorus l 2 3, Football 1 2 3 4, Basketball l 2 3 4, Basebal' l 2 3 4, Class Off1cer 3 4, F Club 2 3 4, L1tor1an Staff 3, uramatlcs 3 Sally Brown Chorus 1, Latln Club 2 3 4, Projectlonlst 3, Class OfflC6T 2 3, F Club 3 4, Band 2 3 4, Orchestra 3 4 T A G Club 1 2 3 4, Offl e Llbrary 4, Cheerleader 3 4 Benny Burglns Chorus 2 3 4, Football l 2 3 4, Basketball 2 4, Baseball 1 2 4, F Club 2 3 4, Choral Club 2 3 4 Offlce 4, Star Hlgh School, Star, North Carollna Basketball 1 2, Glee Club 1 2, Beta Club 2 Shlrley Campanlzzl Chorus l 2 3 4, T A G Club l 2, F P A C1 b 1 2 3 4, OfflC6 4, Choral Club 2 3 4 Mary Cencula Chorus l 2 4, Latln Club 2 3 4 T A G Club 1 2, F H A Club 3 4, Choral Club 2 Conrle Cunard Chorus l 2, Latln Club 2 3 4, Progectionlst 3, Class Off1C9F 2, Band 2 3 4, Lltorian Staff3, Dramatlcs 3, Orchestra 3 4 T A G Club 2 3 4, OfflC6 4 L1brary 4, Choral Club 2 Francls D1Clemente Chorus 1 2, Football 2 3 4, Lat1n Club 2 3 4, Class Offlcer l, F Club 3 4, Dramatics 3 W1111a D1os1 Chorus l 2 3 4, Football 4, Basketball 1 2 3 4 F Club l 2 3 4, Band l 2 3 4, Orchestra 1 2 3, Choral 2 3 4 Dan1el Glbson L1tor1an Staff 3, Llbrary 3, Chorus 1 Gerald Grlmes Chorusl-2 3, Baseball 1 Dramatlcs 3 4 Betty Holloway Chorus 1 2 3 4, Band l 2 3 4, Orchestra l 2 3 4 T A G Club 1 2 3 4, F H A Club 1 2 3 4, Choral Club 3 4 18 f """, o o ol "A, o o o """, . A iti, I O D --Z . , 7 - - -- -, . . . --- 'C 4, Jim Cameron: Basketball 3, Latin Club 3-4, Class Officer 4, Dramatics 3-4, u C 9 ' n: .- ' I .: ""' Q q o "' 010 o u : ""' l -', 1 s 1 " o u 5 'n' -. A ' ", I s 0 -.. , . . . . .: -u-. ---, - -- . : - , , -. I : -as ""- """, 0 0 Q Carter Howell Chorus l 2, Football 1 2 3 A, Basketball l 2 3 A F Club l 2 3 A Llbrary Jack Jordon Chorus 2 3 A, Football l Band l 2 3 A Orchestra Choral Club 2 3 A allen Lynn Chorus l 2, Lltorlan staff 3 F H A Club l A Carl ledley Chorus l 2 A, PTOJ6Ct1OU1St A Choral Club l Dorls edley Class Offlcer A, Band A, Lltorlan Staff 3 Club l, Offlce A, Llbrary 3 hdward N1em1et Chorus l 2, Junlor Play 3 Pat Petracca Chorus l 2 3 A, L1tor1an Staff 3 T A C Club l 2, F h A Club 1 2 3 A, CfflC6 A rlav Bearer 3 A Choral Club 2 3 A Dramatlcs A lary allen P1lat1 Chorus 2 D nd l 2 Llturl n Stafx 3, Dranatlcs 3 A G Club l, F H A Club 1, Cfflce A, Llbrary Gary H1Uk6S Chorus l 2 3 A Football A, Basketball l 2 3 A, Baseball 3 A, Class Cff1C6P l 2 3 r Club 3 A, Band l 2 3 A, L1tOTl n staff 3 Dramatlcs 3 A, Llbr rg A Choral Club 2 3 A Aancy blnclalr Chorus l 2 3 A, Band Clagorettel l 2 3 Dranatlcs 3 Sylvla bhaw Chorus l 2 3 A, Band l 2, A lub l 2 3 F H A Club l 2 3 A, Choral Cllb l 2 3 A Dlanna Slnger Chorus l, Latln Club 3 A, Band l 2 3 A, Lltorlan Staff D amatlcs 3, Orchestra l 2 3 A l A G Club l 2 3 A h A Club 3 Sarah Stefanl Chorqs l 2, Latln Club 2 3 A, lltorlan otaf' 3 T A G ub 1 2 3 A P A Club l Pattl Thompson Chorus l 3 A G Clu A, Band l 2 3 A Dramatlcs 3 A, Orchestra A, LfplCS A Choral Club 2 3 A rrances lll18mS Chorus 3 A, L8t1U Club 2 3 A Choral Club 3 A Shlrley Yarnell Chorus Band l 2 3 A, L1tCTl8N bta 3, DT8N8tlCS 3, Orchestra l 2 3 A Club l 2 3 A, Offlce A Llb13TJ 2 3 A, Lafln Club 2 3 A, Class Cfflcer l 2 19 A : i - - - - - - - , - - - - , A, : - - , - - - , 3-A, ' : - ' ' C , . . . - . gt.. : - - . . . , . ' A : ' ' ' 2, F. H. A. : - - - ' ' , . . J. C - ' v- .' " ' ' N ' 9 vi Q "' 1 ' ' : 4 ' ' ': '. , 'a - , ' P 'a ' . ' , To s - a Q 1 C' ' . ' 1 he ' i . ' ' 'e T ' T A 1 l I U 1 1' , l 1 - 1 1 a , .. 51 r , .. - . 7 A. . : 0 - - -li . - - J . . , T. A. G. Club 1-3-A, F. H. A. Club l-2-3-A, ChOral Club 2-3-A. I N : " " " " Ts 0 Gu C ' " -A, 0 -o u . n . 2 fy . - - - - . v . 3, I' ' "' " , o Q o " ' " Q 140 0 . ' 4 1 ' . " " I I nl -1- 7 0 Q Q Cl " - "' , we HQ u "2'LLs ' . 1 -2-3- - - - , ' - 1-2- -A, T. '. . b 1-2-3- Q , , ' - - . V " 15' ' : 1-2- - A ' - - , - . ' : . 1--- or -- v ' --A, --- 'ff -- ---,T,A.G, - - - . , . x X' 3. ,. ns s ' ,Yf V' . 4 . , i x xx .4 I xl r - 1 x N ,, ' - x 5 I . V I V A ILA :Lf FIUo'I CICOL UJILC IU SUID J nv' AING, I Y 22, 1955 llc.nO Proce ymn In The G rden' Invoc tion "ho The Da Is Over" D rnbg Scripture Readlnl, husic "IE ttlc oi' Jcr1co" Nopro Spiritu 1 "God , ver G1or1ous" Lvoff Sermon ihymn "Old Hung d Cross Bcneo1ct1on Rece lon 1 4 Connreg tion 111 plc c tand 4- Congreg tlon 111 kc c t Q untll fter thc rcccssmn 21 Iroludc hrs, Judlth wut Ifcr slon 1 'Honor ann Glory"-Co t Clemens A rs, T1lC11th Ihit kcr Corgre tlon N J. .11 Rev N S QT'1tr Bo,,fs' Glue f'1ub R v P o S111 Conoregatior 1 I Q Sin 1 ounltl Im., I r B.xCGnLAUH.3A'1'L""13ftCI:TS T'I STG .J 'I A A '1 IQ 111 L' iff 'L' E'f . in . .,.q A U, ' . . L B4 s ' a ' ' f s a- '12 . " E .1 S1-H u a 1 A :C ' 0. Rc ', IT, " 'with Music "Night Has A Thousand Eyes"--Wilson Girls' Glce Club ' if jg' -- Q f - I U 0 o 0 F' H- 1 'N' C. ' I Q-' 3 l 3 X ' J 13 ' --' 1. A 0 . I, ", 'fth '-1 x O G u fy I " ' Ref. Z. ", Htl 'Pie ss' L: 1-Irs, ' 1' vo: "ace 9 a 1..' as s , 41 " A 5. ' x." s Q G' ' a 0 ' .a1. FIFTY THIRD AD UAL CONVLEBCLILM Flushlne High School School Audltorlum Thursday, May 26, 1955 Elght o'clock L D S T NuS1C, UAll Amerlcan Day' I rch Norman and Santos School Orchestra PTOC9SS10n1l honor and Glory' Costa Clemens Mrs Judlth Whltaker lUS1C, Nutlonal Anthem School Orchestra Invocatlon Rev Loren Kuhn MUSIC, L1 Conchltan Santos School Orchestra huS1C, Halls of Ivoryu Knlght S6n1OT Ensemble 'Graduatlon Prayer' W Y h es Valedlctory Address, Uhlch Way Amer1ca Dorls hedley PUSIC, Lord's Prayer' Malotte UNow Let Heaven and Earth Adore Thee' Bach Choral Club C ass Acdress, 'Successful L1V1Dg In The Atomlc Age Dr Danlel S Roblnson of Bethany College MuS1C, Iedalllon Overturen H Johnson School Orchestra Presentatlon of D1plomas W L Cunard, Pres of Board of EduC8t1OD 1US1P, 'Alma Mater Senlor Class B9UGd1Ct1OH Rev Loren Kuhn 22 - Q11 - ' l 1' ' ' - ' da --' - C 11' C I-- - ' . ' ' ,A ' II C - ll ' - uv Q - -- l 4 ' Salutatory Address, HThe Age of Plentyn James Cameron ,- - n H --, ' - ' ' ' '-- . a r ' ll, ' ' ll - ,,' V ,l ' u U-- L 1 1. I - ' ' u ' ' "1 . ' -- . If ' In I D ' I1 ' 1 FX!! !!f ,fl ff If in X! ,f if L If ZXLX Zgf!! fffw XL ff 1 F' 1 ' , fWfQf x V7 xjpf ,135 , ,"LuI,Jg,, f R... fd? i...-4 is... ,,,.,' YT ,,-1 ffk-,TEX L X 'x ,--, I 1 ""' 1 ,... I N ...J 1- ,Q-.ff""ix K K lr-N K Z'Q.. lf,, s I ' x f-X A . .ix x fx. cv- X fav f f f, , 11. KE, f ' xX A VW! "'N-9-an-ai.-. W fw ' YV! .--f T . . S J ,I ti X 'X' F' i fx fxsf' , . I f - 5 f l - K' f' ff V Q' J ' f 15 s 7 1 xxx' 'AJ ': ," ' 7 4 ff' -' -VY, 5 K ff' K X f l A ' A LHR! P ff ' Y Q 1 V 1 .l 1 5 : A ' I fl ' .K 1 ' X If N '..JJ If 'fi Hyyf X : t I 7 fr 1' X K + W0 1 . 1 ' I I , 2 ,ji ' ff - Q, , 1-hm-WN' Xf ,f J A , " Q I ' I YN 1 fs ' 1 ' 1 A ' 4 Q L fp-ff N q' i 5 .X I, 3 - 1 V ' A ' g ' I- o f f x . Y L , : - V Rx XL V I 2 i .-K,,.,- X f-4 - . 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Hg V' , - wil' l-gf-, '4'x' V -A: I V :??.....- ,...-7--"' i-rg X -,...--- Xgff'-5.-N President Vice President Secretary Trea urer Class Adv1sor Charles Campanizzi Camllla Cheatham Edward Cordner Dorls Cunard John Delaney Albert DeP1etro Fred Foraker Jerry Frost Robert Harrls Wayne Hlokenbottom Jackle Holloway Jessle Holloway Janlce Humrhrey Marlene Jackson Bob Knox Ronald Lane not only go CLASS OFFICERS COLORS Green and White FLOWER Rose OT O Walter hoore Charles Cfmrnnivzi Can rd art, t ln ker los Cav bell od, be good for somethlng CLASS ROLL 24 James Lewis Phyllls Lltten R1CF8 d Lvle Wal r noore Rose der Nurcl Mar ar 1 JIHOUSK1 5y1v1a Jplnks Martha Rey ot lraker Patty eta ley I r+ra hrash Reva lar Curen Shlrloy fan 1 st P arl Wesley Kenneth Wll1l8mS Ollver Norkley Dorf 3 0 s P V Q 1 1 , ' f' r- ry LJ . ,l, M T Q F. 'Be .H , . . - ' vv 1 " u ' C te X' 71 -To ' . ., lo , . ff: Q ', n . 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W' J U M4011 Az, A Q3 fl' U I I lp? lil, JUNIOR PLAY nS1ng For Your Supper,H a comedy in three acts, was presented by the Junlor Class, under the d1rect1on of Mrs Frances Arter, on November 19, at eight o'clock It 1S a non royalty play published by the Dramatlc Publish ing Company CHARACTERS Mr P1per, who thlnks he is boss Mrs Plper, who knows she 18 Susan, thelr senslble daughter Lauret e, thelr fT1VOlOUS daughter Plnky, thelr youngest daughter TO8DlE, a bobby sox glrl Ranny, L uret e's boy frxend Biff, Toan1e's boy fr1end Iarll e a be ut ful blonde Kenneth W1ll18mS Shlrley Van Nest Dorl Cunard Jackle holloway Dorls Fltzgerald dose iarle nUCCl Iartln Purtlman James Lewls Inrlene Jackson Charles Campanlzzl Stephen Foster Brovn, a young muslcian Tessle lopper, a eOlhmHlSt stacy, a photographer Barble Ellle D of the bobby sox brlgade Peggy D 8 Stage hanagers Scrlpt Dlrector lake Up Ticket Promoters Ushers Orchestra Phyllls L tten walter toore Pat Stanley Pearl hesley Iartha Thrash Camllla Cheatham ollver horkley Walter Ioore Janice rumphrey Janice humphre, Albert De PlGtPO Martha Stalnaker Reva JanCuren Jes 16 Holloway Margaret Ornouskl Free koraker Wayne Hlckenbottom MmMCwmw Bob Knox John Delaney Albert De Pletro Muslc by the Hlgh School Orchestra under the direction of rr Fred Pech 28 O , . . .S . t J. . .V . . . . v -tv -I 1: ' L 'I , a iv V . 5 .A . u ' . . . -1 ' e , a i ' f WA Q . t 2 . . 