Fort Pierce Central High School - Golden Eagle Yearbook (Fort Pierce, FL)

 - Class of 1944

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Y D 1 Y 7 3 5 -gi Qi HUG li 49N ff 5 I' ARL FRANKLIN LISH Stunt Nlxte 2 Dcmolay 7 3 4 Band 3 4 lst Llcut 4 Jr Rotarxan Xlctory Corps3 4 Orchestral 2 3 4 Asst Ldxtor Annual C1lRALDIlNh J MADDOX Garry Stunt Nltc 2 Vlttory Corps 3 FVELYN KERR MULLINS Rltbland Hlglx School 1 2 3 Rxclm lands X lfglllla MARJORIE JILAN MUNNELL Margzc Stunt Nlte 1 Glee Club 4 Band 1 2 Pep Club 3 4 Class Play 4 Vxctory Corps 3 4 Asst Snap Ed Annual JCHN ROY NORVELL ark Stunt xlfc 2 Green and Xklnte 2 Xxctory Corps 3 Capt 4 Football 2 3 4 Basketball 7 3 Boxms 3 s Plat 4 Dtmolas 4 Lettcrmans Club 3 4 Sports ldftor Annual GLADXS KATHRYN PARK Pep Clubl 7 3 4 Xlctory Corps M X IX IEIN NE PAULINE PARK Craclzf r Inctory Corps 4 Glee Club 4 RI NA MAF POSTER Rum Welllngton C Maphan Bnllmore N WILLIAM JACKSQN REED ack Vlctory Corps 3 4 Demolay 3 Class Play 4 DOROTHY SMITH Do! VICIOFY Corps 3 LEAH PEARL SMITI-I Pctzc Treas 1 Pep Clubl 2 Basketball 2 Vlctory Corps 3 Lxeut 3 Student Councxl 2 SALLY MYRTLE STEVENS Sa y Stunt Nxte 1 2 4 Pep Club l 2 3 4 Cheerleader 4 Vlctory Corps 3 4 Lt 4 Green and Whxte 3 4 Glee Club 4 Spamsh Play 2 3 Thesplan 2 Bas ketball 3 Snap Edntor Annual O ,L qi 365' 'wr 'tl 4? DOROTHY JEAN STONY Dot Pep Club I 2 3 Cherleader 4 Vlc tory Corps 3 4 Class Play 4 Green and XVl1xte l Thespxan 2 Stunt Nate 2 CLIFFORD OTIS TAYLOR Ku ku Stunt Nxte 3 Band 2 3 4 Pep Club I Xxctory Corps 3 4 Student Coun ell l Green and Whnte 4 jr Rotarxan 4 Class Play 4 Demolay 2 3 4 Or claestra 4 Asst Act Pd Annual HOWARD TAYLOR JR Bum Stunt Nxte 2 3 Class Play 3 Pep Club Cheerleader 4 Vlctory Corps 3 4 Demolayf 3 4 Best Dressed Boy 4 Letterman s Club 4 LLNA ANN TUCKLR Turk S unt Nxte l 2 Class Play 3 tory Corp 3 Capt 4 Pep Club l 2 Cheerleader 3 4 Green and Whnte 2 4 Fd 4 Glee Club Most Versatxle 4 Ady Mgr Annual PI GGY VAN N155 Pfam Mexntt Hxblm School 1 2 3 Mexxco Mxsslssxppn jwfaw CZ mf X ern Ras Dees Z Gxlbert Gxllette I. A O Nl 3 C San ran New York Cxty IN Y CISCO Callf Footb1ll 2 football 2 3 3 Letterman 3 McNlol1x Robert Shaxlor Hoyle Donald Booth Move 9 t Dutona Belth C U S S Gma A r Play New York Clty N Y DeMolay 3 4 Bandl 2 Morrls Coleman Reld S ZHC 1 Norfgjlkld t c New Oreans L1 to 1 C ootball l 3 Cass 2312135 23 3BZXmg 3 De President 1 DeMolay 2 3 F A Sell lrfsclmwert ..Z Rollnn W Tedder Glen Allen Snow A R M 3 C Sea S7 L Balnbfldge w1Sl1 FO0Ib3ll 2 3 Let Football 1 terman7 3 DeMolay2 3 Ji' FRANK BRADLEY JR LUTHFR HOLMES Born Marth J1 1927 in Dled Feb 22 1940 orn 1 9 1 Due Ftb 20 1940 There S an open gate At the end of the road Through vxhnch each must go alone And there ns a light we cannot Our Iither elaxms H15 own Buond the LIIC our low ed ones Fund happiness 1nd rest And thert IS comfort In the thought Thu 1 loxmg God knows best SCC rf X 1 ' , S 'i ,Y B , .df M Z ,..- ff. "" .nf Very near and dear to our hearts are xts wxde spaces and trees wxth thelr mcmormcs of fun and frnendshnp For sears to come nt wlll be all yours Enyoy xt knowmg that these years mll not come agam but remembermg also that the best 15 just ahead I f I X ' V X ks ,. r-" H ,Z va ,,. , ,.- 5 2 FF , T : ' l L- in , .. 5 .. gg 1. I ',, - :L , - .411-'s ' . ' A , I . -l u, K: J, - - - , fn-.1v,kf V - 4-5 -' .I .A H ' . N t F d",,,',f'J,-j.:'. e - ' ' 1 ,- ."-- 'Q gn -, , '.: --0,2 ,v h ' - fl' even- --'w,..- Q"-:-. 'T' e - :- 1.w . -vw 4. sf::j,.: 1 , 'v -L ' fl.--. , 1' .-' ' v T I . f .- MMM? Hmm Sxnce ex ery other semor class of ye Old St Lucie Hlghe Skule that we have read heard or talked about has called thenr history A History we shall be dxfferent and call ours Backward Glances September 15 1940 was the memorable date Why7 Because on that day the Semor Class of 44 enrolled as Freshmen and we started on our unsteady career as members of Sr H1 Skule We chose Mrs A B Connor to gunde our enthusrasm nnto constructxve channels and started out For offxcers we elected Frxtz Scharfschwerdt Presxdent Bermce Melton Vnce Presndent Mable Draw dy Treasurer and Petxe Smith Secretary Student Councrl Alan Helseth and Clnfford Taylor We began our dutnes as students but decxded not to le work make Jack a dull boy by throwmg partnes now and then The scenes of these blowouts were many and varned and mcluded the spnllway 10 mile the beach Ma Rend s back yard and Taylor s Daxry We graced Stunt Nlte wxth a httle patrnotlc number fwe forget the namej and recenved second place for our effort to the great surprnse of everyone but the judges The JUDIOI' Semor Banquet was held and was well attended by the lowly Frosh Qthat was usj No one got hurt ln the battle so we went merrrly on our way The fmal exams came upon us and about half of us emerged full fledged sophomores Summer goes by On September 17th we reassembled at Ye