Strafford High School - Torch Yearbook (Strafford, MO)

 - Class of 1954

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'-f-u.-gnu "- g.-3-jfs-J' 1,Q11l X,,mfv.-5 NS "i"f"" Published Bv The Senlor Class 7954 Sirafford Reorgamzed School 4-If We, the Seniors, as publishers of the 195A Torch, wish to honor our mascot-the Indian-which we are usinr to embellish our pages of memories. In publishing our Torch, we have endeavored to show you and our friends life in Strafford High l95L. Nay the preservation of these memories in the future afford all many pleasant hours of reminis- cinz. To the townspeople, the businessmen, and the residents of the entire community are we indebted for our fine school district--Reorganized District 56. without you our efforts would be fruitlessg with you--your support and cooperation-we are pri- vileged to have a school which we look upon with pride and gratefulness. Because of this debt we respectfully dedicate this 195l1 Torch to you, the entire community. 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WSW., N 4, mx" , ,V - if ...I 2""'-A X Z Ay MJ W4 yf 1 F ! 4 as 3 , W wx Q UK Wy' llbj UAW MIN IST RAT il Education UO President Vlce presldert funn: li Frank Potter Paul Noore Secretary reasurer J F FOOKSLOO1 to Board James Stow 4 rf-' .,, 4. - 3 Ell N Hff d Secretary to Superintendent A h Q a d This issue of the TORCH is appropriately dedicated to the Strafford Community. The educational program of the Strafford Public Schools is determined by the community. Mr. Q Mrs. Citizen, Strafford are partners in a self-governing country. They pay their taxes for order, justice, protection, education, and the other services that good government provides. Whatever they seek they are free in their quest to find. They believe that their children through freedom and justice will help establish the progress of America. Thus in the blessings and obligations of citizenship they share daily and hourly. We have seen these duties of citizenship in one generation take on a new dimension--that of world leadership. Reluctantly we come to accept a larger share of world problems. Human values throughout the nations of the world are the same as in our own Lawrence J. Ghan Superintendent community. Now that communism threatens the security of our nation, we feel a new appreciation for public education because public education is a sobering force in our unsettled world. America upon her public school system as the means by which our are trained to carry on the responsibility of keeping The Strafford Community-with thousands of other school making it possible for the American heritage to live on leans heavily young citizens America great. communities-is 'G' .rs. 