Fowler High School - Goldbug Yearbook (Fowler, KS)
- Class of 1941
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WHOSE GEN NE SINCEHITY AND
SOUND GUIDANCE HAS MADE HIM
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FOWLE H GH SC OOL. IT IS
WITH APPRECIATION OF LL HE
HAS CO TRIB ED TO ER
AND ITS SCHOOLS THAT WE DE-
DICAT THIS, THE'41G DBUG
Hubert Dillon M S Thelma Nurse B A Earl Dun an h
rlend l r 1t, Southwesbern College South, tern M0119
Pltc Lur oll Home Vconomics In tru entql Hueic
Sun rlnt o Q' irl Reserves
Frances Robinson B William Roberts B S Colleen Carter B S
Southwestern college Pittgburb State nollege 1 S T Keern V Nebraska
n llsh DF9m3tlCS Science qoy Athleticg Lnlver lty oi Neore a
Constitution Tathematics Soanleh
girl s Athletics
James Behler, E.A. Violet Kinder, B. A. Arthur Hildyard, B.S.
FPiGHdS UHiVGPS1tY Wichita University Emporia State College
Phi1l1DS University University of Iowa Social Science
Librarian Commerce Industrial Arts
Kearny C Morain
Hays Kansas State College
Mc Pherson Jr College
Hays State ollege
Garden City Junior College
Friends University, Wichita
Southwestern College Emporia State College
Park College First Grade
Faye State College
O"ahona Cltv University
Southx e tern College
Lucy Carpenter, B.A.
Friends University, Wichita
Northwestern Teacher's College
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Row l Esther Frazier, hleanora Lageman, Julianne Bradley, Alene Nahieu, Regina
Beckerman, Lorraine Callahan, Floydene Barger, Betty Salmon, Row 2 Miss Nurse, John
hlldebrand, Dorothy Foster, Lucille Klein, Leola Marrs, Marjorie Glendening, Mildred
Lampe, Irvin Sobba, Ur Hildyard, Row 5 Ralph Husmann, Leverne Huslig, Lloyd Klein,
Ervin Hill, Wayne Cheney, Ray walker, Roy Marrs
The class of '42 enrolled in Fowler High School as Juniors with
twenty three members At the first class meeting John Hildebrand
w s elected DP8SlQ9Ut Ervin Hill vice oresldent Lucille Klein
secretary treasurer and Julianne Bradley class reporter Miss
Thelma Nulse and Mr Arthur Hlldyard were chosen as the class
The fall picnic was held at the Meade City Park The Juniors and
the teachers oresent enjoyed both the games and the wiener roast
To make money for the spring banouet they presented a three act
comedy nwinning Winnie ' which was directed by Miss Nurse and
Mr Hlldyard This play was given December 16 1940 It was well
received by the audience
The juniors had tnelr class oarty at the high school on Janualy
28 The evening was spent in slaying games, after which everyone
enjoyed the refreshments that were served
The Junior senior banquet was the high light of the year
juniors and the sponsors worked diligently to give the seniors a
banouet they would always remember
The annual Junior senior spring picnic was held nesr the close of
school Everyone had a good time
A successful school year ended when the juniors escorted the
Seniors down the aisle on commencement night
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Beckerman, Evelyn Glenn, Esther Thoman, Ellen Mae Fike, Martha Crown Row 2 Roscoe
Marrs, Elton Edwards, B111 Dewell, Alma Elffner, Edna Mae Brice, Dollie Re1nert,Ruth
Nichols, Velma Gruenbacher, Pauline Marrs, Iula Belle Ree e, lawrence Burn , Robert
Earhart, Bllly Middle wart, Row Row 3 Ib Dungan, Eugene Gooden, Elmer Seyfert,
Heinz, Wayne Cope, Norbert Meyer, Malter Moore, Richard Anton, Harold move , Richard
Row 1 Charlene Cheney, Warrenetta Marre, Betty Bartlett, Gaynel Plymale, Gertrude
Lepel Eileen Steinke Viola Hageman Johanna Beckerman,Marion Huslig Mary Glendening
Row 2 Earl Leatherman,B1lly Harrold,Calv1n Jantz,Donald Plymale,Maybel1e St Lawrence
Margaret Woodruff Mary Helen Bradley Richard Bradley,Henry Husmann,Paul Cure Jerome
Huslig Miss Caroenter Row 5 Raymond Jaurez Dale Low, Billy Post, Warren Rexroad
Alva Moore, Mr Behler Kenneth Roberts, Paul Robinson, Dale Reese Billy Hoffman
Harry Dowell Lawrence Overman
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Marlel Cole Marllyn St lawrence
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and Mr Roberts
