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

 - Class of 1946

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I, xx 'Z -B4 .,1. -Z-'J' , . 1 wllsllnym To those valiant ones who gave thexr hves that we mxght have the opportumty to bulld a peaceful world We gratefully dedicate this book. a memo of our World ln Muuature The plot of ground on whxch th1s memorlal stands was donated to o r city by the C E :S R l d C St d b h d th nurne t left to rl ht are Walhe Lucas l-'reddle Gamner alroa ompany an mg e ln e mo n g ommy McCrary and Izmmy Patton These boys members of FCHS band sounded taps and choes at all mxhtary funerals SERVICEMEN AND ALUMNI Wainwright S Prayer In gratltude for all those who have pcud the prlce of v1ctory we now ask Thy guldance as we ded1CQle ourselves to that cause for wh1ch they gave the1r last whole measure of devot1on Lord of Hosts be w1th us yet lest we forgetl Amen 45: On Thanksglvmg 1945 'IU OUR iXLL,'Nl. 'I THANKS FOR THE VICTORY By Barbara Harsha Thanks for the Victory For the war you've fought and won For everything you've done, For lives and blood and sweat it took, To set that rising sun. We thank you so much Thanks for the Victory For Courage through your tears For faith throughout the years For ,four loyalty in battle ln spite of doubts and fears We thank you so much 'Vlany are the towns you have blasted And many the sorrows you ve tasted Though years of your lives you count wasted It was no fun But now you re done So thanks for the Victory You ve surely earned your rest By Him you will be blest To show our love and gratitude We ll always try our best To thank you so much Robert Cotton Hughes Student Body President says Welcome Home Alumni X llllllll WHO? WHERE? Allen Louise WHERE? Working West Frankfort WHO' Campbell Mary Lou Antolinr Edith Arnette Chloteal Arview Karleen Ashby Wayne Austin oan Barley Loren Bolin Edward Boner Patty Borek Stanley Brown Ada lean Browning Magaie Bruce Bill Bufford Bob Home West Frankfort Working West Frankfort U of lllinois Working West Frankfort Navy Wo king West Frankfort Navy Working West Frankfort Marr ed Mrs fames Clark Home West Frankfort Working Belleville lll Burris Hubert Cincrnnatti Bible Seminary Burton Wavell Navy Buttry Dorothy Working West Frankfort Calhoun Pat Working West Frankfort Carr Herbert Corrigan lack Clark Floriene Clark Wanda Clement Virginia Culpepper Kathryn Davi Fuby Defulius Eleanor Delleneck Anna Dinn Rosemary Dorris Donnte Dotson Donald Dotson lacqueline Douglas Phyllis Dovin Betty Army Navy Home West Frankfort Working St Louis Working St Louis Connally Bosena Working West Frankfort Cornia Gloria Worklng Detroit Mich Crain Virginia Married Mrs BobertSm1th Worktng West Working West Working Working Working West Working West Working Working West Working West Frankfor Frankfort Chicago Chicago Frankfort Frankfort Army St Louis Frankfort Frankfort X . 1 V , r , EEE i I . 1 , A ..,,..,.......,,..,.,. 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A r..... , ' 1 , I .....,.. l , , ', , 1 ', ......,....... ,,..r... , , ' ,, ...... ' , , r ,...r........,. ,.,..,. f , , ? Q ff J-N jfx xx 1' f " M' xi 1 Lf ff OUR XV DRI D R liX 'C JI AX 'Iii ARCH 'ND Ol 'R SVIICX JI , I I . 3 Ii 'W-L msg! un I Ill 'il 'T' W' X 1 xuuvfl limi! IN fl Slfilblv Ijlillflflcllillfk ' ' 'Q-f 4 UI' ,Pill U - , , I' C H N Do you appreciate your schoola lt s your WORLD for nine months each year and you have every reason to be proud of it, because it one of the best equipped schools in the state. The building is fifty-six and one-half feet nigh and covers 189 x 217 feet of space, almost a whole block, lt contains thirty-six classrooms, a beautiful cafeteria, a fast growing library and study hall combined, a special visual education room, loud speak- er systezri, which connects with every class- room, a well equipped office for the prins cipal and his assistants, etc, The seating capacity of the auditorium is l,l84 . . . Conf struction cost of building is over onefhalf million dollars and the value of eauipment is SlOU,CUU ,... Two Ford and Chevrolet school buses, costing 553508 each are includ- ed in this estimate. The buses are used for transportation for students to and from school at a distance of about five miles outs side the city limits. They are used for spe- cial trips made by students of the athletics and music departments. You can show your appreciation by keeping the classrooms, halls, lavatories cafeteria, auditorium, and grounds clean of paper, and trashg the walls and desks clear of penal irgarks, your locker, clean neat and locned You make your school what it is ITH PEACE ogorn blotnxetrng the eorth rt rs trme to burld o world of trrendshrp We know thot every ndtron rs u nerghbor the drscovery ond use of the otomlc bomb proved thot we fvrll hdve burld A WORLD OE EELLOWSHIP rf clvrlrzotron ts to endure We feel thot much of the worlds trme rs devoted to meet ng ond VJCIKIHQ mth other people rn o busrness ln d soctol lrfe therefore we ot Eronkfort Hrgh see unltmrted opportunrtres offered us for contocts wrth tedchers vvrth clossmotes rn closs rn club rn gym ond on the Cdmpus We con best work for d PEAOEEUL WORLD by promotmg THE FOUR FREEDOMS By Bo boro Ho s or o t e ree orrtsr fr eor tc ds ro g c y Of cane s poxert ond greed V dll ts crr es so oor, T e second freedom from ont Er r hunger ond from tr fe To 'tove food lothes ond dl we need The thrrd freedom rs thot of speech The lrberty to orve Oprmons of our government And of the woy me lrve Tlse fourth rs of relrgron The freedom of our proyers To dsk the Lord rn our ovtn Joy Relref from worldly cores M x these four freedoms thoroughly Arrong eoch creed ond roce And verv soon the world wrll be A erv peocef ploce M. -uf . , . , . . V A J 4 A . . . . L I ' C r W . . , T ' X ' . . , . t ' to ' , , , r f Q' f Ll ' , , , . . . OI' ' r' r h First f h f d ' Q S Cm f Of wdr, wh' h h . 41 r"g s: ' s , r O N , xfith A i LK 3 li . is , .. w , Cz. , 1, : l ,C , l v , ' To live ot hotppy life. 7 . . r I FVX H g' ,ffxrl X . ' :A N' .Ls it V, L . ' 1 t f,: - t yy' 5 F2 L .kgLx,,l xx, . T v A fu. I . Q? 4 .11 "T . ' . y by g I- ' u Aug F A y"":Q3x 111- .1 ' . , VX ff. I Q fffrt ' X ,Z Ylx ' .V ff . I tl r K ' .41 I fl'f R If X In our school there 1 a blending of various cultures types personalities Arne icans All Louice Monti, Bob Perry, Ioan Fcirlonq, Iohn Yauchotf, Ve.a Hancock, Lewis Smith, Patsy Nickoloft, George Shyrnanik, Allen Barton, Elinor Iones tind things of interest in the atlas, the globe, and the bigw dictionary 'eei - three helpful articles in our library of approximately IUOSU volumes. FELIUIUSHIP ADMINISTRATION CLASSES - CLUBS ' z F 7 --5' +3555 H L X " x fn C-if I ,.f' 5 X ' 7 ft 1' X cw ' Q 4 A is P ' E E if no D A - so c X cllldUtI'N Our VX rc IH Xlmmt rc Because of the scarcrty of materlals for regular use for constructron and reparr because of a lrmlted number of substrtute teachers because of due consrderatron g1ven to members of faculty and of student body who served m the armed force our school board spent constderable t1me th1s year olannmg for the general welfare of the 852 youth enrolled at FCHS They always cooperate Wrth the adm1n1strat1on wrth the thlrty seven faculty cooperauon rs the keynote of a successful school For therr untlrlng efforts we are grateful 5 mo Boarc Xlcnncrs Raymond Dorns Member Dorrls Cleaners 'Y Dr W S Rams Member Dentrst I W Howell Presrdent lnsurance Busmess Luther Burpo becretary Merchant T O Sloan lwflGI!lDGV Auditor Pearoav Coil Co NN C ol . I' f, - 5 Ol f Isl ' ' ' r ' TY . ' ll ' members and ten other employees of the school, because they realize that .thtl 'llwl: N l AKF SC H001 BFQT STATF Prim ipa Sc ullyls Challenge: OUR THF THE Perrrut rne through the courtesy of the Red Bxrd to extend a hearty greetrng and congratulate each of you upon h1s achlevernents for the year Thls IS our flrst peacetlrne yearbook rn several years and W1ll'l our change 1n d1rect1on lt behooves all of us to stop take 1nventory and plan for the future m the lrght of peacetrme demands Every student should constantly re evaluate h1mself hrs auns and hrs efforts The person who starts nowhere 1n partrcular usually reaches h1s destmatron rn due tune Very few successful llves have been left to chance Let us keep before us at all tunes our obfectrves and read carefully the gulde posts passed along the route They are wr1tten so that he who runs 1f he Wlll can read Agarn good wrshesl Your frrend 4413 X 1 .4 f 4 .1-1 J Y' 7, .4 ',...- .4g I T I -1 .4 , X ' , XX X 1 , f , 1 . ' 1 1 - , . . , , . , . I D7 ,., F... n l limi l can ic-r s l aisle ls lu Kc-vp llic- liyr-s Edgar Bain M.A, U. of lllinois Ed.B., S.l.N.U. History, Governrnen Bill Brown Ed.B., Sl.N.U. U. of Missouri Physical Education Assistant Coach ol Athletics Head Track Coach Sybil C Caveglia EdB SINU George Peabody College Health Physical Educa tion Amos Coleman MS U of Illinois E Sl U '5 General Snop Head D ot of lnd Qs., Walter E Colhns A M c l-' x ls :ia De lv-" e142 Zu Blanche Cox Ei B, Sl N U World History, English R. L. Crowell M.A,, U. of Illinois Ed B S I N U Commercial Geoarophy Health Visual Education Robert Davis MA U of Illinois Ed B S l N U Illinois Wesleyan ocal Music Arne ican History Cecxl Dorns S l ll U U of ll inoi V Ag iculture Elwood Fnsk G A J C1 - 1 . . 1 ' . 5 Q ,, , . . A , r - f V E ,. dB., UN. 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'B Afton Beasley Wolfe M A U of lll1no1s Ed B Sl J U E ql1 '1 World H1 tory Hattle Krupp S I N U U of M1ch1gan Health Phys Geography Englxsh HlSlOfY Ruth Morgan Rubrcam Bus College Dean of Gxrls Oftrce Secretary What faculty member Calls students kldS ? Torments everyone? Says You must get your work 1f you stay Runs 1r1 the halls? rn here I have too many tn my clas es Won t answer quesnons? anywayl Fell out of h1S cha1r? Grves HARD tests? Bought the frrst Red Cross card? Slts on top of the desk? Always gets the easy charr 1n the lounge? Makes "soap box" speeches? Propped h1s feet on the pr1nc1pals desk LlkeS to argue? and pretended to "take charge" Just as Wrggles h1S ears? the pr1nc1pal returned'Pl I Says, "Hr Ya"? 44179 ' x MA,'.cf "r1c1s ,H ' ' Y 1 Y i f ' , ., ,l, . Jxi'-ers' 9 A 5 '51, 'S .1 M. 5 'L 1-PW! . A Q f ' . . 'I V , A Librarian , ' K 2. , fl . . . . . . ' 3 , 11 A . ' C' Y' ' .. . . , 1 ss. r ' QQ, Q . A I .. . . ' . ' , S Time? 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',,.7., A, ..,.,-.,4 .,.,F FRESHNIB ' "A 1 '."-',.,": fa" ' A good eaacatron r,,..as ,A :'-Ap,L A A A it prevents FEAR OF PQYERTY A A A .oe-cause Lt prepares as tor a foo at '.'.'QlCK 'Ave can n-.foric to avoid poverty A A A lt dirr11n1shes FEAR OF THE FUTURE A A because 1-.re learn to plan to rrake our tature rnore secure A A A it CilI'Z1lH1Sh9S our FEAR GF POUR HEALTH learn Lrriportant new liapits and cures that ard A ioecause We us to preserve our health A A A lt prevents FEAR OF WAR A A A because educated nations are tlie ores who realize tlne real value ot keerina pea e in our world STRIX E FUR . 4 4m We, the class of 4? are against war A A because the war which has destroyed so rnuoh ot the '.-forld A peen sometnina tnat each ot us writ Gl'.'f'GYE reinemoer A A these tears . poor health l --v r H 1- A A .R the 1351 'Con YQCIYJ A . A HCI: Od purpose '.'.'1ll pe to prevent of poverty A war A A A and Freedom from fear can irnprove or freshrnan A A A a good student rnust pe 'ree from fear in order A , A to achieve better grades A A A to take part in student activities and A to irnprove his relationships with the social group A A A to araduatelll ere is nctnng to fear ut DFI itse X COFFEETIME FOR FRESHMEN Pl rx p es 1 age SSS AUS FO' L 7 lelt to n I -4, ry Y -s new 4. . 10 2 3 I 3 A, Agyff I ,Lg fri 1 f me 4 we f WM' l:l'CSl1fI'lCl1 f HOW I: 51' T in 4-i 4: fx 1 li, -fi i 6 ...A W-114 5,3 V :eff 1 -a. El 9 -s I A Aix A Q .eh i fd 'w fm Bill Adams lohn Alverson Clyde Alverson Charles Anderson Barbara Arview Gerald Avery' HOW II: Lloyd Bailey Bob Baker Veto Baldi Arthur Barnard' Bosalee Beal May Dean Beasley ROW III: Phyllis Bellamy Loretta Bolen' Betty Bolinger Dorothy Bowen Iune Bowers Marie Bowers ROW IV: Peggy Brotherton' Nathen Brown loan Brown Betty Broy Billy Buerkle' Billy Buttry HOW V: Dixie Butzek' Virginia Calvert Lora Mae Camp Katherine Campbell Vergene Cantrell Betty Caraway ROW VI: Eva Carrington Maretta Carroll' lane Chamness Harold Chance Sue Channon Deloris Cherepski HOW VII: Iames Chiaventone Nancy Claxton Eva Covert Pat Cowsert Charlene Dattron Patsy Darnell HOW VIII: Deloris Davis Donald Davis Doris Dees Eloise De Lap Bob DePriext Frances Deitz ,W P FFCSIIHICH HOW I: Betty Dorris' Naomi Dorris Gloria Dotson Elizabeth Doyle Harry Easley' Faye Edmonds' ROW II: Bob Ehrhardt' Edna Ezell' Gloria Ezell Ioan Ferguson Cecil Ferrari Grace Fickas ROW III: Don Filkins Iack Filkins Patricia Filkins Iune Forgatch' Larry Foulk Beverly Fox HOW IV: Gerald Fox Bailey Fulton Iack Furlong William Garland Helen Garrard Dorothy Georgeoli ROW V: Gladys Gilford Donald Giles Floyd Giles Virginia Glenn Verna Lee Gosnell Freda Gower' HOW VI: Ioan Gray Walter Gregonis Dick Grillith' Ioseph Gallagher Donald Gunter Evelyn Halley ROW VII: Rita Haines Ioan Hall Robert Hall Bob Hampton Peggy Hargrove Billy Io Harkins ROW VIII: Charles Harkins' Hoy Harkins' Charlotte Harper' Harold Harber' Doris Harpool Barbara Harsha K 2' up Fl'CSi'llU6l'l ROW I: Bernard Melvin lack Melvin' Arthur Mercer Charles Miller Verla Mings' Betty Minton ROW II: Bob Mitchell Eliean Mitchell' Doris Iean Montgomery Marion Moore' Ierry Morgan Barbara Morris ROW III: Betty Mosely Clyde Mosely Iimmy Mosely' Phyllis Myatt Daryl Neal Sylvia Niana' HOW IV: Bernice Nolen Lillian Odle Raymond Odle' Harold O'Neil William Owsley Pearl Parks HOW V: Dorene Pattarozzi lim Patton' Earl Dean Payne' La loan Payne' Audrey Pearce Paul Pearson ROW VI: Dick Pickering Erma Pinkham Douglas Plasters lean Plumlee Mary Pritchett Bernard Pugh ROW VII: Martha Pulley' Carmelite Pumler Mary Quarrels Rolla Ramsey lean Rankin Nadine Ray ROW Vlll: lames Hedden lames Reed' Ronald Reed lames Rennie Lavern Rich Ralph Richerson ,se o t E "4 K f -,,, Y , 1 c A K s 3 sri 41 . ,Q I -on , 1 A9 I 4 flu ff mg,- Q. 