Uniontown High School - Eagle Yearbook (Uniontown, KS)

 - Class of 1951

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Esther Mosier Lower Grades asf' Majors English, Commerce Minors Science, Home E Activities Basketball, Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Band, Stu dent Council, Class Officer, Newspaper Staff, Pep Club Loretta Vanatter Sec Treas Majors nnglish, Commerce Minors Science, Home Ec Activities-Basketball, Jun- ior Play, Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Band, Class Officer Newspaper Staff, Annual Staff, Cheerleader, Pep Club. 4:5628 s--if "li Majors Enblish, Commerce Minors Science, Home Ec Activities Basketball, Jun ior Play, Glee Club, Student Council, Class Officer, News paper Staff, Pep Club A ,,, Vis., Theda Keith Reporter Majors English, Co merce Minors Science, Home Ec. Activities Basketball, Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Class Of- ficer Newspaper Staff, Annual Staff, Pep Club. .k 'N 4 f? ,, R, A v , N R C 'A A , .S - ' A Evelyn Ater-President Lois Middleton-Vice-President - CI - . If I 1 -30' f "" I' Bobby Todd Student Council Majors English, Commerce Minors Science, History Activities Basketball Football, Track, Junior Play, Band, Student Council, News paper Staff 44' fi-fi an-V' Shirley Felt Student Council Majors English, Commerce Minors Science, Home E Activities Basketball, Jun ior Play, Glee Club, Mixe Chorus, Band, Student Council Class Officer, Newspape Staff, Annual Staff, Pep Club d I I' ,ax 433 :Q """t-vc Bernlta Stine George Armer Majors English Commerce Majors English, Science Minors History, Home Ec Minors History, Kath Activities Basketball, Glee Activities Basketball, Club, Newspaper Staff, Pep Football, Track Club . ,X 2. x s Q f. -wb 1 J V f I ' if A I X . xr -- Vs' , V i I f Q . 3 I .. , - c. Q , 0 ' its cccc,c.s , sc X w :wr a gg? 1 ali - nvy , ag Y Cx M' ' 3 i e ' e M'7'S'f"'N w-we 'ul' f' GCN. rl... Marilyn Adamson Majors English, Com merce Minors Science, Home Activities Basket ball, Junior Play, Glee Club, Mixed orus, Student Council, News paper Staff, Annual Staff, Pep Club Earl Ward Majors English, Com merce Minors History, Sci ence Activities Basket ball, Football Track Mixed orus, Band, Newspaper Staff Eldon Luker Majors English, Com merce Minors History, Math Activities Basket ball, Football Illah May Mason Majors English, Com merce Minors Science, Home Activities Basket ball, Glee Club, Pep Club Bonnie Bolinger Majors English, Com merce Minors Science, Home Activities Basket ball, Junior Play, Glee Club, Newspaper Staff, Pep Club Don Typer Majors English, Sci ence Minors History, Math Activities Basket ball, Football, Track Junior Play, Class Of flcer 'ima YW W5 FEA l -swf peg :sg 1':k gulf' QP M-J ,QQYVS Richard Smith Majors English, Com merce Minors Science, His tory ACt1V1t16S Basket ball, Football, Track Mixed Chorus Poger Ramsey Majors English, Math Minors Science, His tory Activities Basket ball, Football, Track, Junior Play, Mixed Cho rus, Band, Student Council, Class Officer Dale Mealman Ma1ors English, Com merce Min rs Science His tory Activities Basket ball, Football, Track Junior Play Eugene Vanatter Majors English Sci ence, Minors History, Math Activities Basket ball, Football, Track Junior Play, Mixed Cho rus, Class Officer Wesley Chambers Majors English Com merce Minors Science, tory Activities Basket ball, Football, Mixed Chorus, Newspaper Staff Charles Dalton Majors English, His tory Minors Science, Math