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Vrtn Corp lf yortg 5er ,FV rown Hp 1' yfxrs less F' v years Fo ens C r est CTS F 1 -rn I M41 gyr in O H 1455 Fli, wwe P bllcatlonq V rQ run Nor O vfgr .oxen LC ortvsf vpg. '1 YT Y'f'UI'J' JEQIQ Qfoo QHQ fro W uS1L onte L W Q Pub 101t1orJ Z 101 L port far L 1 yx' Bell Bottom Trouspry ports 5 fears Team Hanaver 1 voir Hoodwork 3 vpard 1ySH ..- HO iT K Nh FPR HH11 as Tucbu 'oitball 3 years Joodwork ypa JWWYNCWU N lULlFq arune C' lr KODtGQu I CP Q D iss Ylax 1 'Pwr of 1 I v WH Q lcrr L fear L ri w. 151 den on iSS " mx 'S' dIS JORI' CI CLASS HIST RY 19h2-Nine of the present class started to school, George Bass, Jerry Beersman, Ronald Bodenhamer, Shirley Brake, Bill Cowan, Jean Lurvey, Joan Lurvey, Beverly Voeltz, and Martha West. l9hh-Bob Kaiser joined in the third grade. l9b6-Jerry Norbury and Peggy Barnard were additions to the fifth grade. 1959-Our last year in grade school! The carnival king and queen candidates were Barbara Evans and Bob Keiser. The Graduation speaker was lr. William R. Collinson. Co-salutatorians were George Bass and Joan Lurvey andValedictorian was Jean Lurvey. 1950-4We entered high school with eleven new members,3H1Qey Bebout, George Hamilton, Norma Hohensee, Ruth Hoyer, Gary Kennemer, Robert Kennemer, Wanda Powell, Velma Robertson, Harold Stiver, Rita Toothman, and David Wilhite. The carnival candidates were Rita Toothman and George Hamilton. lr. L. H. Dugan was sponsor. 1951-Our carnival candidates--Shirley Brake and Jerry Norbury--were crowned king and queen. 1952-A new member was Bill Uzzell. Beverly Voeltz and David Wilhite were carnival candidates. Our new sponsor was M s. Elizabeth'A1exander. The class play, 'Cheaper By The Dozenn, was presented January 29. we edited three issues of the school paper and helped with the annual. The Junior-Senior Banquet was at the Colonial Hotel on May 8, 19535 an Indian theme 1953-Sb-Dale Bruton and Ernest Agee joined the class This year we edited the school paper and annual. One the day that we received our class rings. we went to January 13 to learn what kind of work is open to high Senior Class Play, 'The Adorable Impn, was presented was used. bringing the totalto 28. of our happiest days was the Employment Bureau on school graduates. The February b. The seniors participated in Career Day at S. M. S. on March 9. George Hamilton has been President of the Student Council and Beverly Voeltz Co-president.Velma Robert- son was selected to represent Strafford in the D. A. R. contest. Carnival king and queen candidates were Ruth Hoyer and Harold Stiver. A Christmas Dinner with turkey and all the trimmings was enjoyed at which time the faculty were guests. Sneak Day-March 30-dwas spent at Smallings Cave. The remaining events on the calendar for