Fort Scott High School - Yearbook (Fort Scott, KS)

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' '- e -u ' -waving.. --M -v- v- -m-.W Y P A J layup-Q 'gvgiiqggq asv -'migzurur r-'SL-s.-rv.-1-fu. -. ng' ..e,g."!'H'fr'Hw- 1- - ,-aw-W v"" ,Y Y, V iw. V 1 K If r . --' -211. -f-.9--w..i,.gfQ5.1w -. A f.,-l,.,,,1..- , l-.- Q- . .l.,... ' , -. -.. y--J.-x. ,I un . ' Y- V 1' ,L '1 'EG - " 5 dw -- I -. 2 121 - L: , 1 A,1 -" '- All- -f V -4' f 'E . N ,f - V .- Q0 . ,-,,fff,3a3,A. ,1 N 1. 'A-r -iv 1- -4, r-.. 1. -Q Mf- V , H Y v W -T egg: ,.,,Y -,LJ-1 WAV,,.g7g5?-ffxivgglfllf-g.igg35g g3?:,.:,,.2,:.,.,u-Q:-4 .vQg,g,'4:,Q:1-if , - - 4.49 Zgirgrihd m.ff,,:,7,l3Q3l,n.. ui., ,W ..- .. .J"v.......,-..1.- ,,,. 7 '- ..,..... 1 g 41,-.-c.....Lgn 'f.-gg.,-'v,L 4- ...4s.mx:,1:y Y"?"' """2Y7z' 'uggmrt' "" SENIUHS 1 iw N w ill , l W on AMDTT M ne who has won us honors galore, l is speaking ability we surely Em. -M1 dore . QE K AMOTT W lad who is very much set in his 1 ay yWnna'ne'11 do it--no matter what Mbther folk say. ,H OLD ANTHONY if e's a gentle, meek young lad QW o meet the youth would make you Nglad. lil, M WW LEIS ARMOUR ygne who is quiet, yet with all so U W W, W ,mnice, My ViThat we value her friendship at a J , ywvery high price. 1 A ru A, V, -U .wr . U.. ?9JEWELL BAGBY uwAltho she doesn't speak of it, QWShe's a perfect lady, you must M T34 ,: libel 'WMARY LOU BAKER NW QEAt school, picnics and picture shows UMAlways seen powdering her nose. WBETTY BATLEY QETho I seem peculiar at times l 1MI'll some day hear my own wedding WM c. Hwbell Chimes. 'Wi Ls Mm WW, NQLEON BATLEY. ywEveryone of his friends it seems ,MRate him very high in their esteem. WW NWLEOTABATLEY wmSome can sing and some can play ywBut they can't beat her in'a lot of mwways. NW UWBILL Bays ywratner Qaiis me William, Bobbie ,tcaiis me wlii, !NMother calls me Sonny, but jmCharlie calls me Bill. iN IHJRICHARD BEARD fwln pulling boners he is quite the wnbest fMAnd offers to give them Without yurequest. ' Ni' WQKATHRYN BELLINGER jlWe love our Katie, musician of V fame, y,We are sorry she's gone, and glad that she came. W Pug 16 e , ..f.:f .. .....--.is::.-,,,..,.......-14114, ,Lg q... 11.5 V - . :gg...g:.:g-4,-l,..5,.,,,:,:?1.,.,- I K, --.2.,,-,,.j,?r .-,s .-...,.,,. V bd jf.. , . '-in j 2-.1-.F - f .-.--,,,..,,,, '- - -- -- ,,,,,i,,,, ,R-,m,gC,,L.,. . ,- GENE SWAFFORD , PRESIDENT I'm a dandy good fellow,you will have to admit, For in many places I manage to fit. FRANK CREEGAN, V.PRESIDENT Editor, manager,and also an actor In our High School life he has been quite a factor. MARGARET BUZZARD, SECRETARY A Winsome young maid whose pleasant ways, Will cause so many some very happy days. BOB HOY, TREASURER To all folk-great and small, Friend to one-friend to all Pag 15 W- fe I Q A inseam! -ffiei-lf?Lif111?'Pi5vTfCZRF1T, Lmfvrgsfv-ffifmrvff ff-ff f 'i'i431T5"e'3AfSW1Q3 , +Qa.m:f,gvqwfm I , ...C.....wn -1-za..-'v' - -.Annu-:vBT""1""19""F"i'w " "' WMF ' 5 : "' ' " v SENIUHS 'N 3. s 5 I l i I 1 5 w N I 1 rw V, qw w i AMES CHAMBERS ill try to be funny all day long, N P nd just go round singing a song. H'BETTY ELLEN CLAYBORN VWHer very frowns are fairer far, Wdhan smiles of other maidens are. H ,QQLESSNER CIAYPOOL '13 1 Ng th those snappy eyes and lovely 4 Woecomingly fair. Flair, lYou'll have to admit she's Nw - w Mwrarn COBLE lwwe are always quite sure our foe lwto be slaying, Vmif at guard, by chance, Fred Coble Kmshould be playing. K H1 gg COCHRAN HBA football player and a really .V Wgrand guy W Wu Vlwhose S. E. K. rating was very i Muhigh. ?NDOROTHY COLDSMITH shi Miwherever she is, she holds her head l 'E NJ lhigh, lMAnd no one has ever Known her to wisiah. wh 5.-are coMsTocK W Y yyt times I will play ywput not every day. A ii yu. J 'Q ,fr ,N iwyERA coMsTocK in QMShe seldoms happens to have some- Qwthing to say, Mner all day. iWAnd when she does,it won't take ' Y M vu ,N J HMUOSEPH CONNOLLY M H-:!'. Y iWBetter than the best, 1115 ii v WWSmarter than the rest. W N N A ,,i, , H ,z , ,, , , I' if! 'Maxi H My NW WWRAYMOND cooK , WS N ome would sing and some would Wiiplay, yWBut I'd rather talk any old day. v, ,Amy ,mv , W1 WWBOB cox if W MWA really swell guy as everyone hjknows, iMyAlways making friends wherever he iWlS0eS- EMDOROTBIY FAYE CRANE N guVA girl with eyes of twinkling blue QWQA friend to all and always true. I H , w I I1 lx N Pg 18 , r11,,, ,r.,,11 - ,i,,, 4 a e r, .V . ....1..,:1:,. ..f.:1 ...,....4:-,ga-x,, , -g. Q2 s...::i.a- L --. gg...Lzaafa-maze--:.4L:as1m'.am,xm-,+.:Szgg1gj,gg-,:,,..44as:.aaf -y5 ,,.,-.Q lf'-- V ' :TQ -- -.-. ' ,Q,. : a?gz?9FH5f11-gg-wpQWUSLL-4Jemxf1ivsTyg,Iu5r,ef41f+mA,,,we I , ,,.,,,Af I' g 4' Wt' A1 'Ji--I, 1L'. ' ' ,, X ,.'OfL:,l -YL SENIUHS ETEEL BERRY W Tee hee, te hi, te ha, te ho, V Her bubbling spirits are never low. Q H MARY BILLMAN V Her name, as you see, is very plain M Marys F But of ten times you'll find that V she's very contrary. V HELEN BLINCOE I I'm contented with NMargeW for my M C hl.1.U1 And when we're around watch every- L thing hum. N 9 CHARLES BRIGGS N He's.a corking good fellow, as you H will ever find I In debating he never comes in far 5 behind. A MARTHA BRINGLE Rosy cheeks and soft, pretty hair, V We miss her when she isn't there. M M FLOYD BROWN Q With a good happy smile on his face He easily Kept up with the pace. y Q 1 GERALDINE BROWN Q So gentle and kind to all whom she Q knows, She surely will never have a great K many foes. V V I LEWIS BROWN W He may be red or he may be Brown, I But he's one of the swellest guys in town. N VIRGINIA BROWN 5 I cannot study every day, 3 Once in a while I have to play. I M V MARY ELLEN CAM BELL M Her hair is red, her thoughts are M rare, I In her friendships anyone can share.k M LEONARD GARNES 1 My movements are slow, Wherever I go. JUANITA CARTER Perfection smiled HI could give you more,n But maid ne'er equaled her before. Page 17 , i -,-DJJ. I .1 - ' A ,A .-ff.