Warda Weston, an authoress,an wered
an advertisement of The Jolly Bach
elor's Club, compo ed of lonely
bachelors, who desire to correspond
vlth ladies, 'anda starts the corr
es ondence, horlng that these let
ter xlll furnish her w1th material
for her torles she keeps the let
ters on a very formal basls but
when she break herwrl t and cannot
contlnue, ister,Winnie,beg1ns where
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tenor of the letters and goes ter
r1bly romantic Thislntrigues three
of the "Jolly Bachelors' to such an
extent that they decide to visit
Winnie, who already has a flance,
handsome young Robert Radcllff Win
nie arranges with Tillie, the maid,
as Jinnle and recelve Pete
a rancher from Montana and
secretary, Ethel Elkins, to
Winnie's name when Romney
a young poet, arrives Her
problem is to keepthe three couples
from meeting and to keep all this
from her fiance Mix ups occur and
poor Winnie is at her wit's end,
But the climax is reached when:
Texas,Pete and Romney fall hard for
Tillie, Flora and Ethel,and procure
marriage licenses with the name of
"W1nifred Weston" on them.
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Mis Marlel, a cha ming glrl
tJenty,qnd her u posed father,n ra
Cole, a trance, my te loms an,his
ecretar , Peorge Prout and Pansy,
the mald, llve 1D a lonely hou e at
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orders the geolle a ed, but Tariel
welcomes their arllval Many myster
ious thlng begln to hapien Pinnie
awakes w1th a hand on her th1o1t,
Larry get a bloxon the head ln the
darkne Iorton disxxyears
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who has known too much of hi
life and then makes his get svag
ole was a uitor of hrs Forton and
kidnapped their daughter, Iariel
when she was a baby All ends h p
plly when the Morton flnd out
Marlel 1 thelr oxn daughter
Miss Nurse and Mr. Hildyard
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The Girl Reserve has approximately thirty
members this year.The cabinet of ten girls
Miss Nurse,the advisor,and Miss Carpenter,
our pianist, direct the activities of the
club. The actual work of the group is ac-
complished through committees which meet
once each month at the regular G.R.period.
These com ittees are lead by the cabinet
members and are sponsored by the Y.W,C.A,
One evening in October, Lillian Wright,
Fontella Hatfield,Alene Mahieu,Leola Marrs
Marymaxine Cooper, Mrs. Lasater and Miss
Nurse boarded a school bus and went to
Plains where they attended the Mid-Winter
Conference. Contact with Girl Reserves
from other towns and with the leaders of
the conference gave the girls new ideas
which they eagerly presented to the club,
The annual date party was held on December
5. The senior and junior Hboysu had dates
with the sophomore and freshman girls.Dur-
ing the preceding week the girls received
many a letter from their dates. The party
was in the form of a box supper. TheHBoys'
bought them for fifteen cents. The Christ-
mas party, to which Y.W.C.A. members were
invited, was held at the high school. For
the devotional service,the worship commit-
tee presented a pantomime of the Christmas
story from Luke. After the program, games
were played and light refreshments were
served Everyone brought a gift These
gifts were sent to the Children's Home at
In February, a week was set aside for com
munity week The purpose was to better
acouaint the community with activities of
the G R and Y W C A Names for heart pals
were drawn and on Wednesday everyone en
qoyed the valentine party Thursday even
ing the girls entertained their fathers at
a banquet The annual event for the mothers
and daughters was in the form of a tea,the
theme was carried out through the decor
ations, refreshments, and the program
At the HHalf and Half Party' everyone came
dressed in peculiar combinations of cos
tumes and even the refreshmentscarrled out
the opposite motif The last meeting of
the year was a farewell to the seniors and
a welcome to the eighth graders
