Fulton High School - Talespin Yearbook (Middleton, MI)
- Class of 1943
Page 1 of 54
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Fulton High School
Prepared Ind ldltcd
The Senior Class
le, the Senior class of 1943, lish to dedi-
cate to you, lisa Claire Bent, this eighth volume
of the Talespln as a token of appreciation to og'
who as a true friend always stood ready to he p
us In any sorthy activity we undertook. You will
long be remembered by the students. :
. , -fm,
V . 1.
MAXIELL J. PAINK
Principal 5 Coach
MARION L. IOODPORD
l. A. LINDEMAN
Jr. High Principal
English I Latin
IARJORIE ILRRKN Y -
J. J. COOK
BARBIE L. DILTS
lngllan A History
Shop 5 Coach
nrr0nix'r'rB un vtms M N u"""
Junior High fn '
. GRACE mmm ,EQ .
Sixth Grade "".' ' In
RDITII SHERIDLN , S
Fifth Grade 'smjch
nncunm' Lum , 41
HUPPILN N X -1wf,f.
.c ff:-ad. , , xg , 7 fi'
mm IKLVEI. 1 ,, 'Q ' -
Kindergarten G Vocal luaic zzz J "4 ' V ,
Secret ry zzlzggz Y Q
:ii-I- :i ii ,,. . ,V lg all K
1 4 7 e
fcnoof CGZENJH Z
Initiation Day - New Teachers Treat
Carson City - Here - They lon! 0-7
Seniors - Freshmen - Teachers - and
Employees get TB plaeters.
Teachers have cider and muskmelons
Scrimmage with Ithaca
Elsie - There - Stopped them! 0-0
Boys scrimmage with thaca.
Durand - ere - Lost - 0-13
Perry - Here - le won - 13-6
Seniors primp for pictures.
Bdlore--Here - 21-O No comment.
22,23 Teachers' Institute
Grand Rapids 5 Kalamazoo
Portland - There - 6-19 Again
Girl Scouts' Entertainment
School Carnival - Middleton
Corunna - Here - Stopped again 0-O
Stanton - Here - Ie won and Hoa! 7
But, oh, those Doctor Bills!
Junior Play - 'Lindy Lou'
Seniors have party.
Breckenridge - There - 28-31
Ovid - There - 48-32
Girls lon, too. 26-19
Grade School Operetta - evening
H1-School Xmas tree - afternoon
Alma - Here - 17-38
Those bigger schools!
Christmas vacation comes but
once a year.
Ashley -There - 32-21
Swimming in sweat.
St. Johns - There - 26-34
Darn those big schools.
-E2 Heap big snow!
Ashley - Here - 46-7 'Wheel'
2 Carson City - Here - 35-30
12 Maple Rapids - There - 34-19
16 Carson City - There -
18 Alma - There -
Twice in a roi.
19 la le Ra ids Here -
P P '
They never say q
23 Maple Rapids - Here -
28 Play-Off at Oaosso
Perry - 40 Fulton -
2 leple Rapids - The
lhen will they stop?
13 Area Tournament at St
Beat Carson City - 32-26
Three times this year
31 P. H. A. entertains P
9 Operetta, 'Hats Off'
15,16 Boxing Tournamentt
Jack Domke line!
30 Senior Play, 'l'L1ss
laple - Here
3 Alma - There
5 Carson - Here
7 Breckenridge - Here
ll Elsie - There
Spring Sing - Grades
Elsie - Here
. P. A.
Alma - Here
,14 Senior Exams '0uch!'
20 Eighth Grade Graduation
Senior Boys - Service
'Education is sometimes
painful, but it is the only
true path toward euccese.'
Gym '40 r. r. A. '41'4e 4:5
Vice President '42
'Quiet manners, comely
phiz, Jolly fellol, minds
'The Black Derby' '41
Glee Club '41'42
Talespln '43 d
'Judge him not until you know him better.' ?,r
Gym Club '40
F. P. L. '4l'42
'Hats Off' '43
.Qafu fa tozian -Qafafzess
Parents, Teachers, and Friends! In welcoming you to the commencement of
the Senior Class of '43,' I9 wish to express our gratitude for the interest you
have shown in us during the past four years. We are proud that you have taken
such an interest in us, for lt has been through your cooperation and encourage-
ment that our present goal has been achieved.
In time to some may the knowledge se have gained at Fulton Township High
School amply repay you.
Again, may I welcome you to our commencement.
kk --Cloyce Kochensparger
CLASS MOTTO ,zt, CLASS COLORS iii, CLASS FLOIER
'Be prepared' Rose and lhite Rose
Parents, t achers, frlends, and clssssatest Again lt is comaenceaent.
Colaenceaant--a truly Anerlcan tradition'-a tradition of lhlch ve as free Aler-
ican citizens have a right to be proud. lever have we had a right to he more
proud of this American privilege than right nov.
le as students are grateful first to you, our parents, for the lany sacri-
fices you have made so that ee aight have an education. Regardless of the
vorldly situation you have worked just that auch harder so that we might go out
into the eorld better prepared. le as seniors can see and appreciate ful y the
great help that a high school education will be in this ever changing world.
le are hore to thank you, our teachers, for the great help you have been to
us. This help, the value of which we can not express in writing or words, will
be reneabered for the rest of our lives. lany of us, possibly all of us, sill
endeavor to racnicc our lives after youre and devote ourselves to the task of
helping others as you have.
le thank you, our friends and classlates, fron the bottol of our hearts for
the sany large and aaall favors you have granted us. You have cheered us when
I0 were discouraged and ready to quit. You have given us a hand when it seemed
that ve could not lake the grade. You have been our nearest and dearest friends
all through school.
To each one of you ae, as s group, would like in our most appreciative fash
lon to shol hoe thankful ve are for your attendance at our graduation. lay our
achleveaents ln the future speck for us and say our aotto, Be Prepared,' be our
Seniors, students, teachers, parents, and friends,
I an proud to be able to say that I sas given the op-
portunity snd responsibility of being one of the lead-
ers of our Fulton Tolnshlp Schools. lt has been a
plzgsure to work with a group that has cooperated so
IQ s '
It las only through the cooperation of all of you
that this y ar has been nada a success. As we as a ns-
tion working hand in hand shall see democracy trlua-
phant: so shall so by pulling together see Fulton Town-
ship Schools go on to yet s better and more successful
lake this annual of the Fulton Township Schools,
'The Talespin of l943,' with you so that you may in
tile to coae by leaflng through its pages live over s-
gsln the profitable days you spent at school. Put it
sith the 'ialespins' of foraer years and with the Talesplns' to cone in future
years, and you Illl from the stories told on their pages dras the inspiration
and desire to sea lulton Tosnship Schools continue to progress.
--larion L. vcoarcrd
'I rely upon my dig-
Vice President '40
'Life Begins at S1xteenm40
P. P. A. 41
'Black Derby' '41
Editor of Tslespin '43
'She is ntle that
doeth gentle deeds.'
