Nevada High School - Nevamo Yearbook (Nevada, MO)

 - Class of 1947

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Lindsey Barger Sports Qeporter . . Francis Webster, Jr. Manager . . Billy Burlcs Artists . Blanche Clemensen, Kenneth Martin . . Nelda Jo Means l3hotographers.Jaclc Vernon Edmiston,Zane Koeger Typists Betty Standley, Virginia Weber oreword i Within these pages we Otter For pleasant recollection the Fun, the inspiration, and the progress' that have come to you ddring the past year. What changes and advance? ment the Future holds only Time can reveal. ' I Nevamo Staff Suzanne Love fr ' " S i ' Lindsey Barger Vflwr. .Lf r. to 4 -,J pf: A-,ty V ' f Editor Ai A ' J si ' jf-taifn . Business Manager r.g,f W .f--it I ,fgyggj K 7,?"M4i:,fL4Qg YL , K J .V 1 I, x W, 'I rj, A I A eff-""" Zlfdfdat, it l,.f41-714.4 f' f Qs- A J xt, rf: ,L fi.-fff 1-1 5 "fl .- L ,i i ZMIV JUUTTXQ, 0?5cc.a57mM W 0"0v nf QW my 4 :dz Q, eau-666 xx NNW I X U7 sm , , -. My R awww' 4 ix ff . J ' ' NNN V I Q llC ' M ' ,i t. I Ill'i'i --f1 ' ff "" "' ' "W" " 6 l' iflldh QXN flfffff HH x I - Li ilxv ,U fl! ,IVV 'J MMU 'l' ' , fjrwi-if - 4 lg vulfiiiiih Li ,AJJJ Q l K We, the Senior Class of IQLL7, dedicate s volume of the Nevamo to our parents who ave worked hard and sacriliiced much to malce our education possible, and to the Faculty who have devoted much Time and eliliort -in teach- ing, helping, and encouraging us to reach our goal. wWC , JZ is o7fafa4Qf6fw5'ffff5V5 -Qff-wwedf, ' f-'Md N 'vffsol ff WJ r fi Wwwitli .cgff R 7,:v,,5.q5-fy f , ,,,.,7f.., Y i iff J Jef! ' PEZ M", S , EV' A ' U Q33 rigs: ?,"'vQ 1 ww kg, :Gr-'TL amp .., if if ,4 f . k, '-I - iw, r':34f.3h1 . KM , , Wa ,N :EWSLQ an P . ,JS v ' A 1 , ' " tw fn 1 "' vu, . Q iw , jk, 1- f' ? 5 qgyle Senior qdainq 5 s. 'Jw v Qon Singleton Junior Vlevamo prince Shirley Qlaunch Junior Vlevamo princess -V , Tff'I'?glq1g!g"F"'f""'I-mv-"' '1-r-mr'yvw- Y-W W--rw.-mv,-T ,W Qgoard of Education 2 woswno Dt. xjf e9xeefX5ent KC 3 7 'Dm Dr. W. S. Love Frank Peak wg 'mv--U,-.....,. . . Zi Ai I1 R. E. Steele President 6 .5 - 1 5 BW' . T vebsute . rr Hr' xv x r A - ia! . 1 9 .ff E A224 sl: 45532 I: ' x. LII rf J 1 L.yl7rp M E w,y,g V V I V 55 ...vs .r -1- i gist xx :.. . .S Mrs. T- T- B'-1fl4S Mrs. l:red Norris pf9SlCl6fWt Vice president Mrs. W. Q. l-lamblin A T District president A V' 1 QU-ullmq -ogetlrer QQ-iways l ' Q Q E, l Co-operation--working together For the welfare of our youth and l a closer Feeling between parents and teachers--has been our endeavor , For the year. With this thought in mind The Nevada High School i Parent Teacher Association adopted the above slogan For the year r IQ!-L6-IQM7. We have a record membership this year ot six hundred sixty. We are honored by having the District President,Mrs.W. R. l-lamblin, as MVS. MCCGTTVSS one of our members. Miss Ethyl Winders S t At -each of our meetings programs have been both inspiring and ecre My informative. Teachers, students, and local civic groups have been Tleawfef generous of their time and talents. Mrs. J. C. Winfrey as Program Chairman has proved efficient. The Hospitality Committee, Mrs. George Voss and Miss Kathryn Q' - Wood, with the help of the home economic classes has served deli- 'f M cious refreshments, each month carrying out a theme in keeping with Q' the season or special occasion. Mrs. O. E. Inwood, our publicity Chairman, has worlced hard to lreep the D. T. A. unit a growing organization. Congress Publications Chairman,Mrs, Qobert Edmiston, has stress- ed the need and benefits derived from the state and national maga- zines. K The unit has had two money making projects during the year. They were a rummage sale and a pie supper. Mrs. Clarence J. Fraley, Chairman of Budget and Finance, was general chairman on arrange- l 1 e highlight ol: our year's work was preparing and serving the Senior Banquet, held each year in May. lt is with a Feeling of pride that we see our sons and daughters Mr' Van Hoy talce their places in the world. This spurs us on to do bigger and bet' MTS' Fraley Historian ter things Tor P. T. A. by 'ipulling Together Always." Chairman pinance Qommmee Mrs. J. C. Winfrey Mrs. O. E. Inwood Mrs. George Voss Mrs. l2obert Edmiston Chairman program Committee publicity Committee Chairman l-lospitality Committee Congress publications ,, . A 5 thi Y VV VA f' 'l,3"' 7 I ,X wh X ,X fx MQ' N F 'K .V 1 , WN ,Nfgi A X OJ J! 1 1 u , b . if Y 2 , if V. ,v 3. A, y LL' ' L I 41 W i I 3' tx IVE!! ff 1 ,. S s A " ' , f ' XJ A X . -lv A . It ' ,I . 1 K ' f' '1 ' I .J ' 2 1- . ff , . i - E '-,f , ,. 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Well do I remember the Facetious remark of Mr Callahan, a teacher when he observed time Flying by and duties undone l-le would I . para- phrase an old Latin adage, Tempus tugit, with his own Latin-English version, "Tempus tudges. All young people need to develop as early as possible a sane t- a titude toward the proper use of time. Benjamin Franklin believed in diligence and abhorred a waste ot time. One opinion was "IF ti :me be ot all things the most precious, wasting time must be the greatest prodigality .... " "He also presented a forceful argument on th' is point in these words: "Dost thou love lite? Then do not squander time, For that is the stuff lite is made oh" The busy man always gets an extra task done which a loafer can never Find time to do because he organizes his time Titman su . pr ported this observation: "Well arranged time is the surest marlc of a well arranged mind", and l-lume said, "A man's time, when well hus- banded, is like a cultivated Field, of which a Few acres produce more ot what is useful to lite than extensive provinces, . . . " Chesterfield proposed a sane view with a Few words: "Know the true value of timeg snatch, seize, and enjoy every moment of itg-- no idlenessg no laziness morrow wh,-L Jou can do today." gno procrastinationgs-never put oft till to- Cordially yours, To N. H. S. Students: Two ot your most precious assets are Lite and lime. You may be surprised to learn that N. l-l. S Seniors have some 25,000,000 minutes ot lite expectancy remaining. Any one ot these minutes may not seem very significant to you, but we cannot without astonishment realize how swittly a minute passes away, almost imperceptibly, and yet in a short while the minutes of our lives are all exhausted. During your tenure in N. l-l. S. l hope that you learn the basic slnills necessary For living most abundantly in our democracy. You should never lose sight ol: the Fact that your American heritage is a priceless possession and only through education will you be able to appreciate it to the tullest. Through education you should be achiev- ing a sense ot individual responsibility, you should be taking advantage ot your opportunities to progress, and you should be realizing a liull measure ot Freedom. At your ages, you still have an abundance ol: life in a sea ol: Time. It is my wish For each N. l-l. S. student that your great re- sources ot Lite and Time wlll be utilized to build a better world. May you Find the true goal of living---happiness. Respectfully, F1xgW.,y7e I Neffe lnw O d SeCl'5ita,y O C. l-l. Jones, Jr., M. Ed. Principal 9 i Winona Allen, B. S Eiglwtli Grade !-4 5m l lndustrial Arts Delvere Coclcrell Seventh Grade ibn Alma Gregg, A. M. English Inez Physical Education Orville Gregory, B. S. Physical Education K ,1 3' 15" r. . ,JL M .f xg: 3 ,, in sf 'W Pix g X 1na-- Social Science Science and Mathematics E e 3 i l 4 S l-lelen Grace l-lorton, B. S. Science -fl .