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' FFCS HUGH HOW I: Mary Neiman Tom Whiteside Bonnie Wieneke loe Wilkerson Kenneth Willmore Eddie Wilson HOW II: Ioe Wittcamp Leland Wright lim Yesinkus Phyllis Zimmer Stars by names ol stu dents denote perfect attendance for lirsx semester. .lusto Osc zlpofl mm llw Ano SOPHQNIORES WORK FUR cog ffld DD 6 .4 S ref are ,ree ro fre, .1 enn uooa Educat on ove thtnx lrve tn notton tne greatest rle are a deaeneratrng people Opportunrty Wald rr nes do so e rg 'C set es e f F Success e .we mast sdcceed n ra n mos war' 1 at l-laoptness I 1 on o re staaen' 1 Q to aet rnto the e TJ re aonr neg ost oe aole to a rftanner to make our wr g of trrn s extra Curr Cular acttvrttes nts stdares o Prepare for a 'oo These Plenty Stmvmg peg tn ngs Nrll make the World take nottce of our World ln Mtntatn e at Frankfort l-hgh unday DIHHCF Of El l IEIFIUC We are thankful that Amenca ts so free from want but N6 also hope that no people on the earth may go hungry From leh to nght Nancv Delteneck 4 1 ave age lfa les C eme 467 a e :me Pats: Ntckolotf 4 C-1 ave age gleest ave age m the C1GSQ Ba bara eter 4 5 ave age Dc g as Ka nes 1: estdent of " class Van Gtllespze secreta J lams Ragland t eas and larnes Hard vtce , es aem ' ij-1 Q sg di. x54 5 .-oy ' ..-I' RR 1 fx. ht!! f X L Pro- -'QII1 frozti want :deans . na, ,in -s , . lor we :fast have a :nance to - thx , Q-'1.:A"-Q4'-Cfff .sf-f-'We'-f " d -, ' :f .., A H., ' r .. ' -JCL -J-.M J AM- V--.wp-A V - ev good or owe . and tn ,orla 4 . , -s 4-. . l , ww 4 -v .. . , ,A Canon . . . plenty . . opportdnty . 4 . a H :Cr ln CA ti Se 1329.5 .. A. H. I 1 'MN ,1 .W :mf Q ,Q rf "wtf rl J: l Ame " ' ' ' tw A we xeepgng our nation 'ree from want. , . A good Home a ' , r -rn rt vs .l :""e A r. s . , . V , , , so- : mo, on 'rants . . . J . t. rx' st ,gay tn ' Lts ot tr' rr o s A Q I I f. , 1 ,t , W Q - - s ru g . . . r r . . . x., . A . . . L 1.1 ,. . ,. . ' t ' + ff ' 1 . ' . . M ' ' ' A ,N . . - . . . - A 4 A , J , . , . . S O f 4 . ' - w . , ' . . " "7 v f' V' v Y W v 1 Q r hr , r A , ' -, r I , A t Q Q 'ir - Ar the , - rj , r IQTSY , , - r -'T 1' , opllomores HOW l: Barbara Akin lanet Allen lack Avery Billy Batteau Ruth Butts Betty Beasley HOW Il: Norma Beaver Genevieve Berkel Charles Bernadoni Frank Bernadoni lean Bernhard D'Etta Berthoux ROW III: Mary Ellen Blades Fred Boatright Betty lune Brown Ernie Brown Mary Browning Edward Broy HOW IV: Dorothy Broy Kathleen Broy Richard Bruce I. W. Brumley lim Burnett Ruth Burris HOW V: Peggy Calvert lannie Capps Billy Caraway loyce Chapman Betty Clements Donald Cole ROW VI: William Collier Edith Contri Michael Creamer Charles Cremer Sadie lo Criley Paul Culpepper ROW VII: Frieda Darnell Elizabeth Davis Wanda lune Davi Tom Dawson Daniel Day Nancy Delleneck ROW VIII: Ice Demaretti Barbara Dillard Kenneth Dcrris Shirley Drake Ich: Durham Elizabeth Eadie ,.L7r S -I '44 ' 'l Rf fX 'dx - A 1 I O ta A -0 If lf L--'I ll I4 'V lb If Aa Y :A 2 9 I 4-: ,fa 3 I Ai., 4-7' 3 lil peg? A 'iff me-fig Ji w ff' If W 4 Q L 5 'Nb Q1 . oplmmores HOW I: Clarence East Barbara Edwards lim Ellinger Bertha Evans Donald Ezell Nelda Fillcins Xonix .SA ROW Il: George Flanagan Eugene Forgatch Charles Frances Louise Fravell Laverne Friclc Oscar Frirz ROW III: luanita Funkhouser Ioan Furlong Norman Galli Freddie Gamber Ietta Faye Garner Maxine Garvin i ROW IV: Ronald Gelso Delores Gouge Iohnny Gray Harold Guill Richard Guill Marietta Hallacre I 'Q wr- ' A ' I., AG .4 '17 ROW V: Vera Hancock lames Hand Anna lane Harper Wanda Harvey ,N ' Mary Ellen Hayes Belly Herrell -'V ' Row VI: Gerald Hess , ,A Emma Hill .4 0 F'-V '. Q 5' ' 3 Phyllis Hill A I ,, Robert Hodgson 7 ,ff Kent Holland Bob Holleman Q X rv ' ,' ,M 1 'W ,V ""., Row vu: X Betty Holloman f Don Hubbard , Q 1 Naomi Hutron I fr Angelina lcametri M, Doris lsaacs N I. W. larnes '4 HOW Vlllz Barbara leter Alan lohnson Genevieve Iohnson Elinor lcnes J Douglas Karnes Marian Kernosky .-l1.Xf ' 4 opluomores HOW I: Margaret Kirk Rose Kirk Bill Krah Ioan Latherow Deane Lasak Luther Leaman ROW II: Vada Ruth Lee Elgene Leet Clarence Lenich Kathryn Lesko Betty Leslie Barbara Lewis ROW III: Ieanne Lucas Betty McClellan Tommy McCrary Clinton McClintock Bill McDonald Gene McDonald HOW IV: lack McGhee Margaret McGhee Mary Ann McKemie Iohn Maddaleno Irene Mahan Bennie Manion HOW V: Hose Ellen Markulin George Martin Bob Mayernick Earldean Mick Caroline Miles Betty Io Miller ROW VI: Wanda Miller Richard Missavage Robert Mitchell lack Montgomery Kathleen Morgan Buddie Morris ROW VII: Geraldine Musiol Edward Mutchek Donna Myers Conrad Neal Ioyce Neunlist Patsy Nickoloil ROW VIII: Doris Nolan Bill Norovich Mary Ogdon H. A. Oliver Donald Orr Larry Owsl-ey fi 2915 'S' fn tv HM Y' vs- s 'v 17 ff 1 '4 9 I ...J lj' K if LQ , I Q ry 90 I 4 , 'x an lx.. 'i 1 ll fy V. N ... , I .I I , i ,f 4 ' We Q J . I ' 40' l ' ' I fs- xi fs I5 '.. -, . f a o 3 as . -9 P5 -A ,A Al 4' sfnr ' .li 1 I, f H 9 -9 op omores Robert Owsley Franlt Pattarozzi Allen Paul I , , K It J f ROWI: 3 . I Barbara Peavler George Peck Virginia Peel: ROW ll: Randall Perko leanette Peterson Darla Poole Teddy Potepan Maxine Price Roy Price ROW lll: lanis Ragland lames Raubach Phvliss Reynolds Daisy Roberts Calvin Rogers Wanda Romine ROW IV: Betty Rose Patsy Rose Helen Rotramel Betty Sadnavitch Tommy Sailly Bob Sanders ROW V: Stella Marie Senkus Earl Shutt Glenda Shymanik Don Simonds Kenneth Sims Carolyn Simpson ROW VI: Mary lane Simpson Betty Iune Sisney Billy Smith lo Ann Smith Paul Smith Bill Smilanich +41 . y -, ' if ,,-1' A now vu: -Ze' A I A ' " Y' Gale Smythe ff ' rg 'haw - Doris lune Snider ,A v nf . ' A QZJ' 'a Laverne Spaven gb "Q: ' ' ., 3 iii Norman Spittler 3 ' ' ,gs , Bob Stacy - if- w. , 'N Dorothy Stagner .P Y X f lf.-5 ,V ROW VIII: Faye Stevens Sue Ellen Stewart Sue Story Kay Summers Betty Swoilord Herbert Taylor gopliomores ROW I: Irma lean Taylor Wanda Taylor Aaron Thomas Bob Thomas Loletta Thompson Carles Threewitt ROW II: Thomas Uhls Iulian Vineyard loyce Wall Willie Walker Ioy Warren Ierry Watson ROW III: Elvena Weaver Kathryn Webber Mary Wendryhoski Leon Westell Dorine Wicker Dorothy Wicker ROW IV: Barbara Wilburn David Williams Iuanita Williams Mona Lou Williams Phyllis Williams George Willard ROW V: Mary Iune Willis Georgia Wilkerson Billie Iune Wise Hobert Wolle Frank Yattoni Iohn Youchoil ROW VI: Eleanor Zanter Eugene Gayer Betty Boyer Ioan Fagley Ethel Homan , I' 5? in 'Q . -AX' V 3 U ' l ! I 'Y' -9 YM L mc. .shi FRQLICKERS w La Q F ,L mr :- N P 'Yi LJ f- 1- , S 3 . 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Q Ezxe-rx re.: fe3r.I.1ifQ'-'f JL 3 ev ,. ll IQRS PRQVIQTE Qaeealam of Z Eaucatron Jes u e abrlrty to expre or, selves Aell Only n a dernocracy a e we permrtted freeaorrr of expressron ln our Mrnrature World we learn to express ourselves Nell through rnasrc hterature la g,1aae Journalrsm dramatrcs crence soclal studre vocatronal sub ects agrrculture athletrcs We ex press our Joy at partres games concerts assembly programs We show our sym pathy through grvrng to the March of Drmes the Red Cross Drrve the Chrrstmas March because consrderatron for others rs a frne way to express ourselves lf we are to have a really PEACEPUL WORLD freedom of expressron must be per tted rn all countrre a well a ra mlr own Students ffho des re and alce an effort to understand others are 're prng to Dollld a peace ful fvorld ITS YOUR WORLD GIVE IT YOUR BEST The followrng class offrcers and honor stu dents drd Just that loana Webb 4 9 average hrghest rn scholarshrp among the grrls Ray Moake vrce presrdent Tom Sloan 4 9 average Ne1lD1llard presrdent Lucy Easley secretary Brll Palmer 475 average Howard Shackle ford 493 average hrghest among the boys Mary Ellen Donahue 4 7 average lames MC Ghee treasurer "Lim" X - QHAIQ 'KW GIVE IT WU v- fi 4433 9 'fx Davxd Absher Bur Appleton Wanda Lee Barnes Allen Barton Ioe Benedettr Robert Buttle Robert Bowker Mxldred Bnley Gwendolyn Bntton Edith Broad Oulta Fay Bufford Shxrley Burton Robert Calvm Iames Cantrell Beatrrce Carpenter Vrrgmxa Cena Dons Chance Ioan Channon Betty Clma Mary Clements Karl Collxns Clyde Cooper Theresa Cullen l Doraetta Brown I Q 1 'ZS al 44510 I 435 by Harold Culley Maxme Curmmgham Drucllla Cult Bxlly Dawson Bemlce De lulxus Nexl Dillard La Vern Dlllon Mary Ellen Donahue Annette Dorns Bob Durham Lucy Nell Easley Bonme Edmonds Iuamta Elkms Gordon Ezell Mary Farmer Nancy Foulk Edna Fmney Shxrley Fox Ice Fns Donna Fuller Wanda Furlong Buddy Fushn Ralph Fushn Helen Garrett Rhoda Good Iune Grady Loren Graves Norma Grubbs Wilma Gunter Tedra Hancock Howard Harkins Albert Hanley Pansy Io Hanley Virginia Haskell Leon Hays Eleanor Heard lo Ann Helms Clyde Henderson Iames Herring Shirley Hess Margare! Hill Wilma Holland Mary Iune Homoya lack Howell Thomas Hughes Wanda Ice Pat Kaiser Shirley Karnes I Q Iohn ue Karroll Marcella Kernosky C Kirk Gerry Lawrence Leotls LeMasters Bob Lemmon Wallace Llttle Dolores McCl1ntocl: Glenn McClmtock loyce McCollum Opal McCollum Bermce McDan1els loyce McElyea Iames McGhee Paul E Mabry Eddle Maddox Floyd Martm Io Ann Medlm Andrew Melville Cloetta Melvm Veatnce Melvm Norma Iune Mlller Barbara Miner I. . ' Iim McClellan Betty Mmgs Wayne Mmton Iacquellne Mztchell Ray Moake Louxse Montx Betty Moore Shlrley Moore Essxe Mae Moseley I-'lcann Moseley Mary Mundy Bernard Narusls Warren Neal Freddle Nexbel Pnsczlla Nicholson Norma NlCOlGl Elmer Olxver Stella Oliver Richard Ovrick Bill Palmer Kenneth Peebles Mary Penman Margaret Perolio Bob Perry Tom Pickens UNIORS 4- 7'-r xx T7 vi' we.. ig 'iff gf A Vx . Le ge, Q19 on l i A . 2 f A S be h tr. 'ev 'X 4 J I Q Q- "VS 'X K' T'w Q-1 Della Pxnkham Iuamta Plontec Sue Hemhe1mer Ruth Ann Rxce Ioyce Hzchardson Kathleen Roby Camxlle Roe Don Homme Leona Roper Ierry Rotramel Carl Rumsey Stephame Rusxewskx Floyd Schumn Howard Shackleford lean Shepard Noma Faye Showmaker Gecrge Shymamk Robert Sxmkunas Tom Sloan Lewls Smxth Iohnme Smothers Iames Southerland Io Dcnna Steele Edna Sweet Charles Syers ldella Tackett Charlene Tate Donald Tate Marilyn Tate Denny Taylor Betty Lee Toler Iohn Tyler Herbert Vaughn Pauhne Vaughn Dorothy Wall Bxll Walton Marvxn Ward Randall Watklns Ioann Weaver Ioana Webb Donald Webster Frank Wendryhoskx Mary Lou Wheatley Pann Whxtesxde Helen Wxlkxnson Laura Wxllxams lo Ann Wxllmore UNIORS Gene Williams 4 40 ff LXIOR 14155 Dana Wxlson Gerald Wxlce Elvis Wflghf P Day a Way Your .J aw Bt a Hcfvad M U lJl P1 t a Tom D 'J Fil S EIDCI FEIIICICQ l Helms and Bunker together as usual 2 Baroara Seventeen 3 Glamour G1rl 4 Sweater G1 ls 5 Sloppy lan 6 Frankfort l-ltgh Rahl Halal 70 Several Feet of the chorus 8 Sllly Sopho ITIOTGS ' L J l T S 9 4 -U . X s . T' . . 1 1 1 'f ' Al ,: H! , lxnzors that alan' han' 'X thetr pzctares take: 'sr trg s annual are Gale Clajwor ' Gee Crowell, P jrnon - "er ll G se, Leonar fs Harris, Edward Holloian Ca Lucas ' 1 r C' ante.. r A De n Me" n, Ftxley nknarr ' 'ne Flrle Bertie. F'Q.'1'?l Hose efs, and art l 4 h . . . , W S- A ' -G . A A -C E L - - ..,. 