the seniors are the Senior Trip, Junior-Senior Banquet, Senior Week, Baccalaureate, and Commencement. Thus will be brought to an end many activities, hard work, and much fun. In later years we will look back with much pleasure at the days we have spent at Strafford High School. KS qqcuwffilhf Virginia Estell Eddie Foley Rose Carolyn Stow Jackie Walker Fat Purdy Clayton Barnes Jim Edmisson June Luce Q-:ff if Viva Vorton Victor Beasley Shirley Rogers David Dean Eugene Smith Janice Todd Roger Jones Lucille Scott Charles Goble dd X . 1 K s i xn l x avv0' Jlmny Nurpht I +hrvn Nash Rob Vorderbruv Fecretary and Treasurer tudent Po n 1lReor sentatives Cecil Snow Yale NcPeek -Y: 4. N.-4 T' if 0 1 a- m N' K 1 .4 y S ,J f, .,-- 'i cazqyr .'Lrfr 35 1 H1r,v'r'?. L11-jyyn X 1. A V' :W In-fx yr- 5 9 ' 1 . 1 r r wnx O Y 31 'T W U Y fy 1-.- bro J. r, ,nv wr ,vmvu -Q Pwfkunnn lf-rl" FUFLOYI lj ,wndrirk ian HWMGML W f , L ' I up .,, r ' I I vs r V 1 5 I , Y N 'HY' mmf, 'rv' lkvifisl, 'Ol' ff. T.. "if,"V fQfx"rT,t f"X m ..., rn . up 1-1.1 I P 1 . fu -J mf .ir K- 1-- .H-ri iirfn na , . -yy rul I . fx r jo. 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How L Pcnnie Broan, Mayne fampbell, Farhara Parton, Tony Hunt, Yarilyn Walker, Herbert Heed, Tonna Tue Nest, Ricky Ricketts, Golden Dishman. now 3 Jimmy Rovers, Fary Kinn, Jinmy Silkey, Fariona Jackson, Judv Thomas, Ruth Hose, Made VQNpi1 Pamala Ryser, Karl Gillespie. How L Manda Cole, Shirley Compton, John Stroud, Anna Comstock, Ina Coker, Gail Disnman. ,ju 1 lil lxynlil econd Grade Fu' t Grade HO, 1 I,urry -Eaoff. Jx.dy HopkinS, Charles WaL1ar'0, How L T'irfrj,' T-'urj::.y, 'Jarmy Pricv, Doran .-Joods, Half- Bluey, Gloria T-'cPPQk, Eokiy Lo'-'M Tf'!'OZ-' kann, Darrell r'f'nnoX1, Fvnnetr, "o:c. I V 'V I Row 5 honnjn Anson, p,.,,,.., 1-51155, Tormy Frith, Linda hraynolds, Alan Hlcketts, Trudy Nlrxlnson, Lance NrNeil, Dwain Pant:-rson, Jr. Pilkinton. How L, ffm-01 ffnewart, V.-m mwson, Mona Tmodffmxn, Larry Lune, Juanita Potter, DPan Skidmore, Carol Tate, Johnnie .ni!J:, Harhara Tumner. ROV 5 Billy Iiebout, Vicky flrflf, Donnie Bumrzarner, Viviun Burn:-fy, Ronnie Bumqarner, Beverly R K Freeman, James Fetherhoff, Rethy Hunt, Richard Pr-fiehee. . OW w Mary Keelimz, Kvnnfrtl Bowser, biarthsx Kjnw, fluryfvl fllevenger, Donna Lanv, 'I'omn.y Comstock, Peggy Vathis, Fikf' Hvlvey, Linda Burnffarner. 4 3 I - ' ff. 'V I xx ' xb f 5 -. . L A 5 L' "I E' ,P A, I- 4- I . :', ' 'f iw 't" Qx I 4, . - 1. J I 4-1 1' at K 5 V K , V J ' - 1 - -I W ,. 3, Q :., , f X QQ: , iff Q ,' X I . 5 1 li fy i We ., I - W . A .3 C- " L xr! L Q x 2 I 'luv v' 2- I' C1 . . -, ,rx .,-of a v , r' L .. 