-I. E -E7qfYT!srm+ fTfwFgf'fr-:ffm--A-W 4 m wg WM Ma WM N wi W NVE W1 SENIUHS FWILLIAM FORAKER gHis bright eyes and very light Hhair, QGertainly makes him seem very Ifair. E UJACK GEORGE l3I'm right down gay for a boy like mme QI Bust must tell you or you'11 gnever see. CONNOR GILFILLAN pRank and honor on either hand, bln time will place at his command. lHMARJORIE GOLTRA 3MGrG8t feelings hath she her own, Qwhioh lesser souls have never known EEJOH GORDON 'fJohnnie is a uiet lad ll Q FUAlways cheerful never sad. 4,2 ' W W llhRAYMOND HAAS qylHe is nice looking it's true, but Wgtnat is not all, HUFor in getting the A's he was lwlnever known to fall. 11 - 1 , A , H . HOWARD HALE Wuwit tripped about in him and Ejoried, Uwlvoh, what a laddy's hand I w guide.' rw wh MEJAGK HALE WlMy attentions to English are Hu 7 w seldom lent Vw lwEFor to some day be fire-chief my intentions are bent. MQMARGIE HALL wiAway up yonder in the land of good lw2grades m She is the prima dona of the stage. MM U: N51 . YWQEVERETT HARBER MqDeliberate and aloof he stays, Mdwith wisdom in all his ways. I NIHAROLD HARDWIGK lfiln second hour I hand out the Hibooks, WflAnd some of the girls give me the, Wllooks. lflnoaorny HARRINGTON I She's a blonde, it is true Y Q Like whom there are few. Pg zo 9 C .g, ..,.,-1 ..1...:1:., . .-:.T.,.f ,ara - -fu... ..,,....1:,g,, ,,.,.:,, .... .-:J-'g, l...,:g,,-g R. . , mg-,-M.y1.y Mr o ", ,-.-,---Nl,..,,, A .-,fs , I--Aw- 4,.5w:fgk5,r.f,.-L- .J u,.,-.f...,g,upluL,,uL,,,,-f,Lg ,W ... . , ,-, ,,,-,,,,,f-dl, .. , , , Y. I 1 Til. 'GG' l',' YQ' -"viz, 1-rf' ' - J SENIUHS EMMA JO CRANE In English she exceeds the rest, At pulling boners she is the best. CLARENCE CREAM R I'm so good, and I'm so honest that I might perfect be, Yet I'm just a wee bit funny or they'd make a saint of me. ALICE CROUCH A quiet, studious little lass, She never misses English class. LUCILEEKOURRY Her pretty face is always flushed, When shefs embarrassed-she must blush. DELTON DAVIS If we had as many friends as he, What a lot of friends there would be. A ARTHUR DAY My voice is quite deep, As you may hear when we meet. GERALD DENHAM His football playing can't be beat, And just to watch him is a treat. M RLE DORSEY He likes to out up and have a good time, But studying hard--he must think it's a crime. LEON DUNLAP Give me a pick, a shovel, a spade, To dig out knowledge my mind is laid. VIRGIL EMBRY Women are so dumb to me, What they are for, I fail to see. LOUIS EMERY He's willing to tackle the task, And he'll do anything you might ask. HERBERT FLICKINGER This summer I traveled all around, But then came back to this fine town. Page 19 t, 1+ I- ,M .mii 1- fi1 1 :,wfmA++1'fb. ' n!1I' '3' , auammwg-:4:,:a.m:x:s:essr.r:--aum mr2157'?f'T J - '-- -- -'--- .. 'T , . '- - - 4. SENIUHS N N W, V 1 M lfyonft hurt, will W EARL JACOBSON Wlittle cares he has for girl's I4 wmgickle ways fdind if he snould meet one, its fitot long that he stays. lQ?LORIA JENSEN iYLt's true by my talking your ear I J., lmnnd it's not a bit truer that I'm inet a flirt. ,gh YMOND .TENT ffgop-corn making is my trade, Qfghen I make it, it's really made. MW wtoreak in ul Q. WWWILLIAM JEWELL NN Qpbnewlng gum, chewing gumg my, what NH un. Wglake it out, take it out, when the wQVeaoher comes. Wk WW my FEEDER IOK ,JOHNS ON Wjbis drawling voice was want to J , wmhnd set us all in a giggling shim. H 'J 'Il Ulm? WM KWCARRIE JOHNSTON up N1 Nwpne who is quiet and likes to play, UJ1or further reference see G. A. A. W lil, illf . WEPLIFFORD JOH STON Wgln Constitution I am very quiet, M?While the other Kids cause a riot. .Ni V ,wig W MQMARIE JOHNSTON O MWOne who is quiet and not widely MMknown ALTO haye on her string a beau all Wwher own. UW QMDONALD JONES QMMy name is quite plain, WWBut I'm not the same. rt llill MMTHELMA JUDY Mwlt shines, it gleams, it glows, NMThat is why I powder my nose. NM ,MQNMHGHHHT KAHMANN uNHapp1ness follows her about, lfThis is true without a doubt. NW IWCHARLES KARLESKINT Wfln everything I enter in, tUI'm lots of fun--which is no sin. i. v f Pg22 a e i . ,.n...1L1,., .15.-fw,,.- szezfmu-Q -1, J. ...mega I . EL SENIUHS ELEANOR JANE HARRIS This maid so dainty and up-to-date Fills her place in a very fine state. EUGENE HARPER Never a frown-always a smile, Always cheerful-all the while. BETTY HART Underneath those eye's dark gleam, Is much to live and to dream. ELIZABETH HAWKINS In the office I work, And from this I don't shirk. EUGENE HAWKINS A slender space will serve my case For I am small and thin of face. WILLIAM HAWKINS Books and lessons weary me, And what they're for I fail to see. WALTER HAYES Quiet and reserved young man is he The reason for noise he fails to see. CLARA HENDRICKS Golden-gilded reams of hair, Glistening, gleaming in the air. MARY HUDSON A sweet little smile lights up her face, It would be very hard to fill her place. JOHN HUNTER By name John-the Great-Lover am I, Girls when looking at me just sigh. BETTY HURST Ever jolly, ever knowing, Always in for everything going. RAYMOND HUTTON I talk, I smile, I laugh, and I walk, And sometimes on lessons I even balk. Page 21 ,V I, ,, as fi r 1 E - 1 i w ' P Y 1 vi 1 V. 5, -3: 5. 'ari ,V E , ,f I A 1 "c , is i z' ia Af! 5 E Rv ,1 MJ N. 'i N J, s V 1 ,vf i F f . 1 ii ' A 8 X 'kin' V A - 1 VV. - . A 1- ' fs. ..i-ls, 'wi sf-f,.,5.r:.,g.i.isi.:i'.:9f,p-:fit 'F'-.g"v,.'q:gnT'r:-5 Tjvmynff fn A-eff-U-www we X- - L A , V Pn- ,M U., -..M .aw 1- ,.,,.i - r 'ux-q-c::5:qulLv-seawIZ1-.x4auxz::?EP3'1!'ffzauzza:'JZ1I!ficf5ff -5 -'- - -. -., ,-,N - "I -- - .... .,., , T" ,.". , ui' SENIUHS BETTY JANE LEEKER To be happy and jolly, is surely no folly. BETTY LOU LEWIS Her twinkling eyes spelt--Nsassyn Her bubbling spirit--Wclassy.W GEORGE LUFFEL I never had a wrongg I never had care, And grief about my lessons is out of my affair. HARLAN LYON I first make sure that I am right Then talk and talk with all my might. JACKIE McCREEDY Beauty and wit assembled in one, No more need be said by pen or tongue. WARREN McCULLOUGH He is quiet, slender and rather tall, And he is a very good friend of all. PAULINE MCGREW A little lass whose gentle ways Are well deserving of your praise PAUL RAY McMURRAY I They call him NMacN and well they might, For on the gridiron he's a sight. NELLIE MONEELY' s Study's my hobby, te hee, te ho, So I sing as to school I go. Dorothy MALONE DOROTHY Malone, a student of fame Happy, busy, always making a name JUSTINE MAYBERRY Her matter of fact-way is much to be desired, And very much knowledge she has surely acquired. WILLIAM MAXWELL When I receive my diploma--out I will go, To fight in life's battle and conquer the foe. Page 24 8 ., ,,,, ,,,f A3 . es, . .2-awe, , -.awe A--.:gi.f Q ,-.e,i,.L...l:- A--- 1m,,,,.,.cr --'1 Qq,.,,,-..,.,...::f - --+ ....,?..: '-' 1--- f - ..,,,ga,...,,,g, A-as-.-, f zmn lffryx-.-. ' ' 1,.Tg412::,.-,xm- dauuzwaaf.