Fort Myers High School - Caloosahatchian Yearbook (Fort Myers, FL)
- Class of 1954
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BART B, BARE
"He never dares to be as funny as
he is. "
M, H, S. I, 2, 35 Footballg Swimm-
inggBasketbal1gMC1ubp Glee Club.
"A friend in need, she has many
friends indeed. "
M. H. s, 1,2, 3, F, H, A: Pan-Am,
"He has a mind equal to any under-
taking that he puts it alongside of, "
Transferredfrom Darien, Ga. M.H.
S. 2, 35 Swimming, Bandg Ski Club:
"His greatest ambition, we regret
to state, is simply this, to gradu-
M, H,S, I,2,3g F.F.Ag Baseball.
"He keeps his own counsel. "
ROSE MARIE BARKER
"A rose is sweeter in
in full bloom, "
M, H,s, 1,2,3.
"He has a heart as true as steel, "
M, H, S, I, 2, 3: Biology Club: Ski
Club, Conservation Clubg
Clubg Tidal Wave,
"He is a good fellow and he is good
M, H, S, I, 2, 35 Track,
the bud than i
, 1 i
" Always laughing , never sad ,
sometimes naughty but never bad. '
M, H, S, I, 2, 35 Bandg F. H, A., Stu-
"Pleasant is she, and full of good
M, H, S, I,2,3g Pan-Amp F,l-LA.
"Little friend of all the world. "
M,H,S, I,2,3: Band: Key Club,
"Puts the best things in life first. "
M, H, S, I, 2, 3: Football: Baseball:
"Full of mischief and full of fun,
many friendships she has won, "
M, H, S, I, 2, 3: F. H, A.: Pan-
Latin Club: Basketball: Camera
"Makes the most of all that comes
and the least of all that goes. "
M, H. S, I, 2, 3: Baseball: M Club.
"Her conversation is marked by its
happy abundance. "
M, H, S, I, 2, 3: Glee Club: Basket-
ball: Ski Club: F, H. A.
"Little we think, less we do. Isn't
it funny how we pull through, "
M, H, S, I, 2, 3: Football: Track:
Baseball: Glee Club: Tidal Wave,
"Ta1l, dark, and handsome."
Transferred from Christiansburg,
Va.: M. H. S, 3: Pan-Am.
"Serious thinker that she is, she
still has time for fun, "
Transferred from Leesburg, Fla.:
M. H. S. 2, 3: Latin Club: Pan-Am:
"The less one has to do with wom-
en, the better he progresses, at
least with money. "
M, H, S, I, 2, 3: Football: Basket-
ball: M Club, Pres. 3.
"He is as full of valour as of kind-
ness, princely in both."
M, H. S, I, 2, 3: Swimming: Cal
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"Men may come, men may go, I'1l
get there even though I'm slow",
"Quiet, serious-minded is she, and
the desire to be a friend. "
M, H, s, 1,2, 3: D. C. TgG1eeC1ubg
F. H. A, 5 Tidal Wave.
"Her good heart is worth gold.
Transferred from Griffin, Ga. 3 M.
H.S. 33 Band,
"A friend to everyone and every-
one's friend. "
M, H, S, I, 2, gg Swimming,
"A young man that blushes is better
than one who turns pale. "
M.H.S. 1,33 M Club: Football:
"Tranquil and sweet, she smiles a
all she meets. "
M.H.S. I,2,3g Glee Clubg Pan-
Amg Camera Cluh
ELESTE CANNON TERRY CARRAWAY
:air asaday, and sweet as May, " " Men of few words are the best
l. H, S. I, 2, 3: Spanish Clubg Pan- 5,
mg F, T, A,g F, H, A,g Caloosahat- M, H, S, I, 2, 3: F, E, A,
IVON CARROLL BETTY ANN CARTER
rle is the mildest manner'd man, " "She is pleasant and sweet to the
M.H.S. I,2,3g Pan-Am: F,H,A.g
F, T, A.
"It matters not how long we live
but how. "
C. M. COOK
"He has an argument for a week,
laughter for a month, and a good
jest forever. "
M. H, S, I, 2, 3: Football: Track:
M Club, Sec, 3: F, F, A. , Pres. 3,
"ln studies and smiles he is hard to
beat, he has just enough of self-
M, H,S. I,2,3.
"She smiles with a bit of mischief. "
M,1-1, s, 1, 2, 3: Pan-Am: F. H, A:
Spanish Club: F, T, A, : Glee Club:
Wavettes:Cheerleading: Co- Capt.
3: Caloosahatchian: Girls State:
"The world is for fun and laughter."
"Ambition to attempt and skill to
M, H, S, I, 2, 3: Key Club: D, C. T.:
Student Council:M. H. S.:Jr. Rota-
rian: Boys State.
GENE CLINE ROBERT CLUTZ
, "He bears a charmed life. " "He willalways be useful while he
M, H, S, 1,2, 3: Key Club.
M, H, S, I,2, 3.
LOUVENIA DAVIS RAYMOND DEAN
"She is full of good meaning and "1tain'twhat you do, it's what you
Q 9 wishing. " get caught doing. "
M, H, S, 1, 2, 3, M, H, S, I, 2, 3: Baseball: Football:
Student Council, Sec. 3: M Club:
Pan-Am: Glee Club, Basketball,
"He speaks little, butwhen he does "With a winning smile she always 1 rw y
speak he says something, " greets you. "
M, H, S, I,2,3p Band, Glee Club, Transferred from Quitman, Ga,g
Camera Club, Basketball.
"Action speaks louder than words, "
Transferred from Tullahoma ,
Tenn.: M, H, S, I, 2, 3, Basketballg
Swimming, Pan-Amg F, H, A., F
T, A.: Ski Club: Wavettes,
M. H. s. 3.
"By his work you can tell that he
is a good workman. "
M, H, S, I,2,3: F.
"His care is never to offend and
every creature is his friend. "
M. H, S, I, 2, 35 Footballg Trackg
Band, Capt. 33 Tidal Wave, Co-
Editor 3, M Club.
"What a whale of a difference a
few "sense" make, "
M, H, S. I, 2, 3g F, H, A., Pan-Amp
"A popular, attractive girl is she,
clever and sweet as she can be. "
M.H.S. l,2,3g Band, Majoretteg
Glee Club, F.T.A.g Pan-Amg F.
"Here is a man that can smile in
Basketball Mgr. 5 M Club.
"From the crown of his head to the
sole of his foot, he is all mirth. "
M, H, S, 2,3p Transferred from
Michigan City, Ind., Football Mgr.,
"With a smile on her face and a
curl in her hair, she spreads joy
M. H. S. I, 2, 35 Swimming: F, H.
A.: F.T.A.g Pan-Amy Ski Club,
Camera Clubg Tidal Wave, Co-
Editor 3, Glee Club.
"Mirth is God's medicine, Every-
one ought to bathe in it. "
M, H, S, I, 2, 35 Glee Club, Camera
Club: F, T, A.: F, H, A, 3 Ski Club:
Pan-Amp Tidal Wave.
"Never ready, always late, but she
smiles and so we wait. "
M, H, S, I, 2, 3g Pan-Am, Pres. 3:
F, T, A, , Pres, 3, Bandg Majoretteg
Basketball, Latin Clubg Student
Council, F, H, A,g Wavettesg Cal-
"Si1ence is golden, but who wants
to be rich, "
M, H, S, 1, 2, 3, Key Club, Basket-
ballg Baseball: M Club.
"Light of heart and cleverg sad and
worried -- never. "
M.H.S. 1.2.31 D.C.T.: F.F.A.
"The only thing I have against an
education is books. "
NANCY LEE GILLIOM
"The fairest garden in her looks,
and in her mind the wisest books,"
Transferred from Bexley, Ohio. M,
H. S, 3g Ski Club: Camera Club,
"He is a man of action. "
.S. I.2,3i D.
" Trouble sits but lightly on her
,, M,H,s, 1,2,3, F,H,A,
"He is not only witty himself, but
he brings out the wit in others,"
M, H, S, I, 2, 35 Pan-Amp M Club:
Glee Clubg Ski Club, Swimming.
"A1wayssmi1ing, never glum, he's
a happy, cheerful chum. "
Transferred from Ashland, Ohio.
M, H, S, 2, 35 Basketballg Track, M
M, H, S, I,2, 3: Pan-Am: F, T, A.:
"His better does not breathe upon
the earth. "
M,H, S, I,2,3: Key Club: Band:
Track: Ski Club: M Club.
"Short and sweet but hard to beat. "
F, H, A.: Ski Club: Camera Club:
Class Treas. I: Spanish Club: Cal-
"Happiness is cheaper than worry
so why pay the high price. "
Transferred from Naples, Fla. M.
H. s. 3.
"Always a smile if not a word. "
M, H, S, 1, 2, 3: Football: Baseball:
.IO ANN HENDRY
"She never fails to speak a pleasant
"Nobody would suppose it, butshe
is naturally bashful. "
M, H, S, 3: Transferred from Asta-
"We know what he is, but who
knows what he may be. "
M, H, S, 1, 2, 3: Latin Club.
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M, H, S, I, 2, 3: Spanish Club: F, H,
A. : Ski Club: Homecoming Queen:
F. T. A.
MARY ET TA HIERS
"Silence is often indicative of wis-
CHIC HA LL
" He'll be glad to try anything
M, H, S, I, 2, 3: M Club: Baseball:
"Work has killed many men--why
M, H, S, 1, 2, 3: M Club: Baseball:
"Calm and cool--on certain occa-
" If worry was the only cause of
death, l would live forever.
Transferred from Attala, Ala.: M.
H. s. 3.
"She never says anything but
M. H.S. I.2,3: F.H.A.: F. T. A.:
Spanish Club, SwimminggPan-Am:
Glee Club, V Pres. 3: Wavettesg
"The happiest days of my life have
been lost here. "
"l always like to hear a man talk
about himself, because thenl nev-
er hear anything but good. "
M, H, S, I, 2, 3: Spanish Club: Pan-
Amg Football Mgr.g Footballg Base-
ball: Glee Club, Treas. 2, 3.
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"Not very tall, in fact small. Her
good nature is loved by all. "
M. H.S. I,2,3.:F.H. A.: F. T. A.i
Ski Clubg Pan-Amp Tidal Wave.
"Better never, than late."
