Fort Myers High School - Caloosahatchian Yearbook (Fort Myers, FL)

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Girl: Cigb 4 3, 3, 4 l3Cz.f-netball, 2, 3, 4 Alpha, 2 3 Club 2 S., A ..'. Q. Club 3 4' Pan-Atrfrzcfrri Club 2 3' Basel, l "Hui 4 3, 3 4, Track, 2, 4 ml!" Club, 2, 3 .fmnual Smit, 3 4 Serine-r Bccti .3 'Q-5" Elma Brecht- M H S 2 3 4 Basket- Robert Brown---Ml-l S, 3, 4 Span- ball, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club, 2, 3, 4 Cheer- wh Club, 2, 3 4, Swirtirmrifi, 3, 4. leader, 3, 4 Cllf39f'lYlQ Squad, 2 S?K1C' 3:35. Grady Bushre ll H S, 2, 3 4 Spaxeh Elizabeth Clements-V Lf H S , 2, 3, 4 Bruce Cowart--If H S , 2, 3, 4 Ml Club, 2 Boloiy' Club 3 Band 2, 3, 4 Partfkiericcx Club 2 3 4 'Srl ' Club, 3, 4, French Chi: 2, 3 Pcctb T 4 Club, 4 3 4 W' gfr- -10 ,.. 1-.. tr' 'W way" Virginia Cameron Oliver Collms Iunior Crews lfllf ., 3, 4 llf -,r Mary Davis Tfllllf 3 4 'ivlx f'1 .1 Sara Dennis lllllll, X S . L lla.. AH ,.,. ., ff' , 34111, -1 ,,,., gh! 4 ,, ,f1, ,. , 'Q p1,l. L L , ,, f. A 1 4 1., , fi ' ,- 3 -1 -- ,ez mv -1 l"':f1-1-."lf-'lfjrf elm., 13 -f"2 'Cl 4, . Q'-fm fn-0' Vivian Cross MHS Z 3, 4 Girl: Club, 4. Henrieilcr De-rington X' ll IT , Li 3, 4 Harry Fagan lf lf fi lk? PVD: fl f' TQ- J 'Un 4 CSX' --a- 1 Cfl'1l: 2 f'5.l!'E:f1 , " , Qwnl 3 4 'RN 19195 Bill Dehon - lf H S 2, 3, 4 Freicfi Club, 2, 3 Annual Staff, 4, Alpliu, 3 Sf-mor Fiootli .i 3, 4 Tutu Robert Foxworthy M ll ff Z 3 4 flftrxi l GU fi CQ: Q? 3, 4 T113-12 rw ' C' r Linnie Drczughon HHS Z 3 4 Carolyn Forehcmd MHS Q 3 4 lf:'1r1fl',ili,,2 Glen CHL 3, 4 Glee Cllxl, 3 4 G1Tl.1'Cl1gr, 4 F Tl L :l Sifzlf 4 SQIZCT 35011 Girl. fff:'1'i'.'4.- Cc .rgfxl 4 Senior 9533. Cixi, 4 Lt-tfff:1ii'.'e Comcil, 4 Evelyn Futrcxlf T1 H F Ll, 3, 4 Lfftir. Marie Grantham-If H 2, 3, 4 Georgia Hackney lf lf Z Club, 3, Gleffi Cl .1 fl 3 fllyiiw, 2 A fliflg' Cl-gi 4 Clie CQ .1 3 4 flvlx pqgr 4 fbi- ff.: -1 Harry Gibbs VH' ' 3 3 '- - Mariha lean Grogan TIHQS f, 3 ,,,,,V., f .. T., , ,,. ' ,J W. qu... liwfllf 111 Marcia Hammer--l,lH.S,2,3,4 fan- lune Hanor HHS Q 3 4 Gris Iimmie Henderson HHS, 2 3 4 nufrl Stiff, 2 Girls Climb, 4 P-.1r:11 Club 4 53135, 3 -1 Par.-.3.'t'Gr:"i1r1 Cla' SQCLQY, 2, 3, 4, 3 ff lsla Hanchey-MHS., 2, 3, 4 Glee Solomon Hawkins-Ml-l,S., 2 3, 4, 3 G l Club 4 Al H Club, 2, i1.s' , pl :X 2, 3,4 Football, 2, 3, 4' Baseball, 2, 3, 4' Traclc, 2, 3, 4, Club, 2, 3, 4 Box- vmj, 2- Pre-r1Cl'1 Club, 2, Glee Club, 2: Coll, 4. Harry Hendry JJHS, 2, 3,4 EIClCTI'y' Virginia Henschen NHS, 2, 3, 4 Pauline HiltbrandlAM.l-IS., 2, 3, 4 Club, 2 Perm-Aziierican Club, 2, 3 Fan-Aztlerxcax Club, 2 3, 4, Gulf Gule' Club, 4 Tflxkierztiy Club, 2, Orchestra, 2 Club, 4 Latin Club 2 Alpha SO- Banzl, 2, 3, 4, clety, 3 'L-as, 41, Q ',. "tj -v- Lois Henschenw MHS 2, 3 4 Gil." Betty Herron- MHS, 2 3 4 Girlg' Club, 4 'Execuuve Comcil Pzzri- Club,4 .faiiffrijfti Cfixr, 2, 3 lfztzri Club, 2 Alibi: Scczcty, 2 3 4 Iames Horton--M ll S , 2, 3, 4 Margaret Iohnson--Lf li .3 3 4 Frances Keene F1 S , 2, 3, 4 Carl.: Girl! Club 4 Clwb 4 Glee Club, 2, 3. f' M 'W M x 1.5 vt, CM Lucllle Iepson Clxfton lones H L b 3 xg ward Kelly lf H 3 L 3 Thomas Kelly M H S 7 3 4 Foo Florence L wus l H lull 7 3 4 Hoxmq 2 All VIII IP 1 2, 3 4 Frm-A1111 lf ll f 1 1l 1 V Cl1l 3 lv' F l 7 3 Foxtnfr, 3 o 16 Belle Kelly l4lH S 2 3 Beatrzce Kxtchens H Q 3 4 ne Lmn M HQ 2 3 4 CN ll Lena Mace M HS, lack Mellor Vl-lq 1 CI PN 11 2,3,4,Alpl'1c1,?34 fl Club, 4 Fw? Roger Lorrame lv' H Q 4 3 P Chnstme Magaha l H Q 2 3 1 l l Flu r le 1 ll 7 4 C ll 7 Ioe McKeown may arold Moreland V4 H w 7 3 4 Nancy Nash 4 H 5 3 4 5 l ll 231 ll 1 lf 'lil11rCl11'P1 4 1 l 1 f 3 4 S P 3 4 'l fl' 1 Z 3 4 F Q LJ 4 f l J '2 l l l Bett Pa e 1' H 1? ,, 3 QTL? Willie Peters- TIES 2 3 4 Sis- Louis Poole HH ,-.. Y 1 gl , ,,. - . . . . ,Q ., -:.. Q ,- 4 .. 3 lnlfi' f Gif .f,,",T.. S- Myrtice Page HHS 2 3 4 Glee Elmer Petit MHS, Z, 3, 4 Glefv Cl xr, 2 3 4 Pegs Sqtii Z Cl1ib,2 Arrxerlcan De-zfiocrccy Club, 4 Catherine Potlinger lf H S Z 3 4 Ioe Reniroe ---M S , 2, 3 4 Football Diane Roberts- 'll H S Pfrrfkif-'1C'1n Cixi' Q Pep Sqft' .3 3 4 f?11.1eb3ll,2 3,4 Track 2 3, 4 S'Jf'l'fI'l 2 3, 4 733 C3 r 3 4 33" F" 3 4 fr" 3'N'f1"l Q Senior ?NCC"ll lwbleer- 1-'CEL' 3 Robert Reahard f.'Ff f 3 loe Richards HHS Z 3 4 l.'1iIYT Cfub 2 Pan-Aiiterxcfm Chin, Z 3 4 .'4.r.n'1Cfl Staff, 2' B:1.sf:b':ll, 2 Lucille Robinson Lflfii Z, 3 4 Pep Dolly Rodd--MHS, 2, 3, 4 G'ese lunior Roggenbuck :'111'1l I 3 4 'iris jiilllf 4 knit- fly? 3 4 Girls' Club 4 fknittiriw, ff" Turner Robinson If H ,, 3 4 Eileen Roggenbuck f-If S 4 3.1 ,V . . -. M A H - , i'i'r1n - 1 -, .fll ., , :ii 5 3.35 ' N lf! I Frances Rowe ' X ll -1 Dan Ruhl Buddy Satchell ..