-rmllf Zbwf wmv fi NAI N .. Frances Inwood Study Hall Lutie P. Key, A. B. L. S. Librarian i 0' A. L. Mahafley, B. S. A Vocational Agriculture 9"""'N Ruth E. Pugh, B. S. English Myrle Qich Art Lillian Qogge, A. M. Speech Aura Kornhaus, B. S. Commerce 'la Gladys l2adl:ord, B. S. Social Science il M Vera Rombach, B. S. Mathematics ul! fm: u L TF' 5-:ia ya i sv wr Geraldine Qowton, Q. N. School Nurse George E. Schumann, M. M. Dramatics and Vocal Music Elizabeth Shaw, B. S. Social Science Marie Sapp, B. S. Commerce agkini r John E. Van l-loy, M. A. Foreign Languages and Journalism ffl' 0 1- l,..,....ap John Q. Williams, B. S. Berniece Teel, A. M. Seventh Grade Kathryn Wood, B. S. Instrumental Music Home Economics iggisr. BS .5 . ft M .'141.l ALJ ,M ALM Aviv'- HMM Viz 'M,:f7C Qffices 343- 4-3-Y .Q 0- in chi' 0 With many demands From every department there's much to be done in our oFFices to malfe For a smooth running organization, and by the compe- tent leadership of Mrs. lnwood and Mrs. Weltmer all demands are slcillliully satisfied. Mrs. Weltmer's helpers, who are Helen Mc- l-lugh, Patty Pascoe, Wanda Weber, and Kleetis Wirth, in conjunction with regular office duties, run stencils For the teachers, do Filing, and typing, Mrs. lnwood's assistants--Joan Edwards, Al- lene Lindenman, Arvella Milford, June Titus, Joan Watson, Joan Whitehall, and Sue Wilhelmson--pen Form the tasks of answering the telephone, deliver- C' wk ing messages, recording tardies, helping with the daily bulletin, and running innumerable errands. Those who collect attendance slips and record absences are Blanche Clemensen, Qosemary Cly- burn, Carol Crawford, Marjorie Fast, C. E. Fraley, Lucille Frizelle, Patsy Geary, Wilson Goddard, lmogene Keithly, Donald Lee, Arvella Milford, l-lelen Osborne, Betty Overton, Wilma Shumalcer, Anna Simpson, Carlene Summy, Donna Jean Thomas, and Wanda Walker, . wr Lffuf 'J if 'fFf, iiyaii -it The Senior Student Council has performed regular duties as well as some new ones this year. On the First day ol: school the members served as guides For new students, the information desk and the lost and Found department have been maintained, and various clubs and organ- izations in school have been chartered. ln addition to these regular ser- vices the council has sold season Foot- ball ticlcets to students, helped in planning assemblies, continued the list ol: names of boys in the service, acted as guides at the Demonstration School, set up a box For information and sug- gestions to the council from the stu- dents, decorated the Front of the school For Christmas, and attended the South- west District Student Council Conven- tion. Placing waste cans around the lawn, malcing suggestions to organiza- tions about changes in their "N" awards, and planning For an activity ticket For the school year l9l47-L18 are also some of this year's projects. Miss Gladys Radford has efficient- ly sponsored this organization For the past Five years. Jack Brant Tom Braun Lon Brown Bill Burlrs Jaynne Cairns l2ay Clemensen Larry Cohiclc Helen Compton Delores Deaton Diane Ewing Jane Ewing Lynn Ewing lngles Ferry Bill Flemming C. E. Fraley Nancy l-lanlcs Bill Johnson Suzanne Love Loyd Mahan Beverly Maple Susanne Martin Nelda Jo Means Carson Moss Patty Pascoe Herbert Pyle Don Short Don Singleton Mary Stambach Betty Sue Waymire Francis Webster, Jr. Doris Welch Sue Wilhelmson enior gtudent Qouncil Sponsor--Miss Radtord President--Herbert Pyle Vice president--Nelda Jo Means Secretary--Nancy l-lanlcs Treasurer--Suzanne Love Herbe 't pyle Sfud Semb' High ent B Ody preside 1 as noi-5 M6599 wah Aomot M wegaent Studeot BO Sponsor--Miss Horton President--Mason Moss Vice President--Dorthy Dennison Secretary--Carol Crawliord Treasurer--Larry Williams fx unior C-ytudent ,ouncil Everett Ball: Nancy Barnes Donald Cleveland Dorothy Cleveland Jack Cooper Buddy Crawliord Carol Crawford patty Crawford Barbara Crites Dorthy Dennison Charles Dolan Lou Don Edwards Blair Ewing Eugene Frizelle Donnie Graves Joe Hartley Patty l-ledriclc Jimmy Johnson Zane Koeger Ruth Limbaugh Kay Matthews Bobby Mathis Kay Moss Mason Moss Jane Ann Plummer Shirley Robertson Mary Ann Rombach Bonnie Stamps Jerry Williams Larry Williams The Junior Student Council has as its objectives the promotion of the general welliare of the school, the en- couragement oF student participation in all school activities, and the develop- ment of a better Junior High School. By the untiring efforts ol: the capa- ble sponsor, Miss Helen Grace l-lorton, colas have been available at all school Functions, and one thousand mono- grammed pencils were sold. From the proceeds ol: these projects a File For the Junior High Library was purchased and aid given in Financing three out- side talent assemblies. A Qepresentatives attended the Southwest District Student Council ' 0 Convention. Ni N. ,1- Front Row--Ingles Ferry, Tom Braun, C. E. Eraley, Gene Pierceall Back Row--Lynn Moore Ewing, Jack Grubbs, Bill Johnson, Qobert Lee, and Grant Gates unior otarians unior ions W X .1 i ci 2 Front Row--Bill Flemming, Eugene Woody, Robert Bishop, Dick Scott Back Row--Billy Burlcs, lngles Ferry, l-lomer Edwards, Charles Linebaclc, and Don Short ii! 1 KJ' ff 4 f 1 W 471 ff fy 1. fr' I, ,fn MM f fffjf f77ff JV Q My H ' . 0 I i ff" v L' ff ,M I 3 1 I I-.. ,mf ,f , W fa TT: f A J X011 hh 1, . AA iff.-"fy ..x- Ji: ,,1z11lAk . U imc nflv ' ' J f i 'Til Xi' W i9 235 b L "',L r I 5 . ll X" if , ' ,. A" , N EA Xa V-lf, 'I if ,ff ,lf ff X iff f f f an 1 .9 ,,.. M , ,gf J .7 k - , iv, '7' PHTT' V 0 f , ' 1 f ' -f ,rib Q N . e .gl ll A 4- Miss Shaw Sponsor r f ll? Jaclc Brant President Bill Johnson Vice president The Senior Class ol: IQLL7 has a record of excelling in all things. Back in the freshman year this class began its leadership by exceeding all other classes in the high school in its contribution to the "March of Dimes", and by winning the pen- nant for the largest collection For the Red Cross in Junior High. This surpassed the winning class in senior high. ln the sophomore year this class achieved a rating just below that oli the seniors in two hotly contested sales in which Patty Pascoe was twice crowned as first princess--first ot the Nevamo, second ol: the carnival--and Lloyd Mahaliliey was First prince ol: the carnival. At the close ol: that year the Class ol: 'L47 not only won the senior class play ticlaet sale to place a blue and white banner on the wall, but humbled the banner winning class ol: IQ!-15 by defeating that class in its own ticket sale. The Junior year brought other successes. Two banners and Five pennants were won. The year IQ!-A6-'A7 was begun in the same successful manner. The Nevamo contest For the third time placed a crown on patty's head, this time that of queen. The icing was Herbert Pyle. The variety show, "Stepping Out," gave the second victory of the year, and the junior class play ticlcet sale resulted in another banner For the Class ol: 'L47. The traditions are being restored by the Class ol: 'Li7. Again the seniors placed a Christmas tree in the hall as had been done by classes in the past. Also the class is endeavoring to define the traditional gold band on the staff of leader- ship so it is attainable. OF course, the Class ol: 'A7 expects to achieve the First gold band. For the past three years Miss Elizabeth Shaw has served as senior sponsor, and much of the success of the Class of 'IL7 is due to her leadership. Patty Pascoe Secretary Nancy l-lanlcs Yell Leader Mary Stambach Treasurer Nauru, 517517 n Sey Onn 68st JGCABL 3, Ages afger S17-,an fant Tisha Ann Braswell W me... X Us Blame Butterfield Sue Byrnes ef' e CB C500 N909 Don Capps :Oo VWM 5 'Wa we O6 can wwe 9 Yxexeo Com Kaxefx CGM Jerry Dubray Q- , A rs. g." ,, ' JL - 1. ,f . 