Olde H1 Skule to regnster Many famxlnar faces were seen and some not so famahar fsun burn ye knowj We elected Mrs Burd as our gundmg lrght Pat Hardwnck President Frrtz Scharfschwerdt Treasurer and Mable Drawdy Secretary Student Coun crl Helseth and Smxth QPet1ej All prehmmarnes settled we started out on our most successful year Due to our stupendous dances and grgantxc candy sales we were to go down m school hxstory as the rxchest of all sophomore classes On December 13th we rocked Stunt Nxte wrth laughter at our Columbus Dnscovers Amernca and we won second place Due to our success as money makers we were able to honor the Semors wxth one of the best of Sophomore Semor pncmcs Aprnl 10 was the date It could not have been better The day dawned clear warm and sunny wxth a brxght blue sky and a balmy southerly breeze The pxcmc was at the beach Qof coursej and everyone ate swam and sunburned to thenr hearts content All rn all nt was a day we wnll long remember QEspec1ally those who went wlth Glen Snow on that wnld rude to White Cnty 10 mxle and back J Days came and almost before we knew xt we emerged as jumors wlth nothmg to do but loaf' On September 16th we came back to a Fort Pxerce H1 that was greatlv changed The war had taken nts due toll and many famnlnar faces were mxssmg However we buckled down to make the best of thmgs and elected officers Sponsor Mrs Burd Presxdent Alan Helseth Vnce President Denny Hamble ton Secretary jackxe Meyer Treasurer Jack Odom Student Councnl Helseth and Calhoon One of the war casualtnes was the 42 edmon of the Golden Eagles QEveryone remembers the 42 Eagles nuff sed'j We sponsored sev eral successful dances and on Dec ll presented Stunt Nate Not only was xt considered one of the best Stunt Nxtes we also had the best Stunt After an nouncxng that our stunt QI-Ier fnrst datej had been gwen fnrst place we gave fnrst prnze to the runner up and second prlze to thnrd place l 0 ' ' li 1 !, Y 3 Y I ' Q! ,Y , . ,! 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T1me dragged on On Feb 14 we presented the annual r play It was entxtled Heart Trouble and was well recened mdeed After all the fmancxal matters had been settled we found our treasury well fixed Wxth txme on our hands and money nn our treasury we xmmedxately got a pocket full of dreams They had to do mamly wlth the tradxtlonal r Sr banquet Fmdmg that due to the wartxme restrlctxons we could not posslbly g1ve a regular banquet we be gan plans for a formal dance and buffet supper at the Legnon Hall Aprxl 9 was the date of the event and due to hard work and sacrnflce we belleve that our Erzatz banquet was just as good as any prevlous one Nothmg of great mom ent occured after Aprnl 9 untxl june 4 when we emerged as full fledged Sennors Lords of F P H S' The summer passed 1n much the same manner as other summers and on Sept 7 we reassembled to start the last lap Our class had dwmdled to a mere handful But our last year got off to a good start by the consnstent vlctorxes of the 44 Golden Eagles Offlcers were Presxdent Mlcky Mustame Vnce Presx dent Jack Odom Secretary jackle Meyer Treasurer Lou DeWxtt Sponsor Mrs Poppell Coach Mrs Scharfschwardt Student Councxl Jack Odom Alan Helseth and Betty Calhoon Our fxrst job was to select the staff that was to edlt thus annual you are readmg That they dnd a wonderful job ns self evndent Our next was to wm thxrd place at Stunt Nate wnth And the Thunder Crashed Makmg us among the flrst three wxnners at Stunt Nxte all four years The actnvx tres of our Semor year can only be recorded as up to Jan 10 as there ns an early deadlme to be made The remalnder of the year wxll be fxlled wnth our usual actrvxtres fulflllmg our class motto- We Stop At Nothmg Trust that all goes well sometlme rn May we shall walk down the alsle up the aisle out of the door and mto the school of lnfe takmg wrth us never to be forgotten memones of our days at Fort Pxerce Hngh School . 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W e the Senior Class of 1944 of St Lucie County High School Fort Pierce Florida being of sound mmd and memory fully knowing what we are about to say and being aware that the end is near do hereby make and publish our last will and testimony reyokmg any other wills or promises made by us at any time heretofore To Mrs Brovs ard Poppell and Mrs Adelaide Scharfschwerdt we Ieaye our sincere appreciation and thanks for their guidance and help which made our class a success To Mr Barr and the faculty we leave our hope for their continued pat ence and easier work with the students now in their care To the Junior Class we leave our superior knowledge and dignity To the Sophomores we bequeath our ability to lead and excel all other classes in any of their undertakings To the Freshmen we will our initiative citizenship and high ideals Individually we stand and bequeath to the umor Class