-ergrrlrw -A-.151-wglgis-'war ' :.:.LA 1.:M:L:.m.imw'va wq,uZgfm4.r--,,fW.,.,, . . I is . 4 ww- if gi, V. .-,Uf f -- f 4 1' SENIURS CHARLES KEAL In Senior English I'm quite an actor, Pressler regards me as a great factor. EDNA MAE KELLS To be a girl, as good as me, Would be a girl as good as can be. LUCILLE KELLS There is a smile on her face and a twinkle in her eye, That would, for her make any man die. DOROTHY JEAN KONANTZ With eyes of blue and tresses of gold - She'll never look so very old. HAZEL MARIE KGNANTZ Short and gracious, not much of a walker, But according to Frank she's a regular talker.' FRANCES KOONTZ Smart and pleasant always, But she's not a bit tall-ways. ELLEN JANE LANCE Another young lady, we are sorry to say, Is not contented to be single always. MARLEN LAND From school I graduate this spring, I'm so happy I could sing. MARY KATHERINE LAND I never like the boys--they all act so queer You'll never hear me calling any of them 'dearH. MAE ELLEN LARGE My name is Large but I'm quite small, As you can see when I go thru the, hall. KATHLEEN LAYTON With her soft brown eyes and her shy little smile, Everyone knows she is sweet and mild. MAX LEEK NLittle but Mighty'. Page 23 " V ,, j K Y , ' Us-kv A-, .I , . d - -n . -'V-4,-in J , W ,, . V5 sf --N 9-.r -Fig f- . . --I J: - mrrtvzftbfnfifo-fvarn'ffNfrH-H-7-M 'Q I-me -fr x l H MW M' dm uw ww -AZIY ' 15:-1-,--1 f . :S Lq-,:,qg:uu-mn:as5:34.,44pam:U:53'g,gmxz:rn::fE1'fTf"" -: - "" """ .. . ' -1 .. , , . , 7" ,lx iw: W E ft wp, Q W W M W M il 'QC il W M aug QM! E M E l .Q M LJ: M E iw NN ww w Aw! Eli ,a,, ywii 'H E, H, V+ ,JV H1 , E qw, w 'AW FN W ll ,w 15, .L aw lil in ld ww Ay 1 131 M 1 M 1, Nw W If I ww W. fiqlly W1 11441 If wi Milli: ul ll "Ni, W Mil ,ul wi U 'M' ,l,,. W :ww U LM, , , 1 A ,Qi 'x 'A wifi , y SENIUHS BHARLES PAYNE, , U anything on which my mind is bent, Always calls for an argument. QRLE PAYNE in the clarinet he loves to play, lhen it comes to girls he has nothing to say. J l HARJORIE PHILLIPS Tho her thots must be many, her vords are quite few, Ind she seldom is out of S so do. TIRGINIA POST Her pretty brown eyes and flossy brown hair, ire both to be noted I do l SAMMY PITTS lere is ayman of athletic Qeside him, his opponents game. i LOUISE PRICE omething her declare. fame, look I'm very proud a Senior to be, Rnd when I grow up, just look out for me. l HADINE QUEEN Her hair is dark, her eyes are To look upon her won't make anyone brown frown, QELMGN QUICK Nas there ever anyone as grand as ne Nell--there's George Washington in our historv. POB REED - He's very quiet and awfully shy, But all in all he's a regular guy RALPH REED A very intelligent, Studious lad, who is always happy and never Sad lMILDRED RUSSELL Giddy, giggling, girling, gay, May be Serious some future day. SHIRLEY SCHENCK Sturdy, steadfast, help in need From fair frivolity alway Page 26 s freed. 1,4....,..,:.,, I., Q1.. . ..1.!... an - -fa in-nw u.,.......g4g.3g,,,,:.,u, ,.... :::..a- R. , . ,,,,L.,.gcszak-:ma,,.:.:4:nE:s-.mn-:4,.g1i:h:s4xfa-Q?--S "" "-"ffj'f -,,q--.Q - "--f - N "Q,f"Y1'a'-Qu U, im im 'M I , L I , SENIUHS Q ,. 1 V2 .W DALE MILEUEN IQ I'm an intelligent chap, 1 Nothing can be said to that. Q 3 WILMA MILBDRN if Eyes that charmg eyes that harmg QW Eyes that express the soul's alanmAq ' ky My ROSEMARY MILLER NJ WJ, N, f, OH! my powder puff, where has it QQ gone? fVf If it's lost--I just can't go on. hh OMA MOETON QR Her tongue is seldom overworked, My my She from her books has never My Shirked. LM vw J FLORENCE Moss PM Moss for the city life is quite QQ crazy 3M But you'll have to admit she's as mf fresh as a daisy. IW N 1 1, 1 HW MW PEGGY MYERS QW Her bobbing curls are a source wi of Joy, iw To every young high school girl My and boy. MH LW If JACK NELSON IW Although he is smaller than a greatiw many boys, ,mf You'll find that he's there at mak-Mf ing the noise. QWL wa DOROTHY NIEMIER QNN Little care I for society's whims, NYU My desire is to live without faultsiwt or sins. 5QH LOUISE NOEL atm Sweet demure oun a INN .9 y glss, A! Someone knows she has Hclassn, 'W V'-' LN 3 J , wi! 1 w 1 w DELEEET NORTHCUT gli He is thin and little and not very Tw tail, I' 3 But at tossing the baskets, he is VX up with them all. Nw ' 1 W w 35' , N EDWIN PARKS QE I'll do as I do and say what I say IV And you'll hear from me in some iii future day. F I , I y BILLY PAYNE ' In English I am the sleepy type, ' And Pressler thinks I am quite a I sight. iii bi 1 . Page 25 L Lili or . .L riqgdi . ., W. , ,N A 1, - was -.-, ,L 2 MW., " ,V .gm U mmf:-Eaewf-ff THESE' . fm , L . J . ''5:'Fffu2513i55'fW7F5Y45Si5?'5??'?'W'f52?ii5iUWWWWQQ-Wav' "lf5iE?fYLeLL5iiL21g +32 M El A MHWLLARENCE THORNTON A 4 A vi N. H' M11 MJ HE lu A T l Y A if H AA W HM wr W' W MIN!! M M 'HN l W 1 L, u M M I fl W W1 .. ,,.A. h 1. -'- - - . . ffhffw -. L- ,., fi - , "Gag: U M .xzw: a::-5 51--anna.-5:-,.-..-..a.:.n:a:,-.r.,. ...,...-snra-rams--.... damxaqq 1 w A w 5 SENIURS ' X EW AEM WNOBERT SWENDER fwfhis nice young chap, Qwyhen meeting a lady, up goes Eviis cap. MNH llHv NNETH TERETLL IW will forever be, iUQrue I !NQjntil the land turns to sea. ,nw 1 1 M N NNW l 1 Vwwgy sister is nice looking, that lWWheans I'm so toog HE? believe it to a penny, prithee, inphy don't you? 7 NE THORNTON WMLORRAI Mlke hee, te hi, te ho, te ho, M UI M l 1,214 'QE M E ,4 5' x Mlm m lA M1 NM L! SH A U! iv ilgi rn u HEL NW IU M U X NM ... if ,li W 'LN ,J AV! Pu N U A N M W w A :-X M N W J M l Her laughing spirits overflow. M LQICHARD TIVIS iyait, just give me time, iiow do I Know what's in my mind? fi W WGENE TOWNSEND Does Gene like the girls, with Mtheir beau-catching curls, Hwith their sunny complexions and Hteeth formed of pearls? T ri - 3 w H EWIRGINIA VALENTINE QHer wondorous beauty is evident, Ulf on her eyes you've ever bent. H iiVELMA VERMILLION Elf I'm late, my classes Won't wait, ?But to get even I'll blame it on Qfate. WRICHARD VOIGHT l No pretty girls will get the chance gHis timid heart to entrance. Bi N , QDELTON WADE - hlTo fill his place, there is mno other, But when he leaves we've got Aihis brother. ma G GERALD WALLACE NHIf YOU SGS my girl, please tell her ,AThat I'm quite a handsome feller. AS MARY WARFORD S Merrily laughing her way thru life, F1Never weary of helping someone l through strife. 5 Page 28 "12!ZB' ' ' ' " ' " " 'A """-"--4--'A'-::'-1 .-..........- .1 u.,rq:..f-.-.....-L at .. ........-. f . -ni. ., .