Activities Basket ball, Football, Track 'In Q---' 'fake I4 i 'uw N-an UDB 1' Q-.7 i ,eil 415 ,ff YV' X ' ' YM! Z 6' --pup ,ik H Dale Gei er hajors nglish, Com merce Fino s :cience, His tory Activities Basket ball, Mixed Chorus, Band, Newspaper Staff Charles Dare Majors English, Com werce Minors Science, His tory Activities Basket ball Footoall, Track Tunior Play, Mixed Chorus Perry Bower Majors Unvlish, Nath Minors Science His tory Activities Basket ball, ixed Chorus Charles Grin Majors nglish me ce Minors Science iis tory Activities Football Track, 'ixed Chorus Charles Murphy Majors Tnglish cational Agriculture Minors Science cial Science Activities- Basket- ball, Football, Track Robert Roweth Majors-snglish, Com- nerce. Minors-Science, His- tory. Activities-Glee Club, 'EQ- 1llg iliv 2555 'K 1 -in-4 i Muni' 'sf 'if 6'1iY C Magix?-all We began our Freshman year with thirty five pupils Helen Nelson enrolled the second semester making our enrollment thirty six We elected the following officers President Evelyn Ater, Vice President Loretta Vanatter, Secretary Milton McK1nnis, Trea surer Eugene Vanatter, Reporter Leland Harness, Cheerleader Loretta semester and Miss Meeker took her place as teacher and as our sponsor Our first party was with the Seniors when we journeyed to Fort Scott and went roller skating and to the show Blanche Severy and Glenn Brown dropped school the second se mester There were thirty seven to begin our Sophomore year W elected our class officers the second week of school They were as follows President Uvelyn Ater, Vice President Roger Ramsey, Secretary Helen Nelson, Treasurer Loretta Vanatter, Reporter Leland Harness, Cheerleader Helen Nelson, and Sponsor Mr Rudisell On our first class party we went skating at the Iola skating rink The Freshmen were our guests at the party We had chosen from our class for waiters and waitresses at the Junior Senior Banquet the following twelve people, Bernlta Stine and Eldon Luker, svelyn Ater and Bobby Todd, Lois Middleton and Eugene Vanatter, Jean Brower and Don Typer, Helen Nelson and Roger Ramsey, Loretta Vanatter and Charles Dare We began our Junior year with twenty seven pupils We chose as officers the following President Evelyn Ater, Vice President Shirley Felt, Secretary and Treasurer Lois Middleton, Reporter Theda Keith, Cheerleader Loretta Vanatter and Sponsor Miss Corpolongo We had a party early in the fall We went to the show and roller skating in Fort Scott Later in the year after our pie supper we went to Elm Creek Lake on a wiener roast Our Junior Play was a big hit and we realized a nice sum The name of the play was 'It's Papa Who Pays Charles Dare as the Papa and Shirley Felt as the Mama made a swell pair Bobby Todd and Loretta Vanatter had the usual brother and sister fights Marilyn Adamson as a spiteful Aunt did very well Others in the cast were Roger Ramsey, Barbara Koch, Don Typer, Bonnie Bolinger, Eugene Vanatter, Lois Middleton and Dale Mealman We had the concessions at the football and basketball games to raise money to have a banquet for the seniors. The Junior Senior Banquet went off very well. We had as our theme nDown Mexico Way.' An orchestra from Pittsburg furnished music for the dance after the banquet. When we enrolled as Seniors we had twenty-seven in our class. Lois Pulliam dropped out the second semester and Robert Roweth en- rolled the second semester. Charles Dalton and Charles Murphy en- rolled as new students at the beginning of the year, Our