Strafford High School - Torch Yearbook (Strafford, MO)

 - Class of 1955

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1i1CT1 pudlcaded gg 'Me Seam 6444 I955 S'I'raf-ford Reorgamzed School X A -xxx . 'W-A I Y f X xi l' f' , 7 F flu' 'V N . . ,. . ii-1.-.ii g. .i.. STRAFFORD MOVES FORWARD THIS SCHOOL IHPROVEHENT PROGRAM IS FOR YOUR FUTURE AND YOUR CHILD'S FUTURE PIEASE LOOK Cmsfully N Mx N PM X X is NS N ,NX I Y'-'I' N Nq nv...-+ Junior High School Building This three-room unit has been completed during a two year interval at a total cost for construction and equipment of 520,000.00. This unit has been completed to meet the expanding school enrollment needs and has been provided from funds made possible through voting a special school bu1lding levy One hundred flfteen junior high school students are housed in this un1t In the preparatlon of the l955 Torch the Sen1or Class has endeavored to show you how the Strafford School System has moved forward this year On th1s page and the succeeding pages may th1s real1zat1on be further accompl1shed as you follow our progress The School Athletic Field The expand1ng need for playground fac1lit1es at school has been partxally met through the completlon of the athletlc field Thls was a four year project that consisted of bulldlng the backstop, protective screens two bleacher sections and the installatlon of a Sh OOO watt f1eld llghtlng system for nlght tme use School athletic and act1v1ty funds were used to provlde Sl 955 27 of the cost the Strafford L1ons Club provlded Sl,O7h O? and distrlct funds amountlng to 51,587 814 were used to complete the installs. tion at a total cost flgllre of Sh 617 18 A .sy -B atb Z xv indhzzsp . . . r o - - - ..i. . ..-- e . --- .ii. - -- - e . . . 3 , o I 5 I 0 o ' , Q c ' 1 L IA. I, f . X . , ,. - ' " ' .V I fir , 5 I -Li , ,- U 1 fy , ' x, , ' - L. -KY" 44.5. S . . ,.,..- ' 1 A, ,.,+a':fN.f - , S - Q -,,,,,J ,J ,,,,h,. VI-. U H, -...-..... - - P 3.-.-.M-,.-V, . .ut A .- 1 . , V V A n x-. .., qt, ,I . . xv-. I, 5 r H ,ING ktkL,,,f,' ' L. - , nu -' A ,-.' T: ' .. A N !-- ' h - -.-L1Vv'.-4, -'-1 ',' " -- ,L-, - ,Q .4 i . -N-J, , - : . 1. ' ' ' .-. Q " '- "'-f- 4- 1, - 1 ' 7,: - , V ' .. .' s-.., ,' .. . .. W ,- -- a. -A, q -11'T"'-mth -.-. A . ... .fb .':13,"sAL Q- '-Jli. . "., . fs- ' t 4 ' .-- ' " 'fo ' --.ev ,. 0 .5 .iw - Dedication Because you Because you Because you deny yourself so that we may have that which you d1d not have, desire for us the higher and f1ner things of llfe, love us 1n splte of our shortcomings, And, because we want to express ou love and appreclation, we the seniors of Strafford Hlgh School, dedicate thls volume of our annual to you Our Parents Because you understand when all our world goes wrongg In Memoriam Garland L. Harrison In the passing of Garland L. Harrison the Strafford Public schools has lost a conscientious member of the Board of Education and the community has lost a fine public-spirited