'f XF g' K -'T . , 4 if pkhdrd . Elrnhg 4 Y' I X Ugfes P Ogern 60' 'lfdrfes Lu e"3f Forney 'COX rlbeffe cafe L, K Sex Q46 Q30 go we eeoge Bull Hamblln Nancy Hanks i 106 Hillis V I ,-+ M-qw .gf , XAQQXQZXJ , XAXASVOG QW Helen Klontz Charles Lineback On WO' VYMKSA 50 2,3 5 M1 . 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HOYZOC S fr Mkt e QX V119 5941 I Marian Agee Bond 'lib-'I-17 Commercial Club '06 Glee Club '07 Orchestra '05 Lindsey Barger Class Play '06 Glea Club '00-'05-'07 Nevamo StaFF '07 Operetta '05 Donna Bateman Class play '06 Tigerettes 'ua-'us-'no-'uv Jaclc Brant Class Play '06 Class President '06-'07 Nevamo Staff '06 Student Council '06-'07 Tisha Ann Braswell Band 'uu.'u5 Class Play '06 Rifle Club '07 Student Council '06-'07 Tigerettes '06-'07 Blaine Butterfield QUl1o's QENIO in the genior Glass Entered From Bronaugh, Missouri, '06 F. F. A. 'ao-'uv Sue Byrnes F. l-l. A 'A5 Gloe Club 'au-'us Cperelta '05 Tigafettas 'ua-'usiuo-'uv Don Capps Basketball '06 Football '06-'07 Traci: '06-'07 Maxine Carlini Commercial Club '06-07 Juanita Caton Entered From Oceola, Missouri, Blanche Clemensen Art Club '07 Class Play '06 Glao Club 'au-'us-'in Oparetta '05 Tigerettes '00-'05-'06-'07 Helen Compton Class Play '06 Crimson and Gray Staff '07 Glee Club '00-'05 Student Council '07 Tigaiattas 'au-'us-'ao-'u7 'no Royal Cooper Band 'au-'as-'ab-'a7 Cheer Leader Junior Class 'nag All School '07 Class Vice President '05 Student Council 'aa-'as-'ao Billy Cox Entered From Eldorado Springs, Missouri, '07 Frances Ann Cox Class play '06 Commercial Club '06 Library Club '07 Tigerettes '06-'07 Karen Daily Entered From Schell City, Missouri, '06 Library Club '06 Tom Davis Entered From Neosho, Missouri, Glee Club '07 Donald Dennison Basketball 'aa-'as Glee Club '05-'06 Football 'ua-'nb-'a7 Tracl: '06-'07 Johnny Dolan Basketball 'ua-'us-'ao-'u7 Class Play '06 Football '05-'06 N Club '07 Jerry Dubray Band 'ua-'u5-'no Class Play '06 Crimson and Gray Staff '07 Football 'us-'Lib-'Lu N Club 'ao-'av Jack Dyer F. 'IH-l-'05-06 Tracl: '06 l-lomer Edwards Entered From Walker, Missouri, Basketball '07 Traclr '07 Joan Edwards Class Play '06 Commercial Club '06 Glee Club '05-'06-'07 Operetta '145 Tigerettes '05-'06-'07 Richard Eining F. F. A. 'us Football 'as-'ao-'u7 N Club 'ao-'u7 '07 '07 lngles Ferry Band 'au-'as-'nb-'ru Football 'as-'ao-'uv N Club 'as-'ao-'uv Student Council 'uulua-'ao-'uv Rosemary Forney F. l-l. A. '06-'07 Glee Club '05-'06 Charles Fox Class President '00 Glee Club 'us-'ua-'zu Tracl: '05 Lucille Frizelle Class Play '06 Commercial Club '06 Glae Club 'as Operetta '05 Tigerettes '00-'07 Loyd Garrett Entered From the Navy '07 Football '07 Don Gordon F. F. A. 'Liu-'as-'nb-'uv Football 'aa-'ao Traclc '05 Bill l-lamblin Band 'as-'ao-'a7 Basketball '06-'07 Rifle Club '05-'06-'07 Nancy l-lanlcs Class Play '06 Debate '06 Student Council '06-'07g Secretary '07 Tigerettes '05-'06-'07g President '07 Yell Leader Senior Class '07 l-lillis l-lerren Glee Club 'us-'ao-'u7 Library Club '07 Lee I-leuser F. F. A. 'ua-'ua-'uo.'u7 Football '06 Traci: '05 George l-loward Entered From St. Joseph School, Nevada, Missouri, '00 Fred l-lughey Entered from the Navy '07 Billie l-luston Football ua-'no N Club 'ua-'ao-'a7 Crystal Huston Tigerettes 'U7 Commercial Club 'I-A7 Glee Club 'M5-'06-'A7 Bill Johnson Class President 'ASQ Vice F. F. A. 'au-'usluo-'uv Football 'LA6 N Club 'ua-'u7 Track 'I-56-'l17 Mildred Johnson Class Treasurer 'LA5 Commercial Club 'I-86 Crimson and Gray Staff, Student Council 'LAS Tigerettes 'I-45-'bb 'A7 Dean Journey Track 'Mb James Kafer Commercial Club '06 Helen Klontz QUMJS who in the President 'I-lb-'U7 '07 Entered From Sunnyside, Washington, 'I-A7 Charles Lineback Entered From Wilmette, Illinois, 'M7 Football 'IA7 Suzanne Love Class Pla 'lab Y Crimson and Gray Staff 'M7 Nevamo Stal:F 'bb-'IL7 Student Council 'I45-'lab-'I-A73 Treasurer 'M7 Tigerettes 'Mb-'07 Sally Lyons Commercial Club 'l46"l47g Vice President '07 Gleo Club 'us-'ao Library Club 'IJ7 Tigerettes 'Mb-'H7 Zona Nell Lyons Commercial Club 'bb-'la7g Reporter 'ls7 Glao Club 'as-'nb Tigerettes 'Db-'07 Lloyd Mahafliey Basketball 'I-A6-'M7 Nevamo Prince 'I-L5 Loyd Mahan Basketball 'MO-'I47 Class Play 'bb Football 'ab-'ln Track 'ab-'u7 Kenneth Martin Art Club 'I-L7 Nevamo Stalil: 'I-A7 Lois M. Martin Commercial Club 'I47 Lucille Martin Glae Club 'ua-'as Library Club 'A7 Tigerettes 'Lib-'IA7 James McCarthy Football 'Db-'IA7 N Club 'ua-'ao-'uv Track 'I-L5-'lib Forrest McCowan Band 'us-'ao Basketball 'us-'no-'a7 FF 'uv Crimson and Gray Sta Ruby McDowell Tigerettes 'LL5-'LA6 Jack McElwain Basketball '46-'IA7 Football 'M5-'Q6-'I47 N '05-.167 Track 'A7 Helen McHugh Class Play 'lab Commercial Club 'lab-'I47 Debate Team 'Lib Jeanne Mcljlugh Class Play 'lab Commercial Club 'IA7 Crimson and Gray Stafli 'R7 Library Club 'I47 Nelda Jo Means Art Club '07 Commercial Club 'M6 Nevamo StaFF 'as-'ab-'u7 Student Council 'l45-'LA6-'LA7 Arvella Miltord Band 'I47 Class Play 'IJ6 Jack Milligan Debate Team 'U6 Science Club 'IL5-'06 Track 'H5-'kb-'I47 Earl Mowry Band 'aa-'a6.'a7 Betty Norris F. H. A. 'as Betty Overton Orchestra 'I-A5 fx . emor lass Glen Ray Pape Basketball 'I-56 Track '66 Patty Pascoe Class Secretary 'I-A7 Commercial Club 'IA7 Student Council 'DS-'L17 Tigerettes 'IL7 Betty Paterson Class Play '146 Crimson and Gray StaFF '07 Rifle Club 'ua-'us-'uo.'u7 Student Council 'I45 Tigerettas 'ua-'ao-'lu Doris Pickett Commercial Club 'LL7 Gene Pierceall Basketball 'us-'uu-'u7 Class Vice President 'A5 Football 'ua-'au-'u7 N Club 'aafuu-'ab Bill Pugh Commercial Club 'bb-'07 Herbert Pyle Basketball 'us-'ab-'u7 Football 'as-'ab-'uv N Club 'no-'u7 Student Council 'I46-'lA7g Student Body President 'I47 Track '45-'LL6-'Q7 Mary Raddy Commercial Club 'I-L7 Velma Reasoner Entered from Stockton, California, 'A7 Merril Reed Entered From Lee's Summit, Missouri, 'U6 Burl Reid Basketball 'M5-'lib-'A7 Football 'IA5-'06-'k7 N Club 'ao-'uv Track 'MO-'U7 Delcena Rich Orchestra 'lab-'LL7 Tigerettes 'I-A6-'L17 Maxine Scott F. H. A. 'ao-'uv Albert Shatter A Entered from the Navy 'la7 Track 'I47 fd 'F ..a LLL in ! l. ,I 5 l sa 1 a 23 .1 Qwlirfs who in tile enior Glass Glenda Stewart Ruby Sheader Commercial Club 'I-16-'M7 Tigerettes 'I-L6-'LA7 Anna Simpson Class Play 'Lib Commercial Club 'D7 Billy smith Basketball 'lib Football 'I-L7 Traci: 'Lib William Smith F. F. A. 'us-'ab-'uv Elossie Snead Commercial Club '07 Mary Stambach Class Play 'bb Class Secretary 'hog Treasure Glee Club 'I-A6-'07 Student Council 'I45-'lab-'IL7 Tigerettes '145-'nb-'u7 Carol Stamps Class Play 'lab Commercial Club 'I46-'A7 Glee Club 'l45 Operetta 'I45 Tigerettes 'U6-'IA7 Betty Standley Commercial Club 'Lib-'A7 E. H, A. 'LA5 Nevamo Staff 'LA7 Tigerettes 'I47 John Sternadel Football 'Lib-'I47 Dan Steward, Jr. Football 'LIC-'IL7 r 'l47 Glee Club 'AS-'A7 Tigerettes 'U7 Loren Stone Entered From the Navy 'IA7 F. F. A. 'Ln Bettie Streich Commercial Club 'bb Crimson and Gray StaFF 'L47 Glee Club 'a5-'ab-'a7 Operetta 'LL5 Tigerettes 'I-to-'LJ7 Carlene Summy Entered from Louisiana, Missouri, 'L16 Crimson and Gray Stalft 'LA7 Glee Club 'LL6-747 Tigerettes 'LL6 Donna Jean Thomas Entered from Golden City, Missouri, Commercial Club 'U6 Crimson and Gray Staff 'LL7 Glee Club 'Lib-'I-L7 Tigerettes 'I47 Robert L. Thompson Entered From Belton, Missouri, 'A7 Wintred Thorburn N Club 'Lib-'u7 Track '06-'IA7 June Titus Commercial Club '46 Tigerettes 'I-47 Quth Unruh Glee Club 'IA5-'I-lb lllfanda Wallcer Art Club 'LA7 Commercial Club 'I47 Rifle Club 'u5-'ao-'u7 Joan Watson Entered From pleasant Hill, Missouri, 'MO Commercial Club 'Lab Science Club 'L46 Tigerettes 'lab-'I17 Virginia Weber Commercial Club 'lib-'l47g President 'IA7 F, H. A. 