-1 ,. .nfl 3: 1 flw1l3l Z3 Myra Rice ff S Z 3 2 I .f1'fCll'1l,, Iumor Sarvls l- .Q ll'1II':'4." ' :ri Cl 3 bl .ily EL' Q l I l 3 l P1 A .. li li r ' , S Part YT .1 ""l xl l 3 1 l xl Qlplg -l Iohn Shoemaker L' ll 2? Li 3 -1 3 Ruth Sheeis l la Q 3 41 ff ':.l1k4l'11 A. 1 :Q ll 3 'l 3 'K gl I. W. Scott 2 Q ' 75 ' ' ' Fred Skmner Sybil Solomon lf F37 f. 3 Q A Madeline r..1..l. A 1. ., 1., 1 Sarah Stewart Filher Taylor lames Thornton ff Martha Uhlar N, if -1' ' "1" -e ,W , Betty Valentine " 5 Q 99, ..,..f' 'K Tommie Turner ff .V 3 -1 Matthew Uzzell MH S 2 3 Al lic!- .1 4 3 V1 fi ' f 11.71 2 Pcgilipill 2 3 4 1 Ag fx, ., A , . . Barbara Whitohurst " ll' I 3, Fifi-.:'.'Q"'1C1f. fffgl 17 l. "rf, Ci .1 fluth Watson f ' Q Margaret Wells ff fi .' 3 'Z L Ni.. 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T Q Love Life 0 LOTTGHIQ Long long ago there lrved wrth her Cross old uncle a prrncess whose name n as Lorrame She fa as darnty as a Valentme and as gentle as a Lamb The old uncle had Moreland than anyone else and he Ruhled rt wrth an rron Rodd but rn realrty he was a Cowart and was atrard to do anythrng else Lorra1ne was rn love wrth a young Page who worked rn the Krtchens and x hose father was a Shoemaker The handsorne Page had Brown eyes and a Keene sense of humor The couple much rn love rrret every nrght at the Poole near the Wells rn the court yard The uncle learned ot these rn etrngs KO domll He sard to hrrnselt lll Skmner ahve' He denounced her rn hrs deep Bass vo ce sayrng that she hrs knee But that nrght the uncle had a dream ln rt he saw hrm self berng Draughon away by a brg old grant wrth Forehands He was put rn a Barnes and locked up He Hammered and Hack neyed and Nashed hrs teeth but all to no avarl And then the Page rescued hrrn' The next day when the uncle heard the Page vx rrsper Wrllrams be nrrne7 to Lorrarne he gave them hrs blessrng So tney were rnarrred wrth everyone throwrng Rrce The brrde wore a Kelly green dress and a cape ot srlver Fox Worthy ot a queen The day Nas rnrld and Mellor as they rode a Nay on a beautrtul Whrtehurst Chorsel They lrved happrly ever after rn a lrttle house oy the Waughter of the rrver - rr ' . v s ' ' I L . . . 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Second Row: Nell Crider, Marion Cornwell, Roy Courtney, Barbara Davis, Philip DeWalt, Tommy Dolson, Iames Ellis, Harriett Foster, Iimrnie Franklin, Phyllis Ganey, lames Geiger uniors First Row: Eugene Gill, Betty Gonzalez, Caroline Haight, Betty Hauser, Ralph Hawkins, Paul Herndon, Katherine Hires, Iacqueline Holst, Augusta Honc, Philip Horcl, lack Hursey. Second Row: Barbara Ireland, Emaline Iackson, Dick Ieflcoat, Viola Iepson, Betty Io Iones, Betty Sue Iones, I. B. Iones, Charles Keels, Arthur Kelley, Marjorie Kelly, Iulia Belle Kelley. Tu-nity-five ' 0- F I ':'. n ik ,' K .N r JIU' LJ 11 First Row, leit to right: Howard Kurtz, Paul Ley, Marbeth Lummis, Louise Lynch, Olier Melvin, loe Michie, Bill Moncrief, Shirley Moore, Clara Morris, foe McClure, Ruth McDaniel. Second Row: Frank McKeoWn, Donnie McLean, Walter McNab, leanne Needham, Eugene Odom, Frank Pavese, Thelma Pearce, Nancy Powell, LaVerne Presley, Faye Priest, Leo Santini. unfors First Row: Marcia Seabrook, Winifred Sherouse, lames Shirley, Earl Srnawley, Dorothy Smith, lack Smith, Betty lane Spencer, Cy Stewart, Leatrice Strong, Mary Alice Ramsay, Charley Roan. 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Second Row: Barbara Brough, Nancy Brown, Tom Burgess, Bobby Canada, Betty Iean Clements, Maxine Click, Sonny Cook, Donald Coons, Dryden Cooper, Plurna Courtney, Bernice Crawford. op omores First Row: Carolyn Cross, Barbara Crumpler, Margaret Douglas, Wanda Douglas, Gloria Durrence, Virginia Drake, Eileen Edelblut, Darrell Edwards, Lillian Finger, Ethel Fohl, Betty Fox. Second Row: Gwendel Garret, Eddie Gibbs, Iulliette Gilliam, Billy Golden, Esther Gayle, Ira Grant, Travis Greshern, Doris Hall, lane Hall, Ralph Hauser, Glyn Helveston. 3 msg gf' 59 31 53:2 ':": :f" : .- it if H rf n f .. 'tiff , f iz . X f if f ---- . First Row. left to right: Marjorie Hendry, Rosalind Hendry, Marilyn Hess, Frances Hogue, Brenda lohnson, Opal Iohrison, Lavina Iohnson, Lola Ioiner, Mary Elwyn Kelley, Matilda Kelley, lack King, Second Row: lack Lamb, Thelma Lamberton, Hazel Lanier, Louise Logan, Iuanita Lowe, Betty Mack, Audry May, lack Mellor, Mildred McClenithan, Edith McClure, Peggy McDonald op om 0 res First Row: Miriam McDaniel, Dorothy McWilliams, Lorene Miller, Ruth Moore, Lorraine Marron, Nettie Pavese, Bernell Payne, Cecil Pence, Dot Pendle, Billy Plowden, Tom Pulley. Second Row: Charlotte Baby, Ted Randall, Wilma Rariden, Wanda Reahard, Lillie Mae Rigan, Hellen Rosser, Mary Aline Binkel, Martha Ritch, Billie Sapp, Lucy Sarlo, Iimmie Sciple. '55 4 fig, X 77 2 'liar Thirly-I u-n op omores Thirty-three First Row, left to right: Margaret Shanahan, Robert Shallabarger, Eugene Skinner, Edwin Smith, Marcia Smith, Gloria Stephens, luanita Stewart, Frieda Strickland, Clyde Sweet, Delores Terrell, Patsy Thompson. Second Row: Sarah Tooke, Cecil Waldron, Bobby Walker, Patty Washburn, Carl Weeks, Audrey Welch, limmie Wentz, Marjorie Ann Whitehurst, Gloria Williams, Margaret Williams, Vera Willis. 