-, ,..:-.1 Annan- ' .Q-1 ,sr -, g--f Y ,V ff V , A, fy fi ' ' -"' -1 5 5' 'A' ,i l f ,,1.,,, ---J SENIUHS RUTH SCHOLFIELD If there'er was a joy, its in her heart Smile's from her face will never depart. JOAN SCHUMAKER Do you know who could be more fun, N Than Joan--well hardly anyone. CAROLYN scotrfr A dainty, winsome little lass, And very fond of a looking glass. NORMAN SEAVER Wherever I am, you'll generally find, That I'm always in for a pretty good time. NAOMI SEAVER Oh, that hair so curly and yellow It's the envy of every fellow. JUANITA SHOEMAKER Always quiet and still, she never says much, But on getting her lessons, she's hard to touch. THELMA SHORTEN I like to smiley I like to play, I like to giddy away the day. MARY LAVON SMITH A jolly good girl with words not a few, But you're certainly doomed should she once pick on you. MAYBELLE SPENCER Contented I am, and contented I'll be Why can't they all be contented with me? JIM STANDLEY A master of studies and athletics am I, I'm an intelligent, plain-spoken, well-dressed guy. WILLIAM STRADER Full of fun and lots of pep, The girl for me--I have not met. JACK STUCK Wit's in me, shut up tight, I've kept it down with all my might. Page 27 zmwrhflv 'Emi 1: ,-mi-.-sera-.-A-,.., 1s mais! a-iflblff B M- E. , ,, , K. , -r -4 - ge ..,. ,,.A1-,, 11:-,airs-b-f ..g1:,f rn, ,- , ,X--.2-s-,N....n... ,wg-1, . W, . .f W. , f" J'7f'-v-'vii-' W ' W' 'f 1 ff' ' -,, ' : ' " 'if '-'C ' " "":' 1 f C 4 ' ' L 'M--: p l R"""'if:'1- -1-QI . L"-pf" .""'m?"F"51Fl9--iv", ' ' ' -'-' '-H" 5 'P f 'rams fr e e -fm' ' M R.Adams B.Anderson J.Anthony, G.Antrim, M.Arnstrong, A.L.Arnold, F.Ault, B-B3Chm?HH, ' ' - Blubaugh W.Boatr1ght, B.B K r L.Barnett R.Barnum B.Beaufa1t E.B1ngham, V.Bland, L. , G,Bi1iing, R,Bransnretter, D:Brower, C.R?Brown, V.Bulla, A.Burt, M.CaliY?ll, 3-gaiiiiinf L,Carpenter B Carrell, D Chesney, W.M.C1bley, R.Clarkson, B.Coe, E.Co ler, . O . Y, Cook M Cook' V.Cook, J:Goonrod, I.M.Cowan, R.GoX, W.Cros1and, J.CulP, W'Cu1P, T-Daly, I.Day,,E,biCKmaHH, J.Dummond, H.Duerson, W.Dunn, S.Elkins, L.EHSle, B-Eshelbrenner' E.Esioks,.N.Fairman, B.Flora, L.Fowler, D.Foy, B.M.Gardner, B.GiIe, I.Gooding, B.Gordon, C.Gordon, D.Gordon, L.P.Gordon, H.Goss, B.Greenfie1d, J.Greenfield, D.Hall, L.Harlan, W. Hargrove, E.Harper, I.Harrah, H.Harrington, L.Harris, M.Harris, N.Hawkins, R.Hayes, S. Heller, C.Helms, A.Hemmingway, A,Hempel,'H.Henson, F.Hereford, J.Herring, D.Hord, E.Hord M.F.Hord, B.Hunter, M.Huss, D.Hutoherson,'V.L.Hyle, L.James, J.Jewell, M.J.Johnmeyer, D. Johnson, N.Johnson, E.Jones, R.Jones, L.C.Keal, D.Keeney, G.Keith, M.Kells, C.Kennedy. Pres. ---------- Donald Johnston Sec. --------.-...... Bgb Rudkin Vice Pres. ------ Leslie Barnett- TreaS,7 ........ Gilbert Ruggell X J Sponsor ---- Irene O'Connor Page 30 t - - . - ., --1:.1.,- -- e--K, -. .,--v-1-S.-ff p g-1-f-1-v-A-wu1j':g'--'A , .- " ' .,., - -.Q ..,h,..,.,f - .,,,,,., . . ., V, , wr l E " '- ' , - . ' -J'-nf. -- - 'L ' 1 - - 1-s f fii r w r-- ' "W "'A"" -. u s e . :: , . '1- -P m Jawa ' ' KATHERINE WHEATON I oertalnly will never prefer to be slngle, Although at the present wlth boys I don't mlngle ALBERT WHITESIDE There's as much Knowledge IH hls mind, As some will acqulre 1n a whole llfetime EDITH WILSON So much unlike the rest, That to one she seems the best NETA FAYE WILSON Llght of speech soft of dls positlon am I But dare you Vex me well gust try' FRANK WRIGHT In some th1DgS I don't get my oholoe, But when I start to slug, I've got my volce DONALD YERKES I'm qulte a golfer you must Know, But when at school my score is low ROBERT'YOUNG In vain not spent the studious hour, . To him'twas a gateway into power. Page 29 - ' ' " " " '1EB."""'I'2'J!2U-l:"!AzE-i - -- -1,-..-...A-,........'.:...L. ..........-....-..E """!Ht'1!:f1fqglg3Egi-i-:,3:3.:La7:-:ni:-:a. . V V W-I .. :git -gm . 'g - . V v. V Y U,,,4,,,,,,,Y,m .,.- .. ,H ,. Q Y - -,. . . , -,,n.:.:fv--,f "tai" D -f" " ' Ass "uf Nasdaq., ' L 3 - " vt' Y K Y. H do To . , I J, ,,,,,l,i, T, . 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Dunsworth, J.Durborrow, N.Dye, A.Elbrader, J.Elder, D.Ellswortn, O.F.Endioott, E.Eshle- brenner, J.Esnelebrenner, B.Fairman, H.FlioKinger, E.M.Funk, H.Frenoh B.Galvin, N. Gibson, W.Giddens, G.Gilfillan, N.J.Golladay, W.Graves, J.H.Grier, C.Hale, J.Hammer5 G.Hammond, S.Handly, W.M.Hargrove, R.Harper, E.Harris, P.Harris, J.Hart, J.Hazelton, B.Heiser, K.L.Helms, K.Hereford, D.Herring, M.Hess, D.Hinman, J.Hite, C.Hodge, D.Hood, M.Hord, H.Howard, J.Hoy, R.Hoy, J.A.Hugnes, J.HunsioKer, M.Hutcninson, C.lson, M.Irwin, D.Jonnston, J.Johnston, P.Jonnston, R.Jonnston, F.Jones. X Pres. ---------- ---P8111 SCi13fGI' SQC. -............. Gale Stewart Vice Pres. ---- Pauline Johnston Trees. --------- Betty Armstrong Sponsor ---- Bertha Lance Page 32 .i , , , . , H . K . . , ,- . f g Rr., . 1 -- . - ' g ' ' .. ' , f " -- ,, t t' - " . k , ' I , , N , A H, , -. M, J ,1 .. ,,,. M.. ' ... ' ' .f-...z-5 ,n -- -..,,.,.,4.,,, R - w ,- -.,,.,,. A -- .1 K.. f , N '-fr-vw-.-,..,, A -"---sz-inf- . 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J.Leonard, E.I.Lightwine, A.Lord, M.McLaughlin, N.MoFall, M.McLaughlin, E.Maffett, B.Mason, M.R.Morehead, A.Noggle, C.ParKer, J.Pellet, V.Rhoades, E.M.Seaver, J.Scnolfield, R.J.Shoe- maker, H,Shoemaker, C.Simmons, E.Singmaster, D.Spence, D.Spenoe, L.Stout, M.Stroud, K.Toepfer, F.Weiss, V.F.Wheeler, E.Williams, J.Williams. PRESIDENT, Maxine Johnson SECRETARY-TREASURER, Eugene Singmaster VICE PRESIDENT, Eetelle Keeney SPONSORQ Nile McConn Page 34 .... .:...:L:,., .1,.wv,U,,.. .,......::-nie E, 2 1:.e- . -1. ,',.L...4:aek rg ,..e "M ' -be-S gi VX , F H .og,o.1,.w:.1?.br.5,5E:i-:-fm-1'2' 'i?'5i2fQf3 5-fm 'I dM':.Av'f eff: r-' , . , -. - 45 : ! il i ii t -Wil I i ill t - , H , l V H.J H R.J d G.J ' - , D.M?L B, Dialylge B?glfldM'g'I':Q3iEv N-L-Klflgo E-KlHSTDOl1, C.B.K1nnell, H.Kinney, K.Kitohir1 Lockwood S Loy 111 Loooo ' ' ers' L'V-Lane, '13-Layton, Klee, D.A-Lewis, M.L1bby M. 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MQSponsor ------------------ Gladys Mason 13 N W '. :Q ,I 3: W, agjll' 1115: w f 1 41 N' w ,,-, , fi' ,313 ,W W 1, -if ,' .4 X 'Z rv f IQ , ef' l.'e ,423 ' MQ- ' xp! :+V if , , M M g fd fl '1- d !4.5 d dnnr W1w X 3 fl, 5 ', s JJ,f T gr 4' 1 ' I a , L, Nt, 1 "X , l I Vi W Page 36 Xl! 1 Y . ,A . , ,. .. ,Y . . V- .-,- ,. Q ., ., - , ., Aw -, ,, -,U-fx ! . .-,-,- -.runes 4, . . , Y' - ' ' , , -. ,.,.,,, 'j,j 1 - - .