M, H, S. 1, 2, 3g F. H. A.: Camera
"lf she can't find anything to laugh
about, she'll just giggle, "
M,H,S. l,2,3g Swimming: Wa-
vettes, Pres. 3: F.H.Ag Pan-Am,
Student Council, N,H,S,p Latin
Club: Jr. Class Sec., Girls Stateg
"She's a pal, kind and true, a loyal
classmate, through and through. "
M, H, S, I, 2, 35 Wavettes, Sec. 3:
F, H, A.g Camera Clubg Sr. Class
Treas.g F, T, A. 5 Basketball Mgr.:
"He has a noble memory".
f M.H.s. 1,2,3.
"Greatmodesty often hides great
M, H, S, I, 2, 3, Pan-Amp F, H, Ag
"Born to talk and talk he must, "
M. H. S, I, 2, 3: M Club: Football,
Basketball, Track, Sr. Class V
Pres. : Student Council.
"She is a mirror of all courtesy. "
M, H, S, 1, 2, 3: Wavettesg Glee
Club, F, H, Ag Spanish Club, Pan-
Amg F. T. Ag Cheerleading co-
capt. 33 Student Council, Cal-
"Nothing is impossible to this
willing heart. "
M, H. s. I,2,3: F, T, Ag Pan-Am,
Swimming, Tidal Wave.
"A sincere blush is truly a virtue. "
M,H,S, I,2,35 Pan-Amp Ski Club,
Wavettesg Latin Club, Swimmingg
Band, F, H, A, Caloosahatachian.
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CAROL ANN KELLY
" IT's nice to be natural when
you're naturally nice. "
M, 1-Ls, r,2,3, Pan-Am, F,1-LA,
Golfg Ski Club: Sec. Treas. 3:
Latin Club: Caloosahatchian,
"Curiosity killed the cat. "
M, H. S. I, 2, 3g F. T, A, Pan-Amg
Latin Club, Glee ClubgBusiness
Mgr, 3, Tidal Wave.
"Good nature is a sign of a large
generous soul. "
M. H. S. I, 2, 3g Band: F, H. A: F,
T.Ap Pan-Am, Tidal Wave.
JANE FRANCES LEONE
" She's not very noisy, but you
know the saying about still water. "
M, H, S, 1, 2, 3, Pan-Amg Spanish
ClubgF.H.AgF. T.AgGlee Club:
"To be a well favored man is a
gift of fortune, he has been most
M, H, S, I,2,3.
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"Fu1l of laughs and lively fun, a
friend, a pal to everyone, "
M, H, S, r,2, 3g Footballg Hobby
Clubp Pres. Ig Latin Clubg Pan-Amg
Glee Clubg Baseball,
"The force of his own merit makes
his way. "
NORMA JO MC CALL
"Brave in deed, sweet in manner,"
M.H.S.I,2,3: F.H.A.: D.C.T.:
MARTHA MC DANIEL
"Gentle in manner, strong in per-
M,H,S, l,2,3: Pan Am: F, H. A.
PATTY MC GILL
"She's impulsive if a thing comes
into her head. "
" She can resist anything except
M,H,S, I,2,3g Pan Amy F,l-LA:
BARRY MC AULEY
"Happy am I for Iam free. Why
aren't they all contented like me?"
Footballg Baseballg Pan Amg Latin
Clubg Glee Club.
BOBBY MC COLLOUGH
"He has as many good points as a
pack of pins, "
M,H.S. r,2,3p Student Council,
Pres. 3: Key Club, Treas. l,2:
Pres. 3: M Club: Swimmingg Bas-
ketballg Latin Clubg Boys State
GARY MC KEE
"Every man has his fault and hon-
esty is his. "
"It's great to have a friend, but
it's better to be one. "
M, H, S, l,2,33 Bandg Majoretteg
F,T,A,g Student Councilg Tidal
"Quite the jolliest girl we know,
full of pep and lots of go, "
M,H,S, I,2,3g Glee Club, Pan-
Amg Camera Club: F,H, A.: Cal-
"Small, high-powered, and hard
to beat. "
M,H,S, l,2,3: F.T,A,: F,H.A.:
Swimming: Pan-Amg Latin Club:
"A woman would run through fire
and water for such a kind heart, "
M, H, S,1, 2, 3: Football: Swimm-
ingg M Club, Spanish Club: Cal-
" Her stature tall --one hates a
dumpy woman, "
M,H,S, I, 2, 3: Pan-amp Latin Clubg
Camera Club: F, H, A.: Wavettesg
JIMMY B. PICKENS
"He seemed to be by his work one
of the greatest men and most wor-
thy of admiration. "
"With :i little help Icould rule the
M, H, S, I, 2, 3: Football: Swimm-
ing: Track: Ski Club,
"A good sport, always plays the
game, no matter what happens
she'll be the same, "
M, H, S, 1, 2, 3: F. H. A.: Cheer-
leading: Basketball: Swimming,
Capt. 3: Wavettes: Camera Club:
" The best goods are not always
found in large packages. "
M.H.S. I,2,3g D.C,T,
"Al1 great men are dead, and I'm
not feeling well either, "
M, H, S, I, 2, 3: Pan-Am: M Club:
Key Club: Jr. Class Pres.: Baseball:
Basketball, Student Council, Cal-
oosahatchian, Co-Editor 3.
"His smile goes all theway around
and buttons in the back, "
M, H, S. I, 2, 3: Student Council,
Vice Pres. 3: M Club: Key Club,
Vice Pres. 3: Jr. Class Vice Pres.:
Latin C1ub,F, H. A, Sweetheart 3,g
Swimming. Captain 3.
"A quiet man is a dangerous One, "
M, H, S, t, 2, 35 Glee Club, Tidal
"He who can bottle his temper is a
M, H, 5.1, 2, 35 Spanish Club, Base-
I AN E POWE LL
"She has a time and a place for
M, H, s, 1,2, 3, F, H, A,
"Sometimesl sitand think, some-
times I just sit. "
M, I-LS. I,2,3.
"I like to wind up my mouth: I like
to heat it go."
M, H, s, 1, 32 ski Club
"DOn't trouble trouble till trouble
troubles you. "
M, H, S. I, 2, 3: SwimminggM Club:
"She is pretty to walk with, witty
to talk with, and pleasant to think
M,H,S, l,2,3g F,H,Ag F,T,Ap
Cheerleadingg Glee Club: Pan Am,
Latin Club, Tidal Wave.
" She has friends and books both
M, H,S, I,2,3: F,H,A.p Camera
Clubg Pan Am,
RUTH RANKIN BRUCE REYNOLDS
"Better a little chiding than a great "The best age to have fun is the one Q ll
deal of heartbreak. " yOu're in. "
M, H. S, I, 2, 35 F. H, A,gLatin Club: M,H.S, I, 2, 3gBasebal1g Basketballg
Pan Am. Football, Track, M Clubg F,F, A.
CARMEN RHODES BILLY ROBERTS
"A favoritewith allwho know her," " The foremost man of all the
F' M.H.S, I 2 : Pan-Am: Spanish world."
K D 1 3
R 'F Club: Glee Club: Treas. 3: Student
Council: F, T, A: F, H, A.: Tidal
"For her part, she'l1 not meddle. "
M. H. S. I,2,3: D. C.T.
"lfwomen interfere with work, quit
M,H,S, I,2, 3:
"He leads us alla merry chase. "
M,H.S. l,2,3: Swimming: Pan-Am:
Treas. 3: M Club,
"Laugh and the world will laugh
with you, frown and you will wrin-
kle your face, "
M, H. S. I,2,3: Football: Track:
Basketball: Boys State: Jr. Class
Treas.: Sr. Class Sec.: Key Club:
Student Council, M Club, Vice
"She is the very pink of perfection. "
M, H. S. I, 2, 3:Latin Club: Ski Club: fi,
M, H. S, I, 2, 3: Band.
"Loyal hearted, strong, a better is
hard to find. "
M, H, S,1, 2, 3: Key Club: D, C, T:
Treas, 3: Camera Club.
"What he likes best about school
is going home. "
M, H. S, l,2,3:
"He's a success with women: a
regular go-get-her. "
M.H.S. 1.2.32 D.C.T.
Pan-Am: Camera Club: Tidal
Wave. 3 1
"She is as merry as the day is long. '
M. H, S, I, 2, 33 Pan-Amg Ski Club
MARY ALICE SMITH
" Her very frowns are fairer far,
than smiles of other maidens are.
M, H. S, I, 2, 31P3l'l'AI'1'Ii Queen I
F. T. Ag F, H. Ag Glee C1ubgPres. 3
Cheerleading, Wavettesg Caloosa
"The world's no larger if we worry
Life's no longer if we hurry, '
M. H, S, I, 2, 356166: Clubg F, H. A
"A little nonsense now and then is
relished by the best of men,
M.H.S. 1Q2,3: Track Mgr.:
nr EUR .ax
"Custom has made in him a prop-
erty of easiness. "
M, H, S. I, 2, 3, Track.
"I do and saywhat I think is right,
if I am wrong I suffer. "
M,H,S,1, 2, 3, Band, Spanish Club,
"The hand that made her fair also
made her good. "
M, H, S, I, 2, 3: Band, Majoretteg
Drum Majorette 3g Pan-Am, Sec,
35 F, T. A.: Sec, gg Spanish Clubg
Ski Club, F,H,A.g Student Council,
Camera Club, Tidal Wave.
"Her manner is as her smile, "
M, H, S. I,2, 3: Pan Am: F, H, A, 3
F, T, A, g Caloosahatchian.
PEGGY JO THOROMAN
"She that wasfair and never proud,
had tongue at will and yet was nev-
er loud, "
M. H,S. I,2,3g Pan AmgLatin Clubg
"She is little, but she is wise, and
she's a terror for her size. "
M,H,S, I,2,3g Pan-Am, Spanish
Club, Sec. 2g Camera Club, Ski
Club, F, H, A,g Caloosahatchian.
"The more the merrier. "
M, H, S, 2, 33 Transferred from Tell
City, lnd. F,F.A. : Projection Club.
"Her voice is gentle, soft, and lowg
an excellent thing in awoman,
you know. "
M, H, S. I, 2, 3: F. H, A, g Camera
"Her heart is as light as her eyes
are bright, "
M, H, S. I,2,3g F, H, A.: F.T. A.:
Ski Clubg Pan Am, Camera Club,
Spanish Club: Tidal Wave.
"Tis good to be merry and wise. '
M,H. S, I, 2, 35 Glee Club, Pan Am
F, H, A., F. T, A, g Camera Club
"So you know not that I am a wo-
man? When I think, l must speak.
M.H.S. I, 2, 3: F. H.A: F.T. A:SPaf1'
ish Clubp Camera Clubg Tidal Wave.