3 5 I 1-, I f A K T f i 1 'gs ' 1 ' - ' S" I QENORS X LL E Zzaeecfam of www We t Frankfort has rnany churches l drlterent denornlnatlons Do wad attend cnurchf Shown rn cross tcrrra rt are Row l Fada Ruth Lee 1 5 grade average the second hrghest av Ann Rams 4 92 average Row 3 Robert Hughes Cotton 5 average a oertect average and valed ctor an ot the senror class Row Mane N1clcol oft 459 average Gerald Taylor 45 average Agnes Melcota secretary of class Howard Roberts v1ce pres1dent Carol lacobs 465 average Row 5 Roger Young pres1dent of the class All students especlally those who ex pect to be leaders should attend church Y N X X I 7 1 k l f ' Qc. A ' -f . ,'T9- . l ' l I- ' . H099 U2 me genlof Class? ROW 2'dlO Doris Mitchell, 4.33 averagelg Row 61 1 VN c Axllc nd C turf QB IQRS VALLE 4aeecZa of Wauhqz ln our democracy we wo shrp as we rrease Semors who were chosen as ottrcers of the1r class and they who ranked lmghest rn scholarslmp are shown rn cross forrnatron Row l Lula Easley 426 arade average Row 2 Betty Rengstorlf 4 2 average Row 3 Drck lones 4 25 average Row 4 Perry Krng 4 23 average Kathryn Love 4 43 average Nrna Cole 4 3 average Mar cella Poctus -4 2l average Bll l-larrts 42 average Pow 5 Vtolet lfenees 428 average Row Alfred Dartt treasurer ln the lower plcture on tlus and the oppos1te page tne same groups of seruors shown rn cross forrnatron are ptctured ln one of the churches 1r1 West Frankfort We Attend Cl'lUl'C'l'l SE' Row 1: ELVA GENE ALLEN Admits-he is 3 good V farmer . . Delzghts in-horseb3:k riding . Regrets- .V theres not always sunshine 121 which tc TRUE? hay , , Expects-to be a farmer , GOLDIA ARNETT . , . Admits -shes having fun at school . . . Delights in-talking 3.1 the time . . Regrets-she must work for 3 living . , Expects to pass this year 4 , . NADINE ARVIEW . . Admits-she likes curly hair Delights tri-furlough dates . , Regrets-h3'.'ing only five senses . Expects- to have a good tirxe in the future. Row 2: NORMAN BAILEY , . Admits-he likes to sleep . Delights in-having a good meal . . . Regrets- 1 he doesnt have enough time to sleep . Expects-to get what he wants out of life , . RUTH BAKER . . Admits -she has a sneeze that is out of this world . . . Delights in-her ability to talk , , Regrets-sneezing . . . Expects -to be a good housewife . . . ROBERT BARKER . . . Admits he never studies Delights in teasing girl Regret he doesnt get enough sleep Expects to pa s every hlng Row 3 DOROTHY BARNETT Admit she likes ice cream sundae Delights in a certain Iohnston City boy Regrets she couldnt go to ICI-IS Expects to run an ice cream parlor GEORGE BERNHARD Admits he likes football Delights in driving his car Regrets his innocence Expects to be a man MARY LOU BLUYUS Admits h likes school? Delights in seeing football games Regrets this ls her la t year Expects to have a good time Row 4 STANLEY BONZY Admits he cant sing Delights in borrowing Regrets the sun doe nt shine every day Expects to see a rainbow tn ough every cloud DOROTHY BRILEY Admits she has brains somewhere Delights in saddle Oxfords Regrets day dreaming Expect to get a iob BILL BROWN Adrrits he loves to pester girls Delights in fair play Regrets himself mostly' Expects to loaf Row 5 BETTY BUTTRY Aamits she has a fasci nation for athletic sweater Delights in flirting Regrets the eighteen year old draft Expects to get rrarried sorre day MARY SUE CALVERT Admit she has wide Delights i working o RBIN circulation s aff Regret she s so sr' ai Expect to be a pe 'nan rt p teacrte LORRAINE CALVIN Aa 'nt u lu ht tina R 3 o d Exp ax .worry Row 8 BETTY CANTRELI. 3 e a DONALD CHAMPION i 1 Reg a go a E o L DJ 3 ieaa BURL CHANCE Admit e A bus r G N Theres DOIHGIIUHQ out 1 Cnlor 44 44 an I O RS 000 iq :- . , , , - ss . , . s- 3 : . . . .- , s' 1. ' : . . ' s- ' - . . . . . . ' -s e . -- ' " s . . . - " . . . ' . ' - ' . . . - - s ' . . . . F . . . r - . , . 1 i I , . , . . . I S . N . .M n , - . eyes . .r- .. . t s- I , N .1 'l , s - n. sli I r . . 'rr s-shes a l'o 'A girl Delig. s in-just sit- , ..e rets-s litu e -. ects-never to h 'e a s . 4 ' 9 1 X : I-.3r:1t.1-e'.'eryth.n3 fl pp ns to her Delzghts in-vzsitzng 're3ml3rt3 Regret:-her iievotzon Expects-to 3et losf sorietzrne . Aimrs-Eze like.: to ECC . Del gr ts in-drzvzig trucks PETS-3195 o' boy ' ects-Z 'e ""r" 'er xp D , 3 1 , , .. s-1:1 "ond Ls 3., right aeggnts in- 'r :aes Regrets-red E131 EXQE'l'fF7fC zrzake good in lite I . s . .. 1 . . E C I O I C4 45 Row l: RUTH ANN CHANCE , Aarnzts-she doesnt date Delights 1:-having fur, . Regrets-having 1: study to pass-. , ExpectsQto learn how to swzrn . . . IAMES CHRISTY , Aarxits-he could make gaod grades , Delights xn-being 1CllY , . , Regrets-no Daylight Saving Tir:-e . Expects-tc gc into politics , . DOROTHY CLARK , . , Adrnits-she dcesnt always make a nctse . . Delights in-excuses . . . Regrets-chemistry . . Expects-an average hte. Row 2 NINA COLE Aa 11ts she EQQIFHIHQ tc s e me rght Del1gl'ts 1n che .v1'1g gurr Regr t sae has but ore llle to l1ve Expects 'o be a supe deluxe secretary KENNETH COOK Adrnrts attract Dehghts rn bemg hrs own boss Regrets a tozen car on a wrnter mornrng Expects to be ornethrng RAYMOND COUNCIL Adrru s he s a good man to have around Dehghts tn cheerfulnes Regrets Englrsh Expects to grow taller Row 3 GERALD COUTURIAUX Admrts he s cute Dellghts tn tak1ng gzrls home Regrets the speedometer regrsters Expects to be a econd Van Ichnson BEULAH CRAGGS Admlts she has a good heart Deltghts 1n domg the unexpected Regrets her 1mpat1ence Expects to flnd her better ha f EDWARD CRILEY Adrmts he s a wolf Delrghts rn backtng the ar 1nto oblects Regrets berng so short Expects to be rnamed before hes 100 years old Row 4 IVA CULBERTSON Adm1lS shes small Dehghts 1n havrng a good t1'r1e Regrets she has but th1 year Expects to grow up sorre day ALFRED DARTT Admlts he s popular Delrghts IH g1v1ng wrong answers 1n class Regrets to b aught IH a bad predrcament Expects to get out of 1' C H S LILLIAN DAUNIS Adrmts she ha pretty blonde l'a1r Delrghts IH sarlors Regret her nlclcname Expects who kncws'9'97 Row 5 KENNETH DELAP Adrmts he l1kes whlte C1ty Park Del1ghts tn loafrra 1n class Regrets l1le lS'1l what he thought 1t wc ld be Expect rrax A 1'1 Chemrstry ALVA DILLON Aanfn 1k lf Delrghts If 1 gmg Regrets T e e rru be s rrtethmg he r gre s Expect N rc p a d 'ma hrmselt tarnc LEO DONINI V av D lraht e e w'11stl Expe ' world Row 6 GLENDORA DORRIS a1r V oca De 1g'1ts rn ta K1 g tc ne cppos1t he doe t have e 'rt NO lc Ev cf HAROLD DORRIS 1 .ss a s. , D .1gt 1. . ,1 es eg.e, . aldnt read hrs lrbrary books . . Expeas-tc pas' without sfdym . . IESSIE DORRIS rritsvfr a g.eat 19 . D ligl r khappins s rstsflslue Mon a . Expects- .csy futu Row 1 TOMMY DOYLE Ir LULA ELLEN EASLEY EDNA EATHERLY Row 2 BILL ECKESS RICHARD EUBANKS f Hug ,. no 14 CRISSIE EVANS 3 Row 3 IOHN FIFE N 1 mg LOUIS FINAZZO v O1 DGIIQII K1r,!.,1'1Q l Hemel H N'11z kd 0 Va 'np who BOBBY I-'INN 1c1 rv ELDON FURLONG b ROSEMARY FUSTIN A Row 5 IACK GAAL 1 '1 3 J DOROTHY GEORGE BRIDGET GILLESPIE Row 6 BETTY GORSKI Q PI LILLIAN GOSSETI' DOROTHY HANCOCK : . . 15,111.12 --rw 11.115 'zit- r':.. felidb' If.-YEFQIYU i life herfg J REUTE-ffgfli 1-I ti 'rtxii I E:-Lp-e:'s-t: 3 2:51 tirrtqe zr. 5.1211 sihzzll I 1l.irv.:" ii: lf ICf,'.',f .t,'i','1T.3 IOFIQQIT' :i-7.T.'1:'J ie? iifff li 1 5:15 rggry'-'iii stir :vet H1351 56:33. ity: '.-.'1l1 he :vf-1 Fi.g:i,.'-'C :111'.'e 3 3531 CQ, A 11f,1f.'7.3f1E r 'J 1.3fQT'.L'EZ1gf'-' 1,e11::1t- Qi- -'ffllfffl gif-3' Fegxrsf'-stfikiiijz f:.p-f:"-- 1v,vY'Ed,IIKZ Bef' : A IIfQl'f'I.E,' fill 315 'zrxi W-91.--V' 1,e11g:11.' 1:-:Hilti Qi 'TCKT parties Regrf-i,f Ill? :1:nh::t1-3 Eiifpii'--T: itiike g3:d griic-1 . !:XTfT,1fSYfIIE llkfzf 1: sleep lf? uh' Class lielxqhls 1:1 -preiehdmg Exe.: br1l113r1! 1 T'?l5'fLlYlIIOYZYl.S , . EX'1f2f:t.s--tc CII? of Cver-" 1' . .A.dfI21'.3'-IIVEYQ Um iriferegurxfz pefgile IK the fIJ'.",' . D'2lI'l'Il'f 111-3 CQTUIYL tif, l1 E11 arid llflfI'1,7CfiE .f" Illjf . R-Qgrf-fs-215: HCT IICIYIE . Expects--'C tink, i '-:cw Q4 3 l:'lf,1fj : . . . Admit:-he ' 31.3 bor: IDI' so1iell.11i': CYECII-f-'NIIUIU , Dehchts Iif-3111321 Share Regrets-he has ITC TKLZSICCI ab1I1t'y Expecfsgtc lake 111. easy' . 1 Adrriits-hes not vert be lash , , . ' IIT-5-Ahh. Cass . , . J :s-- 65 mst 3 1' 1 . Expects-t ve "- As Sc1tiei11r.e this j- 1, . . Adrrxts -he 113s 3 i1s::fl1:Qt1cr1 1: Qahcr . . Delzzhts IY1-XXII' ing . Regrets-f-:3:npul5cr',' EJLLCCICI1 Expects- to Q?I by Row 4: MARGIE FLOOD . . Airiits--she like: I: lik? 3-eligiys 12-'.-Jecnrzrtg TTC lscbliy' pits Rf3iII'5f,7 -T116-TQ UYQfif 111:19 135325 1: SCIXCC. 1'I:4pects-1: bf? 1 Q4 . . A.'iIT11I.57Il6 lxixs lzck, w3'.'y ILVJIY Qclvxlzfs 12-lclxisfii C113' Regret-- l1?e 1.1.1 17s hir: 1' :rr-ext: If:-rpects-tc QGZ wiicxt he wiriis out 54 112 ACi11.1'.'- .shell iet 131' , felzixiits 111--'1P:1K:1 1131i He'1ret.'--- ,shes .rake Iig 1:51511 . l::-1p-?:ts-- 1115 t1:ikQ1Xg C' bells : ACi111:ts-Pie s liable 1: ciife l3el111f1ts 1:--fini Clarmei Flegrffts-lxe 1.21 1 Harry lcrtzsfs ff:-fgfeii'--1: be il 7: d 1401111 .311':11':-siifs 'tixli iever he iz .'5l'f9flT':' Dwxgzpis Lf. Lip' 1,353 Rezrgtf--:11:Cr1Q1g51t 219111: Fxpeits-1: 51:11:31 1: Lzij Afi:111is-:Qc 1215: 11:19-if 391131115 lY1fI:l'."y' Blxm Re':1e'.'- sly, fiixldrlf he PrQs1iiffr11 C' 5-'.":T'U' 1111133 f:4g,+:" -': ' 6:3154 1 '.'-?'e11:3113r1 A : Ai1111t:-::.f,' 21021 :11Qv.'111'1 33:11 f.-if1:j1:1fs1:--111111231: :Q Re r, J v-all '11-9 '1::.-2 :Ei-3 :sends 1: '11s iizrk r::rr1 Y-1: shy: :- Y:jQE.j.' :l:ss fgijiefts-': 111:77 3 11:r1:s:t:eA iitiiir 1 . 151::t11ts It Bee: II 1.323 LCZZ' T119 fefnits 12-'Lie j:13','er.' Regret- He lf 1' Czzrip .l.t1eri1f',' fr-3:93115-'3eirg1e7 .L.jff.1fFf.'f.- :Lifes it he t93.ie'i Ielgzlifs 1:-33312 f,:rffts-sie didrit st11'i',' fT.f"1 E7-:pQ:'s-T: pgs' ,l1:1.er1f:r1 G:'.'err.111-?it vs I O XS B. ON Q"-p if G47 Row 1 BILL HARRIS TOMMY HAYS .11 FQQY' G rf FRED HEATON ne: Row 2 DORIS HICK Q U 3 THERESA HISCOX '1 'JJ ear Exp ne C1 Q HM HOLLAND gr 1 EY: Row 3 ROBERT HUGHES '1 t'1e D lg'1 311 g g e e 11:1 but e Dru EC Eype b tre 45t'1 P1 e U SHIRLEY HUTCHINSON Ad1'1t De 1gl'1ts 111 getfmu "1c11l o Pa eu et pflflg efe EY e s e HERBERT HUTH 1 es VII' 'J ee e CY 11111111 e l'l We "1cr'11 ec: et 1 la 111 e1t X ect ot out 0 Adlml Q11 Row 4 CAROL IACOBS Ao'r1 s .- lcwoo lgbf "1 D I C u ee cl'1c1 PI g MADA IOHNSON e to OHIO Exp to b e Q DICK IONES e ,fb el neil D l gl' G et ls CVC111' ot t1'1e Exp e 1 e 1gr1 111 DQV1 e e3v1'1gt'11 lea Row 5 MADGE KERR Ad1'111 Poo 1 cn lOOI'l sorre tzstc lg t 1"1 b':'I3 '1 lo'1g sweaters Expe In '11 we o b PERRY KING 1'11ts 1 rea to be CI e Del1gl'1ts 111 Tedrc Reges CI t 1'1 o e Expects to be-g1'1 l'11 CI 2Ul PAT LAMKIN Ad1'11t he HQ 3 1':111 C1 lC11.gl1111g Del1gl'1t 111 be 11g 011 RBN sa ets she C3'1I ve- e l1f Ggom xpeft o WFIIQ Q boc Row 6 FADA RUTH LEE Ad 1 sl1e Pos c QOOG bIC1lF Dehghts 111 plctymg tne p cmo Regrets Cx' one Expects to be cr' GCCOTQGWISI IUNE LESLIE Aslrmts s'1e l1kes other I'II"lgS heaps better than sc'1ool Del1g'1ts III Muces Regrets there s no mcm 111 he dreams Expects to be Happy always BILL LINK Admrs He has but one hte to g1ve to the Qlfls De rghts 1' d'1v1'1g Co s Regrez He hum' Q ca' Expects to deC1d9 w'1at l'1e wants to do S E l R S 1 A'irr.1te-r1e.a 2 gccd :ice .2':1e.c:1.:: , Delzgztz 121-'J Scphie , Fegref-P1.','Ql1: WL., itz.. .ze :ere :text 'fear Lzpettz-T: ze t:e 'f.':rQ'4 3 " N Lees: typst . . Adrxztz-lie 1,5 zgrxsle 8 Q. I. It-e'Lghts 111-QCII? is "EJ 22 . R-Q'T9fE-ffilfilfg Q I V R15 e1eeg: . . EX'eCts-Z: he G FQ: Ifflfl Wmkle :Crie- ' f 233' . . :sirius-:e :as 3 v::',' :sept 51:1 , Delights ix-vrearzrtg fishy' :lies I'lf11'S , , E jets-that :ight fins: end , Expects-tc ge Lit: 131, W A I tr',1:k1:'.g business gf L 9 ' : S I-ririits-she aces ter ssl- dzere . . Del1 his in--itil fizrk me: 'cr EECYEI A Redreti-she.: not Zl years :Pi Ezpeetz-1: have Cl 5' 'U some of her sw: sorted V an Ad1711!.:-.shes '11t1s11: ll-el:'5E'1t.a 1271? 'mag pzetgrea '- . . , R,41etse:s11es .afzll it FCHS '.,e:ts-to ' , T defijxer Ct 35111111129 Admit:- he .2 Q little 1:15611 . Deltghte171-v.'1.1:fl1r.zj IR the case:- bly' . Re e ::-:tudy :alle .A e:t.s fc d: scrxethxng WQr1'ie1'ull : . , . .. "IC1','5 G1 1- honor roll . . ez lts 1r1Apl 'A YI lcctball . . , Q I Re :Je-5 1 3' .c:-'11:t: give ts HS ... 1 ,ctr-tc e '. Q eslfiertt of XII, S . . Q, 'Sv , .1 2-she lsves C11em1str',' - 1 ' , . l' " - ,114 11 1 .1 le . R,41,1S-.2 " fy 1 . ,. ..p ctr-tc be C nurse, , ... Admfseh 'C Qty . . . Delzdhts 12-slnpmg tw- . .tru ' 1'1 'Ls '1 1, 11 .jpg . . . R-,1, s-l1'e has Lis 'TZ 4 c111rs...E.p, s-cl ' 'l1'e. 247- : . , is-she. 'foztutg . Del' in-1r1e1.sr1z::g lcve letters . Hegre seher 'ac Q.-'1:.s' Expects-te riwt 3 prrrice - 1112 . . . , A1m1!sYs11,.s 'J gl, sweet kid . . . Del lts ' -' .13 mee 11 rs . . . Regrets-she.: l '. l ze 1, 1 ects- e G s cret rv , . . A512125-hes ev 1' 3 Y .1 . ' rt-thrcb . , . e11 .ts rn-the marie lean . Rear, .Q- Q ' l1': 11 11 s. ' e-'tsfto stay n W F, I l Q '. H V .4 If : , 1' SVSC11 l As ' .l - f - ' 7 11, H' . . 1 Del' ks 1:1-111s ,Q vi. . . Regrets- 1 ' -e... AC'-to1c'tthe1gf:1ty... ..Ad1'-tsg t - Smor.. . ' r'- rt.-been llgerlnger V - -'1 ASCCITSGY 1 .. - V, .ls-s-.s .11for '1 .. 5 ' ,ff '--11 1 tlf,..Reg1, -11, 1 l:-l11 r 'E ,S-f "- li . If fl l f 'I : , . 'rrfts-Q1 1 ' ' 1... ' '1- '1 ' i 1 . 1 . - SE 'IDRS Row 1: IACK LLOYD 1l1ar.1ts-:es 3 kzccgze- wccgle bpgle Iccjf . . Eelzgzts in-playing music -ut ct thrs world , Regrets-havzrtg tc gc tc schccg 1 , Expects-tc have cw: band KATHRYN LOVE Adrxrts-shes lfifililgifif Ee-flghts 1:2-her ':1cQir1 Regrets-sh- stil young . . Expects-to be a g '.'1cl1n1sz . MARY LUTHER Adrxzts-she doesnt waht tc hurry Delights in-Wearzng red Regre d1dnt study ricre . Expects-tc live :st of wc'ld Row 2 IOE MACHURA a crna guy De 1gh s 1n argu1 g Regre av1'1g tc 'all 1'1 ove Ex et tc 16 napplly ever atte- VIRGINIA MAHAN Ad IIS she Ilkes eve ybody Dehghts ID tlowers Regrets he rrut make departu e now Expects to laugh her way through 1Ie MARGARET MARSHALL Adrnrt she s absent 1r11nded Dehghts 1n gomg ya ta ta ya ata ya Regrets srttmg w1tlho11t talkmg E7-'pects tc grow up I1ke her SIS Row 3 IOHN MARTIN Admlts he s a gocd 11tter bug patner Dehghts 1n wearmg the latest style Regr s hrs Puny Welghl Expects tc be called Iohnny sornetrrne dur1ng h1s hte LESLIE MAYHEW Adrmts he hates work Dellghts IH assembly programs Regrets hes no prlnce charmmg Expects to Slng hrs way through IIIG EDGAR MCDANIELS Admtts lh1s 'ucknarre 1 BlacIc1e DeI1ght 1n baklng pres Regrets no ture to play Expects an understandmg w1te Row 4 IEAN MCELYEA Adrmts t'1e e ls a certa1'1 boy Dellghts 1'1 typrrg 1ette s Regrets she doesnt have more t1me to dance Expect to use her Shorthand ab1I1ty MARIAN MCKOWN Adrmts her thoughts a e mth the Ilav J Del ghts IU eep Reg ets peanu Ex ect t et GIOPQ AGNES MEKOTA VIIIS 'IIN Iavf tops De 1ghts 1 after chccl axes Regre the week dce 'tt COTSISI o Week Expects to a tc Row 5 VIOLET MENEES A VI gaca S c hir fi 'aht Iete Rear c e LOTHEI.. MINGS EVA MISKOWSKY hf S Row 6 DORIS MITCHELL MARGARET MITCHELL 7' IANE MOORE Xi IX : , .ACIYIIIS--I'lSS r 11 ritz: ' . , l' 2- ' - 'n , ts-h '1 '. l . p cs- lv ' ' 1 1' . . . ' ' - , , -s 1 s 1 her r . . - 1 I' . . . . ' s-1 L I AA r ' ' - ' 1 et -1' ' ' . 