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W i' , 1 15.1 ,. f' ' 'a 'V ' ' x' .il 4 ' V R . -, :A-f 1 . . y . -L ', '- Q-fr V -N A H, 11, if , U t .E 'Z 'ni -53 'ff 4-ff' Fha CALOUSAHATCHIAN CPHHISHULI Ivy the SENIOR CLASS of Fort Myers Senim' High School f I Q 3 O X Volume XVI FOREWORD We, The Staff, have clone our lvest to make this Galoosaharehian prove to lve, now and in the jiimre, a happy road to happy memories. we hope that when the reader looks at its pages he will think of his Wigh School friends, remem- lver his Wigh School work, and lvask pleasantly in day dreams of the joys and pleasures ofhis life at JW. Cyf. 'She Staff. CONTENTS Cgorefword cy4Irl1letics 'Dedication cyflcrivitics 9 Cgclculty Qeatures Glasses flolces c1mlcy41cls ,,1AxZ,..- ff lf, . ' :vvxwwfv ,,,-lillilyw I . G I ', Y SQ?-ffi- ,. f 'V , LI Uillxll. jmfLO0LLSLiLCLLu0u1 A WHCJBQI 1l,14Pf1HQ N ' , X I xhvibym X iv X W ,L g 'I' X z 'N 1' ll 1,2 , f V - ll 0.1 'X 's' L' WT' N It 'Z -K 'f V ', I' fl Q-1 . ,--f i-7 -f , f s , , WW N sl, lr f , 1 A 1 N 1 I ' wxtvw .0 5-tsl x1 ,j K1 Q " ,S km tae, fxv ff x3rTV.l"L, k U b ,X , W ,... xvw 21 X X LJ x -is N I Mlbff Trustees DR. A. P. HUNTER, Chairman VIRGIL C. ROBB FRED C. DURRE HOWELL L. WATKINS, City Superintendent BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION JAY C. HURD, Chairman MRS. BERTIE L, SUMNER A. H. DRAUGHON J. COLIN ENGLISH, County Superintendent HOWELL L. WATKINS, AB. Emory University City Superintendent of Schools " e is our friend who loves more than admires us, and would aid us in our great task." MISS KATHERINE Row MOKURE, AB. Oberlin Principal or her infnite wisdom and imfailing justice in helping us over ciijjziculties, we express our love and 'respect for Katherine 'Row e9XCoo're, our Trincipal. MR. CHARLES W. WHITNEL, AB. MR. PARKE LEWIS, B.S.E Vanderbilt University of Florida Coach-History Science MRS. BONITA LEWIS, AB. Florida State College for Women Spanish MISS BARBARA BALCH ' MRS. ELIZABETH B. HAMILTON F. Nl. High School Agnes Scott College Clerk Mathematics MISS SARA EVANS MURIEL, AB. Rollins College English MISS RUIII ANN WAl.KlEli, BS.. HE. MRS. LoRENA W. HENDRY, BS. Florida State College for Women Florida State College for Wonien Biology Home Economics MISS DORIS VIRGINIA LONG, A.B. Butler College English-Physical Education MRS. Elflflli GRII1FI'I'II SCOTT, AB. MISS RUTH FINQIISR, AB, Bethany College Mississippi State College Latin Mathematics MRS. EFITIE HI3NDERSoN Chicago Musical College Musical Director WE wish to express our sincere appre- ciation to Mr. Maurice Kidjel, sculptor, for the design and execution of the art work in this annual. THE STAFF wg XXV 'J' 5 Acjhk WI! 'W ww' . V, C ' ,,f,.3:f4f,, 5 U R MRS. BONITA BRUNSON LEWIS Sponsor Because of her patience, guidance and sympathy in helping us make this one of the best annuals in M. H. S. history, we are deeply indebted to our sponsor, MRS, BONITA BRUNSON LEWIS CLASS MOTTO: On peut Ie faire CLASS FLOWER: Orange Blossom CLASS COLORS: Silver and Blue l Ll U RoBERT DoUo1..As BRYANT "Bob" PRESIDENT He smashes the plays of a heavy line, For him there's nothing new. He does his very best everytime, He's a boy thats strong and true. M, H. S., 2-4: Football, 2-4: Atl, Captain, 4: Basket-ball. Z. 3: Baseball, 2: Caloosahatchee Nature Club, 2: "M" Club. 2, 4: Glee Club, 2: Green and White Minstrel. 23 Junior Ro- tarian Representative. In the past three years of trials and happiness, one figure is prominent. Every battle won or lost proclaims his leadership. Thats our President, and we're proud of him. 1 l t n C ELMO SANTINI HMoclie" VICE-PRESIDENT "Light of heart and rleuer, Sad and worried-never." M. H, S., 2-4: Glee Club, Z: Football 2-4: Basket-ball, 2, 3: Baseball, Z-4: Club, 2-4: Caloosahatchian Stall, 4. ELOISE MAE DUPUY V SECRETARY "Loyal hearted, strong of mind. A better girl is hard to rind." M. H. S.. 2-4: Glee Club. 3: Caloosa- hatchian Staff: 'Seven Chances." KATHLEEN PARK WATSOI4 ..Kay., TREASURER "Youll always End her true and just. A girl whom all will love and trust." M. H. S., 2-4: Glec Club. 2. 3: Caloosa- hatchee Nature Club, 4: Alpha, Z-4: Basket- ball, Z-4, Captain. 4: Matchematics Club, 4: Spanish Club, 4: "Touchdown," 4: Caloosahatchian, 4: "Seven Chances," 4. KASEN BREVARD NISBET "Bitty" HISTORIAN "And still they gazed and still the wonder grew: How one small head Could hold all she lznewf' M. H. S., 2-4: Alpha President. 3-4: Mathematics Club, 4: Caloosahatchee Na- ture Club, 4: Caloosahatchian Staff. 1 A Qfgarrpgar- A hr 'Q .P 'Il 12... ll3..Z'ZZ - if AQ .gy I 1 5 ILL I rl II 1 ' tl I ik T 5354 .15 llf I 'l 1 . 1 N lf-Sflafid lil?" Nl? an , ...Tn MARTHA LOUISE JANE ALLEN "The songs you smg and the smiles you wear, Thu! makes sunshme everywhere." M. H. S.. 2-4: Glec Club, Z, '52 Alpha. Z. 3: Librarian. 4: Chemistry Club, 4: Basket-ball, 4. CURTIS EMERSON ALLISON "Citrus" "EUerylhI'ng has a moral if only you can Hnd ll." M. H. S., 2-4: Caloosahatchee Nature Club, 4. u C H All : ': I- . 'W Lili? .n' ln , 1, ROBERT ORVILLIE ALLEN '. "To look up and not down, bla To look forward and not l1url2." If M. H. s,, 2-41 lfootball, 2. Spanish Club. 4: Caloosahatchcc Nature Club: Alpha. 4: I'-1 "Seven Chances." X W' 1- . I , GEORGIA REBECCA BARDEN , , "Becky" Y l "When silence speaks for love she has much to say." M. H. S., 2-4: Glee Club, 2, 3: Alpha. 2. 3: Librarian, 4. q.. T , will :ll .'I 'dll' ,. . :II . If 'ills I -.5-..A"'iI , ,. ....-A..- l l MAUDE ALICE BEASLEY I.-I-OO-Y " 'Tis well to be merry and wise, 'Tis well to be honest and true," M. H. S., 2-4: Glee Club, 2. 3: Alpha. 2-4: Librarian, 4: Mathematics Club, 4: Chemistry Club, 4: "Touchdown," 4. JAMES ALBERT BLANCO "ButterHy" "Quiet, cool and unassuming, he could hit the line and stop the best of them." M. H. S., 2-4: Football, 2-4: Baseball. 2: "M" Club, 2-4. WILLIS S. ALLISON "Pee Mite" "To haue a thing if you've not the chance to show it And to know a thing, is nothing unless others know you know you know il." M. H. S., 2-4: Caloosahatchee Nature Club, Z-4: Orchestra, 2, 3. ADA LEE BIGELOW "Willie" "Always laughing, never sad, Sometimes naughty but never M. H. S., 2-4: "Seven Chances. Club, 2. had . 4 2 Glee MARY ELIZABETH BLANCO "Billy" "The well of true wit is truth itself." M. H. S., 2-4: Caloosahatchee Nature Club, 2-4. FRANK CARTER 'ALin" "Haste makes waste." M. H. S., 2-4: Mathematics Club. 4: "Seven Chances." 4. -I "Character is the forner stone of success." HARRY BOTTS "Buster" M. H. S.. Z-4: Glee Club, 2: Alpha, 2-4: Green and White Minstrel, 2: Football, 3, 4: Basket-ball, 3. 4: Librarian, 4: Mathematics Club, 4: President. 4: "M" Club.: 4: "Touchdown," 4: Junior Rotarian Repre- sentative: Caloosahatchian Staff, 4. NETTIE LEE BOYETTE "Hankie" "Mighty sweet and mighty wise. Fun just twinhles in her eyes." M. H, S., 3. 4: "Touchdown," 4: Libra- rian, 4: Basket-ball, 3, 4: Caloosahatchian Staff, 4. ll MARY CHRISTIAN CAMPBELL "Mnney" "'l-he hes! Ihfngx are in the littlest packages. and Mary is mighly lllllef' M. H. S.. Z-4: Glcc Club. Z: Alpha. Z-4 l.ibr:ari.1n, 4: Chemistry Club. 4: Caloosa- hatchcc Nature Club. Z-4. RUFUS DAUGHTRY "Battlin" "'None but himself can be his parallel." M. H. S., 2-4. l I Ill FRANKLIN ABEL COBB "lfVork with ll future is what I seek: Give me a mrm's size job, One for the mighty and not the weak." M. H. S.. ZY4-3 Alpha, 2-4: Caloosa- hatchec Nature Club. Z-4: Caloosahatchian Staff. 4. MARTHA MAE CLEMENTS 'AMarty" "For life is sweet for all that make it sweet." M. H. S., 2-4: Glee Club, 2: Caloosa- hatchee Nature Club. 4: Librarian, 4: Alpha, 4. IH! Lois JAN12 CLARK "cms" "ll hurlvrh no! the tongue to give fair words." M. H. S.. 2-4: Glce Club. 2. WILLIAM FRANCES DES ROCHES "To talk of deeds is the loafer's way, To do is belief than Io say." M. H. S.. 2-4: Glee Club, 2, 3: Green and White Minstrel, 3. K1eNNLs'm DIQNNON "Ken" "Always smiling, never glam. Has a happy. cheerful fhumf' M. H. S., Z-+3 Glec Club, Z: Caloosa- hatchee Nature Club. Z-4: Green and White Minstrel, Z, THELMA GERTRUDE COLEMAN "Tommie" "A good sport always plays the game, No matter what happens, she'll be the same." M. H. S., 214: Basket-ball, 2-4: Glue Club, 2. I 'Q ZELLA LORRAINE CORN "LaLa" "A smile for all. a welcome glad. A jovial coaxing way she has." M. H. S., 2-4: Caloosahatchee Nature Club, 4: Glee Club, 2-3: Mathematics Club, 4: Alpha, 4. AURELIO GERACI "1Ahe secret to success is constancy to pur- posef' M. H. S., 2-4: Glec Club, 2: Green and White Minstrel. Z: Mathematics Club, 4. ROGER DODD, JR. "The deed I intend to do is great, But what, as yet, I know not." M. H. S., 2-4: Glee Club, 23 Green and White Minstrel, 2: Football, 2-4: Basket- ball, 4: "M" Club, 2-4: "Touchdown," 4. GLADYS EDWARDS "Open minded, frank and fair, Here's a girl without a care M. H. S., 2-4: Cvlee Club, 2, 3. Xl' EUNICE KATI-IERYN ENGLEHARDT "Eunie" "To be efficient In a quiet way, Tha! is her aim throughout the day." M. H. S., 2-4: Glee Club. 2, 3: Alpha, 2-4: Chemistry Club, 4. ERNEST MELVIN HART "Heart" "I love to talk and talk and talk, I pull a lot of clever stuff: Nly one regret in life is this. I don'1 get listened to enough." M. H. S., 3, 43 Glec Club, 3: Green and White Minstrel, 3. ROBERT WEST GILES "Monkey" 'AThe reward of a thing well done, is to have done it." M. H. S., ZV4. MARIE ALICE FIELDER "We are interested in others, when they are interested in us." M. H. S., 2-4: Caloosahatchee Nature Club. 3, 4: "Seven Chances," 4. BEATRICE ADELINE FRAEDRICH n "Bebe" "A good heur! is beller than all the hearts in the world." M. H. S., Z-4: Glee Club. 2. 3: Alpha. 2-4: Chemistry Club, 4. BENJAMIN WINSLOW DUDLEY HILL Ml CURTIS RAY HoUsE "Doo" "Good natured, you can't make him mad, He's the kind of a friend you like to say you'ue had." Entered from Naples. M. H. S.. 4: Mathematics Club. 4: "Touchdown," 4: Caloosahatchee Nature Club, 4. MARY DAVIS GOODMAN "Dud" "Mimi" M. H. S., 2-4: Caloosahatchee Nature "A maid of quiet. pensive ways, Club, 4. Pleasing in all that she does and says." M. H. S.. Z-4: Cilee Club, 2, 3: Alpha. 2-4: Caloosahatchec Nature Club, 3, 4: Librarian, 4. l l l I l ALICE ELIZABETH l'lAR'l'Sl3lliLD "l.ibbie" urls good to he ou! of lhv world us ou! of fashion, " M. H. S.. 2-4: Baslwt-hall, 2. 3: Culee Club, Z, 3: Caloosahalchee Nalur: Club. 3, 4: "'l'ouchdown." 4. RAYMOND EVERETT KENT "Hv leads Ihem ull u I77L'I'I'y c'hus:'." M, H. S.. 3. 4: l70otl'mll. 3. Q l WALTEIZ EL1.1s HUTCHINSON, JR. "Hutch" l'm not u polrlzciun and my ofhvr habits are good." M. H. S.. Z-4: liootball. 4: Baseball, Z. GERTRUDE HILDA HENDRICKS "ln your lure I see, The ways oi' honor, trulh and Ioyulryf' M. H. S., Z-4: Alpha. 254: Caloosa- hatchcc Nature Club, 3: Baskctlmll, 3, 4, Mathematics Club, -l: Glcc Club. 3: I,ibr.1- rian. 4. uiu DESSIMAE KIZZIE HIRES 'AKitty" "lt is not enough to do it good. One must do it the right wayf M. H. S., 2-4: Alpha: Librarian, 4. ERNEST B. KINZII? "You must travel far before you'lI End As line a boy in heart and mind," M. H. S.. Z-4: Glee Club, Z. 3: Green and White Minstrel. 2, 71: Alpha, Z: Caloosa- hatchee Nature Club. Z: Orchestra. 2. 