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If f ' Y lwfnt 110 ir lk n 'N SLU' I' xdVl ox QLLOYIC POW Lhlrd row fourth row F1f+h row VLAQS L if Q Genk .rnold Lwrry durrin Q K WY S FJH11L COLuhn Blub Qnd vPlf F JER OSL, MCTTQ HF V1 ipr we Qllmb th br Q br th v ew LLASQ HULL Ym BLt+y brown Harrlgt Dsjton is PP Judy uardner, Larrv F8TTlQ an y Lee crtkur, DunWan T1 Dunlqp, Jermon Evite , Jud, Hqrflcy, Lqurkl wobllck, robbrf rollomax Batty +umphr , LJJLQ LuP On, AuHWpEh Llttgn Lnrrj LltLLH, lorna J on L1t+3H, Ga? nthru, cfllllq rely 115 mosc nn Nlemlec Wwn J r1J r, aurmce P lstcn, John LTRCQVR, Dick llllals, Jqnd hllSON BO 0 A "' TS'.QEF' PTVS-'xv , 'T x ' Vfiv ' e5'is t n j fq in 5egrQtQry nnd Trca '-g J3g'iH L,HGLQ Qlglgg .- 'gf ' ylr , 1' A YMQTT f H L'f,x LC? R - 'hu n'gh1 Pl ' 'n g Q ohdv le ix .' 11' C' First row: Gene Arnold, Blanch Bober, Ha ond Bradley, Zdward Brokaw, fu U '34 , ' J 'wi ' 'lx 1 : H2l,. - A, na 'e Q, ' 'A in I Q 4 F , X w v A . 3 t L .L . re' w ' YV , . 3 TY ' ' 3 " r f 1 'L . 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During the year the from Acme at lcio loweea parades, Co at Rock Hill on Me Iuth B th l Ray Bradley Sally FIOWU H len P rto Lduard Brokaw larlene flZZ3Fl Ch rlcs D1Hp3U1ZZl Dorls Cun rd Comme oanard Wlllle Dlosl Newell Amos Judy Bradley Robert Bethel Barbara Bethel Jmnes Carnes hancy Conter ire band partlclpated 1U the Labc J d tke al- nmunlty In tltute, the Sprlng Con ert, a,d N111 appear band played bibweon the halves of all home football games, and one away , . T' . ' ' ' . 0 Kr' V 13' alfa 1 Ii' A A., S . 3 . cw CH v. m orial Day Senlor Hlgh members xlb rt DeP1etro John Delaney Nancy lorak r Betty Holloway rob rt Holloway Judy Hartley Jack Jordan Yenneth Leone JmwsLmns Rose Nlemlec Junlor Hlgh Members Carole Gardner Blchard Harper Jean Lew1s Lynne Lyle Sandra Rlnkes Susan Rltchey nartln Purtllan I ncy Plpcr G ry Blnkes Pa tarley Dlanna olnser Pat 1 Thompson n rllyn lavlor Shl ley Y rnell Dorls nedley Geraldine Conter Phyllls Padle Patrlcla Roush Roland stewart Sue Van Curen Donald Van Curen 'nne Way VlTglUl Vorkley Drum nagorette Martha Raye Staln ker hagorett Judv Delaney, Betty Brown, Janlct Humphrey, Blanche Bober, Ianda WllSOH Flag Bearers P tty P tracca, Pearl Nesley Guard and ChllH Puth Bc+h l Connl unard Wlll Dlosl Betty Holloway John Jordan Ciry hlnkes Dlanna slnger Pattl Thompson Srlrley Yarnell J Band AW rds Pln 3 ye r Charles Campanlzzl flb rt D Ple JmwsL me n rtln Ilrtlman P t ot ale Dorls Cunard Sally Brown ztha ot lnaker Janlce Humphrey Letter 2 year B yncno B dley 'x U dy rt cy P 1 T ollow y e H N ncy Piper Small Letter, Drum lawor 9 Years' Bervlce Wanda Wllson my me 38 I ' v L 5? 9 1 C3 " XT f J , 'Ja ' ' J ' M," if XP 9 a X' I ,L C Q .fl ' 7 1 1' C LJ A " .- N ' 11' ' Q Y u e A l 5 ,, ,. . 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'13 ORCHESTRA The school orchestra under the direct1on of Ir Fred Pech, played between the acts of the junior and the senior plays, and at the hlgh school commencement exercises Ruth Bethel xarlene Bizzar1 Tay Bradley edward Brokaw Sally Brown Charles Campanlzzi Connle Cunard Dor1s Cunard wil116 Dlosi John Delaney NEI BBRS lancy Foraker Rachard Harper Judy Hartley Betty Holloway Robert Holloxay Jack Jordan Kenneth Leone James Lewis Jean Lesls Lynne Lyle Rose Niemiec GIRLS GLUE CLUB Gary Rinkes Sandra Rinkes Susan Ritchey Patricia Roush D1anna Slnger Marilyn Taylor Patti Thompson Ann Way Virginia lorkley Shlrley Yarnell Phe four mus1cal events of the school year of 1954-1955 were as follows Flrst The Communlty Institute was held dur1ng November There is al ways gai ty at the Com unity Institute so this called for muslcal s loctions wh1ch were furnished by the Glrls' Glee Club Second Rotary Concert in Aprll Thlrd The Sprlng Concert, held in Apr1l, was the high spot of the t1on of'hrs Arthur Wh1taker Fourth The Baccalaureate as a farewell to the seniors was held the last of lay, as all good things must end, so ends our year w1th the senlors Off1CGTS as follows Presldent Shxrley Yarnell, V1ce Presldent Nancy S1ncla1r, Secretar Marty Stalnaker, RBCOTd1Dg Secretary Phyllis Radle, lr asurer Betty Hollovay, ACCOmp8D1St Patti Thompson, Llbrarians Norma Je n Lltten and hary Nell Husk MEMBERS Senlors huth Bethel Marlene Blzzari Shirley Campanizzi hary Cencula Betty hollovay Pattl Thompson Patty Petracca Sylvla Shaw hancy Slnclair Frances Wllliams Shlrley Yarnell Juniors Doris Fitzgerald Jackle Holloway Jessie Holloway Phyllis Litten Rose Marie Nucci Margaret OTHOUQK1 Sylvia Spinks Martha Stalnaker Pat Stanley hartha Thrash Reva Van Curen Shlrley Van best Pearl Wesley 39 Sophomores Betty Bnmwn Helen Dunlap Marie Dunlap Judy Gardner Judy Hartley Laurel Hobllck Betty Humphrey Norma Litten Carole hlnet Freshmen Helen Barto Sheila Cheatham Gerald1ne Conter Mary Husk Nancy Jordan Barbara Kois Marjorle Mlchelli Kay Odorizzi Phyllis Radle Marilyn Taylor I T I , ' I . . f 4 , . . - h . . . ' e ' e S year more work, more music, which was a pleasure under the thoughtful direc- . . v - , , s . N , - "3 ... 1 ' .. ' 0 ' ' . IIT A 0 s ' 1 FOYS' CHORU7 The Boys' Chorus, under the dlP6CLlOF of Mrs Wh1L3lCT, wnf lor the Conmunlty Instltute, at the Sprln Concert, at the rotary vlub lf 'prnl and lor the Baccalaure te Servlces CfllC rs as follows Preslo nt w1lllS D1os1, Vlc 116 nent Benny Burglns, Secretary James Lewls, Treasurer Larry 1 ll COPd1Fg Secr tary kenny Leone, HCCOmp3DlSL f tt1 Thowo or L brarlan Norma Jean Lltten, Jack Jordan, Kenny Leone Jac falter 1115 nond John Leone, nenbers Floyd Brown, Benny Burglns, Wlllls D1os1, Gelald Grlne Jordan, Carl medley, Gary Rlnkes, Charles Cmlpanl z1, James Lewls, noor , uaxtln Purtlman, Kenny Jllllams, Gene arnold, Lugene Perry, Bradley, Edward Brokaw, Vernon Lelton, Larry Harrls, Larry L tten, Tracyzk, Charles Wllllams, Davld Fltzgcrald, Larry Hobllck Kenny Jack Lltten, Edd1e nlller CFORAL CLUB The Choral Club met on oeptauber 22, 195A und elect d offlcers who were Presldent narlene Blzzarl, Vlce Presldent Gary Hlnkes, Secre tary xarty Stalnakcr, lreasurer Gene Arnold, Reportlng secretary Marllyn Taylor, HCCOmp3HlSt Pattl Thompson, Llbrarlar lonna Jean Lltten, Jack Jord n lhe Choral Club lS under the d Ct1OH of nrs Jhltaker enlors Ruth Bethel, Marlene Blzzarl, Shlrley Caxpanlzrl, Betty Holloway, Pattl Petracca, oylvla Shaw, Fancy S1ncla1r, Patt1 Thompson, Frances wllllans Shlrley Yarnell, Floyd Brown, Benny B rglns, N1lllS Dlo 1 Jack Jordan, Carl medley, Gary Rlnl s Jun1ors Dor1s PlLZguT8ld, J3Ck1n Holloway, Jessle holloway, Phyllls Lltten, Pose n rle KUCC1, uargaret Ornouskl, Sylvla Splnks, lartha Stalnaker, Pat stanley, Maxtha Thrash, Heva Van Curen, Shlrlcy Van Lest, Ch rles Camnarlzzl, kenneth Wllllan L urel Hobllck, Norma Jean L1tt n, Carole nlnet, haynond Br dley, mdward Brokaw, Vernon lclton, , John Tracyzk, Charles Jll118mS J mes Lew1 , Jalt r Aoore, Sophomores Judy Hartley, uene Arnold, ugene Berry, L rry harrls, Larry Lltten Freshmen Helen Barto, narv husk, lagorle ulchelll, Pu ll1s Radle, narllyn Taylor, Davld Fltzgerald, Larry Hobllck, Kenny Leone, Jack Lltten, nddle 1111 GAY Dll Tlno CLUE A group of nlneteen senlors organlzed thls club 1n October Dressed 1D costumes of the Gay Nlnety perlod, they sang for the Comnanlty lnstlttte, ana Flgh School party 1n November Th y wlll also Slng at Totary Club nd Sprlng Concert, th Junlor and Senlor Brom, and the Allmrl Lanquet Jlm Cameron and Betty Hollow y acted as Presldent and Freasuler lembcrs Ruth Bethel, Marlene E1zzar1, Shlrley CamO8HlZZl, nary Cencul Betty Holloway, Patty Petracc , Sylvl Shaw, Nancy olnclalr, Pattl Thompson Shlrley Yarnell, Leo Bob r, floyd Brown, Benny Burglns, J1m Cameron, W1l11S D1os1, Jack Jordan, Carl ledl y, u ry wlnkes AO GI' ' 0 . . 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G CLUB ln September the new Off1CLFS, Pr sldent Shlrley Varnell, Secret ry Rutl Bethel, Treasurer COnD16 Cunard, took over tre 1 A G and began to plan for th year's 8Ct1V1tlGS Cn October 22, the club held an lfltl tlo oarty for flve new members The club members were now ger to work on thelr projects for the year The flPSt was the buylng new danc records for the school and adolr books to the bookshelf ln the llbrary On Aprll 15, Q Reunlon Senlor party was h ld The members ar M rlene BIZZHT1 Blanche Bober lly Brown Shlrley Campanizzl Caml1l3 Che tham Shella Cheatham Geraldlne Conter Dorls Cunard Helen Dunlap larle Dunlap Dorls Pltzgeralo Nancy roraker Judy Gardner Judy Hartley Laurel HObllCk B tty Holloway JaCkle Holloway Betty Humphrey lary Nell Husk Jessle Landon Norm Jean Lltten Carole hlH6t Rose 1 rle NUCC1 lancy rlper Sylvla Shaw Nancy blnclalr D1 nna SlUUCT Pat Stanley Sarah btelanl arllyn Taylor P t l Thompsor Dorothy W11l1amS H A C The rlushlng r P hapter, uture Homcmakers o unerlca, was a bett r world ln Wh1Ch to llve Thls year there are thlrty sever 8CtlVG melbers The two b 5 cvcnts of the year were the Inltlatlon and the mother D ughter Banquet The Off1CcPS are Preslc nt futh Bethel, c DT8S156Ft Betty Holloway o cret ry Betty Brown, Tre sur r N ncy alnclalr, Hlsforlan Dlanna Slng r, P3TllmvUt3Tl8U bhlrley Campanlzzl, Publlclty at Petr cca tary Cencul Th other members are H len Barto Camllla Cheatham Shell Ch tham Gereldlne Conter Helen Dunlap narle Dunlap Nancy boraker Judy oardner Judy Hartley Laurel Hobllck Jackle Holloway Jessl Holloway Betty Humphrey Barbara KOlS Jessle Lendon Nonna Lltten Phyllls Lltten Ellen Lynn lagorle Mlchelll hl nose l1Gm19C Rose arl NUCCI h y Coorlzzl Nancy Flper Pat stanley Sarah Stef nl Martha Thrash Reva Van Cur n bhlrley Van N st Dorothy Nllll8mS T 'Y u ha s . . . 