Nixa High School - Eagle Yearbook (Nixa, MO)

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History Library IN rth !..,,c,.,..dcnOO Branch Highway 24 eil Spring G E Independence, M0 64050 iiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiiigiiiiiiiI NIXAIEAGLE VGLUME IV PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENTS Of NIXA HIGH SCHOOL I NIXA, MISSOURI 1945 DONATION JULY 1997 orewnrrl The things We did are memories, and the dreamed yesterday are In years to come, the yesterday dreams we realities. realities of today become memories. 1 Our aim in presenting this book "The Nixa Eagle" of 1945, is to help you preserve, for years to come, the remembranees of "Life Il at Nixa School during the year of l945. ' ' gl 7 i -1 '53 is , 'f . Y J - - fill Lf 'Q nl 1 L 1 5' 'bf' - r 'QL r 1 . x- .i . . r X-:M--fig , ' -F 1 X' ' .,f' , M. h N ,rx ' , ' A f -'Q ' - . 11 .- ' 135' lf'i-- a rf Qjifmj .2 3' fl -- , -,"'.f ,YEQV V Ay, -.ezveggz-5-' , 5, 4' I .- 5 , "Q ' , , 'ight ?' Q-2'u:52Zfglaiff3f f"' Q -,- 34 ' ,er ' w-f- . , - , gf? 211355233 - "ef - ,ig ' - -v-'b.ff"u1f.'5-' f'41gp' I -"-'I 1:52 . 1 - , ' iqkxf tif. 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Wasson has been practicing medicine since l886. He has rendered many serv- ices to the Nixa community. Dr. Wasson still is serving his community as a physician. He has served as school physician for many years. Mrs. Mary Inman has been teaching school for over forty years. She has taught many of the parents of the present students. She has served her community well and still is doing so. The Rev. B. Frank West has been preaching the Gospel of Christ for about fifty years. He has been pastor of the Nixa Christian Church for the past forty-five years. He also has taught school for many years. He still is rendering valuable services to the school as President of the Board of Education and to the church as a minister. This book is dedicated to Dr. Wasson, Mrs. Inman, and the Reverend West, as a token of ap- preciation for the services they have rendered the Nixa com unity. THE SCHOOL F l T f y. f H? ' 1 5 llgig SCHOOL SONG l Mid the hills of glorious Gzarks Stands the school we love All her standards are the highest Guided from above. More than wealth we value school life Short as it may be. This great band of high school comrades 1- United will always be. Hail to Nixa! Nixa High! To you we'll all be true. YI' We will cheer thy name forever Staunchly we'l1 back you. 3 1 1 A 1 P? 2 TABLE 5 1 s ! 5 1 f OF CONTENTS E fg 7T snxS4Yal1on W Qs '., Sipov-4:5 ..--.., CKO-5525 -- --W Y 'xgx' Ftczrlunyes ,-1 K-X! Depavfmenlg.. fi lqeiuzvlrnsmenla- . X ,lk Acilulfses S-Z - -X X-I i xl ,, 1 f Q1 ,. u H M. i S 5 H Q E 1 'i' - gi,- X-.X LDYYW Cfoinci 430 H566 U LLJCLY14' 'lo come olongi? S A-NS X SLGZQ, . 'N f . . cruise Honor Boll , . . Roger Asher Arnold Aven Etsel Ball Wayne Burns Kenneth Carter Bill Childers Bill Cleland Dorrell Cline Eldon Cline F. B. Curbow Jammie Dean Burl Faught Wallace Fitzpatrick Leslie Flood BOYS IN SERVICE Fred Payne Paul Payne Buford Pruitt Russell Pruitt 'M Olis Rhea Eugene Rice Burl Seals Glen Seals Chas. Tack Lester Stewart, Jr Bob Butrick Glen Turner Lindville Cox J. L. Frazier Cecil Jarrard John Grubaugh Neal Grubaugh Boyd Hawkins Stanley Ball J. W Roy Chas Renfro J. T. Battenourg Chas. Battenburg Paul Young Ward Glenn Lee R. Hyde Leslie Painter Blond McCroskey Jimmy Cooksey H. A. Bodanske Richard Nichols Hobart Sissel Leonard Phelps Roger Melton Russell Powell Glen Mason Merle LaRue Stanley Blevins Edwin Johnson Willard Taylor Glenn Tennis Ralph Wisener Jack Painter Ralph Cline Jimmy Tennis Raymond Maples Roy Maples Adrian Rhea Roger Iorge Howard McConnell Raymond Sanders Milton Young Almus Rhea William Little J. J. McConnell Richard McConnell JackRMcLean James Middleton Jack Nokes Paul Norton Ross Doran Bobby Grainge Fred Willoughby VG . D i ASRFSFQ slglilffln Russell Wood Floyd Hasty Neal Koch J. L. Moore Rollin D. Moore Jack Herndon Bill Bass Eugene Fox R. L. Nezbed Mack Allen Roy Seals Wayne Jernigan Adolph Ray Donald Meese Roy Davis George Little Robert Wasson John Wasson Eugene Haworth HOWHPG Herndon Eusene Hughes Max Kinser ix lg Hershel Haworth, Jr Wilourn Moore Russell McConnell Marion Willoughby J. D. Hedgpeth Clyde Flood Tommy Gilbert Larry Evans Bob Burns Earl Rogers Donald Cook Earl Cook Cletus Faught Loren Cloud Calvin Cloud Leo Little James Steury Harold MeSpadden Richard Gregg Bill Martin Ralph Payne Joe Pruitt Joe Melton Frank Edwards Arvel Blevins Gerald Daum Junior Roy I Winifred Gooch Wallace Avery Stanley Pruitt John Pruitt Raymond Landers Clarence Shult Bill Null Earl Pruitt Clint Pruitt Cletus Nelson Leon Owen Victor Wood Harold Bass Jack Meyers Lester Martin Lowell Martin Howard Payne Robert Ward Elmo Gideon Lowell Jones John Bussard Elburn Ragsdale Bob Flenniken ,.x' 5 J CQ?-4 CAN, YE?l 57:31 2 QQ ADMINISTRATICN , -ia-Im , - ., , ' ,f ' , , , , 4,1 f ' , ,----' ' ,,.,.f-..:, A 5 , 'Q - A- A,-4 ,-S ff- -F K , . 1, . 4 ,,.. U. f-' - 471- - -jg-5 3 . .. ' -s. '- ,,- fuf- - z. 5 rx - ,H f...... 4 :1-if-1' I , .51"f13k7':4'l7-l'..'f1-" '-4 , ' -- --'YJ f 7557 i 'flfi ,Tk -.T-if . .: I- A I ,, -----w, V HL K A -.,. -- , I-,,.f.,,,.,.:l A, -,,'Lwf,.,,.. 7. 1 M V s, .,.. L.- - "ff .-,.. ' " ' - ' - ,- . .f-- - - - - .,.:,.- , X. -1-. , ,', 57, - 4... Mil Q. V 4 .1 .. - " gm- 'ff' , ' ff' " Li. ,L-.vi . . " , ,,.,L 1 -19'-- s.... A 1- , 'W , 'f , .,, ,f PA-, Lv 4vL.?L-,v - .1 1: . o'-fb-+L-oo-M -7 -"o:-,Q - "" 1 1' lffff, If 55,-:.':.,L..----Q---1-'-" "' K V ,- The Captain looks over I his ship BOARD OF ED CATIO Q , e W5 , r fy - 29' 7 B. FRANK WEST PRESIDENT EMIL GRANGE E Secretary KYLE KELTNER Treasurer Member mx L, 4 if S f MM N ' K, ,QA X l N 84 ,H , Q fx ,f Sw ,Ay--1,yz::e: A -... xa I lf ls, O, A ww LM - N. Nr.-hm X -NK x . w-,,Wq.N X ,Q nn., ' ' X 1 ' W XS? aQ' . ,n S 2 ry X XX E+.. K " Q 2 qv. CLIFFORD SCHAEFER Vice-President CHARLES COX LAWRENCE Mccraosmzy Member Member BRAIN GF THE FLEET SUPERINTENDENT WILLIAM R. MACE SUPERINTENDENT SECOND SEMESTER Although we live in a rapidly changing world, I have faith in the youth of America to be- lieve they will play their part in solving all future world problems. -gb dsvlf ,, ,. - , ,., -Y Y - . -or-mm -- e- +--.T T-.3 -4sg+1L1.-x-.-m-,:fvsnu:..:s.-..:.-aeg-er:-e:1?FQ-4v"'S -f . Q ... --..- -r , . :-:AJ A 4- - - - - flare f 41-,-5 ,ggf A Y - SU PERINTEN DENT A BEN J. FOSTER SUPERINTENDENT , SECOND SEMESTER Healthy American communities are char- acterized by their enterprises and al- legiance to all worth-while causes. My brief acquaintence in this community and with this school impresses me with their spirit of progressiveness. fa BEN' PRf MAT CLE CC MAT SENI Nl GRAC SOCIA . BEN J. FOSTER PRINCIPAL SCIENCE and MATHMATICS CLEO RAINEY COMMERCE and MATHEMATICS SENIOR SPONSOR NEWSPAPER ANNUAL GRACE OLINGER SOCIAL STUDIES FRESHEEN SPONSOR FREEMAN GLENN COACH PHYSICAL EDUCATION SEVENTH GRADE IU! NMRY JANE POLLAND VOCATIONAL HOME ECONOMICS JUNIOR SPONSOR LULA BISHOP Tisfy ENGLISH and- MUSIC SOPHOMORE SPONSOR M S. MARY INMAN EIGHTH GRADE VILLA ANN GLENN ROOM FOUR FOURTH and FIFTH LOUISE BRODHACKEB ROOM ONE GRADE ONE FACULTY 'ELNOHA KINSER GRADE PRINCIPAL BOOM THREE THIRD and FOURTH GRADES IRENE YOUNG ROOM FIVE GRADE SIX HLMA COOK ROOM TWO GRADE TWO "' .. .. ., . V .