Vero Beach High School - Arrowhead Yearbook (Vero Beach, FL)

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M- TW5-M fi' K gf, i- 1-4 153, ,X ff' 3 6 ARRGWHEAD 1945 Pubhshed by ENIOR CLASS FGREWGRD In the fourth volume of the Arrowhead, our pur- pose has been, as in previous years, to bring Vero High before your eyes in the years to come and to aid you in recalling happy memories of your school days. We have done our best to make this volume of the Arrow- head representative of the school we all love. We hope you will enjoy it as much as we have enjoyed bringing it to you and will remember Vero High as we shall. A commonwealth has only a few things which make life worth the living at all-its traditions, its inheritance, its foundation stones of courage and sacri- fice, and its religion. Therefore this annual is dedicated to those boys and girls in service who are fighting to preserve these things. THE COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION OSCAR L. DUBOSE ......... Chairman MRS. RUTH SCHUMANN, C. T. BROWNE J. L. POWERS . . . Secretary and Superintendent 511. R BOARD OF TRUSTEES J. L. KNIGHT ........ . Chairman E. M. BECTON, J. M. KNIGHT WILLARD C. CHINN ...... . Secretary THE FACULTY was C l l vm rw- 5, 0 3 s WILLARD C. CI-IINN, Prinvipal aw 'gs . ,4-N C 155' Q M ,nv ,pl H 'L as. 1 'L ll 3 ' pzqsieffl M "W at as . lr gil ' 4' iff 5 iw 5 J 51. .Fe N' 3 cis wa .K A E- as . S 3 Qnfkgs ' s 7. -N :I lx xlllf lp Mx ,ylj 'N Firxf Raw Second Row Third Row Miss Juanita Anderson Mrs. Helen Hancock Mrs. Vida Lovett Miss Virginia Batchelder Mrs. Garnet Hanshaw Mr. Harold C. Mossey Mr. Leo S. Cahill Mrs. Margaret jones Miss Lila Nelson Mrs. Josephine Gibbs Mr. Frank H. Lodwick Miss Bethany Routh Mrs. Eloise Gossett Mrs. Madge Longaker Mrs. Catherine Sims ZQT Fourlb Row Miss Louise Taylor Miss Edna Walters Miss Pauline Whiddon Mrs. Georgia Whilden Mr. Clarence F. Whitney Mrs. Ila Helseth WHEN WE WERE VERY YOUNG ,.l 'www U .. if-1 lim 9' 165. rr A av, 1 1 1 we. 'S' l "" thi s ! 41' 1 1 .Q . , , . 1 " 1 ,, ,, .sv-i,-1 1 :. 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TJ1I71IJC3 N-NZ L- an-W x Q xy" I 'X mswmm .P SECOND WWW HUM SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Betty Tucker Clay Buckingham Jane Wykoff Bob Radin Secretary Presidwzf Vice-President Treasurer CLASS HISTORY In September, in the year of Our Lord, Nineteen Hundred and Forty-one, the dawn of the high school career of the senior class found us divided into two freshman groups under the lead- ership of Mrs. Gibbs and Mr. Graham. During this year the Hi-Y Club became a part of the activities of Vero High. Slowly but surely the time began to pass, and We became sophomores, having Mrs. Mur- phree, Mrs. Woods, and Mrs. Novoa as our leaders. We also witnessed the introduction of the Beta Club into Vero High. As time progressed, we became juniors and reached our half-way mark. At this time we elected Clay Buckingham, president, Eugene Ward, vice-president, Betty Tucker, secretary- treasurer. Our sponsors were Miss Taylor and Miss McClure, who directed the Junior Class play, GABRIEL BLOW YOUR HORN. Important social events of this period were the barbecue, given instead of the usual junior-Senior Banquet, and the Junior-Senior Prom, the music being furnished by the local Navy orchestra. The high noon of our career was reached when at last We became seniors. The officers for this year were Clay Buckingham, president, JaneWykoff, vice-president, Betty Tucker, secre- tary, and Bob Radin, treasurer. We elected Miss Batchelder and Mrs. Hancock our class spon- sors. As we looked around, we noticed a few vacancies here and there. The war had called some of the boys into the services of our country. Our class sponsored a series of dances to be held after football games. Characteristic Senior activities were Senior Class Play, Senior Skip Day, Baccalaureate Services, Class Night and, last of all, Commencement. After completing the ceremonies of graduation, with happy memories of the past and confident hopes for the future, we are calling it a perfect day. I VIVIAN ARMEDA ANTHONY "Pc'1'zfiU" "An ideal girl who Can't be beat." Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Beta 2, 3, 4, Sub-deb 4: Arrowhead photographer 4, National Honor So- ciety, Home Ec. Club 2. JESSIE LAVERNE ARMSTRONG "Bu1111ii" "I enjoy talking, that's why I talk." Band 2, 3, 4, Home Ee. Club Z, Glee Club 2, 3, 4. AGNES PAULINE BAKER ffAggn',, "Life is just what you make it." Glee Club 3, 4. MARGUERITE BARKER "Murgi4"' "Laugh and the world laughs with you." Beta 2, 3, 4, Sub-Deb 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4. IRENE BEATTY "Lively, humorous, and full of fun." Glee Club 3, 4, Home Ee. Club Z, National Honor Society, Junior Class Play, Blotter Staff 4. JAMES BLAIR "Oh, well, there is always tomorrow." F. F. A. 1, 2. CLAY THOMPSON BUCKINGHAM "Burk" "Talk he can, and talk he will, his tongue is very seldom still." Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Cap- tain 4, Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society, Junior Class President, Senior Class President, Band 2, 3, Cvlee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Blotter Staff 3, 4, Arrowhead's Art Editor 4, Student Coun- cil 4, Tennis 1, 2, 3, Junior Class Play, Letter- man's Club 2, XVho's Who 4. MARJORIE CALLAHAN "Chilly" "Here today, gone tomorrow." Band 3, 4, Arrowhead's Assistant photogra- pher 4, Transferred from Melbourne, Cheer- leader 3, Basketball l, 2, 3, Cadet Corps 3, Orchestra Z, 3, Assistant Editor "Chatter" 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Wl1ti's Who 4. NORMAN CARRAXVAY "Duk4"' "A sound mind in a manly body." Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Sgt.-at-Arms 4, Football 3, 4, Cwlee Club 4, Victory Corps 3. MARY ELLA CARRUTHERS ffsisf, "A smile is the trademark of a happy soul." Band 2, 3, 4, Home Ec. Club 2. as . 1 S ' f ma" f. . , - .,. . .. V . . yi it M. -M. z kr 4' if mfg. 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Football 3, 45 Basketball 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 F. F. A. 25 junior Class Play5 Glee Club 4. ROBERT GEORGE DUBOSE ffB0b,, "He likes to work, but he loves to loaf." Football 1, 3, 45 Assistant Football Manager 25 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 4. MARILYN DOROTHY ECKHOFF ffM0lly!l "With beauty and brains anything can be accomplished." Student Council 1, 35 Beta 2, 3, 45 Treasurer 45 Home Ec. Club 25 Assistant Editor of Blotter 45 Editor of Arrowhead5 National Honor So- ciety, Secretaryg Business Manager of Junior Class Play5 Who's Who 45 Citizenship Award 1. PHYLLIS MARION ETTERS "Star-eyes" "As many good points as a pack of pinsf' Glee Club 3, 45 Band l, 2, 3, 45 Home Ec. Club 25 Beta 3, 45 Blotter Staff 45 National Honor Society. ELSIE M. GLAAB "The Couf' "She knows the art of friendship." Band 2, 3, 45 Home Ec. Club 25 President5 Glee Club 3, 45 H. H. C. 25 National Honor Society. HERBERT SMITH GUY, JR. "Herb" "The reward of diligence is success." Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 45 War Bond Chairman 3, 45 Chaplain 25 Glee Club 15 Basketball 35 National Honor Society5 President5 Blotter 3, 45 Editor 45 Assistant Editor of Arrowhead5 Junior Class Play5 Cheerleader 2, 3, 45 Who's Who 4. MARION HELSETH "Maw" "Speech is silver, but silence is golden." Home Ec. Club 23 National Honor Society. FRANK HICKEY "Athletic everyone knows, you see his smile wherever he goes." Arrowhead's Sports Editorg Glee Club 43 Hi- Y 43 Transferred from Point Loma, Californiag Football 2, 33 Hi-Y 1, 2, 33 Glee Club 33 Let- terman's Club 2, 3. MARY ELIZABETH HINTON "Doll Baby" "Action is the proper fruit of knowledge." Band 2, 3,43 Home Ee. Club 23 National Honor Society. CLINTON JEANNETTE HOBBS "Clin-mmf" "Anything worth doing at all is worth doing well." Home Ec. Club 23 Secretaryg Arrowhead's Historiang National Honor Society. VERA JONES "I0m'sie" "A happy heart that laughs at care.', Band 3, 43 Glee Club 3, 43 Orchestra 13 Home Ec. Club 2. ADA MAE KERSEY rrAdt,'J7:n "Always ready for a good time." Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 43 Home Ec. Club 23 Vice-President 2s Drum Majorette 2, 3, 4. MARY ELLEN LISLE "A worker always willing to do her level best." Home Ec. Club 2g National Honor Societyg Vice-Presidentg Arrowhead's Class Editor. JOHN ROBERT MATTMULLER FFMKIHU "He will make as great a mark in life as he has in sports." Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 43 Victory Corps 33 Band 2,33 Football 3, 43 Football Manager 2g Basketball 23 Tennis 1, 23 Arrowhead's Assistant Sports Edi- tor. GEORGE R. METZ ffMctz,, "Never in a hurry and always lace." Band 4g F. F. A. 2g Glee Club 1. SGT. MAITLAND MCLARIN, U. S. M. C. "Mail" "Where there's a will, there's a way." Transferred from Randolph-Macon Acad- emyg Football 1, 23 Basketball 1, 2, 3g Baseball 1, 2, 33 Trackg Swimming 3. F. A E I " 'Nr C 0 i' -if - ,, 6' as -' Q 2 . x C ,FA- :r M f' y ,A X A 'cv 9 I ...gr- if .,,, ...au , .-I 'wi si 2 Xeiv M ,. T 5 as X R R-qv--' fs Q, . ,ww ,iw , . .J ,SS ,...., . Yi 5' vii ' gi 4,4 3: ' R as .1 . ' ' 4 .-,, . ' A at sp... ,. V . Q s. X-w.g.,,, . W -Q V ' '-fi . ' . f - 'flat f f i - ' -sggsaatzfe' was ' - if--., g's. gg., ROBERT VERNON RADIN "Dinlz,y" "Do not judge value by size." Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Junior Class Play, Student Council 4, Senior Class Treasurer, Tennis 1, 2, 3, Who's Who 4. ROBERT LEWIS REESE "Liked by all who know him.', .Hi-Y 4. MARTHA LUCILLE RICKS ffLucy,, "A faithful friend is the medicine of life." Home Ec. Club 2. GWENDOLYN JEAN RYMER "Lovely in a charming, quiet Way." Sub-Deb Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4, Beta 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Blotter Staff4, Cheerleader 3, 4, ArroWhead's Assistant Business Manager, junior Class Play, Queen's Attend- ant, Who's Who 4. DONALD SCOTT "Scottie" "Good things come in pairs." Hi-Y 3, 4, Football 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, Glee Club 4. DOROTHY SCOTT ffD0t,, "Exceedingly small." Beta 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Arrowhead Staff-Class Will, Junior Class Play. DOROTHY MARIA STECHER "Petunia" "School is all right when there isn't anything else to do." BETTY JEAN TUCKER "Tucker" "None but herself could be her parallel." Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 3, 4, Beta 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Student Council 4, Secretary 4, Junior Class Secretary-Treasurer, Senior Class Secretary, Citizenship Award 1, Junior Class Play, Sub-Deb 4, Football Queen 4, Who's Who 4. FLOSSIE JANE WALKER "Variety is the spice of life."' Home Ec. Club 2. EUGENE WARD ffleepv "Sports are to be played, not talked of." Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Tennis 1, 2, Vice-President of Junior Class, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 2, Sgt.-at-Arms 3, Secre- tary 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, President 2, Letterman's Club 1, Junior Class Play. BARBARA WHITE "Sister" "Carefree, gay, and full of fung she is liked by everyone." Band l, 2, 3, 45 Beta 2, 3, 4, Drum Majorette 2, 3, 45 Sub-Deb 3, 4, Home Ec. Club 2. WILLIAM COLLINS WOOD ffBill!! "Sing your troubles away." Glee Club 1, 2, 4g Band 2, 45 Key Club lg Secretary. 3 LOIS JANE WYKOFF A "A willing heart, a helping hand, always ready on demand." Cheerleader I, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, Secretary 2, Beta 2, 3, 43 Vice-President 2, Presi- dent 3g National Honor Society, Blotter Staff 4, Assistant Editor of Arrowhead, Junior Class Play, Who's Who 25 Sub-Deb 1, 2, 3, 4, Presi- dent 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 President 3, Vice- President of Senior Class, Queen's attendant. CLASS MOTTO "They conquer who believe they can." Class Colors Class Flower Red and Gray Gardenia LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT We, the members of the graduating class of 1945, being of sound OJ mind and body, do on this momentous day, hereby will and bequeath upon our fellow sufferers the following: To the "Three Musketeers", Reeser, Hinton, and Rice, are left the shy and quiet manners of "Moon Mattmuller, Frank Hickey, and "Duke" Carraway. To Alma Lee Loy, Phyllis Etters bequeaths her loud and boisterous ways. To Peter MacWilliam, Marilyn Eckhoff graciously donates her ability to make straight F's. To Marion Mattmuller, Mary Ellen Lisle gladly submits her "Betty Grable' shape. To Mary Etters, Barbara White wills her "peacock" strut. To "Pork Chops" Yates is left the "VargaGirl" figure of Clinton Hobbs. To Jane Dupree, Margie Callahan leaves her "blarney". To Horace Gifford, Bob Metz willingly donates his "Clark Gable" technique. To the "Wolf Pack", Clay Buckingham relinquishes Jeanne Peterson. To Betty jane Bailey, Elsie Glaab and Mary Ella Carruthers leave their talkative ways. To Bill McCluskey, Bill Woods bequeaths his effeminate way. To Buford Ingram is left Marguerite Barker's pep. Betty Tucker submits her title of Miss V. B. H. S. to some junior girl. May the best one win. To Hank Cobb, junior Blair wills his ambitious ways foutside of schoolj. To the student body, Jane Wykoff donates her cheering energy and hopes it will be- put into good use. To Ruthie Neidner, "Dolly" Hinton and Lorene Collins leave their numerous boy friends. To Etta Mae O'Neal is left the beautiful blonde hair of Flossie Jane Walker. To Rachel Holmes, Edward Champion Dancey bequeaths his middle name. To Pat Corrigan, Bob DuBose leaves his ability to acquire excused admits. To Jack Copeland is left Gene Ward's athletic career. To Janie Wheeler, Vivian Anthony leaves her height. To Lester Bishop, Laverne Armstrong wills her knowledge of second year algebra. To Pat Wheeler is left the sweet disposition of Lucille Ricks. To Edgar Schlitt "Preacher" Cooksey submits his resonant voice. To the first year home economics class, Ada Mae Kersey leaves her cook book. To