Frankfort Community High School - Red Bird Yearbook (West Frankfort, IL)

 - Class of 1937

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THE1937 RED BIRD PUBLTQHED BY TLIV SENICR CLASS WP 1917 I3 UI THE YPARBCDQK QF PRANKFQRT CQMMUNITY I-HTH SCHOQL 'WEST FRANKFQR ILLINCDIS .l. LL 1 ,J fx XJ x., Il TOR. f'.Aff1l IXHIIQ .fl'T'E f'z7.f. Ee',T5IfITQ53 MATIAGEI? AVI MOH .EAN FAC UTY AIQXQFSQH. GHC' QUYHF FAflUI,'l'V AU'.f"F5QH Ei. "i WALFSTQII T J J 'T' Bums nina 'r inooii MARCH' RENT ON THIRD g PROVES T0 B . .TIME 'rm lYEARi succissiu.. -1.1-1-1---4 Close Guarding Gam-e l x 7 5 l .......---.... ? MANY ooivivriozvs Ends wlth Blrds 'Oni For the first time in the history Long Ends of of F. C. H. S. a "flood inarcli' has Count' ii been held. This is the name givenf ------- ' i Basketball is beginning to be an in and out affair in FCHS. To .prove this point, the Birds fought put a 14-S win over Benton Friday Qnd then staggered before a lowly 1' egarterville onslaught to lose by a 3639 score. 55: Frankfort started right off 'iyhen Haff made a one-hand pivot Riot from the side. However Hall dropped in a foul shot and set side ,to the flood relief donations of F4 iC. H. S. The students were asked? to bring food, clothing and, prefer-Q lably, money, as it could be morei easily distributed in the Hooded? area. The teachers and students? marched across the stage in tliefir l auditorium, giving what moneyi food or clothing that they wantedg ito give. 5 5 The results of this fiood Exam Exemption Given As Reward To Some Students High Grades, Demerits and Punctuality Are Counted For Exemptions. SOME PUPILS LUCKY A Vacation Will Be Given 1 All the Students Who Will Be Excused, , For the first time in many years students of F. C. H. S. are being given exemptions from the semesi ter examinations. It is classed as a reward for high grades, pun tuainess and no demerits. 'Il by-laws are as follows: fab No student will be from anv examination who has merits charged against him on were above tions everyone's were as follows office records. TO RECALL TCD YOUR MIND THE HAPPY AND THRILLING EVENTS OE THE PAST- MAY THESE MEMORIES LINGER EGR MANY IOYQUS YEARS. . C. H. S BAND AS. SAID TD BE .BEST IN PARADE ' ll Groups Equally Judged and Given Twenty-two Dollars and Fifty Cents. FCHS band marched in the Gras at Herrin, Monday, 12. There were eleven school bands participating in parade and each band received sum of twenty-two dollars and cents. Moving pictures were taken of whole parade including bands floats, of which there were hundred and fifty. The Mardi which means THE ANNUAL STAEE SANS SPONSORS QUEEN AND WALSTON A REENACTMENT OE THE MEMORABLE EVENTS OE OUR SCHOOL YEAR AS CLTPPED PROM ISSUES OE THE SCHOOL NEWSPAPER AND PORTRAYED IN THE RED BIRD. 1 1 ' .4 'U TH We the Sen1or class of 1937 dechcate th1s volurne to the teachmg professlon We thrnk lt h1gh1y f1tt1ng tore take thls rneans of calhng attent1on to that vast throng of pat1ent people Wno year by year stay at the1r post of duty ln splte of cr1t1c1sm adverslty de press1on low wages non payment d1saster or ep1 d91T11C E RED 9 y 'HH .Pe W 'f 5 5 Q and proper that this recoanition be made. We there- B I R D 1 3 7 W fntet me Tower eatmnj J... QS '4 .1 U 4 If A . jf THE RED BIRD 19 I -.-........,,- .Q-Aw! Our home for four yeoxrs Where we Work and ploy toword or gool thot IS htgher oword o better most of oll understondmg of our selves E ED 9 understanding of our fellows ond R B I R D 1 3 7 OTIS R A G L LEO ARLIE STONE SWOFI-'ORD LIMERICK MQCDONALD MURPHY President Secretary mzmfttatlon It IS Wlth great prlde that we pre sent our Board of Educatron These mer deserve the hlghest commen the cause of youth No c1t1zer1 can asp1re to a loftler callmg than that wh1ch QIVGS freely of ms tlme and talent m furthermg the educatxorm of future generahons ' in 49 I dation for their urtselfish service irt THE RED BIRD 19 PRINCIPAL S B SULLIVAN Our gerucxl and undelstcmdlng leader To hlm We turn for gu1dc:1nce for l1'1Sp1I'QI1OH Moy Semors long remember h1s words and may those who grcmducxte 111 yeciri to follow hsten Well to hls counsel THE RED BIRD 1937 8 , . 1 1 0 t 'Lcufty No school can be better than tts faculty No matter how flne the physl cal eau1pment or how wealthy the cornmun1ty or how hrghly pa1d tts teach ers a school rn any commun1ty wrll be only med1ocre unless 1t possesses a splendld staff of teachers The successful teacher rn addrtton to bemg Well tratned IH her teachmg reid must be suffrcrently Well mformed rn the other frelds so as to have a broad understandmg of the school as a whole and a keen apprec1at1on o students problems She must be genurnely sympathe tlc mth the problems of youth rn general so that she wrll be lc as a real frrend and helper by all students who come rn contat The super1or schools are those schools wh1ch are fortunate rn hc ers of such aualrty IH abundance The F C H S staff consrsts of thrrty full ttme teachers on teacher two study hall keepers one l1brar1an one secretary tv ance men and the prrncrpal Srxteen of the full trme teachers ar fourteen are womert Smce the enrollment rn our htgh school IS 1200 the number of teachers for such an enrollment 1 exceed Most schools o the State wrth an enrollment as large a ours orty to forty uve teachers on therr regular staff and some even means tnat each teacher IS regu1rea to do about one th1rd aga1n as much work as she should be reau1red to do Thrs unusual load makes rt rmpossrble for our teachers to do many o the thrngs Ln the way of extra class acttvr tres fvhrch they should ltke to do The average tendre of the teacher rn our htgh school ts 76 years Ntne have taught tn thls system ten or more years Nme have taught less than frve years E ght of the men teachers and four of the women teachers hold Master Degrees A number of other teachers are well on thelr way toward thelr Master Degrees The amount of preparatton and the amount of ex DGTIDHCS of F C H S teache s constrtute a sutfrcrently hrgh standard to meet the most rrgrd reau1ren ents The school rs fully recogmzed by the State De partment and the State Umverslty and fully accredrted wrth the North Cen tral Assoc1at1on Pvery teacher on our staff IS teach1ng every perrod 1n the chool day wrth the excertron of two athletrc coaches who have one free p rrod each ln addr t on to tn s teachmg load most o tfte teachers are responsrole for the drrectlon of some extra c lrrrcular actrvrty lf State funds become ctvarlable o as to make possrble tl e l rtng of more teachers 1t rs hoped that me may be able to GSSIQP two teachers to tl e posrtrons of dean of boys and dean of grrls The secretary and the llbrar an have been mth the syste 1 nvne and ten ,fears respectlvelv and the mamtenance rre have been '1 th school more than ten years The prrrc pal IS servrng hls srxtft year Our greatest rteed so fdr as teachers are concerned IS sufflcrent revenue to hrre more teachers to our staf and o thcrease the salarres of our present teachers to a wage commensurate mth the work they do THE RED BIRD 1937 3 AX , . , . - - - - 11 Y L s., . 'L 1 - - -- ' 1 . .s 3 WC -1. . , ' , ., . . ' s , A . ' a .. . r . ., 4 1 . ' - 7 s , r e . - . , F ft ' .-1 . ,. c . s A 111 f , . ' . .. V 'I '- . 1 ' ,, rr . . . , , r , . A x .n .1. e.. . .i!.n. .., .. .l,. L , , , . .. . , l, 4. . . t ,n . . , Y , THE RE Top Row LDGAR BAIN B SOCICII Studles S A CHANGNON B Ed Luke Forest U State Normal U Northwestern Illmols U Hxstory Couch MILDRED COX E B S T Enghsh Lcxtm R L CROWELL B T Brology Health R B EADIE o S o Soctal Stuches D BIRD 1937 Lower Row E W EBBLER A B McKendree Blology WAYNE H ELY A B Indlcmcx State M A II'1d1CI1'1CI State Mathemfmcs LILLIAN G FRANCIS U of Illmols B Commerc1c11 Subyects U o Enghsh and MUSIC ALICE L GRANT A U Oo COlUIT1b1Q U Engllsh I Ed., , s. 1.. 1. c. ' . C, Eel, ., s. 1. T. c. d. .1.V . c. NEVA PEARL GLOYD B. M., . flll. Eg. ., s. 1. . C. A H B. s., 11. f 111 B. SW U. f IHA M. ., H. fI11. 11. E ., U. fu 111. - ' ' 10 if yfigw fsflsiimf HMT' W IAMES HASTIE U of Il xno1 B U of Alabama Engllsh CAROLYN I-IELMING A B Cornell C M A Columbxa U Mathematlcs I-IARLAN C I-IODGES Shurtleff U of lll1no1 U of Colorado Health Hlstory Coach ALICE HOYE A B McKendree C M A U of WISCONSIN Spanlsh Speech Iournahsm GRACE WILSON A B Colo Stae Tea Te C Spa 1S'I l and 2 Lower Row MARIAN KELLY Mwldlebury College Umvers ty of Pans Columbla UHIVSYQIIY U of ll mn French Erglmh RALPH KRUPP B M A U of M1 hlg n Matlfematlcs Physlcs H W MCCLINTOCK Ph B Shurtleff C Umverslty of lll1no1s Social Studles Coach MONICA MIKALS Ph B U ofCh1cago ll A U of llllno Q I of Southern Calxf English VELMA NAVE C E Umversuy of Ill Engllsh THE RED BIRD 1937 W1 fri . MQ: O O 1 . l' 'S ' Ed ., 3. 1. T. C. - T I I A B., . 1A oils ' T' . ' - Ed. ., s. 1. T. C. . ., . A 'c ' la Ed. B., s. 1. T. C. ' ' . . . lf I' f ' 1. V S. T. T. I . d. B. ll ' C' f' fgdeffff jf f 4 'help ..e -Q2 U jflf ffllv'-'fo 61 Aa-4 ff- 3 TOP ROW C. E. SUMMERVILLE VONNIE B. WADE B. S., lndiana State Gregg College GEORGE QUEEN Shop, Mechanical Drawing Springfield Iunior College Ed B., S. l. T. C. S. It T. C' M4 U- O-f Ill- , BERNICE SWOFFORD Shorthand and Typing Social Studies, English University of MO Christian College H C WALSTON Home Economics . . N' A' ROSAN A, B., Iames Millikin U. A. B., Ewing College Lower How ph. Mu! U4 of Wisconsin M, U- Ol Michigan MAXINE TUCKER Chemistry, Algebra Social Studies Gregg COM g e e Northwestern U. Sh h d d T ' MAURINE EBB HAL STONE ort an an yping Ed B S IV! C Ed. B., s. 1. T. c. GUY E. TUCKER English An U, of Alabama B. S., McKendree C. HiST0YYf GGOQYCIPVIY M. A., Northwestern U. Math. GLADYS HARGRAVE ETHEL MORRIS Study Hall School Librarian RUTH TEAGUE THEODORE PASCHEDAG School Secretary Vandercook School of Music Band Orchestra THE RED BIRD. 1937 I 12 eniou of 193 7 I ames Sm1th Pres1der1t W1ll1e Rose VICE Pres1der1t Elmo Lamont S ecretcxry Raymond Dav1dson Treasurer E RED 19 THW .BI R D I , J" I I X H U' Q 'Y fm ,Y 1' L' Jfrl,',T,Ilg"l ' V g 1' F." A' -A A Harold Baker Steve Balgrosky Harry Banyclry Iohn T. Barnett Frank Benedetti Emmett Bergm Gene Boner Samuel Boustead Lowell Boyd Marge Bram Maxme Brown lean Browmng Mary Chornak Wayne Carlisle Sybil Charon Mathew Connell Eugene Cotter Robert Coulson Gene Cox Myrtle B Cox ETHEL ADKINS a Spantsh club prexy and a good one at that l-IENRIETTA ALLEN a lrttle btt that goes a long way EDWIN ARNETT Engltsh IS ht Waterloo ANNA MAE AVERY klnd stncere and sweet HAROlD BAKER laughing happy and ea y gorng STEVE BALGROSKY beheves that srlence rs worse than dea h ELEAINOR BANEY an auburn ha1red lady that mayors IH everythlng she un dertakes HARRY BANYCKY a httle guy but a NON tn athletlc IOHN T BARNETT h1s studxes suffered but oh the ladles apprectated 1t LEONA BELL -autet weet and stncere FRANK BENED ETTI rr'1schev1ous dark eyes doesnt have a lot to say EMMETT BERGIN a true soldter man GENE BONER a htgh powered reporter SAMUEL BOUSTEAD an Engl1sh chap abrupt and bashful an all Arrer1can qtrl with personality plus MA XINE BROWN yolly and aay wlth brown eyes that dance IEAN BROWNING what a stmg her gossrp column carr1es LEON BRYANT takes h1s s1ng1ng ertously BOB BUSCH a very lmpresslve hgure 1n school WAYNE CARLISLE a g1ft of knowl edge lS h1s EUGENE CARTER can he play that sltde trombone? AUBREY CHAMPION Orchestra as fa as he concerned the rroon and stars are spelled T h e l d a SYBIL CHARON a fatthful mem ber of the Band MARY CHORNAK Delovely IS the word lor her MATTHEW CONNELL Lxfe 1 yust a bowl of che-rr1e why be part1cular7 NORMAN CORBIN honest endeavor makes for success EUGENE COTTER a stamp far' a ltttle fellow wlth a btg personalttv ROBERT COULSON goes for athlet1cs GENE COX srncere ktnd and sweet MYRTLE BLANCHE COX so very tntelltgent never does anythrng wrong THE RED BIRD 1937 14 Q M ," A .. -.H 1 LOAJVELE BOYDLinterested in drarnatics-who knows, he may be a second RoberTTaylor . . . MARGE I 1 A" Betty Mae Crain Irene Crawford Elva lane Crim Italine Covilli Robert Cullen Velma Clayton Raymond Davxdson Vade Davls Dorman Depper Charles Dillon lack Dorns Pete Duffln Chester Ed1son RlChGId Evett Eumce Eubanks va Dean Eddmgs NAIIESH Eubanks Max Fly rence Gnf 1n art Greenwood DMU GJ..