'sincerity and truth-
fulness are sure says of
'Bleek Derby' '41
Glee Club '43
Co-Boitor of Spotlight '43
'A xnnuxr rosrnn
ul long to be a feaoua
aan, like famous len of
'I aay statements spoken
truthfully are high
Gy! Club '40
P. P, A. '41'42'43
'If music be the food
of love, play on.'
Glee Club '41
'It's too hard to be-
have: so I have taken up
the practice of being a
tiger on lheels.'
Glee Club '42'43
'lhy does she dee
ua by asking us bel
she is quiet7'
Glee Club '4l'43
'I'm bsshful, but
ao I like the girls
'Being faithful t
end is one of her a
Cleo Club '4O'41'42
'I find that in this
sorld 1t's harder to pre-
tend to be duab than to
Gym '4o '43
'She has a naughty lit-
tle twinkle in her eye.'
Glee Club '41
'Let him have time to
mark hoe aloe school time
Football '4l'42'43 '
Varsity Club '42
rl 'O AC
'There is nothing better
Glee Ulub '40'4l'42'43
'Black Derby' '41
P. H. A. '43
'If you don't lant to
disturb anyone, just salt
around on your t1ptoes.'
I. P. L. '4l'42'43
'Black Derby' '41
'Progress is slow be-
cause it is the vork of
Glee Club '4O'4l'4B'43
P. H. 1. '43
'Books and I never got
alongg so I acquired
techniques in skipping
P. P. 1. '4l'42'45
SALE! INN BUPP
'It doeen't pay to be
bashful, if you can sei
qulre other teehn1ques.'
Glee Club '4l'42
'Ghost of Lollypop Bay' '42
'I'm so shy, butyl hope to
live long enough to get over
Track '40 '
Gym Club '40
P. P. I. '4l'48
Glas Club '43
'Alleys being quiet and
studying is not such a
P. H. L. '43
'Booman hath had the
troubles I have sith
faith in woaen.'
Glee Club '40'41
'Black Derby' '41
F. P. A. '41'42'43
'She loves, but knoss
gym ball ' 0' l
oft 4 4
'Black Derby' '41
. 'A gentle voice, an ad-
mirable thing in loman.'
'Black Derby' '41
'Silence is golden, but
a smile allege reaches ith
Glas Club '40
'lhy must I alsays make
'They that have good
wits have auch to answer
011 '40 f ,
'Tha rising blushes
which his cheeks o'er
spread are like opening
roses in a blossoming
P. P. A. '4l'48'43
'Ah, I've found love at
last if it ian't po1son.'
F. P. A. '42
'Studies are important,
but keeping up my social
life at Bannister is more
P. P. A. '41
'Having had a true
heart in the past, it is
sure to last for the
Glee Club '40'4l'43
P. H. A. '43
'Studying is not my art,
ut to find a pretty glrl
la my goal!
eya club '40
!. P. A. '4l'42'43
'There is nothing batter
than to be conslderate.W
Glee Club '40
'To larry that eertaln
lan in the army ls my
Olee Club '4o'4l'4e
Softball '41 '42
P. B. L. '43
JBAN TTB HILLS
'She is a girl of right
Olee Club '4l'48
'Although II grant he had
much alt: he las never shy
of using 1t.'
r. I. A. '41 '48'43
'She lives not for her
enjoyment and comfort
Glo! Club '40
Basketball '4l'42 L
Talespln '43 .
'It's worth a treasure
of gold ahen I don't
have to go to eehool.'
P. P. A. '4l'43
'I gave up the idea of
being a school teaeher.'
'He never worked but
moments odd, yet many a
bluff lrought he.'
'Black Derby' '41
P. P. 1. '4l'42
'Teachers worry me: yet
I'm going to marry one.'
Camera Club '40
P. F. A. '4l'42'43
Glee Club '42'43
Dear lr. lberly,
In reply to your recently received letter concerning graduation, I will try
to answer some of your questions.
You will recall that one day in September, 1939, forty-nine green Preshmen
eagerly hurried back to school only to find themselves loaded down with books
Boon after we assembled and had a class meeting. le elected Lillian Diet-
rich as President: Donna Todd, Vice President: Loretta lclillisms, Secretary:
and Alice Busted, Treasurer. Por our class advisor we chose lr. lcDonald.
Soon after we were initiated by our betters, the Sophomores, and had to en-
tertain them by doing stunts, walking to Perrinton, and other things which they
thought would fit us better for the forthcoming years.
During this year we had wiener roasts, skating parties, and other parties.
By the end of the y ar me had lost some from our number but others came to fill
their places. It as not long before we were let out for our summer vacation
which, I think, the teachers needed worse than we.
The next fall we returned to school with fiftysthree members. At our first
class meeting we chose the folloling to be our representatives: President, Bes-
sie Parfitti Vice President, Joyce Miller: Secretary and Treasurer, Loretta Mc-
Williams: and class advisor, lr. Oliver.
Immediately after this we initiated the Freshmen, keeping in mind the init-
iation we had received. Throughout this year we had various parties. le sold
candy, Christmas cards, and put on the play, 'The Black Derby, in April.
The next year I6 came back as Juniors, but our class had decreased to only
forty-three. Not long after receiving our latin, English, Ag, History, and oth-
er books, we had a class meeting and elected Jack Domke, as our President: Clo-
yce Kochensparger, Vice President: Helen Baker, Secretary: John First, Treasur-
er: and lr. Kn ght, our Advisor. In the middle of the year lr. Knight left us
to take up a new position, but you willingly filled his place to our great sat-
le received our class rings in December and thought they were the best ones
ever. le put on the play, 'Coverells,' in April and showed our liking for the
Seniors by entertaining them with the Junior-Senior Dinner Dance ln May.
Ihen arriving at school last fall, we found that we had lost you, our Su-
perintendent, to the Army, and that lr. loodford had taken your place. At our
first class meeting se elected Calvin Space as President, Ruth Wood as Vice-
Presldent, Donna Payne ss Secretary, and Robert Dodge as Treasurer. We chose
Mr. Paine and Hrs. Wyatt for our class advisors.
le ave had few parties this year on account
time trying to make this, our lest year, the b
play, M'l1ss,' the last of April and were ents
Junior-Senior Prom May seventh.
le have forty-three in our class and are the
of the war but eve spent
est one of all. le put on
rtained by the Juniors at
first to have gone through
four grades of the high school since the school has been consolidated.
This closes our High School life of '43. And now I will close fearing I
have wearled you quite enough llth this long letter, and thanking you for your
interest in our class.
Ruth lood, His
torian of the Class of '43
le, that famous Senior Class of n43n who have made such outstanding history
in our career at Dulton High, bequeath the implements that brought us high hon-
or, such high honor, to the following persons and we sincerely hope they prosper
by our methods.
To the faculty we give back their patience which we have at times taken
from them and which they will need to lose on our successors.
