Stillwater High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Stillwater, OK)

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CLIFI' Vxce Presldent iBoa1cl of gclucatlon Much credxt must be glven to the seven persons who are so frlendly and cooperatxve m promotmg the growth of Stall water I-hgh School Because they have served so farthfully ID mampulatmg the mechanics and solvxng the innumerable problems that th1s school year mxght be more pleasant the 1944 Semors give thelr vote of smcere apprecnatron BILL BERNHART C E DONART GEORGE DOLLINGER SCCICIUY Treasurer 8 . . 9 .A .. HARRY D. SIMMONS Superintendent of Schools A. B., Oklahoma University M. A., Columbia University President, Oklahoma Education Associaion President, Olcl.ihnm.1 University Alumni Assimciation GLENN TONKINSON Principal, High School ELMER 1. BRINKER Assistant Principal, High School PAT KYME Pioneer Queen K Bob Moore enior Qyjcicers Winfrey Houston President Vice-President Frances Hardin Secretary Sarah jane Berry Treasurer eniof fBoard Mary Martin, Pat ,Kyme, Freda Berkenbile, Doris jean Townsell, and jo Ann Mullendore. F'-Q ik. eniors Ruth Adams Tommy Anderson Eugene Arnold Leo Anderson Joyce Adams Louise Brooks Bill Berkenbile Freda Berkenbile Charles Bartholomew Gerald Bradshaw Allene Bradshaw Delbert Beaman Betty Lou Blumer Orley Becker Betty Lou B-oyles Wanda Bradley Harold Bauman jane Bishop R. L. Brooks Ann Lynn Bocock Robert Cochran Mariellen Clubb Edgar Copley Doris jean Crabs Marjorie Carlisle Wanda Collins Frank Denny Pauline Dilts joe Danford Dorothy Lee Davis Geral Davis Patseydell Dotrer jim Daugherty Willard Davis Katherine Dawes Bill DeMoss ni' 1? ' 6 5 ww ,p 9 1 9 4' W Q Q yay E ' -yn Don Hughs Pauline Hinrichs Virginia Houck Betty Lee Hover jimmy Hughes Lila Mae Hughes Marilyn Harper Vernon jarrell Virginia jardot Mary Louise johnson Norma Kerby Mildred Kite Jean Kuechenmeister Dorothy King Pat Kyme Iune Lawson Kenneth Lile LaVerne Lewis in ,nv Virginia Mann Bill McBride Mary Martin jo Ann Mullenclore Bill McCollom Lorena Merchant I. D. Mott Dorothy Caldwell McQuain Dare McGilliard Nyle Myers Emma Nuss Bill Orr David Oswalt Rose Palmer Bill Penquite Louise Parsons Ransom Peterson Norma Lee Pock Ernestinc Payton jack Payton Lola Dean Pearson Emily Patterson Mildred Pruett Nadina Powell Barba Ann Robinson Clay Robertson Edith Rink Norma Lee Ritter Betty jean Ridings Norma Lee Rambo jimmy Sturgeon Dorothy Smith Richard Shipley Jimmy Steph Leora Smith Edmund Schedler 4, if gnu J U Q, , f f tt' - QQ? ,Q QP' I.wu.,', ,waasw V V 55 - f1?'i54f3'iLff ' in fizf N M3 ,ag , 0, ,- 5i5f?2g9'mk Siwfhy fwfr f Vfw zjjw 3.9 A Q 5 8555, 2 a, 2 K V 7' 1 Af I 1 'f ' 'f Y :Q ' 4 f ,5- 1 Z r y r figvf' , M ai f- 5 W weffgg 22921, , wi 1' 'V 1 4 . wlifw . W, A V? :if , .,, HT' -f "- 123 . ,H W f n a ' y 1, , '-1? 4 .f V is lags fig. n i 722. i geww A -1 V Mu' , A gf k ,-,M-,sr fwgf ,Q w?'sa,,,5 .ew 4 X' 5555? if Y '-Q ,f V . L ffiffif .fi .Ll Q? X1 273: - is Sw-1 X V ' 1 ,. ' 5f' Q 2, , E . ' Y X ga. 2: , 4 R il, q H f 4. 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Sarah jane Berry Vernon jarrell Tracy Gilbert Mildred Pruett jo Ann Mullendore Doris jean Townsell Mary Martin Pauline Dilts These students were chosen by the Student Council as the most outstanding members of the senior class. They were selected because of their scholastic standing, participation in school activities, and cooperation with students and teachers. juniors who received honorable mention: Marjorie Lou Adams Marilyn Potts Marcellette McLain Lloyd jones Gene Baird Charles johnson Virginia Vandegrift Mary Elizabeth Stevens Ruby Mae Stratton 37 Ag,,t Y uefrf f -' '. Mildred Pruett Mary Frances Hoke Bob Moore Glfl MOS' I-ikflb' T0 Most Beautiful Senior Most Handsome Senior Succeed Ruth Ann Friedemann Best Dressed Girl Best Dressed Boy X Winfrey Houston of cxovx ol X X YXCXX K Ov A M H d Charles Bartholomew Freda Berkenbile 'Io nn u ell ore Boy With Most Attractive Girl With Most Attractive All Round Girl Smile smile fm ..- 5' if Q f ' ir ,, 11 K' 'M if I QM :Qi Cdlootball Co-Capt. Bob Moore Halfbaclt Senior 2 yr. Letterman '-'si Co-Capt. Kenneth Glover Halfback junior 4 K 2 yr. Letterman IQ43 qootball ,Schedule Stillwater ......... .... 8 Sapulpa -- Stillwater -- .... 32 Yale ----- Stillwater -- .... 0 Ponca City Stillwater -- .... 19 Drumright Stillwater ..- .... 6 Perry ---- Stillwater -- .... 12 Pawnee -- Stillwater -- .... 19 Guthrie -- Stillwater -- .... 38 Chandler - Stillwater -- .... 14 Cushing -- Stillwater -- .... 40 Blackwell Totals --- ..... 188 Totals G .Boys First Row: j. W. Sitton, jack Gritfith, Grover Rains, Dick Scherer, Edward Mott, Dick Hicks, Bill Orr, Richard Ward, Buddy Simmons, jim Daugherty, Earl Staten, junior Flesner, Calvin Poole. Second Row:Kenneth Underwood,Dare McGilliard,Bill Berkenbile, Kenneth Glover, Bob Moore, joe Howard, Delbert WiseCarver,Norville I-lesser, Bob White, Dalton Rogers, james Dilts, johnny Curran, Norman Pilgrim. Third Row: Bob Whitson, Hi Staten, Buddy johnson, Selby Thomas, Otley Becker, Harry Mills, Ray Bigler, Bill McCollom, EllisWillett, Donald jenkins, Lefty Hartman, Melbourne Flesner, Bob Hesser, Carl Moore, Pete W'ills. 1943 Letter- TTLCTI, Bill Orr Dare McGilliard Bill Berkenbile Guard-Senior Quarterback-Senior End-Senior 1 YY- I-Bffffmlll 2 yr. Letterman 2 yr.Lettcrman Grover Rains Jim Daugherty Richard Ward Dick Hicks jack Griffith B-Back-junior Tackle-Senior Tackle-Senior Guard-Junior Center-Iunior 2 yr.Letterman 2 yr.Letterman 2 yr.Letterman 2 yr.L-etterman 2 yr.Letterman Bob Hladky Edward Mort Earl Staten Norman Pilgrim Dick Scherer Tackle-Senior End-Junior Fullback-Senior End-Sophomore Guard-Senior 1 yr. Letterman 2 yr.Letterman 1 yr. Letterman 1 yr. Letterman 2 yr.Lettcrman 32 fs: Q fi,- 75s Y...- Buddy johnson Halfback-Freshman Dalton Rogers Halfback-Sophomore Delbert WiseCarver Guard-junior 2 yrletterman l yr. Lettcrmln 2 yr.Lettcrman Melbourne Flesner joe Howard Buddy Simmons B-Back-Freshman Center-'Sophomore End-junior 1 yr. Letterman 2 yr.Lettcrman 2 yr.Letterm3n 1- ,MQ 'E' df' -.-a.