Fordland High School - Eagle Yearbook (Fordland, MO)

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r . fi EDICATION DEDICA IIOIN ln ihe plan for the f1rsT innu l for T ordl'1rdl-hgh School it ould se-ern fxttlnp and proper to dedlcate tlrxs nublzcatlon to the n cmory of the three hundred elghty one students who h xe gradu ed smce thi fxrfst four ye'ar hlgll School was eetabllz-,hed ln 1926 nd e px fully do me w1sh to honor and exer remember the follow Arch xJh1tt kel Warren Alexander Loumse Daw 15 Dorm Sherrow Sylxern Mcflelland Jack Wxlllams, Wayne Bouldln Modeana Mltchell WeC,le5 Lea Thefwe rnmes 1111 be found hated amongv those of thexr fellow cl lssrrntea ,fd K Supa rmtendent Z , 2 ' 5 f a , - f' - f 1 'g , ' 'CJ .' . I , ' D lx' A. l , l 1- f ' - f 5 a' - ca . , , . - C , . - , fa 1 'f ' f ' V - ing f,ll1Clf'Ilt5 who have preceded us to the Great Beyond: ,, . A Q I K1 tn, 74 .1 , J H . . A .- . 7 4 rr C .' 'L l , 'f . ' F .'. f ..', , .f If 1 , K I A. f I ' ' L . Clxss of I9 7 laullne Crain Paul Johnson Edna Wrlson N onna Olson L 98116 Julian Pearl lxincannon Wallace L ltty Ella Johnson Ansxn Crlger Freenwan Howard Olne Burks Herschel Reed Audra Tella Nernon Lea Class of 19 Herbert Lawson Paulme Sweet Arthur Whxte Neal Sherman Jessxe Cram Class of 1928 Modeana Mltchell Armel Whxte Carl Starr Paulxne 'Ierry barah Roblnson Agnes Whne Olen Holcomb Helen lvloorman Alxce Lea Leta McCarty Kenneth Lea Class of 1929 Harold Wllllams Exangelme Phxlpott lVe1r Holt Hazel Lane Katxe Tohnson lvlllldffl Ph11pott Wylma Clutter Arch Whxrtaker Lattle Hodges Class of 1930 lvlarxe Burks Edna NonRenrzel1 Louxse Dax ms Pearl Terry Clk'-.s of1950 Cont Ruby Burks Flora Carter Frank XVl1SOl'l Lorene Pepper HeralCr1ger Yvonne Lea Louise Rowe l ucy lnce Funnce Nash Class of 1931 Gertrude Craln Ross lwlcCarty Sylxerxa McClelland Golda Clouse Lora Stexens Tllford Whxte Class of 1932 Clarence Alexander Alma Hawkins Dale Morgan Ruth Stex ens Webster Phrlpott Georma L awson Orean I ea B111 Johnson Eunlce Johnson Daxsy Bench Herman Alexander kenneth Hoggard Jean Nash Freeda Cowan lxlaxlne Dm lb Harold Hoggard Henry Sherman Class of 1033 Auclle Branstetter Fern Crlger Howard Cowan Freeda Doyle Kelley Boyer Rada Lawson Donald Black Ruth Walker Ruby BNEBFSDFIU Wlnfred Burks Lola Lxtry Bessxe 1 a1r Tom Pxrtlc 3 Class of 1953 Cont Frcedi Rowe Freda Sherrow Raymond Byrd Stanley Brooks Estel Orr Earnest Garrett Eugene Sweet George Tucker Merle Orr Class of 1934 Clement Mack Hayden Brentlmger Hugh Dunlap Ira Lea Kenneth Mack Odell Kelley Deward Kelley Stanley Nash Basil Burks Class of 1935 Izola Watson John Mlller lrx ln Clouse Glenn Seeley Marlon Black Lea Hawkins Esther Gelker Alleen Lea Lyle Steward Jessle By rd Alf Robertson Blake Bookout Carl Lea Orean Clouse Class of 1936 Helen Edson Preston Fleld Annalee Clark Dons Brown Paul Clark Mary Belle L xtty Elalne lnce Warren Dax lb Emerson Burks Estelle Denney JCSSIQ Hawklns Wayne Bouldln . . 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' 5 Class of 1936 Cont Dorothy Nash Bessle Meloy Robert Lea Opal Crxger Gladys Kmser Class of 1937 Allene Hagel Wayne Seeley Helen Pendergrass Frank Busman V1v1an Burks Barbara Black Earl Sturgeon Dot Bosley Kenneth Bench Mary Lou Mlller Faye Mltchell Lawrence Steward Class of 1938 Fern Brentlmger Nora Martm Louie Phmlpott Cordxe Bould1n Bertha Edson Ben Martm Aleta Hennlgh Thelma Templeton Hazel Tillman Ollen Stroud Alxce Veal Nma Sturgeon Opal Black Albert Marshall Daxsy Hatten Lester Smith Loxs Smith Roy Cr1ger Class of 1939 Robert Jackson Peggy Shay er Henry McDonald Eula Mae Woodruff