Robert MacDonald and Tom Guy, Bob Radin and Herb Guy relinquish their ability to argue about any and all subjects intelligently OJ. To Helen McCorkle, Dot Scott leaves her ability to "hold her man". To Judy Owens, Jean Rymer wills her ability to make up her mind. To "Boney" Barrett is left the fiddling ability of Vera Jones. I To Jim Bailey is left Robert Reese's ability to "jitterbug". To Lawrence Larson, Dot Stecher and Marion Helseth will their artistic ability. To the underclassmen, Sgt. McLarin leaves his desire to go to school. To Wiley Sims, Irene Beatty wills her handwriting. To james Tippin, Don Scott leaves his ability to procrastinate. To Charles Griffis is left the "winning way" of Pat Donevant. 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Q : 5' SQL e ' Q-Q 1 'Q H :w I K W 7 f 'I-4lr'?"' mi: if n'3'f-'7-'P 3 My l. Before and afterg 2. W'hat 21 wonderful time! 3. Naughty, Naughtyg 4. King and Queeng x. Practicing??? 6. Our jukeg 7. O Boy! O Boyg 8. Yea Verog 9. That man sends mc. 10. Dance with Ll Dollieg ll. Such languageg 12. Our younger gcnerationg 13. Three struts. X? N UND E 9 iffy C 7 LJ 62 W S 5 K Q 5 W? W GN O X? SOPHOMORES 1 gif -1-'inf A -3, - M ge t W - V- . X ' -. ' ,fa . ,A '- E .el - - i .- f,,,- Q, -fA' it . : f - 4 w e -e . ... if , fa B A N r at e 4. , . in .. fi a ' ,, ' V ' 6: 'Z , ' Q . a 2 , 3 B ' . i Er 9 4 li iiigB X B 'E A a as S f -V is lim Mkt. , . r, , 2 ae , , r --5 - - . . l. ,' Q Qi , . , . 3 Q-Sy kV,L :ik P N, -"gr ,J H Zipffwii f 1 ' - - 7' 1'-sziifkwlif 'Q' ' M ny, f is . W , J X ei e V '.g?g l i A N S3 'ig 'A i Q , 4' 4 , A - ' A 5 'si i , Q , Wifi" f ,. 3 . , .,, , Qf,f,.w12!.:V 33. ' J E Q, 1 I if l , 'j,E- .23 f, sg. '41 f f fi J. ,I ' ' 1 , q , , ' ,. , Q' K 5 ' 4 e "5 1 3 fif: I W f wfrfft- W ' X Rh? K Q 44" u 1? ' f 3 , i B 9 1 i K V B we ' 1 I li, 5 U S l K ! at r an vu. 'Ayr ' i is B 'li A fa W ' B' f - L f K an , B 'Q 7 ' l 1 'X 1 X B' i ii ' A K i' , 'V-" M ' A K M a , Q ai .lL1',V i -,,, kr .:.,' 5 K V y N' ' af gg, I-'Xe ,fr K1 B e '+ 'Y t A H 1+-e-fi 'B 1 t ,ia l lv as First Row: Alice Ashburner, Jack Aughtman, Betty Jane Bailey, Jim Bailey, John Bishop, Jack Burdick, Eugene Carlsward. Second Row: Wanda Carraway, Remelle Cato, Clemmie Cox, Marilyn Crosby, Betty DuBose, Joyce Dupree, Jeanette Gessler. Third Row: Bill Glenn, Ann Graves, Edith Harms, Herbert Henderson, Tommy Holman, Mary Howard, Jack Graves. Fourth Row: Boots Hurst, Buford Ingram, Zonnie Mae Jones, Clarence Judah, Howard Ken- dall, Marjorie Kersey, Bill King. Fifth Row: Bobby King, Robert King, Betty Knight, Victor Knight, John Kromhout, Mary Kromhout, Don Lance. Sixth Row: Mary Langbehn. - 1' ,X ffff5'b I I , Rf if 33, SOPHOMORES P -av ' Hz, . ,x 6 it 24- A ' 'im 0' 'iz ' P H W ,,,,g "' l 1 i M. ' P as all A was 'gr' if-.Qs f P S L- r r 'N . X wi ' , in T X! ff' i x in if f 331' jv . I 'L , , ,fyf .Mag l""'-'N A K nw V r 4 g: li K 'Q an l 4 ks. sf' Y if pi ,J Shiv K 4. g. TL N - 1 , fl'-.1 Q - 4,9 -fi! , "Q," x - tffms 3 B ffifii -W t 1 l I ."- life W 8 I ,A i ix 3 'DEX , . f f , f l is , Q ft. 4 .-,, vip, :,,,. , , U. YJ First Row: Eleanor Larson, Dayton Lisle, Alma Lee Loy, Joan- MacWilliam, Doris Martin, Roy Martin, Hubert Reams. Second Row: Helen McCorkle, Randolph Miller, Sarah Miller, Vir- ginia Miller, Edwina Montgomery, Glenn Moon, Ina May Mosley. Third Row: Doris Murrow, Bob Nelson, Joel Parker, Norris Penland, Jeanne Peterson, Edwin Powell, Kenneth Reams. Fourth Row: Ruby Reeser, Betty Jean Rehber g, Bob Rice, Bill Roberts, Leslie Shaw, jo Frances Shultz, Clara Stough. Fifth Row: Dotty Sullivan, Lillian Summerall, Oscar Tankersley, Louise Tillis, Betty Wedencamp, Evelyn Weiss, V. L. Whittier. Sixth Row: Bebe Willis. FRESHMEN r K-ns. -v is QS- ggi lip, it A Riff!! 'F A. " ' r. 5' .1 Q. 4 ' . . ' A , f i K K ee' W B 1 K, 'ii A -3'-:, .tty . K r A J A A .J A 0.3, ,. - , ' i is ',l, , -vi ,qi X .ek M1 1 , if X if M,-man. y . 3 .2 If fs 5 K W, .Q , w if -if-gf' .kg N X, z , is FMX fi 'B' Q c - 4 a, 'R 5 K, 'lr-'lr' A ' s x 1 i . I .X ,M r , F, ,X Q, ,Q , X ,mg .,. MQ, Q r,,Vxi,,,.sw ' A I N k ,ggi I V ff is .- A -- B ' ' ' ,rain- 3 , ,S i 'Q A K' . xx A rife . as 5 .4 W F' 1 A r 4 if , ' ' pg- -:jf-,a:,3,i,' .1 ,. A K -.I ,, 4 X ' X ,gsa-pgcf L I , ,fl Nail W My - -' f . 1- any my Q , K 1 H a K if as fr Q' , 'T - M , , r c ,ra F BN . r -4 L- 1- .M 2 , f .N -ig jf , , .. hm 'N , 1 i r - .,, Y ' T1"5P4'-, , gf' 4 fa vw ,, ' " 1 'Kris i , , ":s.':-iz., V r gf' 1- , 8 2, 3 - wx Q.. . A , I if Q51-if " . i. 1 f fl? 