-gy Donald jenkins J. W. Sitton james Dilts Tackle--junior B-Back-'junior Halfback-Sophomore 1 yr. Letterman 1 yr. Lerterman 1 yr. Letterman Bill McCollom Bob Hesser Norville Hesser Guard-Senior Halfback-junior Tackle-junior 1 yr. Letterman 1 yr. Letterman 2 yr.Letterman Ti? -'-1 ,f we-"' 4, Calvin Poole Larry Morris Ellis Willett Guard-Sophomore End-Sophomore End-Freshman 1 yr. Letterman 1 yr. Letterman 1 yr. Letterman Hi Staten Harry Mills Carl Moore Center-junior Halfback-Sophomore Guard-Sophomore I yr. lrtterman 1 yr. Letterman 1 yr, Letterman 33. f' 1 Wrestling -4 Coach Harris has a workout. Schedule Teams Stillwater Visitors Perry ........... --- 6 30 Tulsa Central --- - 11 25 Oklahoma City .... - 30 8 Ponca City ...... - 19 14 Bristow ...... - 32 8 Perry ........... - 17 19 Oklahoma City .... -- 25 16 140 120 First Row: Van Campbell, Marion Barkley, Bob Hesser, Bob Whitson, jack Griffith. Second Row: Coach Harris, Grover Rains, Bill McCollum, jim Griffith, Donald jenkins. Lora Mae Bilyeu, Margaret Ross, and Patsy Curd are -redecorating the girls' lounge at North High. Ggfome Economics Serve delicious meals with rationed foods-'Evelyn Weathers, Betty jean Marining, and Louise Crosnoe. Sew and Save-Frances I-lesser, Mrs. Brock fteacherj, and Marie Hughes. june Lawson, Betty jo Rogers, Billie Ann Hesser, and Dorothy McQuain demonstrate rationed foods and ec- onomical substitutes. 'junior and Senior Girls Enrolled in Oggomemalcing Joyce Adams Mary Lee Bilyeu Louise Brooks Bette Boyd Iuanita Brown Betty Lou Blumer Wanda Bradley Louise Crosnoe Carma Lee Carrier Doris jean Crabs Val Dona Dowell Marian DeMoss Bonnie Fowler Margaret Gazaway Shirley Gaines Wilma Hall Barbara Hall Billie Ann Hesser Amelia Heid Geraldyne Hartman Frances Hesser Marie Hughes Lla Mae Hughes Mildred Kite june Lawson Mary Leverett Cledith McQuain Dorothy McQuain Betty jean Manning Lorena Merchant Lula Maxey Fern Myers Anna Louise Martin Virginia Mann Leona Overholt Louise Parsons Norma Lee Pock Norma Lee Rambo Norma Lee Ritter Betty jo Rogers Katherine Stevens Pat Schatz Doris Schatz Katherine Schroeder Lou Alice Smith Ellen Summers Mary jean Wolf Evelyn Weathers Flora Wells Billie jean Willett MARY MARTIN Band Queen SARAH JANE BERRY Drum Majorette Instrumental Gilfusic Ccljfficers Charles Bartholomew Fern Myers George Hardin Band President Drum and Bugle President Orchestra President me iBand Qffcers Charlie Denny Doris jean Townsell Lloyd jones Leslie Turpening Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Librarian Reporter M M Qrchestra Qficers Roger Clubb Tracy Gilbert Esther Patterson Dorothy Lee Davis Vice President Secretary Librarian Reporter 'Drum and fBugle Qffcers Sarah jane Berry Helen Humphrey Dorothy Smith Margaret Ross Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Librarian Reporter 42 sell m -an 'I own e-: -C Ke it Ing Doris ja win g. 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HcIen'I'inkcr my Pmon Mr, Vamum, drrector Nrta Brown ar arct Ross Barbara Kerr Phylhs Sharpton :ai Jane Berry Pat Taylor fn Myers Sue Hlrklc-man Not in Picture: I Timkcn Ramona Iohnson Avgncs Leachman gh Rcdbum Mary Ann Duncan Nancy Evans :st Sa Re Bar Vir Lu He Pa M Sa Fe Pa Ru First Row: Frances Peaclon, Ruth Ann Lafferty, Frances Hardin, Sarah jane Berry Pat Kyme, Dorothy McQuain, Pauline Dilts. Second Row: Mrs. Lewis, sponsor. Marilyn Potts, Marjorie Lou Adams, Pat Schatz Mary Lou Carruth, Freda Berkenbile, Wanda Collins. Third Row: Katheryn Gates, Virginia Mann, Ruth Ann Freidemann, Doris Schatz Mary Stevens, Mary Hoke. Fourth Row: Melba Walton, Ruby Mae Stratton, Wilma Hall, Margaret Gazaway, Sandra Uzzell, Mary Lou Malloy, Marcelletre McLain. Fifth Row: Edna Lee jones, Ruth Adams, Sarah Barton, Mary Martin, Jo Ann Mullendore, Bettye Annis, Frances Hesser. 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H T 'f' an I ' "ff 5 V Qaaww W, W'-ni of 4 LORENA MERCHANT Princess of the Future Farmers of America Members Not in Cgutwre Ggufrmers on P- 1 BILL DEMOSS V slr' 5' President i CLARENCE TRUMBLY Vice-President FRANK NORTON Secretary O dlmenca 33- , MARTIN CRAFT Treasurer GEORGE HARDIN Reporter Cguture Qlarmers of cflmerica LaVeme Bergstrasser Ray Bigler Cliffor Brock Glen Caldwell David Castleberry Keith Cottongirn Martin Craft Bill DeMoss Roger DeMoss Hahn Dbickl n un I Pfulrlifaw W Richard Fagin Melbourne Plesnet junior Flesner Wayne Flesner Tom Fry Melvin Fry Tommy Gates Marion German Kenneth Glover George Hardin Kenneth Keith games Longan enny Martin Carl Moore Frank Norton Iimmy Perky Grover Rains Clay Robertson Clarence Trumbly Harley Walker Robert Ware Orval Watkins Marion Williams Buford Willman School Gifford Glover Wa ne Harris Paul Holsinger Maynard Human Benny Kautz Sammy Kautz Raymond Kinzie Q 'R my-A H: 'MQ 'EIN fvg522, 1Jf,':f-Ae, 1 V 1 VW mf 1, A, ,gf i - s f, 5' A 3 A , Vs -, fp.: l:Qv. 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Q . lg' 'v ' , l 1 ,'l x Q A I 'Q I 1 Q r w 5, 4, .Q x.f"'3 , . ,4Q'l 0 Glass 'wrll We the Senrors of 1944 berng ractrcally through wrth our trou les do leave thrs our last wrll and testament to our underclassmates You are so unaware of the prtfalls that lre before you that we grve and bequeath to you the frurts of our pooled wrts whrch wrll spare you untold torl and drudgery Ruth Adams wrlls her herght and good looks to Lrzzy Angerer Bag Lrle and Sarah Berry mu tually consented to wrll therr band unrforms batons and srx years ex perrence to the younger generatron wrth love and krsses Lorena Merchant wrlls her strarght As rn journalrsm to Flora Wells Heres hoprng she works harder than I drd says she Bob Moore leaves Maryorre Adams to the next football captarn Ann Bocock bequeaths her job wrth Earl Maples to Mary Lou Mal o Pete Tourtellotte wrlls hrs shy ness to Selby Thomason Earl Staten leaves hrs brother Hr Mary Martrn wills her quret speakrng vorce to Brll Lothers Tracy Grlbert bequeaths hrs vrolrn to Frank Norton Gootch Hardm leaves leavrng a great brg vacant place Edmond Schedler wrlls hrs abrlrty to work Physrcs to Freddre Tromp er Wrnfrey Houston leaves and takes Pat Kyme wrth hrm jrm Daugherty bequeaths hrs brg grrn to Lloyd ones Brll Berkenbrle wrlls hrs football jersey No 27 to Mert Poole Charles Bartholomew leaves Bet tve Annrs wrth many tears Sorry Charles Marjorre Carlrsle bequeaths her sweaters to M E Stevens jrmmy Hughes bequeaths hrs quret drgnrty to Jerry Taylor Ruth Alene Elledge leaves er many engagements to Betty Mosley Freda Berkenbrle wrlls her smrle and a pot of glue to jack Grrffrth Allene Bradshaw bequeaths her beautrful harr to Mary Lee Brlyeu Patsydell Dotter thrnks Fern My ers should have her drmples Orley Becker grves hrs pleasant ways to Ramon Elledge june Lawson wants james Mar tm to have her brg blue eyes Dare McGrllrard leaves hrs game playrng technrque to Kenny Glover Ruth Ann Frerdemann rs wrllrng for Sandra Uzzell to have her good lookrng clothes Colleen Good passes her good grades to Grover Rarns Lanny Gallup bequeaths hrs way wrth the women to Bob Hesser Nadrna Powell leaves her accom panrng abrlrty to Katheryn Gates To Harvey Curd Vernon arrell leaves hrs pretty curly harr Vrrgrnra Mann and jane Trrplett grve therr dancrng abrlrty to Marrlyn Potts and Pat Murphy Brll Orr drvrdes hrs good looks between Carroll Leonard and Red Mott Bettys Boyles Hoover and Rrd rngs grve therr frrst names to a grrl ramed Mannrng Edrth Rrnk wrlls her clean locker to Sarah Barton Vrrgrnra Houck leaves her new harr do to Pat Penqurte Flvzabeth Trrmble bequeaths her geometry book to Melba can Wal on Lola Deane Pearson leaves her co quettrsh ways to La Verne Danrels Norma Lee Pock and Alma Un derwood wrll therr serrous rntentrons to Don johnson and Merrrlou Fer re CContrnued on Page 571 E u, . . ,h - -h 'Y- . . ,, . f . 