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A 'L A " c L ITN CIUF The Latln Club 15 made up o the hlbh school puplls who have had at least one year oi L tnn They held ar electwon ln early October to elect offlcer bally Brown vas elec ed pre lde t, ollrley Yarnell, vlce presldent, Dorls Cunard, Secretary xreasurer 1 s Ar er 1 sponsor On may 5 l955,the Latln Club members clad ln to as and tunlcs and the teachers, enjoyed a Roman E nquet at the gymnaslum There was the 1n1t1at1or of one re 1anber, Judy Hartley Followlrg th banquet a program was put on oy dllferent renhexs The evenlnb concluded wlth dancln and everyone reported an eryoyable SVSHIU Other members are SBHIOPS Sarah otelanl, xarlene Blzzarl, Jlm Cameron, FFHUCIS D1Clemente, Dlanna olnver, nary Cencula, Connle Cunard, rrances J1ll1a s Sophomores .aurlce Ralston, La rel Hoblick, Jessle Lendon, Judy Hartley IH IY r The Llbrary Staff, under the exilclert supervlsion of nr Rltchey, consmsts of an able group of jUH1OTS and DBHIOTS The1r dutles lnclude checklng books, 1SSU1Hg magazlnes and papers, keepin? all materlal ln order, and gxvlng lnfonnatlon and asslstance in flndlnf llterary naterlal These dutles are perfonmed by Sally Brown, Carter Howell, Connle Cunard Gary Rlnkes, Mary Ellen Fllatl, Kenreth Wllllams, James Lew1s, Rlchard Lyle, and Wayne Plckenbottom OFUICE QT rF There arer't mary executlves who have nlne prlvate secretarles, but ur Bethel seems to be one of the more fortunate one He has a dlfferent secretary for e ch perlod of the day olus an addltlonal o e beiore school beglns 1n the mornlng They nerionn such dutles as handllng and SOTt1Df the mall, typewrltlng reports, answerlng the phone, T6C8lVlh5 callers fJl1ng nater al, and keep1rg records Thls glves the students valuable practlce for later llfe The secretarles are Doris medley, James Cmneron, Patrlcia Thompson, Marlene B1zzar1, Sara Brown, Shlrley Yarnell, Constance Cunard, bhlrley Campanlzzi, and Mary llen P1lat1 A2 . I1 1 J. .LA A f . . l. .W . . ' a I . ' ' 1 ' L ' ' s. C ' r l t s" n ' 'z' . ' ' ' ' -' . Tr . t 's O . n . ' Es 1 u or T u . ' ' ' ' r .11..". ' J . -'.' e T ' I " u I. n ' . . 9 . S 'f s' J -3- I O . . rr., . . . H . . A 'L A J . ,. . . . .pI J O '- .. 'u . Juniors: martha Stalnaker, Camilla Cheatham, Walter moore. o "jr ' p ' ' 0 L -A Q L . . 'E.-.Fm . h ,,. . A. . V . . . . Q . . . . D ' c , Q 1 9 i L A . ,, I 0 L LA AL'-1 L . . . . . " . s. - ' ' a E. A .. . H . . . . ,A . . h . , . I A ' D - I 1. F A a C . . ,. , I . . E . .0 Ra Y 135 If-9 Freshman Officers So homore Officers Junior Officers ? P i 93? 'K Senior Officers P. of P. Winners Junior Play Cast W.A. Delegates 0 --Q W, 6- K l f W, e , xr. Cheerleaders ng, 'tr -'Rx 1 A' n.. -IME ,. O 1 Varsity latin Initiatas 43 Q vs H 0,."Q'Wm 'gli 9959 44 90006 'N mil FLD, 3' 45 on 1 ,pov- 'K' ATZEYXXL f57fY!E5 H W L,..,,.x. Y' gb X , J... L7 4? I f t 2 .L 'x Fx' K l N X, X A131-. X- X, . 4:"11-.4 - H I -N II! if , ..1:,..' 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Larry Harris, Robert Holloway, Gary Manteau, Maurice Ralston, John Traczyk Freshmen John Cunard, David Fitzgerald, John Litten,Robert Taylor Managers Dick williams, Larry Litton, and James Grear September 18, 1954 The Orioles initiated the N540 six man football season by defeating the Centerville Hams 47 18 under the lights at Flushing The Orioles led 14 12 at the quarter and 28 19 at half time Carter Howell led Flushing with four touchdowns and an extra point Gary Rinkes and Benny Burgins had 12 and 9 points respectively with Eddie Cordnor making an extra point Bill Kantsis, Jack Haught, and Ken Phillips made the Rams touchdowns September 25 Flushing won its second game of the season by defeating Beallsvxlle jj ll at the Flushing bield The Orioles were never behind as Burgins led with 19 points He was helped by the rest of the team with Howell who scored twi e, with Rinkes and Purtiman an extra point each 'eallsville rallied late in the fourth ouarter w th Nhite making two touchdowns and Kinzy made the extra ooin s October 2 The Orioles made it three in a row by def a ing tle Bethesda Panthers 53-O at Flushing Howell crossed the Panthers goal 5 t.me for tota of 5 points while Jurgins crossed the line twi e ftr 1? ocint D orte by Brown with 7 points anl R nkes with 6 m we s Coicno Delaney, and Purtiman made the extra point lhree of the touchdowns were made on pass interceptions October 9 In a thriller Hopedale handed Flushing their first defeat of the season by a score of 36-31 48 l . . . . . . 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U Hopedale led 24 6 at half tlme The Orloles rallled 1n the second half to lead 31 30 w1th about a mnnute to play mlth abouf AC seconds left, Hawklns took a pass and scored the w1nn1ng touchdown Hawklns and Noble tallled txo TD's each wh11e Roger Santille and V1c Fol1o made one each howell 1 d the Orioles wlth 19 ponnts w1th Purtlman and R1nkes scorlng the other touchdowns October 15 Flushlng defeated Holloway 26-12 at the Hallroaders fleld g grBennv BuI81US led the Orloles w1th two TD's, one a k1Ck0ff return, and two extra polnts, whale Howell and Brown made the other touchdowns Webster made Holloway's f1TSt TD on a lateral from Adams Adams the other TD Octobez 22 Lafferty cl1nched the Oh1o slx man Southern D1v1s1on Championshlp by downlng Flushlng 21 14 at Lafferty Ronrxe C81OV1D1 made two TD's and three points after TD, wh11e Udall Clmlnl made the other TD Late ln the fouth quarter Rnnkes made a touchdown on a pass from Brown and BUTg1DS made the polnt after TD Brown made the other TD and extra polnt October 28 Franklln downeo Flushlng 33 32 1n a thriller at PlUSh1Hg Brown sparked tne OT1019S wlth hls runs and passes Brown and Rlnkes had two touchdown each, wlth the other TD belng made by Purtlman and Burglns havlng two po1nts after TD Keyser led Franklln wlth two TD's He was supported by Deaton w1th one TD and thre extra polnts, Sexton and Carter w1th one TD each and huffman w1th a polnt after touchdown November 5 Flushlng won the last game of the season by downlng Sclo 32 7 at th Solo Fleld The boys played a f1ne game wlth Burglns making 19 points whlle belng support d by Brown and Rlnkes with a touchdown each and Purtlman a polnt after TD Jake Clark scored late in the second quarter for Sc1o's only touch down Grlmes added polnt after TD 49 . . . . 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Q v s . . . . . - . , D V . -J 1 - . r 1 . . n Q Bfabl TBA LL SQUAD The basketball team, under the dlrectlon of Coach falter Bmhorek had a wond rful season wlnnlnp l and loslnp only After tiklrp the Coun'y and oectlonal crown, the tear lost to Baltlc 1U the ooenlng roun of tie D1 tr1ct ournmuent Cer er Howell, sernor, playec hls fourth year of varsltv hall was lei rrry taoraln of All eastern Ohlo teen ard was on th l Chlo f l Ho an excellent shot fron any angle, he made 905 pc nts and N111 b dl seo conslt ably next y ar Gary Hlnkes, SCH1Cl, eontrlbuted greatly to the team wltn hls one bend push shot He was a yooc oeferslve playex ano he won honorable mertlon on All eastern Chlo team Illlls D1Oa1, enfcr, was an excellent player ano lelped out o vuth hls one slde shot We won honorable mSH+lOH on Ill Lastern Cf1O team player He could be coun+ cd upon wh n neeeeo Floyd Brown, SGHlOT, was the seventh man and he was a greet asset when needed Charles Camparlzzl, Junlor, the play maker of the teal and helped out lot wlth hlo one hard shot He won oaxtltular honorable mentlon on All nastern Ohlo tear Je wmll hear a l t from hlm next year Albert D6PlStFO, gunlor, a terrlflc rebouncer ior hls slze, wlll be courted upon heavlly nect year Pe won honorable mentlon on All astern Onlc team nartln Purtlnar, JUWlOT, was oerter on the reserves and was hlgh scorel H has a deadly 3u.o shot and vlll be a blg asset to the VaFSlTy re + year Gene Arnold, sophomore, trarsfer from St Clalrsvllle, wa a starter or the reserves and lf he IMDFOVGS as he dld thls yelr ne wlll robebly great help to the varslty next year Kenny Lltten, only a sophomore, played a woncerful season of reserve Yell Ha was probably one of the most 1mpPOVGO players arc wall b fl lrt for a varslty posltlor next y ar Larry Harrls, sorhonore, played as a reeular on the resexvee and we should see a lot of verslty actlon nent year Harold Fletcher, a freshman, played h1s flrst year as a re ular on tat reserv s and COHtIlbutGQ a great deal to the tean and we hone he w1ll be back for th 66 more years SO ., . , l xg: L . 1 o I TIY 4' A Q' 4 ' 1 L 7 . . 6 I , . 