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Woolf Glen Yates 2 The it the and and who pec sac Q O staff of the 1946 Turnerite feel that is an honor and a pleasure to assemble material for this Memorial Edition respectfully dedicate it to the men women from this school and community have served in World War II and es- ially to those who made the supreme rifice. 3 qw "FIU", ' l rr rr-i:"'rf x i ' RJ kr: ACKNOWLEDGMENT We are grateful to the relatives and friends of men and women of the Armed Forces, who have so kindly as- sisted in offering pictures and datag to the advertisers who have so will- ingly contributed in a financial man- nerg and to all others who have as- sisted in making this edition of the Turnerite possible. If we have failed to include any service man or woman, we deeply regret it. We have used every means possible to make this record complete. 4 n ' qs' 5 5, F, ABBOTT' Charles R. Class of '34 Fireman Charles R. Abbott is serving in Mer- chant Marine in the South Pacific and Atlantic. ABBOTT' Herman R. Class of '23 M. M. 3fc Herman R. Abbott served inSouth Paci- fic. Reported missing February 14. 1943. Declared dead December 10. 1945. ABBOT, john 0. Class of '23 Sgt. Major john 0. Abbott is serving with the United States Marines Station in Honolulu. ABBOTT Ruby Civ' of '39 Sgf, Ruby Abbott is serving in the Army Air Force, stationed at Eglin Field, Florida. ABBOTT, Stephen A. Class of '39 E.M.3fc Stephen A. Abbott served withUnited States Navy in South Pacific 13 months. Discharged JBUUIYY 15. 1946 ACKERMAN. Ffld Class of '36 A. M. M. 1fc Fred Ackerman entered Air Corps on November 13, 1942: basic training at Chicago, fur- ther training at Ottumva, Iowa, Norman, Okla. and Alemeda, Calif. Was with Fleet Air Wing No. 3, Head Squadron. Discharged Nov. 15, 1945. ACKERMAN. Kenneth Class of '41 Sp. Tr. 2fc Kenneth Ackerman entered United States Coast Guard Nov. 2, 1942. Basic training at Manhattan Beach. Further training at Port Huron, Mich., and Alpena, Mich. Went overseas Dec. 1944. to New Guinea on U. S. S. Charlottesville. Served on Lqyte and Luzon. Now stationed in Philippines. ACTON William J. Class of '40 cpl. William J. Acton Entered Army Aug. 5, 1942. Basic training at Pueblo, Colo. Went overseas May, 1943. Served in the E.T.0. 31 months. Was a- warded Good Conduct Medal, Bronze Star, and Unit Citation Badge. Discharged Nov. 17. 1945. ADER, Oran B. Class of '45 Pvt. Oran B. Ader entered Army in June, 19, 45. Basic training at Camp Fannin, Texas. Went to Camp Pickett for re-assignment. Went to Camp Shsrik on Dec. 4, 1945, where he boarded a ship to Naples, Italy. Arrived there on Dec. 14, 1945. Sent on to Florence, Italy, where he is now an M.P. taking prisoners of war to Germany for triaL ALVEY, Harold Dean Class of '23 S.F.1fc Harold Dean Alvey entered Navy Nay 5, 1942. Basic training at Great Lakes Naval Training Station. Served there until sent overseasin March, 1944. Served overseas until Nov., 1945. Discharged NUV- 9. 1945- 5 gp- AQUW .tid 9 , Q: .QU in 7 HK , 16" gt. ' NY idk egiii V7 With-Q., mug. 'Qui 1 ALVEY, Lloyd George Class of '40 Lt. fj.g.j Lloyd George Alvey entered Navy Air Cvrns April 4. 1942- Training at Corpus Christi. Served ten months war-time duty overseas, then 3 months states side duty as an instructor. At pres- ent on active duty based in Philippine Islands. BAIN, Harlan Class of '38 Tf3 Harlan Bain entered Army july 29, 1942. Basic training at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. Served 26 months in Asiatic and Pacific Theaters. Awarded Good Conduct Medal, Bronze Star, and Combat Medical Badge. Discharged Dec. 12, 1945. BAIN, Helen A. Class of '40 Sgt. Helen A.Bain entered Army August 23. 1944. Basic training at Fort Des Moines, Iowa. Awarded Good Conduct Medal. Now stationed at Fort George G. Meade, Maryland. BAIN, Homer R. Class of '34 Cpl. Homen R. Bain entered Army April 4, 1944. Basic training at Camp Roberts, Calif. Served 12 months Asiatic and Pacific Theaters, Awarded Good Conduct Medal. Discharged Jan. 22, 1945. BAIN Horace R. Class of '35 Pfc. Horace R. Bain entered Army January 9 1945. Basic training at Camp Roberts, Calif. Served R months Asiatic and Pacific Theaters. Awarded Good Conduct Medal. Discharged january 13, 1945. BAIN' Howard G. Class of '29 Lf- si-E-Q Howard G. Bain commissioned Lt. gj.g.g ay 25, 1943. Schooling and training at t.Sc uyler, N. Y. Served in European Theater. Promoted to Lt. Nov. 1944. Now stationed aboard U.S.S. Greyhound, Bremerton, Washington. BALDRIDGE' William A. Class of '44 Pvt. William A. Baldridge entered Army March 3, 1943. Basic training at Camp Roberts and further training at Camp San Luis, Obispo, Calif. Station- ed in Hawaiian Is. for 4 months and then went to New Guinea, where he died in Sept. of 1944, as a result of a tropical fever. Memorial services were held Nov. 5, 1944, Stony Point Christian Church. BATH, Charles W. Class of '42 S.M. 2fc U. S. N. entered Navy December 10, 1942. Basic training at Great Lakes Naval Training Station. Served on Collis P. Huntington and Cyrus H. McCormick, in the Atlantic Theater, Terre Haute and U.S.S. L.C,I. 999 in the Pacific Theater. A- warded Good Conduct Medal and Star for Normandy Invasion. BEASLEY William O. Class of '28 Lt. william O, Beasley. Merchant Mhrine to Eng- land. A.T,S, South Pacific, August, 1943. Training at Sheepslmad Bay, and Fort Mason fFriscoj BECK' Elvin B. Class of '39 Third Engineer Elvin B. Beck entered Merchant Marine April 13, 1943. Basic training at Sheeps- head Bay, New York. Commissioned 3rd. Engineer july' 1945. Served in the Pacific Area. 6 BELT' Everett W. . Class of '35 C.M.3jc Everett W. Belt entered Navy April 15, 1942. Basic training at Naval Training Center. San Diego, Calif. Served 33 months in ship repair at Treasure Island, Calif., and six months in ship repair atSan Diego, Calif, Discharged at San Pedro Separation Center on Oct. 16, 1945. BEIHKRD, Robert J, Class of '42 Tf5 Robert J. Bethard entered Army April 26, 1943. Basic training at New Orleans, La. A.S.T.P. Engineering course at La. State Univ. Served in European Theater 15 months. Landed in Normandy in- vasion on D-Day. Received Campaign Stars for Nor- mandy, Northern France, and Rhineland, one Belgian Citationand Meritorious Service Wreath. DisChlf8Gd Dec. 24. 1945. BERRY, Leo Erwin Class of '41 SfSgt. Leo Ervin Berry entered Army August 13, 1944- Basic training at Fort Monmouth, N. J. Went overseas and spent 18 months in New Delhi, India. Awarded Sharp Shooter and Carbine Medals. Will be discharged on june 30. 1946 BERRY, Robert Glynn Class of '45 F. 1fC entered Navy on june 28' 1944, Blgic training at Great Lakes, Ill. Further training at O. C. S. School inNorfolk, Va.Awarded Bronze Star for part in the Major Battle on Okinawa. Now in Tsingtos, China. Will be discharged on June 30, 1946- BOYD, Dale W. Dale W.Boyd entered Signal Training Corps Aug., 1941- Basic training at Miami Beach, Fla. Further training at Camp Murphy, Fla., Boca Raton, Fla., Chanute Field, Ill., Tangely Fld., Va., Chico, Calif., Seattle, Wash. and Clovis Army Air Base in New Mexico. On way home with discharge. BREEDLOVE, James R- F.1fc james R. fjack, Breedlove entered Navy May 8. 1944. Basic training at Farragut, Idaho. Further training at Treasure Is., Calif. Served in South Pacific Theater on U.S.S. Hugh W. Hadley. Killed inaction May 11, 1945. Purple Heart Awarded posthumously to mother on Sept. 1, 1941 BROOKS, Wilson C. Class of '33 Torpedoman 2fc Wilson C. Brooks entered Navy in 1941. Served on U.S.S. Fletcher and The Gilmore. Discharged September, 1945. BROWN, Louis Class of '41 A.N.M. 3fc Louis Brown entered Navy january 11, 1943. Basic training at Great Lakes, Ill. Further training at Navy Pier from April to October, 1943. BRQWN, Robert L. Class of '41 Chief Petty Officer Robert L. Brown entered the Maritime Service june 3, 1942. Served 32 months in both Atlantic and Pacific Theaters. Discharged in October, 1945. BROWN, Wallace Class of '43 R.M. 3fc Wallace Brown entered Navy on guly S, 1943, Basic training at Farragut, Idaho. urther training at Radio School at Moscow, Idaho and Fort Blakely, Washington. 7 new ,W, W, 1' . K4 lzlfx v I Q ' 3 5 f N R. IIN BUCHANAN, Vernon Edward Class of '40 M.M. 1fc Vernon Edward Buchanan entered Navy on july 9, 1940. Basic training at Great Lakes, Ill. Stationed at Pearl Harbor on Cruiser Boisie, until 1941, then on a minesweeper. In April, 1942, on battle lines. Captured with General Wainwright by Japs on May 6, 1942. In Prison Camp 10-a until December 14, 1944, when he lost his life. CLEAVER' Gerald Wayne , S1fc Gerald Wayne Cleaver volunteered May 1941. He had boot training at Vallejo, Calif, Went to Pearl Harbor in March 1942. Assigned to U,S.S. Helena, which was sunk in Kula Gulf. He was in 13 major engagements, 3 land bombardments. Lost in action july 6, 1943. Officially proclaimed dead, Aus-:sf xo. 1945. CAMPBELL, James Alvin Class of '45 S 1fc james Alvin Campbell enlisted inNavy June ,30fh, 1944. Received Basic training atGreat Lakes, Ill. Served in the Atlantic, and is now serving in the Pacific. CLARK, Charles K. Class of '37 Sgt. Charles K. Clark entered Army on September 23, 1942. Basic training at Ft. Belvoir, Va. Went overseas jan. 13, 1943. Served with the 754th Rail- way Shop Bn in Persian Gulf Command at Tehefgn, Iran. Returned to the States August 5, 1945, Dis. charged Oct. 30, 1945, at Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas. CLARK, John W. Class of '42 Pfc. john W. Clark entered Marine Corps on Aug. 11, 1943. Basic training at San Diego, Calif. Fur- ther trainingat Aviation Metalsmith School in Nor- man Okla. Went overseas toPhi1ippines May 1, 1945. Now stationed at EWA Oahu, Territory of Hawaii. COLAS, Robert R. Class of '4 Sgt. Robert R. Colas entered the Army on Marc 3, 1944. Basic training at Camp Crowder, Mo. Fur- ther training at OCS Camp at Reynolds, Pa. Commis- sioned T. Sgt. Jan. 1, 1946. Served in Aleutians on Island Themya since October. 1944. To be re- leased in june, 1945. 3 h CQLEMAN, Herman Class of '30 Pfc. Herman Coleman entered Army November 6, 1943. Basic training at Fort Riley, Kansas, Went overseas July, 1944. Served with the Third Army in two major battles. Killed on April 18, 1945, in Germany. CONVERSE, Bill H. A.C.M. Bill H. Converse entered Navy in July, 1941. Basic training at Great Lakes, Ill. Further training at Pensacola, Fla., and San Diego, Calif. State-side duty two years and overseas duty at Pearl Harbor nineteen months. COOK, Clyde L. Class of '45 Pvt. Clyde L, Cook entered the Army on Oct., 1945. Completed basic training in Feb., 1946, at Fort Bliss, Texas. Now on furlough enroute to Fort Ord, CaliL COOK' Frank L. Pfc. Frank L. Cook,entered Army on Sept. 15, 1944. Completed basic training at Camp Robinson, Ark., Jan. 1945. Arrived overseas in Feb., 1945. Fought with British Army in Holland, then joined the Ninth Army in France. Wounded in Germany on April 6, 1945 Was in the hospital overseas for 3 months. Returned to States in June, 1945. Is now stationed at Camp Swift, Texas. B COPENHAVER, William Eugene Class of '45 Pvt. William Eugene Copenhaver entered Army on May 23, 1945. Basic training at Camp Walters, Texas. Now serving with Occupational Army in Ger- many. CRAIG' James H. CII!! of 'Q0 Signalman 1fc James H. Craig entered Navy in Oct., 1940. Went to Signal School and then served in South Pacific. Served 18 months on duty at Pan- ama Canal. Now apatient in Naval Hospital at Jack- sonville, Florida. CRANE' Frederick D. Class of '35 1at Lt. Frederick D. Crane entered Cadet train- ing April, 1943, at Kelly Field. Served in ETO. A- warded Good Conduct Medal, ETO Ribbon with two Bronze Stars, and the Air Medal with 5 Oak-Leaf Clusters. Re-enlisted until June, 1947. CRETEN' Arthur jr. Class of '39 Pfc. Arthur Creten entered Army on November 27, Basic training atCamp Hood, Texas. Received Battle Star in the Battle of the Bulge. Transferred as dispatcher for 4458 Car and Truck Company in Ger- many. Now is transferring to Austria. CRUM, Robert V. Class of '42 Lt. Robert V.Crum entered Army on May 21, 1943, at Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas. Basic training with Armored Forces at Ft. Knox, Ky. Further training at Washington Univ. in St. Louis. Radar observer at Victorville, Calif., on Jan. 20, 1945. Dis- charged at Scott Fld., Ill., on Dec. 21, 1945. CRUMMETT C. Eldon Class of '37 Sgt. C. Elden Crummett entered Army in Aug., 1943. Basic training at Ft. Bliss, Texas. Served with 124nd A.A.F. Gun Battalion inArdennes, Rhine- land, and Central European Campaigns. Awarded Good Conduct Medal, E T.o. Ribbonswith3 Battle Stars, and American Theater ribbon. Promoted to Sgt. on Jin- L 1946 CRUIP, Melvin C.C,M. Melvin Crump entered Navy Seabees on Dec. 14. 