-.,.,, . -' 'fr--.U-,,... I ' ' .uf--9. N AD -W ,n,,,L,a,,, '- " - V.,-K, , 'A - ,:f-u--v - ' -'1-w g-el,-a re ff -A, , -f--.f-:.1.,:ca' 1--if-if -Y-f-11-51.1 1. , ,,,,,1,.m.v.uw,.1 .14 A....,5555g4"ng5nm .w manmn- - -1- '- -f' ,gg11 4 -4' -'H' " ' ' 1 ' f - - Y - ka.-. g g -A m3 ..s,.4- --a.. ,, . Y 1, -., -.: ,.a..,., . --- ,-,. w -..-:sngq-J-.. , -- .. . .,. ... -N... --- -- - . 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' - 5 ' -fw- 5 V:,6g,L new-v5i.e.v:-..,.,.. 4 - -,...j1-3' L+..-.. ..-- ,Y,,, f"'-1r4'v:" 's.--.-Q..-K... 4.4- . - , ' ' - - - --fff-- W' "To create, malntaln, and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian David Nioho ls Connor Gilfillan f'N Murle Caldwell 'X 6 Bob Hoy lla , Jimmy Hammer '38 John Price fvx Vx George Luffel 3 Robert Milburn Ross Anderson ' V HI-Y C HILI FEED H QL. -.-. . . 1, -A - L' ' --N.-E.-ug 'H----N, -T-5'4""'1f"":f ,- A A-vein.. , g.- - my -- A2-3 -atxvp .Q ,an W I, f V .F x it , .Ing-r-N7 vqgwd , -- --,e.4....,.,,. -- ----1 , , f- ..-A -- .- .. , - , ..,.A,-. .. iw., CABINET Pres M Buzzard Program- G.Claypool V Pres K Ballinger Publicity- M.Hall Service- L.Curry Treas C Pease Finance- D.Malone Social M Armstrong Song Leader- C.Armour Piano M Warner Sponsor- M.SKinner AS A GIRL RESERVE I WILL TRY TO BE Gracious in manner Impartial in judgment Ready for service Loyal to friends Reaching toward the best Ernest in purpose Seeing the beautiful Eager for Knowledge Reverent to God Victorious over self Ever dependable Sincere at all times I Will Try To Face Life Squarely To Find And Give The Best Pg 37 A .,X.-,..,,.,-g..., --- ---f-- 9----J.-'-Y--.,. xg: 1. ' .V .., ' - www' 'v-f.-1--- '.... ' "' A'- --.--- . -....-,.. ... -' 'g " Q- :.-:A --,-f.,- .... - ...." " '- -- . . - nzf-1 - , S 2- ,, .,. ,.r ,, ,3! L,! ' - ,f a -' I ' "A ilu 'W -EL ,. ,. , U, ,,', .gg ,f,f, ff. U, K , 7 ,. .gf .,,y,'1yf,zyfg,V, Y X .f., Page 40 ,Az-11. 1:51 ,..., :Ly ,I . . , f.L...g:::2-fm . if "F" 'H' jQ",1""-' ' t ' QQ1-2I4.:x::2:::AxQW- 111"A'.-.-."'.,:sr?11--+- -- ' - '- :-'-:- HMMMM W--3-lgnLx1fWT+-J WWWMW Cheer leaders B Hurst, S Tucker, R. Hayes, and B Hoy M J Kuhn ex-'42 CHEERLEADERS PED CLUB PEP CLUB OFFICERS -Mary Warford -Emma Jo Crane -Meredith Linn Dorothy Malone Margaret Mangrum .-.,,..-s....:s.::,:-.aan -"H . :.- -..,,4,'. . - . 5, our IYTWUQ-0-itng,,,,g,i. ----agar... 4- M m . . . , v-L- Q , TI PM qc' 'LM 2 m -uf 'A Wm: fi- , i fi' A M J Nil M W 13 Mi! I if E. W1 W M M all in Www iii W HN imm l WMM N :W , , ., .- F. .. ,.,,...g.:zx-z::a-'c:":-v"-+'a""""4!F .f-.f., , .Tiff fl: . -.- ..-. 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SEPTEMBER : OCTOBER : NOVEM ER : Organized baseball : Hallowe'en party : Pot-luck supper : Picnic : Pittsburg play day : Sold at Chanute game : Ap , : : All-school V.B. tourn. : DECEMBER : JANUARY 2 FEBRUARY : Christmas party : All-school basket : Pot-luck supper : Gave Christmas : ball tournament : First B.B. tourn. : basket : Sold at game : Exhibition game at : : Ping-pong tournament : Memorial Hall : MARCH : L APRIL : MAY A: Tennis : Boys and girls party : Picnic : Soccer : Track A : Letter awards : : Junior High play day : f . President -------------- Carrie Johnston 5,1 4 Vice-president --------- Shirley Schenck iiiv' Q.. Secretary M Treasurer--Ellen Cook Recording Secretary ---- Mary Jo Johnson ' Sports Leader ---------- Neva Fairman M Social Chairman -------- Pauline Johnston P g 43 ' ' ' ' ' "'- Y '-W 'A "'- -'-Y 4-4-55 -- 1-1 - - -A f- L - '1 2192- urs-1-4-1, 1, f ' I1nr-1:-yum: . uzgmggb-Q 1 1 5 4- . . .. 14,1 gl , .:., ,,.-...f.n-lqfqrk-E1-2,1-.f1 I 1 .2xg:gC:-1S2-f11lfGn:ix::y----'G'K'-f"?'- -.f -.f. A-. -- .!'fI'7'9z"5':""- A--A-: - . . - ,L T ' - - -- - -- - - ff . SENIOR CLASS PRESENTS FOOT-LOOSE Pg 46 Richard Early -------- Frank Creegan Emily ---------------- Dorothy Faye Crane Hope ----------------- Lucille Kells ' Dick ----------------- Robert Young Mary ----------------- Betty Claybourn Bob ------------------ Bob Hoy Delphie -------------- Jewell Bagby Randolph ------------- Connor Gilfillan Jenny ---------------- Lucilee Curry HBuzzH-- ------ ------- George Luffel Miriam Walker -------- Mildred Russell Jack Milford --------- Charles Briggs Sanford Welles ------- John Amott Mrs. Forrester ------- Margaret Buzzard Business: Mark Amott, Helen Blincoe Advertising: Betty Hurst, Eddie Parks, Peggy Myers Stage and Property: Delton Davis, Mary Lou Baker, Fred Goble, Margie Hall Music: Dorothy Goldsmith, Leon Dunlap ., , f.,..,,-.,.. ......nrf F V- -Q:......:::.u rf . . .-,....g::g:.:-: .Q x 4 L 1 .L 1 ,Q My - '1-. v N" 1 " 1 ' - ' A ' " - -2' -W ' Y 1. 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Y "' ' ""':- " ' -'arg . 3 , ,M ,,-ggfmh-1 .ff-,. - .a - :.::-:i'n-swims.-wa-.S N KH EQL M 5 4 Navy .1 ,3:? , , iw ,,,.,W.t 71:55 :, L: T 15-JL..-,.f-..,,L1,g,...i :T f , 4, , A- - - - 1 QTL, Wm, ,,. ,,,,,Jf 41- - Eff- L, WW 4 lLEE!'Z!fU-'Z,L.M 5 "5 """' " -J ,EU .,,.g... Y.-M. o E l -il .--ie J e ---A-e?..zEse-.f.eefA:f -.fre-esf --fs afffffffcur sf ' .....,,A, V' - .. 4.-- w-.v--,- f ,Q f .. ....,.. K . ...I , , Q ,.....- . - fc-, ..,,,.. f , - - . , A . ,, ,-fr-1 -... ,- -Q-meziiiiefzs'-'ww:: ... a. ,-2.1-f..-L gnu...-4 . -i..., - -4-..-. .. ' .. ---J.-f ff- Rh- f' ' - ' Back Row: J. Connolly, E. Hord, B. Bays, W. A. Black, J. Amott, W. Peterson, E. J. Rice, C. Payne Front Row: M. Johnmeyer, R. Voight, C. Briggs, D. Malone Fort Scott successfully defended its title by winning first place in the Pittsburg and Topeka tournaments this year. J.Amott won the extemporaneous contest at Topeka while C.Briggs and J. Amott defeated Hutchinson in the finals. D.Malone, B.Bays, and R.Voight were the other three debators on a 5-man team. At Pittsburg, C.Briggs and J.Amott defeated Joplin in the finals. The Fort Scott Invitational Tournament was won by Topeka with Eureka taking second. B.Bays and D.Malone were undefeated. Fort Scott took second in S.E.K. and was invited to the State where they won 8 out of ll debates. Results were Russell winning first, Newton second and Fort Scott third. Wm. A. Black says: nThis year's squad was one of the best in the school history.' rf' 'f,f2?A'Rf5 4. s .5 C""k '- 41 I., mglgrwx 'fy 171' Hxtg Qi, 491.-I,-Num I ,!',l4 nglllgx ",, f A'T"sxa 9 P 9'e".1.1if:122f 6 0' 0ifa"" :a!,' N o Y-zen' -f' xlp' .J Page 48 ,Q-,..--A-, we-:Q ,nlpgf-lies' - fzsgeeiv - L -- - m g., .