- b- , -1f,-.f4f44f::'22 7i PES?1f:rf,:f-523fgifzil- " , A -I n ' I - , L gg -,je -ggzfv'--,,: 'p Z. Y N ' ' - M ' ' " IR IPAL ES NG 'E K v D ,f ,. CLASSES A B we vo W ga - ,, 1 X NIORS Jack Gardner President . ',,:--'-ri-. -- .f ' P5 1 ' 3 - ' r , A 'ns' f Q , , X 0 5 A O Q Q 9 1' X Q 9' i. 2 l U !l,! i M. Q '2 ,Jil V al, x T I 'x- KZ xx I ,i A ,lf W t A if T x' jf ,Q . - l A i g - , I 1 I u X asses.: 7 X, 'INV' :'.:"1Yf 4 'Q :Q '-+f.wf'?G-X K' 'f rw.e,arr5we3M K-' "3 -'15,-Lfgz, IW:--, .34- - 1' ' f. x A .4-. V1. M -N r H ki :,4M.Qm-,f.jn3,3f51,:A Q 'QQ Fern Koch Seo'y - Treasurer nQUEB Baskei Nina E Club, Eagle BETTY Pep Sc Orohe: Commez Softbz ci1,I Drum C ETTA Nixai Life, Orohe JENET Drumt Club, Sohoo Nixal MRS. Spons Pep S Comme Schoo LUREN Jolly ROGER FITZPATRICK Basketball, Softball, Nixa School Life, Glee Club, Commercial Club, Eagle Club. BETTY'WASSON Pep Squad, Glee Club, Orchestra, Nixa Eagle, Commercial.Club, Trio, Softball, Student Coun- cil, Nixa School Life, Drum Corps, Glee Club. ETTA JEAN DUNHAM Nixa Eagle, Nixa School Life, Commercial Club, Orchestra, Glee Club. JENET TATUM Drum Corps, Commercial Club, Pep Squad, Nixa School Life, Glee Club, Nixa Eagle. MRS. RAINEY Sponsor of Senior Class, Pep Squad, Nixa Eagle, Commercial Club, Nixa School Life, Senior Play. LURENE MAPLES Jolly Eckers Glee Club SENIORS 3 '4,,1:f"N ' W JACK GARDNER Basketball, Commercial Club, Glee Club, Soft- ball, Eagle Club, Nixa School Life, Student Council. FERN KOCH Nixa School Life, Nixa Eagle, Glee Club, Jolly Eckers, Pep Squad, Drum Corps, Com ercial Club. JENNA'TATUM Orchestra, Drum Corps, Nixa School Life, Nixa Eagle, Pep Squad, Glee Club. GEORGE ELM R YOUNG, JR. Basketball, Softball, Eagle Club, Glee Club, Nixa School Life, Com- mercial Club. A. J. HUNTER Softball, Glee Club, Nixa School Life, Com- mercial Club. PATSY DARR Nixa School Life, Trio, Softball, Drum Corps, Commercial Club, Nixa Eagle, Orchestra, Pep Squad. LOIS C Glee C Commex Corps, Nixa I Life. KYLE K Studex ball, Schooi Glee C Club, BOBBY Glee VONDA Glee MILD? Glee Nixa Eagle RICHA Glee EF' . f -153 ,-, lfrrfggf' ',+f .f--1- ,-12: :, '- rcial Soft- Nixa ent Nixa Jolly , Drum Club. iorps, C Nixa , Glee BTG, JR. Dall, Club, , Com- llub, u, COII1- a, Trio Eorps, , Nixa L, Pep LOIS COOKSEY Glee Club, Pep Squad, Commercial Club, Drum Corps, Student Council, Nixa Eagle, Nixa School Life. KYLE CARTER Student Council, Basket- ball, Softball, Nixa School Life, Nixa Eagle, Glee Club, Commercial Club, Eagle Club. BOBBY GLIDEWELL Glee Club VONDA HAGUEWOOD Glee Clubg Jolly Eckers. MILDRED MANESS Glee Club, dolly Eckers, Nixa School Life, Nixa Eagle, Com ercial Club. RlCHARD JONES Glee Club SENIORS fi -ax dir . f-mr: - f"2'Iffi'i5-,52 3 . , Nil' 1 ' S :vh,w?Q'x,- 2 .A ' ' '- 'A ,f tp A V I 4 ,5 ,hp ,H ,. 16 '-31: K3 Y-vs ' , 1 -.-wer.: Q-15,.-,-...,-5gv3w:-P--s-u-gus-?"-"1-:"1:H5-5: : .--, 1 ' 1 E J ,- ..- SENIORS GERALD DORAN Basketball, Nixa Eagle, Nixa School Life, Glee Club, Commercial Club, Eagle Club. ' LOU ANN GAM LE Glee Club, Nixa School Life, Nixa Eagle, Jolly Eckers, Pep Squad, Drum Corps, Commercial Club. MARY ELLEN RICE Glee Club, Pep Squad, Orchestra, Com ercial Club, Nixa School Life, Nixa Eagle, Softball, Trio, Drum Corps, Secfy to Superintendent. SHERMAN PRUITT C1812 Pri Basketball, Glee Club, Bosal Eagle Club, Softball., Vice Nixa School Life, Nixa Eagle, Commercial Club, Student Council. JOHN PAUL STEINERT Glee Club, Nixa School Life, Nixa Eagle. JUNITA BOLIN BGtt Nixa School Life, Jolly , 596+ Eckers, Glee Club, Nixa Eagle, Commercial Club. -LL1.1:aaE,s'airegjggiiaI-r-5155-...ggi-iI,:.4.3a.i,3a:2.1.,g.,,,5, 15,1---:.g.?, hgpi... f 1 . -A . r 1 , . l 3 x 1 f I A' H I E EE agle, , Glee Club, fl if? ' chool pr Jolly Q, , Drum V 0 W'- u IT U Had, cial Life, all, Seo'y fl Club, 2 all, Nixa ff Chm, f fe :T F School ' A . Jolly m, Nixa . 0 2- JUNIORS .4011 Clara Harding President Rosale Maynard Vice President fs Y' vfw Betty McCroskey Sec.- Treasure , .X ,fa-T.:-.-.-T. .mm-.vpw--:-A --Q-ae-.:f.1.-, Kathleen Ball Norma Roy Betty Law if waxy f e , W f ' eSfWMo42W2?eZ M-NW HA Q X f N f Zn? W 4 Reba Young Vw fl-if f " 'xii Qian w,'ZW MQ, ,wg fax , 'f Q W M W X U ,W XQAQQSWQ BonnieeBlevins Mildred Moore Junior Mapies Betty Throneberry Tommy 'Keltner Eloise Gideon Everett Maness Laura Mae Ward Wanda Sisell Lucille Parsons Lorne Linebough eW5 rnd, jgqin y QQQF Jackie Williams 'Qfjgf gggw Ewnnfwh f- W Qaeda V, ' ff xwimyf 'f 'K Mrs. Pollard Sponsor 15 'S s erry P 3 rd L sons SOPHCDMCJRES I ... F? Ein gg 45 Clara Ball Vice President e g ,,y x ,J 15 X G' N X . . 4 Jack Steinert President M f Lalia Fitzpatrick Secretary Treasurer Billy Weaver Bernice Knight Eugene Meese W w n i l Steve Lou Roy Joe McConnell Ola. Kiethley Albert sto W -1 wffwfwviw :gg-1 Q. Xsfse11..,f ?Y?f?SWW?' f M rfeeww ,V 'V V, .,,,: .. N 5, Qlwfeff?f,ww iim wffn QW? X .,.,., I ,. .six Si2KQfW7WQSEf f f +1 5 ff xv f Q f XR? 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White Donald Glidwelll, Naomi Rudy, Floyd Kline , Opal Bench, Bill Haworth Glenn Hclintosh, Billy Hoff, Joyce Nichols, Bill Chaatine, Charles Parsons, Billy Meek Vonda Young, Warren Dunham, Hary Ellen Young, Gerald Eeee, Betty Bolin, Kay McWilliams Johnny Owens, Marjorie Dickens. iq, , if Q, Z 'I N Flo He Bob I I R 'IH - - A " '. -2-.VL sf-1f:ff-f- J -ff. -, -' fats.-.ivf lf.-rzSL.LL?.a,.z3f2-:ziQ,'.:.15:a e'E'iilLi,2e,?g-a-3:31LL?i.::,:.fg: lgzsef--,Q-5:51-'Q.Sf',s1-5-4' e,,.L:.f.' 1- e. ' - A 1 A , EIGHTH GRADE f 1 g ' f ,W',.,wf1,w - ,,,,,f f. , ff V ,qw If V-, X w ,A ,gf I X I Z Z ,f f""' f AM ' gdy ' ,K x, A 1 W- 4 J Q19 ' 'V Wx J' z' 2' y e- ' Fiorabel agar, BobEy Barber Helen Hunter Hayden A rW2,?. Rosa Lam Hedgpeth H V Doris Lea Hoy ,L,"' ., .qs ' f Bob stienerz M5 4 Xxx 5 .k Iris Ann Landers 'vin 6 , -rt' my 5' 2 Q' 4. N. ev' "JP: ' ,,..-e W? . r X. WU r Dorothy Wadkins L ea-'Qu f. -dy 1 , Y., K -n .x Q 'L " in ' , Dwight Mc' Cauley Clifford Gardner , we W. -T 0311 Bolizzt Z .-, - X .. 7 5-A Den Ybung Florene Young f . r ' V i I 3, 'V .,.-L . mx :,:r:"' K was 1. rf .,, 1 K. wi 1 J' n Bobby smith Donnis Smith Albert Maple S 1 A ,fr -I ,. rev! X0 'I fr 'f ix .... 1 M' 'Q Mix -Killa Mae Amos Annabel Newman Carol Lea Pruitt mary Lea Young V ,mx YQ- Y ,,-,,,.,.,..,,..-fa-.aw-Q-:-f-?.i.a.y k.L ,N . fe 4 H Q ,vp V , ,XXX We W4 If V EY? Xt X Mary Dean Tennis 0 ,,,,, , X N K 5!fWaw Zn, X ?w7 '-."-'WY' O iq A ZWQVLYQ 5F53 1 - . " ess fi f if. ,,,, XrQf! fi , -,a wi s g if . if 3 I gf V wwf: ' f s U c ' Ef f", .f J.B. Hedgpeth .,,,.,,...,,, 5 I ,, W, I T, ,f .xii i -4 a ,nfhwt '5 ?Z WXYL f Q wk, ,X ffiwg f X , ' 3wlQ . , x, , N XY , Addie Mae Jones SEVENTH GRADE - ,M Q 2:54 B3 WX 'Q 1 we 'I f 72, ,, 4 7, '- 'ifxd a 5, X ' W . V gg3X.X,. 1, 'W N.E...x ' az!! Edith Jones Wayne Power' James Blevins Dixie Lee Aven ,J NN x 1 -xt , M f 43 if 2 'Q 5 as " Q ff W , I if N if Edna Lee Evans I " li l: ja f f , - - ,ef , W" ,,,, 1 X ' 221-aWffV?pv, X aaaaaaswwn l?eW,fa2+WV- ,f n,,X,,,M X.mXVWnf34w54 Billy Harding Bernice Bolin Carmelita Brown E 'E Fay Sweeney Wm. f K ,, f X X li M Xf,,1iXx5Xi If , ,f -X X X, ' I 6' 'fel E I f X X wg S y X fx Q X wx S 5 4 f fx ' ' XZ 1 Q Z, X X 4 K f X4 'ibn-gb X , -NX . , , , W, ,X X n fi Jerry Carter fOVWgZW N' f ff itllfx-,,, xx! X ,, , X X, S 5 KX X X iw I Xa 4 ,, , 52, A ,YF X ?f-sS1,f , 'gg jr f n Wn 5 if 6 12,134 onald Wilcox Gladys Mcspadden 1 f f' f P 5 3 ga! ' an Betty Maples x X f Q 3 if f if , , ,X ,iff ,N , X . f VW V! , X X0 ... f ,ff If .., A ff' aaxmlamaigia , Robert Gamble , Xiifn, , 0, 'X -X , " wp' . . 43 aa mwasnh 11", X 5 X s f X 'ff ' K , ' L, FQ X L yff , Maggie Avery K 02,0 Trevo Nokes ,gQ,ag4,- " XXX- X ,X ZQQ,ZZw nhl Q , 5 sff,.4m.,r,f ' V ii' X ,K E E 'offa E Mwwgir Billy ,rgfoaagn waleshire X Norma Ban B rid . dy ,y,f, Edith Gardner CNC ' Slssel Janet' Melton X A iii ,,qf', , Xf 1 Z' "" -N f ff X ffl, T f, M P ww M. f HMmfW 3 1 - I' ' P f .1 , ' '-" , J l . Q X . V - so -A gf: 7 , W xkx K QM ' 2 I ,, I XR V ,K ' H5 f ' 1' W M" l' f W, 5 If fi 'B - 'Y QQ 532 QQ Z, Xrl I i,nMaWff ZQZQ? Q27 ndrd ,X jS,E 25 d'iQy Mary Alice o1,a-ZQYZKX, E 5Kw25a,a ,,Mai , Q NW Qaff Lzfrsrfwiafa ' ' C 'f,,ff , . V X 'fy V V Vllf ' ' " - auawwf-, ' Euvene Burnsa , W ww .. KmQfWmMwf n ' D 'H wy, mwwxx 'B N Ava Marie B01 1.11 XXX l,V-Q 2 "'f I ' 6 K or w Z frkf A f ?hl7l4k+a. E aXva5qpi Ivan Gideon 'f XX - E Billy Hawkins E E ' o'X-H,J5 f- E fX X Q f?,4Wz!Wf K M f J' X VV , 1 IN. XX? , ,, M, f Y ?4 ,YW zyf 5 If I X Q nu-W, ff , gig? 549 f' 'J X - X 3? I fi' 'LH IIE 'X 13, K h J L- V 0 XX VII! W Xi E, '4"'2Q,, k1',f' dQ5 , , ,X . My 4 I K fa fi Q3 Joe Carol CO1 A 5 ' - ' WAGE H9-Shagen Barbara Beatle E Palll Moore Beulah Stewart Joe Newman v 2 Yin 5, A, ,al Bobo X Jessie 1 iffy, , , X fi? W 5 gfwrfk KXQKMQ 1 ,, f X ,M. :R il Lowel Mary f? Han Be ' 4 , . - , - - . K- , - - , ,:..-LJ.: ,sp M-,fu r 51,19-. -f 1 .. ' - A , . B .X,,,a,-v,X,,.,.-:.zw..,--X.X,..f.. a . ,.1..,,. L.-- . V X. ,T V .al ' La ples wx, I , , Wf V, L., , Wx A , M Ramble . fff We Y 2 RWE Ty' eygjl '54 "4 .4 ., S ,f .45 Ldfws Ly ire WI v. f , lx ' dewe ll ye r? M Rf .V man' If Z jyio fy, . If ,M ' ff! f f I A W f , x ' n f n . ,, 9 ,f I ff , ZW 4 H,,, ' '47W? wf Q, W, f V, fl 'Q - e W 'Y 4 '31 A ' Bobby Young we Pmvm 1 M I , A '-7? aff i' Q, f X . JGASSIB Bugzal-dCS1I'l MCW'1l1i3II1S Lowell Grange Joyce Maples -. -...Q J lf 1? maj QA ip we r, ffgii Wvfxigy 'W 55e 1,4 l,e Mary McDonald BUY Wilcox ' f 'x. X SQ 4 P f ff Harold Rainey Joan Minear , 9 , L 4 3 .'fi",:. , xx R X. . b X .lg 5 Hetty Payne gilly Joe Inman SIXTH GRADE u , f Y 'fgf vqfn wx! W! , . I f Avi' 'rw l M, , , 4 f X ff Jo retina Jackson new jx 5 AQW - if li-xii Wilma Jean Flood lf :EUS 'L 2+ . vs Kathyrn Gamble ' if . ,,.., Q is' , 4- . V f , -.f "4 ff- '.,. V. X if fy , Q51 A X X Q sv" 1 - .1 .V V ' H 3 We ,, ,15 2 , ,,..4 ii ,H B 9 Rada Beth Hayden Paul Wasson f , I f , fa Q X, f Joe Carter Edna Gamble Al, .: : :, H- ' ,F f' ' ,zu ,aw 4' I N . ,:, 1,'X ' ,y b ., , I Aps'P'1.4'Jx ,Q-,lu-MVA Q Ida Lou Minear E31-1 Smith l . V Q:-: ,Q f' ,,', , lr H ,LY if Francis Meyers Wanda Inman . x -If L? U' f W V ' -., iff an i ' V M ,arp-1 V ,' Qfk 1 1 ,, 5 , ,"' Fi "- f H Q W s J' .1 'E , I "av , L ,yi 1 ., ,,., mp 9 W f , I, Joan Smith Boylan Hayden 1 dv QNJW fgeye114f- 1 11 -- ,, A? x, ,Q Q -,, f N f 2 1 3 w + Ira Keithley Lauri Newman -JA .., .p A .fill ogg--..