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' I ' r . - ' M . , , h ,, Q -A fi Q, November 30 Flushing Iew Pthens 69 47 Flushing started the 1954 55 basketball season with a 69 47 win over Franklin at Franklin Howell led the Oriol s with 44 points Brown was second with 7 Harry Deaton led Franklin wi h 25 points Flushing reserv s won 43 22 Qcore by quart rs flushing 14 14 16 25 69 Franklin 6 13 13 15 47 December A Flushing Old Ma b1HgtOH 53 48 Old Lashington handed Flushing their first defeat of the season with a 53 48 win at winners floor Gary Rinkes had 15 points for game honors Diosi, Campanizzi, and DeP1etro had 9 points each Vance and Carpenter led Old Washington with 12 and 11 respectively Flushing reserves won 44 25 Old Washington 14 13 11 15 3 December 7 Flushing Centerville 79 57 Flushing beat Centerville 79 57 for the second win out of three starts at Flushing Floor Howell led the Orioles with 25 points with Diositalqdng 15 and Campanizzi, 14 Phillips and Bartolo lee Centerville with 21 and 20 respectively Reserve won 3? 19 Score by quarters Flushing 2 14 21 2 Centerville 14 14 17 12 December 10 Flushing Bethesda 91 66 The Orioles rolled to their third win in four starts with a 91 66 win over Bethesda at Flushing Howell led the winners with 33 points while D1os1 added 21 and Campanizzi 12 Phillips and Wharton led the Panthers with 21 and 17 points respect1ve1y Reserves won 58 38 Score by quarters Flushing 15 21 25 30 91 Bethesda 13 15 12 26 66 December 14 Flushing Freeport 78 61 Flushing upended Freeport 78-61 at the Red Ra1der's floor for the fourth win in five starts. Howell led Orioles with 37 points while being backed by Diosi and Campanizzi with 16 points each. Freeport's Gary Wallace had 16 markers while Don Toland and Dale hallernee had 14 and 13 points respectively. Reserves won 32-24. Score by quarters: Flushing 13 19 24 22 - 78 Freeport 20 10 15 16 - 61 51 . - , S . - Score by quarters: Flushing 14 16 9 9 - 48 ' - 5 : ' 2 2 - 79 ' - 57 December 17 F1ush1ng Belmont 112 81 Flushing romped to a 112 81 victory over Belmont on the home boards for the flfth w1n ln six starts Howell led Orloles w1th 44 polnts whale Campanlzzi followed w1th 19 points and Diosi and DeP'etro wxth 14 9010 s each McKeen and Coffleld led Belmont with 28 and 18 IOlDt re leoil ely Flushlng reserves lost the1r first game 1n two years to Belmont 44 45 Score by quarters Flushing 24 32 30 26 Belmont 13 19 20 December 21 Flushlng Tewett 75 68 r1ush1ng defeated Jewett 75-68 at Jewett for a flfth s+ra1lnt wln and S1Xtf against a lone setback Howell led Orioles wlth 39 p n+s W1tH D osi sparked Jewett with 24 and 23 polnts respectlvely Reserves won 29 19 Score b, quarters Flushlng 22 17 18 Jewett 18 12 19 1 68 January 5 Flushlng Lafferty 92 51 The Or oles defeated Lafferty 92 51 on the home planks for thelr sixth straight w1n and :even in e1ght starts Howell led Flushlng w1th 39 polnts and was su ported by DlOSl and Campan1zz1 with 18 and 14 resoectively Flush1ng reserves won 58 30 Score by quarters Flushlng 20 28 21 23 92 Laflerty 12 14 ll 14 51 January 8 Flushing Holloway 69 63 In a nlp and tuck game, Flushlng defeated Holloway 69 63 at the Ra1lroaders' floor Howell led the Orloles w1th 47 polnts and was su,ported by D1os1 w1th 15 points The Rallroaders were led by Leroy Beal and Sterns with 22 and 15 pOlntS respect1vely Flushing reserves won 42 35 Score b, quarters Flushing 18 13 15 23 69 Holloway 18 14 14 17 63 Januar' 11 Flush1ng Nev Athens 118 52 Led by Carter Howell, with 74 polnts Flushlng defeated New Athens 118 52 on the home floor. Howell was supported by DeP1etro and Dlosi with 18 and 11 points respectively. Knight and Warner led New Athens with 17 and 16 points respectively. New Athens reserves won 44-42. Score by quarters: Flushing 24 22 37 35 - 118 Franklin 14 14 12 12 - 52 52 : . - 112 , 29 - 81 and DePietro adding 17 and ll respectively. Gene Smith and John Coretth Yr : ' 9 - Jgnugry 14 Flushing Mt Pledslht 64-53 Flushing defeated Mt Pleasant 64-53 at the Mounties' floor for the nlnth straight win and tenth out of eleven starts Howell led the Orioles with 31 points and was supported by Rinkes w1th 12 points Norman Sommers and Danny Sheehan led the Mounties with 20 and 19 PO1DtS respectively The reserves game went to Mt Pleasant 46-36 Score by quarters Flushing 5 2 Mt Pleasant 15 6 15 17 53 January 15 Flushing Yorkvllle 87 69 led by Carter Howell with 45 points, Flushlng defeated Yorkville 87 69 on the home boards Rankes supported Howell with 18 polnts Josefczyk and Kos1sk1 led Yorkvllle wlth 35 and 22 points respectively Flushlng reserves won 58 40 Score by quarters Flushlng 21 21 24 21 87 Yorkville 14 16 20 19 69 Janm rg 21 Flushlng Lafferty 88 47 Flushing dropped Lafferty 8? 47 at the host's floor for 11 stralght wins and 12 out of 13 starts Howell led the Orioles w1th 36 po1nts and was supported by Diosi and DePietro wlth 13 polnts each and Cam an1zz1 wlth 12 Bob Cl1OV1hl led Lafferty with 13 points Flushlng reserves won 45-40 Score by quarters Flushlng 17 20 24 27 88 Lafferty L 16 10 17 47 January 25 Flushing Bethesda 83-73 The Orioles led by Howell, defeated Bethesda 83 73 at the host'a gym Howell made 49 polnts and was supported by Dlosi wlth ll points Top for Bethesda were Snyder and Ph11lips with 23 points each Bethesda reserves won 32 31 Score by quarters Flushmng 17 26 20 20 83 Bethesda 15 15 17 26 73 January 28 Flushing Holloway 84-63 Led by Howell with 36 points, Flushing Orioles defeated Holloway 84 63 on the home boards Howell was supported by DePietro wlth 19 and Rinkea with 13 Beil and Helter led Holloway with 24 and 15 points respec tively Holloway reserves won 38 36 Score by quarters Flushing 17 24 23 30 84 Holloway 14 9 18 22 63 5 : , 8 2 2 9 - 64 3 February 2 Flushlng Belmont 94 58 Flushlng Orloles were red hot as they triumphed over Belmont 94 58 at Belmont Howell led the Orioles with 58 polnts wh1le DeP1etro and Diosi followed w1th 11 and 10 polnts respectlvely Hlgh for Belmont was Jim Loy with 16 polnts Flushlng reserve won 66-47 Score by quarters Flushlng 32 23 27 12 94 Belmont 18 12 14 14 58 February 5 Flushlng Centerville 95 70 Beh1nd 42 39 at half tlme, Flushlng Orioles rallled and defeated the Rams 95 70 at the Rams floor All Flushlng starters scored ln double flgures Howell led Wltk 47 points, Campanlzzl had 17 polnts, Rlnkes 11, and D1os1 and De? etlo had 10 each For the Rams Bartolo had 19 polnts whlle Phllllps s ored 15, Delaney 14, and Kantls 11 Flush ng reserves won 50 39 Centervllle 20 22 16 12 70 February 8 Flushlng Hopedale 95 77 In a thrilling game, Flushlng defeated Hopedale 95 77 at Flushing Howell led the 0r1o1es w1th 55 polnts Diosl was second w1th 16 points Santitle and T1pton led Hopedale w1th 23 and 22 points respectively Hopedale reserves won 59 52 Score by quarters Flushlng 22 18 25 30 95 Hopedale 19 17 23 18 77 February 12 Flushlng Jewett ao 51 F1HSh1Dg defeated Jewett ao 51 on the home floor for their 17th straight w1n and 18th ln 19 starts Howell led the Orloles w1th 32 polnts, he was supported by Rlnkes w1th 14 points, DePietro with 12, and D1OSi w1th 11 Coutts and Cerett led Jewett with 21 and 13 points respectively Flushlng reserves won 51 37 Score by quarters Flushlng 12 13 25 29 80 Jewett COUNTY TOURNAMENT February 21+ Flushmg Bethesda 97 65 Flushlng cllnched a spot 1n the Oh1o UBU sectlonal by defeating Bethesda 97-65 in the semi-finals at St. Clairsvilleb gym. Howell andMDePietpo led Flushlng with 33 and 24 points respectively. John Wharton and Harlan Snyder led Bethesda with 17 and 15 points respectively. Score bg quarters: Flushing 26 23 24 24 - 97 Bethesda 16 11 19 29 - 65 54 Score by quarters: Flushing 16 23 33 23 - 95 8 6 12 25 - 51 February 26 Flushing Holloway 75-52 Flushlng captured the champ1onship of the Belmont County Clase B tourney by defeating Holloway 75 52 at St Cl8lTSV1119 gym Howell and A1 DePietro led the Orioles with 36 and 12 po1nts respectively Hlgh for Holloway was Al Helter with 24 points Score by quarters Flushlng 14 18 18 5 75 Ho oway 12 8 13 9 5 Perch 4 Flushing Cadlz eo 58 In a nip and tuck game F1ush1ng Orioles defeated Cadlz eo 58 for birth 1n the Dlstrlct Class B tourney held at Dofer Howell led Flushlng wlth 31 polnts He was followed by D1OSl nd CaWpaH1ZZ1 w1th 1C polnts eacr Slmpson and Carbon led Cadls wlth 25 and 5 pC1UtS respectlvely by quarters Flushlng 12 19 15 14 eo Cadiz 14 8 larch 9 Flushing Baltlc 68 71 Flushlng lost a heart breaker to Ba1t1c 71 68 1n the opening of the D1str1ct 'less n Basketball Tournament Howell led the Or1oles wlth 32 polnts He was followed by Campan1zz1 and D Pletro with ll and 8 points Score by quarters Flushlng 10 18 12 19 68 Baltlc 12 8 2 BELMONT co TOURNAx.EbT FEBRUARY 16, 17, 21, 26 mlUShlHg Flush1n 7 B19 Lafferiy 52 ushlnzlli dethesda 53 Holloway- X 1HSh U9 1 wa QenLery11le.71,f Qlmgnt -2 PQ!hQLBDl...56 BslmQnL..2Q 55 : ' 2 - 11 1 - 2 - - . . - 8 Score g ' - 13 1 13 - 58 revpectively. Baltic was led by Jacobs with 22 points. , : . I D 1 ' 20 l 1 - 71 ! F-n-Q- ,yuh -.-.,- 11-Q1 .NX . X xx X ,..-,,r- -,- 33,9 ' - B -M w 2 Be t N982 YQIKYlllQ Hnlloway Adena1 Jeuett Flushlng Conotton Valley Cadiz CLASS HBH S CIIONAL uASPETbAII TOUHNAI NT Brllllant OhlO March 1 9, and A 1955 S F1ush1ng1 68 531116 1Qrky111 Qtr Shu Sqmmmrs Junlvr High Freshmen IUDIOFS S9H1QIS g 111 S Yorkvllle 75 f11AQBBB Blushing bo C8d1Q-Q 58 31 Yorkvllle E1ush1ng1 mAST'RN OH1C CLASS HBH DISTRICT DAQKLTBALL TOJRDALLNL emorlal Hall, Dover, mhlo larch 9, 10 and 11, 1955 1BalL1a1 .YQ Strasbugg 8? 