the following I Etta Mae Beebe to Geraldine Bryan my ability to kick a Ford and to be gone with the wind We Beatrice Black and Rena Poster to Kathryn Hipp and Frances Church We Evelyn Blanton and Leona Chalonder to Louise Blanton and ewel Mathis that blank space in our heads and may they always keep it empty We Betty Sue Buky and Mary Lanczkx to Martha Key Culpepper and Ella Mae Sapp our ability to remain true to one and only one of the opposite sex I Mary Byles to Joyce Rogers my ability to date the alumni We Betty Calhoun and Lou DeW1t to Betty Jean Nanney and Carolyn Thomas our ability to remain close friends from kindergarten to the twelfth grade I Audrey Campbell to Betty Sullivan my loyalty to White City and its traditions mav she carry on I Phyllis Campbell to Arlia Frink my honorary membership in the noted and exclusiye sisterhood of Teacher s Daughters To you and our sisters my heartfelt sympathy. I Lotta Eunice Cathey to john Bryan my undisputed ability to work trig problems and get my answers to tally with those in the back of the book. I Mary Childs to Betty Smith my ability to make 90 on a Shorthand test. Also my personal shorthand book in the deal. I Martha Faye Corbitt to Billy Pagan my White City ways and my job as Mayor of White City. May he take up where I left off and do as good a job as I have done. I Allan DeLoach to Ravmon Kersey and immy Kean my way with blondes. We Mable Drawdy Gladys Parks and Lois Leitch to Gwen Hutchinson Mildred johnson and Martha im Stowe our ability to get along well together. I Lewis Durham to Myron Wilson. my ability to make a shoe-string tackle. I Jacqueline Fosdick to Bill Mullins my ability to attend fixe Q55 differ- ent high schools in four My years and to finally end up in Ft. Pierce High. I, Ruth Greene, to Helen Philips, my report card ready' to be framed. I, Kinchen Harris, to Richard Gruenwald, my success in the cultivation of a man-sized beard. I, Eloise Hayes, to Betty Topley' and Edwina Parker, half of my perfect profile. , . . Y . . 1 V ' 3 , Y , .I ' V 1 , V v ' I . I . l , I - i 5 , , . , . . . . . , . . . . . I , I 2 1 ' 5 , ll . . 1, Y - Y . Y any tube of our bright red Iipsticks that their little hearts may desire. 1 , . J , . Y 3 . y n U Y , ' , Y , V . . . . 3 1 7 V . I . 1 Y I 1 3 Y Y ' Y ' K! ' Y 1, ' ' a 9 Y 3 9 3 Y . Y 7 3 If I? 1 5 , I J I 1 ' I 7 V I 9 Y 1 Y 1 7 L ,I 1 y .. ,, 1 Y 1 V 9 V Y I . I Alan E Helseth Esq t C Tndwell and Jackxe Cavmess my unusual ab1l1ry to always get to school on tlme I Eleanor Hxllnard to Ermlce Taylor my dlamond engagement rmgs QI hope they don t tarn1sh'j I Rav Holmes to Bnlly O Dell and Stephen Horton my great love of the sea and all that goes wlth lt I Harold Holtsberg to Howard Brenner my abxlxty to get those bell lnk tones out of my broken down horn I Frank Ingram to Vernon Sapp and Irwm Hazelllef my great athletnc abnlnty and my popularlty on football tours I Harry ennmgs to James Pace and Gene Rhmesmlth my prnvnlege ot not gomg to class unless I feel lake nt I Stanley Jorgensen to George Korpn my seat over the wheels on the rlver road school bus I Jeep Lxsh to Bully Dannahower my hlghly unsuccessful method of handlmg exploslves May he have better luck than I I Geraldme Maddox to Betty une McCall my world hxstory notebook wxth all the answers filled ln I jacquelme Meyer to Ruth McCarroll my tangee hpstnck and may she use lt to the best of her abxhty I Evelyn Mullms to Jackxe Taylor my ablhty to get all my Plane Geometry homework and to make A s on all tests I Marjorxe Munnell to Bobby ones my ablhty to catch a football so he can be on the A strmg I Ann Mustame to Betty Jean Rnchards my del1c1ous glggle and mv abxlxty to keep my harr m place I Jack Norvell to Bob Padrlck my Superman bulld Mav he some day be one half the man I am P1erce Hugh School fAmenj I Jack Odom to Marcus Baggett and Jim Beymer my techmque when nt comes to dnggmg Model A s and makmg the asphalt holler wxth my blue blaze I VIVICDHC Park to Juamta Albrxtton my abxlxty to go steady for so long Eula Drawdy to Dolly Hewntt my abxlxty to keep on my feet whnle skat mg and also my perfected art of figure skatmg I Dorothy Smlth to Frances Leeper all my damty graces and a palr of my non ratloned play shoes fsxze l0Vgj I Leah Pearl Smxth to all of my fellow DCT classmates my abllxty to get up and get to school an hour before anyone else does We Sally Stevens and Dorothy Jean Stone to Clons Rhea and Norma can F1Sk our cheer leader s umforms wxth our boommg voxces to match May they use them to keep up the pep of the student body as we have done and may they have the good tnmes that we have had I Clnfford Taylor to May Terrv my job as head walter at the slop shop May she keep dlsh breakage down to a mxmmum I Howard Taylor to Rollm Ankeny and Jnmmy Fleld my job as cheer leader and my beautnful Blue Doll wave together w1th my abnlxty to be sent to the offxce and not be gnven a l1ck I Ann Tucker to Ruth Gahn my beautzful strawberry blonde halr to go wnth her golden VOlCCl fUgg what a color schemej I Peggy Van Ness to Yvonne Goodwln and Edythe Masters my abxhty to say the rlght thmg at the wrong tlme I Betty Barber to Lounse Marquls my uncanny love for mtro glycerme and my unflmshed deslre to blow up the chemnstry lab Slgned CLASS OF 1944 Wntnessed bv MRS BROWARD POPPELL ANDY ODOM ISH HELSETH , . ., o . ' , , . . , . . . , . - , s , 1 9 , , . . - C , , . . , . y J . , . . , . . 