1942. Basic training at Providence, Rhode Island. Landed in the South Pacific on July, 1943, Discharged Oct. 2, 1945. CURTH, Charlie Class of '40 Cpl. Charlie Curth entered Army on Sept. lL 1944. Basic training atCamp Hood, Texas. Stationed at Camp Hood for 14 months. Received the Good Con- duch Medal and Expert Infantry Badge. Discharged on Nov. 3, 1945. DANIEL' Thomas Bruce Class of '44 Pvt. Thomas Bruce Daniel entered Army Feb. 15, 1945 at Leavenworth. Basic training Keesler Fld., Miss. Army Air Corps Cadet. Stationed at Minter Fld., Ill. Discharged Oct. 30, 1945 at Chanute Fld. Air Cadet Surplus. Re-enlisted in Army Air Corps Reserve. DAUGHERTY, James A- Class of '44 Tf5 James A. Daugherty entered Army Aug. 14, 1944. Received basic training at Ft. McQuellan, Ala. Went overseas Feb. 6, 1945. Was stationed ln Italy 5 months. He is now stationed in Austria. 9 in S- EF'- f' W, a 1 , , Y 3 i ff wi -!:::P.ijf ' va TiVo' 4 ig,m,.,! star if v.M,, . g,m Q A A . Q fly I1 ' lk.. 5 , Q. -fs Jaw .li ..Mea DAVIS, CBFT V Class of '44 Cpl. Carl V. Davis entered Army July 17, 1944. BBliC tfHihihE at Ft. Riley, Kansas. Served in the C.B.I. Theater nine months. Now serving in the 330th Engineers in India. DAVIS, Creed Class of -33 Sgt. Davis enlisted in Army Air Corps in 1942. His Basic Training was at San Antonio, Texas. He graduated from Radio and Gunnery Schools in Ft. Scott, Ill. Then was an instructor in Ft. Myers, Fla. He is now in San Marcos, Texas. DAVIS, Goble E. Junior 1941 Sgt. Davis was inducted March 25, 1943. He had his basic training at Camp Blanding Fla. He has served in the 263 infantry since Nov., 1944. He is now in France. ne FRIES, Virgil L. Class of '42 Cpl. Virgil L. DeFries entered Marines Aug. 20, 1943. Received basic training atMarine Corps Base, San Diego, Calif. Served withFirst Marine Air Wing in Consolidation of Solomon Is, Discharged Feb. 1, 1946- DeWEESE, Melvin Class of '45 Pvt. Melvin DeWeese entered Army June 29, 1945, basic training at Fort Knox, Ky. Now serving in Occupational Army in Germany. DOBBS, JBMES Class of '44 F 1fc james Dobbs enlisted in the Navy Feb. 17, 1945. Basic training at Great Lakes. Went overseas Sept., 1945. Stationed in the Philippines. DOMINGUEZ, Louis Cpl. Louis Dominguez entered Army on Aug. 28, 1944. Basie training at Camp Fort, McClellan, Ala. Served in Scotland, England, France, Belgium, Hol- land and Germany. Killed in action in Germany on March 31, 1945. Parents awarded Purple Heart pos- thumously. EVERHART, Duane E. Sgt. Duane E. Everhart entered Army on Sept. 21, 1943. Went overseas March 22, 1944. Awarded Five Campaign Stars for Normandy, N. France, Rhine- land, Ardennes, and Central Europe. Awarded Combat Inf. Badge, Purple Heart with 2 Oak Leaf Clusters, Bronze Star, Distinguished UnitBadge, Good Conduct Medal, and ETO Ribbon. Discharged Oct. 4, 1945. Fg15Lgy, John R. Class of '39 Cpl. john R. Feisley entered Army on Dec. 29, 1943. Basic training at Camp Pendelton, San Diego, Calif. Served in Pacific Theater with Marine Am- phibious tank battalion. Was inthe battles of Sai- pan, Tinian, and Iwo Jima. He was awarded the Presidential Unit Citation and Navy Unit Citation. Discharged Nov. 24. 1945. FEISS' Gertrude E. Class of -41 ' Pvt. Gertrude E. Feiss enlisted in the W.A.C. Feb. 13, 1943. Basic training at Ft. Des Moines, Iowa. Served at Cavalry Replacement Training Cen- ter, Ft. Riley, Kansas. Discharged Jan. 12, 1944. IO 6 FOLLIN, E1me'r W. Class of -42 lst Lt. Elmer W. Follin entered Army Air Corps June 27, 1944. Served 11 months overseas with 90th Bomb GFOUP. Sth Air Force. Missions in Asiatic Pacific Theater. Awarded the Air Medal with 3 Oak Leaf Clusters, 5 Bronze Campaign Stars to Asiatic Pacific Theater Ribbon, Philippine Liberation Medal with Bronze Star. FOSTER, Ralph Eugene Class Of '46 S 1fc Ralph Eugene Foster entered the Navy the 25th of Jan., 1944. Basic training at Farragut, Idaho, Left for overseas on May 20, 1944 an Air- craft Carrier, Bismarck Sea. Lost his life Feb. 21, 1945 when his shipwwas sunk. Purple Heart a- warded posthumously to his mother. FINKEMEIR' Theodore C. ' Class of '44 Pfc. Theodore C. Finkemeir entered service Nov. 27. 1944. Basic training at Camp Fannin, Texas. Went overseas April, 1945. Served in the ETO in the 100 Inf. Division. Now serving at Headquarters of Seventh U.S. Inf. Awarded Good Conduct Medal. GARCIA' Antonio Class of '45 S Qfc Antonio Garcia entered Navy June 30, 1945. Basic training atGreat Lakes, Ill. Stationed at Great Lakes and later moved to Shoemaker, Calif. GARRISON. Elmer Lloyd CMIQC U.S.N. -CB Elmer Lloyd Garrison entered Navy October 12. 1943, Basic training at Camp Perry, Va. Served in South Pacific Theater. Award- ed Asiatic Pacific Campaign Ribbon with one bat- tle star for Okinawa Campaign. Expert Marksman Ribbon. Discharged Dec, 9, 1945, Norman, Oklahoma. GxBBoNs, Samuel A. Class of '41 G, M, 2fc Samuel A, Gibbons ehtered Coast Guard Dec. 7, 1942. Basic training at Manhattan Beach, N. Y. Further training at Transportation School in Brooklyn, N. Y., and Gunnery School at St. Augus- tine, Fla. Received 3 Campaign Ribbons and Bronze Star, Liberation Bar, Good Conduct Medal for 3 years of service. Now stationed at Kana-Wan, Okla. GIER, Gene Class of '45 S gf: Gene Gier entered Navy August 14, 1945. Basic training at San Diego, Calif. Went overseas, Nov. 13, 1945. Served on Samor Is., Tonbabou Is. and is now stationed on Guam QILBERT, Glenn H. Class of '40 SK. lfc Glenn H. Gilbert entered the Navy March 10, 1941. Basic training at Great Lakes. Served in Atlantic Theater and Pacific Theater. Served on the USS Springfield QCL-667: Now serving in the Pacific Theater. Awarded Presidential Unit Cita- tion and Good Conduct Medal. GOSNEY' Charles Class of '45 Chief Cook Charles Gosney has served fourteen months in the Merchant Marines. He is overseas now. Expected to return soon. GRAY, Calvin W, Class of '39 Calvin W. Gray enlisted Nov., 1940, Training at Great Lakes, served aboard the U.5.S. Miss. as Yoeman c H s in 3 ma'or battles He was 1f . e wa 1 . chosen in 1943 for advanced training at Washburn Univ. later transferred to U. C. L. A. At present is stationed near Philadelphia as awarrant Officer. H 'T""'vl .J I I L . WIP!! GRAY, Donald L. Q Class of '34 C. M. ljc Donald Gray entered Navy on Dec. 23, 1942. Basic training atCamp Endicott, R, I. Served 28 months in South Pacific and discharged on Oct. 15. 1945. GREEN, Vernon Charles Class of '46 H.A. 1fc Vernon Charles Green entered Navy on Sept. 23. 1944. Basic training at Great Lakes, Ill. Stationed at San Diego, Calif., and Rancho, Santa Fe, New Mexico, where he is on the Hoppital Staff. GREENO, Bruce J. Class of '40 SfSgt. Bruce J. Greene entered the Army on March 26. 1942. Gunner in Eighth Air Force, Eur- opean Theatre of Operations. German Prisoner of War. Awarded Air Medal and Oak Leaf Clusters, and the Purple Heart. Discharged Nov, 1, 1945. GRINTER, Leonard L. S gfc Leonard L. Grinter entered the Navy Nov. 7. 1945-:Basic training at San Diego, Calif. No' at San Pedro. Calif. GUTHRIE' Robert E. Class of '41 Pfc. Robert Guthrie entered tl: Army Dec. 11, 1942. Basic training at Camp Sibert, Ala. Went overseas in April. 1944. Served in African and European Theaters. Received Purple Heart forwounds received in action October 1944. Killed in action March 2. 1945. HALL, Cleasa M.. Class of '41 Cadet Cleasa M. Hall entered U.S. Cade-t Nurse Corps March 1, 1944. Training at K.U. Hospitals, Kansas City, Kansas. To active floor duty April, 1944. Received cap in June, 1944. Withdrew with medical discharge on Oct. 1. 1944. HALL, Hubert Class of '39 1st Lt. Hubert Hall entered Army Air Corps in SUPP, 1943. Served in Burma and China. Awarded Air Medal and four Battle Stars. Discharged jan., 1946 HAIL, James L. Class of '43 Tf5 James L. Hall entered Army Septembef. 1943 Basic training at Camp Chaffee, Ark. Served in European Theater in 16th Armored Division. Now with Occupational Army in Germany. Awarded Good Conduct Medal, ETO Ribbon, and the Bronze Battle Star. HALBERT, Kenneth Leo Class of '40 SfSgt. Kenneth Leo Halbert entered Army Air Corps on Dec. 23, 1940. Basic training at Camp Robinson, Ark. Served in Pacific Campaign two years. Awarded Good Conduct Medal and Air Medal. Discharged Sept. 23, 1945. HALE' Herbert Alan Class of '41 Pfc. Herbert Alan Hale entered Army june 26. 1944. Basic. training at Camp Hood, Texas. Went overseas Janf 1, 1945. ,where he fought with Pat- ton's Third Army in European Theater. Awarded 3 battle stars, Expert Combat Infantryman's Badge, and Good Conduct Medal. Served in Occupational Army since V-E Day and is now awaiting shipment home. 12 HALE' Robert Lee Class of '35 Pfc. Robert Lee Hale entered Marine Corps on jan. 27, 1940. Went overseas to Philippines june 11, 1941. Was taken prisoner on Corregidor May 6, 1942. Lost his life on prisoner ship in Subic Bay OCY- 24' 1944- HALE, james C. Class of '35 Tfsst. james C. Hale entered Army on April 20, 1942. asic training at Fort Warren, Wyo. Served in the ETD with Ninth Army Ordinance. Discharged on DIC. 15. 