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Cgfarmonles Irmmy Perky Take Me Back to Tulsa Marron Barkley Honey Im n Love wrth You jean Gregory Sweet Rosre O Grady Ray Brgler Mr Frve by Frve Holleen Hartpence You Made Love You une Lawson Star Eyes Trlford Blarr Small Fry Kenny Glover How Dry I Am Patsydell Dotter Green E es Marrellen Clubb- Soldrers ream Marcellette McLarn No Love No Nothrng Anna Lourse Martrn Sleepy Trme Gal Lloyd jones oe Swartz I Dont Want to Walk Wrthout You fCrutchesj Donald johnson He Says Murder He Says Grover Rams and Donald Jenkrns Cow Cow Boogre Sarah Barton Grefrt Brg Beautrful Doll Wayne Flesner I Couldn t Sleep a Wrnk Last Nrght 01.155 'zulu Mary Jean Wolf bequeaths her typrng abrlrty to Charlre Denny Ransom Peterson wants to leave hrs brown eyes to Evelyn Weathers Tommy Anderson and Gene Ar nold leave therr model arrplane burldrng to Leslre Terpenrng and Dean Krrkpatrrck joe Danford Delbert Beaman and Melvrn Howard leave therr hot game of tennrs to Glen johnson Frank Malone and Gene Brard Brll Penqurte Brll McBrrde and Norma Kerby grve therr forgrng abrlrty to I W Srtton Tom Rey nolds and Barbara Drckey Helen Scherer Brlly Boy Don Hughs I Heard You Crred Last Nrght johnny Curran Later Tonrght Gene Arnold Scatterbrarn james Lerghton Chatterbox Katheryn Schroeder K K Katre Fred Barrett Casey ones Jeanne Srmcoe Daddy Pat Kyme My Heart Tells Me Ann Bocock Prstol Packrn Mama Bob Stone Grve Me Lrbcrty or Grve Me Death Erleen Brlyeu Sophrstrcated Lady Wanda Collrns Havrn Myself a Trme Buddy Srmmons My Red headed Baby Emrly Patterson Let Me Call You Sweetheart lfracy Grlbertj Clarence Trumbly Mrlk Cow Blues Joyce Marre Adams Gobs of Love for the Navy Mary Frances Hoke You Must Have Been a Beautrful Baby George Hardrn Rustles of Sprrng The Senrors Last Round Up ontmued To Harold Campbell Gerald Bradshaw wrlls hrs effrcrent bug rn Geral Davrs leaves hrs abrlrtv to draw hrs classmates to Vrrgrnra Van degrrft Brllre Wrllett leaves her jrtterbug grng to Carma Lee Carrrer Melva Stewart the doughnut grrl turns her rob to Lourse Crosnoe Leo Anderson wrll grve hrs polrce trckets to Donald enkrns R L Brooks bequeaths hrs abrlrty to get around to james Bellattr Norma Lee Rrtter wrlls her seat rn the cage to Dorrs Lee Houck . -.. , , i . 'I' - D -" Me -" -J - I' 1. .-11 -" " "BeethoveZs Fifth Symphony" - H -.. ' CC? ' D 4 A ' ll g.', s Q 1 4 Ernestrne Payton grves her sweet job at the frve and ten to Shrrley Games Ieora Smrth wrlls her trrg As to R Hart To Ruth Lafferty Frank Denny bequeaths hrs brcycle Wrllard Davrs wants Naoma Mc Cammon to have hrs extra pounds Patsy Graves wrlls her Natronal Honor Socrety prn to Charles ohn son ane Brshop Lourse Brooks and Norma Lee Rambo wrll therr front seats rn assembly to Marne Hughes oan Heard and Mary Leverett ack Payton Rrchard Shrpley and Arthur Werss wrll therr good looks toTomBurtscher Charles Boggs and Roger Clubb Dorrs ean Crabs Vrrgrnra ar dot and Lrla Mae Hughes leave quret drsposrtrons wrth Anrta Breber dorf Brlly Mrller and Lours ardot Paulrne Drlts Mrldred Pruett and o Ann Mullendore leave therr scholastrc abrlrty to Helen Trnker Marron DeMoss and Jo Ann Mrller Mary Lourse ohnson Mrldred Krte and Paulrne Hrnrrchs grve therr blond harr to uanrta Lrnk Ruby Mae Stratton and ean Srmcoe Harold Bauman wrlls hrs cowboy hat to Lovsell Ross and Robert Ald rrch to be shared between them rmmy Sturgeon and rmmy Steph ease therr dancrng abrlrty to Drck Heath and Brll Kyme Dorothys Mt uarn Smrth Krng and Drxrs bequeath therr frrst names ta urnrta Brown and Lou Alrce Smrth Vfrlma Hall and ean Kuechen merster vrrll therr beautrful whrte teeth to Brllre Ann Hesser and Brllre K Stevens Drc' Shearer leaves hrs wrngs to Ray Young Margaret Gazaway leaves her lrk rng for college boys to Lula Maxey Bennett Hammond wrlls hrs drs lrke for Army offrcers to Delbert NX'rseCarver Sherk Myers wants Drck Hrcks to have hrs mustache Mary Carruth leaves her short hand worrres to Frances Peaden To Cledrth McQuarn Kath ryn Dawes wrlls her neat appearance etta Lee Grvens grves drrnk mrx mg abrlrty to Helen Randolph Frances He ss er bequeaths her cashrers rob to Marjorre Rrley LaVerne Lewrs leaves her ank lets779 to Pat Schatz Emma Nuss wrlls her rob of es cortrng photographers to Leona Overholt Rose Palmer grves her abrlrty to make clothes to Ruth Redburn Darmel Robertson leaves her at tendance record to Ellen Summers Robert Cochran bequeaths hrs bashfulness to james Henry To Norman Howerton Edgar Copley leaves hrs brcycle reparrrng abrlrty Kerth Krmball leaves hrs Englrsh argurng to J W Emde Brll McCollom says hrs long lst of telephone numbers can be use Wanda Bradly Betty Blumer Ed Wallett Lourse Parsons and Madge Heard are glad to move up and let the May graduates have the favor rte places rn the freshman class The brrdes Barbara and Dorothy are sendrng cookbooks to he hopeful junror grrls To those who have mowed from dear old SH S durrng the year we send our regrets because rt has been a swell trme for us And now to our belowed Parents 8: Teachers we grwe a l1N1I'lU trrbute a trrbute that expresses all our gratrtude for your patrence rn stand rng by us at our best and at our worst It rs our desrre to lrwe up to your expectatrons and may we never let you down Srgned and sealed thrs frrst day of May 1944 Senror Class J. . . ' ' ' , . . , . . ,, . .. . ' , . . . . J . Q v . J . 1 q U 3 - y " 1 n .K J I y . . . J - i I y I. 1. ,N . J . H Q , I . . . . . . t ' ' 2 . , . . 