North Kansas City High School - Purgold Yearbook (North Kansas City, MO)

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T fe "S.xxXi 3 'K .5 .ww Xe. ,,.,.--f refsenfafion like QWL onrzuoi puoiication of tlze Morto Kansas City Scfiooi is presenteo! for your czpprovoi oy the Senior Cioss o1fI9-41, Nortk jfarzsos Qxity, Awissouri Evditor: iwornia 36011116 Qyoverl' Business flwaliagers: Qxfallchcz 1511111 B06 Kumfasb 4 H Cl' 0l't'? ll! 01' Reminiscences of the Spring of life are cloistered herein that will grow ever decrer even as waning Full evolves into the meriuriiy of declining Winter. DONATED BY: JAN WILSON JULY 1998 e' Zofz l . Mr. Forrest F. Greer came to North Kansas City High School seven years ago as a faculty member, and has since 1938, served this school as vice-principal, and as principal dur- ing the second semester of the 1940-1941 school year, while Principal O. K. Phillips was on leave of absence. He is one who is respected and admired by faculty members and students alike. He is a friend, an adviser, and or regular fellow. The Owl Staff takes pleasure in dedicating this, The 1941 OW1, to Mr. Forrest F. Greer. b I I I ' I I I I ' ' 1 1 5 I , 1 " 1 I I I I I II JI I I I I I 1 1 I 1 :I II ,I Y I I I' ' aI 1 QI I -I I I 1 L 1 A A I I0 Q has-qu-p-..,.....,., I I I 1 II 1 I 1 i 1 1 I I -w. Ms'w'f-W: ..-WWTES1 4 3 I N I 1 , . l l H V i in 4 an Q "'ig,1'N7 f X'Q i 'S ' -A 2fQfQl?1W ni N f M X 0 ,gy '71 L 0 gf Gee, frfhe 070f7ZA.5 X2 fa f My wf51 a A2514 man. am wwf M XM ,04,f,,.? ,1, Z , K 21211 ZW? .-QP, K E. X A I 1'FY1iAV ' -,1i.,'., V Th ,ly 4 W-. K ., atrzcL Marlon Born May 21 1920 Dled Sepfember 3 1940 H0140 GOWN Born Iuly 24 1924 Dled Iuly 30 1940 11 4-, IHS ' 6'df20l2 . . . 2 go cqcfminiafzafion It has been truthfully said that a school system can be no better than its administration. For it is the policies and practices of the administration that are handed down to the faculty, and they in turn put these policies and practices into effect with the students. The effectiveness of the entire organization depends upon the efficiency of its personnel, but certainly it must have someone whom it respects and admires to look to for counsel and leadership. North Kansas City has such men in Supt. L. O. Litle, Prin. O. K. Phillips, and Vice-principal F. F. Greer. Sound policies in administration enable this school to hold an enviable position among schools of the state. UO U55 .guocmcf fcfucafion Too much appreciation cannot be shown for members of the Board of Education. They are the public spirited citizens who so willingly give their time and efforts without pay so that this school system can exist and function. The North Kansas City High School and the four elementary schools operate as public institutions only because of the existence and resourcefulness of the Board of Education. -12 K L. O. LITLE, A. M. Superintendent of the North Kansas City Public Schools ,VY I I 0 I L. 'V ,. r, N X KITTY COOL Secretary I a 4 I 1 O. K. PHILLIPS, A. M. F. F. GREEK A- M. Principal of the Vice-Principal of the North Kansas City High School 5 North ,Kansas City High School w MADA DENNY secretary Q F- Il .,r In-1., Qgoafccf of flcfucafiolz Left to right: Albert Fuson, Treosurerg W. R. Alleng E. D. Lewis, Ir.g Dr. R. C. Porter, Vice president: lack Street, Presidentg V. I. Woods: W. W. Chick: R. F. Poynter, Secretcrryy L O. Litle, Superintendent of Schools. 15 , ,J elliot' A f ifldifaf PRESIDENT VICEVPRESIDENT SECRETARY Fred Fitzsimmons lohnny Fowler Mary Rokach TREASURER SERGEANT-AT-ARMS REPORTER Betty Hanley Moody Murry Martha Bell Class Color: Midnight Blue and Silver Class Flower: Lily of the Valley Class Motto: "'W'hat we are to be, we are becoming." 16 GLEN ANDERSON BOB BALLARD Hi-Y IAMES BARNES DONNA BEITMAN Buzz Staff, Honor Club l bv I l'-Q! flaw uv f 1 ,xv A BELL I-louor Club, Student Councxl Gul Ros rve, Girl Reserve Ccrlomet CHARLES BENIAMIN H1Y Radio Club, Band cmd O chcqtrcr, Track PAUL BRANDENBURG Hi-Y, "N" Club, Track, Football, Basketball MARTHA BRENNER Library Club, Girl Reserve RUTH BRINK OLA BROOKS Glee Club I AMES BROWN Masque and Gavel, Hi-Y Dynamic, Band, Orchestra, Senior Play KENNETH BRYANT MARILYN CALES Pep Softail. Gltl Reserve, Girl Reserve Cabinet, Honor Club FRANCES CANTRELL G. A. A., Band, Orchestra KELLY CARPENTER Hi-Y, "N" Club, Basketball HELEN CARR G. A. A., Girl Reserve DARLENE CHADVVICK Cheerleader-Pep Squad, Girl Re- serve, Girl Reserve Cabinet, G. A. A., Owl Queen Attendant MARY DORTHA CLAPP Girl Reserve, Home EC., G. A. A Girl E-1 2 ra zll rl Re- G. A. J A. A. ,T-5 . BH. 1 r-V. ,ff I 5 . ' s li ll, g , Nw. l N , CAROL CLARDY Art Club, Girl's Glee Club ROBERT CLARK Hi-Y PAUL COKER Hi-Y, "N" Club, Football EDWARD COLLINS Radio Club HAZEL CONN Senior Play, Masque and Gavel MARTHA COOLEY Girl Reserve, Honor Club, Girl Reserve Cabinet, Mixed Chorus, Girl's Quartet 1 A NORMA IEANNE COVERT Editor of Owl, Buzz Staff, Girl Reserve, Girl Reserve Cabinet, Mas- que and Gavel, Quill and Scroll, Senior Play, Ass'n Director of Iunior Play, Soprano Soloist, Madriqal Singers, Gir1's Quartet, Double Mixed Quartet, Single Mixed Quar- tet, Triple Trio, Glee Club RICHARD CUTHBERTSON Hi-Y, Football, "N" Club EDDIE DAUCK FRANK DAVIS Hi-Y WEBSTER DeLAPP LA GRETA DONALDSON Pep Squad, Girl Reserve Cabinet, President of Girl Reserves, Honor Club BILL DOXNNING RALPH DOWNING Hi-Y ETIFA DRENNON Honor Club, Girl Reserve, Library Club LETTA DRENNON Honor Club, Girl Reserve, Library Club CHRISTINE DROSTE G. A. A. BENNY DUDLEY F. F. A., Hi-Y EVELYN DUNITHAN Girl Reserve, Art Club, Masque and Gavel, Owl Staff CLAY EDVVARDS Hi-Y 1 I MARY IANE EDWARDS Girl Reserve I 1 IONNY ENGGAS Hi-Y, Masque and Gavel, Senior Play ' as al LOUISE PILGER Home Ec. Club, Girl Reser ze SHIRLEY FISHER A Honor Club, Girl Reserve, Girl Reserve Cabinet, Pep Squad, Library - Club, Buzz Stall L I usque enior Girl rary FRED FITZSIMMONS Editor of Buzz, President Senior -N Class, Student Council, Hi-Y, Senior Play, Masque and Gavel, Quill and Scroll, Owl Staff CLIFFORD FLANIGAN Hi-Y, Band, Track RUTH FLETCHER Girl Reserve, Masque and Gavel, Senior Play DELORES FOSTER Girl Reserve, Honor Club IOHNNY POWLER President Band and Orchestra, Pep Squad+Chee-rleader, Vice- Presi- dent Senior Class, Track, Senior Hi-Y President .xff-"" GLENN FRY Band, Orchestra MARGUERITE FULTON G. A., Girl Reserve, Girl Reserve Cabinet, Pep Squad BETTY LEE FUNK Band, Girl Reserve, Masque and Gavel DOROTHY GAMMON Girl Reserve BRUCE GAYLORD CLARA MAE GILBERT Home Ec. Club HELEN GLENN G. A. A., Library Club 1 I, ll l 41 5, 1 i l 1 , , 1, 1., f1 E1 tl L1 1, .11 ini 3111 E1 11 31 1 21 21 1 , l l 1 1 1 1 13 i 1 i 11 l 1 1 V i l l 1 1 1 DONALD GOODELL DORIS GRAVATT Girl Reserve, Orchestra EUGENE GREEN "N" Club, Football, Basketball ROBERT GRIESSEL ROBERT HALL Library Club, Mixed Chorus BETTY HANLEY Home EC. Club, Buzz Staff, Pep Squad, Girl Reserve, Girl Reserve Cabinet, Owl Queen Attendant, Lib- rary Club, Treasurer Senior Class HMIVHE I-IARMON Radio Club, Hi-Y L, ff J' ' 1' f+f1"TJpy,,f BARBARA HARRIS Girl Reserve JOAN MARIE HENRY Art Club, Girl Reserve, Masque and Gavel, Owl Staff MARTHA HOBSON Art Club EVA MAE HOMER Girl Reserve LAUREN HUDGENS President Student Council, H1-Y Dynamic Group, President Masque and Gavel, Hi-Y, "N" Club, Hanoi Club 'Lf 119 1'Y UO Ol' q 1 ' STANLEY IAMESON Radio Club, Hi-Y, Hi-Y Dynamic Group GENE JENKINS Hi-Y ROBERT IOHNSON Hi-Y, Radio Club RAY IOHNSON Hi-Y, Radio Club ROBERT KELLER Hi-Y, Model Airplane Club CHARLES KENNEDY CRYSTAL KENNEDY Mixed Chorus DONNA KILMER Girl Reserve, Honor Club PATRICK LEWIS Was culled for military service under llOih engineers MARVIN LITTLEJOHN Hi-Y, "N" Club, -Masque cmd- Gavel HAROLD LOGSTON F. F. A., H1-Y N5 xx MELVIN LONG F. F. A., Pep Squad Cheerleader, Honor Club LOIS LYNCH Girl Reserve GEORGE MACKEN Hi-Y, - Football SYBIL MALQTT Library Club HAROLD MALOY Model Airplane Club, I-Ii-Y WILLIAM MALOY Basketball, Hi-Y FRANK MARTIN Hi-Y DONALD MELTON Hi-Y MARIORIE MIDDLETON Girl Reserve LOUIS MORGAN DONALD MURPHY Bcmd, Orchestra GLADYS MURPHY TACQUELINE MURPHY Girl Reserve we ffl! Ev MOODY MURRY Hi-Y, "N" Club, Football Captain, Basketball, Sgt. at Arms-Sr. Class NOEL MYERS EVA LEE NIEI-IAUS Hornets Buzz Staff, Honor Club, Girl Reserve Cabinet, Girl Reserve EDWARD NYE I-li-Y ELTON PAINTER Football, Hi-Y BETTY PARR Girl Reserve LOREN PHILLIPS MARIORIE PHILLIPS Girl Reserve, Owl Staff VIRGINIA PIBURN GENE PIPES Hi-Y DANTE PORRETTI , Radio Club DIXIE POYNTER Honor Club, Art Club, Girl Re- serve Cabinet, Pep Squad, Mixed Chorus, Girls Glee Club, Masque and Gavel, Senior Play, Girl Re- serve, Maclriqal Singers, Girls, Quartet, Single Mixed Quartet, Double Mixed Quartet, Owl Queen Attendant, Contralto Soloist 'V'lRGlNlA PRICE Girl Reserve, Bond EAMES REED Hi-Y, Football LOWELL RENNER Radio Club, F. F. A., Hi-Y Dy- nczmic PAULIN E RI-IEA Pep Squad, G. A. A., Girl Be- serve, Masque and Gcxvel BILL RHOADES F. F. A. M ARY MARGARET ROBERTSON Rcrdio Club, Bcmd, Orchestra, Girl Reserve, Mcszjue and Gavel, Ox,-J1 Stuff DELLA ROCK Girl Reserve, Mixed Chorus RUTH ROGERS Girl Reserve lS RUPE Bcm, Orchestrcr, Girl Reserve 5 EMIL SAMBORSKI Hi-Y ANNA LEA SCHMIDT Pep Squad, Girl Reserve, G. A A., Honor Club RUBY SCHOONOVER Y A 4 'El BILL SCHROEDEH I-II-Y, Band and Orchestra BILL SIBLEY Archery BETTY SIMMONS I qc 41, VIRGINIA SIMPSON BETTY LOU SMITH Girl Reserve, Band and Orchestra BILL