Fort Knox High School - Eagle Yearbook (Fort Knox, KY)

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X 6 QTHE srmnxcmss N OF F HRT KNOX HIGH IN FUHT KNUXKENIUCKK PRUUUU PR ESE Q 'X 1 n K ' x WM Mmmm Q2 4 ' Earning money For the Yearbook A visif T0 Al9eb'0 H Discussing the Yearbook The Seniors in class In the Library . 5:4 i i Wx f ,U-fx 5555 1, J' it-, ,L fn. 5 , wil ,.,5, ffzgi wig Az., I 1: Between classes Deep Subiecf All work and no ploy All smiles K mmlmmmmsmmm IIDIIND X"--.. MR. HERSCHEL ROBERTS, Principal A,B, , M, A, Eastern State College Education and Physical Education MR, WILLIAM E, KINGSOLVER, Superintendent A,B, Franklin College M, A, Indiana University Education and History We wish to thank the Administrators and the Faculty who have made this year so pleasant. We have profited by your guidance. L MRS. BETTY IO WILSON School Secretary MR. THOMAS SALLENGS A. B, Western State College M.A. Western State College Science MRS. SALVATORE MATARAZZO A.B. Transylvania College M.A. Univegsity of Kentucky Mathematics MR. SA LVATORE MATARAZZO A.B. St. Mary's M.A. University of Kentucky Latin and Social Science MISS JASPER SCHLINKER A.B. Western State College Library Science and English MR. CARL WILLIAMS, Head Teacher A.B. Western State College Mathematics and Physics MISS MARY PICKFORD HINKLE A.B., M.A. University of Kentucky French and English MRS. LUCILE SALE B. M. Florida State College for Women Band MISS VERNA LEE STONE B. S. Western State College Physical Education and Science MISS MARION HIERS FLOYD A.B. Women's College of Furman University Social Science MISS EDYTHE LEE WELSH A,B. Western State College lv1.A. Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois Commerce and Biological Science MRS. KATHERINE MCGEHEE B.S. Western State College Music MR. GEORGE I. BERTRAM B. S. University of Louisville Physical Education and Health 3 1 . uni ' ,V 3 Aix A x Y. 'df .. 5457 ' 'FFT' .fem W W Y' 3 4 . Ski, , . S , M :sv 1 igx .f 'm A, . p . 7 ...uv .xx nw, K + .f ,K a 0 mffwxeiia wwf ,f an .31 'Y f-wife, W -wif g in AW: W X ZZ Q X f , ,- 1- ' Z1 jk--W 7 Smummaoms 1 ypzwdw JMD 0,,77'2,2!'v6L Jlmz, ,QW , ggi, 1-W ffvnafwf, 5'aA,u3,' J f'f2f,fa5'fdw',f M, 1 .x 'P' .xx x QA , 33. : AA x 'Q W' ' K X K u !x,7 'Q' gg . R' is ,, xu . .,. , ,.. x I ' X m . 5 ESL-1 , 5 by 5J.,,,.f'?H','Q,'.,'2 2" M 5 MQ? 7. I A , . rf . I . ,.x -1 ,K wai ,f' ". A ' ,,.g , ,ni . "" S 5. 4 " 'Q .w--. iff-Y . 1.1 , ,i - ' 'wh ' lg- Nff l l as ly- S 9 gwliwf ' f' A' LEONARD ROBERT CASEY Noblesvllle lnduono August 23 l932 lrls gurls everywhere but not o one for me . J ,, if-' l 'J 'K I I I 1 Q ,,G. . - 2. f " ' - " iff, . , gr- . ,Q-if TL n 'I A ,. N t V ' , u u .N , . NICKNAME Casey HOBBIES: Playing basketball and swimming FAVORITE SAYING: "Whadda ya say?" AMBITION: To go to O. C. S. PET PEEVE: Miss Schlinket 's English classes FRESHMAN JUNIOR SCHOOL: SCHOOL: Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- tucky. tucky. ACTIVITIES: ACTIVITIES: President of Class, Vice-President of TAHO, Class Play, Basketball, Sports Editor of Paper, and Glee Club. Sergeant-at-Arms, Iayvee Basketball, and Glee Club. SOPHOMORE SENIOR SCHOOL: SCHOOL: Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- tucky. tucky. ACTIVITIES: ACTIVITIES: President of Class, President of TAHO, and Basketball. Secretary of Class, Basketball, Director of Clan Play, and Glee Club. S 'I FFEYQ f , fgissgag , . I . K. :A A Z. ' JUDITH ELSIE CLARK Chicago Illmous NovemberI3 1933 Without Comment V vt. Q' 'in- 8' . ow 1:,, A I 'NL Q, I fx. 1 i . I ,A -WI in I qv . f " vi ' x . I ' f r ' fc ' 1. '- V' ' 1- , v 1 NW Y mil, 'tba fp.. 4: Wsf I ' I , ." .fi .1-,fly :QW1 ,i , V, ,, 4, .. 'fifffvfr I x 7'-. YZ? .11 ,yn .lr . . . 1 1 I ll ' Il .hz .l x i ' R , - - Eggs , A -jeg, X 'l :Ln I v , , , 1' NICKNAME: 'Iudy" HOBBIES: Drawing and reading FAVORITE SAYING: "Just between you and me. " AMBITION: Nurse PET PEEVE: People who don't appreciate my jokes F RE S H M A N sci-roois: , Lucy Flower Technical, Chicago, Illi- nois. Clara Barton Junior High School, Metuchen, New Jersey. ACTIVITIES: ' Class Secretary and School Paper Staff. S 0 P H O M O R E SCHOOL: New Brunswick Senior High School, New Brunswick, New Jersey. ACTIVITIES: Alpha Nu Gama, Teen-Age Club. JU N l O R SCHOOLS: New Brunswick Senior High School, New Brunswick, New Jersey. Lake View High School, Chicago, Illi- ,nois. ACTIVITIES: Camera Club, School Paper Staff, Teen- Age Club, and J.G. B.A. Club. S E N I O R SCHOOL: Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- rucky. ACTIVITIES: Class Play and Speech Club. x 'S na. ,- Egg i dsaqgvs. 251' .pig EYE Qi'-. i af N AAP A 1 FRANCIS THORNTON CORUM Madisonville Kentucky OctoberI3 1933 i Boom Boom ! Boom ff-- V? -' , -Y- Y. Q. E NICKNAME: "Stretch" HOBBIES: My band and getting into trouble FAVORITE SAYING: "Why surel" AMBIT ION: PET PEEVE: F RE S H M A N SCHOOL: Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- tucky. ACTIVITIES: Class Play and Band. S O P H O M O RE SCHOOL: Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- tucky. ACTIVITIES: Baseball Manager, Band, Glee Club, and "Dream Peddlers. " 18 To be a Kentucky Senator Women J U N I O R SCHOOL: Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- tucky. ACTIVITIES: Band, Glee Club, Debate Team, Base- ball Manager, "Dream Pedd1ers," and Class Play, S E N I O R SCHOOL: Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- tucky. ACTIVITIES: Baseball Manager, Band, "Dream Ped- dlers, " Debate Team, and Cheerleader. XS' L S' M vrrroafw V if Wi' Hd? 1-can 1 14-Q. f ...XX vin' fl BILLIE KRABERG CUNNINGHAM Hampton Vlrgmlo August 22 1933 NICKNAME: "William" oppy go Lucky V! G+ ,fu 1 ,,, A x f' 1 ..'1l'.'.R3s:-1:'lE' - 'I jug". v 'gkgnvf . 1 A E. Z . - 1 - I, j',1!yM'4a"'1F3-g,n.p . 'J fy ' v, I A" ' - 'fr .aghjfr .Ffa A +fgi?1"0.- fx. J' ' 'f - -' 2' "-.'