Fulton High School - Talespin Yearbook (Middleton, MI)

 - Class of 1946

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Y'Vx"'fm'V-Vg V1-5 f-, + Q 1 V ', ' 5 'EQ " , '- X. V ' P, ,L ' 'f zf' - .Ji 5' aw' ,, V542-gi., VV, ZF, TTTZF' 1"Q:,.'- 'F -' "ak '71 1 "1 - - V , ,. . V --V-V V V VV V -A V --an .A-,.,2 V-,,V ,, -- ,. V-+ H V - '- 'V VV-.. x , 1 L .fx Vt V .,- gb. -ff ' " 1:5, 'Vrf,vVV V 4-ss:-:M af 'iff 'S' " ' ' ' THE Q T LE Pl 0F FULNN HIGII swoon Prepared and Ed d by 1 THE SENIIIR GLASS W of 1946 P rrinton and Middlet MICHIGAN VOLUME XI 1 my J, 0 1 .sg . .3 X A-' . 11 I N, . , W E' 1 ' . I ' ' A 1 I ' 'fr 'fsf14',.x ' 1' Q- UEUIEHIIUH We, the Senior Class of 1946, dedicate this eleventh volume of the Talespin to you, Mr. Paine, our principal, you who guided us toward higher ideals of achievement, have so faith- fully stood by us in any worthy task We have undertaken, and have spared no effort to make' every activity of the school suc- cessful. For your tireless efforts, your sympathetic understanding, and kind and ever ready en- couragement,lwe will never for- get you. WTF' 5 1 my I 4 '42- I E1 STANDING: Audrey Vaughn, Kathryn Shuttleworth, Hilda Johnson. SITTING: Bonna Lee Troub, Carolyn Lowrey, Richard Stoneman, Evelyn Cook, Mrs. Magee. nnnunlsinw c Editor ........................ ....... Co lleen Glazier Associate Editor ........ .............. B onna Lee Troub Pictures .................. ......................... K athryn Shuttleworth Advertising ....... ......... A udrey Vaughn, Hilda Iohnson Write-up ...................... ........................,,. R ichard Stoneman Business Manager ...... ............. E velyn Cook Stenographer ............. .....,... I oyce Craig 4' A ,. ffelf. .D A - .i HJEUHH AV,, if W ,, ylu. . , , .mX, Aiy, Q, ,, .. - ,.Lk sf? fs 13341, 44 I -,A.- , 1 - A i ,,,. gig. - K YYMA?CVlfEl-L I- PUNE MARION I.. WOODFORD LUCINDA RESSEGUIE PUUCIPUI 5' Coach Superintendent Ir. High Principal A i . 'N 13 4. . i 31 K 'V ,, - ,..- n nn 5 C S re? E ss r 31- r if 4 'Rs 3 N tr QQ vt gg ,leg 5 wjiiw t , r ,M ,g 5 Q if Q. Q2 Ei .4 x wg W ww is e L X' . 95?-. ' HATTIE WYAT1' E. LYLE MAGEE PAUL P. ANDREWS ESTHER LANPHERE ' Homemak' English 6 Latin Commercial Sh'-'JP mf! - Ze . V -'4' L,w-f 4 'Q STM 3 aa 5 5lif?Ef'?wHf'- K BETH BECKER I. I. COOK NORMA GARTHE BUTPFCHURCH English Vocational Agriculture Band Seventh Grade Q WINNIFRED WILLIAMS EDYTHE SHERIDAN AIJCE I.. KILEAN PEARL M- DENNEY I ' Fourth Grade Tllifd GY'-'ide Sixth Grade Fifth Grade I l l UNA simmer . Loman KLLEN canon Lowa:-:Y I-AURA BI-EM Second Grade 2 First Grade Kindergarten Secretary 1 r- i'h""V Y f N Z Z SCHUUL EHLHIUHH ld SEPTEMBER 4 School began 21 Football opened Portland-here 28 Senior pictures 28 Breckenridge-here 28 Initiation OCTOBER 5 Shepherd-there 12 Ca.son City-there 17 St. Louis-there 24 Ithaca-here. 25-26 Teachers Institute NOVEMBER ' 2 Iuniors received their rings 2 St. Charles-here 9 School fair 17 Nellie Vallance was married 21 Thankgiving vacation 30 Iunior Play DECEMBER 4 Basketball opened 4 Maple Rapids-here 7 Ithaca-here 7 Crystal Kgirlsl-there 14 St. Charles-there 18 Senior Class Party , 20 Grade School Operetta F 21 Christmas Vacation 21 Breckenridge-here IANUARY 4 Alma-there 8 Crystal lgirlsl--here l 1 Shepherd-here 12 Louise Domke was married I5 Merrill lqirlsl-here 17 Group pictures 18 St. Louis-there 23 Carson City-there 25 Ithaca-there X -P a FEBRUARY 1 St. Charles-here 4 Freshman party 6 Teachers Institute S Breckenridge-there 8 Roberta I-Ioffer was married 12 Carson City-here 15 Shepherd-there 19 Maple Rapids-there 19 Maple Rapids lgirlsl-there 22 St. Louis-here 22-23 Sectional Farm Shop Meeting 27 Merrill fgirlsl-there. MARCH 4 Parliamentary Practice Meet 7-8 District toumamsnts at St. Iohns ll Assembly 14 FFA and FHA Party 20 Hard Times Dance 28 Assembly APRIL 8 ASS6mBly 18 Assembly 19 I-Hop 22 Band Concert 30 Senior play MAY 6 Assembly 9 Senior examinations 10 Banquet 12 Baccalaureate 15 Graduation 17 Last clay ol school IUNE 15 Five FFA Boys having highest points win a trip to North Port SHIIHRE "-""-" CAROLYN LOWREY WENDELL SOMERS "Her heart is like the moon-there's "TUk9 fhinqs SUSY' WOUY no' and Q man in ig," happiness will be your lot." Basketball '43, '44, '45, '46 Football '44, '45, '46 Baseball 43, '44, '45, '46 President '44, '45, '46 "Aunt Tillie Goes to Town" '44 F.F.A. '44, '45, 46 Gym '43 "Hot Chocolate" '46 PllE5IHHll'5 HUUHEE5 Parents, Teachers, and Friends: 1 Glee Club '44 "Words and Music" '44 "Aunt Tillie Goes to Town" '44 Basketball '46 Gym '44, '46 Talespin '46 "Hot Chocolate" '46 Again we have' reached the close of the szhool year. To us as seniors it is the close of a joyous and profitable four years of high school. I am sure all of us will long hold fond memories of the joys as well as disappointments we have shared together. The Senior class of 1946 wishes to express their gratitude in their most appreciative manner to you our parents, teachers, and friends, for the many services rendered us. In preparing us to take our station in life, you have devoted your time and patience to us will- ingly at all times. Your presence here tonight is an inspiration for us to do our best at all times. Surely with these thoughts in mind we shall not fail. rv . A -Wendell Somers CLASS MOTTO: "With the ropes ot the past we will ring the bells of the future." CLASS COLOR: Blue and White , CLASS FLOWERS: Carnations and Sweet Peas. i 1 EHIIUHE HIIUH5 H BAKER She likes them short, ihe likes them tall. fou know and I know, She likes them all," i '43, '44, '46 a Club '43, '44, '45, '46 netball '46 nt Tillie Goes to Town" '44 irds and Music" '44 light '46 urian '46 ORES BARNES 'retty to walk with, Nitty to talk with, Rnd pleasant, too, To think upon." 3 ciub '45 1 '43 A. '43, '44 tlight '46 arian '46 t Chocolate" '46 IEHTA BARN!