-9 Poo-0 BETTY MAF CRAIN would never suffer from a sour d1spos1t1on IRENE CRAWFORD ha1ls from Ben t belo'1g to u ELVA IANE CRIM DICE? to have around ITALINE COVILLI a pep Clubber always ROBERT CULLEN the qu1et typ GdlO h1s hobby VELMA CLAYTON a wow 1n the 1 lor Play o'1e who takes respons1b1l1t1es ser1ously RAYMO ID DAVIDSON a barrel of fun and fool I" e VADE DAVIS cart he go to town on h1s flute DORMAF DLPPER holds the str1r1gs to one lady s '1eart CHARLES DILLOI a future pol1t1c1an and a crack ne Nspaper reporter HELEN DIXON they call her Tommy bL.t shes some a1rl MADCE DOOIEI' her persor1al1ty IS a treasure chest IACK DORRIS a clark and handsorre Romeo MAX DOTY football hero apprec ales b auty PETE DUFFII CUT Gfld I 6Ckl9 'aced CHESTER EDISOI a wh rlN1r1d o tle 'ra lc GEORGE ENCHUS ts the tfor that counts RICHARD EVETT lots of lun Ilglll at the d op of a bat EUNICE EUBANKS types l1lce t e w1nd has plenty of nerve EVA DEAN EDDINGS 1ourr1al1 rn goes 1n for everythmg AILEEN EUBANKS her eye hold an untold weal h of m1sch1 f RAYMOND FERARRI football and track n pat1 CE Al '1 he oppos1te sex HERMAIN FLOOD he Just ca'1t be bothered MAX FLY goes 1'1 to eve ,t 1ng hes always around and always comes ou Ol top FLORENCE FRANCIS dreamy and far afay he generous1ty1s unattached FLORENCE GRIFFIN thls Nord s1mply IIIS her CUTE ,J Ruth Gr1tt1th a 1 tere t1r'a person truer woras were neve poken BART GRFENWOOD rgpver a 46l'lOLl thought lra1ls from Gran1te Clty x Y' I THE RED B nn 1937 I W Vi . l , . ng R5- 1 I' . If .. xlib I B x 'ffl' alll' on-- . 1 3 - A A A - - A Y .A gets her :nan , I jn ' I e-r ' I - ' Q' -. 'S' '- ABQ . argue s 1 V 1-g 1 . s , . L I Tl I -J I I . xx ,J ,J J ' V fr J 9 r 11 - ,N-f I , J ,X J " ,Q ' L A , , ,111 J D. I 4 by 'f A l J' V J ,V I All U s J .l N A J . V J . I - W' y ,fy .JJ rf., :fd 'JI ,J - J, VL r 1 . ' uf J ,J f v ,y i A' J , X1 I? n - L ji if v 4, 2, li v X 't I 1 , j J f K-fo JH j J R f D v I , FY I'J - ' Af ' T X ' J cr F N 'J I'-I vl r, I J y V J. I A It A - lf- f A f 1 00 I Iames Hutchcraft Herman Huth I. B. Hartley Bernard Haley Wanda Koval vlfgll Iackson Wrllena Iones Ruth Wmes Lavern Kelley Hattie Koons Dorothy Hampton Glen Kmg Chrxstme Karnes I B Kcxrrol Krew' ww vxj. V gint fe! Never Lemmo Alxce Lohmexer Vu? Marcella Laws 'I ' Betty Llttle Harry Lntle IAMES HUTCHCRAET athletlcs Student Body Presldent Plays IS there 'IO end? he must be good HERMAN l'lUTl'I Spanlsh club all In all a very lnterestmg Senor I B I-IARTLEY Loves passlon flower BERNARD HALEY someone ought to QIVE h1m spelllng le sons WANDA KOVAL dresses ltke a fash1on plate a lovely lady VIRGIL IACKSON one rzexer knows does one? WILLENA IONES she was hard h1t by Cupld RUTH WINES S O S a future lady of bus1ness the maklngs of a perfect secretary neat and eff1c1ent LAVERN KELLY Orche tra Who know 7 he may be a second Ru bmoff I-IATTIE KOOINS a good scout IS a gtrl scout thats I-lattre DOROTHY HAMPTON a l1t tle blt rndlfferent and unattached borlng not 1n the least GLEN KING never has a SGTIOUS moment Nears a perpetual srnlle CHRISTINE KARNES qulet so very pleasant to be wlth I B KARROL track the manly th1ng to do lS to do W1th mlght and mam what you can 'to PEGGY KOONS fournal 1sm speech a truck drwer has her heart NEVA LEMMON a blonde who knows her own mlnd ALICE LOHMFIER call her Gxnaer cute as the devll MARCELLA LAWS Band plays the saxophone lrke a profe s1ona1 types lrke the wlnd sorne qlrll BETTY LITTLE plenty of pep a l1ttle fltrt bu realy w et HARRY LITTLE hows marrled l1fe7 THE RED BIRD 1937 I6 I l I ' e H A3 I Q 1 I ' , I W- f 9 ' I gnu' I ,Az . .,,'A, I vp I - I I I ,fl a f . 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N f Rdsalipd Griffith ' ,'r:ve14Qn Gilchrist 7 Howard Gower Reba Faye Harper Keith Huff Iuunita Holoffe Paul Hxduk Dana Holland Elsie Godunc LOUISE Hart Verna Ruth Horrel Vlrgmm He me v ays Al1c Ed Horns Hudson Howell Morns Hays MINERVA HILL an mdustrlous 1ournal1st W1I'l a way all of her own ROSALIND GRIEEITH beauty brarns and ltkabtlxty a star 1n the Senlor Play EVELYN GILCHRIST one ln a rnlllton she cant be beat HOWARD GOWER a man of few words has a qulet way REBA PAYE HARPER speaks 1n Cl slow serene vo1c KEITH HAEE llked by everyone Pre xdent of everythlng to whtch he belongs IUANITA HOLOFFE wh1zl Bang' Thmgs are never QUISI when shes around IOHN HARPER a hunttng he does go and a swell lad to know MARGARET HOPPER a protegee of rnu 1C golng places fast PAUL HIDUK an athlete one that really accomphshes thmgs GERTRUDE HEISNER a grown up lady true ERAINCES HENSON Klnd and Sweet IVA LEE HERRING tndustrlous a gem of a g1rl DANA HOLLAND l1kes her Spantsh pep club CHARLES HICKS look I1ke a herubdwonder rf he Ilves up to hts looks? ELSIE GODUNC a Gerrran lQSSl9 who has a heat of gol OUISE HART Student Patrol Speech she knows her stuff VERNA RUF1-I HORRELL l1t e btl dep 'xdent b not too mach VIRGINIA HENDERSON an above the average student BETTY HO AR 'nee-'and oh so qulet ln Cass VINCENT HORRELL he wr1tes shorthand tlke grea d htmn DELL EVE about? ED HARRIS belleve ln conversat1on he never over work U SON l'IOVOEI.l.?l-Helena to the world, of mu rc QMORRIS HAYS basketball 1 h1s sport Nortxdu h s mteres ,lid vw C Q fy-f THE REB BIIR 1937 ,,. X. C1 ' I' ' Il pl? 4 . yell E n V If I' All I -asv, I e S , as LYINIHAYS-sophidtibated. and smart .... ORA RICE HALL--you Cllliill-YS,E7I lY-il,1Sl what ER shy: thinkina HVIA - sg .-- Tw - l I-xv s J h SZ Y- ll Q - 9 " rs f' I l J ' I NND J J ' 4 I . ' - V7 L 3 W -J J '. f J f i 'V I I .Y ' SH f J J I . I ca A I og, I ' - J tt 1 J G? A 1 5 EN' X 1 ,I J ul T 'j l .Lb . '. 5 lv ' R ' ' V J as I -'J Z I . 5 , - L IJ . X ' 4 K I I A , . J J 33,53 A I Jil 3 if if ,Ll '.."0M1.- ,r:'.' lagjaff- ' l 5 -4 7 ,l I 5 pu! 00 4 1- J WM 'W 20.125, . .1 . f X A H Vivienne Nork Glendora M. Odle Burle Osterhout Geraldine Patton Charles Patchett lean Parkhurst Frank Remk Betty Pulley Raymond Plute Geraldme Rawson Wllhe Rose Iesse Rlch lane Purcell Genevxeve Rlch Ralph Rushmg Dan Russell Robert Rushmg Mary Rauback Ellms Reach Nancy Rogers FRED NICKELVICH llkable courteous kmd and conslderate PAULINE NICKOLOFF S O S dld he ever say an unktnd word to anybody? VIVENNE NORK Iournahsm her worry DOROTHY ODLE qu1et takes hte sertously GLENDORA M ODLE goes to town 1n Spantsh was btt by the marr1age bug PHYLLIS ORESKOVICH a gentle klndly heart ha she GERALDINE PATTON gaze lnto her eyes you see a llttle angel CHARLES PATCHETT ct comely man and busy as a bee IEAN PARKHURST goes ln for secretarlal work LOIDA PACENTINE salntly qualntly falr to see IOHN PROCK track star fleet looted SIMONE PYLES lf all the gtrls IH all the world were lust as nlce as you FRANK RENIK O G A 1f you want sornethxng done 1ght ask Frank to do lt man FERN PRATER Student Patrol a red headed lady GERALDINE RAWSON Glrl Reserves Gerys smart IESSE RICH Semor Play R1ch tn the qualltles that make for lastlng frlendshlp IANE PURCELI. Band the Glrl Reserves a btg bug IH the Gtrl Reserve GENEVIEVE RICH-qualnt petlte a lovely person HOWARD RICHARD rnaktng speeches IS 'ns past1me WILLIE ROSE athlehcs well what about 1t Wtlhe RALPH RUSHING Iournaltsm Wlshes that the nlghts were longer DAN RUSSELL a Scotch lad not bad' ROBERT RUSHING IOUfl'10l1SI'Il Semor Play plenty of pep MARY RAUBACK cz real artlst a true poet ELLIS REACH band electmctty-qulte a xrnxup NANCY ROGERS Football Queen takes dellght IH accornpllshrnerll THE RED BIRD 1937 18 BETTY PULLEY-Art is her spuecialtyea person worthy of high praise ..., RAYMOND PLUTE-the best natured x - V1 M A ,,... laeffer , Char s Sweet R S an P g a n Stefan Shaffer D lmas South arshall Stelzne :ke Savm Ruth Standard 4? D' Story Katherme Slsk Walter Snyder Aubrey Shaw Iames Smxth Frankie pen A a yy ff, Y S1 gat M1 Wxll Sk ler ar M xmonds by WM SAB to school to learn has fulflll d hts purpose RALPH SHEAEPER when he appen CHARLES SWEET som tlmes l"e s1ts and thlnlcs PAUL SUl.l..I fellow that is dynarnlte to young ladles hearts MAGDALEN STEFAN ed 4 d d rather mysterlous but sweet LAURA ANN SHAEFER Glee Club Glrl s Quar e DE RS SOUTH 1n speaktng he has un1que ab1l1ty 1n the shoe busmess STEL and speech succesful In all endeavors MIKE SAVINA sports reporter I RUTH h a grand secretary she would make I D STORY lournahsm hell never e rlch hes gene KATIE SISK plenty of IT WALTER SNYDER has the Qb1lllY t c pe Wllh an situ AUDREY SHAW they re only grea who are truly good IAMES SMITH urnalrsm re xdeh-Uni S mor Class annual staff 4 RANKIE SPENCE Red Bud Notes l1ke a butter X MOINK-IAN Annual staff there s no en to ah1l1ty MARY SIMPSON keep young xg bitlful youNwant to be loved th otto 0 A' WILLIAM SKVIER when books run out therell l XXJMHLRY MARGARET O S a tfppxal American chocl g1rl knows her own m1nd 'XA QYX5l'lf5KN-AS:-athletlc manage ii yd GLENF SUMMERS the love enn and leave 1n .3 3 i X Y THE RED BIRD 1937 -NN Q-TQSX X L 19 QA.- JCJLAX -Tu . , .gs - -fl, Q M 5 3 Ll. 