1945. HALE, Walter M. M. 1fc Walter Hale entered Seabees Nov. 23, 1942. Basic training at Rhode Island. Served 11 months in the Aleutians and 16 months in the South Pacific. Discharged atNorman, Okla. Oct. 21, 1945. HARBOUR, Elmer H. Class of '45. S 1jc Elmer H. Harbour entered Navy June 15, 1945. Basic training gt Great Lakes, Ill. HARBOUR, john Rhinely Class of '40 Pfc. john Rhinely Harbour entered Army Aug. 28, 1942. Basic training at San Diego, Calif. Served ten months in Australia. Discharged Nov. 15, 1945. HANEY, Gerald Lee S 2fc Haney enlisted inthe Coast Guard April 3, 1943. He had six months sea duty, then he was sta- tioned at Seattle, Wash. on a fireboat. He was discharged April 1946. HARRIS, Robert Allen Class of '43 Pfc. Robert Allen entered Marines on June 23, 1943. Training at San Diego, Calif. Went overseas jan. 19, 1944. Served with the Sixth Division, 4th Marines, engaged inoperations in Emiresu Is. Guam, and Okinawa. Awarded Pres. Citation, Asiatic-Paci- fic Campaign Medal and Purple Heart. Died June 4, 1945, from wounds received in Okinawa. HARRIS, Floyd G., jr. Class of '37 Cox. Floyd G. Harris, Jr., entered Navy on june 30, 1944. Basic training at Great Lakes, Ill. Fur- ther training at A.T.B. Little Creek, Va. Served in Pacific Theater, Philippine Is. and Orient. Discharged on Nov. 19, 1945, from Norman, Okla. HARRIS, Louis James Class of '33 A.M. 31: Louis James Harris entered Navy on Feb, 5, 1945. Basic training at Naval Training Center, San Diego, Calif. Further training at A.Tf T.C., Norman, Okla. Now stationed atWaldron Field, Corpus Christi, Texas. HARRELL, Robert A. Class of '44 E. M. 31: Robert A. Harrell entered Navy on Jan. ll. 1944. Basic training at Farragut, Idaho. Served in Pacific one year. 13 .,, X. ,X 2-5'iLf771" ' ' A www '17 ww '15, 1 Qvfn-.a.r. HART, Edwin P. Class of '43 Pvt. Edwin P. Hart entered Army Ian. 20, 1945. Basic training at Camp Fannin, Texas. Went over- seas in Aug. 1945, In Manila, Luzon. HART, Russell Class of '45 Russell Hart entered the Merchant Marines in Feb. 1945. Basic training at Sheepshead Bay, N.Y. He has made one trip around the world. HATFIELD, Earl E., Jr. Class of '42 Pvt. Earl E. Hatfield, jr. entered Army on Jan. 11, 1943. Basic training at Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas. Further training at Camp Phillips, Ks. Discharged Narch 5, 1944, from Winter General Hospital, Topeka, Kansas. HATFIELD Wm- R- Class of '44 Pvt, Wm. R.Hatfield entered in Air Corps Re- serve Feb. 11, 1944. Ordered to active duty at Leavenworth, Kansas, on July 3, 1944, Discharged July 29, 1944. HAUS, Charles N. Class of '39 Lt. Charles N. Haus entered Navy Air Corps on Dec. 1, 1941. Basic training atK.C., Kansas Naval Air Base and New Orleans N.A.S. Further training at Pensacola, Fla. Attached tothe Atlantic fleet. serving inSouth Atlantic, N. African and European Theaters. - HAUS, Loren W. Class of '35 Lt. Commander Loren W. Haus entered active duty with the Navy in july, 1942. Served as Medi- cal officer in Atlantic and Pacific Theaters, participating in the North African Campaigns and in attack landings in the Pacific Area. I HAUK, Robert L. Class of '44 M. M. M. 3fc Robert L. Hauk entered Navy on Sept., 1944. Basic training at Farragut, Idaho. Further training at Port Hueneme, Calif. Went overseas in March, 1945, to Saipan, the Marianas where he is now stationed at a Naval Air Base. HAUK, john W., jr. Class of '43 Sgt. john W. Hauk, jr. entered Marines injuly. 1943, Basic training at San Diego. Saw action at Saipan, Tinian, and Okinawa. Awarded the Purple Heart ard Presidential Citation, Served on Occu- pational duty in Japan. Discharged Jan. 11, 1946. Re-enlisted same day for three years. HAYNES' Robert H, S 1fC Robert H. Haynes entered Navy on Nov. 4, 1944. Basic training at Great Lakes, Ill. Further training at Fart Pierce, Fla. Went overseas to Awiwiotak and Guam on A.K.A. 43-Valernia. Reas- signed toLST-557 in Dec., 1945. Shipped to Shang- hai, China. HAYNES. Douglas M., Ir. Class of '43 Cpl. Douglas M. Haynes, Jr. entered Army on july 6. 1943. Basic training atFort Leonard Wood, Mo. and Ft. Belvoir,.Va. Served inEuropean Theat- er. Awarded four Battle Stars, Good Conduct Rib- bon. Discharged jan. 17, 1945 14 HAYNES, Homer H. ' Class of '41 S.M. 2fc Homer H. Haynes entered Navy on june 29, 1943. Bash: training at Treasure Island, Calif. Served with 7th Naval Fleet in Pacific Theatre. Awarded three Battle Stars. Discharged Dec. 21, 1945, at Norman, Okla. HICKMAN, Donald R. Class of '44 S 2fc Donald R. Hickman entered Navy in July, 1945. Basic training at Camp Park, Calif. Served in Pacific Area and is now stationed at Guam. HIGGINS' Norman S. Class of '40 2nd Lt. Norman S. Higgins entered Marine Corps Reserve Aug. 13, 1942. Called to active duty july 1, 1943. Basic trainingat Paris Island. Officer's Training School at Quantico, Va. Instructor in 0CSat Quantico. Was stationed on the Wasp for sea duty when the war ended and received orders to report to Hastings, Nebr., where he is still on duty. HOOVER f Joe SfSgt. Joe Hoover entered the Army May 11, 1943. Basic training at Camp Walters Texas. Fur- ther training at Camp San Luis Obispo, Calif., and Camp Cooke Calif. Served in Germany, France, Czechoslovakia, and japan. Discharged March, 1946. HOUCHIN, Claude Class of '43 1st Lt. Claude Houchin entered Army Air Corps July 4, 1943 Basic training at jefferson Bar- racks. Further training at Navigation School at Hondo, Texas. Served as Navigator on B-29 at Tin- ian in South Pacific. Received Pres. Unitwcita- tion..Completed 17 flights over japan. HOUCHIN, Robert Class of '44 TfSgt. Robert Houchin entered Army July 3, 1944. Basic training at University of Wyo. and Camp Walters, Texas. Further Paratrooper training at Fort Benning, Ga. Now at Noroiku, Japan. HUCK, George P. Cpl. George P. Huck entered Army on June 24. 1942. Basic training at Camp Robinson, Ark. At- tached to the 60th Hospital Station atFort Meade, Md., where hereceived his discharge Feb. 5. l943. Received Good Conduct Medal. HUNSUCXER' James R. Class of '45 James R. Hunsucker entered the Navy July 15, 1945. Basic training at San Diego and is still stationed there aboard the U.S.S. Blessman, A.P. D.4l JENKINS, Haley J- SfSgt. Haley J. Jenkins entered Army Air Corpg Sept. 14. 1942. Basic training at T,W.A. Schqgl, Further training and promotion at Rosecrans Fld. Served 21 months overseas in India. Awarded Good Conduct bbdal, Unit Citation, three Bronze Stars. Discharged at Leavenworth, Kansas Nov. 15, 1945, JOHN, Gordon Fuller Claaa of '36 5-M- 3!C Gordon Fuller john entered Ngvy gn April 17, 1942. Basic training at Great Lakes, Ill. Further trairing at Signal School at Indian- apolis, Ind. Served overseas 30 months. On combat in Solomon Islands. Served on Aircraft Carrier Sable. Discharged Oct. 5, 1945 at Minneapolis. 15 Cl' i 1 119+- jfk 4 A 'M S -vu.. ,M- 4 q-9.1 ii'!H-R 15' 5 . .VA ...x FRS JOHNSON, Glrnn Class of '45 S 26C Glenn johnson entered Navy on Sept. 11, 1945. asic training at San Diego, Calif. Further training at Shoemaker, California. JOHNSON, LCYOY F. Class of '44 S 1fc Leroy F. johnson entered Navy gn Feb, 16, 1944. Basic training at Farragut, Idahg, Boarded the Carrier, U.S.S. Essex May 13, 1944. Served at the invasion of Saipan, Guam, Tinian, Palau, and the Philippines. Discharged from U,S, Naval Hospital at Farragut, Idaho, May2g, 1945. JOHNSON, Richard V. Class of '35 Sgt. Richard V. johnson entered Army Air Corps july 6. 1943. Basic training at Buckley Field, Colo. Went overseas Nov., 1944. Stationed on Sai- pan and Guam serving with Third Photo Recon. Sqd. in Central Pacific Campaign and Campaign over japan. JONES' Frank F. Class of '34 N.A.M. 2jc Frank F. jones entered Navy on March 20, 1944. stationed at Fleet Post Office at San Francisco four months. Discharged on Oct. 12, 1945, from Separation Center at St. Louis. JONES, Jack F- Class of '40 Cpl. Jack F. Jones entered Army on july 31' 1942. Basic training at Camp Crowder, Mo, Served 32 months in the South Pacific. Awarded Good Con- duct Medal and Presidential Unit Citation. Dis- charged Oct. 11, 1945. JONES, Melvin Class of '43 Cpl. Melvin jones entered Army Air Corps on April 26, 1943. Basic training at Keesler Field, Miss. is now at Payne Field, Cairo, Egypt. JOLLIFF, Leo Class of '43 S lgc Leo Jolliff entered Navy on june 18, 1943. asic training at Farragut, Idaho. Served in American Theater, Southwest Pacific and Asia- tic-Philippine Theaters. Survivor of Air-Craft Carrier, St. Lo., sank on Leyte Gulf Oct.,25, 1944. Now serving on Cruiser Helena. KEAR' George Harold Class of '44 AjS George Harold Kear entered the Navy April 21, 1944. Basic training at Farragut, Idaho. Fur- ther training at Sound School in San Diego, Calif. and Treasure Island for Gunnery Training. Wounded May 25. 1945, Awarded Purple Heart, Presidential Citation, Good Conduct Medal andTwo Battle Stars. ls now at the University of Idaho. KELLER' Charles E. jr. B,M. 1fC Charles E. Keller jr. entered the Navy Feb. 5, 1941. Was assigned to the U.S.S. Independence. Awarded the Victory Medal, Philip- pine Liberation. American Area with One Star, Asiatic Pacific with 3 Stars and Good Conduct Pedal KELLER' Davis Louis Class of '39 Mo. M. M. 1fc David Louis Keller entered the Navy june 19, 1940. Basic training atGreat Lakes, Assigned to yard service at Pearl Harbor, was at Pearl Harbor Dec. 7, 1941. Transferred to the U.S.S. Murray. Awarded Pre-Pearl Harbor with one star. Asiatic-Pacific with 10 stars, Philippine Liberation, 2 stars, American, Good Conduct and Victory Ribbons. 16 KELLER, HGDYY L- Cpl. Henry L. Keller entered the Army Feb. 17, 1941. Basic training at Camp Robinson. Trans- ferred to West Coast then to North Africa. In Italy he was attached to the Military Police. A. warded the American Theater Campaign Medal. Cam- paign Medal with 1 Bronze Star, Good Conduct, and World War II Victory Medal and Pre-Pearl Har- bor Ribbon. KENNEDY, Walter jeff Class of '46 S 2jc Walter jeff Kennedy entered the Navy June 1945. Basic training at Great Lakes, Ill. KENT, Charles Class of '43 Cpl. Charles Kent enlisted Aug. 7th, 1943. Served in Pacific Theater 18 months, with the Marine Night Fighters Squadron. Discharged jan. 12' 1946- KENT, Harold Lee Class of '45 S 2fC Harold Lee Kent, entered the Navy June 15. 1945. Attended College at Brown Univ., Provi- dence, Rhode Island. KENT, Ralph Class of '40 SfSgt. Ralph Kent entered the Army Dec, 23, 1940. Served in the ETO. Captured by Germans Oct. 20th, 1944, and freed by Russians Jan. 31, 1945. Awarded Purple Heart, and discharged Sept. 215 1945. KIRBY, james L. Class of '40 Ensign james L. Kirby entered the Navy Air Corps Jan. 6, 1942. Final flight training at Cor- pus Christi, Texas. Discharged Nov. 18, 1945. KIRBY, Naxey N. Class of '42 Cpl. Maxey N. Kirby entered the Army Air Corps May 18, 1944. Was killed in an airplane crash while serving in the A.A.A. in Burma May 30, 1945. KIRBY, Wilbur Clay Class of '43 Cpl. Wilbur Clay Kirby entered the Army July, 1943. Basic training at Camp Fannin, Texas. Sent overseas and assigned to Armored Infantry. In hospital 4 months and reassigned to Military Po- lice, and later to Btry B 537 A.A.A. where he is now stationed. KIRBY, William H. Clans of '33 TfSgt, William H. Kirby entered the Army Air Corps Dec. 19, 1942. Basic training gt Clearwater Fla. Served overseas in India, China and Marianas. Awarded Six Battle Stars and Presidential Cite- tion. Discharged Nov. 22, 1945. KNOWLTON' Raymond W. Class of '44 S 1fc Raymond W. Knowlton entered the U.S.N.R. March 24, 1944. Basic training at Farragut, Idaho and Univ. of Idaho. Further Uaining at San Bfuno and Treasure Island, Calif. Went overseas May 7, 1945. Is now glrving in Minesweep Depot Unit on Okinawa. 