Ralph Terr1ll Kathleen Bosley Leone Tucker Wesley Lea Betty Lea Lyx etta Lawson Class of 1939 Cont Joe Reed Della Stoll Dean Mack Jeanette Clark Howard Shertz Alberta Kmser Myrtle Johnson Fans Mae Connett Clyde Nash Larna Barnard L11l1an Hale Alleen Lea Ida Unterklrcher Russell Ott Marjor1e Young Pearl McDonald Class of 1940 Warren Alexander Fred Stmnett Joe Clutter Dorls Sherrow Rena Burks Max Cardwell Marlon Wester Helen Bench Sanford Edson Jack Good MarJor1e Kroner Fern Black Beatrlce Templeton Earl Denney Roger Young Bessie Martm Georgxa Shelby Ellen Hatten Elmer Hmes Leonard John Wallace Lea Leonard Johnson Bob Aton Lee Wllllanms Class of 1941 Leon Baker Wxlha I-lennlgh Dale Kmdall Ruth Bookout Clmton Dalton Al1ce Hale James Stevens 4 Class of 1941 Com Chester Ufhtrr Gllbert Crnper lrene Greene Wayne Clouse Bonnle Tnllm n Denzxl Kmdall Irene Phxllxps Hal Masterson Sammxe Shelby Olga Dax IS Herbert Shertz Kathryn Mlller Robert Byrd Geneva Clouse B111 Clark Beulah Dalton Harvey Shertz M1ldred Sm1th Clxiford Wxlson June Hawkms Laura Lea Beatrmce Rxddle Johnny Garrett Wllllam Sturgeon Bonnelle Masterson Ella Eckert lzola Bookout Eugene Burks Beulah Plckett Eulah Pxckett B111 Stem Ruth Lea Ha McDonald Rxchard Lea Jlm Mack Modeana Wxlson Mabel Williams Bessxe Carr Ralph Mackey Dale Hmes Hazel Bowers Opal Woodruff Juanxta Cornelxson Chester Greene Class of 1943 B111 Bouldm Ma rj or1e Blankensh1p Doris Lawson Vada Brumback -.-T'-"C 'C'-'Cul'-' -'CYQMCET . . . 5 Dale Burks Class of 1942 Class of 1943 Cont Carl Steward Dorothy McDonald R1chard Uchtman Phyl11s Bookout J'un1or Johnson Wylma Lumbert Els1e Sawyer Betty Off Lora Terrlll Fay Stark James Templeton Mary Busman Denzll Hoagland Henrietta M11ler Mary Aton Dorothy Shertz John Hennlgh Class of 1944 Melba Eckert Sam Tucker Betty Ellmson Jxm Wester Betty Wh1te Paulme Cornellson Harold Templeton Maxme McMurray Franc1s McDonald IvIarJor1e Gr1ffm Ehzabeth Burks Mabel Young Albert Wllson lla Rose Frantz Dorothy Dan1els Emma Sawyer Lova Mullms Lorene Mulhns Curt1s W11kerson Helen Wxlhams Class of 1944 Cont Betty Hawk1ns Class of 1945 Clifford Ph1ll1ps Mildred Hoagland Freda McDonald Veldma Swearengxn Gorden I-larrxson Clifford Swearengln Uldena Clevenger Vlvlan Fulton Imogene Hale Doyle Burks Dean Hunt Wxlllams Lemmg Donald Wllllams Lucy Knapp Pauline Burks Geraldme Rabenau .Tlmmy Hawkms Ileah Wxlkerson Wandaleen Garrett Devona Cornelxson Vernon Pursley Class of 1946 Jack C Wxlllams Ruby Knapp Emma Lou Byrd Wesley A Wllson Gene McDonald L1l11an Templeton Kathleen Shaver Leon Brxggs Eugene Wilson Rxlda McDonald Joan Smlth Wanda Lamm 5 Class of 1947 B111 Swearengln Vwlan Bookout Betty Hatten Fern McMurry James Model B111 Lea Betty Lou Riddle Joan Thompson Mary Lou Wxlhams Frank Barnard Albert lnce Delorns Stone Bob Denney Josephme Townlzan Stanley Greene Class of 1948 Charles Bou1d1n Annabelle Clouse Cecxl Byrd Kenneth Burks Jlmmle Baker Fneda Lou Henmgh Wmfred Burr Sam Barnard Betty McDonald Louis Stone Evelyn Kmcannon Kenneth Hoagland Glenn McDonald Betty Lemmg Lxge Wlllxams J' Betty Phllpott Norma Lou Burks l..111y Mane Phxlhps Dale Swearengln Betty Byrd Bill Frantz Maxine Ayers . . . . . . 1 r. ev' . 