New Cambria High School - Trojan Yearbook (New Cambria, MO)
- Class of 1947
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Text from Pages 1 - 80 of the 1947 volume:
Prepared by the students of New Cambria High School
Neola Her r in
To you, the students
who will enjoy this book
in the years to come--to
you we dedicate this book
NEW CAMBRIA HIGH SCHOOL
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Ola Lawson, Pres.
Aubrey Chrisman, Sec '
Berno Billeter , Treas.
Albert Dunharn, Jr.
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Mildred jones, Music Ig Math, English tg Commerce
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Harold Peterson Sarah Marie Blair
Elnora York R' -I' Bevan
CLASS HIS TOR Y
The senior class of 1947 entered the New Cambria
High School in 1943, with an enrollment of twenty-one.
In our second week of high school life we were initiated
by the sophomores. In November our school building
was destroyed by fire. We finished our freshman year
up overthe post office.
We embarked on our sophomore year with Violette
Webster as a new member. We used the town hall as
our school building. The pleasure of initiating the fresh-
men was ours--although we did nothing desperate.
School began in our third year and we had only seven
members. However, in December we had an addition to
our small number, Sarah Marie Blair. This year we
presented our first high school play, "When A Woman
Decides." Of course, the high light of the year was our
.Tunior and Senior Banquet. This was held at the Travel-
ier in Macon.
This year is the last and most precious of them all.
We can look back and then recall the many swell times
we have had. Our play for this year was entitled, "Here
LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF THE CLASS OF
1947 OF NEW CAMBRIA HIGH SCHOOL
Be it remembered that we, the class of 1947 of New Cambria High
School, situated in the town of New Cambria, the County of Macon, the
state of Missouri, being in our usual unsound state of mind and memory
but mindful of our approaching dismemberment, do make, publish and
declare this our last will and testament, hereby revoking all former
wills by us made.
After the payment of all our debts, funeral charges, grudges and
expenses of administration, we dispose of our estate as follows:
To the Freshmen: Just a little sound advice--follow in our foot-
steps to become great men and women.
To the Sophomores: The privilege of using our typewriters next
To the Class of '48: Our discarded title of Seniors.
We hope you won't discard these as Lt they were mere trifles, but
will make good use of them as we can no longer use them.
To our sponsor, Mr. Paul Wickless, we bequeath our friendship,
on a personal as well as educational basis.
Eileen Hayes wills Lloyd Long to Marie Burk--here's hoping she
uses as good a technique as Eileen did.
Sarah Marie Blair wills her beautiful hair to Dorothy Jones. Der-
wood will be calling her his "little glamour girl."
Elnora York wills Leonard Beale to Evelyn Thompson, and her
typing ability to Anna Merle Croy.
Violette Webster. wills .Terry Jones her other half of the typing
bookg her ability to ice skate to Leonard Beale.
R. J'. Bevan wills his tall, dark and handsome features to Junior
Muncy. Although Junior doesn't need much help with a certain Junior
Harold Peterson wills his saxaphone to Neola Herrin. Wishing
her lots of luck with it.
Bertha Shatto wills her studiousness to Darlene Whisenand' and
her geometry aptness to Marilyn Fox.
Walter Levett leaves his bubble gum to Wynona Henry: his height
to Charles Hulett.
The Seniors of the New Cambria High School
"HERE COMES CHARLIE"
A Play in Three Acts
Nora Malone, cook at the Elliott home . . .
Tim McGril1, Nora's sweetheart .....
Larry Elliott, young businessman. . .
Ted Hartley, Larry's college pal . . .
Mrs. Fanny Farnham, Larry's aunt by marriage. . .
Vivian Smythe -Kersey, Larry's fiancee . .
Uncle Aleck Twiggs, in charge of Charlie. . .
Charlie Hopps, Larry's ward .............
Mrs. Caroline Smythe-Kersey, Vivian's mother. . .
Mortimer Smythe -Kersey, Vivian's brother ....
. . Elnora York
. .Jesse Webster
. . . .R. J. Bevan
. Harold Peterson
Sarah Marie Blair
. . Bertha Shatto
. . Walter Levett
. Violette Webster
. . . Eileen Hayes
. . . Bobby Muncy
Place--Larry Elliott's home in a suburb of St. Louis, Mo.
SYNOPSIS OF ACTS
Act I. Living room of Larry Elliott's suburban home, about three o'clock of
an afternoon in late summer. During the act the curtain is lowered for a few
moments to indicate the lapse of one hour.
Act II. Same as in Act I. Two weeks later at about 4:30 P. M.