17 'vs 'Sv wk' WW' QU' KRAMER, Af' Class of '44 S 1fc Art Kramer entered the Army April 27, 1944. Basic training at Camp Wa ldron, F8fI'HgUt, Idaho, and later to Treasure Island, Calif. In the Pacific Area for 19 months on Guam. u KRAMER, Bob Class of '45 S 25: Bob Kramer entered the Navy June 27, 1945. asic training at Great Lakes, Ill. Later transferred to Ship's Co. Camp Roberts Small Great Lakes, Ill. KRAMER, james G. Class of '40 Bm lfc U.S.N. entered the Navy Aug. 24, 1942. Basic training at Great Lakes, Illinois. Served inthelnvaaion of North Africa, Sicily and South- ern France. Discharged September 29, 1941 KRUMMEL. Roy Class Of '45 Pvt, Roy Krummel entered Army on March 4, 1946, at Fort Leavenworth. LEAT' Richa rd W. E.M. 2fC Richard W. Lest entered the Navy Aug. 19, 1942. Basic training at San Diego, Calif. Assigned to U.S.S. Tennessee Oct. 2, 1942. Later assigned to U.S.S. Odurn Oct. 1944, on patrol duty in Atlantic. Received medical discharge from U. S. Naval Hospital, Farragut, Idaho, Feb. 4, 1946- LEAT, William E. Class of '45 S 2fc William E. Leat entered the Navy Reserve gune 5, 1945. Basic training at Great Lakes, Ill. ilcharged in September 21, 1945, and re-enlisted in Regular Navy. He is now in the Seaman Guard at Great Lakes, Ill. LEWIS, Walter J. Class of '45 S 2fc Walter J. Lewis entered the Navy Sept. 4, where he received hisbasic Gaining. Came home for Thanksgiving and took sick on his way back and is now in hospital with rheumatic fever. LILLICH, Gerald L. Class of '44 Av. Cadet Gerald L. Lillich entered the Navy Air Corps july 1, 1944. Further training at Ola- the Naval Base and Iowa City, Iowa. Nov stationed at Corpus Christi, Texas. LILLICH, john N. Class of '40 Lt. JG. john,M. Lillich entered the Navy Air Corps, Jan. 6, 1943. Training at William Jewell College, Liberty, Mo. Nov stationed in Kodiak, Alaska. LOCKE, Robert S. Class of '35 Sgt. Robert S. Locke entered Army May, 1942 Basic training at Camp Roberts, Calif. Discharged Dec. 21, 1942. Reentered Nov. 24, 1943, Basic training at Ft. LQODIYG Wood, Mo. Further train- ing at Army Service Depot, Columbus, Ohio. Went overseas Uarch 13, 1945. Returned to States jan 1, 1945. Discharged Jan. 27, 1946. Awarded Good Conduct Vedal, and Presidential Citation. 18 LOPEZ. julio Class of '39 Cpl. julio Lopez entered the Army june 30, 1941. Basic training at Camp Walters, Texas. Fur- ther training at Ft. Leonard Wood. Awarded Good Conduct Medal, andAmerican Defense Medal in 1942. Discharged at Camp San Luis Obispo, Oct. 8, 1943. McAN1CH, Kenneth M. Class of '44 Pvt. Kenneth M. McAnich entered the Army Air Corps March 1944. Basic Training at Keesler Fld., Miss: Sioux Falls, N. D.: Truax Fld., Wise.: and Scott Field, Ill. Now serving with the Occupation Forces in Ansbach, Germany. MCCLINTIC H. D. Class of '46 S 1fC . D. McC1intic entered the Naval Air Corps Jan. 23, 1945. Basic training and radio school in Memphis, Tenn. Now is going to Store- keepers' School at Great Lakes, Ill. MCGAFFIN, John D. Pfc. john D. McGaffin was inducted Oct. 1943. Basic training at Camp Wolters, served 18 months with lst Division, 13th Inf. inETO. Hhs EAME with Silver Star, Good Conduct Medal, Purple Heart with Bronze Cluster, Distinguished Unit Badge, Fourregere and Combat Inf. Badge. Discharged October, 1945. Mc Wm. E. Gffflxf Wm. E. McGaffin entered the Army Aug. 6, 1942. Basic training at Camp Swift, and fur- ther training at OCS at Ft. Sill. Was field Ar- tillery Officer in Asiatic-Pacific Theater with American Division. Awarded the Bronze Star and Four Battle Stars. Stationed temporarily at Ft. Sill. MCMILLIAN, Harold Lee nBud' Class of -33 Cpl. Harold Lee 'BudN McMi11ian entered the Army October 25, 1941. Basic training at Camp Wallace, Texas. Sent overseas for duty in Aleu- tians and Asiatic Pacific Campaign. Was discharg- ed November 14, 1944. MeM1LL1AN, Hollis K. Pvt. Hollis K. NcMi1lian entered the Army Dec. 27, 1944. He is now serving in the Infantry. MeM1LL1AN, Homer F. Class of '39 SjSgt. Homer F. McMillian entered the Army March 7, 1941. Basic training at Camp Roberts, Calif. Left for overseas July, 1941. Later served as an instructor, at Camp Robinson, Ark. Awarded the Good Conduct Medal, American Defense Ribbon with Bronze Star. Asiatic Pacific Campaign Ribbon with Bronze Star. Discharged july 4, 1945. MADERAK. J- A- Class of '41 R.M. 2fc J. A. Maderak entered Navy on March 15, 1943. Served two years overseas duty inSouth- west Pacific. Received Unit Commendation and Admiral's Commendations. Discharged Nov. 13, 1945. MADERAK, Thomas T. Class of '39 Sgt. Thomas T. Maderak entered the Army july 23, 1942. Basic training at Sheppard Field, Texas. Further trainingat Englewood, Calif. North Ameri- can B-25 SpecialisL ' 19 MAGEE Charles H. Class of '42 TfSgt. Charles H. Magee entered Marine Corps Oct. 13, 1942. Basic training at San Diego, Calif. Further training at New Caledonia, South Pacific. Served on Solomons, Gilb0rts, Marshalls, and Marianas. Received Pacific-Theater Citation, Presidential Citation, Purple Heart, and American Theater of Operations Citation. Discharged Oct. 8' 1945- MAMIE, Charles L. Class of '41 Pfc. Charles L. Mamie entered Army on Nov. 3, 1942. Basic training at Camp Beale, Calif. Went overseas in May 1944. Arrived in United States September 12. 1944. Stationed in Winter General Hospital, Topeka, Kansas: and then Fitzsimmons Hospital, Denver, Colo. Received Good Conduct Medal, 3Battle Stars and Purple Heart, Discharged IGH- 6' 1946 MAMIE, Frank Tf5 Frank H. Mamie entered Army Feb. 17, 1941. Basic training at Camp Robinson, Ark. Went over- seas'inMay, 1944. Served in ETO until Oct., 1945. Received Good Conduct Medal and S Battle Stars. Discharged Oct. 22, 1945. MARTIN, Lawrence G. Class of '36 Cpl. Lawrence G. Martin entered the Army Oct. 26, 1941. Awarded the American Theater Ribbon, G. C. Ribbon, Two Combat Stars. Discharged Nov. ll. 1945- MARTIN, Marion L. Class of '43 Cpl. Marion L. Martin entered Service, Army, March 4,1944. Received ETO Ribbon, 4 Battle Stars and Good Conduct Ribbon. MARTINDALE, Ora O. Class of '45 -Pvt. Ora O. Martindale entered the Army Air Force Nov. 20, 1945. Basic training at Sheppard Field, Texas, where he ia now stationed. MARSHMAN, Robert L. Class of '43 Cpl. Robert L. Marshman entered U. S. Marine Corps on August 2, 1943. Basic training at Camp Pendleton, Oceanside, Calif. Went overseas Aug. 10, 1944. Killed in action Feb. 19. 1945. MASTERS Don E. Class of '40 Lt. Don E. Masters entered the Army Air Corps April, 1942. Basic training at Corpus Christi, Texas. Served in the South Pacific and was award- ed the Distinguished Flying Cross. Air Medal with Silver Star, Presidential Citation, and Navy Unit Citation. Joined the Ferry Command in May, 1945. MASTERS, William N. Class of '37 1st. Lt. William N. Masters entered the Air Forces, Feb. 15, 1943. Basic training at.St. Petersburg, Fla. Further training at Page Field, Fla. Placed on Inactive Status, Air Corps Reserve Jen- 13. l946- MATNEY. Cecil L. llt. Lt. Cecil L. Matney entered the Narine Air Corps May 15, 1942. Basic training at Corpus Christi, Texas, also advanced training there. IERCIER, james M. Class of '43 Pfc. james I. Mercier entered the Army, June 23, 1944. Basic training at Camp Robinson, Ark. Shipped to the Philippines Dec. 19, 1944, where he entered the 77th Division. Killed in action on Id Shima, Pyukus Islands, April 20, 1945. MITCHELL, Robert E. Class of '40 Capt. Robert E. Mitchell entered the Army lay 15, 1942. lent on active duty as Aviation Cadet Au , 4 . Served in South west andCentral E 13- 19 2 Pacific for 15 months. Released to inactive duty DCC- 17, 1945- MITCHELL. Robert L- C1181 Of '41 M. M. 1fc Robert L. Mitchell entered the Navy july 15, 1940. Served in the North Atlantic until December 1942. Transferred to the U.S.S. Erben DD621 in the Pacific Theater December, 1942. Was engaged in 5 major battles and discharged at St. Louis, Mo., SGPY. 19. 1945- Mgxgg, john J. , Class of -37 TjSgt. john J. Mixer entered the Army March 24, 1941. Basic training at Fort Riley and further training at various other camps throughout the U. S.-Embarked with the 59th Inf. Division from Camp Kilmer, N. J. las killed in action April 16 1945 near Leipzig. Awarded the Combat Infantry- man's Badge in the field and was posthumously a- warded the Bronze Star Medal andthe Purple Heart. MIXER, Thomas E. jr. Class of '39 Cpl. Thomas E. Mixer Jr. entered Marine Corps Sept. 15, 1943, for basic training at San Diego. Embarked for Pacific Theater, jan., 1944. Par- ticipated in the battles of Saipan, Quinian, Roe, Malue, and Iwo Jima. Discharged. MONTGO ERY, M. E. Class of '40 Lt. fig, H. E. Montgomery entered the Navy Nov. 10, 1942. Served in the Pacific Theater. Awarded Air Medal and Distinguished Flying Corss. IOORE. Albert j. Class of '45 F Qfc Albert 2. Moore Jr. entered the Navy july 17, 1945. A ter boot training he entered Fireman School. Further training at Coronado Bay. On board the U.S.S. Iowa B. B. 61 since Jan. 10. IOORE, Edward Monroe Class of '35 Petty Officer 2fc Edward Monroe Moore entered Navy Dec. 9, 1943. Basic training at Farragut, Idaho, further training at San Diego, Calif. Com- missioned to the U.S.S. Capriciinus in June 1944. Wounded when suicide plane struck the ship off Okinawa. Is still serving in the Pacific. MOORE, Jack Eugene Class of '42 Pfc. Jack Eugene Moore entered the Army Oct. 5, 1942. Basic training at Camp Kohler, Calif. 'ent over aeaa Oct. 3, 1943. Was stationed at Bury St. Edmonds, England. Is now discharged. MOORE, Rugsell I. Class of '41 M. I. 1fC Russell M. Moore entered the Navy June 17, 1942. Basic training at Great Lakes and later at Norfolk, Va. Served on U.S.S. Green and U.S.S. Tunston in Pacific Theater. Participated in landings of Africa, Sicily, Italy, Saipan, Leyte, Luzon and has seven battle stars. Now is aboard the U.S.S.E.G. Small, serving in Mediter- ranean Area. 21 'K F I P -iggil MYERS, Don J. Class of '44 S 2fc Don, J. Myers entered the Navy, April 22, 1944. Basic training at Farragut, Idaho. Left for overseas Aug., 1944, aboard the U.S.S. Sanga- mon. Served in the Asiatic Theater, Philippine Liberation and Haley's Third and Fifth. Citation for Okinawa. Transferred to Olathe Naval Air Sta- tion for discharge. NEALEY. Leon M. Class of '43 Pfc. Leon M. Nealey entered Army, Feb, 25, 1944. Basic training at Camp Roberts, Calif. Em- barked in jan. 1945. Was in Patton's 2nd Army and Crossed the Rhine. Is now stationed in Austria, NEALEY, Wa yman L. Class of '4, Cpl. Wayman L. Nealey entered the Army March 29, 1943. Basic training at Bucyrus, Ohio, Served in the China, Burma, India Theater with the Ry, Shop Bn. Discharged Dec. 1, 1945. NEMECHECK. Walter Sgt. Walter Nemecheck entered the Army Jan., 1942. Went to school at Kansas State College, un- til july, 1942. Basic training at Miami Beach, Fla. Further training at Ft. Monmouth, N. J.: Palm Beach, Fla.: Kelly Field, SanAntonio, Texas. Is now serving at Calcutta, India, as a Signal Corps Man. ULIVER, Howard LaVerne SfSgt. Howard LaVerne Oliver entered Army on Aug. 12, 1943. Basic training at Camp Adair, Ore. Served in Pacific Theater on Islands of Solomons, New Hebrides, and Philippines. Awarded Good Con- Medal. OLIVER' Harold E. SjSgt. Harold E. Oliver entered Army in Sept., 1942. Basic training at Camp Polk, La. Went over- seas on Oct. 12, 1944. Served in England and ETD with 11th Armored Division. Awarded Good Conduct Medal, Purple Heart, and Bronze Star. Killed in action in Germany, Jan. 1, 194i OLSQN, Robert Waldene Pfc. Robert Waldene Olson entered Army on July 23, 1945. Basic training at Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas, where he is now stationed. QLSQN, Richard Conrad Pfc. Richard Conrad Olson entered Army Narch 25, 1944. Basic training at Camp Roberts, Calil Further paratrooper training at Ft. Benning, Ga. Wounded jan. 10, 1945, overseas. Returned to States inDecember 1945. Awarded the Purple Heart. Belgium Citation, Presidential Citation, Holland Citation, Good Conduct Medal, ETO Ribbon and two battle stars. OLSON, Robert Olaf Pfc. Robert Olaf Olson entered Army on March 25' 1944, Basic training at Camp Roberts, CaliL Further trainingat Ft. Benning, Ga. Wounded over- seas Dec. 31, 1944. Returned toStates to Bushnell Hospital. Awarded Purple Heart, Belgium, Presi- dentialand Holland Citations, Good Conduct Medal, ETO Ribbon and two battle stars. OSIPIK. 