3: "Touchdown," 4. HOMER JUSTICE KLAY, JR, "Never trouble trouble, till trouble troubles you." M, H. S., Zf4: Glee Club. 2: Green and White Minstrell, 2: Football, 2-4: Basket- ball. 3. 4: Baseball, 2-4: Club. 2-4: "Seven Chances." 43 "Touchdown," 4. ANNA RUTH JAMES "Wee" "A Clear C'Of7SL'l-QVJCU is 41 sure card." M. H. S.. 2--l: Caloosahatchee Nature Club, 4. H Q DOROTHA VANDORA JOHNSON MURL CARTER "It's nice to be natural, when you are "Work, study and love, nalurally nice." But the greatesl of Ihese is love." M. H. S., 2-4: Alpha, 2-4: Glee Club 2, 3: Caloosahatchee Nature Club, 4: "Touchdown," 43 Cheer Leader, 4: Caloosaf hatchian Staff, 4. WILLIAM KENNETH MARTIN "Pee-doria" "live and let hue." Iintcrcd from Lakeland, M. H. S,, 3, 4: Baseball, 3, 4: Basket- ball, 3, 4: Glce Club, 3: Green and White Minstrel, 3: Cheer Leader. 4: "M" Club, 4, M. H. S.. Z-4: "M" Club, 4: Football, 4 JUANITA FLoRI2NCI3 KAY "Nita" "She is clever and attracllue loo, When you arc wrlh her you are never blue." M. H. S.. Z-4: "Touchdown," 4: Caloosahatchee Nature Club, 2-4. EVELYN RUTH KIGHT "Tiny" "Happy am I for I am free. Why aren't they all contented like me?" M. H. S.. 3, 4: Caloosahatchee Nature Club. 3: Alpha, 3. 4: Mathematics Club, 4: Basket-ball, 3. 4: Glec Club, 3: Chemistry Club. 4. WILBUR M. MOORE "Moore" "A little nonsense now and then ls relished by the best of men." M. H. S.. 2-4: Alpha. Z: Caloosahatchce Nature Club, 2. l JACK MORRIS "Just tt pal, kind and true, A loyal classmate, through and through." M. H. S.. 2-4: Mathematics Club, 4: Cwlee Club, 2: Green and White Minstrel, 2: An- nual Staff. 4: Caloosahatchee Nature Club. 2-4: Alpha, 2-4. SARA CAROLYN KING "Lally" "She is jolly, good natured and true, and her share she is willing to do." M. H. S., Z-4: Alpha. 2-42 Caloosa- hatchce Nature Club. 2: Cnlee Club, 2, 3: Mathematics Club, 4: Orchestra, 3: Spanish Club, 4. .LL-.Gy l HELEN OLA MICKLE "Cheerfulness is her trump card in the game of life." M. H. S., 2-4: Alpha. 3: Caloosahatchce Nature Club, 3: Glee Club, 2, 3: Basket- ball, 2-4: "Touchdown," 4. HEWITT RANDOLPH PARSONS "Piccolo Pete" "Let any man speak long enough He will get believersf' M. H. S., 3, 4: Mathematics Club. 3, 4: Glee Club, 3. 4: Green and White Min- strel. 3: Orchestra. 3: Caloosahatchce Nature Club, 4: "TOuchdOwn": Alpha. 4: Caloosa- hatchian Staff. PHILLIPS LOUIS PARSHALL ' 'Pa rchie Dear" "What will come and must come will come well." M. H. S., 2-4: "TouchdOwn": Caloosa- hatchian Staff. IRENE LEE MOORE "Fatso" "And why should life all labor be?" M. H. S.. 2-4: Glee Club. 2. 1 l W 'AT EVELYN ANNE POTTINGER Hwmym A'l.il2e u day in early Spring, short and sweet." M. H. S.. 4: Entered from Lake Alfred. Florida: Spanish Club. 4: "TouchdoWn": 'Seven Chances," 4. JACK RICE "nl whole Io! of rfuality: noble and true. With pfentg of .tense and good humor loo." M. H. S.. 2-4: Cilee Club, Z: Green and xVl1llC Minstrel. 2: Football. 2-4: Basket- ball. Z-4: Captain. 4: Baseball. Z. 3: Club. I-4: "Touchdown," 4: Caloosa- halehian Staff. 4: "Seven Chances." 4. l EUGENE PARKER "Gene" 4'The rule of my life is Io make business ti pleasure," M. H. S., Z-4: Glee Club. Z: Green and Vv'hitc Minstrel, Z: Treasurer. 2. 3t Caloosahatchian Stall. 4: Play Committee Chairman. ALTA WINIERED WINTEL Hxvimr "Light hearted and free. so full of glee, Always smiles as here you see," M. H. S.. Z-4: Glee Club, 3, Z: Basket- ball, Z--lx "Touchdown," Ll DQRQTHY LOUISE NY12 "Dot" "By the work one knows tht' u'url2mzm." M, H. S.. 2-4: Alpha, 4: Glu? Club. 3 Mathematics Club, 4: Spanish Club, 4. ANTHONY RUSSELL "Toney" "Small, hugh p:nLuvr.d, and hurt! IJ bmi." M. H, S., Z-4: Alpha, Z: CaIou'almtchgrr Nature Club. Z--+2 Glue Club, Z. 3: Green and Vvlhitc Minstrel. Z, 3: Orchestra. Z. 3 "M" Club, 4: Football lvfanagcr, 4 Calotxsahatchian Staff. 4: MAZILIT1.: ics Club. -4: 'Sevcn Chancssf' 4. I-I U CLAUDE Aztiu. PRINCE, JR, "R.1lh:ll" "As many good points as a puck of pins." M. H. S.. Z-4: "Touchdown," 4: "Seven Chances," 4. lVlARGARliT lil.I2fABI?Tll PAGE "Slim" "lVv gran! ullhough that she had muvh LUII. She was very shy in using II." M. H. S,, 244: Cafoosnhntchuc Naturu Club. 4: Basket-lull. Z. 3: C.1loos.1lmtcl1l.1l1 Stall, 4: Spanish Club, 4, VALDA ESTELLE PARRISI-I "Bobbie" "She speaks gently-'tis a little thing. But the good, the joy it may bring." M. H. S., 2-4: Glee Club, 2, 3: Basket- ball, 2. JACK TURNER "Never elated while one man's oppressed, Never dejected while another's blessed." M. H. S., 2-4. JOSEPH GRINNELL SANTINI A'Stogie" "And when a ladg's in the case You know all other things give place.' M. H. S., 2-4: Glee Club, 2: Club. 2-4: Caloosahatchee Nature Club, 2: Foot- ball, 2-4. I VIRGINIA ANNE PETERSON "Dinny" "Care to our coffin, adds a nail no doubt, And every grin so merry draws one out." M. H. S.. 3, 4: Glee Club, 3: Basket- ball. 3, 4: Librarian, 4: "Seven Chances," 4: Alpha, 4. El Ll EI MAUDI2 PHILLIPS CHARLES WIl-SON WAIID HPCWH "7'rulh from his lips is always spoken, "jfs no ,,mHf,,- what you dl, Wha'n hc rnahex a promise il will not he If your heart be only true." broken' M' H- S 7 4 Glu. Club' Z' 3' M. H. S.. 2-4: Alpha. 2-4: Mathematics Club, 4. FRANK WILLIAMS ELIZABETH IVIARIE RANSOM "Speedy" "Liha" 'Aln arguing, too, the man owned skill. "Her hear! is as light Though even vanquished he argued still." As her eyes are bright." NI, H. S., 2-4: Football, 3, 4: Basket- M. H. 2-4: Alpha, 2-4: Glce Club, ball, 23 Club, 3. 4: Baseball, 2. 2, 3: Caloosahatchcc Nature Club. 4. .- -I JI' l l HELEN SCOTT "No pleasures under the sun Equals work well fiom." M. H. S., Z-4: Caloosahatchec Nature Club. 4: Librarian. -lx Mathematics Club. 4: Glce Club. 2. 3: Alpha. Z-4. DOROTHY MILDRED SIMMONS "Dot" "A little work. a little play. To keep us going all the day." M. H. S.. Z-4: Glcc Club, Z, 3. l l WARREN BLAINE WILTSHIREE "Bud" "A ludtfs man there is. no doubt. For where he is. there's u girl about." M. H. S.. 2-4: Caloosahatchee Nature Club, 2-4: "Touchdown" 4: Glec Club. 2: Green and White Minstrel. 2. FLORENCE MABEL STURGIS "Flonnic" "Truth :s always the strongest argument." M. H. S.. Z-4: Caloosahatchee Nature Club. 2-4. l S EMMA ELIZABIETH FINARRER "I.ibh:n" "ll Iakvs pvnsonality to av! you lherv, Elizabvlh I5 always there." M. H. S., 2-4: Glcc Club. Z. 3: Alpha. S., Z-4: "Touchdown," 4: Basket-ball, 4: Chcmislry Club. 4. FRANCES MABEL TAYLOR "Youll always find her Irue and jusl, A yrrl whom all will low and Iraslf' M. H. S., Z-4: Spanish Club. 4: Maths matics Club. 4: Cnloos.1h.1tchiun Staff. 4: Alpha. 4. ma 4: l SAM VALENTINE Wr21.1.12R "Bruno" "Worth makvs Ihc man." Entered from l..1 Porte. Indiana: M. H. 4: "Seven Chances." 4. VIRGINIA PARKER WA'FKlNS "Ginia" "Jolly, happy. new-r mmplammy. Shall mx! chanav in ycars rcn7a1'n1ny.4' M. H. 2-4: Basket-hall, Z-4: Maths tics Club, 4: Caloosahnlchee Nature Clubi 4"I'ouchdown." 4: "Scvcn Chanccsf' 4 SARA Lois WINGATE "She has often burned the midnight oil. But, never, never with her toil." M. H. S., 2-4: Glee Club, 2, 3: Basket- ball. 2. il LORRAINE LAURETTE SHANAHAN "Curly" "She that was ever fair and proud Had tongue at will, and yet never loud," M. H. S., 2-4: Glee Club, 2, 3: "Seven Chances," 4: Caloosahatchee Nature Club, 4. l '11 ' 1 l l! , i l Class A. B. C. s A is for the Allisons, both large and small. B is for Bigelow, who entertains us all. C is for Carter, who likes a tall girl. D is for Dennon, shaking drinks in a whirl. E is for Eunice, so silent and sweet. F is for Franklin, who can't.be beat. G is for Gladys, who doesn't like school. H is for Hilda, serene and cool. I is for Irene, our dizzy blond. J is for Johnson, of good times she is fond. K is for King, who always has a laugh. L for Lafayette. our all-state half. M is for Morris, who's never behind. N is for Nisbet, with a brilliant mind. O is for Orville, tall and thin. P for Prince, with a cheerful grin. Q for the Quizzes, that are coach's joy. R is for Russell, a very cute boy. S for the Santinis, the sheiks of the town. T is for Tarrer, who never wears a frown. U is for Us, in the Senior Class. V for Virginia, a likeable lass. W is for Williams, who's there in football. X for the unknown future of us all. Y is for our Youth, which is at its height. Z is for Zella, who is just all right. Ei n I!! l l: NAMES MARTHA ALLEN .,.,... - ...... -.-- ORVILLE ALLEN ....... .. ............. CURTIS ALLISON ....... - .......... -- EUNICE ENGLEI-IARDT ,...... .. ..... " LALOQSA H ATC I-IIA Personalities PET EXPRESSION FAVORITE HOBBIES "I'II bite" --.- .............. - ....... Asking crazy questions. n Great Scott ...........,.............. Dragging heels. 1 Curses ' ................ ------ ....... T alking fast. My heavens" -- - ............ ----Taking care of Charlie. MAUDE ALICE BEASLEY---- ..... "Aw, heck" -.- -.. .... -Flirting. MARIE FIELDER---- ...... ------- Oh, darn" ........ ...... - ----Keeping hair light. JAMES BLANCO ........... L ....... ---"I don't know" ..... -L .............. Sleeping. MARY BLANCO-.-------.. ....,. ...-"I don't any more care" .,.......... B eing jolly. I BEATRICE FRAEDRICH. ...,.. --.-..."Doggone it" ......... - .......... ----Keeping up with Mary. AURELIO GERACI ......... ------- Yes, doctor" ----- ...... - ..... Playing sick. I HARRY BOTTS ....... - ......... "That's a swift one" ...... ....... S elling annuals. ROBERT GILES ........... - ........... "How many?" ........... ....... B lowing bass horn. NETTIE LEE BOYETTE-- .... -L--"Holy smoke" ........ ....... P laying basket-ball. MARY 'GOODMAN ........... ..--- ..... "Goodnight" .... - ...... ....... W orking in McCrory's REBECCA BARDEN .......,....... -."Rea1ly" ..... - ........ ........ - Getting sick. ADA LEE BIGELOW ....... - ......... Yea?" .............. - .... -Telling jokes. ELIZABETH HARTSFIELD-------" ROBERT BRYANT ...................... ' ' u MARY CAMPBELL---. ...... ------- HILDA HENDRICKS .................. FRANK CARTER .......... - ....... KIZZIE HIRES ....... ........ - .--.. MURL CARTER ........ - ...... -.- Lots CLARK.--- ........ ---- FRANKLIN COBB ......,. CURTIS HOUSE ......... .. THELMA COLEMAN ....... DUDLEY HILL .......... ZELLA CORN ............ HOMER KLAY------ ............. --- MARTHA MAE CLEMENTS ...... " RUTH JAMES. ..................... RUFUS DAUGHTRY .,... KENNETH DENNON .......... FRANCIS DES ROCHES ....., DOROTHA JOHNSON -.,..... ROGER DODD--. ...... . -. JUANITA KAY ....... ELOISE DUPUY ....... ERNEST KINZIE .......... . GLADYS EDWARDS-... .... --- Elin u u u rf u u u ft 11 u u 11 Good Gospel" --- Aw, shucks" --- .....- ...... . meeting. Oh, dag-nab-it" ..... - ............. W eating socks. You'd be surprised" .............. Being in fashion. "Jiminy crickets"---.,- ........,.... Driving the Judge's car. Great Kingdom Come" ....... .-Studying. Sho' nuff" ........... - ...........-... Hic! " --. ------ Hangd ..... - ........ That's the truth" .... Good night" ....... Hough Street. I I-I . ------Going with Bud. Trying to keep order in class Burning gas from Estero to Dropping nickels in slot ma- 1 chines. - --------Being eilicient ' -- ...... Learning to cuss. .-..--Being neat. "Ahem" ......,.,... ................... G etting freckled. Good heavens" --- .. .... -..- Is that so?" .... My law" ..... My gracious" ......... ---..