1- Wyse, 1 un , ws: ffm: THE STAID HALLS OF LEARNING At left is the grade and high school bulldmg At the mghl ls the gymnuslum Ill ll t I un it Above The members ofthe Board of Elducatlon Readmg from left to rxght Fred Clousc Presxdent Pleas Smith Earl Watson Lester Wxlllams Tlliord Whlte Secretary and Aaron Nash Below The members of the Faculty Left to Rlght Sam A Muller Supermtendent Clyde Byrd Prmclpal Maude Byrd Ralpho Rhoades Henrletta Miller Harrlet Wright Mrs Bertha VonRentzel1 and Joan Mack rwwzwz-'fx in 7 ELIZABETH ATON Glee Club Softball Junior Class Play Volleyball JACK BENCH Basketball Junxor Class Play Softb1ll FONDA BURKS Glee Club One Act Plays .Tumor Class Play Softball Queen Candldate 9th, sp.: rx, pn. BOB AYERS Mxxed Quartet LENA MAE BRIGGS Softball Glee Club Volleyball One Act Plays Jumor Class Play Cheerleader Queen Candidate llth CLAUDE BURKS Softball Vice President 12th Prince Charming lOth R OSELENE BURK5 Glee Club. PATSY CLUTTER Volleyball One Act Plays Glee Club BARBARA FAULKNER Glee Club One Act Plays Secretary Treasurer l2th Vxce President llth Queen Candldate 10th Volleyball LOUISE CLOUSE Softball. Volleyball Cheerleader Vice -President. 10th Glee Club Junior Class Play One -Act Plays Queen Candidate, llth DONALD ESTES One Act Play JAMES INCE. Softball Junmr Class Play W Junior Class Play . 10 LEO INGRAM Sofiball Junmr Class Play CLAR ABELLE LADD Volleyball Glee Club CICIL RIDDLEI Softball Junior Class Play Prince Charming Candidate, llth. 'RC' 3109- 65 KENNETH JONES Basketball Softball Glee Club Quartet Junxor Class Play One Act Plays JANIIE LEA Softball Basketball Secretary Treasurer 10th President llth BOB SLOAN Softball Basketball. LESTER STEWARD Basketball President. lZth Prince Charming Candidate, 12th. NORMA WILLIAMSON Mixed Quartet Glee Club Junior Class Play Secretary llth Class Class Class BOB WILLIAMS Basketball Softball President, 10th Jlmior Class Play One Act Plays ODELL WILSON Softball Motto What ns worth doing at all 15 worth domg well Colors Blue and White Flower Wh1te Carnatlon Sponsor Henrietta Muller 12 1 1 CLASS HISTORY We hesxtated when we were asked to prepare this prcture of the Class of 1949 for your mspectton We are not artlsts and everyone knows it Any of our teachers could tell you that we were never especially profxcxent nn drawmg any thmg except attention and could never pamt anythmg successfully not even our own faces Besides the Class of 1949 IS a very lrkely subject for even an expert to attempt to sketch They are never any of them twice altke nor apt to be found twice in the same place or pos1t1on Even a snapshot could never catch them ln anythmg better than a blur Besides we are only three people of decldedly rn dwidual opmxons and could only look at our classmates through our own eyes We cannot see them as they see themselves nor even as you mrght see them xi you m1ght stand for a ttme tn our posxtron and be able to look at them from our pomt of v1ew We began our Freshman year September 1 1945 with an enrollment of twenty four We were all very bashful and xt took almost all of the year for us become acquamted The most important event of our Freshman year was the m1t1 at1on party the Senxors gave us The class orfxcers were as follows Presxdent Lyle Wrlson Vlce Pres1dent Ruth Swearengm Secretary and Treasurer Fonda Crzger We lost two students B111 Lamm and Larry Bakeman but three others James Ince Bob Strnnett and Verba Sturdefant came to take their place Our candxdates for Prmce Charmmg and Beauty Queen were Lyle Wxlson and Fonda Crrger We were beaten by the Semors We had our class party rn the Sprmg of 1946 Everyone enjoyed nt Mr Mxller was our sponsor The year ended wtth everyone lookmg forward to starting ln agam as Sophomores m September We began our Sophomore year September 2 1946 We had an enrollment of twenty seven The class offtcers were as follows Presrdent Bob Wrllxams, student and gained three Claude Burks and Barbara Faulkner were the candldates for Prmce Charmmg and Beauty