190' Gfflfli 0 Activities engages G 4 , ?,VV Qgggn S30 Grade Art Activities if I 1 1 W 4 fa! q ff s em N V,-1 ---.av wi ll f muft f L A 'Nfg 'Nl A ii , fi' 'gf F 441 'N lr R -News Vlj iff if ttgvl f ffiiii 1 90 Ki Oi ' Q, 3, Jw 3 gms f 1, it .- A 3 N H n .s ,M J pl' 1 A, , -4: " 1, . -. 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Schreiber, Sponsor KHTUIGW Fry, Presidentfil,-F9 tudent nuncil Beverly Voeltz, Co-President Bonnie Sue Cobb, Secretary Pegpy Barnard, Reporter Shirley Bebout Georpe Bass Kathryn Nash Bob Vorderbruq Patsy Purdy James Harper Gay Dean Howard Reed .Shirley Trogdon Jerry Scott X11 Wllluy I NMI!!! . 3. 'U Q. Hustorq Algebra if Science EngHsh Wi -K 1 5'-'iii vu. 11 Bobby Keiser Editor In Chief: Pegg Barnard Associate Editor: Bob Varderbrug Junior Ekiitor: Norms Hohensee Art Editor: Janice Todd Junior Art Editor Associate Art Editors: Bill Cowan, Dale Bruton DEPARTMENT EDITORS: Beverly Voeltz Adnrinistratio George Bass Activities Ruth Hoyar Clnsses Society Editors: Jean Lurvey, Joan Lurvey David Wilhitfe Sport Editor: Shirley Brake Chief Typist ASSISTANTS : merge Edmondson Alice Buchanan Shirley Bebout Rita Tootlman Lucille Scott Karthcna Fry Kathryn Nash Jixmry Turner Eddie Foley Freda Smoot Patsy Purdy Special Art Work By Billy "carton ar-H Vv me um-ton EDITOR IN CHIEF: RUTH HOYER ASSISTANT EDITOR: BOB KFISER SOCIFTY EDITORS: GERALDINM CONSTOCK SHIRLEY BRBOCT NUSIC EDITOR: BEVERLY VORLTZ BUSINESS MANAGER: GEORGE HAMILTON SST. BUSINESS NANA JANIOR TODD EXCHANGE EDITORS: SHIRLEY BRAKE WANDA POWELL SPORT EDITOR: DAVID WILHITR FST. SPORT EDITORS JOAN LURVEY JERRY BKERSNAN NEWS EDITORS: RITA TOOTHNAN GEORGE BASS FEATURE EDITORS: PEGGY BARNARD VELNA ROBERTSON CHARLES COBLE ART EDITOR: JEAN LURVEY RFPORTRRS: ALICE BUCHANAN BONNIE COBB REPORTERS: ALICE BUCHANAN BMNHIUEB KARTHRNA FRY MARILYN DAVAULT BETSY LANP JANFTTR PAGE ALDRN SNOW ASST. ART EDITOR NORNA POHENSEL s -nl Activitie 5' '..,i 1. i f'f 'ill 5 ! -Qxq , elite.. fi Jig' x,'. 1 ' Wm 1 ,. cm' Washinq dishes. REQ' ,.-.ij lb 'N A table prepared for a luncheon. Cooking the meal. 0 .1fP 1' 515 E .e. - .FQ 1 ' U fel Home Economic Q 1 C .1 n N 1' . I r v A E' .I +4 Ironing a finished sarment s 1 Cutting out a Qarment ' 'asliilii 'gvfm lv 'S IIN Sewing a garment. Si ll 4 5 v x ffriijj .FX Mr. Ivin McGee, Shop Teacher. nSandingU r P "Hd HPlaningU Ronald Bodenhamer 'Using an electric sanderu Eddie Foley lndu trial Bob Vorderbrug Mechanical l,f' Drawing Cary Keunemer R-,YT ,f- , nuff- ' :lila- 411- Snr nFiniShing Woodn Q.L. Litchell, Richard Martin H Hui' fingll Gary .ontfomery 'Uslng Table Saw Ivin McGee N'--my WSh0p Torkingu Q LSlnf Band Sawn Mr. Ivin McGee Jim Hall 'Y Mechanical Drawing lUStTUCt07 HH 1 Row 1 Beverly Voeltv, Janetce Pave, Yvonne orton, Patsy Plb on, Carol Daxolb, Nancy Podenfdngff rxllplflii Br 7ea1e Row JPFVY Eeersnqfn Dew' Eine, '-fbdy Davoltr