SMITH Hi--Y, Radio Club, "N" Club, Track Girl DEWAYN E SPICKLER Hi-Y BETTY SPHIETZER Reserve, Home Economic Club FRANCES SPRINKLE 'Honor Club STELLA STEPNEY Girl Reserve, Honor Club MARION STEVENS Hi-Y, Radio Club WILBUR SUMMERS CLAUDIA SUTTER Honor Club, Girl Reserve, Masque and Gavel, Owl Staff, Senior Play VERNIE SWAGGERTY Girl Reserve CALVIN SWAN RAYMOND TAYLOR WILMA TEAGARDEN Girl Reserve IEANNE TODD Girl Reserve, Archery, Library Club LOUISE TUCKER Art Club, Girl Reserve, Girl serve Cabinet EVALENA WARREN Girl Reserve ROBERT WATERS Hi-Y, Buzz Staff, Owl Staff WILMA WATHEN Girl Reserve MILDRED WILLIAMS BRYAN WELLS R i 46 it fan fs. BETTY BRENNER Masque and Gavel, Honor Club, Girl Reserve, Girl Reserve Cabinet Student Council, Pep Squad-Cheer leader, Owl Queen Attendant DOROTHY BRUCE Chorus WILLIAM LANCE Hi-Y BETTY LUSK Art Club, Library Club, Girl Re- serve, Girl Reserve Cabinet, Home Ec. Club MARY ROY Girl Reserve, Girl Reserve Cabinet, Pep Squad-Assistant Cheerleader, Honor Club, Owl Queen CLINT FERGUSON I Not photoqraphedl MILDRED WILSON IOHNNIE WIGGINS Art Club AUBREY WILLIAMS Owl Staff, Buzz Staff, Biology Club ' FRED WILLIAMS Art Club, Hi-Y, "N" Club ELIZEBETH WILLIAMS Owl Staff, Masque and Gavel, Girl Reserve, Honor Club MARY ROKACI-I Buzz Staff, Owl Staff, Girl Reserve, Girl Reserve Cabinet, Pep Squad- Cheerleader, Student Council, Secre- tary of Senior Class r,..... . , .,,.. ,,,, . , ,,.,.,...,,... .. , ...k . ,,,.. . .,. 0, .,,.,. T y, , .... .. , ..., ,... . ..,. ,. , , ,., .,-.,,. . , SENIOR GIRL RESERVES Top row-left to right: Stella Stepny, Dorothy Gammon, Marilyn Cales, Shirley Fisher, Donna Kilmer, Betty lane Spreitzer, Margaret Berg, Vernie Swagqerty, Elizebeth Williams, Betty Lusk, Ruth Rogers, Louise Tucker, Anna Lee Schmidt, Martha Cooley. , . Third row: Ioan Henry, Betty Smith, Wilma Wathen, Mary lane Edwards, Gloria Bloom, Marguerite Fulton, Helen Carr, Pauline Rhea, Della Rock, Dixie Poynter, La Greta Donaldson, Eva Mae Homer, Mary Robertson, Miss Bereniece Hume, sponsor. Second row: Darline Chadwick,, Martha Bell, Doris Bird, Dolores Foster, Betty Parr, Martha Brenner, Louise Filger, Jeanne Todd, Iacqueline Murphy, Etta lean Drennon, Evalena Warren, Bettye Funk, Mary Roy. Bottom row: Betty Brenner, Wilma Teegarden, Eva Lee Niehaus, Evelyn Dunithan, Marjorie Phillips, Barbara Harris, Louise Foster, Ginger Price, Betty Hanley, Mary Clapp, Lois Lynch, Doris Gravatt. Not photographed: Norma Ieanne Covert, Ruth Fletcher,Marjorie Middleton, Mary Rokach, Doris Rupe, Claudia Sutter. SENIOR HI-Y Top row-left to right: Charles Benjamin, Richard Cuthbertson, Paul Coker, Frank Davis, Ray Iohnson, Robert Waters, Lowell Renner, Marion Stevens, Buddy Flanigan, Robert Iohnson. Third row: Donald Melton, Paul Brandenburg, Lauren Hudgens, Moody Murry, Ralph Downing, Clay Edwards, Gene Ienkins, Bill Downing, Bruce Gaylord. Second row: Robert Keller, Ionny Enggas, Frank Martin, Kelly Carpenter, Fred Fitzsimmons, Fred Williams, lames Berry DeWayne Spickler, Mr. O. K. Phillips, sponsor. Bottom row: Edward Nye, Bill Smith, Gene Pipes, lohnny Fowler, Iames Brown, Stanley Iameson, Jimmie Harmon, Marvin Littlejohn. X t 1 30 J' f fl 5 V F19 'IG JI1, SS se a r. mn, ls, es G -1 7 .9115 I l 1 f 1 i l undo 'za Top row-left to right: Bill Avis, Sylvia Cameron, David Allen, leanarthur Capps, Oscar Annis, Irene Blogin, George C Q Bliss, Lillian Cox, lames Crockett, Ruth Bcrgmier, Lcis Middle row: Vern Ballenger, Audley Campbell, Fayetta WB K Coomber, Charles Blythe, Naomi Brown, Ardin Burndige, Bottom row: Ieanne Allen, Alvin Callen, Martha lane Genevieve Callicotte, lames Beckman, Mary lane Bidwell Top row-left to right: Ned Vincent, Edna Dean Wilkins Herman Schelstrate, Virginia Taylor, Lenore Zentner, lim I , l Ray Spurgeon, Maria Sandstrom, Eugene Werline, Ruth Bottom row: Lucille Williams, Roberta Taylor, Corinne Webb, Annetta West. Bailey, Dorothy Bowman. Burton, Bill Brown, lune Canady, Albert Carr, Charlene Eleanor Bratcher, Arvene Berg. Barnby, Cooley Bigham, Bernice Blythe, lames Bennett, Ardis Burnidge, Eugene Custer, Beverly Benoit. Dorland York, Katie Troxell, Iunicr Williams, Anna Sprinkle, Shanks. Middle row: Fred W'hisman, Lucille Williams, Fred Sims, Esther Williams, Lloyd Standley, Mary Frances Williams, West, Bob Weideman. Smith, Lynn Wetzel, Frances Schick, Hester Webber, Bobbie 31 l o-Q"d 'Qfglies undo 'zz Third row-left to rich Gilmore, Bob Evans, Delores Fleischauer, Mid Iones, Wilda Faulkner , t: Bob Henderson, Helen Deerman, Bob Kardash, Marjorie Fisher, Delbert Hughes, Betty , Iim Hurd, Berneta King, Lewis Grace. Second row: Margaret Klamm, Vir il H b P g enne erg, eggy Gleckler, Lloyd Elrod, Barbara Denison, Richard IOYCG, Evelyn Klamm, Richard Spickler, Lenore Huffman, Eugene Haynes, Elsie Kelly, Archie Frazier, Ianis Iones, Ierome Himmelberg, Mable Guengerick. First row: Claudine Duermeyer, Walter Deere, Iames Hood, Frances Hoy, Iohn Estes, Betty Hainline, Iames Cassidy, Ruth Grier, Mabel Ho, K th H y enne ornback, Katheleen Foster, Harold Downing, Helen Kanabel. Third row-left to right: Betty Lou Norris, Edward Meeker, Doris Phi pps, Roy Reel, Betty Malott Charley Ryan Norma Mollenhauer, Dick Peters, Pauline Mash, Richard Miller, Eugene Riggs Barbara Laswell lack Morton D ' M , , . , oris eyeis, Howard Russell. Second row: Bob Phillips, Wanda Meyers, Charles Randle, Gloria Porter, joe Miller, Dorothy McNamee, Oliver Norman, Mary Alice Mayden, Alvin Leonard, Barbara Palmer, Billy B. Porter, Ollie Ann Lindsay, Sammy Owens. First row: Helen Richards, Norma Lee Rickart, Bobbie Lee, Marguerite Riddle, Kathleen O'Toole, Doris lvlclntym, Marjorie Maloy, Selma Murry, Margaret Prather Lilia Mae Mathes, Eva F ' L h l , aye ove, S iriey Byars, Frances Mitchell, f. . . ,vale Phillips. 32 YI 'Num ..-- 1 .m. .ahh- A-Q 2 , f ' 5 f f IUNIOR GIRL RESERVES ' Top row-left to right: Lillian Cox, Delores Fleishaeur, Betty Malott, Sylvia Cameron, Wilda FG11lCOI191', Miss Doris Arnold, Betty Gilmore, Corinne Smih, Evelyn Klamm, Norma Faye Mollenhauer, Eva Love, Charline Coomber, Lillie Mae Mathes. A Third row: Marjorie Fisher, Mary Alice Mayden, Wanda Myers, Marjorie Maloy, Naomi Brown, Ruth Borgmier, Lucille Sparks, Lenore Zentner, Mabel Hoy, Arvene Berg, Ianis Iones, Frances Shick, Kathleen O"l'oole, Lenore Huffman. A Second row: Lois Marie Bailey, Selma Murry, Maria Sandstrom, Annetta West, Frances Hoy, Laura Williams, Jeanne Allen, Ardis Burnidge, Beverly Benoit, Eleanor Bratcher, Norma Rickert, Helen Richards, Dorothy Bowman. Bottom row: Iune Canady, Lucille Williams, Pauline Mash, Irene Blogin, Genevieve Callicotte, Betty Lou Norris, Bernita King, Margaret Klamm, Doris Mclntire, Betty Hamlin. Not pictured: Ieanarthur Capps, Marcella Duffey. IUNIOR HI-Y I Top row-left to right: Charles Randle, Oliver Norman, Cooley Bigham, Iunior Williams, Iames Crockett, Iack Morton, Richard Ioyce, Kenneth Jackson, Ie-rome Himmelberg, Ardin Burnidge. , Middle row: Roy Reel, Ned Vincent, Eugene Haynes, Bill Brown, Fred Sims, Lewis Grace, Lloyd Stanley, Iames Bogue, loe Miller. l Bottom row: Mr. I. E. Hudson, Iim Shanks, Benny Devling, Albert Carr, Gale Phillips, Mr.' St. Iohn. ' 33 .Sawlenf Oultcll Organized in Ianuary, l935, the Student Council of the North Kansas City High School now has twenty members. The membership is made up of five students from each of the four upper-classes. Members are chosen by individual vote. The president of the Student Council is the Student body president. l LAUREN HUDGENS President ' FRED FITZSIMMONS Vice President The Student Council has as its main purpose the sponsoring of the lack Dudley Memolial Student Loan Fund, a fund for the betterment of higher education for some young person. The Student Council sponsor for the first semester was Miss Amelia Keller, the second semester was Mrs. Lillian Miller. STUDENT COUNCIL Top row-left to right: Oliver Norman, Sgt.-at-Arms, George Landis, Roy Reel, Lauren Hudgens, Fred Sims, Fred Fitzsimmons. Second row: Martha Bell, Ioanne Street, Secretary: Ted Barnes, Florence Allen, Betty Schmidt Mary Martin Bottom row: Helen Richards, Treasurer, Bruce Buck, Reporter, Betty Brenner. Miss Amelia Keller, Lucille Williams, Mary Ruth Packer. Not pictured: Mary Rokach, Margaret Kennedy, Warren Weideman. I l 34 111 11 1 1 11 11 ,G 1 E111 '1 Z1 -1 1: . . '1 11 Q1 11 1 ,11 ,11 1, ,, ,Q 1 1 1 111 1 Q 5 If 1' 11 Oof cz sffszmalz E. 1 1 1, 111. '1 f ,' 1111 ' T f,11 z ' Murry, Moody, Capt. - L. E. Kardash, Bob - T. Coker, Paul - 1... G. Littlejohn, Marvin - ,1 6'1" 1771bs. 5'11" 175 Ibs. 5'11" 155 lbs. 5'10" 165 1bs. Sr., 17, 3rd year Ir., 16, 1st year Sr., 19, 2nd year Sr., 17, 2nd year ,HN ,ix '1 11 I, 11 11 11,1 H, 11 1, .1 1i 11 , 111 1, 1, 1 ,' 1 -U Macken, George - R. E. Reed, Iarnes - R, G. Carr. A11oer1 - F. Var1denda1e, Arthur . 