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XJ x' J ' J '7 T J Iczmes Wentworth Frankie Lindsey Helen Mings Iesse Markunis Dorothy Merriman Katheren McC1ement Mary Loulse McManus Patncxa McClosky Mary M W PWSW'3ifMi' m7'Z??4I!,u4lW W if Leon Murphy Vern D Mabry Iamce Mosley Mary Namey Henry Nelelskr IIMMIE WENTWORTH plays a bass horn ID the band known as Barnes Wentworth GEORGE LEASOR one day he went f1sh1ng perhaps he found I1ttle Nell FRANKIE LINDSEY a staunch mem ber of the G1l Reserves MILDRED LYONS enchantmg but seems to accept everythlng w1th a gra1n of salt DAN MAHAN such a deep VOICE hes Irrsh too HELEN MINGS by her work and by her fun h1gh e teem thts mald has won SMITH MELVIN h1s motto IS You cant w1n there a1nt no 1ust1ce IESSE MARKUNIS M1ss Grant calls h1m DOROTHY MERRIMAN IS mterested not ln New York nor RUTH MCCLELLAN o cons1derate and courteous MARY LOUISE MCMANUS str1k1ng 1n appearance Pat to her fr1ends ure and the Ir1sh have the word brown eyes an 1nqu1s1t1ve sort of person Yorktown nor Newark but 1ust pla1n York KATHERN MCCLEMENT her humor IS worth whtle mterestlng 1n person PATRICIA MCCLOSKEY fo 1t bonn1e THELDA MCDILL Orchestra always has her lessons prepared MARY MARGARET MCREYNOLDS so reserved lack IS HIS name FRANCES VHLKES and when a gentlemans 11 the case all other th1ngs QIVG place MARY MORIORITY GSSISIGHI l1brar1an her w1t can always make the s1tuat1o'1 laughable MERLE MORRIS Glrl Reserves S O S v1m VIQOT v1tal1ty wow' IUNE MILES went to lICIllOl'lGl Contest w1th her axo phone one who IS always on top I B MILLER a dreamy sort a permanent case of sprlng fever IULIA MIGIELICI-I generos1ty IS one of her most outstandmg pomts MAUDANA MILLER eternally hap py and gay ANDY MISKOWSKY hes always a thousand m1Ies away whats her name? IOHN MURPHY Monday mornmg dont mean school days to th1s second Fred ASYQITG LEON MURPHY Pea nu a staunch member of the Student Pat ol VERN D MABRY a future leader of b1g bustness t1p top ploy manager IANICE MOSLEY popular among her frlends pretty as a p1cture MARY NAINEY Student Patrol 1f you re l'1u'1t1ng for a pal shes the g1rl swell elegant HENRY NEIELSKI made h1s fame as an eternal grouch 1n the Sen1or Play Blg Hearted Herbert THE RED BIRD 1936 99 7"""' 5 u " , I 'ib""0' 'sf'-rua, M5 Mc. ---,v-,P .. E.. ' . c d - I P i ' A, ' 4 Ll ' l PJ I ne le r F , M ' l X lr ll flf' l X Mn f 1 S M, ,I t . L fp fbby, I . uit , ,JM , I ff LV' eff! 'Il' J, zlf,-,J LJ., . ',' I ?S 'Q - rl l A V "I .I I II4- . . i I r , 1 I ,yyr 1 f - I f A 5 -4 '-f , s T V ' 1 7 I 5 1 0',L4'pt,,.yxff,'J-ed,4-142 .44,t ..f' A--4-'A ""t1 s - C . ,, , ' r A15 Vx' cr, 'T AJ--k-'keg' ,Tl ' blk-qi, Louise Vaughn Harley Tabor Iames Tabor ' lack Thornton Nell Tabor Ioe Uhls Iames Vcxrgo Mary M Vravlck Andy vfdV1Ck Iulxa Whiteside lecm Whxte Irene Wolfe Wxlhs Wathen Eva Wazonck Betty Wxllhlte M Charles Wzlkmson Wzllxcm Worsham Robert Walton Elmo Lamont Nola Young LOJISE VAUGHI Glrl Reserves wlth I" r rts Warre I-IARLLY TABOR what a 1ou'1g gentlerran ought to be shows g eat W1SdOl'F m keep1ng qulet IAMES TABOR basketball one thing at a ttme IS nough for hts mmd IACK THORNTON an athlete really play the gam NELL TABOR tr as Jred dream l1e 1n you eyes S O S club wtll remember l"er VIRGINIA TIJOMAS S O S a charm mg rrald loved by all IOE UHLS All star Conference dynamtte on the basketball floor IAMES VAQGO I-It Y O G A Can he take cltcta ron? MAQY VRAVICK ner studtes never suffer from lack of er ANDY VRAVICK a rran of few' words IULIA W'-IITESIDE G1rl Reserves a good worker her laugh WILLIS VYATHEN a professor of many words EVA WAZORICK S O S preads barrels of sunshtne a d o d cn BETTY WILLI-IITE interest d xr court eoortrrg a d Gregg School CHARLES WILKIN N s ln Boys Ouartette a tenor IH plays makes a lovely lady W L LIAM WORSI-IAM lo al1 th rran Wrth a buslness lke attrtude BOB WALTOIN a mart of few' Nord and a few' e O LAMONT football champ1 d in chle to IJ er hls Engltsh teacher IN A Y NG goes places on the type Nrtter an engagtng young lady RUTH YUS KAUSKAS eaa f yt thmg In to f f w K' ff uf THE RED BIRD 1937 r I xj ,, ff fy V 4 Ih' ,L 1 . o n x Y ' t . . DJJ 'f f J' JI A lil? 931 . , . V - . ' ' F , . I I A ' W- ' . . . . IEAN WI'-IITE-a truly good sport-a kindly heart . . IRENE WOLFE-Student Patrol-its nice to see ' . .' rt g 1- r,.. -' fe 1 ' rn '. n . . . . , - . ' ' - W' . . . . I - - ' t ' .' -I' ' .. I- . . ' ' s .. ' I ELK . - - 'en etenti n-sitter- ' f r'r of Q . ". Y T . . T I 1' I . . , . ' ' or ' . ' s ere' vo" X gl y S A a 1 H I I Jig rr' 1 I if kv' Ju f ' dd! ' V. Qt FY .fl 'J' , -' J 21 ' x' 'l Zell Yates Woodrow Duncan ELL YATES rtlle rc xo Q o bo Nov WOODROW DUT CAN trormq and rlcnf -Hbout efauo 1937 Flower Wlrrte rose Motto Ever onward ond uowordl Colors Red ond Wmte Qpoosors MISS Al1Ce l-lofe orrd Mr Nolan Boson Grfl to school Q lordes 'Q oud 1or1urr1 v rrdows Semor Week oc'1v1l1es Bflccoloureote Moy 73 osserrrbly progrolm orcmc ot So em Pork cmd roduotr 1' rrdoy Mfry 28 THE RED BIRD 1937 2.4 Z -I E 2' S--zz fit fo 1 ll lurfory iri I1 lorg 2 If . 1 - ., . . I ' ' X . Y ' A . E ,K V A . v. 1 . . . vol 3 N1 l J 1 . . L : X . , , , A 1 , , Q 1 lo A F ' , . A . A .glemot utoty The class of 37 entered tlus school on September 4 1933 We were then green freshtes but n w we leave our dear Alma Mater as learned and dtg mfted Senxor We msh to 1 ave behtnd us memor1es of those who helped to make our hlstorf Our class offlcers ln 1933 lames Smtth presldent fack Thornton v1ce presldent Ransom Wtlltam secretary treasurer d1d a splendtd fob 1n launchmg us on our four year Journey tlcrough E C 1-1 S ln 1935 Vtctor Rays Vresldent fames Smlth vrce prestdent and lack Dorrrs ecretary treasurer conftdently took over the helm and so we passed on to our tnlrd year ln 1933 fames 1-1 rtchcraft prestdent Marcella Laws XICG pres1dent Leo Land secretary Elmo Lamont treasurer At the close of the year Iames Hutchcraft was chosen as Student Bodv presrdent Etnally 1n 37 We flnd lames Smrth agatn at the helm lt was only f1tt1ng that fames should be the one to brlng us safely to port W1111e Rose v1ce prestdent Elmo Lam nt secretary Raymond Davrdson treasurer The class of 37 among other memor1es W1shes to leave W1th H1story Hazel Allen our Ereshrran Attendant to the football queen ln 36 Geraldtne Patton was mald of honor to the football queen and th1s year We leave the memory of Nancy Rogers as football queen and Magdalen Stefan as a tendant Among the dlfferent plays whtch make up tne l-ltstory of E C H S we presented Gro v1rg Palns 1n our 1un1or year and rn 37 B1g 1-learted 1-ler bert ln blddtng acltect we shall carry pleasant memor1es of our sponsors Mrs Allen and Mr Eadre f 34 Mtss Helmmg and Mr Eadte 1n 35 Mrss Grant and Mr McCl1ntock n 36 Our sponsors tn our sentor year were Mrss 1-foye and Mr Rosan Auf Wledersl en for me shall meet agatn but unt1l that Joyous dily CLASS OF 37 :me Matches Year 1947 A D CAfter Darkl Scene Myrtle Blanche Coxs Cocktarl Eollle ELASl-ll ATTEN'1'1ONl EYES Steve Balgrosky and fuae Wltles have turned Jery roma'1t1c ln the last ten years as the Cock all Stars featured here to nlght 1n tnls Munlc pal Amplsttheater 1-lm m m muses lames Smlth and M ke Savma cr1t1cs of the Trlbune Some contrast to that adolescent love 'nakmg 1n Growrng Rams of 30 Dean Eddmgs and Ralph Rushtng that famous cormc patr have Just frnlshed thetr trapeze act whtch ended wrth Dean landmg on the wrong trapeze whlch turned out to be rather tragtc T the call ls the e a doctor 1n the house Elr o Lamont that famous floattng rrb soectahst and ln Q staff of old rnatd nurses Patrtcta McClosky Katheren McClemen' Leona bel' and 1-latte Koons come tnpp1ng mdolently on the stage Chester Edtson crack anrouncer for statton NUTS IS gatherrng to gether all the celebr1t1es to say a few words to the rad1o audtence 1-lere ts fames Vargo now a btg b.1tter and egg man rt seems a shame hrs secre tarlcl staff 1sn t wtth h m whxch by the Way con sts o old F C H S lnmates 1-le ha Eleanor Baney tthe gtrl wrth the ntce red f1a1rl Max1ne Brown Betty Wtlhrte Florence Gnffm Henrtetta Allen Betty L ttle Mary Lou1se McManus Merle Moms and exe that attracuve ltttle famce Mosely work ng for htm And here comes a REAL celebrtty Elva lane Crlm the world s mo t promment beauttcran and be sure to I1011CG tne chorus make up Nhtch ts her work ex THE RED BIRD 1937 23 I All A , O . A - ' ' ' ' r ' e A ' Q . . . l - 1 - A . A . 4 - 1 . 1 5 1 .O 7 1 5 1 ' -f . 1 Ls I . Y . 1 . -'X - 1 - fr - 1 - I 1 r lx v I - ' ' C ' ' ' 1 : , t . O , I . . A . , , I . , ' i 1 , ,r ' ' r ' 1 t f .11 , "fr V 1 I V A ' f Comes we must part, proud and happy to call E C. H, S. our Alma Mater. 7' On 1 3 ' ' ' s X Q A . , L 1, t 1 L f, v . 1 ' 1 1 . ' ' . o , ., . 7 1, i , 1 ' A ' C' . s 3 ' G ' ' ' 1 ' ' , . , Y M A . . , . Q . clusrvely Mrss Coxs chorrnes are consrdered the most beautrful grrls rn the world Geraldrne Patton Mary Margaret McReynolds Mary Srmpson Katre Srsl' Nell Tabor Ruth Wrnes Anna Mae Avery Dorothy Hampton Iane Pur cell and Evelyn Grlchrrst Remember Morrrs Hays? Here he rs nowl He s one of the speed krngs of Indranapolrs he s vyrng wrth Henry Nefelskr for honors rn the Indranapolrs races He wrll ofcourse drrve a Skatterbolt Srx Ohl Here comes the marrred couples Iack Dorrrs rs rn the dry goods busr ness hrs wrfe Ruth Standard takes rn Washrngs and he hangs them on the lrne he always was connected wrth some cleanrng affarr Srnce Dorman Depper got that movre contract due to the brarns of hrs Wrfe Marge everybody seems qurte content Lourse Vaughn frnally got her man you know Mr Whrte I mean Brown always gettrng my colors mrxed I thrnk that I mrght add that F C H S has strll got an old member of 37 Norman Corbrn Just cant make up hrs mrnd to gradua e Bob Busch and Carl Caselton are strll very studrous too Am I surprrsedl Look who rs comrng rn that door Doc Drllonl Welll Welll And we all thought he would be a grand doctor Instead he s strll down rn F C H S where he runs the Darly Blare wrth that notable Red Brrd Notes Staff Pegay Koons Bart Creenwood Charles Wrlkrnson Gene Boner Gene Brownrng Wrllram Wor ham Max Fly Bob Rushrng and Iohn T Barnett Nola Young and Nancy Rogers are srngrng wrth Irmmy Wentworth s sym Dhony orchestra Whrch consrsts of F C H S veterans I mean graduates Iulra Whrtesrdes Ralph Sheaffer Marcella Laws Eunrce Eubanks fat the pranol Eugene Carter Syble Charon and Vade Davrs are the artrsts Toe Uhls and Paul Hrduk are workrng as athletrc rnstructors on a WPA project Irmmy Hutchcraft has graduated from West Pornt and taken hrs com mas South Bob Walton and 'Vern Mabry Wrllrs Gordon Wathen Ir has grven up hrs amateur standrng as cham pron pancake eater and turned professronal wrth Iessre Rrch as hrs manager and Madge Dooley as hrs cook Let s turn from the celeb rtres for a mrnute and focus our lamps on other F C H S students rn the audrence In the thrrd row over there I see Thelda McD ll Her engagement to Aubrey Champron was announced three trmes srnce 37 but the Trrbune says lrttle Aubrey marrred Ethel Adkrns Methrnks Dorothy Merrrman had better hurry and Wed Bob York for hes a mrghty handsome fellow he 1S War back rn F C H S Raymond Davrdson started hrs rnventron of the Blrnklewrnkle Theory Wrnkrng wrthout blrnkrng Then we thought he had somethrna Tonrght we shall know he wrll grve us a demonstratron wrth hrs assrstant Gene Cox Among those attendmg tonrght I notrce Alrce Lohmerer Mary Narney Iulra Mrgrelrch and Burle Osterhout They are the new teachers of F C H S Prank Renrk rs World Champron typrst I would lrke to grve you hrs speed but rt changes so often There s Mr Stelzrrede Goshl He s Presrdent of the U S The papers are srrnply full of hrm He s been rmpeached and rs to be trred soon But he has pals rn the Senate I D Story Raymond Plute and Dan Mahan Dear mel Who would have thought rt of F C H S Here Ive been talkrng and talkrng and the Follres are over Well I mrght catch a glrmpse of someone on the way out Sure enough there s Mary Rau bach shes starrng at a splash of parnt on that east Wall Ohl I beg your pa don rt s the rnvaluable Modern Trend Magdalen Stefan has now forned her Magdalen srmply dotes on musrc She loves the French Harmonrca best 'We must be movrng on Mrss Cox s Follres were very prcturesque and I thrnk we shall come agarn By then the class of 38 wrll be rn the audrence THE RED BIRD 1937 24 P1 I 1 I I - , . ' I ' I I 5 I X . . I , . . 