Patsv F019-Y' Laura Denms' Raywgnd Popner ue Hanknns, Ck rles Fob , Rob KGISPF, n1rlef Brake, arol Bodenkawer, Jean lrvex Q W Q NqAp1,n Cynl k v 113 klrplpi pqn Stoddard, Qterllnp YTICB, Qharlotte Kenslneer, Rarbar Q1CFdFdS, Jean Pope oy, Jerrv Norburv, Pevwy Farnard, Donna Brake Patsy Buweafniis Flenda Dve, clayton Barnes, B111 Cowan, Feorge Ba s, Ronald Hodenramer Wow L Varvln Piss, IO y'ever, Vatbryn Nash, Nlnce Bucbinan, YUCl1l6 Ccott, o Wfiff flss Pape, Nancy Doollttle Urche tr Row 1 Yvonne Norton Vary llen UOO11'C16, LUC111G Qcott, Pabsv Qunearner, :baron C fford D Vlrrln a unley, klrlcy Wrcvdor Row 2 Jean Ctoddard, Joyce Rovers, Jerry Beersm n, ghlrley N P d Famrr Frake Bob Fe ser, Fharle Coble, Sue NHHKIUS arol Davolt, lleune Braveale, ancy so en N 3 Illce Lurve Jean Lurvey Carol Bodenhamer, Beverly Uoeltv, Janette Pave Betsy Lane, ow y, , Donna Brake, Penpv Barnard Jerrv Norbury, B111 oman, Ronald Bodenhaner Row L Nancy Doollttle, P155 P1 e, 11ce Bucuanan, Bob VorderbrJP, Laura Dennls V B d Q' Y . V L L rr I J S ' ' f A V . - A . '- 1 , , v 1 L " . A 1 4 , o .1 a A 1- f ' ' U V . - 'Y ' fl ' 1 1 . ' f, A A ,3 . , fl? . , . 1 -1 . V . A , 1 1 , D . , r - n K' ' V ' " - N .,- 1,1 '..O , mcg, .,J..e,1,u so . .1 f ,, ., Y a ' . , 1 V 4 -V .xi ,"4 . , ', ' - e K, . ., - . W, , " , ' A 1, s . . 1. - ff 1 -I - . ' c Q w V, fu 1f.f 1' ' fu, l .xi , ' .. M .l c L., .,, A , .. X . , A, . 1 f l ' Z' ' ' C x- . , 1 1 1 .'. u ., u L X . f pw: , ' ' ' :. 1 Ct ,' ' . v A , . A .4 . - xl A L , Aa ni ,.1 .Cl ' . , . . I . ,, , . 1 cal" 1 ,I S ' , , . x, .w . , 4 f A .4 I D 0 Y ' 7 1 , . . . . , nf . 1 J , , , , , ' P ,. . ' ,,. , 5, o . A . . " U A ' 1, . C , V I1 1 J , U Q egg eve ee Mixed Chorus Row l Raymond Hopper, Bobby Kendrick, Kathryn Nash, Martha West, Geraldine Comstock, Norma Hohensee, Janice Todd, Jo Ann Freeman, Wanda Powell, Glen McNeese, Jerry Gillespie. Row 2 James Johnson, James Harper, Billie Jo Dishman, Nancy Doolittle, Iola Hilleman, Patsy Foley, Charlotte Kensinger, Barbara Richards, Beverly Scott, Almeta Coker, Gary Montgomery, Lloyd Hensley. Row 3 Jackie Walker, Jon Gillespie, Marilyn Davault, Jean Popejoy, Lucille Scott, Yvonne Morton, Shirley Snow, Shirley Brake, Donna Brake, Betsy Lane, Viva Morton, Mary Ellen Doolittle, Martin Wolf, Junior Moon. Row L John Hamilton, Marvin Bass, Judy Smith, Carolyn Allen, Judy Davolt, Laura Dennis, Janette Page, Freda Smoot, Alice Buchanan, Alleine Brazeale, Norma Beam, Barbara Scott, Louise Bebout, Billy Clouse, James Stow. Row 5 Carl Jones, Bobby Hackett, Sue Hankins, Carlene Norton, Penqv Barnard, Sharon Kossen, Bonnie Sue Cobb, Ruth Hoyer, Beverly Voeltz, Gay Dean, Shirley Bebout, Rita Toothman, Ronnie Hansard, Bobby Coble. Row 6 James Coble, Eddie