. M .Jes .fe gh- fi-,fgp 255,-,,,,., A , ,qw gn, wp-gi . X' f-4 Eaey,,.,fa-ff,l:f,'A' Q T , . .qw-Lee-' --,.-1-.egg , -. M . , 'whkg' lp 2 JE, 1, ,lr , .E uxgs., A -.- -v ' -.Pax , . . . by 1 I I I lf? ,. nH n 'l HOBBIES: Dancing and Basketball FAVORITE SAYING: "Do tell. " AMBITION: To be a secretary PET PIEVE: Changing school F RE S H M A N SCHOOLS: Buckroe Junior High, Buckroe Beach, Vixginia. George Wythe Junior High, Hampton, Virginia. ACTIVITIES: Chorus and Band. S O P H O M O RE SCHOOL: Hampton High School, Hampton, Vir- ginia. ACTIVITIES: 1 Glee Club and Basketball. I U NIO R SCHOOLS: Hampton High School, Hampton, Vi:- ginia. Lakewood High School, Lakewood, Ohio. ACTIVITIES: Basketball and Glee Club. S E N IO R SCHOOLS: Lincoln High School, Cleveland, Ohio. FortKnox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- tucky. I9 1 JE? if .1f"3f P ,xx Z0 f U3 2' ?2i'Sr'ff5i fig, so ROBERT HENRY DAINE es Momes lowo June I2 1933 Oh those women 'S .figs . gay? , "N , 7, ' ' ' 'Q NICKNAME: "BOb" HOBBY: Saxophone FAVORITE SAYING: "Go1ly I " AMBITION: To become a band leader PET PEEVE: Questionnaires F RE S H M A N SCHOOLS: Smiley Junior High School, Denver, Colorado. Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- tucky. ACTIVITIES: Vice-President of the Class and News- paper Staff. S O P H O M O R E SCHOOL: Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- tucky. ACTIVITIES: Band, Golf, and Never Tardy or Absent. J U N I O R SCHOOL: Fort Knox High School, tucky. ACTIVITIES: Band, Golf, 'Dream Never Tardy or Absent. S E N I O R SCHOOL: Fort Knox High School, tucky. ACTIVITIES: Band, Golf, 'Dream Annual Staff. Fort Knox, Ken Peddlers, " an Fort Knox, Ken Peddlers, " an ml H mr ' l"'I3Y55ita. ,,-a p, .E if 'Va-'J in af' JERRY ME NNARS EPPERSON Cloverport Kentucky August 28 1931 'Everybody s p I , -.175 ' .ff , :abil X' s Tv!- 4. i ., ST-jig ' 't'i":?.1! I I ' I1 t :-'K' ' -K: ',- .'.' .,. X N 31 5 Hi, cffumi 1 ',.:r ,',,. ,, ff ,Q , , Y' ,, at . A 12:--: H I .asf 5- 1 ".,. g,-x fi-5 - '-.4"'5, 6 x A..,'f'2fr' -17451,-1,qEH.v3 , Q 3 , v 5+ ,, . ini -4 I I r : l n O NICKNAME: "Epps HOBBY: Girls FAVORITE SAYING: "You know it." AMBITION: To go to PET HEEVE: Big fum F RE S H M A N SCHOOL: Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- tucky. ACTIVITIES: Baseball, Basketball, and Student Coun- cil. S O P H O M O R E SCHOOL: Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- tucky. ACTIVITIES: Baseball, Basketball, and Student Coun- cil. college I U N I O R SCHOOL: Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- tucky. ACTIVITIES: Baseball, Basketball, and Student Coun- cil. S E N I O R SCHOOL: Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- tucky. ACTIVITIES: Baseball, Basketball, and President of Student Council. 'Sz :Q ,IF-T 34.21 ff Y W ,Q wwiwwyyg jfzfcgms f' 54' if-g2R,x'c fs 38" ELIZABETH HUTCHINSON EVANS Colon Panama September 25 1932 'Product of the charm school ' NICKNAME: "Liz" Y - . Q, 1 i giy' I - . '. . 'L V549 EB' ml? fi H 2312-..'l-h,' .V-171 ' ' 1 4 A f. , ' w f n, -fm,-. - ., , K , ,, .. , I AS'-9i'3"k.g'gf" , ,. 1 1. ffgfgg-ft, ,..F4'q,..1f3ift1,5Q,-.g, , N f N t ' 'XQX -rr' -..- ash Hs. 1' -1' v 525.4 .,'r..!'1' lf.--113.-rf' ,l 5545:-1-pin," -'-.1 . ,..A f . 'xw - V .' 4, ,. -tq, -jar? f f 'V ' Zi , .Af .V ' 1 lag SAE' f girl I I I ,- I n I iz X ZZ I ' I ' ' V HOBBIES: Acting, golf, foreign bills, and I-'renchlead figures FAVORITE SAYING: "Don'tlooknow, maybe it'l1 goaway. " AMBITION: To be a stage actress and to improve in golf ET PEEVE: Garlic F R E S I-I M A N SCHOOL: American School of Paris, Paris, France. ACTIVITIES: Class Play and Honor Roll. S O P H O M O RE SCHOOL: Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- tucky. ACTIVITIES: I-'ort Knox Little Theatre Group, Golf Tournaments, and Art Editor of Class Paper. I U N I O R SCHOOL: Fort Knox High School, FortKnox, Ken- tucky. ACTIVITIES: Fort Knox Little Theatre Group, Golf, Art Editor and Reporter for the School Paper. S E N I O R SCHOOL: Fort Knox High School, I-'ort Knox, Ken- tucky. ACTIVITIES: Fort Knox Little Theatre Group, Golf, Art Editor of the Annual, and Art Editor of the School Paper. Tfw Y wt -Zh. do " w " ...aff SU WMI LE NORA ROSE FULLE RTON 2- evq, Benton Kentucky August'l8 1933 ' Quuet and always there' A, ,- 4. fjffifh: fl! 'TI O Z :v rn' In rn nn: off' S91 'gmc 02 emu: -'----o 5-xwog ""4':"' Z v-405 UEOXO va-,zmob -u'-lxfzuffo m'-If-'YETZ 'G"'4k'2 7' E45 xg.. m ,,..x-I , I . geo? fs' 'rf F23 sc' if 5 S Fi 4, . 'Tl 2 Q Q gg CD if 5' CD 1-1 m f: 5 225 2' af ng 3110 09, gmc on-eg:-'QW is-4E:O5U Q'-l.f"::':T 'U'-I.f':E' -.Avg gg'-4-3 Q." -4 Ei E ' E Q 'E OS' U3 5 5 5 o 8 :-' 4- "7 '11 3 5. K 7: 3 5 3' 3' 5 ZF 5' 5' NICKNAME: "Lenny" HOBBIES: Collecting glass ornaments and swimming FAVORITE SAYING: "Oh, crumb!" AMBIT ION: Housewife PET PEEVE: Conceited people , - ' I h r, , 1 271, k.. . ' 'I C Ks' - 'lf ' Zh:- , '4 ' -sr.. .I 'Ts 114'-, . -aff- ' -57343 I ye we -IME! J riff! me-I 1 'ng' ' : :gif- - 1',jrfi oh. , -.th 1 . -,'v, . ,, r -1 - fri? ' f! Q V? if - - 'S' . 4 . fs '-95? I . 1 I -.VL 1 ew . -, - 7. ' 1 V , . -f ,1- 3" ' v"' ' YQQQ R , . Q 55.5-' ',,jf.:." V I . ,553 'T ,' QL' 47' .f.., .- ,Q ,.,- f i MK 'Lg Z, 9 ',i,.Q,5xQ,v?1!f'?','-T A Z3 I i 43 Kofi? M' .EEN Wim gag Aww is , lf, 14 57,- , Tl MARGARET ALICE GERARD New York New York June 8 1933 So little to soy NICKNAME: "Peggy" HOBBIES: Reading, drawing, photography, horses, dogs, and traveling FAVORITE SAYING: "Oh, yeah!" AMBITION: To be a journalist or a veterinarian PET PEEVE: Conceited people, inconsiderate people, and bull-headed people FRESHMAN JUNIOR SCHOOL: SCHOOL: Evander Chi1d's High School, New York, Evander Chi1d's High School, New York, New York. New York. ACTIVITY: ACTIVITIES: Book Exp1orer's Club. President of Book Explorer's Club, School Paper, and Music Club. SOPHOMORE SENIOR SCHOOL: SCHOOL: Evander Chi1d's High School, New York, Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- New York. tucky. ACTIVITY: ACTIVITY: President of the Book Exp1orer's Club. School Paper. 