1 H 1 J 1 I I 1 1 A 1 l I 3 1 1 I 1 4 - mission in Hongkong, China. Some other army men are lean Parkhurst, Del- . , ., ' I' I . 1 i . ' ' , . , . . . . . . A I I I YK 1 V - rr Il I I - v uniots of 1937 Leo Land Presrdent Roy Davls VICS Presldent IOSePh11'le Skok Secretary Madge Murphy Treasurer R E D B 1 R D 1 9 THE RED BIRD 1937 Paulme Ablett Rebecca Alexander Mary E Austin I1m Butts Ioseph Forgatch W1ll1e Lee Beasley Emmy Behn Wxlburn Bell Fred Bonacorsx Curran Book Lester Brxstow Mxldred Browmng Leon Chamness Lucy Chcxmot Helen Chornak Robert Collms Dorothy Colvm Mary Davxs Roy P Davxs Mary Cathryn Dawson Charles Debroskx Sybxl Dorrxs Alma Dotson Loxs Dugger Vzrgmxa Edmonds Evelyn Eldridge Lorame Epperhexmer Bernadxne Baynes Holly Freeman M E l Ianiece Casleton 26 Hosre Gabor Anna Loxs Gunn Owen Gxll Tommy Graham Cleo Hal! Ernest Hall' Iewel Hand Ehzabeth Heaton B1ll1e Bob Henson Elizabeth Henson Charles Hlcks Ruth Mae Hlggerson Iamce H111 Margaret H1 Loxs Holland Con ad Holt ' Lawand 'I ack n Sha Kd ' IAVQ 1. remix U K Ggne 144 jf Finest ozel ston ne Clmtocl Hi McCann l Dew y McDonald Phlllp McManus Dxla Mcfleaken Edxth Mamck Imogene Mamon I THE RED BIRD 1937 , x ',y934e3 lj 'J I e U A lf Y H Je :Ll f J l x xy I I ' l Al 'X fill! I! ,V . X fffzyhyj ' . j l c 5 H ,lg ' nf lj 3 , 1 .1 4 v ffl, ll 'Jl-'ZA' I" 27 I THE RED BIRD 1937 Cella Peterson Charles Martm Leon Martin Vzolet Martm Kathleen Meagher Louvema Mxck Delmar Mitchell l T Moake A K Montgomery Ruth Montelth Angus Rodden Madge Murphy Rex Murphy Helen Narusls Irma Nexlson Clarence Neuhaus Oscar Nlcols I D Nxcholson Charles Nolen Bally Novak lack Opdyke Dale Owsley Frances Pavellch Mane Marquard Marhn Petraslk Homer Pxkey Iuamta Przykapanskx Iames Robmson Vxrgmxa Moore I. P. Nicholson 28 Frank Rymsza Charles Rose Danzel Rose Leo Land George Kolesar Charles Saylor Paul Sheffler Ann Sharknas Thelma Shaw Aldxne Thompson losephme Skok Earl Smxth Ioe Sabolo Earlene Sutton Iewell Story Clarence Stoll Bernard Ulnch Mary v1lkO Helen Wade Vlrgmla Wexlt Leon Walton Letthus Weaver Phylhs Wentworth Betty Wxllxams Lydxa Wzlhams Flossxe Wxtunskx Ernestxne Wnght Bob York THE RED BIRD 1937 Katheryn Wilkinson 29 umoz glass lfeweur Lko the g owtng of great oaks from ltttle acorrs such tt s bee tre proare s t the Vresent lun r Class As three hundred and th rty ttve ot us wandered ttrough the corrtdors that ttrst orntng tn Septernbe ot l934 no one would tave doubted that we were trestnes and hat we ard not betray the name ot betna green freshtes But me soon n ade kno tn our aood tntentrons by oraanrzrng our class wtth ay Draksler as Prestdent Mur el lNfcCl1ntock as Vtce P estdent Charles Ashby as Secretary and Dua Mclzteaken as Treasurer Mtss Webb and Mr Mc Cltntock were Class Advtsor Flosste Wttunslo was chosen as the Freshman attendant to the football queen and loseph Forgatch mas elected as class athlettcs At the flr t meettng of our second year We very proudly re elected lay Drak ler as our class Presrdent Marttn Petrastk served as Vrce Prestdent and Wtllte Srnrth as Secretary treasurer Our maln reoresentattves tn athlettcs vere loe Sabolo jay Draksler and Frank Chtsmar Numerous other students began to make then selves known to the uppe classrnen last all a ltvely group ot boys and gtrls enrolled as tumors wtth a destre to brrng lastrng glory and uccess to our class We elected the tollowtng of ttcers Leo land Pre tdent Hoy Davts Vtce Presrdent Iosephtne Skok Secre tary Madae Murphy Treasurer Mtss Grant and Mr McCl1ntock class ad v1sors We presented the play The Haunted House whrch was a howlrng success because tt kept everyone guessrng and shtvertng Wtth exctternent Madge Murphy represent ou class tn the Ctrls Quartette Phyllrs Wentworth and Parlene Sutton represented us tn the All State Orchestra and Chorus resoecttvely These three years have been a bundle ot happy rnernortes of honors acnteved as students of F C H S lm sure every Iolly luntor wtll agree that thts vear has been one at the best We hope to rnake next year one that wtll be rememberd not only by us but by the other students of F C H S tor years to corne Heres to a better and more successful year lunror Classn atesl THE RED BIRD, 1937 30 t r ' ' ., . '. Qa. ' n E ,s, o Q , ic , . y rn 1 , r y , : ' , . . ,, tr T 1 , A 74 L E W . . . A K A . Y ' a 1 ' ' f ' A I 1 A L Y . K editor ot the Annual. We were also well represented in scholarship and ' s. ' , - S f ' A ' -, I A A I V lt. M , T f , 4 . 1 ' r- 4 I f , N . , J. , T , . S H E . i ' .S A , z ' , ' ' 5 ' , - ' s r . ' 7' ' . ' , . , . , ' - N .gophom area of 193 7 Warren Brown Presldent Ed Mehok VICS Presldent Loren Foster Secretary Treasurer THE RED B RD19 1 . . 1 , I N . N utory o .fphomoze fax 1 1 THE RED BIRD, 1937 ,5 0 e 11111 '11: .' 1' ,1 ' ' 1' 15-1 ..i 1: f,"'f"1E 1 ':11'- 1:21 1,111 11, Q '1 :'1. 11' 111 '.' '1. ri 'I ' .I 1f1'-1 1, " .f ::1I ' 5 1' PI E-EY' 1 ff! -21 ,1 19. 1 1: -: '. ' 1 ff -7111 9 '. :'1w,,Q 'V i, 1111 M1 .11 1f.' 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' ilk -1 ' Q1' 112 .7. 1 ff :Q 1' 111 if ' 1 :,1Q5-' 1' 111 :'1 ' 1: '..'?I1 Earl Alexander Lorene Allen Paulme Anderson Freddxe Barr Edward Barnett Ed Evans Mary M Baynes Margaret Bellamy Louxse Boggle Leah Bennett Edxth Boustead Albert Ferran Evan Bowyer Lebron Bowyer Munel Boyer B111 Brxtton Harold Brown Katherrne Fleck Warren Brown Mary L Bunton Bobby Burke Carl Burpo Hazle Cable Loren Foster Frank Camp Kenneth Carroll Mary Cavalh Brlly Champwn Alleen Chomko Lucxlle Fntts Irene Clancy Irma Clark Elxzabeth Claxton Georgxanna Conner Cecxle Cole Sarah Gallagher Thomas Coleman Afton Croslrn L E Cowsert Vxrglnxa Lee Cram B111 Donahue John Gambnel Dorothy Dorrxs Ferne Dorrls Maxine Dorrls Warren Cremer Munel M Davxs Elsxe Mary Gore Robert Davxs Mxldred Denny Imogene Dxllon Herbert Drake jack Drake Arthur Garber john T Drake Evelyn Durham Mxke Dyms Nelhe M Edison james Endicott Jane L Gnfhn THE RED BIRD 1937 ' 1 THE RED BIRD 1937 Freeman Gulledge Olme Gunter Rxchard Gwynn Velma Haynes Bermce Hamxlton Jnm Hancock Helen Hand Connie F Hesley L H Henson Mary Hxll Ralph Horrell Don Howell Lcunette Hubbard Wnlbur Humphrey Ethel Huth Edward jemxson Vlrglnla Johnson jessxe Jones Marian Kaxrxs Freddxe Kaylor Eugene McManus Margaret Maddox james Mann Mllslred Martxn Tommy Martin Mary Martmdale Dwxght Mason Nellie Mathews Charles Matteson B111 Mauzy Rolla Malan Madalme Meeks Ed Mehok jack Malls Herschel Mxles Charles Mxtchell Elmer Mxtchell Margaret Mntchell jack Maleno Sally Morris Lloyd Moseley Edxth Nxchols Elmyra Nichols Walter NorbetN..,N,, Stella Kaylor Mildred Kelly Bxllxe Khory jack Kung John King Martha Koonce Lxlhan Koons Paul Ice Ruta Land Irene Large jane Lawrence Carl Lee Edward Lee Vlrglma Lembeck Bessie Lewls 1 W . Sabina Matthews W . 1 34 Dorothy Lewxs August Llngle Wxllls McCray Auda McCu1ston john McDaniel James McFadd1n Val Gene McFadd1n Jchn McGu1re Dorothy McCarnes Patncxa McKee Edward Oflle Marcla Palmer Une All n Parkhlll Bernadme Parkhurst Mary Fllen Parsons Betty Lou Patterson Carl Patton Eva Pavalxch Billy Peek Ed Peters Robert Peavler jchn Pearce Russell Plkey Kermit Pmkham Mxldred Plasters Gertrude Purchard Dons Purcell Albxna Radzunas Joyce Ragan Kathlee1 Ranson Dorothy Rams Margxe Rice Ve na L Rxch Delbert Rxchardson Ruth Rogers Lcrene Rose Alice Roberts Raymond Roe Lodema Rowe Kate Russell Chester Sala --""' Jean Scarlett Henry Shudlms Dons Skeen Ollie lms Fanry june Slayden Mary Lena Soulsby Wxlma Southerland Mrke Spontak Dorothy Stagner Neal Stewat Stella Stokes Ttlhe Straversky Dale Summers Nina Lee Summer Pearl Summers Marcella Tabor Roge Taylor Betty Thomas K r Mflfy rf THE RED BIRD 1937 F ,Arsf 'JY' D ff If if J I XF.- rm he P ' 4 ' LT S4 U .. X -XM. 1 G X R 35 I THE RED BIRD, 1937 Sldney Thompson Mary Thornton Vxna Txttsworth Barbara Todd Vernon Veach Helen Vravlck Etoile Vineyard B111 Turner Vlfglilla Wagner Maxme Wall Eleeta Weaver George Weaver Don Webb Wallace Wentworth Maxme Wicker Rex Wasson Anna Vltko Faye Wxllmore Elnora Woodburn juha Yatko Byford Young Anna Zalokar Audrey Zanter Benjamm Zwlck ' ' f ff . . , 5 A A' ' X I . . 1 Emma Warren 1- W 4 5 N gg 6- 9- . .Q I Y 6. 36 77ze.4Amen o 1937 Eugene Dodds Presrdent Iohnme Whlteslde Vrce Pre-s1der1t Anna Mane Dodds Secretcrrv Treasurer THE D B D 9 5 RE IR 1 f fr Ill THE RED BIRD,193'7 7z2JAf1'1en ff V, If II,21M'. 'A V 1' IN: . 'W 1 I " ff r ' Z ' " f"'1'i I Y 1':,1- ' ' 'f 2 ' ,:' tgzk--1 1 51 1 ,117 ' ' ' I f"JA 1 I V f xl LT .' 'I1'f.' R' il V1 Y" 'lflfi Y " ', M N,7.wjk f' id' ' fl :1'5 fu z .:-I Y I 1 :Q . In f, ,: ,1 1, NK' " N Muir W ' T I 5 1N:',T " TI , . " ' 1 1 ' . , Mil, ..3 XIV 21 I. ' f 1:.- zu- Vg.. i.1.2v1 w :nf H ' ips- Q1 - :A 1 I'.Af . riff: I' If Jessxe Ray Abbott john Qumcy Adams Mules Allen jr Roberta Allen Bxll Allen Bert Baker Cecxl Baker Fred Batts Wally Batts Florence Bell Mane Bell Alxce Lee Benbrook Marcella Berry Blllle Berstoms Mary Jane Boner Glen Boustead Ann Bowen Tommy Boyer Ernest Brock Jeanne Brown Velma Brownmg Juamta Burton Dorothy Calvert Bull Cantrell Henry Capps Rxchard Carpenter Maurnene Carr Vxrgmla Cates Mary L Chornak Pansy Chomlak Eugene Clark W T Clark Jean Clemmons Roy Connell Lena Contn Wanda Conwell Leota Cook Earl Councnl Margaret Contn Dan Cox Dorothy Crum Dorothy Cunnmgham Robert Curry Mary Dailey Johnny Darnell Aubrey Denny Maryorle Dlxon Anna Mane Dodds Eugene Dodds Charles Dorns Lucille Dorns Val Gene Dudenbostel Tommy Dugger Grace Dwyer Julxa Dyms Jean Echols Marylee Eckess Don Eldridge Carl Engram THE RED BIRD 1937 , 4 ' 1 i Charles Covilli 1 39 'J THE RED BIRD 1937 Marie Evans Lillian Fulks George Filkins Barbara Fitzgerald Mary Franklin Wanda Franklin Gretchen Freeman Ida Fritts Geraldine Fravell Irene Gelso Gene Gill Odell Giles Charlotte Gotaut Ruth Gouse Antoinette Grazulis Mary Greenwood Anna Gregoms Lucille Gulledge Lawrence Gallick Mary Alice Gwyn Lillian Groves Juanita Harper Wayne Hart Geraldine Hartley oren Hartley Alice Hays Phyllis Hays Bill Hays Harvey Hays Christine Helsley Lyle Henley Betty Henson Clifton Hill Iris Holder Lorraine Holeman Mary Lou Holland adine Holoffe Paul Howard eba Hughes Marguerite Humphreys John C Ice Mary M Irvin Helen Jakuboski Erma Lee Jacaway Julie Jackamcz Sidney James Gazelle January Erlene Johns Ruth Jones Joyce Joplin Irene Julian Ed Kathalynas Bobby Kelly Mary King Doris Kirk Gloria Kirkpatrick Maxine Kirkpatrick Charlotte Koons Mary L Krolick L N . R .J X 'H' ,' Kathlyn Jones u-35' -X HAY 4 V , L, , .