citizen. Garland has served the public school interests of this community for a long period of time. Thirteen years of service preceeded the Garland Harrison rear anization of the district and his services were V g L Deceased December 3, 19524 again requested in 1953 to end with his passing. During this long service interval many problems have confronted the board of education in directing a program of educational opportunity for the students of our school area. In order that the foundation of a good and lasting school program would be the handiwork of the board of education and the heritage of our children, careful planning and excellent judgement is required. To this end the conscientious nature and the best planning of Garland's ability was given cheerfully to every situation and to every problem confronting the board of education. n T . 1 5 aff., ,. JIU' """51 1.2 Paul Moore, Frank Potter, V. H. Doty, Waldo Dishman, Denny Foster, J. F. Rookstool, Mr. Ghan A TRIBUTE To The American School Board: Provider of foundation education--basic to development and progress, Agent of the state in preserving the social heritage, Conservator of America's most important resource--developing children, Acting for and in the interest of all people of your district, Lmerica Salutes You with Gratitude And Praise. Provider of educational opportunities for C. E. Reeves all children, SCHFOI P01933-1953 Tiffin N I-Zorton, Annual taii it 5 lliif 41 , ffl I Y . Editors Loft no Zlifght: Asst. Zl13i.'1CSS 1iZ'.IL. fcgrol Eoclenhzmei' :'.lSf.11CSS Ianagcr: Janice Todd Sports: Gene Stow Orijeglizatioi: 'Iiva Ilorton Classes: Iiarthena Sify Lsst. .Lrt Tclitor: Yvonne Tforton -lui The .kzmual Staff VN: -,."c' 'Pl Vgif. ...Q n 1 -1 5 ' TQ RQ' 51" June Luce, Editor H- -iv Tjpists Left to Right: Llrzvici Dean Judy Davolt Laura. Dermis Sue Elamlcigis atsj' Teqrdy Lucille Scott Carlcne fforton Betsy J O Lane Billie Jo Dishrrmrz Clayton Barnes Victor Beasley 'EEFI-CIEIIT ..ZIIlNE,. R V. H. Doty President gl- 'QQVN -N I J. F. Rookstool P ul no Vice President . Sscretagyre Board 0E Education Frank Potter Q- Q ' f Waldo Dishman Denny Foster 4' Ellen Mae Hufford Secretarv to Superintendent e g . 3: , x uperintendent THE STRAFFORD SCHOOL SYSTEM MOVES FORWARD Just as every community throughout our nation attempts to carry its appropriate part of national progress the Strafford Community is anxious to make its contribution, too. No nation in the history of the world has ever demanded so much of education as have the Americans. No other nation has been served so well as has America, The demands of the future can be met by our schools, America today is at her peak of accomplishment in our national history because an enlightened citizenry has been taught to be self-governing, natinnal unity has been achieved because our nation has been taught to be none Nation under God, indivisible, with Liberty and Justice for all.H We are proud to be Americans and we can