Foley, Gene Hackett, Jerry Norbury, Jerry Beersman, David Wilhite, Harold Stiver, Jim Ball, Charles Coble, Bob Keiser, Bill Cowan, George Bass, Dale Bruton, Jimmie Turner, Joe Don Allen. Glee Clubs 0G9nep6", Q, 0 G ' i QQ M1 SHS U U Team Creerleaders Peggy Barnard Lucllle Scott Allce Bwvrinan Judy Smlth Partha Me t r HBH Tear Cheerleaders Blllle Jo D shmln Judy Davolt Patsy Foley Patsy Purdy La ra Dennls Q . u . i AX . , ,J -- ' I A A 1 A 1 'J . lr ' T I S A , , 1 A7 Y Y . ' wi . , U L " , ,Y L ,--, Row l Naflda POW ll, FHFCTIH TJSSL, Rose Carolyn Stow, Donna Drake, Vclrr 1, Robertson, Janette Paye, Lena Nulanax, Patsy'Foley, Judy Ddvolf, ulce Buchanan QOH Z Kathryn Nash, Judy Smith, Kartheni Pr eraldlne, Porstock, Laura Dennls, Yvonne Norton, Fhirley Kaisler, kar1o+te fenenn er Row 3 1011 Flllenan, Sue Hankins, Gay Dean, CFirEcy Febo + I Ldrnar P1l91U8 Braveile, YlV3 Norton, Betsy Lane. Drum Corp LUC1llE Ccott Beverly Voeltz Qhjrlpy pri 0 ASSISLHHL Hajorette A55 'an' Janette Pure and Niss Pane H u . 4 N f?-ig iq! i. 'NES- ali? , I - H 1, . g ,,,, 54- Ig' af' wsi'i1l3 "Q all . I Mgmqt ,Q ., .4 4 MI' , . vw I P ,QQ 1 ,WI 1 2 , 1 'FW4 5 Q, 1 ., 'R X Q Q.: . " 1234 t fiwg' I i ' Q.. V.. Y- g M 4 5 . " ' bf, L 'fx 1 ', 4. , iw! . fu' i SV' 'K llvf lrlf' A fran r? ly ' x',Z"f7f M 'I v 'af' . kg! 3 ,. In vu ,N liii NMA -Y A T K? A r 5 Il Y f ,f '55 ' 'fvzzfi 5 I ' Wir! ' ' L 'fo' . ng.. I 5,1 4 Q 'A 'iv A ff T - 2. 543 Qjfigi , wwf g., I V 'scrZV - ' ' 1? A Mx .- -flllzf-1.39 "'-rr-""ff A vs -n V-...Y , sg lfi 3 f, Q 'r VLA. I ....i" ,r N Ln, , -Q 1 3. W . 5, I! ,Eta fr . z1:?':M?fW4'W A, . 1, , f my 'Y V 'fM.w?.3iw ! XXWX IW V if NA Xi -mi A XWX -,KX vwfms , ,N x .spffxu xx VN! Nxxvw -qxfffx PM 9' ' W WXNVK gm NSN ---Q M XXX HNQQW .ront Row fat 1 xole , Cfrolyn Allen, Rlta Toothngn, Q1rb1rd Rlchards, Yarthena Frv, Sue Fanklrs, Beverly Voeltv, Toli L1ll9FaH, Freda woot, Judy Qmlth Second Row Janette Pape, A1161U9 Brazeale, oarlene Iorton, :baron nupan. I 01' Front Row Nartba eet Ruta mootbnan, Ymc lle Coott, Beverl Voelty, lllce Buckanqn Ut V Cwltr F ok doa oooh Duvan Carolyn Allen, Gaf Dean, K1lC6 Lurvey, Jean Ttrvef, Joan Lurvev, Carol Bodenharer, F3T11JU PQvatl+ N 9 I : p Sl 7 ,y 2 ' -. ' f l P .F a ' ' . , F Q L 1 , ,V .- A V l c, .1 .1 : Q. u I Q v 2 . . I D' J. "l is Kossen, Alice Lurvey, Ruth Hoyer, Gay Dean, Jean Lurvey, Joan Lurvey, Coach LJ 3 qw. l O Eg t . 1 '-' ' - - 4 , A, . . 1. . , A . . .. I .L , , .J .', y , I ' , f , "du ol' .. 