-1 I' I ' 40 Homer Lamb Elizabeth Lamkin Paulxne Lemon Ralph Lowman Albert Lyons Mary Lyons Edward McAllxster Odxs McClellan Betty McCloskey Helen McDonald Katherine McDonald Darrell McGee Mary McNulty Clyde Mabry J H Mamon jean Marshall Vxvnan Martm Lorene Matehc Mnldred Matthews Betty Meagher Mary Mekota Delores Mayernxck Marlon Mxfflm Wnlham Mxlham Lucille Mills Clyde Mmgs Omer Mxnton Mane Mxtchell Raymond Mitchell Lodean Moake Carl Moore Howard Morgan Leon Morgan Paul Robert Morrns jane Moseley Kathleen Mundy Zelma Murphy Bxlly Musxol Axleen Myers Chester Nameth Fountain Neal Helen Neal Wanda Neal Robert Newton Mary Nolen Harold Norman Vxrgmxa Lee Osborne Vxolet Owsley Edna Pagoda Margaret Patnck Dorothy Peak Ella Dee Peek james Perry Myra Perry H R Peters Patty Pxttman Ellen Pollack Ralph Powell johnnxe Pracyk THE RED BIRD 1937 Mary Jane Mitchell 1 - l l I 41 Helen Loulse Ragland Dorothy Ranson Helen Renn Lucille Roberts Margaret Robxnson Dorothy Roe Velta Marne Rose Wnllxam Rose Mary jafe Rowels Bxlly Russell john Ryal Eugene Saxlly La Vern Sanders Genevxeve Savahck Dorothy Scarlett Vlvlan Sears Kathryn Shackelford Pauline Sharp Alle Shrlver Samantha Sxmms Ruth Summon Doris Sxmpson Emogene Slayden Imogene Slaydcn Joe Sloger Albert Smlth Alxce Smlth Rlchard Smith Wayne Smothers June Spencer joe Stares Helen Mae Sto-ne june Sxbley Jenny Tedeslu Faye Thames Francxs Thompson Tnllxe Thompson J R T1so'1 Wendell Uhls Jxmmle Upchurch Eilwln Van Trease jacob Va wey Margaret Vans ohn Vmcent B tty Walte Geraldine Walton Addison Webb Geraldme Webster Lyle Weeks R D Whxte Johnnie Whxtesxde Mollle Whxtlow Wayne Wxlburn Blll Wxlkmson Billy Wllllams Jaclue Wnllnams Margie Wxneke Earl Woods Ortensla Yattom Alberta Young Paul Zaroskx Edward Tomblin J . 01712 721712 9 an THE RED BIRD 1937 S7 0 0 I Q 0 , 4 - : Qi . Ar, ,, LAn.5x.Lf .ilwvlff iielor, Ltarie Z-'infs -M 4 " X ' '-.1 xref.- ,. 3' IA: Jrulu, ' ' "Aw" ' A ' ' W f. 11 ' 335 A 575-A19 " 1 1 'o 'ana . ' '7k" W, - ' 4. f' , V11 T,".r'g,'.' 1111 n-,Inf v 1 L.. J .' f'- I W3 ffodge pocfge THE RED BIRD 1937 i W 1 1 -Hctivitiu WORK BECOMES PLAY THROUGH OUR MANY DIVERSIONS THE RED 19 R .- OOOO O BI R D O 3 7 O O fr THE RED BIRD,193'7 .Vtudent patzof M- ' 11 If' 'T :wr 1:1 lff 111 :1 I vrmj " -1:1 ,fft I2 754 f.ffCC'Il:1111:3r1 ' 11 :'.1: 1 1111- :1.f,,. 111 t , 'I 1: .":1 ' A'1I 1 ' gij. .1, '2f.': .L ,U . . . , . V t T. "IN lr 11..' '1f' f'f1f'1r Fw "i'Qf.A K1 ' E111' f'f1'.'i11r.T .it 3 f'ff21i:t" M15-1 if - 31.-z Vferm T1 IV 111rj, V . -V 11 "' T'fu',+ f. 1 1 . , N :M Lv. X 1 ', 1 'ri 1 ' Q: Lrip ' 1' 1 'fl 1 1? 13111 1011 Fifi 111 ',:t1 '1 I. 1 .ff vfl' '.1' 11: 1 1I. 1 :11 13' A I 1" g'.fTf"I 11-:w1111,i'1 111 - 331111 ' 1 ' .z "W 22. 11 'A1i"f 11' '1 T' 13111 PQ-!i.171f' E 1-1:' if :fi '. '94-V Presidente Keith HGH 'Treasurer -'Vern D. Mabry Vice-Presidemflcxmes X-VCHYWCTTEI Sponsor' H, VJ, McClintock Secretary MGP: Fly ASSY Sponsor -R B. Ecxdie .gtudent patio! Presldem Keltrl HGH Secretclrv Lucy Chan ot THE RED BIRD 1937 7 , ' . ' i Vlcefpresrdernf-'fMC1dqe f,furg3r1y' Spcrsors Mr :md Tire Tucker 1 rw THE BED BIRD 1937 I F OFHI A GF? F fl 4- J 0 . . 'f'rm1'11II 'A 1519- 'lm 3 mek +Lf1 Ia xijxy z, 'Urn' hw." :wrr'1"zg :H fl ilk ,mu :frm f I. d-'ff-'r1'f:.:A1: V uw ml r 1ff'1'1f :Q 115 : FHM: 1-111 1,1 'v'f1f'- 'K l',w f'ffY,'f,.'fif?f.T Irv w f'9m':v1f1U-.' N .rwl ffj 'izwzfmzffer Cf :.:'1cf H.ri,:r,1n'T'::w1f1,rx If If. msn! 71' Mffuf pe 61146 In Mr1"w..1: ff- 'Mr fax: Qfpr 1: T 1l".' 1m,1fac't. w1r:,i115 11.. r. 1 11,11 Zufu-:.1:a . Q 11-TlI.5'fT',dfL!."IfliY.fQ1V'T" 'Vfr fy ' I1!'I X ff' f QWi:-1--' Prem' A It miie if .fiw y,3ro:.,1f-1.1 ICif.f,fi.' f.",'f'f'1fZf'f iw, Liv? f Q- -if-v Az, gi 4. 4. PresidentefLa Vae Thames Treasurer- fConnie Shudinis Vice-Presidentflessie Iones Hiking Capt nf-Bernadine Parknurst SecretaryfMurie1 McClintock SponsorefMiss Monica Mikals 14,2 em Presrdent Itahne Cov1111 heer Leaders Angus Rodden and V1ce Presrdent Iohnn1e Wh1tes1de John Wh1tes1de Secretary Treasurer Carl Engrarn Sponsor Mr Edgar Barn THE RED BIRD 1937 9 2 . . ,. ,.. 1 V ,- 1 . 1 THE RED BIRD 1937 SO G 1 . 10. O 19 Curr .Li--t 'I' -I Y-1 :1:..g ' ff' T1T'.if' ' .T ' "1'Jf1'. 2fii1,':i.11 1: 1' I,f1J 1-'rat if A '::y1Q 11 Q11: A 1 Affla I P1 if-1-'I :Y 1'1" , iQ. A.,11f,, A A ' . , ':.,... fy: YW- ig -lt, 1' , :zz H I' -1' 1 i - 1 C,f,' I' -- Q Q tfI,1Q 11 1'z1 ,J-fl :J TQ ' 5 11"-' 112151 + Y ffl 'fhxfif ' V3 41 'T:11:z Or 1' ' E'rpk1'y pr'1"'111:.' '111' 111 ?'.'.-'1-i1:11:1f1' 'T I If ' 1,-QQ' 7 :fy 111 iff i' tif- 511: fi-4,-: z wg: 1. 1 :L - 19: 31:1 'JTEGF ' I 11211 ff 1119 '-'?"'1Y FII: -ix-31'--11 1: ,111-1 'wef- f1f2I11: '- ' 1111- ' 'll 11 1 I 1 -11. --: '1 1 film 1 N11 211+ 11111 "'iff1r1'Efr1r7111 '171 :lf-. ' 'Tiff-rm 11- IW"I'1'1'f.f 'fer H11 H111--11 - , 1--: , 1 -t' 11'r2 '11 T 'I 'til Ei 22:1 fi-:..: 51:11 v1 'fi' -1 151 :I-1 ' ' fl-,'!'l' If W' 'X fill F1111111 '11,--':11:: -, ,'1L,Ef: 'fl ff if 1' , 111,:ff1'3:t:1--1-::.:'-:rl ffl 1 - "1?g1-, -ar.-1 31: 1 if 3---.ielgg 11-ff .ffffrfe-'1 '1 1. ff' 1f"lf1f 1 LT1 I ' T: ". ' " f 1' .1 1 '1 1 JT " L., :X".",r'Z 'nr f"1kQI 1111- :1'1g':if.Q:' 1 QU: EIECEI, 1515- 11.1111 1 Qi.'J1QfQ- ' jyg vi 1 1711111 'zyyi fp f ffguzl 11311. 'j IIAQI C'1I1I 11 1111- 1,TfQ','f-1 flfl ' f'fc'v,'. 'H rg. -3911- If I TIXZ I' I' fi-'if Cf' 1' 1.:'1E:,.: 1. 2 1-,iz 'i:.4 i'. 11.-A ':':".11+- :1 1 ,, in : '.-1 .'.-1.f ,yr 1 ' '111- 3 .11 1r-- 11- 1 1' p1-1 1' :1 1 111 1 21- 1- W1 --rl 11,1 in 11.111-- ff 1' 11- EY :Lt !,,1f'.':.13.1'g.I1ra1 11 1 1 1 1' N111 f11u1r 1, N: "'11-fr:-1' 0. gf 4. SponsorffMrs Vonnre B. Wade Vice-Presidentfflack W. Dorris Presidente' Vincent Harrell Sergeanteat-Arms' Jean Parkhurst 505' Sponsor Mrs M xrne S Tucker Vrce Presrde t Betty Wllhlte Song Teader secretary Alrce Lor rneter sergeant at Arn Q Katneren MCCle1 ent Bert, Mae Cram THE RED BIRD 1937 B G ,. f f A ,L . Presidente- Rosalind Gflffllh A f f 1. ' . F L . H . , H A gil pdjffve The p11rpose ot tl1e C l Rese ve Club IS to help an J a1rl to ttnd and t awe tae best Fur na the past year our club tr1ed to lve up to 1ts our ose th o1g1 ts dc+1J1t1es At l'leanlcsg1v1rJ une we aaye ood to tt e reedf and o Ch 1st 1nas Fve we gave toys to 50116 poor ch1ldre1 wl1o were to uave no toys We had a Chr stmas party tor our 111e1nbers and 1o1ned wth tl1e H Y 1n havtna a Valentnae party We are planntng to have a 1o1nt Faster Banquet f 1 +1 the llerrn Gul Reserves ana to have a Mothe s Dax Banquet lastly e are alannmg to conduct 1nstallat1on Ceres Ilpllle er our new ottt ers and l 1 tl ose at the Herrln Club l3res1dent lane Purcell VlCG pres dent Lotuse Vaual rt Sec etary Kathleen lleaa ter Treasurer Ge rg1ana Conner Co Sponsors M1ss Grant M133 l-le 1 una ctwe -gctou f 6 A Dra11at1c Club mas oraaruzed th1s year tor Fresht ter and Sop1o111ores w1th MISS Velma D axe a sr onsor Few stude ts who showed an eagerness te work were barred from IT ernberslup The purpose at the lup to ITISIMTG FJISC ease 1d selt conhdence 1p acunq before a aud1encc Durma the year tue th rty 1111nute plays stxteen readtngs and e1gl1teen t1 teen m1r'ute plays were presented by members at Club It eetmgs ID assern bly and at xar1ous churches and ot1er places Soc1al act1v1t1es 1ncluded a Valenhne party a tarefyell p Crue ard a 1Ol'1t rneetmg Wtth the Art Club The two chtet benet ts the students aern ed trorn th1s Club Were apprecta t1on tor eycellence 1n acttng and the enjoyment ot be1ng 1n a play Motto All the Worlds a stage and all the men and Women nerely players O1f1Cer l3res1dent Ed Mehok Seeretar and TTQCISJTCI Dorothy Carter hrn stre L ve ta C bl' THE RED BIRD 1937 52 n J ' lf Y ' C f J N 1 - ' 1 ' - vs v 1 ld 7 .1 . I A 1 .4 A 5 . 1 LV . 1 'x A ' ' ' ' r Vw - F 1 r- ' F '. 1 1 1 1 11, ' m 1 1 1 , 11 1 . - J , J ' t ' ,, .5 Y , ' I 1 '.. E., 1 .' , 1 11 l' 1 Y , . . Y 7.. I. 1 at . , J ... . 1 11 1 . . , , 1 I , ,t 1 Y U ' '. J . , VJ . . . , Fx . U A V . I ,, ' -Y .3 J C ., ,O l - , 1 . 1 ' , Q , '. t 1 1 , 1 .1 r l 1 141 1 C - , as ' 1 tv 1 , , 1 f. V , '. , , l 1 , 1 l ., ' ' - T 'X -1 , 1 4 l S ,, . 1 fl. '1 1 5 - ,. 1 W 3 ' , . , , . ,. . . A ,. , 1 . R , - V. A X J 1, C .1 15, 1 .Af , , , , .11 . 1 1 ' vw ' . , 7 Y ,Y L . i. . . V 1 1 ., . ., Y . 1 . . 1 . . , , 1 . , XY Q . . . . , , 1 1 , 1 1 1 , . 1 1 . 1 . 1 7 - "Y 1 , , 1 I ,f , K-I ,w. '.' .1 C 1 ' rv- ,Q-14 f- 0 ft 1 L, M., .us C. , , ,, , 1 Qt! pedezve Co-sponsorsf f Miss Grant Vice-Presldenlflmuise Vaughn Miss l-lelrning Secretaryf Kathleen Meagher Presidentelane Purcell Treasurer-Georgiana Conner ctwe ctou 61 6 -iq ' -0 ' 11 SponsorVMiss Nave Secretary and Treasurer-Dorothy Presidentflid Mehok Carter r ss- -H ' Sonqst e loretta Coob C3 THE RED BIRD 1937 C H9 F 1 X f -gqzt gf 6 uf Hr H9111 atm: Mctozei Y f 1 A 1 THE RED BIRD 1937 u 721- F111 Y4f11f, :f .f1f.:1.,f4'1 C1511 D91 2 .L 'ff 7111" :z1':1f f :Q1 F fy 'f1'f1w1, '.'.'.fll 11:1f:11111 11ffd11"5 QIIL ,1 :f:1.1zi.1T1: 11 fc: Us fa111d '..' ri c5:r1' 11:1 M: .zzz I"'Y"'7l1 afsgmmf 5 :Aff C,1.:ar .f'T3f1:1 11111 1:21 '1l1'?k'f?fff F' ,"":ff'1 1' 1"'11'i5Yl 'Me 11f1:f1rf1- V X Prfsmd ' Txffrfjx 1'Li:11:xf1:1: 4 Yi, ':.T Fifty' 1 .QQ-1 ,5-ff'IfA11I,' 'If11- ,wt '11,f:1'1-gr'-1 The L,"11fT1 Club ' .',' fx: z'r1,:c111:'Cd '.4.' 1111 the llij? 5 L' 1fJI1I1',,f.I2Q npr' 1111c1QH' ':1f-:f:'.1CM-iiifiaf' P C H ff if QQ1111 f 'Lf' rig 12153 11:f't fe::.f5fa1ff1 ie Cf., ',-,' ws if 1-H 1 'A Tflf 'Tw ' .' 1' 1, ',A.' f: I'Af'-'ff I ff, ' I f U11 1 111:11 ' N1 A ' 'lf "l'lT1 V11 '11 1 1,'v'.1 T111 x' 11 '.',' 1 19:1 111111261 '.'111r': 1- fl i!1'v1:' 'jgw' '1 "im" 1: 'ff 111' 1' 1.1 T-1 QV' If lil 11' "1 111111 17147121 F r, ,h,v'.'.J,ll .Lf 'ye :ie -gd efuf Sponsorflvliss Webb Vice-l3res1dentf-Betty Pulley President-flvlory Roxubock Secretory-Treosurer lulio Koscel atm: Mctozes Sponsor M183 Cox Proetor Dons Wvsu Consul Ed Men lc Aed le Edwm Evans THE RED BIRD 1937 a e on n "'l. . , " . A Q - LQ 150 . I C, .1 fy eatteaf fktlett Brg Hearted Herbert by Kerr and Brchardson was presented by the Senlor class of 37 on Aprrl 6 rn the htgh school audrtorrum drrected by Mrss Alrce Hoye The play dealt wlth the gues ton as to whether father or mother knows best how to brtng the chtldren up Herbert IS gulte a b1g shot at the factory but at home he lS unable to catch on to the younger people and therr 1deas He sto ms and fumes and threatens but hrs weapons are tuttle agamst the ern mtne wtles of hrs lov ng vttfe Th play was 1ndeed a great success The cast Herbert Kalness Henry Netelslct Ahce Kalness Bunrce Eubanlcs Mrs Herbert Kalness Bosalrnd Cmft th Andrew Goodr ch Iames Hut hcratt Robert Kalness Bob Bushmg Herbert Kalness lr lack W Dorrts hm Lawrence hmmy Wentworth Amy Lawrence Frankre Spence Martha Mary Bauback Mr Goodrrch lesse Btch Mrs Goodrtch Myrtle B Cox Mrs Havens Dean Eddrngs Mr Havens Lowell Boyd TA fylauntecf aqouse On Nov 7C The Haunted House was presented by the Iuntor Class drrected by M1ss Alrce L Grant lack Drlscoll Phrlrp McManus and hrs brtde Margaret Plemmg are spend tng therr honeymoon at a summer ottage whtch rs supposedly haunted Faces app ar at the wmdo NS screams rend the a1r the l1ghts go out and the newlyweds dec1de to leave But a young Noman IS murdered and because she was once engaged to the groom Phrltp McMa'1us he IS forced to remam A detecttve and a constable cause much merrunent by therr actrons A young author of popular detectlve stor es proceeds to solve the mystery He IS not arded much by lack Howe the constable who ta nts whenever he sees blood The play ends vtrth the dts overy that the young woman rs not dead at all lt was the mrlk rnan s best lersey cow that was murdered The cas co nposed ot Charles Nolen The Tramp Margaret Flemmg The Brrde Phrltp McManus The Brtde Groom Frank Kovach The Chauffeur lack Opdyke The Young Autnor Flosste W1lUUSk1 Hts W fe V1rg1n1a Peroho The Murdered Lady Iactc Howe The Constable Charles W lones The Mllk Man Vernon Hoppers The Dectectrve l P Ntcholson The Brtd s Fathe THE RED BIRD 1937 56 u , ll , . V l A r ' ' ' f - ' ' ' Q i f' e ' . . 