5 35 5 I. ,, ROSINA MARY THERESA HABERLY XE Philip, South Dcukofo, January 4, 1933 "Never o word" , i 11,55 4. ,Q . ' efri 4. if? NICKNAME: "Rosie" it " U g I HOBBIES: Knitting and collecting jewelry FAVORITE SAYING: "Ho1y cow." AMBITION: To be a success PET PEEVE: Homework FRESHMAN JUNIOR SCHOOL: SCHOOL: Saint Martin's Academy, Sturgis, South Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- Dakota. tucky. ACTIVITIES: ACTIVITY: Softball, Band, and Glee Club. Glee Club. SOPHOMORE SENIOR SCHOOL: SCHOOL: Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- tucky. tucky. ACTIVITY: ACTIVITY: Glee Club. Class Play. P2-W 224 'ga-4 vtah wt Y, I' if at Jeff' uf- 'TLQQ Y rw fa", i " ' : EDWIN CARLTON HOLT orf Knox Kentucky October 22, 1933 "Keep em flying ,. JS A if if' '5 . - if , w , -.., . A .:' . G f' t1,' A! 741, , .frf : . - --- . M . .., ' . ,I A ,Q , . ' " Idg- - .C 'Fei fwfr" " -' ' :if L, l A' 56" "Q .fr 6 ' 7 ugly.. ,, . . F I I 5 I ll 'I 2.6 NICKNAME: "Ed" HOBBY: Anything that flies FAVORITE SAYING: "That bad, huh?" AMBITION: "To become a pilot in the best Air Force in the World" PET PEEVE: Ties and the Navy FRESHMAN JUNIOR SCHOOL: SCHOOL: Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken tucky. tucky. ACTIVITIES: ACTIVITIES: Basketball, Baseball, and Class Play. Student Council and Basketball. SOPHOMORE SENIOR SCHOOL: SCHOOL: Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken tucky. tucky. ACTIVITIES: ACTIVITIES: Student Council and Basketball. Student Council and Annual Staff. 7, .5 L Yglairx I I: g tx , . , ,- ,-T - fx. 213-g',V'4.,,': . 'F - ...gf 4'-4 . MARGARET ANN HOWELL Ellzaberhrown Kentucky December 28 1932 Bloncllel Oh Blondie!" 'Mx Q' Pi' 0' if . Iubafffg, fav' ni ly A -M '11 I 1 N I X . Q me ,el W 5 . V K 'L' Q ,A B' Yu ' Iliff? v r ' M n 1 -3 1- J -' " 4, NX l,3gf,v'-5 F1 all 1 1 A .a,,7-,s wf 1- M iw. '? -A as-tgps: .. ' S-1 ' 'fal l H" T" LP V' W X'l' 4-1 , -.wi " -. U . ' I I I ., ,, - . A., , 'X - " 4 4,4 . ' ' wil: ' -X wi., NICKNAME: "Marg" HOBBIES: Tom and cheerleading FAVORITE SAYING: "Hi Hon." AMBITION: To take care of Tom PET PEEVE: Nosy people FRESHMAN JUNIOR SCHOOL: SCHOOL: Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- tucky. tucky. ACTIVITIES: A CTIVITIES: Glee Club and Girls' League. Glee Club and Typist for School Paper. SOPHOMORE SENIOR SCHOOL: SCHOOL: Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- tucky. tucky. A CT IVITIES: A CTIVITIES: Glee Club and Class Play. Secretary of the Senior Class, Typist for Annual, Typist for School Paper and Cheerleader. 27 . ' . 5iW-'i , wt .4 .4 - Y b '., f.r:T?' , - W A, M ,. il Y .4192 Lf- ' H' A gf?-. .ff 5. .. U IVAN HENRY HOWITZ, JR. Fort Benning, Georgia, Moy 27, 1933 "l don'f know. " if -1. , '22 NICKNAME: HOBBY: Driving between Louisville-and Fort Knox FAVORITE SAYING: "I don't know. " AMBITION: To be a bus driver between Louisville and Fort Knox PET HSEVE: Teachers FRESHMAN JUNIOR SCHOOL: SCHOOL: Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken tucky. tucky, ACTIVITY: ACTIVITY: Class Skit. Member of Student Council. SOPHOMORE SENIOR SCHOOL: SCHOOL: Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken tucky. tucky, ACTIVITY: ACTIVITIES: Manager of Basketball Team. Member of Student Council and Snap shot Editor on the Annual Staff. NICKNAME: "Lu" HOBBY: Goofing off FAVORITE SAYING: "Hi, you all. " AMBITION: To get on the honor roll PET HEEVE: Solemn people F RE S H M A N SCHOOL: Munich High School, Munich, Germany. S O P I-I O M O R E SCHOOL: Munich High School, Munich, Germany. ACTIVITY: Newspaper Reporter. JL ,tin Qlivgai-ca f 'fa SE' Qi LUCY HUDSON Fort Blass Texas November I9 1933 Aw Joel " , x I . I T -X , 'T Mm --. f wi' - 'W 7 175 3, I " 32. '-'rg-. Q.. -.X .LJ ,P -f 'l ,i ,Paz ,H - A g , . sh ,.. wr - J.,-E. Y f,, :' -P . I, , V ggagwfl. 4 N- ' '1" :.,3f3 ' rv Hi: -'S Q.. -, -. A ., .-q -vy. ' ' I A.. ., Lf! - .45 -1-A-2. I ' ' ' ,. H". r X In L . I I I ll I U N I O R SCHOOL: Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- rucky. ACTIVITIES: Paper Staff and Class Play. S E N I 0 R SCHOOL: Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- rucky. ACTIVITIES: Paper staff, Snapshot Editor of the Annu- al, Secretary of TAHO, and Fort Knox Junior Red Cross Member. l V - 3" " r- ,. -fl ,,v, w g . .- Ai. In fl .ls qqqig .. will Y P A-Igg h ' I" -ig" 'I I 4 F 'S' 5. HARRY WARREN JOHNSON, JR. QE Chattanooga, Tennessee, August 29, 1933 -1 "Can't be beat" " ' ri- .t . 7 22' MCKNAME: "Gus" HOBBIES: Hunting and swimming FAVORITE SAYING: "Lost my head." AMBITION: Army Officer PET PEEVE: Homework FRESHMAN JUNIOR SCHOOL: SCHOOL: Frankfurt High School, Frankfurt, Get- Heidelberg High School, Heidelberg, many. Germany. ACTIVITIES: ACTIVITIES: Glee Club and School Play. President of Class, Treasurer of Student Council, Secretary-Treasurer of Letter- mans' Club, Football, Board of Gover- nors for Teen-Age Club, and Honor So- ciety. SOPHOMORE SENIOR SCHOOL: SCHOOL: Heidelberg High School, Heidelberg, Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- Germany, tucky. ACTIVITIES: ACTIVITIES: Student Council and Football. Treasurer of Class and Annual Staff. 30 IPI? . ,,, - We 'fbi' rw M' Kiwis: S if N ' " aff ? 592' if ALEXANDER RONALD MACDONALD Fort Blass Texcs August 7 1933 L ftle Corpor l" . I' fl, . -.sf - P .eb PY- , NICKNAME: "Skippy" HOBBIES: Horseback riding and swimming - 'cs FAVORITE SAYING: "Shoot, I don't know .. AMBITION: To become an army officer PET PEEVE: Grade school math, stop signs, and M. P. 