-!U.I. Quiet people are welcome everywhere." n '43, '44 a Club '44, '45, '46 :fda and Music" '44 rotary '45 tlight '46 .A. '43, '44, '46 'arian '46 I BLAIR But little noise is made by those who do much." night '46 n '43 rarlan '43, '45 - SEHIUHS KENNETH BBAMAN "When I become a man. l'll put away childish things." Carson City High School '43, '44 Crystal High School '45 F.F.A. '46 Glee Club '46 IAMES BOOTS- "Make much oi me, girls. Good men are scarce."' Gym '43 X F.F.A. '44, '45, '46 "Words and Music" '44 Secretary '44 Baseball '44, '45, '46 GRETA CHAI-'I-'IN "Always jolly. always kind, She's the girl we like to find." Gym '43, '44 Band '43, '45, '46 F.H.A. '46' Librarian '46 Glee Club '43 I EVELYN COO! "H-er manners qentle, voice ist sweet, a tiner'girl, you'll never meet." Gym.'43, '44 Band '43 Glee Club '44, '46, "Words and4Mvuic" '44 Treasurer '45 X Secretary '43 ' "Hot Chocolate" '46' 4 .14 "Aunt Tillie Goes to Town" SEHIUHS DEE COOPER "Man has his will. but woman has her way." Football '43, '44, '45, '46 Basketball '43, '44, '45 Gym '43 Baseball '43, '44, '45, '46 F.F.A. '44 "Words and Music" '44 IOYCE CRAIG "Everything tickles me." Gym '43, '44 Glee Club '43, '44 Safety Patrol '45 "Words and Music" '44 F.H.A. '43 Spotlight '46 Cheerleader '45, '46 Talespin '46 ' FRANK DeMO'I'T "Just give me a listener, and l'll do the talking." Gym '43 Football '45, '46 Baseball '45, '46 Glee Club '46 "Aunt Tillie Goes to Town" '44 NELLIE DICKINSON "Typing is her avocation, Housekeeping her vocation." Gym '43 Glee Club '45 F.HiA.. '46 Spotlight '46 '44 We I u- ' Q .Ax A SEHIUH! COLLEEN GLAZIER "I laugh and laugh. but I don't know why. Gym '43, '44 Glee Club '44 "Words and Music" '44 "Aunt Tillie Goes to Town" President '43 Vice President '46 Talespin '46 Spotlight '46 "Hot Chocolate" "46 LOUISE I-IRAS "A gleam ot merry misc glints within her eyes. Gym '43, '44 F.H.A. '43, '44 Spotlight '46 Librarian '46 JOSEPH HALMO "A quiet youth at times nuskefbqu '43, '44, '45, '4f Baseball '43, '44, '45, '45 Football '44, 45. '45 , GLENILA HOWE "Rare mixture ol oddity frolic, and lun." Gym '43, '44, '46 Basketball '46 Glee Club '43, '44, '46 "Aunt Tillie Goes to Town" 'EHIUHS ,DA YOHNSON 'An innocent face- but you never can tell." se Club '43 m '43, '44 unt Tillie Goes to Town" '44 ..A,. 46 ld '43, '44, '45, '46 espin '46 'e President '44 rarian '46 at Chocolate" '46 RA KOZENY A lass of quaint quiet ways." In '43, '44 .A. '46 'x R011-IEA LEPLEY and She has a patent on a giggle all her own." rn' '43, '44 RY PRICE Earnest in work, to all." ' n '43 .A. '44 vt Chocolate" '46 friendly .. -- , SEHIUHS LOUISE REEVES "I'm ready to settle down." Glee Club '43, '44, '45, '46 "Words and Music" '44 F.I-LA. '44, '46 Spotlight '46 Librarian '46 mm-r nonrsow 5 "Always the same. never different: a friend to ' -'L everyone. enemy to nent" "1 Gym '43, '44 Glee Club '44, '45 . -rj 4 "Words and Music" '44 f ' F.H.A. '46 f . , RONALD I. SCHHFER ' 1 , "There ls mischief in the ,' n X man." Gym '43 Football '43, '46 F.F.A. '46 Basketball Manager '46 'c '. 4 il PHILLIP SEELEY '- . gulf "Li1e is short but sweet, but " oh. the girls are sweeter." Band '43, '44, '45, '46 Glee Club '46 I".F.A. '44, '45, '46 "Words and Music" '44 . Bdsketball '46 M - Gym '43 , Track '45, '46 ', . ,QI "Hot Chocolate" '46 ' "' SEHIUHS KATHRYN SHUTTLEWORTH "She has a mind oi her own and a voice to express it." Northwestem High School, Detroit 3 Cheerleader '46 Gym '46 Basketball '46 Spotlight '46 Talespin '46 "Hot Chocolate" '46 WAYNE SMITH "Sometimes quiet, sometimes shy: but the rest of the time-oh my!" Gym '43 Basketball '44, '45, '46 Baseball '43, '45, '46 FLA. '46 STUART SNIDER "Worry and I have never met," Gym '43 Football '44, '45, '46 Basketball '43, '44, '45, '46 Baseball '43, '44, '45, '46 "Words and Music" '44 l".F.A. '45, '46 RICHARD STONEMAN "He is a hunter: woman is his game." F.F.A. '44, '45, '46 Football '45, '46 - Baseball '45, '46 Treasurer '44, '46 Gym '43 Talespin '46 "Hot Chocolate" '46 L EEHIUHS BONNA LEE 'IHOUB "She loves one: she'll love no more." Gym '43, '44 Glee Club '43, '44, '45, '46 "Words and Music" '44 Vice President '45 1 F.l-LA. '44 Band '45 Talespin '46 RICHARD TROUB "The combined qualities of a man and an athlete." Football '43, '44, '46 Basketball '43, '44, '45, '46 Baseball '43, '44, '45, '46 Gym '43 "Words and Music" '44 Vice President '43 AUDREY VAUGHN "The boys. they never worry me." DeWitt High School 2 Secretary '46 Tal-espin '46 Librarian '46 TUNE WRIGHT "Full of lun and mischief too. doing things she shouldn't do." Band '43, '44, '45, '46 Gym '43, '44, '46 Basketball '44, '46 I".H.A. '46 "Aunt Tillie Goes to Town" '44 Glee Club '43 Librarian '45 Safety Patrol '45, '46 "Hot Chocolate" '46 'HIUH5 """" " DMAS ZAMARRON It is not good that man should be alone." ' .tball '43, '44, '45, '46 ketball '43, '44, '45 eball '44, '45, '46 mt Tillie Goes to Town" '44 ords and Music" '44 A. '44, '45, '46 n '43 SUIIUHE WAYNE ZITTEL "Quiet and studious, yet always ready for fun." Basketball '44, '45, '46 F.F.A., '44, '45, '46 Gym '43 "Words and Music" '44 "Aunt Tillie Goes to Town" '44 "Hot Chocolate" '46 ELHES HIEIUHH The long awaited day in September, 1942, had rived. Fifty-eight boys and girls were enrolling Freshmen of Fulton High School. After a few neks of getting acquainted the class elected the lowing officers: Colleen Glazier, Presidentiliich- :l Troub, Vice President: Evelyn Cook, Secretary: rginia McWilliams, Treasurer: Mr. Lindeman, ass Advisor. Soon after we were initiated by our big brothers ,d sisters, the Sophomores, and had to entertain am by doing stunts, walking to Perrinton, and ier things to make us full fledged members of lton High School. Vacation passed all too quickly, and we again md ourselves back at Fulton as Sophomores