1 . - . ' e- 1' 1' 1 's ' ' " , . I . Q. V .4 . , 1 - I 1 7 v A 1 ' 1 ' . . . , s- - 1 r ' '11 1 I , . 1 1 -sl , . . r 1- 1 'ts . p s-c g ' 1 . . Adj -she tl' ks the I 1 is : , . I' 1 1 rx- s l c ' . , ts- ' 1 s. 1, , I -ends , :- he secretary 1 a rnilltcnaire 1 F5 f' A . ,rye : . 3 .. ts-she s ' in ' 1 I1 r1.1 n, De11 1 s 1:-gettmg 1 t, rs ets- ' 'Ipe couldnt araduafe 1: r Expect.:-1: be I1 5 Srgcrtiahiz 'eacrger 1131111111-E1e.' afar ftfeliarpfx Li-talking ic all 'EL :Ulf Regret: I --wcrk E:-tyfcii--Z: xtax' If 'fl E 'crever I d A'ir:.11: Q-, in iff- Arrrgy IDC-lrght: I .71 Jil! rt ..:: Rediff,-ir.gf xsir had if if 1:11, V x - fkrcr-211'-T: '.-.uit gr1'1Q 'Jill Lit: ,- ' .M ai . .-11:53. 1r, :..:.: P' :r-' --7. t:..:.:. I 1-v:::..' ,pgs 1.11 1 :rw .r. A I 5 f',LK,f1I -'f."' .1.ff1 I", If A f.2'.'lf." ' 1I'f' .f. A 1 E7-'11 'i ttfzrrz' : 7',1r'1-' : 1" 5 . E X I Row 1 IOAN MOORE e rate L 1g"1 ho se e es ne doe t know 'ton' d c fa t Expects tc ftnd orrethmg h RAMONA MOORE Adrmts th re arrays c e M r Dehghts 1'1 fokn g h t too rra 1 scl hom at once' E p o b e errbe ed BILL MUTCHECK A xt rfans 1ght IF pre y gl Reg TGI O1 s Expec' to own a coal mme Row 2 MARY MARGARET NEALON Adnuts ha red r Dellg ts 1 playlng garnes Reg ts alkat1ve peopl Expects to be a Lady 1'1 Woute MARIE NICKOLOFF Aarr1t he tud1es and uvcrncs on the annual Dehght m play1ng p1ng pong Regrets she dldnt take sc1e'1ce Expects to be somebody famous sorreday HARVEY NULL Adrmts h another Hercules Dehghts IH ru n1ng from glrls Rearets he couldnt move to Eranxfcrt ocner Expects to be a nat1onal football hero Row 3 KENNETH ODLE AdIT1llS he ltkes to hunt Dehghts 1n pleas1ng others Regrets so few vacahons Expects to l1ve to be an old man EULA GRACE OGDEN AdmIlS she know some mterestlng people Dehghts IH be1ng s1lent s1mple and sweet change her last name ANNABELLE OLIVER Adm1ts she s just a sweet lovable g1rl Dehght twthght dreams Regrets she must graduate Expect to get all she can out of 11fe Row 4 ESTEL PAGE Aarruts shes N1 e look1rg but perfectly harmless Deughts 1n read1rg books Rearets school Expects to go around the world 1n a yacht FAIRY PARKS AdmllS she dreamed about be1r1g a Ealry Queen Dellghts 1n sewzng Regret he d1dnt know h1m sooner Expects Al Th1s and Heaven Too VIOLET PEAVLER Adm1t o good popcorn salesman Dehghts enchantrre t Rearets she ha c stuay to pass Expec s to 'nake aood ID l1fe Row 5 STEVE PECK Adm1t nes bashful De lght l'1 'lla frlends Regret hts 1mag1nat1on Expe ts a new l947 Ford MARCELLA POCIUS Adr 1t he lllces elaborate loalr dos Delxght wea 1 a cla s r1ng Regre sae 1s'1t on the c ncert staae Expec to be an artls IO ANN RAINS Aarrtt a dalnty Mrss Dehghts ID plu lung that btg bas f1ddle Regret AWGTICGW Gov rnment Expects t tudy VUSIC Row 6 ALBERT RAUBACK Adm1s you can depe Dehght V1 g no enermes Reg e s 'te s not hke comnron Expects one JT sleep before mldmght MARGARET REDDEN Adr'11ts a smlle on her face 1 worth two on the ta r ello s Del1gl'ts 1a .vashtng chshes R g ets Scacol Marches O'1 Expects lust a Ltttle F a Affechcn LOUISE REID Admxts IIS great D a Dellght 1n keepma cool Regret 1, pleasant pe-opl Expects no fa1lures : . , Admits-sh '1 s work Xelltsin-.r s...Rgrt-s' sn' 1' L ' to an e s . 1 , -1 ' s 1 s1e likes to do. . , 1' -1e 's l' ' ' r om for on- A oc e" . 1 . ' 1 An , 1 . Regrets-t..a 1. n' diets carxe . 1 e . Mxectst errn..r. s-hes a 1. 1 man . . . Del' 1,5 Q- tt' 'rls 1 . . refs-using 1 'r 'l 1 1 . 1. . 1s- ' she 1 s hai . . . ' h 'n- " 1 1 1 . re. -I ' e . . 1 1- c " ' '1 1' '1's-s1.s '. Q . ' 1 . , 1 , . . e's 1 . . , ' . ' - n , ' ,,.. 4 ' 1 . , ' - s ' ' . . 1 Regrets-American Government 1 . , Expects-to ' '- ' ' ' . . 1 ' s in- s- ' . : 1.. '1 ' 1- ' ' 's '1 , ,. . . s-s ' ' ' . . . l -shes 1 , . . ' in- 1 11 n . . . g W 1 s Z l 11 . , . : . 1 . 's-' ' . . . l"s1-fr' ' ' rf r 1 '- ' . 1 . ' s in- r n s. ' s . . ts-.l o , r 1 Ts- ' t ' '1 . . 1 ' ' - c ' ' ' . . s- r1 ' 1 e in C I : 1 . . It - -ndcnh1m.., sin-han 1' r ts-Q ' 1 1 1 men , . . s- ho' of ' ' , . . , . . 1' - 1 's 1 1 C11 e f 11 W' . 1 1 ' 1 1-' ' '1 . . . er..-' l -" to'e live-,.. '.1s'- 41' S- tnr . 1 e . . . . -. , ' . 44 49 b Row l: BILL REINHEIMER 15-1a:T11Tf-?1e1' ITC' 5:53. a had guy Delight.: 1:-': gzrl IIT M1 Verna: Regrets-tire :herfaae Expects-f: gettle dow: wxth 'her , BETTY RENGSTOREF , Adrr111.s-131u'i','1:g went Cause her aeath Delights IIS--'ICIEYTQEYCQ . Regret:-.rferrx Claris Expetfs-1: be a teaeher ADDIE RISNER Ailrxlfs-llte :F alwayfa .1'ar1:',' .JQ ghts ':- "-:t1cr. 1 1,-r-ts-r my my 'Ii,f Row 2 HOWARD ROBERTS a a 1 1. Na 1 '1 Nl' TOM ROBINSON Adr p etty d6Jlll Del1a 1"1 aoo t1"1e Re re w l'1 day 1011 cecte v rt l 0111111 e SARAH IOY ROGERS mltw a 1 V 1 1 1ght lot e N 1 lzxp 1 NITE CI Row 3 ALYCE RUSCIN 'r11 gra De11g R gr S e exe B Ol1'IC Bubbl Expe 1 alvvay Q drecxrf IOE SADNAVITCH Cl'T11I he s cot pler v of '11r' Al, 1'1 come a Regrets a vel e Exp a g OG deal GUS SAVALICK l'I'l '1e d1 sta y De1al1 tall-:1 Re ret l'1 C u1a 1 1:3111 tlae lNaxv Ex ect to 11: bclaool 'oo otte Row 4 MARY SAVINA Adrm S ehe luce S Hool bu e 11Adv1 IQ 1 1 don 1 a Q J l age I'1O'1 24 0111 Expects c get a weak oacx 'C carrymg '1 ATIETICGH Cover 1 e t bool: CHARLES SHARP A 1 a gc g Lo 'wb J El lat ac '1a ax1'1a to aet up IT tHe 1 1'1g D a "1ac"11'11 BETTY SIMPSON tlda gl! 1al't Pl '1 c D11 ' a te '1 pp e1g g D 1'1a S eet cc Rf: Fypf HELEN STEWARD 'Ja DONALD STAGNER Row 8 MOLLY STORY SHIRLEY SULLENGER CURTIS SUTTON SE IID T11 1 a e Pea e a . ea e rpg - LU 1 , G., : Adrti1'.'-lie: ii 1 Cass neva l'fel1!h1s 1:1-his Cf'1ar:t1 Regrets-5117 f blush Exfects-to pass Sa xsl-' help' , S31 F1115-he 5 r 1 ' sh N 1 uhh: 1--A 'i 11 5 . . g 11'-11 e 1 IS tc: X ' sl Ex, 1'-to 1stc1A up all 1g11t ss 1 -1 2, . . 1 1 , Ad F- '1' bo. 15 all rglt 1 1 Del S 111-C l'1 . 1 Regrets-lier cz' tml temper . . ecs-to be ' 11 K rl : . . Acl1 Its-love 15 nd 1 1 " me 1:-tlashirig smiles . . . e eta-1h 5 for Lr l H". 4 1es . ., CS- ' st 11 . . A '1 's- 1 11A r1utl'1 . . , Devahts '1- 1 ' rs tion . . . 1- moan. 1 1 ec's- G' 1 Jn? 'Q , 1 ' 113 1- na . . , Ad 1 a " lg ' 1'1 J g s-eo"r1 ' 11 p s- Sk' - 1 1 , ri : . . . 1 11-1 ' S 1551 -all '1 tl: .s ' AAYIQU. . Del Fl- eng . , 1 Regrets- la' C. 1 1 1 F1 ' S . - 1'-1 A .1- " 'l 1 ler 1 'nxn U' ' hozrze . . . dm is-he .e 4 cd tie: r IIT as.:-e11 1 1 D l'g11f 111-the 1 1 11 1 1s a seriiar . Regrets-h '1 M K 1 1 :arn- '1 . Extbecis-te ' e 11 l 1 'st A'irt1:11'-11l1e levee 1. 1 'Q . . 1 Del III-b-'Y'Ig happy' . . . Regrets- High Sclol lasts ' 't our EHCTI ye as . F:-treat--1: make ctl1ers la v - Row 5: IMOGENE SMITH Admits-.fE1e lcveg Q1te . . DJ 211.3 1n- ca' b1 I on :tr me-rf: , . :'Y'?l.5-1 l1er dreamy dent all carrie true .. 16111--to :Lake S :'IYi1.Yi'1 her lllnf werk , 1 . 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I f ' v 1 "Q: fffk QIV1 flik-'."3' 'lf' ffl'-" II1 ' X 1.-- .' - -11 1.. -. ...1 Q -Ti .IT3T11"- 1-.A --.1 A I 92"1f'i 'T .5111 tv Iii 1x 5 I O K5l P Row 1 EVA IUNE SWEET Grim we Evpe yt rea GLORIA SWOFFORD a ce D l1ght rr1 eg gg UG Qfeie DOUGLAS TABOR me I P Van f A: A Row 2 BESSIE TALLEY 'te nes 1.1 e 1e T1 I IKQI ILLIAM TATE ID 1gl' nee 11'1 er' Re ret bl rtde Y ect to Q 1r1 are DOROTHY TAYLOR Adm e JQTY qu1et IQ t 1r 'J g e'1 o' gooa Nl egret e '1g vp-D 1 of ever one e e Regret e A I1 y C I Q F 1: Ad '1 e 1 e Row 3 GERALD TAYLOR A 1t e Hon Soc1ety GIQIII Man e ret r1 wa o tak A'wer1ca'1 Gower Expe o D gernus IDA TEDESKI Aarrtt somebody loxes elght 1 e e Re es 're past and tre fgture Eypects o errbe FCI-l S always IRIS VAUGHN Aar"1ts he could dart e for ever De IQIIIS 1'1 ow r'11s1c Regrets slte cant go to 'more slrow E e s o QGWC9 her Nay through 1 e Row 4 THELMA VINEYARD Agrrr e cz pretty good md e 1Ql'I s 1 ga etf Reg e s r'11ts lt ares De 1g'1 1r1 typ1 Q et to be ar' OFIISI I-'AYE WARREN ew NO d a e De 1 eyeep o e Expecvs A ITI pec le Ha guy Hegre s pur1ctua1tf E210 C Sgrrt S1de o' tle St ee Row 5 IIM WEBB 'te s aboxe average e 'a1 e 1g'1ts 1 acx ets bo l"19l g Nl '1 rcsxtme EYE c e fl u p e e 1 WALLACE WELLS 1t Il U l r R gre Cl EY: lv 1: rt DOROTHY WILBURN 1 'ter ero 1 gg D 1'1 ,1 Regr Ypec Row 6 IOHN WILKINSON ct. ue ver e e e et 1 ag Q vp Q Q IMOGENE WILLIAMS 1. n nes rea egrt 111:11 ewrtrtg PEGGY WILLIAMS g e t a De IQWIS g 3:1 ,Je 'SIU f 2 . Admits-she '.'.':1:1ts to he h " . . . Delights it-choke: . Rurets-'om 1 homework . , . . :ts-to quit striyzxg ne.. 1- r . 1 . . . . A'irr11ts-she needs torn I1 I . , , e 'g s Ln- , Regrgs-she :git ', .h- -ar rxor- OIIGYI , . 1 Expects-no lessons soon . , . , , . Aclrxits-he l1'-s 3 girl with red hair . . D-I1ghts 13- Kitty . Regrets-he isnt ' lohisox . . . E'1j:-':ts-to be sorieone gr-:t Z : . . . Admits-she counts no time lost sl - g ' F 'or pleas 'r- , Dehghts in-l" -1 - g-x,ral 1 s-slang -ZEIESSIOIS stu! l', hat ther, E.p,:s-mor elegsure W . . 'r.:ts-rt, 'ov-r: hiriselt , Del .1ts IY1-V ,sp ' -11 guessm , g s- 01 -gs Ep, s- 1 ll '1 l ', . . lT.S43I'l-5 ' . ' Del' h as Xvbexng :ne.as,1 get ' 1 ll Fl. , 1s-:sho 1 sn? QI gilt ot gab . . . E.,,f:fs-to A belked",'-y1, 11 : drrf Ls-hes in th or ' ' . DLA 1 s 12- tl , R-g e s-1 e Q cl t e 11- 1 ' rtrnent . ,cts-T 'e a fs. . .. '111s-F , "',1 her , , D l' s :1-tl'1 pr sent . . gr t-111 1,' . e-trer:11r . . . . , . , '-s c - I '1-sl' 11" - -11 1 1 s..,xpot-t '1 ' lf , : 1 . '.1ts-sl'1-'s 14 "...Dl't'n-1,'.,. rt- sweets , . . Expects-to be happy . . VIVA WALLACE 1 .Adj-seo 'for no man 1,-t:,... 'H l lts ' - ri . . . Regt swbgohelors . , 1,- ' . Q . 1 . . d ms- - p of T " ' r s ro best . . ' lghts in-t1 1 ' . . . t'- 1 . . .Ae is-to vrsit the 1 11y I , .e 1' 1, 'Q : , Admits-I Q? L '- men, fry . . D l' l r 'ri-wise Cr . Hegre..- f rn "tl "1,.. .ets-to be s rris to ev r'.or1e . . Adm sehe hae rio L thirst 'or kno' ledge . . . Degghts lK7'A'1T1Y1lYZQI fr1e.a.s . . . e ,Le-regul r clgsswork .A ect.:-to "or' c r:1:1oh1r1e.f . Adrits-l , bj ve' 1.5 ru ed . Del gl.: 1:-keefomg her hair C' rled . ets- ske: so Cute '7 . 1 . E, , ts-to beoorre a model : A'iri1t.:-'I' " F29 se-: Cx bzgg r littl- 11:12 . . , Delzghts 1:-working '.'1Il'1 the team . R,'I'..fS-I'C',1flY1t: . . lI1.Ae:ts-t b- S' tgll . , , Aiirziits-she "a ts to ' e se: ,t ry . . , D ll lts 1:-just 'o 5 'EV-!'.'!Il . , Regrets-riglarig short talks EXfL6CfEffC wr1te short- hand lfsfl words 3 rxrixte . . , . Admits-She 'o sn S 3' riuch-she thmks . . . I l IYX-e9V'ET'jTE!Y1g , . Regrets-her tj-'p1r1g r 'es . . 1 ' Expeot:-To fye , Vhty some :i::',' 5 T' I Row l: ROGER YOUNG . , Adrnxts-nothmg . . . Eiflghfi 121-EPSGCEUGS and plays . Regrets-he started to schocl . . Expects-to gc IITZC the doxry busm-ess . . . IOHN ZAMPESE , Admits-no cne ms lxke l'l1I'Y .,.. V lQhYS m-wctchlng spcrts , Regrets-hes :ct Cl age Expects-tc settle dow: ALVIN WARREN 4 . Admits-lies glad he :Cine tc FCHS . . D6l1QhfS in-taking G girl home . Regrets-she? sc sv-'eel' Expects-to come through wzth llymg cclcrs. Hlt fligllt as Well Be Springw "'-1 l I auf 2 1 I , I W 1-AS ' x T , , 4 , , 'A 1, Km ' 0 H, 45 1 f I f .X 31, . 4 . f I ' 1: Q Fever 7 53: Kei: Q He-2.3: C2132 ffei. 'i:'.'.'f.f EZ'f,. E':fT:r. Grd '-,A. i "'.,,.,,.... 'NY, ',,Y. ',,,.. wA:'.. ., : .., ,. -N t"'-:. . . - JV- ..... wx., f,...:. . - .... . .-.l-V,f:.. , -N-g-. 5W...': ..-. :.1:e:f.4:ej , E Sirk.: ' 'ser Qi::': .:v.'r.