-H-ff-5?--ff-f, . --1' ""'L""""" . , . . 1. - ,-5 i' ' 1' 1-11 ii i i 1 7 r F i 1.in'f'hu Bobby Haworth Luanna Aven gfwwyf ywp mxx 4 ,, X V ,ur v f M7f,,,Qwwy0 JOBI1 DUI11'l3.I11 Jgyge Hedgpeth Ruth Thomas 17' f , M , J , Q. np wzgmgggi k J ,, T A -' ting . f ZQW WN ZWQ , f 1 1 , Ky ,f Cleytus Bolin Rachel Smithr ..r gm, wfixx . 55511 533 ,fr or fan rnnn ,rnrf 5QAiff5ggZQ Ti :fax :Q Denny Willis FIFTH GRADE TOUIIILY' Blevins If af, ,min ' U , f 4 fiiff ' I , ' 27? j ' rf , Qwwzwwwwax fanny Qw n J!f5W?ZWSS X, QWW X S x X ' RQ 5 T. Ffa, ,i',,f,g, W' ' 1 .,'Z,,f, f Mw,Z , f w f RosaliefHart in-u-xl Oliver Gardner Lee ROY Maples Paulallnn Gardner Eddie Jaqua Sue Mc J -f ' ff f r? dd' .. UM o K. f W f f f f Q f f Y f N 1 l 1 1 Q HMV! 1 I ,x.. ..,, 1 , p-1 1 , o H y , , f Kg N f MQ2.nW BWWZ Q Conell Buford Goddard Ferne Little Jbyce Simmons . ,, 4 , , f X gb 1 for f fa 7 X , wwf Q in 9 . no X X A , V ,',f., V Z J -, . ,aff ' f , mf X X Lowell Tennis Mary Jane Mmear Keitnyoungr r Lloyd Jones , W' ' ' N N Q , f ff! f f w -.0 "NX ff A K I, E , ,Wig W X f f , Q .njnl I A x f' f 1 .QQ ' 1 1015. Ra iney nv 4 I 5? 1 Coetta Harvill Martha Glidewell Nancy Dunham w . . n nnnn Dale Keltner x-, ,M Hola ,Ava ,.ff" g-l p . Y 'dI1eI' f K QUE. 3 1 lable unham Ltner ivfe " 1L FOURTH GRADE 14114411 4 une M' w ' f V' M ' 1 Q 1 y 4j,Aff1f 'fin I ,U My N Patty Taylor .T D Fitzpatrick , ff ,fi Y Q L Q 0 L, ,faq Z . , Bobby Owen Ke ith Keltner s rt kL , In 1 4 sw K MJ - J' , x if 0 ff " Z in JV: , fp? Ll s A f l lf I Y Sue ,,,,, mmf 5 I Q 'NK hu J-01195 A 'Y Jimmy Koch f i " Wi' f o, Mel 'e Lmx Edgar fschwertifeger - 2 kyli V , - 3 , , y Donald Whitlock Curtis Howard ,Albert Mcspadaen ,X I , K7 Qx " o.,x Roland Hedgpeth :AVG Dean Inman sr , fi? 1 ' , , , ,f, 2 f ef5efW'f5w Marcelle Bolin wyarf .. ' L A ' Tommy McConnell .l ,X', I Sho ,"! Jackie Aleshire David ! ws A M..-M'9 . 1 1 Charle S Throneberry -5 .f- ' Meyers Jimmy lee Smith Marlene Ziaples Charle s Blevins Dorrell Bolin Freda Belle Bell .men is fb e 6 1 Q 1 iAneitaa Young i , 'F S. H . Kenneth YO Z ,ff ffff QA Lois Grace Aven THIRD GRADE Garene Schwertfeger lF1oyd. Whitlock f Freda Reynolds ' 95' My Y N f KW, X Q f ...Q an 5 A Ralph Bandy , Groor Keith Hes terlee 3 ff Z? , L G e e e X is ff It - X, ,Q Betty Jo Jones ,f ' ,, 'f', If" E I , .. ot ' Jimmie Dale ,,, McCauley ,,f ,f ,cn . gf ,g ,, f , Vefnetta AVGU Sue Ann Keltner f X ff f, f Q V ,f X f X ,Q , ,j 5 Gary McDaniel B Roland Austin X 6- X X jjo Junior Flood teeet of B B B o soorw B G so . 'Nu kk f M h x 1, X , ,B i f H X ' X ie Brown , ,G , 3 k,,t . Z Q' Leona Gardner Shirley Hedgpeth G ' 7 ' Junior McWilliams B B . E Wilma Inman 2 J F t f B tf f or 4 o Bettie Sue Gardner 1' W V Venj-ta Payne -fi B ' Z B "fG B V, l,' - .Vw . f -5 ., I ' f ,too - 1- f B Cecil Blevins 1 o o g Jackie Young kk 1- , rx .K 14" m ill ' X' X-ln ,xx . w 45 Q fa mis ew-. , ' F, ,W jQLQW 1 ,Q af- 1 , m,,,f , f ww Q Mh!K, iz ..., 2' Q5 y Q Vw' Fudd I 1 f -n yr ,- .Q COND GRADE r dawn? , 1, ,' h5 Q i Tl fav .Q QM-f L Q fffgwf V 'H .151 L f li Q L Q 5 1 54 1 1 . , R H 'X 6 7 5 f , of ,mv Y I 411 a -w, ,Maxx 0 1 ,xt 'V 1! J 'Z 6' all I lIS1""'---N' 4 ,Qf 4, I X Q ,. "' ! 'A . ff f 4 , f , J .-,l 'V .5?9Z' mp! 7, 1, ff . 1 - 74 ff 4 ,, AL..-5 I , V M Q f ' VV 5' do Vg .f 'A 1 j ft .. L 4 , L ' we 53- 'f- ' gf' 'X if "S, 3 ,nm ,Lying ,YR ,n , H W du """5' ,za wp-.W g9!!! !IIE 471 M A I Phu- fx .f' J .2 llians Young First Second Third Fourth Row Row Row How xf Q, : Dale Seals, Lela Maples, Jerry Young, Terry Goddard, Jean Bussard, Nancy Hayden 1 Shelby Keltner, Guy Jackson, Vonda June Herndon, Edna Sue Avery, Ray Dean Young, Leslie Haguewood : Harold Harvil, Mary Ann Slay, Ronnie,Blevins, Gerald Haworth, Vivian Keltner, Jimmie Dale Nokes : La Donna Powers, Katie Lee Wolf, Barbra Jones, Wayne Whitlock, Gene Flood, Ruth Keltner y L y Z, as ,I .Q 4? FIRST GRADE Q ,M 'f M, Freda Rey , F A 393 : 7 X Q, f, '3WY?gZ5 ,inf yvhw W ,ww M1 f ' f ' , ,ff ,,-.x , F 3 ' ff", ff 5 . X 'ff EL xxx! ,, , If . W1 , - fy Kelth Hesterleey . 4 , A M , . . ' ,N f S ' ali, V , Cf 'W hx L i It ,, Q, V ' " f 4' f ., , Q 'W H' - ' wa, 0, fs 1 ' V 2 Y if H ,ixi K V ' , " ' ,,f, no ,, fly , ' 5 fQ g4 A MT? X, , 5 I f- 1 F f , X- Y X, f' X , I f,'k X' 3-an f 7 ' v I XL ' X , f if , Y , , 7 "" , A V' QQJ 5 f 5,2 f 'wi . v w - Y' : tn ff f 'L ' ,, if , K d ': .Q n ' 2 if , -Q . yew 1 V t ,A 5 L ,g Sf, fy I if 1, N ff f, U . fm, fx , 1 M 1 af f W t x Ax ,, , 1 XLWH , f f , f, et 5- ,, M y f . Q-gf, , fy ,AX n , , , ,,, h V 1 ,, ,F , , , f X 'Q sf Q Q b gt 5, y X X ,a f KZZOQ4WDme' if eWwqi?eM if F . 7 'X 5 , ,m 4 fl ff F , , f .1 ? 4 " 5, 592, Y-1, L., f , . F . X- xL.k 1 f' 73747 ,ff 1 I w - yy , , s Q1 1 - :mg my 9 , gtg If ' fff V f ,rw I . .4 K . ,- FV fe WWW ,, - . 5 ,fs 73 ' f' ' ', I E f 2' 4, ' X If x eieewfyuf hfiifevfo ,,,, 1,pef,wz , si..Jre ii, no 2Z:gfg.z'e M F Zo TT ,off , te 0 f, ,, X 4 1 , , . '4 f Et x , , W F ,, , ,,,, xx y Uv A W f es I S - , so ff X ,, is a n ,, ,, A ,,f 3,7-I i K f, .1 , , , N - I, ,X If t , I7 N t ,..,, , V, I X. V! jfs W Z , X , . X , ,V st. -,A , , f W , , . ,,., , , ,WV F I x f , ,f' I I ff ' ,.,,.. W , 1 ,, f X, f , QQ A E X., Wm, , ' as f 1, kg. ,X 4 ,1-ff! , X- gn ff ,W f ' Q X t V ZQFAT, Za? 4 4 fo 'We JW fW,W,f V I 4' -. Wg. W ff ' ? . . c - N' 4 ,, L, fg X ful, ,H , ,f , F . 1 , - W, is ,,,' S H f ff , ,Q , - f ' Row Row Row Row Row Row Four Five . ,puma , ' F X , ft ,Y S W 4 . 1 f W 4 X V 3 QI! fy? f 0" " Q. f f W' 7 ea , ,--of ., ,,,, M em 2 y n , 'Qait is X Kew 4' Donnie Blevins, Myrtle Harvill, Jerry Bolin Jim ie Lee Edwards, Loretta Little, Jack Benny Fitzpatrick, Marie Fox, James Minear Three Virginia Bolin, Charles Jones, Dorothy Jones, Kenneth Richmond, Mime Ruth Rainey Loyd Jn ior Wilson, Beverly Sissel, Philip Mace La Vonne Maples, Larry Hannah Patsy Knight, Freddie Hashagen, Joyce Young, Jimmie Du ham, Edith Jackson Shirley Hartley, Jim ie Meyers, Joyce Inman F?" U M71 4.-1 L fi 'S-09-"' a , Y i v 0 'Q E r fi Z E E bm 2639 I PRESIIENT MRS. LOREINE KELTNER T OF FICERS VICE PRESIDENT MR' EMIL GHAINCE Mas. IHELMA BUSSAHD TREASURER MRS4 IREM: IOUNG SECREIABI TRANSPCDRTATION 47 5' Z ff liylfwr-:g-C5:1T.,,,,., XX , 53 I MU Tian? 2, 'A v' ' 2? ' A,-Avia . I ,, , , 1 .1 45 'gn P, ow rn 1 'ffxv rfwg-ps4 --'vSE ?p?f?Qf'JCngf ,.V gQ?i vw N 'wwf An -f -Q '. - f 3 ,,, p Wil, Q ? X,-fQAa A4fZ2w2nwvi9f3,A: ' A QK. NNQ, A 1' '1, 2, ,jjif , 7 Qg:.ga,, ,4 I If " , wge t' A . f . A A ' off , ff 6 4 " Z W nnnnnn X . A 'A -:,f" weehlrvin . In the above picture you will see our six buses that transport a large number of students to school daily that would perhaps not be permitted to continue ther school work past the eight grades. We have six very efficient drivers who drive our bus- es each day to deliver the students to and from schod. The drivers are residents of the Nixa Consolidated School district and have an interest in the better- ment of the Nixa community. The drivers are as fol- lows: Austin Dunham, Chester McConnell, E. D. Darr, Jake Flood, Frank Taylor, anO'Wa1lace Shelton. : .. if A i f Q1 'I l'75 -- :lr-?'-:L 55'5: 55, , -- .::.::Eq:vf,.1.1 , .1 -5, l- -A A - , -3-L fi-2-f1"'P r- - -sg 41- .:- -5.51-+1 AUSTIN DUNHAM CHESTER McCONNELL E.D.DARRl rn gb .K L.S'.FLooD .8 ,P 151 ' A L . Aff . . FRANK TAYLOR is A x " I . A A WALLACE smwom 1 , L J ANITOR In the above picture you will see Mr. Sissel, with his dust mop, busy with his duties af- ter the school day is complem J Cs wx' x L ted. His daughter, Lalia helos him in the care of the build- ing. i I I '1- 7 9 5 F fx l I 0 A 0 1 ' 54' '- A ' , 1 vs A 655:37 g7,h,A 'fs ff sr, .rl BEU l 3 2 K- 'B r jiifagiffzi Y. if , s H32 'la I Q 9, lx S 2 N Ygausn , Q. y .Q I 4 - it we ,.,.... 1 ., ..- H, . - v , H J 1. I 'K'w"WWW'Q,, , ,,,, U, ff 'L' M ,1- V W T ' V M f ff f Q' , .. U25 Q 1f?f'fiE,,? Q V f l , , 'ff"4- ' 1 - ' . 442313 :fil?m:, , 1 5, 7:32, f ' . waz , 3? , V Wm ,,-,m,,,, A N., ,ff A A ,, 5 fi 5 ,,., ,W N , I on I yi M H 1- ,f ' 341' T 'J J ' ' , A . 'X f T 1' get rtffwi M.'w2fi" .J .. 