'I ,, ' . . J . . ' . . ful to Lawrence johnson. , . . . . , , , J ' 1 x I N 1 . , J tr ' . I V I I l 3 9 pr . . 1 . it a L -I t an ' H - kr J rt ' 4 l A 1 I l I , , , , , I . . . . ' C I ' K I . L v - -v - H ' . ' . I .V ,L ',- h r r . . , - 41 4.93: -1. ,Qi 4+ , SV: F 1 , I 9 '? " , 'K "' M-gf ff? 'QM N! H .5 fgix.-.----' f X. eflffy fDza'ry Dear D1ary As I got up just before e1ght and was late to school I went 1nt0 the off1ce for a plnk slrp and found the same hab1tually late group con s1st1ng of Paul Efaw and Dav1d Os walt Mary Frances Hoke was also IH the group th1s morn1ng She keeps compla1n1ng that she does not get enough sleep Why doesnt she try gettmg some out of class for once? What IS th1s rumor about j1mmy7 Oh' You say that two poor l1ttle baby faced rmmys have dec1ded not to go to any of the college houses aga1n after they were kldded about the1r del1cate features I also hear that 1mmy Steph has a mama for breakmg wrndows Butch Ward d1d l1ke the 1dea unt1l one of the w1ndows was IH h1s car 1mmy Hughes has carr1ed hIS love lrfe too far As he sand can cuss her out when she I9 not here but when I m near her I forget everythmg else Bob Hladky says he 1snt gorng steady but I dont see erther of them datmg anyone else Pete W1ll doesn t seem to have been lrlted for he goes to Coyle every Fr1day as he used to Or does he? As I l ave my f1rst hour class I run 1ntr qu1te a congregat1on at the north end of the mam floor One of the most not1ceable thmgs IS the snule that ,Io Ann Mullendore has Dont feel bad about It jo Ann Ev ery one l1kes that smrle We also lrke the way you chew gum One member of fhlS crowd B111 Berkenb1le IS greatly m1ssed He IS now servxng 1n Uucle Sams A1r Corps We also m1ss J D Mott and Leonard WhltSOD who are nn the Navy Oh my' What a m1x up th1s world IS gettxng to be The boys are all vnearmg sweaters and sk1rts and they are dye1ng the1r ha1r red Dont worry too much Wmfrey We all hope as you do that you wont have to work on the WPA Dear D1ary If there IS anythmg that makes me mad 1t IS see1ng someone who tf1CS to w1n the teachers favor by careful attentron and obed1ence If Charles Bartholomew doesnt stop pract1c1ng th1s he IS gomg to be the Teacher s pet 1n all h1s classes Oh dear why cant I be a sweater g1rl l1ke Colleen Good' All the g1rls have gone mad over Butch Ward ever sxnce he sang Stormy Weather 1n the Backwards week assembly I hope I have not embarrassed anybody but speakmg of embar rasss1ng have you not1ced the pretty red color that llghts up Mel v1n Howard s ears when he blushes7 Good nrght dear D1ary o . , . 1 1 ' , . 1 - 1- - -1 - ' 1 r , ' , , . - . . . , - . 1 . . - 1 , . . . , - . - I 1 . . 1 - I 1 - 1 1 . . , 1 1 '. . U ,, . . . . - 1 . . . . . , J. . . 1 1 - - 1- - 11 - u - ' - 1 . , I 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 . ,, . . . , . , . 1 - 1 -1 11 - 1 . . . . , . Q ' Z - " 1 I .-. . . . - 1 . ' 1 - GREET INGS To our former Schoolmates in the Service of our country. You have been so much in our thoughts as we conoiled 'tis boov that we wanted to send you a copy Many of YDS faces may not be fam lliar to you, but tie places and scenes are quite tne same as when you were here Droo us a note when time permits, because we do so loxe to near rext year we nope to serd out a ne s letter once a montz, if it does rot get too big for a little jour alism class So lofg, ard tie best of luck to every one of you The Staff, pare 25, and Mrs Florerce Severson Spo sor Pfc J W Abernathy SCU 3415 AST? Sec EE 52 3rd Co Clemson, South Carolina Pvt Paul W Adams Serving With the Army Air Corp and is statlorad at the Air Corp Technical Sczool, Buckley Field DQIVSP, Colo He spe t six months of training ln the Infantry at Camp Maxey, Texas, and Camp Fannin, Texas He transferxed to tie air corps at the end of the time, spending two no the at Kessler Fielc, Miss ,before beginning air craft armanment scnool at Buckley Field, whore he is stationed Pvt Bob L Barr es AIS, 362 Yeater Hall, Warrersberg, Mo Bob is row in the V 5 Iaval Corps After com pletelng tris course D6 will nave elgkt mortns are togetler Lt John Baugh, a teacrer at hortr Hlwh Sczool from 1937 to l842 He was graduated from Officers Trairinv Scrool in Miss ir May, 19434 ne was assigred to the Seattle Port of Embarka- tion, Army Trarsport Service Brancl, ard ls now the officer ir charbe of tne Plans and Training Sec of tke Water Division His worx is tre trainin of tne e listed men oelonglnh o Boat Co and Port Co He may be addressed at tke Seattle Port of Embarkation, later Division, a at 730 Bellevue, orth, Seattle 2, Washington A C Lawrerce I Berxenblle 385oo4Ol, Incr 5, Sqd A Air Crew lrairee Pool, Mirter Field, Calif E111 entered tne Army Air Corps Feb , l944 H went first to Steppard Field, Texas, where, after a few montrs' training, he received 11s appointment as a Cadet We is now in Mirter Field, Calif for his secorc period of train irg Bill did not precuate but left ir the middle of is senior year Exsizn William A Berry, American P 0 W Interred in tne Prilippine Island cfo Jap arese Red Cross, Tokyo, Japan Via New Vork 'ew York Wlllxam was in Manila at tie tina of tne bamb H ' ,1 I , A - . . 0 A ' , . 1 ' 2 T1 . . p 4 n .' A l ' . 4 . L , Yi n ....... ............ . .u. 1' ' Q . . ' ' 1 A s , . . n o ' l . I : n Q . I . . . 1 - J . - I . ' . 1' training in the V-l2. He and Wallace Russell -A 0 n vl ' . J '. . , A J . . .. , ' 1 J , . 1 ' A '7 V 1 x 1 - 1 0 X A. . 5 ' Ii ' z . . n . H - ' . X . . ' 'A . 1 m . , . . . ' . . e . . l H 1 - . M . . . .- A I. 4 l ' . R . 1 - . . . . A . . V .4 ' ' - a J . 1 - A . - , ff x l.I: 1 1 441 1151 Jag 1. .1 ,gl 'Nl' JK, .IF ,4 -I1 fy' vm 1 11 45 vw 'Jr ff, '21, x n Q! 1 '-': '1 sl 17 7 I 1, fl wr' Rl' '4 xc . wr . 