4-"I nirasburg CLASS 1OURNAhEbT Spphgmores 31 Preehmen Senlors 56 qophomores 12 Xx5QnlQrs1 13 E ' ' 1 1 11 113 V l .L 9 I +I' 1 " 9 f 1 1' 111111 721xX 11 .11 111.111 711 1' 1Xee-1 1111111111Q5N 111'e ' 111 -Xxx 1 in V, ' 1 11 11?l11-ke' . 111111 1111 11 1140114-""' 11 1111111 111.,11157QxXs ALiL,1 111 ' 111 11116911111 efe' 'e "" 1 L '- A 7 - Y' I 1' " F1 I1 ' e 1 ' 131 , A. 1 11,11xXx XX . xx -Q-1 7 h u ,f f fl 1 XX --. - 1 11 1 4' XX X 1 X? I ' ' 'e111Y1 1' X , ,X iff! 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DEDLQLS Hpril 8 OOTBALL rloyd Brown Benny Eurglrs Cart r Howell Bddle Cordner branols DiClemente John Delaney rtlr Purtlman Fred Foraker UllllS D1os1 Leo Bober Larry Harrls gary Rlnk s llbert DeP1ctro Managers Charles v1ll1ams James Grear L rry Lltten Carter Howell Cb yr I l95h BASEIUIL CU UCL Flushlng Flushlng blushlng Flushlng blUSh1Hf rl shlng b1uShlDg flushlrg PlUShlFg rldshlng in Belt Buckle Belt Buckle Belt Buckle kootball football Football Football Letter Letter Letter to P Letter L tter g L t+er ugr L tt r ngr Letter BASKBTBALL A AR t Bleasant 20 math wp B l.ort Frceoo t Powh tel Laf erty Acen Adema Brllllant Rose Crars Elo BALL IDJ l95L 5mnoOL Belt Buckle Letter A yr .Award A yr ward Wqtmmk A yr fxward Raymond UFHOUSK1 Charles Ca 3hlZZl Gary Dale John Fltz r le Floyd Bro n Joe DlCl8W8FtL Sllver Baseb ll Letter Letter ollver Baseball Gr d, Hugr s Kenneth Lltten Larry HHTT1S Ol1VHT aorkleyrku DS 195A 1955 Varslty Lroohy Charles Canpanlzzl C2 yr 111115 D1os1 Gary HIDKGS ngr Basketball yr y J Janes Lewls C2 yr Aw rd new Letters Cv rs1tyD Floyd Brown CLet+er1 Benny Burglns CLetterl Albert DeP1etro CL tterl kenneth Wlll1.mS Cl yr D g Reserve Trophy C2 yr kenneth Lltten S1lv r Ball Sllver Ball ollver Ball 1 yr ward Reserve Trophy C3 yr J Martin Purtlm n Reserve Letters Cl yr J Larry Harr1s Harold rletcher Gene Arnold Ch rles N1lllamS Cheerl ders Sllver Legaphone 2 yr, Sally Brovn Dorls rltzber ld Letter Cheerle der Letter l yr 57 larlene Jackson L rg ret Ornouski ,, , , ,,, A A sJ .AJ.4 .J 1 ' -1. l H Q - 'li 9 ' 1' 3 . l2-2 13 C ' - e n . lh-G M15 ' f 4 I r 8-2 21 ' ' f T' alzx 5-O 3 29 ' u ' i' 3-U 30 1 ' ", a 6-9 hay S ' 'A " 2-l l2 ' '. 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" A q AL- C- 1 5 1954 BQSBJALL CLLB First Row Gary Dale, Larry Parris, John Iitzgerald, Charles Campanizzi, Joe Di Clemente, daymond Ornouski, Crady Hughes becond How Coach dahorek, hartin Purtiman, Gary Rinkes, Albert De Pietro, Charles Curtis, Floyd Brown, Manager Cliver workley Third Row xanager Carl nickleberry, Vernon Felton, naurire Ralston, kenny Litten, Dick Villiams CHAlPS Charles Campanizzi, Floyd brown, Coach Bahorek Second Row Larry Harris, Kenny Litten, Gene Arnold, Harold Fletcher Martin Purtiman, Larry Kirkpatrick lhird Row hanager Jim Lewis, Iaurice Ralston, Don Lyle, John Fr czyk, Larry Litton, Bob Taylor, Bdward drokaw Dick Williams, nanager Kenneth Williams FOOTBALL CLUB First Row Fred Foraker, Edward Cordner, Benny Burgins Floyd Brown, Martin Purtiman, Gary Rinkes Second Row. Manager Larry Litten, John Traczyk, Larry Harris, Francis Di Clemente, Leo Bober, Millis Diosi, John Delaney, manager Dick Williams. Third Row: Bob Holloway, Glen banteau, Maurice Raltston, John Cunard Gary banteau, Bob Taylor, Jack Litten, Coach Bahorek. 58 . . .. J . , . . N. . i First Row: Willis Diosi, Gary Rinkes, Carter Howell, Albert DePietro, : . . , ' ' : f ' ' 'u ' . a . , , F . . . I : ' , 4 ' ' , 'Hy 5 Shi' I 'W-0 ,U SW ffm 'E'L"" .fam 49.523 I I 10 f 4 i x H if 4-dlp Third ueneratlon Attendlno F d S Second Generatlon Attendlng F H S if! I Q Our buper1ntenaent and H18 Uff1C6 Force Q01 if C? Cur Librarian and His Assistgnts Sweetheart King and Queen GO E W nb my , , Q' :F I , . l ug., , 3 gy 'AJ A Y X .,-- , . A ,A .T ... W4 .. . -I-, ,,. X -4- - -35- xlsi V' Y ' ' eg' . .K , V L Y' v I ' S 4 .. V W .43 WZMH 'I il ,. - 1 I - A4 I. A ' . in v o 0 . ' ' 0 0 o v, X Q ,l 0 - m -Q , fl , ff, Q G B, 15 f xn "' W . ' , BTL, V A " ' 1 1 - a 0 1 f if IIII M5 N 5'-H 5 if- ' . 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If-Z' - ---' ,:,:,:.g.'.'.'.,.., " ' ' .,,.,... -- " .. -- ' SOCIETY The l95L 1955 soclal year started ofl flth 1n1t1at1on part1es to 1n1t1 te the new members lnto the dlfferent OFE3HlZ tlons ouch soclal functlons are ll held 1D the school gym Thls year the aif lrs h ve b en well tt nded nd qulte succ ssful F H A PARTY Or Cctober l, lO5L, the F H A Club, under the d1TGCClOD of urs huth H1FFlS, held 1ts annual candle llght lHlt18t1OU servlce lor he new members Tre older mb rs pr sentec a program of songs nd sklt nl s Pdttl Thompson present Q a few mlnutes of mUS1C on th plano ter xhnch, the refr shnerts were serv d fhe mo t enjoyable oart of th evenlng was the r cord CWHCIH G P On October 31 l9bM, the T x G club, dlrected bv lrs Puth Kerr, 1n1t1ated the1r new members Thev enjoyed refreshments, record danclng, and games PLzY CAST n ETING The Junlor Play cast was lnvlted to Rose 1ar1e NUCCI' home on lrlday, lf a pleasant convers t1on whlle Rose METIL served hot chocolate and cookles HALLOWEEN CAKE WALK lfter the Halloween Parade, on October 31, l95b, the usual array of funny f ces appeared 1U th gym for the cake walk The eueen, 1ss Connle Cunard, w s escorted by Jdnes Cameron, presldent of the serlor class bhe was crowned by last year's queen, nary allen Love 1 Je n's attendants and tnelr eSCOItS w re ry Nell Husk, nd Robert Taylor, fresh1en, Betty Prown nd G ne Arnold, sophomores, Martha Stalnaker and Malt r loore, JHH10PS Everyone enjoyed the cake walk, eats and the flsh pond LATHX P-JLLY On November 12, 195b, the Latln Club held 1ts 1n1t1 tlon party for 1ts new members Jessle Lendon, Laarel Hobllck Gene rnold, naurlce Ralston, and Walter moore became new members After the c remony of lUlt18t1On, th y pl yed games and danced to record HUS1C PL1Y CLQT Phl'Y Ln kovemeer 19, l95A, the JUYIOT class held 1ts nn 1 lay After the pl y, h cl ss w s entertalred at the homo of Dor1sCunard where danclng and other for1s of erterta1n.ent were engoy d by ll at a late hour d l1C1OuS refresnaents were serv Q 62 , , ,. Y . . . . . . wi 1 C L' . Q - Q a H 3 ' ' ' as ' 8' ' ' C' A - a , ' ,X A . -I C f at L4 3 'X a Q . C o . . . V . .J 1 J . Q e I . . . I . . . . . A I, 4 I C C. 1' U 1 x. ' mi C C 1. J 3' S 0 'I S f A 1- fx ' ' ' as ' f. 9' - -' ' 1 LI. A 1, , e.J. - Y . r , ,A . ' . 6 I A C 9 S A 9 3 , , . e,. C 5, 'TW L .:k. . e f, . - - , ,A , , I . . u. 'X D A1 . . . I, - A . '1 '57 . 1 n ' 1.1 . . . ,xl . . F 9 . . . Q 1 . I . . October 29, 195L, for a brlel practlce. Before practlce, the group engaged 4 C- c. C. - J 4 . Q I 'X I : . c. . , , I . . Ei c 5 9 ', J iz G " . " . . . 1 4 ' W 3 C me 4 Ile gg' "x, , 1 . - 3 ' 3 5 A8 E. 1 ,' . .Q 'H ' ' X A V r r 1 ' 2. G 1 - ' f ' LJ X K if 'A ' C A 0 ,., 'Q , 'ra 1. . . . . . . . 9 e. . 'J ' 1 A ' 1 .a ' K ' -- O l IL ' , v. . , ' . A - e . . . . , 9 8. J L C., 'A . C . y .t LL l , XQF I I u ' Q -- 1 :I -LLL e . ., 4, ,J ,I ,I ' . . ' . . c.. u 'U Q c., 1 Y v .L J. '11 S U. , A . . Q n A . 5, '- - ' 3 Lg SLICCI P RTY On November 23, 1954, the hlgh school had one of a serles of oartles that are to be held th1s year A wonderful program, cons1st1ng of sklts songs, and number by the Gay N1nety's Club, was engoyed The program was followed by d8DClDf Il refreshment commlttee served sandwlches and POP CHfRAL CLUB PARTY A Uget acqua1ntednoarty for 1ts new members, was held on January 29, 1055 by the Cnoral Club Everyone engoyed the record dancing Refreshments conslsted of dellclous sandwlches, potato ch1ps and soda pop RECORD DANCE On February 5, the Senlors held a record dance oarty S1nce lt was Valentlne season, lic sober and Shlrley Yarnell were crowned Sweetheart Llng and Queen lfter the crownlng ceremony, Fred Grewe and Jlm Smlth from WELL R8d1O Station, started off the dance w1th a grand march F H A BANQUET The F H A club members held thelr annual Mother Daughter Banq et 1n the P6th0d1St Church on Arrll 2 S1nce it was the last year of club servlce for the SSDIOT glrls, the club presented them w1th a glft Ruth presldent, Pat Stanley, gave a monologue after she lntroduced the guest speaker of the evening, Dr Anna Watson, whose subject was nEgypt U CHLRAL CLCU PA TY On A,ril ll, Mrs Whltaker, d1rector of vocal muslc, 1nv1ted all her students to her hom for a part, treasure hunt, conslsting of 53 99 all in pennles, started things rolllng After a dellghtful wiener roast and danc1ng 1n the barn, everyone went on a Jolly hay r1de T A G PARTY On WQPl1 15, the T A G Club, under the d1I9Ct1OB of Mrs Ruth Kerr, held 1ts farewell party for the senior glrls G1fts were presented to Mrs Kerr and th glrls everyone belng in the mood for fun, engoyed the refreshments and record danclng SENIOR PLAY PARTY A party was held for the SSHIOT Class at the home of sally Broun on A r1l 22, after the Seni r Plav Refreshements were served and danclng was engoyed LJLORD DANCE On April 30, 1955, ln the school gym, Fred Grewe and Jim Smith assisted the seniors in a record dance When the even1ng was half over, Fred and J1m put on a few sklts, veryone had a dellghttul t1mB 63 . ,E A . , . . . , s ' ' . 