510C Alec Osipik entered Navy on Aug. 3, 1943. Rode P. T. Boat in Asiatic-Pacific, Philippines, and Netherlands East Indies, Discharged Nov. 11'1945. 22 PECK, Calvin G.. If- S 1fC Calvin G. Peck, Jr. entered Navy Aug., 1944. Basic training at Great Lakes, Ill. Fur- ther training at Norfolk, Va. Served on Philip- pines until Feb. 1945. On Okinawa on V-j Day, where he is stationed now. PECK. William Edward Cox. William Edward Peck entered Navy Dec., 1941. Basic training at San Diego, Calif. Served in South Pacific and Philippine Theaters. Awarded American Area Ribbon, Asiatic-Pacific Ribbon with nine stars, Philippine Liberation Ribbon with one star. Discharged Nov. 8, 1945. PEMBERTON, Robert Tfsgt. Robert Pemberton entered Army Oct., 1942. Basic training at Fort Riley and Camp Hood. Further training at A.S.T.P. School at Mo. Univ. Landed on Okinawa on D-Day. Served in Pacific Theater and Army of Occupation in Korea 13 months. Awarded Good Conduct Medal. Discharged Feb., 1945. PENNEL, D00 E- Pfc. Don E. Pennel entered Army on August 19, 1943. Basic training at Ft. Benning, Ga. and Camp Mackall, N. C. Served in ETO. Awarded Good Con- duct Medal. Discharged Feb. 1, 1945. PORTER, Herbert Class of '43 Herbert L. Porter entered Navy Oct., 1943 Basic training at Farrigut, Ohio. Later trans- ferred toBremington Wash., and assigned to U.S.S. Barnstable, A.P.A. 93. in Medical Division. Took part in invasions of Angar, Pellelui, Ulithi, Leyte, Luton, and Okinawa. Discharged jan. 15, 1946, Hospital Apprentice. POTTER, James W. Pfc. James W. Potter entered Army Feb. 15, 1943. Basic training at Miami Beach, Fla. Further training at Ordinance School in Spokane, Wash. Served in Army Air Force in Italy. Served3 months in A.T.C. in Brazil. Awarded Good Conduct Medal and Unit Citation. Discharged on Oct. 13, 1945. PRESTON, John C- Chief Petty Officer John C. Preston entered service May 11, 1943. Basic training at Sheeps- head Bay, New York, Commissioned Chief P. O. Aug. 1943. Served in Mediterranean Area. Killed in action March 17, 1944. Liberty Ship named in his honor which was launched jan. 23, 1945. PRICE, John H. Eng. John H. Price started asEngineer for Con- Sair Airways A.T.C. the last of 1941, flying to different Islands until Dec. 15, 1945. Under Air Transport Command delivering planes, freight, and passengers from San Francisco toHawaii, Australia Guadalcanal, New Guinea, and Phi1ippines.Made from one to two trips a month. Round trip was about fifteen thousand miles or more. RAGAN, George Larry, F.-W.T.:O. larry Ragan entered U.S. Maritime Service in 1944. Graduated from Maritime School on Catalina Is., and has since served on the U.S. S. Gulf Caribbean, Troop Carrier U.S.S. Cape Can- so, andT-2 U.S.S. Beecher Island. Served in Paci- fic, Atlantic, and Mediterranean Theaters. RAUSCH, Alvin A. Pfc. Alvin A. Rausch entered Army June 21, 1945. Basic training at Camp Lewis, Wash. Further training at Medical Technician School at Ft. Sam Houston, Texas. Now stationed at Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas. 23 'Y STS' 'a.'xWw'1 N?w,WMQ?Q RAUSCH' Frederick C., jr. F.C. 2fc Frederick C. Rauach, Jr., entered Navy on January 4, 1944. Basic training at Farragut, Idaho. Served aboard U.S.S. Paul Hamilton for 15 months during the assault and capture of Leyte, Mindoro, Luzon, Iwo Jima, and Okinawa. Is now at- tached to the staff of the 19th Reserve Fleet, San Diego, California. READE, ROY, J'- Yoeman 1jc Roy Reade, Ir., entered Navy in Nov. 1940. Basic training at Great Lakes, Ill. Served in Pacific Theater on a minesweeper during the war. Now stationed at San Diego, California. RENFROWD Charles E. R.M. Qfc Charles E.Renfrow entered Navy on Dec. 1, 1943. Received training in Radio and was as- signed to the U.S.S. Fond-Du-Lac in Dec., 1944. Served as Radioman on board ship. Served in Paci- fic Theater IS months. His enlistment expires on Jan. 31, 1941 Rx-:NFRow. Gerald J- Ensign Gerald J. Renfrow entered U.S.M.R. on Nov. 23, 1942. Basic training andadvanced training at several Naval Air Stations. Received wings on Nov. 22, 1944, at Corpus Christi, Texas. Killed in a plane crash on Sept. 27, 1945. RODGERS, Robert E. Cpl. Robert E. Rodgers entered Marine Corps on Jan. 2, 1943. Basic training at San Diego, Calif. Served in South Pacific Theater in the Marshall and Caroline Is. Discharged on jan. 25, 1946. ROSEN, Francis M. Cpl. Francis M. Rosen entered Army on March 30, 1942. Basic training at Camp Berkeley, Texas. Served in Ireland, England, France, and Germany. RUTTINGER, A. M. Pfc. Albert M. Ruttinger entered Army on zuly 1, 1943. Basic training at Camp Roberts, Ca if. Further training asParatrooper at Ft. Benning, Ga. Served in three major campaigns in ETO. Awarded Silver Star, Bronze Star, Purple Heart, Good Con- duct Medals, Presidential Citation, Initial As- sault Spearhead Pip.,Discharged Oct. 31. 1945- SALINAS, Ilnafio C- Ph. M. 2jc Ignacio C. Salinas entered Navy on july 5, 1943. Served in the American and Asiatic- Pacific Theaters. Awarded Victory Medal. Discharg- ed March 4. 1946- SCHERMERHCRN, Edward M- Lt. Edward M. Schermerhorn entered Navy Air Cldef Tflihihl in July. 1942. Commissioned Lt. in Marine Air Corps at Corpus Christi, Texas onMarch, 1944. Assigned Instrument Flying Instructor duty at El Toro, Calif. for 17 months. Shipped to japan September, 1945. SCHULTZ, Maurine Pfc. Maurine Schultz entered WAC Reserve on March 24. 1943. Basie training at Hunter College, N. Y. Further training at Bloomington, Ind., and Cherry Point, N. C. Stationed at Marine Corps Air Station, Santa Barbara, Calif. Discharged Oct. 11, 1945- 24 SHAW, Leland SfSgt. Shaw entered service Jan. 5, 1943 at Ft, Leavenworth. Before :oing overseas hewas in train- ing at Miami, Fla.,Lincoln, Neb., Chanute Field, Ill., Fresno, Calif., and Kerns, Utah. He was in 15th Air Force in Italy for 9 months. Sent back to U.S. in Aug., 1944 and was at Walker Air Base un. til Oct., 1945, ihen he received his discharge, He has Pres. Citation and 5 Battle Stars. SHELTON. Donald James S.C.2fc Donald James Shelton entered Navy in 1944. Basic t'aining in Farragut, Idaho, Served one year in African Theater and 21 months in S, Pacific. Awarded Honor Medal and Certificate of Merit. Discharged Dec. 10, 1945. SMITH' Harold R. SfSgt. Harold R. Smith entered Army on August 23, 1943. Served as aerial gunner on B-17 with Eighth Air Force in England. Awarded Air Medal and three Clusters. SOWERf John Pfc. john Soler entered Army November, 1943. Basic training at Camp White, Oregon. Served in ETO. Awarded Good Conduct Medal and Bronle Star. Discharged October, 1945. SDDEN, William Vincent Ensign William Vincent Soden entered Naval Re- serve May 12' 1943. 0fficer's training at St. Thomas College, St. Paul, Minnesota, and Minn. Univ, Grgdnated from there on Oct. 21. 1945. Nov in office of Separation Center at Camp Wallace, Texas. SODEN. Kennfth Phillip Pvt. Kenneth Phillip Soden entered Army Sept. 12, 1945. Basic training at Camp Robinson, Ark. Transferred to Ft. Ord, Calif., Feb. 5, 1945. SPOHR, Louis, G. Cpl. Louis G. Spohr entered Army on july 15, 1943. Basic training at Des Moines, Iowa. Was on dutyat Kansas City as a member of Military Police. Served at Camp Hale, Colo., until-Nov., 1944. Went overseas March, 1945, to Manila. STRICKLAND, Lawrence 2nd Lt. Laurence Strickland entered Army Air Corps on March 29, 1943. Graduated from flying school at Victoria, Texas, on May 23, 1944. Left for overseas duty on Jan. 3, 1945. Served in Italy eight months. Discharged on September 5, 1945, STEVENSON, Robe rt L. T'Sgt, Robert L. Stevenson entered Army on HIPC! 19. 1941. After 10 months of training and maneuvers, he left for overseas duty. He was sta- tioned in-Australia and New Guinea, Biak Island, and Philippines. Discharged july 27, 1945. STEVENSON, Norman jack S 2fC Norman jack Stevenson entered Navy April, 1945. Basic training at Great Lakes, Ill. Further training at Norman, Okla. He is now stationed at Treasure Island, Calif. 25 Q. , . i ,gr r 1 J ' I Q12 ivwqftwmmqw "" -iw., , X 8 w v ,aw usd' k . ef, gn 1. I r fl' Q.. s-- , " :ix -5-. 2 3 -v Q! 1 ll ED l gl 4 an-'4' HW 6.2 'Q ll? as . STEVENSONf X971 M- Pfc. Karl M. Stevenson entered Marine Corps Jan., 1943. Training at San Diego, Calif. Served overseas on Guadalcanal, Samoa, Marshall Is., and Fijis. Killed inan automobile accident in Corona, Calif., on Sept. 25, 1943. Lt. jg Cora Stevenson entered Navy as anurae on Apri , 1943. Served two years in Naval hos- pitals in Oakland, Calif., Corona, Calif., and Farragut, Idaho. Served on U.S.S. Sanctuary, Hos- pital Ship, picking up patients and prisoners of war at Pearl Harbor, Okinawa, Guam, and Nagasaki. STEVENSON. Cora 513 f 4 5 H Q nk fig 3 fi iw 'sri SMITH, Norman A. 3rd Eng. Norman A. Smith entered Maritime Ser vice june 3, 1942. Served in Atlantic Theater Now on his way to Odessa, Russia. SIMMONS, Luther Pfc. Luther Simmons entered Army May 17, 1944 Basic training at Camp training at Fort Leonard gium, Luxembourg, France ing Rhine River. Awarded' tle Stars, Good Conduct, Discharged Nov. 10, 1945 SILER, Ernest C. Robinson, Ark. Furthe Wood, Mo. Served in Bel Germany. Wounded cross Purple Heart, Three Bat BTO and Victory Ribbons TfSgt. Ernest C. Siler entered Army in October 1940. Basic training at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas Stationed in Calif. until Oct., 1941. Transferred to Air Corps. Awarded Good Conduct Medal, Ameri- can Defense Ribbon, and ETO Ribbon with Sig Battle Stars. Discharged Sept., 1945 SILER. George A- Pfc. George A. Siler entered Merchant Marines Aug. 12, 1943. Training at Sheepshead Bay, where served until May 21, 1945. Entered Army. Basic training at Camp Walters, Texas. Now serving in Europe. SILER, Herbert L. Pvt. Herbert L. Siler entered Army june 29, 1945. Basic training at Camp Fannin, Texas. Fur- ther training at Clerical School at Camp Plauche, La, Assigned as clerk in Reception Headquarters at Fort Bliss, Texas. SLICHTER, J0hn L- TfSgt. John L. Slichter entered Army jan. 5, 1942. Served thirty-eight months in England in Eagle Squadron. Discharged on Oct, 23, 1945. STEELE, Charles A, Sgt. Charles A. Steele entered Army Feb. 15, 1943. Basic training at A.A.F.B.T.U. Atlantic City N. J. Further training at Hommer Fld., Fresno, Calif., Radio Operator School in Omaha, and Camp Crowder, Mo. Served overseas in ETO, A- warded Good Conduct Medal, Pres. Unit Citation, Victory Ribbon, American Theater of Operations Ribbon, ETO Ribbon, and Two Battle Stars. TREVOR, Charles Leslie Cpl. Charles Leslie Trevor entered Army March, 1944. Basic training at Camp Barkley, Texas and Fitxsimmons General Hospital, Denver, Colo. Went overseas Oct., 1944, andserved witha medical unit in France until Oct., 1945, at which time he was sent to Frankfurt, Germany 26 THOMPSON, Daniel B. Pvt. Daniel B. Thompson entered Army on Dec. 11, 1942. Training for Military Police at Leaven- worth, Kansas. Sent to Luzon April 23, 1945, later to Tokyo. Awarded Asiatic-Pacific and Liberation of Philippine Is. Ribbons, and One Battle Star. He is now on his way home. THURNAN, Roy Leonard Cpl. Roy Leonard entered Marine Corps Feb. 23, 1943. Training atSsn Diego, Calif. Spent 2 5 years in South Pacific. Awarded 4 Battle Stars. Dil- charged january 3, 1946. THURMAN, Homer Allen Sgt. Homer Allen Thurman entered Army in 1942. Basic training at Sheppard Field. Further training at Rosewell, N. M. Oklahomag and Westover Fld, Mass. Reported killed near Ercher, France, May 25, 1944. after he had been overseas about six weeks. TIDERMAN, Darby Ensign Darby Tiderman entered U. S. Naval Re- serve on June 6, 1943. Training at Duke Univ., Durham, N. C., and Columbia Univ., N.Y. Served at Norfolk, Va., San Francisco, Calif. and Pearl Harbor. Now on a mine sweeper in Japanese water. TYNER' Cecil A. E.T.M.3Ac Cecil A. Tyner entered U-S.N.R. on Feb. 15, 1944. Basic training at Great Lakes. Fur- ther training at pre-radio school at Wright jr. College in Chicago, Houston, Texas, and Chicago. Went overseas May 2, 1945. Now serving aboard Cruiser, U.S.S. Birmingham. VAN BRUNT. Grant Sgt. Grant Van Brunt entered Army jan. 11, 1943. Basic training at Atlantic City, N. J. Fur- ther trainingnat Drew Field, Tampa, Fla. Served 9 months in h Hawaii 4 months in Sai an On u. . P : 8 months in Iwo Jima. Awarded Battle Stars for Sai- pan and Iwo Jima, and Good Conduct Medal. Dis- charged Dec. 31, 1945. VAN BRUNT. Thurman G. Pfc. Thurman G. Van Brunt entered Army Dec., 14, 1944. Basic training at Camp Fannin, Texas. Served in the ETO. Awarded Good Conduct Medal and Purple Heart. Discharged at Springfield, Mo., on Dec. 11. 