-Q:,:'.:e:s H1:r.:::f: E-?ZTI Helix: SENIUR HCS VVHO Allen. Elva CAcadem1cl Ba1ley Norman lG6U9fGll Baker Ruth CGenerall Adv Commrttee lur11or Play 3 Ratron Board Helper 3 Barker Robert fVOCGllOl'1Gll Football 1 2 3 Basketball l 2 Trackl 2 3 4 BOXIDQ 3 Club 2 3 4 Stage Crew Tumor Play Wrestlmg 3 Yearbook Staff 4 Barnett Dorothy CGenerall Red Peppers 2 4 Rat1or1 Board Helper 3 Bernhard George-CProfess1or1alJ Football 3 4 F Club 3 4 Bluyus Mary Lou CCommerc1all Homemak mgl Red Peppersl 2 3 4 Bonzy Stanley CGenerall Football 4 F Club Brlley Dorothy lAcadem1cl Rat1on Board Helper 3 Brown. B111 fGenerall Buttry Betty Lou lAcadem1cl G1rls Glee Clubl 2 3 4 Red Peppersl 2 3 4 Calvert Mary Sue fProfess1onall G1rl Re serves 2 3 Bandl 2 3 4 Qu1ll and Scroll 3 4 Red B1rd Notes Staff 3 Sen1or Play 4 Calvm Lorraine CCommerc1all Homernaklng 2 3 4 Cor1servat1or1 Club 4 G1rl Reserves 2 3 4 lun1or Red Cross 2 Champion Donald lAcadem1cl Band l 2 3 4 Chance Burl tCommerc1all Chance Ruth Ann CProfess1onall Red B1rd Notes Staff 3 G1rl Reserves 2 3 Archery Club 3 Sub Deb 4 Red Peppers 2 3 Qu1ll and Scroll 3 4 Chnsty Iames-CGer1erall G1rl Reserves l 2 Speech Club 3 G A A Club l Cole Nlna CCommerc1all G1rl Reserves l 2 lunror Play Busmess Staff 3 Cook Kenneth CAcadem1cl Basketball 2 4 F Club 4 Counc11 Raymond tAcadem1cl COULUIIQUX Gerald CAcadem1cl Rad1o Club 4 H1 Craggs Beulah CGenerall Cnley Edward CAcadem1cl Track l 2 4 Band Tumblmg l 2 H1 Y 2 3 Culbertson Iva 'Commerc1all Dartt Alfred CAcadem1cl Football l 2 Bas etballl 2 3 4 Tackl 2 3 4 F Club Daums Llllldn CCommerc1all G1rl Reserves l Red Peppers 3 4 DeLap Kenneth CAcadem1cl H1Y 2 3 4 Tumblmg Team l Product1on Staff of lun 1or Play 3 Dxllon Alva CAcadem1cl Orchestra l 2 Cho rus 3 4 Trackl 4 Football 4 Boys Octet 3 4 Chorus Cab1net 4 F Club 4 Domru Leo-CVocat1or1all Doms Glendora fG9DSfOll GAA Club 2 3 Chorus l 3 4 G1rl Reserves 2 3 Home makmg l Red Peppers 3 Q59 Doms Harold CAcadern1cl H1Yl 2 3 4 Track 4 H1 Y Basketball Team 4 Doms Iess1efGenerall Doyle Ituuor fGenerall Football 4 Boxmg 3 4 Wrestlmg 3 F Club 4 Easley Lula Ellen CCommerc1all Honor SOC1 ety 3 4 Eatherly Edna CGer1erall Dramatlc Class Plays 4 Eckess B111 CAcadem1cl H1 Y l 2 3 4 Band l Track l 4 H1 Y Ba ketball Team 4 Evans Cnssle CProfess1onall Student Cour1c1l 2 Red Peppers l Span1sh Club 3 4 G1rl Reserves l Sen1or Play 4 Eubanks Rlchard CAcadem1cl Frfe Iohn lVocat1onall Flnazzo Louls lAcadem1cl H1 Y 4 Gym Club l Football l Iun1or Play 3 Fmn Bobby tGenerall Furlong Eldon CGenerall Fustln Rosemary fCOITlm9fC1Gll Gaal lack CAcadem1cl Bandl 2 3 4 Boys Glee Club l 2 Seruor Play 4 Chorus l 2 3 BoysQuartet2 H1 Y2 3 4 lunror Play 3 George Dorothy lProfess1or1all G1rl Reserves I2 Sub Deb2 3 4 Bandl 2 3 4Iun1or Play 3 Archery Club 3 Speech Class Plays Grllespre Brldget CAcadem1cl M1Xed Chorus l Red Peppers l Glrls Glee Club l G1rl Reserves l 2 3 4 Bowlmg League l Or chestra 2 3 4 Speech Club 3 Qu1ll and Scroll 3 4 Red Brrd Notes Staff 3 Archery 4 SGHIOI Play Readmg Comm1ttee 4 Teen Town Pres1dent 4 Sr Play 4 Gorskx Betty lAcadem1cl Chorus l Band l Re Peppersl 2 3 4 GAA l 2 3 ed Blrd Notes Staff 2 3 4 Qu1ll and Scroll 2 G1rl Reserves l Gossett L1ll1an tGenerall M1xed Chorus 4 Ped Peppers 4 Hall George CGenerall Hancock Dorothy CGenerall G1rl Reserves l 2 Sub Deb 3 4 Product1on Staff of lumor Play 3 Youth Forum l Archery Club 3 Hancock Slmon B CGenerall Basketball Baseball 2 3 4 Harns B111 CCommerc1alJ Chorus l H1Y Off1ce Helper 4 Red B1rd Notes Stall Teen Town Secretary 3 Hays Tommy CAcadem cl Semor Play 4 Gyn Club l H1 Y 4 Speech Class Plays 4 Heaton Fred tAcadem1cl Seruor Play 4 H1 Y 1 2 3 4 Golf 2 Band Ofhcer 3 Band l 3 4 Tumblmg Team l 2 Tumor Play 3 Semor Play 4 Hlcks Dons-lCommerc1al1 Spamsh Club 2 3 4 G1rl Reserves l 2 lumor Play Productron Staff 3 Red Peppers 2 3 H1scox Theresa lGenerall Band 2 Home makmgl G1rlReserves2 3 Archery Club3 as 9 as I I l I I I I - . ' - 5 ' , I " I 1 I 4f I l j , , , 1 , , , 2 ' 5 F. , - ' '- , , J , ' 3, I I : . , - , ' . - , 3, A 1 It . ' - A ' , , , , ,- I l, I I ' S I I T ' - I I . I . . - 5 . I ' - ' 4, . - . . - ' ' J , 1 , , , 2 ' , - ' , , , 5 ' f I i - , J A , , , I -- . ' . '- 1 ' I , , 2 4 2 ' , - ' ' . ' i ' f 1 1 1 - Q I I - 4. ' ' , 1 ' 1 Clark' D0r0thY--CACaderr11cl Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Club 3, FAA. 4, Student Patrol 2, 3, 4, Band 1 ' -" A n , J I. 1 4 5 g - Ci , , , 1 , . . , , :R 1 - , z . ' , , , ' ,3, 3, 5 ' Y 4. I -. . I 1 . ' ' I , la ' , 1 ' , , 4. - . , ' -'K I , ' .- 2, , - , , 3, 4: I ' k , , , g r , , , p . - I ' - - I I. -I 4. 2, 3, 4. ' ' ' 3. J , . I 1 I g' A. I I . I I - . . I .- , ' , , , , 1 ,' ' 5 , 2, , - . , . l , g g , . , , 1 ' , J - ' . - J - 3 9 HSE IDR HDS HOU' Holland. lim-CCommerciall Hi Y 4, Press Pho- tography 4, Cafeteria Helper 3, 4, Speech Class Play 4, Senior Play 4. Hughes. Robert-iAcademicl Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, President of Freshman Class l, President of Sophomore Class 2, Student Body President 4, Student Patrol 2, 3, 4, F Club 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Teen Town President 3, Teen Tot-In Secretary 4. Hutchinson, Shirley-CAcademicJ Spanish Club 3, 4. Huth, Herbert-CGeneralD Band l, 2, 3, 4, Or' chestra 2, 3, 4, Hi Y 4, Band Officer 4. Iacobs Carol-tAcademicl Cheerleader l 2' Honor Soc ety 3 4 Sub Debs 2 3 4 Girl Reserves l 2 lunior Play Cast 3 Bowling League l Red Peppers l 2 GAA l 2 Archery Club 3 Iohnson Mada fCommerc1all Red Peppers 4 Iones Dlck CAcadem1c1 Student Council l 2 Vice President of Freshman Class l H1 Y 2 3 4 Orchestra 2 Band Officer 4 Cla s Plays l 3 F Club 2 3 4 Bowling League l Golf Club l 2 3 Honor Society 3 Football 3 4 Basketballl 2 3 4 Track 2 Tumbling Team l Kerr Madge tGeneral7 Hornemakmg Club 2 3 4 Girl Reserves l 2 3 GAA 2 lunior Play Production Staff 3 Red Bird Notes Staff 3 Cafeteria Helper 2 3 4 Kmg Perry CAcadern1cJ Spanish Club 4 H1 Y 4 funior Play Cast 3 Honor Society 3 Lamkln Pat CCommerc1alJ Chorus l 2 3 4 Red Bird Notes 3 4 Operetta 2 Quill and Scroll 3 4 Lee Fada Ruth CAcademicJ Sub Deb C ub 2 3 4 Quill and Scroll 2 3 4 Girl Reserves l 2 3 4 Victory Cornmitteel 2 3 4 Year book Staff 2 3 4 Honor Society 3 4 O chestra 3 4 Band 4 Chorus l Dinner Or chestra 4 Leslle Iune CAcademicl Sub Deb 3 4 Girl Peservesl 2 3 4 Bandl 2 3 4 Orchestra 2 3 4 Student Patrol 3 4 Lloyd lack tGenerall Ba d l 2 3 Orc e 3 H1 Y 2 Lm Bill fAcade ct Fo tball l Ba K9 b 2 ay Ca Love Kathryn A O c c S b Deb C ,1 h e e CIGFT C up Luther Mary Ge e eves l 2 Y l G Ci rus Cabi et 2 Arn al Staff 2 Rea P Vers 3 F F A Pero ter McDan1el Edgar CV cat onall Mifea C cr l Football FCl b McElyea. lean-CCornmerciall G.A.A. l, 2, Mixed Chorus l, 3, Girl Reserves 3, 4, Red Bird Notes Staff 4. McKown. Mariam-fProfessionalJ Student Pat- rol 2, Pep Club 2, Press Club 2. Machura1 Ioe--tVocationall Mahan, Virginia-fGenerall GAA. 2, 3, Marshall, Margaret-fCommerciall G,A.A. l, 2, Homemaking 2, Red Peppers 4, Red Bird Note Staff 4, Martin, Iohn--tAcademicl Boys Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus Cabinet 2, 3, 4, Chorus Manager 4, Hi-Y Club 2, 3, 4, Stu- dent Council l 2- Press Photography 4. Mayhew Leshe fGenerall Boys Glee Club l 3 4 Chorusl 2 3 4 Boys Octet 3 Chorus Cabinet 3 Madngal Singers 2 4 Mekota Agnes-CCommerc1alD Spanish Club 3 4 Red Peppers 3 4 Girl Reserves l 2 3 4 Operetta 2 Red Bird Notes 4 O P A Volunteer 4 Office Force 4 Secretary of Senior Class 4 Menees Violet CCommerc1all Red Peppers l 2 3 Girl Reservesl 2 3 4 Red Bird Notes Staff 3 Honor Society 3 4 Student Patrol 3 4 Spanish Club 3 4 Quill and Scroll 4 funior Play Cast 3 Speech Club 3 Mmgs Lothel CAcademicJ Boys Glee Club l 2 3 4 Mixed Chorus l 2 3 4 Operetta 2 O P A Volunteer 3 Band 3 M1Sk0WSkY Eva CCommercialD Chorus l 3 4 GAA l 2 Girl Reserves 2 3 Red Pepper 3 Ration Board Worker 3 Cafeteria 3 Mltchell Dons CCommerciall Spanish Club 4 Quill and Scroll 4 Stage and Stammer 3 Red Peppersl 2 3 4 Girl Reserves l '7 3 lunior Play Cast 3 Golf Club 2 3 Ar nual Stat 4 Mitchell Margaret fGenerall Homemaking Club l Speech Club 3 Spanish Club 3 Play 3 Librarian 4 Moore lane CAcadem1cl Red Peppers 2 3 4 Speech Club 3 Senior Play 4 Moore Ioan fACCId9IT11Cl Red Peppers 2 3 4 Moore Ramona fACGd6m1Cl Red Pepper 3 4 Speec Club 3 GAA l Red Brd Al tes Staff 3 Span li Club 4 Moran Betty Io 'Generall Speec Club 3 Nealon Mary Margaret 1Coi e c a I G A A ur l 1 g Club Rea Perre s kflullx NlCkOlOff Mane Acaae c G rl Reserve l iearb or tatt l 2 3 Y ,itle for l honor S cety 3 Victo y o ree 3 Qu l and croll l 2 3 4 Raao Announcer 3 Mar hall at Baccalaureate 3 Null Harvey Ir fACGd8lIllCl Basketball 2 3 4 ootball 3 2 3 F C b 1 1 1 I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 I "-t 1 1 2 1 21 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 4: ,s . . . 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S . 1 - o 1 . 1 . zz 1,15 1 .- , , , ' 1 ' ' T 4 'T' . 1 I , 1, u 4, t ,-1, track , , 4, lu 2, 3, 4. -f 54 v SENIOR WHO S WHO Odle Kenneth lVocat1cnall Ogdon Eula Grace-lCommerc1alD Cnorus l 2 3 4 Cafeterta 2 3 4 Olxver Anabelle-lGeneralJ Parks Falry lCommerc1all Gtrl Reserves l 2 Chorus 4 Ratron Board Volunteer 3 Attend ant to Queen 2 3 Football Queen 4 Peavler Vrolet CAcadem1cl Red Peppers 2 Gtrl Reserves l Chorus l Pocrus Marcella CAcadem1cl Orchestra l 2 3 4 Strtng Ensemble 4 Chorusl 2 3 4 Spamsh Club 4 Grl Reservesl 2 3 4 Red B1rd Notes Staff 2 Dramatlcs 4 Sent r Play Rams Io Ann CAcadem1cl Mrxed Cnorus l 2 Orchestra 3 4 Band 4 Sub Deb Club 3 4 Archery Club 3 G1rl Reserves l 2 3 4 rlonor Socrety 3 4 Student Counc1l l 2 Red Brrd Annual Staff l 2 3 Red B1rd Notes Staff 4 Ou1ll and Scroll 3 4 Youth Forum l Spantsh Club 4 Strrng Sextette 4 Patton Otfrce helper 3 Rauback Albert lGenerall Redden Margaret lAcadem1cl Red Peppers 2 3 4 Spanlsh Club 3 4 G1rlReservesl 2 3 Red B1rd Notes Staff 3 Ourll and Scroll 3 Reld Loulse lGenerall Homemakrng Club l Remhermer B111 lCornmerc1all Band l 2 3 Basketball l 2 3 H1 Y 2 3 lunlor Class Pres tdent 3 Ofhcer of Band 2 Senror Play 4 Rengstorff Betty lCommerc1alJ Grrls Club l 2 Band l 3 4 Freshman Play l Sopho more Play 2 Rrsner Addle CGenerall GAA l Homemak mg Club l Roberts Howard lAcadem1cl Football l 2 3 4 FClub 3 4 Wrestlrng 2 3 4 Boxtng 3 4 Archery Club 3 Spanlsh Club 4 Vlce Presl dent of Sentor Class 4 Ped B1rd Notes Staff 3 lun1or Play 3 Robrnson Thomas CComrr1erc1allBar1dl 2 3 Rogers Sara Ioy CCommerc1all G1rl Reserves l 2 Madr1galS ngers 2 4 Grrls Tno 3 Gtrls Sextette 3 Mxxed Chorusl 2 3 4 Operetta Ruscrn Alyce-lComrnerc1all Homemakrna Club l G A A 2 Red Peppers 4 Sadnavltch Ioe fGenerallH1Y 2 3 4 Gym Club l Product on Staff of lunror Play 3 Savma Mary lAcadem1cl Grrl Reserves 2 3 Ourll and Scroll 4 Yearbook Stalt 4 O' llCS Helper 4 Sharp Charles-Wocattonall Footoall Man ager 3 Football 4 Wrestlrng 3 4 Boxlng 3 4 Basketball l lunror Play Cast 3 F Club Srmpson Betty CGeneralD Red Peppers 3 4 Red B1rd Notes Staff 4 Operetta 2 Archery Club 3 Productton Statf of lunlor Play 3 455 Smlth Imogene lGenerall Mrxed Chorus l 2 3 4 Operetta 2 Stagner Donald lACGd6I'I'l1Cl Football 2 3 4 Trackl 2 3 4 Wrestltrvg 2 3 F Club 3 4 Secretary Treasurer of lunror Class 3 Steward Helen CCornmerc1all Homemakrng Club l Story Molly lCommerc1all Hornemakrng Club Sullenger Shrrley CCommerc1all Gxrl Reserves 1 2 Sub Debs 2 3 4 Productlon Stalf of lunror Play 3 Susln Iohn KAcadern1cl Sweet Eva Iune lGenerall Cafeterra Helper Swofford Glona Sue tAcadem1cl G1rl Re serves l 2 Sub Debs 2 3 4 Bandl 2 3 4 Orchestra l 2 3 4 Sen1or Play 4 Chorus 2 luntor Play Cast 3 Tabor Douglas CAcadem1cJ Football l 2 3 Gym Club l Senror Play 4 Talley Bessre CGenerall GAA l 2 3 Con servatlon Club 3 4 Tate B111 lAcadem1cl Band l 2 H1 Y 2 3 4 Football 3 4 F Club 3 4 IUHIOI Play Cast 3 Boxtng 3 4 Baseball 4 Taylor Dorothy CCommerc1all Taylor Gerald lAcadem1cJ Honor Soclety 3 4 H1 Y 2 3 4 Marshall at l945 Graduatton Tedeschl Ida lGenerall Home Econom1cs l 4 Ourll and Scroll 3 4 Red B1rd Notes Staff 3 Vaughn Ins-1Commerc1all Wallace Vlva fCommerc1all Offrce Helper 4 O P A Helper 3 Advertlsrng Comm1ttee lunror Play 3 Usher at luntor Play 3 Warren Faye CGenerall Home Economtcs Club l Glrls Glee Club 2 4 Mrxed Chorus Webb llmmle Wocattonall Wrlbum Dorothy lGeneralJ GAA l 2 3 O P A Helper 3 lunror Play 3 Wllkmson Iohn CVocat1onall Football Man agerl 2 3 Basketball Manager 2 3 Track Manager l 2 3 Football 4 Basketball 4 Bomng 3 4 FClub2 3 4 Baseball4 Wxlllams Imogene CGenerall Wrllrams Peggy CComrnerc1all Young Roger B CProfess1onall Football 2 3 4 Basketball 3 4 Track 2 4 Student Patrol 4 Senlor Class Prestdent 4 Radto An nouncer 3 F Club 3 4 Red B1rd Notes Staff 3 lumor Play Cast 3 Senlor Play Cast 4 Zampese Iohn CAcadem1cl The followtng sentors do not have the1r plc tures rn the annual Florrtne Clark Orvrlle Freeman Helen Gray George Hall Bob Kern Donald Mrtchell Betty lo Moran lohnny Susrn lonn Swoffard Elbert Watkxns I - I " 11 'l . 1 . , I' ' 111 11- 1 - ,,g 1 . 1111 -11 11 1 . . - 1 A ' If . , - I 1 1 1 11 1 ' I 1 I 1 .,, 1 ' IA I ll V IVA: 4' 'I' ,A , . fl 1111 ' - -ft 1 ' 1 141 1 I 1 1 ., , 1 11 34 . 1. rr 1 I! 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I 1 A ' 3,4 , , I rr I I I I 1 I 1 1 1 . . 1 - I . 1 - 49 TEEN AGE MQNKEYS Leaders Need Co operatron Our clubs furnrsh entertarnment meetrng places for frrends opportunrtres for character development and awards for outstandrng achreverrents Club presrdents prctured be lo N are Opal McCollum holdrng an owl rep resentrng the Conservatron Cluo whrch arms to conserve wrld lrfe Thrs club vrsrted the DuQuorn Farr Tom Sloan effrcrent B B N edrtor holds a copy of the school paper Vrolet Menees wears a Spanrsh costume rep resentrng the Spanrsh Club where Spanrsh rs spoken and customs of South Amerrcans are studred Thrs club has bought curros and prc tures for the Spanrsh classroom The Spanrsh Fresta was therr chref actrvrty Charles Cremer co edrtor of Bed Brrd Yearbook holds the 46 dummy whrch he drew Beulah Craggs wearrng an apron represents Home Economrcs Club whrch promotes enthusrasm rn home cookrng and sewrng Kenneth De Lap holds the Pledge of Hr Y Club whrch arms to burld for Chrrstran fellowshrp Marre Nrckoloff co edrtor of yearbook holds a 45 Bed Brrd STANDlNG Brrclaet Grllespre holds an ear of corn representrng the FFA whrch arms to trarrr for better farmers T e Student Parent Sprrng Banquet was therr chref actrvrty of the year Brrdget rs also presr dent of Grrl Beserves whrch arms to trarn a grrl to g ve her oest Actrvrtres ot the club were a tea grven for new members and therr mothers and a dog party Fada Ruth Lee who repre sents the Honor Socrety made hrghest grades among senror grrls Marcell Pocrus represents the orchestra lo Ann Barns rs presrdent of Sub Debs whrch strrves for mental and physrcal Daughter Banquet and the formal dance lyde Cooper represents Radro Club where ra dros are studred Cotton Hughes Honor Socrety and hrghest rn scholarshrp rn senror class also wears an S P arm Band for Student Patrol whrch strrves to promote student respon srb lrty and cooperatron Mary Savrna and Dorothy Taylor are senrors wrth perfect attend ance records for all four years Mary Lou Bluyus wears unrform of Bed Peppers Club who back the team The athletrc banquet was therr chref actrvrty 6572 Q . E f A E A f improvement, Chief events were Mother and . . r . . 