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HI Y CABINET HI Y MEMBERS
First Row Billy Harrold, Billy Middleswart, John Hlldebrand, Ralph
Jaurez, Eugene Plymale, Ray Walker, Fred Eaton Second Row Arthur
Hildyard, advisor, Raymond Jaurez, Bill Post, Elton Edwards, Harry
Dowell, Richard Reese, Lawrence Overman, Donald Plymale, Calvin Jantz
Earl Dungan, advisor Third Row Robert Earheart, Richard Anton, Paul
Robinson,Kenneth Roberts, Jack Kissel, Ervin Hill,Robert Post, William
Burch, Warren Rexroad,
The Hi Y organizatlon means high youth It works together with the
A watermelon feed was given at the beginning of the school year for
all the boys who were interested in goinlng the club There were
twenty two members 1n Hi Y this year The cablnet, which is composed
of John Hildebrand, Ervin Hill, Ray Walker, Robert Post, Freddie Eaton
Jack Kis el, Max Turner and Richard Anton, together wlth the sponsors,
hr Hildyard and Mr Dungan, went to the d1StT1Ct Hi Y meeting at Dodge
The play, 'Fa1th, Hope, and Flarity, was given by the Hi Y and G R
The two Organlzatlons went CHTOl1Hg at Chrlstmas time, after whlch the
P1 Y gave the G R a ch1l1 supper, Mr Hildyard was the chief cook
The Hi Y and G R also had a heart pal party
several intere ting meetlngs were held second semester and the club
experienced a very successful year
IHI Y GR PLAY cAsT
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City. There everyone had a very interesting and educational afternoon
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Places' Footllght ' Curtaln' axd the show 1S on' Although the e may
have been no Helen HaXs's or Alfred Iunts ln the dramatlcs clas , nev
ertheless lt was a brllllant eme ter for ,lay productlon uch fam
11131 lines as HOh, what a beautlful rose' and 'l'll have to use the
tin cup no , and HOh dear, oh dear, oh dear, nothlng ever hapiens
here' , wlll call up tender lecollectlons 1U our actor ' mlnd a long
tlme after they are graduated from Fowler Hlgh school
The clas learned man practlcal thlngs ln the fleld of drama Tle
flr t 1X week xere srent 1D learnlng the fundamental of actlng
Durlnp the econd SlX weeks the class worked on t o laf HNot Qul e
ouch A Goose, and HThe Clod ' A course
second slx week's Work The thlrd slx
of three act lays and to UTGp8T1Hg
whlch were presented on the evenlng of
the people of Fowler
lH make up was lncluded in the
weeks Jas devoted to the study
program of three one act rlays
Aprll 29, a entertalnment for
The class took The Clod to the Lodge
Clty F6St1VBl on March 2l, and recelved
a rating of excellent On Aprll la, they
rent to Coldwater forthe Iroouols League
Members of the dramitlc class Fir t row
Margorle Glendenlng, Ruth Dowell, Leona
Dowell, Freddle Faton, Rlohard Reese
Second row Evelyn Glenn, Jaunlta Deaver,
Viola Covey, Robert Po t, Robert Earhart
HOL why should I tease you, Philip dearlu nTelegram for you all, honeyln
Mary Jane Helnz
P ul Glen and Bill
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Gladys Burton, Mary Jane H6lDQ, Margorle FOb1HSOH
Marllyn t Laxrence and Maude a Harda a
N153 ROblHSOH and Mr Roberts
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MBTJOYIL Robmson Pxacme
Lorraine Callahan Man W ho
Comes to our House
MTTXIIIBXIIIQ Cooper N15 Reverlo
Ploulenc Bargzr Only Foxever
Norma Harrold When the Swal
lou: tome back to Caputrano
Bm 3 Salmon Im nobody 4 Bahy
tnlzttm Gerber Lxttle Halls A e
Charlene Cheney Imngmatlon
Eleanor Ilageman Playmates
Ardnth Gardner Among My
Ellen Fnkc Roundup m Heaven
Dorothy McGuire Ill Never
M Dfungan Dxd your wnle
scold when you cams home so
late last mghtf
Mr Dlllon You don t know what
xt xo to have a wife who was
once a school teacher She sxm
ply made me wma one hundred
Innes on a slate I must be home
by ten oclock
Paul Cure When I read abo t
the marvels of electncxty xr
maker. me amp and thmk
Miss Carter Imagme that' Isnt
lt wonderful what electrlcxlv
Judge I :ce to recognize you
Prlsuner "I taught your daughtel
Judge "F1fteen years at hard
The Gold and White Echoes
NORHA LEE HARROLD
EDNA MAE HRIFI1