'us Glee Club 'M5 Nevamo Staff '07 Operetta 'MS Wanda Weber Aft Club 'u7 Commercial Club 'I-L6 F. H. A. 'I-L5 Francis Webster, Jr. Band 'u5-'ao Class play 'D6 Nevamo Staff 'Lib-'L17 Science Club 'Lib 'D7 Student Council 'A7 Vance Welch Glee Club 'us-'ab Florence Wescoat Commercial Club 'I-A6 Library Club Vice President 'M7 Tigerettes 'I-A5-'Lib-'li7 Helen Witte Entered From Qich Hill, Missouri, 'MO Class Play 'bb Piile Club 'LJ7 Science Club 'Lib Tigerettes 'lib-'l47 ,i ..- ...,-f- -1- ,1- W,...y ,.- 141- 1 .........,..i--- ,,...1- -1+ Qui- - ,i ff C' 'fri Keep - The Lawn Glrrmzn zmh Girag ll ll sc11L1111 A111111 1115 111 111 1511 111 6 Beal Monett JME xxl M N13v..111.s Enlers l ""'---'Q-'-"" atches i 'Huy li2ll'Klllj' and slxirlvnls 1.l:1 .l11111111'h lilllvf 1111-:fs 1111-11'1h.11'111-sl sy1f111111l11 '1'1'1l l1--111 d1v1s11111.11 l11.l11.1Il Tllllliwll. wluisii f111l11-1' mil .l11111111' l'l11i1l 11-c'1'111l5'11:1:1s1-rl:111'.13x vs. 'l'l111:s1' 1111111111155 , 111 Fvl11'11411'5' Bill .,,.,,,,,,M-,,,,.,,,.m. , .-A .- 1vis'1,i11 is 11111-11 iilll 1-111 1-11111-sv .ii conyenhon nl.. 11111111- incl 111111 , .1 1 ,, . . .11l.1111111111 1111-11' ll'i11 1. d1v1.1 111 1,' 11- 1 . mg.. ?1lhU.1Nf l, 1'1111:11'1! 1111:11111i11111 411 ' " ' . - X . 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V lg, irng P lil, pcriof 1- X111-.inu i 'Tm' I r 1 1,-1 1 --.4 X 1 1. 4.4 9 3, Y . qu vi nd ,M Xu 1 Q1 H721 . 16 Qu ,GJ Sports Crlitnrs Jeanne MCHUQYW rl 4 ' Nr-vzulu 11' rh ln sf1v11ci 11 WLISHYX Il such ug mm 1 all nvvr' 11 effort 11,1 . threat nf :1 qrrrrncy. Thi ipill rr'z1s1111 1 Nancy' Hanks Betty Paterson ' 'I211Si1wss Wlarrugurf Bettie Streich aero, lhn111gl1. ida wanted :1 iis was the-jr er tr1li1eE1'm budding org 1 clid11'l start It began i building, nel -111 war, The 1 1 installed ws ll badly mll :corp of the- .lld11ur1.isi1111 'managers Johnny Dolan Joan Edwards Burl Reid Jaclr Bran! Bull Qeld Lloyd Maharfey Caflefle SUITIFTTY Donna Jean Thomas an' ,- . . -51-if frfxrllfrnqi' f1clzlr1r 52,2 ' Win-1 Helen Compton 1 A 5 Q I l F lull" Sponsor--lvlr. Van l-'oy . Wd MIS! 1 1111111 v ryvnl :1 DIHHQQ U. . , I 2 f lilfl TQ11111'lllligL.t:llll:ll'fl "Si'4'l3iY1Y'l W8llZ."llQ1f , 1 . 1131 f-, : pg. ' 1' '?ll11'f K- Q 'Q f1ri11ff111w1 lllf"l0'9U'5 .1 1.:1E,xtiwff-115 Carlyle gummy litall members rack their brains, chew their linger nails and their pencils For days, but iy Ro eff. Donna Jean Thomas , . . . Fox, Sink always emerge triumphantly with then assign- 151155 Her, V, ments in their Fanciest vocabularies in time to 15512351 llyUI7OflUl'S meet the deadline. 5 lqcrggge, 1 ly the ' Joan Edwards When the paper is distributed, they reap Lfrlfgtrgfgg- f Mildred Johnson the reward of seeing their words immortalized id Gam-gi 1 in print. Then they experience the proud con. ?,gmmli?rQ' 7 Suzanne Love sciousness of having helped to preserve passing reflections of life in N. H. S. l Forrest l"lcCowar1 i0fQ,"3Ul11OI'5Sl.LId8K1i Council l'01'lxp1vr1m1'rr.1 mc um' year lsr ,K Y 5.5 T if f-, peel tablet Qfgaaliosieiifhe anxoum received Tlgeretles, Tcrzm, Rifle given Ja1dditio11z1l training nas CUBIIIHTIIITU' Chess ii I ad311bue1s.7 Tim-.Girl-, gmni-ofthe mexnbers is roukhiy Clubf 515133398 a'ndgGray Staff, eorcling to his time ,in the ser- Went D 'v T - 1' ' vom xlirae zhousai-sdsdonars 11 year.. Nevamo Stiff: Dminatics. Libr' vice- He is given cmeryear in --- -- an ' 0 'Yr ,Q Sue Waymrre president C. E. Fraley Vice President Barbara Smith Sec reta ry ,, I M rs. lnwood Sponsor The Junior Class has the distinction of having chosen the same person as president For the past three years. This dis- tinguished leader is Betty Sue Waymire. ln the Freshman year this class supported all worthy school projects and its Nevamo and carnival candidates placed Fourth. Each year its Nevamo candidates ranked higher than the previous year, and this year they are pictured as prince and princess. Last -year a banner was won in the Senior Class Play contest and a pennant in the Junior Class contest. This year the class broke all previous records For Junior Class Play ticlcet sales by selling over six hundred per cent For "A Date With Judy." Mrs. O. E. Inwood has been the efficient sponsor. qxnfl. Q.. .J ' A X fiyvvbla Jane Morgan I Leader Lynn Moore Ewing ' Treasurer Donald Adams Hugh Baer K' l is Gao-"5 'lS'I"7f my Oran Adlcins Virginia Agee Qalplw Belcher Quby Browning ,ff 'U' 'UN 41'-Q 'S R? Jaynne Cairns Forrest Caldwell Shirley Claunclw Mary Lou Calclyell 'N Qosemary Clyburn Joan Copple Eb Q- -q,, , 1... James Allen amy Burks Mi 'i ,- :5555 .mm .5 Virgil Carrier Mary Ellen Couch 4-of ifwfm, A ly W . 4 . ,M dmv r ur M I 5 5 rw? H9 E' l I 0 1- f few b .x lv E if f i-mf: Clinton Creamer X' Quth Cxgller Jesse Daniels Alrha Ellis Sanford Ellis Mona Emery M George Dul2ossette Beverly Etter 'Z7' Lynn Ewing! Melba Fields ,lr .pf pqp 1. tiff' CQ r X 'A gil 'Sf' qv- . 3' "'fi'ift P Luettu Fanning Marjorie Fast George Faros Bill Flemming C. E. Fraley Dean Freeland 475 'Tc Y , ur-u..,3 PNN 405 'X 'WS Yin. Floyd Garrett Patsy Geary Johnnie Gilbert Wilson Goddard Betty Lou Griggs Eugene Haase Q N P A Z . I,-at n z :X jf. - if K,-N. . 1 ' , " ll 'ay' ' z in I- '. N L " 1 - if 'U' 'mir im A.. 'GIS-'V va Rosnlee Hendrix Jean Marie Henry Patsy Alice Householder Helen Householder Beverly Howard Delmer Gilmore Teddy Haubein Jil 7 if Vada Hubbard J t It lil' V AL We Ad - 'K' ,gy Quth Johnson Marylyn Kaup lmogene Keithly Qohert Lee Frances Leonard Jack Lewis Ranocla Knott Allene Lindenman is C9' "" 'FW av'- , rm if Beverly Maple Susanne Martin Ruth Matthews Keith McCullough Eva McDowell Louise McFarland ...X X, XY, . 84 5' 'L 'E+- j 'vs Nelda Maxwell Jack McGarraugh nw' 5 X 'err-u f '55-N J Patricia Milcesell J. D. Qclwsner -'M M 'Z x X Q Q 15 PM--ng, 6, if wwe de ' N' Wanda Perrin Donald Qitter 5- J amp- Q F? ' .L i f ,LL Q Y ffl.. ff -f f ai 'ts' ' F!-id W., " . , s yr L v be 'av -f"J'V'? 5fm"'h Q y 1' J pp, ,. I at .tx .cgs XX mx Mary Jane Morgan E. J. Overton 5 iv x Darrell Morris Lois Palmer Maureen Nolan paul peclcman 'VIZ' f. Vx 'Tk "T-.3 'PSN 'QFD' ai M'- 'TQ Margaret Pettibon Wanda Reclburn Carroll Qeed Bernard Qoberts Martha Rooney Christine Qutledge 'Wx 1, SN' Dorothy Sandbothe Tom Shanks '-f ... M F 4 1 gs 'vf,wvy,x Zigi iw Y P ,QF N 1, Pi' ,ww Q11 4-he. 1-'ml ,.: , ,. r Eva Jean Scharllr Bob Schiebrel Wilma Shumulcer Don Singleton . , 3" X ,sw E 'Q' fs., ' 'W' 0 --:K A ll: A 'N K wp ' W ' lp mug: 4 ,. , V' I 11 I Y :"" fa .f"" Av- M l Qfgl' H I Buford Sloan Barbara Smith ,Alice Stafford Harvey Stump Margaret Taylor Lois Thompson "Ui- Zi' ID'- . .qs Q 'Su wa... Qeynolds Schulze Benny Sisson 1n...,.,, al'f7 2,11-.Q ,SW lx 1:23. Don Stulcesbary Qoy Thorburn 3 'fig A Y. L. 'I l Q x 2 - 3 xiiwy . 1 P iw .534 - X XX XX ,Q Nl ll 'K 'D XX Ql,l l'l si'-Q. . L gjkxxla , K X3 . 'e ll V .. T15 l' ff X 2-"'-f ' x :QQ 2 ' ' 'fgi'f,5'f e " he Roger Wnchtel Betty Sue Waymire Della Mae Wenlcley Doris Welch Mary Lou Welch Kenneth Wells -- og .A nik 'Q' 'Cm "s. Fx Gail Whitworth FSB. Bette Wilbur Eugene Woody Q l-l. De WilS0f1 Sue Woodfill l2ose Lee Young vu' 'T' r9e G, ffm 1 Ou, , g 2 J .., r ,A 'gl - .. Q: ef X fl, . Lf 'hlmnmx . ,. 