Bob Baxter, John First, Darrel Miller, Duane Ruehle, and Bob Lucas w1ll
their excellent ability to skip school to Gene Denney, Andy Townsend, Dean Troop
and Alethan Chaffin and we hear the boys have a good start.
Evelyn Baylls wills her quietness to Nelda Smith.
Jeans Burnham bequeaths his characteristic of sleeping in class to Marvin
Joyce Burnham wills some of her size to Mary Jane Hill.
Ellen Coakley wills her bashfulness to Virginia Allen.
Harlan Coakley bequeatha her girllah figure to Louise lhlte.
Ervin Cook wills his ability to shoot pool to Dan Lepley.
largaret Delott and Sarah Bupp bequeath their ability to attract men in the
armed forces to Elizabeth Cocnrod and Flossie Elliot.
Lillian Dietrich and Helen Baker will their ability to get a diamond to
Joyce Terry and Patty Pomeroy.
Prank Diwish bequeaths his ability to get along without troubl1ng'the girls
to George Smith.
Hel n Divlsh wills her many boy friends to Narnia Dye.
Robert Dodge wills Patty to anyone that can take her from him.
Kermit Poster wills his beautifully combed hair to Charles Boots..
Lester Evitts wills his numerous romances to Fred Holler.
Jerry Grlgar bequsaths his way with the gals to Frank Chowance.
Leora Grubaugh wills one more seat in the assembly to the Junior Class.
Bob Grubaugh allls his beautiful voice to Dean Troop.
Earnest Buss wills his ability to get out of classes to Alethan Chsffin.
Cloyce Kochensparger bequeaths his acting ability to Duane Snider.
Dorothy Long wills her liking for dates to Phyllis Duflo.
Prank larecek wills his lows to Janice Bolyard.
Georgia larecek bequeaths her excellent basketball playing to her sister
Jeanette Mills wills her ability to get the sailors to Kathleen Hoffer.
Geraldine lcon wills her fine capability of chewing gum to lary,Hnetynka.
Loretta lclllllams wills her desirable liking for history to June Cooper.
Bernice Nemanis wills her careful
studying to Marlin Town.
Bessie Parfitt wills her ability to bring home the 1's to her brother John
Donna Payne wills her charming personality to Betty Keller.
Deen Reynolds wills his height to Art Plott. Onalae Roberts wills hers to Hrs
Don Schafer wills Peggy to the army to build up his sorale when he's s sol-
dier. le hear ahe's doing all right.
LaVern Smith wllle his greet ability to make speeches to Bernede Roberts.
Calvin Space wills his liking for
red hair to Marnie Dye. le hope it stops
the controversy over whether here ls red or not.
Loy lhitney wills his slimneaa to
Ruth lood wills her loyalty to one boy to Eileen Anderson.
Denny Zamarron bequeaths his athletic ability to his brother, George.
It was in the summer of 1947, while I at in my comfortable seat on the
plane, the Silver Swan, that I noticed
two people who reminded me of two of sy
classmates from Fulton. I inquired of the atewardees who the two passengers
were sitting in the front eeet. She told me they were Bernice Wemanle and Ewe-
lyn Baylle. Thrilled with the thought
of seeing two former classmates of '43,'
I went forward and took the seat next to them, which happened to be unoccupied.
Bernice looked at me ln great surprise end said, 'lel1, Donna Psyneln
le dldn't lose any time ln getting rescqualnted, hut started in at once to
discuss what each had been doing since
we had been graduated.
Evelyn related her experience as a IAVB during the war. After the war she
took up nursing and has worked up until she la heed nurse at a large hospital
You can imagine my surprise when
private secretary to the President.
Wlell, Donne,' said Evelyn, 'now
I ere doing, we would like to have you
'After graduation I worked in an
in the larines, and then after the wer
my own practice ln New York. Do you
'Yes, I do,' replied Evelyn. 'I
Bernice told me she was employed as the
that you have found out what Bernice and
tell us what you have been do1ng.'
office until I was old enough to enlist
was over I studied surgery. I now have
girls know of any of the other graduates
don't know about all of then, but I a n
tell ou what e few are doing. Have you girls heard the greet news about Loret-
"Ile, please tell us."
Wlell, she is a private secretary
ing to be married soon.'
to the Governor, but I guess she ls go-
'I also heard the other day that Donald Schafer 1sn't worrying about Peggy
anymore, since he has Joined the lar1nes.' You knos hos it is--like the navy,
a girl in every port.'
'I l l asfully surprised the other day shen I found out that
erts sas a telephone operator, although she has the gift to be one.
'I also heard Ellen
'Bessie Parfltt, our Valedictorlan, nos osns a large ranch In
Coskley is s nurse in a large hospital in
'This sas the most surprising thing I have heard yet. Loy lhitney is nos
the Thin lan in Barnum 8
Bailey A Ringling Brother's C1rous.'
'LaVern Smith is nos a sell knosn professional football plsyer.'
'I suppose you have
the pagers the other day
'Eileen finally has
sing, and are very happy.
'I sas reading the
naae of Calvin Space in
heard about Duane Ruehle, the great boxer. I read in
that he sill be sorld'a champion if he sins the next
:aid 'yes' to Dean Reynolds. They are living in Len-
laple Rapids papers, and happened to run across the
the society column. It said that 'Hed"snd hi: life,
Kathleen, had another grand crosd at their dance shich sas held in the llaple
Rapids dance hall.'
.'Ruth lood must have liked it at Pulton. She is teaching History there
'Danny Zasarron ls knosn as 'Hose Run Dan' on the Detroit Tigers team.'
'Bern1ce, nov that I have told about some of the graduates, sill you ln-
us about s fes of the othere7'
'!es, I can tell you of several of them.'
'The lgst I heard, Jack Domke sae doing very sell on his 500 acre farm ln
'Lester Evitts, knosn to his friends as like, has signed a contract sith
the Detroit T1gers.'
'I suppose everyone
sith I. 0. I. He is nos
has read about John F1ret's acceptance of a contract
playing opposite Veronica Lske.'
'Kermit Poster has gotten over his bashfulnesa, and is now playing the pa'
for tso sseet boys shose
father v s killed in action in Australia.
'Leora Grubaugh aeeaa to be very happy since she decided to settle dosn
and marry Ted.'
'Also Bob Grubeugh has decided not to hire any more help. They arranged
it so that Borsa can sork permanently--as a housesifew'
'I sas at lac's station not eo long ego, and sho do you suppose is operat-
ing lt? Bernie Huss, the fellos sho sas seen in school only nov and then.'
Our Salutatorlen, Cloyce Kochensparger, has taken auch a liking to the
sray that he decided to stay in it after the var sas over.'
'I sas told that Dorothy Long has progressed. She has supervision of a
large corps of saitresses at the Hotel Olds in Lans1ng.'
'In by office the other day, I heard them advertising Robert Lucas' hard-
sare equipment. He has taken over his father'a store.'
Pr0Ph9cY iCon't. from lest page.,
'Frank larecek has his wish at last, he is touring the world, and has an
inportant job with the Symphony Opera. He is the head uaher.'