7. i 1' giQQ! BEU LAH JAQUA 'V' . 40!"w i 3 .T 4 . .x .s IQ f n XX T fig 5 T, x Y , , I U X.. v 4 'Af 4. . - -A,K'L.,,.:-f-- 'Q-.S-Qffiiw' ' 3 Aint? 'T T ,. . .5 V 1 -EN - V .05 1 j5f,l'r'Ff,-1 xl: ',1 ' '..? 54? ' taifx Iv N gg f if ' 2-2 ' 1 9 - PLINA FLOOD L, htm A The dining room and Kitchen have been redecorated this year. They are very attractive and neat. A large number of the students eat in the lunch room during the noon hour. The meals are planned by our Voca- tional Home Economics teacher and some excellent cooks prepare deli- icious and nourshing meals. The goverment has aided in allowing so- much money for each hot lunch served according to certain specifications. The students all enjoy this part of the school program. Many a happy noon hour has been spent in the dining room. I ' l.,c 'AV, 2 , H iftffvfav -. .": W 't -0- l . A . Z -H only , ,Wu V . rl ivy' f' GRACE TAYLOR A Navy man is famous for his appetite, and the Cook knows how to turn out a meal that makes a saiIor's mouth water! humans ,yrs Z A gmm ,s W , O04 compartments.The kit- chen contains three units, complete with cabinets and stoves.. Besides the items mentioned, the equip- ment consists of a bookcase, a studio couch, and an occ- asional chair. The room can easily be converted into a com- bination living room dining room, and-kit- chen, which are suis able for almost any occasion. The top picture shows the first Ayear girls sewing. The center one depicts the third year girls entertaining with a tea, and the last one presents the second year girls in cooking class. Girls in Nixa High have the opportunity to take three years of Vocational Home Economics. They have ia well equipped serving de- partment consisting of four Singer SEWing machines, table fOr cutting fabrics, and individual storage H O M E IZOZOCW1 U!Qn-- ine dz has me advani educa1 Nixa I hand 1 fasinz enable d1cta1 canno1 the tj hgfld 0 is pe: studel they 1 the ir mentg: bookk1 C C IN IN E E C I A L ture fear The dots irls 3 a one cond sing High nity ears Home well de- ting wing for and rage H mZO ZOCU1 UKPZO 1 bi 6 T 1 r T: Q3 41 l 1. 5 I L The Commercial Department has many students taking advantage of the business education offered by the Nixa High School. Short- hand is an interesting and fasinating subject that enables students to take dictation at a page that cannot be accomplished by the typewriter or long- hand. Bookkeeping that is personalized gives the students something that they may use every day of their lives. The govern- ment is also in, need of bookkeeping wgg xmmmo gf? mdnd fad wbHGmmg gem? ZF! '-J ff If 3 g rw .J QM T9 5 - -, - .-ff' 4,1 .- 112 ,,.-2.--- - , ...A FUCZEUHOM mn--lbzmi-IPI rg p W .WW - High School Agriculture Class This group of Sophomores, living mostly in the rural areHS of the Nixa Consolidated school district, represents e typical cross section of the agricultural interests of our community. General Mathematics Class These Freshmen like their mathematicsgbecause they are being introduced to numerous types of business and PTO' fessional mathematics. R mfg'-Indiv'-emu '32 NU 2J2l"U -ltd '-JZFIZ SO e The Sc ment World can Hi ing ye lems a raphy The F more out e Arise phy ar .These studer idea countj '55 I-Jzr-13'-1::u:1:-orng FIU :ITU -'ltd I-Jl"'.1 SOCIAL STUDIES The Social Studies Depart- ment offers Citizenship, World History, and Ameri- can History. On alternat- ing years, American Prob- lems and High School Geog- raphy are offered. The Freshman and Sopho- more classes have worked out a unit on HWhy we Arise at Warn and HGeogra- phy and 'World 'War Twon. These units have given the students a comprehensive idea of what is wrong with countries 'that begin war. ENGLISH We have tried to develop an effective English program in all English classes this year. The Freshmen and Juniors have been intro- duced to a new series of texts: HNew Prose and Po- etryu series published by The Singer Companyg using HEnjoying Englishu by Wolfe and Geyer. Both classes have been highly pleased with the new books. The Sophomores and Seniors have been using NLiterature and Lifen by Miles, Pooley, and Greenlawg and UEnjoying Englishn by Wolfe and Geyer in grammar. J -is-una... ,U-. , . MUSIC The Music Department has tried to develop a music program of students in school. We have purchased three sets of new song books: nThe New American Song Booku for community singing and senior glee club Workg HTunes and Har- moniesn for the Seventh and Eighth gradesg and HSongs of Many Landsn for the Fourth and Fifth grades. The other grades have had adequate material from past years. Ni ROOM 5 Room five consists of Sixth Grade students. There are 27 pupils in our class. We have enjoyed our school year and hope to see you again next year in our annual as Seventh Grade students. ,f, STUDY HALL The Study Hall and Li- brary are combined in one room. Magazines and newspapers are pro- vided for the students to read as well as books of various kinds. When the students are not in Class they come to the Study Hall and Library to prepare their lessons and read of the latest news of the day. 'SP girl ade rth tota We e our I is y les: The log 4 Ying , We D rag: beds log. four agiw away Chin Norm Vg' ' ,-,-A, , - .f ROOM 4 Room four has thirty students this year. There are twenty-eight Fifth Grade students and eleven Fourth Grade students. They are all a progressive group and have made the school year a success. 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H df' ' 0 - is eax l rltner 4,14 X 52a X , Z! avins fm ' 3 W J ,y ,, f Tuitt Af ? 1' f, NW? 2595 X If If 4 ' ' I l Mary Bice Editor-in-Chief Qf we Q 2529 53 If Etta Dunham - Art Editor EAGLE STAFF AT woRK .NIXA EAGLE STAFF Gerry Doran Norma Roy N Sports Editor Ast. Adv. Editor gggghfgcgditor Egg Aigmuagggior nf f X W f4f'X7Z ' x Jenna Tatumg . Annadel Hedgpeth Jackie Williams Johnny Gardner Department nditor Photographer , Photographer Ast, Spgrts Editor 'W af Laura Ward Janet Tatum A J.R. YOURS Ast. Class Ast. Literary Ed. ASM AC13- Ed Editor Juanita Boiin Typist Mildred Lhness Typist .---f fy- 4 if 4-M-.V J x 35, xwgllb ij, ,, W: ....,,, 17" WC::i.,- ' -4 3 WX ?"'5 ?'I'T"'S fffif C7 X' X f f ,Z-g mc. gffg' 5 Elisa? ' 4-g.....: F3223 LLL... fi' I jp 55-45. ':" 5 ' ""'ff1'-XK , .4-:55QR I 'VO , .:. TT5: J hiatt 'Ul'-1'l""'fll- lr 'I' - V - " --f' 4 ' - J" 4 fx WWW PEP 'CDUESED Q GNXE ATHLETC DINNE Pi Cl for the 305001 news Q imgrcvements 1 ..., JI Q OE mimic? ,S Q3 lan , fx 1 ,X . ,, - H , , Yffsula lffmrfsw swivel 'HTNUZ W4"fi"1i"n"41' JS'h'Vr4"v.'7rf"f Ss? 5 1 , " .Z i ' W Tk' 3 YI, .UUA Q7 mcrefkorge Q N-.5 x ,A . 7 .M 752 F, ,, .fx 4-'ffm ' CEiOf.:l M2433 f 1 agartier , 'M Org E ,, WW, f 4 4, W Wh. if 2 zz' A 3 X De Ed E ii S E 8 R 4 'T rf u Lai +L ff Department Reporter arter Wasson Pruitt Bolin, Maness Emeinert.ZDdran Hunter , a 9 9 , 9 NIXA SCHOOL LIFE STAFF Organization Asgembly Editor-In-Chief---Betty Wasson Editor Repgptef Managing Editor- ----- -Patsy Darr Associate Editor---Tommy Keltner son wus S31 zur 1 and lar own ?f: Assembly -JUHi0T , Reporter Reporter jpg 2iN a,i 14 x , , , .-::-.- X Q fat E cuz' f T l saai 142 E M T T ii 4 Department Art Dfw' EditOr Assistant ants made :aat seol r Wm oophomore Freshman as ,Q aw Sth Grade 7th Grade Reporter Reporter 'I ,gs 'W' '53 -il Sports Editor--Girls--L. Parsons Boys--Gerry Doran Johnny Gardner Society Editor--Annadel Hedgpeth Art ---- - ------------ Etta Dunham Bosale Maynard Orilla West Editor-- ---- --Mary Rice irculation Manager----Jr. Young ws Director -------- Jenna Tatum Editor -------- Janet Tatum Cartoonist ---------- -Kyle Carter Department Editor ------- M. Mooreq Bonnie Blevins Feature Editor --------- Fern Koch Grade Editor- -------- --Norma Boy Organization Editor---Lou Gamble Community News---E. Hollingshead Olive Newman fAssembly Reporter ---- ---J. Bolin Mildred maness Reporters: 7th news-- ---- Bill Harding math.news-4-RosaleyHedgpeth 9th news ------ Betty Maples lpth newsf------Edna Young llth newsf---Eloise Gideon 12th news ----- Lois Cooksey Community News Society Editor Grade Editor Girl Sports Editor ,W ,.,,, ,, K .I 52'-T457 ' v i ES , Community News in V ' If 44' .W .nw wsu, ' s X- ! WRX if 7 . - 9 W Art Assistant , sf' , .... ' ff", ,sf WW W, N, x ' ff",-r taysaaass Qywfaaes Circulation Manager V liuizzu Q , ,.,.., wx" . V 15,Uo Sports Reporter , .. Associate Editor I 1 ORCHESTRA K Seated: Trumpets-Joe Cox, Joe Harding, Paul Moore, Jack Stinert, clarinet- Jeanette Melton, violins-Bob Stinert, Jerry Carter, Joe Carter, Janet Tatum, Jenna Tatum, Leola Keltner, Betty Wasson Standing: accordian- Betty Throneberry, Sponsor-Miss Bishop, Piano-Mary Ellen Rice, Bass drum-Clara Harding, Snare drum- Patsy Darr, Cymbals-Annadel Hedgpeth, Bass horn-Eloise Gideon, Alto horn-Lucille Parsons, trombone-Etta Jean Dunham NS ' ' MC L , ffft g aeswaai aww Qggravf aesaasf eva Q Q , ,B T an i t B 7" ' I t t. I G I f ,. yy XX 1 R W, gy - J sms, .X A f, f V X A 10' X gay arg' wx , :fw"'? ' f Q W. f , uf f , 49,5 K A , B K 6 fc T M- 4+ ' C Q., 4 - Q iff fr i ' S J af ff" X 40 ig al y pn f, wi - if Q , Q52 sf 41 S , U B mb lst. row: Olive Newman, Lalia Fitzpatrick, Clara Harding, Norma McConnell, Esther Hollingshead, Fern Koch, Patsy Darr, Mary Rice, Opal Bench 2nd.row:Joyce Nichols Gloria Weaver, Leola Keltner, Bonnie Blevins, Mildred Manesg, Lou Ann Gamble, Rosale Maynard, Annadel Hedgpeth, Lucille Parsons Brd. row: iVonda Young, Edna Lea Young, Reba Young, Jenna Tatum, Mary Young, Betty Maples, Betty Wasson, Lois Cooksey, Etta Dunham, Janet Tatum 4th row: Margaret Aleshire,Betty HcCrosky Laura Ward, Juanita Bolin, Eloise Gideon, Betty Throneberry, Kathleen Ball, Mildred Moore, Norma Roy, Velma Blevins, Miss Bishop af if Lnet- Tenna arry, irum- :ille Q C L U B 6 ether :hols ble, Edna son, osky all? ww. H DAIRY NIXA U TER Four Matrons From left to right 1 Caro1yn's Interest Sue No. 1229195 2 Standard Silver Daisy No. 1264545 5 Wexford Forward Pansy No. 1257807 4 Gilbertfs Noble Blanohia No. 1151551 All olassified Very Good. Standard Sil- ver Daisy, 'Wexford Forward Pansy, and Gi1bert's Noble Blanohia have show records when shown in herds of Dale Map- les, E. P. Durnell, -and Jewel Windel, respectively. ' MISSOURI ml 1 4, r I i , .1 ,I 13, 4 v 1 ,W 1 v .V 1? I Hi Eff 1 wg! vi! tl 1 ffl, 2 n 1 ' It J? lv .5 fl l ll Y 1 I.,- W Ilia' if!! VALIANT AIM DRUMMER BRAMPTON X SURPRISE 1154000 A daughter of X of Oaklands, that tells the story of a language that jersey breeders understand. Of the producing ability, the pleasing type classification, stamina and longevity she has inherited from her great sire and his an- cestry, to place him in the archives of the jersey breed, as one of the best there known. CLASSIFIED "VERY GOOD" HER REGISTER OF MERIT CERTIFICATES READ Age Day: in Milk Llbx. of Milk Lbf. of Fat Medal 4 years 365 12,474 660.52 Silver 5 years 305 13,917 706.92 Gold 6 years 305 14,087 689.81 Gold 7 years 365 15,831 815.93 8 years . 305 17,098 784.35 5 years 1,645 73,407 3,657.53 Average days per Lactation-329 Average Lbs. Milk-14,681 Average Llbs. Fat-731.50 , il : 'sw 4- do if ' ,. A .J ,X ' V T! .Q E! . . 1 C - 'if , , 4 IW? .3 V Q ,ff V . , I I A ..,.,: I In , .... . , V. . ,, Q . , 1 ,. 1f.'X"3- 1 i v , . . ' I 1 1.2 - sit ' 1 25, . ' .. 1 - - 4 1,7 -N42 Rfk cf-21 sf ,W an ff w, :-1,-4 Ugg -4, ,, w N, W , 437 :,.w.f,- ..... at Xmav ff? ----- '- :fre , ff - M W -I 1 5' I f - , . A ,, , 1' f . ' ' .1 ' A ,-51-U35 5, :""r,.,,,y,.t1 - f '- A ' 'wZfz",Mwwi?ff 3 W' fm ,,aag:1Wg a,.1fsff -, W"z"1wa1m'e - , mffixf, .,f'ff.. -,gvegr,:3 f.:,- 1 , 3 X - 1 --,.,,4: V H O rf . ' l i 1 " ' H 'Vi ii 9 i i ' 'iff .VL 1- ' if-.x --,., Q si rmivs tzi, .yrrefin-e"cr-Q.5317-,..,'t.,1 'fi' ' ANGELIC AIM BR. VALIANT XENIA VAL. RESEDA PRlNC.- BR. VALIANT HUSSY VALIANT VALERIE VALIANT AIM 310269 "SECOND TO NONE" I 4 D1 15, I ll, L L ni, Fir Hed Kni Thi Mis w '1 1 P1 .. J .Z 1 if TT BJ FT r-Q Q f PL h C. N ft LJ 1 ,LY M s E LJ", TJ 1, J, 57 LL gh LL w I :J A E. DRUM CORPS First Row: Mary Rice, Lou Ann Gamble, Lucille Parsons, Patsy Darr, Annadel Hedgpeth, Clara Harding, lalia Fitzpatrick Second Row: Betty McCrosKy, Bernice Knight, Jenna Tatum, Norma Roy, Betty Throneberry, Rosale Maynard, Mary Ellen Amos Third Row: Lois Cooksey, Jenna Tatum, Janet Tatum, Eloise Gideon, Betty Wasson, Miss Bishop DRUM MAJORETTE: Patsy Darr TWIRLERS: Helen Hunter TWIRLEB: Dorothy Wadkins -.K-2-f---ff -- ..,.f:-Q-V:-q11..,,1-.S-411-sie-5--1,.4-Fav-v-1-:-Aga.-9 , ,facie--evf:'.:.j, gflgia 3 J J E Standing: James Blevins Sherman Pruitt 1 Turner, Betty wasSon-secfetary-Treasurer,'sgiig NmCrosKey, Clara Harding, Jack Gardnefl Vice- Presidentv 59555952 KVIG Carter-President Jeanette Melton, Norma McConnell, Mary Lea Young, Leola Keltner. Rosale Maynard TON ETTES First row: Joan Dunham, Nancy Dunham, Luanna Aven, Patty Taylor, Eddie Jaqua, Lowell Tennis Jr., Freda Reynolds, Second row: James Koch, Buford Goddard, Carl Mcwilliams, Bethe Ellen Payne, Ann Hawkins, Joan Smith, Ava Inman, Third row: Joyce Maples, Jessie Irene Bussard, Rosalie Hart, Edgar Schwertfeger, Keith Young, Roda Beth Hayden, Fourth row: Wilma Flood, Joretta Jackson, Paul Wasson Jackie Haworth, Dale Keltner, Lowell Grainge, Joe Carter Kiss Bishop Sponsor 9 , , f P A T A 21 3 , R T 1 ff! nf 1 I L U ? U My 1 L, ll v 1 9 4 La 5 H L U L I F:-4 7 4 I., AJ W.. J ID---.4 ll-4 .I J -J E P Fir MEI D. L. Lan Fit Lea I C I I Y Fi Ha V Ro R. T l o 'X , X .V V. - - - av.-lv-: ,..,., -,.- - -A , .1' :FL,.- --grim'M.b4-Galle':JH-:news-1'.z-1,-...iii-7 L: :rnsia:I1Ti-4n-?Ei:i-Q-Lu:r.,:,,:.--we,..Q:':s'- 1.4: if' f'.f'.x1:-- 1- ,J - ,,- w ,Y , - I . ' ack tty ce- une. ua, arl ow: ith Q if ill First How: F. Sweaney, M. Avery, M. Amos, A. Hedgpeth, N. Roy, L. Keltner, J. Melton, L. Gamble, C. Harding, F. Koch, M. Turner, M. Rice Second Row: M. Young, D. Wadkins, H.'Hunter, R. Maynard, J. Tatum, B. Knight, J. Tatum, B. Wasson, L. Cooksey, L. Parsons, D. Smith, D. Aven Third How: F. Young, C. Pruitt, I. Landers, M. Aleshire, E. Hollingshead, C. Ball, N. McConnell E. Young, L. Fitzpatrick, V. Blevins Leaders: Patsy Darr, Eloise Gideon E C K E R S First How: L. Keltner, B. McCrosky, L. Parsons, E. Gideon, A. Hedgpeth, C. Harding, L. Gamble, F. Koch, Second Row: O. Newman, N. McConnell, L. Fitzpatrick, V. Blevins, E. Hollingshead, M. Naness, N. Bandy, O. Bench, Mrs. Pollard, Third Row: V. Young, J. Nichols, E. Young, B. Maples,K. Young, B. Blevins, R. Maynard, R. Young, Fourth Row: G. Weaver, M. Aleshire, J. Bolin, B. Throneberry, N. Hoy, L. Ward, V. Haguewood, K. Ball, N. Moore IUNIOR CLASS PLAY sfwefwr V"'q" X E--,Q LV7 ! I z W?gv 5 1 5 ,g ag 5 Ky E . .... K N ,,., - ,, .,,, V , MW A READY'MADE FAMILY BY Jay Tobias CAST Agnes Hartyn.....Laura Ward Bob MaTtynoooooooT0mmy Keltner Marilee Martyn...Rosa1e Maynard Gracie Martyn .... Clara Harding Miss Lydia ...... .Eloise Gideon Henry Turner.....Jun1or Maples Doris Turner.....Betty Throneberry Sammie Turner .... Lucille Parsons Beg0niao0ooooooooB9tty McCroskey N1codemus........Everett Maness Sp0nS0r0oooooooo0miSS B1Sh0p Presented December 14, 1944 rx 'T J 'T ! -J H' 5 9 xi' F' if F' LH , I ! I 0 . SENIOR PLAY X ' J II SW I MEET UNCLE SALLY JAY TOBIAS Etta Jean Dunham .......... Introduction Benoooooeojoooooooooeoo o-0-o.S1'19I'!118.I'1 Pruitt Bettyq0t00loooa-ctorivfvtbpatsy Darr Jennyooooooo00000-0-oooso-0-oo-Ja-net Tatum Sallyoooo oooooo sooo-Q-ovOQFeI'n Koch Bffbooooooooooono oooo-oooh-oJU.I'1iOI' YOUl'.lg,G9I'I'y Doran Snorkins.... .....A. J. Hunter Elaine.... .....Mary Rice, Lou,Ann Gamble Dorindan.. . ......JBetty Wasson Snodgrass... . ....John Paul Steinert Mrs. Muggs... . . ..Lois Cookse 0 0 y Wright....... .:...Roger Fitzpatrick Hawkins .......4Kyle Carter Messenger fof:...:........Richard Jones Master of Ceremonies a....Jack Gardner Music. o o o oo-o o oo-o oo ovoo-o 0-somary 'Ellen Rice Arrangementsu...........,.Gerry Doran Jenna Tatum A Lou Ann Gamble Us hers Q o o oo o ....Vonda HB.g'l.19WOOd Luerene Maples Mildred Maness - Juanita Bolin SPonsor.... --Mrs Rainer A o- ' z be .lik ,T 1? ' Q. ,, xv.. , Xa Q.. , '5 ""' 'NTD' P wi? SWEATER MQW ,. ' f ,V , ifjci LWWFW . ff' . M ' 2 Y. ' i '7 y . :Q M, .- , M ,SM 2 f Q X . M 2 '- 9 M ' , , wx f if f XS , Q V M f x -464 . J QW iffy., ,vfwjxxfi - i.,f.f,,.ZIEe'f5 - N5 , fy MWJQQS , ,..,g,, , K xxx rwf, X545 . x P, ' Q Aw' QQ, WS.,wwwf W- -4 ffwqff 'ph f Hx misss. M... ,A 42, Nasa-'.'.:-:JJ in - Asn sf .fg,,,,2-,, -V.. -4- -1-Q use 5 1-s -1 -mv-r msn 5519. .--A THE EAGLES ATTLE HJ F Y LA ff S S LJ P P K -Q v f 0 O R T LJ R I f T H S i S V" - I 1 bl bi w K , 4 f v ,r Y ,-L, .. H- - - --v W- -9 -1 ,T-5 -5 ' V'5.+,,g..A..,a,gxx-,3i,.L15VA,:. " A 1,-5 4' -6- ig-Q -5 .ia-QL, , 1,1 ,-3.- b BASKETBALL ,DF Tye? er? A TEAM First Row: Johnny Gardner, Sherman Pruitt, Kyle Carter, Jack Gardner, Roger Fitzpatrick, Buford Goddard. Second Row: Tommy Keltner, Jack Turner, Jr. Young, Earl Carter, Jerry Doran. 