"There are some silent people who
are more interesting than the best
M,H, S, I, 2, 3, Football: Band: Cam-
"To worry little, to study less, is
his idea of happiness. "
M, H, S, I, 2, 3: M Clubg Football:
"Love to one, friendship to many,
good will to all. "
M, H, S, I, 2, 35 F, H. A. g Student
Council, Girls State 3.
"He has a smile that always goes
with a good fellow. "
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"He is of a very melancholy disposi-
M, H. S. I, 2, 3, Baseball: Basketball,
Football, M Club.
"Friendship is constant with her.
M, H, S, r, 2, 35 Library Club.
Transferred from South Haven
"She is quiet, but not too quiet. '
M, I-l, S. I, 2, 3: Hobby Clubg F, H.
Ag Spanish Club, Pan-Am,
"He stoops to nothing but the door.
Transferred from Lafayette, Ala
M, H, S, 3, Football, Basketball
"By winning words and smiles, she
conquers willing hearts. "
, M, H, S, I,2,3gD, C, T5 Band, F,H
J? M.,. is
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4-- img- , I dare. "
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.IO ANN WILLIAMS
"She has a smile for every girl,
for every boy. "
M.H.S. I,2,3i F. H. A.
BETTY JOAN WILSON
"Haste makes waste. "
I A M,H,s,1,2,3,D.c,T,G1ee Club.
"To blush is beautiful but it's some-
times inconvenient. "
M, H. S, 1, 2, 3, Latin Club, F,H,A,
"Open minded, frank and fair,
here's a girl without a care."
M.H.S. I.2,3: F.T.A: F.H.A:
Camera Club, Library Club, Tidal
CLAIRE WURS TER
"Cal1 her anything butlate to din-
M.H.S. I,2,3: F.T.A, F.H.A:
Camera Club, Library Club, Tidal
"He can split the air with noise. "
M,H, S, I, 2, 3, Track Mgr., F,F,A,
"1-Ie's a man after his own heart. "
M, H, S. I, 2, 3, Football, M Club,
Latin Club, Baseball,
"Wit and wisdom were born within
M,l-LS, r,2,3, Jr. Conservation
Club, Camera Club,
"In the wordsof Shakespeare, he's
a W O Wl
M,H,S, I,2, 3, Football, Track,
M Club, Sr. Class Pres. Boys State
"He was norsenrimo this world ro
be miserable, "
M, H, s, I,2,33P3l'1-A1'UgSki Clubg
" As happy a man as any in th
world, for the whole world smile
upon him. "
Transferred from Leesburg, Fla
M.H.S. 1,2,3g Latin C1ubgPan
Amg Glee Club.
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Surprisel The class of '54 has graduated! This crazy, comical class is finally leaving the
halls and one-way stairs at last.
lt all started back in"5I when a group of happy, carefree kids were assembled to go into
their first year of high school in a brand new building.
After a year, we began to get into step and really enioy our high school days. How we
finished our freshman year is still a wonder, but no questions asked, we were sophomores, and
on our way. We took things a little more seriously and made a success of our magazine drive.
Aheml The first class to receive the Curtis award for selling over one thousand dollars worth
None of us -Q will ever for-
get our iunior year. E We worked hard
and long to spon- ! sor the iunior-
senior prom and 5 4 banquet for
the seniors. 7 1 Y We originated
the Christ- ' V ' mas Dance
which has become an
and we sold
cakes at 6 y the class
play. The prom and
banquet being a huge success,
we made the final step into our
last ear of hi h school as seniors.
What a year that last year wasl We ruled the school--with the help of the faculty, of
First came College day. We all took a day off to visit representatives of the different
We then put on our Senior class play "Junior Miss" which turned out a big success.
The sophomores treated us to a fine sophomore-senior picnic and we enioyed it thoroughly.
The iunior-senior banquet and prom was a night we'll never forget-to have a wonderful
event like this iust to honor us.
Then--graduation night, all our ioking and kidding was put aside. We were leaving our
high school days. But, it all had to end sometime and no matter what kind of success we have
in life we'll never forget the green and white of Ft. Myers High School and all we owe to it.
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David Johns, Richard Johns, Fred Jones, Juanita Jones, Chester Keen, Herbert Keene, Rex Kelly, Ray Kirkland, Jack Koehler, Barbara
Lang, Robert Lavaini, Blll Leonard, Parker Lewis, Roben Lilly, Wilma Losey, Bobby McCray, Carl McCullough, Dell McDaniel, Don-
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Bill Nlpper, Betty Nodwodney, Frank Nottingham, Jolur O'Harra, Pat Osborne, Joe Padilla, James Peavy, George Ann Plewe, Earl Polk,
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trey, Eloise Daughtrey, Terry Deshazo, Thomas Dillard, Bobby Douglas, Charlotte Douglas, Richard
Dukes, Jim Durham, Floyd Allen Ellis, Winford Ellis, Carol Feight, Cleve Finger, Jerry Finger, Ann
Foster, Janice Foster, Glen Frye, Janet Frye, Robert Fulton, Bill Fussell, Brenda Garner, Tom Gartman, Barbara Gaylor, Lynn Gerald,
Flouncy Gilbert, Patricia Gocke, Gail Ghigna, Richard Graeme, Emaline Green, Gretchen Greene, Lamanda Green, Virginia Green,
Gerald Gunn, Peggy Gunn, Nancy Ann Hager, Randolph Hagy, Emest Hand, Jules Haneburger, Henry Hartman, Juanita Harrell, Ulan
Harrison, Phillip Hawley, Karen Heffner, James Heinkel, Lorenzo Henderson, Roy Hendry, Walton Hill, Trudi Holt, Kenneth Hoon,
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Delores Mastro, Charles Matson, Williams Mercu, Linda Miller, Faye Mills, Murry Miller, Jimmy Mobley, William Montgomery, Bob-
by Morrison, Robert Morrison, Roy Mosely, Helen M. Mott, Donald Mullis, Douglas Myers, Barbara Naughton, Larry Newberry, Calvin
Nolen, John Nowling, Shirley Nye, Edward Oltremari, Patty Parker, Arthur Parsons, John Parsons, Thomas Pate, CarolAnn Pearce,
Cynthia Peck, George Pepper, Sybil Perry, Harry Pierce, Roger Pope, Marsha Porter, Barbara Powell, Kenneth Powell, Jim Prevatt,
Joanne Procopia, Jimmy Pugh, Walter Pulley, Eva Rainer, Richard Raymond, Barbara Raynor, Phillip Reasoner, William Richardson,
Harry Riddling, Ramon F . Rivera, Micky Roberts, Joe Robertson, Ernestine Robinson, Frances Robinson, Inez Rodriguez, Sandra Joyce
Rogers, John Rooks, Billy Root, Alma Rose, Henrietta Rump, Nathan Cole Ryals, Lee Ann Samuel, Barbara Sanders, Patsy Sanders, Peg-
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Singletary, Lois Singleton, Thomas A. Smirch, Anne Smith, Bertha Smith, Gary Smith, Geneva Smith, Perry Franklin Smith, Shirley
Snyder, Robert Larry Stancil, Homer Stewart, Felder Elbert Stokes, Ethie Louise Suggs, Harry Bertram Suggs, Betty Summerall, Billy
Summerall, Carol Summerall, Juanita Summerall, Billy Sumner, Sandra Sweed, Linda Tanner, Sonny Tanner, Richard Tanner, Bobby
Tatum, Lily Mae Taylor, Dyle Terry, Donnie Thomas, LaRue Thomas, Ronald Thomas, Sylvia Thomas, Carlton Thompson, Faye
Thompson, Reed Thompson, Kathryn Thigpen, Emily Turner, Jack Underhill, Dianne Utesch, Susan Voris, Billy Wallace, Susan Voris,
Billy Wallace, Tonya Ward, Mike Watson, Jimmy Weaver, David Wheeler, Eddie Wheeler, Hugh Wheeler, Warren Whidden, Billy
Whitehead, Jerry Whitehead, Kitty Whitehead, Duan Whitehouse, Bonnie Wiggins, Dixie Wiggins, Wanda Wiggins, Bobby Jo Whiggen,
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The Student Council is the student's governing
body in school. Every Monday they have a business
meeting. Some of their money making projects are
the Supply Bureau, the selling of booster badges,
sponsoring the Twirp Hop, putting shelves in the
Cdfeterid, establishing the one-way stairway, spon-
soring the Homecoming festivities, and buying
mirrors for the Physical Education rooms.
The officers and representatives of the Student
Council are chosen by popular vote.
The are sponsored by Mr. E. C - Tl'10mpSOn Gnd
Mr. Delbert Rheel.
OFFICERS: Mr. Carl Thompson, Nick Mul-
lis, Treasurer, Robert McCollough, Presi-
dent, Ray Dean, Secretary, Jim Pickens,
Vice-President, Mr. Delbert Rheel.
MEMBERS: Robert Bowden, Betty Lou Bobbltt, Linda Cook, Jennie Halicer, Gerald Ellis, Mary Lee Ferguson, Dafinka Jones, Sidney
Ann Bass, Phyllis Conigllo, Joyce Gibbs, Carole Carver, David Davis, Jim Hill, Betty Gardner, Elizabeth Kay Jones, Meredith Hud-
son, Kay McAllister, Carolyn Dennison, Ginger Home, Banks Williams, Robert Sheffield, Becky Kinzie, Bob Nash, Walter Jones, Car-
ol Noel, Monroe Palmer, Franklln Mann,Frank Pomeroy, Jarrett Thompson, Mike Porter, Wayne Warriner, Sue Richards, Carl Maga-
ha, Larry Slaughter, Joy Ward, Cecillla Wofford, Joe Padilla, Jerry Slmandl, Wade Shiver, Park Pigott, Jo Ann Chipley, Burton Dez-
am, Katherine Spurlin, Jerry Williams, Harry Allen, Beth Alderman, James Woodley, Robert Weeks, Glenda Lancaster.
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The National Honor Society is made up ofstudents having a high scholastic average in their
Scholarship is not .the only requirement. Leadership, Service, and Citizenship are also
important factors that are considered when members for this society are being chosen. The new
members are tapped in assembly.
They are sponsored by Mrs. Lightfoot
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THOSE PICTURED ARE: fLEF'I' TO RIGHTQ Karen Starkey, Kathleen Hooks, Betty Gardener, Robert Nash, Don
Rentz, Janet Weissrniller, Carolyn Sanders, Ellen Sims. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Ray, Sponsor, Robert Smith, Ann
Stephens, Dot Ann Davidson, Carol Carver, Sidney Ann Bass, Martha Cook.