9 a .y . ' ff 3, . ' ' ' I Y , , ' , I , ' 1 . 5 9 I . 1 , . ,U . , . . V l , O . Y J Y ' - x If ,P ' y . y . y . . . 1 . . . ' ll Y, ' y 1 1 ' , I, Jack Reed. to Gerald Neitz, Bob Enns and Billy Curry, do leave Fort 7 3 I Y . . KK ' ' ,P KK , I, ' A ' Q! 7, , . . I y . . , .. i In 1 1 ' 1 . Y Y ' I . 7 . Y Q l 1 , , I J . , . . . . 1 - I , 1 I 1 , x U l - 3 , . . . , . ' If Y, ' ' I Y Y 5 . ' ' 3 3 J , . . , Y ' . 7 D - I ll I ,Q If Y, XXL do not feel thu our Xnnual would be tomplete vuthout gnwlng t e nth ztht f t t last mont of our Stnnor xezr Kxd Dm Senlor P xx an llst but not least the umor Stnxor Bmnquet KID DAY Tht Llng, LUI12I'Ci2,1ILd at sthool If the regular tune but such Sennors dolls ttddx htlrs in lrms Tutk mn 1 pmlfore lxleln nn ruffled shorts Stinlev ll'l specs exert one IH fur all dolled up tor a bng tume Such dnverslons as stop puny, tmffxc rmgmg the hre ilwrm smgmg ln the hllls were enjoy ed untxl fmally Aunt Kltts sent us on our w1y to Casa Caprona There me wll hxd 1 swnn 1nd bug feed endmg., the day as guests of Mr KllI7lLQ5lI'd 1t the Sunrxse Thtlter The diy w1s ptrfeet leumg us 1 5,lor1ous ntmorx SENIOR PLAY After sux weeks of hard work under the capable leadershlp of our coach Nlrs Adelande Seharfschwerdt the Semors presented the new Broadway Play umor Mlss on March 24th Th1s three act play was so well recexved by the publxe that a second sueeessful showmg was gn en on March 28th IUNIOR SENIOR BANQUET AND PROM The Semors wlsh to express thexr appreclatnon to the Jumors for the lox ely binquet gnen them on M15 Sth The deeoratlons theme and menu were all so approprxate and showed thexr deslre to gne us an exemng that all would long remember The Prom was all a Semor dreams of good musne good danemg and good fellowshxp , , L A, I , ,. , ,- h l'l'soh1. h -e'.- f- 1,-d 1 J :yt y' yank N xv K . 1 . i Q t I l I Q 'I t .-' I I , , I I I ,,,. ,. . Y , '72 . t 'L . 1' 1 ' ""t' I7 f - 1 J ., . . - ' I ' I I Y Y ' Y iii-1:1 Xkj I, Jan X N 1 Zfll XE I 1 4 b X m , , ' Y: ' 1 4 3 N ' 4. FN 5 f ' 1 I , le df? N !' iw me J 3 L I -J J ' x Z x 1 X xq 4? X fl 'fs Q Jwwfz CQHLMJ Quai' gov' Mlss Arleen Hanson ake Tldwell Mrs C B Davns Sponsor Pre wdcnt Coac la 'W' i '54 Mae Terry Betty Jean Nanney Bobby EnnS Secretary Vice Prvszdvnt Trfasurcr .. 2' , " R ,, . I K ' I O ' ' f'f'22. 1 . f' M :ii .. wet" ' - x I , . X ,if- , 5 x N, , . . ' . . JUANITA ALBRITTONT ROLLHN ANKENY 'VIARCUS BAGGETT W JIM BI YMER HOWARD BRLNNIER GBBALDINB BRYAN JOHN BRYAN CLIFFORD CAIL uw' FRANCES CHURCH MARTHA KEY CULPEPPER BILLH CURRY L Ei' BILLY DANNAHOWER CATHERINE DODD BOBBY ENNS Y at C! . Y E 1 I 1 W gf 1 ' A , 'dh , x C ' V ff , ,D .3 K ' JACK CAVINESS ' B V B E . B BYBB ,W Q. ' A - I 9 -F , . , V .Ju ' -' , A I 'Bl' 'Aff' A fn , V, , " 'G 9 E 'Q V A A A U, Q V Jufwfw JIMNIY FIELD NORIVIA JI Ah I ISK ARLIA PRIVK RU TH CAHNI YX ONNI GOODXX IN RICHARD GRULNXVALD IRVIN I-IAZLLLILF DOLLY I-IEW ITT KATI-IRE IN I-IIPP GLLAIINE HUTCHINSON QNX I N HUTCHINSON NIILDRTD JOHNSON BOBBY JONIS RAH Moxu KI B51 I STEVEN HORTON iff LYIWZJ' -1 I RANCLS LI I PI R i LOLISL MARQUIS IIJH ml NIASII RS JI xx FL MATI-IIS BLITY JUNL NILLALL NN' A3 RUTH 'VICCA RROL DOROTHX NILCORMICK ?"-D 3 BI TTY JLAN NANVLY BILLX 0 DI LL jm PACL lvx BOB PADRICK 1 BILLY PAGAN I DXX INIA PARKLR HLLEN PHILLIPS 'A Q., Qi' LIYWDUYYJL CLOIS RHLA GI NI RHINLSMITH BL TTY JEAN RICHARDS ELLA MAE SAPP X LRNON SAPP BETTY SMITH MARTHA JIM STOWE LRMICE TAYLOR JACKIE TAYLOR MAY TERRY CAROLYN THOMAS J C TIDWLLL BFTTY TOPLEY PLARL TRAYNOR JOYCE ROGERS WAN fm JJXHK JUN fx Q W-T AN I.-:xx N fb fflgfm f 4361- U 1 '?"fx 1 0Al4'..J XZ- ' CV Q if ,J ,JZ 2 'C rv f'-Y ' f C ' 1- L Q s 5 l, I X 'N o 0-5 c A Wfkg' MJ i ' v -1-'12, T Tlx - i wf"T?N , Q 7 Q ' 1 f 'Q f J UW M! Margaret Alice Adams James Otis Alford Jimmie Bass Glen L. Beagles Bert Bittan, Jr. Delmar Blanton Miriam Ruth Blanton Margaret Ann Bohannon Martha Nobles Brewer Billy Brownlie Helen Mae Browning Esther Brunen Clifford Cail Dolores Cain , f Edgar Carrera Jeanne. Chew Iris Childs Kathryn Church Olive K. Clark . Willie Mae Cooper Carrie Sue Cross Patricia Dale Davis John Dixon George Francis Duncan Ida Laurine Finger SOPHOMORES Ivory Gregory Bonita Hansen Doris Hawley Viola Hilliard Howard Horton, Marion Hughes Gilbert Humphrys Jeff Jacobs Lloyd Jeffers Grace Jones Maxwell King Frances Koblegard Lawrence Larson PauL,'Leslie , Dorothy McCormick Iris McCullough Robert McIntosh Elizabeth McPherson John Mengelbery Bruce Meyer Jack Mullens Betty O'Dell Ernest Pagan, Jr. Lloyd Perry Lucille Petty Jr. if Wanda Prescott Thomas E. Reed William James Reed Beverly Roberts Sylvia Rubin Wanda Salette William Scharfschwerdt O. K. Sheffield Billye Junita Skaggs Joseph St. Clair Smith Gwendolyn Sullivan Marjorie Sullivan Archie Summerlin June Taylor Tommy Taylor Ruby Pearl Traynor Peggy Turner Mary Vanderlught Horace Vick Murray Voth Peggy Jean Walker Mary Lou Willmore Ruby Willmore George Wilson Muriel Wilson QW? Ty, s.