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I -. i - - v F I L1 blSS Dorls Medley recelved honorable mentlon 15 the Stete Scholar shlp tts+ 1U the Ohio L DlCtFlCt M155 balah St6fTHl FGC91V9d the h1 hest grwde tn tne Betty Crocker test tver 1U the NUtFltLOU class M155 otGfqUl F6C9lVCO pln and 1 cook book She enteroe tlo stete contf t The Ar1oles vmn the Uelmont County Cless 5 Basketoall L ofue OFS7'l1'W for 1351, S5 0 Fe ruery '96, twty tfe oA n Founty ttass 4 Tournonent. DhFlWV the v e' endlhv Merch , the re e Cc vmzners vlth XOFkV1l76, IH the S9CtlOHq1 Tournamen+ t WF11ll8Ft The followl g week tne1 vere at the D1StF1't Tournxnent xt Dofer vher hev wel de1eoteo ov 711 c BQSI TRAIL SAUAD Certer Hofe1l All County team, All Tournalent temn 111ta1n of E stern Ohio te 1l11e D1os1 Honorwble mertlon for ill eastern twt t an A7bert DeP1etro Honotable W8HtlOn for All 1 stern 9510 t H rles o mparlvv' 111 Aournlrent te W and n1rt1c1'er holor an e ment of for A17 I1sterr On1J teen Cn xercl 2f, the flstnlct b1nd are ctoral contest was held Wn We brlo e fe d recenxed e retlnf ot The Flusdln H1 h ochwol oaseb11l team defeateo Hollowe whlch made tnen Co Ch.FWlO1S wlth dwhetnn of tie Belmont Countg C'Wss B Tourn' ent T lo mefc them ellg ble to connete 1F t e wectwonel Tour enezt xele ln h ltlls Aexry oodsfleld de ewted tnem 1D the flrst rouwd of the Tournwment 5 to L 66 TAS HI+LLun 5 P . ,. . . . j A , C- A "' .X 3 . V. , . . UA u 5 u . H. , 4 . . .n i . 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Teachers' meetlng held no school Cheerle ders were elected chosen were S lly Brown, Dorls lltzgerald, Marg ret Ornouskl, and Marlene Jackson The class electlons were held today Flrst football game of the s ason won w1th the score of L7 18 Junlors ordered thelr class F1185 Played Beallsvllle and won 33 lb OCTOBCR 1 held thelr party 1n thc gym Played Pethesd and won 53 O Pl yed Pxoedale and was defeated 36 31 Junlor try outs for he Junlor Play held today Pl yed Holloway and w s vlctorlous Score 26 12 Qenlor Record Dance held 1U the gym Played Lafferty today, w s de eat d 2l lu hlght School everyone lS on h1s best beh vlor Cun rd Junlor xartha n ye at lnaker, oophonore Betty Brown, nd br shaun, n ry Husk The Halloween Par de and Cakewalk Lhe Queen, Connle Cunard, was crowned by A ry llen Wl1SOnlQVS NCVm1EHR Plctures were tak n La t football pane of the ye r, played uClO nd was vlctorlous Score 32 7 PTIUCG of P ace contests begln Speakers are and Pat Petracca, Connle Cunard, R ncy b1DCl 1r, Pattl Thompson, and Doris ledl y Phe wlnrer was Dorls medley Phe alternate s P t tracca 68 lO. ' ' -- . 13 Q 3 fl " E1 . 'K I u ' Q a ' Y' . l6. ' . ll: . - e . Tulle I "' 0 25. ' ' ' . 26. ' - . 'T l. FIUQA.. ' " W ' 1 . 2. , a ' - . 9. a J - . l3. ' - t ' . l6. a . ' a ' ' . I - . IJ I . 1 22. ' a f e - . 26' Y. u- . . 6 . . 27. Candidates for Halloween Queen were chosen. They are, Senior--Connie a 3 ' Q-rf a L a - P V 1 -- a ' e ' J fa . . 30. a '. H ' ' - 'a L 7' Q . as J 5, ' e . s ,a a ' ' a ' ' , 7. ' e 1 ' : ' : at C. n. A., .J G . V ,a . G. . A 4 e . ' ' . ' V1 . ' wa ra fe '. 4 Ph owmun1ty 1n5L1tat5 w1s hula 1M h gym 11,1 1, no schoo nTMl5t1C L tln Club qrty Sk UTLJ' ws T JITUSV1 1 dSFl rl J 101511 lf 1 u 1 V1 tory O 15 1 H uunnnr 1 55 J 1fS 1n L v0 1 lOl! fl m bam h1nk5 1x1r n, r 5 f 1 f H r t h V1 Aw 5OHlE 1 w h TN 51c0 5 tk 5 5 son M 172 T1 11rL to I 1111rL, hloyc Brown w n to r1u Lo 1 L f tc 1 F1115 rQr f H ni P r 11 1U L r IKHI to Votury 515 U15 m 1 lq 1n hc Jdfluf r J d C1 55 TlDgS evbrycn 15 Y51t d F1 1 bbw tt rc w 5 V1C+CTlOdS lSH 55Gd 101 CVT1S 5 vuc tl n Qt 11:11 1 n w Lqr 15 1D Hr v rfone 15 b c lf scnof lOS+ of t cw Cr 1 r1nE th51r nbw C10 5 Lb t an 51 Ls, no doubt, brought YN W E1sk5+b 11 eamb F 10 1D + 5 r1u5h1na Q11 1 vpn L f ertw Mxfms Qvvryonc 1S studv1ng van to ut P1 Qant Gnu w25 VlCtOTlOhS lgveu host to YOTkVll16 no wus V1CtOTlOUS DTlMLTS' TT,lDlUH Class got th 1r llCCHSvS cveryone w.tch n15 -wn bump5r. 69 10. .Q C 1.' ' ' 5" 1 11 f L 1 " t e J . 11. WFU'5 war '1-- ' ' 5 Day. 12. Q ' ', PM 1. 15. kd .eLbz11 A f'Le: Q, F1 4l'u. F1' .'ng .,gy:Q Qc i51'e'L and claim ' ,hy '2 1 V f 1--1. 13. mhq " 11 Ula 5 half 'V play 4 the 5'hf 1 gym. 2p. Lib. garny h-1d in the fy.. EL. Schzul J'5.1 'Hd lsr T r' g4f'1g Vic L10 to F f"f o5,, H n ay, K3v,:bfr 22. BQ. fi 5 a5kqt5t11 ffxe L 'Mht at Tc hi uns. 'Q H11 .Lek our 111m L gr: 1 PM ,esp 11 S13 . D5n11ELH 5. Thw Prince of P5502 contusts for the county was held. Marlene. P4, Q" ne1 1 I, 6' 5 ' y' 5 t ,Y E "xepcrt, 1 rls -gclsy w'n. he ':1Q '2 ry. 11. La 1 'Q ty he 1 ' hc gym. 15. Cha Q1 Club vw 1 1. ' . 16. Ch.f5t1zC profra H: C ' t A gym. 17. '.'5 S :Q i'ef L ' 5 , ' 2 Q ' 3,5' a , 15. 5e.'pr C1555 Ia ty. 22. P1ay5d JgwQLt Lt 7 '-'1 'Q 31' if ' . '.' . 23. D' ri 5, 6 ' H ' tga 1,1 'O . T1Y'1WY 3. Th' Q yfg ' ' 151 e 3 5 ' I k '. I 51. 11 . , h-1 7 e 421 ' 5 1' 1 the 112 S ta n 5' ' QU tLem. 5. ' f, L L 5 .Q ' ' 1hQ ' ' Z s,m. nb j avi' Q f y. lh. F Q -1 5 Q ' d' . 11. fi t W . can 1 ' - ' ' ' . 15. P 5U" ' Q ' -5 ' 1 ' . T7 .FN 1 9. . 1 8. . 3 v T ..a A HI takesn w re t kcn of th school p1CtUT s Flushlng traveltd to L ffertg and was vlctorlous Had n assembly 1n thc gym It was the South Land Slngers Sen1or t sts wcr glvcn today Choral Club held the1r party ln the school gym FEBRUARY Senldrs held their Val ntlne Record D nce The Klng and Queen were crowned -Shlrl y Yarncll and Leo Bober School was closed today because of the bad we th r 1'n sure no one grleved Flushlrg drcw th Bye today for the Belmont County Tournam nt tary tencul , Pattl Thompson, Shlrlcy Yarnell, nary Ellen P1lat1, Janes Lewls, Jam s Cameron, Patr1c1a Pctracca, nt Ruth Bethel were candldates for the Nlnth Annual World Rff31FS lnstltute trlp to C1nc1nnat1 sponsored by the Rotary We found out today th t we w1l1 play Bethesda 1F the Cl ss B County Tournament at bt Clalrsvlll ho school today, George Wash1ngton's Blrthday Played Bethesda n the ul ss B County Tournament Basketball Tournament t St Clalrsvllle Norld Day of Prayer held ln the Gym ohlrley Yarnell and Pat Petracca were selected by the Rotary Club to attend the Nlnth Annual Jorld Aff31FS lnstltut trip to C1nc1nnat1 MARCH Pre school Cl1n1c Jr H1gh played a ball game 1U the gym Th two g1TlS leav for lnternatlonal World Affalrs Instltute 1n C1HC1Dh8t1 Sectlonal lounnmm nt at Br1ll1ant Beat Cadlz in thrlller 60 58 Jr Hlgh traveled to B100mSflu1d C1v1l Alr Defense plcture shown in the gym 70 ie ' e a J e ' e . . A a ' 1 . . , a ' 1 1. . ' . . Q 1 I J . . . 6 . A A a u .1 y , t ' J 1 . ' . - 1 a e . . ' . 1 e - ' e . L' 'W an L a e D -V' u f . ' - e ' ' - El guest speakers at Rotary today. This was to narrow them down to two a ' '. a . ' . . 8. , , . . O i T a . B a . ' ' . . B . O ' A . A 3 . l . . e . . . S . G . A . . . I . 1 C :J I ' 9 . Q. . "' a . 'f 'e . I--1 YO Pictures were taken of the dlfferent act1v1ty clubs 1D high school, band and orchestra A group of high school students attended the HKloss Innu dance party on KTRF television Band went to Cambrldg for Band Contest They recelved a 02W rating The thletlc Banquet was held 1n the basement of the Cathollc church Dusty 11ller was the gu st sp aker APRIL Aprll Fool's Day everyone is trylng to catch each oth r by a practlcal Joke or two The F H A Banquet was held 1n the gym CD YO M YO IU T0 F--' l-J I-' I0 F0 F' U1 J-N ku I0 x0 CD xl Lu N x0 X71 MJ XO CD Ox ND F-' I O I I Q I U O I l I O 0 I 1 C I I ' . IJ 'J CD . . fn 0 . 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' ' 5 - No school today Easter vacatlon School will resune next Tuesday Seniors held a bake sal today Chemlstry class went on tour to Bellalre Mr Hays pave an lnterestlng talk today on hls tour of the Luropean countrl s T A G party held 1n the school gym oenlor play 'ihe Seventeenth Summer U Junlors held bak sal at Ford garage today Choral Club went to Rotary today Baseball Tournament -d f ated Holloway Choral Club and Band Concert was held 1n the school gymnaslum AY Flushlng baseball team trav led to Martins Ferry to play Woodsfield in tournament Lost game The Junlors had a spaghettl supr r at St Paul's Hall Baseball game lost to Barn svllle w1th score of 8 Latln Club held thelr HRoman Banquetn 1n the gym enjoyed by all Class plctures were taken today w1th score of 7 3 A nice t1m was W1n from Lafferty 71 F Last st ncll cut for annual ln the mornlng In the afternoon the annual pag s w r assembled und tak n to Cadlz for blndlng Game wlth Rarnebvlll Band Banquet wlll be h ld ln the school gym D3DC1Dg and refresh ments wlll The annual lhe JUHIOT danc wlll Wh ellng f be 1'1JOywd USen1er Day' tod y Q nlor Banquet will be held at the N8SOD1C Temple e be held 1n the school gym wlth th HSOCl31 1tCSH of urnlshlng the muslc 6' C . . A . . e e e k. ' e ' ' ' . - ' - 1 f e. 7' tx ' G ' ,I . ' 3 .. ' e e ' G . 9. e 2 ' ' a . lA. N G ' -ec ' 1 ' e . The O . I . 1 . C y . -. ji . 3 . . 3 . . 2o. Final exams begin. 22. 1 - 13 e 'le ' J . 23. e e "L1 e . 26. e Q 1 e ' 1 ' . " e ' 27. ' 'S e 2 ' o e S .Q-- . 28. 'e ' e ' 0 . X ' - . . A . .C .3 , V 4 . I Baeealaur at exerels s ln the school gym Last of th i11Ql xams Commene ment ex relses held ln school gym sorry to lose the Senlors School Dlsml s d' lnal CV1d nee of a y ar' work9 grade cards The Alumn1 Banqu t in dinlng room of at Paul's Catholle Church, danelng 1U the gym to nD1Xl Land Dandles' orehesera 72 lr--W 'UIQ 9 'S P"j fn Nm 74 f? f WWWV7! 