with . enrollment of thirty-five members. From these embers we chose Wendell Somers, President: lda Johnson, Vice President: Iames Boots, Secre- ry: Richard Stoneman, Treasurer: and Mr. Linde- rn, Class Advisor. We were very active during this year. The tiation of the Freshmen was followed by a dinner ' them and the faculty in the Home Economics vom. We also had a couple skating parties and dance. But the most important event was our xss play entitled "Aunt Tillie Goes To Town," a larious comedy in three acts. When school called we returned as Iuniors, it our class had increased to forty pupils. At our st class meeting we elected the following officers: Wendell Somers, President: Bonna Lee Troub. Vice President: Roberta Hoffer, Secretary: Evelyn, Cook. Treasurer: we again chose Mr. Lindeman, Class. Advisor. g After several weeks our class rings arrived. and we received them with much enthusiasm. We held an ice skating party, which-wfxs followed by a hot lunch at the home of Carolyn Lowrey, and sold magazine subscriptions to earn extra money. The class presented the Iunior and Senior Banquet fol- lowed by a dance, which was a great success. We left school with the expectation of coming back as Seniors. At last we began the final step of our high school education with an e rollment of thirty-seven members., After careful delgaeration we elected the following class officers: Wendell Somers, Presi- dent: Colleen Glazier, Vice President: Audrey Vaughn, Secretary: Richard Stoneman, Treasurer: Mrs. Wyatt, Class Advisor. Now that we have reached our goal as Seniors there are many things to be done. In October, our pictures were taken, our invitations selected, our class colors and class motto were chosen. A Christ- mas party at Mrs. Wyatt's home was enjoyed. We are now looking forward to the Iunior and Senior Prom. - We will leave Fulton with regret. For during these years we have worked and played together to reach our goal as graduates. M is ,,,, VHLEUIEIUHH Parents, Teachers, Friends, and Classmates, the greatest question that every graduating class is facing today is that of peace. There must be a willingness to work together for this one big aim. peace. We must all have the democratic spirit. No nation, no individual can live in mental isola- tion. Each individual, each nation must know and understand the other's outlook and realize they are able to cooperate for the common good. Men and women throughout the world are per- severing in their search for the solution to the many vital problems which will face everyone of us as a graduating class. We do not want to give up our individual free- dom which we will have to give up if we have to fight a war every twenty years. To develop super states people must lose their individual freedom: There is no other way. We cannot have freedom of speech and press when conditions force censor- ship upon us. We cannot have private property guaranteed if qigantic public debts and inflation destroy our savings. All graduating classes should aspire to better conditions-better education, more leisure, better housing, more medical care, and social security. These conditions we cannot have unless we have a working program for peace. The peoples of all the nations should have a mutual ur derstandinq of each of the national governments and should be capable, through education and ur derstanding, of creating a legal order within whicf all peoples may enjoy equal rights under law. We should be loyal, virtuous, patriotic, an use our intelligence so that government of the pe: ple, by the people, and for the people shall nc perish from the earth. Classmates, we have reached the time of pax ing. May each one of us go out from here with th resolve that we will think, plan, work, and accon plish to the best of our abilities every task thc comes before us. There is much we can do an with these guide posts-kindness, understanding tolerance, and helpfulness-we should each on fill our place in society with happiness in our heart because we are striving to do our best. Teacher: your guidance and worthwhile advice which in th past has helped us, will in the future still guide u in our various courses of life. Our work in hig school is ended now. Each of us will take our di ferent paths, but always there will be a tie bindin us to you, the members of Fulton Township Schot and Community.-Carolyn Lowrey. SHLUHHUHH Parents, Teachers, and Friends: Welcome to the commencement of the class of '46, We wish to express our gratitude to you, our parents, teachers and friends, for your untiring ef- forts and devotion in making possible for us many of the advantages of modern day education. The sincere interest you displayed in us and our school has been a guiding light. Without your leader- ship we could not have reached the goal which we have attained tonight. As we leave these halls and enter into the world as the citizen of tomorrow, we realize that a great responsibility rests on us: the responsibility of preserving the blessings of peace in a war-tom world. The bloodiest of all conflicts, which has just ended, proved conclusively that democracy will survive despite the most concentrated efforts power-crazed men to destroy it. To us, Democracy means freedom, truth, ax brotherhood. Again we are reminded by the wo democracy of the prophetic insight of our forefathe who used this insight not for selfish gains but f the good of all. It was they who laid the found tion of our present educational system, witho which democracy could not long endure. Mc we go forth to carry out ostill further the work those who have gone before, and proclaim to c the world the blessings of peace and democracy. Your presence here tonight will be a furth inspiration to us to go out and do our best. C behalf of the senior class of 1946, again I