SENIOR RADIO IROCRAM
The semor radxo program mu
gxven last Friday night The an
nouncers were Bob Poet and Paul
Glenn Thc prrogram wam ae fol
lows solo by Vlxse Qarpent r
Clarinet solo Bill Burch Two
numbers lv the lnple trm nad
mg by Glenn Lheney and one byr
Mxss Rf0bllI50II solo by Mr Hlld
yard trumpet duet by Puddle
Eaton and Mary Jane Ilelrz
vxohn solo by Mr Dungan saxo
'phone trio by Marymaxlne Cooper
Coletta Garber and Ldna Mae
Bruce and number by Gene Hn'l
and Bonme Worford
the Artumn Valley bovs com
posed of Ralph luxrcz acl,
Klssel Mxx and Ray Walker also
played sono good number: 'lhe
semors vnxh to thank eurwone for
coming vu hope mu enjoyed t
The seniors seem to have a good
basketball team thls year Any
way the boys beat the wphomorew
and the-n they beat the Jumorq xn
the basketball toxrnament whuh
was held Thursday and Frndav
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The Fowler High School Band, an organization of forty members, under the direct1on of
Earl Dungan, lS one of the most actlve organi 3tlOHS of the school The group worvs
hard, and appears in many public functions, either in concert or on the march La t
fall new uniforms were purchased for the band The flashy Hussar models were a great
improvement over the old unlforms and many compliments were extended on both the ap
pearance and performance of the Fowler band
For the first out of town appearance last fall the band accompanied the football team
to Bucklin A week later the group particlpated lh a band fest at Garden City along
with sixteen other bands from the Southwest After the parade, all the bands attended
the concert by the United States Navy Band ThlS program was a real thrill and in
spiration to everyone who attended Other tries were made to Meade for the football
game to Protection for the Iroquois League Instrumental Festival, and to Dodge City
for the district contest
At football or basket ball games, the band was always present, doing lts best to sup
port the team.
Row l Maybelle St Lawrence, Geraldlne Edwards, Eleanora Hageman, Norma Harrold
Martha Crown, Esther Erazler, Leona Dowell, Ruth Dowell, Edna Mae Brlce, Maudessa
Hardaway, Row 2 Gaynel Plfmale, Mildred Lampe, Alene Mahieu, Elleen eteinke
Floydene Barger, Betty alien, Geraldlne Plymale, Gertrude Le,el, Esther Thoman,
Marilyn St Lawrence, Lula Belle Reese, arrenetta Marrs, Fontella Hatfleld Row 3
Charlene Cheney,V1ola Hageman, Dollle Relnert, Ellen Mae E1ke,Ard1th Gardner, Juanlta
Deaver, Dorothy McGu1re, Margaret Noodruff, Ruth Nichol Leola Marrs, Mlss Carpenter
First Row Edna Mae Brice, Gertrude Lepel, Eileen Steinke, Eleanora Hageman, Maybelle
t Lawrence, Esther Thoman, uaynel Plymale, Warrenetta Marrs, Norma Harrold, Esther
Frazier Second Row Miss Carpentel, Elton Edwards,Bob Earhart, Dollie Reinert, Alena
Mahieu, Floydene Barger,Geraldine Plymale, Mildred Lampe, Ellen Fike, Eugene Plymale,
Raymond Juarez Third Row George Cope, Ralph Juarez, Roy Frazier, Paul Robinson,
William Burch, John Heinz, Kenneth Roberts,Max Walker, Wayne Cope,Jack Kissel, Robert
Post, Harold Covey, Richard Anton, Mr Dungan
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Fir t row Eugene Plymale,Clarence Burns, Max Turner, Irvin eobba, eylve ter Steinke,
Roy Marrs, Irvin Hlll, Elmer Dabbelt, Robert Post, Robert bobba, Ceorge Cope, econd
zow Ralph Juarez, Billy Hoffman, Roscoe Marrs, Elton Edward , PT6dd16 Eaton, Lloyd
Klein, ajne Cheney, Alfred Marrs, John Hllderbrand, Ralph Husmann, Donald Plymale,
Calvln Jantz, Jerome Husllg, Irvin Marrs, hr Dlllon, Thlrd row Mr Hnldvard, Dale
Low, Bill Dewell, Billy Post, Iawrence Burns, Dale Reese, Norbert Myer , Jayne Cope,
John He1nz,Warren Rexroad,Richard Reese, Robert Earhart, Raymond Juarez,Coach Roberts
The Fowler Goldbugs opened thelr iull season
wlth thirty nlne boys reportlng to the field
for practice After three weeks of hard pract
ice ve met the Ashland team on our home
field We were disappolnted xt the way the
score turned out but we felt a lot better t
the end of the season Ashland tied Bucklin