6'1" 15511os. 5'8" 1351bs. 6'2" 1901bs. 6'2" 18011os. ' Sr., 17, 1st year Sr., 17, 151 year Ir. 15, 2nd year 1r,, 18, lst year 11 I, 11 111 1 I , 1 N 36 A, Q 'W Qoofgaff fsffazmsfz Anderson Alfred R G Green Euq ne 1? Shanks 11m R H Brandenburg Paul T 218 s 173 has 160 s 175 lbs Soph 15 2nd year 17 Znd year lst ea 18 lst year Anms Oscar T Leonard A1V1H Q C hber son Rlcnard Devhng Benny L H 185 s 135 s 190 os 175 lbs 1 1st year 17 1st year 17 1st year 17 2nd year RADIO CLUB Top row-left to right: Bill Smith fW9RDRl, Lowell Renner, Charles Benjamin, Mr. Chappell KWQRTPJ, sponsor Bob lohnson iW9REll, Dante Porretti QWQZZIJ, Marion Stevens, Kenneth laclcson. Middle row: Duane Meier, Stanley lameson, Iimmie Harmon, Howard Russell., Ray Iohnson, Eddie Collins, Paul Cassidy, Iohn Gibson. Bottom row: Thomas McCully, Bonnie Allen, Lois Simms, Mary Margaret Robertson, Maxine Gabbert, Charles Smith, The school station has its own call letters fW9AOQl. As the members of the radio club become proficient, they are eligible to take an examination which is given by the Federal Communications Commission. This test consists of two parts. One is the theoiy and the other the Morse code. li they pass this test, they receive their own individual call letters and become a licensed amateur radio operator. ARCHERY CLUB Top row-left to right: Edward Meeker, Bill Mann, Bill Sibley, Fred Fltzsimmons. Front row: Dick Berry, leanne Todd, Mr. Ralph Mclieehan, sponsor, Carolyn Douglas, Richard Gillespie. 38 .S my QW!! Q M5512 MARY ROY 421 411.4 2 .mu ,,f cqffancfamfi BETTY BRENNER BETTY HANLEY DARLINE CHADWICK DIXIE POYNTER 2 ' Q V N Ewgzzfff I 6771 f N' X A FOP In r-AC! 9 av X yy X Q RQ Go 5' z f 1 , I l Y J Ei Q BQ E! Ei :, z LQ 1 A I E V V , , , 2 . e V L' L4 mx A Li HRS 1 ofzigomo 'za Qian 1 1 P l Top row--left to right: Stanley Hinkle, Nora Mae Hindman, Bill Kelly, Beulah Eacret, RC11I3l'1 Kupefsmithf Al'ene Hill, Lucille Harris, Billy King, Betty Eastin, Gerald Hayward, R. I. Faubion, Adah lGCKS- I fl, Middle row: Daisy Falls, lames Fields, Lavona Kullander, Billy Kunkle, Billy Gibson, Harriet Harbison, lC1Ck HCIIIIG-Y, Margaret Hartman, Garland Ford, Margaret Grace, Billy Henneberg, Nadine Hanley. - 1 1 Bottom row: Dolores Geary, Dorothy Evans, Richard Gillespie, Dorothy Heald, Eugene Killlonf BSUY lf1CkSOT1 MN Brian Hutcherson, Ioan Gonyer, Iohn Filger, Elthura Kimball, Abeling B-rrera,. Pauhne King. 4 1l.' i n OJUIJ. 0 fjN?Jt!l!4'-c,.f,APPs 1 l l ll , l 1 1 l 1 , l 1l 1 l 21' .,. 11 Q51 H! ll .11 11 l ti, 1 1 1 i 1 1 ' 1 1 I 1 l 'l 1 l I 1 l tu. l l 4 l l l lt li 111 fi U Top row-left to right: Dorothy Mischlich, Keith Mitchell, Velma Morris, Tracy Pritchard, Mary Martin, Iimmie McEwan 21 Alma Loos, Otis Montgomery, Marian Pierce, Don Morse, Lois McClanahan, Ioe McNally, Elizabeth Price, lack Millei i Middle row: Vivian MCB ide, Stering Lowmiller, Maxine Milum, Vernon Painter, Mina Ruth Palmer, Vtfarren Manley Geraldine McGowan, George Landis, Mary Alice Lane, Emmett Linder, Lavina Munlcers, Carl Lober. Bottom row: Mildred Orrell, Bobbie Loar, Barbara Leonard, Cleon Tomlinson, Sudie Miller, Billy Long, Gene Little1o'l'n l Anne Lehman, Gerald Pate, Odrienne Parkison, Nina Miller, Duane Meier, Virginia Moburg. 44 1 p ow-ren to right: lack Armstrong Bob Alcorn W1 T. Berr Alfr A ,lack Creason Russell 'Carr Ted Barnes S . econd row. Glenn Barber lohn -Clampitt Donald Dawson Calvin Blair Charle C Dick Barnett Mederick Boucher. Third row: Ieanre Dudley Carolyn Douglas Patsy Bennett Jean Berndt Leona Brooks Georgann Cav h Doris Cox Elsie Brown Kathleen Dougan Lucille Corn V Bottom row: Abelina Barrera Margarete Bur y ed Anderson ,amles Burrichter, Frank Cook ooper Vernon Brown anaug era Baker Florence Allen .au Eunice Dugan Mary lane Coons Nadine Carson Mary Croueh Jimmie Lou Courtney Vivian Croy Margaret DeMotte Frances Cooley. Top row-left to right: Ioanne Street Ralph Wyatt Marjorie Summa' Dorland York Patricia W'il'iams Bil.y Simpson Rosemary Royston Marvin Vtfest Mary Lee Smith R. C. Taul Helen Shurback Paul Willoughby Second row: Monte Younger Norvella Tankersly Glenn William B'll Bobby Schoolii ld M ' ' u ulauf n es an Iames Spencer. , 1r row. Gordon Salyer lulia Yokum Donald Rose rrances Wills Dick Wilson Betty Rosendale Iohnny Spotts Hazel Williams Chester Thomson Loujean Thompson Bud Robertson Bottom row' Ali e Reed V . V era Riggs Shirley Ri he Mary Ross Nadine Royster Darlene Randle Mar Wegert Frances Sambroski Vi.ginia Wrigley. i 5 -1 l 6 Lv I I I A I I T W I I ' , , , H s , . 1 1 his I I I I v I I I , , , , , FX lllll rs I , , , I " ,,,, i , 1 , , , , , , . A , , s, 1 y Zemmer, DeWayne Quilter, R th Z , e , axine Spotts, Melvin West, Fra c Z "c, ' ' I v Th' d ' , ' , , T , , , , f- I , I C I I I I I A I r 7-.-T 5. F , . r N.-2 .. r 3, . l fb if 1 y lane ft Q P Z 45 S , l . I . Y . I K . . I , , s A- 44 , ,....' , , t , , v SOPHOMORE GIRL RESERVES Top row-left to right: Harriet Harbison, Billie Zemmer, loanne Street, Patsy Bennett, Kathleen Dougan, Helen Shurback, Miss Dorothy Hutchison, Rosemary Royster, Patricia Williams, Ruth Zulauf, Georgeann Cavanaugh. Mary Martin, Betty Blythe, Geraldine McCowen, Elizabeth Price. Third row: Vera Mae Baker, Leona Brooks, lean Bernclt, Margaret Grace, Maxine Milum, Margaret Hartman, Lois McClanahan, Florence Allen, Frances Zajic, Frances Cooley, loan Gonyer, Carolyn Douglas, Lavona Kullander, leanne Dudley, Leola Brady, Hazel Williams, Nadine Royster. Second row: Mary Lee Smith, Anne Lehman, Nadine Hanley, Sudie Miller, Mary Ross, Betty Rosendale, Norvella Tankersley, Marian Pierce, Vera Riggs, Maxine Spotts, Mary Alice Lane, Darlene Randle, Mary Ruth Crouch. Front row: Allene Hill, Daisy Falls, Barbara Leonard, Mary lCI1'19 Wegert, Mildred Qrrell, ViViCI1'1 CTOY, DOfO?hY Evans, Betty Jackson, Eunice Dugan, Mary lane Coons, Nina Miller, Margaret DeMotte, Virginia Moburg. SOPHOMORE Hi-Y Top row-left to right: 'Warren Manley, George Landis, lack Miller, limmie McEWon, Alfred Anderson, Mr. Ralph Mclieehan, Vernon Painter, Emmett Linder, Glenn Williams. Middle row: Sterling Lowmiller, Frank Cook, Don Morse, Bobby Schooltield, De 'Wayne Quilter, Otis Montgomery, lohn Boar, Ted Barnes, lames Burrichter, Bill Kelley. Bottom row: Glen Barber, Bobby Loar, Vernon Biown, Charles Cooper, Donald Rose, Marvin West, Carl Lober, Mederick Boucher, lack Hanley, Paul Willoughby. ,, , .1 46 1 B4 xiii Te Be , r', 'f ,,, 74 , , fi I ff i T ltrel Cas T Ht 5 if ., 1 1, . All E Blue Bee -V 'zu man y Top row left to ri ht Bt l - a : ety ifladdy, Tommy McClain, Alma Oqelsby, limmie McArthur, limmie Lee McKenzie, Harry Miller, Iewel Oqelsby, Raymond Parks, Lois Maurer, lack O'Brian, Betty McCowen, Billy Miller, Frances Myers, Richard Mueller. Third row: Betty Lou Newkirk, Russell O'Lauqlin, Wanda Patterson, Bobby Main, Margaret Macken, Billy Mass, Betty Matthews, Frank Mael, lean Mayden, Robert McClain, Alice Oldham, Ray McNally, Mary Frances Parr, Oren Mynatt, losephine Murry. Second row: Harold Meadows, Forest Magee, Shirley l-lauq, Curtis Portwood, Patricia Potter, Billy Mayfield, Teresa Marlowe, LeeRoy Phillips, Theda Mauer, George McClellan, Carolyn Owsley, Charles Bettesin. Bottom row: Mary Packer, lulia Puckett, Vondalee Mix, Roberta Miller, Christina Piburn, Mary Pate, Erma Parks, Bernita Phillips, Leondine Patterson, Lena Mitchell, loyce Parkison, O'Del McPherson. Wissztsyy, W-wr-W -v,AW,W., 1 lop row-ierr to right: Violet Black, Wayne Bush, Betty Ewinq, Do ld D Melva B tl ' na arrah, Ruby Dame, Iunior Brat-chard, u er, Floyd Cain, Leanna Coleman, Carl Beck, Dorothy Coates, Maynard Cowan, Mary Clardy, Norman Cassidy. Third row: loy Brown, Donald Collins, Carolee Brown, Paul Anderson, Dorothy Carter, Dick Berry, Betty Bogue, Harlan Bloomfield, Iris Beckman, I. B. Blunk, Bonnie Allen, Tommy Cales, Wanda Buckley, limmie Brauninqer. Second row: Loren Ray Chennault, lessie Marie Clayton, Charles Ellerrnan, Norma Berg, Frank Byars, Novella Blue, Francis Carter, Betty Burns, Arthur Bossert, Beverly Dunn, Bruce Buck, Helen Barnes, Daniel Barrera, Clifford Becker. Bottom row: Faye Downing, Dcris Canady, Iris De Motte, lanice Brenton, Ruth Bell, Frances Dawson, Bonnie Burton, Ferry Lee Davis, Wanda Camden, Betty Duncan, Mary Alice Baker. 47 1 5 'ZE5,!ZH2ElZ f f f, W fW WWW Top row-left to right: Robert Hutchins, lacqueline Lane, lack Lehman, Frances Hicks, Donald Henson, Bob Holloway, Rita Grimes, Elbert Ford, Louise Heckenback, Iunior Leirnkuhler, Betty Hughes, Verda Little. Third row: lewel Harper, Iohn Gibson, Collen Gorman Harold Leimkuhler, Bernice Haynes, Gordon Hiqhtill, Lois LaVeta lohnson. Second row: Tom Gabbert, Lawrence Himrnelberg, Lula Doris Faust, Bob Loughrey, Helen Klamm, Wilma Hadley, Bottom row: Eldon Knaebel, Lorene Hamblen, Virginia Hey, Annabelle Lusk, Margaret Kennedy, Rose Lillis, Top row-left to right: Arthur Whitton, Darlene Surdez, Shippee, Bill Ross, Ruth Stout, Norman Short, Betty Schmidt Carolyn Schock. Third row: Billy Scott, Carlotha Wyatt, Bill Shane, Stotts, Mildred Ross, Frances Segrist, Doris Williams, Marjorie Stone. Second row: Hugh Martin, Mary Teegarden, Elmer Bill Ragan, Ruby Stone, lack McCall, Pauline Rhoads Bottom row: Leona Wettengel, Ralph West, Marion Stone, Marjorie Williams, Bob Wills, Iames O'Toole, I Lakey, Marjorie Harris, Glenn Velma Leonard, William Foster, Richard Long, Helen Lovitch, Leo lohnson, Klamm, Fred Griessel, lean Fergason, Wesley Heying, Mae Lewis, Tom Lindsay, Vivian Hurtctto, Chester Huffman, Katherine Lewis, Bob Hinkle. Lampkin, Benjamin Hoy, Alma Loos, Bonnie Long, Miriam Ruth Garver, Ella Mae Lampkin. lack Wetzig, Esther Mae Vaughn, Robert Reese, loan Gus DePopular, Bobbie Lee Reddish, limmie Van Bibber, Shirley Thomas, Milton Shea, lrene Williams, Wesley W'arren Weideman, Maxine Williams, Wilbur Scrivens. Webb, Mildred Sarver, Benjamin Swindell, Ruth Stone, Bobby Stapleton, Roberta Talbert. Wells, Layton 'Williams Bonnie Lou Thomson, Orville Raymond Smith, lirnmy Spencer,- 48 E 1 