welcon you to our commencement. -Wendell Some ELHSS PHUPHEEH We were walking by a glittering stream the her evening thinking of our Classmates of "46" hen suddenly the pictures of them all appeared efore us in orderly succession. This being "56" e will tell you what we saw in the reflection on e water conceming our Classmates. Phillip Seeley has bought a farm near Maple rpids. He is happily married and has settled twn. Kathryn Shuttleworth is happily engaged in at blissful routine known as housekeeping. As we watch, the picture of Wayne Zittel comes efore us. He is working very hard in the Auto surance Co., of Detroit. Dee Cooper and Bonna Lee have bought that tle dream house that they have wanted for so ng. James Boots owns a Dairy farm just outside Alma and is doing very well. Carolyn Lowrey and Johnny have finished their llege courses and are both teaching in Lansing. Iris Blair holds the position of private secretary the govemor of Michigan. Wayne Smith is still a bachelor and making ery good on his farm. Ioyce Craig, star reporter of the paper known 4 "Michigan Press," won the award of 1956 for sing the best reporter. Vera Kozeny lives in a magnificient apartment the gay suburbs of New York. Frank DeMot't, who has worked so hard for many years, is now a veterinary near Lansing. Louise Haas is very successful with her new tstry Shop. Ruth Baker is the new Manager of the Pompeii elephone Exchange. Ioe Halmo has been bothered with "Rheuma- tm." so he is helping lais father on the farm. Hilda Iohnson and Greta Chaffin are known : the "Swing Sisters" of the Harry Iames Band. Delores tliamesl and her husband are happily arried and working at Redrnan's in Alma. Kenneth Braman now works in a veterinary shop near Lansing, as Frank DeMott's assistant. Iune Wright has finished her beauty course in Lansing and now owns a Beauty Solon in Perrinton. Tom Zamarron finally decided to elope and found out that married life isn't so bad after all. Ruth Robison, the "Florence Nightingale" of the Sparrow Hospital in Lansing, enjoys her work very much. Mary Price's dreams have all come true. For she is now the secretary to the President of the Stock Exchange in New York. Wendell Somers manages the Arizona Lum- bering Company. Louise Domke is seen designing dresses in a Style Shop in Hollywood. Richard Troub, the famous inventor, perfected the car that runs on water. Dorothea Lepley, who owns a two hundred acre ranch in Arizona, wouldn't retum to Michigan for anything. Ronald Schafer drives a milk truck for Bordens. Richard Stoneman works for Ford's in Detroit as a machinist. Colleen Glazier is now the Dean of Women at Michigan State College. Stuart Snider lives in Hawaii, where he has earned the rank of Commanding General. Roberta Hoffer, a model in Chicago, has decided to retum to Michigan. Audrey Vaughn. special hair dresser for Ver- onica Lake. finds her work very interesting. Glenila Howe, that great art lover. is now study- ing in Europe. Nellie Vallance now runs Ann's Beauty Shop of Middleton. The wind has started to blow and the water has lost its mirrorlike surface, where the faces of our friends were so plain just a minute ago. The chill of the night wind causes us to hasten our steps and we return to the world of reality. Roberta Hoffer, Louise Domke, Evelyn Cook ELHES NAME NICKNAME Ruth Baker "Ma" Delores Barnes Bamy Roberta "Holter" Barnhill Bertie Iris Blair Ike Iames Boots Jim Kenneth Braman Ken Greta Challin Gret Evelyn Cook Cookie Hollis Cooper Dee Joyce Craig Ioycie Frank DeMott Bushel Foot Nellie "Vallance" Dickinson Nel Louise Haas l-laasy Colleen Glazler Corky Ioseph Halmo Joe Glenila Howe Nila Hilda Iohnson Blondie Vera Kozeny Curly Dorothea Lspley Dot Carolyn Lowrey Annie Mary Price Mary Louise "Domke" Reeves Chick Ruth Robison Tiny Phillip Seeley Flip lack Schafer Schafer Kathryn Shuttleworth Katie Wayne Smith Smitty Stuart Snider Tootie Wendell Somers Wilkie Richard Stoneman Dick Bonna Lee Troub Bonnie Richard Troub Dick Audrey Vaughn Peola June Wright Ann Thomas Zamarron Tom Wayne Zittel Wimpy As we're gathered here at last Feel the sorrow of our parting, And the memories of our past We Seniors of Fulton High School th To our teachers goes our heartfelt For their patience and their trials: They were always there to help, And to cheer us with their smiles. Sometimes our tasks were difficult, But at last we've reached this goal: We've studied. played, and worked, With all our heart and soul. WEAKN ESS Dancing Doyle Warren George Getting a date Studying Chemistry Typing Donna Lee Dancing l Girls Wayne English Literature Corky Teachworth Sports Jerry Sixteen year olds Blushing Cowboys Johnny The theater Kenneth Shyness Phyllis Smith Studying Talking Physics loanne Acker Charlotte Kathryn Dee Leatha Art Eating Wanda Laughing IHVE HIUHH I GAINED The ability to take naps in class A diamond A husband A lot of letters from England A new motor in his car A change in schools A school year in Florida A trip to Maryland ,Lldany visits at Trouhs lex, of -knowledge in Shorthand The name .ot having the biggest gilt of gab in sch: Some experience with holy matrimony Ability to crack jokes A trip to California A rousing personality A liking for blondes and we don't mean Many trips to Pompeii dances A liking lor boys A liking for the "Wild West" The honor of being ourxValedictorian Many friends A set' ol rings A high standing among her friends A very true friendship with his weakness Frequent visit to Lowreys A liking for a certain Senior boy Ability to rest irl.Physics class An induction into the Anny A lot: he is our Salutatorian Gained a way with the girls A rival A . A high standing in hthletics A liking for the Navy A liking lor dances girls A liking for red head? s The friendship ot loyce Martin Nellie Dickinson Hilda Iohnsdr Greta