- .... -- This way to Junction Alley" .n "Contact ....................... - ....... -Talking. "Big" game hunting. -.---Primping. Helping Miss Moore. -Jerking soda. Inventing. Goodness" ...... ................ - - Arguing with Miss Muriel. Honey" ......,.,.... - .... ., ...... Helping Murl with his lessons. Aw, now" ,.... - ........ ....... K nockouts. For Pete's sake" .... ....... S inging Ctrying rob. Good Lord" ...-,.. ,..,,..,. g -----Riding to Hoople Street.i Hot dawg" ............ --- ...... --Slamming. Physical Ed. again" - ......... W riting notes. C1930 nil-'I 1:5 NAMES -f""' CALOOSAHATCHIAN ' ' Ji Personalrtles PET EXPRESSION FAVORITE HOBBIES. RUTH KIGHT------.. ...... .. ....... "What the horse" .................. ..Laughing. SARA KING.------ ..................... "Aw, Gee!" .......... ..... - ---..Playing piano in chapel. EVERETT KENT ......... - ...... --"That's a fact" ................. ---..- HELEN MICKLE. ..,... .. ...... .... ' O. K. Chief"------.........Falling in creeks. IRENE MO0RE.-----.. ...,... "Shawl " ..... - ....... ...... ..... . B eing quiet. JACK MORRIS-.- .................. --"Well!" ......... ---- ...... .. ........... Riding a motorcycle. WILBUR MOORE .............. ..--L-."Sez you!" .......... ....... . .Driving bus. BREVARD NISBET.---.----- ....... "I'll be jiggered!" ........... .. ..... Getting highest grades. DOROTHY NYE------.--..--..------''Oh, fiddle!" .............. - ............ Being serious. MARGARET PAGE -.----- ........... "For Chrysler Six" --.-- ......... .Writing poetry. EUGENE PARKER..-.. ...... ----E.-"O. K. Eddie" -- ...... ...... B reaking in Chevrolets. VALDA PARRISH. .......... - ......... "Well, I'll declare!" .............,.. Reciting civic lesson. PHILLIP PARSHALL ....... .. ..... ---"I'll bite!" ................... ..--...--Going to Texas and Mexico. HEWITT PARSONS ....... .... ....... "Huh?" ..... - ...... ..--..--......Playing piccolo. VIRGINIA PETERSON .... "Ye, Gods" ...........,..... - .... ..-Reading books. MAUDE PHILLIPS.-------.. ....... "My lands!" .....- .... .. ...... ---..Practicing shorthand. EVELYN POTTINGER ...... .. ..... .."Shoot!" ..... - ............... ------..Getting study halls. AZELL PRINCE. .......... .......... ' 'Great jumping Jupiter!" ..... -Outlinirxg history. ELIZABETH RANSOM ........... ..---"Oh, yeh?" ............. ---------.Writing letters. JACK RlCE..-- ...... ..--..--..--.. ..... "You're a cute child!" ..... -------Pi-oposing. ANTHONY RUSSELL .................. "Do y' reckon?" ---..--- .... ---..-Managing teams. HELEN SCOTT--- ....... "Oh, Lord!" ..... - ....... --- ..... K eeping library. ELMO SANTINI ........... - ........... "I'll just declare!" --- ...... E .... Worrying Mrs. Hamilton. GRINNEL SANTINI u Gee monety!" - --- -- ..Going to fires. ' LORRAINE SHANAI-IAN ............ "Oh, Gosh! " ..... ............... - .Waiting for Harry. DOROTHY SLMMONSA-- ...... .. ..... "Caesar's ghost." ..... - .... ..--..--.Being in Press Contest. 'FLORENCE STURGIS.-- ...... ..----"I'll swan." ....... ----...--.-.---.....Singing in Chapel. JACK TURNER ....... - ...... ..-----."Let me concentrate" ---- ....... Wearing knickers. ELIZABETH TARRER ...... ... ....... "Gee Mun! " ................ ..-....Being prompter. FRANCIS TAYLOR ..... L "Hot dogs!" ....... .. ............... Drawing for Annual. VIRGINIA WATKINS ...... - ....... "M y Gosh!" ..... - ...... ------.-...Going to Arcadia. KATHLEEN WATSON ,... SAM WELLER ............... ......- FRANK WILLIAMS ........ ..... .... LOIS WINGATE ........... .. ........... WARREN WILTSHIRE. ...... .... ' 'Oh, my soul, my soul!" WINIFRED WINTLE ...... .... ' ' WILSON WARD ........ ERNEST HART ......... ELLIS HUTCHINSON. ...,, .... ' ' WILLIS ALLISON ..... n u 1: 1: u "Golly!" ..... ..... .. ...... .. .. Heck! ........... .. ........ ...Frying hamburgers and onions. ----..- Blushing. Gee, whiz!" ................. ---..Being late to school. I'Il swear!" -..-.-.. ................. Worrying people. -----.-Taking vacations. l'lI be--!!!------- ......... -Making excuses. "Gee whiz! " ....... - ...... - ..... ..-..Grinning. Give me Liberty or Give I me Death!" -.. ................. Talking. - I can't think!" ....... .... .. Training to be a bull tighter fchasing cowsj. Aw!" ............ - ........ ---Eating peanuts. 1930 I'-' ca ivcvsimffiTt'ie11a N '-' n l-s -l n Looking Forward 6 6 SLEEP in the study hall again, eh? Well, come to my room and we will find something that you can amuse yourself with till the bell rings," invited by the teacher in charge of the study hall after she had interrupted my slumber for the third time that period. And that's how it was, five minutes later, I could be seen trying to balance myself on the arm of a very unsteady chair, laundering the blackboard with a greasy black rag. lkvklkllsfkllflklk Ft. Myers-1940. Automobiles. street cars. taxis, school busses, bicycles and baby carriages dash madly up and down First Street while pedestrians overflow the sidewalks. As I stand on a corner watching the race of men go by I observe a large group of people gathered around a soap box which supports two changed but familiar looking figures jumping madly into the air and waving their arms to the tune of loud energetic yells from the crowd. It is Kenneth Martin and Dorotha Johnson leading cheer leaders. As these two vacate the lofty throne they are supplanted by the athletic physique of Harry Botts. Harry is giving free lessons in Spanish: in connection with the same language, Dorothy Nye is putting the finish- ing touches on a lecture on "Cuba," which she is to deliver to the same crowd when Harry gets disgusted and sits down. Trying to escape the mob I collide with a man' who is about as anxious to get away as I am, It is Franklin Cobb. Franklin apologized because I bumped into him, and thrust a program of the Arcade Theatre into my hands, he being the new manager. On looking over the program I saw that one of the features of the week was a girls' chorus com- posed of Virginia Watkins, Kathleen Watson. Elizabeth Hartsfield, Eloise Dupuy and Ada Lee Bigelow. The main picture was Robin Hood, in which Homer Klay plays the leading role: critics say that Mr. Klay is excellent as the outlaw who shoots the King's deer Cthanks to his weekly Friday practice during his Senior year in High Schoolj. Among Robin Hood's merry men are Frank Williams and Roger Dodd. Mr. Williams sings the theme song and Mr. Dodd joins in on the chorus with a healthy yodel. The regular Saturday midnight show will begin with "Her Glorious Lover," starring Hewitt Parsons and Evelyn Pottinger. Near me sat Tiny Kight and Gladys Edwards, floor walkers in McCrorys, and Helen Mickle, news reporter. Tiny is telling how she lost one pound and a half by following the instructions given in a popular book on "How to Preserve that Slender Figure," which is Zella Corn and Lois Wingate's contribution to Fat People. Oil magnates overhear the conversation and wish to borrow the book. N On the next block I passed a cleaning and pressing club owned by Robert Giles. Inside were seated four men looking like as many Indian braves as each were surrounded by woolen blankets. CThc sign outside read, "Cleaned While You Wait".J I recognized these four serious faced sufferers as Philip Parshall, printer, Ellis Hutchinson, milk man, Dudley Hill, sausage grinder, and Kenneth Dennon, soda jerker. I turned the corner just in time to see Bud Wiltshire, professional loafer, and Toney Russell, organ grinder, engaged in a fight to the death. A woman screamed and fainted. It was Elizabeth Ransom, settlement worker from wicked Chicago. Jack Turner, Chief of Police, rushed upon the scene, and being able to think and act quickly, picked the woman up and carried her to the nearest drug store, where he revived her with a glass of ginger ale. My next stop was the courthouse. Judge James Blanco was listening to Dorothy Simmons make a charge against her husband, Francis Des Roches, electrician. Lois Clark. stenographer. was pounding loudly on the typewriter trying to keep the Judge awake. In the hall I found Martha Mae Clements trying to sell Thelma Coleman, Mary Campbell, and Beatrice Fraedrich Rose Bud Salve at 25 cents per box. In another room Orville Allen, Wilbur Moore, Everett ' Kent and Murl Carter, bus drivers, were rehearsing the speech they were going to make to ein I IM I l' I Nettie Lee Boyette, Principal of M. H. S. about school kids playing in their buses. In fact, Mr. .lg ...... 1 9 3 O --- --- CA LUOSAH A?Tc:H1AN Carter became so violent that he burst the buttons off a lovely new shirt that his wife had given him for Xmas. At the mention of M. H. S. I remembered a group who had hoped to be teaching in their Alma Mater by 1936. They were Kizzie Hires, Ruth James, Valda Parrish and Florence Sturgis: I wondered then if they had succeeded. A few minutes later I passed a church. Rev. Grinnel Santini was trying to persuade his bootlegging brother to'retorm. Elmo indifferently lighted a cigarette in the face of his brother. who had broken into tears. On turning from this sad scene. a tantalizing jazz tune broke forth from the interior of the church. Wishing to know who dared slander the church in such an outrageous fashion. I peeped into the church and saw Sara King as the guilty party. Beside her playing, with all his might, is Ernest Kinzie playing the saxophone in his best Rudy Vallee imitation. On the next block two stylishly dressed young ladies pass me. They leave behind them the odor of Kress perfume and the news that one of them had sold her plantation on Sanibel Island. It is Marie Fielder and Lorraine Shanahan. At the corner they are met by Eugene Parker, traveling salesman, who tells Miss Shanahan that he could have doubled her money if she had let him handle it. At a news stand I buy a paper and read the daily debate of Mary Goodman and Brevard Nisbet, school teachers. against Juanita Kay and Maude Alice Beasley, prominent workers of social affairs. The question of debate is "Which is More Important, Marriage or a Career?" On another page I read that Hilda Hendricks, Eunice Englehardt and Virginia Peterson have invented a lotion that is guaranteed to change any color of eyes to blue after using three bottles. or you get your money back. I also read that Elizabeth Tarrer is suing them because of their failure to live up to their agreement. On the last page is the scandal for the week. Wealthy Francis Taylor's maid. Winifred Wintle, has eloped with an unknown ice man. On the same night the Taylor heirlooms disappeared. The cook, Irene Moore, said that Miss Wintle stole them. but Miss Mary Blanco said that she saw Miss Taylor pawn them herself. Rufus Daughtry. pawnbroker, says that he does not know anything concerning the mystery: however it will not rgiain a mystery long as, Jack Morris. a capable young detective, will be called on to investigate t case. Across the street is a large grey, unpleasant looking building. It is the Asylum. Wishing to become acquainted with the interior I was finally permitted to enter by the warden, Curtis House. In the first cell is a very familiar though thoroughly subdued and squelched looking individual. It