1, 'I ICU 161 :hy rf 1 r taking trips to ancient castles, abbeys, and churches 'However,'he says, 'Since America is my home, England can never be more than an interesting place on the map to me W William Curtis B ock S 2fC, Co 20, Sec 1 BJC USNTS, university of Chicago, Chicago 57 Illinois B111 completed his training in Radio and Code at Chicago, on April 27, 1944 He spent April lst with Wyche Murphy and saw Leon Tedder and Walter Nichols James A Burdette s lfC sac: 5 44, Co E Plat N 1 E E R R UehTC, Gulfport, Miss Jim 1eft for Great Lakes, 111 , in Feb , 1944, for boot training He entered as an Apprentice Seaman and is now Seaman irst Class, stationed in Gulfport, at Radar school Pvt Robert S Euffingtor, A 3 N 58470972, 22 8 Q V T R o Aun, A P 0 149, c ' New York, N Y Robert is now serving somewhere in England G W Rrattin Boot traininf at San Disco, then translerred to Norman, Oxla , for three months, and is now at Lreenville, lexas sfsvc Iolmes D Carlisle CBradl 18207488, AmD Bldy, 320 Scott Field, lil Brad was inducted ln the Army ln Nov , 1942 but did not so into active service until wsrch 1, 1443 His duties are to fly radio opera tors so they may get practice school, M 576 6, Section 1511, Asbury Park, New Jersey vt Gilbert B Cllft, Jr , Co 1, 593 In 99 Div , Camp Aaxey, Texas Flvis Y Curtis M H SXC, Norman, Okls Elvis received his boot training in San Rlepo, Calif From there he was sent to Norman, Okie He graduated from Norman Naval Vase April 1, and is now waiting to be sent to a new station Aayor C B Cross, JSMC Hqd Co 2nd in 7th Marlzes, c o liect Post Office, San Francisco, Calif Claude is now serving in the South Pacllic, and he writes that he will return home this spring or s mmer of 1944 He has been promoted to Executive Officer He has been in the Marlne Corps 5 years and overseas 22 years le has seen action at Guadalcanal, Bougainville and New Britain Pvt Frank S Cross ASW 18l3236I, 2nd Platoon Co A, 88th Inf Training Bat ,camp Roberts, Calif Lt Ways Cross, Morale Services, 52 B oadway, New York, New York Pvt silly Ray Church 18195505, 96th Inf Tnv Regt Mq Det IRTC So Camp Hood, Texas After finishing one semester at the A k M Collebe, Billy enlisted in July of 1945 and took his basic training at Camp alter, Texas He is now stationed at Camp Hood, Texas, with the Hq Det Q ' Q u , I I' an 0 ' I 1 . o. . . . . M. " o .. .x. c . ' . . . fo P.r.,. - '- 2 A - 1 U ' 1 1 '9 . rw . A ' . , ' 1 AXS Worrell S. Clift, USNR, Pre-Midshipmen's U ' " n P . 1 . . . f. uit uve q 3 ' . . ' ' . . . . 1, f Q ' ' 5 ' L . A J I . - W Lt Irvan J Church O527ll5, Co E 880 A B Engr Avn Bl APO 9695 cfo Postmaster, an Francisco, Calif Received his commission at Ut Belvoir, and transferred to tue airborne envineers as commu lcation officer He 1s ow stationed somewhere ln the boutxwest Pacific Capt Hugh A Goonfield, O 65OeaO, APO 451 f3 Section, Fqs 75th Inf Div , Camp Qreck enrldze, Ky Capt Coonfleld has been statiozed at the L Manuever Area, Camp Polk, La , with the 92nd Inf Div , composed of Negroes Recently he was transferred to 75th Inf Div which is composed of whites Pe is expectlnv to be shipped across in 5 or 6 months Previous to his ent y into the Army, apt Coonfleld was a teacher 'n the hlahschool at Stillwater He was also athletic instructor Sgt Wloyd Cochran enlisted on Nov 7, 1942, and was sent to Fort Sill, Okla arl Cottman M m 3 C Co E Platoon 5 lllth A , cfo Fleet Post Office, City, New York Darl received his boot training 1 Prom there he was sent overseas New York Norfolk, Va Jack B Caldwell AMW 5 C A B A T U KE 6 Hutl N A S Norfolk, Vlrgi ia Pvt Clabodrn Lee Co rtright Co E, Sect I l555th S U ASTP Universltv of Cincinnatti, K2lJ, Ohio lee was an engineering student in the ASWP until it was discontinued Hs was transferred to pre medical and hooes to have about nine months course here Naval Urks , Oakland Calif Mr Co rtrlght ls Recr ation and Education sup ervisor for his barracvs We has finished the basketball season ard is starting softball also suoerv'ses the theaters and has an orches tra of which h is quite oro d The orchestra members are all negroes but two The director, a refro, is a graduate of Columbia Universltv Pvt Lonnie F Dorman, 2nd, Fo l 4 2 d n Cano Atterburv, Indiana Lonnie enlisted in the Armv August 50th in l945 He P0C91V0d his basic training at Vt Benning, Ja , and then w s se t to the Poly technic S T at Camp Raymond Service Ravrond College at Auburn, Ala , with thc at tne eresent time he is stationed Atterbury E Drumm S 2 C Sec Q l 5 607 L P School, creat kes, Ill was inducted into the Navy on Dec 1943, at Tulsa He received his traininv 1 San Diego Calif , and was then tra sferred to freat lakes, Ill He will graduate from Quartermaster School there sometime in Nav Thomas W Diehl Pc 5'c CBMU 559K c o A P San Francisco, California Tommy spent one year in New Hebrides ard two months in the maintare ce unit . . . f . . . S ' O , . 2 va., .V . 1 a. 2 .v. X . , U.D.k.C.f. A . l . n . . X . . . . . U.S..'. . . . . - u . . , Lt. ijgl Charles C. Courtright USNR N.S.D. L . . , . . A A A . He . . , . , 2 n . I.f., A.P.o. 445, . , . A. . .P. 7 A . . A f La . i '. . . 7, . ., n f' ' I . - , X . .O. Pfc Gordon Flesner ASN l806014, C A 502nd Parachute Infantry c o Postmaster, New York Citv, W Y Gordon is now stationed in England Kenneth fBr1ckyD Griffith and Billy Gene Clen denlng They spend their weekends together He savs the Air Raids are the worst things about Er land APO 472 He is near Lt Eugene Flesner Box 550 RAAF, Roswell, New Mexico Fugene is an instructor at his training camp at New Mexico He is now fl ing a B17 Be has has no accidents but has several close shaves Lt James P French O 756213 5th Liaison Sqdn APO 9525 cfo P M New York, N Y James was first sent to Phoenix, Arizona, then he was sent to Tuscu1 where he received his commission ln October of 1943 From there he went to El Paso, Texas, and in Feb , to San Antonio Texas He hi! not been heard of since Lieut A R Flood Casu 47 cfo Fleet Post Office, San Francisco, California Lleut Flood 'Ros was formerly stationed at Dallas, Texas, here he was in charge of Physi al Education His specialities were hand to hand combat and jujitsu He was later sent to San Diego, and Port Rueneme He ls now athletlc and senior duty oflicer Flood ls expecting to po overseas soon Nm Duane Good S 1fC U S S Warhawk, APO 168 c o Fleet Post Office, San Francisco, Calif Duane attended at Point Loma Calif a school for Radar Operators He ls now stationed on the U S S Warhawk as a member of the Radar crew Al Anthony Grelnsr S2 C Barracks 4 Sec 3 LATTC R 9 Memphis, Tenn Al enlisted ln the Navy Jan ll, 1944 on his 17th birthday He received his boot in San Diego After six weeks there sent to Naval Air Technical Training Memphis, Tenn Al says, 'Now I know shotgun shells go I shot 50 rounds training he was Center in where the at clay fires at pigeons Everyone that takes A R M least 300 times with a 12 ga Pvt John H, Goodner 38464931, APO 7647 c o Post Faster, San Francisco, Calif John was inductei in the summer of 1943 and was sent to Fort Sill, Okla From there he went to Camp Beal, Calif , and then sent to Camp Abbott in Bend, Oregon He has recertly been shipped out of the United States Ensign B lstol Good en 2 1544 Sqdn 18D Rodd Field, Corpus Christi, Texas B lstol entered the service October, 1945 and is teaching Areology Lt Clinton G Goodman, 4th Ferrylng Group Box 1109, lemphis, Tenn Clinton entered the service July, 1945, Prior to joining the Army he was a flight instructor for two years at Stillwater Flying School Lt. Edwin Glover 0 527797, Co L 30th Inf APO 67, Camp McCoy, lisconsln , -- Oo Q- a f . - - . . 