1 ,Fw ff' Ulu ffl 'Y Q! ORGANIZATIONS T ebfa ru 5 1, ff T Jffrztf 1::L igf :t.r1. :Q 'wf l1:vfN v Yii Hi ,ti flfblf 1 ' ' .- f-rm' rw' 1, g 11:1'f-.j ti TQ1-if g 1 '1 " : ',,' ff:-1l"r f 1 'ri T'1f1:f':ff 1' lid ' '.',' 'Q xt' yunig-0:1-t'wH N 'IA ff? 1f'1'1':Q T31Q',3if1.,Y '.-.' 1,1 A rm? 1' xtkffu Qi Illfrri ifgizltprrii is 5 L 1:.'1'rfim hw A F fe 'Av' stngcjeit LCE' 21,11 ,xg my gfbiiixrmf-tit tw f F X 2:1551 giciir iid 6:11 f?:Q1'g':t1f1r: fzuai in f, lIiT icffififi. if fe iv? ig' wrrylifw' .Rl 1 f1.GY5 :':i'g'r:1 with ij f,1fl,,"Q1f1I'El P'-- 'rrfg 1: 'ffm fi iff-'fr' Qffkf"v'I'I,'T.1' 5 fn- .1 1 Betty Page Betty Ruth Adkms Sarah Stewart Lmme Draughon B111 Dehon Lnerature r Features Iokes Sports Frank Bryan Editor Mildred Campbell Ass't. Typist Iimmy Franklin Ass't, Business TAFF Howard Kurtz Ass't. Editor Q' W' 'Q' - ik' ff- f Marcia Seabrook Phyllis Ganey Barbara Brough Iimmy Wentz Asst Features Ass't, Literature Ass't, Features Ass't. Business Archie Odom Business Manager Virginia Drake Ass't. Literature Eddie Wilson Maxine Click Tommy Dolson Ass't Photography Asst Art Ass't. Sports 6 we:-9' lmrty-sew' tif First Row. leit to right: Donnie McLean, Edwin Smith, Howard Kurtz, Miss Whisnant, Director. Second Row: Arthur Kelley, Bob Waugh, Tommy Dolson, Iimmy Franklin. Third Row: Paul Herndon, Eugene Odom, Roy Snipes, Iimrny Wentz. Fourth Row: Robert Foxworthy Roy Courtney, Harold More- land, O. D. Garner. Boys' Gfee Cfulv Since the High School Glee Club is one of the most outstanding organizations in the school, there is little wonder why it is the largest. Under the able leadership of Miss Mary Frances Whisnant it has grown until there are now titty girl members and twenty in the boys organization. On March 28 the Glee Club gave a joint program with the school band at the Municipal Pier. Appearing in this recital were several outstanding soloists of both the vocal group and the band. This program was especially entertaining to the music loving citizens of Fort Myers. One of the outstanding events in the year was the trip to Tampa to compete in the Florida Music Festival. The Girl's Chorus had the honor of making the highest rating of any group in their class. This entitled them to enter the National Contest at Richmond, Vir- ginia, the second week-end in May. M. H. S. congratulates you, Glee Club! Keep up the good work! Thirty-eight Thirty-nine 5 To . nf' " 'if' I .f 4 If N 1147 J First Row. left to right: Miriam McDaniel, Carolyn Forehand, Val lean Hord, Marcia Smith, Mary Alice Ramsay, Christine Magaha, Miss Whisnant, Director, Mildred Watford, Betty lane Spencer, Geneva Traylor, Dolly Rodd, Virginia McDevit, Henrietta Derington, Ieanne Needham, Second Row: Helen Willet, Marjorie Whitehurst, Tommie Turner, Ann Widerquist, Virginia Drake, Betty Fox, Marcia Seabrook, Gloria Durrence, Elma Brecht, Betty Gonzalez, Elsie Barwick, Pluma Courtney, Betty Sue Iones, Myrtice Page, Maxine Click, Charlotte Raby, Third Row: leanne Ballard, Georgia Hackney, Phyllis Ganey, Patsy Thompson, Iulliette Gilliam, Barbara Brough, Gloria Stevens, Linnie Draughon, lane Linn, Lillian Finger, Winifred Sherouse, Ellen Wilson, Theoma Brocious, Nancy Powell, Lena Mace, Ruth McDaniel. Girls' Glee Club Among the various Glee Club members there are several who have outstanding voices. At the Tampa Music Fes- tival these people received praise from the various judges. Ruth McDaniel was placed in the first division of the mezzo-sopranos. Robert Foxworthy, another promising young singer, also placed in the first division of the basses. Patsy Thompson was rated in the soprano division. Tom- mie Turner and Betty Gonzalez shared honors in the third division of the soprano section. We are all proud of these young singers and Wish them the best of luck in the corn- ing years. First Row, left to right: Allen Kelly, Frank Bryan, Eddie Wilson, Ioe McClure, A C. Williams, Archie Williams, Roy Snipes, lunior Sarvis Second Row: Ralph Hawkins, Charley Roan, Bob Waugh, Solomon Hawkins, Arthur Kelley, Archie Odom, Ed Kelly, Roger Lorraine, Torn Kelly, Paul Herndon. Third Row: Coach Miles Kendall, Bruce Cowart, loe Rentroe, Steve Taminosian, Harold Moreland, Turner Robinson, lames Vickers, O. D. Garner, Dan Ruhl, Coach Floyd Christian. Fourth Row: Iames Ellis, Henry Ford, Tommy Dolson, Sam Bailey, Iimrny Eranlclin, Truman Wilson, Paul Ley. "M " Club The HM" Club is an organization composed entirely ol boys who have won a letter in some sport. This club is one of the most active in high school. lt has sponsored a fish fry, a cake rattle, and several dances in order to buy sweaters. ln the spring, the annual "M" Club picnic was held. The