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SCHEDULE OF GAMES Nixa--17---Here---- Nixa--22-- Nixa--29-- Nixa--12-- Nixa--2O-- N1xa--18-- N1xa--19-- Nixa--29-- Nixaf-17- Rogersville-15 There ---- Rogersville-17 There --------- Galena-14 There-- ------ -Clever-13 -Here ---- ---Spartaf19 There ---- ---Hurley-15 -Here ------- Billings-10 -Here --------- Verona-16 -There --------- Sparta-23 Nixa--57---Here --------- Hurley-21 Nixa--28---Here ---- ---- Clever-25 Nixa Nixa Nixa --29 --21 --24 ---Here --There ---Here ----- ---Crane-21 -------Billings-16 ----Marionville-16 A 1? 46 fx Q4 4--,I in fthe L f E I -. ,, Fw F1 e -J l -A Q T F7 K+ l I V U F LJ 4. f 1 fH "F 1, l 'F 4 H I :u f- BOYS LJ ff LJ ui 1 1 ' ACTION E' M mf S f fs NIXA VS CLEVER SOFTBALL tri W"R ex. WE Haworth. First Row: Earl Carter, Roger Fitzpatrick, Sherman Pruitt, Billy second Row: John Gardner, Joe EcCenne1l, Tommy Keltner, A. J. Hunter. Third Bow: Jack Gardner, Jr. Young, Kyle Carter, Jack Turner. 5 2?Zg?7 if 0. , .N- -,A any X m w 'W 'W' Z few X 4+-If X ,J X f 1 f ff f 1, 1 ,fs ZW 1 SCHEDULE OF GAMES US 0 l 0 5 Sp0kB,neoo o on iHogersv111e. Ozarkooooooo Ozarkooooooo MC1ever.... 'x'C19V61'oo so o 'x'HuI'1eyo 0 0 0 0 '5f'H'l1I'16y. o o o -I2Ga1ena. o 1 0 0 0 MGa1ena....g. ooocl6 . .. 9 000 00 4 0 00 0 000 5 8 0000 000000 0 0 000000 00 00 000016 0 000012 0 v0vO14 000000000000 7 00000000000012 Games WCB. there here here here there there here there here there here COACH GLENN THEY 1 26 5 4 12 3 8 11 8 4 W N '-,, X 1 ' M,1f X sf- V4 0 ryvw, e fg5i1 X, 74? Lffv'vTxghf tHQ1.V?' XL ' 'ri J. ""' emwey'i'e'xLi QHQ See, S ex V' ei: See - 1 ...N ' J .. ,E X! H V W- .. .. Q .-.- HN , In .,,. .,. ...1 . YI. 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'I if f CLASS HISTORY CLASS HISTORY In 1941 about 50 students enrolled in the Freshman Class of Nixa High School. Going from the grades to high school was a new and thrilling ex- perience to us and everyone was very excited as we registered and sched- uled our classes. Miss Mary Margaret Lucas was our sponsor and on Nov. 13 we traveled to Springfield to see a Bob Hope show as our first Freshman party. The second party held later at school was a lot of fun too even though there were only four girls and thirteen boys there. Meanwhile quite a few students dropped out during the year but our class was honored ' by the arrival of A. J. Hunter from Texas. Our candidates for Festival Queen- Prince Charming were Fern Koch and Jack Gardner. We entered the Sophomore Class in '42 with about 40 students. This year our class enrollment decreased again by the leaving of Homer Lee Jackson, Lloyd Cox, Gene Wales, and Richard McConnell. Joan Gifford and Lou Ann Gamble were our new students. This year Irene Glenn and J. D. Hedgpeth were our candidates for Festival Queen and Prince Charming..J. D. was also on the main basketball squad. Mr. Gordon Lokey was our sponsor and quite naturally, we had some very nice parties. One was a skating party at Doling and another was at school where we made lots of ice cream. In 1943 we came into power. Richard Jay was our class president and a1S0.0He of OUT HGW Students. Miss Watson was our class sponsor and our f1PSt Party WHS 8 Weiner roast at Riverdale. This is recorded to be the best party of this class. Several of the boys went swimming and was it coldla Jerry Doran sat in the mustard and every one almost froze coming home in the back of a truck. We welcomed into our class this year Lois Cooksey, Jr. Young, and Harold McSpadden. Lou Ann Gamble and Jerry Doran were crowned Queen and Prince Charming gf the F311 Festival, Mary Bice Betty Wasson, and Patsy Darr were the girls trio and this was the year the drill club was started with Patsy as drill leader. Our.annual Queen cand- idate WBS Jenna Tatum. This year our class decreased by 12 students. Our class play was UNO Foolinn and our proceeds went so sponsor the Junior- Senior Banquet given in May. q At last the eventful year of 1944-45 came along. This year,of course we werethe dignified Seniors looked up to by all. Kyle Carter was elected student Body President and Capt. of the Basketball Team, Jack Gardner was our Class President and Sherman Pruitt was the President of the Eagle Club and Capt. of the Baseball Team. The Drum Corp was organized that year and Patty Darr was made dru major. Seven of the Senior girls were in therrum Corp and they were honored at the Drum Corp dinner held in March. Mary Rice was the Eagle Editor and Betty Wasson was the Nixa Life Editor. The Annual Senior Dinner was given in December at the School Building. It was a very elaborate affair with plenty of eats fbr everyone. Juanita Bolin a Mildred Maness made the most delicious candy ever tasted.' Mrs.Rainey was our class sponsor that year and we credit her with the success of all our parties. We won the Annual Sales Contest by a wide margin andBettY WSSSOD was crowned Sr. Queen at a Spring Program. The Senior Play NMeet Uncle Sally' was presented in April and was very successful. Afterwards we treks ed to Mrs. Rainey's for a party. We won the Bond Sales Contest and as a reward we spent a delightful day in Springfield. During the closixugweeks of school we s1ipped,quite unheard, away on 'Sneak Day'. We traveled to nearby amusement spots with a picnic lunch at noon. The Seniors will have many, many memories to carry through theirlives of their high school days. You can see by the above description what a merry, merry time we Seniors had at N. H. S. The Senior Glass ? v,-..'i.,,, .. FEATURES ANNUAL QUEEN f W BETTY JO WASSON SENIOR QUEEN s ORILLA WE ST SOPHOMORE ,wggfff u JOAN BOLIN EIGHTH GRADE W fish fm W """onggrv-M-4? -X ATTENDANTS MARY ALICE TURNER SEVENTH GRADE .55 Q35 VELMA LOU BLEVINS FRESHMAN Q 'Q Y I :mfs HOSALE MAYNARD JUNIOR '4??' rig f' A STUDENT COUNCIL PRESIDENT T KYLE CARTER SE NIOR CLASS PROPHECY Looking ahead to the future of the graduating Seniors, many things have happened and expected things have come to pass. or such a Ubrilliantn class they have done wonders: Here is their tale of sadness, madness, and gladness. Seen drifting down life's way is Sherman Pruitt, As manly as ever but still easy-going even after his tough stretch in the Infantry. Betty Wasson is found in her little 4 room cottage, all blue and lonely because Cletus is late to dinner again. Poor dear 2 ' Kyle Carter after his oratorical.life in N. H. S. has accomplished great things--he is a paper boy on the corner of Sunset and Vine in Hollywood.He is sited to be able to yell 'Extra' more dramaticly than any other newsboy in story. . Drawing was fate with Etta Dunham. And it came to pass that she was a student with great artistic talent who now paints UMonstrositiesn. Junior Young, now called Elmer by all his friends, returned to his farm after seeing the world in his Piper'Cubg making the trip in 4 days. He would have taken more time but he.came down with a bad case of home-sickness. Famous for his modern and HFlashyN drugstore fone of the largest in the World! is Gerry Doran. Following in the foot steps of his father he owns and operates the Doran Drug still located in that great Metropolisg Nixa. Patsy Darr is seen enjoying HQllywood's luxuries as she tactfully seeks a millionaire. Her eye is on Jan Vohnson, twice married, hoping to be Mrs. Jan the III. Willamette is honored by the presence of Jack Gardner who is Junior Vice President and who is working on his new invention, an electrical baby buggy. His motto being, WNo Pushee Just Switcheen Washington's most promising young congresswoman is none other than our own Lois Cooksey. She advocates strongly that newsboys should be paid higher wages with time and a half for overtime. John Steinert, a very serious minded young man, has just published his latest hit song: WSilly Willy Billy.0 Destined for glory and giggles from every solemn thinker. A school teacher, veteran of 4 major battles in 2 weeks of school teach- ing, is Mary Rice. She is about to try a new profession one of Wrestling after her black an blue experiences with her students. Mildred Maness, still as.shy as ever but bubbling over with energy has just completed her year in college, where she was the star of the Hhigh-high- hurdlesn I The Jones Trucking Company with offices located in Whippleville has just added a new snub-nose trailer to the concern. The sole proprietor being ,Mr. Richard Jones, a former Nixa Student. Vonda Haguewood lives a quiet, reserved life in her James River cottage still reading her books and writing romantic poetry. Roger Fitzpatrick finally had to go Nwestn to see what kept Shirley so long. He has returned recently alone and dreary, vowing never to believe a woman again. Texas has welcomed back it's wandering son, our cattle-loving boy, A. J. Hunter. He owns and operates a large cattle ranch also he has a pet pig named