1945- WALKER' Edwin E. F. 1fc Edwin E. Walker entered Navy Aug. 31, 1944. Basic training at Farralut, Idaho. Further training at Shoemaker, Calif. Now serving in the Pacific Theater. WARREN, Mrs. Lillian Zimmer lst Lt. Mrs. Lillian Zimmer Warren entered Army Nurse Corps on June 29, 1943, at 0'Reilly General Hospital, Springfield, Mo. Served in ETO for 21 months. Discharged Feb. 7, 1946. wAy, Floyd E. T15 Floyd E. Way entered Army on Feb. 17. 1941. Basic training at Ft. Knox, Kentucky. Served over- seas 3 years and 3 months. Served in England and Ireland. Active duty in N. Africe and Italy. Dia- charged Sept. 10, 1945. 27 FHM W wwf F m . Qmgf SAE v6E3 ing, .ape K1fQ J' 11:31 Tjjizm . .553 QNEQ r' .REQ in 'U' ,Q-or' vow' "" ugh wwfwo Q l ann i WAY, Carl William 2nd Cook Carl William Way entered Navy on Jan. 1944. Basic training at Sheepshead Bay, N. Y. Served in Atlantic and Pacific Theaters. WAY, Walter W., Jr. Pvt. Walter W. Way, jr. entered Army on Nov. 9, 1942. Basic training at Camp Robinson, Ark. Fur- ther training at Mechanics School at Beltonveille ld. Went overseas on June 10, 1943. Served in N. Africa, Italy, Manila, and Japan. Discharged on Nov- 20. 1945. WEBB. Charles Eugene C,E.N. Charles Eugene Webb entered Navy on Dec. 9, 1941. Basic training at Great Lakes, Ill.5erved on U.S.S. Hermitage 45 months in crossing both the Atlantic and Pacific. Awarded Good Conduct Medal. Discharged Nov. 15, 1945. WENDT' Carl S. SfSgt. Carl S. Wendt entered the Army May 9, 1941. Basic training at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. Served in Hawaii, Okinawa. Awarded Good Conduct Medal, Asiatic-Pacific, American Campaign, Pre- Pearl Harbor. Discharged Dec. 19, 1945. WENDT, Harold M. Tf4 Harold M. Wendt entered the Army Nov. 17, 1942. Basic training at Ft. Warren, Wyo. Served in Australia, New Guinea, Manila. Awarded Good Conduct Medal, Asiatic Pacific, American Defense, American Victory. Discharged jan., 1945. WELLS' Fred G. Mo. M. M. 1fc Fred G. Wells entered the Navy Aug. 14. 1943. Basic training at Farragut, Idaho. Has served 26 months in Asiatic-Pacific Theater and was awarded a Unit Citation and Two Bronze Stars. yggar, Achilles V. Pfc. Achilles V. Wheat entered Army in October, 1943. Basic training at Keesler Field, Miss. Dis- charged in October, 1945 WH ELER, Gordon Ray S.F. 2fc Gordon Ray Wheeler entered Navy on April 10, 1943. Basic training at Camp Waldron, Farragut, Idaho. Served in the Aleutians and South Pacific Theater. Served 5 months in China. Dia- charged on Feb. 15, 1946 WILES, Bailey B. S 2fc Bailey B. Wiles entered Navy on Jan. 29, 1945. Basic training at San Diego, California. Assigned to Destroyer Escort in October, 1945. Sent to Long Beach, California. WILES, james P. Pfc. James P. Wiles entered Army on july 10, 1943. Basic training at Camp Fannin, Texas. Served 18 months in South Pacific Theater and in New Guinea and the Philippines. 28 WILLIAMSON. Everettev lf- Pfc, Everette Williamson, jr. entered National Guard May 30, 1940. Basic training at Camp Robin- son, Ark. Further training at Fort Ord, Calif. Served inS. Pacific Theater. Awarded Good Conduct Medal, Philippine Liberation Ribbon with One Bronze Star, Unit Citation, 1 Oak Leaf Cluster, A.P,T.C. Ribbon withtwo Bronze Stars, Combat Inf, Badge, and Purple Heart. Discharged Sept. 11, 1945- WILSON. Warren H- Cpl. Warren H. Wilson entered Army in Sept., 1942. Training at Fort H.G. Wright, N, Y. Chap- lain's assistant. Medical discharge Aug., 1943. WORTHINGTON, Alvin N. Pfc. Alvin N. Worthington entered Army Nov. 27, 1944, Basic training at Camp Hood, Texas. Went overseas to European Theater on April 7, 1945. Awarded Good Conduct Medal, Now serving with the Occupation Forces in Hallein, Austria. WQOLF, Charles E. 2nd Lt. Charles E. Woolf entered Army Air Forces Dec. 4- 1942. Went overseas May. 1944. as a navigator on aB-17. Killed in action in Germany on july 21, 1944. Awarded Air Medal and Purple Heart posthumously. WYATT, William D. T15 William D. Wyatt entered Army Feb, 11, 1941. Basic training atCamp Robinson, Ark. Served in Aleutians from Jan. 19, 1942 to Mgy 9, 1944. Awarded Good Conduct Medal. Discharged june 12, 1945. WYATT, Elvis William S 1fc Elvis William Wyatt entered Armed Guard Aug. 14, 1943. Stationed first on American Star later on Frederic A. Eilers. Discharged Oct. 3, 1945, at Norman, Okla. WYATT, john Nelson M. M. 1fc John Nelson Wyatt entered Navy Dec. 17, 1940. Served aboard U.S.S. Hatfield in North- ern Sea Frontier. Later aboard U.S.S. Shgngri-La 3rd and 5th fleets. Discharged Sept. 27, 1945 WYATT, Winfred I. C. M. M. Winfred I. Wyatt entered the Navy 1928. Served on A.S.S. Cushing. Ship went doin in Guadalcanal in 1942. Now serving on U.S.S. Bula as Chief Petty Officer. WENDT' Eugene E. Pfc. Eugene E. Wendt entered the Army March 4, 1943. Basic training at Camp Sibert, Ala., for chemical warfare. Embarked Aug,, 1943. Awarded Good Conduct Medal, European, Middle Eastern, American. Now stationed in Italy. YATES, Albert G. Sgt. Albert G. Yatea entered the Army Feb. 17, 1941. Basic training at Camp Robinson. Served in Alaska and the Aleutians. Discharged at Ft. Sill, SCPY- 24. 1945- 29 ,unp, YATES' Authur B. Sgt. Authur B. Yates entered the Army Feb. 17, 1941. Basic training at Camp Robinson. Served in Alaska and the Aleutians. Discharged at Ft. Sill, July. 1945. YATES. Ffld L- 2nd Lt. Fred L. Yates entered the Army April, 1942. Basic training at Camp Barkley, Texas. Fur- ther training at Ft. Wood and at Ft. Belvoir, Va. Served at Camp Claiborne, also. Discharged February 5, 1945. YATES, Glen W. Pvt. Glen W. Yates entered the Army july 5, 1943. Basic training at Camp Roberts, Calif. Ser- vice in Dutch New Guinea, Aitape. Killed inaction May 13, 1944, on Wake Island, off coast of Dutch New Guinea. YOUNG, Muriel J. Sp. 4X5 ct 3fc Muriel J. Young entered the Navy at Camp Hunter College, New York, Further training at Navy Hydrographic Office in Washing- ton D. C. as aseaman gfc. Received present rating Nov-. 1945- ZAMARRIPAV Isaiah 2nd Lt. Isaiah Zamarripa entered the Army july 5, 1943. Basic training at Jefferson Barracks, Mo. Served inthe Pacific Theater of war. Received the American Campaign Medal and the Victory Medal. Discharged March 7, 1945. ZILLNER. Vincent J- Sgt. Vincent J. Zillner entered Army jan. IL 1943. Basic training at Atlantic City, New Jersey. Further training at Omaha, Nebr.g Alliance, Nebr. and Maxton, N. C. Served in North Africa, Italy, and European Theater. Served 20 months overseas. Awarded ETO Ribbon with 7 Battle Stars, Good Con- duct Medal and Presidential Unit Citation with Two Clusters. ZIMMER. Paul F. Pfc. Paul F. Zimmer entered Marine Corps Oct. 10, 1943. Basic training at San Diego, Calih Entered foreign service in South Pacific Sept., 1944. Served in battle of Iwo Jima. Still in active service on Okinawa. JQNES, Everett R. 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Adams Science and English He len Woody Engl is h and Public Speak ing Q5-l 4 Tex Henry Johnston, Hi-Y 131, Football 121, Glee Club Mixed Chorus 121, Track T-Club 111. 141, 131. Georgia Brown, Student Council Sec.-treas. 111, l'l. H. R. 121, Junior Class Sec., Pep Club 131 Vice-pres. PepClub, G. H. 121, Editor ofBooster, Annual Staff Band 121, Glee Club121, Major- ette 131, Mixed Chorus 121. Litton Worthington Jr., Basket- ball 141, Football 141, Track 141, Student Council Vice- Pres. andPres. Sophomore Class President, T- Club 141, Hi-Y 421. -Ns, Alice Mae Jones, G. R. 131, Lloyd W. Erie, Hi-Y 131, T- Glee Club 141, Mixed Chorus Club 121, Football 121, Track 131- 1 1l,H-R' R. nu- Q it Nadine Breedlove, G. R. 111. Mary Belle Beafly, G. F. 141, Pep Club 121, Glee Club 141, Mixed Chorus 14ln H. R. Officer 111, H. B. H. 111, Junior Home- coming Attendant. .lanes Hughes. Hi-Y 131, Glee Club 111, Football 111. . A !L H .. W if ' ,v ff . ,- Q ,f ' . . -- , . ,I 'J' ... -..-' 9 ,pk . Q Z., , . 1 ge, ,. gl l Ei 2 w A , ff' . " pl 1, +-X an My we ZSTLLCCSCJ H 'P A? 1-3 si Y . ,QA C, ei .1 ll .. , Robert L. Bea t ty, Hi- Y 131 , Norma Lee Corr is f0V'l, Junior Glee Club 111. Play, Band 141, Glee Club 111, M1Xed Chorus 111, G. .FL 111 Pep cm, 121, swing Band mf Vivian Evelyn Campbell, Pep Leonard Carl Smith, Football Club 141, Junior Play, Glee 111, H. R. R. 121, Track 121 H1 Club f2lf G. R. f3l, H. R. ficer 131. Neal R. Allelan, Junior Play, Hi-Y 111, Glee Club 111, Home Room Officer 121. Marilyn Bush, Orchestra 3, Swing Band, Girls' Ensemble, Band 141 GleeC1ub111, Mixed Chorus 111, Homecoming Queen, Majorette 121, Booster Staff, Editor ofAnnual, G. R. 121, G. R. Cabinet 111, Pep Club 131, Pep Club Presi- dent, Junior P1ay,,St.udent. Coun- cil Program Chairman, H. R. R 131, H. R. Officer 121. '35 lblores Arlone Matthews, G. R. 141, Pep Club 141, Glee Club 121, Junior Play, G. R. Cabinet. 111, Booster Staff. Of- '-Y141, ui-Y Cabinet 111a Booster Staff, Annual Staff. 9 P' Janes E. Holland, Mixed Chorus 141, Glee Club 141, Hi-Y121, Boys ' Ensenble 111. 1 -"ivy, , .- - El - F C 1 d G1 E- H ffl F 015,11 121, Orland Pennel, Glee Club 121, 5257 gillelimllaleisliug W ay op' an Trix 121.uHi-Y 121- Q51 421' Tuck 411' H- R' Of' viixed Chorus 121, Football 131, mer 133' hsketball 131, Boys' Ensemble 111, Clam President. X 4 95,5-5, . M fr 4 H ... . ... 1 .w Leonard E. Matney, Hi-Y 111, Glee Club 14.1, Mixed Chorus 141, T-Club 121, Track 121, Football 131, Basketball 111, Boys' Fnsemble 111, Junior Play. oloris Del Collier, G. R. 141, ep Club 131, Junior Play, H. . R. 111, H. R. Officer 111, lee Club 121. ...Q-Q. ,-.. , Helen Matthews Pe Club . P Q31 Glee Club 111, G. R. 111, H. R. G- R- H. 111, H. R. Officer 131, Booster Staff, Annual Staff. Doris Dean Collier, G. R. 141, G. H. President 111, Pep Club 131, Pep Club Program Chairman, Sophomore Sec.