4 Q 1 -f c , if' . L . A' A Il If . , , , I ' 'I r - . c , ' . D . X . . N' 1 1 K . . , . , . .V i . . i . " 'c ' ' . , , . .t 1 4 i t . , . . Q . f . . J W, , . t. ef e r , .femoz 6144: play Sponsor MISS Ahce Hoye amor glass play Sponsor MISS Ahce L Grcmt 57 THE RED BIRD, 1937 X x ffxr V r Tlx X J K 3 Q o fi ' Y df 'IR lTfi'JfL21.'f 'N ,jg xo 5 J My :Jul u'JE"E.P ' lik! Xfjj 'X 'JA .1 4 j. V Xxx i y . I Orchestra me 16 CG 9 N1 15 Cledmfu c1els1f" A e ffftste 111eD'7TXC1 wx eve cxtere lst Vxolms 1 J 1 V 2nd V1oI1ns I 1 1 1 11 f lVQ1lCI11f Vxolcs Oboe Clcxrmets 1 Boss Clarmet Bcxssoon 1.1 French Horns Trumpets 11 Trombones Y Q 1rd 111m Ho 1 Cellos Tuba Sirmg Bass Percussion V 1 Fluie photography f 5 19? DC 1111 1,1113 FV FJT nwV 1 110116 511066531111 U11 'Q e rffs IGVO ue e Cf fd Cmfne 1 rged TD C LA K Q111e1 e11sOw111Qed1e1c11ef 11 ef ecm DI 11630115 10 Q Q s111ox 1 11C VT 'IC' 1e2 1110 OCIICI1 cz xe11eQ N. 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' :V if , I .,, 1' 71 61446 President-Iimmie Hutchcraft Secretary-Trecrsurer-fCecil Drew ViCG-PI'6'Sid6f1t4DOTH'1GI'1 Depper 12512 em Presrdent Ralph Shce-Her Secretory Dale Summers Pubhclty Mgr Wrlhcrm Worshcrm THE RED BIRD 1937 65 I Sponsorf-Mr. Ely Vice-President-Warren Brown ouznafum ln: C 5 0 111 50 0 001 15 .5 , '14 9 0 9 'Bfx Y VV111101 111015110 C 0119 1f'fx'T11Y fl Y 11 011C 11 1 1 9 011 TO C1 01111911 1 1 00 1 QVPI , 1 1 C111 0 1 9 M110 501111101 00111 1v1011y 0 1 11 FI 911 1 11055 CWI 0101 0 11 0010191 31 N311 1001 B10w1110 F101119 S1 0 00 0110 1011195 31111111 00001 1100111 90 0, 1 1 0v9 1 11Q1'1dGd1 IC S1010 P19551 901 ID C110111110111 111111015 011 N0v9 FG 5 1 7 1V1011y 01 1119 510091115 0150 011011090 1 9 101055 001119191 CG 01 C010000019 011 A10111 10 16 10 GT 105 DESY' 10190 05 590 Pd 1 1119 0 1 9 1011010 30110105110 ASSOC1G11OI'1 646171622 0 601711712262 Z A F1 9 C11Ol11kGI 01 C011111191QQ C11l1D .1105 0100111100 101, MIS F1010 5 11 G0 01001 10111 T119 C11l1" 1105 00110 0000 v10111 1I'1 1010 1011110 111191951 111 C011119 0 01 110114 511119 11101 111119 71115 V901 1 9 01010 5 v91y 0011119 0110 15 0119 0 1 9 10951 5 1109 1 19 95 01 5111119111 01 1119 OI 0011110111011 T119 01111 01 1119 011110 1S 10 139001119 1011111101 W1111 111009111 010019551119 bLlSl 11955 I11611'1OdS 000 5y519-1115 911090110 mg by 51101 11190115 10 10159 0110 1110111 10111 111011191 51010010 01 1101111110 101 1DL1S1'1GSS T119 911011 10 0100009 0 101,151 1830 011 0 1011919 0110 0 1:05 11955 0004010 110 1SFdS 10 019019 11119195' T1 0 01055 111014 T119 510091115 019 911001110090 1 139001119 0115111955 111111090 0110 50 0101 111111090 10 09v91010 01011 5101100105 01 5011010151110 0110 10 190111 10 000 9 1 0101110 v01u9 100031 10115111955 61'11C5 0 5 1 5 VG 5110 1110 B00 11001 1 OU T I GPL1 13 S C C Ju 135 V S 0 19 '15 TI'V1C' ICE THE RED BIRD, 1937 1210 0 1330 11111195 11053 151:-011 1TL11TJ1Qf1.0C1 C'1C1l 1.-19911 T1 'lil 1113 'E 11131 'YGWY 113375 37 1gti0,1 1110 190 Vfixg' 0' f.f15,g A110-J 11019 ixlvi 1120-Ei 511: 01' '91 111 001015, '-1910 P101 Q10 f'1Q,91100 19011 B C'!.'1lQI'1Ii1 '1 1 1 1 iii 11 1 5 11,101 ' 1 MGA F ,Y 13 . 1f:?1'1'CCC1 111, 0111 , 11 1: 011.. 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RED BIRD 1937 EMCAOJ L01 I ll ll fo: 'V' K 71 , , 11,9 ,:fexf,,. . 1.1- 1 A1, :1. A -Wrirrv' 2 11' ri 1 " ':O':f "zips Uni Inf 'i' 'IV :f "TI, ' -:1 f- 'fi f'1f1r.::1 ' if 1. 11-r.'Q5 ffm .sip-fix. -"1 11:1 1253111 11, 111111. Vw .dn- UMQ fXi1f1.r,:1 '.'1f'f- F1rvr.n1c1 -,'V6AH. I. E261 1 Sf-vi'-1:1 7011 liter mfz,-'11 ?Y'.'Q1'fIh ItQ:Q11.f- 'fj'1Q1 , Y, A f1I1.IIlJ"f 1ff:11f f'31:f 1'3v11'.' Ili 'f.':1ri 'wftif-11111 1 rip: T'.l"l1' 1 Af-1, 11. 'UK 1: ffnr, fI11.: ' EUIT11!'1T'I 1.1 IV1"IE'. Kuly '-11111-v 1 ffI?!.1'I'1 Qin' F PQ f 1.4.1 Afkirpx ,xii fi :rms aaa-has Sponsor Mrs W1lsor1 V1C6PfGS1d.SI'1t Ethel Adkms Presldent Herman Huth Secretary Vernon Hoppers Treasurer Fern Prater 69 THE RED BIRD, 1937 r Hfhlefm Coach Stanley A Changnon ln two short years Coach Stanley A Chang non has entrenched hrmself deeply rn the stu dents memory Servrng hrs sophomore year as Athletrc Dr rec or the Coach has heaped added prestrge to Frankfort clarrn to athletrc supremacy by turnrng out torrrrrdable football and basketball squads Both hrs squads have had far better than average years The graduarng class extends therr heart telt thank to Mr Changnor' for hrs wrnnrng ways and hopes that he wrll be even more successful rn hrs cprnrng years rn hrs athletrc endeavors E RED 9 1937 Yelll Yelll Yell' W1 Iessie Iones Iohn Whxtesxde Angus Rodden E RED 19 1 A sigh 'ff T H B I R D 3 7 ROBERT EADIE Asst tant Coach HARRr' McCLINTOCK A s ant Coacl' 9-L HARLAN C HODGES S at1st1c1an ASSISTANT COACH HARLAN C HODGES Track Mentor Harlan C Hodges lotned the coachlng staff at F C H S the same year of hts uperlor S A Changnon Mr Hodges has handled the second squads 1n football and basketball for two years bestdes performrng at the helm of the track squad Many of Mr Hodges second stnngers have developed 1nto vars1ty ma enal and the track team under hrs tutelage last year Won all of the1r meets ASSISTANT COACH HARRY MCCLINTOCK Harrv Mac McCl1ntock has served 1n the capaclty of asslstant coach IU all branches of F C H S athlet1cs He rnstructs the beg1nners and near beg1nners ln fundamentals Mac s ab1l1ty IS shown bv the fact that the var s1t1es rn the three mafor spor s have been conslstently strong for years ROBERT EADIE STATISTICIAN Robert Bob FOCIIGS off c1al connectton w1th the atl1let1c department IS tnat of stat1st1c an He f1gures the f1gures and dopes out tne percentages Be srdes h1s numencal ab1l1ty he takes over the freshman squad of grtdders for the1r 1n1t1al 3 or 4 weeks and drllls them They are then sent to McCl1ntock s sat aa or cut out THE RED BIRD 1937 72 - sw .fs 4 s.-is: . 5 4. 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Top ow Alby Sharknas gr Dorma Dcpper F ank Ch To my Th mpso Andy Delleneck Max Doty Leo Walton a d Coach Changnon Se ted Hugh Wllad le S nh Ja s Hutchc aft Wlle Rose Je Sab lo Ha y Ba acky a Capta N1 k Le ann ffootlaff pesume For therr fust game ne Red Brrds traveled to Decatur to engage rn the Brg l2 runner up The B1rds and Reds had battled to a scoreless t1e for the Whole game untrl the fmal 3 mrnutes when Baker Decatur end pulled a sleeper and went over stand1ng up What a heartbreakerl The B1rds played thelr seond game at Du Quoln and were held to a scoreless he The Blrds mamoulated the ball 1nto scorlng posltlon several trmes but couldnt h1t rn the pmches At one trme they had the ball on the 4 yard l1ne but a penalty smashed therr chances Ze1gler was next and the Central Egyptlan Champs held the Brrds to an other scoreless he The frnal offenslve punch was agaln mrsslng as the Blrds rushed to the Purple Tornadoes one foot hne only to be stopped Evldently the Cardlnals got tlred of not scorlng because they ann1h1lated the Cartervllle Llons by a 34 O score All the tlme the defense had been chck 1ng and now the offenslve had flnally h1t However the Cards co champ partners Carbondale temporanly damp ened the Brrds hopes and defeated the B1rds by an 8 U score Sweeps and re Verses accounted for the score The Red Blrds uncorked a br1ll1ant aenal attack to down Anna l3 O n the srxth game of the season Changnon s eleven agam went on a scorlng spree and scored seven touch downs to down the lowly Eldorado Strlped De-vrls by a 44 U tune CCont1nued on Page 753 THE RED BIRD 1937 73 r : , m ., n , r ismar. m 0 n, , , n n . a : i r , Wlli m' , me r , 1 1 , o o , rr n nd in 'C v '. . . t, . . 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'12-it :Z f-f,1fi 1' iff: 9 ,eirii 1 Jlliif :Mei 1' 1311" I1 ffetff: '-1151'j"1f..'1f 1 11 ffr' 'I1.I'1511'f'5f 1:-1 Clif Qi' 'ff Aid 1191- if 151121511 'ri' Erif 1- ,f,f' 11:11 11. , R E IOE SABOLO foe started 1n tl backf1eld a 1d fllled at qua d but starred at r1ght end He qamed l1OI1OTCtDlO II ent on on tl e All Conference IH that ca, ac1ty lo s b1g but c vered ground vxell and SINGGT9d plays around l1 s end foe Wlll perfo next year GUARD TOMMY WOO THOMPSON 'lonn y t1lled at guard and tackle and f1lled h1s holes l1ke a Veteran 'Tor ny s cl a ces rate ln gh next vear HENRY IUG HAID NEIELSKI He r started on the l1ne but ended up as a s1gnal calle lug was wel dr1lled and executed ln1s dut1es as they should be played lug backed up tne l1ne and stopped potent al long gams short 1n the1r tracks lug graduates th1 year Q B HARRY RABBIT BANYCKY Harry s IG lest man on the tea It and pr bably 1n the conference w a sW1ft and shppery cus o111er for opponents to handle Rabbtt has another season of football H B ANDY SPEEDY DELLENECK Speedy began the season at quarterback but vtas sh1fted to runnmg halfback Speedy as h1s name mrght 1II1plY excelled at sk1rt1ng the ends ana bootma the p1C1sk1n Andy IS a fun1or th1s year H B NICK CAPTAIN LEVANTI PICK vas voted captam last year and as HIS f1rst ull season played the plunama hal N1ck v as out for a few games due to a head 1n1ury He gamed honorable rnent1on on All Lonference Cap n N1Ck IS a sophomore H B DORMAN DIPPER DEPPER Dorman s snakf broken f1eld runs and h1s hard dI1V1I'1Q slashmg and plunamg placed h1rn at tne top of tne Hard H1tters Assn Dorman was an other of the unfortunate ones who was out part tme clue to mfurxes H1s ab1l1ty m1l' be lost next year as he leaves v1a graduahon LEON WEI WALTON leon played IIIOSI of the season Very capably f1ll1ng the 1n1ured tea1 nates po 1t1ons We1 P TfOTII ed most of the t11 IG at blocktng hal THE RED BIRD. 1937 76 , ' 11e ' 1' ' ' r - ' . l A , ' ' l , '1 . 1 1 A o ' , e 1: l ' cj l f 1 . . . 1 1. . ' ' I rm 1 , A 11' ,f . I' Q ' A 11 ' V 1 If ,. ..1c , YI v Q ' . ' r. l I , ' I . , ,II 1 , 1 , 1 o , 'J s chief pass flipper and stanal caller. l'Habb1t," as his name implies, was a .. ,, , 7 A , . I Y - N 1 - - . . , , ,, , . , ,, 1 rs" .' ,e 1 1 . 'z " f. TA YQCOIIG! 7-26171 7vA2lZ 5760225 THE RED BIRD 1937 a and ' iff :.1 r r 1.1 111.--" 1Y.1f' 11:..' ':f"1 r 3 "1t. 1 ' 1:1 1 T2"', fftii 2:11 'z g f if-ii U11 .' if- fy, ' 51-wif: 3,: EQ 'i IFE 1 " :A 1 .' "1 1 Cf1.1'-1f1 1 '1' ffl. FY'-: ', -r, ff-rrp .111 2.1,-. 