first party of the year was a wiener roast at Elm Creek Lake. Afterwards we went to Fort Scott to the roller rink. Later in the year we had a chili supper at the school house. One of the tasks of the year was putting out the annual. Theda Keith, Marilyn Adamson, Shirley Felt and Loretta Vanatter worked very hard to its completion. Next came the Senior Play "The Adorable Imp", which was a big success. The cast was composed of six women and five men of whom had parts in the Junior Play. CN - 44 -in U J Vanatter, and Sponsor-Mrs. Pinner. Mrs. Pinner left us the last I - ' A . e in . One of the high lites of the year which we looked forward to was the Junior Senior Banquet The banquet was as wonderful as we had expected and the Seniors all reported a grand time Last, but not least, Senior Sneak Q51 We had looked forward to it with great anticipation all through high school It was just as much fun as we had anticipated Seriously, I believe our class as a whole, has been a congen ial and ever we thought well behaved class we go out into the world may we all be successful in what shall never forget our high school days, and with this we leave dear old Uniontown High School .lags -..-EENN fffff"""d",""' at imagine friends Tanner, the Seniors of 1951, being of sound mind Ccan you that?D, leave our most cherished treasures to all our Illah Mae Mason, leave my place at the mirror to Donna my ability to get along with Carl Bowen to Nettie Pearson, and a lock of my hair to be put on the bulletin board I, Dale Mealman, will my art in shooting pool to fred Steele, my ability in skipping school to Bill McCollum, and my interest in Doris Hess to my brother Leo I, Charles Murphy, leave my belt to William Grose, my flame, Jo Griffith to Richard Adamson, and all my American History papers KI d1dn't hand ln? to Mary Lee Williams I, Roger Ramsey, will my ability in sports to Richard Wilson, my bookkeeping pad to Lois Luker, and all my pep to Raymond Hartman I, Robert Roweth, will my 'brains' to Philip Shull, and my talkativeness to Donna Brown I, Loretta Vanatter, leave my sewater fugure to Margie Murphy, my ability in catching a Boyd to Neva Stainbrook, and all my office and Veteran work to Clara Ludlum I, Theda Keith, leave my ability to get along with teachers to Don Swisher, my freckles to Virginia Ramsey, and my smooohing ability to Margie Stine I, Shirley Felt, leave my cute giggle to Irene Dozier, my ability to write notes to Norman Stine, and my piano playing to Fred Hunziker I, Marilyn Adamson, will my beloved hair to Barbara Robinson and Ivana Brittingham, my basketball ability to Mary Lou Smith, and my used boyfriends to Shirley Cowan I, Lois Middleton, will my office job to Joan Richard, my pep and vitality to Joan Robinson, and my ability to copy to Alberta Pearson I, Evelyn Ater, will my promptness to get to class to Margaret Bower, my basketball suit to Betty Evans, and my ability in catching a man to Jo Griffith. I, Bernita Stine, will my sparkling blue eyes to Gerald Davis, my place on the basketball team to Esther McKee, and my happy smile to Melvin Dozier, I, Bobby Todd, leave Elaine to be wooed but not won to Johnny McCoy, my ability to get along with Corpy to Johnny Davis, and my winning ways to Betty Norton. I, Charles Dare, will all my old girl friends to Albert Ward, my rabbit hunting ability to Jim Spangler, and my old typewriter to any poor kid that gets hold of it. 0 As ' - do. We u - S X We-- I. eorbe A mer, leave Li in care of Bob