is Jack Rice. Ernest Hart, of Allison Brothers, comedians, is trying to cheer Jack up by telling him all the latest jokes. Jack's sad predicament is the result of overwork on the Annual. In an adjoining cell is Wilson Ward, in a very had condition. Again in the street I collide with the postman. I wasn't going to apologize until I recognized the disabled gentleman as Sam Weller. As he left I heard a loud voice above my head yell, "Look out below." A brick fell to the sidewalk, missing my head a scant few inches. In no pleasant mood I looked up at the bricklayer and received the shock of my life as I looked into the furious face of Robert Bryant. "Er . . . I beg your pardon, but that's what you get for not paying your class dues. Move! here comes another one." My cerebellum came in contact with a medium sized red brick. e iliillfiiili When I opened my eyes I was reclining on an overturned unsteady chair and a certain teacher was brutally bathing a large bump on my head with a greasy black washrag. --M. E. P. l n C A LOOSA H ATC H I A N Semor Magazme Stand , True Romance . . . Literary Digest . Smart Set ..... The Country Gentleman . . . Good Housekeeping . . Specialty Salesman . Vogue ..., Snappy Humor . Love' and Romance . Screen Secrets . Life .... The Sportsman . Judge .... True Detective . . . Saturday Evening Post . Modern Priscilla . . . The All-American Golfer Whiz Bang .... American Girl .... Collier's Weekly C1 school day a weekj . Correct English . . . . . . . . . . . . . USTOGIEHSANTINI . . BREVARD NISBET . ROGER DODD, DUDLEY HILL . ELLIS .HUTCHINSON . EUNICE ENGLEHARDT . . EUGENE PARKER ELIZABETH HARTSEIELD . . BUD WILTSHIRE . . WINT AND MODIE LORRAINE ' SHANA1-IAN . . MURL CARTER . FRANK WILLIAMS . . Miss MooRE . . . HOMER KLAY HUNTER'S DRUG STORE . . . Lois WINGATE . Bos BRYANT . . ERNEST HART . EVELYN POTTINGER . GLADYS EDWARDS . . , Miss MURIEL Variety . . . . SOPHOMORES, JUNIURS, SENIORS Wee Wisdom . . . .... WILLIS ALLISON Physical Culture . . .... MISS LONG Science and Invention ..... . FRANCIS DES RDCHES I The Woman's Home Companion . . . . HARRY BOTTS III I-I I ' I -- I-I 1 9 0 .-l 'Q' CALUOSA HATCH IAN """" u f' lil Looking Backward E have been Seniors for a year. During our Sophomore and Junior years we looked forward with eager anticipation to the time when we would be Seniors. And now, too soon, we are going to graduate and leave behind us our coveted position as Seniors to the Class of '3l. As Sophomores in '28 we gave the Seniors a picnic, which was judged as one of the best given in M. H. S. As Juniors we gave the Seniors a banquet. which will always remain in our minds as a joyous affair. And now as Seniors we were entertained by both the Sophomores and the Juniors. However, that we were guests this year instead of hosts does not mean that we have been lazy: in fact we have been exceedingly busy preparing our Annual and working to graduate. We have added to our unusual record in athletics. thirteen of our members earning the much prized "M" in football. A good proportion of the basket-ball and baseball teams were made up from our ranks. Our girls' basket-ball team won the city league. Again this year We were well represented on the Alpha Society. We have sponsored several picture shows, had a booth at the fair, put on candy sales, sold subscriptions to magazines, put on two plays, and in all have been very active and busy in putting out this Annual, of which we all are very proud. Now that we are about to graduate, we look back with fond memories on our High School life, but we look forward with excitement to what is yet to be. B. N. l 9 3 0 F'-" M A lr 'ODS A H A T C H l A N Class Will E, the Class of '30 of Fort Myers Senior High School, Ft. Myers, Florida, being of sound and disposing mind and memory, do hereby make this our last will and testament: We desire irst that the Class of '31 shall qualify themselves as Seniors and uphold the dignity and honor that one gets in becoming a Senior. The Hon. Robert D. Bryant bequeathes to the Hon. Ernest Priest his choice pair of spectacles. Evelyn Pottinger leaves to Mary Fletcher her abbreviated wind blown bob. To Tommy Pursley, Azell Prince leaves seven and one-half pounds of his excess avoirdupois. , Winifred Wintle and Lois Wingate leave their girlish giggles to Elizabeth Roderick and Mary Louise Foxworthy. To Jane Gorton, Kizzie Hires leaves her taciturnity. Grinnell Santini wills his red suspenders to Hiram Bryant. Dorotha Johnson leaves 3 inches of her height to Lillian Tooke. Sam Weller leaves his bashful ways to Henry Colquitt. Maude Alice Beasley wills her art of vamping to June McIntyre. Mary Campbell leaves her red socks to Anna Hendry. To Richard Schug, Murl Carter leaves his craze for geometry. Bud Wiltshire hands down his model "T" Ford to Miss Moore. Roger Dodd leaves his mellow CU voice to Jimmie Jackson. Homer Klay's long legs to James Sapp. To Nolan Durre, Jack Rice's loquacity. Virginia Watkins leaves her Virgil text book to Dorothy Bishop. Ellis Hutchinson and Rufus Daughtry give up their jobs as dairy hands to Jesse Jones and Joe Hilliard. Helen Mickle wills her art of graceful dancing to Lorretta Welch. Helen Scott, a Senior, bequeaths to Helen Scott, a Junior, the privilege of being the only "Helen Scott" in Senior High School. In witness hereof, we do hereby set our hand and seal this first day of May, in the year of our Lord, Nineteen Hundred Thirty. ,-, THE SENIORS OF 1930. -1- li s 11i?!' Ll C.-1xLUOSAHATCHlAN Gather Ye Orange Blooms While Ye May A half hidden moon shines faintly, And soft shadows fall everywhere. While the perfume of orange blossoms Blends with the balmy spring air. Why are we so enthralled by this one night? Has it not been thus o'er and o'er? Yes, but the sad, sad part of it all is That we've never noticed before. We've frittered away our school days, Without a single thought or care. We've I just taken things for granted Not really knowing they were there. And not till they're gone are we wishing i And praying for our-school days to last. But soon like these fragrant orange blossoms They, too, will be "a thing of the past." I t's not because we are selfish, - That we don't want our school days to end, We only wish we had realized sooner And made the most of them then. i M. P. 1 9 5 -- Q ri' Senior Cradle Roll K Q 15 Q M 3 . , .pam ,f H li Aw if Qsrszarw' L M Ona.: Rgtg .Jw 'ir , WW' 5, . -'av , ' - K. 5 M -'A.1,. gh x E'vefyn V clfzci E 17am-XG: Egmgg qavhe- Ho.-r y 11? H 5 A ,. if NP, YA Dcmnihy M df L" 42 Azul! ' .- 'ac Xu ,. X 9 - . 9 'gl ' ,,-uigrv I W V Q rl I l MISS RUTH FINGER Sponsor CLASS MOTTO: "Will is powerf CLASS FLOWER: Carnation. CLASS COLORS: Red and White ERNEST PRIEST President GLYNN BRYANT Vice-President JOE HILLIARD Secretary MARGARET KADER Treasurer v va. 'l: ......... TW? ' 1 A . P gw- . -11 --fffvmi ld ' WD T I ,,-.,,.:,5 1 - u 1 Q DOROTHY BISHOP A 1 LEROY BAREIELD yi CARITA BRYAN A 9 K Y FREEMAN BARTLESON 1 CLEO CAMPBELL WALTER BENNETT I RUTH CAMPBELL RAYMOND CAMPBELL I MARGARET CLARK T T I HENRY COLQUITT i ETTA CONNER EDWARD COX T ALSIE CORN JOHN GERALD ELIZABETH DAVIS T I WALTER GRACE MARY FLETCHER f HARDIN HENDRICKS ...-. '59 T F-' MARY LOUISE FOXWORTHY ALBERT HOARD RUTH GORNTO HENRY HOYER JANE GORTON JAMES JACKSON ANNA HENDRY GRAYDON JONES KATHLEEN JEFFCOTT JESSE JONES DOLLIE JOHNSON CHARLES MARTIN RUTH KAUNE HAROLD PENROD DOROTHY KELLEY CHARLIE PETTIT REBECCA LEACH DONALD TAYLOR I I r W I I Ill z III I II - I DOROTHY LUDLOW ROY TEW HAZEL MCDANIEL JUNE MCINTYRE CLARENCE TROWBRIDGPE EULA MILLER DOROTHY MOORE ALTA OSTEEN ELIZABETH PERRY HELEN PHILLIPS LUCILE PHILLIPS MILDRED REITER ELIZABETH RODERICK MARY SAWYER HELEN SCOTT KATHRYN SHANAHAN DOROTHEA STANDLEY ALAFAE STEPHENS l4::.'::':r: !. n 2 I ? 3. T' -V 5' """" na a.e ' l I X .A I LILLIAN TOOKE 'tif OLIVE TOWLES I F55 ALMA TROWBRIDGE I. 5: LEONA VICKERS Tw LORETTA WELCH FELICIA WEST LUDA MAE WHITE EVA WHITEHEAD EDNA YOUMANS ,W N GLENN ROBERTS I I EDNA MAE GALLIMORE SMOOT JOHNSON MAROUERITE JAMES ALVIN LAMPP ul BESSIE TAYLOR TOMMY PURSLEY I LOUISE WILLIAMS ROYAL SAMSON WOODROW BROWN NORMAN SANTINI A. C. CARLTON JAMES SAPP NOLEN DURRE HARWOOD STRINGFELLOW MAYO JOHNSON FORREST TATUM HIRAM BRYANT RANDOLPH UZZELL A EIB!!! l l U! N 5 l .-. - ... G Y: ' 111: li--s 'S -4v.g.l, A iii. ,Vi-, "' CALOUSA1-1A'TClf11AlN' """ ""' junior Class History "" N September of 1928, we, the Class of '31, entered the Ft. Myers Senior High School, a little frightened to be sure, because of the importance this step meant in our lives. As we all felt that our whole future success depended upon our ability to make the best of this opportunity of attending high school, our sophomore year having been a success, we entered our junior year with much more confidence and even keener determination to make this year also a success. In October of 1928 we elected our class officers as follows: Ernest Priest. President: Glynn Bryant, Vice-President: Joe Hilliard, Secretary: Margaret Kader, Treasurer: and Mrs. Caldwell, Sponsor. We have been well represented in athletics during this year, having six members earning the much coveted M. Also we have had our share on the baseball and basket-ball teams. Mrs. Caldwell, our sponsor, whom we all loved, left in December to make her home in Bristol, Tenn. Her departure was very unexpected and left us all much saddened and with the future looking very dark. But every cloud has a silver lining and we found Miss Finger to be a most able and eiiicient sponsor. We exhibited our skill in salesmanship and our business ability by selling cold drinks and peanuts at the football games and by our weekly candy sales held at the theater arcade. Last, but not least in importance, was the Junior-Senior Banquet. It was for this event that we had worked so hard though the year and which we had looked forward to with the keenest anticipation since entering high school. It was the crowning climax of a successful year. It is with a feeling of joyous expectation for the future that we pass this milestone and enter into our senior activities. ' -D. B. 1 9 3 O 1 1 1 i N MISS RUTH WALKIER SOphOmOrCs CLASS OFFICERS ROBERT MORRIS ...... DOROTHY WATSON . MARY ROGERS . , FLOYD COX . . . MARGARET ARCHARD LILLIE MAE ADAMS NELL ALDERMAN EAMES BISHOP TOMMY BLOUNT AIIFIE BROOKS LELAND CAIN JUNE ARMEDA ORBIE BARWICK VELMA BARWICK FRANK CAPUTO HARRY CHAPMAN SANGSTER CHIPLEY MARRELE BLAIR VIRGINIA BLANCO KENNETH COLLINS GRACE BLOUNT LORRAINE ALLRED RALPH DES ROCHES VIVIAN BRAMAN GLADYS BOYETTE ERNEST FOSTER GEORGE FULLERTON ELGIN CROCO WILLIE MAE CURRY VIRGINIA DAVIES WILERED FUTRAL ROY GILBERT JAMES GOODEN MARIE DOZIER J. W. HAMPTON STANLEY HANSON MYRIAM FRADDOSIO FRANK HIBBLE MILDRED FRAZIER THELMA MAE FLINT HARRIET GOODMAN INA MAE FLINT CHARLES HUDSON VERNON JACKSON EDWARD KADER DON KANODE RUBY GRIFFIN . . . President . Vz'ce-President . . Secretary . Treasurer Sponsor JAMES MOORE CHARLES MOONEY MARIORIE HARRIS HAZEL HENDRICKS VERDIE HIGGINBOTHAM WILLIAM PRINCE JOHN PRIOR HETTIE HILLIARD MISSOURI HIRES ANNALYN JOBST FRANCIS JORDAN ELVIRA KANTZ CECELIA KELLY MARZELLE KENT TERESA LAVINS ELIZABETH KIGHT CHARLOTTE KINZIE THELMA LANGEORD FRANK RICHARDSON