3 2 H. N aww, ..,. ,iT -qHF'fii? f U33 5 gli X x Y X 1 X ' uf A f RX is ,f I fi ' R4 X K ' I Il iymjf fm ,,,, 1 , 'i QJL ' ' 3 X fx . W W vw I, uw J 1 U 7 1' Ai, A If ks-Q-T Q , ' . -1 ' lwikkn 3 3 ,,. W ' Q 1 H 1 I .. X I M I 1 5 l lk R P m i 3 Q V ---1--'J g W .sv 1 KW iK W1 ,qu Q 1... J , 'NX ' X ri 'Fi' gs, , ,S5,:2'1' gf g 0 W X Q "lr . ,QQ P 3 9 Q if M153 Q3 Nr Eij 'i 'mf ah' I Rf 1 ' Q N . 4+ -nt 'f,. ..Am fm D A Q99 , , I N . V A Q ' E M ' -v v- ,f JE ? ,B , j' X 1 "'?i 4L ' 'P' Q f Q X E. ll NLJ4 I1 X ff fm M f f XE Y , ' ,.x. M 4 Q N ., -'., f ,, 4 M ON I gm XQ W Illllux Q , ' valid f Z L 514, Q 7 f f X? -51 w i gnhi nt 3' ,X-ns Ray Clemensen Miss Gregg President ffm'-"' Tommy Braun Vice President Secretary Robert Bishop 4 ' f ,ffl Sponsor With the capable guidance of its sponsor, Miss Alma Gregg, the Sophomore Class has shown what a good class can do. A pennant which was won the previous year For attend- ance oi: parents at P. T. A. was received. Pennants For the Junior Class Play and the Variety Show were also earned. The Sophomore Class has given Full support to the Com- munity Chest Drive and the March ol: Dimes. Several members were selected to attend the Student Council Convention, and Joan Weber was chosen as the best citizen in a contest sponsored by the Women's Federated Clubs of Missouri. The prize was a pilgrimage to Jefferson City, Missouri. 'F ,M P 9 M 1' M Wil T Mi if Delores Deaton Yell Leader 3 Diane Ewing Treasurer 1' 1 5-zxvs i Q 00,3 Billy Adam James Akers Barbara Baggett . fl . Donna Lou Ball: 19' Angel Imogene A It . 13' U 'www- 'Fl' Mae Belcher fy 1.5, Q. S - ,RS-,f 45755 . A .-Y' 'Pig Qobert Bishop Tom Braun , Tir- ' ' '39, T' mfr 'ai-N ' ,ff . ,-.g H-. 12 I 1 Y 'ur I ' 5 .f , 'I -. V ' ax -vw . L' ,rl ' 1 t Y N x 5. Gene Brown Larry Brown Lon B. Brown Billy Byrnes Bobby 1 5. 'Z' he Y Joye Brown David Carpenter Helen Carpenter ma., i . .15 'si H , I ' ,- . 1: Mix ' f 'Y' be Bob Chrisenberry Ann Clemensen Ray Clemensen 'V' Alberta Caton Dolores Cherry QU ful? Evelyn Cochran Richard Coffman 1 Alba ta Cox Carol Cox Bob Crabtree Mary Davenport Cldywn DGVIS Delores Ann Deaton D gg-SNA K 1 - if 5. if' Floyd Drumeller 'ei Darrell Duncan Irene Dunlreld Joe Farll Farl Edwards Maxrne Ellrott Ju- 'Z' Drane Ewrng Jane Ewrng Ramona Fields Bobby Frank axrne Freeland I L l l " I it 1, 75' f , c 2 J L . . .. Charline Frizelle Leland Garwoocl Grant Gates 436 2? i -c: ii. fi T Good . -V V, X" Udall I ?""" 7553 in' x Ng-rv' Junior Gowin Jaclc Grulnbs Lucille Hamilton Mona Lou Hand Bennie Harper A ..., QW Cf' Barbara Hartley Linda Haslett Preston Haverstic IU' 4- - T' af' an Marilyn Jackson Cloetta James V John M. Jeffries Haynes X... Gayle Hickman Qiclward Holland Frelda Homrighous Riva Householder 'Vi Q5 Barbara Jones Ruth Herren T' Gerald Huston . Q if J' 7 ff ful Francis Jones K. X qi 0. 5' 'Q' 42212 Chester Long 'DS Q' F' Letha Kafer Patricia Kelly Bonnie 54:- 'L Nr - Franlc Mlllman Bob Mrtchum I Mcconhaughey Moss 9-xl ef:-'5' WE 'l ,fm rv- - Arthur Leason 1 N 'Us ape 49' Jane Marie Notson lla Oliver Albert Petgen Margie Pugh Ethel Qamgey in -1- N as Q9 4 1 Q ' l ,fi Betty Richi Dale Qich Nl' '5- -e- XE' SSSB Dick Scott Velma Scott Alice Jo Sealey pI'N xiii Don Sliort l-lazel Siebert 'X -4-' Diana Stone HA l i 1 s Ai 4 K dx K3 Ida Ile Simpson K Em st ith 1 V, I Elise B. States Q- gp,-J., lr! Q vw -i 1 -s A V . A :Y , Qin-. TSE? 4 if v I V 1 g 9 Q M J Lela Jo Taylor Leroy llmorburn I Roger Titus S HH ,H me wwf' A 6- vm' Q if z l Welch Naomi Werst Joan ju 7' 5777 i- K. 5-fl Q, xv ,ff fb SN Dorothy Cleveland President Jack Cooper Vice President Secretary-Treasurer .2 L- N.K r l LV: .....-Q5 ,,, wgsfis 1?-v ' Mrs. Butner Sponsor Although the Freshmen are yet pioneers in education, they have learned through experience and are ready to take their places as Full-fledged veterans next year. Their sponsor, Mrs. Marie Butner, has been a very com- petent advisor, and the class has made an enviable record. They are well represented in all school activities and have made an outstanding showing in the ticlcet sales For the Junior Class Play and the Variety Show. The basketball team won two trophies. The Freshman Class had a very successful Christmas party at which David Todd and Betty Brock were crowned lcing and queen. Lou Don Edwards X Mary Alice Taylor Yell Leader . gig 1 5-ai i W' fn " it is . K X , X :I by , "' - i ' ' . 4- ' . Qt.. " 'VA ve , G.. 'O-an-. Bobby Cliffman Joe Clyburn Margaret Conard Jack Cooper Carol Crawford Earl Crawfordk Donald Creamer Clarence Dee Peggy Dennis Dorthy Dennison Jaclc Eclmiston Lou Don Edwards Margaret Elliott Mary Jane Estes Jimmy Etter Waneta Evarts Bettie Fast Esther Fenton Lowe Glenn Eiles Hubert Fox Melba Garwoocl Maxine Geary Jodean Gire Juanita Good l 4.5, Rf: .eww os., M57 l ' sl if av' Mary Lue Ashley Sherman Balmer Nancy Barnes Billy Barttrum Billy Bass Barbara Baudoux Lois Beckman Qobert Belknap Bobby Beisly Marion Lee Bond Billy Lee Bound Barbara Brantley Betty Joe Brock Clifford Brown Wava Brown Clifford Butler Glenn Campbell Helen Church Don Cleveland Dorothy Cleveland 342 vi? Sq 'T' . 4'- A it-a F s 6. X rw! f a L Jane Johnston Ruby Kelly Denver Klumpp Zane Koeger Leonard Lanlcford Alice Larsen Donald Lee Jacl: Lee Hubert Leonard Carl Lewis Patsy Main Mary Ruth Malcom Crill Maples Bobby Mathis Doris McDowell Le Roy MCG-arraugh Betty McGee Betty Miler Joan Miller Dora Money Mason Moss Nellie Moore Glenna Morris Albert Lee Nichols '?t' Richard Greer Jimmy Gust Joe Paul Hammer Donald l-laner Percy Harper Robert lr-lart Mary Anna l-latten Barbara l-laverstic Alvin l-laynes Alice l-leim Bonnie l-lendrix Pauline Holland Frederic W. l-loman Bobby Dale l-loplcins Joyce l-loward Norma l-loward Donald l'-lulif Don James Bobby Jameson Jimmie Joe Johnson .-, at 1 i H 1' you V 4 f .- Mx A 1? whim f , Bette Stone Betty Summers Mary Alice Taylor Roy Eldon Taylor Carl Thoming Edna Thompson r David Todd Weslie Watson Betty Joan Weber David Weller Charles Westcott Joan Wheeler l-larold Whitehead Patsy Whitworth Carl Wood Donald Wood Billy Bob Woods --f sr -. is K xr Orton Wilson - A . ii ,T I Sexiest ' - , , ii A rs " 'Y . Q' iw' Marilyn Woody Wanda Lee Wyckoff Roberta Zaring l-lenry Norris Jack Norris Gerna Lee Olson l-lelen Osborne Burl Pettibon Karol Pettibon Harold Rawlings Richard Redburn l-lelen Ripley Patricia Rogers a Claudie Russell Margaret Shade William Shanks La Von Shaw Dale Shepley Helen Sloan Martha Smith Jack Steele Neoma Stewart Martha Sternadel l Eighth grade Q Carol Agee Dian Ashby Marjorie Ateberry Bertie Baker Henrietta Belcher, Peggy BingleQiIr' Tommy Bishop 'X' Dennis Bledsoe Eulala Bray Vernon Brundridge Eddie Burnett Barbara Burris Delberta Burris lma June Carpenter Loretta Carter Buddy Colvin Norma Coffman Beverly Conard Bonny Cox Dorothy Cox Willa Mae Curtis Buddy Crawford Barbara Crites Charles Cross Clyde Cross Patricia Deavers Edward Deering Charles Dolan Donna Dubray Emma Jean Earll Robert Edmiston Blair Ewing Betty Jo Estes Elvira Hagen Evelyn Hagen Herbert Hagen Richard Hargrove Donald Harless Gerald Haslett Bill Hedrick , Joe Hendrix Glen Hendrix Ginger Hiclcman Wanda Hinshaw Betty Holland Ronald Huclraby Allene Jones Carl Jones James Justice Bill Kahler Jimmy Kahler Elbert Ray Kennedy Richard Klumpp Joe Lewis Nora Llewellyn Betty Lind Ruth Limbaugh Robert Linebaclc Bob Lipsey Lynne Logan Nancy Maxwell Mary McCaFFree Bob McCarter Virginia McGee Patsy McMillen George Money Fred Moore Robert Morris Kay Moss Larry Nelson lmogene Newton Cecil Painter Wayne Perrin Jane Ann Plummer Mary C. Poole Dorothy Porter Dean Potter Harold Richardson Helen Rhodes Donald Pizor Mary Ann