'Georgia larecek is now the confidential secretary to the Mayor of New
'Ambitious Darrel Killer is now a stenographer at the Oldsmobile Plant in
'Jeanette has taken such a liking for medicine that she has decided to
work for a doctor's degree.'
'Jerry Grigar did very well in the Army, and now is back ln the States.
He is very happy with his wife and family. Incidentelly, he discovered his
bride in Ca ablancs.'
'How, Donna, I think it is your turn.'
'lell, Helen Dlviah owns a successful style shop in New York City.'
'Robert Dodge and Patty are married, and living in Miami, Flor1da.'
nl heard Sally and Geraldine are both married, and living in the same a-
partment house in Detro1t.'
'Helen Baker is happily married to Lyle, and is living in South Dakota.'
'Jeans Burnham certainly takes to the air. During the war he flew a Smx-
flre in the R. A. E., and now that the war is over, he is testing planes for a
big concern in Cal1forn1a.'
'Say, listen to this. Lillian Dietrich is now e famous movie star. In
her last picture she played opposite Mickey Rooney.'
'It seems Robert Baxter has stepped into his father's shoes. He is Jeni-
tor of Fulton Township Schools.'
'Harlan Coakley has finally made up her mind as to which man is to be her
husband. It appears that Harry is the favored one.'
'Ervin Cook is the operator of a large skating rink in New 0rleens.'
'Margaret Delott has finally settled down. I don't know who the luckyman
is, b t it could be Benny, you know.'
'Prank Divish has e farm of his own now. As for who his little wife ie,
your guess is as good as mine.'
'I heard Joyce Burnham is married, and living in Detroit. She thinks she
is the happiest girl in the world. HOST likely she 1e.'
'There now, that tells us what all the other graduates have been doing
since we left Fulton.'
'le seemed to have finished just in time, for I see we are nearing our
destination, and the stewardess is coming to tell us to fasten our safety
belts. Hasn't this been a wonderful trip? I have surely enjoyed our visit,
and I'n glad to know where all of the Class of '43' is and what each is do-
--Evelyn Baylia, Bernice Nemanls, and Donna Payne
None of the serlous type for Bob, ,
BERNICB NEMANIS ,
Bernice you know is quite a scholar:
3,15 Jugt p1.1n and s.ty going. To her we give this little pin:
'rms Ag. book will keep nm on the Job 'S bet H dime to evvrv d011HP,
Al'-y. .nd .-.g'1n8. Q It l'lBl' H Job to lille
BARNES! H088 BBSSIE PARPITT I
Earmle's never seen at school
The reason for lt we don't know.
he'll flnd this calendar will show
lhen to stay and when to go.
Cloycs ls really quite an actor,
le give to Bessie this basketball,
So she can play down at the hall.
She goes into it for all she's worth,
It ekes her gay and full of mirth.
nomu rum: M k -
School to Donna is quite a 'Payne,'
le give his this, upon his face to smear. Although from it a lot she's gained.
le hope this will be an important factor To her we give this little love book
In furthering his stage career.
Dorothy studies her Shorthand hard,
And seldom makes mistakes.
Undoubtedly she'll need this pair of
To give her eyes a break.
Bob, we know, is fond of drivln' x
To help her, a prince charming to hook
Dean with school was always bored:
So he sailed away in his little Ford.
specs To him we give this box of nails
1 To keep the teachers off his trails.
ONALEB ROBERTS '-
Onalee is a short girl
H15 bP0th'P'l 40' h9'l l1'HYl Pifkins But nevertheless she's full of pep.
This little car might help to liven
His precious aoaents of sparking.
Prank you know is a great athlete,
lxpects to have his name in fame.
This can of foot powder will aid his
At the end of a long and tiring game
6eorgia's always sondering why
She's gazed at all the while:
To her we give these vitamin pills
le hope they help to keep her 'hep.'
Duane Ruehle is his real name,
ABut the kids all call him 'Tub.n
feet We give him this little game
To play with while he's after a sub.
Don hates to get up in the morning,
To him we give this little clock.
But Ihih in thi! IIPPOP, she Galt! ln BYO, We hgpe it givgg him enough wgrningg
8he'll discover her appealing smile.
lhen Darrel gets to class, it seems
He doesn't remember a thing-
le nope this book of knowledge
lill keep him on the beams.
Jeanette lille is fond of a sailor:
So to her we give this Jar of cream,
And when sh! puts this on her face
Of him we know she will always dream.
Geraldine ls a flighty lass:
She loves to skip and Jump.
So he ll get to work without a dock.
LAVERN SMI TH
Lavern Smith is his name,
A quieter lad you'll never squeeze.
With gentle kindness he'll wln fame
By merely quoting this poem, 'Trees.'
Some people call him Calvin,
But to us he's just plain 'Red.'
To him we give this little ribbon
To fix his hair when he goes to bed.
Loy, you know, is not a bum,
But away from school he loves to run.
le. of this class, give you this glass le give to him this little ring:
In hopes that you will not grew plump. So he'll try to make the teachers sing
Loretta is a quiet meld
Into happiness we're sure she'll wade:
Bo to her we give this little knob.
le hope sne keeps lt on the por for
umm! zmuanou DUMY 1' Our'
In this game
Ruth ls really a smart llttle lass:
She studies hard and goes to class.
To Ruth we give this heart-shaped pin
Kay it help her Vern's love to win.
he has gone far.
Dan, we give you this yard stick
To measure how far the ball you can kick.
Parents, Friends, Teachers, and Classmates! As we are gathered here to-
night, it is hard to realize our high school days are over. It has been a short
four years in which we have worked and played together. le have achieved our
Parents and Prlends, we thank you for the help and encouragement that en-
abled us to attain this victory. We like to call it a victory but in reality it
is only a temporary achievement, for tomorrow commencement for us really begins.
le hope by our future accomplishments to prove we were worthy of the sacrifices
you have made that we might secure s high school education.
Teachers, we wish to express our appreciation for the assistance and sin-
cere efforts you have taken that we may be Walwsys prepared' to meet the pro-
blems of the future.
lu Jdlassmates, no doubt as we are gathered here tonight, we all have a feeling
of uncertainty. What does the future hold for us? Tomorrow we must make our
In bidding farewell, let us wish each other a lot of good luck and that we
may meet many times in the future.
IB SHALL REMEMBER
Ie Seniors of Fulton High School,
As our parting with you nears,
Peel the sorrow of our leaving:
And all the Joys of past years.
lhen school begins next autumn,
We will not be here to dim
All the splendor of you, schoolmates,
And bid you do our whim.
To do our best will be our goal,
And in the future we will try
To cherish all our learning,
Received et dear old Fulton High.
le will talk with smiles forever,
Of our pleasures and our praise,
For it is drawing near the finish
Of our'enjoyment of high school days.
le leave for you the pleasant message,
As have graduates before.
There'll be other senior classes,
But we'll be here no more.
In spirit we'l1 be with you,
And in our hearts without a sigh,
We will speak well of you all,
For fair Fulton, dear old high.