Queen We were unsuccessful ln gettmg them crowned Mr Byrd was our sponsor We had two class partxes that year School ended m May and everyone looked forward to fall and to becoming jolly Juntors We began our Junror year September 3 1947 We had an enrollment of twenty six Class offrcers were as follows President Jamie Lea Vice Presxdent Barbara Faulkner Secretary and Treasurer Norma June Wllllamson We had a class party the frrst month of school at the home of Jamie Lea Candidates for Beauty Queen and Prmce Charming were Lounse Clouse and Cecil Rlddle We were again unsuccessful ln this race We ordered our class rmgs and were lookmg for ward to recewmg them at the beginning of our Sentor year Our class sponsor was Henrretta Mrller We gave our Juntor Play Marrted Before Midnight February 27 1948 It was a mystery comedy and proved to be a great success We had another class party at the home of Merxbelle Hargxs nn the sprmg On May ll 1948 we had a banquet ln honor of the Sentors This proved to be a success also The theme of the banquet was Holiday Inn We celebrated each holxday by smgmg a song connected with the actwrtxes of that day School was out May 14 and we were all lookrng forward to becoming Seniors tn the fall Our last year at dear old Fordland 1-hgh began September 6 1948 We had an enrollment of twenty one Class offtcers were as follows Presxdent Lester Steward V1ce Presldent Claude Burks Secretary and Treasurer Barbara Faulkner We lost one student Fonda Crxger who preferred marrxed lxfe to studies at school We had one student Kenneth Jones to enter after the year started The flrst excttmg event of thts year was the recewmg of our class rmgs We are very proud of them 13 . , . l I ' I . . . ' , . . - I J , . l I l ' - . , ' to - . . . . : . I ' : ' - ' . ' : , . ' I I D I i I I I . I , . - l . : . , . . , Vice-President, Louise Clouse: Secretary and Treasurer, Jamie Lea. We lost one , . . ! 0 - . . . : . , . : . - . y 3 , . . . . . . . Y . . . , v . . . . - ' , u - n ' ' - u I , . . - I : . ' 5 ' , 3 , . ' ' ' Q u 4 1 ' n I -' , I Our class party was held ln the gymnasium wlth great success Hur candldates for Beauty Queen and Prlnce Charming were Lena Mae Brmgps no Lester Steward Agam we were unsuccessful Our sponsor lb Henr1ett 1 We are lookmg forward to Sneak Day andthe tlme when we sh ll gxxe our Semor Play Also we are gomg to enjoy our Sen1or Week when we recene our c ps nd n1ght May 19 1949 We are accomphshed ln all thmgs We haue often prox ed to you how well we can slng dance read recxte and DF rform ln many entertamlng ways before the publlc We all l1ke to do steady work under the tutorshlp of some person older than ourselves We wnll apprecxate It lf you wlll kxndly refram from unl-cmd ln smuahons along thls lme Indeed what we do not know has seemed to us to be scarcely worththe learnlng What we do know has seemed to our teachers to be very much worth the learxung That may be one of the reasons why we know xt but we have nofhlng further to add along thls lme This my frlends IS a subdued plcture of the Class of 1949 Clarabelle Ladd Cecll R xddle Barbara Faulkner 9 1-1 . 