'M 1 ' ,A A fn rf' N ' , , fr 3 . , 1 a X, ff!! ' .r ,Q ,AU S Q ki fm K X f ' ,. L A K ' . x 5 ,Vs f 4 Mya? . ' '. -if 1 Q- , -W i tr : 'fdikjg . f ,f ,gi 'nab J M ,L i"tg"0' " I i ' at W b Q y, 1 ,., hy, gc Q f g A 'Q 1 2 J - 1 N - K First Row: Durley Allen, Lafair Anderson, Julia Baker, Frank Barrett, Willene Baughman, David Berggren, Wanda Bosley. Second Roux: Richard Brown, Delores Burdick, Cecil Cason, Edna Cassidy, Otis Cobb, Geneva Collins, Inez Conway. Third Row: Jack Copeland, Jack Day, Henry Diamond, joe Eckhoff, Mary Etters, Grace Fretwell, Hilda Lee Graham. Fourlb Row: Marion Hancock, Willie Hamilton, Willis Hamilton, Dorothy Holmes, Gladys Holmes, Billy Howard, Desserie Jones. Fifth Row: Louneal jones, Marjorie jones, Joan johnson, Paul Judah, Dorothy Kaus, Charlotte Kersey, Mildred Kinsey. Six Rauf: Bob Kitchell, Kathryn Knowles, Janice Kroegel, Lucille Leafy. -4 - 1 I V4 'fy B ,ll Q, . K i W JE ii FRESHMEN "loK',' .X 5 ' X - ,K N .,. ... i . was rw Xl N ' 'Ni Pug A x 1 N' In K 1 if Q' ss - AK A' A . 'beu ,, 5.2 'i XS Sli A A mi F Liv, --. Ji Za S 5. 'L r ' , J A g I g A Nix' ,.k,, 1 X K I K 1 - x sq L. l . Q 'Q lm, A Nh exif V. kg in YA gi , I gui -'si 'S iw- A4 A? '52 ' 'Si ft M e L Q: t 5 is 51.5 I e l li ' 35 'K 1 S X X, L, ' . S ' , .. , .- - A., " fn , .1 5 .. 4-:Tm fc' A . , 4- 4: ,I S . N ' Q F' i 1 Q j R M 1 V gig T 4 'S i .sa as., P - " :Q I ii' 5' ,,.. L i Fi? , . . J .. Q , fi' -eww" , fwlfllf' . ' 'X' H is z. F A' s ' ii 'X f. if y li ' V. il' l 7 his .X 1- as x I . f .. I 'f . if K f. t 1' K Yr V -I First Row: Sherrill Lewis, Forrest Letchwor ah, Henrietta MacConnell, Clyde M.acNeal, Pctc MacWilliam, Bessie McCall, Donald McGinley. Svmafl Row: Kenneth Metz, ErnestiNidlson, lid- win Peck, Jean Peters, David Prange, George Price, james Priest. Third Row: Maxine Radin, Annie Roberts, Patsy Routh, Delores Schlitt, Frances Schmidt, Jimmy Simmons, Charles Smith. Fourfh Row: jack Smith, Anna Lee Strickland, Bill Teate, Lucille Teate, Wilton Terrell Peggy Thompson, Mary Weikert. Fifflv Row: Jane Wheeler, Clara Williams, Arlie Woods Lillian Wynn, Troy Yates, Vivian Zigrang, Mary jo Montgomery. Sixlb Row: John Williams Eleanor Graves, Conrad Fearing. Y 1 1 EIGHTH GRADE gf L91 ., S ,5 X -Q SEVENTH GRADE Ei if x Q L.- Q Q 5 V, 1 cf HM Sui. ,P wi 15 . ..-""' i .31 A - 1 r 5 il F . 1 1 K L . k mzggr , A 4 i ii 3 gf . f l. Boy! 111.11 Vk'.lN ll good oneg Z. Ar ealseg 3. Lilly LlLI1SCSQ4.ilil1Cl'C goes the bell, 5.Wh1lt1egs! 6 Iflossie tops ll1L'11l glllgi 7. MVS. ll1l11Sl11lW1 8. Is Mr. Chinn hiding? 9. Three dignified scniorsg 111. Wfoods siwtersg 11. CQ1g1y, our little sunflowerq 12. Whalt ll day! 13. 1 didn't do it, offieerg 14. Our devoted eliildreng 19. A teacher with legs like tlmtg 16. Some of our boys. UL f 5 . Q, M X 3 v a T . A f ' f XXX , 5? i7 ,X A X, 1'- f f f V' f r X Q X 0 I ...sig 'f was ,iv Best All Around Boy Miss V. B. H. S. BOB RADIN BETTY TUCKER 1?"""'w 'UN 'r' m' -...rf Best Looking IE!-XN RYMER BGB R!-XDIN rm- -'I' N. Most Siudious MARILYN ECKHOFF HERB GUY if K N E fx 'x a??3?T'f1 3521 Most Athletic MARIORIE CALLAI-IAN CLAY BUCKINGI-IAM f.-qv, I he . V ? Z T X ,inset ,pm A 09 4 , . f 'll if 'R .ff T -if A 'kts ls. 'br l ff 1. Ouch! A splinter in my finger. 2. Miss is now Mrs. 3. Oh! These boysg 4. Gossipg S. Son- ny must be comingg 6. Two little maidensg 7. It hasn't fallen apart yetg 8. Hurry kids, it's time for the bell!! 9. Time out for a cokeg 10. You can't carry her, Barker! 11. Well!! Well! 12. Cally, our friendg 13. Whoo! Whoo! F O K QL 1:"..'f:-T Y 0 Q. ' fl x f 2 Y X f 2 if ff W X, V My 'ho' ,,,, 1 ' l THE ARROWHEAD STAFF ws K Marilyn Eckhoff . . . Editor-in-flaivf Jane Wykoff, Herb Guy . . Axsisfaul Editors Buddy Cooksey . . Buxiiwsx Manager Jean Rymer . . . Asxisfan! Mary Ellen Lisle . . Cluxs Editor Clinton Hobbs . . Hisloriau Dot Scott . . Tvsiamffnf Frank Hickey . . , Sports Vivian Anthony . . Pbofograpber Marjorie Callahan . , Assistant Clay Buckingham . Miss Batchelder, Mrs. Hancock . Art Editor . Sponsors it Q. IE 345 i 'I'HE BLOTTER STAFF Q"9 Vs' Herb Guy . . . . Ifdifor Marilyn Eckhoff . . Axsislanl ljdifnr X08 and Assistant . . . . 