1: 1 zifilig " V -' :iff-' .fr ' '1 1 Ni 1' I--:,r,,:, if A' 5511.1 "JJ: 'fi ','. 1irf1r, ff Ef'1T.f1111!f1',.f,' I1 fl 112 " fmywr. '17 1' Q51 If nib: 'IQ' Al"f,1f 1'I3I .if-L1 5 '-1'f:1I,- 1 1 :if 1:-1 E1'f1 ' .t' - fl EY Q 1 ' E:f'f'.f 3 1 P61 i'.":i mf' P 1 1 'z ' ': f i 1, :wt 5, i 'V T' H 2"'f. -, J I 1 ' 1' ig, 1" 1 ' -T " ,f P -V1'1'1'.v 1 'f' ' 1 I 21' . :I-T Q 1 1 ,1', f' 'If " f" K .. 11,21 faw: ,, 'V ' 1:1'1 . - ' " ' Qlfii g"fi':,1. . 3 11,14 ' 1,1 1 Q1 .Jf?l'1 E"-:1'wi,i 5 J ff. Zag :iff f : .1 11212 ,Q ri' 15,3 '1f','.".' 1 1 if ' '1 lf' ' fer. Ty? i:'.-1:1 " ' f Elffi iz' ., f- "gn: r- 1 1 .fl ' Ifl 1 K X in iv l .ylilpffj THE RED BIRD 1937 , '23 fi . Y ig .7 f 1 1 5 if M, r , , ,.:, ., W5 -Kg .ww ' f I ,135 M, . if Q ? , ,V I . y 3 t' 3 s 1 , 51' T p C a h Cha g o Mor s Hays Keith Hafi CSDYBI Joe Uhls Leon Walton and a age Alby Sha k e d e e e N k L a fasletlafl pedume Startmg off 1n vt h1r'w1nd fashton the Blras rang up 6 consecut1ve wms be fore havmg to bow to 1-lernn through V1enna by a 32 18 count The1r sc1nt111at1ng defense held Val1er to 2 f1eld goals as they racked up a 24 5 w1n Nclseansboros Green and Wh1te wave put up a stubborn battle only to succumb to a 21 18 tune When V1enr1a s Eagles came here for thelr return bout they found a hos 11le B1rd qumtet 1n wa1t1ng and for the second t1me the Blrds emerged v1ctor 11115111119 by a 30 13 score Frankfort made an ausp1c1ous debut 1nto the conference record com o111r1g 45 po1nts to w1n over the Red Devlls from Murphysboro The score ooard read 45 18 St11l sparkhng defensn ely the Blrds traveled to Zexgler and surv1ved the Tornadoes IH a 15 14 game The B1 ds f1rst tasted defeat on December 18 when Herrm s Tlgers barely clawed out a 25 23 tnumph The follow1ng n1ght the Blrds came back stronger than ever and swamped Mclseansboro 1n a 54 18 game McLeansboro had prev1ous1y played the B1rds a 21 18 game Playlng 4 games IH 3 days the B1rds f1n1shed second tn the Mt Vernon 1nv1tat1ona1 hol1day tourney Amasslng the1r greatest score of the year the THE RED BIRD 1937 79 0 row: o c n n n, ri , ' , 'n , m n r I' HHS. Seated: C cil Drew. Paul Hiduk, An y D ll n ck and ic ev mi. . . I . A L . . , y , . - Playing their first 3 games during the basketball season the Birds romped ' ' ' 1 - A. .... . . . . . . . , Y . . . .T . , , , I Blfdg ran rough shod ove Carlyle by 59 8 ln the quarter trnals the Brrds faced Benton rrvals from a Way back and dropped them by an 18 15 count The Brrds advanced to the ftnals by scorrng a 35 25 wln over Anna Alton turnrshed the Btrds opposrtron rn the lrnals The Brrds led through out the game unttl tlne trnal stanza Then a seesaw COTIHQ duel started Wtth Altons long screen shots provrng the margtn o a 26 24 vlctory A second place trophy Went o the Btrds Besurnrna conference play the Bed Btrds dlsposed o the 1 C lndrans 1n a 22 14 game From then on the Brrds played tn and out ball They made therr longest trrp of the year to Carmr and came back on the short end of a 28 27 score Brsmg agaln the Cardmals doubled the score on Benton to make rt 2 stralght over the county seaters The score was 28 14 Cartervrlle was next and the Brrds agam doubled up wmnmg 38 19 1-tarnsburg slowed the Cards down when they shaded them 1n a 35 32 game but the Brrds retalrated b I tromprng Valrer rn a 51 20 at a1r Captam loe Uhls of the Btrds had been m weak health for about a month and rever regatned hrs old abrlrty When loe slumped so drd the Brrds lohnston Crty eked out a 27 25 wm but the Brrds came back strong to knock 1-lerrrn out ot 1rst place 1n a 43 23 battle Benton tell for the thlrd trme lmaybe a recordl rn a season tn a hard fought 14 5 t1lt Tnen the B rds slumped Cartervtlle and Mdrphysboro conference tatlers both regrstered conquests over the Brrds Carterv1lle racked up a 35 28 aame and Murphysboro shaded them by a 19 18 score The Btrds ther' downed the 1-larrrsburg Bulldogs by a 31 25 ln thetr lrnal sched.1led aame the Tornadoes trorn Zetgler turned the tables and downed the B rds by 15 lfl the sat te score as the trrs game only reversed ln the regtonals 11 ld at F C H S the B1 ds frnrshed thtrd They dropped Valrer 38 21 rn tle ttrst round but lost to 1-lerrrn tn a hard luck game loe Uhls dropped ID a lona shot rorn center to make the Brrds vrctors by l pornt only to have the score nu lrfred by a held ball The Brrds ended thetr season Wllll an easy trrurnph over Chrts ophers Bears ln the consolatron game The score boa d read 49 28 THE RED BIRD 1937 80 1 I Y ' - . 4 . t U ' .A L 1 ' . , -. f' 1 ' 1 ' ' A . . X . ,. - ,. 'I 'I '1 ' Y J . 1 . 1 4 ' J ,1.4f,r r, , tr . " e .,,. 'r " '. , F . W. 5 A , l ,.. . . . 1 . .. . V' V . . , ff 11 1 .gailetbaff fettetmen SVI WJL Ju THE RED BIRD 1987 1 'Tfffl 1 "iff 15:66 if ,, .lI.ff 11:12 1111, xi, TEV1' rf- wwf,-d 1' Tif' 1 ' 11. Af Cfirif fffrirgr Qllll 711.1 ,q1"1f'f 'ff -'-'-iffm'-1:11 1"1., 11111513 1 ,fi 0- "i':, V '-111. Ifffl ff' .' .ri 1171 1-'-1 fkQl'1 1 'if 111311 11 1, 11'H-1 1 1" 1 1 uri: 1111.5 1'1,.l '1 113' 1, I11.:1 '1 .1 11111111 'Ii' -111 '1"fff,l1f1f ,:f: : 3.1 1: if .11,1iY 1.11, tw: H111 '1'11g' f":.Qw11'11,1 C",T!'3f1l 11111 rv:f1Ce,1f,1111 '1, Y 1' 111 Cf 'II 'FTTQ1 L '1L'i'1: 1:21 'ui'-' ..1tg, 1EL,'1f"' :ptr 1 1f-1 .1511 K-'Q'. 1'-1 .1 ,1 1. 1" Ffh.-1' 'ii ,r. 1 --i,i- 1.111 112 ' ., ' ,1111: ..1:1,f.. .lil 11 C11,'1"fi-:.' 1:1 71-1 1 11111 111111 1' f?.:r1rf1,1x'1 111.11": 1.1 1112111 uv Ikrf 15, 1127 3.Q111::1,,i : ji g, ' 153-it 111 Q ' " -1 ffA1'1' 19:1 '11 ft H 11 ' 'K 1- -1 ff-rf' H, v-- V- "Aww ,N -,. ,-V, '- - '. 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IILHL1 yflflfjfl' ':1i'1 1"-11.11361 'f ffm TJ 3 Q-A if FQ iff Fe-1rg:1-1 'fzfufgfs I' 11,511 1-xfeii 1:'.1:1'f,-5111.11 11.5 1111- fQ12i,.1:iJf1 1'-O:1:ff'11 3141 ': fi if 1'cz1'1-:Cf f.fC1QiL:'.,g 1:1,1f 1937 1.1911 'xg 1' C3611 C110 '119 B'fjQi'1?- T1'i::1g 1211 C'1.'T'I 1119 H'111Je1s' J 1' 2:"f111 111 C1 Q71 C1111 Timm? llllfj '1N9LT v11:tCrj.' :z.:fC:1 :Ami if 2' F 713111211 111-1 11.6 H 11121113161 Pllff' Tue F,.GdQ.I1'lS '1 gnu 111, :111:1,1,er two C161 ' clicf .TEQQII 1115f! -'em T210 Cfz'.1Ii".' 21f zz f- 5111111123 "1 22-17 'i 1e,: sign 131 km-,TQT 121111 d Nfl 11103 13311, S114 1 , ' A . I16L11I.d 1:16 f C P51 3,11 :fl Scand :11f1:i1i:Qed 1g step IIE b id '.'1c11 HXIIACI1 1611.11-131117: vqiger. 1119: 1'11f1fi 4 ffwfn .1 115. lfex' might 115- nil'Q1fl 1lT.16T 1.1-1 1 r fx 'ffliix 'zuicr F21 2 r 111' V, 11119 " 11111115 QI 17 12 f,'.e11.zuQ 11111131611311111113 13615111 Txjffzz 2131, dz Z1,T1VZ.S 141111 1 f ,Lg 1151 1,,C1 G: 11 111C'.' 1 , , 511: Q111' 1: 1113111 11.6 f' 'defies S1316 ' 11 113 1: 33-IT f5ffU'l'Q11X TC1:11'rke11111i11 . md1':l1iUl1 :Ji 1' 1 . 1 f A 1 if 1121: GLC -fzrik gC'1111f IS 'xiii iQC1ICl'1 37 15 V:C1Cfj.' "Jw CA1:1Gr'.'1f1 1 11, d .I T11 ,Q1 mel! Fou1fg1113 131 11:1 .f',g1g,ce5sf'.1Q sem-11:1 '.., gges' :Q1:T:1e2 1'n:iVT 2" 1 's'bi,1i11'zf1 2,15 ue .qecond Team Harlan Hodges, Coach Top row: Coach Hodges. Val McFaddin. Bob Eadie. Eddie Goscinski, Don Howell, Earl Alexander. and managers Wayne Wilburn and john Guidazzo. Seated: Bob Newton. Andy Patterson. Bill Mauzy. Frank Chismar, Leon Walton. Lenin Androff and Dante Patterozzi Tklfd Tell!! H. M McClintock Coach Top row Gene Link Darrell McGhee Clifton Hill Alby Sharknas manager Coach H McClintock j R Towe Wayne Hart Arthur Eubanks and joe Stanes Seated J O Patton Tom McKie Jack Foster Billy Williams Thernon Denton john Martin and James Mel'-'addin 83 THE RED BIRD 1937 0 . 1 1 TZECL 72601 Fnst Row Roy Spaven Iames McCann V1ncent Horrell Frank Ch1 mar Iames Tabor Cectl Drew Eddle Mehok Elmo Lamont Leo Land Walter Norbet Iohn RL1S1'11SWlS-C1 Second Row Rolla Mltchell Leroy Daffron Nello Baldl Charles Skuta Bob DGVIS B111 W1ll1ams Hershel Mlles I O Patton Charles Iones Eddre Ovrlck Ioe Sabolo Thurman Denton Salvatorl Carbonarl Third How Bob Doty Herman Flood Ivan Renn Ed Barrett Eddle Goscmskr Iohn Tomzlk Melvm Stanley Narusxs Standmg Asst Coach McC11ntock Smtth Melvm Leborn Boyer Darrell McGhee Earnest Shrlve Andy Swmkums Harry Banacky Walter Krnleck Andy Delleneck Dorman Dep per Ioe Rezetka Charles Mahalrc Track Coa h Hodges Track season thrs year got under way a Week later than usual F C H S s flrst meet Was the county on Apr11 10 Next came the Herrtn Relays Harrts burg Relays Frankfort Relays the D1str1ct and the up state Frnals THE RED BIRD 1937 84 1 Wayne Carlisle, Evan Boyer, Tom Iones, I. B, Karroll, Paul Hiduk, Burnell Miles, Don fpozf 6'A4ffez Zell Yates two year varsrty football guard was ace hard luck rrran tlrrrs year Before the rnrtral garre he drslocated hrs knee and rt was on the bdrm for the rest of the year Latter he chrpped a bone rn hrs elbofv and he saved the Iohnston Crty game when he made a tackle and broke hrs nose Now he has one frnger cut partly off Zell rs a crack player but next year may be referred to as a cracked player Frankfort s qurntet frred close to lUOO shots thrs year Coach Changnon wrll have a hard trme replacrng hrs four graduatrng snrpers Paul Paddlefoot Hrduk hrgh score man foe Capn Trger Uhls captarn and second hrgh scorer Kerth Haff rebound ex pert and thrrd hrgh scorer and Morrrs Doc Hays frfth hrgh scorer all go vra graduatron Durrna the casaba seasor the cfurnt rolled up an average o almost a pornt a rnrnute or 32 pornts per game The basketball team set some sort of a record thrs year vrhen they slrpped Benton three defeats agarnst no set backs ln one month they shaded Benton twrce Coach Hodges started sornethrng new when he started hurdlers a hurdlrng rn the thrrd floor halls They resembled rack rn the boxes Although track season hadn started when thrs book Nent to press they should have a farrly balanced tearn fohnny Prock gurt school before the track squad began practrce thus hrttrng Hodges pretty hard Changnon wrll have eleven returnrng letter men for hrs football team next year lf he can drstrrbute them one to each posr tron he srrould go to town next year Max Doty Dorman Depper Henry Now for some score board facts vxhrch occurred durrng the basketball season The Cardrrnal and gray Bed Brrds played 28 basketball games durrng the season of 36 and 37 and they rolled up a total score of 864 pornts agarnst therr opponents 535 A margrn of 329 Out of these 28 games the Cardrnals have wcn l9 and lost 9 But here rs the tough part about these 9 losses They were lost on an average of 2 l 9 pornts as compared to the l9 wrns whrcn were won on the average of l7 pornts per game We lost to Herrrn Zergler Vu physboro and Carrnr by l pornt Alton Iohnston Crty and r-lerrrn defeated the Bed Brrds by 2 pornts Harrrsburg came out vrctorrous by 3 pornts and the Cartervrlle Lrons prled up 6 pornts more than Changnons Qurntet The hrghest score prled up by the Bed Brrds was 59 agarnst Carlyle rn the lv' Verrnon rrrvrtatroral tou nor rent d.1r ng the Chrrs mas holrdays The hrgh est arnount of po nts scored on the Brrds was 35 bf both Cartervrlle and Har rrsburg The Brrds defense funct oned perfectly lhen they held do fvn Valrer o 5 porrts at Valrer They al lrmrted ooth Benton and Carlyle to 8 pornts THE RED BIRD 1937 85 v ' ' . A A ' 1 . V . 