officers are Solomon Hawkins, president, Bob Waugh, vice-president, Arthur Kelley, secretary and treasurer, and Archie Odom, business manager. Forty Forty-one First Row. lett to right: Harry Hendry, Ir., Ioe Richards, A. C. Williams, Howard Kurtz, Cyrus Stewart, Ir., Marion Cornwall, Sam Bailey. Second Row: Wilma Rariden, Ruth Watson, Theoma Brocius, Caroline Haight, Nancy Nash, Miss Mary Ansley, Eugene Gill, Fred Skinner, Dick Ieffcoat, Dot Pendle, Lucy Sarlo. Third Row: Elizabeth Clements, Tommie Turner, Mary Davis, Peggy Alcorn, Helen Rosser, Ann Marie Acutf, Mildred McClenilhan, Audry Mae, Marjorie Hendry, Vida Wilson, lane Hall, Myra Rice, Betty Valentine. Fourth Row: Iunior Sarvis, Earl Smalley, Dick Bowden, lack Persons, Woody Williams, Iames Horton, Billy Brosier, Earl Wert. Pan-American For the seventh consecutive year the Pan-American Club has played an essential role in the list ot high school activities. This year the club commenced its work in November. lt was composed of fifty members who immediately after an interesting political campaign, elected Eugene Gill, presidentg Fred Skinner, vice- president, Dot Pendleton, Secretary, and Dick Iettcoat, treasurer. Miss Ansley was again the club sponsor and wisely guided the club's activities. Mrs. Edison graciously arranged an entertaining program for the members, and it was enjoyed by everyone. Another outstanding event on the Pan-American calendar was the impressive Pan- American ball. Nancy Nash, who reigned last year as queen, pre- sented the crown to the new Pan-American queen. The state con- vention, held in April, was the successful closing event in the Pan- American Clubs program, 7 '-!"Tf:'fTf ...NI 1. . . . . .-.Ms . . . . French Club First Row, left to right: lane Ludington, Caroline Haight, Iulia Pearl Barron, Nancy Brown. Second Row: Nancy Nash, Betty Page, Miss Sheila Smith, Sponsor, Sarah Stewart, Tommie Turner. Third Row: Bill Moncrief, Martha lean Grogan, Nancy Grey Lazenby, Earl Smalley. Cercle Francais This year the French Club included only the second year French class. Meetings were held the first Monday of each month. The customs, people, songs, and towns of France were studied and discussed. On the third Monday the class was devoted to conversation entirely in French. The officers are as follows: Betty Page, president, Sarah Stewart, vice-president, Nancy Nash, secretary, and Tom- mie Turner, treasurer. Miss Sheila Smith, our teacher, was the sponsor. Forty-two First Row left to right: Ralph Hawkins, T. D, Yournans, Eileen Roggenbuck, Harold Satchell Mis Al ie Kennon, Mary Davis, Virgil Diaz, Thelma Pierce, Charley Roan. Second Row: lunior Roggenbuck, Leo Santini, Barbara Wiles, Mathew Uzzel, Rudolph Ienny Lois Barnes Truman Wilson, Louis Wooten, Elmer Pettit American Democracy Club The American Democracy Club meets every Friday atterf noon. Parliamentary procedure is studied and practiced at the meetings when social, political, and economic prob- lems are discussed. The objectives ot this club are to create an interest in everyday problems of democracy, to develop qualities ot good citizenship, to develop broadf mindedness by studying both sides of a question, and to realize that the United States is a member ot the family ot nations. Officers are elected each semester. l 'vii lr-" High School Banc! This year the Fort Myers High School Band under its new leader, Albert Fulton, has progressed by leaps and bounds. Led by its four smart drum majorettes, it paraded and played during all the foot- ball season, adding color and zip to the games. Not only did it play for the Edison Pageant of Light but also it went to the Orange Bowl Festival in Miami, the Gasparilla Parade in Tampa, and the Sara-de-Sota Pageant in Sarasota. During March it collaborated with the Glee Clubs in giving a concert. The first of April it attend- ed the state band contest in St. Petersburg Where it Won first place in the Class D division. Also it Won first place in sight reading and concert. Among the individual first place winners were Iohn Anderson, cornet, Ioe Michie, clarinet, and Thelma Lamberton, drum rnajorette. Forty-four wwf 125' ff ' -ug: . 