live and learn equality in America that is not possible anywhere else in the world. For three centuries the schools of American communities have served and strengthened the nation. The people of our nation are as enlightened as any on the earth. Our people have justified and vendicated democracy's promise, The goals and the duties of the future that society establishes will be attained by the American public school system just as surely as the support and the faith of the people is given. WMM 1155 Dfmue F. Ros Ji.. Facultv 0 nffllsn Denwrtment A + V Il C, D nrfvvet 1-xW 1- Q ia... lo jf X' 1' 'I 'qc 0 Qrf em one Conn c-C Y' P P Sclencn mc .utudfhnt k, OI'I1C'lL Q , , lc. ' A S Ififfs Iffr"--:ff Arm re E I ' '. .C , fixflf- Lf-j'-1-Q" rl., I . il .. X I-Qrff, '!i1"Q:..i, L gif I1 :'.I'f:, ilLz,1A-my L1-:v,1r.f-1' Comvi C- 21 '.:'f:wfnt . 1 "fl ,- I 1 jj-'gn P1117 -t' MN I-' A 1 tk fogivl ' '. 2 " " . 'f . E' Q f fs: 3. X f f P u 5 ' 75 Luther H Duran CWI Klwg Pbyslcal Educatlon and Math lementar J clpal MTC VPU-9 Hughes Mrs Fanrue flood Seventh ana k'F ar dP Sevewth ane E1gh+ ur A s Mrs vre14a ve +31 3lXtH Grade 3 Elementary IUSIC Mrs Bernlce H de Flfth Grade J' x 1 . Xa i K . D e'a".4 ., J . .. , E.np'n .f , ' , ' L . 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R I , Y 7 A u A g - STUDENT COUNCIL PEPRESENTATIVE PAT PURDY "It Isn't Every Girl who Gets To wear A Diamond' Drum Corps M years Publications 2 years Music Contest h years Class Play 2 years Student Council 2 years STUIENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE GENE STOW "I'd Rather Have A Friend, Than The Last Word In An Argument' softball h years Basketball 2 years Class Vice president l year Publications 2 years DEARLL DISHMAN "The Cardinals Haven't Seen Him Yet" Basketball h years Softball h yea s Class President 1 year Track 2 years Class Play 1 fear VIVA MORTON il' "A Pro In Every Sense Of The Word" Class Play 2 years Drum Corps 3 years Christmas Program 1 year Publications 2 years Music Contest lg years Sports 1 year DAVID DEAN "Don't Just Talk, Talk Over 5 Good Old 'l'imes" Softball 3 years Basketball 1 year Class Play l year , nk 5 Publications 2 years E- IICIIIE SCOTT 'Jhat Could They Do Nlthout Me9H Vusic Contest h years Drum Corps h years Cheerleader M years Class Play 1 year Publications 2 years JIY EDMISSON sF"' '5 W o s F r Fun Rnd a ares o 1 d H Car ixaj flrr C ndldate l ve r a la 2 ears o' ea 1 e r ln trel 1 wear I' HI IMA ANGIE Hlpve, laugh, And Be Ierry Music Contest 1 year Class Play 1 year Sports 1 year fl 7.A,T WYou 71gure Hin Out, Few Peoole Cann I Bafvetbal' 2 'ears Soitball 3 vearf Vice Dr sident 1 vear I Publications 2 vears KATHRYN NADH NJust Me And My Mann Student Council 3 years Forensic Conte t l year Class Play l year VUS1C Contest h years Pub11cat1ons 2 years illfq., LEROY HUNT Uvot A Norrw Pot A Care' sQftba11 D y2a1'S Vovie Progector 3 vears Q' tk ll l S T ROSE C WWIYN STH! 