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Brown, Gordon Biggar, Chester McGee, Pete Moger. FOURTH ROW: Johnny Tatum, Carl Cline, Jimmy Hanshaw, Johnny McDanie1s
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The Key Club, sponsored by the Kiwanis Club, has been one of
the most active clubs this year.
Starting the school year with its annual peanut sales at all the
home football games it earned enough money for many projects for
the school . Some of the projects of the Key Club were: the publishing
and selling of the Student Key, the giving away of booster tags for
the Football games, the buying of a portable air compressor for the
shop, mirrors for Physical Education rooms, printing and distributing
of programs for the annual Christmas Tree, and giving S50 to the
They have their business meeting every other Tuesday at the
The advisors are Mr. Wesley Nott and Dr. Marcus Snow.
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rell Hart, Jimmy Meridith, Dennis Doherty, Fred McCance Peed, Bob McCollough, Tommy Fell, Bert Williams, Ernest Harden, QTHIRD
ROWJ Philip Fike. Chic Hall, Rhey Burchard Gene White, Bart Bare, Wilson Lawrence, QFOURTH ROWJ Bob Sheffield, Don DeVore,
Ronnie Burton, C.M. Cook, Byron Maharry, Robert Moss, Buddy Collins, Raymond Dean, QFIFTH ROWQ Coach Jock Sutherland, Jim-
my Walker, Paul Springer, Banks Wi1liams,pege Wedeleg, Wayne Warriner, James Gilmore, Bud Whitehead, Johnny Moss, Bill Kelly,
Jim Smith, David Weeks, Charles Powell.
The "M" Club is composed of those ath-
letes who have lettered at least one year in
a varsity sport. They must play a definite
amount oftime in football, basketball , track
swimming, or baseball to earn a letter.
They earn money for their projects by
selling Football programs, refreshments, and
by sponsoring dances. Some of their proiects
are buying their own equipment, buying
special awards for outstanding players,and
helping the school in many of its needs.
Their sponsor is Coach Sutherland.
OFFICERS: Pres. Chuck Blough, Vice Pres. Bob Sheffield,
C.M. Cook Sec. Harold Brock, Serg, At Arms, Jim Walker,
Treas, Jock Sutherland, Sponsor.
The'Wavettes is the girls letter Club. To be eligible for this club, the girls
must letter at least one year in swimming, basketball, or cheerleading.
One of their main money making proieots is selling refreshments at
the home football games in order to buy sweaters and letters for the
They are sponsored by Miss Shirley Smith.
MEMBERS: FROM LEFT T0 RIGHT: Margie Stames, Margaret Norris, Nedra Nott, Iudy Southwick, Sandra Corkhill,
Carolyn Shanahan, Margie Longmire, Janice Shanahan, Meredith Hudson, Mary Alice Smith, Margaret Keene, Shir-
ley Smith, Neita Sue Creel, Isabella D'Allesandro, Phyllis Coniglio, Mary Rouse, Betty Ann Fohl, Mattie Esleck,
Ann Pope. Joyce Gibbs, Ellen Johnson, Barabara Horne, Marilyn Hough, Glenda Lancaster.
OFFICERS: Ellen Johnson, Secretary, Margie Starnes, Vice-President, Miss Shirley
Smith, Sponsor, Meredith Hudson, President, Mary Rouse, Treasurer.
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MEMBERS: Carlton Homsby, Fred Johnson, Vice Pres. Gale Bennett, Doug Bartletson, Benny Daniels, Bud White-
head, Pres. Cothers arej: Jimmy Hanshaw, Edward Wildes, Johnny McCullers, Ed Higby, Mark Bartleson, Billy
Sommerville, Jimmy Hill, Maxwell Thompson, Marvin Montgomery, Bobby Gerald.
"Are you the outdoor type?" If so, this is the
club for you. These boys have a lot of good outdoor
fun but are also very helpful.
Plunging into waters infested with predatory fish,
armed with rubber fins and fishing spears, they rid
the streams of these harmful fish and stock them with
game fish. They also helpthe government band and
control the breeding of quail. These among other
outdoor proiects are their aims.
PICTURED: Betty Jewel Home, Liz Applewhite, Jackie Easterlyn, Wisty Woolslair, Mary Ann Woodruff, James
Kelly, Don DeLaney, Dolores Underwood, Dick Reed, Mr. Williams, Lyndall Randolph, Joe Smith, Arthur An-
derson, Philip Davis, Jimmy Massie, Joe Williams, Richard Clark, Bill Stancel, Monroe Palmer, Alice Stuart,
Nancy Smith, Roberta Stancel, Trudy Mills, Sue Thompson, Joyce Tomlinson, Denise Mulvihill, Ruby Singleton,
The Camera Club meets to develop pictures, make enlargements, and study pictures.
They meet nights in the room of their Sponsor, Mr. Ray L. Williams to do their developing.
Joan Pierce . . . President
Philip Davis. Vice President
Monroe Palmer . . Secretary
Lyndale Randolph . Treasurer
Mr. Williams . . Sponsor
OFFICERS: Rex Kelly, President, Carroll Shands, Vice-President, Susan Clark, Secretary, Nell Watson,
MEMBERS: John W. Booth, Barbara Burman, Marilyn Cannon, Deann Clark, Ellen DeLaney, Gloria Edven-
son, Gerald Ellis, Mary Flynn, Sandra Gaston, Barbara Gaylor, Jerry Girardin, Bud Gray, Ronnie Griffin, Gerald
Gunn, Sharon Hires, Lee Hughes, Johnny Jones, Marie Johnson, Chester Kean, Mary Margaret Kennedy, Ray Kirk-
land, Penny Lake, Diana Lodwick, Ronnie Long, Jinnya MacKay, Fred Mahoney, Jimmy Maker, George Mann,
Jimmy Martindale, Edwin Mayton, Frances McC1aran, Bobby McCraig, Joyce McDanie1s. James McHendry, Ran-
dy Rankin, William Richards, Harry Riddling, Mickey Roberts, Margaret Rolls, Margaret Reyer, Pat Sanders,
Gary Smith, Perry Smith, Martin Stanton, Juanita Summeral, Betty Summeral, Betty Summeral, Billy Sunman,
Topper Sennett, Sandra Sweed, Katherine Thigpen, Carlton Thompson, Reed Thompson, Diana Tyrrel, Jack Un-
derhill, Hugh Wheeler, Frances Wheeler, Naomi Williams, Frances Williams, Rae Willis, Delmar Wooten, Lin-
da Yent, Billy Young, Suzanne Young, Paula Durrence, Darlene Singletary.
The Jr. Camera Club, better known as the Kypo-Splashers, are not only learning photo-
graphy, but trying to be of service to the school as well.
During the year they sponsored a publicity campaign for our basketball team. Pictures
were taken and displayed in the shop windows of the local merchants.
In the Spring an exhibition was held, combined with a fashion show. These seventh and
eight graders are sponsored by Mr. Kalb.
The Latin Club is made up of students who are tak-
ing Latin or those who have had at least one year of
Bake sales are held throughout the year in order to
earn money for the Latin Club Banquet at the end of
They are sponsored by Mrs. Mildred Bassett.
MEMBERS: Carl Abbott, Liz Applewhite, Syd-
ney Ann Bass, Peggy Beyrodt, Jean Bernheimer,
Gordon Biggar, Francis Bordeaux,JaniceBrawn-
er, James Brannen, Sarah Bryant, Peggy Burch-
ard, Judy Burton, Ronnie Burton, Marilyn Car-
roll, Marjorie Carroll, Carole Carson, Richard
Clark, Ronald Clark, Jeanette Conner, Lewis
Conner, Isabelle D'A11essandro, Betty Jane
Daniels, SallieDaughtrey, Phillip Davis, Frank
Di Marco, Myra Edmiston, Marlene Ennis,
Walter Emiis, Susie Fulton, Betty Glidden, San-
na Hansen, Jimmy Hanshaw, Gilmer Heitman,
Bobby Hollis, Meredith Hudson, Walter Jones,
Carol Ann Kelly, Asta Korany, Judy Kruse,
Margie Starnes, Margie Longmire, Sue Mar-
cum, Edward McAuley, Richard McCurdy,
Chester McGee,Judy Mauck, Carol Noel, Car-
ol Sue Nye, Mary Pickens, Betty Prather, Ruth
Rankin, Sue Richards, Io Ann Singleton, Rob-
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Louise Stephens, Larry Stewart, Sharon Thrash,
Bill Weber, Mary Etta Weeks, Homer Welsh,
Ethel White, Banks Williams, Jean Wooten,
ident, Eric Hansen,
Secretary, Karen Hooks,
President, Jack Kaune
The study of habits, dress, and customs of the Spanish is especially important to these
students, since we live so close to the Latin American countries. The club this year is planning
a trip to Cuba, and this knowledge will be very helpful.
Their meetings are held twice a month under the leadership of Miss Alice Sharpe, faculty
adviser and Spanish teacher.
MEMBERS: Norma Adams, Mary Jo Albritton, Jack Amason, Pat Barastinl, Betty Lou Bobbit, Mary Belle Crosson,
Dot Ann Davidson, Carolyn Dennison, Claire Greene, Eric Hansen, Charles Harrelson, Norman Harris, Virginia
Hawkins, Cecil Henderson, Effie Henderson, Io Ann Hendry, Carol High, Johnny Hill, Karen Hooks, Rose Mary Hop-
per, Richard Iungferman, Jack Kaune, Becky Kinzie, Paul Lewis, Georgia Massie, Mary Ann Mobly, Pete Moger,
Nick Mullls, Jimmy Murphy, Barbara McDaniel, Carl Rhodes, Kay Silcox, Mary Lee Strayhorn, Doris Swank, Carol
Warren, Mary Wheeler, Bard Williams, Russell Fender.
MEMBERS: Don Rentz, Butch Bordaux, Raymond Friesen, Gene White, James McKinaie, Jerry Teston, Mike Per
ry, Dannie Barnes, Kenneth Stokes, Gene Daniels, Newell Atkins, Betty Henly, Dee Hill, Judy Corbitt, Spon
sors: Mrs, P. D. Goodyear and Mr. Delbert Rheel.
These students give up their study hour to
run the proiector so that pictures can be shown
whenevera teacher requests the use of them for
We are proud of our audio visual library and
the students who show the films. So lets say
"Thanks" for the work and the time they spend .
