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Under the leadership of Mr.
Hance, the F. F. A. has been very
active. To help Uncle Sam and in-
cidentally its own treasury, the
organization conducted a scrap
drive. These industrious boys
presented their par-
ents with a fine dinner and pro-
gram at the annual Parent and Son
anquet. We are all very proud of
Lester Henthorn, Jim Elder, and
Dick Moore who were chosen as
State Farmers during their Junior
Not to be outdone by the
F.F.A., Mrs. Beam and her F.H.A.
girls have been equally active.
c help finance the decorating of
the girls dressing room, the fut-
ure homemakers sold pop and sand-
wiches at games. One of the high-
lights of the year was the ' ox
Social' to which the F.F.A. boys
were invited. It proved to be a
great success and much to our
surprise, no one suffered from
The entire school was shocked
and grieved by the sudden death
of n ommy' Fisher. He had served
the school as Janitor for over
twenty years and was much loved
by all. He will long be remem-
bered as a friend who was inter-
ested ln all school act1v1t1es.A
special funeral service was held
in order that the student body
Salute! Bow! 0urtsey3 These
are the commands which you would
have heard had you been ln the
halls of Alex B1 during Freshmen
Initiation Week. After the sen-
iors had done all the 'nice'
things they could think of to the
freshmen, they invited them to
a party at which they welcomed
them into the high school. ,
It's leap year at last!!!
The girls at A. H. S. are taking
all the advantages that it brings.
These gals decided that lt was
their turn to hitch up the buggy
and take the fellows. So to the
high school and the 'Sadie Hawk-
ins' Party they went.
After much work and planning
the sophomores entertained the
high school at the annual Sports
Banquet. After a fine dinner,
letters were awarded to the play-
ers, the managers, and the cheer-
leaders. The remainder of the
evening was spent in dancing.
Although our football team
had a rather unsuccessful season,
we take pride in the fact that
Llge Davison, our center, was
chosen a member of the all-county
six-man football team.
The Alex basketball squad did
remarkably well ln the light of
the fact that several varsity men
were lost by graduation. We won
five games and suffered ten de-
HONOR COMES TO A.H.S.
We are very proud of Junior
Mowery, a member of the 1943
graduating class who was the
first to receive the new rotating
cup for his school. This cup le
awarded to the outstanding schol-
ar-athlete of the county. 'Pud'
received more honors than any o-
ther graduate cf our school. He
was president of his class, vale-
dictorlan, and a star baseball,
basketball, and football playen
In addition to these local honors,
he received many from the county.
He was elected president of the
County Honor Society, and was
chosen a member of the all-county
basketball team, and the County
'THE!'RE IN THE ARMY NOW'
On February 16, the Juniors
and seniors were invited to the
home of Mrs. Johnston to say,
'Farswell', to Bob Crist and Dick
Moore, who will soon be .called
into the service. Others xlready
serving from our school are: Bob
Hiohman, Lynn Shockley, and Don
Emblem. Every boy in the class of
1943 ls now in some branch of the
armed forces. Mildred Hammond, a
member of the faculty, has en-
listed in the HAYES.
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