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Queen's Attendants 'Ds llll Annual Queen "fader D1rect1 'ues Nannle Ross IHS MBE HI George Carr Mrs Carr Mr Carr Carol Ruth Carr Nlrs Elvxra McDuflie Lame Carr D1cky Turner Mxss Lucmda Carr lVIr Yeates a lawyer Donald Drennen Janet Roden Lnz Estes M1ck1e Strong Mr J Caswell Drennen Cecrl Snow PLACE Lxvxng Room m the Carr resldence TIME Act I Three thmrty p m Act II Two thxrty p m the next day Act III Ten a m two days later MUSIC Orchestra d1rected by Mxss Margaret Ann Page Pxano Solo-Etude 1n E flat Chopm Laura Denms Vocal Solo- If I Could Tell You Janette Page USHERS Barbara Cheeks Lucxlle Scott Kathryn Nash Karthena Fry Rose Stow Sfrafford Hugh School November 23 l954 800 P M fln Order of Appearance! All School Chrrstmos Program 0ur School Health Program Medical care for school c' ii .fzz i. ,. gr-- fessional responsibility of the gl1.'ficla,,. Conduct of school health pro,ra1..' ' Straiford students receive adequate health attention. Organizations in our ccxnm nity cooperate with the school in car'z'y'ing out the health progrc... This year immunizations and vaccinations ire being administered to all students ani to Pre-school children that will ta zo advantage of the health clinics. Dr. R. H. Focht kms had charge oi' these clinics and has been assisted by local nurses living in the Strafford community and by the stafi' members of the Greene County Health Department. As these pictures show program at work it the afiencios ol our medical profession working toqether in of our child health. our health is evident that cor1,.unitj,', the and parents are the interests Nurse Sharon Davis, Dr. 21. Q.. 1-'oc.'.t, Pro-schoolel administrative responsihilitz' of' school: and health departhlentf. ,.esnfl:1sibility for the health and "T being of -tin indi- 3 vidual child rests 'rimr-il riti his , parents and to :z wiser de-'rf-e rn th Us 1 community. To 21- truly etfective, all of these avencies, wrofossions, and nerscfs Q, must work together in the interest of child he-zlth. -'V - X' County Health Nurse Elva Jane Decker, ffurse Tfilna Payne, Junior High Student Carol Davolt nurse 32.ar':1 Davis, .:'. F. gm. socht, :ent v urse 5. fo 'nie nr ,Q .C .1 , . nslex . . Potter Mrs. Je n Nc'-ehep was tv Voc 1 DTH otr Jen Larry Andrews , Mother Mrs. Wanda Andrews, Student A Vt 1111: T11 Mary Arm Wolf J. B. Ferguson, County Health Nurse Elva Jane Decker, Turse Wilma Payne, Student Jerry Keiser, and Billy Pfeifer, Ellen Winter, Teacher Lir. King o T2 ' 3 3 " . L 3 o. A e I , 4 1 , I, . A , 1' 1 ' Q w 1 ., mm, . J ei . .-.