Y, Y WW W' . V ELO 5 V Wg V . l fl "in, . ' ' ll SQYMI 10 Eie5Js-C-'YL " IlJfZ.C7UQ QJLL lfmr.,lll.tJ,,,,-"cle ' fzaagmcuz yifzf .R 5151054 ' Top row-left to right: lean Mayden, LaVeta Iohnson, Helen Barnes, Marion Wells, Helen Klamm, Fairy Lee Davis, Ioan Shippee, Marjorie Henson, Norma Ruth Stout, Betty Bogue, Ianice Brenton, Iessie Marie Clayton, Rose Lillis, Colleen Gorman, Doris Faust, Marjorie Stone. Third row: Lois Klamm, Ali-ce Oldham, lacqueline Lane, Frances Parr, Ioy Brown, Margaret Macken, Wanda Patterson, Maxine Williams, Bobbie Lee Reddish, Velma Leonard, Carolyn Owsley, Bonnie Allen, Esther Mae Vaughn, Katherine Lewis, Carolyn Schock, Louise Heckenbach. Second row: Irys De Motte, Darlene Surdez, Rita Grimes, Iimmie Lee McKenzie, Betty Ewing, Mildred Sarver, Novella Blue, Betty Schmidt, Carlotha Wyatt, Alma Iean Oglesby, Frances Hicks, Iulalee Puckett, Miriam Hey, Betty Sue Duncan, Annabelle Lusk. Bottom row: Lorene Hambleen, Leondine Patterson, Bonnie Lou Thomson, Iosephine Murry, Shirley Haug, Pauline Rhodes, Wanda Camden, Marjorie Williams, Ruby Stone, Bonnie Lee Long, Roberta Talbert, Mary Ruth Packer, O'Del McPherson, Erma Park, Wilma Hadley, Iris Beckman. fcsfflman clfi- if Top row-left to right: Billy Miller, Joe Vandendale, lack Lehman, Norman Short, Maynard Cowan, Bob Loughrey, Thomas Cales. Middle row: Leroy Phipps, Benjamin Swindell, Glenn Hughes, Harold Leimkuhler, Arthur Whitton, Harry Miller, Bill Bagan. Bottom row: Iames O'Toole, Billy Mayfield, Hugh Edward Martin, Warren Weideman, Bruce Buck, limmy Spencer. 49 , LIBRARY CLUB Starting this year with a new constitution, the Library Club is composed of people who work in the library. lts purpose is to improve library service and stimulate library interest. Top row-left to riqht: lim Bennett, Charles Randle, Richard loyce, Robert Hall, Bob Evans, Donald Melton, Helen Shurback, Shirley Fisher, Betty Sue Lusk. Middle row: Letta Drennon, Etta Drennon, Genevieve Callicotte, Ollie Ann Lindsay, Helen Glenn, Mary Alice Mayden, Miss Bereniece Hume, sponsor: Pauline Mash. Bottom row: Iune Canady, Norma Faye Mollenhauer, Martha Brenner, lean Todd, lanis lanes, Mary lane Bidwell, Fayette Burton. ART CLUB Les Artes is the Art Club, and its purpose is to promote the advancement ot' study and appreciation for art edu- cation. Organized in 1935, Les Artes now has twenty members. Top row-lett to right: lrene Bloqin, Robert Evans, Fred Williams, Lenore Huffman, Miss Retha Sale, sponsor. Middle row: Clint Fergason, Nadine Harris, Martha Hobson, Carol Clardy, loan Henry, Cleon Tomlinson. Bottom row: Evelyn Martin, Dixie Poynter, Lavono: Kullander, Evelyn Dunithan, Dorothyi Evans. 50 Jhloma fconomica Y l I ? -aku-of L ,f" F 6 ,,,r-A 'Une The Home Economics Club endeavors to set up an educational program X which places emphasis upon the development of the high school girl's ability to use her home economics training in meeting her own home, school, and community problems. V ' Top row-left to right: Pauline Rhoads, Mary Dortha Clapp, Louise Filger, Alma Loos, Betty Sue Lusk, Betty McCowan, Virginia Taylor, Lavona Kullander, Betty Hanley, Margaret Burau. , A Bottom row: Mary lane Coons, Ruby Stone, Rose Lillis, Clara Mae Gilbert, Frances Zajic, Miss Elsie L. Miller, Directory Charlene Coomber, Geraldine McCoWan, Beverly Dunn, Mary Frances Williams, Darline Randle. Future Farmers of America is a national organization for boys who are enrolled in vocational agriculture. The main purpose of the organization is to develop agricultural leadership and better methods of agricultural practice. Top row-left to right: Kenneth Hornback, Benny Dudley, Emil Sarnborski, Harold Logston, Eugene Riggs, Bill Rhoades, Lowell Renner, loseph Bratcher, Delbert Hughes Middle row: Glen Hughes, Wesley Stotts, Benny Devling, Albert Carr, Paul Lineberry, Lloyd Standley, Stanley Hinkle, loe Vandendale, Robert Hudgens. Bottom row: Glen Iohnson, lames O'Toole, Arthur Bcssart, Hugh Martin, Billy Long, Mr. Paul Looney, Directory Melvin Long. Iohn Filger, Brian Hutcherson, Dick Barnett. gufuza Qazmezi of cqmazicab 51 To the Facufty Faculty members, because of the nature of their work, are thrown into closer contact with students than are other officials of a school system. Opportunities to advise are ever present and faculty members of this high school are never too busy to offer suggestions and give friendly guidance when necessary. These men and women are interested in giving to us the best teaching of which they are capable, and We in turn, gain most by effective reciprocity. 52 X2 PAUL I CHAPPEL M A Science 2 ,fav A' Ia. 1 UV ff ,l . fs. ff- fffx lf CARL FOX, M. A. Physical Education Science DORIS ARNOLD M A Social Scierice W0 DRUMMOND W CAMERON Social Studies Mathematics ROY A. FRENCH, M. A. Physical Education Coach N. ' IANET FLEISHMAN A B Social Sclence MARY AMLIN, English M. S. ANNABELLE BAILEY, M. S. Commerce ,,,,,l I , l I 1 1 ' o f s X: fri. V BERENIECE HUME, B. S. Librarian ' 14. AMELIA KELLER, B. S. Dean of Girls Vice-Principal Second Semester Mathematics MARIBELLE I-HNES, B. S. Commerce BERNITA ISLEY, M. A. English Spanish J Q,.9.w-Nfv-Bla.. DOROTHY HUTCHISON, M. A. Social Sciene E. HUDSON, B. A. Iournalism English "C ' . LQ .ff r.4,f'i4,1,f lx Xxx 24 ifi 'O 4 If if ki JANE IOYCE, M. A. Health Physical Education .qOff"' 54 PAUL M. LOONEY, B. S. Vocational Agriculture f6""X- 3 ff if ff 1 1 xi G 1,1 yo 7 ik ' Z . I S, RETHA SALE, B. S. I Ari V. 'A X X 'ff . P MABEL SPARKS. B, S Enalish F N ANGUS SPRINGER, M. A. MARY SPEAKER, M. E. Social Studies I CLOYD VERMILION, B. M. E. Instrumental Music EUN ICE STACKHOUSE Maihemaiics Science Speech Dramatics Pri ' CARL ST. IOHN, M. A. Drafting LIDA WARRICK, B. M. E. Vocal Music Vocal Supervisor 1 ., 'X A xi NJVL g . -, 56 'O 1 VJ1:.,fLQ w w I 4 4 VIOLINS Sylvia Cameron Vernon Brown Carolyn Owsley Paul Willoughby Marguerite Riddle Leondine Patterson Doris Gravatt Frances Cantrell Eugene Custer Eugene Werline O'Dell McPherson Norma Stone Iimmie Brauninger Doris Williams Jeanne Litchenberger CELLOS Betty Lou Smith Charles Cooper Selma Murry Betty Harris OBOE Barbara McKeehan FLUTE Patty Parsons Dzagaifza Mary Lou Skaggs Betty Williams Donna Faust CLARINET Alfred Anderson Roy Reel Glenn Fry Billie Mae Zemmer Lois Marie Bailey Charles Blythe Fred Sims SAXOPHONE Iunior Brown Billy Bob Porter TRUMPETS Bill Avis Audley Campbell larnes Crockett Iunior Williams Iohnny Fowler BASS CLARINET Charlene Coomber ' TENOR SAX Francis Zajic HOBNS Don Morse Frank Cook Dorothy Coates Betty Jackson Darlene Surdez BASSOON Bob Schoolfield J f Af J ff XV! f STRING BASS Gordon Schmidt Iames Brown Ioan Shippee Jimmie McKenzie Garland Ford Betty Malott BASS Bill Engram Raymond Parks TROMBONE Delores Geary Marshall Scurlock Bill Schroeder limmie McEown BARFTONE Don Murphy 58 PERCUSSION Doris Rupe Marcella Duffey Charles Benjamin TYMPANIE Billy Gorman 1 J i V l Q OBOE Barbara Mclieehan FLUTE Patty Parsons Donna Faust Alice Shurback Maryruth Skaggs Betty lean Williams SAXOPHONE Betty Lou Smith Billy Porter Iunior Brown Adrian Parkison TENOR SAXOPHONE Frances Zajic Wayne I-Iecker BAND Billy Mae Zimmer Patsy Bennett Betty Lee Funk Harold Meadows Betty Rosendale Ester Mae Vaughn Eunice Dugan Doris Faust Roberta Io Talbert Frances Cantrell Lois Bailey Bill Brown ALTO CLARINET Bob Stapleton loy Brown I-IORNS Don Morse Frank Cook Darlene Surdez Betty Iackson Dorothy Coates BARITONES Donald Murphy Selma Murry Iimmie Spencer BASSES Iames Brown Raymond Park Melvin West Billy Ingram Sylvia Cameron Wt BASS SAXOPHONE Richard Ke ster BASSOON Bobby Schoolfield CLARINET Fred Sims Alfred Anderson Roy Reel Glenn Fry Carolyn Owsley Charles Cooper Ruth Zulauf Charles Blythe Harriet Harbison Vernon Brown Iimmie Lou McKenzie BASS CLARINET Charlene Coomber George Ann Cavanaugh CORNET Iunior Williams Iohnny Fowler Bill Meadows Iames Crockett Audley Campbell Charles Ellerman Billy Avis Howard Murphy Eugene Killion Ianice Brenton lack Miller Calvin Blair Dick Wilson Harold Leimkuhler Katherine Lewis Donald Barnes 59 Betty Malott Ioanne Shippee STRING BASS gffx. DRUMS Doris Rupe Buddy Flanigcm Marcella Duffey Eddie Dauck Charles Benjami TYMPANIES Billy Gorman TROMBONE Iimmy McEwan Bill Schroeder Marshall Scurlocl: Margaret Hartman Frances Geary Alice Oldham Maxine Milum elim 1 9515 :Reserva Qagimaf 1 1 11 W, 11' 111 .11 11,1 111 ,1,, 'I111 11111 11111 '!11: 11111. 1 1 1': 1'1 1'1 1. 1111 I 1. "1 111 111 11 1 N Q1 :JM 111' ML1 ,,11 .IW 111i 11 , 1'1' 11 1 1 1:1 '1 13 The Girl Reserves are affiliated with the Y. W. C. A. and their purpose is to promote and maintain Christian character and to aid others as well as to learn to face the world. i 11 2 Top ,row+left to right: 'Shirley Fisher, Dixie Poynter, Ruth Borqmier, Naomi Brown, Miss Mary Hamlin, sponsor, , .1 Betty Sue Lusk, Betty Malott, Louise Tucker, Martha Cooley. Middle row: Darline Chadwick, Lucille Sparks, Frances Cooley, Martha Bell, Betty Brenner, La Greta Donaldson, 111 iw Marilyn Cales, Mary Catherine Roy, Marguerite Fulton, Katherine Lewis, Eva Lee Niehaus. 11 1 Front row: Selma Murry, Mary Rokach, leanne Allen, Betty Hanley, Josephine Murry, leanne Dudley, lanis Iones, Ardis Burnidge. 111 11 11' Not pictured: Norma leanne Covert. 