PRISCILLA LEACH DORIS LEITNER JOE PENDLETON JUANITA MANN KATHRYN MCCALL FANNIE MCDONALD MARGARET MORGAN WII.I-IAM SANDS BILL SAPP RICHARD SCHUG NOAH SCOTT HAMPTON SMITH GENEVIEVE MORRIS AGNES NAILOR MARY KATE OLIVER HARRY SWITZER JOHN SMITH WILLIAM ST. CLAIRE JERRINE PACE MARGUERITE PAGH Sophomores MARGARET PATTERSON LUCY PAVESE MORRIS STORTER DAVIS TARRER HAROLD TRUEBGER WILSON WATFORD JIMMIE WILLIAMS LUCILLE PETERS MARY PERRY POLLOCK BILLY WILSON JIMMIE WILTSHIRE JEWEL PRICHETTE LOUISE RANSOM MILDRED RAULERSON ELEANOR REIBLING JUANITA SADLER NELLIE SCALLY MATTIE SCOTT ELIZABETH SHEPPARD VIRGINIA SHEPPARD KATHERINE SIMMONS ALTHEA SMITH CATHRYN SMITH ROSALIE SMITH MARJORIE STORTER ALLINE VICKIERS DOROTHY VICKERS DOROTHY WA'VSON IMA LEE WARD HELEN WELLS CATHERINE WHIDDEN MARY F. WHISNANT DOROTHY WHITE FLORENCE YARBROUGH I f U "' CALOOSA l-IATCHIAN "-" Sophomore I-llrstory E, the Sophomore Class of 1930, entered the dear "ole" M. H. S. in September, 1929, trying to present a bold front, even though we were frightened by the awe-inspiring students in the ranks ahead and by the stately row of faculty members staring at us with fierce eyes. Our class did not meet to organize formally until November. Then at the request of the faculty and the dignified Seniors we decided to furnish the decorative and highly artistic touches necessary to guarantee the success of the yearly Annual, and did so by organizing the Sophomore Class. After much careful consideration We elected Robert Morris, President, Dor- othy Watson, Vice-President, Mary Rogers, Secretary. and Floyd Cox, Treas- urer, and Miss Ruth Walker, Sponsor. Our only social event this year was the annual picnic held at the Ft. Myers beach, Where we entertained the Seniors. As this has been the custom for many years in M. H. S., our class, on entering high school, at once began to rake and scrape together all the money we needed to put over our picnic. In our eyes this Sophomore-Senior picnic was a great success, and we feel Well repaid for our work. As Sophomores, our great ambition is to carry through our remaining two years in M. H. S. the ideals and qualities that we have shown in our first year. We all look forward with eager eyes to the time when we will take our place as Juniors in M. H. S. ' --M. R. 5- l 9 3 O .- ff? ip 95,70 dh., H- :AL .- ... in r-. . . .wif :I y ,, -1:-'1,1'1e-rt' 5 '- I. 'Piilbqd .,, ."1Ff:,5r 'f"f'Af "BJ: vivfffzgfrgv 2 A yt. 'M-line: if 5-ik. .,Qq,.W,f 'L'ff"-551 'i"I.13ffg-gig, M - 3 ww, .5195 " f'r-gfm-f5ixa',-E5-.22-U 113: v . . ,,,-Z A C' , 1 A l l r COACH WIlITNEL ANTHONY RUSSELL Because of his persistent interest in Fombgll Manager our success in Athlctics. wc owe much to our Coach. whom wc all hold in the highcsr cstccm. CHEER LEADERS MARX' l:L,l5'I'CHI3R FLOYD Cox HAROLD PENROD DOROTHY XVATSON DOROTHA JOHNSON KENNETH lVlARTlN 'Gil' 'J iw w N- f 'zzzuitl '1 ifl 1 ki fbi -i 1 U1 , in ' QI l I 'Il li! LAFAYETTE ARMEDA 1929 All Stare l Captain Quarterback ' Hulfbdfk 1930 All State Halfback y . E l O Honorable Mention OYALTY and persistent effort characterize the fine work done by the following members of the football squad. They rendered splendid service to their squad and school and in reality made it possible to produce a varsity. Demonstrating the essence of true sportsmanship, determination, and loyalty, these boys deserve the admiration and respect of the entire student body. For these qualities the following received -letters: Murl Carter, Harry Botts, and Ellis Hutchinson. - .-. .B-I lla X' 111-v FREEMAN BARTLESON ERNEST PRIEST Fullbach Quarterback Review of Games HE Hrst game of the season was played at home in a forty mile gale in which Ft. Meade suffered their iirst defeat of the season at the hands of the "Green Wave," to the tune of 34-0. Next came the Sarasota "Sailors," who tried to avenge the previous year's defeat, but they, too, were disappointed by the score of 38-6. The Lakeland "Dreadnaughts" heavy line won a hard fought battle with Ft. Myers by 12-6. This game was played in the rain and mud, but regardless of these handicaps it proved to be one of the best games of the year, both teams playing good, straight football. This was a hard one to loose, but every M. H. S. man did his best and we were all proud of them. vw , re- -- 1 .. -L s, ' ' ' 4" h' .y T 1 A 5 ELMO SANTINI JACK RICE Halfback Halfback HOMER KLAY GRINNIQL1. SANTINI End End fi- HE longest trip ever taken by Ft. Myers was to Jacksonville, where they met the Andrew Jackson "Tigers." The Tigers outweighed the "Green Wave" and proved to be much more experienced. They defeated us by the one-sided score of 33-O, this being the worst defeat ever handed to M, H. S. On the following week-end, Gainesville traveled from the "University" city to Ft. Myers, where they were administered a 33-0 defeat. Then came Coach Whitnel's old team which has been our rival for the past two years. They also suffered in their home town defeat by the score of 20- I 3. The 'iWildcats" from Wauchula arrived on the scene with a determination to win, but when the final whistle blew they were at the short end, 40-0. Ti i gh ROGER DODD FRANK WILLIAMS TGCIZIE Tackle ROBERT BRYANT Alt. Captain EAMES BISHOP Center Guard E HE iinal game of the season was played in St. Pete on Thanksgiving day, Et. Myers, still fresh from last year's victory, put forth their utmost to repeat the previous year act, but lost by a close score of 20-19. Captain "Buck Armedan again was placed on the mythical all-state team, bringing more honors to himself and to the school. 'iBuck" won a berth in the backfield, being placed at a halfback position. Armeda was termed as one of the best backfield men ever produced in M. H. S. The loss of him, and several others by graduation, will weaken the chances of Et. Myers for a championship team for several years to come. IQ 1 NORMAN SANTINI JAMES BLANCO Guard Guard JESSE JONES Fullback Ft. Ft. Fr. Fr. Fr. Pr. Fr. Fr. Ft. I JOE HILLIARD End ..: 3 lk, 1 .., ,.. ll. 'llll i ggi I ,122 I l 4 E51 bf! l 'lil ..........'f Myers Myers Myers Myers Myers Myers Myers Myers Myers Total 'x ,,.. 1? P .... in I x . Score of Games Ft. Meade . Sarasota . . . Lakeland . . . Andrew Jackson . Gainesville . . . Arcadia . . . Plant Hi . 34 . 38 6 O . Wauchula . 33 19 . 20 40 . 19 Sr.Pere. . . 209 Total . . .. ' 4 '! 5. .1' I 3 A. C. CARLTON ' Halfbach v 1 1. lJ YL, .. I I E . 0 6 12 ..33 ..0 .0 .13 0 fzo .85 BILL FARRIOR up Guard .V .1 5. Wifi 11... .W is lvl I': 7,5 , 1 -.3-W T' ,P Y I 4 The Green Wave of '30 Top Row: J. Hilliard. G. Santini. L. Armeda, F. Bartleson, J. Rice, H. Klay, R. Campbell. A. Bishop E. Hutchinson, H. Botts, H. Smith, Coach Whitnel. Center Row: A Russell. Manager, A. Carleton, M. Carter. B. Farrior, R. Dodd. J. Jones, R. Bryant, E. Priest, N. Scott. Bottom Row: E. Santini, N. Santini, F. Williams, C. Thompson, J. Blanco. 1 li X , . 1 '1 'Q , t 1 ,..""".g. In .f MTF? H 3- -'Qi ll ' l , .i .-t-wrgffiggif E V N117 4 E qi! Y ' ' , ll 1, sl 1 ::i.,--gt :ll i Basket-Ball HE "GREEN WAVE" enjoyed a successful year, both in the City i League and with high school quintet over the state. 4' I Fort Myers won two easy victories over the Alva "live" by the score 2 Q of 27-5 in Alva and a return game here by 28-4. l Bradenton was defeated here by the score of 19-l 3 but later avenged them- " selves by defeating M. H. S. on their own court 24-12. I A Arcadia won a hard fought contest from us in Arcadia by turning in a 'l score of 31-24. V f Coach Whitnel entered a team in the Big Ten meet at Lakeland, proving F to be easy meat for the "Lakeland Dreadnaughtsf' 1929 State Champs. We s were defeated by the overwhelming score of 41-8. f E 5 L-1 Reading from left to right: Back Row: if Noah Scott, Harold Penrod, Graydon Jones ,,, Center Row: Coach Win Whitnel, Kenneth Martin, Roger Dodd, Harry Botts, Clyde Richardson. Front Row: A. C. Carlton, Capt. Jack Rice, Ernest Priest. ,- ., Q 1, e j 1 iz , 4 F f F F -, 1 5 i la u 5 4 A , 1 ' l . 3 Q I Q I ,..-.---, :lm 'Q li' 1 1 f i , it LIT' v: t 'il .. Q EJ' 'ft E -156 .t 15? 'L 'fl 1 Vg . i-' Seniors "CHAMPIONS" First Row: Coach Long. Martha Allen, Helen Mickle, Ruth Kight. Thelma Coleman. Virginia Watkins. Top Row: Margaret Page, Kathleen Watson, Virginia Peterson, Hilda Hendricks, Nettie Lee Boyette, Elizabeth Tarrer. juniors Top Row: Dorothy Moore. Edna Youmans, Coach Long, Jane Gorton, Elizabeth Roderick. Bottom Row: Mary Sawyer. Ruth Gornto, Margaret Kader, Mildred Reiter. Sophomore A 'YELLOW JACKETS" First Row: Orbie Barwick, Eleanor Reihling. Lorraine Smith, Althea Smith, Helen Wells, Coach Long. Second Row: Marjorie Harris, Lucille Peters. Dorothy Watson, Gladys Boyette. Virginia Sheppard, Lorraine Allred, Sophomore "GREEN HORNSH First Row: Mary Perry Pollock, Velma Barwick, Marjorie Storter, Juanita Mann. Dorothy White. Second Row: Coach Long, Catherine Smith, Harriet Goodman, Iilgin Croco, Mary Rciniker, Catherine McCall. .N uint I 'I' I L ,1 ' Q Q-gl' il l i ig 5l l . S m Baseball il lil' an-:nu S this is early in the baseball season it is hard to tell just what our team can do. The prospects of the team are very bright, with the boys Working hard every afternoon. We have games scheduled with Arcadia, Sarasota, Plant, Hillsboro. This, we hope, will make Ft. Myers eligible to enter the State Tournament at Orlando , May 8, 9, 10. , it 'fill l il, W r 2 4 l f W .9 , 5. 1 - T 1 1 3 Top Row: E. Foster, H. Hoyer, S. Chipley, N. Scott, E. Priest, T. Pursley, G. Jones, R. Tew. j l gg' l 'all Bottom Row: ' E. Santini, H. Penrod, R. Campbell, J. Hilliard, F. Bartleson, K. Martin, J. XVilliams. 1 I Q, . 2 'f 7 L , li' I-I l-I ' I I I l I . l l 5 d l '-" CALOOSAHATCHIAN "" n f -M School Log SEPTEMBER 9-School begins .... "Nuff-sed." SEPTEMBER 27-Seniors elect officers .... Cl-Ionorsl. SEPTEMBER 28-Ft. Myers, 34-Ft. Meade, 0 .... "Ahem." OCTOBER 2-Daily routine in progress .... "O-Hum." OCTOBER 6-Sarasota sailed in but rowed out. OCTOBER 9-Miss Moore's Ford is wrecked. CU OCTOBER l 1-Lakeland. OCTOBER 15--Seniors elect staff-fMore Honorsj. OCTOBER 17-Squad leaves for Jacksonville. OCTOBER 23-Cast chosen for the play. OCTOBER 25'-"Purple Hurricane" is subdued by the "Green Wave." NOVEMBER ll-Everybody in Arcadia.-"Oh, what a game." NOVEMBER 17-Plant High. NOVEMBER 24-Wauchula. CFour in a row.j NOVEMBER 27-Out for Thanksgiving. NOVEMBER 28-The last game of the year. DECEMBER 2-Miss Boyd substitutes. "Oh, Coach." DECEMBER 3-4-"The Touchdown." "Three cheers for Siddell." DECEMBER 5-Miss Finger elected sponsor of the Junior class. DECEMBER 15-Miss Finger comes to school with a permanent. "Who is he?" DECEMBER 20-Out for the holidays. "Hurrah for Santa Claus." JANUARY 6-School again. CCensored.j JANUARY 13-17-Review week. Midnight oil. JANUARY 21-"EXAMS." FEBRUARY ll-Fair Week. The Seniors booth is a huge success. FEBRUARY 28-The Juniors have charge of chapel. "Ernie" is all dressed up. MARCH 6--First appearance of the band. MARCH 14-Sophomore-Senior Picnic. "Oh, that moon." MARCH 25-Annual Staff busy. APRIL 1-Miss Muriel wanted in the oflice on very important busi- ness. APRIL 4--Coach Whitnel went up the state to get some baseball games scheduled. We wonder if we have a game with Wesleyan? APRIL 9--Annual is sent off. Staff's hair turned gray from work. APRIL 22-23-"SEVEN CI-IANCESI' The lucky seventh. MAY 6--Junior-Senior banquet. "Such a swell time." '- MAY 25-Baccalaureate Sermon by Rev. OL T. -Anderson. ' MAY 30-Graduation. Address by Dr. Ludd M. Spivey, President-of Southern College. AT LAST. ' "" GOODBY! . '-" - I- .