11' u . . .. 5' . , 4 . I Y' O . . . - . O' A ll . . . . . C ,I O ' - . . S' .. c . . . - F , . , . . f - , . Q -lf' A ' . . . . . fl . ' l f - - , . . . . . Q I O . . . . . . 3 I l O Edwin graduated and took higher and became 2nd in Spartenbury, in the Airborne fran Aki in lllitary Science work in Ft Benning, Georgie, Lieut , then took more work S C There he taught boys Infantry and now he is teach ng Ski Troops in Wisconsin and Mlchlgan H also is Umpire over there R K Glover, Cox , 6th, Special N C B A cfo Fleet Post Office, San Francisco, C8111 Bob joined the Saabees and took his training in Norfork and lllliamsburg, Va , then left U S at Port Hueneme He landed on the island of New Caledonia, July 4th He then left for Guadalcanal and became a steavadore Soon he was advanced to Coxwain, driving an amphibious jeep from boat to land carrying supplies From here he went to Vella Lavella then to Treasure Islands then to a small island and now he ls on a large island He is working as a carpenter' mate helping where he is needed most Kenneth L Glover, A S , Co 44 148, U S N T C San Diego 55 Calif Kenneth joined the Navy larch ll, 1944 went to San Diego for boot camp and is now in his second camp at San Diego He hopes to go to school and became an aviation mechanic is still in athletics as he won a baseball game lilliam H 'B111U Goodman Y 1 c, 61st USN Const Batt Cmmander Office cfo Fleet P 0 , San Francisco, Calif Blll is Yeoman for the commanding officer of his battalllon Entered the servlce October 1942 He is in the South Pacific 'rfs lax w Good Asn 58588141 aq c lst fm 276th Inf APO 461 Camp Adair, Oregon Robert E Good Co 44-231 San Diego, Keel Cal Thomas Edward Gray, S 2fc USS sfc 1004 cfo Post lastcr, San Francisco, Calif Tommy entered service ln August 1943, and took his boot training in San Diego Seaman First Class Robert Lee Gallaher, Com 10 Room 572 Cordell Hall, Stillwater, Okla Bob left November 27 for boot training for two months at San Diego, Calif Then he was sent to Hugh Hanley School in Chicago for five weeks training period On leaving there he received the rating of Seaman First Class He is now stationed at Stillwater, Okla , in Radar train ing school Cpl Robert S Gardenhlre 18148080 lst Co 5th Reg ASTP BTC, Fort Benning, Georgia vez-non Hall .una 210 Uss San .ncmro mv v cfo FPO New York, New York cwfo incur H aan, w-21os2ao, 82 AfB mv Inf Rnd APO 469, cfo Postmaster, N Y 1, N Y lilbur says he was in Naples when the post office was bombed He considers that as one of his lucky moments, because he had been in the post office just a few minutes before the exploslo Hall says he has seen no one from h me for many months Recently he has been 1 - . e .. . ...,co. . s . . He . . He and championship of regiment. . I . . I . o. . . -2 attached to the 505th Div stationed somewhere ln Bmgland Pvt Charlotte J Hughes A A F WAC Detch Municipal Airport, Nashville, Tenn Charlotte enlisted in the Air lac Jan 7 1944, at Tulsa, Okal She took her basic at Daytona, Ga After seven weeks of basic she went to the Municipal airport, Nashville, Tenn Jean is a supply clerk Sgt Phyllis E Hughes A A F Wac Detch Hendricks Field, Sebring, Fla Phyllis enlisted in the Air Vac March 5 1946, at Tulsa, Okla She took her basic at Daytona Beach, Fla After four weeks she was sent to Hendricks Field, Sebring, Fla She is statlstlcal clerk Rufus B itton Hughes, Jr AP V 12 School, New Mexico University, Albuquerque, N He says it is hard to sit back and let other men light awhile, but that he M.ll probably be back overseas before long He has been in Guadalcanal, Algiers, and the Sicilian Invasior Pvt William A Hutchinson, l8l48U42, 2nd ASTP Regt Det 405th Inf APO 102 Camp Swift, lexas Bill left Stillwater for Fort Sill in 1945 He was then sent to Camp Haxey, Texas, and from there to Colu bus, Ohio, where he was ln the AST? He is now in the Infantry, stationed at Camp Swift, Texas A S Thomas R Harrison lBl95275, ACU Sqd F Flight 2, Fardner Field, Taft Calif Tommy is working on the mechanics llne H the wing ol a plane and not be chased olf ne taxied a plane across the field the other day Pvt Robert R Heath, Jr 18l48226, 19th AIB APO 446, Camp Campbell, Ky Bob was married to Miss Mildred Leverldge of Hazard, Ky , on February 26, 1944, while attending chool in Rlchnond, Ky , under ASTP He is now stationed at Camp Campbell Cpl Alton Houston ASN 1B5999l4, Det Med Dept Station Hospital, Contonement Sec Fort S1116 Oklahoma nHap entered the Army in March, 1945, of this time 2 months were spent in El Paso and the re malnderln Fort Sill Sgt Troma E Harem :seam Amy Band Hdq C Camp Kohler, Sacramento, C11 AKC Edward R Hull 3846915, S d 82, Flight B S A A A B Santa Ana, California, Roger Entered the service lay, 1943, at Fort S111 He was transferred to Amarillo, Tex 1 June and passed the Aviation Cadet test there He was sent to Sheppard Field in August and in October was transferred to Emporia, Kansas for sch Jollng There he wrote the Cadet Column and helped write the script and broadcasted on the Army Air Corps Program He was transferred to Santa Ana Army Air Base, classified as a navigator He is now in pre flight at the same base . - . , ' 9 . M. 5 e e ri , 1 . . , . e says that it is a real thrill to climb out on . . . Co. C, s . . . . U . . A . . o. . . n I e Pvt Joe H Hodges :se:s99o4 Hd c Battalion First A D APO asi cfg P 3 ggspiz k New Joe and Tex was York F was inducted into the army F b 1 received his basic training Ztrgzgg 'sRtg3g5 After having completed basic training he sent to a replacement center at Sh Penn From there he was sent overseasegggggpent Nov 1943, he with battalion Guard S S Office three months in North Africa I 'e't to Italy where he is serving Fred L Henry S 1 C U S N , Armed Francis C Harrington, Fleet Post New York, N Y Bud is a gunner ln the Navy, now overseas has been in Scotlard and in London In London he was fortunate in being able to vislt the House of Commons, he also saw Buckingham Palace and Westmlnlster Abbey He seld m sees anyone frmm home and would like to hear from his friends