OFFICERS: President, Joyce Gibbs, Vice President,
Becky Kinzieg Secretary, Doris Swankg Treasurer, Dick
The Pan American Club has one of the largest memberships in any of our school organza-
Eligibility for membership is determined bya test given to new members. On this test the
students must be able to identify the twenty-one Pan American Countries.
Every year the Pan Am holds the coronation and ball for the new King and Queen of Pan
The main aim of this club is to promote good will between the Americans and at least one
scholarship a year is sent to a needy student in South America.
Mr. Robert Barnes is sponsor for the third consecutive year.
MEMBERS: FIRST ROW: Betty Prather, Mary Alice Smith, Delores Underwood, Virginia Hawkins, Margaret Norris, Ronnie Lea,
Dick Simons, Loyce Floyd, Doris Swank, Phyllis Conlgllo, SECOND ROW: Joyce Gibbs, Nelta Sue Creel, Carmen Rhodes, Peg-
gy Beyrodt, Martle Esleck, Nancy Erickson, Peggy Jo Thoroman, Genevieve Smith, Harriet Tanner, Alice Stuart, lane Frances
Leone, Marilyn Hough, Birdle Kelly, Glenda Lancaster. THIRD ROW:Carol Ann Kelly, Ginger Home, Barbara McDanlels, Phyl-
lls Hlll, Ann Kelly, Jo Ann Singleton, Janice Brawner, Joanne Downing, Joyce Caln, Nancy Wiltshire, Nancy Smith, Georgia
Massie, Ruby Singleton. FOURTH ROW: Margie Longmire, Elfrieda Rumpf, Meredith Hudson, Carolyn Dennison, Wlsty Wools-
lalr, Becky Klnzle, Isabelle D'Allesandro, Beverly Hunter, Mary Ami Woodruff, Shirley Harden, Jimmy Meredith. FIFTH ROW:
Sam Bishop, Ray Dean, Barry McAuley, Ray Miller, Authur Anderson.
MEMBERS: FIRST ROW: Carol Kelly, Ben Smoot, Butch Moss, Carl Abott, Bart Bare. SECOND ROW: Louise Wal-
cott, Iva Snyder, Dee Hill, Betsy Bean, Margie Longmire, Ann Pope, Ronnie Lea, Lawrence Povla. THIRD ROW:
Elfreide Rumpf, Jimmy Hanshaw, Doug Bartleson, Darrell Hart, Harry Lee Allen, Bryon Maharry, Gordon Blggar.
The Ski Club has no restrictions on eligibility
for membership escept that the dues be paid
They meet every Sunday on the North side
of the Caloosahatchee River to water ski. A
business meeting is held every other Wednesday
during the activity period.
They are sponsored by Mr. Harralson.
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MEMBERS: LEFT TO RIGHT: Marilyn Hough, Glenda Lancaster, Phyllis Coniglio, Joyce Gibbs, Margie Starnes,
Doris Swank, Martha Miller, Joanne Hendry. SECOND ROW: Mary Alice Smith, Margaret Norris, Betty Prather,
CelesteCannon, Betty Ann Carter, Loyce Floyd, Martie Esleck, Phyllis Hill, Virginia Hawkins, Delores Underwood,
Birdie Kelly. THIRD ROW: Carmen Rhodes, Harriet Tanner, Peggy Jo Thoroman, Jo Ann Williams, Claire Wurs-
ter, Louise White, Connie Wurster, Jane Powell, Kay Addison, Sue Marcum, Jean Bernheimer, Jane Frances Leone.
FOURTH ROW: Marlene Ennis, Neita Sue Creel, Beverly Hunter, Carol High, Isabella D'Alessandro, Judy South-
wick, Carol Noel, Karol Thompson, Molly Manley, Mary Ann Miller, Carole Langford, Sheila Smith, Sponsor.
FIFTH ROW: Richard Gordon, Ronnie Lea, Tommy Fell, Joe Payne, Keith Gordon.
The Future Teachers of America is
one of M.H.S.'s newer clubs. These
students are out to get lots of learning
and pass it on to others. For practical
training in theirfield they have oppor-
tunities to teach the younger grades.
They are a member of the National
organization . Miss Sheila Smith is their
M. H.S. is proud of these students
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Among the many activities of the Library Club is
taking charge of circulation desk, checking new mag-
azines, keeping circulation records, and writing over-
due and fine notices. The neatly stacked books and
well placed reference material are also their products.
Advanced students also help with reference work and
type book orders and cards. This club is very important
in helping our librarian and they deserve our hearty
OFFICERS: Mildred Jones, Vice-President, Trudy Mills,
Secretary, Kay Wiggens, President.
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Tessier, Connie Addison, Sarah Day, Betty Io Gilmore, Mary Ann Hilton, Ann Stephens, David Davis, Mildred Jones,
Ellen Sims, Sponsors: Dorothy Sharpe, Ethel Sheffild.
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OFFICERS: Mr. Oliver, Associate Coordinator, Jerome Crosby, Chaplin, Terry Sanders, Treasurer, Jerry Simandl,
Vice President, Jerry Strickland, President, Norma McCall, Parlimentarian, Billy Payne, Sergeant-at-Arms, Vir-
ginia Burson, Secretary, Mr. Bott, Sponsor.
Diversified Cooperative Training is a system set up to give students pracitical training so
they will be ready for an early start in the business world when they graduate. These students
attend school half a day and work the rest ot the day. These iobs include everything from filing
clerk to secretary. Mr. L. Bott is D. C. T. Coordinator.
MEMBERS: Jimmy Burlingham, Virginia Burson, James Collier, Jerome Crosby, Mallie Dukes, Don Ewton, Wade
Giddens, James Huff, Norma Io McCall, Billy Payne, Patty McGill, Terry Sanders, Gary Scott, Jerry Simandl, Je:-
ry Strickland, Mary Howard Wheeler, Helen Godfrey,
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MEMBERS: Shirley Adams, Connie Addison, Mary Jo Albritton, Judy Bartleson, Ginger Bass, Betty Jo Bendigo, Ola Pearl Bishop, Jean
Bernheimer, Jerry Brewer, Faye Braidfoot, Sara Bryant, Peggy Burchard, Carol Carver, Carolyn Collins, Pat Compton, Jo Ann Cook,
Joan Crant, Sonya Curry, Carolyn Dadderio, Isabell D'Allesandro, Sally Jo Daughrrey, Esther Davis, Jane Davis, Marilyn Donaldson,
Joanne Downing, Dorothy Fernandez, Diane Frank, Loretta Frank, Betty Gardner, Barbara Gayle, Betty Gidden, Martha Goolsby, Claire
Green, Joanne Hendry, Kay Hickman, Mary Carolyn Hill, Kathie Hooks, Betty Horne,Ginger Horne, Meredith Hudson, Ellen Johnson,
Mildred Jones, Sandra Keen, Birdie Kelly, Judy Kruse, Carole Langford, Betty Lyles, Molly Manley, Betty Manning, Georgia Massey,
Barbara McDaniels, Jackie McDaniels, Martha McDaniels, Marilyn Myers, Mary Ann Miller, Phoebe Millership, Sandra Montgomery,
Zeda Nesmlth, Carol Noel, Margie Nolen, Geraldine Parker, Patricia Parker, Joan Pearce, Janet Persons, Carol Pickering, Sue Rich-
ards, Carolyn Sanders, Judith Sanders, Rita Santini, Reva Jane Scott, Carolyn Seldon, Janice Shanahan, Forrest Smith, Joyce Smith,
Linda Smith, Virginia Smith, Iva Snyder, Judy Southwick, Shiela Stevens, Nona Stevenson, Pat Summey, Delores Underwood, Carol
Warren, Elaine Warren, Ann Watson, Beth Watson, Frances Wheeler, Judy White, Louise White, Sharon Wildes, Joanne Williams,
Cecelia Wofford, Lora Sue Wolf, Linda Wooten, Cathy Wiggen, Delores Yoemans.
The Future Homemakers of America is a group of girls working toward better homes and family living.
All active homemaking students are eligible for membership. The group attend the State Fair in Tampa, and
have a fine display of their work at our own Fair. They also attend district and state conventions and Leader-
ship Training Conference. Mrs. Clarence Demasters is the Faculty Adviser.
OFFICERS: Judy Southwick, President, Betty Jo Bendigo, Vice-President, Ginger Horne, Secretary, Carol Carver, Treasurer,
Peggy Burchard, Project Chairmen, Kathie Hooks, Recorder, Mary Carolyn Hill, Parlimentarian, Carol Noel, Historian
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OFFICERS: Harold Eubank, Secretary, Morris Stephens, Treas. Paul Scott, Pres., C.M, Cook, Vice-Pres.,
John Warren, Recorder, Pete Allbritton, Sentinel.
The Future Farmers of America, a national organization, teaches High School boys
better agriculture. These boys have their own proiects which include raising cattle and
chickens, and farming. They raise vegetables which they sell and makea rofit on. Elect-
ing their chapter sweetheart and attending the Tampa Fair are both looted forward too.
They also enter their products in the Southwest Florida Fair. These boys are preparing for
their future and the future of America.
MEMBERS: Ray Ballard, Randal Blum, Richard Blum, John Carter, Wesley Crosley, Bemiy Daniels, David Henderson, Shel-
don Hunter, Mitchell Keene, Lester Landrum, John Lanier, Gerald McGill, Tom Macon, Eugene Martin, Bobby Merdith, Mar-
vin Montgomery, J. D. Owens, Glen Priest, Billy Ragon, James Sellers, Jack'Tanner, Frank Tiner, Terry Walker, Royce
Watts, Donald Webster, Robert Weeks, James White, Earl Williams, Melvin Williams, Ray Williams, Smoot Wilson, Russell
Wintle, Jackie Wotten, Eddie Arnold, Billy Bass, Russell Dart, John McCall, Jimmy McGill, Bob Moger, James Motter, Rob-
ert Mullis, Willard Osbome, Guy Strayhorn, Richard Whitaker, Leroy Nottingham, Kelly Scott, Dicky Robinson, Thomas
Martin, Stanly Bryant, Robert Allbrition, Jimmy Arnold, Howard Cartright, C. M. Cook, Harrell Eubank, Wayne Harrison,
Roy Halloway, Bobby Lawrence, David Mcwharter, Richard Molter, David Montgomery, Larry Mosher, Billy Priest, Bruce
Reynolds, Paul Scott, Russell Swihart, Arthur Smith, Charles Stevens, Morris Stephens, John Warren, Bert Williams, Eddie
Winton, Thomas Gross, Baker Green, Emest Harden, Freddie Lewis, Grant Richmond, Jackie Cockran.