You are great pals of ours,
Prouder friends we never knew.
Schoolmates, you are really swell,
le have pride and confidence in you.
Sally Ann Bupp
Our class that once through halls,
Iith happy footsteps sped,
Now leaves this dear old school
To think of many things ahead.
This is true, we all do know,
But ln our hearts no envies lie
We seniors sill carry the banner
In memory of dear old Fulton High.
BASED!!! Hiualll 5228 Qhlll EQIBI
Rolla St. Johns Boys
Bobby Every place The girls
Slim Studying Getting to school
Sleepy Talking Margaret
Porky Writing lettersBert
Sally Talking Pete
Bashful Studying Her studies
Chubby Up town Julius
Cookie Pool room Gladys Johnson
Blondie Flirting Benny
Lill Carson Chum
Fritz Ag Room Being drafted
Good looking With Marian Steve
Bob With Patty Patty
Dunk Smoke house Red
Mike lith girls Eileen
Johnnie Skipping Loretta
Con At the show Getting into the Army
Lee At Fulton High The boys
Ace At Norm 's Norma
Jigga Going home Avoiding teachers
K. C. lorking J. J. Cook
Dot llth Onalee History
Bob Skipping Staying out all night
Subby Arguing Janice
Pudge Carson School
Pee-lee Gas station Virginia
Toots Ithaca Curley
Pinky Everywhere The army
Jeanie With John Bobs
Llzz St. Johns Phil
Lizzy Studying Getting 'A"s
Ann Studying Stub
Shorty Tattllng Eileen
Tubby Skipping His pipe
Lee Ithaca Mr. Dllts
Don llth Peggy Getting into the Army
Vern Carson Making a hit with B. Coonrod
Red Maple Rapids Kathryn Perrlns
Grub Station Norma Downing
loody Studying Vern Delott
Diz Gas station Graduating
lary Jane Hill, Joyce lcK1natry, Betty Hello, Janice Bolyard,
Patricia Pomeroy, Marnie Dye, Kathleen Hoffer, Kathleen Evitts,
Lidith McVeigh, Lena Zlttle.
Arlene Rozen, June Hoffer, Nelda Smith, Irene Svok, Ilah lee
liermsn, Shirley Stonemen, Peggy Hove, Virginia Allen, June
Cooper, Dorothy Norton. k
Mr. Dilte, Alethan Chaffln, lervin Hass, George Zsmsrron, Dean
Troop, Andrew Lee Townsend, Louise White, Fred Holler.
Betty Cook, Phyllis Garner, John Perritt, Clare Craig, Duane
Snider, Charles Boots, Nolan Erickson, George 'Junior Smith,
The Junior Claes began :ith an enrollment of thirty-eight students. At the
first class meeting the folloling officers lere elected! President, Peggy Howe:
Vice President, Deen Troop: Secretary, Uarjorie Dye: Treasurer, Lois lertin:
Class Advisor las Mies Bent.
During s deluge of rein, the class produced the three act comedy, 'Lindy
Lou' in the Fulton Gym on the evening of Nov. 20. The characters were Lindy Lou
played by Lena Zittle: Dick Barry, George 'Junior' Smith: The Duchess of London-
berry, Janice Bolyard: Big Boy Roberts, Andres Townsend: Patricia, Patty Pom-
eroy: Prunella, lerjorie Dye: Petey, Peggy Hose: Blackstone, Fred Noller: Ethel-
burt, Alethen Chaffin: Uncle T. Timothy Tweedsome, Dean
te, Virginia Allen. Despite the inclement weather, the
Troop: Dolores del lon-
play was lall attended.
lr. Dilts became 'class
At the beginning of the girls' basketball s ason,
advisor. The second semester John Perritt was elected
remained Vice President: June Cooper became Secretary and George Smith, Treasur-
er. The Seniors end faculty nere the guests of the class at a Prom, 'Tropical
Hag1c,' on May 7. During the year three students, Norma Ayers, Donald loore,
and Lois lertin left.
President. Dean Troop
Marvin English, Kendall Foster, Lyle Helms, Theron Richards, larren
Guernsey, Phyllis Duflo, Betty Jean Keller, Margaret Ries, Dolores
Rasmussen, Mary Hnetynka, Jean Miller.
Eileen Anderson, Mary Rasmussen, Helen Alice Garner, Joyce Terry,
Marietta Dean, Toni Amaya, Joe Scribe, Robert Hoffer, Loren Baxter,
Keith Martyn, Desmond Vining.
Mr. Arvllle, Marlin Town, Leonard Sattler, Charles Rule, Elmo Umstattd
Trudy Randall, Blanche Marecek, Evelyn Struble, Elizabeth Coonrod,
Joyce Coleman, Plossie Elliott.
Daniel Lepley, Arthur Plott, Prank Chovance, Ois Browne, Jr.3 layne
Randall, LeRoy llerman, Gains Lepley, Lyle lineland.
Norma Downing, Doloris Litwiller, Betty Graham, Melba Martyn, Berneda
Roberts Harold Hoffer Roy Knight.
lhen school started in the fall of '42, our class consisted of 51 pupils.
At our class election, we chose Mr. Arvllla as our class advisor. The officers
elected were Joyce Terry, President: Norma Downing, Vice President: Lodell Sher-
wood, Treasurer: and Max Spears, Secretary. During the year Lodell Sherwood and
Max Spears left. Eileen Anderson and Yhyllis Duflo were chosen to fill the va-
cancies of Treasurer and Secretary respectively.
Others who left were James Sarven, Joyce Coleman, Lawrence Peterman, Neil
loodbury, and Pauline Struble. Desmond Vining was our only new student.
The first activity was the initiation of the Freshman, which was a real
success. Our second event was a roller skating party at Crystal Lake. In the
second semester ge wen? to the show at Carson City and afterwards enjoyed a mid-
n gh supper at oyce erry s home. --Do oris Litwlller '
Top Row: Glenila Hole, Virginia Hcwilliams, Dorothy Lepley, Artie
Topper, Joseph Helmo, Jeanette Long, Harlan Cushman, Donald
Martin, Gladys Johnson, lary Price, Evelyn Cook, Ronald
Schafer 0 '
Second! Joyce Craig, Roberta Hoffer, Nellie Valance, Colleen Glazler,
Leore Town, Greta Chaffln, Hilda Johnson, Ruth Robinson,
Betty Mills, James Boots, Richard Stoneman.
Third! Richard Troub, Stuart Snider, lartin Wlerman, Frank Delott,
Phillip Sealey, layne Zittle, Ted loods, Wayne Smith, Bonne
Lee Troub, Iris Blair, I. A. Lindeman
Front: Thom s Zamarron, Wendell Somers, lerlyn Sherwood, Ralph
Overla, Lynn Zoss, lilliam McK1nstry, Ruth Baker, Dolores.
Barnes, Margaret Noller, Dee Cooper.