111 11 y BO L-W Eymamia unc son 'zou The Hi-Y is the junior organization ot the Y.M.C.A. lts major objectives are to promote fellowship between all races and nationalities and to instill better Christian ideals. Nearest Camera-left to iight: Stanley lameson, Lowell Benner, Bruce Buck, Glen Hughes, Hugh Martin. Across the table: George Landis, Sterling Lowmiller, lohnny Fowler, Iames Brown, Kenneth Jackson, Buddy Flanicgan, lim Spencer, lack Lehman, Mr. Forrest Greer, sponsor. Back table: Cooley Biqham, Bill Brown, Charles Bundle, Bob lohnson. Farthest from camera: lack Morton, Roy Reel, Mr. Carl St. Iohh, lames Boque, Fred Sims, Lauren pl-ludqens, Fred wiiucms, Mr. o. K. Phiuips. , ' , fvff- t .t A ,L U ", Q . F V F N ,lJ,' PH .ry .N fb .I ,MV 5 1 v " D' ,IX QSZ 61 HONOR CLUB A The 'Honor Club is an organization ot all students who have been on the quarterly honor roll at least tive times since the Ninth Grade. To be on the honor roll students must earn a certain number of points based on scholarship, character, leadership and service-the four essentials of good citizenship. The purpose of the Honor Club is to promote the objectives of the National Honor Society-friendliness, good citizenship, and wholesome recreation. , fTop row-left to right: Mildred Orrell, Etta Drennon, Letta Drennon, Mary Roy, Shirley Fisher, Lauren Hudgens, Elizebeth Williams, Archie Frazier, Dixie Poynter, La Greta Donaldson. 'Middle row: Eva Lee Niehaus, Betty Brenner, Charlene Coomber, Margaret Berg, Martha Cooley, Wanda Myers, Lenore Zentner, Stella Stepny, Ardis Burnidge. Front row: Helen Richards, Ioanne Street, Naomi Brown, Iune Canady, Anna Lea Schmidt, Donna Kilmer, Frances Sprinkle, Annetta West, Lucille Williams. NATIONAL ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIP SOCIETY The National Athletic Scholarship Society is a national organization for high school boys. Its promote a higher scholastic standing among high school athletes. To be eligible for membership, a boy must letter in t th ' hl ' one o e maror at etic sports and have grades equal to, or better than the average of the school for three successive semesters. Top row-fleft to right: Cooley Bigharn, Richard Cuthbertson, Bob Kardash, Iohnny Fowler. Bottom row: Eddie Dauck, Kelly Carpenter, Lauren Hudgens, Alfred Anderson. purpose is to 62 -x w at .f ap cjua The Pep Squad organization helps to create the proper kind of school spirit, enthusiasm, and sportsmanship among members of the student body, especially at athletic functions. The group also aids in charity work and is active in various organizations. The sponsors ot this group are Miss lva Robinson and Miss Ianet Fleishman. Top row-left to right: Lucille Sparks, Shirley Fisher, Anna Lee Schmidt, leanarthur Capps, Dixie Poynter, Pauline Rhea, Mary Lee Smith, Betty Schmidt, Ioanne Street, Marilyn Cales, loan Gonyer. Third row: Miss Fleishman, Betty Hainline, Marguerite Fulton, Mary Roy, Ieanne Dudley, Carolyn Douglas, Velma Leonard, Frances Cooley, Naomi Brown, Marjorie Maloy, La Greta Donaldson, Dorothy Bowman, Miss Robinson. Second row: Helen Richards, Jeanne Allen, Vera Mae Riggs, Nadine Hanley, lanis lones, Barbara Laswell, Bonnie Allen, Shirley Haug, Iody Murry, Betty Hanley. 4 Front row: Darlene Chadwick, Melvin Long, Becky Sue Brenner, mascot, Betty Brenner, Iohnny Fowler, Mary Rokach. h 'D J t 2 1 f" 5 X I czagefgczff fx . V , N gf 4 L' XJ! f H t- - .7 2 t I WJ y , if ,L if Back row-left to right: Coach Roy A. French, Moody Murry, Eugene Green, Albert Carr, Norman Short, Alfred Anderson, William Maloy, Asst. Coach Carl Fox. Front row: Iunior Brown, W. T. Berry, Lewis Grace, Floyd Cain, Bill Kelley, Keith Mitchell, Z l t xXx Ei it et N Dec. 14 N. K. C Dec. l7- N. K. C. Dec. 20 N. K. C. Ian. 3 N. K. C. Ian. lO N. K. C. Ian. ll N. K. C. lan. l6 N. K. C. lan. 24 N. K. C. South East Turner Benton lrnmaculta De La Salle .. Lafayette . Smithville . Chrisrnan AlC586!Ll,f5 lan. 31 N. K. C. .23....... De La Salle Feb. l mm--29 N. K. C. Benton Feb. 4 -nu---28 N. K. C. Turner Feb. 8 -mm-24 Holt Tournament: N. K. C. ........ 46 ....... ...... S tanberry rm N. K. C. ..,..... 29 ,...,,. . larneson """"uJ N. K. C. Smithville Feb. ll """"27 N. K. C. lmrnaculta Feb. 21 -be--V--19 N. K. C. Chrisman Feb. 211 ..,,....27 N. K. C. Smithville 64 Kelly Carpenter Maynard Cowan .l6 .31 .33 .23 ........l8 34 38 31 Ql O if .qggyiicaf gzfucafiolz 372015 1, ---- V , '?iff'iQ'iQ':'ff,.."" '- ,- E--as prnggs? 1, BASKETBALL FOOTBALL E Left to right: Charles Becker, Charles Matthiesen, Standing-left to right: Billy' Evans, Richard Mueller, Raymond smnh, Bill Mayfield, Forrest Maaaa, Ralph Captain: Buddl' Kfohfle- ' V Downing, Robert Griessel Captain. Front row: Layton Williams, Cecil Iohnson, Lloyd I Williams, Bill Shana. A For a team to be a champion in boys' physical education, it is necessarylto Win from twenty-five other teams in each sport. lt takes a real champion and true sport to come through to a championship. A 2 if ,, 1 X f """ 'T I I 1 W f f S f ff BOWLING VOLLEY BALL Standing-leit to right: Bobby Main, Gus DePopulor, Standing-left to right: Billy Lonq, captain: Robert lOG McNally. Reese, Ted Barnes. Front row: Bobby Loar, Billy Henneberq, captain, Front row: Freddy Griessel, Robert McClain, Orville Bill Scott. Stone. 65 ifzfif cqffifetic mocaafion SHUFPLEBOARD HOCKEY Left to right: Carolee Brown, Helen Glenn, Doris Left to right: Mary Dortha Clapp, Gloria Bloom, Doris MYGTSI AUHCI I-GCI SChT1'1idY, MCIYY MGFUHI BGUY lflfle Mclntyre, Caralee Brown, Virginia Moburg, Doris Bird, Jackson, Irene Blogin, Eunice Dugan, Virginia Moburg, Dorothy Brand. Christine Droste. The N.K.C.H.S. Girls' Athletic Association has for its purpose, the promotion of interest in qirl's athletics, to further increase clean living, clean playing, good health, and to develop a hiqher degree of sportsmanship in school and class spirit. PING PONG ARCHERY Lett to right: Barbara Leonard, lune Canady, Dolores Left to right: Betty lane Iaclcson, Helen Carr, Ruth Geary, Doris Bird, Shirley Byars, Mary Dortha Clapp, Zulauf, limrnie Lou Courtney. Lavona Kullander, Mary lane Wegert. 66 I I I 1 W' N I 1 lf lK'N A072622 W EM? 2?1wQQ2- T5- 'U 1' Jams! 1 K f f I ' W l N T1 Q f 11 -9 L if Q..lJ'- A' A IA Zulljgj Gyfffr ,A Q, WK, Za! f ' NKCH 5 in -.fwzcbz f fm ylff!ffH,! 3 M70 em, 1+ 1 QW' 1 MW .avg , 1'--' 7 ', i L i Q f'v,'f, gif: X ! C7 Q zf KR m,.4A,' 1 j J ,Q 'Y ..-1 I' 'V , UV- . ,f ' , U .,X I- I X , X lm I X ' -X blrfwnm F f mi U6 l i ' fe U U DS Um! Sfaff Mr. I. E. Hudson Norma leanne Covert Mary Rokach Margaret' Berg . Elizebeth 'Williams Adviser Editor-in-Chief Literary Editor Literary Editor Literary Editor Marjorie Phillips Evelyn Dunithan Dorothy Evans Ioan Henry Claudia Sutter Literary Editor Art Editor Art Editor Art Editor Business Manager Bob Kardash Robert Waters Aubrey Williams Mary Robertson Fred Pitzsirnmons Business Manager Adv. Mgr. Adv. Mgr. Adv. Mgr. Snapshot Editor Not photographed: lack Morton, Snapshot Editor. Z.: ,'!Zf' QUILL AND SCROLL The Quill and Scroll, an international honorary society for high school journalists, was established in this school in l937 Its purpose i to e . s ncourage and reward achievement in journalism and creative writing. A candilate for rnem- bership must be a junior or a senior, in the upper-third of his class, and must have done superior work in journalism. Standing-left to right: Bob Kardash, Eayetta Burton, Eva Lee Niehaus, Fred Fitzsimrnons. Seated, Margaret Berg, Norma Jeanne Covert, Ioan Henry. Not photographed: Elizebeth Williams, Claudia Sutter. MODEL AEROPLANE CLUB The Model Aeroplane Club was established in 1934. lts purpose is to develop a hobby for the boys in the making of model aeroplanes. Club members are: , , , , immy is op, Bobbie Creason, Richard Kester, Dick Wilson, Billie Evans, loe McNally, Bobbie Reed, Robert Keller, Bill Kunkle, Charles Ellerman, Donald Lewis Bobb Vin t B b S ' ' ' , y cen, o tapleton, Leslie Cox, Iohn Fletcher, limmy Chick, Bllly Gibson, Norman Short, Mr. Thomas Moore, sponscr. Harlan Broomfield, lack Hanley Glen Hughes Stanley Hinkle Edward Morton I' B' h ' 72 ool gg' 2 . ing op, :le, illy M f WW I XM W ' ff , 24:5-I' ' ,V I f f fW W4 f ' , -Mf- lf l f 7' , , 'V , 'X' wtf' wif in , ' ,, I 'S ,sae f AWK f f ,fffffl '-p t S A ,fff I W4 f . f 41" at , , f ,WW ' ' wif, . ,fffff yfkfffvwilxvv r , pl Akuq-A ww Q, , wht ' ,gg,'W"' ., w ' V52 cl M The Hornet's Buzz is presented by the members of the journalism class who edit and publish the paper bi-weekly. The Buzz is an organ ot school publicity in relating school news, not only to students, but also to the papers with which it exchanges. BUZZ STAFF Lett to right-top row: Frances Mitchell, Marjorie Middleton, Aubrey Williams, Robert Waters, Shirley Fisher, Doris Rupe. Middle row: Ola Brooks, Lillian Cox, Fred Fitzsimmons, lanis lones, Fayetta Burton, Eva Lee Niehaus. Bottom row: Betty Hanley, Marjorie Maloy, Naomi Brown, Mr. I. E. Hudson, Norma Ieanne Covert, Lucille Sparks, Mary Rokach. 4 Not pictured: Donna Beitman, Iohnny Oliver. 73 MASOUE AND GAVEL Masque and Gavel is a national high school society for the Promotio'1 of speech for use Th' b . . e1r mem ers strive for excellence in the classroom and in all school activities. Top row-left to right: Marvin Littlejohn, Ionny Enggas, Lauren Hudgens, Fred Fitzsimmons, Iames Brown. Middle row: Ruth Fletcher, Claudia Sutter, Lucille Sparks, Elizebeth Williams, Pauline Rhea, loanne Henry, Mable Hoy, Mary Margaret Robertson. Front row: Betty Brenner Martha Brenner Naomi Brown Norm I C , , , a eanne overt, Mr. Angus Springer, sponsor, Betty Lee Funk, Martha Cooley, Dixie Poynter, Evelyn Dunithan. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY To be eligible for election to the National Honor Society seniors must ra lc ' h , ' I'1 in te upper oneethird of their class scnolastically. Only fifteen per cent of this number may be chosen. Members are elected on the basis of scholarship, leadership, character, and service. Seniors may select eligible -candidates but the final selections are made by a faculty committee. Top row-left to right: Martha Cooley, Margaret Berg, Lauren Hudgens, Shirley Fisher, Robert Keller, Claudia Sutter, Melvin Long, Martha Brenner. Middle row: Martha Bell, Bob lohnson, Frank Martin, Richard Cuthbertson, LaGreta Donaldson, Dixie Poynter, Dorothy Brand, Betty Brenner. Bottom row: Stanley lameson, Darlene Chadwick,, Betty Hanley, Etta Drennon, Letta Drennon, Eva Lee Niehaus, Lois Lynch, Fred Fitzsimmons. 74 l 'e Y 1 -Y ss ct ta T, S, W? X Z 5 T youngest The Senior Play, "The Youngest" was presented on November 19-20, under the direction of Mr. Angus Springer. Left to right: Ruth Fletcher, Hazel Conn, James Brown, Fred Fitzsimmons, Claudia Sutter, lonny Enggas, Norma Ieanne Covert, Dick Canaday, Dixie Poynter. Both plays were presented on Thursday and Friday nights. Fourteen juniors presented "Foot Loose" on April 17-18, with Mr. Angus Springer directing and Norma Ieanne Covert, assisting. Back row--left to right: Lucille Sparks, lunior Williams, Ianis Iones, Mr. Angus Springer, Barbara Denison, Bill Brown, lomes Crockett, Naomi Brown. Seated-left to right: Bob Kardash, Helen Richards, Audley Campbell, leanarthur Capps, Bob Evans, Gloria Porter, Roy Reel. Foot Loose 75 gm .s Back row-left to right: Helen Beller, Howard Murphy, Betty Larson, Marion Vtfalsh, Laura Paul, Carl Pruett, Eva Mae Hensley, Delbert Painter, Mardell Sanclridqe, limmie Armstrong, Katherine Schreiber. Third row-Roy Bender, Robert Hathaway, Clara lesse Moore, Bobbie Creason, Betty Moore, Darold Bent, Mary Maloy, Bobby Reed, Arlene Donaldson, Edwin Morton, Darlene Main, Marion Reed. Second row: Annie W'est, Bill Phillips, Norma Stone, Lloyd Wiggins, Alberta Gibson, Ordelta Medearis, lunior lacks, Bobby Vincent. Front row: Billy Gorman, lack Baldwin, limmie Miller, Harvey Yokum, Bud Moburq, Keith Martin, Shirley Pooler. Back row-left to right: Ruth Ellis, Kenneth Beck, Muriel Khrone, Buddy Krohne, Marilyn Vest, Leslie Cox, Betty lean Brooks, Edwin Wright, Juanita Jenkins, Richard Kester, loan lacks, Donald Lewis. Third row: June Hartman, Carl Horton, le-anne Lichtenberyer, Wayne Hecker, Mary Frances Landes, Lloyd Williams, Doris Smith, Tony Robbins, Patty Parsons, Jimmy Bishop. Second row: Marjorie Kullander, Bobby Burton, lune Holloway, Billy Evans, Maxine Pitz, Cecil lohnston, Ioan Phillips, lames Grider. , Front row: lohn Mael, Wayne Harris, Donald Barnes, lohn Fletcher, Vernon Hampton, Lou Martin Vogel, Paul Wells, Bobby Cook. 76 fjsaan ig grads 1 , l ,T ,- E l S ' Ig: Back row-left to right: Charles Smith, Ioy Loar, EverettBrown, lohnny Iuarez, Thomas McCully, Leo Breshears, Donald Klein, Iohn Baker, Don Grace, Gerald Reinwald, lames Schelstrate, Frank Reed, limmy Lanning, William McClelland, Melvin Ditty, Bobby Clay, George Francis. Third row: Lois Black, Chalene Yeager, Robert Ellictt, lake Bowles, Ludwig Maurer, Wilson Phillips, Richard EE: Schenberger, Earl Lynch, LaWanda Brown, Bonnie Dines, Thelma Beck, Shirley Cantrell, Charlene Ogren, lane King, Esther Pruett, Virginia Crockett, Laveta Sandridge, Lois Sandridge. A Second row: Barbara McKeehar1 Doris McPherson Alice Shurback, Georgiann Geary, Dolores Grace, Dolores Allen Betty lean Williams Lorene West Betty Embrey Betty, Shanks, luanita Magee, Mary Bauman, Lois Simms, Louise Lewis Aileen Meyers Patty Nordeen Patricia Dougan, Donna Faust, Grover Simms, Iohn Gann. First row: George Geary Morris Green Iohn Macken, Donald Standley, Louis Ditty, Buddy Brink, Dorothy Hamler, Norma Bruce Marian rlanary Maxine Gabbert lane Carman, Ann Wegret, Maryruth Skaggs, Mary Zulauf, Betty Bartlett Lila Wiggins Florence Maloy Helen Painter, loseph Swan, Harry Davis, Billy McCleery. 0 gulziofz cvmiaa W rd l in l , , Lv. MM, WM,- l E ' ul THE FOLLIES LUG LL WILLIAMS THE WOMANLESS WEDDING Carnival Queen 77 GIRLS' GLEE CLUB Back row-felt to right: C. Douglas, L. Zentner, B. King Covert, B. Malott, N. Tankersley, K. Dougan, D. Meyers, 3rd row-lett to right: K. Foster, W. Teegarden, M. M. Butler, I. Og'esby, H. Shurbaclc, A. Oqlesby, D. Bruce 2nd row-qlett to right: I. Puckett, B. Leonard, B. Iackson Donaldson, H. Williams, I. Harper, C. Owsley, L. Hamb'en, Front row-lett to right: F. Mitchell, M. Riddle, M. West, I. Berndt, D. Poynter, D. Mclntire, E. Williams Not pictured: B. Denison, L. Reed, G. Porter, L. Bailey. I BO YS' GLEE Back row-left to right: A. Frazier, C. Randle, I. Coates, Middle row-left to right: E. Custer, R. Taylor, G. Landis, Front row-left to right: E. Nye, F. Whisman, W. DeLapp, Not pictured: B. King, V. Painter, B. Kardash. 1 I P. Williams, C. Kennedy, S. Camefon, M. Cooley, N D. Rock, O. Brooks, C. Clardy, C. Duermeyer, I. Brown. Martin, F. Downing, V. Leonard, B. Haynes, V. Morris N. Carson, I. Ferqason, E. Bratcher. S. Byars, C. Brown, B. Burns, E. Kimball, C. Moore, A N. Royston, D. Evans, S. Riche, B. Lee. Prather, A. West, L. Patterson, L. Brady, I. 'Wi'liams, B F. Shick, M. DeMotte, N. Miller, G. Cavanaugh, N. Rickart CLUB D. Meltcn, R. Evans, W. Berry, P. Hens'ey, M. Littlejohn B. Reel, I. Williams, B. Kelley, N. Vincent. E. Webb, W. Manley, L. Standley, D. Stewart. 78 MIXED CHORUS Front row-left to right: L. Zentner, B. Kinq, M. Riddle, A. West, L. Brady, P. Williams, O. Brooks, C. Clardy R. West, D. Poynter, D. Mclntire, E. Williams, F. Shick, M. DeMotte, N. Miller, G. Cavanauqh, E. Bratcher. Second row: N. Royster, D. Evans, M. Martin, B. lackson, V. Leonard, C. Kennedy, S. Cameron, M. Cooley, N. I. Covert, B. Malott, D. Rock, H. Shurback, K. Dougan, N. Tankersley, I. Harper, N. Carson, S. Riche, C. Owsley. Third row: K. Foster, F. Mitchell, R. Reel, C. Randle, I. Williams, B. Kelley, R. Evans, D. Melton, N. Vincent I. Coates, W. Berry, D. Stewart, l. Brown, B. Leonard. Fourth row: E. Webb, E. Custer, R. Taylor, A. Frazier, L. Standley, E. Nye, G. Landis, M. Littlejohn, P. Hensley W. Manley, F. Whisman, W. DeLapp. MADRIGAL SINGERS Back' row-leit to right: R. Taylor, C. Randle, I. W'illiams, W. Manley, R. Reel, E. Nye, F. Vtlhisrnan. Front row: D. Poynter, C. Kennedy, M. Cooley, N. Covert, B. Malott, S. Cameron, S. Riche. Not pictured: B. Kardash, B. Denison. 79 eel ey. iar- "N" CLUB ' Organized in 1926, the "N" Club now is composed of two hundred and fifty members. Their purpose is to create better sportsmanship and to advance athletics. Top row-left to right: Bill Sibley, Marvin Littlejohn, Alfred Anderson, Bill Smith. . Middle row: Cooley Bigharn, Ned Vin-cent, Kelly Carpenter, Albert Carr, David Allen, Fred Williams. Bottom row: Moody Murry, Eugene Green, Benny Devling, Mr. Roy A. French, sponsor: Lauren Hudgens, Paul Brandenburg, Richard Cuthbertson. G. A. A. Membership in the Girls' Athletic Association is determined by an allotted number of points made in a girls' athletic event. It was organized in 1934 and the purpose of the club is to promote good sportsmanship among girls and to advance athletics. Top row-left to right: Irene Blogin, Doris Bird, Betty Schmidt, Velma Leonard, Ruth Zulauf, Christine Droste, Iune Canady, Darlene Chadwick, Pauline Rhea, Coralee Brown. ' Third row: Betty Iackson, Maxine Milum, Adah lacks, Doris Faust, Miss lane Ioyce, sponsor: Colleen Gorman, Frances Cantrell, Helen Glenn. Second row: Mary lane Wegert, Barbara Leonard, Eunice Dugan, Mary Dortha Clapp, Doris Mclntyre, Shirley Byars, Josephine Murry, Virginia Moburgu Bottom row: Mary Martin, Lavona Kullancter, Dorothy Brand, Anna Lea Schmidt, Gloria Bloom, Dolores Geary, Naomi Brown, Marguerite Fulton, Helen Carr. t, , ,. - fi, N .X -5 .Y YQ: 'W . . .W .Q if 81 'ZCLCA ' Top row-left to right: Assistant Coach Carl O. Fox, Harold Downing, Lowell Renner, Alfred Anderson, Bill Ross, Eddie Dauck, Albert Carr, David Allen, Norman Short, Leonard Reynolds, lack Armstrong, Iohnny Fowler, Coach Roy A. French. Middle row: George Landis, Ralph Kupersmith, Ted Barnes, Ralph Wyatt, Donald Darrah, Robert Reese, Iohnny Clampitt. Front row: Bill Smith, Iohn Estes, Emil Samborski, Ned Vincent. Richard Miller, Billy Long. TRACK SCHEDULE The North Kansas City's first track meet was dropped to Excelsior Springs on the victors' field. The Hornet's placed fourth in the meet held at William Ie-wel. The William Chrisman track meet proved successful for the Hornets. First place was their choice NORTH KANSAS CITY HIGH SCHOOL TRACK RECORD 100-yd. dash 10.1 sec. Neil Thompson 1933 220-yd dash 22.4 sec. Stuart Kelly 1937 440-yd dash 53.3 sec. Stuart Kelly 1937 880-yd. dash 2 min. 9.3 sec. Charles Thomas 1933 Mile run 4 min. 56.2 sec. Lloyd Miller 1930 120-yd. high hurdle 16,6 sec. Neil Thompson 1933 220-yd, low hurdle 27.1 sec. Neil Thompson 1933 ZOO-yd. low hurdle 23.7 sec. Stuart Kelly 1936 Pole vault ' 10 ft. ll in. I. C. Planary 1934 Broad jump 21 tt. 6 in. Nelson Neiderman 1934 Shot 44 ft. 2 in. Walter Carr 1935 Discus 142 ft. 7 in. Albert Carr 1941 Igvelin 166 fl. ln. Bob GGHH Floyd Miller 880-yd, relay 1 min. 35 sec. Ldjilflghglisggzi Charles Thomas 1932 Medley relay A 1 min. 45 sec. 82 Stuart Kelly Robert Logue Bill Thomas Bueford Collins c-55512601 dfdlii We, the Senior Class of l94l, being sound of body and mind fwe hopel of our own free will, do hereby bequeath to the underclassmen these treasures. Mary Catherine Roy leaves her cornely beauty and queenliness to Mary Martin. . Harlan Moody Murry wills his athletic prowess to Ir. Brown. Frederick Franklin Fitzsimmons bequeaths his journalistic "jitters" to Ioanne Street. Lauren William Hudgens leaves his "third term" ability to lack Morton. To Ardis Burnidge, La Greta Donaldson wills all the little Girl Reserves. Oh yes! and to next year's Buzz Staff, we leave the coke machine. Norma Ieanne Covert wills that "VV'onder of Wonders", the OWL, to the junior members of the Owl Staff. ' Robert Wendell Iohnson bequeaths his intellectlto Robert Kardash K?