-H I LAN Qxiwlfzmm Q, N L W Q D A w x X Z ,n.Q.L+J'Yx.. K lx? J -J WH uf Q 4 R , + i H i'1 ' -W V J! A EL l - Al 7, Y ff I if 3' jffeig. ' -- W IA L K-If K I IX Nr! l X X ' , A f--- +- 1 gg 5 Robert Albritton Eschol Anderson Ronald Anderson Mary Backus Luther Barker Mary Black Elizabeth Borland Claude Browning Homer Bushan James Bushan Johnna Jane Burney Billy Center Carl Christopher Mariel Stuart Colean John Crawford Ruth Crusius Walter Curl Lewis Dampier Sonia Duke Elizabeth Dunn Geneva Dunn Lillian Eblin Bob Eldridge Geraldine Ellis Pete Enns Beatrice Flood Edwin Fosdick Jimmie Gordon Edward Bruce Grant Norman Julian Gray Gloria Green Geraldine Haggard Lavonne Hall Carl Hardee FRESHMEN Lynwood Harmon Louise Harris Bill Harrison Gene Harvey Gloria Hawkins Mary Hay Kenneth Holland Laura Hutchinson Joe Johnson Louise Jones Bunnie Keen Dick Kindell Helen Korpi Lennard Peterson Mary Letts Dorothy Lott Delores Lavier Patsy McDougald Lois Mack Allison Maddox Betty Lou Mathis Barbara Melton Blair Meyer Josie Milton Ray Mack H. B. Moore Mike Nance Lynn Nelson Fredrick Overstreet Gladys Owens Lillian, Oyler Betty 'Pace Betty Ann Perry Johnnie Petty af 1? Eleanor Pottorf Margaret Priest Jean Reynolds Billy Richards, Jr. Bill Runyon Mary Russos George Salleby Johnny Shortridge Lucy Ann Sisco E. R. Sloan Hazel Smith Tommy Sneed Ora Stokes Virginia Stowe Billy Strickland Mary Ann Summerlin Polly Ann Summerlin Eugene Syles, Jr. Frances Taylor Marie Taylor Edna L. Teague Robert Terry Alfred Test Don Tidwell Tommy Tillman Bill Troy, Jr. Johnnie Tucker Rita Turner Lillian Tyler Nina Vinson Allen Walker Junior Wall Lou Ella W'all Jack Joseph Wilcox 3' .,r.. . 1' ' -4. E .. I r-I F ii 4.-f -. www? FM 'ffm QA 1 , ff 64,1 X 0 .X Nw. R! ' 4 'M' M5 ""' "jj 353 'P' 1 ....... 'Q' Q, L... " f W5 -- Q x!"f,.7J6-SMX 'B-5 'fd V M.. A ww-w 2 X " f I aff L MMM ffm 4. 999 EIGHTH GRADE SEVENTH GRADE XXXX Nix fm. x. X, XXX 'O .ot O 'F XX Xx Q 5 X X K xxxx XX NX xx xx X QUWU wxx X xx 0 W AN f X 2 1' 1' . L ,-. P Q , 1 W kid !V 1 i . Q , I ff.. S- is-1 s If N....-,, 0 1, ' ' K- H If 3 wg If K X 7 4 X Q if . Q -5 jx A " V Y K X ., X Siikrslx xi X N E M f .f "' . , 0 I CTlJ.lL'I'1 ' - , Captain Bl-QN BRYAN ' J. cg TII7XY'lil.L Rlght Guard if JACK NORVl1LL Left Guard and Fullback MAX KING Fullback JIMMY RILID Right and Left Halfback LEWIS DURHAM Left End GLEN BEAGLES Lefr Tackle EDGAR CARRERA Manager CHARl.lIi SPA? EQMAN Rxght Guard REGGIIZ CHILDS Left Halfbauk Alt. Captain "Mule" SCHARIISCHXVERDT Asst. Coach DONALD WELLS 7 3 BILLY CENTER Right Tackle JOHN DIXON Center PETE PETERSON Left End and Halfback FRANK INGR AM Right End ALAN HELSETH Quarterback JIMMY JONES MYRON WILSON Asst. Manager Left Guard Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Pierce Pierce Pierce Pierce Pierce Plerce Pierce Pierce FOOTBALL SCHEDULE OF 1943 Okeechobee Melbourne Ft Lauderdale Stuart Txtusville Pahokee Lake Worth 26 Vero Beach My This year the Fort Pierce Fightm Eagles were coached by Ben Bryan one of the best coaches ever to set foot upon the campus of Fort Pierce High and Donald Wells former all star of Fort Pnerce and Wake Forest These two led the little lowly and light wenght group of boys who came out for practice at the start of the season through one of our most victorious seasons of football The Eagles were well on their way toward an unbeaten record when our old friends from Lake Worth plucked a few feathers and beat them 7 6 This upset them naturally but not enough to keep them from smearing Vero Beach 26 0 Winning eight games losing only to Lake Worth the season s scores stand out in our Football History Z 1 7? file ffl Q If Nm X93 - i.1iL- X, W fi .1 x Q - . fx ff" , f :X ' , 'S ' , - N Y ,J D . I- f I . I ni if X Wx X I W Y , m LV IX l4 GREEN AND WHITE The Green and White has been published every two weeks this year Ann Tucker was the editor assisted by Helen Phillips and a staff of nineteen The staff has strived this year to encourage patriotism and letter correspondence to our boys in service The faculty advisors this year were Mr Barr and Miss McReynolds who helped the staff immensely. The second year typist in Miss Nance s commercial class donated their time and energy in preparing the articles for print THE STAFF ANN TUCKER ' Editor-in-Chief HELEN PHILLIPS . Assistant Editor PHYLLIS CAMPBELL Managing Fditor GEORGE WILSON i Sports Editor ELEANOR HILLYARD Feature Editor JACKIE MEYER Assistant Feature Editor FRANCES 'KOBLEGARD Business Manager CAROLYN THOMAS Assistant Business Manager BETTY JEAN NANNEY ....... Exchange Editor SALLY HODGE ........ Iunior High Editor DICK GRUENWALD, SALLY STEVENS, RUTH GAI-IN, NORMA JEAN FISK, BETTY PACE, MARTHA BREWER, BETTY SUE BUKY, JOHNNA JANE BURNEY, BEVERLY ROBERTS - Reporters if BAND The Fort Pnerce Hugh School Band has a membershlp of sxxty enght It ns conducted by Major J B O Neal and H A Zuver ns drxllmaster Due to the war the band has not been able to attend out of towh concerts and contests but has done a wonderful job play ng here nn town for bond ral lies concerts for servncemen parades and football games Offlcers of the band are HAROLD HOLTSBURG Captain EARL LISH . . First Lieutenant BOB PADRICK . . . Second Lieutenant JOYCE ROGERS GILBERT HUMPHRYS JACK ODOM ROBERT MCINTOSH BETTY LOU DeWITT BETTY CALHOON FRED OVERSTREET . . Corporal: HOWARD BRENNER . . . . Sergeant Librarian CLIFFORD TAYLOR . . . Sergeant Publicity ANN MUSTAINE . . . . Sergeant Secretary BERT BITTAN . . Quartermaster Sergeant L DIVERSIFIED COOPERATIVE TRAINING The year 1943 1944 marked the begmnmg of DCT 1n Samt Lucle County Through the cooperat1on of school offxcnals and varlous trammg agencnes throughout the county twenty students have been traxnmg nn vocatlons chosen by them The trammg has been varned and mcludes bankmg bakmg boat bulldmg bookkeepmg clerkmg both wholesale and retaxl general OfflCC work motor and alrplane mechanxcs nursmg ready to wear and drug retanlmg and telephone operatmg DCT Related Study classes and Club meetmgs are held ln the buxldmg once occupxed by the Shop Improvements have been made both mslde and out wh1ch have greatly added to the appearance of the rooms Offlcers for the fnrst semester were President Glen Snow Vxce Presldent Gelame Hutchmson Secretary Mable Drawdy Treasurer Leah Pearl Smlth Sergeant at Arms Clnfford Call For the second semester Presldent Leah Pearl Smnth Vlce Presldent Clnfford Call Secretary Mable Drawdy Treasur er Laura Brewer Sergeant at Arms Alan Helseth J iv-P STUDENT COUNCII. The Student Counc1l IS made up of students elected from each class The senlors have three members and m the grades n1ne to eleven two members are elected The seventh and enghth have one member each The presxdent IS elected by the student body and presxdes at all chapel programs This has been one of the Councll s most successful years and xt has been very actxve durmg the entrre school year Dates for dances and other entertam ment have been granted by the Councll and they have sponsored Chapel pro grams as well as takmg care of other detalls about school 'Ihe Offlcers of the Student Councll are JACK ODOM President ALAN HELSETH Vice President BETTY CALI-IOON Secretary MARCUS BAGGET Treasurer BILL SCHARFSCHWERDT Parllamentarzan MEMBERS JACK ODOM BETTY CALHOON ALAN HELSETH Seniors HELEN PHILLIPS MARCUS BAGGETT . . Iumors MARY VAN DER LUGT BILL SCHARFSCHWERDT . . Sopbomores JOHNNY TUCKER MARY FRANCES BACKUS . . Freshmen BILL YONGE ..... . . . Ezgblb Grade WADE FISK . . Seventh Grade t 4 x C i 1 Q , Q - I -. L 1' - s K be A ff , . N . ' ag 1 i f' i . 1 I X T L E'-1 I ' 'X " fl -to :,g . I 1 , 4 1. 1 V v . fd A . 'Ax Xl iii ' ,- f 4 A X' 1 8 1 x f' ' , I o ' V - X I I 11, I I .5357 9 1 . . , . , . . . . . . . . I 0 Q 0 I . . , , - . . , . . . 9 x s 'Z pb Rollm Ankeny Marcus Baggett Bert Bnttan Hows ard Brenner ohn Bryan Homer Buchan Billy Curry Robert Enns James Flelds lmmy Gordon Dick Gruenwald Harold Holtsburg Raymond Holmes Buddy Horton Alan Helseth M C Gxlbert Humphrys Charles Jeff Jacobs Harry Jennings Maxwell Kung Earl Lush P M C Kemp Maser H B Moore DeMOLAY Jack Norvell Jack Odom S C Wxlbur R Padnck Bully Pagan Jack Reed Ball Scharfschwerdt O K Sheffxeld Chfford Taylor P Howard Taylor Jr Thomas Taylor C Txdwell Murray Voth Wnlham Boyd Thomas Emerson Curtnss Ezell Denson Hambleton Charles Sparkman Jnmmy Halbe Charles Klrby Robert Cahow U S N Cecxl Church U S N Warren Coollge U S A Walter Dale U S N Bxll Grace U S N Grlbert Gnllette U Albert Kretschmer U S N M Bert Larson U S A Robert Lours U S A Travxs Mathers U Donald Moore U S Wnllnam Moore U S Alvm Padgett U S M C Morris Read U S N Arthur Rubin U S George Slewert U S James Sneed Marnne ack Sparkman U S N Donald Walker U S A Jack Almond U S N Merrill Wilson U S A Juhan Baggett U S A Rnchard Voth U S N John Bradden U S A Lamon Whxddon U S N OFFICERS ALAIN HELSPTH Master Counczlor HARRY JENNINGS-Scribe JACK ODOM-Senior Councilor EARL LISH-Treasurer MARCUS BAGGETT-junior Councilor CHAPTER DADS Orion NV. Louis Harold T. Casterton SEA SCOUTS ROBERT GLADWIN skipper H B