51 V T lm H1011 ae the H1 Y and F F A H1 Seated lv Middle row C Top :ow x Gin: f K fs V E' FUTURE FARMERS euted Pon 'r Acofrs Fugene Sc nc cn lock Wall Q F ci Ilomgeman ekse S y Bob Top row nmon Mc Q e Jer. ee rhe CLUB sealed P S andmg Tl 1 Bcuey Q xpe Mxddle row Trees Ion G 'Her o b E lc dt Ixcnc ole Kermu' Do IS Pl me 1-rce Qor Ac on THomcQ Hobs e sor es B ldcet Gx eCp e Pom: r M rec Spcn C Y' CS VVP1 NSERVATION . I I 3 -f . 0 . . Y- ' 1 : EL.. Fcrfess 't'r, M':'2: S-e:3'-fr-:F f Ge":.: 'f':'.'.cT, '.'::f-ff-5715 frfa ?f.3'V:'. F'1"Gf'l 'fum-1 ?7':':Q': . :rrp .,... 'fre f-31' ffzfe' ELQ Lie: ' : Ffh S"::f3' "':'.L:2 Pe'r.::cr.Q Aer. YTTRFCY, fie forr.:'f-"1 'ECE Mc iii: inf ' '.', Finer: G-.ff '.'J:3r.-9 MJXCY, Putter: GH.. Kf'r,r.ff", Ffa-Ls? Efc..1r.: Tir: Hzxtf fecn , V . , .- . uzscx , .qx inf 1- S'J'1T.'I' '.-JC: Mr Fckf-:!f1'.'.f Sp .r.::7. I fc: . . GA-:ci Eff-Ss G,f:.n Mcflzntcck fcrzrxy' Mc- f"':r',' Fran' lil-rrcncr.. ' 'f. Kin ncwfz-J Heal F .':3.eMcrr1S, I .Zone fsfqotcr. Pity K1 2, ...cn V1r.o','c:c1 :if iff" rf Jr, fzri :.l.1r,C1gf kr-r.r.v'Pp I1-Lopm ' s.:fr.' was :ft prefect fc! 1:11 g.C'.' . I S : , S..3lcm::i B11 .. .' n Us ' Fqlt M ry' Lgher, rc ' Emmy .J S. E b 3' fi Y , Qc C r:',3" L., r . . ' rf Pick 7 . Pr f r il - 1 1 ld W 1 7 f-c"- Perry B111 Spilzvci r ., Ll Dcrrzs - SCT : C' 'Qzztffcrc ' h . Herron Chat r Theme? 'fictl V 'sf-7 Carl I. 'eff-gr. .1- Cariy Elclirnrc Ctfersrr. Vzce- Fres ffch, xc :fix Y-ielvzr. f:r.:.2 f:e.1 1 I ,sf 1..1f' F CLUB: Fxoni row: .l..2'e2 f:"' V if 'gi Q' T-H2222-: F23 .-.tif ffif. :recond row Bcxck row CHEER LEADERS RED PEPPERS Froni row Second 1 o w Thxrd row Back row physif al Fitness First ,Q 50 by " . fx..-, 1,-.,.v . - ' 1- I f '2 ::f'. "Vu J 'ri " . v- L 5' .'f.f" f'1,'.":f...:r. f ':'1 ' ."':Y..f-. Ffa". f'e'f.':": 'L'-1 f' ,. ENE-1.-.r. 'Vin 'f":' f E":'j E' "1" Lt: f ."':". "" ., .. .. ff V V .- ,. u bf u M':z.n-H Vin f,:rft'i ivcwi . Mun' E..QQr. f,:r.:' .-9 rf ffc. 'f '?- -27.3 sg:"s Ziff 1' 'ffl ::::,- E ,,,f":ir. "f- u I ': ff-3.1: '.'.':::" MH" I 7 , Av f-"1 'NZM AU-'Cs Ffir, Iva." L-J.',s fuer. 'N1.x1r.s:r. fl:'r:1': 'lrkks l.:,eT'1 Tizrxgxx L..1':r. I V V :Anvil 'ff':7.Q", Fe' 217. ' ..,- ?I2"".r. Lffsf: ,. 'v,,,,1,.- :Y L Z.A..,. , , QQ, fg-A f,.' jk- 11.2 :LQEW - . H, ing .-,, L- ' ' . u,','I ,K ', Nl'L-l"'f Y -1 lf'i'1'.A 'ff-" 7'-Zi. FL'T':'i RTI: fl"--2 7.131 21'-ir, EU: ' , ' nf: :, , '--v,,E - ::"'1',1':':. 34' f..fr. f-.':':t. . Q , . Y k , : :'iz':1': rx P.:r.'f1 ..,f-,,:'i ,ttf .rt Hi". F. 3.5, ,.,3':': 'i'f.:1f. f - J f 1, I Q f. 1 wi G wifi, 1 Q -5 . . Q ., 2' . '9 9 W y V? I ag!! I I 1 an .35 3 ' A i 4 S !', ' 1 .4 , N W fag' 'Q Tl . . , azzfa fi . 1 sq-AY' I sw ' YQ -'fx I W .fl ,Mk " rw nl QU FUTURE HONIEM KERS 5 HOMEIMAKIN G: 1 :HH ,Aff -jjj A 1-f--fm' v. E ' . ' ' ?f Pvfs - Lv: : art: '1 - x-face Pres I.:r':Lne C:1'.':: ?:-lzr.-2 1"aag:r. Middle row: M75 E'.':.','n ffarne-':. Sponscr ' aide 1' nity' E171 3' M:Jn1Q a 1' ' 1 1 5 a Har a M Back row K Ma: Maag G e da S f- v1eve Yo son Ora Mc Q IS, La: er e a a ga P GIRL RESERVES Old members seated Rolo es Mc f"11n1acx Ma Ce11a POC1 s Se-C5 mage! G1 es 16 es Danna Stee e VICE P es Lo 1:16 Monn T eos Ed111 onT1 ane-1 Anlen F1oann Mosely Mlddle row Mss A11ce G ani Sponsor Pann Wlutes de Mane Nlckoloff Barbara AIKEN Io Ann Me-dl1n Ioan hannon ean Snepard Nancy Dedeneck Sh1r ley Fox Marga et Pero1o Ba aa LEWIS Dean 1 Ma 1lyn Aate uc row Ma e ta Ha Bertha Lvan Eleano Hea J Barba a D1lara Dana Wnaor anne I. as a w len 'ia,s S e SVe-Nat Stepkame Puvew SKI 1ar s Romana Patsy Hcxo 1 rn e O :J re W r M g NEW MEMBERS Seaied 1 Mxddle row Back row 1 :C e1 5 S e - S..e 'ln n .cn T-ancjr Cf-.r 'egfeck Mary Hner. 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E-f 2.29 P-l:,'::'.:Q.-- 1 Sec?-Trecs Ea' .:r Arzvasv FFCC OITI of PFGSS SIDCFCLI KHOXNIC ge QUILL AND SCROLL Seated Mlddle row Back row I. me Y 1' SPANISH CLUB :eated c u 'ran Mc cz e R nun P es Do ms xck 1' en e A nc ISSIQ Evans ddle row N' G ace W1 o pu ci Mc g et 1 '1 Mos W1 Ace Back row Mundo! h HONOR SOCIETY seated Standing 3 Shy m School lmproxo Yourself Co opordte PERFECT ATTENDANCE Sealed Middle row Top row fl SUB DEBS Seafed f Q Q Mxddle row V 'X Y W YEARBO OK SALESMEN Seated Middle ro-N Top row P U C ' 7 f 9 3 , 1 I fheff s',:H.'s :.:'.'L keer, 7 ':iFG7.' r.:' '1rz. 5-'Aff "fn X e'e.i 2:2 ffrii. I : 'i Af: ' E:rr3": 'e-Aff.: sip? rfn pg: Y-f:x.7.e S:".'r, fix: Sr. :fa 111' ft"--, Nv ,., G-"If: 'Npp-':if. rfg' frgl 5f'3'.", I.-lint? -rig:- 7.-r. bluff Vg' 'Lv rg' M':'Z1:cf' MCT: Q- 'ir.': '-V4-il' ' Mi"-J S kr lC'i'7', f1y.'7 :' FH" : E'-fr.r..f Mfzrufr. F:1'T:1f- flf-,iw-. ' P" M:'?'f.. rip' :f:w1'1 ffl ' "':. M l'1GJ'f,T wg' '. 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I r FQUQ . f.'Qtam Q Q . -or V1 .f 'H-P -.1 4"'f' Q s I A H fu' -' ""1. -.. wtf? 3 KN ,. wif 'QI i 0 V, me 5 7' Awemmlnwsn , f Y 7 f 3 l,x.,,, ik, J ' r HRQUGHCUT the day Frankfort High hums with activity that parallels happenings and occupations in the world out side , . , ltls a busy world in which we live - There are sc many things to be done - so many things to see - to hear - to learn. Science W mathematics - industry - law - govern- ment - mechanics H history - homemalqing - literature and music - develop mental and manual skills - mould personality and build character in preparation tor future citizenship LU 1 ST -XS ggyrz' K xxxigi-'Q-A .4 Y g '4 'N ,f X ' J? ' - r K it Wt 'fi x N do N -All l I 5 ' 5.4 1 l' 'Q i vs: ' Q 'WZ A , f I "1 lt vs ' l 9 1 2 A FAIRY QUEEN HOMECOMING UF HFFHIRS ' CLASSROOMS liffl CLUBS Wait I NQWJ Glfxf HONIECGNIINC Sep fur S601 CD Sep Svpl 25 xfrTv NIPL N XI Sep Oct L 'NCI 'Nov No.1 'Nov 'Ncx Nov IJ CN X ' N C Nl I V ' f I ' .. 'A 'A A A t. 26. I ' OCX. Q. ' ' ' OCT. 5. ' t ' ' OC' E, ' U A -. ll. Sefr. 5. " ' ' Om. IZ. S"f17- E-V Or Y. 15 Sf-pf. 7. . OCT. 15. Sfpt. 10. - A Oni. 17. 12- om. 15. A "1 , 14 ' . Oct.19. ' ' . Om. 22. ' ' Oil. 2-1. I7 ' Sf-pt. 13. Ott. 25. f A " 0-1. JU. Sf-pt. 19. . ' " ' Oct. gl. S'-pt, 23 N222 F. Svpr. 21. A .' . 5. ,' '. 6. ' S gt. 23. ' .-i-cl A' . 8. ' ' 1' '. 9. 1. 24, 4 . . . ' ' .' ' 4 O11 ' 1 'fist CAMPUS CHATTER - Cont. Mr Scully made a very interesting talk on our 'Tour Fold Aim of Education." Following this was an inter- esting talk by Mr. Luther Burpo, Secretary of the School Board, on "What Our School Might Become." We extend our sincerest sympathy to Mr. Iames l-lastie upon the death of his mother, who passed away at her home in Carterville, Illinois. Nov. 14. School was closed at 115 today for those who wished to attend the funeral of Lt. Lloyd F. Cox, Ir. The contract was signed with the printer and engraver for the 1946 year book. Nov. 16. Sob! Sobl We lost our game with Carmi by a score of 7-6. The annual staff sent the first copy of the dummy of the 1946 yearbook to the engraver, Nov. 19. What? All-star basketball game Admis- sion? Why, of course, a Victory Bond Mr. Ralph Krupp started the sale of basketball season tickets today. Rushl Rush' Nov. 21. F.C.H.S held her first peacetime Thanks- giving chorus giving for the Nov 22 Everybodys happy because we won the Turkey game with Benton by a score of 33 O Fairy Parks was crowned queen fsee pages 67 and 661 Mr Clarence Leslie was an excellent master of cere monies Other features of the program included talks by Superintendent Patton and Mike Belbas alumni vocal solos by Howard Willmoth alumnus by Pann Whiteside and music by FCH S Orchestra Nov 26 Keep warm and drink plenty of liquids was a warning given to us today because of the 176 students absent with flu Nov 27 Bewarelll ECHS has been struck by wave of influenza Nov 29 Ditdah dah dit is that baby talk? M Glenn Morris gave us a program on the science of radio today in lyceum lt shows us how many brainy people plan the modern things we enioy Nov 30 A movie entitled Chicagoland Music Eesti val was shown in assembly lt pictured the worlds greatest music festival the best male and female singers the steel mill in operation Lt Eddie Peabody and his naval band Eddy Duchin at the piano Dec 2 School began operating today at 820 Dont be sleepy headslll Wake up 15 minutes early Dec 3 School was dismissed at noon today for the remainder of the week because of the Flu epidemic Dec 10 Almost everyone returned today afte four days di mtssal Dec ll Seniors order graduation invitations Dec 13 Let it Snow' Let it Snowl Let it Snowl Dec 14 The Mother Daughter Sub Deb banquet will be held tonight in the cafeteria Also he Red Peppers are havina their annual Ch istmas Party Dec 18 PCHS conquered li Herrin Tigers by co e of 56 28 Dec 19 We enioyed an excelle t prograr' 1 "ie duaitoriurri this rriornina The or hestra plavea the uaent b dy ara Ch istrnas Carol and the H1Y a u hrist r a c e d ceremony this morning. The student body and sang. Dr, Iulian Atwood gave the Thanks- sermon Then a collection of S4315 was taken War Chest Community Fund '11 afternoon toe various e esrb e ea a c si e 'ie a c corn ec 20 ECHS hirre c e v Toe f c f de J' cf o dec at M lf M Cc'e art Mr McM e e a te c Dec 21 We eri cvca a Lea 1.41 c 1u"1 his at e ricc T e a a e tea rturr ber R ie ea a rre aae ara Miss Hole Spe s E e al p e s e Ca cl n 2 Chri 'ICCII1 r' a 1 ra c e 47Ub Centralia Holiday tournament. Ian. 3. Teen Town council met and decided on the suspension of monthly dues. Each person will pay five Ian. 4. lan. 5. lan. 7. Ian. 8. 10. 14. 16. Ian. lun. Ian. cents every time he enters Teen Town, We tamed the Marion Wildcats, 46-40. We whipped the Carmi Bulldogs. We muzzled the Harrisburg Bulldogs, 67-48. Students registered today for next semester. Worryl Worry! Exams today. In an easy victory we defeated Herrin 64-29. Second semester book rentals were collected today and the first installment on the yearbook was paid Rev. W. C. Burris introduced Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Smith of the Christian Church and Reverend Dowdy, evan- gelist. Mrs. Smith gave a reading, Mr. Smith lead singing, and Reverend Dowdy made the talk on "What will you do with your life?' Ian. 17. PCHS. band played at an OPA conference -'iThe Cost of Living," this morning at the Strand Theatre, Ian. 18. Another victory for F.C.H.S1 We defeated Harrisburg 47-32. lan 28 The Centralia Orphans ousted FCHS in a close battle by a score of 42 41 Ian. 31 South Africa was a movie shown at the lunch hour today Feb 2 Benton Rangers were grazed by FCHS Feb 3 Anna Jonesboro Wildcats were skinned by the Red Birds Feb 4 Swing Your Partner A barn party is being held by Sophies tonight Feb 6 Gee' March in Februaryl Feb 7 India March of Time movie shown today Feb 8 We skinned the Marion Wildcats 54 48 Feb 11 Dear Old Abe No school tomorrow in honor of his birthday Feb 13 The Valiant a play was given by dra matic class this morning Feb 14 Pepsi Cola scholarship award exams will be aiven tomorrow for Senior Quiz Kids Feb 15 We dehorned the Mt Vernon Rams 50 48 Feb 18 What? Louis Pasteur and Mr Chips in schoolll' No they were only portrayed in a lyceum this morning Feb 19 Juniors take lllinois State High School Exams' Feb 20 Seniors take Hiah School Exams alsolll Feb 21 Who Gets the Car Tonight? and Dear Lady Be Brave were presented by dramatics class in assembly Feb 22 Pinckneyville Panthes were declawed by our Birds Feb 27 Grades todaylll Ugh"l Feb 28 Sobl Sobl FCHS Birds were beaten by Mounds of Douglas in the Benton Regional Tournament by o score of 55 51 Mar 1 March came in like a larrb but Ntll 1t go cut ike a llOI'17?? Mar 6 B ng"' End of Rcu d Ore Y A boxing bcut 1 ttie auditorium Mar 7 Basketball Sectioral Tou naments are being eld t'i1s meek Mar 28 29 Death Take agea twice cmetriing lu'11c Clos Play will D6 Apr CI Apr 5 Seo a Holiday Senior Play 1s e a a aiffe ent a cra'nal P L1 le e o ea t plav pe eried by ira House of G eefi cs as c A rig u rinial Spa h F1 week Apr Apr l Apr 1 May 26 4 UU p May 30 Co 're e Pepper auf at ete o iaht ood Frioay alau ea e Seri e tc rs a adeiatina e c .vi ri Dr Clark o E Cm. cn Ne F ark o peaker l cirrax o ne four e ,ears of t e ie Ye c e o e held p rr 11' c Bracker f avto Lc OL'l'Y del J red Fe add es , .... , . . . . . . .. .... a ' ' , A . u n ll V 'll I I I . . " '- - - ' . r. ' ' ' 1 . . r ' , Q I l - .. 1 rl E' ' . ' . . 2. e ' ' ' Q . . c n 1 ' l '1 C V - 'Yi l - 6 I " ' 11 11. 1 11 C11 . 