NBosieN, which he says is priceless. Let's drop in at Bolin's Dress Shop, where Juanita, the owner, sews cont- entedly on a dress designed by herself especially for a renowned movie star. What a dress 2 ! Luerene Maples, flashing a sparkler, and a tall dark man is seen at all the night spots most any evening this day and time. A secretary A-l is Fern Koch, she's got the mate to her diamond nowu HST P0Siti0H is in the Hedgpeth Real Estate Offices where-she's not onlysecretary but also 'Rolling Pin Slingern Jenna Tatum and her orchestra featuring the Twitter Twirps are playing nightly at the Blue Room. Her profession was a surprise to all of us. Hollywood's newest starlet is vivaeious Luanna Gable known to Nixa movie fans as Lou Ann Gamble. Her success is credited to her striking beauty for which she was crowned Miss Nixa of 1948. ' The ever loving housewife is Janet Tatum. She and Daryl have settled down on their little farm to spend the rest of their lives. This ends the looking ahead synopsis of the one and only Senior Class of 1945- UNEQUALED AND UNEXCELLED., X W1-1o's Mr. Foster - Absentminded Bob Moore - Interesting Annadel Hedgpeth - Interesting Jack Gardner - Favorite Athlete Kyle Carter - Favorite Athlete Esther Hollingshead - Absentminded Patsy Darr - School-spirited Betty Wasson - School-spirited Eloise Gideon - School-spirited Elmer Young, Jr. - Best Natured Jack Gardner - Most Romantic Couple Clara Harding Rosalie Maynard Mary Rice - Biggest Flirts Dorothy'Wadkins Johnny Gardner - Energetic Eloise Gideon Johnny Gardner Etta Dunham - Talented Clara Harding - Beautiful Mrs. Rainey - Best Natured - Wit and Humor iywex 552 5 1 , if X J 'f ,V ' 'Ma , I E aaa i Q Q fl lgill' ggi E3 E13 1:53. 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Without their cooperation THE NIXA EAGLE Of'l945 could not be made possible. , , W-...,-:A-1,.,..- -3 ,-1 C-.....q :-.f,a ::fj-ra.-Y , q-.+p.f5.7 ,g?s9?-. ix?E1.itb1rkF C0 SENIOR Roger Fitzpatrick John Stienert Junior Young Kyle Carter Jack Gardner Juanita Bolin Richard Jones Etta Dunham Patsy Darr Lois Cooksey Fern Koch LOU Ann Gamble Lurene Maples Mildred Maness W 22 r R to " '-'?"f ff ' ' Eff' ' "1-T41-+1 313 :M-G-eff-3--?9a62seL:1.:.1:.e:'--2x:,::g5aaa-f-z,.:,e,:.-7,...ga.:f..4...nQ4.,gfz.5,--,,-,.f-me... ,. - 1 N.,-Q, , ., D ,fr I' V, V, f i, H..- ,fgw . M A vu Sl ' T 0 q . -,-.. ll-, Q WISE FEED co.' 1, i I nistributer of PURINA cnows E A For Poultry, Hogs, and Dairy Qn,2HZF ' I I MM M Garden and nl-gm , A QA field Seeds 'K M 'I f1e5K'! .X 5Q l"I' l Wqmui . SR " --m.. ,'--- we do duh r',y j Q t 1 d a n :Hows cus om gr n ing I I Q.. I I uf PHONE 1866A ' -Xs.l-l-l,, 440 S. CAMPBELL Avis. , '--A- -1' SPRINGFIELD, Mo. H q SPRINGFIELD , MIS .SOUBI 509 E. McDaniel OZARK TIRES INC 62 O Bo onville Springfi eld , Missouri REPAIRING Sc BECAPPIEG Frank Wesson Sales Manager of . DX STATION JIT. 'TERNIGAN QQ- ' 'wa' " " ' M I N S 2 CONSOLIDATED O , APRODUCTSCOMPANY 3 CLAY HAWKINS, MANAGER I g DYEING A st 216 E. Central FROM Gnowsas AFTER MARCH 1 - L Springfield, Missouri V I ewzlaww af PICKLE WORK 7' nfccoNNELLvs eoo w. Rogers Phone 3671 ff GROCERY KE Springfield, Missodri O N I I PEER I ' S I E - N s I Mr HARDWARE COMPANY . j - C1-1' GENERAL HARDWARE, SPORTING GOODS X C Q sg 317 SOUTII AVENUE " I -W N a SS: S PHONE 476 A X , SPRINGFIELDQ MISSOURI E , uf - f A Q Q ' COMPLIMENTS DORAN'S DRUG STORE A NlxA, Mlssoum BURGNER-BOWMAN MATHEWS LUM1-:ER COMPANY Ozark BOTH PHONES Missduri ' , Er ' " - . FBABY CHICKS EOF HIGHEST QUALITY I ' U. S. APPROVED. 4 ' f CULLED AND BLOOD-TESTED ELOCKS . 1 4 Q I -. f H 5. "5 II-.x . N 'b r f WX :fr I -I ' ' I ESTES FARM5 5 HATCHERY 433 South CampbeIl.Ave. Phone 2293. springfield, Mo' CHRISTIAN CCU-NTY'S LEADING NEWSPAPER SJANCE1886 A efzluliian Aeoomfq R RW Fashion of Hour at Sensible Prices Visit Our Sports Department 309 College Springfield, Mo. Commercial Printers 4 OZARK, MISSOURI H I-If CHAFFIN FUNERAL HOME OZARK , MISSOURI TRADING POST I. E4 Hoare Manager Ozark, Missounrl. 1-Ioth Phones MACK'S STATION GHS, OIL, GROCEBIES AUTO SUEPLIES R GB. F. MGKIDLLUH CLEANING FASHION CLEANERS PRESSIIIIG COR, GRANT 84: MT. VERNON SPRINGFIELD, MO. HAT' BLOCKING-ALTERATION AND REPAIR WORK WE STRIVE TO PLEASE YC 1 G 9-51 in l t fb?" Q lu S 4.1. ALL TR PHI L..-.... CHARLES F. BOYD County Superintendent of Schools of f , we C9 R O gk' , 1.,.,1i:,: 1 -'gf ,,..1 J I ISRRVICR. ssmrrom " A T5-P681 Batteries, Accessories Oils and Greases Highwe 65 C9 TOM il ALC C O M P L.I M E N T S O F I WHEELER FURNITURE 315-315 W. WALNUT---32B SD.. CAMPBELL AVENUE TELEPHUNE3523 , SPRINGFIELD, MISSCIURI GOIRPLIIMENTS of N 0 EIL C O X I wish to thank Nlxa for the:Il' support in the election. C O M P L I M E N T S of I ELLIS SHOE STCRE 505 College Street Springfield, Missouri featuring Peter Shoes ,vffo5'.A.Efi.EL,A,Cl5. T0,lRA,Qi- Q 'uRNITUII Bic KR T? -RSSWEUIIIERCUYII Psi J I HOUSE OF GOOD FURNITURE AND LOW PRICES ,Springfield M isrourf - Uomfzfimenlfi of . 517525 St. Louis Street OP A Springfield, Missouri N1x.A. HARDWARE DIL'-ON BROS C o 'II P A N Y I ' HARDWARE AND IIIIIPLEMENTS I QQ C lg Cl rm NIM OF ALL Knmfussounr Springfield' MO' . .. -J i I 3: af LEE Xb Settles thep SKELLY SERVICE Isfomach 5 ke HEDGPETH IR KELTNEB F'I,H'gP"" lx NIXA, MISSOURI 4 iv I f A - a mix I ou AI.I.wI: :gli nor I Vizilfgns I gg?-itlilsflligtiieeliligiagirhglgii tgey coup?-132 A voir-Ayxriiexleiel thirst drink . . . A C0015 0 1 I' CTU . SALESRSERVICE E P MASSEY HARRIS TRABTCIRS TRACTOR SPECIALIST 8: FARM MACHINERY PHDNEID44 "- RESIDENQE 1170 UN'DN BTUUKYARDS' SPRINGFIELD. MISSOURI Qu s nowmrco. Our Ideal "To make well and to trade fairly. To profit not alone in dollars but in the good will of those with whom we deal. To correct our errors. To im- prove our opportunities and to rear from the daily work a structure which shall be known for all that is best in business." JQ..fZ7-J-f-.2-1-r-N,, IBIUXQIIQWIEILIL CHIEIESIE CO r NMA M0 DIVISIOIX OF WILSON dc CO , WI scifi 84 Co X- . L . 2't - V' mc. ' -aev'. f Ja 'Clneoow -fade! i3fL0'cfEm y.oufrf1, , f 'r ,AA 1 - ., -,::'M'2'-:jr1s.,.,s.v':':,a-..-1 ,:L-It A Lg, , W IT'S THE TRUTH!!! Bobby Pins--Scarce These War Days!! Flashlight Batteries--Few to Be Had! Chocolate Candy--Hard to Find! YESIAA The items above and many more Are allocated and rationed for fair distribution for all ------ BUT FOLKS N O R A T I O N I N G AT N E W B E R R Y ' S OF F R I E N D L Y A N D C O U R T E O U S E R V I C E J.J. Newberry 5g-10g-255 Rgblic Square Springfield, Moa I WW aiu ' S He's back home. honorably discharged from the service of his country and he's all ready to start up where he left oft. The establishment of a permanent home is the biggest thing and his upper- ' most ambition. He well deserves all the courtesy, con- sideration and help that can be given him and our store intends to see that he gets it. SEDGWICK Furniture Co Springfield, Missouri Fon PROFIT 's SAKE F QE E n Through the Year With TINDLEYS SPECIAL MASHES TINDLE'S SPECIAL STARTING MASH TINDLE'S SPECIAL GROWING MASH .I TINDLE'S SPECIAL EGG MASH TINDLE MILLING CO. 701 E. CHESTNUT SPRINGFIELD, MO. Phone 581 -:- Long Distante L. D. 8 1 r W WARD RAI NE Y PHILLIPS PETROLEUM PRODUCTS 'J H O L E S A L E . O Z A H K, M I S S O U R I ,- , --L.---,- , ef.: FRED HAWKINS 41 41 -K 'll ck 'K MAX HAWKINS COIIPLIIBNTS THE FRED HAWKINS MILL comms AND NETTLETON STREETS' SPRINGFIELD , MISSOURI 41 41 +1 Telephone 984 ' ' -K W f , v . - f ' ff f 'Y , W fjwzwl 3 ff , I , o'! , x ' D ,ff ,MZ X T THE K ,ae if OZARK THEATEER y ll ' - elm e are a local institution, in- Nil: terested in the communityg equipped to supply financial ser- , vices including loans. We know your TEAME? up needs and problems and want to help IGI-'E KE!-'TNER 'Z ' you. lt's to your best interest to bank 1922 MANAGER . A here and borrow here. You benefit, 'Avy qmmy 1' E I ,, f' and the community benefits. Won't 'Y X 'l X f A ' 6fVlfTURY you come in and talk things over? , 0 ' la u I THE. CITIZENS BANK 945 SPRINGFlELD,MO. ' ILHUCZ Cgtdjylp L - 1 . 1' . 1, - - -- ,- ' wr' 4 - . ,e-Lee,-, .LL -t--'.f.,..a .. . .Muife-:f-fr:---Q-.1---1-- ' fm'-' 's' -L+' -1' 5 " ' ' ""' ' " ' m f' l---Q W r , 'ms 3 Compliments T 5 f L Q A 4 I hl I , ff: "PRIDE of fans" O , RIDER: JOHN RICRTRR 7 M MR. AND MRS. RAY HEDGPETH V, i, lsc . IJ, Wfl' R HEADQUARTERS in the X for STOCK and POULTRY REMEDIES. 7 I 3 : A Q-2:-'Q I . VACCINES SERUMS Av'4 ,- REMEDIES . INSTRUMENTS R Walnut and Campbell Springfield, mo. Q Bring US y0uI' STOCK and POULTRY PROBLEMS. W V I 4, ' ....