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First Row: Claude Campbell, lack King, Bill Hendry, Albert Lyons, Iohn Ander- son, Bill Daniel, Walter Foster, Iulia Belle Kelly, Carl Croissant, Lorene Miller, Iohn Shumaker, Ioe Michie, Bobby Bass, Peggy Bittick, Billy Plowden, Marion Cornwall, Martha Bitch, Iuanita Stewart, Betty Valentine, lane Hall, Mary Kelly. Second Row: Vera Willis, Floyd Barnes, Matilda Kelly, Frank Vasilofl, Bob Anderson, Brenda Iohnson, Philip Dewalt, Gordon Ardut, Don Hoffman, Grady Bush, Eddie Sumner, Bill Brosier, Sheila Foster, Louis Poole, Travis Gresham, Iames Keating, Iacqueline Holst. Ari Group Model: Katherine Pottinger. Standing: Betty Ruth Adkins, Marcia Hammer, Dolly Rodd. Seated. First Row: Evelyn Futral, Geneva Traylor, Caroline Haight, Tommie Turner. Seated, Second Row: Gloria Stevens, Maxine Click, Ruth McDaniel. The Ari This year, for the first time, M. H: S. boasts an Art Club. Under the capable guidance of Mrs. Thomas M. Biggar a small group of members demonstrated great possibilities. After electing Betty Ruth Adkins as executive, the Club undertook its two major projects of the year. The first was an exhibition for the fair. Their "Studies in Composition" attracted wide attention at the South- west Florida Fair. Confident that the membership will increase with the years, these "pioneers" hopefully turn over the field to M. H. S. artists of the future. Fo rty-sin, I-'arty-sr'1'mc Front Row, left to right: Iohn Francis, Hay Woodley, Harold Daniels, Turner Robinson, Iohn B Butler, Advisor, Grady Helveston, Curtis Lawrence, Sammy Williams. Back Row: E. A. Miller, Durwood Welch, VVilliam Clements, Ir., Francis Barley, Warren Scott Morgan House, lack Willis, Billy Woodruff, l. I. Raulerson. Future Farmers of America The Fort Myers Chapter ol the Future Farmers of America is only one of a great national organization. The purposes ol this club are to develop agriculture leadership, to strengthen confidence of the larrn boy in his Work, to create a love of country lite, to improve the rural home, and to advance the cause of vocational agriculture in the schools ol the United States. The officers ol the club are Grady Helveston, president, Curtis Lawrence, vice-president, Francis Barley, secretary, L. M. Cle- ments, treasurer, Nathan Brooks, reporter, and Edward Brantley, the chapter Watch dog. Mr. lohn R. Butler, the agriculture teacher, is the club advisor. l shot an arrow into th air lt fell to the earth l know' not where lve lost more darned arrows that way' Little Bo Peep has lost her sheep And cant tell where to find them Leave them alone and they ll come home Maybe Little Nannie Etticoat In a white petticoat and a red nose Say where s that gal been anvway Bobby Shattoe s gone to sea Silver buckles on his knee He ll come back it he doesn t meet up A Hitle Dandy lay upon the tree Flirts with every bird ne sees And he aint the only one' To see a line lady upon a white horse Rings on her lingers and bells on her toes What is this any Nay a circus? Mistress Mary quite contrary How does our garden grow? With silver bells and ockle shells And one darned petunia' Little lack Horner sat in a corner Eating his CI'1Tlqll"I'lG5 pie He stuck ir his thumb pulled out a plumb And said Av heck l thought it was apple. Twinkle tx. inkle little star How l wonder what you are' Up above the world so high Like an electric light bulb! Hickory Dickory Dock The mouse an up the clock The clock struck one Or in as it two? r-leckl Hom many mice .vas it? Little Miss Mullet sat on a tufiet, Eating her curds and whey. Along came a spider and sat down beside her And said "Move overf Humpty Dsimpty ,at on a wall Humpty Dumpty had a great tall. All the kings horses and all the king s men Had eggnogl Y Off!!-Ilfjl Nursery Rhymes - - 1941 Style ' ' . J ' , ' 'ith A Ride a Cock-horse to Banbury Cross F-IONUFQS n inf- Seated, left to right: Ruth McDaniel, Lucille Iepson, Betty Page, Mrs, Adams, Advisor, Linnie Draughon, Carolyn Forehand, Marcia Hammer. Standing, left to right: Sarah Stewart, Treasurer, Billie Sapp, Betty Ruth Adkins, Vice-Presi- dent, Lois Henschen, Esther Taylor, Secretary, Nancy Nash, President Girls' Club Executive Council The executive council ot the Girls' Club consists of the leaders ot the club divisions, who were elected by the members of each division, and other officials selected by the council. The officers ot the council were also determined by election. Holds Ioe Reniroe All Soufhern Hlgh School Football Second Team All State All Conference Backheld Hlah Pom! Man IH Conference Track Holds D1scus Record for Conference Ed Kelly Second Team All State All Conference Guard Voled Most Valuable Lmeman IN Conference Iumor Scxrvls Conference Recor or 220 Yard Dash Ruih Sheets All Conference Basketball Al HO Elma Brecht All Conference Basketball Fifty I ajty 411 Robert Foxworthy Ruth McDaniel Ioe Michie Bass, First Division State Mezzo-Soprano, First Division Clarinet, First Division Music Festival State Music Festival State Band Meet Grade of A Grade of A Grade of A DENTS Frank Bryan Iunior Rotarian Edward Williams Iunior Hotarian l Nancy Nash Woodfm WIIIIGITIS Southern D legate Southern Delegate SENIORS ALPHA SOCIETY The Alpha Soctetw 15 composed of students who earn a poss ble elghty po1n+Q out ot one hundred tor the r hr t sxx rnontns school work One must have a crttzenehrp averaae of nlnety tour Gradee are not the only facts taken 1nto Constderatton as the general attltude and Char acter ot the person rs of vrtal rnportance