's FRESHMAN JUNIOR SCHOOL: SCHOOL: Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- tucky. rucky. ACTIVITIES: ACTIVITIES: Basketball, Vice-President of Class, TAHO, President of Chi Rho Club, Presi- dent of Explorer Post I28, and Junior Play. Basketball, President of Chi Rho Club, and Class Play. SOPHOMORE SENIOR SCHOOL: SCHOOL: Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- tucky . tucky, ACTIVITIES: ACTIVITIES: Basketball, Chillho Club, and Class Play. Basketball, Vice-President of Class, Vice-President of TAHO, President of Explorer Post 128, and Annual Staff, 31 . I , A ' ',, - ' , :V - "5 Egger: H Q::i,g.:ar1,:- ,Q :Q , X. ' if: . ff . r, f ' Z hi", , C f gf' .3 ' ' -, f W. may . 1-Q ,ul " f-4, ' ' E' 1 " A' .M JOHN CHARLES MACDONALD, JR. Fort Riley, Kansas, November 7, 1929 "Quiet and oh, so dependable" 1' if f , T. NICKNAME: "Scotty" HOBBY: Swimming FAVORITE SAYING: "Aw, heckl" AMBITION: To join the army PET PEEVE: Trouble with my car FRESHMAN JUNIOR SCHOOL: SCHOOL: ' Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- tucky. tucky. ACTIVITY: ACTIVITIES: Glee Club Secrenary of Class, Junior Play, and Glee Club. SOPHOMORE SENIOR SCHOOL: SCHOOL: Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- tucky. tucky. ACTIVITY: ACTIVITIES: Glee Club. Manager of "Coke" Concessions and Class Play. 32. IZ' war . '35-af, THOMAS TONY MASKALIC K 'Can anyone fe ch me how to drive?" NICKNAME: "Tom" ic 'fe F' x HOBBIES: Cars and baseball FAVORITE SAYING: "l don't care. " AMBITION: To be a construction engineer PET EEVE: Pelton's driving E RE s 1-I M A N i SCHOOL: Manual Training High School, Indian- apolis, Indiana. ACTIVITIES: Baseball and Class Play. S 0 P H O M 0 R E SCHOOL: Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- tucky. ACTIVITY: Baseball. JUNIOR SCHOOL: Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- tucky. ACTIVITY: Baseball. SENIOR SCHOOL: Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- tucky. ACTIVITIES: Baseball and Basketball Manager. "hx af' ,ak whgvfk If N if., 171115: A ' ' . 15v1ff4i?fRztj" 'J '1 , .--.i' lvl' h I ' ' "'x3f'g-'- .9 Y ,fa W ' ,' . ' ff.: V : www: :,.+..f 41 v b-vivkklb I..-"v' 'L ,'-tx -1. . 'gffvs Indianapolis, Indiana, December 21, 1931 ap: I C ' 151: 33 C' w5.,"' 'tx N aa iflglim 4 ,, mf' if Nfl' H34 JJ", Wu 'PEP x fi 1-'fifiirh 'Cf 'sam PATRICIA ANNE MEYER West Pomf New York June I0 1934 Better late than never' iff' If H +, 7..' I I ' .P , ' A NICKNAME: "Pat" HOBBIES: Sleeping and writing letters FAVORITE SAYING: "What a kill." AMBITION: To catch up on my letters and to get the car PET PEEVE: People who don't meet deadlines F RE S H M A N SCHOOL: Yokohama Ja pan. ACTIVITIES: Basketball, Paper Staff, Annual Staff, Honor Society, and Mariners. High School, Yokohama, SOPHOMORE SCHOOL: Yokohama High School, Yokohama, Japan. ACTIVITIES: National Honor Society, Paper Staff, Annual Staff, Spanish Club, Library Club, Glee Club. I U N I O R SCHOOL: Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- tucky. ACTIVITIES: Editor of the School Paper and Glee Club. S E N I O R SCHOOL: Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- tucky. A CT IVITIES: Editor of the School Paper and Red Cross. I I4?'?2:it-'iI, 'f?z?v. -I . A -11 md: l W ,Q , - IM, ' J, ,V 5523E'324w'iv . ,, J: B " J IAZTYWLG'-- ' Elly? filet? MARGARET LOUISE NAUERT Fort Mc Kinle Maine Ma 8 1933 yr l Y I "Genuine, sincere - always will have a friend. " . .AQ ' ' 'K ' 1,1n7f'zf NICKNAME: "Peggy" ' " ' " -' I HOBBY: Collecting pennants FAVORITE SAYING: "Ain't it awful?" AMBITION: To become a secretary ET EEVE: Work F RE S H M A N SCHOOL: Balboa High School, Balboa, Canal Zone. ACTIVITIES: Inter-Scholastic Swimming, Chess and Checker Club, and G.A.A. S O P H 0 M 0 R E SCHOOLS: Balboa High School, Balboa, Canal Zone. Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- tucky. ACTIVITIES: Inter-Scholastic Swimming, Chess and Checker Club, and G.A.A. J U N I O R SCHOOL: Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- tucky. ACTIVITIES: Typist for Newspaper and Usherette for Concerts. S E N I O R SCHOOL: Fort Knox tucky. High School, Fort Knox, Ken- ACTIVITIES: Typist for Annual and Newspaper. V 1 A ' fill. I 1 gin-srlq!-yy . , ' ' ' f- egg-w , ., ' i153,g,"1-"'. ' . ' . . SUE LEWIS OMERA Georgetown Kentucky NovemberI2 1932 "Sweet and down to-earth NICKNA ME Susie I L I I I . - ll Y 1 1-if I ' J- ' in . JV, I ,. -ug: , ' , l n Y , ' , n .1 ' -' ' - S I I rr - ' 1 n HOBBIES Cheerleadmg and collectmg things FAVORITE SAYING: No luddrn I AMBITION: To go to college and to be a personal secretary PET FEEVE: To forget F R E S H M A N SCHOOL: Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- tucky. ACTIVITIES: Captain of Freshman Girls' Basketball Team and Glee Club. S O P H O M O RE SCHOOL: Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- tucky. ACTIVITIES: Cheerleader, Candidate for Queen of Hearts, Member of Gir1s'League, Sports Editor of Sophomore Paper, and Glee Club. J U N I 0 R SCHOOL: FortKnox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- tucky. ACTIVITIES: Cheerleader, Attendant to Queen of Hearts, Fort Knox Representative to Girls' State, President of Speech Club, Treasurer of Junior Class, Member of G.A.A., Honor Roll, Junior Play, Presl- dent of C.Y.F., andCo-Sports Editor of School Paper. S E N I O R SCHOOL: Fort Knox High School, Fat Knox, Ken- tucky. ACTIVITIES: Treasurer of TAI-IO, Red Cross, Co-Edi- IO! of Annual, Paper Staff, and Cheer- leading Captain. X - gd 'Gil ' In .-' " QF 'sw' " " ' .: ,-.I ,Q A ' T 3? HERBERT JOHN PE LTON ia, 5 Chieo, Texas, November 12, 1932 ig "Yes, Your Honor! " ff - I ' b' M I . -'S' NICKNAME: "Herby" ' - A 5 HOBBIES: Driving carefully and basketball X Q A s FAVORITE SAYING: "You know 1:1 " ' ' AMBITION: To be a Doctor PET PEEVE: Lectures FRESHMAN JUNIOR SCHOOL: SCHOOL: Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- tucky. tucky. ACTIVITIES: ACTIVITIES: Treasurer of Class, Basketball, and Class Play, Basketball, and Latin Club. Class Play. SOPHOMORE SENIOR SCHOOL: SCHOOL: Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- tucky. tucky. ACTIVITIES: ACTIVITIES: Class Play and Basketball. Class Play and Basketball. 