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During the year students have cornpletely' overhauled an entire automobile with particular stress cn engine and running gear This year rriucn emphasis was placed on the automobile, with very' little streets given to aviation flext year the aepartrnent ncpes to otter a fail-year course in auto nrecnanice and one in aviation mechanics IF YOU WANT YOUR CAR FIXED, SEE Iarnee Herring, Corky Melville George Bernhard Stanley Bonzy and Karnes Christy George as adyueting 'Jalve clearances prior tc starting tne e gine The boys have gust :orn- pletea a cornplete engine overhaul MACHINE SHOP Whistle While you work' Tnree hours a day are spent in the Macnrne Snot: coarse Sznce 90 per :ent o' ine arrnea 'crces are now rnecnanizea this course will be 'ie'inite1',' nelpbi in ine event that one enrollea as arched The bays have a gocd etart gn any o' our rnanutacturing inaastrief ana are 'well started on a t.aae During the coarse this year the basic operations usea in rncaern rnacriine icoie were learned Atrrang the ufeiul proiects completed were wrenches vises jacks, et: Wner. the acvernrnent ao tea ine rnodern machinery and testing apparatus, it rrtade our scriacl shop one of ine rnost rncclern rn the state lolin Wilkinson, Ierry Rotrarnel, Icnn Suein, Carl Lucas, l-tcwara Haricins, and lfcrrrran Bailey are shawn checking work on an engine lafne, using a 'iial :nclicatcr 44 75 PD Conslruc tion. 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'A N f BMT" V Q' 1 M xi 1 ,1 H .U .f v v ' na TEANIWDRK W NS I A l K , Mic FIRST TEAM FOOTBALL Top Prcture, left to rlght Howard Roberts Bill Tate, Dcn Stagner, Rob- ert Huanes, Leon We-stell, Roger Young, Stanley Bcnzy, Robert Barker, Bob Durham Inset Red Btrds rn actron rn Tur key Day game Score was 33 O 1n favo of West Frankfort FIRST AND SECOND TEAM FOOTBALL Front Row left to rrght Don Stag ner Don Romlne Conrad Neal Fred Boatrlght Frank Patterozzr Alva D1llon Harvey Null Bob Durham Ray Moake Bernard Narusxs Row 2 Bob Bowker Corky Mel vrlle Stanley Bonzy B111 Tate Netl Dtllard Alfred Dartt Robert Barker Howard Robert Drck lowes Leon Westell Roger You g Cotton Hugrtes Fame Madaox Row 3 Asst Coache Lowell Mc D ala and Ha ry Mclvlu te Iarres McGbee loltnnv Y tlchotf Brlly Ice Harm Randall Perle Dewey Sna p Robert Brttle Nr b McDan e 't 1 tune Do H d C a a a aae our u Hand e l Pea G e Mc or a C :rel C ea er o H C T McCrearv Brll rnk ew cF y Grav ack N G e FOOTB LL RFSUVIE MARION DECLAWED 40 0 at J rrarkt R d B1 d ed re 1' v dc e n a 1a t l , d BATTLE WITH DECATUR REDS LEADS TO SCORELESS TIE e e r1 J st ong CJl1.ll tea vaded the c e 11Jl' ga layed rt mdd ard a n T'1 gar e J as called n he last auart r Nlll t so re FIERCE SPARTA BULLDOGS TAMED 320 Those who tourneyed North to tne Frank fort Sparta game sa ff the Bulldogs get plas te ed lt was an easy game for the Red B1rds as IS plamly seen by the h1gh score RED BIRDS BOW TO LOUISVILLE 39 6 The Red Blrd suffered the1r f1fSl setback by the Male l-l1gr1 Scnool of l.ou1sv1lle Ky The much l1ghter W F team fa1led to hold back the b1a boys of l.cu1sv1lle RAMS ARE TRAMPLED 21 7 The BlfdS came back 1n th1s game w1th the1r old f1oht1r1g sp1r1t and defeated a supposedly strong Mt Vernon team Zl 7 The Frankfort backf1eld d1d some very good runn1ng 1n th1s game CLIP WINGS OF ELDORADO EAGLES 34 U The Red B1rds aga1n showed thetr ISTf1f1C power by defeat1ng the Eldorado squad 34 U The Eagles were unable to get near the goal posts The Red BlTdS seemed to be able to score at Wlll 44872 RED BIRDS VVIN A CLOSE TUSSLE WITH HERRIN 7 6 r e e arre rcrn the Tgers c lsarve lull cc ed the lc e tcucn RED BIRDS DOWN THE HARRISBURG BULLDOGS 39 0 Tl e B1 d fr tr Q11 tk d con erence 1 c ,Inst lol rr burg r NU tner thc e eJs,f VlClCIl Tre W F lne held t e rlor sourg DC 1 to a tcta f n1n ret yard RED BIRDS TIE WITH CENTRALIA ORPHANS ln one of the hardest fought games of the eason the W F team t1ed w1th Centraha 7 7 The B1rds held the ball most of the game but just couldnt do anyth1ng w1th 1t They ga1ned more yards and had more f1rst downs but Sllll c uldnt score h1ghe CARMI DEI-'EATS W F 7 6 The W F Red B1rds felt the1r f1rst taste of defeat th1s season at the hands of the Carm1 Bulldogs lt was a rough and tumble game all the way through RED BIRDS WIN FROM BENTON The Red B1rds aga1n won the annual Tur key Day game th1s year, by a score of 33 O W F team never aave Benton a chance to score l 4 L ln 'he oc-China Came of 'he football season - ...o A - ..... J 7 11.o c ,.1o loc, 1 s o 1. . V est T ffort, the 1 e 'r s ' t'. if Playing 'xfltli all IT191 str ngth, th Birds terrific ,ower by do'.':n1ng the 'VLT ats, 402, took a very IIQDI g .1 f 1 11 if f se-co d r ' bird team o aye ' the last half Herrin. I y f s r . 1 - of the game. down, '.'.'1tr1 Dick Tones kicking the extra point. ln th s co1 d game o .r De f ' rn - 111 ' 1 rrg f1eld. lt was a to tj 1 f ine, , . . . - 'i 7 r s WJ1 fr' .lil f Il torn' o 111' 1r1.1e'n'.' o h M N ' 1- V Q Y , ,WD D m C dai .1 a ' ' Tfllf ' s anon one of 1. 1 . C , 1 1.., . of C' . Q I I Y A s -rf X '1 . . 1 1 n A ' :1 ' f rt s 1 o e 1 A s. I I . W U - r ' , s , , , ' , - . . . . K . S Q . 1 V I A ' ' ' ' ' o ' ' r. , . J . - I u - . . 1 , X . . f f V 4' 33N I I iff A 'K Sl Z GOOD SPORTSN ANSHIP C1945-l946l X' FCHS OPPOIIEIT Opponer Scar Zezaler 30 59 Christopher 35 37 CEIITRALIA 24 41 Z-ergler 3l 55 Hein: 23 62 BEHTOII 37 41 Plnokney., 43 46 MARIOYI 4U 59 Carmz 29 67 HARRISBURO 28 35 MT VERIZON 29 54 l-lerrtn 29 47 HARRTSBURG 32 44 Iohnston Czty 37 4l CEIITRALIA 42 55 Paducah 24 55 BENTOII 26 64 Anna 49 54 MARION 48 ,Q 60 Paducah 36 V ' 64 Chrrstopher 33 50 MT VERNON 48 55 Prnclcneyville 46 40 Iohnston Ctty 38 Centralia Holiday Tournament 55 Alton 4U 45 Flora 29 56 Champalgri 44 34 Centralla 32 Benton Regional Tournament 95 Christopher li 51 Mounds 55 Altred Dart?-forward Dick Iones-guard hear a pep talk by Coazi Harlan Hzdg ' head Coach ot football, basketball, and track Centralia by one point. The other two defeats were to Prnckneyville by two points and to Douglas of Mounds by tour points. Mounds was the all Negro team that defeated Frankfort in the regional tournament, which dashed all of Franklorts hopes for State Tournament Maybe we will have better luck next year Of course, its important to a team whether they win or lose but far more important is, How they play the game' C4 EQ 77 Conference aazn-er J Jzztagze B. LL It ' - 1 'OT OUT. FIRST TEAM BASKETBALL Q-.,.L4 Kgfvpa fu-, ,g'.,.,, QFL. Earhart Rcbert Hggxex E:r'.'e'j.I1gll Dlfk Ihr, RQVJZ CCQICE Haflar. Hidiei, Raw' Mcake lack I-lzu-:ell ici. Pcrxzxe Frank We:aryhcsk1, Hcger Ycgij: Mimajxer Murhael Creamer RCW 3 Edd1e Maazzcx, Andrew Melvtlle, TJe1l Dillard, lame: MCGkce E1ll Palmer, Ich: 'Nzlkuzzcri SECOND TEAM BASKETBALL Seated lclm Youfhcff lame McAll1eter Iolm Gray l1IT Bdmett lclvt D11 naw Bllly Harkmb Tommy' Wh1teQ1ae Sta1'1d1na Mcmage W lly Lufae Allen Paul Ted Pctepa Gecrce JV1lard Fred BOOTTIQLIT Van G1llesp1 Ge e McDonald DICK Sloan Paul Pear Mg Tommy McCra y Ccacl1 E11l Brow BASEBALL RE 1rt 1 S'fNDGGI'Ii 111 f 'wx crt Q meter, base Q rc 'Q actu t Coac areftce Leewe Has fa an excellent s c mfg TH Uacttce Uareee GJ seen Qc edulea Mtld 'fee sc fel t 15 Cu '1 ect col DCvS ree pw ae need tauffh H' Je cases ll e' 'fc eewetfct Ca clfer ,ctw Wlw Sf' C a e rla ntleld cad Gra ram Pearscw rd ward l-ta :Ore P1 I le on 1 K a laarfe, 1 tc tere M cfael Crea ef hard mc: 1' Alpert RCI' sac ara l-ff f- a 'B f e tt1elderQ 1' e 15' f f-'ae af K fx: c K6 lt e 1 rf f Tate ana Gefr e err a a e et deat no ll nacx taese I2 C DSC' 9 CI GTG te YV' E6 'T We Sawle, Bea ff' 4 he' Fqlcl ea cow: crew ewt Q 'ear' 'W ac ew QF X , ' A ' . , 11.1 fl .., L ' . , 'e, H- , 1 l L FCI the t' s t1:1.e Q . 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Lzxkfftn zll git 'rx " H:fgE.Kr1py tt.: , . 113.-'rg' 1, r.C'1r.'f,1, gi" ' :gr gf: . 3. fr1:.n'i" PEAC1 U WQRLP lS a ff la 1 harrheh W11' Cl e us 1 af he1er h was 1a ey ees h 61110 1C ahess , h pe lave a111o 11 S app ec a1 ,V 1 IO 1err C Nana w'a1,la all ae aaa 111 a chfrus aha Pc g1rlS Chorus wah 11151 place ra11hgs 111 me D1S1r1C1 Carnes There 13 als a 1hr1ll 111 s1a,11hg ll' LUNG Wllh a group 1 rr111e1C1a11S plafma 111S1ru1heh1s as well as our haha wha also wah 11151 place lll 1he caf11es1 A s1udeh1 who learns 1a p1ax ah 1r1s1rumeh1 lmaws haw 1a ehjay D15 le1sure 11r11e A area 'TIUSICIGH ance sa1d Teach a bay 1a blow a ham and he w1ll heve blow a Sale NJ f Qxmp N ef LU X .P If L .J ' ' er ' er 1 . fx 11,951 a Sara te ihsA 1 a Q 1 thi, J. ,jar M. aut 1 1' is sa . ljaf 3 ,1 'Pai , r 1 Lei ha r' Y. , , l ur ' l 1 1 ' 1 wra. l . h alle 'fJ11h The vaealisis ln auf' warlal since 1he 1111Xeal Charms bays . ' 4' A ' . Y ' 4 , ' ' U -J - , 1 A . . ' . + .K O . . Y. 1 A . C A X . L . , 1 7 r ff""'-M Y' r +1 X, ,' cl 1 11? 1 xiQQ:,,. Q x..M X 'C Q 4 1 -H. 4 W-- rf 1 .a , 'WAT -f-I yff' x 1 gf X ffl xx n Sf' l , f h X H "l-IEAVENLY MUSIC" CHRISTMAS CAROLERS These two groups, the octet and the sextette, under the direction ot Mr. Robert Davis, thrilled us by singing Christmas carols in the halls at Christmas time, They are, fran! row left tc ri ht, oana Webb, Carol ri Sim son, Kathleen Rob , Pann Whiteside, lo' Warren Q l Y p Y 1 t Vero Hancock, Norma Grubbs Second row left tc right, lack Manis, Pot Kaiser, Leslie Mayhew, Alva Dillon. Third row lett to right, Allen Barton, Glen McClintock, Tornrny Pickens, Kent Holland Ill HRT MUSIC - DRAMA LITERATURE fW! - S LANGUAGE YYX I 43n 449:32 music For OFFICERS 1See picture at lower lehls ul! I I O lil O l Flutes: B-Flu! Clurinets: A119 Clqyinegs: ?:3fef-ic ,rj - ,L v G: .L f'1:'E. fi?Y."1 -2fQ.f2"E2fgf -QQ 5,214 Mzrw , Ls 'r':.r.: V -, H ,, - ',,.h " Zesiixs ' " J. z'::7 ' HCG'ec- 5 --7 T ' ' rr: E-':'.'L' A F A Bass Clarinets Oboes: W . , in W Q f, ' I 7:5-i. V , 1: , .. J. - millions 77 v - ,fwf - . -wwf ,.,.-1 1 N WM f... ' f, US.- A pf ,. , 'D .., W. A Alto Saxophones: Bassoons: Betty' Ytengstcrff Baritones: , 'N . , ,, '1r:r::e P tt n Dcrala Charrlricr 'Ce Demcrem Eel.: Sine! 'Nallzf Leia? Pickens A Peggy Calvert b'e SYCW Gertrgae SVVGIT. Delcrzs Satierlarla Corneu: 3133663 SEdmOn35 Trombones: T S h : ' ,.' - ., 75 7 'ms 'Navne Mzrtcr uno' axop ones GJ I-A013 Tnomas Robmscr. Bilfpclmerl A GlOY1GSUSS'A'CIfCYG :remand Tones pmnch Hams: Baues, Q Sorothy George Kai. Collins Nama Faye Show- Marietta Hadaere TN, M,.r'.G,., maker Richard Gfllllfi ' "U 'J' " 1- Strin Basses: B 1 5 h LF Y v Eltzabeth Dans 9 an one axop one Urhpi ECAKE' Bertha Evans TO Ann Harms Betty Leslie Freaflze Garnber Faaa Hath Lee Brldget Gxuesgze At the dzstrtct sale ccrttest 1' Herrrr, the tr.s1r',:r':e:ita1 department received 'ourteex 'zrst place :wards erant se:- srtds, 'we thirds, and :ic feqrths Awards were as tclicws Plano-Fada Ruth Lee sesena, Bill Palrxer trlirrip strzxg bass el: Art: Rams :e:::1d, vicliri-Marcella Pcczus, thrrdg Obce -Elmer lanes, tirst, alto clarinet Edlth Ccrltri, Er" bas: clarinet-lc Dcnrta Steele 'xrst Betty Clrxa, seccxdg alt: meeheeewtee Qeriareftx tirst- banter.-e saxtcxcie-Eettz' Leslie 'zrstg haute:-e hcrri-Tcrirxy Pickens ' Frericr. :ern--'Elizabeth Davis Bertha Evaxs, seccxds Each ct the 'ClQ:'.'.'::g exserxbler '.-:zz tzrst place rztzrgf ..d we 'N:cd'f.':x'i tri: tlyte quartet, brass quartet May all l'fI'JSlC1C1K:E al'.-,rays be permitted tc play 3' rxmstc ct all xafzenalztxes Mustc tzr the Mrllif Q 97 vs Percussion: l C K1rk Fred Heaton Larry Fculk Fred I Ecatrlglit Chaxene Tate Phyxlls Myafi Tympani: Herbert H ,tx A lower rightj: Dolores McCl1ntc lo Ann Helms Nancy Foulk Ck Betty Czma-Lrar: Mayarette Sue Story-Dram Majorette Betty Mmgs Galla McClintock Eleancr Heard Twirlers and Muior- Marimba: ettes CSee Picture Gaia Mcflixtcck 1 f .f-0, 5, , , 5 3 N , is 3 rtk 4 4. 5. Hi' x V 99 11 1 G' 9-4 4 -Versa! Language H ' G Row l: Patsy Summers, Barbara Shymanik, Margaret Hill, Pann Whiteside, Ioana Webb, Darla Poole, Glendora Dorris, Mary Iune Willis, D'Etta Berthoux, Mary Ellen Hayes, Doris Dees, Betty Clements, How 2: Dorothy McElyea, Helen Garrard, Mary Penman, Kathleen Roby, Ruth Batts, Doris Isaacs, Barbara Dillard, Ioyce Richardson, Rosemary Fustin, Marcella Pocius, Shirley Burton, Dorothy Roberts, Gordon Ezell, William Sears, Elgene Leet, How 3: Phyllis Bellamy, Donna Fuller, Iean Montgomery, Pat Cowsert, Bernice McDamels, Doris Snyder, Betty Beasley, Barbara Akin, Frank Bernadoni, Iim Ellinger, Robert Calvin, Raymond Dwyer, Iohnny Smothers, Lothel Mings Row 4: Anna Kathalynas, Barbara Arview, Grace Fickas, Shirley Drake, Vada Lee, La Verne Dillion, Ioe Glassey, Pat Kaiser, Bob Durham, Ray Moake, Alva Dillon, Allen Barton, Karl Collins, Ml The value of the mixed chorus is that it inspires students to work together tor artistic achievement, This skill is useful later in church choir work, in Kenneth Sims. community work, and for some, as a profession in music, The chorus this year is made up ot approximately ll5 studentsvthirty- seven boys and seventy-eight girls The vocal department this year, as always, has been busy, The chorus took part in the National Education week program, and Thanksgiving and Christmas programs in the assembly, During the spring it was very busy with contests, clinics, and tours of the neighboring schools. ff QUU P XED United Nations Row 1: Faye Warren, Cloetta Melvin, Carolyn Simpson, Mary Ann Stmpson, Betty Buttry, Ioyce McElyea, Annette Dorrls Charlotte Harper, Naomi Dorris, Mary Ruscin, Phyllis Zimmer, Eva Mae Covert Row 2: Noble King, Donald Webster, Fred Neibel Virginia Glenn, Elinor Oliver, Grace Ogden Sara Ioy Rogers, Wilma Holland, Pat Lamkin, Doris Nolen, Bernice Nolen, Betty Herrell Dorothy Clark, Barbara Miner How 3: Gale Smythe, Albert Hartley, Iohn Martin, Kent Holland, Bob Kinison, Dean Melvin, Eloise Del.ap, Gaila McClintock, Imogene Smith, Norma Grubbs, Helen Wilkinson, Laura Williams How 4: lack Manis, Glenn McClintock, Charles Syers, Tom Pickens, lack Montgomery, Clyde Alverson Leslie Mayhew, Eliean Mitchell, Beatrice Carpenter, Eva Mislrowsky, Peggy Hargraves, Iams Ragland Vera Hancock Daisy Roberts CHQRUS Our chorus is regarded as a leader in this area and our selected chorus of about eighty voices has been chosen for many appearances in the schools of Southern Illinois, Mr. Robert Davis has directed vocal music for the past seven years. We regret that he will not be with us next year. 441012 Hourb of C arm.. for the Comfort Vlm e VOCAL ENSEMBLES G frnc e Lt EC rff' G , appgfwf. ,- ,., nc o ' L rw VGC! . W c Cl f o C 121' fvwp L" C- PG G 'LC Cu V A an 3 3 uk. g c 1 ff' Qaphr 11.2 Lo'-2 f ' xc c- 3 c. Groupl Chorus Cdbmei Sea'e A e Fcxuf Q r 4- 0 1 L 3 S r A We an T3 'c a11r1 A Group Girls Sextelie I. 1 ons P nn W 11651 e O, r cs ocxrc We K e-e-n H-:bw Second Sopranos 1'n , son Norma A1'o'2 fc- o Hancock Wo en Group 3 Mudngal Smgers Seated Bo IQ So G Toy Hoge s 1 WM cmd Go ro Mc 1 Q rc nne1 e o s won 11g 1 1e Sm Ve Lef Group 4 Boys Octet Se:1'eo Mo e P env V Ke e H s or 9 rcerf c Ker c or L 'nec oo ca GYG'e Bovs o Mo Q A n Q lv A J ,Lf- 1 r I x . I ,I M fl cl Th, ll ers - ook, rianj o...