-A 1 f 'fqfe-fir 1 f is' ' 'O - .J Mm trol 'I'VE BEE WORKING OH THE RAILROAD" FIIMAIE "THE CAN CAT' "-'HUM' W W3 MUN" .uwlcz CAHCL PATSY nom. CARL Arm .mnv JL.:-E, jc-,Q-, 3,1--my-1 A ' ' 'i A UMW' mm PAP HAPPY nw' mum, rw. ph 9 may PAT mm 0 - 1' v ' I Av v ll ' A '.. - 1. A... 4 PT 'li . S'!3 ' . ? ' - - L .'CY, 'I ' Shlrley Rogers Manager Jan1ce Todd S ew paper SPONSOR Mrs V1rg1n1a Jackson FEATURE EDITORS Kathryn Nash Vlva Morton MUSIC EDITOR Luc111e Scott SPORTS EDITORS Vlctor Beasley Gene Stow Clavton Barnes Davld Dean ALUMNI AND EXCHANCE EDITOR Lucllle Scott TUV SHS PROADCAST rUBLISHZD WY TUE SEWTOR SEP RCTAHIAL PRAC IC CLASS ASHISTA'T FJTTOR Clayton Parnes SOCIETY EDITORS Karthena ry Shlrlev Rogers ART EDTTUR June Luce E's EDITORS Pat Purdy V1rg1nJa VstcIW Vlva orton BYSTWFSS AND ADV DTISI F MIAP R Janlce Todd TUV SHS PPOADCAST TQ A MWTP R OF TWV TJTFRSCWOLAS TTC PRVZSS ASSOf'TA'f'T'UN AWD T CHILL AVD SCROLL Paper Staff Uutt1n9 Out paver gT'OY'rQf5T'S d1LOF Vlrglhla . . h - ' I , ' f . . 7 . N' 7' ,.', .' l, Al a.A, 1 lr E L... . , A ,L L ,L -, fi .T.AY'. I , r I.A x '., 4 I . - F ,, .,L .. , H .. up X T E . A" " H ' . . . . .vw V 4 F 'V rv-X Q- L T L X ' QV' L .. K ,- eq T t Nkf Fl. . . . X. xx L - . S R. 7 . 5 XR ' Y '. i,- ' kxxx xffyi-I I X A .'h,-, -M-K 51 A I . 1 . I 1 1 , ,f 'W U A 1 X I ,dfzmzizr A mwah. Pack Row Mr and Mrs Jackson Commercial Classes 'IHJ'U1Y12 Lab Qpcretarlal Pr r-tlce yr' rn L Year Tvmng H 'ookkeep ng Gene 21 D' 5,4 The ie P L cil li e 1 ure 9 L ore QIV' ol. l fc, V+-LC ovr mel! 'nrovi' u it iei+er tudent terf 1 atterf Jertivi ing i w chore 'cu the CO11Cl so r orel variol i e o J lor rivr reco U1 the C llect Q cred, 1 en col J Q D wrderbr' ittercc f+:1te onwentior ,mcil Arch lL is ouri Q' U ent C"l.JEI" P t Eur C' 5+o lie J D a 1 rto V1 l ett 1 c ..o.., ,.oocrt"Jn Dir d l o L Joi c 'bras O A e c .Q ore s W eine Brazeale res do + 'TL1Cl' rv Dreslfeio, 22, Q er S o s r Salute to the Flag Each school day morning t nine o'clock two high Scyool glrl biglers from the Corps ,lay WTO the Co su the American Flag 's h lated into position at the top of the flag pole. "'wo high school boys serve his detail which requires raising the flag in the morn- ing and retreat at the end of the school day This ceremony which our entire school b- serves Qyfhcing the soutk ind standing an attention was in- augurated during the l9h7-ho school year. Leland Erickson who was our social science instructor that year and also sponsor of the high school student council i - augurated this ceremony as a student council project is a very fitting and appro- priate flag ceremony and is a fine American way to begin each school day tl tl tl Q3 . I Stpc nt oo.n 'i war estab 'sh F t. 5 ,x L1 2 en ge'ic any ure'uL co- cycritien on the part of riwfntf ir: f:'Tt:'5-Cu:'rLc'.1lf11' affairs, and tc fwrcn r paso' Lyahiii L: Cor, 'H lxyuf: if fchnsl ' qvpcnt, thi'f1' L '.Lng an Qjor-' t'n' y for gr '.i Y ' H N in ,St 'n m . j f'n- I to their 7 'Q . This 3 .' 'nz il has ., 5.5L yi ' 1 r 5 l . to prov J m new ' pa no- g 72h rdf S ' A r - o ion. A "T'.':irtv '.'.'1e':" w'r SHOES' also a st1d .t 'rt s'rtew. Ir. Forkcr, Pat Fur 7, llleine Erezeale, ani WSE ", - uf' 1 .E 1 the .. C ' ' . of I rl 1 CT1 ' 5, T11 ' A- 4 ilflff 12: fob Yorif :b1':.j Co-, eldest, JC: he ,rf 'C - tzrj' :gd Trceswi- Jr, at Eldon, IV.: A.11-'. P V 1 pw, 55-56. 