In September, 1942, fifty-eight students enrolled in the Freshmen Class of
Fulton Junior High School at-Middleton.
After several days of getting acquainted, our first class meeting was held
and the following officers were elected: President, Colleen Glazierg Vice Pres-
ident, Richard Troub: Secretary, Evelyn Cook: Treasurer, Virginia lclilllamsg
Class Advisor, Mr. Lindeman.
During the year several of our pupils left us but also a few students came
here from other schools. Nou at the and of our Freshmen year IB have an enroll-
ment of forty-four pupils.
In October I8 had a roller skating party at Crystal, later in the school
year our class attended a movie at Carson City. On Peb. 14 we celebrated Valen-
t1ne's Day by having e party at the gym. We enjoyed another-roller skating par-
ty on April 20.
Joyce Terry, Peggy Hole, Virginia Allen, Marnie Dye
Top Roli C. H. Bacon, Glen Corson, Harley Counsellor.
Front! Peul Curtis, laxiell J. Paine, Joe Arvilla, Ernea' Qfown
Absent: Arthur Brown, Elmer R. Town, Earnie Iilts.
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ffl nder ga? fer! M
Top Row Jacky Saurbeky Glena Downing, Penny Zyzeleeaki, LaVonne 2
Thornton, Florence Duflo, Lorraine Divlah, Logie Ann Kapuetka,
Jimmy Craig, Kenneth "lk1rson, Betty Baylie.
Middle: Glenn Drake, Marvin Cumbereorth, Fern Mille, Lorraine Kapuetka,
Virginia Snyder, Rosemary Sattler, Eileen Henney, Robert
Williams, Mies leaver.
Front: Garmelita Antee, Margaret Gugin, Margaret Grubaugh, Larry '
Schafer, Gary Luck, Gary Gallagher, Donald Gaeaar, !aye Rule,
Jay C. lierman.
Abeenti' Betty Lou Teacheorth, Margaret Grubaugh, Diane Bennett,
Wilma Jeanne loodford. CP1cture on anepahot page.J
Top Roe: Joyce Caesar, Kathleen Tracy, Marilyn lineor, Darlene Rule,
Wesley Henney, Dolly Miller, Pauline Sheridan, Kay Ann Baker,
Jimmy Johnson, Tommy Beard, Mrs. Huffman.
Middle: Billy Pendell, Glen Milla, Michiel Skriba, Johnny Roeencrane,
Gloria Lucae, Max Poland, Rex Poland, LeRoy Allen.
Front: Tommy Trefil, Jimmy lager, loodburn Vining, Richard Biddinger,
Leonard Barnee, Mary Lou Feighner, Shirley Baker, Lyle
Neeton, Gary Salisbury, J1mnyeSkr1ba, Maynard Schneider. -
Absent! Duane Harlow, Mary Lou Redman, Irene Bollinger, Marilyn
Irwin, David Cramer
Top Roe: Ruth Avery, Ronald Gallagher, Glendale Ilnaor, Plorence
lood, Jo Ann Teaohworth, Thomas Chapke, Nancy Saurbek, Clark
Struble, Lorraine Raemueaen, Joyce Isham, Duane Martin
Middle: Shirley Cumberlorth, Wayne Henney, Harold Sonora, Richard
Johnson, Jeanette Horton, Joyce Ballinger, Gene Hinton,
Irene Gonzalez, Melvin Traly, Glenna Belle Riggle, Richard
Prontl lilbur Palmer, Boaa Lee Felghner, film Root, Merriel
Smith, Jr.: Nolan Petere, C ara Lee Finch, Gene Downing, Marlene
Szymanekl, Roger Rlggle, Dorothy Croad, Jackie Vining,
Absent: Bonnie Payne, Betty Lou Burgeaa
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Mary Zelineki, Jimmie Svok, Don Dee Andrela, Carroll Snyder,
Bddie Vining, Hubert Chaffin, Donna Vining, Elma Dietrich,
Amelia Uribe, Vivien Root, Otto Peterman.
Bonnie lager, Robert Lee larecek, D an Henney, larva Cole,
Grace Struble, Gordon lille, Robert Allen, John Garner,
Johnny lcN1nch, lies Lane.
Phyllis Johnson, Edna Zittle, Verna Hunted, Ina Drake,
Frederick Barnes, Lawrence Duflo, Ruth Noller, Lillian
Couneeller, Rhea Antea.
Arlene Thornton, Dale loree, Carol Cramer.
Elizabeth Hoffer, Gertrude Trefil, Billy Lee Seurbek,
Jack Downing, Henry Holler, Harold Hinton, Leslie Smith,
Gerald Dietrich, Paul Noller.
lies Delgoetino, Sally Hnetynka, Gertrude Teechlortb,
Norma Jean Kerkea, Frances Howe, Joan Schneider, Richard
Hiller, Carl Snyder, Richard Kileen.
Gaylord Craig, Corvin Town, lilliam Killer, Jr: Lloyd Baylla,
Duane lineor, Ruth Sattler, Marguerite Baker, Joanne Troub,
Joan Grubaugh, Neil Kerkea.
Bernita Antee, larilyn Bollinger.
Geraldine linaor, Jack Croad,'Lia1 Knight, Jack Cairl,
Norm Ceeaar, lreatha Chaffin, Albert Dietrich, Harry
Ire. Sheridan, Albert Hunted, Margaret Drake, Jean Baker,
Prancee Tuyle, lalter Holler, Robert Gribben, Adona Baker.
Verna Duflo, Bernard lille, Karl Feighner, James Martin,
Gerald Cutter, Iilma Burgeee, Sally Saurbek, George Tracy.
Gary Glazier, Perry Claeya, John Snider, Twile Moon, landa
Dickinson, Bonne Rae Peighner, Donna Tracy, James Baker,
Jack Craig, Joan Rasmussen, June Trefil, Leona Peterman,
Minor Vining, Ramon Gonzalez, Dick Perfitt, Stanley Dlvieh,
John Ida Melton, Lewis Hoffer.
Mrs. Lemble, Ruthie Johnson, Charlene Croed, Joyce Hinton
Joanne Counsellor, lillard Petermen, Alice loud, Philip Mull.
Dale Antes, Dean Avery, Charles Zelinaki, Phyllis Price,
Jo Ann Corson, Eunice Vining, Garold Browne, Virginia Long.
Baan Penne, Raymond Reynolda
Richard Merchant, Ray Peterman, Theresa Zellnskl, Dorothy
Barnes, Gertrude June DeMott, Mary Chovance, Dick Dodge.
Keith Sattler, Eugene Croed, Jack Taylor, Gene Craig,
Kathryn Hose, Pauline Svok, Edward Taylor, Mies Mills.
Rex Edlarda, Ronald Richards, Robert Dietrich, Gale lood,
Billy Hutra, Dale Hardman, Martyn Harlow, lajel Duflo.