Act III. Same as in the previous acts. Late afternoon in June, eleven months
OTHER SENIOR ACTIVITIES
Most of the juniors and seniors went on a Weiner roast in September. An en
joyable time was spent finding sticks on which to roast the weiners, and material
with which to build a fire.
The senior girls and one junior girl got their first lesson in salesmanship.
We ventured to Macon, where four girls remained to campaign the town for ads
The other two girls motored to Ethel, Bevier, Callao and New Cambria.
In January we went to Brookfield to have our pictures taken. Gress Studio
did the work. A good time was had by all.
,Last night my subconscious mind took me ten years hence: these are the, memories on
the morning after:
I was traveling across the United States. My first stop was in New York City at the
Stork Club. To my surprise, whom should I see but R. J. Bevan playing his clarinet as the
leader of the orchestra. I never dreamed that back in 1947 I'd ever see R. I. in New York.
Being in a hurry, I traveled on to Washington D. C. I arrived there on the day of the
election. Imagine my surprise when I found Walter Levett running for President! The Re-
publicans will be in for good when Walter gets in.
Feeling my welcome was worn out with Walter, I traveled on to Kansas City, Missouri. E
Going to an address Walter had given me I found Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Mulnix and Junior.
The Mrs., formerly Miss Sarah Marie Blair, seemed well satisfied.
Moving on toward Nevada, I stopped temporarily in Reno. At the El Dorado Night Spot
who do you think I saw? The former Violette Webster. After inquiring how she happened
to be there, I learned she had just received a divorce from-Monsieur Beaucaire, the notea
French actor. Now she was shopping for her fifth spouse.
Traveling on to California, I wanted to see all the movie stars. Looking for a good movie
I found that HERE COMES CHARLIE, the senior play back in 1947, had become famous as
a moving picture. Starred in the movie was my old schoolmate, Elnora York. She had
gone far since I last saw her in New Cambria High.
Stopping off in Phoenix, Arizona, I looked up my old friend, Harold Peterson, who was
preaching the Gospel in a little church out in the sticks. I stayed with Harold a few days --
I couldn't help but notice the change in him since the last time I saw him in '47,
On my way nome.1 tnought of all the old friends I had seen. Wanting to see them all I
drove to Wein, Missouri. I heard the former Bertha Shatto lived there with her husband,
Elmo Gladback, and the little Gladbacks.
Finding them all happy, I drove on to New Cambria. When I arrived home I learned
Mother was to have guests for dinner. --- Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Long. Mrs. Long was the
former Eileen Hayes, her husband, Lloyd, is now mayor of the town.
With this last experience I heard someone calling me from down stairs. My dream
was ended --- But who knows, my dream may come true within the next ten years.
Marie Burk Marilyn Fox Wy-nona Henry Daflene Whisenand
junior Muncy Anna Merle Croy Neola Herrin Lloyd Lonl,
Evelyn 'Thompson I
jerry jones Leonard Beale Dorothy Jongg
The J'unior Class met and was organized on September 8, 1946. The of-
ficers elected were,
Sponsor --- ---- ---Mrs. Jones
President ------- ---Marilyn Fox
Vice President --------- ---- N eola Herrin
Secretary and Treasurer ------ -Dorothy Jones
Among the many activities was a weiner roast on the Edwin Jones farm
north of town. The Juniors also took part in the box supper.
"BUSY AS A BEAVER"
A play in three acts
Presented by the Junior Class
Directed by Mrs. Mildred Jones
Gaylord Clayton - - --------------------------- - -
Donna Clayton --
Iudy Clayton --
Polly Clayton - - -
fin the real estate business,
fhis frivolous wife,
ftheir pretty young daughter,
Qtheir studious young son,
fthe Clayton' s maid,
fGay1ord' s wealthy sister,
- - - Lloyd Long
-- Marilyn Fox
- - - Neola Herrin
Anna Merle Croy
- - - Wynona Henry
fwho has her eyes cast in Prescott's direction,
Phelps Webb ---------------- ---- ------------------------- Leonard Beale
fwho is always busy as a beaver,
Bedelia Shannon -------------------------- ------------ D elora McE1haney
ffrom the Emeral Isle,
Miriam Day ------------ ----------------------------------- D orothy Jones
fwho embarks on a new adviture,
Mrs. Josephine Ripley ------------------------------- - --- Marie Burk
fwho wants to buy a house,
Lynn Fuller --------------- f -------------------------- Darlene Whisenand
fAunt Pol1y's efficient secretary,
Herbert HOWSOI1 ----------------------------- f- ------- ---- J' unior- Muncy
Q a wealthy business man,
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1 'r second year with election
The sophomore class sailed into t1e1
of the following officers:
Secretary and Treasurer
' ' itiation party for our new friend
Our first activity was an in .