Russell, my ability alonb witn Be tne Vilsteed to Ro er hecxmen, and my nel ht to Rlchsrd Cllrx Bonnle Bollnber, w'll Ty brown eye to Joan Bruner, my q let ways to Jecm Colvln, and my sho tninu brudes to Doris Hess Perry Bower, wlll my stodyin uoillty to Lloyd walker m g1FlfIl6DdS to Benny Nell, and my nmerlcan Hi torv boom to loward ose eslev C ambtr , will my typ n aoll ty to lVlH Hunzlker, mr wre t nv xoil ty t len 115 le, end my solllty to catch a Pearson to Lqrr larrlll Chxrl Fr m, wlll ry aslllty to be llte to class and et by Nlth it to Jer J, my nltnniwe .1nl1c' to Rex llrner, JWQ n illtw to er in tyrlnb to Don Boyd Plarlf lton, will my ooo wersonllity to orma Cooney, 1 on sic o WT er, ani ll mr ol rl 'rlenis to Bobby I1 :min er, I my L to olll rls get nimes to dlrn rd im ey, s to or e Holt und my wavy nair t llbert omlth my tallntss to Joan I ser, A y Qbil ty t et xlono xith the g rls to my orother enneth I lichxrd mltn, wlll my euiet ways to icy wllllams, my squale anrin bil ty to arren Cnimbers, and my uoillty to keep on typln after tne tlme IS up o Leon Taylor I, Jon Iyper, will my dlmples to flenn Hess, ny ood dis po ltion to Helen Jlck on, and my red shlrt to Donna Colvin I Jvene Manstter, wfll my DlOHl6 curls to Jim Holt, loud mo th to Jail Blssell, and ny bi , envy ork snoes to Lester xlchard a irq, vlll my nlo name for e to nlrley Bowen my nosey ways to T alma :lo , and my atilltj to cease fights between lovers to uh ter Crln I, Blll ar en, Keep Karine oecsuse I wonldn't -ant to ive her to lnyone, but I will leave my oooaxtesln sad to Vlrginla Cnr sty To the Junl rs, we lelve our unwsld bills ani the neadeche ol nuttin ol o per nn tie annqal mo tne re t rnool xe le Je our books, ilrty locxers and p peru ds To next res mun, I Ive oar n Joy snlles and high scnool's futlre oatloox o cpoy, e 1+ ve oar best w Slr3 fo the fature we aso int tne enb rs 0 me f cxl y ss the 1Hr1nlstrators of our estate the enlors of 199 Qffvfffx wwtgfiegffgf I, 3 5 'r 1 z . to get 1 r' ,M Eg ' ', g . 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On May 29, 1960 Earl Ward, a feature writer for the 'New York Times , was assigned to feature Uniontown's 35th Annual Alumni Festivity in his daily column Much to his surprise he found all his 1951 graduating classmates present having the time of their life I know you will all be interested in what they are now doing so here is the latest very prosperous cattle ranch in Nevada George Armer and his new wife Elizabeth are now operating their duck ranch in Oklahoma Evelyn Ater is working in a nursery while her husband Charley is working in a factory Bonnie Bolinger is now a very wealthy Beauty Parlor Operator in Los Angeles, California Perry Bower is now running the Bower Dictionary factory in Minnesota Wesley Chambers is now a famous bouncer at Shirley Felt's saloon in New York City Charles Grim has just taken up the Position of Dean at Harvard College Charles Dalton and his wife are now occuping and operating the Brown Derby in Kansas City, Missouri Charles Dare is doing nicely running his gambling house in San Francisco, California Shirley Felt is making many friends and making much money running her saloon in New York City Her name has been romantic ally linked with her Bar tender Gail Russell Dale Geiger is the new senator of Kansas He will take office in the early fall Theda Keith and Herb Headley are very happily taking care of their twelve red headed children on a farm near Mapleton, Kansas