Billy Neville, lilllem Halmo, Curtes Antec. V
Emogene lierman, Thelma Brown, Margie Edwards, Lois DuBois,
Charlotte Perfltt, Josephine Hutre, Mildred Hutre, lands
Marilyn Davie, Lucille Struble, Dorothy Baxter, Illbert
Graham, Ray Mclilllams, Darwin Duflo, Robert Lltwlller, Helen
Hoffer, Marian Miller. Q
Richard Garner, Marvin Drake, Gertrude Moller, Edward Dlvish,
Harry Babcock, Jack Pomeroy, Maynard Cole, Hazel Mull,
I. A. Lindeman. A
Junior Smalley, Eddie Sadlllk, Joseph Trefil, Paul Surdenik,
J. C. Relnamith, Jack Baylls, John Elliot, Gerald Musser.
Madeleine Allen, Pianist 6. The 154195 pggk
The what T. Clasefup of a sails
Two charming lassisa.
Kina faaver, Direater
Madeggina Aiken Q Q
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Taking a vacation from rehearsals
Top Roll Lavern Smith, Gene Denney, Jack Domke, Lester Evltts, Daniel
Lepley, Charles Boots, Jerry Grigar.
Second: Cloyce Kochensperger, Richard Troub, Dee Cooper, Tom Zamarron,
Merlin Sherwood, sane Burnham, Donald Schafer.
Third: Mr. Arvilla, Robert Baxter, George Zamarron, Robert Grubaugh,
Danny Zamarron, Galvin Space, John Parfitt.
Front! Andrew Lee Tonnsend, Frank Marecek, John First, Loy Whitney,
LeRoy lierman, Gains Lepley.
le started the season with a bang--all through practice we looked like the
new conference champs. But as the season progressed we weren't so sure--in our
first conference game with Elsie, we were tied when the final gun banged. Even
more confident after this, we went into the game with Durand, and due to in-
juries to many of our players in a previous practice game with Ithaca High,
which we won, we lost by the score of 13-O.
The conference season finally wound up with our te m having won one, tied
two, and lost one game. We also played four non-conference games, winning one
and losing three.
Sept. 18 Carson City Here 0 V
Oct. 2 Elsie There O O
9 Durand There O 13
16 Perry Here 13 6
21 Bdmore Here O 21
30 Portland There 6 19
Nov. 6 Corunna Here O 0
ll Stanton Here gi -1
Totals 45 73
7-I 'uf Tearrf Ea Jfefbaff in
Top Row! Robert 'Lol11Eopn Dodge, LaVern 'Zekeu Smith, Robert 'Spidern
Baxter, Gene Ishklhibble' Denney, Ervin 'londerboy' Cook, 'J
lg J, 'Doon Paine.
Front: Danny 'Lum' Zamarron, John 'Tub' Parfitt, Frank 'Submarine' f
Marecek, Andrew Lee 'Sleeping Beauty' Townsend, Lyle 'lagpleff'
lineland. . iii V
The opening of the basketball practice season found e large number off an-
dldates out for the team, but missing were the 1942 coach, Lloyd Eberly, andftwo
very fine players, 'B11ln Kennett and alike' Cole. Among the returning le er
winners were Johnnie Parfitt, Gene Denney,'LaVern Smith, Bob Baxter, Dan Za -5
ron, and Andrew Townsend. With these boys as the experienced material and wlthx
the lesser experienced Frank larecpk, Ervin Cook, and Lyle lineland, Coach Paine
set about building e ball club which would continue to hold high the Pirate bas-
The team developed slowly as the change of style of play was not accom-
plished quickly. However, by mideeason the team began to round into fine shape
with Bob Baxter and Johnnie Parfltt stationed at the forward positions. Lyle
Vineland, a sophomore, capably played the center position, while Gene Denneyend
Frank Marecek rounded out the quintet at the guard positions.
tournament play out for the duration,
City team in the Area Tournamentiat St
Dec. 4 Breckenridge There 28h 31
ll Ovid There 47 32
18 Alma Here 17 38
Jan. B Ashley There 32 21
12 St. Johns There 26 34
29 Ashley Here 45 7
Feb. 2 Carson City Here 35 30
12 Maple Rapids There 34 19
The season was successful from the point of view of games won! 10 won, 5
lost. After winning the Western Division Championship, the Pirates lost the
Conference Championship to the undefeated Perry team 40-38. With the usual
the Pirates easily defeated the Carson
. Johns to take the Class C honors.
Maple Rapids There 89
Carson C.at 8t.Johns32 26
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Qizfa fasletbaff ' -
V Top Ros! Toni Amaya, Helen Alice Garner, Mary Rasmussen, Dolores
Rasmussen, Norma Downing, Doloris Litwlller.
Second! Miss Bent, Phyllis Duflo, Virginia Allen, Irene Svok, Janice
Bolyard, Patricia Pomeroy, Lillian Dietrich.
Front: Blanche Marecek, Trudy Randall, Bessie Parfitt, Georgia
Marecek, Helen Baker.
It was our pleasure for the first time to play the Crystal girls in two ex-
citing gases. The first game was played at Crystal and the second at the Fulton
Gym. Due to the transportation shortage, Elsie and Carson City dropped out of
our schedule and their places were filled by playing three games with Maple Rap-
ids. le were glad to have Ashley on our schedule again this year.
In six years of Fulton-Ovld competition on their floor, the 1943 girls'
t em won Pu1ton's first victory, 26-19. As if being inspired with this fine be-
ginning, they lon all eight scheduled games.
le sound up the season as guests of Lillian Dietrich and Bessie Parfltt on
Monday night, March 8. We were served, a chili con carne supper at 6 o'clock.
After presentation of the letters by the coach, Miss Claire Bent, the party fin-
ished at the theater in Carson City.
After the lest scrimmage of the season Wednesday, March 10, the second team
girls sere the guests of the first team at a surprise potluck served in the haue-
Fulton A Fulton
Dee. 11 Ovid There 26 19 Feb. 2 Crystal Here 23 ll
Jen. 8 Ashley There 22 ll 12 Maple Rapids There 26 ll
15 Crystal There 18 10 19 Maple Rapids Here 28 15
2 29 Ashley Here 21 8 Mar. 2 Maple Rapids There 25 lg
Tctals 194 97
, --Georgia Marecek
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FUTURE HOHEIAKERS OF AMERICA
Berneda Roberts Betty Cook, Kathleen Evitts, Joyce Terry,
Marietta Dean, Nelda Smith, Toni Amaya, Phyllis Duflo.
Second: Phyllis Garner, Evelyn Baylia, Ellen Coakley, Margaret
Delott, Marian Coakley, Dolores Rasmussen, Lena Zittle,
Third: Kathleen Hoffer, Margaret Ries, Joyce Coleman, Floesie Elliott
Elizabeth Coonrod, Joyce Burnham, Louise Vhite, Miss Warren.
Front: Helen Divish, Jean Miller, Mary Hnetynka, Helen Alice Garner,
Eileen Anderson, Mary Rasmussen, Betty Jean Keller.