'tt ,, r ' , Y A l l . . . , , L Nejelskr, and Iames Hutchcraft were the only ones to leave. 1 V I I T ,, Y . . 4 . 4 , .X L Y 4 I r . , f V ' 5 rl. r . A . f I r . Y.. I l r .. 4 l 4 . . U .- r i. .. .. ' ' ' - ' . . ' . . r r " v . r Q x724fUZ25 rlsqnunil N4 I ames Hutchcraft Student Presxdent ,arnes Hutchcraft has been one of the best hked pres1der1ts F C H S has ever had Hrs dependabrhty and smcerrty of character are mrrrored m hrs frrendly srmle He has shown a marked mterest m all school act1v1t1es Iames has also drstmgurshed hrmself as a hurdler on the track team THE RED BIRD 1937 V q " - t I . ., Q 1' j I A- 'A I N N I I 1' lv I V, I 0 X UN! I i 'I ,XX Vw 'ft 2 ' '- f o D X ,IHS I 4 I 1 1 'Z ' X . ky I ,r . ' C5 - ' ' ft 'H f- L! X4 K ' Y ,I v.x 1 ' , A ' 11 ' ,ff 1,1 tv' 2' I v , f pf! I . K K 5 ,Ks ' f .I sJ 'IJ I, ' 1 2 51 ul f , 1 ' L 1" fx al ' A ,- f t ' . XI. -X f' V ff I IV l , il ' X J ll! f! I . NI X t t X if I , ' N -t , 'tt N V' X I ' xx I if X ,' ,X A W xl X - f T A . o the eat A L7 7? Nancy Rogers Football Queen Ncrucy Rogers fl Senror went ine Honor oe no the fear 5 iootboll queen Nancy-3 years ot F C LI S ond true fmol honor s ndeed o crownmg touch Her success S won througn her qurck ond preosont srrule C1 Her wrnnrng rersonohty THE RED BIRD 193 N , ,f wi.. ,A l X 4 , if ' i 5 1' X' " , ' '. giopulority hos mounted steodily during her ,nur . . wvfl wv 1 ' ' ' lffeufs 714564: IEVANTI INIURLD Cafta1n Levant1 of tle Red B1rds was 1n1ured 1n pract1ce duty Thursday Septerr ber 25 MISS HELNING CIVES TALK TO GIRL RESERVES An 1nterest1ng talk on VVI at It Means to be a G1 l Reserve was g1ven by M1ss Helrnrng at the1r nseet1na Wednesday BIOLOCISTS HUIXT USEEUL SPECIMENS Spec WGHS prove to O6 areal a fl to b1oloay students as students present them to E C H S E C' H S BAND WAS SAID TO BE BEST IN PARADE Band goes Job hunt no ard wms tvle t two dollars and ffty cents as pr1ze number one CORNELIA PIERCE SPEAKS TO GIRLS MISS Cornel1a P1erce founder o H1 tr1 was speaker at Older Grrls Conference ID Mar1on Saturday Octo ber I7 CO1' PEPRESLNTS SPEECH DEPARTMENT Myrtle Blanche Cow was representatwe of Speech Departrwent at Ill1ro1s Teachers ASSOCIGIIOD held at Cl a111pa1an November 5 and o CRIDDERS EACE CAMIRA Mr Wals on catcl1es Brrds Exe ID he p1cture if the year of the football tearn STUDENTS SELECTED EOR PRESS MEETING Iean Brownmg Erank1e Sp nce and Iarnes Srr 1th attend press conference at U of I DIAL GOES TO CAPITAL B1lly D1al pro1111nent mernbe f E C H S has II oved to Spr1nqf1eld vu tl1 h1s fam1ly He plans to attend the Spr1ngf1eld H1ah IXICK TO CROWN NANCY QUEEN TONIGHT Nancy Rogers Wlll re1gn as at een of the football season as Capta n lN1ck Levant1 places crown upon her head G1b lNf1tchell and Bob Rushma three sen1or I ds sponsor ThanKsg1v1 a hop vmth Ve nor Peak s Orchestra SHEAEEER DRUM EXPERT VO1ED BAND CAPTAIN Palph Sheaffer well lfnown sen1or was 1 cted cr pta W of E C H S band by popular vote LEO LAND VOTED TO LEAD IUNIORS EOR YEAR 36 37 Dx ck Land pron nent 1un1cr heads class 1at s for on con1ng year PODI EN MAKES BLAST Angus Rodden ne Jly elected cl1eer leader a1ds students 1n new tell for sea on s ga11e Ol I I I BOY S PI Y COL rIlwI NCE MET DI LEMBIR 5 T IG tr enty thlrd eettra ' tl1e Olde Bo Conference is lela at Bern on Il Decern ber R A Wane of St Io1 Is was the r1rc 1 al speaker THE RED BIRD 1937 So .. I ' ' X 41 ' ' 1' ' .' . ' ' I Y s A , A . N A J L f , . . A 1. r ' fa ', 1 J ' - ... A.. Cf' li. . J Y . l. A ' . 1 .,.. . 1. . . W I I J 1 '1 1 n ' 1 if . A ' . , 1 , '. I I NJ .-1 A 1 . 1 . - , 'V E. -1 Af I. ., l - w . A 1 ,, f . .t . " ' '. ,j ' t L Y lvl JT I F I . e 1' , -. - . . - ' ' , ' r o . . , ., 1 . , V yi .U . 5 , . l A X 5 i T. . SCHOOL BOY DANCE THANICSGIVING AT ELKSnW1ll1a111 Worsham, ' 1' , H, 1 ' .a , . ' ' 'n " " 'I Y 1 I . 1 'pf FT ' I 1 X , ' ' . . ee . 1, 1. .... . , Y' ' i' I' , " 11 ' , ' ., . EI' e. 1 . X , . ,J I J 1 , I h tg - I .IQ74 ' IP Q T ff ' . E TE I 53 I 5: - ' ' 1:1 I or -T L, . .1 .' .t , l, f Af R, . f ,. s iff E. pfiit, TV -' BOY S OUARTETTE PROVE VERY POPULAR F C H S boy s quartette leave proven very successful The have appeared oefore several audtences and gtven spectacular per ormances WEST FRANKFORT CHOSIN AS SITF FOR REGIONAL B B TOURNA 'VIFNT F C H S was the place March 3 B was he ttme ADVANCED SHORTHANP CLUB H AS PARTY HERE Shrpmates on the S O S were gtfen a par v Dece nber 4 at 7 UU p m tn the bard room Many en1ovable games were played CECIL NOLEN ALUMNI ENROLLING IN SCHOOL Cect Nolen who IS now tn Honolulu plans to enter tne Untverstty of Ha Nan for a ntght course Cectl rs now tn tratntng at Fort De Russy SPANISH CLUB HOLDs A POT LUCK SUPPER Th1rd Year Spantsh Club under the sponsorsht ot l'rs Wllson entertatned thetr members wtth a Chrtstmas party Later the enttre Club attended the Strand Theatre HIGH SCHOOL HAS PROGRAM FOR ALUMNI A radro program was broadcast drrect from C H S to the college students who were home for the Chrrstmas Holtdays SPEECH DFPART JIFNT ENTERTAINS THE L ONS Myrtle B Cox Iames Wentworm Ioe Uhls and Marsr all Stel tede were the entertatners at the fveekly meettng of the Ltons Thursday Ianuary 7 The program conslsted of peeches readtngs and mustcal selecttons COVILLI UNANIMOUS CHOICE OF PEP CLUB Italtne Covtlh heads pep club agatn tnts semeste on new freshmen Sexeral ne ff classes have started due to the change of schedule STUDENTS LISTEI IN AS PRESIDENT RENEWS OFFICE F C H S student body was gtven the prr rlege of heartng the 1naugurat1on ceremony of Presrdent Roosevelt PFD BIRD PICTURES ARF TO BE TAKEN MONDAY Monday marks the day tor the begtnntng ot the 1957 Red Btrd Rtsst and French Studtos have ontract to thts year FRESHMAN CLASS LEADS ENPOLLMENT AT PRESENT Freshte boys and gtrls lead mth 24l ooys and 228 ,urls malcmg a total ot 409 FLOOD MARCH PROVES TO BF SUCCESSFUL Wtth co operatton of student ot F C H S the tlood rel et P arch proveo to be a complete success Food cloth nu and money were alven to ard those In dtstress COTTERS ESSAY WINS PRIZE IN COI TEST Edgene Cotter class of 37 was hotthed that h s essay on Coltecttng U S Postage Stamps had on he ft st prlze .A a d Thts cffa a ts g ven oy the nattonal vxeekly paper The Four Leaf Clo Jer THE RED BIRD 1937 B9 1 U , X17 4 l B I 1 , -. ..,. ' A , - , t ' . J A i - . . I 't f, r , 3 . . ' I . T ,, . I I L 27 A I 1 A 'T' ' T I I t . 'p I v. . ' , ' ' ' V . y: 7 s 1 , 1, . . In T 7 . I 1.. I 1 2. . , 1 v - - ,, , 1 zr . t ' ' ' ' I f A ' ,. P' ' I' Q . r. FIFTYfTHREE ADDED TO FRESHMAN CLASS Another semester brings ' , I r t V , t " L S . . . . . , . A ,v. . . . 11.4 7 .4 L "7 A c r l , . . X . 7 7 Yr. . ,N . i ' . ' ' . ' Q , . J V . , , V, , . A s N K f l , ., t 'r ' av r . A' r' I I I .. ' . Y , , UIQ! 7:50171 .4 Take Me Out To The Ball Game X 1 1 THE RED BIRD 1937 O I l lll et '1f,' :11 : ff F111 1' ' 1- 'jg TL 1' 121' 1 I1 T, , ' 12' Y' ' 1.5 ' 1' 1 111 iff' If lm " ,T if .1 . 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Q55 'Wi 1, '7 I 1 :iz ' THE RED BIRD 1937 THE RED BIRD, 1937 O' 2 Garner! anztou No volume attemptmg to portray a cross sect1on of school hte could claxm completeness w1thout IHGHTIOH of these two Whose marnfold ment we spend here as students Wlthout the1r care our bmldmg would soon be ln a state o decay They are ready capable and WIHIHQ THE RED BIRD 1937 93 u . g . duties make them so necessary to every mo- E A -gtlfetic eatnivaf The doors of F. C. H, S. were opened to the general public at 6:30 p. m, Thursday evening, April the first. The event was the spring carnival, an af- fair sponsored for the first time by the Athletic Association of the high school. Fun and merriment reigned for many hours. Laughing people, jostling crowds, gay shouting, excited "barkers" were everywhere. Vlforries were for- gotten, fun and joyous foolishness took their place. ln every sense of the word this carnival was a full-fledged home- owned and home-operated carnival lt was backed by the whole-hearted coopera- tion of the faculty and student body Thus the venture was a success Among the side shows there were stupendous attractions for all By way of competition there was a dog shovt and a snapshot contest ln the dog show dogs from Frankfort and all the surrounding towns were entered Rib bons were awarded for different classifications The winners were later parad ed in the auditorium and a cup was awarded for the best dog in the show Winners in the snapshot contest were also announced When you entered the building you were deafened by the noise but upon recovering your equilibrium you found yourself to be confronted by the marriage license bureau where a couple could be hitched for ex actly one nickel And a real artist did silhouette sketching As you walked down the hall you were covered with confetti and serpentine and in a few minutes you found yourself in possession of a tiny straw hat a whistle and a few balloons Remembe ing vaguely that you had 1ust bought these from a happy laughing salesman you suddenly notice that everyone is wearing his silly little hat and is blowing his whistle madly You do likewise and then having lost your much worshipped dignity you immediately find your self having a good time hveryone else is To the facts In the bingo booth there was always a crowd Happy cus tomers honest dealers ana prizes kept the house full Of course there was the Chow Hosise everybody s weakness featuring hot dogs pop and other good food The Hi Y sold candy as always Horremade candy was obtainable and also candy kisses At the west end of the hall sandwiches and coffee were sold All were in abundance Some of the other side attractions were the win a prize booth and a fish pond and the house of terror On the second floor of the building were the boxing matches the faculty graveyard the amateur movie stars Fifi tne mystery woman and all kinds of fortune telling One of the highlights of the evening was the presentation of He Aint Done Right By Nell an old fashioned melodrama presented by the speech department All the characters were enacted by boys The play itself was a delightful farce full of clever lines and exaggerated acting with the villian sometimes speaking directly to the audience The audience caught the spirit of the play and when the villian was doing his dirty work everyone hissed and booed The cast consisted of the following Laura Wilkins Delmas South Hilton Hays Dorman Depper Vera Carleton Charles Wilkinson little Nell lack Howe Burkett Carleton Wayne Carlisle The final feature was a variety show consistlng of songs dancing and the colorful climax of the evening the crowning of the carnival queen Marge Brain She and her four attendants Nancy Rogers Magdalen Stefan Rosa lind Griffith and Ha el Allen were indeed a court of beauty and grace Reviewing this carnival and noting its ultimate success we can well real ize that it will be a precedent for future years THE RED BIRD 1937 94 . 1 , . 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