- I I -I IQ! 9 C3 0 .-I """ u A L Ut 359-. H fill t H l A "' IM ii Ml IQ it A Day in M. H. S. lp I-l 8 :00-K. R. M. arrives and parks Ford under oak tree. 8:05-Boys begin collecting on corner of Second and Fowler. 8:11-Enough boys on said corner to form double line through which girls must pass. 8:15-First bell rings. Everybody tears out in opposite direction. 8:20-1-17 of study hall seats occupied. Teachers stand guard over pupils with the deadly pink pad as weapon. 8:25-The wise begin to study. The other Wise annoy the wise by asking to borrow pencils, books and knowledge. 4 8 :27-Everett Kent arrives and stumbles over Charles Renfro's feet. 8:28-Loiterers on Fowler Street notice time and walk faster. 8:29-They run. 8:30-The regular grind begins. 8:32-Tardies rush to office and autograph hated pink pad in exchange for admits. 8 : 3 3-Lessons. 8:48-Barbara makes first round for list of absentees. 9:00-Clock strikes, and everybody sets Watch. 9:37-More lessons. 10: 10-Chapel. 10:17-Robert Bryant meets Seniors in Miss Muriel's room. Ernest Priest meets Juniors in Miss Finger's room. Jack Rice and tribe head for the Annual Staff room. 10:25-Meetings over, at least some of them. 10:26-Teachers resume watch over students. Study halls are given at random. 10:30-More lessons. 11:30-Great disturbance in study hall. Roger Dodd had been kicked out of bookkeeping and was now making himself unwelcome in study hall. 1 I :59-"Sophomores may stand. Pass." 12:00-"Juniors may stand. Pass." .l2:Ol-"All who are hungry may stand. Pass." 12:30-Busupupils have privilege of entering study hall after signing name to petition." ' 12:50-lltriyone on the school grounds has privilege-or orders--to enter study a . 12:58-Same procedure is in process on Fowler Street. 1:00--Still more lessons. 1 230--Steady stream from the study hall to the drinking fountain, and for the tenth time that day look at the bulletin board, in hope of more news. 1:43-Great disturbance in passing of classes, also passing of notes. 1:48-All's quiet again. 2:15-Great noise in library, some one has tripped over an innocent foot. 3:17-The happy family again assembles. 3:22-Study halls read out, and frowns appear. ,-1, 3:30-Dismissal. Free at last, 'till tomorrow anyway. lil- l 193Q W L 1 i' ,1 E 1 - '53 : N 2 2 5 K F .N a F. 1 V. i: 3 5 I. The Caloosalhautelhian Stall? JACK RICE Editor-in-Chief EUGENE PARKER HARRY BoTTs Advertising Manager Business Manager KATHLEEN WATSON ELOISE DUPUY Society Editor Club Editor First Row: Anthony Russell, Sports Editor. Warren Wiltshire, Circulation Manager, Frances Taylor, Art Staff, Joe Pendleton, Art Staff, Jack Morris, Assistant Circulation Manager. Middle Row: Margaret Page, Literary Editor, Brevard Nisbet, Assistant Literary Editor. Philip Parshall. Art Staff, Glynn Bryant, Junior Representative, Hewitt Parsons, Art Editor, Dorotha Johnson, Joke Editor, Franklin Cobb, Assistant Circulation Manager, Nettie Lee Boyette, Girls Sport Editor. The Spanish Club HIS is a newly organized club among the students taking Spanish. To become a member one must make an average of 90721 for the first semester. The oHicers are elected by vote of the club SARA KING .... EVELYN POTTINGER ALAEAE STEPHENS MRS, LEWIS . ' ORVILLE ALLEN MARY CAMPBELL FRANKLIN COBB BEATRICE FRAEDRICH ALBERT HOARD SANGSTER CHIPLEY DOROTHY NYE MARGARET PAGE HEWITT PARSONS KATHLEEN WATSON DOROTHA JOHNSON JUNE ARMEDA DOROTHY BISHOP WOODROW BROWN ALSIE CORN NOLEN DURRE MARY LOUISE FOXWORTHY JANE GORTON ANNA HENDRY JAMES JACKSON KATHLEEN .IEFFCOTT RUTH KAUNE JUNE MCINTYRE ELIZABETH PERRY ERNEST PRIEST EDNA YOUMANS . . . President , Vice-President . Secretary . Sponsor FREDDIE REITER MILDRED REITER ELINOR RIEBLING ELIZABETH RODERIGK MARY SAWYER HELEN SCOTT DOROTHEA STANDLEY ROY TEW OLIVE TOWLES ALMA TROWBRIDGE LEONA VICKERS DOROTHY WATSON FELICIA WEST The Alpha Society HIS is the honorary society towards which we all strive for membership. During the first six months of school all students work hard to keep study halls, absences, and tardies below the maximum as well as to make the necessary one hundred twelve points to become a member, The students hav- ing the highest number of points become Officers. Seniority decides in case of a tie. The faculty are honorary members. BRIZVARD NISBET ELIZABETH SHIEPPARD BILLY WILSON MARY' LOUISE ITOXWORTHY NETTIE LEE BOYETTE FRANCES TAYLOR RICHARD SCHUG CATHIERYN SMITH MARGARET MORGAN DOROTHY NYE INA MAE GORDON ERNEST PRIEST GENEVIEVE MORRIS HILDA HENDRICKS SARA KING VIRGINIA SHEPPARD HELEN SCOTT CHARLES MARTIN MARY SAWYER GLADYS BOYETTE MARGARET PAGE ELEANOR RIEBLING ALTHEA SMITH KATHLEEN WATSON DOROTHA JOHNSON MARY MARGARET ARCHARD HARRY CHAPMAN MARGARET KADER CHARLOTTE KINZIE ALAFAE STEPHENS ALSIE CORN JERRINE PACE DOROTHEA STANDLEY ELIZABETH PERRY KIZZIE HIRES EULA MILLER MAUDE ALICE BEASLEY MARY CAMPBELL RUTH KIGHT LILLIAN TOOKE ANNALYN JOBST SANGSTER CHIPLEY RUTH. KAUNE NOLEN DURRE RUBY GRIFFIN TOMMY BLOUNT MILDRED REITER WILLIAM SANDS MARTHA ALLEN HARRY BOTTS EUNICE ENGLEHARDT ELIZABETH RANSOM FANNIE MCDONALD HEWITT PARSONS WILLIAM ST. CLAIRE BEATRICI3 FRAEDRICH MARTHA MAE CLEMENTS ELIZABETH TARRER ANNA HENDRY DOROTHY BISHOP JUANITA MANN LELAND CAIN WILSON WARD ROBERT MORRIS CHARLES PETTIT EAMES BISHOP ELIZABETH RODERICK JAMES SAPP ORVILLE ALLEN FRANKLIN COBB MARY GOODMAN VIRGINIA PETERSON JACK MORRIS MARGARET CLARK REBECCA LEACH OLIVE TOWLES ROY TEW IMA MAE WARD WILFRED FUTRAL HAROLD SANTINI ALMA TROWBRIDGE -..Q- The Caloosahatehee Nature Club HIS is another honor which gives membership for life. To become a member of this club a student must have an average Of 8575 in Biology. The club was Organized in 1923-24, the main Object being the study and the Observation of nature, SO that we may appreciate it better. We are especially proud Of the fact that Mrs. Thomas A. Edison is one Of the charter members. ' The sponsors are Mr. Lewis, Miss Moore, and Miss XValker. ERNEST PRIEST , ............... President ELIZABETH HARTSFIELD ...... RUTH CAMPBELL DOROTHY MOORE EELECIA WEST LEONA VICKERS RUTH KAUNE MARY GOODMAN MARGARET KADER ALAFAE STEPHENS FLORENCE STURGIS VIRGINIA WATKINS CURTIS ALLISON HELEN MICKLE KENNETH MARTIN HILDA HENDRICKS CLARENCE TROWBRIDGE HELEN SCOTT RUTH KIGHT ALSIE CORN LILLIAN TOOKE RUTH JAMES WILLIS ALLISON DONALD TAYLOR JUANITA KAY ANTHONY RUSSELL HELEN SCOTT ZELLA CORN SMOOT JOHNSON ALMA TROWBRIDGE MARGARET CLARK NOLEN DUREE BEATRICE ERAEDRICH OLIVE TOWLES JANE GORTON MARY SAWYER MARY CAMPBELL WARREN WILTSHIRE JUANITA SADLER DOLLIE JOHNSON CIRINNELL SANTINI ELIZABETH RODERICK ETTA CONNOR ROY TEW MARY LOUISE EOXWORTHY MARY BLANCO ELIZABETH PERRY MARTHA MAE CLEMENTS CILENN ROBERTS CURTIS HOUSE ELIZABETH RANSOM MAYO JOHNSON ANNA HENDRY MARGARET PAGE SARA KING EAMES BISHOP MARGUERITE PAC-H . ,Secretary BREVARD NISBET BILL SAPP JOE HILLIARD JACK MORRIS ROBERT BRYANT FRANKLIN COBB HEWITT PARSONS ORVILLE ALLEN DOROTHA JOHNSON ERNEST KINZIE CHARLES TRUEBERGER KENNETH DENNOM ALVIN LAMP HAZEL MCDANIELS SANOSTER CHIPLEY MILDRED RAULERSON LELAND CAIN WILLIAM ST. CLAIRE 1, I i fllalmf , - ., .aa . 4 9' i' mul f 7' ' ' :s K l l A IH r I l I l in Ft. Myers junior Band UR school band is the outgrowth of our High School Orchestra under the direction of Mrs. Effie W. Henderson. Mr. Richmond Dean, after hearing the orchestra, decided we should have a large organization and devoted some time to selling the idea of a band to the local people. He was also generous in the matter of money and has continued to be so up to the present. It began rehearsals in November with a splendid director, Mr. Frank Sturchio. Its progress has been unusually satisfactory as it has played at many events in such a manner as to arouse the enthusiasm of the townspeople. lm, mb t rl 'ill :lu The "M" Club S the Alpha honors those of intellectual abilities so the "M" club honors those who have been foremost in athletics. Membership in this club is restricted to those who win a letter in any branch of athletics. A letter is highest honor obtainable in the line of high school athletics. ROBERT BRYANT .......... ..... P resident MURL CARTER . ,, . Vice-Presidenr ROGER DODD ..... . Secretary-Treasurer COACH WIN WHITNEL . . . Sponsor First Row: A. C. Carlton, Jesse Jones, Norman Santini, James Blanco, Anthony Rus- sell, Kenneth Martin, Grinnell Santini, Jack Rice. Middle Row: Eames Bishop, Ernest Priest, Harry Botts, Elmo Santini, Freeman Bartle- son. Tommy Pursley. Top Row: Ellis Hutchinson, Graydon Jones, Homer Klay, Noah Scott, Frank Williams, Joe Hilliard. Advanced Home Economics Department HIS is a large group of enthusiastic girls under the eiicient supervision of Mrs. Lorena Hendry. Besides cooking and dress making, the girls make rugs, coats, bags, and other dainty articles. The dresses that they have on in the picture are of their own make. They wore them in their annual fashion show. They also had an exhibition at the fair. Top Row: Alta Osteen, Marie Fielder, Katherine Shanahan. Lorraine Shanahan, Mary Blanco, Lois Clark. Middle Row: Frances Taylor, Grace Blount, Nettie Lee Boyette, Hilda Hendricks, Kathleen Jeffcott, Margaret Clark. Bottom Row: Lillian Tooke, Evelyn Pottinger, Maude Philips, Rebecca Leach, Dorothea Standley, Mildred Reiter, Mrs. Lorena Hendry. Mathematics Club O become a member of this very elite club one must be taking elective mathematics, and must make a UB" average. HARRY BoTTs . . . . President SARA KING .... ..... V ice-President BREVARD NISBET . , , Secretary and Treasurer Miss RUTH FINGER . .... Sponsor First Row: Evelyn Pottinger. Dorothea Standley, Nolan Durre. Alsie Corn, Helen Scott. Eula Miller, Ruth Kight, Helen Scott, Anthony Russell. Middle Row: Dorothy Nye. Jack Morris. Mary Sawyer. Ruth Kaune. Mary Louise Fox- worthy, Zella Corn. Wilson Ward, Mildred Reiter, Frances Taylor. Top Row: Donald Taylor, Hilda Hendricks, Virginia Watkins, Kathleen Watson, Ernest Priest, Elizabeth Roderick, Maude Alice Beasley, Forest Tatum. Librarians HE high school library is run under the supervision of Miss Sara Muriel. She is aided by seven student librarians. The library has a complete line of reference books, magazines and novels. This is one of the best high school libraries in southwest Florida and Nl. H. S. pupils are proud of it. HARRY Borrs MARY CAMPBIELL DoRoTIIY BISHOP VIRGINIA PIs'rIQRsoN MARY GOODMAN LII-I.IAN PIAOOKIZ HIELIQN SCOTT KIZZIE HIRES MAUDI5 AI-Ic:Is BI2AsI.I2Y NIJITII2 LEI2 BOYYETTIQ lVlAR'I'llA MAE Cl.l?MliN'l'S HILDA HISNDRICKS FRANIQLIN COBI5 :ina T . ws H fx, Ili F1 -f'xll.'l I 'i 'IJX F If I s..