David James Houck A R T 3fC, Co C drks A T T C Ward Island, Corpus Christi, lex David tad unusual luck and was stationed at Cordell Hall Ctwo blocks from home, for three months He is now completing his training in Radar at Coxpus Christi, Since enlisting in the Navv, David has been stationed at San Diego, Calif , Micrlgan city, Ind , and Still water Sgt Ralph J Jacob, Co A 727 M P Bn APO 523 cfo P M New Vorv, N Y Ralph is somewhere in Iran He is Provost Sgt Military Police He ras been overseas 17 months and hasn't seen any one from home e has been in throuth the Pvt ova C Nova receiv He has b en India, Iraq, ani Iran, and all Foly Land Johrson A 384062B1, Sec d hi training at S n Anton , ax in England since Julv, 194 s near Blackpool Donald W Johnson, S S Herman F Whiton C 0 PM, New York Shipping Co Union Sulphur Donald graduated from Sneepsnead Bay Training Station in Brooalyn, New York Remalned there for a while as Signalling Instructor, then shipped out on the Herman F Nhlton On his trips into the Caribbean Sea area he has found a very definite use of the Spanish learned in CDG Stillwater High School Robert Dinner Robert Dick Gulf Dick ther Pv I Jones ASN 3fc UST Trans ort So J R6, Kev Base, Miami 33, Fla entered the service in January, 1943 e C M fc C V 5 P N I C Port, Miss received his hoot training at Norfolk, Va he was sent to Gulf Port, Miss Marjorie Vlrk am, MCWE WR, RON, Co A Brks 337, Marine Corps Base, San Dlevo,Cg11f Psrjorie enlisted in the Marines five months ago, went through boot camp in N C before her transfer to the San Diego base, where she is now Her work is in the processing room of the photographic department at the base a recent letter she mentioned having met five Stillwater bovs at the San Diego station . , . . .' O0 , . n . n , . n . X . . . . . ' I ' . He . . . . . . I . 3, N. .'. . . M . I . . . - . . . . . I H . H 1 . Y . 3. SV . 17, S d. E B.A.D. 82, APO 635, New York, N. Y. A , e. s , . an io T . 5 - H ' . , 3. and 1 Af -. . .. . . X . . Co. v V V ve, .V Knip . . 3 o.R.l.U. 98 1.4 ..-. . 'I . . ., t. h- h . - N . ' A -J e . l . . In Aviation Cadet Roger C Kirkpatrick from the Army Air Forces bombardier Kistland Field, Albuquerque, N Mex commissioned to 2nd Lieutenant and silver wings of the aerial bombardier He had previously won aerial gunner's insignia He is now ready for active duty his destination is not disclosed graduated school, He was awarded the A C W C Larrabee C A A W T S , WBSHUUTD Uni versity, Topeka, Kansas, Bill is in training as a Naval Aviation Cadet We was in Flight Preparatory School at William Jewell College in Liberty, Mo , and at present is ln CAA WTS Washburn University, Topeka, Kansas wx Lauueumlfesro casu :sv San Francisco, Calif In January, 1942, B111 enlisted in the U 5 Navy After boot training at San Diego, was sent to school for Navy Aviation Mech ln Chicago He 18 now a crew chief in mech work on Navy planes His title means Aviation machinist Mate First Class He has had three promotions since entering the service Cpl David U Lahman 18148022, Co Z B05 David is in Officers school and will receive his commission in May 2nd Lt Frank R Lehman O 868020, 880th B 499 B g p CVHJ S H A A F , Salina, Kansas Frank is a Flight Engineer on a bomber Glenn H Lee Ph M 216 United States Naval Net Depot, Tiburon, Calif Glenn received his boot training at San Diego From there he was sent to Mare Island and then Treasure Island where he received his training as a Phannaclst late He is now working in a laboratory at Tiburon, Calif P c J Lvtton 38190077, Brooks General Hosp , Ft Sam Houston, San Antonio, Texas Bill lladdux S lfc U S S Argonne, Second Div cfo Fleet Postoffice, San Francisco, Calif B111 enlisted in the Navy December ll, 1942 He took his boot training at San Diego, and left the United States around July 8, 1945 has given us no clue as to his whereabouts slnc except by mentioning numerous times in his letters that it is 'very not out here ' Pfc Charles E Martin 18l478l5, 1804 SCU Medical Section Borden General Hospital Chickasha, Okla Called to service April 6, 1943, with Junior ROTC at A k M He had five months basic training at Camp Roberts, Calif He came back to A k I for three months, then transferred to Borden Hospital, Chlckasha, Okla John Henry loore SK 516 CASU 17 Supply Dept , c o Fleet Post Office, San Francisco, Calif Johnnie is now in Tarawa, Gilbert Islands, and has been since Nov. 25, 1945. He said that he can talk a little to the natives that are on the island. He was at Farragut, Idaho 9, g , X-. - - - 'hi S.T:R.g Fort.Nonmouth, N. J. . . . . - . . Sq. f . . C. , A . . . . He I f . J D Mott H A 2 C U S Hospit 1 Staff Great Lakes Ill J D went into the Navy December 14, 1945 and was sent to Great Lakes, Ill , fox his boot training From there he went into Medi cal School at Great Lakes J D has been 1 the hospital for several weeks with scarlet fever, but is now back on duty Cpl Que tln Lee McChr1sty 38l9004l, Co B se s A a Bn Avo 928 Unit 17 cfo P M APO 321 San Francisco, Calif Quentin had bis training at Camo Crowder. V at Tvler, Texas, and Tampa, Fla He was aw rded the Purple Heart for wounds received in New Guinea He is again on duty in the Southwest Pacific in the Air Corps During his spare moments he makes sketches which he sends back to Doel Reed o A k M College Pvt Kenneth A McCollom 1874699, Co Kenneth enlisted in Signal Corps Reserve and took a course at San Antonio From there he was transferred to Carp Kohl r, Calif In Sept he entered ASTP training ln Engineering at Stan ford University Nhen ASTP was discontinued, he returned to Camp Kohler for tralrlng as a radio operator From there he transferred to his present station in Davis, Calif On Jan 4, 1944, he married Katherine Tompkins KSHSQ class of 1941! at Lol Angeles Major Walter W McCo11om ASN O 145734 Major McCollom, a reserve officer for World War 1, was called to active duty in 1941 First he was sent to Ft Sill, Okla , but soon was transferred to Lunbock, Texas, where he was the West Texas Recruiting District A year later he became an instructor, and was then transferred many times as a Camp Training officer In Jan , 1944, he was in command of the Staff School at Ft Leavenworth, Kansas, later being transferred to Texas again was recently sent to Tyler, Texas,to await new assignments His rome address is Still water, Oklahoma AfC Edwin K McPheeters 18l4B295, Sth AAFFTD Visalia, California Keith went to the army May 12, 1943 He was sent to Fort Sill, and stayed there two months He was transferred to the Air Corps and was sent toShepplr0 Field Then he went to Pull man, Hash , where he received his college training He was sent to Santa Ana, Calif to get his classification as a pilot He has recently been transferred to Visalia, Calif Calvin lcQua1n I Sfe Bks 85 A Naval Operations Base, Key West, Fla Joined Seabees in October 1945, trans ferred to Navy after graduation from Advance d Training in Machinists school at Camp Peary, Va He transferred from Camp Peary to liami, Fla where he remained only a week then shipped to Key lest, Pla , his present station, which is a Naval Operation Base Lt Col. Sam K. Myers, Hqtrs. 