37 NAQEZ'-N H4463 :quiz fi' N CV 1 Ji 54 " 'I' - . ' de' 'f-V+? 5 , V A ,A 25.1.31 ,ff C- w y. .311 Q f":'r: ' I .. 'Y G-GH'-1 -' , 1 -. , .H . ' . I ' If Eid?-4 .ws 1 ,QV ,,5..' X 2,,3A:Jo9-55"vS5.' " ' ' ' .w -- - .44 -'V' - !4i"5f'1-Qs" ' 'fv.1'.'.,,4 1 1 L fl ,Ric Y if T 3.- ' " 3. -J' if nl' I O vi 4 . ' I 1 Q -- - - e' ' . , -K 38 fs: :INN IRVIN SYLVESTER RIDER JR Woshmgton D C October 3 1933 All In o world of has own" C fc' r- 4 'MS- ,Lk x 7 NICKNAME: "Irv" HOBBIES: Hunting and motorcycles FAVORITE SAYING: "You know it. " AMBITION: To get into the Army FET PEEVE: M. P. 's FRESHMAN JUNIOR SCHOOL: SCHOOL: Hanover Junior High School, Hanover, Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken Pennsylvania . tucky. ACTIVITIES: Class Play SOPHOMORE SENIOR SCHOOL: SCHOOL: Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- tucky. tucky. ACTIVITY: President of Speech Club. 1 . tu, , 3' ' LL ' ma, ,N ,W -, 7 1 ,525-if .5 L . - . L N.'-, f y, -, b , .E x ' JOSE PH FRANCIS PAUL ROACH ' Carlisle, Pennsylvania, October 24, l932 "Where's my starch?" ' , laffw, KF N H I- . fi' NICKNAME: "Joe" HOBBY: Dating Lucy FAVORITE SAYING: "That's for the blrds. " AMBITION: To own a pool room PET PEEVE: Going to school FRESHMAN JUNIOR SCHOOL: SCHOOLS: Carlisle High School, Carlisle, Pennsyl- Frankford High School, Philadelphia, vania. Pennsylvania. Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- tucky. ACTIVITIES: ACTIVITIES: Football, Basketball, Baseball, Track, Football and Baseball. and Vice-President of Class. SOPHOMORE SENIOR SCHOOL: SCHOOL: Carlisle High School, Carlisle, Pennsyl- Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- vania. tucky. ACTIVITIES: ACTIVITIES: Football, Basketball, Baseball, Track, and President of Class. Basketball, Baseball, and Class Play. 'Q--r PM-32.5 Q ,Tx vi .4 fs rv .,,.,,a iviuf' .wig Q51 ,Q of ., 21 QW! 459 gs-f""X 'fi-f -'i 4 EDITH PEARL ROBERTS Fort Sheridan Illlnors July I9 1933 No Other Love" fl .QI lp 'Rs f NICKNAME: "Ed1e" , S . , .-'W ' I t qiQf,lZ,:5j.. . :,r:-3- , , l -..,e .-:'.,x5f2."- ' E f iv M I. ,W , .f- ,. gc A Y ., ex,-fr xi, . V :pg I .. rf. Til. . ' ': ,f:v.Qa?if'!.xrv:-si? L-I ' - ,. . , . 4, , hr, A ,,1Y5-" Suk' 1 , wg- ' 'i 'fi' , , E 4 - 1' . . . 1' T ' I I I .' W u HOBBY: Collectlng salt and pepper shakers FAVORITE SAYING: "You know that's so" AMBITION: To be true to Jerry PET PEEVE: Two-faced people F RE S H M A N SCHOOL: Fort Knox.High School, Fort Knox, Ken- tucky ACTIVITIES: Girls' League and Glee Club. S O P H O M O R E SCHOOL: Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- tucky, I U N I O R SCHOOL: Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- tucky. ACTIVITY: Typist for School Paper. S E N I O R SCHOOL: Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- tucky. ACTIVITIES: Annual Staff and Production Manager of School Paper. A ,+L u P I 1 AN Marek, , fiffx . .w,,,.,-F.. ,, - - , V l I ,Fv,r,1, -' A In U m .-3?-ff I NICKNAME: "Trudy" ' GERTRUDE LOUISE MARY JOSEPHINE ROUILLE Chicago Illinois January 23 1933 Ever true" taxa. H " X. - ,L HQ .vi HOBBIES: Writing letters and arguing with my father over English " FAVORITE SAYING: "That's okay, honey. " AMBITION: To be a success in whatever Ichoose for my future PET PEEVE: Impatient people and studying for exams F RE S H M A N SCHOOL: Lake Forest High School, Lake Forest, Illinois. ACTIVITIES: Guppies Swimming Club, Hockey Team, French Club, and Lake Forest Girls Association. S O P H O M O R E SCHOOL: Lake Forest High School, Lake Forest, Illinois. Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- tucky. ACTIVITIES: Guppies Swimming Club, Hockey Team, Lake Forest Girls' Association, and Class Paper. J U N I O R SCHOOL: Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- tucky. ACTIVITIES: School Paper, Treasurer of Chi Rho Club, and Class Play. S E N I O R SCHOOL: Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- tucky. ACTIVITIES: Annual Staff, School Paper, and Secre- tary-Treasurer of Chi Rho Club. I, 41 , I . . ' v is . : -Q' . - A .V W 4, , W ,fi " .- ll u: . Ii, S" f 1 - I CARLYN JENETTE SCHNEIDEWIND Detroit, Michigan, August 29, 1933 "Sophisticated lady" ' ' if NICKNAME: "Windy" HOBBIES: Music and traveling FAVORITE SAYING: "I wou1dn't be too sure of that. " AMBITION: To marry and have a home and family ET PEEVE: Show-offs FRESHMAN JUNIOR SCHOOL: SCHOOL: Correspondence Course through the Uni- Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken versity of Michigan. tucky. ACTIVITY: Glee Club. SOPHOMORE SENIOR SCHOOL: SCHOOL: Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken tucky. lucky. ACTIVITY: ACTIVITY: Glee Club. Glee Club. HM, ,-R, 553-15525: -, V' 1. . A - ,af'Qe.f'5 . 4, ' , , A -. ft-Figggg e k t . R -...fl-X' '- ,.ag-15 'Q:s, g Wm y ,, x, HENRIETTA VERONICA STAPLES Burlington, Vermont, March 23, 1932 "The lady with c horn" M X NICKNAME: "Penne: ' - . , A I HOBBIES: Driving the family car and practicing my trumpet FAVORITE SAYING: "Man, Iclue you." AMBITION: To study music PET PEEVE: Getting traffic tickets F RE S H MA N SCHOOLS: Morey Junior High School, Lowell, Massachusetts. Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- tucky. ACTIVITY: Glee Club. S O P H O M O R E SCHOOLS: Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- tucky. Lowell High School, Lowell, Massa- chusetts. ACTIVITY: Band. JUNIOR SCHOOL: Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- tucky. ACTIVITY: Band. S E N I O R SCHOOL: Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- tucky. ACTIVITIES: Band and Annual Staff. 43 .4 Qfqigvty V' .g i , f" 1 A V 'f uvhm iaelatt - ' ' I J f- ' KENNETH RAYMOND STEINBACHER South Haven, Michigan, July 23, 1933 5'-:Cz , , "Full of ambition" ,N V, , . 