Pombach Lanelle Ryan Betty Saathol3F Patty Shindler Bill Shepley Billy Siebert Grant Smith Ray Smith Gloria Snelson Jaclc Sivadon Bill Standley Bonnie Stamps Lorene Summy Jaclc Sweeney John Voss Do.othy Watson Zola Weber Juanita Werst Don West Eugene Williams Helen Williams Jerry Williams Larry Williams Norma Jean Witte Joan Yeolrum Billy Yurlc Sponsor--Miss Allen President--Ruth Limbaugh Vice President--Mary McCaFFree Secretary--Robert McCarter Treasurer--Norma Jean Witte is if K. fi . ' - 'ii-at Roger Hendrix 4 1-,,. fi eventlfi grade "V Bill Angel Patty Jean Balk Everett Bulk Anna Baldwin Bobby Edward Banks Patsy Berry Jacqueline Beshore Althea Biggs Joyce Bigham Sondra Bitner Maxine Box patrick Brophy Robert Burgess Joyce Burris Don Campbell Delta Carpenter Alletta Carter Mava Cartwright Barbara Clark Zelmer Clevenger Clyde Louis Collins Merylin Colvin Standlee Crane patty Crawford Louise Cribbett Barbara Danneker Sandra DeGood Della Dickson Vernon Duncan Hiram Dunn :Loyd Ellitrits 1 Herby Elliott Mable East Lois Files Jo Anne Ford Barbara Fowler Darlene Frizell Eugene Erizelle Wayne Gaither Bette Gire Donnie Graves Joe Hartley Gail Haslett patty Hedrick Beverly Hendrix Donald Herd Wilma Hogan Doyle Hogsett Billy Homrighous Peggy Hornrighous Betty Householder Jack Howrey Mary Hutchinson Mamie Jones Charles Journey Dick Kelly Dorthy Klumpp Joan Knight Dan LaDue J. W. Longstreth Eddie Matthews Kay Matthews Billy Mann Bill Mccattree Dorothy Mitts Marilyn Norris Carl Overton Carol Jean Overton Darlene page Naomi Patterson Donna Mae Perky Mickey pettus Bill Phelps Leta Belle Phelps Patsy Plunkett Sara P. Purl Carl Redburn Wilva Riggs Lora Jane Rizor Shirley Robertson Leroy Ross Velma Russell Ervin Schartt Donald Shade Darlene Shorten Betty Shorten Ronald Sisson Caundy Smith Dick Spyker Lucille Standley Mary L. Sivadon Lenora Taylor Betty Ann Thompson Jo Ann Underwood Charles Vincent Keith Waltz Shirley Weidman Mildred Whitehead Phyllis Williams Jack Wilhelmson John R. Wilhelmson Evelyn Winfrey Joyce Winfrey Donald Winscott Shirley Wolf Wanda Woods Raymond Yurk Sponsor--Mrs. Teel President--Bill Phelps Vice President--Bill McCaFFree Secretary--Patty Crawford Treasurer--Mildred Whitehead Reporter--Marilyn Norris il f. 1 J .pf ' .- 'Z 1 .... ..-" L if .V Q9 Q af A -ii ju f :oar Assistant All-School . Betty Paterson Senior . . . Nancy l-lanlcs Barbara Junior ' l Mary Jane Morgan Linda l-laslett Katherine Robertson A L 'll l-l B b S 'th l lgfil ettes Sophomore . . Delores Deator lviilindgines Ailjrgtagggrd Sponsor--Mrs. Coclcrell Freshman l , Mary Alice Taylor Crystal l-luston Mary Starnbach preside,-,t--Nancy Hankg Enthusiastic cheering is almost llliirjijallnson Emily Vice President--Barbara Smith Sure to Spur B team to Vlctory or' at Marylyn Kaup Glenda Stewart . least' fo do 'ts best' Bonnie Klumpp Bettie Streich Secretary--Jayhne Cairns , , . To supply this important element Sulflfme l-Ove Duma 3009 Treasurer--Blanche Clemensen in athletic Contests is a group of yell Sally Lyons Donna dean Thomas 'em and the 'W as 223151852 Exit jzgillziior onna 8 e U OSBDDS TG E , . - 5 Tisha Ann Braswell Joan Edwards the Tlgerettes' They also Furnish the Lucille Martin Della Mae Wealcley Sue Byrnes Altha Ellis noise and the skits For the P9P assem' Susanne Martin Doris Welch Jay,-me Cairns Mgna Emery blies. Mary Jane Morgan Naomi Werst Shlflny Clauncll BeVe'lY Elle' This year the Tigerettes have at. Jane Notson Florence Wescoat Ann Clemensen Diane Ewing lla Oliver Joan Whitehall , tended both home and out-of-town , Blanche Clemensen Jane Ewing d d h I Patty Pascoe Bette Wilbur Helen Compton Charline Erizelle games as 6 group' ecorate t e goa Betty PMGYSOH Sue Wllllelmson Joan Copple Lucille prizerle posts for some of the home games, Ethel pamsey Karol Wilson Frances Ann Cox Nancy l-lankg and prepared the decorations For the Betty Qich Helen Witte Karen Daily Mona Lou l-land Football banquet. Delcefla l2lCll bue Woodlilll I l ,ff X 1 , Qixqfrf KY ,ly Q XX wx ji C XM jfx J KY 'JJ VV ,gif by Q25 K M -I 1141 X' Y , U H. .A Y NX f Rx -X. F J XV y X N Y ,, ' X5 Q3 V Hf X A' J N X fa, -1-9 , V ' ,I ' , X X . ect :min ' i5"'N'?a-X, NX A 'I 'I ax-. '35 a rqlyy g at I QW W ' P "' of www - x Qkojvi . hh' , ....... 2 '0fi7 J? W Ss "' fo? 20 Z ,,f I f B C9 rf X ep ' 391W U Rs-:Qff Rfk lx? KW nr 'K' su 5 555 L 'flffii 6 NW. Eff? map ,S Herbert Pyle Back wJ-. Co-Captan v .M ' . Ingles Ferry CEFWET Co-Captain Guard UI' fl Donald Capps Back l2iCl1ard , Tackle 5-N quad Coach--Mr. Gregory Assistant Coach Mr. Coclcrell John Dole ' ,J John Sternadel X 6 Back , 'E Tackle Q Q ,Q l. A f f Sl' wx' , I ' C r 6 0 I Q, fy' N - nf 1 a s 4 111 2 S ' Q s 4 5 A l Q , Francis Webster, Jr. r QGY Clemensen Tackle Back A Games Loyd Mahan They We 9 Fort Scott O 32 Guard 5 5 . f Joplin 37 C ' , +Cartl'1age 6 26 - fi'--W' X yy as 4:-Neoslwo 6 20 1 +l"lt. Vernon l9 O olvlonett 7 2 +Webb City 26 7 Q oAurora 6 7 +Lamar 6 20 0 Conference Games Bill Johnso Back Donald Gordo aclc Jack lVlcElwain 0 ene PISFC End on Bac Donald ,P Center '50 Loyd Tackle GO Tackle 2 Steward Jr - -wr-.v Q5 QQ, quad Jim Gust it 3. 3--3 X Coscap Torn Braun Back Co-Captain B Games They Mound City 'ZO Eldorado Springs IQ Fort Scott 7 Fort Scott 6 Eldorado Springs 6 by Back , Jolin Lee W Qobert Lee i Back Back l u f 5 Q s . ' i ,A as J . E. Fraley Back Jack Grubbs . End 3 f SM F? X We Q 3 l'2 Q it xx lg if 2 X? Joplin L48 O f h i,,,i , h Grant Gate, Don S on J- Overton -lYBCl4l6 Back M End Bill Duncan . Q, Sanford E End v Tackle ' ,. - Bill . . Q, 4 Jil! , Ti ' GI? Frlles 52 Donaliick ood i',Sl1ermal?B:alcer "' fx- ,N Smith ' 6 - 4 X Har i . Guard "ffl BGClC ,, Q, Aly Francis Jonss . I' A Om Shanks I Teddy l-laubein Back Bad' . M VV - Guard Q X, R K.. ' 'W N, J if X , 5 y 'Z' f' "lT"' N ' . W H Q 6 e ' r t - , -x rp i a , . f - - H f NL 6 , 5 Q l ' I . K, . I l e V l P i:g,, 5 b 3 'riff . l te L,-vb - -, -Q va '-i 1 K g 3 A ,' tr: junior High 1 S - -, i i I lv l l L lr fr A t' A X - I A - ' T e , Squad li I r ' . W if 7' i ' 5 ' was ' 'lv A 5 5 A LVL,A .V X K i 65' r f Q I Q ll g l X ' ii . l 1, i 4 ,- .1 r S is ii f i I W 1. A iam? Edwards Jack McElwain Bill l-lamblin Lloyd'MahaFFey Burl Reid Ray Clemensenq 5 enter l:0I'W0fd Guard Guard Center Guard ,F 7 W, I Co-Captain Co-Captain Co-Captain f' l Bill Huston Herbert Pyle 1 I Ten Lewiefs t pep Glub .13 4 J 1" 51801 B Scores 0 Allfofa Bronaugh Butler :Carthage Fore Scout oLamar Metz oMonett oMount Vernon oNeosho Osawatomie Pittsburg .Webb City 4 Confe Junior H Games Played Games Won We I2 28 3l I7 I7 26 20 26 l2 25 21+ 3l 2l 2I I9 I3 WL Qlub mad QQ 1 'N rack quad . F '7 , , . W , , ,V y yi? Q .. x ' , 4 4-4 , . :Li V X ' ,F , max r. 1 Q -Q - .121-f4gvJ,fvwt3,' Q. 4 vii: d ,,... 'Cz Q : fag: 'In A Elf IN' -W' Q? . - .1 JE, 1 I K , "fi liz' X 1 Z' My ,gf 'lar' d A ,f ootprints on O IZQQM! J !