3 ,.,,..v.'-W Nr' ff 1,1 M'ff"""J My '75 1 'X , xx X "' X - x,..X f A .M-, ic. bf, , 4' 11" xr' ' , I V t f -' ' XL Q. I N 1 5 I ' ' ,"Y1,r.i 'A 7 1 , 5 x f 1 fr: .?' A' P ' ' f" P I 3 -I V 7 1 'N' , ,V f , -If Y 1, Q A . I , , l 5 , . . 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A fl :-'PQ QQQQQQ , ' ' . . 511, 1 7 5 " ' 'I IS LBIP N pf" 1 :1 V ' nlss Cmnpbell Davld rltzger nechanlc 4 ltor moore lech nlc Nancy Plper John Del ney hancy Plper Cunard unard unard mrs John LFS John Funard f 7777 Nil I Glve me three collectlve nouns 'Flyp oer, w st bask t nd vacuum cleaner H 1th c r llke that, my 3dVlCc 1 to kcep lt movlng U Y Ulf you ever stop, the pollco wxll thlrk 1t's an arclden Hly fzthtr takes thlngs p rt to so why they mon't go oO wh t You d bett r go H e l, wher ha e y u been ll afternoo N HB en seelng ture c lled 'Henry th olxteenth' H 'You mean 'H nry the nlghth' lhere wasn't ary 'Henry t e S1XtoGUth H UOh, I s t through lt twlce ND wrest Shlrl y,' wrote the loveslck swaln, HI could swlm e es of your th mlghty oc n for on glanc from your lovely could walk through a wall of flam for one touch from your warm llps As always, Your own uene P S I'll b out to see you Sunday Dl7ht, lf lt doesn't ra Rose Marle Nuccl was dT1V1Hg long a courtry road when sho notlced a couole of repalr men cllmblng 1 tel phone pole 'lools ' she exclalmed to h r comp n1on, Nthey st thlnk I n ver drove a car before uarlene r BlZZ8P1 r Blzzarl narlene kr Parrls hrs Harrls Mr Cecll Jlm Grear 1rs Kerr Fred Forak r Pat Losey Relda Harrls HF ther, may I have the car today7H NThe car h s a flat tlre and I do not h v tlme to flx lt Just take those stones lylng there nd use th m to hold the car s lld to ke o lt from sl1pp1ng H Later, nof e stone was 1U Glght 'What dld you do wlth the stones I told you to use to e e c r from movlng, uarlontp' HI put them ln th trunk You sald to hold the c r down 'Dld you sew the button on ny coat, Dearon UNO, I couldn't fund the button so I Just sexed up the buttonhole If you had 34 and I took away u2, what would you haveou 'A grudge agalnst you for the r at of my lnfe Wwhere was the COHStltut10n of the U S. s1gned9n 'At the bottom of the page U NHow do you know that eatlng carrots 1S good for 0Beoause I never saw a rabblt wearlng glasses the eyes 76 ll'1 V. 5 A : H . ,A . 'H . -n- I SA -3 at W pw ,, x rl ' 5 ' : N' a a I ' ' 's 2 ' ' . 1, fa 3 Ak" 2: li F? Q a ' : . ' X ,f ". ' ' , ' t.U ' ' Q : I 5 2 Q ' a a be ' 4 .H e a N : HH a .H Y ' : ll y I G Il l Q 2 1 S 1c.V Q O J H c C : e " , a p1C a a e L' . ,L O C. - : ' I Q -w. ' .-1 3 , L h - L3 . J : a ' ' .H CL ' . ff ' 3 0 c,. . . e ' eat e e ' y . 1 , A 'V -5' Q 5 3,7 V l1ttle hand. I would leap the wldest stream for a word gl-AI, f' 0 . fi r yyg, Q . . . . K -- 1 c Q v . 6l,1',.Ig1 J J . . . . a N A 3 . D A . 1 c C A I 'X 1 l . G a ' mu ' e '.H .Arr : av , . 1 X I H . ' ': a ' a e ' ' ' . ' 1 ' a e N O . C- . . . ,N J . x4 'J . K . I A . ' ': " ' ' K ' H - kfep th, Q. ' ' 'V' 3 12:1 1' : ' e . ' a .H F ' ' . 1 - . 0 A - 1 . E . . : ,Q , J Il U ' ' . II W 1 . . , , : ' 1 ' e I .H vi: , . . f ' ' ' 0 1 . e : ' , " g ' ' gn : ' ' . II FUMOR narl ne Jackson at LS this funny k v on your tvn WFl ro h1HG doesn av on luke lt ' P t St n e P 's own lPVoU+ n ' C n'+ S ll a wo Y P 3 t frat ey It n k ur b cou 1 DLI' mrs DeP1t+ro ' art w nts to r Cl mn+OTlot ll I e oulcr't sra Q lW hls u Dloy 'yl w 1F court, ororgoo wlth uXCCoGlHF ot Q ll 'Wha ' cr w J U 3 he Juogt 'lor o r f lzna long tte Strut 'Y I n 1 1C no rex , ' lne or S nn + Curt wee CD95 Larry L3TTlS hrs Cuna d Dorls uunard M103 Lampb l Ingl Daytor nr. Rltch y henry 111115 rs Kerr Eob Knox 1158 Caanbell Albert DeP1etro hrs Kerr Vernon Felton urs Kerr Vernon Felton Nancy Piper Mr. Ritchey: Nancy: Gerald Grimes: Willie Diosir 1 eomrse you all know wrat th t of a cerufscle oaks I H .o t of us do, but you' e 1 lor th bent lt of those who'v never been lneldf ore ULock ln the oaper, Dorls, ar f lt 5 Yu about t e weather reoort ior tomorrow ' Tuey hav n t made up thelr llUOS y t, 1 guess, lt S ys unsettl d ' lght, the Jlural of men 15 on lcT'S the blur 1 ohlld' Twwns HG1vt an examole of wasted onergv H lllFn a helr T81SlU' atory to a bale beamed man ' HBob, are you bard of hearlng U ' h, o, 'am, 1 just have troubl lletenlng ' HYour marks are terrlble I don't thlnk you are tryln Nhat you need 15 more spunk Do you Pnow wh t spunk 159 H s, ma'am, 's the pa t partlclple of spa H H ho dlscovered mnerlca, Vernonqn 'Ohlo HOh, no, Columbus dlscovered amerlca H 'Yes, Columbus was h1a fxrst name H U ater attracts electrlclty N 'What tests have you made to prove i .H Hnvery tlme I'm in the bath tub the telephone rings.N HI hear your new car can stop on a dime.H HYes, and it sure gets me 1n some close quarters.N 79 V- e H U :'WRu. J ' od ' 0,5 'Le . H' e 't h. c 'e f A ' I a a 1' : HCh, taut m '. e tion. 'ke l a , e rd, Q 'us use ,Ja k J. Ja-gs a bla that ,ld be any E Il ' . 'e,-l: 'mlb' -a be a Q 'ng not 'G . what ska- dofu ur. DePlftro: Nl w.'-'. n' '. ' '1y.H ' , a, e 'Qs '. -ia ne' ' 2 1"' o the exec' '4it. ' at 5 the matte ith you, iikef tn 4 ,HTH J".'t you ,ai the S43 f L p 1 ,A fziffvl ' eS,U 'e,lfed Df k. HT' y ad F' f peedi y' ano it - 1 1'.H Iwr. rtit ' Lf: Htl' o x e 1 a 1' e j4,5it" ' a -a e l . lice. .i ' : Hi 5 . 1 d better explain I: e C ef' ' - J 1 A Q ' : - , e H N. v L O f . r : 1 ' L e ' Ld see that ' ay' a 'hy . Au ' L .1 ' A 2 "1f- . e ' L 1 ' 2' ' e 1 H ' a 1 , 6 n'v A 4 M" ' el : Uf Q 3 1 ' me . ,I1, , ' a of - va VL ' 3 A: H 1 .II bi ' e : ' 1 A a e gu.H " A V' ' ms: Te '., 1' ' ' 5 P '- oe' . .' 3.: ' . ., - i M . . , . i : 'O n ma 2 e '. ' .' M. v . , . . 1 A V 1 . ' F S- '. ' L a ' .nu ' : Ye lt s . ' ' 1 onk. ' . : pd ' ' . e 4 I ' 'PH . . hu- f 0 ' ' ' I I I : ' ' ' . x M . . g ' I t7 I' GL1 FOFLL lortlf Purtlm J fnno olrqtr LCMPHlC 1 rlun los t n,bt 1 Chl tordnor P Loaf rty otalnukor J Cf Jordon! lla Jnltakor J ck Jordon x hltch y John Iriczyk Lfrry hOb11ok Vornon 1u1ton L rry HObl1Ck B tty Brown J S515 L noon B tty lrown Waltor Chgs CGMQQPILZI 'xr Cccll JQCK Lltt n r. lston LAO G ry Rlnk s f lllo D1os1 Pearl Jeslsy Mr Bahord I h to u ,lrl who's slow about gettlng roady to go out to d1UPuY Wltl you H s on v1 s t o, o un Tl r Q fo s o n you To alr thls fund r so my 11 n r won't know rt It H Hlo, ut con 1X 1 so at Wn 1 L vs you can ask un how hu Punt lt ' vory t11o fou're nouphty, xo hor y hQlF o nom 'ou must havt bto r r f ou sro founp, gust I ok t bronmua' NYou or twtnty mlHUtwS 1 te wolf on' 'ou know whot kes un7' a w vs it lt whun I 1 t hlru 1m school L O, thL,y'I' HhoJ do you flnd yoursslf tk s Colo mor 'Oh I ust throw the covors ck lo M 1 J I envy th min who sane h t xor solo H o old I but gust thlnk Ol t nurv ut s ot HF1vo you flDlShod your outsld F6QO1Hg, Jo Hlo, SlT, 1E s b on too cold H my dog swull wed 1 apo m asure und lv by lno ts HThot's nothlng, vy dog cr wl d up on y o d no dl L bg th foot hnd I nad anothor doo th t went out of tho houso kno dltd by th yaro H Nihon I you I lways thlrk of J H19 H t I'n not ln the 1 ost 11k J nlc h, vos, you both owe x O4 1 os 1 o o bus s wt avo for o rs ull, brlng Mu somo that you hovon'+ h d for so lonb h t Hs Lf5 of 9 IOOU HI don't know, but lt prokably 1sn't enourh to worry Lou ' 1d you Qny o 1V qU6StlODS ln t o tts In NYQS, I M155 d the f1FSt tno ono the t h t ' an your glr top a start I should say so' Wt wurs cngagud throe months before w nythlng Cbout It U Ukoor thoss cyllnders knocklng, who 'm dPlVlUg9' HIt's not th CYl1NdLTS, 1t's my k o ' 78 'r ' ik-rr H -r 1 ' y' ' , s n ' .1 ' 1 . . fu 'J ' Sn: HYe . tho 1 gx' ho takos thi h g 'Q sho 3 t .' Iii I ".C1 : Han up ' I.'P f o . I 'fL'o I be A l - no h. ':: V b I Q, f' 't . th , Q a fav iaw j 1'. h'1 , J, L ' 0 u Mrs. Ffzzuri: 'E I 'no 3 Q J I got QT L 1 'ra U' .H ho 1 cr HG cl ' J - f :Un a ts ro Akon 3' v" 3 Q n 'W 0 O- Q. c. , Y ll"' ':.j1 11 : I, o Q ' 1 9. :Iu-' H D ,J L Q ' I t' o ta A.' ouEQ'o ' ' : HW H Q 1 5 Q ' - fs W I H 'sf ' 'D " A urs. ,t'1': 'v ' ' 1 ' 1J'e I' .' ninf:?H N: fu ' . ' 1 : ' ' 2 . ba ind Th.- I ax.H 111. H ' o .Q J t e ex .H W". W" 'A : HRoally? I thought ho had o very poor voioo.H R . : o J' , ' ' A th: 1 o 1-" Q .H 11-. f' o : of 1 ' ' 1 ' Q ' ' hn?h . 1 : Il ' "' eo . 1 I ' 'o : UM s o o'H L t 1 Q f K d'2d ' h!'.H 'A wo : ' ,411 I Q o ' L1 'Q a ' 'ol f Ae . H 'a ' U ' : "' ' . 1 J Q ' ' B 'A, ' .'1 o , H X-1 1 : ' . I Sci 'a ' 'J ' I H -4 v J , Q4 A .4 -ll-rl o 'o e . : Eu 2 ' ' ou ' J Q ' o.U C I Q : HO V LA .3 5 , . H I ' 1 : H'h1'o uro tho 2 t egg 2 h W had yon .H N. .A c. .u r . : "TIM,-' H D r' -X 1 L 2 -.1 2- 've H lv' D f ' : IIN C L X . 