-,, : " 9 ,9 X' 3' as-' --T 'if 'v ff x, , - 1 f T Q .mf If Q Q3 a y f Hearty Congratula ' t If , Graduates! Ions, in S' f f YOur d' . Americliriovnfig 'S imhlematic of the You to go Forts .Life and entitles ln the Career of g ff' N :S , WAY OF LIFE? 'What is the The work we do, The power To choose To grow and have the iarger view, i ei Thai we are free, To know and e To siand ered, noi bow +he knee, i ihe S+a1'e, To be no chaHe,i o To be ihe rnasier oi our iaie, 'k io iose, To win, To dare, +o ris, career begin. To make our own To serve The worid in our own wav, To gain in wisdom, day by day, 'f 'ro ciimb, +o rise, Wiih hope and zes Thai WAY OF UFE. AMERICAN is +he Ameaxom THE EMPIRE DISTRICT ELEC-I-RIC C0 An kAm ' errcan-Way lns'ri+u1'ion . ,,.....1-1 ' fx CHICK M fm wszzw STARTER LIPSCOMB GRAIN and SEED CO. SPRINGFIELD, MISSOURI X ,if X W! Q f 5 . - - Y .--'ri-lie!-ff'-4 "Lf 11:t':" L3"i "' ' -f '51- The pause ' 6 I I that refreshes I . fe f , , I 0 1 lr" -' I o .0 1 69: . , U Qu.. I 0. ,I m Q. i n ,- I x' v' Aft , " 0 SJ., 1- ' -1 ' 7' 5 5' l IQAUY V DRINK M lame A BITE M y TO EAT , as ' " of' I 's-,,, Q f 1 v 1 D IQ m 2' IU 2 QD f iw W Uv, s':' I 0 ' Eggs! X 'ws 0000 Y 5 1' 4 4- 'U T I f r l MI sr .-J DR. PEPPER OTTLING CO. Springfield , Hi ssouri , pringiield ie MROW EE B U YEPS Coca-Cola if THE BOTTLING COMPANY NL 7 f of HANKS FURNITURE COMPANY Ozark, Missouri MAPLES FUNERAL HOME V ,. ' .,aa'-I 2: sf -'..:.: 1.41 H . ,, Q.. ,, ,X 553 :- -1. 4 EVERYTHING IN ROME FUBNISHING .,,, , OOUNSEL ARD OO- OPERATION I IS OUR MOTTO 7 f I Ap Day or Night Service -If EXCLUSIVE FURRIEH iii "' Clever and Nixa, Missouri Complete Stock from Rabbit to Mink jk 5155 V3 me L22 fl O 1 cu1'H J FF N PHONE A63 -.:, -e'-'.' S IN I L Ml O I I I i A H ,1 .L .1 l.- 'ION uri ...l-...-.Q ' J '2- SHLRWCDCDD liusamwung CQ. IWC News FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE 26 years at 517-19-21 Campbell Our 2nd year at 401-403 College Phone 114 phone 545 SPR! NGHLLD MQ EL! 3 I fb" :J V IIS III OZARIIQ SODA BAR 2 V-- f F' S . IF I O-ZARIIQ DRUG Ozark, M issourl EARL G. TURNER, CHAIRMAN DAVID LE BOLT, VICE-CHAIRMAN KATE SAVAGE, TREAS. LOUIS W. REPS, ACTING SECY. ASSEICIATED RETAI LER5 DIVI5 I El N CI F THE CHAMBER CF CEIMMERCE d OFFICE OF ACTING SECY., CHAMBER OF COMMERCE L, TELEPHONE 141 ' SPRINGFIELD, MISSOURI I I FI T H E I Q I A S S o c T A T H D R H T A T L H R S L OF 'I S P R T N G T T H L D , T.. WISH EVERY SUCCESS To N TH 1945 NTXA HIGH SCHOOL f' T,,7 I GRADUATING CLASi,f1' , Siggigg g, 3 , I X Louis W. Rep-'S , Springfi ald Chamber of Comrnerfiff X I - 3 SECY. W . A D K I N S T R U C K I N G YOU CALL Pictured above are Mr. Wedkin's drivers. Reading from left to right: Pet Whrd, Glell Harding, Arley Renolds, and Vhlter Oswalt. ' 2 E? , M I S S O U R I A A . ,- ,-we-9 .- . WE HAUL UDITQRYS QFFIGE STATE OF MISSOURI' T .Q -B :-E A A " 'lf' kd --, -21 i :.. f '-X ul .P X . ,gl 3 , .QA . QI? M-: ' . s- 1 I- - uri ne X ...A Mucccxx FORREST SMITH, AUDITOR JEFFERsoN'G1TY I am interested in the proper education of the youth of our land, and extend best wishes to you in all your efforts. I Qooowv M11 STATE AUDITOR COMPLIMENTS Ledbettefs Sanitary Market F. A. LEDBETTER, OWNER CDZAIQIA IBANIIA A A. Ozark, Missouri Ol'ARK,M0., YERQERIES PAND i VEFETIBBLESJL t COMPLIMENTS umsu OF ESTABLISHED 1906 - i s ' DOC'S CAFE hfmszi'-' - 1 3 323 South Campbell Springfield, Mo, BT , P COMPLIMENVTS COMPLIMENES Q OF A ?l 55 FOPD HAGUEWOOD,54E2iRK.r4o. e , comPL1mENrrs PATTCN S E L U E- s HOME APPLIANCES CREAMERY CO 214 S. Campbell Street SPI' iflglf ie ld , Missouri SPRINGFIELD. MISSOURI, HThe Westinghouse Storen - - -E A E A A L b 'Congratulations to The Nixa Christian Church The Nixa Baptist Church The Nixa Church of Christ .1 I s z i Y 11- W -l lrket ETABLES d, Mo. -111- - lp -111--I 'ix ff, Y 3 nw, s 1 1 J fp fn WL 4 Y, fr K 'T of yo -Li- X HW . -JL- ..a, I J... w 5 L 1 ! . G0VEiNOkWmmWm1 C OMPLI M ENTS OF G C V E R N 0 R P H I L M. D O N'N E L L Y HOTUG PHS L , xv gQ?MkmU7 Jgffff xp FOR Goon PHOTOGRAPHS Q Q VISIT G! Qfmrlmvi jituirin , UR MO EST BLI H 191 A complete photographic service, covering NEVERYTHING IN PICTURESN Q U V. RANDALL EEIDEN M STIEF ATER P S ... lii.... DEYUE - R s B H PAIN UILDERS' ARDWARE E E N C I T QUEEN CITYWOODWORICS RYg33gyD LUMBER COMPANY LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL EIF' ALL KIND5 B P ILIIIJ C S Tl-:LEPHDNI-:s SBD 531 D P GENERAL MILL WIIIRK A SPRINGFIELD, NIISSOURI R The President and Entire Directorate of the - Y W O O D W O R K S A N D L U M B E R C O M P A N Y 1547 BOONVILLE AVE. PHONES 550-551 SPRINGFIELD, MISSOURI Most heartily compliments the President, the Board of Directors, and all the good Citizens comprising the Nixa Consolidated School District. Your school and property is a fine example of what can be accomplished when forward-looking citizens pull together for the com on good. Y 531 Y U2wl"l"""'T r'1O':lIm IIIU2 'UO BILL EWING YOU WEAB'EM PBOPRIETOR REPAIR'EM N I X A U1Ul""'g CSO ""'.1U 1... 1,11 CLASS WILL BEING OF SANE MIND AND A GOOD MOOD WE HEREBY DECLARE THIS TO BE THE LAST I, I, I, I, I, WILL AND TESTAMENT OF THE SENIORS oF 1945 Patsy Darr, do bequeath my jitterbuggin' ability to Rosale Maynard. Lou Ann Gamble, do bequeath -my ability to get along with the Nmale populationn of this institution to Lucille Parsons. Roger Fitzpatrick, leave my title NSleepyW to Tommy Keltner. Q Mary Rice, leave my abilityato play a piano to Eloise Gideon. i', Mildred Maness,be queath my secret HLove' for Van Johnson to Kathleen Ball. We, Jack, Kyle, Sherman, Jerry, and Jr. do L I , , I, I, We, I, We, We, I, I, I, We, I, I, I, I, We, Luerene and Vonda Mae, present our ability to play basketballin Coach Glenn's prodigies in the form of Earl, Johnny, Billy, Jack, and Tommy. Ai J. Hunter, do bequeath my ability to go to Junior Parties to Jr. Maples. Etta Dunham, do bequeath my girlish figure to Bonnie Blevins. Jack Gardner, bequeath my masculine handsomeness to Earl Carter. Jenna and Janet Tatum, bequeath our ability to get our names mixed to any poor souls who want it. Jr. Young, leave my appetite to all of those who rob the cafeteria of edibles every noon. the Senior Pep Girls, leave WEdnaN to the next year club members. the Senior Boys, bequeath our ability to think up excuses for getting out of music to any person who can best use it. Juanita Bolin, bequeath my height to Clara Mae Harding. Sherman Pruitt, do bequeath my suave, masculine charm to Everett Maness. John Steinert, bequeath my name NSwoon Boyn to Loran Linebaugh. Kyle and Lois, do will our school romance to the Romantic Age. Jerry Doran, bequeath my record as one of the first to plunge through the icy waters in the spring to any Blue-blooded Lad. Richard Jones, do bequeath my secret passion for redheads to Charles Parsons. Betty Wasson, leave my notes and letters to be published in next Fern Koch, do bequeath voice to Edna Lea Young year's annual. my musical C?J ,bequeath ourlove for novels to next year English students. x n ANNUAL STAFF PLAY "The Pampered Darling" by Beatrice Humiston McNeil 'CAST Connie Gibbons - sixteen years old . . . . . . . Mary Ellen Rice CEditor-in-Chief of the Annualj Janet Gibbons - her older sister . . . . . . . .Etta Jean Dunham CArt Editor of the Annualj Mrs. Perkins - a middle-aged housekeeper . . . . Lucille Parsons Victor Gibbons - fourteen years old . . . .Tommy Keltner Dudley Field - seventeen . . . . . . . . . .'. . . John Stienert CBusiness Manager of the Annualj Jessica Bacon - friend of the Gibbons girls . . .Norma Lou Roy Joy Gaylord - friend of the Gibbons girls . . . Annadel Hedgpeth Annabelle Green - friend of the Gibbons girls . . . .Janet Tatum Floyd Davis - fourteen . . . . . . . . . . Jack Turner Dr. Rudolf von Hapsburger - Rudy'Waring . . . .Gerry Doran Norman Evans - a college student . . . . . .Sherman Pruitt Well, now the time has come when we must leave one another for a while. We know we can never for get the happy moments, the sad moments, the surprises, the thr- illse-the friendships we've all had together. yTo us this year has imprinted a beautiful record of memories. You know what they are, for you are part of them.We hope you enjoy this The Nixa Eagle of 1945 as much as we have enjOyed'preparing it for you. Well, I'm shovin' off now! THE fa 15 . f ,353 1 . X ffqyyg P 3 1 1 we A farigli f ,' i7.5w Wei 7-w -5 Kp.. Y J"f'1 I H, ' I l,A Q4ff3kff mm wwf sM41Hf fvHwf.Jf.rtf ' 4 .fu 51 ' 1 :V z :.' ' . ,v ..,:f. y ffm ', Miva? , , ,W-,if ,im . rag, , MF" I . 1 . Uri, ..-.ZA , ?,,'-Kg' 1 - ...NI-i'.' 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