The othcers ot the Alpha SOC1GlY are the students who have earned the h1ghest number of po1nts ANN WlDERQUlST lunror Rresrdent LOlS HENSCHEN Senlor Secretary ESTHER TAYLOR Semor Treasurer Betty Ruth Adkrns Frank Bryan Olrver Colhns Harry Pagan M1ldred Campbell lean Arnold Theorna Brocroue Barhara Davle Evelyn Iordon Carolyn Forehand Evely n Putral lsla l-lanchey Vrrarnra l-lenschen IUNIORS Pnxllre Ganey Augusta Honc Shrrley Moore Vrola Ieoeon SOPHOMORES Lorra1ne Morrow Lucrlle lepson Nancy Nash Betty Valentrne Edward W1ll1GmS lNancy Pov ell Cleo Bruton Tornmy Dolson Helen Rrltchett Fifty tu SARAH STEWART, Senior, , .Vice-President G CEATLJFQES 9 fe wqtd DF Acre erw in LCIUW cz f fn 0 f1'J'f1uCTwX'Of N ie tx-:elf cgi., ,rldmg lFE'!'jlQfj Pct! 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J 1 . ii 5' 5 ' T' SPOQTS Sixty-One FLOYD CHRISTIAN CAPTAIN ED KELLY Guard Coach I gg 9353-x E: l?'zfffff gf 'f .... g::','- .I I,,. ,,I,,, A ' Q ,- IS .:- X '- , A X621-X H 5 ,,m Q 'Is I , , 1. , . m 3:56 I WK X H+' X I 'gli X MILES KENDALL Assistant Coach ALTERNATE CAPTAIN IOE RENFROE Half-back BUD RUHL Tackle TOM KELLY Guard ROGER LORRAINE Guard BOB WAUGH Back BRUCE COWART Center WWE? - PAUL HERNDON Back FOOTBALL Th s was a successful year for the Green Wave althoug 1t came 1n second 1n the conference ratmg Losmg only to Sarasota and Clearwater our boys put the rest of the teams m thelr places that lS on the defeated llst Our team s flrst opponent was Plant of the Blg Ten Con ference The Fort Myers eleven surprlsed the blg town boys and sent them home smart1ng from a l3 6 defeat The next three games were taken handlly wlth the hne blocklng exceptlonally well and the backs luggmg the ball on long runs Bradenton was held to a standst1ll whlle our boys pushed across twenty f1ve po1nts Wau chula fared worse than Bradenton by takmg a 39 O hckmg from the hands of the local boys lt took the Green Wave a Whlle to get gomg m the Palmetto game but the Fort Myers gr1dsmen emerged the vlctor 26 6 After escaplng from the Wmter Haven game by a smgle touchdown the Wave handed the Yellow Iackets of Bar val1ant warnors by puttxng up a good f1ght but the Green Wave was set for thls engagement and wouldn t be defeated On Arm1st1ce the Fort Myers team went to Arcadla where they handed the Bulldogs a 34 7 loss Three mghts later our boys nearly suffered a setback by Punta Gorda Ne1ther team was able to galn much ground but both FRANK BRYAN Back SOLOMON HAWKINS Tackle IAMES VICKERS Tackle ARCHIE ODOM End MOSE RICHARDS Tackle DONALD KITCHENS Guard 0? 59 42, i h tow a 19-U' shellacking, The Iackets proved themselves . 3' Ny K. N i.rl.11-I uv: CHARLEY ROAN Center ARCI-IIE WILLIAMS Back BOB SHINGLER End IIMMY FRANKLIN Back A. C. WILLIAMS Back SAM BAILY End TEAM finally pushed across a touchdown. This game was pulled out of the fire by virtue of the extra point scored after the six-point tally. Spirits of all the local fans were dampened somewhat by this narrow 7-6 victory over the Tarpons. A cheery outlook came back however after the Green Wave scored more points than in any other game in win- ning over Florida Military Academy 46-U. Then came the deciding game of the year. A great num- ber of the Fort Myers fans made the trip to Sarasota only to be disappointed at the results of the contest. The boys of the Green and White couldn't seem to get going. They came out of the clash on the short side of a 26-14 score. Sarasota's win made them South Florida Conference champs. The Green Wave went into the last game of the season determined to defeat Clearwater. The Fort Myers boys put up a mighty fine fight and were not beaten until sev- eral boys left the field with serious injuries, The game ended with the Wave threatening to score but still on the losing end of a 13-6 score. Although the boys wearing the Green and White didn't win the conference title, everyone is agreed that this sea- son was a successful one. We hope that Fort Myers will always have a football team that we can be as proud of as this year's Green Wave. ALLEN KELLY End BUDDY HAWKINS Guard IAMES ELLIS Back STEVE TAMINOSIAN Back O. D. GARNER Center ROY SNIPES End SI.l'f.lf-fl! rmf 3 Wus- ARTHUR KELLEY Manager ijiwn, 'QW- IOE MCCLURE MATTHEW UZZELL Manager Manager Above left Waugh crashes hne Lower, left Below Three tacklers h man Renfroe crossmg F M A lt Fori Myers Above Argument over possession of goal ball L , "'r:'. 