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Kelly, Joe Payne, Bard Williams, Clark Hughes, Walter Jones, Billy Keene, Larry Williams, Ray Ballard, Buford
Curry, Bobby Gerald, Darryl Guthrie, Watt McGinnis, Eugene Roberts, Jarrett Thompson, Robert Weeks, Jimmy
White, Carl Williams, Ernest Harden,
Tommy Fell, Secretary-Treasurer, Joe Payne, Business
Mgr., Bart Bare, President, Mrs. Durrance, Director.
NOT PICTURED: Dick Simons, Vice-Pres. l 10
The Glee club participates in various
activities throughout the year. They pre-
sent the singing Christmas Tree, give an
operetta each year, and attend state com-
One of their main money moking pro-
gects rs the selling of hot clogs and coffee
at football games. J y P
They are under the direction of "Skeet"
MEMBERS: Joyce Cain, Loyce Floyd, Marilyn Hough, Jane Leone, Carmen Rhodes, Mary Alice Smith, Imogene
Splres, Jackie Allen, Bernice Bishop,Neita Sue Creel,Marlene Ennis, Joan Green, Carol High, Beverly Hunter, Bet-
ty Lyles, Denis Mulvihill, Rita Sushil, Joanne Tatum, Bernice Willis, Nancy Young, Liz Applewhite, Carolyn
Baker, Bobbie Bass, Esther Bratten, Daveen Burson, M.F. Clemons, Sarah Clutz, Jeanette Conner, Frances Crews,
Lorena Frank, Dot Hollis, Betty Home, Connie Jones, Gloria Keene, Virginia King, Carolyn Mallory, Sue Marcum,
Marilyn Myers, Marion Navarro, Norma Pace, Barbara Pike, Beverly Poff, Judy Raulerson, Barbara Scott, Nona
Stevenson, Sylvia Stancel, Pat Allant, Ginger Ballard, Ginger Bass, Nancy Behringer, Ola Pearl Bishop, Shirley
Blackman, Carolyn Collins, Pat Compton, Annett Curry, Carolyn Dadderlo, Betty Edenfield, Jean Ellis, Diana
Frank, Gloria Gartman, Martha Goolsby, Jean Hendry, Kay Hickman, Virginia Gilton, Joan Holmes, Sandra Keene,
Dorothy King, Betty Lawerence, Jackie McDaniel, Gerry Parker, Janet Persons, Mary Jo Peters, Carol Pikering,
Regina Plewe, Jackie Pooser, Carolyn Sanders, Judith Sanders, Reva Scott, Caroline Seldon, Barbara Simmons,
Kay Smith, Ilene Shepard, Shielia Stevens, Pat Summey, Gail White, Janet Wissmiller, Cecilia Wofford, Lora
Sue Wolf, Phoebe Millership, Sandra Patton, Frances Wheeler, Kay Assay.
OFFICERS: Neita Sue Creel, Secretary, Marilyn Hough,
Vice President, Mary Alice Smith, President, Carmen
MEMBERS: Beth Alderman, Barbara Allen, Phyllis Barrett, Betty Bethune, Betty Boyd, Judy Braisted, Linda Brewer,
Barbara Burman, Dee Ann Clark, Susan Clark, Jean Collier, Linda Conover, Faye Cook, Pat Daniels, Ellen Delau-
cy, Diana Dremann, Paula Durrence, Dot Easterlin, Gloria Edveuson, Bobby Flynn, Mary Flynn, Beverly Goodyear,
Barbara Griffin, Gina Haliczer, Yvonne Harrell, Norman Heckle, Irene Hendry, Peggy Sue Hendry, Grace Hick-
man, Marcelene Hudson, Ann Jones, Pam Lake, Ronnie Long, Betty Mauthenes, Frances McClaren, Joyce McDaniel,
Margerite Mills, Gerald Montgomery, Elmer Mott, Elizabeth Neilson, Kay Ogden, Betty Owens, Joe Padilla, Jen-
nifer Peed, Kashy Powell, Nettie Preston, Maxine Prevatt, Ginny Rhodes, Vagina Shands, Betty Stancel, Claus Stan-
ford, Georgia Stevens, Iudy Tenor, Nell Watson, Mary Wiltshire, Barbara Wright, Beverly Blalock, Anne Blount,
Myrna Buchanan, Shirley Campbell, Anita Calucer, Randy Conner, Linda Cook, Michael Cook, Sherolyn Corbitt,
David Dampeir, Elberta Daughtry, Jimmie Durham, Sandra Gastin, Barbara Taylor, Jeanette Griffin, Gerald Gunn,
Nancy Box, Lorengo Henderson, Sally Hoback, Kay Jones, Betty Kerberg, Patsy Lanier, Kristie Lumdstrom, Bobby
Manley, Delores Mastro, Betty McDonald, Linda Miller, Patty Parker, Patsy Peters, Rose Roller, Alma Rose, Lalai
Sapp, Martha Scaturo, Carol Shands, Katie Lou Spurlin, Lily Taylor, Bobby Wadlington, Jimmy Weaver, Suzanne
Young, Faye Williams, Martha Jean SaVage.
The Jr. Glee Club, made up of the 7th and 8th graders, is .5
actually in training forthe Sr. Glee Club. They participate
in the Singing Christmas Tree and various other performances
during the year. Like the Sr. Glee Club they are under the
direction of "Skeet Durrance."
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The Fort Myers Senior Band, responding to
the direction of Mr. Frank Lodwick, has help-
ed the school spirit b playing and performing
at the pep rallies ancllthe Football games. We
have enioyed seeing our green and white in a
series of parades throughout the year.
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FIRST ROW: Barbara Rolls, Judy Southwick, Susan Clark, Doris Swank, Betty Prather. SECOND ROW
Meredith Hudson, Jack Kaune, James McKinzie, Nick Mullis, Bobby McCo1lough, John Gilliam, Lawrence
Povia, Jerome Crosby, Joan Pierce, Peggy Io Thoroman.
To avoid having the club meetings conflict with
one another and the class schedule, a representative of
each club meets to arrange the time of the club meet-
ing. This system iscalled the Inter Club Council. The
student body is very grateful because it is a convenient
method to save confusion.
Meredith Hudson, Chairman
Betty Prather, Recorder.
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Every two weeks the Tidal Wave engulfs the
T it school, and students wait anxiously for the latest
issue, which they read with much enthusiasm.
The Tidal Wave Staff, under the direction of
Mr. Robert Barnes, has done a splendid iob. Cir-
culation increased 5096 during the year, advertis-
ing doubled, and the paper grew from 6 pages to
8 and I0 each issue.
Girls' Sports Editor
Boys' Sports Editor
Jo Ann Singleton
Virginia Burson Martha Mlller
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Under the capable guid-
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students work hard to meet the
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MARY ALICE SMITH
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DON DEVORE NANCY ERICKSON
Co-editor of Co-editor of
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The Quill ancl Scroll is made up of those students who have
done outstanding work in the field of iournalism.
Beside their talent in journalism, a high average in scholas-
tic work for their four years in high school is necessary.
The Quill and Scroll is anlnternational High SchoolHonorary
CARMEN RHODES GENEVIEVE SMITH
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"Coney Island Baby" Cast of '54 Class Play "Thaw my Judyl I"
"THE 1954 SENIOR CLASS PLAY"
The cast missed classes and many hours of sleep but the reward was great when the curtain
opened on "Junior Miss", put on by the 1954 Senior Class. Judy's mistakes caused many laughs
and everyone that participated in it enioyed it thoroughly. Thanks to Mr. Williams, our spon-
sor, and the directing of Miss Cindy Carson, "Junior Miss" was a tremendous success!
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Phyllis Coniglio Glenda Lancaster
Mary Alice Smith
Mrs. Spiegel Mary Rouse
Betty Ann Fohl
Our eight peppy cheerleaders have boosted our
team to victory. They have done a terrific lob lead-
ing the students thru Pep Rallies, Snake Dances, Bon
Fires, and the football and basketball games. They
arealso responsible for the motorcade held the after-
noon before each football game.
They were coached by Mrs. Speigel, whose help
as a director made our cheerleaders a team of which
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son. "So long" to the
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kick off to the final whis-
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FIRST ROW: Don Wanicka, Eddie Reed, John Gilliam, Bobby McCullough. SECOND ROW: Manager,
Dennis Doherty, Bill Kelly, Fred Peed, Coach Ibach. THIRD ROW: Phillip Fike, David Weeks, Chic
Captain, John Gilliam
Our Greenie cagers started slowly, but
as the year progressed their spirit, hustle,
and accuracy increased with each game.
They defeated many teams in their second
meet which had beaten them before. The
'53-'54 Greenie team ran up the highest
score of any Green Wave Team on the home
floor while defeating Sarasota in the last
home game of the season. They entered as
the dark horse team and came out on top
many times. For this, the improved team
and a swell cage season, "Congratulations
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Ft. Myers 61
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FRONT ROW: Coach Collins, Wayne Wiles, Carl Alverez, Gene Pigort, Rhey Burchard, John Gilliam, Nelson Wal-
lace, Sheldon Hunter. SECOND ROW: C. H. Roberts, Lamarr Payne, Harry Brown, Don Bush, James Suggs, Ray
Dean, Ernest Harden, Chic Hall, Don Wannicka.
Coach Roht. Collins
The Greenie Nine, losing only two regulars
from last year's team, is macle up almost entirely
of veterans led by All-South-Fla. Conference
Catcher Johnny Gilliam. With this squad the
Greenies are a menace to any opposing school and
one of the strongest teams in the conference. From
the first pitch to the last out Coach Bob Collins'
Greenies are a fighting team.
ALL-S. F,C. Catcher
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Pitche' Nelson Wallace
Chic Ha 11 Infielder
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FIRST ROW: Bruce Reynolds, Harry Lee Allen, Wayne Warriner, Bill Kelly, Dennis Doherty, Morris Stephens.
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C. M. Cook, Ralph Woodring, Don Baker.
The Greenie track team led by four year letterman Don DeVore is once again a top
contender for state honors. With a veteran squad under the leadership of Coaches Troy
Parnell and Bob Anderson our boys did it again and gave us a respectable greenie cinder
for the Green Wave.
Managers: C. M. Cook and Morrls Stephens Jim Smith heaving the shot put.
Ralph Woodring, Senior,
tries his hand at the shot put.
Bill Weber, Sophomore,
running the 440.
Harry Allen, Freshman,
running the Ioo
Dennis Doherty, Senior,
ready to start the mile.
Wayne Warriner, Junior,
making good time in the 220
Coaches Troy Pamell
and Bob Anderson.