-nces 1n ,kbs scnccl crgaxzzotzc nd CE.',LfC.1-F dpxnng tl- 1- r Thej' ,lf tice port 1.. ine 3:24:11 spring ccnteftf The Vccsl Mpgxc 3 net if tzf '::'.'err.1rtf: isiy cf the :':'.:r.g' ft If rr...Q, Q' rep- rf'.'e:t:t:'.'e,i 'rcr:. -och :-:t1cri Q' the CELCYHF Then' oct GF fe:rf't'3r1e.2 and Qhrorxons, Sheik '.!-n'iQnc, do fl - r "- fine '.-:ok cf ire Chorus ..d 31:5 ct CI pchcy "n half: for rccxul nctzvties in '.-.'?1:::1 the 'scxzl ', ,om -nt r,::rZ1:':A Mefrirqrs cf 'ocol ::.1:'1c enxernbl-.-' rc --Ftzm. 'JV:.1f+-sme Jia: 1 'L , f.:'::u fx: fks Iltta B r1:1 ., P1"'1' V7.1-'YIiCII'.1k, 2. ite Dc!- fzf St. dprj M r was f..,:r. Kent rzcllcnd 2, ' ' : ef To :1gr.i P1 1tg 3 d' FQfSf S rrzrc -f . bb six. . j . ffzrolyn S . ' , . Cribs '. ,-" r ' Icy rr -ff' .711 1, r I r , P1117 rf.. s- 1' Cln- ' fc' A 1 If '71 5 dry- Afso Ixzlon GQ ,.yt.1 -Le M1',r'v.' 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SENORITA' The nrnety f1ve students enrolled 1n the Spanlsh courses tr1ed to read, to wnte and to speak Spanrsh so far as It rs poss1ble rn two years trme to become aoaualnted wrth the ous toms and oulture of the Spamsh spealcrng people, and to develop a tolerant att1tude to ward all natrons and people ln thls proture, students left to rlght Annette Dorrrs, lean Shepard Donne Wrolcer, Howard Roberts, Nor 44 105 ENGLISH DEVELOPS CULTURE T3 QU 1: AFV :fs t QC te o stulde spe lc ead d te to deslre t eaa r Informa For reoreattonal readmg r erren , boofs an Reade s D gest 1 ere added tt ts yea lop protst e Sal us I ana Webb readlra to rnt grarh oor f 1 r Morro poe The Van Wlth the Hoe Th s lesson e orasrzed toe va lue f a derr orato govern 'nert wnloh glves the Worlang man a hope f the future as contrasted wtth the drotator shlp or a klngdom Whroh puts tue emptrness of ages rn hrs aoe LAW COURT IN SESSION Three prrnolples of law oon strtutronal statutory and oom mon law lavs wh1oh govern relatrons partnershlps and age-notes created and used by busrness men are studred Left to nght Iohnnre Zampese law yer lohn Prfe ,udge Lothel Mtngs lawyer Llllran Gossett defendant Buddy Fustln Add1e R1sner Annabelle Olrver and others act as wrtnesses The defendant IS bexng tr1ed for poor grades? rn a class of oommerotal lafv ma Nroolar adrr1re a Spanlsn doll and other ourros GREAT CAESAR'S GHOST! Srnoe Latm 1S the foundatron of the Enalrsh language and slnoe so many of our Englrsh words ongrnated from the Latm, a student who learns Latrn w1ll not be frrghtened when he stumbles upon a d1ff1oult word, but wrll know tts meanrng D ' ' U ' :.. " ' 'IN 1 " ,-. -- ' ,- ,. if .: .tl rl....gz C Crt :f,.f16..f.:, ' .- v"'f-""'o , - ana ss Hoaxes ,.-one se' mester or 'itorature and one of ooriposrton aurxig eaon four 'fears o - ooo., X1 order to N L - . ' ,Ms tn fs' v ' u .. .ns to A u , . an vrrr effeotrxery- to appre- ' ll 1 A I ' . orate an types or lrterature and o 6 o r fo 1, A fifsvw ' I f on . , suppl . .tary .F d ' r. i 'J HQ: ru I 4 l v N r , , t r .t o , o s to lg, a ,r o A, , , pg of Ed'.'1 . ...ams W . A . . ,, Z.. 3 ,,,. ' ' ' 4 L- ALL. x ,. ' C LO 1 r . l , ' . . or , . , , 1 I - . v 1 I , V , , r ' Y I , , , , . , 4 A 4 Y WARS have been fought throughout the ages and martyrs have died in order that We may have FREEDOM OE RELIGION. Today we Seniors tind a deeper meaning in religion --We know we are about to take our place in a world where all is not well - where there is love ot wealth - bitter hatred - much dishonesty - We know that we can help to build a BETTER WORLD if we keep our sense of direction pointed toward the better things in life, such as SERVICE to the needy - UNDER- STANDING ot others - TRUTI-IEULNESS in all we do and say - WORK tor Better Homes tor a truly PEACEEUL WORLD A atheist has no tomorrow Because we ourselves are striving to become better young people we are hoping and Looking Toward a Better World You are more than the world Though you re such a dot You can love and think And the world cannot XQEJX UIUHID V .4- ls. Y Qi? 41" P 3 ix .SAK ' adn 1 4 if, 1 i U ' I I I if - I C5 by Xmarzfv i, ,, I 5 3, Q if , Q L i- Qf- IEA ff! X V W if ff, ,gk . I f X X l I , j X ff x X X f It ' J .' e Q55 L --- -gli? 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X 'X Z Jr xl:-. -L-X T 7 - - N - ' L- X ,WW-V Vi 7 Gill' XNZOFICI CIFCIC of FFICFI S IH XICITIOFIWHI ROBFRT BARIXFR 5'-V FO CHXBBN AND JQHYNIE We llbt xou among our World circle of FTICTI We ire oo n tomar tl11tBetter on d 11 to meeting xou otm there NOLR FCHS PM S Ei .t A L' , "V , q t X I , A t JOHN VVILKINSON bgig, V z I ki g I d a VV ard e' Y' b I 14 cfaezzibiinq The followlng pages are devoted to 1llustrated ad vert1s1ng featunng F C H S klClS1I'1 West Frankfort busmess places It 1S the behef of the Bus1ness Staff that these pages w1ll be 1nterest1ng and helpful PATRONIZE Red Blrd advertlsers w1th confldence I I I I I I I I n n 1 I I I4 I I I I I I I I I I I I I BURG'S Shopping Center for the Smart Woman and Mlss Southern lllmols Excluslve Representatxve for Carlye umor Mary Muffet Margle oy and umor Guild Dresses Home of Rothmoor aunty umor Swansdown and Redfern Suits and Coats 30 YEARS IN THE SAME LOCATION BURG S READY TO WEAR IT! HOLLAND DRUG CO NEW ERA DAIRY YOUR DRUGGIST Meet the Gang for a Malt Smce 1917 NEW ERA DAIRY 375' 422 E M Tl 663 Home of St Louis Dalry Ice Cream an DR W S RAINS F anme May and Hollingsworth DENTIST Candws x RAY SERVICE 222 E M T 8 1 TEEEPHONIES O 190 3 of I I ,I I v 1 J J , J J , , 7 E Compli ents of 5 . ain e. d . . . - ain el- 34 Res. -93 I mee ' I26 3 W. Main SI. nun--un--nn-nu --.una-nu--nuu-I-1nn-nu-nun-.nunII.1lII..1-II.IIIII1u1-nunnu11n-1,I-nnnuunu---nun-nn QEZEI .Rl 1 e pause t at re reshes ALL AMERICAN CHOICE FOR TIME OUT COCA COLA BOTTLING CO SEARS SETS AMERICA S STANDARD OF VALUES SEARS ORDER OFFICE Mary Burke Mgr IF IT S AV WE HAVE IT' Anythmg for the Home 8 d 89' B F .I FURNITURE CO F t Home of Quality Fumlture 7 E III W'31':,'i'3ZE5 I4 I ' . 47 I2 I In ' th I1 I . . . " 0 Wes rankfort, Illinois Phone 20 I 1 ' Q I E IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII . ' 111 West Mean sf. Phones 90 an - - - 1 0 - Wes rankfort. 111. 3II-I .Main Phone 129 41 by GREETINGS AND BEST WISHES C L A s s 0 F 1 9 4 6 OLD BEN COAL CORPORATION fo r t h e R. L. Adams, Gen. Supt. MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED The sleek well groomed appearance so essential to success always marks the chap or miss whose clothes are clean and well pressed Dorrls Cleaners give your clothes Just the renewlng you need for that well groomed look RAYMOND DORRIS CLEANERS 30 W M S 6 E M V WALKER 8: SONS QUALITY CLOTHIERS OI' MEN AND BOYS Since 1884 HART SCHAFFNER 8: MARX an WALCREST CLOTHES I26E Man tF nlcf t Huston Patterson Corp Commercial and Color Printers Indianapolis Engraving Co School Publication Dept STOTLAR HERRIN LUMBER CO llllllllllllll IlilllIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIHIIIIII WALLPAPER 0 PAINTS BUILDING SUPPLIES IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIHIIIIII W H K ll y Mgr 7 . ain t. Phone 88 I 09 . ain St. Compliments of E . . ' J 2 Decatur, Illinois f S Q I . E Indianapolis, Indiana d ' 5 4 an . i Tel. 285 E , 1 Wes ra or, III. 2 Phone 2I , , e e , 44 113 up DONT SAY HELLO MY JACOBS LANE JEWELERS WHERE YOU CHOOSE FINE JEWELRY AND DIAMONDS WITH CONFIDENCE JACOBS LANE CO lnc JEWELERS ILLINOI s 1 'If 7 C6 77 C I 1 I 0, o WEST FRANKFORT AND HERRIN, .I S YES THEY RE WINNERS' When its thrlll packed basketball you want these lads have what lt takes speed sklll endurance- UT When lt s good food you want the EGYPT has lt fine foods wholesomely prepared and attractlvely served Fe ma EF Y P T Q:?:,,'1!5,, DL. EXPERT AUTO KL TRUCK REPAIR Our Modern Equipment and Skilled Workmen Guarantee EXPERT SERVICE ON PASSENGER CARS AND TRUCKS ALL MAKES JORDAN MOTOR CO ulck Starting Fast Get Away and Long Mileage These determme the wlnner IH the 440 yard dash You ll be a wlnner too even ln a pre war jalopy when you use Marathon s Quick Starting Fast Get Away and Long Mileage Gasoline Try a tankful KARNES and VENE MARATHON sERv1cE STATION 99EMn Tl24l 1159 Y , . . . . - Y ' ' Y Y . . . Y ' ' 3 , . r e n c , . e 0 e ncan Hines . ...... . .......... ............ .... .. ............................................................................................................ I . 'n hon ... ................... . ........... .. ............... . ............ . ...... . ...... . ......................................... . ...... ... ...... .. ..................... . Q , ' u V s n u . 1 v ' 1 , . . 1 ' 1 . . . ai e . ........ .... . .... . .................... ..... ....... . .... . ...... ......... .............. . . .......g, er ASK THE F. C. H. S. GIRLS WHO BOWL- POISED for action! With eyes spark- ling with excitement, she looks forward to thrilling competition, clean sport, and healthful fun. The congenial atmosphere at Williams' Recreation means an evening of enjoyable ac- tivity any time you wish to bowl. THEY BOWL AT WILLIAMS' WILLIAMS' RECREATION I06 E. Poplar West Frankfort, III. I It THE BANK 'H' OF WEST FRANKFORT 1:2 East Main st. West Frankfort, Illinois W' I is 1 Gpened for Business Dec. 9, I940 Y FASTEST GROWING BANK in " Q-iffwf FRANKLIN COUNTY I g COMPLETE AND EFFFICIENT BANKING SERVICE for West Frankfort and Vicinity Deposits Insured in Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 14 1162 I COMPLIMENTS OF T e ARSHT S FASHION SHOP SHOE STORE YES My Corsage just came and It s lovely thank you so much Of course shes pleased and say fellas here s a txp--when you want to please that certaln someone rely on WEAVERS for that speclal corsage for that extra speclal date WEAVER S FLOWERS 320 E M Call 367 Call 5 79 West Frankfort III1no1s STRAND Southern III1no1s Most Popular Theatre WHERE THE BIG PICTURES SHOW FIRST FOX STRAND THEATRE M B rr g Q STRAND S was in 255 E UE DD TWO OUTSTANDING FACTS ONE F C H Students Make Good ln Llfe TWO J W H Insurance Makes Good on Losses J WILL HOWELL DEPENDABLE INSURANCE E MAIN PHONE 50 117 . I' I . I 4 5 , 5 , - 5 9 ' . ain Phone 229 3 WY v:1'.' ' l N 'Y U Y I '.!',f If . . ' l l 1 ' " ' ' l E l E151 aa, y gamma., as y - H! J 'Ll n 'T , U W ' I. l ! , f"' ag - .. ,. , Iv ' :.A s W EMEA' E .fvzz-1 E. .wwe nn-.t -.. I M M- Vi L H. . urne , M r. :,wAib.5iEE gl:i Si , Q lag :i i - ,, O . O 309 . C4 7? VAN WOOD ELECTRIC INC IO8 W t M VISII our Record Department for all latest Vlctor Columbla Decca Capltal Blueblrcl and Okeh Releases POPULAR AND CLASSICS We Carry Most Popular Brands of AREN T THEY BEAUTIFUL? Radu-,S Reggrd Players and Loyalty Dlamonds always earn hlghest Combmahons compllments and greatest d mlratlon from your friends Safest Investment for Your t F Herman s Jewelry Store 209 East lVla1n St UNION FUNERAL CHAPEL FUNERAL HOME Telephone l6l Telephone 33 West Frankfort lllmols Tl'-IOUGHTFUL SERVICE COMPLIMENTS OF CLINE WADE TYPEWRITER AND OFFICE EQUIPMENT STORE 404 E Mann St Wlest Frankfort, lllmols Tel 444 llflf VAN - WOOD ELECTRIC Jewelry Dollars 5 7 Wes ranlcfort Illinois E ' .fy-. CHICORY CHICK IS ME . . WITH A PERsoNAL1TYz Yes, Chicory Chick and all other chicks get a better start and keep growing best on Critic and Corno Feeds. Scientifically blended by feed specialists for the maxi- mum results with minimum cost. BURPO'S ALSO SPECIALIZE IN HAY, GRAIN, AND FARM SEEDS AND SUPPLIES LUTHER BURPO FEED STORE 505 E. Main St. Critic and Corno Feeds Phone 86 Set and Ready Go- and I'Iow EGYPT AUTO PAINTING CO. is all set and ready to go on that body rebuild, fender repair, or auto repaint job you've been needing so long. Highest Quality Materials, Experienced Workmen, and reasonable prices your guarantee of satisfaction EGYPT AUTO PAINTING CO. Phone 33I Pete Demaretti 61 Son if H9 D THE OLD HANGOUT YES for all those happy hlgh school years the F C H S crowd has macle Mike s a place to meet thelr fI'1CHdS have a coke or a malt or just loaf Frlenclly faces happy chatter and joyous hubbub go to make the congenlal atmosphere where frlend meets frlencl and the olcl gOSSlp IS alred over a SaHdWlCh or barbecue faces yes but always the same good comracleshlp at Mikes School days are happy days recall them at Mlke s MIKE'S CONFECTIONERY Just Around the Corner AND SO IT GOES, year by year, all too swiftly. Different


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