-ffzfwf the sands of tlme X144 gg :E,,fjJA,f ,,f,:, . . if tb I Z fn abd! J,f,w ,. , f M 1 f A cdfzkff xx V V mf' i - X E W A' Wg 1 J - 1 V, I i T i NAB 5 QMWQ' QNVH ,K , I .. -', V . , k , v V i. A-Lxl 1 , I. . TJ 1 QI x NQAf'J 4fc 9 uw! f fQff'Mfffflqgsff qQwWsJ0i52 g vs , 'U 'X 'VU' Garnet-9 Bobby Beisly Tom Braun Barbara Burris Edward Deering Buddy Crawford Grant Gates Royal Cooper Bobby Mathis Donald Herd Bill Phelps Nancy Maxwell Bob Schiebrel Bill McCaFFree Dan Steward, Jr Lanelle Ryan Jack Wilhelmson Alice Stafford Qlarinets Roge' Titus E tt B Ik l-larold Whitehead vare a N nc Barnes Jerry Williams 3 Y .Hssistanf . Wlajorette q-'Drum major Diane Ewing Alice Stafford Trombones ' g Eulala Bray Q Ray Clemensen i lngles Ferry Donald l-lulif Bill Kahler Bob Lipsey French Horns Mary Lou Caldwell Joe Earll Bill l-ledricl: Joan Yeolcum Gymbals Diane Ewing fx Robert Edmistontlames Akers Marian Agee i Ronald l-luclcaby Darrell DuncanDorothy Dennison i Dean Journey 1 . Wim, Roqer Wilson .aqjrum major , Nancy Barnes Patsy Geary Dorothy Cleveland FlI4t8S Charles Dolan Fredric Homan Earl Mow"Y Jane Johnston Larry Williams Bass Horns Bill Bymes Buddy Colvin George DuRossette l Ray Smith Richard Thompson and I qi "fl Q7 11 unsung , 4:9 , pq I Qolor Suarcls 'violins Marilyn Norris and Billy Bound Wayne Perrin llqylkumm Ommdgmwwtaaawepmms James Akers Alletta Carter Delcena Rich Barbara Brantley M -I W d Louise Cribbett an yn OO y Q l. Y Waneta Everts Osefee Omg Donnie Graves ilutu rclwstms Man, Mcgamef. Evelyn Winfrey lllcllaplioiiu l2ay Smith Karol Wilson Mr. Williams--Director Billy Siebert Violas Qoriwls Qyllgs Anna Belle Clemensen Jimmy Kalwler Barbara Brantley qgrums Margaret Elliott Qiclward Kelly Peggy Dennis Dkllllly Dennison Glenna Norris Binb Mccarter String Bass SUJCOIPIIOVIU Judnita Werst Bill Standleb' K Francis Webster, Jr CQla1'l7lElS John Voss Barbara Baudou' K7-Ulm I I Loretta Carter INBUCY Bames "'m70'1LS y George Dul2ossette Jacqueline Beshore Qay Kennedy 1l'VU'1Cl1 1109-713 Qoger Titus Darlene Page Mary Lou Caldwell Joyce Winfrey Grant Smith Joe Earll if Si Marian Agee Jo Ann Angel Sherman Baker Donna Balk Lindsey Barger Billy Barttrum f Bass Joan: Chase Blanche Clemensen Delores Deaton Bill Duncan Jane Ewing George Faros Hubert Fox Charlene Frizelle Joe Hammer Mona Lou Hand Qlioir Rosalee Hendrix Hillis Herren Shirley Hickman Alice Householder Vada Hubbard Crystal Huston Bill Johnson Jim Kahler Zane Koeger Beverly Maple Henry Norris Jane Marie Notson Margaret pettibon Albert Petgen Richard Redburn Wanda Redburn Sue Richardson Claudie Russell Dick Scott Elsie States Jack Steele Glenda Stewart Bettie Streich Carlene Summy Margaret Taylor Donna Thomas Mary Lou Welch Naomi Wersi: Sue Woodliill Mary Stambach Bettie Streich Sue Woodiill girls' 'Triple 'Trio Jane Ewing Charlene Frizelle Mona Lou Hand Helen Householder Vada Hubbard Sue Richardson Katherine Robertson Elsie States Margaret Taylor Linda Haslett Alvin Haynes Lucille Haynes Jack Rizor Katherine Robertson Cpocai Cfhusic Senior High girls' Trio Director--Mr. Sch Umdfin Boys' Octette Lindsey Barger Tom Davis George Faros Charles Fox Hillis Herren Jim Kahler Albert Petgen Dick Scott 'Wladrigal Sing Tom Davis George Faros Charles Fox Mary Stambach Bettie Streich Sue Woodfill giglitifi grade Qhoms BTS girls' lee Qluln N Nl 54- ' I ga 1 I The vocal music department has provided music For several assemblies and school programs and many Functions not connected with the school. The choir tool: part in the variety show, Stepping Out, and also gave a performance oF the Christmas section of l-landel's Messiah. This department participated in the American Education Week revue, Schools in Actiong gave a performance ol: the Gilbert and Sullivan operetta, Pinatoreg and won honors in spring Festivals in this and other schools. 1 Mary Ashly Barbara Baggett Lois Beckman Mae Belcher Joye Brown Dolores Cherry Esther Cawthon Evelyn Cochran Mary Davenport Rosanne Dralce Lou Don Edwards Mary Jane Estes Melba Garwood Jodean Gire Mary Ann l-latten Alice Heim Ruth l-lerren Riva Householder Cloetta James Patsy Main Dorothy McConnaughey Betty McGee Marie McGehee Beverly McKee Joan Miller Nellie Moore llr Oliver ierna Olson Mary Pyle Betty Rich Patricia Rupard Jo Sealey Ida Belle Simpson Neomo Stewart Bette Stone Edna Thompson Betty Joan Weber 45 ,tg eventlr grade Qlfioms Barbara Jones Patricia Kelly Marjorie Welch Joan Wheeler Flossie Williams Roberta Zaring Farsi HON I Q1aSS 1f6lWl6lfiCS Director Mr. Schumann A Pretty Girl ls Like A Melody" S i lass Shakespeare! Ladies" "Cross Your Heart enior Q lass qglay H tage oor" Olga Brant . Mattie . Mary Harper . Mary McCune Bernice Niemeyer Madeleine Vauclain Judith Canliield Ann Braddock Kaye Hamilton Jean Maitland Bobby Melrose Louise Mitchell Susan Paige . Pat Devine Kendell Adams Terry Randall . Tony Gillette Mrs. Orcutt . Frank . Sam Hastings . Jimmy Devereaux Fred Powell . Lou Milhauser David Kingsley Keith Burgess . Dr. Randall Larry Wescott Billy . . Adolph Gretzl Cast oF Characters Director -- Mr. Schumann 0 Bettie Streich . Helen McHugh, Anna Simpson Betty Standley, Florence Wescott Donna Bateman, Glenda Stewart . Zona Nelle Lyons, Jeanne McHugh . . Sally Lyons, Helen Witte . Helen Compton, Tisha Braswell Carlene Summy . patty Pascoe, Nancy Hanlcs . Joan Edwards, Suzanne Love . Karen Daily, Frances Ann Cox . Carol Stamps, Lucille Frizelle . Wanda Wallcer, Mildred Johnson Joan Watson . Virginia Weber, Maxine Carlini . Betty Paterson, Mary Stambach Doris Pickett, Lucille Martin Ellen Fenwiclc . Donna Jean Thomas, Rosemary Forney , Ruby Sheader, Arvilla Milford . Earl Mowry, Donald Dennison . Charles Linebaclr, Herbert Pyle . . Loyd Mahan, Billy Smith . Forrest McCowan, Jack McElwain . Don Gordon, John Dolan . Jack Brant, Tom Davis Royal Cooper, Francis Webster Ingles Ferry, Lloyd Mahaliliey . Gene Pierceall, Bill Johnson . Jerry Dubray, Blaine Butterfield . . Dan Steward, Burl Reid unim' Glass qglay Ugg Quite with Qyudyv Director Mr Schumann fb- 'ik ,cn M Judy Foster . Melvin Foster Dora Foster Randolph Foster Hannah . . Barbara Winsoclnet Oogie Pringle Mitzi Hoffman Mr. Martindale Mrs. Hotchkiss . Eloise Hotchkiss Mrs. Shultzhammer Rex O'Conner Susie . . Cast ol: Characters Susanne Martin, Betty Sue Waymire . Bob Lee, Wilson Goddard Virginia Agee, Jaynne Cairns . . Bill Flemming, Bill Burlcs . Maureen Nolan, Sue Woodfill . Shirley Claunch, Barbara Smith . . Lynn Ewing, Gene Woody Mary Lou Caldwell, Beverly Maple . C. E. Fraley, George Faros . Melba Fields, Wanda Redburn . Vada Hubbard, lva Hendrix Beverly Etter, Alice Stafford . . Don Singleton, E. J. Overton . Christine Rutledge, Doris Welch D 4 w r--1' .i lmogene Ault Donna Ball: Juanita Caton Joan Chase Evelyn Cochran Ruth Culler Mary Davenport Irene Dunlield Marjorie Fast Romona Fields Maxine Freeland Helen Fry Patsy Geary Betty Lou Griggs Lucille Hamilton lva Hendrix Frieda Homrlghous Gerald Huston Ruth Johnson Barbara Jones ty Letha Kaler - 'Ili Nlarxrlxln Kal In kr ' t fe GM01' utuife omemakers of merica Patricia Kelly Frances Leonard Dorothy Mcflonnaughy Betty McGee Beverly McKee Betty Miler Mary Ochs lla Oliver Wanda Perrin Margaret pettibon Mary Pyle Ethel Qamsey Maxine Scott Velma Scott Wilma Shumalcer Elsie States Margaret Taylor Lois Thompson Joan Weber Mildred Whitehead Sue Wilhelmson Flnssie Williams Sponsor--Miss Wood President--Patsy Geary Vice president--lva Hendrix Secretary--Marylyn Kaup Treasurer--Margaret Taylor Song Leader--Wilma Shumalcer . Q , umm' a utuife omemaleevs of Ulimerfzca 'S 1 w T1 B f President--Betty Jo Estes Vice President--Mary Ann Rombach Secretary--Barbara Burris Treasurer--Kay Moss Reporter--Barbara Crites Song Leader--Ruth Limbaugh Patty Ballc Henrietta Belcher Joyce Bigham Peggy Bingle Sondra Bitner Eulala Bray Barbara Burris 'Delberta Burris Barbara Clark Norma Coffman Bonnie Cox Barbara Crites Barbara Dannelrer Sandra De Good Emma Jean Earll Betty Jo Estes Jo Ann Ford Darlene Erizelle Betty G-ire Elinor Hasl-.t Ginger Hiclcman Betty Holland Barbara Holmes Mary Hutchinson Ruth Limbaugh Kay Matthews Nancy Maxwell Mary Mccaifree Virginia MCG-ee Patsy McMillen Kay Moss Darlene Page Mary Poole Dorothy porter Sara purl Shirley Robertson Mary Ann Rombach Velma Russell Betty Saathofli Mary Sivadon Bonnie Stamps Lucille Standley Lorene Snmmy Betty Thompson Juanita Werst Helen Williams Phyllis Williams Evelyn Winfrey Joyce Winfrey Norma Jean Witte Shirley Wolf Wanda Woods Joan Yeolzum E utuife armers of Cflmerica . V ,,, j M., J, 'g ist' .. . E A i ' l 1 M i f: 'r-ra' ,,' -2 ' A g "ffl,-. '- l. ,. l 'N l W , 'i i- it W in 9 M '91 i A. 