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Baccalaureate Service will be held May 15, l949, 'lhen finally graduation .49 . . .49 '4 THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF THE CLASS OF 1948 49 Class entered htgh school September l 1945 and departed May 19 1949 Witnesses Sam A Mlller Superintendent Clyde Byrd Pr1nc1pal Mrs Harriet Wright and Henrxetta Mlller We the Fordland Hlgh School Sen1or Class of 1948 49 bexng m good health and sound mlnd do hereby make our last w1ll and testament contamlng the bequeathlngs of the goods we possess To Mr Mlller we bequeath all of our law and bookkeeplng workbooks to read U1 hrs lelsure tlme To Mr Byrd we leave all of our unfmxshed workbooks to be completed ln his spare time To Mrs Harriet Wrtght we leave our ab1l1ty to talk U1 study hall To Mzss I-lenrnetta Mlller we leave all of our tattered and torn play books she may have to use them agaxn next year I Elizabeth Ann Aton wlll my long halr to Mr Byrd to keep the naked places above h1s ears warm I Clarabelle Ladd wlll my sweet dzsposltxon to Phylhs Lemlng Kller I Patsy Clutter leave my teeth to Mr Mtller She says he mlght run out of salt some day I Lou1se Clouse leave my ntcknames such as K K to Nancy Lou Smlth Be care ful Nancy and only use one of them at a time To Anna Lee Ph1ll1ps Barbara Faulkner leaves her ablhty to catch a man We hope she uses xt to the best advantage Roselene Burks wllls her heart to Norma Burks Please use It Lena Mae Brxggs wnlls her ftgure to Shtrley Mack We hope It turns to the genuine thmg I Jamie Lea w1l1 my back seat ln Mr Byrd S class to Joe Sawyer I Norma .Tune Wllllamson will my brand new Jokes to Mr Byrd to use the coming year Everyone s gettmg ttred of the old ones I Leo Ingram wlll my ab1l1ty to do what I please to Ronn1e Lea I Claude Burks wxll my place as thlrd baseman to Dean lvlatney Be sure to lose some weight over the summer I Odell W1lson w1ll my car to Jack Klllxan Be careful Jack and drwe slowly when you have your glrl out with you I James Ince wlll my ab1l1ty to work to Tub Hoagland I Kenneth Jones will my place on the basketball team to Fred Briggs Be sure get the number seven su1t too I Jack Bench w1ll my ablllty to get out of work to Howard Swearengln I Lester Steward wlll my place as Presldent of the class to Jack Kllllan I hope you get to say more than I dtd Jack Bob Sloan will my ab1l1ty to sleep m Mr Byrd s class to Ronme Lea I Bob Ayers leave my abxllty to catch glrls out ln study hall to Bob Ewing Donald Estes wlll my ablllty to play on the pinball machme to Dann Klndall B sure to stock up on the n1ckels Dam Cecll Riddle wxll my abtllty to slxp off to town to Fred Briggs Be sure to act lnnocent when you get caught I Bob Wllllams wxll my already che ved bubble gum to Edlth VonR entzell It IS under my desk when you get ready to chew lt Edlth 15 - . 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I CLASS PROPHECY Here we are folks the gossxpers of old Fordland H1gh Don t forget that gossxpers are the best to learn the news from Especially the news of the old Senior cronxes of 1948 49 and thenr past experxences of the past flfteen years Now let us get on with the news FLASH HOLLYWOOD We have just heard from Mr and Mrs Jlmmle Baker As you know she 15 the former Lena Mae Brlggs They are the proud parents of thelr tenth chlld boy The talk that IS gomg around says He looks llke the pr1nc1pal of 1948 49 as he hasn t much hair ATTENTION DUMBELL COLLEGE Barbara Faulkner and Clarabelle Ladd are stlll old maids They are still try lng to get through school as they stlll plan to catch a man by bexng a bachelor secretary SKUNK HOLLER The former Roselene Burks who marrxed Albert Ince now lwes ln Skunk Holler He expects to make all of his chxldren a l1v1ng by raxsmg er er shall we say k u n k LISTEN We w1ll now carry you all back to the little village of Podunkvllle Norma June Wnllxamson and James Ince were unlted mn wedlock They were at last charl R un Ar ounds RENO We have just recewed word that Leo Ingram has just dn orced h1s fourth wlfe He 1s now hooked up with Maxme