Chailin ctnswsfm anks, I Out into the world we'll wander, Each to take his separate way: But the memories of our schooldays, Will linger here to stay. Each passing year brings joy or pain, As here we meet and, part again: And soon to otherlfields we'll go, No more these cherished halls to know. But still our memories linger here, Amid the scenes we love so dear: And ring from every v le and hill, The memories of our 'gh School, still. -4, -f' -Iris Bla 1 t is . HILDA IOHNSON Hilda is a stunning blonde And she seldom wears a irown. To her we give this auto So she can go from town to town. WAYNE ZITTEI. Wayne is a handsome lad He really dresses sharp. We give him this song book To keep him singing like a lark. BONN A LEE TROUB Bonnie is a busy girl v And lull oi mischief too To her we give these handcuffs So Dee will have to be true. KATHRYN SHUTTLEWORTH Kathryn is a merry lass And sort of likes the boys. To her we give this little man And hope it adds much to her joys. CAROLYN LOWREY Carolyn plans to wed in Iune A pretty bride she'll make. To her we'll give this little knife To cut her wedding cake. VERA KOZENT- Vera is rather short and chubby. And so to help her get a hubby We give her this powder pu!! And hope she really do? her stuti. IAMES BOOTS To Iim who, when in school. Sat and stared or slept. We give these crunchy Grape Nuts So he may have some pep. EIHHIUHH RICHARD TROUB Richard we shall call the Admiral. For a sailor he will be We give him this telescope To see what he can see. IACK SCHAF ER lack has a weakness. For pretty girls he falls: This picture of Ioan we give him To hang upon the wall. DOROTHEA LEPLEY Dorothea hasn't much to say: We don't know what her goal is. So here is a wishing ring for her To lead her where her beau is. RICHARD STONEMAN Dickie stirs up mischief 4 Wherever he may go. ' Here are some little vitamins To take ii he ieels low. TOM ZAMARRON Tom is so dark and handsome. The girls he likes to tease. Here is a book on etiquette So he'll always be at ease. GRETA CHAFFIN Greta likes to dance so well She seldom misses one. Here is a watch to tell her When the dance is done. PHILLIP SEELEY Phillip is an active lad. A iarmer he'll be some day. We give him this wire., . So he can bale up his hay. I WAYNE SMITH Wayne is a very quiet boy, He hardly says a word. To him we give this whistle Now maybe he can be heard. AUDREY VAUGHN Audrey is a pretty blonde. Always willing to do her job. To her we give this tablet To write to her heart throb. RUTH ROBISON Ruth is so small and silent She hardly speaks above a sigh To her we give this book on "voice And hope she will try and UY. IRIS BLAIR Iris is a quiet girl. She's bound to be a typist: We give her this typing pad That she may oiten write us. KENNETH BRAMEN We know him as a driver. -I-Ie's handy with a truck. To Kenneth we give this bottle To keep his spirits up. RUTH BAKER Ruth isn't a had girl: Though she likes to have her fun. To her we give this little car To keep her on the run. DELORES BARNES Delores is a tall girl. So pretty and so neat: We give to her this candy bar To always keep her sweet. STUART SNIDER Stuart is a nice guy, ?ie's always chasing Acker: To him we give this telephone So he can always contact her. MARY PRICE H-ere in this class of '46 We have a bashful thing: To Mary Price, goes this phone. We hope she'll get a ring. EVELYN COOK Evelyn is so very gentle We often wonder why. Here's a bottle of perfume To help hook a guy. DEE COOPER Even though Dee is so big and strong, Without Bonnie he couldn't get along. So to him we give this box of pep And hope they always keep in step. WENDELL SOMERS Wendell is our president His responsibilities are great, To him we give this memo book So he'll remember every date. IPIIHUHH FRANK DeMOTT Frank always has a comment On everything- that's said. We give to him this pad So he can write it down instead. NELLIE DICKINSON To help you with your housework And keep things spic and span. We give to you, Nellie This little dust-pan. IOE HALMO Ioe is a mighty man At sports he is c champ. ' I-I-ere's a letter of recommendation All you need is a stamp. NII.A HOWE Nila is so fond of dancing She'll dance from mom till night. Here are some little slippers We hope they aren't too tight. 3 ROBERTA BARNHILL Roberta will be a housewife. And live wi'h Warren all her life. To her we give this little dish And hope she gets her every wish. IUNE WRIGHT Iune has beautiful big brown eyes They sparkle with mischief and glee. To her we give these colored glasses So of life's bright side she'll always see. LOUISE REEV ES Louise Reeves who you all know, Is now a soldier's wife. We wish to give to her This little paring knife. LOUISE HAAS Louise is so carefree and happy. We know many friends she has won. To her we give this book to read When her day's work is done. -Colleen Glazier and Ioyce Craig I I 1 SQ: ill. Qf 4 fl ll ' " I TOP ROW Harry Vaughn, lack Pomeroy, Russel Smith. Howard Smith, Donald Acker Robert Stadlberger Harry Babcock, Maynard Cole, David Rudd. Richard Gamer. Wilbert Graham Alden Akin Gerald Cook. SECOND ROW Mr. Paine, Charlotte Partitt, Muriel Smith, Lois Du Bois, Ardella Leiby Thelma Brown Phyllis Lohrer. Margie Edwards. Hazel Mull, Helen Holter, Lucille Struble THIRD HOW Robert Litwiller, Edward Divish, Ioyce Martin, Marilyn Davis, lean English Leatha Hinton Dorothy Baxter, Wanda Peighner. I. C. Reinsmith, Darwin Duilo. JUWUHE At the opening day of school last fall. thirty-five students enrolled as Iuniors. At our first class meeting, we elected our class officers: President, Don Ackerg Vice Presi- dent, Robert Feighner: Treasurer. Carol Glazier: Secretary, Charlotte Parfitt: Class Advisor, Mrs. Becker. Our play, "Aaron Slick from Punkin Creek," was our highlight for the year. It was a three-act comedy