-I I i in an-m li' Q o ' The Chemistry Wizards p ,-.. IMI HIS is also a new organization in our school. To become a member of this distinguished club, students in chemistry must have an average of 8895 for the first semester. ERNEST PRIEST . . . . . . President CHARLES MARTIN . , . Vice-President ALAFAE STEPHENS . . . . Secretary BEATRICE FRAEDRICH . . Treasurer MR. PARKE LEWIS . . Sponsor l i. First Row: Mary Campbell, Ruth Kight, Dorothy Bishop, James Sapp, Charles Martin. Middle Row: Roy Tew, Maude Alice Beasley, Elizabeth Tarrer, Martha Allen, Alafae Stephens, Mr. Lewis. Top Row: Forrest Tatum, Eunice Englehardt, Beatrice Fraedrich, Ernest Priest. ig gi 1 Q S Q .in The Touchdown HE Senior class presented "The Touchdown" on December 3rd and 4th at the Edison Park Auditorium. It was termed by all that saw it as a grand success, and one of the best plays ever put on by a Senior class. The performance was timed for the end of the football season. The members of the cast were well chosen and trained under the able direction of Mrs. C. P. Adams. Barbara Balch acted as assistant director. Much credit is due to Mrs. Adams and the cast for the dramatic success, and to the play committee for the financial success of "The Touchdown." THE CAST Grant Hayden .... HOMER KLAY Henry Sumner ..... JACK RICE Expert Football Player, Amateur Sculptor Young Professor Robert Hayden . . . HEWITT PARSONS Watassa Faulkner . EVELYN POTTINGER Grant's Younger Brother A Student Football Enthusiast Alfred Woolfe .... ERNEST KINZIE Rena Maynard . . DOROTHA JOHNSON Dissipated Football Player Margery Carson . MAUDE ALICE BEASLEY Gene Clark ..... CURTIS HOUSE A Junior Who Lisps Coach at Siddell Dollie Sylvester .... JUANITA KAY Junius Brooks .... AZELL PRINCE One of the Sylvester Twins Heavy-Weight Sophomore Evelyn Sylvester . GERALDINE CARLETON George Holman .... HARRY BOTTS Dollies Echo Frank Mitchell . . WARREN WILTSHIRE Priscilla Parmalee . NETTIE LEE BOYETTE Football Rooters EXTRAS ELIZABETH HARTSFIELD HELEN MICKLE KATHLEEN WATSON WINIFRED WINTLE ROGER DODD VIRGINIA WATKINS LAFAYETTE ARMEDA PHILIP PARSHALL CAl.OOSAHAT1CHlAN u - -- T Seven Chances I N April 22 and 23, the Senior Class presented the three act comedy-drama, "Seven Chances," at the Edison Park Auditorium. Under the excellent directing of Mrs. Adams, it was termed one of the best amateur performances ever put on here. The cast was well chosen and along with the producing staff deserve the highest of praise for their work. Harry Boots acted as assistant director. I THE CAST Jimmie Shannon . . . . . JACK RICE Billy Meekin . . t HOMER KLAY Henry Garrison . . . AZELL PRINCE Earl Goddard . . . SAM WELLER Joe Spence . . . ORVILLE ALLEN Ralph Denby . . . ANTHONY RUSSELL George . . . . . FRANK CARTER 7 Anne Windsor . . . VIRGINIA WATKINS Mrs Garrison . . . ELOISE DUPUY Georgianna Garrison . . MARIE FIELDER Lilly Trevor . . . KATHLEEN WATSON Peggy Wood . . . EVELYN POTTINGER I Florence Jones . . LORRAINE SI-IANA!-IAN Berry Willoughby . P. . . ADA LEE BIGELOW I .1-n itll ln- L ll l I I ...... l 9 3 0 --f C Al.OOSAHAT'CHlAN "' i l- --l i g Ft. Myers High School F-is for friends and Fords and fun, 0--is for ofiicers We've all learned to shun, l R-responsibility we eagerly share, T-stands for thoughtfulness, seen everywhere. M-is for math, which we try hard to pass, , Y-is the yawns at the end of each class. 4 E-our editor with head in thought bowed, l R-Qour reputation of which we are proud, S-for school song, sung long and loud. H-is for hambergers sold at the fair, I-is for ignorance, a thing very rare. G-for graduation, our life long dream, H-is for the holidays, how short they seem. S-is for sense, which all of us own, C-is for conceit, which to us is unknown. H-is for happiness and health shining thru, 0-is for optimism when every thing's blue, O-for opportunities offered this year, L-stands for laughter and life and good cheer. --M. P. f s, ,elf ul: 1 9 3 O il-fl I 4 WV' YR nature I .X-6. - f-A-!'ti"lgf4:-H A ffl ,Z 1 4 5595 n uf!! 'fill- , N., -,ia 1, A AX ,, ,. ,, ,S ., W- . i' , v ,kgixffi 'i sn-""e""'v, G, . , fin: mi . . faq. .1 f , N 'rn W 1 4.1s1gf u.g , -W V. "Ll-,,.,f 4SfL3i.,,,7'4 9",'.g:'- 2 ' '31-1 r--f' fi 51 -." 2- ' F55 .' ' - -.wp L- mf A iw ,. .,1 , Lg , K ., ,. P '-:,,: Quilt fl 1 b "Ly , , 95, , . .f-' 1- A 'i7 ' ' TV. . .atv L" FAT-f - 32,7 ., . A ,. .3 :Sain 1 2- mv-:1 .iifffgj 1 T155 -if A. 'ig . :igikl-i?,,,m,,F, 7 55227 z, ' ie: 'G-1 A-Lf? '5 1' .. "'faf1'h-'I 33, 1 .9121 1, Li: sf--A-1-sh , w .milf .Lr?fSk?-sf mv' '11, -.5 aiilwegiif if J wg -P 16. if f -1? 7 'L ' H fi LQ' , u 1 4 BREVARD NISBET ERNEST PRIEST Most Intellectual Girl," "Most Intellectual and Athletic Boy." "Freshmen" JUANITA KAY WARREN WILTSHIRE Mos! Beautiful Girl." "Most Handsome Boy. I s I 4. -I I if KATHLEEN WATSON ROBERT BRYANT Best All-Round Girl." "Best All-Round Boy WINIFRED WINTLE JACK RICE 'Most Popular Girl." "Most Popular Boy ,,w 1 . 1 RUTH KIGHT "Cutest Girl." ELMO SANTINI "Sheik," NETTIE LEE BOYETTE MARIE FIELDER "Most Athletic Girl." "Biggest Flirt." peg, X A 'Q '10, i 1. . R ' uf OLIVE TOWLES FREEMAN BARTLESON "Best Dressed Girl." "Best Dressed Boy." "V M V V .. V K .AJ " Ave 2-uranium -f , - guy 4111 1 A L . :UD K 3 E ' l ' Q ff- A 4 I , . , 1 i MURI, and DOROTHA COACH WHITNEL 'Most Dated Couple." "Most Beloved Member of the Faculty." Ci - RR. T REE WT -. U ,...L-wo if ROBB 81 STUCKY ' CO PANY EXTENDS BEST WISHES TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1930 OUR ADVICE Y Y FIRST FURNISH YOUR HOME-IT TELLS WHAT You ARE a.....m T "'flED T T RORR R STUCKY COMPANY FURNITURE : RUGS : VICTROLAS DRAPERIES : AWNINGS : RADIOS P H 0 N E 2 4 9 HENDRY STREET FORT MYERS, FLA. BUSINESS COLLEGE EDUCATION THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A MERE "JOB" AND A HPOSITIONI' IS TRAINING! You can secure a complete business course in the Fort Myers Business College under competent instructors at a nominal cost. "The Trained Student Becomes the E Hicient Executivev The Fort Myers Business College PHONE 782 2207 BROADWAY FT. MYERS, FLA FORT MYERS SUPER SERVICE STATION MOTOR INN CORPORA TION PHONE 500 Batteries : Tires : Rims : Greasing : Gas and Oil Vulcanizing : Retreading FREE ROAD SERVICE we GENAERAL TIRE BAY AT HENDRY FT. MYERS, FLA This Annual is a great invention, The Staff gets all the fame, The printer gets the compensation, But Poor Jack gets all the blame. Ill' its 'K 'lf 41' Dudley Clocking at paperj : "Papa, what kind of a robber is a page?" Mr. Hill: "I don't know. Why did you ask?" Dudley: "It says that two pages held up the bride's train." ir 'lk if SF 4? IN THE LIBRARY. Miss Finger: "Have you been reading Longfellow?" Ernest Hart: "Naw, 'bout fifteen minutes." ilfilfilvikfllf Curtis: "Don't you think I look a little pale?" Juanita: "No, To me you look more like a tub." llritilfdtllf Tiny: "Can you keep a secret?" Zella: "I'll tell the worldf' if :Ks Il 8 if Dorotha: "What did you do with your chivalry?" Murl: "I turned it in for a Ford." Il? HN' ll! 'li 4? Bud: "Don't you think that absence makes the heart grow fonder?" Libbie: "Yes and resentsf' 7 if PK' 'IF 'IF if IDEAL SENIOR GIRL. Mary Goodman ........................ Hair Juanita Kay ..... ................ F orm Tiny Kight ........ ..... S weet Disposition Dorotha Johnson .... ...... W ooing Ways Evelyn Pottinger . . . ................. Eyes Dorothy Nye ........... Intellectual Ways Nettie Lee Boyette .... ...... . Athletic Ways Margaret Page ..... ........ O riginality IE 'lk 'lf ll? ilk Olive: "What was that?" Jack: "Oh, that was just some unbreakable glass falling." ll SF if ill 1? Junior Chaving picture taken for annualb : "I hope this picture does me justice." Photographer: "Justice? Say, girlie, what you need is mercy." iffltfkfi Speed Cop: "You will get fifty dollars for this tomorrow." Honey: "Thanks, I'll need it." ig' in no 'Ti The only thing like it D nk T is another Coca-Cola Delicious and Refreshing Nine Over--MILLION a day 4 Fort Myers Coca-Cola Bottling l Company, Inc. A Cor. Edison Ave. and Tamiami Trail FORT MYERS, FLORIDA i It had to be good to get where it is H 925. .eg-0 1 If I WE CONGRATULATE THE CLASS OF '30 FORT MYERS, FLORIDA CAPITAL STOCK . . 3BI00,000.00 SURPLUS ..... 3BI00,000.00 l'n1lvr the Supervision of tho Illlitml States Gow-1'i1lnm1t Member of the Federal Reserve System Only National Bank in Lee County OFFICERS ' FRANK C. Al.lll+lliMAN ...,.. ' . . . . l'r1'siri1'11I GICORGIC KINGSTON . ....... . . l'iw'-I'l'awivIm1l VIIARLICS V. I'l'KSl.lCY ....... . l'l1'0-1'l'C'S"l:II'C'llf MAIIRICIC T. FLYNN ........ ..... I faslziefr R. l'. LANG, JR .............., -lssislrrnf Uashicr DIRECTORS I"1':nnk C. Alderman George Kingston XY. D. Collier NI. T. Flynn Virgil C. Robb Chas. I". Mile:-1 -D Charles C. Pursley George R. Sims - 4-210 1 3 if M. F lossie Hill Department Store PIECE GOODS : NOTIONS HOUSEHOLD LINENS FANCY WORK YARN : BEADS Everything in Ladies' and Childrelfs Ready-to-Wear The Ladies' Trading Place 57+ -Q55 The Heitman Clothing Company FLORSHEIM SHOES KNOX HATS MANHATTAN SHIRTS COMPLETE LINE OF Clothing : Furnishings : Shoes CAPS AND HATS FOR MEN HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER Sz MARX CLOTIIES HEI TMAN -E VAN S COMPANY FISHING TACKLE and HUNTERS, EQUIPMENT A SPECIALTY GOLDSMITH SPORTING GOODS MARINE SUPPLIES :: OUTBOARD MOTORS Hardware of All Kinds FORT MYERS :: FLORIDA 37- me A. C.: "I ought to know how to ride. I was raised in the saddle." Homer: "That's nothing, so was I the first time I tried itf' Slffllfvlllflkii Joke No. 135650, after the Junior-Senior Banquet. All the Seniors went to the B. Sz D. and got something to eat Cat the expense of the Juniorsj. 'lf if ik 'll 1' Mrs. Lewis: "Fools sometimes ask questions that wise men cannot answer." Rufus: "I reckon that is the reason so many of us flunked the last exam." 'IF SF Ill all SKI Robert Morris: "Every time I kiss you it makes me a better man." Juanita Mann: "Well, you needn't. try to get to heaven in one night." tiki!!! Miss Long: "Robert, give me the principal parts of the verb dief' Bob: "Die, dead and buried." Miss Long: "Now, give me the principal parts of love." Bob: "Love, married, divorced." 'arsssrssas Accounting for 4,132,879 bachelors: "Two can live cheaper than one, but it's certainly worth the difference to stay single." iflfiifllflf . Jack Rice: "Why are you standing in the doorway ringing your hands so vigorously?" Roger Dodd: "Because the doorbell is out of order." Ilfllielllfllffllf Henry: "And why do you call me Pilgrim?" Cleo: "Well, every time you call you make a little Progress." Skiiiiif LOST :-Compact with five dollars. Please return lipstick. Finder is welcome-to compact and five dollars. Winifred Wintle. Ikfltilfllf-S6 Coach: "I am tempted to give you a test today." Voice in back of the room: "Yield not to temptation. Skisllllfltflk 77 Grits: "Can you do anything that no one else can?,' Buck: "Sure, I can read my own writing."' U Sk if HI' it "Murl," asked Miss Moore, "did you throw any of those paper wads on the blackboard?" Murl: "No, mam, mine didn't stick." it M? L. W. ENGELHARDT .sz sozvs MORTICIANS LADY ASSISTANT Efficient Ambulance Service we DAY PHONE NIGHT PHONE 2 8 2 3 8 8 - - .959 Ogg.. 1 . if I West Coast Printing Allred Jewelry Company Company RULERS WATCHES BINDERS REPAIRING ALLRED ON JEWELRY IS LIKE STERLING ON ' SILVER l 2044 HENDRY STREET 1115 First Street P. O. BOX 1107 FT. MYERS : FLORIDA 13 5? COMPLIMENTS OF Pollock Lumber Company 4 PHONE 515 Fort Myers :: Florida 519- --JS Ga. 1 .1203 C52-5. , 1 r 51 3 MOORFFS DRUG SUNDRIES W . O . S I L C 0 X I CURB SERVICE Paper Hanging : Painting Interior Decorating W es - 577 East First Street n - 1013 Hoople Street - gi?" 