7 Iuuk Rvportvrs Irene Beatty, james Tippin, jean Rymer . . . Class Ac'li1'ifir's Rvporlrrs Phyllis Etters, Jane Wykoff, Wiley Sims . Clubs and Organizufions Rvporfvrs Herb Guy, Marilyn Eckhoff . . . Office and AS.Yl'llIl7Iv1' Rvfmorlvrs Clay Buckingham, Buddy Cooksey . .... Sports Rcfmrlvrx Miss Walters . . . Spmzsor THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Herb Guy, President, Mary Ellen Lisle, Vice-Presidentg Marilyn Eckhoff, Secretary, Irene Beatty, Bessie Mae Cook, Marion Helseth, Jane Wykoff, Phyllis Enters, Elsie Glaab, Vivian An- thony, Clinton Hobbs, Clay Buckingham, Mary Elizabeth Hinton, Miss Walters, Miss Whid- don, Sponsors. THE STUDENT COUNCIL Buddy Cooksey, Presidentg Betty Tucker, Secretaryg Dotty Sullivan, Trcasurerg Jean Peters, Edgar Schlitt, joe Ingalls, james Tippin, David Berggren, Everett Randall, Bob Rice, Wendell Harris, Wiley Sims, Bob Radin, Clay Buckingham, Mr. Chinn, Sponsor. BETA CLUB Helen McWilliam, President, Vivian Anthony, Betty Jane Bailey, Marguerite Barker, livelyn Iiekhoff, Marilyn Eckhoff, Phyllis Etters, Elsie Forsling, Ann Graves, Erma James, Lu- cille Law, Alma Lee Loy, Marion Mattmuller, Joan M,eWilliam, Helen McCorkle, Mary Mc- Cormick, Jayne Mills, Etta Mae O'Neal, Judy Owens, Jeanne Peterson, Jean Rymer, Dot Scott Clara Steele, Dotty Sullivan, Betty Tucker, Jane Wheeler, Patsy Wheeler, Barbara White, Syd- ney Wright, Jane Wykoff, Miss Anderson, Miss Taylor, Sponsors. HI-Y CLUB Buddy Cooksey, President, Bill Rice, Tom Guy, Edgar Schlitt, Jack Mattmuller, Herb Guy, Bob Radin, Norman Carraway, Clay Buckingham, Eugene Ward, Bob DuBose, James Tippin, Iidwin Prange, Robert MacDonald, jack Graves, Bobby Rice, Ronald Kendall, Joe Ingalls, Jim- mie Bailey, Don Scott, Bill Glenn, Frank Hickey, Pat Donevant, Tommy Stinson, Lawrence I,arson, Kenneth Reams, Victor Knight, Wiley Sims, Robert Reese, Herbert Henderson, David Berggren: Mr. Buckingham, Sponsor. . . , , ' Os FX .n - a 303 tr f q..s,, Q ' a ,sat - X x 1 L BAND Joel Parker, Jack Givens, Phyllis Etters, Elsie Glaab, Betty Tucker, Bill Wood, Vera Jones, Barbara White, Bob DeBose, Ada Mae Kersey, Laverne Armstrong, Mary Carruthers, Mary Elizabeth Hinton, Bessie Mae Cook, Wiley Sims, Ronald Kendall, Donald Shaw, Katherine Yates Jayne Mills, Albert Jones, James Tippin, James Stapp, Robert MacDonald, Clemmie Cox, Betty DuBose, Ann Graves, Alma Lee Loy, Kenneth Reams, Evelyn Wise, Bobby White, Howard Kendall, Tommy Stinson, Edith Harms, Mary Jo Montgomery, Eleanor Graves, Norris- Pen land, Charles Griffis, Norman Mattmuller, Da- vid Berggren, Betty Sue Garrison, Patsy Lovett, Horace Gifford, Jim Bailey, Marjorie Callahan Mary Etters, Sydney Wright, Marion Hancock, Mr. Lodwick, Director. 3 Fiji: 1 N3 GLEE CLUB Vivian Anthony, Laverne Armstrong, Ellen Avis, Agnes Baker, Irene Beatty, Lester Bishop, Betty Jo Brown, Clay Buckingham, Jamie Buck- ingham, Norman Carraway, Otis Cobb, Bessie Cook, Clemmie Cox, Pat Donevant, Betty Du- Bose, Bob DeBose, Phyllis Etters, Elsie Glaab, Bill Glenn, Hildalee Graham, Jack Graves, Mari- lyn Harris, Frank Hickey, Rachel Holmes. Con- nie Ingalls, Erma James, Charlene Jones, Vera Jones, Zonnie Mae Jones, Betsy Kirk, Ronald Kendall, Mary Langbehn, Marion Mattmuller, Beatrice Mixon, Ramona Monroe, Edwina Mont- gomery, Mary Catherine Murray, Betty Ann McAfee, Joan MacWilliam, Ruth Niedner, Judy Owens, Betty Perritt, Bob Radin, Kenneth Reams, Bob Rice, Delores Schlirt, Don Scott, Dot Scott, Donald Shaw, Christine Simpson, Clara Steele, Annette Teate, Betty Tucker, Eugene Ward, Jane Wheeler, Joan Whitney, Marion Wilkerson, Bill Wood, Sydney Wright, Jane Wykoff, Kathryn Yates, Betty June Zigrang, Vivian Zigrangg Miss Nelson, Director. if rr 'si' 7 rfb . ti M .,,, ,i . W F-' ...A . U ,Wg .. , mg k.LL i i if ' A-mggg K.. tsl . I gg .. 1' . , is 5 ffl.. X , kb Y ' ..,..-N.. E Q t , BL .LK X, K: A Q 3 - i '3 ...M xt x ' K i wf'gf'.,.f:f. Q. ' M V . -.: t , . -.- awmww . si 3. , gf . 3, i ' ' ? I e .. K iw, Fiat, 3 I. Timeout for n picture: 2. Practicing for the coming yenrg 3. Hmm, what Ll cnrg 4. The picture speaks for itselfg 9. Getting out of towng 6, XVlmt are the books for? 7. Playing nurse- mnidg 8. Nvlmtta night! 9. Loafing: 10. Let'er go, Clayg ll. It must be loveg 12. Hot stuffg 13. Going my way? l4. Children at plnyg 15. Wiltch the birdiesg 16. Believe it or not, she is a teach- erg I7. Studious Helen. :kr 0 't':'a':6'o 0 04 o 0 0 9923 'Q ?: 3 O8 O s O Q 0.0 0 O . 0 l",0z.?. Io Q o Q Q Q 0 Q 4 0 0,4 O .g!t. N , Z A? 'ES' 22 - '2- Wy, O 3 .5 .9 Od vo' 'Q QW I 0 QQQQ 'QS U 'I JWJWZT ff 4. TEAM OF , f , '+1rA"w M ,,.,,, 7 -"fA"x?'1Zwff,d' r ., 4. .,. iq. 'Mf ' fi' H . KW 1944 Buff: Row: Harry Ingalls, Assistant Coach, Jack Mattmuller, Sammy McCall, Joel Parker, Bill McCluskey, Pat Donevant, Edwin Prange, Clay Buckingham, Lester Bishop, Tom Guy, Joe Ingalls, Manager, Coach Mossey. Serolzd Row: Bill Glenn, Norman Carraway, Morris Sutton, V. L. Whittier, jim Bailey, Roy Kennedy, Don Scott, J. W. Calhoun, Eugene Ward. Front Row: Clinton Smith, Curtis King, Peter MacWilliam, Bob Radin, Felix Hinton, Alvin Reeser, Bill Rice, Lawrence Larson, Herbert Henderson, Bob DuBose. SCORES Vero Beach . .,.,. .. ....,.,.. H30 Cocoa ............. .... . 0 Vero Beach ,.,. .. . .....,, 12 Melbourne ........ ..,, , ., 0 Vero Beach ,.,,,., .. .... ....,... 