Eldon Luker has just received his fifth consecutive gold cup at the Indianapolis speedways Illah Mae Mason and Carl Bowen are settling down in their new home near Uniontown Dale Mealman has just been promoted to the presidency of the Bell Telephone Company Lois Middleton, since her graduation is taking up nurse's training in Kansas City In her spare time she helps at U S 0 dances Roger Ramsey is now the all star quarterback for Notre Dame University Richard Smith is now one of the greatest orators of the day. His speciality is Politics. Bernita Stine and her husband Donald Graham spend their spare time crusing in their new Yacht. Bobby Todd was crowned the heavy weight boxing champion of the world. Don Typer and Baby Doll are doing nicely operating the Metro- politan Opera House. Eugene Vanatter has now taken Gorgeous George's place in wrest ling, his blond curls have grown to hang to his shoulders. Loretta Vanatter and Dale are taking care of the two, new, little, red-headed Boyds, and are building hotrods. Bill Warren is now a mortition at the Warren mortuary in Springfield, Missouri. Charles Murphy is now a barber in Chicago and his speciality is the old fashion bowl haircut. Robert Roweth is busy being the caretaker of the National Cemetary in Fort Scott, Kansas. 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' L R . . n O .-V Congratulations To The Class of 51 Compliments of UNION STATE BANK Y Uniontown, Kansas MERCHANT SUPPL if COMPANY Candy School Supply Pxttsburg Kansas Emporxa Kansas Fort Scott Kansas BRUCE MARBLE 8: GRANITE WORKS Manufacturers of Fme Granxte Memorlals Fo t Scott Yansas Phone 580 Phone 986 Phone 3459 Phone 922 WALL STREET BODY SHOP Body and Fender lvvorks Wheel Allgning Frame Straightening 209 911 East Wall Phone 978 Fort Scott Kansas Headquarters for MYERS WAT ER SYSTEMS American Stanclzncl oc Kohler Plumbing Fixtures Let The Wa er DO The Runnmg General llarcl ,vare Holt Hardward Umontov n Kansas -M - v I Y V . . f l 0 . - an v ,, - n L ' ' 1 - - . VY , STROUD'S STORE Your-H G F Store The Gulde to H1 h Grade Food The home of Key Overalls Umontown Kansas I if 3' .rzffw 204 Nortn Caldwell FortS ott Kansas . . . . . CT 3 W . V Y 1 k 2" 5- 4- 4 -. " 1' 'V 1 fl -3' jx' -fr .mf Jas V-' . . Qi 1. 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INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER FORT SCOTT TRUCK 8: TRACTOR CO Fort Scott Kansas Congratulations Uniontown High School Farm Equipment Motor Trucks International Harvestor Products Congratulations to Uniontown And the Class of 51 Birthplace of the KONANTZ FUNERAL HOME Since 1885 Phone 400 One Standard of Service for 65 Years The Finest of All Regardless of Circumstance or Location Best Ambulance Service Day or Night -:WC7S.'l 2715- :-'- me Isl' 1"-:J-, 5152-' , 1: -211iL'iE'I 5 01:24-Irsa n, . - ' '- TI- , . Y . . I 7 A SPENCER 81 LEE MOTOR COMPANY Cnrysle 8. Plymouth Sales Service 16 S National Phone 184 Fort Scott Kansas SNYDER COMPANY Paint Feeds Seeds Coal Phon Lo '99 Lon D1sf.ance6O Uniontown Kansas ' if r , . - 7 Grain Building Material Hardware 8 CEE.. q 0' ' L ' 3 Y Compllments of ROSE OIL COMPANY Fort Scott Kansas PLAZA SHEET METAL SHOP Coa Gas Ox R00flng and Guttermg 25 Marmaton Fort Scott Kansas Phone 2391 Certified Lennox Dealer I 'l efreshmg is VI' . MNKII "' W Ill 6 A A? S U! I ' W XQGIAJSXNT-15 A FORT SCOTT COCA CO' A BOTTLING COMPANY 301 East Wall Fort Scott, Kansas Tom Branch Comphments of EASTERN KANSAS UTILITIES, INC Fort Scott, Kansas I 'P D ' I 'QFO .IT ' -Li ,., f' 4 w N. N rj . ' FN- R' , -I 2 S Q-L, Q 5 L:l?!E,sq,f.v x 62. Q .Vx gg-rr 'frfmcfgfn-m",1. .