-x.. ,D- Qamignm- -.- --rv P "'-'-'-'-' -"- -A -. . my ' H-'-i'?I'I1'T'ff':4522B'se.s-:::xzx:x::'ss'g.'5:-r-p-1-.-+a:.:ae.::..sLm V . psp-- THE JUNIOR CLASS PRESENTS Always Count Ten Mrs Rltter Dulcle Sarah Gracie Palmer Vera Ross Fern Taylor Cleo Bonnie Watts Gussie Becker Tillie Lone Harvey Ames Myron Phelps Claude Dunn Horace Pringle Chester Qu1gley Clarence Slmpson Eleano Mary Roxa R Shlrl Leo Mary J Bertha Esh Johnmeyer Blngham rmstrong na Hayes th Moran y Warzel e Harlan Johnson lbrenner Martha Jo Dorls Parker r A n u e n o e t Rober Ti John Merle Milburn Mullane Lloyd Mlller m C onnolly Caldwell Tom Daly Bo Act I A summer afternoon Actll Two Weeks later Act III The followlng mornlng Dlrector George Business D Johnson, B Tweedy, L D Keeney, B Slngmaster, E Pe Pellett, D Hutcherson Property M Harrls, F Ault, W C D Gordon, B Mlller, B M Gard l 30 p m ll p m lO a m H Sharp Barnett, nn1man,E rossland, ner ff JJ , 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 I Q ii I I l C 1 Ray Moore------- ---- ---------- b Gordon S I O O 0 O l : Q O I O C 0 I C 4 I . n l 0 FREE M ..e..r-gn. x- A ,4,U,,f,y1nf:. txgrrf, .. ,n:r'g:W 1 V ,,."""'?fl6', K ,,2 .. 5 ' ' ,--,,L1.x1:'ff7 ' .-ng varpg--W 511 A- W' R "ii -4-,VQQT TF 7.g..f:..,-..1maz.,..ff,g.Nn ,L f ' ',..' .wr-a1:r:wp-2-.-W-4.1.4-- 1....- ,---4' ,,,.. 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J2-G.A.A. holds annual fall hike. l3-G.Swafford decides to have dates since school financial plan has started. l5-Mrs. Skinner has hard time being as messy eating watermelon as K. Bellinger and R. Moran at G. R. picnic and hike. 19-officers of the Pep club elected at annual picnic. , 20-F. S. Tigers meet Nevada on the r Field for o ening game Fra y p . 29-Tigers journey to Baxter Springs for non-conference game and a win. ' 2--Bett Mar1eQShortyJGardner takes Y the cup for chewing gum. 5--Davison turns warden. All the school needs now is bars over the windows. 6--Coffeyville journeys to Ft.Scott 9- for first conference game. -Fire Prevention Assembly starts Fire Prevention Week. 10-Seniors elect Swafford as their leader for the year. ll-Juniors start out year under D. 12 13 16 J'OhI1SOI1 . -Reserve football squad loses to Pleasanton Ll-O. -Tigers venture into Independence territory for exciting game. J. Amott, L.Kells, C. Briggs, M. Hall, and sponsor,Miss Overfield go to meeting of Central States Federation of Student Councils at Ponca City. -Ft. Scott Band attends American Royal Livestock Show. 17-M.J. Johnson and M. Johnston en- tertain G. A. A. at their home Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov. Nov. Nov, Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. 28 Nov. -Iola Mustangs play Ft. Scott on our field. P. Johnston and Bob Singmaster arrive in San Francisco for Nat- ional Dairy Show. ' Pep Club has Halloween Box Sup- per in the library. Davvy shuts out Eddie Parks in contest for the biggest feet. -Sammie Tucker takes over High School cheerleading. -Students see themselves as others S . ee them at the Empress Theatre 26-Raymond Schaffer, ex--student, talks in assembly 27-Pittsburg Purple Dragons come to Ft. Scott for unhappy game. 31-G.R. and Hi-Y hold annual Hallo- ween party in the Library on the ghost and goblin night of the, year. H. Blincoe best dressed gal. 2-Tigers have thrilling game on Go- lumbus gridiron. 5-Oh-h-ht! Happy Day!! teachers are at convention. -Talkative squad walks off with honors at Pittsburg. 11-George Sharp presents Armistice Day Pageant. Dedication of the Frary Field Stadium before game with Osawat- omie. -Chanute comes to F.S. Debaters win first place trophy for the second year in the non- elimination debates tournament at Topeka. 20-Annual Red Cross Week Starts. 21-G.A.A.Skating Party. By the way does anyone know the seating ca- pacity of the gym? 25-M. Linn finds the Masonic Temple an irresistable force when she breaks her arm at Pep Rally. 24-Oh-h-hi! Dewitt and his regular Friday test. Concert. -Wheel!! Vacation starts. Oct southeast of city. l9-All tattle-tale cards go home to mama. Ft. Scott Band attends American Royal Livestock Show. 29 Nov. 50 Dec, -Turkey day. F.S. goes to Parsons for final game. 4-F. S. H. S. turns social when it io purchases new combination rad and phonograph. 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Yi I '----- -f-- 21-2 um:-i':-g..,...a1 : ':': rf-f-4-a:nu:!:'Gf'-:-.nr - . :mar-3:kwl-km:Q---',.-QmgLE3w44 1 " -" fn .455-an-, -'-' ::'uav-g-s5,----+-2:e:-n1lrr45:,:m,.-..-... - zazmm-q-,. ---.,:g::e::., 1-7+ "'L 9' r v 1 To YOU, l GIVE ALL OF , nllli::::--u x r- .. - h- -,,,f 65:22 'EI ' ' -Ear f , We the Seniors of the class of l9LO, party of the first part, being of sound body and mind do hereby will and bequeath all things as itemized below to the class of 1941, party of the second part. Party of the second part shall derive no benefit from this legal do- cument until said party of the first part shall have been deceased for at least three C35 months Then and henceforth all party of the second part will become sole possessors and owners of such property hereunder listed and so directed by the party of the first part. Gerald Denham and Sam Pitts leave their cap- tainships of the football team to Gilbert Russell and Donald Hutcherson and the ability to play a good game of football. Betty Hart and Jackie McCreedy Leave their A grades to Barbara Bachman and Frances Ann lt. Bgb Cox,Lewis Brown, and Everett Harber leave their vast quantities of silence to Howard Partridge, Warren Lipe, and Tom Daly. Harold Hardwick gives to Milton Leslie his complete mastery of the violin. MaryEllen Campbell leaves her bright red hair to Pauline Gordon, if she needs it. Norman Seaver leaves his ability to get into mischief to the already too mischievous Bob Piotrowski. Howard'Hale and Walter Hayes bequeath part of their good looks to Bob Singmaster and Wilber Hargrove. Gerald Wallace bequeaths his spic and span ap- pearance to John Culp. To David Nichols goes Harlon Lyons ability to spin the tall yarns. Leon Dunlap and Frank Wright have only their wonderful voices to will and I am afraid that they will be able to use them for awhile yet. To Hazel Harrington and Waneta Robinson,Clara Hendricks and Naomi Seaver bequeath all they have,their giggles. 