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' einer roast.
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BACK ROW, left to right: joe Mitchg Donald Frasierp Kenneth Haung
Buddy Skinnerg Dale Lawsong Billy Gatesg Daniel Shoemakerg
Norma Mulnixg Warren Yorkg Miss Lawrence, Sponsor.
FRONT ROW, left to right: Bobby Beale: Charles Hulettg Lawrence Levett
Billy Evansg Cleo Siemensg Edward Refeirtg David jamesg
Officers elected by the freshman class are,
President Bobby Beale
Vice President Daniel Shoemaker
Cleo Mae Siemens
Secretary and Treasurer
A few weeks after school begun we were invited to an initiation
party given by the ,sophomores -- the fun was at our expense. e
entertained the sophomores with a party in October. Later in Oct
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are some of the poems written by the students:
by Bobby Beale
The farmer is a jolly man,
Feeds the chickens in their pan
He also has to slop and feed the hog,
And stop and pet and feed the dog.
The farmer has to fence and put up hay,
Some times this goes on all day,
He has to chase and shoo,
And all the other chores to do.
Then there's the milking to be done,
And the separator to be run,
Then th'ere's the cats to feed
And also the big black steed.
And when he goes to bed,
Puts a pillow neath his head,
Then'he goes to sleep that way
And when he wakes it's another day.
by Norma Mulnix
Sometimes our teachers are kind,
And sometimes we really won't mind,
But when they give us a hard look,
We know they mean to study a book.
They hardly ever call us down,
But gee! They really have a frown.
I don't think they are so bad, '
Even if our English teacher says,
"You, make me mad. "
Or when our 'math teacher says,
"Have you worked those fractions ? "
Believe me, we really go into some actions.
And the professor says, "Answer the roll cal1."L
Many students are out in the hall,
But they usually get there in time.
To keep from paying the fine.
by R. J. Bevan
The centers jump!
The people squallf '
It's the dear old game of basketball.
Time passes on.
Game's in a heat!
And neither team has known defeat.
The quarter bell rings,
The men flop down
Like a worn out fighter who has gone a round
A sub goes in.
The game is tough.
And one of the players has gotten too rough.
The last nell rings.
The game is done. A
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FUELS - DISTILLATES - GASOLIN E - KEROSENE
FARM TANKS FURNISHED
PHONE 1 BEVIER, MISSOURI
Bank of New Cambria
I. W. Updyke
DODGE - PLYMOUTH SALES AND SERVICE
JUNCTION HI-WAY 63 AND 36
ARROW SHIRTS KNOX HATS
MYRON RYTHER --- DICK WRIGHT
MEN '.S WEAR
SOCIETY 'BRAND CLOTHES - OSH-KOSH B'GOZSH OVERALLS
BUICK - OLDSMOBILE - CHEVROLET SALES
' GENERAL MOTORS SUPER SERVICE
OFFICIAL A A A GARAGE
OPEN 24 HOURS WE NEVER CLOSE
A. I. Noll
acorn Motor Parts, In
REPLACEMENT PARTS AN D SHOP EQUIPMENT
219 VINE STREET MACON, MISSOURI
2154 --PHONES-- 2155
acon - Atlanta State
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 35135000.00
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Lampe Drug Store
CHARLES D. LAMPE, REGISTERED PHARMACIST
PHONE 61 NEW CAMBRIA, MISSOURI
HOME COOKED MEALS FAVORITE BEVERAGES
CANDY -- CIGARETT ES -- CIGARS
PHONE 74 NEW CAMBRIA, MISSOURI
Thomas Bros. Garage
PARTS AND ACCESSORIES
PHONE 65-W NEW CAMBRIA, MISSOURI
Farmers Exchange NO. 49
BUYERS OF' EGGS - POULTRY - CREAM - WOOL - HIDES
WE SELL FEED - SEED - GROCERIES - YVIREI
CUSTOM GRINDING LIVESTOCK HAULING
WE BUY HOGS ON MONDAYS, THURSDAYS AND FRIDAYS
PHONE 75 NEVV CAMBRIA, MISSOURI
Lawson Implement Co.
ALLIS-CHALMERS TRACTORS AND FARM MACHINERY A
PHONE 40-W NEW CAMBRIA, MISSOURI
New Cambria Lumber Co.