1 Q , - 'Y7 if Www: 44 NICKNAME: "Ken" HOBBIES: Photography and composing music FAVORITE SAYING: "If there is no time, I'll make time. " AMBITION: To become famous in the music world PET PEEVE: People who ridicule the symphony when not know what they are talking about they do FRESHMAN JUNIOR SCHOOL: SCHOOL: Lawton Junior High School, Lawton, Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- Oklahoma. tucky. ACTIVITIES: ACTIVITIES: Honor Society and Violinist. Glee Club and Honor Roll. SOPHOMORE SENIOR SCHOOL: SCHOOL: Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- tucky. tucky. ACTIVITIES: ACTIVITIES: Glee Club and Honor Roll. Co-editor of the Annual and Member of the American Guild of Organists. 4. 1 , , . . ,avail 4 '-1 , '1 LEONARD RAY STEVENS ssl' Beaver Dam, Kenfucky, April 26, 1931 -A "When I get ready" A' I . Q ji ffm, 'ri 5164, NICKNAME: "Red" HOBBY: Driving his car FAVORITE SAYING: "Bless your pointed little head, " AMBITION: To be a "Class A" hobo FRESHMAN JUNIOR SCHOOL: SCHOOL: Fort Knox Hlgh School, Fort Knox, Ken- Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- tucky, tucky. ACTIVITIES: ACTIVITIES: Basketball and Baseball. Basketball and Baseball. SOPHOMORE SENIOR SCHOOL: SCHOOL: Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- tucky. tucky. ACTIVITIES: ACTIVITIES: Basketball and Baseball. Basketball and Baseball. 45 s . . - CH' . 'l.'Q3ilg3-qQ'TdF'S'f', . H 1' ' , L - ' ' r . . -wi. S I of-f " - ' efefwe'f" ' ' it if V 4' ."1 -lf' JOSEPHINE SZABO 8575 Brackiffvil le, Texas, April 8, 1933 I uBe 1. ll 5 C rue unto yourself. ttf ' -5- - I NICKNAME: "Jo" HOBBIES: Dancing and collecting little China dogs FAVORITE SAYING: "Hi there!" HST PEEVE: People who mind everybody's business but their ovxm FRESHMAN JUNIOR SCHOOL: SCHOOL: W. K. Kellogg Junior High, Battle Creek, Central High School, Battle Creek, Michigan. Michigan. ACTIVITIES: ACTIVITIES: G.A.A. and Gym Demonstration. Nursing Club, Science Club, Student Council Alternate, and Class Treasurer. SOPHOMORE SENIOR SCHOOL: SCHOOL: Central High School, Battle Creek, Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- Michigan. tucky. ACTIVITIES: ACTIVITY: G.A.A,, Science Club, and Horseback Class Play 46 Riding Club. A Y' .1154 ""s-:Pl X. my N, , 'Wt sw fe sI'e'I,.t.-pf? ,ag-'Stu MARY AGNES TAYLOR Woburn Massachusetts September? 1933 NICKNAME: "Mar" I hate boysl - :iii ' - 3'-4' , ., 1:35. . N 4. A -rr 94 Miijlfhyx 'Q v Cr 2'- A tn, . T"'3'if1. r .1 I 1.11 , nw. . 5 Q . ' -. I' - V ' ff- M - " if 'K sa . "A 2 .wi 1 3,4 ' ny, .f ' 3,0 .151-U , 'I ',": asf? 13.5, ' 7 L-gi, r -1-sec '-,i',gx'vg. '47 H V -"2 ., 4,-j 1-f in vm. -an ' I I I 'Y ? ll ll tg . r HOBBIES: Collecting friends and enjoying life FAVORITE SAYING: "We're through - - finishedl" AMBITION: To make my mother proud of me PET PEEVE: Those who don't leave well enough alone F RE S H M A N SCHOOL: Pacific Grove High School, Pacific Grove, California. ACTIVITIES: Class Play, Newspaper, Basketball, Table Tennis, a.nd Soccer. S O P H O M 0 RE SCHOOL: South Hadley High School, South Had- ley Massachusetts. ACTIVITIES: Class Play, Press Bureau, Newspaper, Speech, and Dramatics. JU NIO R SCHOOL: South Hadley High School, South Had- ley, Massachusetts. ACTIVITIES: Press Bureau, Newspaper, Speech, Dra- matics Club Treasurer, Basketball, and Talent Show. S E N I O R SCHOOL: Fort Knox High School, Fort Knox, Ken- tucky. ACTIVITIES: Annual Staff and Basketball. 47 I Q i I I' Mehr' is W' , --1733514 fe MLK' f4,2hsfkQfss:5? '55, -1 iz is f SX ff Mx G X W Wififm vf 5 I x -X , S 5 5 gif'-fc XY r L . tIA.lSE.S Illkilkfi'-illf .K A I ,I U A 1 A li ' : P I2 A u Ai I H S PEA-SE' X x Mmnnlmmms m Ziff fwwffgfj' ,Xa-fffff jf I lfU'll0l' C6154 Af' Lcerd E xsofd . 'mm PRES X1 HQ 92 QYXSX Wllma Bryant TREASURER X1 C? Jean Thomas SECRETARY Philip Rlgrlsh 14. csfend c 0 fc- E-P1e55,5gQ Nr lf SERGEANT-AT-ARMS Virginia Alford Geraldine Allbright Bonnie Brown .ask ,Aer ,V YQ. mm? Leora Burke Barbara Buftermore Frederick Coofs Rose Le De Gregorio Louise Foster Wilma Bryant Mary Ellen Funk Shirley Holt Joyce Hutchins G lenda King Ruth Maddox Barbara Morgan Edward Musgrove James Musgrave Helen Johnson I .M 'f 5, Q ,ff vs- -P , -'jwgfwf -xv,-as , -4, 1 7 W5 -'22 515531-S wa. Milk V ,N .. 7 ? Ja ..,. gg 7??'i Sf-Q Aa J, p n .X Q ef. Q , mi igwgwwgg 1 JM 2 4 .1 S' mm in x K , X A :,1:mg'If: Wi , f 4 Lf-an ' ' E fl '4 . Vi, X ,, . vi, S X a 2 x 1- 15? '2ns"A2,,.' xii .-N. l 1, 54 " Q K 5 521. ' N55 QR KN-N X .4.. X ,M .sf,,.., L .. W, . . ,Q 4 Q,- ., i 1 3-Eggirgg-, Busy Joe? 2975 - .5 l ust ah? Seniors of 52 551941 e ' Widf fk, nf ,inf-Q?-Nszwpi Q . ". if y , .,,, Aw, , um 5. 45' 9 . 3, fe - Wi ' fa ' r 'g W- 1 f- ,fun-NA V knwauiii' 'A " '. F' Q Valentine-I 9' fi 3,9 0l'l'l0l'0 gfclriri Diane Radke PRESIDENT .E 'Q-, my Joyce Carrico Laura Lee Fullerton VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY-TREASURER 57 UMW A T 1 -vnu-ng-1 Carroll Berry Glen Brown Joyce Ccrrico 3,9 0l'l'l ored Betty Combs Norma Curtis Sally Evans 58 Phyllis Ferry Roy Fryxell Laura Lee Fullerton NSZIQ 0l'I'l0I'eJ Robert Hammock James Howell Stanley Howey -PS'-aw Robert Lcnsfield Bob Mcskolick Jerry Moyers .8210 0l'I'l ored Alice 0'Mero Diane Rodke James Regan 60 Margaret Renshaw Mary Ritchie Thomas Roberts ,SZIO 0l'l'l ored Billy Schwing Joan Skibba Noami Smith 5' 1-Saw! at jredahlan R r NNN! Reginald Brown PRESIDENT Avalene'King R R rr V rgoyiadmes . TREASURER ' y1,::E+gaEs1DENr NOT PICTURES A p Jimrhy JoeCosey4 RSERGEANT-AT-+ARMS R q r R' Chqrlotte Parker , R 7 R SECRETARY R Gay Barnes r R Joe Felber aaa R cworifed j l'Q15Al'l'ldl'l C 64:56 7 Q 'sei FIRST ROW: Ha Hood, Mary Curtis Smith, Judy Yawn. SECOND ROW:Jane Szabo, Janice Simonson, Virginia Popwell, John Tomaselli, Jerry Wicker, Jim Casey, Ernest Fleming, Eldon Ewing. THIRD ROW: Joe Bill Schutlz, James Barrington, George Combs, David Ullman, James Boone, Mr. Williams, Robert Larkin, "Kaye" Kincaid, Larry Stotts. NOT PICTURED: James Beams. zel Miller, Billie Pearl Brigman, Patsy Perry, Gwynne Lewis, Beth 63 jl'Q.'5Al'l'lCU'L 05:5 Q ,Q E J., Q ia ROW- Charlotte Parker, Diane DeGiacomo, Avalene King, Gay Barnes, Virgin SECOND ROW: Carolyn Brown, May Belle Goularte, Mary Voss, Patricia Ritchie, Barbara Cribbs, Betty Musgrove. 