- ' gin: I In X -5. , ' .-fi ,N-' 4 ,Flow ' I N 4 , ff: ,,'--,S'zaAv".' , 4 .. - 'gym 5, , -'I' X ' - ' l - mx' 11- -ffl' " N J- .1 - , w . 1.'ig.fg-xg-51: , v .nga-. , ,nts X5 I e -, . ' .-1-,nl :,.'L:'4 , f. ,' ,K fx ' 5 Q x2a.,53?f,g,.,,Q 5.115ff-:?5ig:g,11"-?,,',f3,f 'yff "L -X . 5 fff Q' 'af 5:-41 y.,c11'f.gg'.. pg?'Lia..'.fC,1!'wa.:m ,aj ,. A" pg , ,I ' . " f V, ' - . ,. "'11",vS'4'-':IQ.f'L'!""'4v",'.I2fI"' A' sy. , I ' A S 41 . f . 'D' ma 44-wwf, 422: EUIITBTK' G' Q21 A A. i 4' . 'Q' 15 "Juli" '1-' ' 5 ' ff , . . . IQYYIID IN IIYV OI llll COCA-CGI! COIIAIV IV C' ' 5.4 . . MAXINE'S Permanents Cold Wave Han' Sets Umontown Kansas W STUDEBAKER S8168 Genuine an Studebaker .JCFVICC Parts CONARD MOTOR COMPANY 287 North Natlonal Fort Scott Kansas uallty Goods For Less Clothmg and Shoes L O W R Y S 16 North Maln Phone 1419 Fort Scott Kansas SE' LERS DAIRY 8. FARM SUPPLY DeLaval .Jepa ators an Mllkers We Also Repaxr Electrlc Fenc Char ers .Jwee er Electrlc Irons Toasters and Mllker Pul ators J C S llers Own r P1 :me .4 9 South Sxde Square Fort Scott Kansa d c' .- Y N 1 ' I , . I , it , , , " .r d ' for the entire famxly. . 4 . 3 9 I 5' .- 1 ' g 1 If ar , .. s . . e , e ! . .A fwqfn ' 1' A L44-1 . , 3 FARMERS SUPPLY Hardware Groceries Notlons Feeds Hlattvxlle Kansas B.c.TI-I S FOR BEST Produce Feeds Fe txllzers 119 N Humboldt Fort Scott Kan EARL S MEMORIAL HOME Funeral Servxce Ambulance Servlce 750 S National Fort Scott Kansa COMPLIMENTS ARCHRAMSEY Jnxontown Kansas 1 r- 9 . . . . X. , I . . . Y Y , sas 1 , 1 . of . I . . . I . 1 , 3 FOPT SCOTT ROLLER RINK Uptown Locatnon Hlghway 54 8: 69 CALL DR RICHARDSON Phone 1512 Fort Scott Kansas Deputy State Veternnarxan K and L STORE Staple and ualxty Food General Merchandlse Bronson Kansas Phone 63 Complxments of JOE RENNEDY Men s and Boy s Wear Foxt Scott Kansas t Qx . ll OH I 7 I is l 1- k . 1 7. Q. R , , , .. N McGINNIS MOTORS Sales Servlce lndxan Motorcycle Motor Rebulldmg an Cylmcler Reloormg E T McG1nn1s Proprietor 216 East Wall Street Phone 7 Fort Scott Kansas A MURRAY or Flne Dry Cleaning Phone 940 111 lrVest T1 1rd Street Fort Scott Kansas DeSoto Plymouth Sales an Servlce Genuine Chrysler Products and Parts SITES MOTOR COMPANY SALMON GROCERY Fancy Groceries Quality Meats I H Hartman Manager Gasolme 1 Greases 1521 South Natlonal Fort Scott Kansas 1 Hlattvllle Kansas I I y C. . F - f d I . . I 4 9 W Y d . 1 y K I I . . , ' I I . . , I 9 f CHEVROLET Sales Genuine an Chevrolet Sen xce Parts THE SHAW CHEVROLET ICS Scott Avenue Fort Scott WYMAN P ROGERS Florxst Flowers For All OCCRSIOHS Member Florxst Telegraph Phone 700 P O Box 406 1724 South Horton Fort Scott Kansas WATKINS Dry Goods eacly To Wear Phone 266 Fort Scott Kansas HILL BROS LUMBER Pratt and Lambert Palnts On the Plaza Phone 83 Fort Scott Kansas V , ' w.....T ... M... L' 'V aa ' rr cl Delivery Service Y I ' 1 I 0 so 1 0 L . CO. R I Y r Compllments HEPLER GRAIN AND IMPLEMENT COMPANY Hepler Kansas Glen Bollnger .Ir CITIES SERVICE STATION Tires Batteries I an Accessones Redfield Kansas Congratulatlons Semors SISSON S Fort Scott Kansas Compllments I-IEPLER CAFE Hepler Kansas I ' I ',. of , d I I 1 . I ' of I H BOLINGER CIIICS Servlce Products Full Ime of farm supplles Koolmotor O11 and Trojan Grease Phone 333 or 2203 Fort Scott Kansas Compllments BENNETTS ICE CREAM Font scott Kansas Compllments I LOCKWOOD S DRIVE INN Fort Scott Kan as Con plete Line Bulldmg Maternal I-IERRMAN LUIVIBIIR CO Phone 63 Fort Scott Kansas I l I I I , 9 7 , , of I 1 r ? J -5 ' , v I Compliments of MOSIER BARBER SHOP Umontown Ixanss FORT SCOTT DRUG CO. REXALL STORE Soclas Toiletries Stovers Chocolates Fort Scott kansas LUTES STUDIO We do everything nn Photography Copyxng Enlargmg Developing and Prmtmg Fort Scott Kansas JAKES CASA Good Foocl Prxcecl Rnght Dancm too on Saturday night Unxontown Kansas na 3 W FT' cb Q , 5 . - Q- I en .. 