-l Edward Burdette Nye leaves his "Casanova" and "Don Iuan" technique to Van Oren Williams, Ir. To Ieanne Allen, Anna Lea Schmidt wills that rootin', tootin', organization, the Pep Squad. ' Ioan Marie Henry bequeaths her artistic arnblings to Irene Blogin. , Macken and Downing leave their "Bosom-Buddiness" to Mitchell and "Crip" Campbell. Claudia Sutter bequeaths her "dramatic doodlings" to Ieanarthur Capps, as Miss Sutter has more important things to take care of in Columbia next year. Betty Brenner wills her "rascality" and vitality to "Drum-Beating" Duffey. Shirley Fisher, the capitalist, leaves two treasurers. To Selma Murry, she leaves her hair twirling technique, and to Ruth Borgmier, she wills her long fingernails. Doris Gravatt wills her half-pint size to Norma Rickert. Tudie Rokach leaves her "Iurnpin' live" jitterbugging to Doris Mclntyre. 'Ianis ,Tones leaves her ability to graduate in three years to ...... NOBODY! The Drennon twins will all of their credits and grades to "Spot" Leonard, so that he won't have to work so hard and therefore will have- more time for outside activities. Dixie Poynter leaves her ability to keep three men on the same string lDowning, Macken, and Aubrey Williamsl to Helen Richards. Ionny Enggas wills his "I say old chap" ancestry to Alfred Anderson. Martha Brenner doesn't leave anything because she is taking Donald Melton right with her. Glenn Fry bequeaths his "piano-plunking" to Ardin Burnidge. We certainly wish Marilyn Cales would will the Denis Players to the whole school. Robert Keller leaves his technique in American Problems to Oliver Nor- man CH. Dick Canady leaves his "Left-Right - Left Right - About Face" Stuff to Mr. Carl Fox. Oh this draft! Marvin Littlejohn and Fred Williams will their stage setting handiness to Archie Frazier. Martha Cooley bequeaths her secretarial efficiency to her sister, Frances. Stanley Jameson leaves his "radio-ramblings" to Howard Russell. Evelyn Dunithan wills her lettering fand we don't mean in sportsl to Nadine Harris. Betty Hanley passes her fast-rising popularity and good narne to her sister and brother, Nadine and lack. And last, but not least, we leave to Iody Murry, the FOOTBALL' TEAM! Signed and sealed on this ninth day of May of the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and forty-one. 83 4, 22 2 ff if EQ Y! S 1 ii EI: is S4 x FS ,- - 1 K f ' 4 if ' wx- . if ' 'Www ,f ' W, 1 4 ., ,ya -vw M 2, er 3 Q5, 32 W' . fn , W' X 4' I 4 L mc Mg Q ' v , . f 1 f f f f 4 vw , X 7 ff f Q?fZ'4Su Nw X xx W X? 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XCAWWZWJ ARMOUH ROAD AND BUCHANAN STREET NOP-TH KANSAS CITY. MO BILL G F. R. 86 ' 3 P1 714 D021 if 1 'tbuiui 'ivivi it ini 3 'Q 'il 1 9 I Y L n I r 1 O I Compliments of North Kansas City Development Company 1 i 1 lil init 3 E li li 1101010301 3 11 D101 230111103011 89 sim 0:0 010101011 D11D14D11D1471011D011P1014bininitbitliibitbillicbitliibioioil 51011 D1 Dillilllbilliililliifiilitliliiillllillil X 9 300315 i 1 1 3 1 D ilrillillitli li 9 099 40:0 I I I I I E C omplimcnts of I BISHOP FURNITURE CORPORATION i ! M anufaclurcrs of IQ I UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE I i WE SELL TO FURNITURE DEALERS ONLY I I . . . I North Kansas Crty, MISSOUYI Denver, Colorado E I ! ! DQ Q Q Q Q Q i i Q QIQ Q QI Q Q Q QUQUZDUQUQ M ,IQ ,Il 1 lflllllf' 9:9 1 1 1 1:1 1 1 iii 1 101010195 0:0121 30101 Iiozoioioiozoi 1 3 an 11:34 A ! H 3 ! i Compliments I E 'Io the i Z. I SENIOR CLASS 1940-41 A C amp zmenls of 2 I from A i Mr. 6 Mrs. E. Robertson C C 0 Q N P D U 2 siozxioic Q0,0QOQlIDUiIlQllilIT4 l l l 1405 ' IQI Q1,QI,QCDO,1IQIlQ0i0Q0iOQ0lOl0QIIGEQ REF I N I NG COIVI PANY .il ,HALLIEI1 I-'BED es. MILLING COMPANY Q - lSuccessor to Clcrrdy Feed cmd Milling Co.I ' I I 1 ! Custom Grinding E Q ! Feed, Coal, Flour, Salt i i Q GLcIdstone 1448141 Gqshlfmd, MO. 3 i . I QC UQ! QOTUQUillQI I . A OJIQOQI Q I IQKDIIQOQIIQU-I7QOQ0iIlQ0lUP:O ! , E E i H Compliments of tb I - I I Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Cooper i : cmd C 5 H Charles, Ir. N ! 2 4411011 3030101021riuiuiniuim in 103105 i 05011IIIlillidI10lI7i0i0ilDi0lOl 3 Laing? NORTH KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI TRS-fIIf55i1fnlSTgLE Drugs -- Sundcres ' I-Ii-wczy 69 ot I Maple- Park QOQOQUQUQII-IIQIIQUQIIQUQOQOQU8lC:O .IQUQIIQIIQOQUQUQIIQIIQIIQUQOQOQOQUQU1lO:O 90 014binitxiflioloioqvoioio 10101111011bit1111142103zxiawisltbitxltxitlillicbitbiixif TODAY YOUTH BENEFITS FROM A RIGH HERITAGE LEFT BY THE GENIUS OF A GREAT AMERICAN MQ' x f X fy!! I IIII s Kx QI? I Q , K , ff Oumnv w'W"" "I call machinery the greatest of emancipa- tors. I will go farther and say that human slavery will not have been fully abolished until every task now accomplished by human hands is turned out by some machine, if it can be done as Well or better by a machine. My desire is to do everything within my power to further free the people from drud- gery, and create the largest possible measure of happiness and prosperity." Thomas Alva Edison It requires the steady employment of over 2,000 men and women to maintain the high standard of electric service enjoyed by the people we serve. Power reserves are adequate to meet normal needs until 1944. KANSAS CITY POWER 8g LIGHT COMPANY Kansas Cnty, MISSOUYI 1Q1HYQUQKI-KI,K,QQ,QQQ,QC,QQ,QC,QI,Q1YQIY-UQOQflQUQUQ0,0.f,,UQUQOQUQOQUQUQ C om plinicnts of ,103 'Q fhitlilli ri xi 1 1 nic if 1 1010101010 5 9 ! ! Q l ! l I ! E ! Compliments of ! ! I ! ! A ! ! I NORGLAY MOTORS, Inc MEADE GOAL Motor Servrice COMPANY 2 2 is DODGE PLYMOUTH A Q Q oARs TRUCKS 12th and Iron NOrclay 4686 E Q CQIQ Qf1lQ1Qlili0ilQ 1331111020 OOCIQUQ Q Q Q Q12 il Q Q i i Q 91 0120113 101010102 i 2 ini i 3 il 1 ilu amos 49054121D0501030121Mzbuzsuislxiozozo ! I Chrysler Plymouth Q ! i Phone NOrclay 4330 ! She l1 cl M t C 5 p er o or o. Q ! NEW AND USED CARS EXPERT REPAIRING Q ! l ! Q l l l9l6 Clay North Kansas Cnty, lVIo. Q E I Q Q Q Qlli Q Q Q i i af 3Eg?g f?li0QUQOQ0i0l0,0EQE 3 l I A ATTENTION C ! Before buying your new corr or trading your Q Compliments of Q old one, We cordially invite you to come in ! cmd look over our complete line of new ond ! ' used ccrrs ! Q We will sove you money on ecrsy terms ! with our low Bank rote fincrncinq. , ! Q Northtowrm Motor Co. Q i G. o. SHEPHERD, Genemi Mama-er i D I 5 Approved DeSoto 61 Plymouth Soles G Service i 3 Phone NOrclory 4836 C Ie r k S E 1725 Swilt North Kcrnscrs City, Mo. ! ' E i a n n S ! l IE1I ilillQlQ0321li0lOfOi0iC7i0Q0 QEQ 0 Q Walker Reallty Co. i . Compliments of E Llumber Company Walker, Flanar 81 Clark l Y 2 i :illlllli3l0-0aUlUiUQUQUQlliUl0QUQl.:Q Kiln Dried Lumber E' A- TQTNIAN s Q 1916 Swift l Groceries and Meats Q 10651f1K1Z0it3301010Gitlitlillilrillitlilbv 92 itlitbihiUillit125051Jil!X0ilJiDi0i0il5:O 9 9.030101 1111311 3 3 i 1 Q1 Q3 1101 2 STANDARD STEEL g woRKS Q Q, 5 QQ Q Q Q Q Q i 16th and Howell North Kansas City, Mo. ! 92411512 111 1 1 3 1 1 3 41 3 111124 0:0rinioioioicQioioioioiuzuiuzozui ARMOUR CLEANERS 19o6 Swift Q 1.1 ' bi Q11Q11Q21Q11Q11QioicliuiuillioiuilxiT O E Compliments of Q ATKQNS PLUMBING ! and Q-QEATQQxo 1 Orclcr 4 15 Q Pioneer Bui,dinq N y 1 I North Kcmscrs City, Missouri ofolzoioioioioic10101010101010101 0:02itbitQ11iiibitlicQ11Qioitliuilhioioiclicfg a cioiocsoiiiuioioillitlioi 113 2 3 19:0 ! I 19:4 0:0 i I 0:0 2 0:0 0:0 . PLATE LUNCH SANDWICHES g SUTTONIS LUNCH ' i 1220 SWQQQ NOrclcty 4978 I 'fDQOQUQUQU,0QOQ Q1PQUQUQU-OQOQOQCOEC fort01010201oioilxioioioinioilxi iq? 2 . Q STOKES Multl-Stop I Groceries . . . Feeds . . . Batteries C E Tobcrccos I i Phone GLc1dstone 1599 ! o'4 illifl1ID11IQ010IID1Ilillllliliihillillibzi , Q 93 lvl Q1 Qt: Qi-manning: 111 1 2 Qcmsui i Q3 ri 0 0:0 2 Q42 3 P1 1101 U4 0? 0:51 P10 Ko? 0:01010 1190? 0? 0101 Q14 ing, Q QQ Q 110101 Q11 11:1 Q Q :xox 1101: Q1- I U I I I I :QQ Es G c - .. 55 tn! ! Z ! Q I I U1 3I I I I ' I I A ti Q O Q Q8 Q Q Z Z E-IQ ID C C Z 'J 9 K N1 : 91 P Q EE Q Q U Q Q 2 Q Q 'Q 0 U EEUU: Ln,-I-'OG igloogc - 'TSO IG Q SQQFHQQO-lpg!Q:,'5m3! I W9 -Z 5 QS-QQQEZUPQHQ MEUR! I S 23, R A Q -T Q 2 - N- ' A Q mfL,,,g!Qf- .D!!wQ E! E QD ITIQ- S O M Q 5 - ps I W - . on CJ.. W Emu I I O Q vt I I ff' 9- Q I I U Q CD P - - C G -f W Q O N, W :rf .Qs U7 U1 ,, JD 52' Q... Q U7 4-Q Q Q I I Z O ' ' . l r-r '-' f. :J Q ZQQA , ,... A A DU 5- 55 5'I:I1 '-" ' I-T1 ' ' KD I.. Q C K4 M O Q .2 Q2 Q! ! FU ! ! ff: Q-N1 ! I ' Q 0 Z re F5 EI I 4 I I 5 I I Z :U Q0 Q- e, c .T 5 c ,U O K 55 I I I I I I ' 5 5:1 Q: C 0 : c , LD I 5 W' I 3 2 i 9014110101023 Ozbclicricxixrifofo Opboiqlilbioiwto 950101011 Q yioioioioioioioioi ioicrioioioialioioi sfo as 'z' DIC 3 0,0 90701014 Compliments of Q. W. WELCH CHIROPRACTOR - 'fo 401103 112 iii iii 2 3 li ini itnivf, ! Q Buy Your Eats From Q STREETS We Deliver NO 4380 S 0.4 050103 i 3 i 1 i it iii it 1 ini info Q You are always welcome and will be ! courteously treated at Q Luowlo Music ! Housls, mc. 3 l S 919 Grand 13 East 39th sf. i Odliilll ri iqcb 3 an 154313 3 3 3 14305 .EUS QUQOQ0,l,DOQ0,0,ll,0,0Q lil Q C0060 ! Q ! ! A A . ! Q C om plzmemf: of A Q 5 2 i t i i BAKER S 5 c:LoTH I No Q coMPANY Q Q Q Q 311-315 Armour Road Q ! A ! 