for first place IH IPO1uO1S League standing
for the year
Won Lost Tie
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First Slngles Rlchard Reese
oecond olngles Robert Earhart
Alternate Slngles Dale Low
Coach arl Dungan
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The Meade lnvrtatron Meet was
Fowler Won Track
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Minn-oln Nuond Mamie Third
hlnmlt lourth Fnklnwood
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run off on schedube last Thursday
afternoon The hugh wand and dust
were quite a handucap and many
outslsndun, performances qulte
Fowler won frrfat place xn the
meet wrth a total of 6951, pornhs,
Mmneolo wa, second wrth 46
Meade thlrd with 401-I Krsmet
fourth with ll and Englewood
fifth wmth 7
Post of Fowlxx was the oulstand
mg performer of the 'lfternoon
wrth a wtal of 15 pmnts garnered
from frrsts mn the 100 ward dash
"XJ yard, dash and shot put IMS
cf Mnnneola scored 12 pnmts
wmmng fxrst rn the 1"0 yard hr
hurdle and J:-nelln and hy ml-ur!!
thud place lll the dx tus Lee oi'
Mlnneola was third hugh rn e
meet wrth a point total of O12
earned by wmnxng first m e
broad Jump second rn the
put and tremg for second rn e
Summary of results from
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PUSI' FIRQT AND SOBBA THIRD 100 YD DASH
HIGH HURDLEB 440 YARD DASH
lex: Mxnneoln Tame 181gq
911 .L Shaw Meade
4 A Mnrrs Fowler
100 1AR.D DASH
Post Fowler 'hme 103 up
Charles Hiwlrda, lqdg
YM 5 mln 28-6 sec
880 YARD RELAY
Time.. 1 min 44.6 sec
lst George bdwards Men-e
Txme 61.5 sec
Zn Roy Marr' Fowler
.Roscoe Marrs Fowler
lst A Marrs Fowler mme
3rd Shaw Meade
4th Burn Fowler and Br
Farley Meade Ktnedj
'hme 4 mm 135 sec
880 YARD RUN
lst Fuhrman Monde
Time 2 min "7.8 see
2nd Brooks, Drglewood
HnRn1.rP" IN AL Tl on TRACK sown
3rd Clay Meade
hh Blonche! Mlrneol
D1 YARD DASH
lst Post Fowler Trme ...J nec
0 hxlvurrb Meade
R. Miller Meade
RELAY Time 4 V
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b2nd .bee Mrrmwln
R Marrs Fowler
POLE VAULT 9 ft 1014- rv
Ball ani lee Mar cola
Burns and Luton Fowler
DIHIUS 109 ft 9 In
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3rd lens. Mnnneoln
4th Knott, Mend!
ht Carlson, lmneola 5 fl. 215m
Zvi Klot: Dxglgwood, Hilli-
hrll Meade and Marshall llmncoln
151, Leis, Mmneoh 134 ft 9 rn
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3rd Hurley linnidl
hh Plymlle, Fowler
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bd Walker Fbllor
Ird Nnohart Kismet
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BASEHALL TEAM IN' ACTION BASEBALL SQUAD
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First row Gertrude Lepel, Norma Lee Harrold, Gaynel
Plymale, Warrenetta Marrs, Betty Rae Bartlett, Evelyn
Glenn, Lulu Belle Reese, Charlene Cheney, Johanna
Beckerman, Marion Husl1g,Second row Reglna Beckerman,
Betty Salmon, Lorralne Callahan, Coletta Gerber,
Margorie Roblnson, Maybelle St Lawrence, Maudessa
Hardaway,Geraldine Edwards,Fontella Hatf1eld,Jul1anne
Bradley, Third row Alene Mahieu,E1leen Stlenke, Leola
Marrs, Ellen Mae Flke, Lucllle Kleln, Juanlta Deaver,
Mary Jane Heinz,Mary Helen Bradley,Velma Gruenbacher,
Edna Mae Brice, Catherine Gerber
The Girls' Athletlc Associatlon has suc
C9ssfully ended lts thlrteenth year Thls
active organlzation 1S supervised by the
state, and awards are glven accordlng to
a polnt system The glrls earn their polnt
by partlolpatlng in various sports such
as soft ball, volley ball, basket ball,
folk games, hikes, and unorganlzed actlv
itlSS outside school hours for a perlod
of eight weeks
Our first activlty for the year was soft
ball which was played for eight weeks
Then some drilling for our pep club was
In January we started basketball, and on
February 7, the exciting tournament games
their skill by not being defeated this
year The senlor team took second place
We finished the basketball season by
having our banquet on February 28
Our spring 8Ct1VitiSS lncluded h1k1ng,
folk games, stunts and gymnastlcs
The G A co operated with the Girl