-treas., H. R. Officer 121, Mixed Chorus 121, Glee Club 121, 36 , Dolores Irene Delrries, Band141, Wilbur H, Hook, H. R. Officer 111, Glee Club 111, Or- 111, Booster Staff, Annual cbestra and Swing Band 111, Sgaff, Mixed Chorus 111, H. H. Officer 131, Senior Class Secretary. 1 I r 5. 1 . -. 1 . -,ff 1 AQ 1, Uv CW? Harold W. Hayes, Football 141, Basketball 131, T-Club 141, Track 131. Hi-Y 121. James E. Stirling, Band 121, Football 131, Track 121, Junior Play. Qrchestra 111, Basketball 141. H1-Y111. T--C1ub131, T- Club President 111 Senior Class Presifbnt. ' Hglen M, Finlgmiu-I H, R, 111' Robert Leroy Williamson, H. R. Glee Club 121, Mixed Chorus H. 111. H. R. 0ffiC6!' 111. Hi' 111, G. H. 141. Y 141, T-Club 131, Basketball 133, Football 131, Track 131. William Millsap, Band 141, Hi-Y Leanna Burton, H. R. 111, Glee 141, Glee Club,131, Mixed Chorus Club 121, Mixed Chorus, 111, 131, Operetta 131, Junior Play, H. R. Officer 111, One-Act Play, Track 111, H. R. H. 111, Hi-Y Junior Play, Band 111, Drum President 121. Corps 111, Pep Club 121, G. R. 131, Annual Staff, I A K W if 1 Betty Louise Smith, Pep Club Kenneth Dale Simpson, Glee Club 12.1, Mixed Chorus 141, Drum 131, Mixed Chorus 131, Hi-Y Corps121,G, R. 131, Glee Club 121, Operetta 111. 141' f' 4' W fl .1 H . Jig., I 1, 11' ff..-ff: 1 - . ' I 'fifq -I 1. .1 Norma Jean Young, G. R. 121, Glenn E, Holpug, !-li-Y 131, Glen ' df" N C109 Club 111, POP Club 121, Club 141, Mixed Chorus 141, 1, 41 Z H. R. H. 131, H. H. Officer Boys' Ensemble, H. R. R. 111. 1 l 141, Booster Staff, Annual J? Staff. f 37 , 11 :nnis R. Worthington, Hi-Y Doris Jean Miller, Mixed Chorus Virginia Schierbaum, G. R. 111, 31, Mixed Chorus 141, Glee lub 141, Boys' Ensemble 111, H. Officer 111. .Q anim Tlarenci LaVerene Hurst, Foot- nal1131, Basketball 141, Hi-Y 11, T-Club 141. Stanley Lewis DeFries, H. R. Officer 141, Band 141, Hi-Y 141, Mixed Chorus 111, Glee Club 111, Annual Staff, Orches- trq and Swing Band 121, Junior Play, Freshman Class Pres., Senior Class Vice-Prog, 111, GleeC1uh141, Junior Play, Glee Club 12l, Mixed Chorus G. R. 141. 121. Frances Maxine Longnickel, G. R, 131, Glee Club 131 , Mixed Chorus 121, Pep Club 141, Drum Corps 121, H, R. Officer 111. Charlotte Suzanne Elsen, G. R. 141, Glee Club 131, Drum Corps 131, Mixed Chorus 121. Lawrence William Tiderman, Y Track 111, Junior Play, Hi- 141, Hi-Y Officer 121, Roy C. Wilson, Junior Play'H'ack 121, T-Club 131, Basketball 141, Hi-Y 121, Student Council Vice-Pres. 111. Q nr .Q-mf Juanita Zumalt, G. R, 121, Glee LaVern Dotsan, G. R. 121, Junior 90" Penis tan, Hi-Y 111, Glee cm. 121, Mixed chorus 111, Play. Mixed Chorus 111, mee Club 611, Track 121, Soph. Homecoming Attendant. C1115 ill, Annual Staff. 1 aa Gaylord A. Srartz, Band 141, Elizabe!hE.lH:Aninch, Glee Club Hi-Y 111, Football 131, Track 141, Mixed Chorus 111, 5. R. 111, T-Club 111. H. R. Officer 141, Drum Corps 141. 111' Leonard Halie. T'C1Uh 141. Hi'Y 121, Basketball 141, Football 141, Track 141, T-Club Officer. Pansy Elizabeth Pierce, Glee' Club 141, Mixed Chorus 131, G. R. 141, Pep Club 131, Cheer Leader 111, Queen of Hearts 111. Albert,Jahnson, T-Club131, Hi-Y141, Football 131, Track 121, Basketball 121, ll. R. Of- ficer 111. 1 '.- 1,4-. . ,- 1 "- .a-7' 1,11-:xt John 1. Coy, Hand 131, Hi-Y .leane Grinter, G.- R. 121, Mixed Dudley Potter, Band 141, Mixed Chorus 111, Girls' Ensemble Chorus 111, GleeClub 111, Swing 111, Glee Club 111, Hand 141, Band and Orchestra, Boys' En. PepClub131, Junior Class Vice- semble 111, Hi-Y 131, Annugl pres, Booster Staff, Annual Staff, Senior Homecoming At- tendant, Junior Play. Robert L. Beard, T-Club 141, Alice Marie Eder, G. R- 121, Basketball 141, Football 141, Pep Club 131, Glee Club 131, Freshman Vice-pres., H. li. Of- Mixed Chorus 121, H. F. Officer fiCCl'1314 131, Booster Staff, Annual Staff. Robert O. Stratton, Hand 141, Glee Club 111, Hi-Y 141, Junior Play, H. R. 121, H. R. Officer 141, One Act Play 121, Hi-Y Cabinet 111, Mixed Chorus 111 Annual Staff. Staff. B. Schuetz B. Gibb L. Kelley B. Weeks 1 Il.-.1 Y. Stinson F. Struzzo f ms D. Meads W. Baldwin ' .ea - ,Z rr n..1.......:- Viv-fl! X . f fi f -JM 714 . A -mr' 3 .1 V. Boling C. Neurner M. Morris R, lfhuk SEQ . , . 4 ' A . ' 1 :liU:l'.' .3:l61'?W":41 1 s -' Q - . .gem Q 'I 'ja 1 LQ . 1 . ,511 C. Kenslow D' Queen V- Miller N, Tyson M. Moore D. Myers D. Stephenson V. Thurman .6 R. vmmf 40 n m.....f. K. Svrimz W. Hqdle 4 - Z' , I-1 x .,f 145- . .4--L-nfl ,iw If . -1- X XX fs -ff . B'1"f ff 2' Q ' LQ- , - I I -. H. Olson 1 V x D. Smich B. Conne ll A. West ,L Ml, I' -,ff -f-Qi ,- , - Y f .-,,.- . - ,- '-21" A L b 1-Q-N.. l -: ' "iZ..'! .Q f will l'1 I ' D. Hughes B. Hayes B. Hayes R. Hoi: A. Coffelt D. Mitchell D. Copeland K D- Darling P. Peck R. Neumer B. Storer J' Davis C. Reyes B- Hines R. Berry B. 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Adams Helen Marie Miller Bruce Davis Beverly Holmes John Oots Louis Mercier Betty Brandon Edward Musil Bernice Eder Fred McDonald Dorothy Hart, Henry Harris Mary Call Mary Moore Bill Rodgers Ruth Rodgers Lester Smith George Buck Betty VanDeBerghe Eugene McWilliams Doris Volz Betty Plumlee Marjorie McAninch Clara Mae Campbell Betty Cahill Joyce Stuermer Bobby Dobbs Donna Ferder Leonard Sutton is ..r' erl S r uv s -' V ' ' ,353 If 1 K 'til iii if ., 'E I WV' -4 +55 it ef 5'?A 'F 7 'lf'-I QE-3 if ig? n X g if f I .t kiln fa, 1 ' ei- +1 L Am, Floyd Brown Mary Lou Dominguez Leon Lambeth Karlene Ellerman 1 'F il r . -.ia - age ,t . 'L . fag' Q.. :Ei ' w J ... ' -' 15" a,Q, ?,f 'gewo WHT? HE l 'ul' - 1: W ll -F , 'Z V' I ul' e 4 'Heike L WWW R55 te, . w?Q ., if- .: f f'L . 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'I not, .L . :- . my A ff 'A Jim Collier Sue Peniston Fobby Joe Johns Bill McCellan Jane Smith Robert Godard Maurice Wilcoxson Anna Lou Fithen Hugh Crockett Jewell Oliver Walter Shultz Shirley Pennel Dorothy Jennings Manuel Mendez Dolores Dudley David Peck Doyle Fagan Jack Kyle Lawrence Hurst Edwin Kenslow Wanda Keith Fichard Brown Frank Misner Nettie Brewster Shirley Houchin Pete Storer Shirley Cummings Dale Trent Doris Hale Leroy Pratt Ansel Dignon Marion Mannen Pobert Bishop Helen Sharlee Linton Newman Marilyn Crum David Mollett Charlie Dotson Grace Graham Robert Carson Beverly McWilliams 45 Jimmy Rodgers bi .1 K ff 1 1 l ka N " u 1 -if-' ..,, " ,.. 1 i '25 A J fi yisa li l ' J ll ,F D, A 1 gfwjk.1., ' 1'-, A Y ,J - .4359 U V ' I A J fins! ' f 'Jw , si J T V A , I , , Q ,:,. .Ak .1 I -se' f S B ,I 7--, - in Tl? 5 1 bi Nm., K -n ,HQlla- -1sf"1:7fi-gwfr'-, ll- Jgz. 1, , N.. . 'ii 1 Minn.. Y 1-J fail? .. Lloyd Peck Jeannine Hoit Wayne Franklin Petty Roberts QR I 5211 ' K ' il 4 1, if .f J al ,,,, 1 -Q y yaalf 2: - I aslallllly -'P i1qiJg'T -gr' J' ilts T SQ' L' T f"h 5 We M ' '1fwQ M y it ,Q www H fzww ' A, ff ff ff If , g ff Q 1 Doing dishes is fun, if you take foods- A good game of Soccer in boys gym-- These people are learning about curves and figures, geometry-- Experimenting in the chemistry 1ab.-- The clothing class is learning stitch in time saves nine'-- Artists at work-- that UA Leonard Smith polishing his lamp-- Sociology class taking a test-- Modern version of hunt and peck system-- xz 1 'Sv l,A-H L .4-' up- Q1' Hg ku BOYS ENSEMBLE A 4th Row-- Simpson 3rd Row- 2nd Row- lst How- Millsap, Connell, McClellan, Carter, -Morris, Matney, DeFries, Holland. -W. Brown, D. Worthington, Holmes. -H. Pearson. BOYS GLEE CLUB 4th How-- DeFries, 3rd How-- 2nd How lst Row- MH. JOHNSON Director Millsap, Matney, Carter, Johnston, P. McClellan, Connell, Simpson Holland. Adams, Buie, Hauk, Hichard, H. Beatty, Frye, Morris, Stratton. --Potter, D. Worthington, Caster, F. Smith, McDonald, Myers, Hunter -M. Bush, Holmes, Moss, Boley, Morgan, H. Pearson, Mr. Johnson. I!!! GIRLS GLEE CLUB 3rd Row--Carriger, Ragan, Matthews, Beatty, Zuma Corriston, Finkemeier, A. Eder, Fithen. lt, Geotze, Bush, Burton 2nd Row--Barau, Grinter, Shea, Call, Corkhill, Ferder, McAnich, Dotson, Mil- ler, West, lhusler. lst Row--S. DeFries, Christian, Rodgers, Oliver, Reynolds, Jones, M. McAnich, Jennings, Pemberton, Couts, Dudley, Mr. Johnson. LOWER PICTURE 4th Row--Hughes, McClellan, Carriger, Storer, B. Steurmer, Roberts, Roudebush, Longnickel, Willard 3rd Row--Volz, Dudley, Oliver, Hufford, Graham, Plumblee, Darling. 2nd Row--Whitworth, Stewart, A. Klamm, J. Smith, Smith, Tarwater, Houchin, Robertson, Classan, Hinds. Penniston, Elsen, Couts, B. Eder, Fagan, Cummings, Hadle, Hauk, Richarson, Barker, Jennings, Worthington. lst Row--Dominguez, D. Neumer, R. Neumer, Gatton, Hart, Hayes, Davis, Reyes. GIRLS ENSEMBLE 3rd Row--Call, 2nd Row--Hadle, 1st Row--Grinte D. DeFries, VanDeBerghe, Bush, Steurmer, Willard. West, Ferder. r, S. DeFries, Christian. DRUM CORPS Third How--Houchin, Hughes, Reynolds, Penberton, Dressler, Storer. Second How--Fithen, Plumblee, E. McAninch, McDaniel, M. McAninch. First How--Hadle, Stinson, Dudley, Pearson. eA,, MIXED CHOPUS Sth Row-7Burton, Beatty, Millsap, P. McClellan, Carter, Johnston, Morris, Connell Simpson, S, UeFries, Steurmer, Bush, Eder, Hadle, McDaniels. 4th How--Ferder, Plumblee, Zumalt, Hauk, Matney, Holland, Buie, Richards, D. Smith Corriston, Tyson, Hagan, D. DeFries. 3rd How--Call, Schierbaum, Geotze, Chster, Stratton, Myers, McDona1d,I1 Worthington Holnes, Pearson, Houchin, Storer, Reynolds. 2nd How--Dotson, R. Worthington, Crum, J. Smith, Miller, E. McAnich, Robertson, Wil lard, Shea, Grinter, Boling, Hughes, Classen, Nuener. 1st How--Christian, Jones, Hinds, Pierce, B. Smith, Longnickel, Finkemeier, West Corkhill, Hart, Davis. l 4. .. Ali 50 ii1 S .init 1 i 1 50" Pe BAND Q Fifth Row--Palmquist, Depoe, Stuermer, S. UeFries, Stevenson, Carter, Brown, Berry, Millsap, Burton, Stratton, F. Brown. Fourth Row--D. Smith, Gibb, Michael, Peck, M. J. Moore, Tyson, Corriston, Claasen, M. A. Moore, Thur- man, Olson. Third How--Campbell, Schultz, Hufford, D. UeFries, Grinter, McClellan, Meads, Morris, Simmons, Queen, Hines. Second Row--Mr. Johnson, Klamm, Colas, Swartz, Pearson, Coffelt, lhrt, Longnickel, Crockett, Meisner, Bush. First Row--Davis, J. Smith, McWilliams, Penniston, Hayes, Boley. SWING BAND S. DeFries, Mr. Johnson, Berry, D. DeFries, Caster, Thurnmn Pearson, Gibbs, Bush. -sz' val rf. 'minus' 5 QQJM 4' . Q. 1. .Q ,K . Mimi Ilitl vlillilf X-I' DeFries and Potter reign as King and Queen of Hearts--Cheer leaders Cut Turner Off--Teachers turn dramatists--Campus in January--Juniors present 'Winning Winnien--Sweetheart waltz at Valentine dance--Pep Club sponsors flower gar- den dance--Hicka Chicka Boom and a basket, with an enthusiastic crowd--Pepperettes spell pep as well as have it--Peace celebrated with a concert--Smith and Buttinger reign at Pep Club dance--Swing band and their famous nGremilin Balln--Soloists at music festival at Lawrence-- nlndiann entertains at pay assembly. N' , if, J f if '27 f u W 'C - fvlrglQ1 R .. ....- -fi- .fav- .1 4? 9 r , 'A fi :J ,e 'Q 0 413 Q 53 sa i 49 55 Marilyn Bush Home Coming Queen mf!- Queen and her attendants-Dorothy Jennings Freshman Delores Meades-Junior, Marilyn Bush Queen, Jeanne Grinter-Senior, Clara Mae Camp bell-Sophomore. Game Captain Jr. Worthington crowns queen- Band marching during half-- Band playing school song-- - Tw , - ervy-'vw Wm 'r.,.,...,,W -Y ' "1'Y" hai, 9 13 ' C ,fir S 41 h f fflv ' " it -"a 1 ' -ff., , ' 5 2 ' 1,b4 jifi, 'TEAWOBK' , ,-.,f-- . ,..f ,. ,,.f-fn.. . f e ff ,4 fs h ,g..'