'I have nothing to leave,Wsaid Donald Jones, 'But if I did I would leave it to Betty Flora. Glessner Claypool, Vera Comstock, and Dorothy Harrington, our never smiling seniors, leave their sober looks to Virginia Bland, Beverly Baker, and Neva Fairman. Jim Standley,Fred Goble, and Delbert Northcutt will their basket-ball technique to Bob Brown Bill Scott. and Ralph Cox. Kenneth and Edward Terrill leave their abil- ity to confuse the teachers to Bryon and Stan- ton Whitehouse. Geraldine Brown,Elizabeth Hawkins, Wilma Mil- burn,and Edith Wilson leave their chewing gum to Ruth Branstetter,Betty Gile, Mae Huss, and Virginia Lee Hyle. Jack Hale, Carl Jacobson, and Delmon Quick leave their becoming bashfulness to Bennie 'Coe, Donald Foy, and Lloyd Janes. Maynard Galvin,William Foraker,and Gene Town- send will their studious ways to Ernest Mc- fadden, Jack Coonrod, and W. G. McCord. Jackie Wallace bequeaths her love for the Senior Class to Julia Greenfield. Dorothy Malone and Emma Jo Crane our female debaters will their positions to any girl who has pluck enough to go out for them. Lucilee Curry and Margaret Kahman said that they would like to leave something but they used it all up this year. Page 54 . . . ..f,z- aw... U... ..... ..:rjg,,,,,-,w......:::.a- 1- --- - ......L:1::q-,.,.,,,,c...-,gr L- ,,,.,,,',., 'nw A ,,. I-, A-F , . Q ,W I- , ,I - A U h K Q ' . - f - s - - - 'WSP' " -- - M . .sf-" , "rt-w. - -..,-.. - ,, - T 1 ,-Y .- :saga--s.....:-L2-.earners-..,..mia::: ., ..., ' Floyd Brown,Raymond Jent,and John Trent leave 1 their ability to help others out of a tight i spot to John Stanley, Bob Gordon, and Edward g Penniman. 5 Ralph Reed and Charles Scherman will their 1 intelligence to Leslie Barnett and Warren I Crosland. , Helen Blincoe and Dorothy Coldsmith leave 5 their ability to get in on everything to Miss i Shirley Warzel and Miss Mary Jo Johnson, Albert Whiteside wills his picture-developing l set to Robert Moore, when it wears out. T Eugene Hawkins didn't take up much room but W he is willing to give that space to Sylvester i Elkins. K 2 Louis Emery, James Chambers, and Eugene Harper leave ironclad excuses to James Anthony,Haro1d Duerson, and Carl Gordon. e Robert Young said all he had to give away was his radio and earphones and he couldn't de without them, but remember, Slats, WYou can't 1 take it with you.W Eleanor Jane Harris and JustineMayberry leave 3 complaints to Opal and Thelma Sallee. Neta Faye Wilson, and Nadine Queen.will their back seats in constitution to Rosalie Kramer and Virginia Bulla. John Amott and Charles Briggs leave their de- bating ability to John Connolly,Wilbur Peter- man, and Elmer Hord. Marie Johnston,Louise Price,Katherine Wilkins g and Katherine Bellinger will their assembly seats to Loletta Engle, Nadine Johnson Loy- Pearl Schamaun and Mae Smith. Kenneth Cochran donates his ability to hit l that line to Ben Greenfield. Herb Flickinger leaves his hitch-hiking abil- ity to Dale Hall should be very Raymond Hutton bequeaths his numerous used pass-cards to Melvin Titus. Bill Strader, Robert Swender, and Jack Stuck leave their many happy times together to Mel- nora Kitchen and Arleta McCord. Virginia Valentine would leave her Pittsburg admirers to someone but she says she canft do without them yet. Too bad girls! , Leota Batley and Betty Batley,our sister-team leave it to Opal and Dorothy Pfieffer to take, i K K over. DOTOTUY Jean Konantz declares that all she: has is Kirk Anderson and she just couldnt get' along without him. Too bad girls! W To anyone who wants it, Betty Lefker wills Her unused Constitution book. di Leon Batley and Donald Yerkes bequeath their 1 happy-S0-lUCKY WHY to Richard Stoufer and 5 Leslie Blubaugh. q 'E Maybelle Spencer leaves her riding ability to anyone who likes to ride. Leonard Carnes and Arthur Day leave a few ex- tra pounds to John Rounds and Timmy Mullane. f as-.-g-.: " : 1 A :.-NA-?:.?fgQ-v-.:5- - ,- .-1. ., -is Q Y 1 - p xv- W--w-E-'ww -A I Bu:-'A vw-N v Y -rw : -af --. ' -,s-... -. -.... . ,.., "-L-I-d.sA.!l!l"' --4-..L.,, . - 1 Q Sf- Luka--- ,, ,. l -' -. , wh V -ax:- ..-..,-,-A Mfg ." :1Qzz,.f.,,,.,. .Nw I K , ...x-,....n.'.uv,,1.s-371-,.x,,,1.,..: ...nan v-f:,::,..,,:q7lmv-W -:ww-LMM.m,,.,,,,.,.,,.,.,,..-,.......,,,,.,.., ., Dec. 5-Co-captains, Gilbert Russell and Feb Donald Hutcherson, announced for l94O at chili supper for foot- ball boys, debate team and cheer Feb 1 leaders. Dec. 6-John Amott selected by William Mar Jewell College as the outstand- ing high school student in the Mississippi Valley. Mar Dec. 8-Debate team goes to Coffeyville for tri-state tournament. Mar Bob McCoy shines on skates at All-School Party. Mar Students go to Emporia for music clinic. Mar Dec. ll-C.Johnston eats most at G. A. A. Christmas Party at Y. M. C. A. Mar Dec. 12-G. R. Christmas Party at Buzzy's house. Dec. 13-Student Council gets industrious and puts up the Christmas decor- - ations. William Foraker does all Apr the work. Dec. 14-Orchestra Concert. Apr Dec. 15-Independence and Fort Scott open basketball season on home court. Dec l8-Christmas Drive opens with much ' enthusiasm APT c Tigers go to Pittsburg for game Dec Group singing is lead by Pop ADT in Christmas assembly Apr Dec Tigers play Emporia Jan Back to school And How"' an Betty Hurst gets J Shumans love for Christmas by the way Jim is May in Uncle Sam's army now an Mrs Odell speaks to the G R on May NFappiress of High School Days an Tu Co Debate team entertains our May High School debaters with tri state tournament and a banquet held in Library Lewis Hart sings in assembly May Pittsburg girl becomes belle of ball given by student council an Topeka wins debate tournament May and captures all girls hearts an Debate squad goes t Emporia Basket ball team defeats Coffey ville on home court in new uni forms Jan l5 Final examinations begin with a ng F F F F F F F F F F F S Students start off the grind of the new semester l9-Has Jack Coonrod collected his bets made at the Junior Class party? 29-Leap Year dance brings joy and cheer to lots of students. 