MOORE and BOB ENNS Crew Leaders PETE PETERSON Mate STEPHEN HORTON O fzcer of the Day Joe Smith Stephen Horton Gene Harvey Johnny Tucker Willis Brown Arthur Ergle Mike Nance Bobby Griffin Pete Peterson Billy Center Nicky Yanaros Don Tidwell Robert Mclntosh Robert Gladwin Bob Enns Tommy Taylor Otis Alford H. B. Moore Jim Reid Glen Beagles Alan Walker Ernest Pagan O. K. Sheffield George Saleeby Bruce Meyer Dick Kendall George Duncan Junior Wall Billy Strickland Gilbert Humphr Y Buddy Horton Murray Voth Jeff Jacobs S Vernon Rinesmith Gene Rinesmith Johnny Shotridge Alan Davis 'I-A' "TI H QM PEP CLUB The Pep Club thus xear was om of the largest 1nd most cooperatne thus School has had ID 1 long tlme Thes really went out and backed up the football tc 1m The checrlmdcm were Dorothx em Stone Sally Stexens Ann Tucker Bcttx jcm 'Nmmy Hovs 1rd Tlbliif Cuolxn Thomls 1nd hloxse H1yes f LETTERMEN S CLUB 6 if L ml -r , , kr. . A' jx 1 95' T 1 ' ig- I 1 , V . .lf f", X F V . .- 'X lg A4 A b , .- Q-Y A .. 15 A .X d " be T ' 'ur- J --' ' . . .vf'K'7i' -4.22 2-. Y 1 .wi it..-'Lf 'L . T T '4 '. ' I I "JZ . , iv . , , ' 1' '. lvl "3 'Q 1 ' , . I' V, . . . I , I , 9 Q l - -'N x I 'U XX .1 lf . l'b"""X fx e X XQ lx ,fx A 15' "xx T ll , X j 4 ' ' f ak ' A, af , f ' l N u. 1 .. ,I ' M . : - 1 l T Q- M l Til l " 1 -V , . . 5 f ' ' A , 1 ' 6 Q .v 2 4 'AM J, . X .,..J. 1 1 QUILL AND SCROLL An honorary society of high school journalists. Members-Phyllis Camp- bell, Ann Tucker, Sally Stevens, Betty Jean Nanney, Jackie Meyer, Helen Phil- lips, Betty Sue Buky, Dick Gruenwald. Miss Gwendolyn Mclleynolds and Thomas R. Barr, Faculty Advisors. JUNIOR ROTARIANS Lewis Durham, Kinchen Harris, Alan Helseth, Harold Holtsberg, Frank Ingram, Harry Jennings, Earl Lish, Jack Odom, Clifford Taylor. ,Al b ....-s...... -51.- ul if 1... L..1' OFFICERS OF VICTORY CORPS Cul. C. Tidwell, Capt. Ann Tucker, Lieuts. John Dixon, Maxwell King, Bill Scharfschwerdt, Sergeant lewis Durham, Helen Phillips, Sally Stevens, jackie Meyer, Phyllis Campbell, Sgtsg Cupuin Jack Norvell, Ruth Gahn. GLEE CLUB A newly formed organization under the direction of Mrs. T. D. Evans The officers are: President. Betty Barber: Vice President, Ann Nlu,taineg Sec- retary, Phyllis Campbellg Librarian, Lotta Eunice Cathy. ti.. L...- - i L.. O... ......L. '-LT tw. 1. F X, ' ,AL L Eff? Q 'Emmy 3 6 mf W , WT. -si? :Q W R , my X x W 1' If N " 4"""' --I xi, - .Z ff fs X, ' C 5 z X 772 clffolfffzffxifmcawjfz ANN . . . sweet . . . popular . . . gracious .... likable . . . . . gay . . . . Witty .... MUSTAINE N7- xx .nd'9'.' Nr-xv ,..1-4 blond easx gomg frlendly phxlanderer merrw TIDW I LL Ydvfa'-340151 if J N . , , ' ,W , l fi EV E 'A ,A -.. A 'gp-'Al .,... ' J.c:.. . 1 . . .I . ,' 04 1,J,EJ'Yf' ,LJLKZ MARY . . tiny . . petite . graceful . . . lively . . . . . affectionate. . . BYLES AE T f K7 Cf? 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A, ' - U 3 U lrnsiw sl' , , ,.,,4Q,'4'444QQ4'40'4,,,,',".Q40'0,000,444-.,0,x0x,4'Q4v,.',,, , .Q COMPLIMEIXITS OF YOUR GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE We Home of VVILSONIS SPORTING GOODS, BICYCLES cmd ACCESSORIES Phone 690 3I3 I5 Oromge Avenue 0-oo-.Q-C' I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Compllmenfs of BEST WISHES SENIORS HAWKINS SUPPLY COMPANY HECK QI6 220 S Depot Dr MACHINE SHOP PHONE 244 FT Plerce FIorldo I I I I I I 1 I I 4 COMPLIMENTS OF SUNRISE cmd RITZ THEATRES Cmzens wherever we serve OJ 1 - 1 I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I . . 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Homestead Fla Cornelia Ga Best Wishes to the CLASS OF 44 BELL BAKERY INC l N l l l l S 5 5 1 S N 'I li l 'i 'I li li 'i 4 5 9 5 l l 5 S 5 K l S 5 . 9 S X S S S S S S lr li 'I 1 li li li lr 'i lr ln W li 1, U li l, s l ll li I ' li 'i li 'i 'r 9 iw :-O- :-, :::..--:A , - , -- -::::::::-,:::, -:::A-:,--:- ,0444-0040400444-.QQOQOQQQQ00044-44.0.00.044404-044,'4',,,,,, , , ,, Best Wishes Cana aye Plzczrmczcy Walgreen Agency CONGRATULATIONS ond BEST VVISHES FEE FUNERAL HOME South Duxne of Porkwoy Drnve un Pmewood ESTG lxsh d IU 87 A DIONIEIED SERVICE FOR EVERY POCKETEOOK AMBULANCE CHAPEL b ' e ' L8 ll ll 'A 97.91 9009400090 0 4 J 7000 7 --A---,--,----------------------A---- Compliments ol Drainage Machinery and Supply Co. PARTS and SERVTCE Telephone 437 P. CD. Bax 787 4lO Bosfan Avenue LINK BELT SPEEDERS JOHN DEERE DRAGLINES-CRANES-SHOVELS TRACTORS-IMPLEMENTS FO RT Compliments of PIERCE COOPERATIVE s : - - A - A - - - A - A 4-.0-00-I v - - - v v v - oovov v v ::::Q::-pQQ::::f: :v'a0v000-04-f.fo0:0oovN:-4-vvrfnf" o-:Na-0-.Q CONGRATULATIONS To The Sensor Class ar 1944 TAYLOR MUNNELL COMPLIMENTS OF AMOCO SERVICE STATION Dixie Highway af Orange Avenue Phone QI4 Fort Pierce For Service SERVING TI-IE EAST COAST SINCE I93I GOOD LUCK CLASS OF T944 INDIAN RIVER GUANO FERTILIZER COMPANY "voo,Q,vvQ,Q',,f+4f,'4A4-+.'f.','0Q"'4',',4-Qvkfc-ver' u 4 ,- Best Washes 'ro The SENIOR CLASS OF 44 PEET BROTHER 'ooocfQoo',,,40,veoo+a+400" ,'f,0,'4+00 Qovar I 8 S S 5 S ,f f,5,,.,,-,vkvxa '--- --v---v-voe::::,::,,:,E N N 5 K N 3 S 1 o I Congratulations to the GRADUATING CLASS of T944 and Best Wlshes to ALL OF THE STUDENTS of the FORT PIERCE SCHOOLS CITY 0F FORT PIERCE g--,,,-- -.