5 1 ' ': C J ,A , W X r ' , Y . Y T ,, , J 1 'ly ,' K o. UW0: I ' g 0 hack How: Left to rivht, HclorL Q A S V I 1 n KPl'1Tlf'fTf'I'f Efargnlll f'Li'.'fr, '2f'm- 5 U It ll H .NL-, f ' r" !,.., at , - A, ftow, S13 v7T1LFLJ. Uwgrgp ' - xxgx X fy kk'X 'XJ Hmil ton, Eob Vordf-rlrw.v,IJf"1r1l I f i 1' If ' X X Dishnan, Jerry Eeersnnn, Savoy tgxfou If K , 'Qgx Q9 j,,Jm Hunt. Front QQ:-1: 3171 tpwqimf W " f"I'1HfTFl"7, Victor I4--' lei", 'ale Lg X5 fH'cI'eeK ,' David Dewn, 'S-'1r'j,' 'U 5- ' i"" Kennemer, Jirnie Turner, Uvnv 'wg K ' Hwckett, Co1ch Duvan. ..5 ,. X " V' k Jil ,nf 'I 2: "' s 1 Q ,Ho ii 5 -J " 4 M I l'fL,f ULet'S go, boysnl Q19 1 f I 140 Starting at lower left and readinp clock wise: Harold Stiver Gene Ftow Leroy Hunt Coach Dugan Dearll Dishman Jerry Beersman Virtor Beasley George Hamilton Bob Vorderbrur Jim ECmls:,:1 s-,- up Lx .' V ' , 9 1 'If , Q , C?- ..,,, 10 , ,. 5- Y 'ji' 'x 0 X. .-an to 1 Y- -' N I Q M xx 'D 'cf fm' X K. ' Jerry Reersmfm, 905 V07-dey-by-ug, X Georie Hcunilton, Jin Ball, Dearll Dishman X . V6 tback Ash url U ns 2. Fl". Q india f all Shoot fine S for StI'af-foyvd I Junior High Team Front Row: Junior I-Soon, Jo?-n nainilton, Kyle Barnaro, Wa.:-ren Morton, Cari Jones, Howard Eeeu, Coach Dugan. Back Row: Lloyd Hensiey, Ronnie Haggard, Marvin Bass, Henry Jackson, Billy Cobb, Rex kotter, Glen McNeese. Back Row: Georpe Hamilton Clayton Barnes Jim Ball Bob Vorderbrug Dearll Dishman Coach Dugan Front Row: John Hamilton Yale NcPeek Jerry Reersman Victor Beasley Gene Stow Gary Kennemer fTeam Manaperl L -f J aa 533' 4 f:,,.. .., A -51 K NX , 1 -.,.- . . . . . ' 1 P L n 1 v 10 Win Strafforll t50 5 R 4 4 n s , u 1 n 1 n 1 'zgf1l . can ' Ag . ! 'A H-may , 9 Q fr," ,. S K c Af , ct i ' ,f ff il GCI, - c4Eg!Ig J i' MQAI mlm 'I - lf- t e,Q ,L,:dag,9u ourn n hllldggsbnljild Waassirig X e Q ,Q yea:-.I-iuu l Strafforclendeo season play with gg,- I 19 wins and 6 defeats. 'Muir' X of 4 XX are 19511 GC Trophy Gary'Kennemur C'I'eam Yana aerj David Dean Jinmie Turner Anthony Robertson Elmer Scott Jim sson Jirny Vurphy Robby Ytever Gene Hackett Coach Duvan I 4:1 ix 1'l,l ,lf . f , ff at ' tw, 5 ' 3 .. Qs ' Y N K 1 Q I I 5 . ,Al 1 'P .-p Q rf? n Q is , 430' KVA H R ' , Ln -'1- if Q . Tl , . Q - f g 1 va all - 1 H ' pa-"'l 44,-fgfg. , ' L ti . - X . '- 14 XX 91 -.-'4 xi .........a .. Q, ,.p,.,,g,,,,,,MrAm ,Mag , . ' - 1. A N ' 'A fi-,1.. I 4 , ' f 13,221 - ISI DF! K X. 5-1 vf 2' :, Gif , , , 1 s?w ',- 22.5 R . 'L R'.W' .f I 1 'Ik in l r Q, 54 - W -W 5 -- -A 5 w I b ll 3 x , 1 K 5'-Wi' " , 5 Q ASW T 'Ji-A -' ' f 1 'f --'f -1 Q 4 . 5 Y 3 W . if . -Q . all I A uw- A xw Q. 955552-ck 'am Q.-Q Q rf., , I' , r ,. .. 'I' 4 vi asf N' if . ff uf" ? . 0 ' 1AU', -4' 1 ' 1 Q. Rf '14 .for ,Tn ni -.---l ul K " I Ngneff' wp.. x N 'VN v u ..V,...----.1 4 . 