At the beginning of the last semester a Future Homemakers Club was started
llth twenty-seven members and with Miss Warren as its leader. Our first meeting
was held on January 26, 1943. We elected the following officers! President,
Kathleen Bvittsj Vice President, Joyce Terry: Secretary, Nelda Smith: Treasurer,
Phyllis Garner: Ness Reporter, Kathleen Hoffer. One of the biggest events of
the year was the party, lhich les given for the P. P. A. boys. le also sponsor-
ed a silk and nylon drive which las very successful. This is the first club of
its kind to be started in our school and I8 hope to continue it next year. At
the Sophomore assembly program on April 21, the P. H. A. were proud to present
the school with a service flag and honor roll on which fifty-two stars represent
the fifty-two Fulton boys in the armed service.
Top Row: Trudy Randall, lery Rasmussen, Georgia Herecek, Calvin Space,
Second: lsrnie Dye, Kathleen Evitts, Loretta Hclilllems, Janice
Bolyerd, largeret Delott, Lillian Dietrich.
Thlrdl George 'Jun1orWfSm1th, Phyllis Garner, Virginia Allen, Peggy
Howe, Deen Troop, Hr. Woodford. '
Front! Prank Uerecek, Andrew Lee Townsend, Robert Dodge, Joyce
Burnham, Louise Ihite.
At the beginning of the second semester of 1943, we found twenty-one people
who were willing to cooperate to make the Journalism class a success. Under the
supervision of Mr. Woodfogg the staff was organized and turned out one hundred-
sixty copies each issue.
The staff would like to thank Mrs. Wyatt, Hr. Dllts, and Ardys Follett for
their helpfulness es proof readers, also the merchants for their advertisements
which helped finance the Fulton nSpotl1ght.'
Top Row: Arlene Rozen, Shirley Stonemsn, Betty Halmo, Joyce Terry,
Lena Zittle, Phyllis Garner.
Second: Miss leaver, Helen Divish, Joyce Burnham, Joyce Coleman, Mary
Rasmussen, Helen Alice Garner.
Front: Margaret DeMott, Ellen Coekley, Marietta Deen, Marian Coekley,
The G1rls'Glee Club, under the direction of Mies Marjorie leever, met
every Monday and Wednesday from l!45 until 2230.
The following boys Joined the Glee Club for the second semester! Rob-
ert Grubaugh, Elmo Umstattd, Andy Townsend, Duane Snider, Bob Baxter, Dean Troog
Marlin Town, Leonard Settler, Loy Whitney, Daniel Lepley, Ois Browne, Jr.: Jeane
Burnham, Charles Rule, Geius Lepley, Marvin English, Calvin Space, Clare Craig,
Danny Zamarron, Desmond Vining.
They presented Whats Off' April 9, a patriotic Operetta right off the
press. what could have been more timely than a musicals based on the history of
our Navy, patriotic, authentic, and historical--yet full of spirited humor and
fun! The principal parts were taken by Andrew Townsend as John Paul Jones: Lil-
lian Dietrich, Bob Grubaugh, Dean Troop, Leonard Sattler, Joyce Burnham, Duane
Snider, Margaret DeMott, Elmo Umstattd, and Bob Baxter. They were fortunate in
having Madeleine Allen as accompanist for the Operetta and at several assembly
We givf fcouts
Top Ros: lreatha Chaffin, Kathryn Hose, Greta Chaffin, lary Chovance
Adonne Baker, Jo Ann Corson.
Second: lisa lille, Lois DuBois, Charlotte Parfltt, Joyce Hinton,
Mildred Hutra, Theresa Zelinski, Mrs. Huffman.
Front: lilna Burgess, Frances Hose, Marguerite Baker, Jean Baker,
Lucille Struble, Frances Ann Tuyle
The Girl Scouts began their program early last fell with a box social along
llth the presentation of e play entitled 'Girl Shout Week.' Along about Hallo!-
e'en time the sale of taffy apples at a dance staged by the girls proved another
luccesc. During the week of Christmas the older glrlc had a party at the Par-
fitt home: while the younger girls celebrated et Coreon's. After the party the
scouts lent a-caroling and filled the air with nye olde Christmas sp1rit.' This
spring the high light turned out to be e "Bunce Perty.'Y
The out door spirit brought forth knapsacks and hiking shoes. The last
spree I 8 s bicycle Jaunt to Sher1dan's Grove for a Saturday picnic in collabo-
ration with the Boy Scouts.
llny of the girls have added badges and merits for achievement during the
year. The sale of cadet cards, candy, and cookies kept the treasury fund high
enough for the purchase of more equipment for next year s activities.
FUTURE FARMERS OP AMERICA
Top Ros: Duane Ruehle, Charles Rule, Marvin English, Nolan Erickson,
Jeane Burnham, Alethan Chaffln, Robert Grubaugh, Dean Troop.
Second: Daniel Lepley, Cloyce Kochensparger, Marvin Haas, Jack Domke,
Lester Bvitts, Blmo Umstattd, Leonard Settler.
Third: lr. Cook, Duane Snider, Clare Craig, Charles Boots, Jerry
Grigar, LaVern Smith, Ervin Cook.
Front: Loy lhitney, Earnest Huss, LeRoy lierman, Fred Noller, Gaiua
Lepley, Arthur Plott.
The Vocational Agricultural Department of Fulton Township Schools has had
various experiences during the past year.
The Future Farmers organized school help to aid in the harvesting of sugar
beets and other crops. They also helped in establishing six War Production
Classes and one Adult Class to increase food production.
We were invited to a very interesting party given by the Future Homemakers
of America at uhich games and dances were enjoyed.
Since the Future Farmer's National Convention at Kansas City was cancelled
in the fall of 1942, Calvin Space who was fourth highest in the state in the
Dairy Products Judging Contest at Michigan State College ln Apr1l,l942, received
an engraved plaque from the State in recognition of the fact.
feconl Team ffaafeflaff
Robert Dodge, lanagerg Alethan Chaffin, Cloyce Kochensparger,
George nJun1or' Smith, Lyle Helms, Lester Evitts, lr. Paine.
Clare Craig, George Zemarron, Arthur Plott, Robert Grubaugh,
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Dorothy Barnes, lands Feighner, June Delott, lary Chovance,
Hazel lull, Helen Hoffer, Lois DuBois, Charlotte Parfitt,
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Brown, largie Edwards, Gertrude Noller.
Mildred Hutra, Bonnie Troub, Josephine Hutra, Joyce Craig,
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Gerald lusser, Edward Divieh, J, C. Reinsmith, Ray Peterman,
Robert Dietrich, Dale Hardman, Billie Hutra, Keith Sattler,
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Artie Topper, Jeanette Long, Marian Cushman, Gladys Johnson,
Mary Price, Evelyn Cook, Joyce Craig, Roberta Hoffer.
Ruth Baker, Margaret Noller, Bonne Lee Troub, Glenlla HOIQ,
Virginia McWilliams, Dorothea Lepley, Miss Warren.
Nellie Vellence, Colleen Glezler, Leora Toln, Greta Cheffln,
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