'K' fifrrklf "f" " - A Wei: J J N if 51 aw f L - as 1- U A .' V A A . ., . , I-, f H ' iz If N f -aiu..-. og-as MVN , 6 i 5, 8 VI, I 1 w , , Hl49'! intl' . is '-- i s Q ,tj XMQ R H l A '35 an 5 9 cg 1, "Q, 4 4 lm Q Y Q V A kuf:mmLM'f,Z V Q . M ' A f lk yr L x 9 i 2 N-fm, A g 9? f L --lsr at K J all an-Q fs. . ' .,.-n, 'rw-M L V -., - fu ' - 1 ifs- ,J D. - ,, xr H 1, J ,mf J .V,, A L L 4 . J: 1-I , at -,L -1 ' Agri V , Ask, ,li 1 lint. A-an ,Ang Y , t Q .,' " gg V ,alkv-'fa J V A -Q -, f Donald Adams James Allen Gene Brown Larry Brown Lon Brown Orville Butler Blaine Butterfield David Carpenter Bob Chrisenberry Joe Clyburn Donald Creamer Bill Culler Jess Daniels Don Darnell Floyd Drumeller Floyd Garrett Leland Garwood Delmar Gilmore Don Gordon Richard Greer Gene l-laase Lee l-leuser John Jeffries Bill Johnson Leonard Lanlcliord Hubert Leonard riwiw xlfrrwl P Le Roy McGarraugh Bob lvlitchum Albert Nichols Jack Norris J. D. Ochsner Burl pettibon Carroll Reed Donald Russell Bud Schulze Bill Shanks Jaclc Slates Bill Smith Loren Stone Roy Taylor Leroy Thorburn Kenneth Walker Kenneth Wells Orton Wilson Sponsor--Mr. Mahaffey President--Donald Gordon Vice President--Bill Smith Secretary--Lon Brown Treasurer--Blaine Butterfield Reporter--Loren Stone Sentinel--Orville Butler Hereford Call:--Donald Russell Prize Corn--James Allen i V f if-Tl. . T xg. . ll ' V f 1 ev-QQ. iii - --sun- O. l. C. Sow--Jaclcie Norris fr V- , ,ff M ' l 1 Lee Hauser r -nf M e-- . A Bexgkan D ah aj .- 5. ,X 9' ' . 9"'CUlfure Ill. Judgin i A Q Team 1..-- Hererw., V Q 5 ,Maxx Baby Beef Calf--Burl Pettrbon Hereford Beef Calves--Gene and Lon Brown N ,Leg 03" bbofenowo Feeder Pigs--Donald Russell M Angus Beef Calf:--Hubert Leonard EWe5"D0"mId Adams i its Niall!" . X My I. i 1 V ' fl I? ,, l ' 32,113 l4lii",i i l 5--X, - I I dqrt Qluli -fi Xa-as 'hxw Kiwi! w -6" 'Sf Non. 3 lg 2.5 , 2 'QC 91' ' 5 as 'J -Pc: Qual- M 4 I r W XX 'vii X Sponsor--Mrs. Rich , f President--Blanche Clemensen f .ll Vice President--Nelda Jo Means Y Secretary--Jaynne Cairns ,N Treasurer--lva Hendrix Reporter--Kenneth Martin l Jaynne Cairns The Art Club has enjoyed various experiences leading to the acquisition ol: lcnowledge, understand- ing, and appreciation. These Forms of art experiences have been in several mediums, namely: pen, pencil, tempra, water colors, pastels, crayon, Finger painting, soap carving, and oil. Emphasis was placed on lettering, drawing, color, and composition. Blanche Clemensen lva Hendrix Donald James Letha Kalier Kenneth Martin Nelda Jo Means Chester Miller Wanda Wallcer Wanda Weber Y-,hs-21. Ommfffvlkzl fub The Commercial Club has sixty-liour mem- bers. This number includes students taking bookkeeping, shorthand, and typing. This is the largest the club has been For many years, The duties of the club are collecting and selling waste paper and selling candy at Foot- ball and basketball games. Sponsor--Mrs. Kornhaus President--Virginia Weber Vice President--Sally Lyons Secretary--Carol Stamps Treasurer--Maxine Carlini Reporter--Zona Nell Lyons 5 time Qi V5 6-L jp X XL n-1 llx Donna Bateman Betty Byrnes Maxine Carlini Shirley Claunch Rosemary Clyburn Mary Ellen Couch Bill Cox Altha Ellis Mona Emery Beverly Etter Louetta Fanning Marjorie Fast Patsy Geary Johnnie Mae Gilbert Betty Lou Griggs Jean Marie Henry Helen Householder Crystal Huston Puth Johnson James Kafer lmogene Keithly Frances Leonard Allene Lindenman Charles Lineback Suzanne Love Sally Lyons -me . Zona Nell Lyons Beverly Maple Lois Martin Susanne Martin Eva McDowell Louise McFarland Helen McHugh Jeanne McHugh Pat Mikesell Jack Milligan Mary Jane Morgan Earl Mowry Betty Paterson Patty Pascoe Wanda Perrin Margaret Pettibon Doris Pickett Bill Pugh Mary Paddy Martha Jane Rooney Christine Rutledge Ruby Sheader Anna Simpson Barbara Smith Flossie Snead Mary Stambach Carol Stamps Betty Standley Glenda Stewart Margaret Taylor Wanda Walker Joan Watson Della Mae Weakley Virginia Weber Doris Welch Vance Welch Gail Whitworth Rose Lee Young th., F i i -tv! - i .,-,.-.,-...wvv A 4 The Library Club is made up of twelve members. All oF the members worlc in the senior high library at some time during the day. There are two librarians worlcing in the library each period. Their worlc is to check out books to the students and replace the card in the bool: when it is returned. They assist students in finding the boolcs they wish. They are instructed by their capable sponsor, Mrs. O. E. lnwood. Sponsor--Mrs. lnwood President--l-lillis l-lerren Vice President--Martha Jane Rooney Secretary--Frances Ann Cox Reporter--Jeanne Mcl-lugh Frances Ann Cox Jim Gust l-lillis l-lerren Letha KaFer Sally Lyons Lucille Martin Jeanne Mcl-lugh Chester Miller Cgibraify lub l cience Qluln Front Row--Clifford Brown, Donald Ritter, Arthur Leason, Joan Watson, Helen Witte, Jack Vernon Edmiston Second Row--l-larold Rawlings, Richard Holland, Donna Bate- man, Tisha Braswell, Patty Pascoe Velma Reasoner mr. Back Row--Carl Lewis, Jack Milligan, Jack Brant, Francis Martha Jane Rooney Webster' Jr' Florence Wescoat V ,A 4'S Stanley Williams gif: F Xe will W xi ilk llliigirr X369 S usmsgax WHKGXXO Ycewea A Q0 , vb l C- ut 15 4 tl-'CI' S5363 C 0 . KBCXQX ixngxofioi up N QYSK. 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Stump. He ig bchool. QM Bass Robert Belknap Tisha Braswell Tommy Braun Richard Colitman Robert Edmiston Hubert Fox Bill Hamblin Nancy Hanks Richard Holland Bobby Hoplcins Marylyn Kaup Charles Linebaclc Robert Linebaclc Suzanne Love I .f I ',i Bob Mathis Betty Paterson Fred Renwiclc, Jr. Bernard Roberts Bob Schiebrel Diclc Scott Grant Smith Harvey Stump Dave Todd Robert Tracy John Voss Wanda Wallcer Donald West Jackie Wilhelmso Helen Witte fl Four teams ot the Nevada Rifle Club are competing in the National Postal Matches conducted by the National Ritle Associa- 'iffivr Wir Z 'War The club is again entering the William Randolph Hearst Match tion oF Washington, D. C. So Far the results are as Follows: Open Team Division A, Fourth among l92 teamsg lnterscholastic Team Division B, thirty-First among l57 teams: Cub Team Division C, six- teenth among IOQ teamsg Girls' Team Division D, Fourth among 52 with two teams. Last year third place in the Middlewest Area was WON. ln April two teams will enter the national shoulder-to-shoulder matches sponsored by the National Rifle Association. These I matches will be held in St. Louis, and the Leon Ogier Post No. 2, American Legion oi: Nevada, the sponsoring organization, has agreed to a generous contribution ot Funds For the expenses ot the trip. The club is very grateful For this and all other courtesies. The sponsors and members are very proud ol- Betty Paterson who last summer won the Senior Girls' lndividual Championship of summer camp competition in the United States and Canada with a score ol: l89 out ot a possible 200, shooting ten shots prone and ten shots standing. 1 ima 01 Nev 0 fm one 12 Q15 Q '7-91 ll, S 1 R' 1i?'g1zrco::os"5 'eiifiismgni 'fvb zlnandojr byDer,y,':1atch2.v ,hated .wh fb doc D12 f"1r 6. .v " uf 'be "fel, 111 me omblhe-91-Grill ehsduld '76 ff0hesNHzf0e"hg"' pfsfhe "le ofbze' 171-0 176 ' nal jfs 'SI Wllli use W. 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