.., D YQUYBP-LL From, how, Keir mo nghx.: CAttoXXg Yranhliug Xkrohg Uobhsg Snirhugg Gahrieh harhourg Bro-om. ,4 Second BOWI1 ', Waugh, ireshmau coachg Beardg P-damsg Edie: Casson hursm P18211 Oossg WU- 5 Xiansoug Smart.-1.3 Pahuquist., Superinneudenc. Third how: I 'Yteuty Morgaug Bichatcy Sohnsoug Hayesg Carmen Smimhg Erieg 'Normhiugtouz Sum- I nom Fohin. Fourth Bow ' - ' ' C U ' Marmiuddey Johnstown 4 Btu., Coachg NKo1Xeu,g Dasrxsg Mamey, Name, Mc e an, ' ' S nh ts, Assistant Coach. 'Yysoug Hughes, Johns, me e Fifth Bowl: Yllernnug Braumigang haniiehh Harris, howernoug Sheppardg Yagaug Shen Car- sony Boing McCeX1au. 55 '4 I 1 Rob Hayes BACK K I-,X 4 Doyle Fagan BACK xN Pat McClellan L 4 K h W 1 4 H TACK LE el?lAO2o 3 LPEACQWE mm BOEUEQEM ' Summary nf On September 21, 1945 the lurner Fears met the ever vicious Argentine Mustangs on the Turner Field. The Bears led until the 3rd quarter when the Nustangs put 2 touch- downs across the goal line, making the score 13-12, The second game, on Septemher 28, Bears journeyed to Leavenworth to meet Pioneers, in what proved to be a thrilling Jim Stirling BACK the the game: but Turner came out on the short end of a 6-0 scorn Bob Tyaon CENTER Er z COACH Osawatomie Came Leonard M9tn9Y Clarence Hurst Bob Beard Litton Worthington END BACK GUARD BACK 56 Jack Carter Tex Johnston David Sm'th A ld K ' CENTER TACKLE GUARDI rnEUARDent Haroligqgx ch' rt Bob Williamson the Season BACK In the first league game of the season on October 12, Rosedale defeated us 32-6. From there on out, the bears were on the ball. We defeated Bonner, onOctober, 19, by a score of 14-75 Washington Rural, on October 26, by large margin, 31-0: Kansas State School for Deaf on November 1, by a score of 26-12. Our last game of the season with Osawatomie on November 9, ended with a 29-13 score in the Bears favoh Jay C. Adams Leonard Mamie END TACKLE CAPTAIN Kansas State School for Deaf Game 57 Bill Hayes Gaylord Swartz Albert Johnson George Pretz Lloyd Erie RACK END END GUAPD END F ,A I. n A, EKl.cEunner-UP 1, 2 31 IVL .5 ,k , .K , 'f if x 2 7 ' e 52 72 AQ Kiwi 1' 7 2 7 4 2 ' 4. ., 7 1 ,2 7 'Junior Worthington Rob Beard Bob Hayes Roy Wilson Guard Forward Forward Center , 4-.3 .X , X! se 2 X YE! s Sm, Ar entine.. .. 23--- 34 Se Re d 5 ason cor Rosedale .....,.. .. 21--- 25 Bonner Springs ...... 45--- 19 P. THS CP Wm. Chrisman .,.. .. 40--- 35 Ottawa ...... .... 1 6--- 22 Washington ""' " 31"' 21 Argentine .... . . . 20 14 Leavenworth "" ' ' 460' 38 Osawatomie .......... 31--- 15 Ottawa. .I ...... . . . 27 32 Leonard Mamie Wm. Chrlsman.. ..... 37 29 Cuard Rosedale ...... .25 26 ' Tournaments Leavenworth.. . .... 27 32 Jim Stirling 1 Pem Day ....... .... 3 5 25 Guard gmmacu ata .....,.... it-0 jig Bonner Springs ...... 29 17 sawatomle' ' ' ' ' "' Washington .... ..... 3 5 33 pat Mgfflellan Rosedale """' ' ' 34"' 31 DeSoto ...... .... 3 3 23 Center Sacred Heart .... .. 39--- 53 58 T1 N X E MJiE?EW " Tournanent Tbn--Left to Right-- Back Row--G. Sheppard, R. Wil- son, P. McClellan, L. Mamie. Center Row--L. Worthington, D, Smith, B. Hayes. Front Row--Coach Frtz, H. Beard, J. Stirling, L. Kroh 1' Managers--Left to Right-- Carroll, Oots m Waubh Coach ASSL Second Team--Left to Right- - Back Row--Rule, U. Vcflellan Fagan, Collier, Howerton Pretz. Center Row--Carson, Dobbs MacDonald, Brown, Johns. Front Row--Harbour, J. Worth ington, V. Kroh, Hurst, Joliff F3 05 Q i U , .,. , wfgqwf 'IE AV' b i' ' ' li r 1 El 6 'Q Sz 011,5- 3 0 515 W 01+ -4 3rd Row--Brown, Wilson, Millsap, Bush. 2nd Row--H. Matthews, B. Huff, Jr. Worthington, Morris Stewart 1st How--Willianson, R. Neumer, Holmes. absent---Crum. 2.35 V41 . i 5... I ?.wm4 M, 9 F' ' 'Q-www? WY' 3rd Row--Erie, Wilson, Jr. Worthington, L. Smith 2nd Row--Pierce, Brown, Bush, Plumblee. 1st Row--Jolliff, Rodgers, Penniston, Young. absent---Burton. 60 gi? 1 .'1A AIAA f i ljf: , , , . , Algebra lish Robert Carson, Pat McClellan, Elea- Wayne Sherrill, Bob Tyson, ROY Hauk, nor Robertson, Anna Lou Fithen, Bob HHYCS, Clarence HUFSUA Pansy Pierce. Study Hall Aeronautics Leonard Matney, Larry Tiderman Dgn- David Smith, Juanita Zumalt, Helen nis Worthington, Neal Alleman, Jim- mie Stirling. Finkemeier, Alice Eder Typing A General Shop Nadine Breedlove, Dale Simpson, Doyle Fagan, Gerald Sheppard, Pete Lloyd Erie, Helen Olson, Lorraine Storer, Wayne Franklin, Bobby Johns, Kelly, Irma Rupard, Frieda Barau. Norman Nealy, Nhrvin Kroh. 61 ., 4 English Bruce Buie Leroy H own, Nina Couts, Beverly McDaniels, Ardyth Geotze, Herb Pearson, 4 General Science Betty Roberts, Karlene Ellerman, Shirley McClellan, Sue Penniston, Jack Woods, Robert Cooper, Gloria Whitworth, Joseph Struzzo. Band Stanley DeFries, Jack Carter, Bob Caster, Robert Stratton, Joyce Steurmer, Beverly Gibbs. CHEER LEADERS Boling, Pierce. THFWHUCF1 Shea absent-Campbell. PEP CLUB OFFICERS 2nd Row-Georgia Brown, Doris Collier. 1st Wow--Jeanne Grinter, Marilyn Bush. 4. l l 4th Row--B. Smith, Beatty, Corriston, Bush, Steurmer, Collier, Collier, Burton, Geotze, G Brown, Storer, Longnickel. 3rd Row--Peck, Hughes, Fithen, Willard A. Eder, Classan, Tarwater, Shea, Moore, Thurman, Cum- mings. 2nd Row--J. Smith, Gibbs, Burau, Morris, H. Matthews, Pierce, Boling, Mcllaniels, Grinter, Young 1st. Row--Rodgers, Couts, Jennings, Stinson, D. Smith, B. Hayes, Davis. 62 1 i I l Wi 4nh 3rd 2nd lst, Pow Pow Row- Row Si ler, D Hayes, Tyson, Carter, McClellan, Johnston, Wilson, Matney, Harris Caster, Brown, Williamson, Erie, Nowerton, U. Smith, Fagan, Adams, Carson. -,lk-. Worthingtmrn, Richards, Oots, Buie, Dobbs, McWilliams, Beard. Nlr. Frtz, Carroll, Harbour, l,. Kroh, G. Swartz, Sutton. T'CLl'U OFFICERS 2nd Row--.Ioe Mamie, Roy Wilson. 1st Flow--Jr. Worthington, Jimmie Stirling. 2? 475 l K HI-Y CABINET Millsap, Carter, DeFries, Carroll Tiderman, Brown, L. Smith. Q f' Z fits. , 5' , A N y . Q Hun llll"' 5th How-- 4th Row-- 3rd How-- 2nd How-- 1st Bouv- Hauk, Simpson, Tyson, Martindale, Johnston, Imhoff, Sheppard, Collier, Carter, DeFries, Richards D. Smith, L. Smith, Jr. Worthington, Tiderman, Millsap, Morris, C. Hurst, L. Brown, Buie, Storer G. Swartz, Miller, F. Brown, McDonald, F. Struzzo, Williamson, Davis, Kroh. J. Struzzo, J. Worthington, Higgins, Srying, Cooper, B. Swartz, L. Hurst. Brown, Lucas, Carroll, Follin, Pearson. 64 O -.. I 5th Row--Thrwater, Geotze, Longnickel, Breedlove, Ellerman, Burton, Steurmer, Stephenson, Palmquist, B Smith, Storer, Roberts. 4th Row-- Plumblee, 3rd Row-- 2nd Row-- 1st Row- - Stewart, G. R. CABINET Burton, Delores Collier, Stephenson, Doris Collier, Steurmer, Palmquist, Gibb, Goetz, West, Hadle, Storer, Mat- thews. Ragan, Darling, Call, Hoit, Carriger, McClellan, Willard, Classan, Hughes, Finkemeier, M. Moore E. McAnich. B. Klanmt Michael, Meades, Cbrkhill, Graham, Ferder, Penniston, Peck, Morris, Queen. Elsen, Olson, Hauk, Carriger, King, Simnwns, Hufford, Hadle, Gatton, Cahill, Richardson. ' Barker, Hart, VanDeBerghe, M.NkAnich, Barau, Gibbs, Couts, Whitworth, J. Smith, A. Klamm, Jennings, Dressler, R. Worthington, C. Reyes, Christian. Oliver, Dominguez U, N. 1 .' . 4 ' . 5, s Af . f- 4 . 'ef' 1. P- 161 A .,- I n 4g4,y.f, .-ffm ...N - - '2'gf'jt., ,. 0 vp-- Q, ' ' - -:ijt 1 -ar5KfHif,' Qf, N' ' I X' ' x. " 4 . .' 9 ' 2 7 'iii Qgww i QT ' 4 1--131.15 f ' . "5" fa w 1 nggdl "' -. 'J-. " .ua f , sip .4 Mx. .X 3 , '- V' ,, ri N 5 f,LWA 3255 . - if . g- ' 1 V ,X :mm ' d f" 'i fl M .li .-15? P 1 ' "" A ,.. 4 4 ' 'W Q , ' ,, 5,4- iw, f li ' tandley DeFries usic and Dramatics Jr. Worthington Z Athletics and Government ill. 3 if ga! Leonard Mamie Marxlyn Rush hi?:a Yii rig? ,V M i? , , , . .n. Q . 3? f17i-i::"s 5 X , , aifyy J' Q, . :qvhQgg Qg5gwQn Bill Mi11Sap Music and ' "' is ' 9 ' 5' . '- ax, f I my 3 .JJ,',.,- .7-1 jg ,, i f,g?3Ei21 ,?fE5f awww v,Zf. ' 5545! ff x 1' - :iv-I f- V . .'f'3r'fs.,5gQ6 Dramatxcs 3 bm. ,gm ,V nr. fr'- V1 "?33:"'e" xi!-f L 2,2 Wagyfyc 6 1. 1 V - Q?1fif+I'f A K: 1 A x f' gi-iam .W - 85' AMF? ' Q . : 4 K -V 5 Vdg,w, . 'MPP 4' ,- 'SIP ,gf -Nilinfif J' . '. 1+ l . 30 2.gif-, via , . 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Ewdyeaf Semfe Stores HARDWMRE-cooKs PAINT More People Ride On Goodyear Tires Than WALLPAPER Any Other Kind 920 Minnesom Ave. DRexel 1070 25 Motfooohion Avo- F a. 7161 ummm mvrmc commit Thompson Gofooo ' "The Light House of Kansas City" Q55 .. Qil 1 Auto Repair Repairs Runqes Fixtures Appliances Water Heaters Ai. 1996 - Tow In S6l'ViCB 753 Minn. Ave. DRexel 0100 Turner Kansas Reynolds Iewelry Company May Your Highest Ambition Be Realized Jewelry Diamonds Gifts Hamilton, Elgin, Bulova Waltham Watches Sheafier, Eversharp Pen 6. Pencils Electrical Appliances FA 72I I 30I0 Strong 72 Jlly's Gilt, Bank 81 Spnrt Shop letra Beauty 81 Barber Shnp Greeting Cards - Lending Library Give Your DIY Hair New Life B ks 81 GH With Style cmd Comfort oo i s Hair Cuts -o- Permanent: 3415 Strong Ave. 3 S 115 trong COmp'ime"+S of IOI-IN'S A G STORE George Good Things To Eat 3417 Strong Dry Goods 3416 Strong Avenue Phone FA 6080 BREWER MARKET Turner, Kansas DR 8557 Congratulations from KILL . , Home ot Pure Pork Sausage lllerts arhecue ,-,,,,,,, Mm, A. SAMPEY MOORE, Prop. Turner Bridge 6: 32 Highway 73 KRITZLER M0103 00. 11.1.1 m.v..... summon mcernonw snnvwn Soles cmd Service 3419 STTOITLQ' DRGXG1 6558 Ports cmd Accessories Radios Refrigerator' Appliances DR 5200-01 1150 Minn. Ave. Records Record Players J. R. BAUMAN, Prop. Complimenis Of 1 Sinclair Gas fr Oils GQLD S DEPARTMENT STORE 300 St A . K. C., K . Tong Ve cms Shoes - Ready 'ro Wear Phone FA 6129 3008 Strong Ave. FA 9870 ARGENTINE CML 00. TIRLI GMO'l'0l1 20l3 Met Ave. 300l Sfrong TO THE CLASS OF '46 BEST WISHES 8: CONGRATULATIONS FA 4600 FA 5900 74 HOKE AQND SMITH S. A. BOTTOMLEY DRUGS Realators and Insurance FA. 7134 Fa. 6100 3504 Strom 3118 Su A . KANSAS cm, KANS SIMMONS FINKEMIER BAKERY ' KAR1 FINKEMIER - Cakes and Rolls For A11 Occasions NONE BETTERI FEW AS GOOD! 1404 SO. 37th FG. 5775 3105 Shrong Ave. Kansas City, Kaus. SAND-CRUSHED STONE and American S CQ. 1:-Q' 0050 Turner, Kans. I. W. BOTTOMLEY L ANI, N FAMOUS FOR PRESCRIPTIONS GIFTS GREETTNG CARDS CANDY A GUM PQ. 5814 3418 Strong Kansas City, Kans. TURNER KANSAS I-IALE'S FRUIT AND VEGETABLES WHOLESALE AND RETAIL TURNER, KANSAS T0 THE C1-ASS OF C. N. SWARTZ STORE 1946 GROCERIES AND HARDWARE .The 'Turner State Bank Dr. 9618 Turner, Kansas WISHES You THE STRENGTH TO 1 UPWARD .llfiy Cleaners EVER 3-DAY SERVICE SUCCEED 3502 Sm-mg PQ. 6180 76 ARNQI-,D'S ' E MONAHAN AND GRIMM A A. 1. D. DRUG STORE HARDW RE AND GARDEN SEEDS 3204 Strong Avenue FCI. 3416 STRONG AVE. FA. 5748 728 Minnesota CON GRA TU LA TIONS SUP RSIORE Kansas City, Kansa! Do You Know Iaccard's have a wide assortment of lovely gifts for Graduation Come in and let us show you. lACCARD'S 1017-19 Walnut Street Kansas City, Missouri 77 DESOTO PLYMOUTH POTTER MOTORS 'Sales and Service USED CARS Dr. 0190 1700 Minnesota ESTABLISHED 1884 The Fidelity State ank 10th and Central Avenue Kansas City, Kansas 22nd and Metropolitan MEMBER OF FQ, 7031 Kqngqs City, Kansas DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Congratulations ! Now that you've been graduated are you wondering what to do next? Well . . . whatever your plans, remember Reddy Kilowatt, that dependable electric servant, will be at your side through the years to come, aiding you in A all the annoying routine tasks of home and office. He's - ' E- 3 as close as your nearest switch and at half the cost of E 1 Q 1 E 20 years ago. T All -1, . 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