WE HANDLE LUMBER - SHINGLES - PAINT
CEMENT - LIME
PHONE 99 NEW CAMBRIA, MISSOURI
J. E. Oilleland 84 Son
FURNITURE - UNDERTAKIN G - JEWELRY
PHONE 66-W NEW CAMBRIA, MISSOURI
A. Verne Baker Abstract Co.
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY
"INSURANCE OF ALL KINDSH
"THE ORIGINAL ABSTRACT BOOKS OF MACON COUNTY"
ARSTRACTS -- LOANS -- INSURANCE
LICENSED REAL ESTATE 'BROKER
JEFFERSON HOTEL BUILDING IVIACON, MISSOURI
Marche I-I. G. F. Grocery
GRQGERIES AND MEAT5
U PHONE 81
GENERAL MERCHANDISE -- QUALITY FOODS
FOOD LOCKERS -- HARDWARE -- BOTTLE GAS
JUNE POWELL SHOPPE
Ladies' Ready-to-Wear - Hosiery - Lingerie - Costume Jewelry
Infants' and Children's Wear
Your Friendly Store
BEN FRANKLIN STORE
Butler Brothers Distributor
Gas - Oil - Wrecker Service
COLVILLE STANDARD STATION
Ross Colville, Prop.
Junction 36 and 63 Phone 2367
Junction 36 and 63
J. B. Morris, Prop.
Steaks and Fried Chicken
Best Wishes to the Class of 1947
NEW YO-RK STORE
Dry Goods -- Shoes -- Ready-to-W ear
BUCKLEY SHELL SERVICE
Complete Shellubrication -- Battery Charging -- Tires
Tubes -- Batteries
Dial 2012 Macon, Missouri
WRIGHT AUTO SUPPLY
Parts for All Cars - Trucks - Tractors
209 Ruloey Street Phone 2101 Macon, Missouri
106 E. Illinois Street Phone 96 'Kirksville, Missouri
McAFEES' PLAYMORE POOL PARLOR
RICHMON DS TIRE SHOP I
Grant Batteries - New Tires Sz Tubes - Recapping
Phone 2495 Macon, Missouri
International Trucks - McCormick-Deering Farm Machines
Sales and Service
LAMB IMPLEMENT COMPANY
A Oren J. Uimmiej Lamb
Phone 2612 A Macon, Missouri
RICHARDSON TRACTOR SALES
Ernest Richardson -- E. E. Sanford
Parts - Tractors - Implements
206 N. Rubey Street Telephone 2245
STANFIELD SERVICE STATION
Standard Oil Products
Minor Repairs - Fan Belts - Etc.
Phone 84 Ethel, Missouri
We Specialize in H. G. F. and Jack Sprat Foods
Meats - Wolverine Shoes - General Merchandise
Phone 32 Ethel, Missouri
Drinks --- Lunches
Phone 38 Ethel, Missouri
CHRISMAN AND GREEN
Hardware and Appliances
Phone 23 New Cambria, Missouri
BURNAMS SUPER MARKET
The Store of Better Quality Groceries - Meats and Vegetables
Also Dealers in Cargill Feeds
Our Aim is to Market Farm Products at the Highest Prices
the Legitimate.Market Affords, and to sell other Supplies at the
Lowest Possible Prices
Phone 78 Ethel, Missouri
RAY BUSTER'S SERVICE STATION
Gas - Oil - Tire Repair
New Cambria, Missouri
BAUER AND HORN PRODUCE COMPANY
Cash 'Buyers of Poultry - Eggs - Cream
Pillsburys Best Feeds
Phone 43 New Cambria, Missouri
A. L. KRUEGER, Optometrist
Your Eyes Are Your Greatest Asset
R. Z. CASON
For Insurance of All Kinds
Farm and Automobile Insurance a Specialty
Reliable Protection at a Saving
DR. E. P. KEITH
Telephone 2337 Macon, Missouri
Portraits - Commercial - Photo Supplies - Photo Finishing
109 E. Bourke Street Macon, Missouri
ROMET G. BRADSHAW, County Clerk
"The Common School is the Greatest Discovery
Made 'By Man." Horace Mann.
MARY F. GRAVES, Macon County Superintendent of Schools
For the Finest in Dry Cleaning
All Woolens Moth Proofed ---- No Extra Cost
3rd Door North Jefferson Hotel Phone 2065
LEWIES SWEET SHOP
MACON TEA 8: COFFEE STORE
MOORE'S SHOE SHOP
LUCILLE BEAUTY SHOPPE
MACON COUNTY MOTOR CO.
MACON LAUNDRY 8: DRY CLEANING PLANT
HARRY MILLIRON, The Barber New Cambria, Missouri
WE WISH TO THANK THE ADVERTISERS
FOR HELPING MAKE THIS BOOK
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