3 .2 MV' .J .Nnlu fun: ly-jiri' Elmo Brecht Ruth Sheets lock Smith Icxcqueline Holst leon Bollord Our Cheer Leaders The Whole student body took port in the election of cheer leoders with rivol supporters cdrnpdigning for their ccrndidotes, A better group could not have been selected. Adding color ond chcrrrn to every tootbdll gorme, the cheer leorders led the cheering section in such or Wdy thot dll the Fort Myers rooters took port in the songs cmd yells. gf! zf 'Y' fhif .4 1 w Standing: Miles Kendall, Paul Herndon, O. D, Garner, Sam Bailey, Roy Snipes, Bob Waugh and Coach Floyd Christian. Seated: lack Stewart, Frank Bryan, Archie Odom, Paul Ley, Eddie Wilson, and Richard Bowden. Boys' Baslzetlnall Team Under the skillful coaching of Coach Floyd Christian, the Green Wave Cagers finished their season with a large percentage of games in their favor. The boys were ceded to win the conference title but had a streak of bad luck and were defeated by Bartow in the tournament. Bob Waugh, who was placed on the second all-conference team, O. D. Garner, and Archie Odom were high point men for the sea- son. Odom was elected Honorary Captain for the year of 1941. lu is 1 1 -'l24g".k+ my 3, L+ W W. Tskliyhq ,N Y in Simi 3 wf Cf .N t r . I lgfixufm -.fif3QQ5F?1 a' 1 ' ' 5 3. tj' .5 Sixty-seven r""l 4 -'13 agp! 59244221 QE HS? Standing: Nancy Powell, Elsie Barwiclc, and Theorna Brocious. Sealed: Mary Fisher, Elma Brecht, Beatrice Kitchens, Ruth Sheets, and Val lean Hord, Girls' Baslzetlmall Team The Cagerettes were not as successful in their seasonal games as the boys. But after the smoke of the battles cleared away, they had nine out of fourteen games in their favor. The girls were successful in taking third place in the South Florida Conference after defeating Bartow 25-23 in the tournament. Two cagerettes,Elma Brecht and Ruth Sheets, were placed on the first all-conference team While Mary Fisher was placed on the second conference team. Sheets was elected Honorary Captain tor the girls. 4 K, J, Standmg Ioe R1charcls Iames Thornton Walter Foster Sam Ba1ley W1lmer Dan1els Bobby Walker loe McClure Sonny Cook Seated A C W1ll1GmS Homer R1chards lack MCDeVlll Paul Herndon Ice Renfroe Turner Robmson Dan Ruhl Archle Odom Iumor Sarv1s In front O D Garner Baseball There has been 1ncreased 1nterest 1n school for baseball th1s year and th1s 1nterest has been reflected 1n the k1nd of team the Green Wave 1S Bu1lt around a group of vet erans who have played together several years the team shows prom1se ot bemg one ot the best 11'1 school hlstory A fast 1nt1eld and a cons1stent1y hard h1tt1ng outheld have supported the p1tchers 1n regular brg league style As the season draws to a close the experrence of the ball club can be eas1ly not1ced 1n the Way the whole team acts Rated as the dark horse ot the South Flor1da Conference the team expects to surpr1se some of 1ts opponents and to come out the champ1ons Sixty-eight buty nme Renfroe watches the windup. Garner couldnt qulie see that one Ruhl hopes for a hxgh one hxs iavonte Herndon tnes to stare the Slxdel Ruhl Shdel opposing pitcher down. ls. Left to right: Harold Moreland, Grady Bush, Harold Satchell, and Bob Waugh. Tennis Team This year's tennis team Was composed entirely of seniors who have played together for several years. The boys on the team proved themselves crack shots in coming in second in the conference meet. The Green Wave came Within a few games of beating Sarasota in the finals. Seventy S'e1 enty one fx The Goff Team The Green Wave golfers have proved themselves supenor to all other golfers 1n the South Flor1da Conference by Wtnntng tne conference tttle for the fourth consecut1ve year Tommy Dolson and Truman W1lson comprtsed the team Whtch Went to Sarasota Where Tommy Won hls second stralght 1nd1v1dual t1tle In competltton W1th Kentucky M1l1tary Academy golfers the M H S hnksmen W1th Ilmmy Frankhn and Solomon l-lawklns playtng the thlrd and fourth posl t1ons respectlvely spht even rn two matches In Apr1l Tommy and Truman took part ID the match for the Florrda State l-hgh School Champ1or1sh1p Dolson Won thlrd place to become one of the top rank 1ng hlgh school players rn the state A 5 y 3,4 X . --' x Q . - .-' W 1 .L T ' X 1 N . I A x ' u 9 . . . . , . f - - - I , . L . ' A . - YQG. 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YOUR RADIO STATION COMPLIMENTS OF W F T M DIZ DEDDEI2 BOTTLING C0 OF FT MYERS 1240 KIIOCYCIGS I 1ohnnxe10nes D L Penton BROAIDWAX BARB1 R QHOP Only Shop ln Fort Myers Equlpped Wlth Bcxrscope Lcxther M1xers No Mugs No Brush Norman McDc1n1e1 Irmmxe Yeomcns RYALS COON S GARAGE AND BODY worm A Good Drug Stgre OFFICIAL AAA SERVICE Phone 717 2114 Hendry Street FORT MYERS FLORIDA Wilbur Martindale RCId1O Sales and Servmce Phxlco Rachos FORT MYERS FLORIDA Congrcztulutxons Wrecker Servxce Phone 211 Open Day and Nxght Automohve Electrrc 1026 28 Bay Street Ioe Moses Storage E1ectr1ca1Repcx1r Ign1t1on and Carburetor Servrce Frank Prather Dry Clecxnxng Laundry Phone 666 or 19 bu Fllff n , I 7 1 4 L-f I I I N 3 . U I . vr- IIII' M FIUSSIC H111 DE PARTMENT S1 ORF The Lafhes T1 admg Place ROYAL DALM PHARMACY INC FOXYVORTHY Sl C0 CLOTHING AND sHo1-:s BBYN ALAN STUDIO I I C ' 1 , , J wr - 9 Q ' ' I 97 1018 ' t S Ph 51 Best Wishes to the Class oi '41 1 Compliments of ' or rai s n ments LCllL'7'Ql'lCQ A P0108 Z Inc 815 FIIS1 Sire t Ll 119111 Home A711 Ll GVZCQ QVUICQ Oihce Phone 495 Res1dence Phone 494 Stewarts D1'u0 Store PROFESSIONAL PHARMACISTS F 1 My FORT MYERS BUILDER S SERVICE The Bumlders Supply House F ' e 0 7 . 