with Edward Div- ish playing the part of Aaron Slick. In October we sponsored the first school dance of the year. It turned out to be a big success. We are all looking for- ward with much enthusiasm to the Iunior- Senior prom. A ' 4 ,,, rf f If-f TOP Robert Zamarron, Dennis Cooper, Keith Sattler, Orvie Lewis, Iohnny Kammsln Donald Coleman Howard Troub. Dale Hardman, Rex Edwards. SECOND Miss Lanphere, Pauline Svok, Irene Blair, Kathryn Howe. Shirley Cole Ioan Lowrey Iune DeMott, Theresa Zelinski, Wanda Reynolds. Dorothy Bames. Mary Chovance Mayel Duflo THIRD LaVonna Hinton. Gale Wood, Gene Craig. Gerold Musser. Martin Harlow Robert Patterson lack Taylor, Duane Taylor, losephine Sparks. EUPHUHTUREE In the fall of 1945, the Sophomore class had an enrollment of thirty-one pupils, but during the year Ioyce Simison left school. At our first class meeting we elected as our class officers President, Ioan Lowrey: Vice President, Robert Zamarron: Treas- urer, Mary Chovance: Secretary, Theresa Zelinsky: and Class Advisor, Miss Lan- phere. Our main event of the year was initiat- ing the freshmen. This initiation was held on September 23, 1945, in the Fulton Gym- nasium. After the initiation cr hay ride and lunch was enjoyed. We have had several other parties during the year, one being a Valentines Day party. 'If i . AL TOP ROW: Phyllis Price. Twila Moon, Wanda Dickinson. Donnavrare Abbot, Patricia Martin. Betty Brown. 'Thelma Ovendon, JoAnn Corson, Bonna Rae Feighner. Iune Trefil, Edna Klug, Ruth Iohnson. Leona Peterrnan. Ioan Rasmussen. SECOND ROW? Mr. Cook. Perry Clayes, Dorothy Ramsey, Beverly Hull. loanne Acker, Phyllis Smith, Alice Wood. Ioanne Counsellor, Ioyce Hinton. Phyllis Monroe, Eunice Vining. Garold Browne, Mr. Paine. THIRD ROW: Stanley Divish. Iohn Snider, Emest Kluq, Ioe Mikesell. Melvin Lohrer. Ray Peterman, Charles Zelinski, Louis Hoffer, Claud Ovendon. lack Craig. Daniel Lepley, Merle Hinton. Russell Feiqhner, Iohn Newton, Dick Pariitt. FRESHHHH In the fall of 1945 the Freshmen class was organized in the assembly of the Ful- ton High School. At that time it consisted of forty-five members. During the early part of the semester, Kathryn Cooper left, leaving forty-four. Throughout the year we have had many activities - skating parties, holiday parties, and hayrides. Our officers are as follows: President, Russel Feighner: Vice President, Garold Browne: Secretary, Patricia Martin: Treas- urer, Ralph Zamarrong Advisor, Mr. Paine. . -1 p l l 21 'we i rf ,fit .',. G 3 W ! HIHDEHGHHIIH TOP ROW: Gail Williams, Leola Winsor, Margaret Upham, Kenneth Cramer, Mary Basing, Billy Faukler, Kent Curtis, Tommy Todd, Beverly Redman, Barbara Pendell, Gerald Brown. SECOND ROW: Burtis Andrews, Ioice McNeill, Earl Cushman, Roger Caris. Billy Finch, Bobby Trcfil, Beverly Baker, Rosalie Kupres, Ruth Ann Taylor, Ioan Prahin, Mrs. Carol Lowrey. THIRD ROW: Rebecca Riqgle, Sharon Richards, Carol Henney, Noel Duflo. Brent Glazier, Richard Davis. ABSENT: Emest Cushman. y HHSI EHHUE TOP ROW: Loree Allen, Terry Price, Lyle Gantz, Lauren Winsor, Warren Struble, Bobby Schneider, Iosephine Bellinger, Ronnie Temple, Donald ' Mc!-llvey, Mary Lou Finch. . SECOND ROW: Gary Wilkinson, lane Baker, Dorothy Cushman, Richard Leslie, Ierry Vining, Warren Woodford, Bobby Todd, Barbara Gallagher, Patty Arnold, Ruth Daniels, Carole Wilkinson. THIRD ROW: Ianice Schaefer, Delores Somers, Gertnide Smith, Ioann Duflo, Gregory Riggle, Billy Smith, Marlin Galzier, Beverly Vaughn, Noel Iohnson, Sarah Holland. SEEHHU EHHHE TOP ROW: Marilyn Root, Garold Simison, Violet Antes, Betty Williams: Garla Davis, Nancy Trefil, Ariel Cushman, Sharon Henney, Ianet Pahin, Connie Lou Peters, Carolyn Wilkinson, Iohnny McNeil, Jackie Corson, Mrs. Simmet. SECOND ROW: lane Rosencrans, Glenn Baxter, Geraldine Kapustka, Maitland Cole. Daniel Rolland, Martha Divish, Kelvin Price, Fauniece Price, Sammy Andrews. Marelene Miller. THIRD ROW: Charles Amold, Melvin Leiby, Roger Salisbury, Barbara Bolyard,Lonny Burgess, Grant Riggle, Billy Smith, Connie Lee Iohnson, Elsie Nelson, Dea Baker. f U X Ny. S Y IHIHH EHHUE TOP ROW: Gary Gallagher, Keith Clark, Glen Drake, Lavonne Thoniton, Rosemary Sattler, Agnes Horwath, Eileeh Henney, Lorna Mae Smith, Margaret Gnibaugh, Sylvia Nelson, Florence Duflo. SECOND ROW: Marvin Cumberworth, Iames Craig, Ga1Q4 Salisbw, Wilma Woodford, Leonard Barnes, Carol Morse, Leonard Simison, ary Luck, Thomas Roland, Eva Marie Zyzclewski, Larry Schaffer. THIRD ROW: 'Robert Williams, Shirley Baker, Sophie Kaputska, Logie Kaputska, Lorraine Divish, Beverly Iler, Donald Caesar, Betty Lou Teachworth, Carrnaleta Antes. ABSENT: Kenneth Wilkinson, Woodbum Vinning. 5 PUUHIH BHHUE TOP ROW: Tommy Trefil, Merriel Smith, Ioyce Caesar, Marilyn Winsor, Dolly Miller, Sybil Holland, Irene Bellingar. Mary Lou Redman, Pauline Sheridan, Max Foland, Rex Foland, Iimmie Iohnson. SECOND ROW: loan Antes, Dickie Iohnson, Maynard Schneider, Iackie Vining, Clark Struble, Iohnny Rosencrans, Roger Riggle, Wanda Charter, Rosa Lee Feighner, Emilee Wennuth, Kay Ann Baker, Mrs. Kilean. THIRD ROW: Mary Lou Feighner, Richard Biddinger, Tommy Beard, David Cramer, Wesley Henney, Roger Yeomans, Duane Harlow, Lyle Newton, Ronnie Gallagher, Shirley Leiby. L W HHH EHHUE TOP ROW: Glendale Winsor, Ioyce Bellingar, Mary Helen Werrnuth, Dean Henney, Charles Klug, Phyllis Iohnson, Wilma Root, Shirley Cumberworth, Iames Svok, Wayne Henney, Gene Hinton. D SECOND ROW: Mrs. Edythe Sheridan, Iarnes Ilcr, Iames Holland, Arlene Thomton, Elma Mae Dietrich, Ruth Avery, Florence Wood. Pauline' Kapustka, Ioyce Isham, Don Dee Andrews, Billy Sanford. Harold Somers. THIRD ROW: Carrol Brown, Frederick Barnes, Claralee Finch, Betty Burgess Lorraine Rasmussen, Glenna Rrggle, Nolan Peters, Shirley Davis, Edith Nelson, Marlene Szymanski, Duane Martin. ' ABSENT: Bonnie Payne. vi SIXTH BHHUE TOP ROW: Lawrence Duilo, Carroll Snyder, Robert Marecek, Leonard Hector, Vern Huste d, Eddie Vining, Dale Morse, Otto Peterman, Herbert Chaiim, Paul Roland. SECOND ROW: Mrs, Williams, Maxine Leiby, Edna Zittle, Lillian Counseler, Mary Zelinski, Marva Cole, Ioyce Iler, Carol Cramer, Ioy Iler. THIRD ROW: Vivian Root, Iennie Hector, Betty Nelson, Rhea Antes, Carolyne Smith, Ina Drake, Donna Vinning, Grace Stnzble. lacqueline Lowery. SEVHHH EHHUE TOP ROW: Bob Harris, Iunior Miller, Gerald Dietrich, Carl Snyder, Richard Hanly, Neil Kerkes, Duane Winsor, Karl Feighner, Harold Hinton. Gaylord Craig. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Church, Norman Abbott, Richard Miller, Marilyn Bellinger, Ruth Sattler, Beverly Wermuth, Ioan Schneider, Gertrude Teachworth. Norma Kerkes, Leslie Smith. THIRD ROW: Sarah Lee Abbott, Frances Hull, Ioan Grubaugh, Bernice Ives, Sally Hnetynka, Ioanne Troub, Marguerite Baker, Gertrude Trefil, Geraldine Winsor, Bemita Antes. EIGHIH BHHUE TOP ROW: Dale Antes, Glen Guniorl Iohnson, Albert Deitrich, Iames Baker, Iarnes Martin, Robert Gribben, Gary Glazier, Alvin Hiner, Starr Miller. SECOND ROW: Carl Winsor, Norma Ceasar, Zetta Charter, Wilma Burgess, Wreatha Chaffin, Vema Duflo, Lial Knight, Mrs. Lucinda Resseguie. THIRD ROW: -lean Baker. Connie Sanford, Margaret Drake, Adona Baker, Frances Tuyls, Wanda Thomton, Ioyce Fockler. 1 5 ia. Qin, nmmxns BASKETBALL-SECOND TEAM TOP ROW: lack Schaier. Manager: Dick Parfitt. Dale Hardman. Rex Edwards, Phillip Seeley, Mr. Paine. Coach. SECOND ROW: Wayne Zittel. Iohnny Kaminski, loe Halmo. Ray Peterman, Keith Sattler. L t , N ' 11 , 1 CHEERLEADERS , , Kathryn Shuttleworth, Charlotte Parfitt, Ioan Lowrey, Ioyco Craig. BASEBALL TOP ROW: Frank Demott. Manager: Wayne Zittel, Iack Pomeroy, Dennis Cooper, Robert Zamarron. Tom Zamarron, Mr. Paine, Coach. SECOND ROW: Stuart Snider. Ioe Halmo. Don Acker. Richard Troub. Edward Divish. Wendell Somers. Maynard Cole. Dee Cooper. SECOND ROW: Majel Dutlo, Charlotte Partitt, Kathryn Shuttleworth, Carolyn Lowrey, Iune ,FJ TOP ROW: Pauline Svok, Wanda Feighnerf Ruth Baker, Leatha Hinton, Dorothy Bames, Mrs. Becker. Wright. Ioan Lowrey. mms' unslunnlt Date Dec. 4 Maple Rapids ...,..... 14 Fulton ....... HGIS' Dec. 12 Crystal ........,.,,... ......... 1 0 Fulton ........ There Ian. 8 Crystal ........ ..... 7 Fulton ....... Here Ian. 16 Merrill ............, ......... l l Fulton ....... Here Feb. 5 Ashley .................. ......... 2 1 Fulton ........ Here Feb. 19 Maple Rapids .,....... 23 Fulton ....... There From cm organized gym class of thirty girls, a varsity team was chosen to play on official schedule of seven games. These games were played with Crystal, Maple Rapids, Merrill, and Ashley. The girls enjoyed a very successful year by winning a good percentage of their games. Probably the most thrilling contest of the year was played at Crystal when the Fulton girls' came from behind to win 12-10. The score at the half stood 8-2 in favor of Crystal. Next year's team will miss Carolyn Lowrey's "ole fightin' spirit," Kathryn Shuttleworth's passing attack, Iune Wright's versatility, and Nila Howe and Ruth Baker's faithfulness. Sf? TOP ROW: Martin Harlow, Garold Browne. Stuart Snider, Ralph Zamarron, Gerald Cook, Merle Troub, Mr. Woodford, Coach. SECOND ROW: Keith Sattler. lack Pomeroy. Robert Zamarron, Robert Stadlberger, Dee Cooper, Frank Derhott, Torn Zamarron. THIRD ROW: Wayne Zittel, Wendell Somers. Richard Troub, Ioe Halma. lad Schafer, Alden Akin. Russell Smith. Don Acker. illl 9.l.lL. Sept. 21 Portland ......... Sept. 28 Breckenridge .... Oct. 5 Shepherd ......, 12 Oct. Carson City ...... Oct. 19 St. Louis ......... Oct. 26 Ithaca ........... Nov. 2 St. Charles . ..,. Fulton Here Fulton Here Fulton There Fulton There Fulton There Fulton Here Fulton Here Our football season opened with eleven lettennen irom the previous year and about thirty inexperienced boys reporting ior lirst day practice. Lettermen irom 1944 who went ,out were Wayne Zittel, Don Acker. lack Pomeroy. Bob Zamarron, Ioe Halmo. Wendell Somers. Tom Zamarron, Stuart Snider. Dee Cooper. Dick Stonemun. and Russell Smith. Dick Troub, a letterman oi 1943, also decided to come out again this year. We were all glad to have him back on the team because ol his punting ability. We started the season without a coach. Mr.. Luck helped us some with the coaching at the beginning of the season. Later we were able to get Earnie Dilts to act as a regular coach and although this was his iirst experience in coaching football and he didn't know the boys' abilities. he was q le to bring the boys a long way. Thiswwas evidenced by the improved brandot football which they played at'the end ot the season. Q As is shown by the scores? we did not have a successful season. However. the boys gained a lot ot experience and kept the game alive lor Fulton. Boys who received letters this year are: Gerald Cook, Gar- old Browne, Perry Clayes, Alden Akin. David Rudd, Merle Troub, Wayne Zittel, Robert Stadlberger. Don Acker, Russel Smith. lack Pomeroy. Robert Zamarron, Joe Halmo, Wendell Somers, Wllbert Graham. Keith Sattler, Frank DeMott, Tom Zamarron, Stuart Snider, Dee Cooper, Martin Harlow. lack Schaffer, Robert Feighner. Manager, Ralph Zamarron, Dick Troub, Ray Peterman. -4-. V l TOP ROW: Iack Schafer, Manager, Wayne Smith, Harry Babcock, Stuart Snider, Mr, Paine. Coach. SECOND ROW: lack qPomeroy, Richard Troub, Wendell Somers, Maynard Cole. -Don Ackor, Edward Divish. HHSHUHHLL The call for basketball candidates was answer- ed by forty-tour boys. and about twenty of these were sophomores and freshmen with no previous experience. However, among the other twenty boys were lettermen Dick Troub, Wendell Somers, lack Pomeroy, Maynard Cole, and Ed Divish from the 194445 team. Other boys with experience were Don Acker, Ioe Halmo, Stuart Snider, Iohn Kamin- ski, and' Harry Babcock. The lettennen named above started the early season games, but the im- proved playing of Don Acker soon gave him first call on the center job. As the season closed, Dick Troub, Stuart Snider, and Maynard Cole were the guards: Ed Divish, lack Pomeroy, and Wendell Somers, the forwards, with Acker at center. While winning ten ot the fifteen regular season games. the Pirates could score only 462 points for less than 31 points per game. Games were lost to Alma. Shepherd 623, Ithaca, and Breckenridge. SEASONS RESULTS Breckenridge ..........,..... Fulton ,,.,,,,.,,, ,, ,,,,,,,,,,, Carson City .................. Fulton .,.,.,,.,..,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, Shepherd ........................ Fulton ........,.,..........,,..... Maple Rapids .............. Fulton ....... .......... Maple Rapids ............ 21 Fulton ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,. 30 Ithaca ............................ 27 Fulton ....... .......... 3 1 St. Charles ...... .......... 1 9 Fulton ....... .......... 2 4 Breckenridge ................ 26 Fulton ....... .......... 38 Alma ................ .......... 4 9 Fulton ,...... ,,,,,,,,,, Shepherd ........ .......... 3 3 Fulton ....... ..,.,,,,,. St. Louis .......... P .. ........ 12 Fulton ....... ....... . .. Carson City .................. 20 Fulton .........................,,. Ithaca .............. ........... 3 0 Fulton ............................ St. Charles ...... .......... 3 1 35 28 31 30 26 20 25 24 31 23 Fulton .... ff., ,..,.,..,.,,,...., 39 33 47 29 36 31 St. Lou1s ........................ Fulton .....,. ......,,,..,, 416 462 District Tournament Carson 'City .................. 23 Fulton ............................ 31 Ovid ...,.,..... 2 .................... 25 Fulton ............................ 29 On to the Regionals at Mt. Pleasant Tf' TOP ROW: Eunice Vining, Phyllis Smith. Dorothy Ramsey. Ioan Rasmussen, Leona Peterman. Thelma Overdon. Alice Wood. Bonna Rae Feighner, June Tretil. Ruth Iohnson. Donnavere Abbott. Wanda Dickinson, Twilla Moon. Betty Brown, Majel Dtiilo. SECOND ROW: Miss Lamphere. Ruth Robinson. Delores Cole. Roberta Bamhill, Mary Chovance. Greta Chatfin, Shirley Cole. Iune DeMott. Ther-ea Zelinski. Lucille Strubble, Dorothy Baxter. Wanda Feighner, Pauline Svok, Vera Koxeny. THIRD ROW: Hilda Iohnson. Phyllis Price, Edna Klug, Iune Wright. Iosephine Sparks. Phyllis Lehrer. Dorothy Bames, Ioanne Counseller. Lavonna Hinton. Nellie Dickinson. FHH, The Fulton Chapter of the National Organization Future Homemakers of America with Miss Lan- tere as advisor, was organized in the fall and irty-nine members formally initiated. The representatives of each year of home mak- g were me officers as follows: President, Nellie .ckinson: Vice President. Majel Duflop Secretary, lice Wood: Treasurer. Ioanne Counseller. The motto of the I-'.H.A. is "Toward New Hori- zons." The colbrs are Red and White. The flower is a red roset and the emblem is an octogon, in the center of which is a house supported by two hands. Many activities throughout the year included a trip to Grand Rapids and to Ithaca, Several parties and our regular meetings were enjoyed. Y I 'l if .sg unsnnlznrluns . 4 L l l ,A TOP: Stuart Snider. Ralph Zamarron. Keith Sattler. Howard Troub. Wayne Smith. Ray Peterman. Iohnny Kaminski. Wendell Somers, Kenneth Brarnan. Dennis Cooper. Robert Zamancn. Norman Wood. SECOND: Ioe Mikesell. Claud Ovenden. Richard Stoneman. lack Schafer, Louis Hatter. Ernest Klug, Rex Edwards. Charles Zelinslci. Gerald Cook. Thomas Zamarron. Dale Hardman. Russel Feighner. Iames Boots. Mr. Cook. THIRD: lack Craig. Stanley Divish, Robert Patterson. John Snider, Gene Craig. Wayne Zittle. Phillip Seeley, Merle Hinton. i HH. The F .F .A. sponsored the purchasing of a moving picture pro- jector and three pure bred Poland China gilts. They have built one hog cot. A fishing trip has been planned for next Iune and with the help of George Lambie and other merchants. they plan to make a trip to the Fat Stock Show held in Chicago. They are testing thirty-two herds of dairy cattle. . 4 l j lx Q n YH, RW 'ff tt .0 WF? 'f ' - K If-'M V. A s Q A Tr xE 7,7 D in -4-Q '1' g,CUL1 - N C b 1 , f Q 7- Y, , 'K S IUNIOR HIGH GLEE CLUB TOP: Marguerite Baker. Gertrude Trefil, Ioanne Troub. Bernice Ives, Sally Hnetynlra, Ioyce Fockler, Iean Baker, Marlyn Bellinger, Norma Caesar. . SECOND: Verna Duflo, Zeita Charter, Margaret Drake, Wanda Thorton. Beverly Wermuth, Frances Tuylis, Gertrude Teachworth, Ruth Sattler, Wilma Burgess, Wreatha Chafiin, Mrs. Carol Lowrey. THIRD: Sarah Lee Abbott, Frances Hull, Iean Grubaughf Norma Kirkes, Iean Schneider. Adena Baker. Connie Saniord, Bemeta Antes, Geraldine Winsor. ABSENT: Elizabeth Holler. BAND TOP: Miss Garthe, Gary Glazier, Ioan Rasmussen. IoAnn Corson, Shirley Cole, Ioe Mikesell. SECOND: Hilda Iohnson, Leatha Hinton, lean English, LaVonna Hinton, Lois Du Bois, Connie Sanford, Martin Harlow, Mary Cho- vance. Muriel Smith, Delores 'Cole. THIRD: Ioanne Acker, Marilyn DavisjGretaChafiin, Iune Wright, Iohn Snider, Ioyce Martin, Phyllis Smith, Phillip Seeley. 1 y ff, ',,,, - - .Q . -ag ' I I GLEE CLUB TOP: Ernest Klug,.Bonna Lee Troub, Glenilail-Iowe, Alice Wood, Ioan Counsellor, Ray Petermcm, Garold Brown. F Kenneth Braman, Wayne Zittel, Thomas Zamarroni lean English. Wanda Reynolds. Iune DeMott, Leatha Hinton SECOND: Miss Garthe, Iohrr-Snider, Lois DuBois. Phyllis Smith, Ioyce Martin, Evelyn Cook, Eunice Vining, Dorotl Johnson, LaVonna Hintonf Charlotte Pariitt, Ruth Robison, Iohn Newton, Phillip Seeley. THIRD: Edna Klug, Dorothy Ramsey, Kathryn Shuttleworth. Ioan Lowrey. 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