2 0 Titusville . ,.,.i ,...., .12 Vero Beach ..., ..., ...,...., , . 32 Stuart , ,.,.. 12 Vero Beach .. ....... ,.,...... I 2 Melbourne ...... . 7 Vero Beach ., ,. , 6 Lake Worth ,.,,,,18 Vero Beach . .,,, . ., .,... 6 Belle Glade .. ...,, 14 Vero Beach ..... ..... 0 Ft. Pierce .. .... ,. .32 r aka A "COACH" MOSSICY Coach Mossey, a popular figure on our campus in his familiar shirt, is one of the best liked members of the faculty. Coach was an outstanding player in both football and basketball before taking up coaching duties tit his Alma Mater, Butler University. He arrived in Vero Beach two years ago and already has given us two high-standing football teams and a State Championship in bas- ketball. We are all proud to say that Coaeh Mossey is our "Coach", 'VXCWILLUWI CARRMY XR' i ' .-,- , 'aw 1 ,A K mil K L 3? 6- .. f -4afP.f imu.-fvgvl-nys ., 5 M? 11'-K , 4 '-,fu ! ,Of 3 ,k,.,...Xz.,,fxs ,. 1, -.gems M3 ' w'2.3-iwffs' HINTON v .m,, .MM 'if 2 4 W 'MQ' 1, fZ ?2gi3'g.fm 3' DUIQOSE We ma E RADfN,CaPf,. 2' -M 4 g g, 1 , -,Q Q "', : : il '. 5' Q f, A . .,-1 ' . A , X YL 1 wi wen i , 511' ,,12q5?S?vg4 K .5 V Q . BUHLP FRANCE SCOTT GLENN IQICE BUCKINQHAM DONEVANT BAILEY SUTTON LARSON ..x ' J COACHING STAFF Coach Mossey get Nha A A A n N. ,,- we ,punulq m U V, J, Q ' ' A III J, N , f' 1 XR "' "'m,. Harry Ingalls Lf v 'K at f..-J ' ,sf 8 .X : NX. ..W f4.-as-igf W - fl' V 'lg W Frank Hickey 7 , A i n inkk i - . A M1 .,- " ,i:,g,.5 Q rf :A , , ,affix . .3 ., FOOTBALL QUEENS CHEER LEADERS Jane Wykoff Betty Tucker, Queen Jean Rymer Q Q' txwf. fr 3 A Ei A X N e . ' . . , , , . X e ' : fi f . . it i n L 5 , r r Y A K I .Q 3 A A A Q I r .ug LxL Q , 1 , m A xl y um ,K A I I , 1 , X Q Q N 3 Q X - ,. Q 11 N' .Jn A . New K g , A my X 31 aw. - , K ls V 4 ' ,'., '7' T 4 in - " , ,V 1 f f A X--, iii Q 'K .a w ' .-.I ,- 'W '- ugfwf--mgr1.u,F,,..,: ,. . . .. Herb Guy jane Wykoff Marguerite Baker jean Rymer Judy Owens vl- 15. 'f r Of A - 'T-'." af 1 Y-SCS, . f x A if ,,. ga Slanding: joe Ingalls, Managerg Eugene Ward, Don Scott, Clay Bucking- ham, Pat Donevant, W'iley Sims, W. Calhoun, Coach Mossey. Kneeling: Bu- ford Ingram, Jack Givens, Felix Hinton, Frank Barrett, Alvin Reeser, Bob Radin, Kenneth Reams. Vero Beach .........,. ....,A...., . . Vero Beach ........... ,............, Vero Beach .......... ..,........., Vero Beach ........,. .,.........,., Vero Beach ,.,....... .............. Vero Beach ..A.,.,... ,...........,. Vero Beach ..,....... ...,.....,,... Vero Beach ...A,...., ,.A,..,.,..A.. Vero Beach ..,...,.,. .A4.,........, Vero Beach ....,..... Vero Beach .......,,, A....A.,....., Vero Beach .,...,.... .,...,,..,..., Vero Beach ...,...... .,,.,.....A.. Vero Beach .......,.................,..............a.... Vero Vero Vero Vero Vero Vero BASKETBALL SCORES Eau Gallic ,........... Cccoa . ............... . Delray Beach ....... Eau Gallie ,..,.....,. Titusville 4........... Melbourne ..,...,.. Stuart ............. Titusville .............,.. Ft. Pierce ....,...,...,.,. Delray Beach ....,.. Melbourne ............. Stuart .,.....,....,.,... Ft. Pierce ...,.,..,... Cocoa ....,.....,......,..., INDIAN RIVER CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT Beach Beach Beach Beach Beach Beach. Stuart .,,.,.,..... Eau Gallie 4.,.. Ft. Pierce .,.... SIXTH DISTRICT TOURNAMENT Lake Wales .. Haines City Auburndale Sco'rT v X. C'- ffm 1-:mlm H .U S HMS Q DQNEVAN1 RADIN 5 E G-IVENS BucKlNeHAM?CQ,. Elin Memoriam KILLED IN ACTION MISSING IN ACTION Henry Morgan Gene Guy Evans john Mixon Edward Hogan Charles Futch Robert Harlock Charles Harlock Charles Blair William McCully Gordon Henry Raymond Knight James Loudermilk Courtney Jones jiles Lunsford John Kuppers T. W. Cobb Edward Kaus QDWUWZWU W ff X NI 7 XX : 1 . xl in-ul If The Indian River Citrus Bank 'The FriendIy Bank" VERO BEACH, FLORIDA 2 Ks-v' M ber Federal Deposit Insurance C p t I Buy Wor Bonds Here COMPLIMENTS OF 24 Waiem 2 Siam DRY GOODS READY TO WEAR HOME FURNISHINGS WINDOW SHADES VENETIAN BLINDS STAR BRAND SHOES WODTKE and WALTERS Vero Beach, Florido PI1one2275 Box C Complete Lines of Ready-to-Wear For Father ond Son, Mother and Doughfer QUALITY MERCHANDISE AT POPULAR PRICES MAHER'S DEPARTMENT STCDRE Diol 2170 Vero Beach Compliments of . . COPELANUS SERVICE STATICDN i' Oil Changed Tires Checked Gas Circle Service E. C. COPELAND Wabasso, Florida "Where Crossroads Meet" W 0414-Q CUM Bda QM Compliments' of AMERICAN FRUIT GROWERS, Inc. WABASSO, FLORIDA KNIGHT 81 STRICKLAND, Inc. WILSON 81 TOOMER FERTILIZERS - FARM SUPPLIES OOODYEAR TIRES - SOCOCO ROOF PRODUCTS SOUTI-IPORT PAINTS Telephone 22OI P. O. Box 4 BEST OF LUCK, serxuores 'k RICK-KUSTER INSURANCE AGENCY GENERAL INSURANCE - REAL ESTATE DIQI 2260 I3I4 Twenfiefh Sfreef C plimenfs of Bagan: jawafzy fo., Una. GIFTS THAT LAST FLORIDA SOUVENIRS EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS on LOAN ASSOCIATION INSURED SAVINGS IVIQIQTGAGE LOANS sooo LUCK, SENIORS SMOQTH SAILING, SENIQRS WESTERN AUTO it ASSOCIATE STORE PHONE 2I2o SIMMQNSI E. R. Siedler, Owner DRY GOODS STORE Compliments of- Silver Palace Pharmacy Fort Pierce, Florida BEST vvisries COMPLIMENTS OF ir 'A' FT. PIERCE SHOE STORE L. S. HUBBS, Jeweler Ff. Pierce, Florida Fort Pierce, Flerade "Gifts for all Occosio GOOD LUCK, SENIORS 4 DENMARK SWEETS JEWELRY STORE . FURNITURE CO. 209 Avenue A Fr. Pierce, Fla. For? Pierce, Fl0I'iCl0 Compliments of Bell alceries, Inc. LEWIS R. MORTON, Jeweler GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES WATCHES RINGS BRACELETS PEN SETS LOCKETS IDENTIFICATION TAGS IO7 N. 2nd Avenue For? Pierce, Florido COMPLIMENTS OF Compliments of BERGGREN'S 5c and IOC VARIETY srone RUBIN BROTHERS Fort Pierce, Florida Vero Beach, Florido Compliments of Groves Brothers Company Wo bosso, FIorido You trust its quality COMPLIMENTS OF COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA COMPLIMENTS OF INDIAN RIVER DRY CLEANERS PHONE 4951 VERO BEACH f ,i1k 5 '1P1A-' film t , f t 1 Q 4 ' ' iv, Q W A . . ., ' . , A ,. , , AA H AA V ,, V - A .- b , V xp 5 4 FLORIDA THEATRE Where The Tropics Begin i ., in ' - vi Q Y v-,, , ,-' X-'t Compliments of FRIEDLANDERS Department Store 4 "Never Buy Before You Try FriedIonders" BEST vvlsl-IES 4 LOY'S MEN'S SHOP BEST WISHES, SENIORS 4 A. TRAINER COMPLIMENTS OF BLACKMON'S "5c and 10c Store F deric E. Zeuch Warren T. Z I1 ZEUCH BROS. INDIAN RIVER CITRUS GROVES 1524 Osceola Boulevard Vero Beach, Florida COMPLIMENTS or OSCEOLA PHARMACY E. M. BLOCH'S DEPARTMENT STORE 'Ar "THE sToreE AcCoMMoDATlNo" PHoNE 2256 vsrzo BEACH COMPLIMENTS or BARTLETT HARDWARE COMPANY VERO BEACH PRESS-JOURNAL First Winner of John Lochner Trophy L n Q: Awarded To best all-round weekly A newspaper in Florida in contest sponsored by Florida Press Asso- ciafion. VERO BEACH PRESS-JOURNAL J. J. Schumann, Publisher T BEST or LUCK MacDONALD GAS SERVICE "PEEJ" "ROUOlLAEP" "YKNID" BEST OF LUCK The "YZAWK-SNUJNl" CLUB "EKUD" HYDDUBH luis" TO THE SCHOOL WE LEAVE MEMORIES OF OUR CHARMING PERSONALITIES AND LOVEABLE DISPOSITIONS ROBERT REESE, JACK MATTMULLER, HERB GUY CLAY BUCKINGHAM, FRANK HICKEY, BOB DUBOSE COMPLIMENTS OF FLOYD FUNERAL HOME "TO SERVE HUMANITY BETTER" Phone 2325 l5l5 Osceola Boulevard BUCKINGHAM-WHEELER AGENCY GENERAL INSURANCE Walter S. Buckingham John W. E. Wheeler "PROTECT WHAT YOU HAVE" eooo LUCK, sENioRs BEST WISHES 4 'A' TOM RADINSKY Walter S. Buckingham oooo LUCK BEST OF LUCK, SENIORS 'k 4 J. L. HELPING T. F. E-I--I-ERS GROVE SERVICE Wabasso, Florida DR. M. J. BARBER and SON DIAL 2500 FERTILIZERS, FEEDS, SEEDS, INSECTICIDES, BABY CHICKS HAY, CRATE MATERIAL Complete Line of Pittsburgh Paints ond Paint Accessories COMPLIMENTS OF Sebastian Garage sebastian, Florida ia. B. Lefchwoffh, Proprietor Compliments of VERO FURNITURE COMPANY COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHINGS Pocahontas Building Phone 2498 BEST or LUCK TO cLAss or '45 TROPICAL FURNITURE CO. F. M. MURPHY, Manager BEST vvisHEs, senioias GREEN GROCERY V. L. Whittier, Manager success AND eoao Luci: TO THE cuxss or 1945 'k Vero Beach Laundry and Dry Cleaners CROSBY BUILDERS SUPPLY CO. WHERE SERVICE AND QUALITY ARE PARAMOUNT Phone 2483 Building Materials and Lumber SUCCESS AND HAPPINESS TO THE CLASS OF i945 ir KILGORE SEED COMPANY "FIarida's Leading Seedsmen" BEST OF LUCK, sENioi2s 'A' THE JUNIOR CLASS COmp"me"'S of COMPLIMENTS OF ALBRITTON CAFE it t VERO BEACH VANITY STYLE SHOP Compliments of WIMBROW STUDIO BETTER PICTURES BETTER PRICES Official Annual Photographer BEST OF LUCK coMPLiMENTs or 4 if BROWN'S SUNDRIES Wabasso, Florida BGOSTER CARDS L. B. O'Steen R. C. Black Sam Smith Henry S. Mclntyre Ches McClure Otis M. Cobb Glenn Snodg rass Mrs. U. G. Tillis E. G. Thatcher W. R. Duncan Marcel Boudet Troy Moody J. L. Powers Chas. A. Mitchell C. P. Dia mond Stanley Buss Paul M. Luther J. C. Davis Poinsettia Gift Shop Eunice Style Shoppe Langbehn's Bakery A Friend Ensign Roger Brown Ensign Bob Atkins H 2 L. Q I Pi "-1 Y, 'J 54 5 A 2 3 E. S rl 6, 1 ,-.' -1 1 Fa LA 2' K: 53 524 3 :H ?2 'W ya H- R ! T1 3 fi Le in '-0. 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Vero Beach High School - Arrowhead Yearbook (Vero Beach, FL) online yearbook collection, 1951 Edition, Page 1

1951

Vero Beach High School - Arrowhead Yearbook (Vero Beach, FL) online yearbook collection, 1956 Edition, Page 1

1956

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