Sikeston High School - Growler Yearbook (Sikeston, MO)

 - Class of 1948

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Qozaniia First. Row-Betty Kessler, Ann Schulte, Betty Jo Roberts, Jackie Arbaugh, Stella Shankle, Dorothy Cooley, Ann Newsom. Second Row-Mary Jane Wasson, Norma Walker, Peggy Caverno, Bill Northington, JOB-I1 TBYIDIR Glenda Humphrey. Richird Lewis. 'rhiru Row-Fielding Potashnick, Jay Bowden, Tommy Hans, John Caverno. John Kendis. Buford Beber. Betty Wv-ldnwu. Graham Sadler. Nut in picture-Sally Sadler. The National Forensic League chapter of Sikes- ton High School was in operation this year for the second school year since it was reorganized in 1946. The officers for this year were: john Kendig, presi- dent: Betty Keasler, vice-president: Richard Lewis, secretary, and Graham Sadler, treasurer. Coaches were Miss Mary Ellen Bailey and Mr. Robert Walker. At the National Forensic League tournament held at Cape Girardeau on March 12, the Sikeston repre- sentatives placed fifth in the state for all forensic ac- tivities, and tied with Jennings, Missouri, for fourth place in debate. The national high school debate topic this year was: "Resolved: that the National Government should require arbitration in all labor disputes in all Basie American Industries." The 19 lucky boys and girls -. .ax ,tx ,iw 'iiryffrffgia ,W. -gs f ,. ' if Tf'ii?3 J. . ,, .1 '15 il '. 'J' : 5:2-. 'Y 'ff' g- VC xg2Fiff,:i"3,Qg,fg ,.-,gi-. 'M,-'1f5ffaf!f"f,11, 9 2' 1, ,- , 55.5.1 - 'i"J5fi fr .. -51 fr 'v.v2':"'i' ,,,-g - .swf gg mrzfg 'e - wsssn is selected, after competitive tryouts, to compose the squad were Thomas Hahs, John Kendig, john Caver- no, Graham Sadler, Jay Dowden, Fielding Potashnick, Glenda Humphrey, Mary jane Wasson, Richard Lewis, Buford Baber, Ann Schulte, Ann Newsom, Peggy Caverno, Bill Northington, jackie Arbaugh, Stella jean Shankle, Sally Sadler, Betty Jo Roberts and joan Taylor. jackson, Malden, Hayti, Sikeston and Oran made up jhe Southeast Missouri district, and the first de- bate was held at Malden on February 4. Our debaters emerged victorious in this first contest, as they did in the three following debate tourneys held at Hayti on February 9, Oran on February 19, and at Sikeston on March 6. The district debate tournament was held at Cape Girardeau on February 28, in which our debaters placed third. Oran received first place, jackson second. The debate season ended with a tournament at Jonesboro, Arkansas, on April 6, in which debaters from Missouri, Arkansas, Tennessee and Kentucky competed for the honors. cjofin mrzdig, fptuldznl

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bldllldfidi First Row-Ann Schulte, Alice Martin, Mary Jane Wasson, Ann Newsom, Betty Waldman, Ada Snider, Barbara NVilliams. Svc-and Row-Wayne Clayton, Shirley Pensel, Ruth Tidwell, Mara Lee Cotten, Jane Schillig, Freddie Aduddell, Keith Bess Third Row-Howard Weekley, Don Mize, Alfred Bach, Lee Bloomfield, Earl Boardman, Bob Hambrick, Bill Matthews, Den- nis Guess. The dramatics class of 1947-48, under the direc- tion of Mr. Robert Walker, staged four delightful plays for a very enthusiastic student body. The first play of the year, "Fair and Warmer," amusingly revealed the problems of the weather man. Members of the cast were Buddy Clayton, Betty Waldman, Shirley Pensel, Ann Newsom, Freddie Aduddell and Ann Schulte. "The Proposal," presented both for assembly and for Open House during American Education Week, proved to be a tremendous hit with the students and adults alike. The play, in the form of a lecture, demonstrated different types of proposals. Travis jackson, Bill Warren, Ruth Tidwell, Bill Matthews, Barbara Williams, Howard Weekley, jane Schillig, Lee Bloomfield, Keith Bess, Mara Lee Cotten, Earl Boardman, Alice Martin, Don Mize and Ann New- som made up the cast. A clever dramatization of the trials of a young couple in finding an apartment was depicted in "Love Finds a Way." The characters were Ann Schulte, Dennis Guess, Ada Mae Snider, Alfred Bach and Mary Jane Wasson. "The Hummingbird Hiccupsf' hilariously set in a doctor's office, was the final presentation by the class. The cast was composed of Mara Lee Cotten, Alice Martin, Keith Bess, Earl Boardman, Howard Weekley, Bob Hambrick, Ruth Tidwell and jane Schillig.



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Buffdog Barra. Front RuwQl'anet Farrell, Ruth Tidwell, Jane Schillig. Second Row--Howard Weekley, Barbara Williams, Lorene Hornback, Mary Lee Porter. This was the eleventh year of publication of the Bulldog Barker, In 1936 when the year book was discontinued, the Barker was given to the student body to take its place. The Bulldog Barker is a two-page inimeographed paper. The journalism class collects the news, types it, and makes the dummy sheet. The commercial class cuts the stencil and mimeographs it. The journalism class staples the pages together and delivers them to the various rooms. The paper was furnished free to high school and junior high school students. The expense of publica- tion is met entirely by the school fund. A large mail- ing list was maintained. All former students in ser- vice, in college, or out of town were sent the paper upon request. The Barker was published weekly by the jour- nalism class under the direction of Miss Uriel Haw. Ruth Tidwell served as editor, assisted by the follow- ing members of the class: janet Farrell, Lorene Horn- back, Mary Lee Porter, jane Schillig, Billy Warren, Howard Weekley and Barbara Williams. It was the purpose of the Barker throughout the years to give students news while it was still news: to give the school a record of activities forming a history of high school life, and to give the public insight into the progress and attainments. :Qi tfi rjiifztrslli filil'o1

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