-- vvvvv --------- ---- - ' ' """"" 4 4 4 T 'T 4 L..- Compliments ond Best Wishes SUNRISE MOTOR GDMPANY Fort Plerce, Florndcm SALES FORD SERVICE 4OUT FOR THE DURATION FORD HAS GONE TO WARD 4 4 D O 4 4 4 T 4 T T T 'T :T T 'T T 'T 'T 4 4 4 T 4 T 4 4 'T .. - 4 4 'T 4 'T 4 1 4 :T T T 'T 'T 'T 'T 'V 'T :: :::: ::: :::: ::::: ::::.r-c::::::.p-p::::::::::.-::.-::::::::.-rf-fY'f'f:: FLORIDAS LARGEST cmzus PRECOOLING AND COLD STORAGE TERMINAL f-'CJ YESTERDAY Snx fost refrugeroted steomers weekly to North Atlontuc Ports New York Phrlodelphlo ond Boltlmore from o single terrmnol o unique feoture of our service thus ron our Ads TODAY The fleet of merchontmen thot formerly served our Termunol ond the Citrus ond Vegetoble Shlppers of I3 countues ore todoy corrynng guns food cmd ommunntuon to oll ports of the world Help keep Them ofloot In their vutol work Buy more ond more Wor Bonds TOMORROW When the wor as won ond our ships ore ogozn engoged In peocetume trofflc we plon to secure newer foster ond better equipped vessels to better serve your needs ond to keep poce with the world of tomorrow INDIAN RIVER REFRIGERATION TERMINAL COMPANY FORT PIERCE GENERAL COLD STORAGE RAIL SHIPMENTS ,, . . . f I ' ll I 1 ::::+---A-A------- --,---------,-:::::r'fVf::"V "''vvvvv-vvv-4-vw-:::::p:y-.Q-csc:::vvvvvvv-vvv' ,Q4Q0Q44,444Q400444Q0Q'Q400,,,',0 ,4,.,o4-.,4N"'404A0-'Q00.",-4-Qo4-.,-,e,,,., ARCADE MEN'S SHOP 2f?OOFee1FToorSpoce DEVOTED ro MENS WEAR TYE and usrc T15-T19 N,Four1n ST. PHONE 210 Phone 220 FT. Pierce, Florido DENMARK'S COMPLETE HOME OUTFITTERS Our Compliments ond Best Wnshes TO THE CLASS OF T944 CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS SILVER PALACE PHARMACY THE REXALL STORE Corner Orange ond Second PHONE 51 1 S 2 5 S S 5 z z 5 E z S 5 S N N 5 5 S 4 4 LI 4a 'L 4+ 4a 'I fr 4+ r 4h h 'r 'r 1 S 'P 4a S 3 s 1 S s FT' s . 2 Q S .. S CD Q si S 2 Q 5 3 V cn E -x 5 . 5 4 4 S S S S S S S Q 8 S 9 S 2 - f?f?-rffff:f:- ??6fff1i-iafqffe-1'--Q:::::f4-e:: ,-:.::, :-..--::::- - -.- A -:,,A:,, -,, CONGRATULATIONS HUBBS JEWELRY CO. 4:::: BEST WISHES S. 8K S. Depor'rmen'r Store BEST wTsHEs STonIon's Coffee Shop I NEED YOUR HEAD IN MY BUSINESS McClinTic's Bo rber Shop 2 Doors Eosf of Post Office 422 Oronge Ave. FT. Pierce, Flo BEST vvlsHEs Sunrise Lumber BEST WISI-IES SENIORS OF 44 Wemerf MOfhlS COMPLIMENTS OF Reoves Fu rn :Tu re The Closs of 44 WE LOVE YOU YES WE DO WOO WOO Mackey 8x Lou Compllmenfs of Horrls 81 Hoynes Insuronce Co Booster Burldmg Paerce Flo Phone 4 BEST WISI-IES Reid Point Co PAINT ond oLAss I . CO. , , To ' O CO. O . u I 9 . , . 6 O 0000C70960? 9600099009000-0-JNJJOTGJCQOJJJfiifiififfffA:ff:::: coMPLiMENts or ToyIor's Sodo Shop coMPLiMENts or I. M. WATERS Home of HART, SCI-IAFFNER, MARX BEST WISI-IES Coy's Borber Shop IO6 N. 2nd Street CAREFUL, COURTEOUS SERVICE Coy Coggins Prop 3 BEST WISI-IES FRINK COMPANY Ave. "A" Ft. Pierce, Flo Next to Bus Stotion Furniture Venetion Blinds Music BEST vvisiiifs :tts Fu rn :tu re Co oooo Lucx sENioi2sI Polczce Barber Sho COMPLIMENTS or ELI WITT CONGRATULATIONS TO SENIOR CLASS EIIinors Drug Store COMPLIMENTS OF Western Auto ssociote Store Co Inns Jr Gordon Bortlett coMPuMENrs or Morme Beouty Solon ' 1 A ' . E C. I' , . 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PIERCE SHOE STORE CONGRATULATIONS TO CLASS OF 44 SMITH S FLORAL SHOP CONGRATULATIONS TO CLASS OF 44 MONTGOMERY WARD ORDER OFFICE CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS TOMMY GORE BEST WISHES TO CLASS OF 44 MARY S RESTAURANT QI2 QI4 Orange Avenue ' 1 I I I ::::::::::f'-r-+':f:rvvwrvvvvovo0vvo'vvv,.,-,-,-,.,-f-'-'rvv-vv-+r COMPLIMENTS OF PAGAN'S MARKET "Where you olwoys get The Best for Less" PAOAN 81 MAYS, Owners CONGRATULATIONS BEST WISI-IES SENIORS TO TI-IE SENIOR CLASS TRUEMAN GROWERS FERTILIZER COMPANY FERTILIZER COMPANY Congratulations, Sensors AVON S RESTAURANT I O O I :::: f: :: :::::::::Q::::v-::rf::::fc:f::::::: A:: -:::::v-f:fv-'rv::::- CONGRATUIATIQNS TO CLASS OF 44 YATES FUNERAL HOMES GREETINGS FROM Comphmems of ANNES COFFEE SHOP UNION BUS STATION sooo FOOD PROPERLY PREPARED Compliments of NACO FERTILIZER COMPANY ,,--,--,-,,,---,,,-,,-,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,-,,,,,,,,,v-.fvvv-fv+"""' I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ii-CQ ,,:,::::::::::,,--,-,-,--,,..,------,::::::,:--,-,:,:,,,:---A I I I ' I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I CornpIirnents of HUMPHRIES TIRE ond RETREADING CO. 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