Moore He plans to make his home at Reno just xn case NEWS BULLETIN School days are over for Fonda Crxger smce she has started housekeepmg and raxsmg a famxly w1th Kenneth Burks Good Luck Klds NOTICE Mr Claude Burks IS domg fine Ln his new work He IS now the head of the great Art1i1c1a1 Manufacturmg Company Keep up the good work Claude NEWS FR OM HOGVILLE In exactly two weeks three days two hours fwe mmutes and thxrty seconds the church bells w1l1 tmgle from the shoclf of the engagement of Ehzabeth Ann Aton to Kenneth Hoagland FLASH The old malds Patsy Clutter and Lounse Clouse ln an attempt to hnd a man made a parachute Jump from then' plane over the North Pole as thelr eye s1ght was gettulg bad The last we heard they were st1ll hanging 16 , . Ill . o s . . c j ' . i . . , a . . ,, . . . - ' l . . . . . lil - . . . , , s , , . s- - - - -s, lil varied after all these years. After so long we finally found them at home. "The Ol Ill ' ll - ll ' ' ' Ill . , ll! . , . ill I P I . . 1 I Y lil . , . I . . . . , . . BULLEFITN T f.fOHOk1"P aG IT v W1 bon J ck Inch Pmh 701 It" furthe r unnouncerrent v TTFIX FICTN Bo Vllharrs 13 nox fhf eve fxl'l P16 V 11 1 r 1 die and Bob x,e1Q Y' 11 can ell 'rhwi x ' 1' 1 F II urme Le and Efenne1h Jones haw fmfmilx ff ' rf 1 N curl of then' drefima even thouph thu fe f HALT Lester Ste varfi has yusf made he dl f nf 1 'mf ren 1 1 If known Fe Qxed Lplth onPfnt1PH f mumble lm Norm Imf mn 1 fWfl'1fll1I'Y1 enw Mae F Tl 17 YIM ls F11 f vi.. h - "IX, . f' as uw" kvmow dr P114 I1 '. x ln'1,V:' iIl?ff7+"1 i.ljjiI'1f-1 Kwlelf ll" . 5 B3 , ' ,, L41 YU, f1I'1f1l'7UTl-'ll T - v-'f' '+L' 1 1711 1 ,'.-f5,y1!xH'V' If 'f A J' ,una b 'V ' ' lf f x7T,.' . ,sf i'.."J0 ' in I 3 '."w'1. 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If X 'il' Af, gf" I 6 3 4 ",' ,, V1 ' I I Ai , ,gf-f 8 ' 3 N x FN SCHOOL CAFETLRIA A scene taken m the kxtchen of the. school ralelerla St nrllnw left in right are Mrs l:.thel John-.on Mrs Janie Williams and Mrs. Katel Nlxller Manager The:-.e ladies haxe the reputation of being three of the best cooks m Fordland and -,urroundmg lc-rrnory The lunch room has been ln operauon for three years and lb one of the best feature-. of the xrhnol 1 T' dh.. 1. D July new af W pl-Q1 'Qian Below IS a scene taken at lunch tame lh the rafexerna The pumls haxe bec.n seated and are anxlous lor thexr lunch but they took time out to pose for the photographer A few minutes after thus pxrlure wa-. taken they were all buslly eahng and enguyxnp the hm: lunrh that had he-en prepared for ihem gl !-vw A55 Z5 fi, 4' an -A iwa geweq 22232 ggs sa LIBRARY AND LIBRARIANS LEFT TORIGHT Nancy Sm1th Dons Templeton Betty Burks Joan Rose Annalee Phxllnps Helen Burks Martha Ends and Derma Shaver BELOW A Scene Taken an The Study Hall will-Shir' f' 4-Hans? Jw .mf 1-1 W ?"M Manu if V3 XS Q WJ! ll55S s sg 5 H8 H808 9638! H168 thas HRS8 LOQ 6 saga. 4 GGG 2.6 ISI' x BACK ROW FRONT ROW Below SEA TED BACK ROW CARNIXAI QUEEN +.ND Afl'h.lNDANl'5 Lei! to Right Donald B5 rr' Gertha Barton Sth Grade Ronaldl ea Maxine Moore 9th Grade B1llStlnnelt Dorn lcrnpleton lllh Grade lLstLr bteward lnna Nlwe Br1pgS llth Grade left !oR1ght Dixld Vlule Crownbearer lvlarlha Earls llvh Grade Dm Conley Donna Hale Queen 71h Gradv. Elmer Ragun 10th Grade and Peggy Matnvy I-lower Gxrl JUNIOR PL 4.Y CAST Left to Rlqht Jack Knlllan Barbara W was Noxella lohns Jeanne Grvnne Bnllbtxnneil Doris Templeton Fred Brxggs Standmg Donald Burke. Gertrude bwearengm Melxm Encvelkmg Belly Jean Burk-. and Darrell Bookout The play There Goes The Bride was a great success Z7 Y? 