1 U. u - -'i :L H21-if IF. Dark 5 neo The .t Li, H ' :lui S are: 1 . S7 ' 3-ne o w ' Til ' 0 irhm n i'llf To 'n M - , . -W Jay nee: V Toward iced , ' , . . . , x l Ja 3 'riil A , e Q' 3' ' . , ' ' . , l HTLU KITLB' Cf? 'H' Dr: , c ' - Ant" 'et' ' t -1 :gud wi mhffms Ct" TIC-in 'nd l 1111 firilic 33" M5 ' u ' , 1 1 o K if!!! . 2 1 'N X . . X o ,f ' 4- ,, X f Dr. Y , n . It . Left Color Can a Viva Horton Right Flag Be rw Shirley Kaislex Pat Purdy Head 'hurler The Drum and Bugle Corps o! Stratford High has been a very important part of the special interests of school This corps was organized in March, 19111 under the sponsorship of Talets Gardner Joyce Gregg CCrouchD was the first majorette This year, 19514 55, the club has had a very suc oessful year with Miss Margaret Ann Page as spon sor New unifonns pur chased in 1952 53 and new bugles purchased in 1953 54+ have given the corps an Drum And Bugle Corp Luc lle Scoti Majorette Janice Todd, Janette Page Donna Brake Carol Bodenhamer Front Ra-1 June Luce, Ross Carolyn Stow, Glenda Dye Shirley Mulanax, Grace Boyer Karthena Fry Judy Davolt, Pat Foley, Iola Hillman Carol Argle, Laura Dennis Jean Popejay Back Row Sue Wood Virginia Inmley, Yvonne Horton Betsy Jo Lane Alleine Brazeale Sue qankins, Gay Dean Iena H-ulanax Judy Smith Deanna Kennell, Mary Doolittle Charlotte Kensinger Left Flag Bearer, Kathryn Nash Right Color Guard, Wilma Angle Billle Jo Dishman Assistant Hajorette appearance of distinctmn The parades in Spring field in which the corps has marched during 19514 55 were as follows Labor Dey tied for 2nd place. Dairy Day lst place, Christmas parade 3rd place One of the highlights of the annual Stratford Lions Club picnic was the march ing of the Drum and Bugle Corps The corps hu marched at nearly all of the home basketball games Lucille Scott has been the lajorette of 1954+ 55 N : a xr, zz - 'K f i . 4? left to Right: Twirlers, ' - . Mrs. E . - . v v 5 n . f illl Clarnnet Janette Page, Vvonnt 'cr o wno, 1t f C b 0 olt, Jo ce Comstock, Laura Dcnnls, ' J ol c food, laynono Wo Jmlla K r'u , acelyn Sch cl, llen Enter, 5 rl fTlCC, ar 1 RlChl.dS, Jean Ponegoy, Carolyn Schult , Charlotte cn lW e , Oboe Carol Davolt Flute Alle1ne ri eale, Hancv Qouenhaner Corone and Trw wet Donna Brake, Dat Bun rncr, Clenda Dye, Loren ntcr, .rv Trombone V111 Wood ra s Sue a. Urxn ary llcn Doolvttle, Luc lle Scott, Bob Vorderbru , Carol ln le lO1lH TDCf Doolwttle Director KlSS Page Mu IC Department 1 st v1ol1ns lllma Angle, Mary Doollttle, Yvonne orton 2 nd V1ol1n Shlrley Tropdon, V1rg1n1a Lumley, Roger Greenl w, Roselle Holden Vlola Lucllle Scott Cello Judy Smlth Clarlnets Patsy Glbson, Janette Paye, :etsy Jo Lane, Joyce Comstock, Judy D volt Oboe Carol Davolt lutes Nancy Bodenhamer, Allelne Brazeale French Horn Sue Hanklns lru oets Donna Brake, Pat Bumgarner, Glenda dye DlaHO Laura Dennls B ss Xlolln Nancy Doollttle Bass Dru Charlotte f9WS1Hg6T Snare Dr ms Bob Vorderbrug, Carol Angle Bell Lyre Dat Foley DlF6CtOP M ss Page Urche tra - v , , .