1 Brown, Frederick Quarterman, Ray- D James Wendorf, Sally Cooper FIRST . Cooke. Rigrish, , Samue PICTURE : ' Dorothy , Rice, Mary Margaret Reece, Barbara THIRD ROW: Miss Hinkle, Joesph Felber mond Paulson, Reginald Brown, James Butcher. NOT Harrold, Barbara Dukette, Norma King, Norman King, Shirley Howitz, 64 QAM giucze C6155 Omceral Suzanne Kendall TREASURER Obbie Fryxell John Davis PRESIDENT TREASURER 64155 auorifed Tihomas Riggs Patricia Hayes cfiglfk Qu 0 hnson, Nora Jean Combs, Pearl Huitt, Barbara Ritchie, Jean Pad- verly Ritchie, Patsy Huitt. SECOND ROW:Jeanette Elizabeth Robert, Carol Simonson, Leona Kemph, Linda Stanley Danylu Jo Stiles, Be 'a Hayes, RD ROW: ' Clark, I- FIRST ROW: gett, Mickey Hargis, Joyce Keith, Nigil First, Betty Jean Croft, Patrici Laray Musgrove, Barbara Griffin, Sue Kendall. Tl-II Wendorf, Thomas Riggs, William Brooks, Wesley Merchant, Phillip Miller, John Ray Lindsey. FOURTH ROW: Skipper Sheppard, Barry Alford, Robert Eppe son, Neal Cato, Deon Shea, Robert Howey, Robert Salo, Mr. Sallengs. NOT PICTURED Michael Fowler, Betty Huitt, William Luther. cfigkfk Qwle IRS T ROW: Hugh Hodges, Joesph Bradford, David Kincaid, Edward Fryxell, Micheal Roger Boucher, chanes Hamburg, wunam Daggs. SECOND ROW: Beulah Hall, Ann Griffin, Wanda Ullman, Barbara Thompson, Darlene Lamb. Carol Koch, Janice Barrington, Lois Pruitt, Sharon Walwer. THIRD ROW: Billye Brown, Louise Manners, Gay Bixel, Mary Ann Curtis, Betsy Boal, John Davis, Kathy Mather, Roger Johnson, Barbara Magruder. FOURTH ROW: Patricia Russell, Roberta Epperson, C Penn, Jean Phillips, Mary Rigrish, Anita Autry, Shirley Davis, Mis TURED: Nanetre Coots, Francis Surowski. arol s Stone. NOT PIC- Y Af ease! ! ll LUDCFI Une Belles of the Lawn I Woitin' for the bus Cupid Just .lest one nickle! I I and o-waitin f' x lliliobcforian Kenneth Raymond Sfeinbacher -QL I3 K Vw , QOYUXZ Ox NX6 ' O9 Sv 1151? NX C0564 ' void o ye BIGGEST FLIRT Joe Roach, Louise Foster ., , , L WT,LJL..,LL,LL,..,,z LTi L P Lg, YZ? 5 1 MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED "Skippy" MacDonald Sue O 'Mero 4 '11 MOST ATTRACTIVE Leonord Casey, Louise Foster 4 1. , we nnpqrw. 1 Q tri V' T' A 1 1 Leon BESr ALL- Ord Casey ASROUND ' U S OlMero MOST HUMOROUS Joe Roach, Lucy Hudson H B ST O1 Mefo . ue ob DOKne I S Lf ,pw Af-"""M? QI V 'LU ,, bg, 'UU "0 avg FW, A M - Y f ii v I 1 x q L, NTAX " O ' lx 'XA 'A'- We NJ'-" L5 i' J: I ' B K I I v I ' ' J ll u I I , 4, I J- 1 I AQQIFNWIUQUTMQES 54' The Queen is crowned Seniors "Sweet Sue" Learning how! Step together! Step! Christmas Dance ' A A. A . x M w I . EAL 1, X ,J XW ,,, , ,Q f x fu-' 23 ,Z 'J' K I A ,-X Aj' M . I I K ,K Y. ' XC 'L .Dj .1 VY , rw 3. w 1 A - 'T 1 Q V"1 -. ' ' an X I .. 'Q . , X bi' X X N X , f' K fd' 9, qv -a , QN . T XA - ' .iff Na .P ,. ,lu I 'X X i 1 -' NXHVV it B f , " ' rf, , 7 X- Vx: xq, '. T -X,il!2.- X.-41 ,QQX '-' 'H W 'WY' ' ' ' ZJXEQF' Q f .. . qsmg.. 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Mary Curtis 'RPQQV ri 'V , ,yr if L 12 lt t r g , A Little Five Duckl u 4 ' my Q to S' 91 I E A PCITSY A 5 Barbara "Major Ettes" H6 Duet Drummers it gg! w ' in--+ : , 23 Q-fgggieg A 0255? 'gif W ,V 9 A PZ, , 4 ' n Q-SHFQQIHTRUHVS E Watch me hit it! Up and away! Hope it makes Missedl One, two, three, hit! ,- 'ill' Coach Moforozzo Presefwfing The 1950 Regional Trophy ??????'??? ru ,,,L h L Y? 5 in Q 51 A mG, E X mmzz LW Yggzilsmf 3- - gf! H' M 7 K . s 512 V52 f ,- f K N 2 ,. If N Q ,R .. ff S,w'Nsf f x AQ, ki i if 3 7 if .MQ L: 9.5 K W ,WN S V! W N ' sim , ,ww , 43+-4-'An ' x " Q5 if-il k X ., V, , at ,Q Q K M N' "' x ru., k iam X 3 5 E A g 2 K 4 x . , ,, ,, M --f x , , A H 43 -'Sf' 1. r I I '05, in K , .Qin cv YV.- x e V r gf I x 5, -ef i 3 THE VARSITY SCORES HOME OPPONENTS Fort Knox 50 Rineyville Fort Knox 66 Glendale Fort Knox 62 Vine Grove Fort Knox 47 Bardstown Fort Knox 55 West Point Fort Knox 49 Manual Fort Knox 44 Male Fort Knox 63 West Point Fort Knox 4I Vine Grove Fort Knox 47 E'town Fort Knox 65 Bardstown Fort Knox 52 Caverna Fort Knox 65 Fern Creek Fort Knox 36 Valley Fort Knox 38 Bowling Green High Fort Knox 36 Caverna Fort Knox 58 E'town Fort Knox 36 Flaget Fort Knox 50 Fern Creek Fort Knox 64 Hodgenville KENTUCKY ANNUAL INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT Fort Knox 62 Dixie Heights Fort Knox 52 Clark County Fort Knox 54 Winchester DISTRICT TOURNAMENT Fort Knox 51 Lynnvale Fort Knox 36 Sonora Fort Knox 70 Vine Grove Fort Knox 48 Elizabethtown REGIONAL TOURNAMENT Fort Knox 63 Hodgenville Fort Knox 47 Shepherdsville Fort Knox 36 Caverna -i,,, 5 if o H we W., . 