7-8-John Connolly leads the roll of a famous lover in the Junior Class Play. -Concert Choir gives program at Kansas State Teachers College. -All the N. Y. A.students enjoyed skating in the gym. -Spring Fever leads all students home for Easter Vacation. -Nevada High School orchestra gives exchange assembly. -Sharp journies to Chanute with his cast consisting of Frank Creegan, Jewell Bagby, Jack Hoy, Marlen Land,and Francis Ault for Contest Play. -Sassafras is sold with a big bang and lots of slander. -and 13-Members of the orchestra, glee club and chorus meet in Chanute for the District Music contest. and l8 Senior Play is produced with many young romances Educational clinic Many senior girls showed up with dates at the G R invitation party in hopes to be asked in return for the reception Students stand with open eyes at the new prospects who attend Open House Pretty girls of the gym class present stunt acts Florence Moss, Gloria Jenson, Mildred Russell and many other girls flash in their new formals at the Jr Sr reception Jack Nelson bobs up and down at Baccalaureate for religious ser vices are not in his line Chancellor Deane Mallot brings commencement address to many anxious students Pg 53 I , . . . . 1 O 0 De - 21- ' ' - . . . - . 22- ' ' ' il H , 2L,,- , . . 0 I . . - . . 29- ' ' . , 1 . . u . 2- g los 0 J 0 ' J ' . 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Jewell Bagby presents her acting ability to Eleanor Bingham and Roxanne Hayes. John Greenfield, Raymond Cook, and Charles Karleskint leave their seats in the office to any one deserving young trio. Applicants form line to the right. Carolyn Scott and Virginia Brown leave their natural blonde hair to Delores Herd and Lois Ra1BtOn- Ethel Berry and Mary Billman and Carrie John- ston leave their ability to get along lith lother people to Buena Warren, Loene Harlan, 'and Vera Cook. Mildred Russell and Lorraine Thornton leave part of their great height to Dorothy Cnesney and Maxine Wolf. John Hunter,Charles Keal, William.MaXwell and Delton Wade throw the torch to their brothers Bill Hunter, L. C. Keal,Kenneth MaXwell,Clay- ton Wade and bid them hold it high. Harold Boydston leaves his 'line' to Richard Jones who should take advantage of it. Freddie Bass leaves his bumper crop of freck- les to none other than Jack Herring. Willie Hawkins leaves his all to Arlene Burt. vJoseph Connolly leaves his boisterous ways to 3Ernest Dickman and Ralph Barnum. Peggy Myers and Pauline McGrew leave their ,charming manners to Mildred Kells and Corine 'Nance. Harold Anthony says that all he has is his pair of extra sox, but Virgil Robertson can have them if he wants them. Gloria Jensen and Florence Moss leave their ability to talk about just anything to Doris yParker and Bertha Eshelbrenner. tPitchin Paul McMurray sorrowfully surrenders, the nickname,WChuckleheadW to Ralph Smith. Charles Ottey and Richard Tivis leave their position on the Whirlwind basketball squad to Bennie Anderson. iMaryLou Baker leaves her mathematical mind to Qlna Lou McKim. Betty Hurst leaves her cheerleading position and her up to date map of Pittsburg to BettY Cooper. Alice Crouch leaves her memories of her so-- ijourn in dear old F.S.H.S. to Evelyn Collier. :Joan Schumaker and Virginia Post leave their secret of holding their man to Irene Day and Marilyn Whiteside. Hazel Marie Konantz and. Lucille Kells will their popularity to Juanita Jewell and Ida- Maude Cowan. Martha Bringle, Dorothy Faye Crane,and Thelma Shorten leave their radiating personalities to Joanne Miller,Gertrude Antrim, and Wilma Boatright. Richard Voight leaves his oratorical voice to Alden Hemingway. . V - -I .1-.- ' ' M - ---l ., " ' ""-.----..-L-..-.14 . J. -?.:u-1 -:-- .-. ,. c. g.4nz'.m::e1:ax:une1-1-e-e---- Marjorie Goltra and Kathleen Layton bequeath quiet,reserved attitudes to Irene Gooding and Marjorie Lesher. - Shirley Schenck,Oma Morton, andFrances Koontz leave their healthy constitutions to Claudia Kennedy, Marque Weathers, and Ruth Murray. Marjorie Phillips, Juanita Shoemaker,and Mary Lavon Smith leave their ability to keep awake while teachers are talking to Glenda Carl- ton, Lavina Carpenter, and Betty Weiss. Clarence Thornton leaves his swell person- ality to Richard Clarkson. Delton Davis bequeaths his eye for blondes to Bob Adams and Bob Tweedy. Mae Ellen Large leaves the curse of having a misleading name to Frances Swift. Alice Louise Arnold receives the ability to blush from Dorothy Niemier. Louise Noel and Mary Warford leave their contagious smiles to Betty Jean Wilcox and Betty Marie Gardner. Gene Swafford leaves his political powers to Donald Johnston. Thelma Judy says she couldn't give away any- thing this year because it is leap year and she has to use it herself. Max Leek and Warren McCollough leave their disturbing memories of library to George Maffet. . ark Amott and Dale Milburn leave their Phys- ic Workbooks to anyone who takes Physics next year. Bill 'Romeon Bays leaves his lady-killing ways to Sam y WRomeoW Heller. Raymond Haas, Clifford Johnson, and Charles King leave their pencil stubs to Elmer Love, William Culp, and Elmer Smith. Bill Payne, Merle Payne, and Charles Payne give way to a crop of Millers, includinglloyd Miller, Bill Miller and Ralph Miller. Frank Creegan wills his twenty year old joke book to nPopU Dubach, since no Junior can be found who would have it. Connor Gilfillan and John Gordon leave their athletic prowess to Jack Drummond and James Rose. Leroy Marchant, Clarence Creamer, Marlen Land and Virgil Embry will their seats over at Moore's to Charles Lewis, Charles Marquis, Bill Wellington and Robert McCoy. Merle Dorsey would like to give a ride in his car to any good looking girl who would take it. Margie Hall, Letha Mae Swafford, and Edna Mae Kells bequeath their jolly dispositions to Mary Warner, Gene Louise Miller, and Meredith Linn. Margaret Buzzard wills her ability to do so many things at once and do them well to Mary Armstrong. To any Junior whose name has been left out of above said will,Bob Hoy and George Luffel be- queath the honor and pleasure land WORK! of writing the Senior Will of 194111121 Sworn to by THE SENIOR CLASS Sworn at by Bob Hoy and George Luffel. P.S. Any senior left out gives a broken heart to any junior left out. Page 55 - A- ,L-LLQAH---f.-mg. - .J" '3,g,.,' ,1' '.:LL.I.LZ.-.zn :ihz:::u::f-.igmariza-,n 1 gat.. 0 , V V ...L .sez-aggnmy mr--. . W2 f'C?JY::'1: H K fggwfwh-11422-1Tfgtlw-f:-:::..,g-gg?-fu:u:u:1:1gfrf---wruma-:gi-:mga.ff.Qn:z::f:1i:5:fiU5'1iair.:3-:-,QLL.Qm43.'5:.,-,.Q "-4" ' ' -x.v5-45-2?5AaFs'1+-i2f"1f-Ur2r2rr.9-4'3'5"h"211i2P'Jv,"' MQ--'1""-1' ""f"f "P J 'I W 9 R . X if 52. K 9x 423 WS :iq Q . 1 s i s v K E . 'e ' . fi 39? . w 5 ,X Ps 1? 3, s E. wxfl 1.4 zu , , za X 52 .. X X 1 s . ,x f , I 2 1 ' , , , ,. , sf? ., f 4 3 f Y . 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