2. 'E. v n w ,.,. . C . H I no '-es . -I ' "1 sw , 3 T fb fh 3 ua . 9- , 93 5 . Q.. U .. O - 'T 2- ' N D.. - '4 '-l C -f 5 Q . -1 Compllments LAND S INN Fort Scott Kansas BROUGHTON MARKET GYOCCYICS Meats Feeds Clover Products Bronson Kansas Eat Banner Ice Cream Jersey ueen Butter Drink Banner Pasteurlzed Mllk BANNER DAIRY PRODUCTS Fort Scott Kansas A good market for your mllk and cream Congratulations to Uniontown I-Ixgh School Graduates SANDWICH INN John Png 4.13 S Mann Fort Scott - - I ' I P ' of 1 I , 7 l I 1 I Y , I. A Y , W A. I 3 l gl ,., . Allxs Chalmers DALE M WARREN Studebaker SCTVICC Sales Parts VETERINARIAN an an Residence Phone 2389 Offlce 13 West Oak Phone 0 Fort Scott Kansas Servlce Accessorles VVADU MOTOR COMPANY Phone 79 B1 onson Kansas HARRYMAN MOTOR 8: IMPLEMENT CO Parts Sales Service Buick 8: CMC Allls Chalmers Phone 314 1706 South Natlonal Avenue Fort Scott Kansas Compllments CALHOUN S Fashlon Rxght Clothes or Ladles and Children Phone 2400 Fort Scott lxansas I A . d d 14 L A l O O A . of X ,Al - f , l Hamllton Elgm Bulova Wyler Mldo WATCI-Ir.S D I A M G N D S O L Newb rry Your Jeweler ,zu Carry Your Insurance With SAM I-IOLT Umontown Kansas Insurance of All Kmds or Complete In urance Protec tlon Call Thls Agency Fort Scott Kansas School Supplxes and Textbooks 551 00 an an C BEN FRANKLIN Store 20 South Mam When nn Fort Scott VlSlt Our Fountain Lunchenette Fort Scott Kansas LookAt LEEK S Store for Men Fort Scott kansas '--'--'- --tl 3 . 'I I l F , s - .. C I . . . I E A I ,I 5c . I cl cl Q 10 up V Compllments of CENTRAL SPORTING GOODS Authorized Winchester Servlce Brownmg Remmgton 107 S Mam St Phone 97 Fort Scott Kansas WINCI-IELL MAYTAG COMPANY Fort Scott Kansas Phone 432 Leaclershlp for over one half century Maytag Washers Maytag Home Freezers ayta Dutch Oven Ranges Maytag Ironers Clean Row Tractors Clean Cut Mowers Over 3000 Maytag Owners In Bourbon County When ln Umontown Stop At STEELE S SERVICE STATION For Phllllps 66 Gasolme Norris Motor Oxl Unlontown Kansas THE FORT SCOTT GREENHOUSE MarkW Weeks Owner Fort Scott Kansas Flower Phone 301 1 1' 1 N . 9 . . . ' IU? YL g I . . . x N . . 1 ' 9 N 1 . . . . . . r BLAND TRACTOR AND IMPLEMENT COMPANY Ford Tractor Dearburn Farm Equipment 14 16 Scott Avenue Fort Scott Kansas For better food Moderate Prlces Eat at WALT S CAFE 123 East lst Fort Scott Kansas COMSTOCK TEXACO S RVICE 123 Nortn Natlonal Fort Scott Kansas MUWQWW I 'us X ' iw GEORGE S CAFE South Natlonal Fort Scott Kansas I W I at . 1 I I ' l 7 1 - Q 4 A , 9 I O L.. .. ,- t ,.-...,.. .6- -' ffm. V4 .tk:'1-i". '-1c:!'!f9f'H'f ' -,L ,1 g7.:,gA:'f,Lfg7,1. gt, X, . 5 '2.wf.'1"m? ' Q. L--' I ,,'.:f,Q 'e'.Q',j2,!""Q,'E"1Q,'3I "'... . 1" ' Pg: - ,ff I - .L-:. , V . N - lA f M t .- ft ffl 5 -A K' 'A 1 .- ' wFE'3J4I? ' ' I i " 2-,X fig? - X L :I 4 4 :r"'f"' -. -- I s .1 X " o'u 'I I, 5 5 A '-'69, R A. . - Q -4? x V3 41' A 'xi , ' QQ Nluthcns-Carr. In 1 1 ix . W . 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