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To the Juniors we leave an empty room. To the Sophomores we leave all the joys and sorrows that come to the Juniors and Seniors. To the Freshmen the School Spirit that every class needs. To the Eighth Grade we leave--and hope that they will lea ve--the building in onepiece. Leonard Casey leaves his position as class president to the most deserving Junior and his ability to wear clothes well to Stanley Howey. Judith Clarke leaves her quiet and lady-like ways to Ava- lene King. Frank Corum leaves his position as cheerleader to "Kayo" Kincaid, his friendliness to Wilm a Bryant, and his beautiful hair to Joe Bill Schultz. Billie Cunningham leaves her a bility to dance to Diane Radke and her many friends to "Peggy" Renshaw. Bob Daine leaves his initiative and his incentive for work to Bob Hammack and his "sax" to anyone who can appreciate it as much as he does. ' Jerry Epperson leaves his dark curly hair to Robbie Lance- field and his ability to play basketball to Bob Maskalick. Elizabeth Evans leaves her ability tospeak French to any- one who thinks "English is Greek." Lenora Fullerton leaves her soft voice to Leora Burke. MargaretGerard leaves her "quietude" to Jimmy Barrington, Rosina Haberly leaves her reserved manner to Sue Wendorf. Edwin Holt bequea ths his ambition to Sammy Brown and his love for airplanes to "Mr. Matt." Margaret Howell wills her position in the office to Mary Ritchie and her place on the cheerleading team to Joyce Car- rico. Ivan Howitz leaves his "l don't know" to Jimmy Musgrove and his "a1l - A report card" to anyone who can preserve his record. Lucy Hudson leaves her "half of Ted's brain" to Glenda, her straight hair to Sally Ring, and her sense of humor to Car- oll Berry. Harry Johnson leaves his good grades to John Tomaselli and his math problems to Billie Brigman. Alexander Macdonald wills his pleasing personality to Jim Casey and his talent for 'igoing steady" to Thomas Roberts. 98 John Macdonald wills his car to anyone who can drive it and his shyness to Frederic Coots. Tommy Ma sk a 1 ick hands to Mike Fowler to position as manager of the basketball team. Patricia Meyer leaves her ability to debate to Bonnie Brown and her "talent for wearing clothes well" to Norma Curtis. Margaret Nauert leaves her sense ofhumor to Virginia Al- ford and her "kindness" to all those who desire to share it. Sue O'Mera leaves her talents to her sister Alice and her winning smile to Laura Lee Fullerton. Herby Pelton leaves his driver's license to the M. P. 's and his "endless questions" to Roy Fryxell. Irvin Rider leaves his shyness to Edward Musgrove and his motor scooter to Glenn Brown, Joe Roach leaves his "seat on the bench" to Jimmy Howell and his empty cans to Jim and Ed Musgrove. Edith Roberts lea ves her friendly disposition to Ruth Ann Maddox and her ability to cook to Barbara Morgan. Gertrude Rouille wills her giggle to Glenda K ing and her laugh to Louise Foster. Carlyn Schneidewind le a ves her quiet ways to "Skippy" Pettay. Henrietta Staples bestows upon Jean Thomas her athletic interests and upon Helen Johnson her interest in music. Josephine Szabo wills her beautiful hair to her sister. Kenneth Steinbacher leaves his appreciation of music to Miss Schlinker and his ability to make good grades to Jimmy Wendorf. Leonard Stevens leaves his good grades in English to Mary El-len Funk and his wonderful personality to Philip Rigrish. Mary Taylor wills her favorite saying, "OhBellsl " to "Mr. Matt" and her pleasantness to Joan Thomas. This will was made as the result of sincere and honest re- searchg may each item mentioned berespectfully received and sincerely appreciated. The Senior Class of 1950-1951 gftlriri l'0PAeCy We were the Seniors of '51, Gone are the days of our high school fun. Let us assume that its '61, Look back through the years to see what we've done. The kids asked Leonard to sing them a song, Thewords were all right, but the tune was all wrong. Judy was smart and as cute as could be, She always liked children and now has three. Frank was the jesrer of our Senior group. Now he's with Godfrey--testing the soup. Billie, a girl who might have done more, Now is at work in a ten cent store. The na me Bob Daine we see in the news, For with his sax he's "King of the Blues. n Jerry was the boy with basketball skill, He's still dribbling, for he owns his own still. "Liz" went to France--was the toast of Paree, Now she's burning toast for Henri. Lenora was alwas rather a quiet type, She now brings her husband his slippers and pipe. To be on the stage was Margaret's chief aim, Now she's a burlesque queen--covered with fame. Rosina's ambition was to become a nurse, She got ra ther close--she's driving a hearse. Edwin's ambition was to pilot a plane, He now is chief bag boy on a passenger train. Margaret Anne Howell to Stephens did go, She came back home with a handsome beau. lvan's desire was to get in "Who's Who, Now he is caretaker at the St. Looie Zoo. Lucy, the girl with the cute little giggle, Is now in the chorus. Boy, what a wiggle. Gus may start with a 1ieutenant's bars, But he will keep on working for a General's stars. Skip started life as a plain army brat, Now he aspires to be a Brass Hat. Scotty had talentg he could fix anything, But Scotty was fixed--when he gave HER a ring. Tommy, the boy with the mechanical brain, ls now shoveling coal on a steam-engine train. In all of her grades, Pat has taken great pride, She'd rather have a degree than to be someone's bride. Peg Nauert's brownies fed this staff often, She now sells them to the Ritz Carlton. Sue was a girl who was Queen of Hearts. Today she's fan actress of 2nd rate parts. Herby Pelton's medical ambitions, Have been temporarily postponed because of world conditions Starch was what Miss Schlinker fed E Now he's a Millionaire rolling in dough. Edith's ambition is a housewife to be, It won't take long for there's Jerry you see. Trudy, the girl who always looked smart, Has a high powered job in a fashion mart. Irvin, the guy who was never late, ls now engineer, on a fast moving freight. Carlyn desired to achieve great success, Now teaches Government with great thoroughness. Henrietta Staples as sure as you're born, Was a success playing her horn. Ken, the boy who made straight A's, Now works as a busboy stacking the trays. "Red" thought he'd bea constructor in Beaver Dam, But he's under contract to Uncle Sam. was the girl who had the good looks, Now she's married and always cooks. Mary's face is frequently seen, On magazine covers and sometimes the screen. 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