3 ! S NORTH KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI ! 0:02110201011lihihillibill10i0illl1li01ltiO Ui ill 1 2 i iii 2 iii 1 11111640 0:01393 liudboiolmuic3-3050155020101 1101 Kansas City Book Exchange Books Bought, Sold and Exchanqed New, Old, and Bare Books Used books of all kinds, including text books at substantial savings. Vlctor 1069 806 Grand Kansas City, Missouri uioeioi 1019 CD 3 3 1 3010201 ini , 9 1,986 i are 210113 C9 3 an lla Emtbmi 1- i iiiribn Complimefzts of DEAN RUBBER COMPANY 3 321 1 irii i 1 iuioitii 211020 0:0101 ICD 2 3 3 1 i 113 i 1 i 10311920 Courtesy of Ti-IE AMERICAN CAN ' COMPANY f l-ll-0l0QUi01011D'i0i0llliKlQU10i0i1 5 0.0 ,.,,,,, if Us MWA 'Q' 9 0603 Ozhiiii 3 1 ima: iii 111131 0:0 i i ioiuinininqrnit1190101011 10110 0 Compliments of C. W. CLARDY SERVICE STATION Gcrshloncl, Missouri Cbuiuioioiuioineiuiuioloiuioioit 0:03rxirmitlitlitlitmitliltli 3 3 I1 1 301 REMEMBER YOUR BAKER PARKS INDIVIDUAL BAKERY 0-:wi if 2 CD dll: 13112 2111111 21303 Compliments of FOREIVIAN COAL CO. 1207 Armour Road North Kansas City, Mo. Ozni 1 1 2 .2 riyotbomot 2 3 li li ICD 1011 COMPLIMENTS of a F R I E N D I11clicI3015IbitI3oilbiniuitriuloiui loitos 091301 li li limi :ini 30301901 3 2 C om plimenzfs of WACKIVIAN WELDED WARE COMPANY Steel' Barrels North Kansas City, Mo. 0.10: 1 11111 1010101 1 1 1 2 9'-1 9:0101 1 1111111 3 1 1 1 1 1 in Compliments to the Senior Class SI-IADY BROOK DAIRY Edwards Ziz Son 03301 111 1 1 1111111 1 i 3 in Ozorioili 3 1 31111 iii 2 1 3 1 Compliments of WH ITAKER BATTERY SUPPLY CO. 0:01111 103 311111 dboirrilr-ioioioirl Oxwicili iii? it 11151 2 i i il 9 0.0 Qzoliui Cbuiiinifriuinqsnioi 3 3 1 el: I i Courtesy oi iNorthtown Feed 6' Seed Co. Q 200 East 18th Street ! North Kansas City, Missouri L 0:0 5:413034riuioitriocbuqboioir36943 i 1 into Ozeliuioiuioiuqnr 30205024xioioioioi S SANDWICHES NOiclay 4341 I C Well. Balanced Home Cooked Meals g Open All Night i Ida's Cate 1802 Svvitt ofa QUlllQ0iUiOlU1Illi0DUiUl0il!ll7iUTl gOlQUQOQllQOQOQOQ ll0l0QUiOQllllllKli ! ' MEATS, FRUITS. VEGETABLES AND l i DAINTIES GALORE i You'll find them all at g COLLIVER'S i QUALITY STORE i Prompt Delivery 329 Armour Road ! NOrclay 4093 North Kansas City i g BUILDERS STEEL l COMPANY 2 j 5 ! ! 12th and Gentry E North Kansas City, Mo. 1 . l if iuihilhifnihili 3 3 3 1 1 3 it? 19:4 ofa 0:0 ! Q 34020 0:0 96 301150:-1 , :cb an Q gflvla 2 alQ0dl,UQUaUQUQUa H nt hzeriuxboic1301015111014xqnuiuillinirxiuqbf fg 1506 Discount on Bundles over 5Oc on i Cash G Carry - All types of Laundry Service: Latest Equipment Satisfaction Guaranteed 3 NORTH KANSAS CITY LAUNDRY ! H. W. l-IERBERGER, Owner ' NOrclay 4884 1611 Swift Avenue 2 Allbiilil334illllIlfdlKPlillllll7l0l0QOi0QfOzO OzhlUQ1llilIll!liiiiflllliillfllllllil lilllfq. Compliments ot ! Armour Sweet Shop 5 MR. AND MRS. D. R. COCI-IRANE ! Proprietors Q Z 2 ! Compliments of W Strongheart Ratioris The food your pet will eat. i i More "TAlLWAGS" per can. B Doyus PACKING co. 13th and lasper E North Kansas City, Missouri E 0:0311 i ill lV llilP250lUiU1UQl7illil QUQQOQ 0:02 2 i iii i l i Q i iii IQ lfli .QQ ! - .. . iff 2 . ..N ! I ALBERT B. FUSON l INSURANCE AGENCY 207-9 National Bank Building i North Kansas City, Mo. Warning . . . Graduates i lust as you are insuring your future with ' ' an education, remember that all i values should be insured. If it,s protection-we have it. Q ilxiuinioiu-690620091rluilbihihioitiitbzt Q 'QIQOQUQUQI Q Q Q Q mx. n'4 0 evil 3 31313 30301:-i 3 xi li xi 11111 9.9 Q Q i 2 Learn More E ABOUT CONSUMER COOPERATIVES . . . 1 Q i Q Subscribe for The Cooperative i Consumer . . 24 issues: 25C g The Cooperative Consumer, tabloid size g Q newspaper, published twice monthly, is e Q the official newspaper of the cooperative U i movement in the middle west. For a bet- A Q ter knowledge of cooperation ..... to - Q learn what cooperatives are doing . . . A ! subscribe today! Q Q Write for a complete list of co- : operative books and pamphlets. g Q Consumers Cooperative Q Association Q Q I E NORTH KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI A f I O2.li0Q YQC QUQUQ ll IQ QUQDQOQK Ml QW? .:OD,0QOD0,0,0QOD1l,0l0Q0,0Q0,ll0Ql 0:0 i Borton Sl'and'ard Service Q v Standard Gasoline .and Oils i Atlas Tires and Batteries I Auto Accessories , i Complete Lubrication and Washing I Q Q1DiPQ!lil,QC,QCQQ!lQUi0i0,0QODUQOQIO:Q 9:03xioifxi0101oioioioioioioioloil.Ig ! - g B-K SUPPLY COMPANY ! McCormick-Deering Farm Equipment i International Motor Trucks g E l. C. BEERY R. B. KENAGY I U:.:Q0i0QOQ0i0illl IiIli0QOQOQ010QllQlQzO iorioiuileiqibiqn 1 as 111 1 ini 2019154 1 , i Complzmcnzfs of g NoPcLf-W wool.EN COMPANY I 715 Armour Road North Kansas City, Missouri 0.0 lghlllillihihlbillKUSil.010il7l0Q0-19:O 97 0:03 Pl4 bi1bl9i4b1 i ri 2011919 Q Q 5 5 Q . Q Q - Compliments of 2 CROWN onus 2 Q COMPANY Q Q Q ! Q ARMOUR and SWIFT 5 North Kansas City, Mo. Q Phone Norclay 4076-77 I i I I Q Q ! Q Q QIQIQOQQ llQ QOQUQ QUQWEC 0501:ix14y10qp01q101.,1n1t,qgN,1.,g 3 1.903 D59 I Congratulation to the, i Q 1941 SENIOR CLASS I Mn. and ms. x. n. WILLIAMS Q We UDUCPUSUS 41011'10"'01010101010Z011vog E. P. RICH SHOE co. 2 ' 901 Main Street i Kansas City, Missouri i 0:4 lioiuiuioillioitliuitlui! i ri livin? 0:0 301 11011 101 i bin it it 1 3 i 101 9:9 Compliment: of DAVIS PAINT I I COMPANY D015 QD 1- ioiuininilbni itCbtIinit!illinitbioioinillioioinitll 111 1 A GRIP ON THE FUTURE What the future holds, no one knows. That is Why prudent men and Women insure against unseen contingencies. Life Insurance gives direction and furnishes a secure foundation to the beginner. ,That is Why it should be the first investment of the young man or Woman Who starts out to seek success in business. It has been de- scribed as "A Grip on the Future". See a Kansas City Life representative and learn aboutithe flexible policies that may be made to fit the changing needs of the insured. Kansas City Lim insurance omncmy HOME OFFICE . . . KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI KANSAS CITY AGENCY OFFICE . . 914 BALTIMORE . . PHONE GR. 2136 3 iii CD12 3 CD i 1 21213 3 it 1 3 it itlillilllilli 510101 bi?-010111 301 cnz4xioioioioioioioitrirxirxioilyzg .g.,,0QlD0,0,f,DODCY,0Q0,0, YDDO, I E R C L E E 2 i Watch Inspector, Burlington R. R. Wabash R. R. H. E. GORDON ' Proprietor . Q S I I O ' ru E ! Z 5 I ! 9. N ! ! 5 5 I l 5' I I I' i 1 it ! ! is ! ! 5 Z U1 ! ! Q Q ! 2- 3 . -4 I I 2 I I N .5 .i'10nlCOG0-0G1 ,QIBCOCO-0-0-I 2 O B' '4 :cs 3 Sm 'U "' i E' Q :- it E N :L 0 E 5' 1 SU vs 'D 2. gg " -. m S 9 5- -s 1 I 5 1 ! Music supplies . . . Bulova Watches . l I . Gruen Watches . . .Elgin Watches . . I Q Scheaffer Pens. Building Maintenance, Sanitary Ianitor I I EASY PAYMENTS Supplies. I We are pleased to serve the North Kansas 3 Credit At Cash Prices City High School. 1412-14 Walnut HATIISOII 1844 2 DEALER IN OFFICIAL SENIOR AND Kansas City, Missouri i JUNIOR CLASS RINGS "EVERYTHING BUT THE lANlTOR" ! i 98 C9111 vi 1 1 N N O 10101 1 1 l1u1lli0i0i0i0i0.0 0.910 D101 iilllllllilliliiilll iliuiuiui it Your YEARBOOK is a memory - - ready to whisk you away to half forgotten comrades, long after school is forgotten - - it will bring back in- cidents that were an inseparable part of your school life. We here at the Missouri Photo En- gravers have had the pleasure of pro- ducing the engravings for this An- nual, under the careful guidance of craftsmen especially trained for this purpose. We wish you the best of luck in your future undertakings and may Health and Happiness constantly be at your side. - A lixivi ririioioil ini! E s We solicit your Paff0n.15e.- issouri Photo Engravers 1432 Wyandotte Street ' Kansas Qsity, Missouri I1 14 1 1 i li 3 lil 301 ini 1 it iliilliliitiiiliilitbiliitiitxitx itxioqp4xioiuimriuioitlioioi1:9 30101 bioinioioioiniuinqbu BUICK AUTOMOBILES 5 5 BAXTERS A. B. EVANS I Clay Couniy's leading home-owned stores i615 Swift NOrc1c1y 4191 i 100 SHOP AT BAXTER'S AND SAVE 31101 12013011liuiuiuiuzuir3 i 1 1 in abuiozoioqp -ivtwbllmbuiusm -mpxcsudzbuazs Waggner Paint Company Subs1d1ary of PRATT 5' LAM BERT INC Ioth and Burhngton North Kansas C1ty MISSOUII Tlme Deals Gently With Pratt G Lambert Pamts A O THOMPSON LUIVIBER COMPANY North Kansas Cny Mlssoun 1730 Swlft Avenue NOrc1c1y 4730 BARNSDALL PRODUCTS Gcrsohne Motor O11 Kerosene Dlstlllcite DISTRIBUTED BY RUTLEDOE OIL 1011 Burlmqton NOrcluy 4004 Complzmenzfs 0 The Armour Shoe Shop 1923 SWIFT Comphments of Rutter s Automol-we Service , 0 7 1 3,3431 3,3 gp can nab umugucnoi 1 1 3 3 3 :Drab irc: 3 115010611-Danni up Q0ll DI QKQ QIQ IQ Q Q Q Q Q 10,003 .:OIQKIlUQOilIQIIi0iIIilIl0i0Q0iOl0Q I I a G OQCKIQ Q il il 22 i0lOiKIl0lKIQ i i i C Owl 1 IiIlflilIiIIlUi0l0QOl01 IQ IQ I 2 i lzmil QI Q QQQCI1KIflIi0QlY1l QI Q li IQ i OXQIQ IQ Q IQ4IZ!OlKIl0l02.DOQKIilIi i Ii - Q i 9 - ' ' I Q . QOQOQ Q IQ! 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