'Wiki an 'Wg LADIES' HABERDASHER READY-T0-WEAR : MILLINERY S H 0 E S Hendry Street : . Fort Myers, Fla. PHONE 125 ONE DAY SERVICE Quality Dry Cleaners Let Don Do Your Cleaning We Call for and Deliver 1135 First Street :: Fort Myers, Fla. if we 034. I 2. 22 ,A 21-2 w,,rr.44f45 a , if McLean s Restaurant, Inc. A. D. MCLEAN, Manager QUALITY : SERVICE : PURITY ulncomparable Home Cookingv We Never Close - 1108 First Street :: Phone 292 :: Fort Myers, Fla. - Chg. , , ,, , , E, N f ,S ,- it r g PHONE 851 pug Watch Us Grow Deliveries Prompt -with- i 512 Royalston St. S 'Of Fort Myers D Palm City Ice Company - artnet -at Obg. if-153 i r Bank of Fort Myers and Trust Company 471 Paid on Savings Accounts 'GTHE BANK OF PERSONAL SERVICE" FORT MYERS :: FLORIDA eff -QE . IDEAL SENIOR BOY. Harry Botts .................. . ........ Hair Homer Klay .... .... P eaceful Countenance Elmo Santini . . . ..... . ............... Smile Bud Wiltshire ........ Heartbreaking Ability Robert Bryant . . . ......... Athletic Ability Jack Rice ...... .... , .Dramatic Ability Sam Weller ........ ...... B ashful Ways Ernest Kinzie ....... ............. E yes iii!! Miss Moore CBill was borrowing some paperj: "Bill, doesn't your father furnish you with paper?" Bill Sapp: "No, mam, my father runs a second hand store." if blk if Ill Ili What a Wonderful bonfire the sophomores could build if they could only get their heads together. 'F SF Il 8 95 Ernest Priest: "I'll take pork chops and have them lean, please." Dorothy Moore Cwaitressjn "Yes, sir, to the right or left?" 'IF SF 1F W 4 Coach Whitnell: 'tWhat was the indirect cause of the election of President Wilson?" Eunice: "Votes" SK' 'lk 'll' 1? 'lil Mother: "Why were you Whipped at school today, Jesse?" Jesse: "Teacher told us to Write an essay on 'The Result of Laziness' and I sent up a blank paper." if fill SKI it 'll Harry Botts: "Men of my type aren't running loose." Helen Scott, Jr.: "Of course not. That is What the police are for." if ilk Ill! if Ill' "You're home early, Roger. Didn't you enjoy the play?" asked Mrs. Dodd of her son who had just returned from a school play. "No. I didn't get to see the end," Roger replied. "Why not?" asked Mrs. Dodd. "Well, look what the program says, 'The Second Act Will Take Place in Two Years' Time' " Il Sk IK ll i Miss Muriel: "By the way, Ernest, your recitation of Macbeth re- minds me of Quebec." Ernest Hart: "Why so?" Miss Muriel: "It's built on a bluff." Wit!!! Judge: "Do you remember the number of the car that hit you?" Miss Finger: "I'n1 afraid that I don't, but I noticed that if it were multiplied by fifty, the cube root of the product would be equal to the sum of the digits reversed." een 1 S 111 S 111111 S SSESSESSS 1 ,W 11.980 1' COMPLIMENTS OF Foxworthy and Lee EVERY HOME SHOULD HAVE KARPEN FURNITURE 1005-1007 First Street gi?" iFFi""fEJ gin. ee , We f E we f A., new U I QUALITY MARKET FANCY GROCERIES : FRUITS Vegetables and Meats 2110 Hendry Street Fort Myers, Florida e e ee E E are are E rr as E at Ohm ee -ee e E E eeeee eeee e as e- E --H599 il rf Franklin Hardware Company, Inc. Sporting Goods : General Hardware : Mill Supplies Paints and Varnishes : Farming Implements Explosives 1044 First Street Phone 32 C2517 Y --V Y- ----- ,--- --- -- W- ---- --- www- --7--W -3- Y IBM' Q r TASTY SANDWICHES- - Made of Butter Flake Bread or Rolls insures success of any soeinl ocension VISIT OUR Sweet Shop PIIOHC 456 Everything in Baked Goods 2005 Hendry Street Morrison Baking Company .ago nuff? 9f"'e ' if The Lee County Bank and Trust Co. CAPITAL STOCK : 8200,000.00 4 Per Cent. Paid on Savings Accounts OFFICERS F. IRVING HOLMES ......... President J. H. FEARS ...... Vice-President and Cashier R. H. ARNDT .......... Assistant Cashier S. R. DAVIS .......... Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS Barron Collier F. Irving Holmes Richmond Dean C. Ii. Starnes Clarence B. 0il21KIWil'k J. F. Garner Peter O. Knight A. L. YVhite YVa.rren A. Cartier Amos Boliek Geo. NV. Martin G. A. Arndt R. A. Henderson, Jr. J. S. Gillenfine - A - few- -ek gl 3. MI? REMBRANDT STUDIO ARTISTIC POR TRAI TS PHONE 462 HEITMAN BUILDING - FORT MYERS, FLA. EVERGLADES NURSERY PALMS AND SHRUBBERY Help Make Your City Attractive by Beautifying Your Home and Grounds J. M. Parshall Machine Shop ALL KINDS OF Welding : Machine Work : Blacksmithing : Pipe and Fittings . FAIRBANKS-MORSE PRODUCTS CARL J. ANDEI. -THE- POST OFFICE ARCADE JEWELER DEALER IN Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry and Silverware Repairs by Experienced Workmen ' .. . ., , , ,,,, ,,,.., "THE HOME OF ECONOMY" A FLORIDA OWNED AND OPERATED CONCERN Congratulates The Class of ,30 UNITED MARKET Groceries : Meats : Produce 1000 First Street Jack Rice: "Laugh and the school laughs with you, but you stay in alone." if Blk 1' 1' Si Coach to Elmo: "So you admit that you wrote on the blackboard that I'm a fool? Well, at least I'm glad that you are truthful." fifikflkik Elizabeth Roderick: "This book is crazy. I insist that Joan of Arc died of indigestionf' Tommy Pursley: 'tHow's that?" Elizabeth Roderick: "Too much hot steak Cstakejf' ikfllfilriffli Miss Walker: "Who was king at this ti1ne?,' Azell Prince: "Louis the Cross-eyed." Miss Walker: "Louis the what?" ' Azell: "Of course. It says so right here in the book. Louis XI." Iltilfvkiil - - SEVEN STAGES OF WOMEN. 1. Safety Pins. 2. Whip Pins. 3. Hair Pins 4. Frat Pins. 5. Diamond Pins. 6. Clothes Pins. 7. Rolling Pins. Hllfrflrvlkvkilf Miss Long: "Who was Homer?" Eugene Parker: "He's the guy that Babe Ruth made famous." Hkfltllkillfllf Several of the sophomores have been guilty of sending their pants to the Associated Press to be pressed. Hltfllfflifflk Bud Wiltshire: "My little brother is only 3 years old and he can spell his name backwards." Lois Wingate: 'What 's his name?" Bud: MOVED." ar as as as an Francis DesR0chers: "Will your people be surprised when you grad- uate." Rufus Daughtry: UNO, they have been expecting it for several years." 1 all ilk IK at Marie Fielder: "Look at the electricity in my hair." Lorraine Shanahan: "Yes, 'cause it's attached to a dry cell." if Sli 'KI if Ill "Bring me another sandwich, please." "Will there be anything else?" "Yes, a paper weight, the last sandwich blew away." Seminole Lumber and Manufacturing Co. PHONE 8 Lumber, Millwork and Building Materials Service 1 Quality Fort Myers :: Florida REFRESHMENTS FOR THAT PARTY The Lee ,County Ice Cream Co. Fancy Ice Cream and Delicious Fruit Punch Eskimo Pies : Brick Ice Cream Phone 616 Fort Myers, Fla G 9 COMPLIMENTS OF O The K. L. Jeffeott Realty Company G B FOR ECONOMY SAKE- -TRADEWITH- G C. SPENCER Inc I , I Popular Priced Dependable Merchandise Quality Tells Price Sells 1122 Main Street Fort Myers, Fla 3? SI? WOULD THAT ALL CITIZENS WERE FOR OUR SCHOOLS, FIRST, LAST AND ALWAYS, REALIZING THAT ON THEM RESTS THE FUTURE OF US ALL. 32 3 THE ARCADE THEATRE THE HOME OF TALKING PICTURES Y J. R. Parker Company, Inc. HARDWARE :: SPORTING GOODS China, Glassware, Household Utensils, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, Etc. 1111 First Street Fort Myers, Fla. Evans and Park Company INCORPORATED Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Piece Goods Iron Clad Hosiery Vanity Fair Silk Underwear 1019 First Street Phone 364 P . W OFFICIAL ENGRAVERS TO THE GRADUATING CLASSES OF FORT MYERS HIGH SCHOOL L0 U I S VILLE Manufacturing Jewelers, Engravers and Stationels Social and Business Stationery M Commencement Invitations F I Wecldillg Announcements t Visiting Cards f T r 0 p ii i e s M e d a l s R i ll g s n Q P i ll S Ugg., ,, ' .4213 Q if Lawrence A. Powell, Inc. n I V F U N E R A L H 0 M E t 1 Y M t i w t AMBULANCE SERVICE i Office Residence P Phone 495 Phone 494 815 First Street Fort Myers, Fla. e Q G We You who are graduating have acquired the fundamental knowledge for serving in some particular capacity or in some chosen vocation. ll Many of you are going to be- come business men of Florida with ever-increasing problems and responsibilities as your specific knowl- edge increases. In our own organization are many trained minds guided by broad and varied ex- perience. These men and women and the equipment they direct are ready to serve you at all times and will assist you in solving every problem you may have pertaining to the utilization of our services. . . on POWER 6 raw! Q- COMPANY l 4, 4, H E5 2' Q -0 3355 WN ,ms af 5" 319- - are ,- RELEASED A Alai? HUNTER'S DRUG STORE 1 THE BROADWAY BARBER The Rexall Store SHOP . S ' l S ' gpg gag CERHEED e 'es m rug Ore ervlce Nearest Barber Shop to the ESTABLISHED Court House Ft. Myers : Florida - - Broadway Ft. Myers, Fla. - I 0'?""F T "CTT FFT T C 'TE 55" T' "iT'YFF'?C 'WE Zta- A ee A V as Af - Lee D'ALESSANDRO FRUIT STAND Fancy 1 GROCERIES - Staple California and Florida Fruits a Specialty i Main Street Ft. Myers, Fla. aaaa K V167 A swf-:st il. 7-77 Wir .f.,,, 7-,Y,-. N, Q' I-Y Y 1- Vi- ffa, -7- -V---W 314-'go 3. if 'i' F FREEUS QUALITY J . J . H I L L French Dry Cleaners Dry Goods and Notions PHONE 760 1306 Cleveland Avenue Corner Anderson and Hendry WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER - Ft. Myers Florida H Ohm ,V - - -neil listen ,A H , , , LAJQBLD 9, if 3 if Cleaners : Dyers : Pleaters THE FORT MYERS REALTY COMPANY PRATHER DRY CLEANING COMPANY 5 'Quality Plus Service R P a I E 8 t a t e 1016 Bay St. Phone 666 - Insurance h gi?" 'ia 'TE GijT?"" CT 6 'QED gh l Kinzie Brothers Steamer Line STEAMER SERVICE Daily Except Sunday -FROM- FORT MYERS, FLA. 8:00 A. M. TO THE ISLANDS IN THE GULF OF MEXICO Fishing Bathing Sea Shells , I ,, N1 FERRY SERVICE -FROM- PUNTA RASSA TO SANIBAL SUMMER SCHEDULE TWICE DAILY WINTER SCHEDULE FOUR TIMES DAILY Enjoy the Islands in your own car For F urther Information Call on or Write Kinzie Brothers Steamer Line K. R. Smith, General Agent I 46 City Dock Phone 185 Ft. Myers, Florida eil -E RSI?-'35 LW, Y, W - , 7-,.,,,, lip ll i . i Park View Drug Store, I nc. FOR EVERYTHING I X Curb Service SA ac t M t PACKAGES DELIVERED ANYWHERE ANYTIME t 1 l t TELEPHONE 700 1 L st, '-Qi'gif":ui M tif t Bryan - Keeie - Adams t Wholesale Grocers BA cy 56 FORT MYERS, FLORIDA 56 - 'Wig 3,319 ' - l Compliments of i GIFT AND PHOTO SHOP i 833 First Street 2: Opposite Royal Palm Hotel I Fort Myers, Florida .5 - 0 QL'-Hu - ,fl-L'-Q 3 if V IN APPRECIATION I The Staff and the Class of '30 wish i to express their appreciation to the business and professional men I and women of this city for their i aid in the production of this p I Caloosahatchian. ' THE STAFF. 1 r . VV V 'r .n 1' V. vw- ' VVVVV .1 -"ws 9.32. V A. V551 , Eff-4 f: f 11.71 ffjirl--T7 T. ' " ku -' L' .1532 V - '4Vi:j.fi. ' , 5.-11 .1 ' 1,1 'V 1.3 12.1 4 ff? N1 . L1 'VV ,V .V... - -am., - - --U V, .,.- - VN r .. -1 V . W , , 5 .VU W 'R .y - . . " 'Q . . , nv V .92 .. . .. ' H. . . 1 . V t VV : l . fp V ff. ffl? ' ,fa H 'X' ! .15 1 . 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