13th. Army Corps. Ft. DuPont, Del. Lt. Col. Samuel I. Myers was a captain ln the reserve when he left for advanced training at . . . . . X . . a , . . . , . . . n 3' .. . . . . . . . A .o., . . . B lst. Bn. WSCS Davis, Calif. A ' U in . las w 'i Pt Levenworth, Kan , in the early fall of 1940 After being there for one year, he was stationed about two years ln San Antonio, where he was on General Kruger's executive staff lhen Kruger left with his army for Africa, Col lyers was transferred to Provl dence, R I , to help organize the 15th Arllf with which he is still GUDHICUUC Pvt Glen R Norrell 58565642, Co F 276th Inf , APO 94, Camp McCain, llss Glen Ray was inducted into the Army October 12 1943 From Fort Sill went to Fort Benning, Ga for A S T P basic Says he was nshanghaied into the Infantry at Camplolilain Pvt Norris Northington 18147B66, Co I 593rd Inf Reg APO 499, 99th Div , Camp laxey, Texas Norris entered the U S forces ln 1945 H 1 now undergoing a period of intensified basic training Before being sent to Camp Maxey, Norris w s stationed t Huntsville, Texas John H Peaden, Jr S lfb Air Office U S S Altamaha Fleet Post Office, San Francisco, Cal Junior took his boot training at San Diego and was immediately sent overseas He has been in Australia and India and is new in Pearl Harbor He is a yeoman's striker, and works in the Floyd B Peek, sx sfo 145th N c B f C 0 Fleet Post Office, San Francisco, Calif Orville B Palmer, Yeo llc U S N 521 Cu bgr land Avenue, Norfolk 2, Virginia Orville has been stationed in Oakland, Calif and Washington D C He worked in the Naval Intelligence Office in lashlngton for over a year A zane Palmer, c I 2fc, 56th const Bltl Co B P1 2 cfo Fl z , ee Post Office, San Francisco, Calif Zane was stationed at Norfolk before going over seas He has been in Hawaii for a year, and he likes it there He has been all over the islands, and says that he ls ready to move on Vest Cadet Hldshipman Carroll F Pope S S J I Kelfer American lest African Line Inc cfp PM New York, N Y Carroll is now taking officer's training as a cadet in the United States Merchant Marine Corps He was stationed at the Merchant Mar ine Cadet Basic School at Pass Christian, Miss for four months, and is obtaining part of his training aboard a ship somewhere in the Atlanti Ernest Procter Rl 3fC, U S S lhite Plains CVE 66 Division K, efo Fleet Post Office, San Francisco, Calif Ernie left school in the middle of his Jun lor year He took training at San Diego, Great Lakes, and Farragut, Idaho, and has now been overseas for some tile noni Beichman I aft cfo Fleet Post office, San Francisco, Calif Bobi enlisted in the Navy the last of July, 1943 He las sent to Norfolk, Va and then to Rhode Island He transferred to Calif , an from there he went overseas C , . . Tex. . . - . . , . s e 0 . . I , . W . . . . . 0 e . . . . . - - . e s . n B . , , . . . . . yeoman's office. ' e e b . . . , , . - . . I D 0 . ' ' O I e . 0 . . . . . . . . . .. . , - . . . . . . . . e e on . . d . Harry Relehman, Army Draftsman, 4th Reg Co B, Camp Reynolds, Penn Hlrry enlisted in the Army larch 21, 1943 H was first sent to Santa Ana, Calif , and then transferred to Phoenix, Ariz Later he was sent to Camp Reynolds, where he is now Sgt Lester B Ross l8085OB4, 51st Service S A P 0 0 cfo Post laster, New York, Lester entered the Army Jan 17, 1942 He left Stillwater Jan 16, for Fort Sill, Okla Fran there was sent to New orleans, La then on to Pt Dlx, for thirty days and was from there sent over seas Ross was stationed in England till Nov 1942, then to North Africa He said it would boost his morale if he could see some one from the home town Chester W Ross, S M llc Fifth Amphibious Force Admen, Co cfo Fleet Post Office, San Francisco, Cali! Chester was inducted into the Navy Aug 4, 1945, at Tulsa He was sent to San Diego, Calif for Boot Camp wklch he completed in seven weeks After his furlough he was sent to the Southwest Pacific He is now doing office work and is kept very busy Chester found his cousin and enjoyed visits with him He has seen Jimmy Dupree on the Island Pvt uerald P Robertson, 585B81l6, Co 495th Infantry APO 104 Camp Carson, Colo uerald Csonnyl entered the services in August, 1945 Re received his basic training in Fort Benning, Ga He was then sent back to Still 'ram Vhen the A S T P was discontinued, h was stationed for a short time in Calif Camp Granite, where he received his permanent assignment and was then sent back to Camp Carson T L Robinson AXS, USNR Navy V 12 University Oklahoma, Lincoln House, Norman, Oklahoma Theron has been in Norman since July 1, 1943 James salmon, A M r 5 c c A s U Noi 2 cf Fleet Post Office, San Francisco, Calif In April James was transferred to Norman, Okla as an aviation machinist mate, and was promoted to Seaman First Class James left there in October for whidberg Island, washington. and had nearly two months' training in gunnery left ln December of 1945 for overseas duty some where in the South Pacific area Richard Hal Shults, U S S Motive QA M 102, cfo Fleet P o , san Francisco, ca11f Dick has been in the Navy two years and has seen action in the Aleutians, Gllberts, larshalls, and has been in Hawaii, and Pearl Harbor He has been stationed on the mine sweeper 'lotive' for some time He has boon two maj r b o attlee in the S W Pacific Dick advanced to the rank of a Seaman First Class Sgt Francis Lee Shirley now stationed in New Guinea During his two years in service he has been stationed at Camp Walters, Tessa, Sheppard Field, Texas, Santa Konica, Calif Salt Lake . U . . 8 q.' . . . es' N.Y. . ' ,. . E water to begin his studies in the A.S.T.P. pro- 5 e V. o e e a 9 ., at . . - of , ,g, f . . . . . o . He - in A 33 H, ,Ml YJ' IJ 1Jj .11 I.: 11 In llt 1, , f 1 1. l


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