George Wheaton, Freshman, Bruce Reynolds,
Don Baker, Seniors, Harry Allen, Freshman and
Don Devore, Senior, make up the relay team.
Don Devore, Senior,
flys over the low hurtles.
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Pickens The boy's swimming team, which had captured the SFC
crown for two consecutive years, were out for their third
With quite a few returning lettermen, the team was be
lieved to have had a good chance for another conference
The schedule for the school year 1953-53 was:
March Lake Worth Here
Wesley St. Petersburg There
Coach Boca Siega There
NOII April Sarasota Here
Ft. Lauderdale Here
f- Sarasota There
My M South Broward There
,dfiwi Miami Jackson There
May src Here
Bob 7 Regional St. Petersburg
CO 'Capt' I4 State Lake Worth
John Moss Clark Hughes Pete Wedeles
Bart Bare Carl Abbott Bill Plgott
FIRST ROW: Johnny Moss, Billy Pigott, Cecil Henderson, Peter Wedeles. SECOND ROW: Clark Hughes,
Jimmy Murphy, Carl Abbott, Jimmy Meredith, Billy Wright. THIRD ROW: Bart Bare, Gordon Bigger, Jim-
my Hanshaw, Jinny McGill, Russel Wintle, Jimmy McGill, Ronald Clark, Coach Nott.
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and Spiegel .
FIRST ROW: Fay Braidfoot, Dot Easterlin, Carolyn Collins, Dee Hill, Suzanne Glo-
rieux, Dennise Mulvihill, Besty Bean, Iva Snyder, Mary Ann Mortonson. SECOND
ROW: Carol Carson, Mary Ann Woodruff, Louise Walcott, Betty Jo Bendigo, Judy Bartl-
son, Iris Abrams, Nita Sue Creel, Alice Branibridge, Elfriede Rumpf, Sandra Mont-
gOmery. Linda Smith, Phoebe Snyder.
The girls Swimming Team made a great
effort this year to win the SFC. They lost
many of their Letter men in graduation so the
showing was a good one.
With Coach Spiegal behind the Swimming
Team, the girls had another mighty wavette
Mrs. Wanda Spiegal Nedra Nott
Carolyn Shanahan, Margie Longmire, Isabelle D'Al1esandro, Joan Pearce, Judy Southwick, Janice
Shanahan, Martie Esleck, Ann Pope, Sandra Corkhill.
Betty Ann Fohl Ioan Pearoe Carolyn Shanahan Judy Southwick
With only four returning lettermen this
year the coaches and girls have worked very
hard to turn out the fine team we have.
Playing in both the South Florida and the
Everglades Conference the girls madea very
To the team, Coaches Smith and Fisher
the managers Ellen Johnson and Wisty Wool-
slair we all give our hearty "Thanks" for a
Jackie Easterlin. Joan Crant Barbara Home Mary Rouse
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Marcia Corkhill Karol Thompson Betty Home
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The J. V. Cheerleader's have made a fine showing this year boosting the jtmior Varsity team on to victory.
They originated many new cheers and for all the fine work they deserve the hearty "Thanks of all the school.
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FIRST ROW: Tommy Martin, Collins Johnson, Harvie Stipe, Carl Alvarez, Johnny McDaniels, Billy Hendry and Al-
len Wheeler. SECOND ROW: Kenneth Stokes, Marvin Montgomery, Winfield Bauman, Allen Hanson, Sheldon Hun-
ter, Winston Daughtrey, Frank Land, Frank Alderman, and Mike Porter. THIRD ROW: Darryl Guthrie, Jarrett Thomp-
son, Vernon Turner, Jack Amason, Jimmy Murphy, Jerry Teston, Tommy Thomas, Jimmy Hollis and Kenneth Sushil.
FOURTH ROW: Larry Smith, Floyd Jeter, Chester McGee, Pete Wedeles, Jerry Powell, Everett Bennett, Charles Mil-
ler, Joe Barbee, Vernon Montgomery and Bobby Davis. FIFTH ROW: Coach Robert "Bull" Collins, Bill Weber, Bud
Whitehead, Don Webster, Tommy Montgomery, Clyde Conrad, Wendell Crosby, Lester Landrum and Coach Troy
FIRST ROW: Frank Wannicka, Jim Meridithg Don
Wannicka, Don Bush, Gordon Biggar. SECOND ROW:
Bob Sheffield, Coach, James suggs, Chester McGee,
Monroe Palmer, Harry Brown.
The 'B' squad, playing along side the Greenies during the season,
played the teams this year that they will fall next year as the varsity
squad. They played excellent ball under the leadership of Bob Sheffield,
student coach. Here you may look proudly on the "Greenies of next
The J.V.'s participate in the Everglades Conference and have
upheld the name of the Greenies through many hard fought games
intheir conference and tournament during the year. The top game
of the year was the night our J . V. 's upset the Everglades High School
team in our gym 51-50. Congratulations to Coach Collins and the
cagers of the future.
FIRST ROW: Coach Collins, Carl Alvarez,
Sheldon Hunter, C. H. Roberts, Wayne Wlles,
Bllly Hendry, Jackie Hall, Manager.
SECOND ROW: Frank DeMarco, Allan Wheeler, ,
Jarrett Thompson, Nelson Wallace, Collins "
Johnson, Jim Hill, Robin Dean.
BOTTOM ROW: E, Ailant, M. Hart, R. Thompson, K. Hansen, B. Gay, D. Ackert, I. Chard, E. Mott, K.
Carter, S. Comparretto, S. Stewart, I. Doherty. SECOND ROW: B. Whitehead, W. Hill, M, Strayhorn,
B. Moss, J. Hutchison, F. Allison, B. Laviani, C. Magaha, D. Richards, T. Hollis. THIRD ROW: A. El-
lis, L. Carroll, G. Lunger, R, Shanahan, T. Herrington, C. Ray, C. N. Powell, J. Finger, J. Emmert.
TOP ROW: P. Dart, A, Alverez, R. Reckwerdt, D. McKi.nzie, I. Horkay, P. Pigott, R. Long, J. McDaniel.
COACH PAUL MONNETT
Whitecap football is made up of Seventh and
Eighth Grade boys wanting to participate in
the gridiron sport. They are divided into two
squads that compete against each other. The
boys are taught sportsmanship, fundamentals
of football, blocking, tackling, and running
assignmentsin plays. Coaches Paul Monnett
and Bob Anderson are building the foundation
for high school football in the future. These
are the boys that will be carrying the Greenie
colors on the gridiron in the years to come.
These boys will carry the team to new heights
in the future by being taught correctly now.
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Mr. Comer J. Bowden, Mr. Ray A. Tipton, Mr. Carl J. Michael, Mr. David M. Bull, Mr. Earl Hord,
Mr. Gilbert H, Moore.
LEE COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
We are grateful to this group of capable men, who have
helped us immeosureably during the school year of- l953-54.
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THAD WILSON'S DRIVE-IN
FORT MYERS BUILDERS SERVICE
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1311 F I S
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Compl emenfs of
FORT MYERS FURNITURE CO.
526-30 East First S
LEE MOTORS of FORT MYERS
ERNESTINE'S BEAUTY SHOP
l308 Cleveland Avenue
Congratulations to Class of '54
FLANDERS "SNAG" THOMPSON
Sheriff of Lee Co.
Congratulations Class of '54
Dry Cleaning-Laundry-Rug Cleaning
Linen Supply-Diaper Service
Complete Insurance Service
H14 First Street Telephone 2-7281
Fort Myers, Fla.
to the class
Gulf Coast Farms Inc
Santa Gertrudis Cattle
Ft. Myers, Fla.
Serving Southwest Florida
LAWHON'S GENERAL STORE
Congratulations to Class of '54
Bonita Springs, Fla .
THE KlLGORE'S SEED CO.
lll7 Anderson Ave .
Phone 4-456l ,
BRITT SIGN SERVICE
939 Anderson Avenue
Ft. Myers, Florida
Citizens of Tomorrow
Ft. Myers, Fla. . . West Palm Beach
the Class of '54
PALM CITY ICE COMPANY
KING FURNITURE COMPANY
"We Feather Your Nest With A Little Down
House Furnishings and Radios
Gas and Electrical Appliances
FRYE WHOLESALE CO.
Ralph and Lorene Frye-Owners
"A good house to deal with"
1635 Evans Avenue Phone 2-853l
Ft. Myers, Fla.
COLEY WESTBROOK MEN'S WEAR
"Selections Men Prefer"
2I38 Hendry Street Fort Myers, Fla
Machine Shop Ornamental Iron
Welding Marine Repair
Steel Fabricators Mill Suppl ies
Phone 5-0451 I Ol Frei rson
Sears Roebuck 84 Co.
Shop at Sears and Save
TILLIS FURNITURE COMPANY
1910 Hendry St. Phone 5-8411
COMP LE TE
1015-19 First St.
Fort Myers, Fla.
RICHARD AND ASSOCIATES
Ft. Myers, Fla.
Congratulations to the Class of '54
UNIVERSAL GLAD FARMS
LORRAINE'S BEAUTY SHOP
It Pleases Us To Please You
835 First Street
Fort Myers, Florida
Te,ep,,o,,e 5-4381 Leo W. Englehardt
Funeral Service-Ambulance Service
Compliments of Air Conditioning
SARLO POWER MOWERS Phone 5-l 166 l52l McGregor Blvd.
Fart Myers Irgn Works Charles E . Engelhardt
Fort Myers, Florida
Compliments of the
Seniors PATIO SHOP
RAY TIPTON Barber Furniture Co.
County Superintendent of Public Instruction
i322 Cleveland Ave.
Congratulations to the class of '54
SUPERIOR GREENBRIER GLAD FARMS
SEVEN-UP BOTTLI NG COMPANY
ARDADE CIGAR S TURE Heard Edwards
Sporting Goods GEORGE WHEATON
Wheel 8. Frame Alinement
418 Cleveland Ave. Fort Myers, Fla
HOME SUPPLY SUPREX
MORGAN RADIATOR SERVICE
McGregor Blvd. at Altamont
Expert Repairing The Largest Varieties ln
i' Fresh Fruits And Vegetables
1900 Lee St. Fort Myers, Fla. Domesflc and lmpoffed
Phone 21196 Free Delivery
DIXIE MOTOR COMPANY
Second and Anderson at Heitman Telephone 2-1103
Fort Myers, Florida
TRADE WINDS RESTAURANT
Breakfast - Lunch - Dinners
"Fine Foods from friendly folks"
THE FURNITURE MART
New and Used Furniture 8. Appliances
Cor. Second St. 81 Evans Ave.