1 Q, nl THE SENIOR CLASS Presen+s ll7fze faq.: " Charadrers Hn tliP Order Of t.l'f-fr first nppf':1r.'im'0j llortc-i1S0 Hoktilici'--ilu iiifiiii whci "Sus All," "Ha H148 All," nncl "Tells All' '--- - Norma Hohensec- Bc-tty Lou Gorrioii-tlic "wittl0. wittlf girl" A Bcverly Voeltz Mrs, Alilw Simpkins-he-r graricimotlicr - Geraldine Comstork Briziii Brirc'l:iy-wiclovffi' who livcs mxt door - Bch Kfiiscr lVl?ilVlHfi BJlI'4'l!ly'-lllS lyiiw-eyed dziuglitmi' - Pcggy Barnard Primclzi Gordon-A gay widow on the trail of ii rich hushzmcl -AA-- - - Rita Tootlimzm Clint Purdy-an olcl harhf-lor, Grzincliiizfs lieziu - David VVilhitn' Iiiiogcnc Van Rynclon--ward of XVinstoii Pirkrcll, with gi Cut-pliobin ---- - Mzirlhzi We Qt VVinsloii Pickrc-ll-A rich and imscilili old mari with the gout ------ jerry Bc-c-rsmari Dilworth Pickrc-ll-liis grzimlson with ciyspcpsizi - Guorgn Bass Ross XvVfil4lfOfl-fiI1Olllt"I' gmnclsmi, :i crillcgc srniiir Harold Stivc r 4 a. I KEN-'LL C6035 ff ' Z mi rm SGDIOF Calendar of Evenfs L..- M Fields has been pastor of Central Christian Church 1 Spr1ngf1eld, s1nce 19b5 He is Chairman of the Board of Dlrectors of Drury College School f He1ig1on and part time instructor at Drury College He 1S president of the Sprlngfield M1n1ster1al Alliance and president f the C1ty M1SS10HS Board For Commencement Week Roy F1elds, Sr. Ivella McWhorter Elsey B Ccal ur I U L I C' mr I Chr: t fn I1 Sprrn h Id 1 nun mmm U 1, X If In-Il wr r 'W mn r Mrs Elsey graduated from the Missou 1 Unlversity Lav School 1n 19h9 and 1n 1950 entered the pract1ce of law 1n Sprlngfield, M1ssour1. In 1951 she was the first woman 1n Greene County to be appointed t the prose cutor's staff She 18 actlve in women's groups, govern ment and po11t1cal affairs, and chlld welfare advisory groups for reene County lr King is a member of At1l1o Gatt1's Expedltlon 1D Afr1ca He was a pr1soner of the Japanese durlng World War II for three years He has traveled extenslvely 1D all parts of the world s1nce 1930 His lctures have been ubllshed 1n a number of DBt1OD81 ma z1nes The are P sa Y ews Week To the Staff of the 195k HTorch' All six of this year s Beauty Queen candidates do more than their share of living up to the OzarAs"trad1t1on as A land Of beautiful girls Therefore, to have to DICK out only one from this group I anticipated. Since personally Cunf has been much more of a job than I d not know any of the candidates ortunately.D I have had to base my judgement solely on the impressions I obtained from the photographs. Nevertheless, the chore has been a leasant one and I Qreatly appreciate the D 1 - honor of being asked to act as judge. WK!rp Sincerely, !7q fxafcgwf' vi Weldon King IO R - 1 N , -2:' ,,v,. . K jf N' ' A fa ,, , ' v A m N J .41 9 H N . " 9 x i iff' A- .. .4 'V ,A if X Pk , I Q ' ' J 'ive 31, -U . ! -n5K,g.. gp. -1- may-1-aw AZ- 71 '- Y .Na-.::v-2,.' -I--f 1 f ,f 'S' 4' " A -.- , .. ,..-. ,... --,.., , - ' 'TFP H, ,. 'Eff-' ' -i.'--hw?


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