-,X 1. . 9 4. 'Q . ,7 ..,g. ..., : V - I .. 1,.1, Xeosy In .C S, l.s r. J. W . - ' ' , .. ,-- L3 . " C7 ' , .-. Q v Lats' A let, cu H . .XM . V L., tl Ann , , w U . , , , 7 U. ,LT . l . D .fxl . .J A J U I .nl - L J te 133 , L be a in .'l . z n S .jrr : C . A ' : - 3 7- 1 -L ' on .. .J :S U A . Q u '...l Z A WH N . , ' . . qga . - - f Jl H. ln ness. N . J . vv ,, ,- , , 1- , T ' ' B S : 1 .LlHS. 1 ... nf A . - ' 1 .,. . Q rv' ' , -1 . ' 4. ' , r' . U 4 5 . uses J. . L, -- . . D V. . . W. . , . . 0 . . , . L , . . . . . , . , . , J C- 1 o u . . . . . . . . . . , 'a . : . : ' : A N . : . m . . . 1, : . . : 1 . A ,. . . A , . 1.1 I 0 2 L A . : . ' : . . : L 0,-Pmnnhmhn 'f5elQ5"Qf5f5f'wr1 qnlfl A -K- Q How l Judy Snith, Carol Lawson, Glenda Dye, Carol Payne, Barber? icoft, Carol fncle, Tonna Trake, Carol Eodenhamer, Pat Purdy, Rose Carolyn Stow, June Luce, Zillie Jo Diehman, Wetsy Lane, Laure Dennis, Shirley Kaisler, Kathryn Nash. Row ? Alice "N' est, Vircinia Iumley, Charlotte Kensinger, Frances Smith, Feverly Scott, Louise Eebout, Nancy Ioolittle, Werbar: Richnrds, Gay Dean, Sondra Canobell, Virrinia Estell, Florence Taro, Yvonne Vorton. Wary Ellen Doolittle, Shirley Burr, Shirley Tulnnax, Sue Fone. Row f Carolyn Allen, Deanna Kennell, Jean Poneioy, Sue HanVins, Eonnie Coho, Urfron Voeeen. Norma Fean, Llleine Qraveale, Carlene Yorton, Viva Torton, Lucille Scott, J'n'ce Tooi, Judy Eavolt, Rosalie Holeen, Joyce Coreto:V, Grace Eoyer. Row L ?at Foley, Frei- inoot, Tnry Tontzomery, James Goble, Junior foon, Jerry Gilleenie, Fahey Hackett, Janes Stov, Farvin Ears, Carl Jones, Martin Volf, Reyrond Honner, Silly Clouse, Glen HcNeeee, Jon Cillesnie, Janette 'nce. Shirley Snow. Row f Verha Scott, Shirley Trovdon, Jinrf firmer, Gene HecVe't, J:cVie wal?er, ?4Hie Folet, Jin ?on1ee::, not Vorierhrug, Jinwy Tirohy, Joe Ion jllen, Henry Jackson, Eobtj Coble, Cecil Snow, Ronnie Neffard, Iola hillenan. Hohertn Teak. Glee Club '70 ily 3 J ,lpgg een!" X , 2 '. Glee Club Q , km .ni K Lucllle Scott Jan Food Preparatlon IQL A Mrs Alexander J8H1P9 Todd rlttlng Pattern ! lee Todd ll llI'9 Kathr'n Nash Fem Line Rose Ctow lsklng fdV1CG ,Af Shlrley Kalsler Pose Stow Ironlng F1HlSH6O Product Sewl Wilma Angle ng i Homemaker Sh 1 S lr ey neu Clean up Group 58St1I'1ff hui Freda Smoot Per lng Preakldst 15 Served Bonnle Cobb Iola nllleman Gay Dean Preparlng For COOklFE Conteqt Tbat Flnal Tguch ,l'3-Qi X ' X I M ' 1 ' 2 3 X N xfv, xw 'Q x ,K 1 . , 9 X- ' ' Q f fx - vf, X , xx 'A 4 1 ' H --. .rf J J A' ' N -'sb 'Y' 1 S AEE 1 1 i ' 1 S K X NJ! 'I -, V . - , R I r at .