1029-31 M ' St et Ph 111 ,Fl 'd I Ph 85 1311 1 St t The Lee County Bank Gulf U11 Corporatlon Complzmenle H P A R K' L, ARLADI anal IXITI THINATRI H Cong ulcxtionst S ' Cl ss 'I "The cmk of Frien ly ervice" Complimens i I O ' ' . of 'Y Q L, W 1 3 P' -' fs -4 ' '4 A .4 Rf 1011 Ps Dear Tracks o nrt 1 1 1 You lea Je 1 lapel on t or e t 'ten terr Reveal our love too fell ut oh rnx e 1111 trcco ln bold and s Jeepmg letter My very strong anhpathy To WHVIE ANGORA SWFA IERS' IVE he aloout OIIIC old ta l1one Phylhs 'Xll TIGHT lll Call grandrna or you Mot1 er You ere a very td boy not to thro xour orange peel on tl tloor of the bus V here d d you put 19 lonnr ln t e pocket ot the 1an next to me fTh1s BUNUTE OF LAUGHTER BY COURTESY OE YE OLDE CURRENT EVENTS l As the 'nayon a se satd to ' IC ce box Shut the door l tn dress1ng' Teach ll"'1 worned to death' l sent my dress to the dry cleaners and 1t came back as 131g as th1s desk' loe R fell I lllllfll lhrff l f No 1t l ulatract 25 tro1n Q at the d1 eten St ve a1l Tlats v at ocares9 leanne R Say loolt at tl1e hornhle 1ns1gn1a on the 1de ot tnat bornbtng plane' 1 D S 11 Not so loud T ICT IC Squadron COII1IT1CtITCl9T loolnng out the 1ndo Because Becau e l Qr1ed you lnssed rne And turned 1ny tears to m1st But now l weep and weep 1n va1n And een adam unlnssedl lflr Greene Tnats no way to rde stand1n 114 four shrrups S11 1n the sad dle as you d d yesterday TOPIYUIG ll Yeal Thats Why lrn s1t thg tht waf toda J noel annual 1 a great 1nvent1on Tl e s hool gets all t'1e tame T e pnnter get all tne rnoney And the statt gets all the blame oaern Pugh Sean l Glrl A VISIOW IH tte eventng and o s1g'1t 1I'1ll'lS mornmg f W Z - .'!l1. 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JACK WILLIAMS BOX 126 GAINLSVILLE FLORIDA Horff Jones Company 1 g lM fFtMy HghSl 1 dT Colloglato Cap SI Gown Co - w 9 7 9 R p i' g Iesi ner and So e unufacturer o . ers i c zoo RillgS'fS1I6FiGliStS in High School Invitations, ,Medals an rophies d I C Finest Graduation pparel MARINE S PHARMACY Seminole lumber Xt Manufacturing Co LUMBER MILL WORK BUILDING MATERIAL SERVICE QUALITY Phone 8 Fort Myers Fla Shwer Furmture Company The Slck Need the Best Lunches B111 Shxver Owner Corner of Fxrst and Hendry Modern BUI Not Expenslve Furnlture Floor Covenngs Phone 270 1910 Hendry St Phone 55 Fort Myers Fla S1nCe'e1Y CONGRATULATIONS H Kress mmf SZ' P 5 and 10 Fort Myers Fla A complete educahon and complete wardrobe are assets that every young man should have You have your educat1on so get your wardrobe at the WEST COAST ARMY STGRES Dress Clothes W1th Snap and Style Work Clothes That Are Famous for Wear :ly I O U 9 L i - . 1 O I I :fl .I-fil'1' SIDNEY DAVIS NSSH Thmgs Men Wear F Phon 711 G at th B Flo scan IQVPRUI AD1:S Franklrn Hardware Comuanu F owef Shop F tMy 2209 C NORRIS B Sz B B B Que Po k Beef and Super Market Hambug S d ch 2l10H dysr M E I O P i i rc ' -79 1024 ' 1 St t Th t R I ' t . g For e est 1n wer Is the Electrolux see Them Ar I1 F' N F' A 4 First Street or ers, Florida arson St. Ph 205 ar- - . r , , r er an wi es Phone 639 en r . A 1 T ' C i I 'GI 1 Comphments of Wears Roe Juelz ff? Q0 It s Smcxrt to Shop at Sears Best Wlshes to Class of 41 HUDSON TERRAPLANE PACKARD Fort Myers Home of Fme Cars Forehand Tlre Co c Complete Auto Servlce Congrcxtulatxons SPOONIAR ancl FNL IHLHARDT Inc FUNERAL SERVICE AMBULANCE SERVICE Phone 282 1521 McGregor Blvd Sales cmd Servnce Rentals cmd Repcurs COITQYGYUICUIOHS SGFHOYS C0"'fet" llll-IITE l11AY BARBER SHOP CYCLE LENT1 R F1rstStreet oppwtemorgqn Hotel 2133 Icxckson Street Modern Equlpment phone 53 Expert Workmen Al Anderson Prop Fort Myers Flondcr H I Whrte Troy Sprmger I D Roberts I zahtu get en fq W 'U Li p 0 - .I I 1 7 N 5 4 A A 1 A 7 1- W 4 W Y I , - A . When you pass a shop on Hendry Street Elgm watches dxamond rmgs and everythmg Wxth the golden letter X You wzll know wrthout questlon Its that hustlmg store of Eck s So when you go out shoppmg Keep the X Store on your mind All hls goods are excellent At hrs store you wmll always lmd And he sure can hx your spex Servlce prompt and prlces right At that mtty store of Ecks Henceforth X wxll be hrs trade mark He X tends to one and all Cordxal greetmg and xnvrtes you Soon to pay X Store a call Compl1ments ol T11 311111, I ICQ.. Prmters of the Caloosahatchlan Johnson S 2106 Hendry St Ice Cream for Partles Pllls for Pam Eddze Iohnson Compl1ments ol W DeF00r Compl1ments of Walter J Edelblut Master Plumber Phone 250 Compl1ments of HLLF Gift flop 1019 Farsi Street I whirl muh! 1 Q 5 l . 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