Reserves in presenting the May Fete
G A A girls performed the dances,acted
as attendants, and the queen herself,Mar
jorie ROb1DSOn, is active in G A A as
we l as in G R
went to Bucklln
and on Ma ch 26,
to Plalns The
day at Wichita
A group of eleven girls
in the fall for play day
fourteen girls were sent
rest engoyed their play
Girls recelving their fourth awards this
year were Coletta Gerber and Mary Jane
Heinz Quite a number of first, second
and third awards were earned this year
G A A DRILL
President of Board Coletta Gerber
V1C8 Presldent Ellen Mae Fike
Secretary Treasurer Betty Salmon
Point System Manager Mary Jane Heinz
Advlgor Catherine Gerber
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began. The junior team showed the school
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The G A A Banouet was held on February 08 The theme for the
banquet was farmerettes The g1TlS came dressed ln cotton
wash dresses, and engoyed themselves immensely The banquet
xas held 1U the clothlng room
Folk danolng lS another phase of G A A work He e
Members of the enior girls' basketball
Edwards, Plymale, Hardaway,and Hatfield
Qeniors won second ln the tou nement
The junlor girls captured the title of One of the G A A requirements is to take hikes in
Champs in the tollrnament MSHVDGPS the fall and spring The Goldb cameraman caught
are Klein, Mahiml: MQPPS: Callahan, a group of' these 'bonny lassies Just as they were
salmon. Beckerman, and Bradley starting out
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parallel to this beloved frlend and classmate
Hls was a llfe of friend hlp and sport man
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comparable, energetlc personality wlll never'
be forgotten by the class of '4l,the faculty,
and other- devoted friends
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Madam Lu Zongs, the greatest fortune teller,
reveals the future of tee class of '41 She
has a crystalball with the power to scan the
world and flnd outstanding peo le The dark
ball suddenly shows the land of ice and snow
and here in Alaska we f nd the former Miss
Robinson, her exrlorer husband and several
children No doubt you've heard of that fam
ous William Hobart Burch, who is now a mis
sionary and doctor in Kcbalo Africa We jour
ney up the Vile and who sh uld m et us but
larjorie Robinson ln her little birch canoe,
no doubt on her way to Kobalo Miracles do
happen for here in Buenos Aires, Argentlna,
we find Viola Covey teacrlng the Rumba Mar
ried to a preachers daughter we find Foy Fra
zier who is now commander of afleet stationed
at Guam In icy Greenland we find a noted
scientist, Clarence Burns Here in the Blue
Goose Nite Club, Maudessa Hardaway is singing
and danclng the 'South American Nay ' It's
rumored that she is running around with that
famous playboy Freddie Eaton You ought to
see his pent house In Honolulu we flnd Mary
Jane He nz escaping the clutches of Edwards
In Mexico we found that ever grlblng Juarez
President of Mexico, direct ng the Pecns
th midst of raris we flnd Eugene Plymale a
famous designer of dresses for the latest
odels Max Turner has succeeded in becoming
a soldier of fortune and is an avlator in San
Diego,Cal fornla Here we are back in Kansas
At Wichita we find Marylln St Lawrence inter
ested ln selling baby walkers Geraldine Ply
male a little east ofthe fair city of Fowler,
has become Mrs Hicks, Alfred Marrs has step
ped into D18 dads shoes,1s farmlhg in Western
Kansas, and owns the largest Artesian well
ever dug Gladys Burton is spendlng her time
in Fowler rals ng her family Robert Sobba
is raising his family on a farm at Fowler,
has married a girl that was a sophomore when
we were seniors and is amember of the school
board In the hustle and bustle of New York we
find Vincent Callahan who has also taken up
his father's trade and is frying hamburgers
A great voice which wil' go down in history
comes from the senior class,as Ardith Gardner
is an opera singer at the Metropolitan in New
xork City were on the baseball field with the
New York Vankees we f1nd Sylvester Stelnce