- vu . .A M - , Var ity Cheerleader Left to Rlght Lucllle cott Carol Bodenhamer, Judy Davolt Judy Smith Blllle Jo Dishman Gay Dean HJARSITY TEAM 1N LCTIONv Cheerleader Left to Rignt Shlrley Mulanax, Pat Foley, Glerd Dye HPOS D' 'IN ACTIONH Leif, to Plfr-13 Leloy H1.. U, 'DcqrlW ff' ar, ObG1t.auI1, "cum'd Cnalu O""ll9 o cg lc. e 1 Ol'uO'1, :Que 1a...l dLIT1.""" .,,, o, buj .. LQ, H LHC , A Industrial .4 1 F11 + If -C I CC1 6 'HN X W .. ' 3 V A 'Liga A TIa'.'L1' u1'l,0::, 6.11 Il 15:9 R ' 'A Qi ' ' g.,ii:, T: -Q ' EZ lit., Y' fc' 'o ice "J ext, 'fix'- '1 'Q L . " 'I Wzizzs, 'i U., iilllfxlf' fddic olcgf, V 'I ': "aQLic1' uccil Skov: I , W 5 uv. 1-ng.,-11 1 f " 4-rl ' ffk' P D ,A -- L H1'.L' fmt Ott? . :x,c',' . ...A T 'Mecharucal Dr'1wJ.n ', le t table, Jyn r'd"11SQ m , Lcro rt, Dml Dean, 1' K c , 01' 'orcerbru awlc Q rw 113 table, Clayton Earrcs, Jac 19 alxer, Dearll Dlshmn , Cecll Snow Jcldle Voley YS rfmlc C" '1 C .J U i 'N- "US1nB The Shaper' "Industr al Arts I Stzu 'or" MP: IV1-U MCGOG 1' Tvm T'cGc-e -L K -ul iii ly ' Plva Breshears Clarence Bumgarner l f5iv 'wi ,,.,- -...P Roma Fetterhoff Russell Klng Jack McDowell Ivln McGee -10' 3 Douglas Potter Schoo1's ov fer the dev .J Charles Schwab q druvgrg F9157 to vo H? Hr Rogers " School Janltor ns.-H' Cu todmn o 'W lr Rogers Collecting Bottles Rex Potter Jim MuI'0l'1 Cleamrwp up after school Bus D1 1ver's .ll ,- Alld Q x , '11 v f , ' Q R x za -- I s . K 9 ' 1 " . fl y Q 'X - K 1 .. A lf -5 . f 'x Agrrculture Geometry Scrence Errglrsh Speech -3 HEEIME BUEED THANK YDU UNLIMITED MPH Q X + iii Nw XXX . U if Ka Q N fi .wfws1rlH M95 Q ' F is Q Y 5 yi I M N ah i A 0 I Q. j Ch , l V:-3 if 4 s'- -: h A 'rr I 4 I ala. Q, 'E -L 1 i Q , 124, hx -. -s. i Q 1 .ll ll I L.. P Front ow len McNeese Leroy Hunt Jlmmy Turner el LI JISHH n Jlm EQmlSSOH Zoo Vo verb u Davlo Jean ene Chow VlCLOF Beasley, Hrwarc leer Back Row Vr Dugan, Junlor Moon nluen snow ELmer Jcott Cl yton 5 rnes B1Il Cobb ene iackett, C rl Jones Eonnle V1 gdru LEFT FIELD LEROY WUNT CENTER IELD JIMMY TURNER SECOND BASE DAVID DEAN RIGQT FIELD GENE HACKETT SWURTSTOP BOB VORDERBRUG THIRD BASE FIiST BAJE JICTOR BEASLEY JIJ EDMIJSON PITCHER GENE STOW CATCHER DEAHLL DISH AN COACH L.H. DUCAN 47.1 TQIRD PLACE G C.L. TOURNAMENT "B' lean rrowt lor u c FE 0, o '1 lt cott cy, A "llc, 11 Aa 1' dO Lu, P ea lej Athletlc Banquet OIY1 ln C St rafi' ' Your-ney 1 N1 S - if gud" Indie 8: Karthena H Vlva A 'ihlma ga otol A OSS I' 'Si' Senlg Chnstmaa Party :rf F 1 we 3 oemor Party 'I 15 4 Kathryn Nasty 'lo BUNK Q I Leroy, Jim Mr Ghan ucllle Jlm, 8: Vick George J ene SL Bob W J' ii X fa f CE-Ros jector Manager Q W Lf 1' oley V1 am' ll pf Pat Shlrl-GY' J 811109 nryn Rose., F iva 8: '5 019 Senlor 8.11 2 slumber party Marchlng 1n J .,ssv"!5" G enda Robert and Bestb' M155 Page Mary Ca,o1 D nap hot may A k X Glenda M15 Pape -u 'zu Junlor F1e1d Tr1p boy cg 4'5- Nood U50 Hen A ...K Elllle Jc M155 Fa olA Elmer Scott v Donna 8' OFES IVISS P35 wit Bob and Jerry and Pedal Q ,mls m .5 X ,Off v""'g 1 enda 8: Joyce Gene Hacket' E Qtr U Aw? , ,RWM 42311 Jogvfi anew' ff IJ 'v 911119 Jo"Q gl- Q-M1 Springfn.e1d's Labor Day Parade 394 Na! V Drum Corp Party, January 21, 1955' DEAD END


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