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NI w1sh fav ouldn't U1 stlc n le you Le worcwx 1U the Olf1C6 'It s all Pl ht, slr, I L not wor'wng 'Loo at the cake I decorated for nv blrthday party Don't o thln, uy s n,e o d slgn is w Udnllu UH fCount1nL, crndlesl "Yes, ut your arlthmetlc 1S terr1 le UDo four soectacles HYes, I never have v eyes Jlackeied now llke I used to be ore I wore 'emJ foxr e es, errv H 'You were down S1YtJ, na am ' h a I Ulell fou were doln as much vou.sell 3 J so there Jr 3 trel at an athletlc 1eetlng Hlh dld cu lve that check room Wlfl a oollar Lln Mr Bahorec ' ook at the hat she ave 16 Carter ree Uln t e s e f1rcumstance, how would have la5ed the ane Referee tn r an .suned nafe, all D LJITIC S Frlends Two women mad at the same nerson Temner The one thvnr yom can't get r1d of y los1n Parklna S ace- Where you leave your car to have the tall 1 Ht Inocked off Modern J1rneer The mother who m nages to ct throufh a ralny Saturday Wlth the televlslon set out of order. HPARD UPm0'W NSone f von edestrians walk as 1f ou ohne che streets H J WYes, an some of vou no orlsts drfve arounc as 1' you o ned your car.N In hrs. nerr's geography class byne H ' hat have the varlous expedltlons to the Worth role accownlis e VH Ro ert H ' ct.1n' xceot o ke the geoo adqrlessons harder Cook nUhy, you're the sane 1an I Gave a OIGCE NIRCG pie to csteroa In 1 Nles, bwt I hardly expected to flwd ne same cook here tcda 'H Nancy Smnol ir WIS lt aan erous to dr ve wlth one handPn Leo Bober nYou bet Hbre than one fellow has run 1nto a church down it 79 I 71' n d ' H V '1 -f-I NW "' ' 3 1 3 K-, I . .... KAL 9 b . ' Il , , . , Y, It J, . 5 . 1 '1 . I 'I UH,-. Y "' -1 , ,, . . In 'J , 1 ' , -. ll A . . v U . ' I ' ' N 'Y Qli, ',.3 if ja ' ' 3 ' I fl 3 ' f' ' ll -' i . 1 . .Y .. ' A . . I a . J : ' -, A - Al ,' F , . . l ., . , . ' 0 A W- . Q, J . . , , - 1- n - . " G ' , , W Sl l e 1 e' 1. . . . . . . . : 1' 1 - i , b l ' 1 y 'f V W -y -4 f' .. Q A nelp , L ,U J J. l -' . 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Bethel 1n banoron Mrs 'ec1l Mr Cecll Martln P Jerry V rotor Coo er ret C 'T lVPc UuusndcJ s o mwow mm mmdd do 1y UOFFf1G for ' fYere's the tho sandon your f1PSt worr ' ou' e H1hat's UI U1Sh ln the you ouldn't vi stlc n le you ole worelm o f1CS H It s all Fl nt, slr, l'1 not vo 'on 'loo at the cake I decorated For ny blrthday party n't o hlnl my s n e of O6Q1gH 15 w ndexrul ' CCount1ng cendlesl "Yfs, ut you' ar1thmet1c 15 terrlble. o four spectacles xelp womr e es, Jelry H HYes, I never have LK ojes Jlackeued now 11k6 I used to be ore I v e em lou were doln slytj, na'am ' wa T'N Yell, ou vere doln as much vou.selV so there ' Ar Bethel at en 8oFl6tlC xeetlng nih dld u 1ve th t check room earl a oollar LlD Mr. Bahore ' ook at the hat she eve we H Carter o o r e mln the s e f1VCUmSt8UC9, how would 1 1 hwve wloged the aue Referee under suned na1e, l D INTT C S Frlends Two wonen mad at the same person Temner The one th1n yol can't get rld of y los1n Parklnv S ace- Where you leave ,our car to have the tall l ht lnocked Aodern n1FHG8T The mother vho menaqes to et throufh a ralny Saturday wltn the televlslon et out of order. HEARD UPTO'N Sone of you pedestrians wa k as 1f y u onlec +he str e s N es, and some of you mOu0P1StS dr1ve arounc as 1 you o ned your car.' In hrs nerr's geography class byne H ' hat have the varlous exped1+1ons to the North ole acccwolis e TH Ro ert H ' N t,1n xceot o ako the geoeradgrlessons horder Cook Ulhv, you're the sane 1an I gave a U1 11HC6 11e to esteroa A HYes, but I hardly expected to flud vue sane cook here tcda Nancy S1ncl 1r HIS lt dan erous to drove wdth one hand'N Leo Bober WYou bet More than one fellow has run 1nto a church down lt ' 79 I W P : d 5 , c 2 a 'l.cr t ' . ' ' , '- - I! L - ' 3 me. V' Y 7 Y Y- - , 1 : - r on. L Q . 1 . f-1 - u .. . . . ' ' . '- ' N --V ' - A -, Y -' : A 'Y 1 W- J 1 . .5 . un . . , - .L , Q. ' . . ,f In . . V o .J : H 1 J . 2 rxl g.' . , . l , ,, n .. . ' - .. , - . .r I g , . , D , . . , . ., Do v t . M, O so W , f e..,', : . , . 1 A A .Q Y' . . . . . , . . o - , - 1. - . nD , v. , , ., . 1- .v 4 , .,. 4, . W . I l 1 . 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Pool1S Lno11 ncd 1 lo 1 D 1 e1 Ieertbreak Anead Llop Cbo1 Boom Loo fan, ooo A nwe On ou Fwrlmvn I monte Go Get my Baby Bwttl T '1ould I marrr a man who lvos to me H Mar' o yo ant to be in old meld H ks a nabor HS t Hovm, Tar+na, and +fll yo r brother a story ' 1mrth 'Can't Slt do1n, bother, I gust told Daddy a story ' 1rs, Adams watch1WP Ir, Behorek put Clfqt spoonfuls of sugar lnto hlS cup of coffee, ind dr1nk1ng li W1thOVt StlFFlHg lt, Hwhy don't vou st1r 1t9H Mr, Bahorek Who llk6S lt sUeet'H BO Y Q L CO1 .31 .-31 71 GUSY ' 1- 1 'U 1 ' 1 ,, " ul 1: --, 1 11, ' .- 1 , 'llie in Lmutl1 "1. L Pit ulgliv ' ' 1. n Jo' ., fl ' 3 Cl C- Bw G1rLlQ fl: , '- A Q. Chirles o- YYY :zi La- 1 A g Lorgv Jean litten 1-Jr 'V I ", ary .,a '1 1 IYa . 1' 1 Z'11d Don Jvle A M1 Chase Q ' l 1 ff " 1 Shine, if e 21' . 3y1v'1 -'LF H rr, ' L11- Bo fi ',2U2 Nl 11'Q Marilyr 1,ylor 11 ,' 1 ' ' 1 f Tb- H1p,5 Bde 9' 'aww O e 31' D11 - Vith He, !1n-y ,Bly f Diw, 'nx . ,' 'Q 5 K, ,Q Jw U.m liz .bl, 1 Y 4 'Q .3 v V my rw HH- .4Av A Ll- '- x VOFHOH Felien Little Things Mean A Lot . ' ,'i e Van Q E17'L' N 51 I Ijsxe QL 2 1 ,ly fl. l ' -51 V A V. Q I 'I I U' 7 T11 H 3 B ,if 111Q5 1 B11 B, .G Tl, PIII I 1. ,ll D. Q., , A 1 . ' 152,155 V1.1-,C my 125. Ifi, In Jil O " Lest fe SQ ' B, F ' T' S f e ' I . J T 1 -1 'vw 1 ff ' - ' AX .L- X, L 'Q ,. tr 1' 5fC1lY gg i Q, -' ' 11 B '3 'B hell Wxray I Q11 ix 'lie dw V If 'illl - a.w M, E ' ?1f T15 1ioU,u '1 ,- . 1 ' y 'lei B I-8-:..5 I- y B'1 ec I ' 'lgfhj Y Y ., : E . j11 1 2 11 4 . li V ' L T fc ' I. Hoi A 5 U . Q, ? if P, HD on w . ,1. 1 J 2 rl 0 1 4. 2 -..Au "X JN 1 . V - I S, , K'.' " .ez ' . ' 1 I 1, ' ,' V. . 1 W 6 . H . . . I .Q 1 L, E F . . .W . A L . . . , ' . 1 . 1' : " " ' 1 , THIS-N THAT Carter H and Floyd B w re passlng the hat today What was the money for, boysl Charlie Campan1zzi's mind isn't funct1on1ng too well lately he asked Dor1s C 1f she had an eraser wlth a pencil on it' Barbara Kois fell backwards of her chair 1n school and on her way down she decided th-t Judy S should go with h r hr Bahorek 15 getting grey hair Wonder why? He is getting a new class of dr1v1ng students was there really an important teacher's meeting after school January 3, or did someone try to fool Miss Campbello D1anna Singer brought the car to school and then took the bus home Oh we we all hav days like that Does anyone know who locked Betty Holloway 1n the music closet? How about it, S Y and D S Everyone has be n fall1ng out of thelr seats, for example Pat S and Kay O Mrs Kerr told Moe Ralston to put down th W1hd0VS so he put them all the way up, what's wrong, heel R1ce was found 1n the hall and Leo Bober was suspected of it Could lt Wlllle Dlosi sald a car was golng to have a wreck Connie C asked him why aid Hit says right here 1n the paper, lercury to take a dive W It was referr1ng to the weather, W1ll1e Pearl W sley had the unfort1onate exper1enoe of running the Driver's Training car in a dltch Better watch 1t, Pearl Charles C must not like to go to Chemistry Lab period, he forgot to go twlce in one week nartln Purtiman had his seat changed 1n study hall Better watch talking those girls, hart n Does Lrs herr 11ke Gerald Grimes or gust his presence an the front of the room9 Was Camilla Cheatham frightened by the typewriter when she accidentally h1t the 'tabulator koy?' D1d hargaret Ornouski get up for curr nt events Just because the bell was about to rlng? what about it, Margaret9 P1 l to . . e ' . . . . . . . 3 . a . e . X O . I O o 5 U 0 1 , e . . 0 O U l 3 . . . 0 , , have come from his brother's wedding? . . . . . U D . He s ' . . 1 ' A A G . . . O . D w . . g . '. 1 . 3 I . , . . . ' V7 15 ' Pearl 1sn't the only one who can n1t the ditches 1D the orlvers' tralnln car, 1S sh , Dorls Cunard bhlrley Van Ne t ate half of Dorls Cunard's lunch berore s e knew lt Dorls Q1dn't starve thou h Wlllle Dlosl h1t h1 heac lr the Dym, but Ultf the xcellent care of two nurses, CFloyd Brown and Gary R1.k8SD, he soon recover d John Del ney sald, L19 tmck makes my llpa sore H What was that remark fm3Jwm Jerry rrost was thrown out of study hall and r Bethel sald he dldn' car to see hlm decoratlnv the halls Such a decorat on P S has black eye today Coulc she have pot lt fro Narty y John Tracyzk and Moe nalston seen to 11k to flght Also Ed N ard Gerald Better watch 1+, boys r Bahozek must be gettlng old or nervous H18 fe t weren't WOPk1ng too well the other nay, he fell down at football wractlce turned arourd and remarked, Uohe's an educated chlcken hlSS Campbell sald she watched a very good program over the raolo the other evenlng A new lnventlon, M158 Campbell? ThlS seems to be Jlmmy Grear's day He asked Marty S lf he had her T V on last nlght and when he sald she had, he asked, Hlow d1d lt f1t Gary 1 sneezed 1n study hall and the desk fell over' That must have been a powerful sneeze, Gary Mrs kerr was ready to keep study hall when she dlscovered lt was her hlstory class perlod Nhat's wrong ir Kerr, do you 11 e tudy hall that much? In study hall Ruth Bethel's pencll made lt all the way around the stuoy hall D1d Dlanna olnger help lt? Rlcharc harrls absent from school several days, return1n to study hall, xr Pltch y shook hands w1th h 1 and sald, UGood to have you back, Brother Harris rrom Sophomores blackboard Chl DRHAM, CII' W ? Bored of mducatlon Who" Ralston Superlrtenoent 1G8ChSI'S are P60119 o" Harrls Prlnclpal P0I'Peff11Bl1Y yearning oarole x1net -Secretary To me t one small boY hance Ploer Treasurer Not allerglc to learnlng' 82 . ,. . n ,. V . . G o 3 4 w , . . O . ,. ,ex . U Ll I . ,. av! . . . . . .S -7 .L L 7 A A. h e 'r e . a . 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