'hat a wing Lights, Camera, Action, Cope is
on the screen in Hollywood attempting to be
the second Mickey Rooney,but no hope as yet
Teaching the klndergarden in Chicago,Ill1no1s
we flnd Geraldlne Edwards no doube there are
intelligent kids Over the Hills and dells
flies a T V A airliner there at the window
we see Coletta Gerber,a stewardess She spends
her spare moments watchlng the hills go by,
and we do mean hills For the last five years
Paul Glenn has announced the world series and
has written all the latest popular nits for
the most popular star of the screen, Fontella
Hatfield we don't know if its love or not At
Dallas Texas, a wall street cowboy is still
slapping that bass kids We find Lillian
drlght down here bringing up the little bass
slappers At Denver,Colorado,Dorothy Leather
man has become a home econmonic teacher and
Eldena L1ttle,an outstandlng algebra te cher
Irvln Marrs is still making weekly trips to
Colorado It must be a girl Manager of the
girls on the switch board in Kansas City,
Missouri we find Dorothy McGuire At St Louis
we see Robert Post married and proud father
of three chunkie boys who are outstandlng
football players Mr Roberts is a world famous
doctorln Texas and has discovered how to take
a man's head off and put it back on again
without leaving a scar
And so the Senior Class of 1941 and their
soonsors go down in ristory
We the Senior Class being of sound mine and
body do hereby establish and ordaln our last
will and testmony in this year of Our Lord
nineteen hundred and forty one As a class
we bequeath to our underclassmen and succ
essor the privilege of running, as they see
fit, the high school of Fowler in the middle
of the wheat belt
Max Turner Leaves his school books to Mr
Dillonl Lillian Wright Her big feet to
Jerome Huslig Geraldine Plymale Her quick
temper to Mr Hildyard William Burch His
ability to run in the halls to Mary Glenden
ing Robert Sobba His place at the study
hall window to Lawerence Burns Marjorie
Robinson Her possession of Burch to Maybelle
St Lawrence Cla ence Burns His way with
the women to Hank Husmann Mary Jane Heinz
Her girlish figure to Mildred Lampe Freddie
Eaton His school gi l complexion to Raymond
Juarez Eldena Little Her height to Billie
Harrold. Irvin Marrs--Leaves Cheney to Dale
Reese to hold for future use. Vincent Calla
han Wills his green tweed pants to Ervin H111
LFor a small fee you can also get his sus-
pendersl Ardith Gardner--Leaves her quiet
ways and manners to Norbert Meyers LMay they
be well appreciatedj Ralph Juarez Leaves his
girl at Dodge to Roy Marrs. LIf she will have
himb Maudessa Hardaway Leaves her way with
the teachers to Dale Low and Eugene Gooden.
George Cope Bequeaths his artistic temperment
to Irvin Sobba Roy Frazier Unwilllng leaves
his many freshmen girl friends to that man
about town Mr Micheal Husmann Marilyn St
Lawrence Hills her breath taking cowboy to
her sister Maybelle Kplease handle with carel
Gladys Burton Leaves her ability to keep
house and raise a family to Lulu Belle Reese.
Geraldine Edwards Leaves her sweet baby face
to Mary Helen Bradley in hopes it shall never
be lifted Sylvester Steinke Leaves his weak
voice to Alene Mahieu Fontella Hatfield
Wills her arguing ability to Martha Crown
Eugene Plymale His good looks to Roscoe Marrs
Dorothy McGr1re Her bright ideas to Leverne
Huslig Alfred Marrs Does not want to will
his blgfeet to anyone tHe might need theml
Dorothy Leatherman Her big brown eyes to Ray
Walker Jack Kissel Wills his boots
'Baboon' Paul Glenn His nickname to Kenneth
Roberts Viola Covey Her ability to attract
out of town visitors to Norma Lee Harrold.
Robert Post His athletic ability to Juanita
Deaver. Coletta Gerber--Her maidenly form to
This document drawn up by members Of the
day the twentysecond of the month of April in
the year of nineteen hundred and forty-one,
is therefore publicaly announced and recorded
by the Senior Class.
Signed by Mr. Max.Turner, Miss Coletta Gerber
d Mr. Robert Post.
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