'W CLASS OFFICERS FRONT ROW Left lo Rlght Freshmen Dean Malney Nancy Smith Howard Swearengxn Sophomores Kathaleen Burks Shxrley Mack Elmer Ragan BACK ROW Senxors Lester Steward Barbara Faulkner Claud Burks. lunlors B111 Stmnelt Jack Kllllan Donald Burks PLP SQUAD Cheerleaders readmg from left to right are Lena Mae Brxggs Jeanne Greene Dolores Burr Helen Burks and Louxse Clouse The Squad has a membershlp of between twenty and twenly fue These gxrls haxe fanhfully gone with ihe boys on thexr basketball trxps and haxe rheered enthusuasncally at home 2 8 LEFT TO RIGHT Below LEFT TO RIGHT MIXED OUAR TET Joe Sawyer Norma June W lllxamson Nancy Lou Smnth Bob Ayers and accompamst Henrxetta Miller GRADE SCHOOL ORCHESTRA .Tummy Clouse .Terry Matney Bud Rotzmger Ronald Watson Lavona Rotzlnger Emily Rotzmger Howard Swearengm Glenn Max-tm Mrs Janie Schulze Director Gary Black Dean Matney and Robert Connett Z9 rv'-pug., fi K F F 5 MEMBERS OF A AND B BAbKEITBALL TEAMS FRONT ROW Left Io Right Bully John Ronald Lea Iamxe Lea Donald Jones Kenneth Jones Bud Rotzuxger BACK ROW Max Cardwell B111 Aton Lester Steward B111 Stmnett Bob Wxlllams Jack Killian Jammxe Lltty Elmer Ragan Joe Sawyer and Coach Don Farrell "A" BASKETBALL TEAM STANDING: Left to Right: Joe Sawyer, Billy Joe John. FRONT ROW: Max Cardwell, Jammie Lea, Kenneth Jones, Jack Killian, Bill Stinnett, Donald Jones and Coach Don Farrell. 31 v 7 isles CIRI S SOTTBAI I., FLAM left to Rxpht Lula Mae Wnllxams Helen Burl-as l ouxse Clou:-.e Lena Briggs Elwabeth Aton Norma Burks Jeanne Greene Betty Burke Geneva Daniels Dons Templeton Bonnie Phllpott Shxrley Mack Shxrley Smith Betty Greene Nancy Smith Kathaleen Burks Joan Williams Margaret Snlder Jeanetta Rlddle Dolores Burr Phyllis Kller Wilma Ladd Leona Kmcannon Norma Townlnan Gertrude Swearengm Velnora Klncannon Wanda Cormelxson Maxlne Moore Harrxet Wrlpht Coach -4 q X QRD LANO means ,Simi 'vm ll-lun z 4, Q 5' rv FIRST ROW I eft to Right Cec1lR1ddle B1llAton Jack Bench Bud Rotzmger Leo Ingram Odell W xlson STANDING Joe Sawyer Bob Sloan Jamue Lea .lack Kxlllan Bob Wllllams Claude Burks Ronald Lea B111 Shnnett 32 A SENIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL TEAM FIRST ROW Left to Right Elula Nlae Williams Helen Burks Louise Clouse Lena Mae Briggs Elizabeth Aton Norma Burka Jeanne Greene Betty Jean Burks SECOND ROW Patsy Clutter Edith VonRentzell Clarabelle Ladd Barbara Faulkner Shirley Smith Kathaleen Burks Phyllis 1 emmg Geneva Daniels TOP ROW Harrie! Wrighi Coach Joan Rose Norma 'lownlxan Gertrude bwearengln Doris Templeton Velnora K inc znnon JUNIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL TEAM FIRST ROW: Left to Right: Frances Jane Clouse, Pat Aton, Donna Dixon, Nancy Smith, Uldeng Killian, Donna Hale, Jeanetia Riddle, Emily Ratzinger. SECOND ROW: Harriet Wright, Coach. Dolores Burr. Annalee Phillips, Bonnie Jo Philpott, Betty Lou Greene, Joan '-Villiarn-s, biargarer Snider, 33 52 JUNIOR GH BASKETBALL TEAM SEATED Left to Right J1mm1e Clouse Bradley Burr Howard Swearengm Jerry Nash Howard Lee Durr STANDING Ralpho Rhoades Coach Scottwilliamson Dean Matney Jack Cnger Cecil Posten Lloyd Burks B BASKETBAl L TEAM FIRST ROW: Left to Right: Max Cardwell, Lester Sieward, Joe Sawyer, Ronald Lea, Bob Williams, Bill John, Don Ferrell, Coach. STANDING: Bud Rotzinger, Bill Aton, Elmer Ragan, Jammie Litty. 