Ft. Myers Phone 2-6091
Congratulations Class of '54
CITY FISH MARKET
Anderson and Thompson Streets
"Visit the Liars ' Club at
TARPON TACKLE and PAINT SHOP
Fort Myers Beach
Estero Blvd. Phone 3-2724
FT. MYERS TRANSIT LINES, INC.
AND YELLOW CAB CO.
Parkers Book Store
Office Equipment and Supplies
Books and School Supplies
2233-35 Hendry St. Phone 2-343I
M. H0 516 fill!
"The Ladies' Trading Place"
1016 First Street
BUCK AND GENE'S MARKET
Groceries "' Meats ' Vegetables
PAUL WEATHERLY ELECTRIC CO.
Phone 5-4861 1202 Cleveland Ave.
1000 Watts 1410 KC.
SNACK DRIVE 'IN
Bee and Bill Naylor
Fort Myers Phone 5-1175
Short Orders - Sandwiches
2200 Heitman St. Dial 2-8361
Dedicated to serving Southwest Florida
Congratulations to the Senior Class
MACDONALD'S SHOE STORE
lII3 First Street Complimems of
Ft. Myers, Fla.
WELDRITE WELDING WURKS, INC
Expert Welding and Machine Work
PALMLAND HOTEL COURT Union and Hendry Street
Appreciates YOU Ft. Myers, Fla.
Candies - Gifts - Cards fo 1-he
Next to Edison Cafeteria Class of '54
809 First Street Fort Myers, Florida FT, MYERS ARMATURE WORKS
PRESS PRINTING AND PUBLISHING CO. Compliments of
Commercial Printers ED ANDERSON
Phone 4-4I4i Collier Arcade AUTOMOBILE PAINTING
1025 First Street
FOXWORTHY FURNITURE CO.
"Quality and Service"
Ft. Myers, Fla.
Phone 5-231 1
GILAN AUTO SUPPLY
Corner of Anderson and Hendry
Phones 5-1101, 5-1102
Automotive parts and Equipment
We Sell the Best 8. Junk the Rest
801 Cleveland Ave.
200 Cleveland Street
Dial 2-1191 Fort Myers
24 Hr. Ambulance Service
I026 First Street SUdd9n Service
Ft. Myers, Fla.
DARWIN N. WHITE
Insurance and Real Estate
Fort Myers, Fla.
"Everything Insurable, Insured"
35 Patio De Leon P. O. Box I809
Ft. Myers, Fla.
Compliments of Grower Packer Shipper
White Dove Brand
11. w. Ireland, nismrimmtr
Congratulations to Senior Class
GULF OIL PRODUCTS R. G. wick, Simpson
Best Wishes From
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"Serving Southwest Florida"
SANDERS BROTHERS TIRE COMPANY
1221 Cleveland Ave.
LEE COUNTY METAL
Home of Television
Congratulations to the Class of '54
JAMES B. ROBERTS
Builders Hardware Plywoods
Time Tried Dependability
THE UNDERWOOD SHOP W.W. STEWART
1321 Lafayette Street Pharmacist
Fort Myers, Florida Fort Myers, Fla.
Built-in Cabinets Phone 5-3791 2041 Hendry St. Dial 4-1441
Specializing in Chicken,
Steaks 8. Chops
Mr. and Mrs. O'Mueller
A LA CART RESTAURANT
300 Yards South City Limits
Ft. Myers, Fla.
SNYDER'S PAINT 8- HARDWARE STORE
ELI WITT CIGAR CO.
Palm Beach Blvd. Tice, Fla.
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Paint and Electric THRIFTY DRUGS
841 First St. Cor. Main 8. Hendry Sts.
Ft. Myers, Fla. Fort Myers, Florida 5-0331
"o 55,,,,,,Mnrf Dial 2-8391
KI NZIE 'S ROSE GARDE NS
Corsages, Cut Flowers
63 E . Second St.
Your T. V. Headquarters
1110 First Street
FORD 'S F LOWE RS
Flowers for all occasions
Phone Night 25311 Phone Day 50161
1119 First St.
Ft. Myers, Fla.
It's Summey's for Music
Musical Instruments Sheet Music
Teaching Studios Records
2024 Hendry St. Phone 54141
Bob McCollough, Mgr.
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809 Cleveland Ave . Fort MYe"5f Flo'
-John Deere Tractors-
Congratulations fo Class of '54 C""9"""C"l""5 Goss of '54
GEORGE E. ALEN SHOE STORE
REXFORD W' Gll'l'lAM Formerly X-Ray Shoe Store
STROITRl'?3EAH.TY LEM K, SMAWLEY
THOMAS XLRZEMQEJQSH' CROW 917 First Street Fort Myers, Flo
was-37 PALM BEACH al.vo:PHoNs: 4-4217
Fort Myers, Florida
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '54
LEE COUNTY BANK
Green's Fuel Gas Service
Ft. Myers, Fla.
Bring your Camera
Cameras 8. Gifts
John Deal, Owner
Expert House Moving
Erecting or Removing Poles
Derrick Truck for Heavy Lifting
Trees Topped or Removed
. Phone 4-2331 Night 5-6631
Fil Igjgiit itll: 863 Anderson Fort Myers, Fla.
Phone - 5-6983
DANIELS BROTHERS BOAT WORKS
Boat Builders and Designers
53 E. First St.
Ft. Myers, Florida
Congratulations Class of '54
J. C. PENNEY'S
1005 First Street Phone 2-7461
Ft. Myers, Fla.
DOUGLASS-CHAMBERS INC .
Best Wishes for Your Success Scltslillzggstols
BORDEN'S DAIRY Town Beach
2211 B d E Bl d
Division of The Borden Co. Ft. Myers, Fla. Phone gg Iggy Phojjrg-2623
Congratulations to Class of '54
D. Z Fafabee
Clerk of Circuit Court
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Radio-Televisions Sales and Service
ll22 Cleveland Ave.
MACK'S MAR KET
Home of Good Meats
l5 South Cleveland Ave.
THE SHE LL FACTORY
WorId's Largest Dealers i
Shells 8. Coral
Home of the Famous
Branham Shell Museum
n Compliments of
N' of Edison .B'lde9e'R'e' 4' FORT MYERS ElREMEN's aus, :Nc
There's one in your neighborhood
Our stores are filled with merchandise bought on a direct mass purchase
plan which cuts out some of the middle man's profits and enables us to sell
from manufacturers, roducers and rowers, direct to ou, the consumer at
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Owned and Operated By Your Neighbor
Al's Super Market, North Ft. Myers Dial 5-7041
Bob's Grocery, Punta Gorda, Fla. Phone 83
Edison Pork Grocery 801 Cleveland Ave. Dial 5-6521
Home Supply Store 1215-17 First St. Dial 2-1196
J. C. Sapp and Sons 1902 Cranford Avenue
Thompson's Red Front, Fort Myers Beach Phone 2-2691
Tice Super Market, Tice, Florida
Fred Veal Grocery 1140 Victoria Ave. Dial 2-7201
Carlos Bay Food Center, Fort Myers Beach, Fla. Phone
Best Wishes Seniors
1109 Anderson Avenue
JOHN W. SHULTZ
Ft. Myers, Fla.
CHRIST FOR THE WORLD TABERNACLE
You Are Welcome
T. A. Draughon A. H. Draughon Jr.
To Class of '54
OGDEN ELECTRIC SERVICE
To The Class of '54
THE TOM TUCKER STUDIO
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FIorida's oldest and largest bottled gas distributors
Fort Myers West Palm Beach
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1618 McGregor Blvd.
For Complete Laundry 8. Cleaning Service
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I QUALITY LAUNDRY 8- CLEANERS
- Ft. Myers Naples
Bird Legs Phone 5-3521 Phone 2-5371
BLEMKE PLUMBING CO.
Plumbing and Appliances
Kresky Duo-Therm Oil Burning Heaters
1017 Union St. Dial 5-5531
801 First Street
FRANKLIN HARDWARE CO.
Corner First and Broadway
Fort Myers, Fla.
The Prettiest Beach Wear
GULF VIEW SHOP
Ft. Myers Beach, Flo.
Win Ellis Earl Williamson
Air-Conditioned Best of Luck
SNACK HOUSE Seniors
Restaurant-Bake Shop-Delicatessen BE LK- Ll NDSEY CO .
Open 7 Days a Week
Collier Arcade Dial 1100 First St. Dial 5-0461
Fort Myers, Florida 5-7411
C. F. "CLlNT" SMITH
BONITA FISH 81 POULTRY
Fred W. Peed
The And The
SEALTEST ICE CREAM
SOUTHERN DAIRIES Best
1105 Anderson Avenue
179 E. First Street Phone 4-0161
TOM'S AUTO SALES
Sales And Service
Tom Forehand Fort Myers, Florida
A. M. KIDDER 8. CO.
Member N. Y. Stock Exchange
915 First St.
WOOD 8. COLCORD, INC.
Realtors "' lnsurors
804 First Street Phone 4-2391
BOB DEAN'S WELDING SERVICE
Machine Shop-Boiler Repair
Portable Oxy-Actylene and Electric Welding
Steel Supplies-Mill Supplies Phone 2-1133
1323 Anderson Ave. Fort Myers. Florida
Best Wishes To
The Class of '54 I
J. W. GOODE CO.
Studebaker Soles and
Fort Myers, Florida
Of Ice Cream
First St, At Marion St.
FRIZZELL LUMBER CO.
Complete Line of Building Material
616 Railroad Street Ft. Myers, Fla.
CALOOSA MARKET, INC.
Groceries 8. Meats
1f2 Mile North of Edison Bridge
Ft. Myers, Fla.
Andy self mr.
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601 First St.
Fort Myers, Flo.
"The Name You Know in Farming"
Fort Myers 8. lmmokclee
J. "Wes" Rumsey, Pres.
Ft. Myers lmmokolee
Dial 57561 Tel 2121
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Fruit 8. Gift Shop
First 8. Carson
Telephone 4-2111 .
1021 Anderson Ave-.
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FLORIDA POWER 8. IIGIIT COMPANY
slDNEv DAVIS MEN'S SHOP LEED'S SHOE STORE
1024 First sf. 2211 Hendry
Ft, Myers, Fla. Phone 56531
Phone 40481 Johnny Malone Mgr.
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Hamburgers Hot Dogs
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Jock and Wilma Brown
Photographs and Photo Finishing
llll First Street Ft. Myers, Fla.
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