34 FIRST AND SECOND GRADE ROOM Left to Rlght lst ROW Davxd Whlte Jon Hale Glorxa Swearengm Peggy Matney Carolyn Aton Anna Faye Martm Sandra Lee Sheeley Alberta Swearengm Ann Snxder Eula Ann Brown Emery Dalton Znd ROW Sammle Swearengm Catherxne Burks Agnes Stumnett Veoletta Tucker Nancy Lea Wanda Davxs Pr1sc1lla Farthmg Nancy Burks Carolme Sullwan Patty Rogers Margaret John TOP ROW Mlchael Frantz Donald Lawson Donald Davls Howard Burks Charles Kmdall Larry Greene Junzor Ratterree Ronald Schultz Lmcoln Stone Franlue Davndson Donald Ratterree Bertha VonRentzell Teacher THIRD AND FOURTH GRADE ROOM Left to R1ght lst ROW Bermce Burks Cecha Rotzmger Barbara Burr Tommy Burks Russell Terry Junior Steck John Paul Txmbrook Jerry Carpenter Znd ROW Daryl Dlxon Charles Lee McN1sh Beverly Lawson Sandra Frantz Glen Carpenter Bennxe Carpenter Jimmy Burr Larry Byrd Jerry Sue Stapp Freddxe Swearengm TOP ROW Nolan Davis Lee Roy Tlmbrook Paul Barton Tommy Farthmg Charley Stone Josephme Stapp Ramona Moentnxsh Joanne Stapp Martha Steck Maude Byrd Teacher FIFTH AND SIXTH GRADE ROOM lst ROW Floyd Ray Burks Dwayne Lawson Paul Eggleston I..avonaRotzmger Rosalea Terry Chrxstme Baker Dons Jean Clouse Yvonne Burks Loren Harrxson Znd ROW Leona Holloway Carolyn Lea Nancy Hale Jerry Matney Beverly Estes Lou1se Burks Glenn Martm Donme Clouse A1v1nRagan Daryl Swearengm Bobby Brnggs James Sullwan TOP ROW Shxrley Posten Nlary Wh1te Sharon Brown Carol Hatten Carol Swearengm Goldie Barton Lela Stone Donald Harr1son Davnd Conley Dean Frantz Gary Black Steve Stone Joan Mack Teacher SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADE ROOM Left to R1ght lst ROW Lomse Bumgarner Uldena Kxlllan Donna Dxxon Kathleen Hargxs Bradley Burr Junnor Greene Robert Rethford Junior Brooks Jerry Nash Lawrence Burks Znd ROW Donald Byrd Ronald Watson Jlmrrne Clouse Robert Connett Dee Conley Gllbert Drxon Frances Jane Clouse Bonnie Swearengm Emily Rotzmger Pat Aton TOP ROW Scott W11l1amson James Stroud Donna Hale Gertha Barton Mae Davxs Vona Swearengm Norma Jane Swearengm Mary Ruth Stone Wilma Bumgarner Dorothy Cr1ster Ralpho Rhoades Teacher 35 : . . ' y . . , 1 , . , I . , . ' , . : . . I . , . , 1 ' . ' . . . , , . . , I . E : . , , . i , . , ' . y , . . . l , , . : . I . . , , y y . , . , . 2 . 1 ' I I I i . l . D 1 l 1 I . ' , . , l . D . D I , . Left to Right: : , , , ' , , . . ' . , , 3 , I 1 . , . , . ' . , . , . , . , . . : . , . , l , . , . , , . , . , , , . , . : . , . . ' . ' . , D . i D I I D z ' , . . ' , ' . . , , . . , . . 1 o : ' ' , . . . . Y . , . y , . I . Q I 0 THIRD AND FOURTH GRADE' ROOM Maude Byrd Teacher FIRST AND SECOND GRADE ROOM Bertha VonRent2.e11 Teacher 36 -QQ vw' bEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADE ROOM Ralpho Rhoades Teacher ln .L- 37 -I P'- me an-ef 'Q 8.4 fa , ' +4 ' .1 . s , , V1 W N rid V vw, NK I X V N"iw+.. ,Q , , . . , 3' . N , . , 4, 3 1 - t Q' . 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I Capital Stock 515,000.00 Surplus 59,000.00 Compliments Of Bdnkof Fordland Fordland M1ssour1 Member Of Federal Depos1t Insurance Complxments Of Baker Locker 81 Grocery To Class Of 1949 Frozen Foods Lockers Custom Butchermg Fordland Farmers Exchange Whole sale And Retazl Grocerles Flour Feed Seeds Sugar Fert1l11er Salt And Farm Supphes Fordland MISSOHTI Cash Buyers Of All Farm Produce Phone 10 I' I -n I I I I I ' Congratulations To Fordland High School The Finest In Womens Wear Savage Juliette Distinctive Apparel For Milady 312 South Avenue Springfield Missouri Phone 1694 Compliments Of Brentlenger Muller Garage And Marshall Auto Store Fordland Phone 74 Missouri Why Not Have Good Ones? Remember The Name Lytle Cn Photographs Stands For Quality Like Sterling On Silver Lytle Studlos 217 South Jefferson 6 Doors South Of Colonial Hotel Springfield MISSOUT1 . . , . . 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