Aurora High School - Kennel Yearbook (Aurora, MO)

 - Class of 1945

Page 1 of 52

 

Aurora High School - Kennel Yearbook (Aurora, MO) online yearbook collection, 1945 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1945 Edition, Aurora High School - Kennel Yearbook (Aurora, MO) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1945 Edition, Aurora High School - Kennel Yearbook (Aurora, MO) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1945 Edition, Aurora High School - Kennel Yearbook (Aurora, MO) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1945 Edition, Aurora High School - Kennel Yearbook (Aurora, MO) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1945 Edition, Aurora High School - Kennel Yearbook (Aurora, MO) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1945 Edition, Aurora High School - Kennel Yearbook (Aurora, MO) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1945 Edition, Aurora High School - Kennel Yearbook (Aurora, MO) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1945 Edition, Aurora High School - Kennel Yearbook (Aurora, MO) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1945 Edition, Aurora High School - Kennel Yearbook (Aurora, MO) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1945 Edition, Aurora High School - Kennel Yearbook (Aurora, MO) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1945 Edition, Aurora High School - Kennel Yearbook (Aurora, MO) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1945 Edition, Aurora High School - Kennel Yearbook (Aurora, MO) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 52 of the 1945 volume:

- W- f wr- ' "cvf ',f1'f'f"f" X1 . ,L .. .,, ., , V -.. .- 1- - X1 f' f .. W . X,,, , ,1 A T .-. xg, . yxvny A17---W w. w---wr -1 -1 Tg1",rf"'1," 'K " , T , Y' -lla: r f 5 . ,. ff"s-fu 1-. ' ., V .,fF'- it Wx iw f ,Q -' .' . . - " W . 1, 'fl' K A' .- .. rp. . r 2,94 x, ,1 w ' . ' sf, ,Mya v, I s, Y 9 ? , . . nf, 4 , - -. ,- ' 'v .4 . ,I ,V -- h. .A .Q - xl.. , K I X 4 . M 3 -' K -A 3 A 4 -, ff Sw X i rwf COwxQlf ' f ' , x f x , F AJ Y. ' 0 'fQSQ-nfl-J QOLL if 1 4 .7," I X f,6f6 A ,l-v X ,--fl -1 .Qi Y- k. s I . Q i . .r Q. O fy. ' f x W- QQ , 1 1 ,, .. - u 'V Q, . ' J. .X fr- ,x 1 X 4,, Qu. ,, - lu., . , X A . I l Q ' 'E - 1 y V ' r I . 5 u 4 I . x f ,'v 1 Q '1 :V ,,, .. 1 1x', , K V, ',..- 1' ' .w, cp , - 1 X, x P . ,, .mx-A . , 4 1 ' ,sw :Q 4:1 P.. V -1 r 1 xc. 1: ,.-, , K ,, H Ye L . . W., , ff ,V I f .-l'E 1 t N 1 r Xl' 1 x Q , 1 v A X I x 4 a ' 1 I I mg N1 ,, ,ix fy-' I ,. 4 , 9 A .F , 'ir' Ml ...!, i' YN ' I f 5, , Y V ,J 1 If ' ,'l,3f"frf5J E531 my . 1 .M-, H51 5 Iliff V Eff? i Q1 ff fl Y 4' M , , EV .31 2,5 if , " al ? ka 1 - .Li S2155 Jr ,,,, .435 ,, 9, i L- g um! . in fi lair . ' 'sb . . i' V 1 1 .. yi I 25 Zh fl E .24 3 Je ' .vi we ii-125 .3 U .34 FS 55 1 4 2 .5 1 I , ,I v ,-, 'f I , 'x Q l v 1 x f N 1 ...11s..1.f. . - 1 P X 1 4 fi! I 5. s. , , VJ in Q1 -g . ,. Q 1".f1h 1' vu r'+r"1 'n -'H ". '1 f--aw-f 1 'Pity' ,PT-'. . 'gkqfilitpzvk 'U I- .V ' , W g'-1: ' 7 5 'ii-'-'xii W. ,:,. a I H fy' W'-FM?"'f"'i H':'.'K'W"'. f'?'ihf+ .'ff2:"'.5g' A ' ff' "". Q if ' '.'?Q'.' -' wi z ff 1- 1 . H if r -53 f - .f ' r .Ur .ii vs' 24'-, 'T' ' '51 w .' 1 ' ,V - " 1 V A ' k' " -' ff " ' ' ' " ' ' I Y 4.,. . " ' V ' 'L I 'hz ',""Y'h' "'-L. . Z"' if I xl ,Rpt , .1 ,t A :lr A, , A , . -I vt ' , ,, .A A Y . , 1. X.-1 . .Ahhh ryyqtggm K 5 kL,.t,' ' ' A A V, -, I 1 - A 0 -V Q V 5,2 -- Q gd 45 154421 ,QQ ,.f, 1 ' 1 , . ,H r A 1 , .. , "J 'f.'Tp'. s , k A 'K , , , , ' . ., 1 X 3' 1- f A i, . fys W 1 - 9 r ' :fi 5 ' , I X 4 f '. X X ,T1 if' - :N X Y A 5i W . . 1, fi- . - -' f J' . K x 5:5 -4 . , .4 , v Q , - f 2 . . x. 1 511 ff, j! ,,,- A , M r X. , ,. tn .rx N , I y . , , v M, , . -4 -wi.: 1 ' X . 4 .7 rg 4 - 7. ' . . '- . X , T , 'A X x - N ,, , 1 . ' A. 1 , 1 1 . N ' ' is X fi- ' ' . P. , , 3, V , Y . v . Q I ,ing , -i, Hn ' L ' V v ' ' , fl .-n' ' 7 r R , , 31252 W - " ' . 1 'ffflm ,Q V . f , f ' g ' 1 1 . 1 ' x .wr .f f X tl - f ' -I:-nn A I 2 J Q ' " , r . ' f L ' M2DfcoswN ENT Puma A ky f LQ - 1 ,ff ' 1 ' Y ' , 'S A . " W , 'jr 4 ,, ? ' ' Q .N?WMff2v'eQ'Endence.Bra P l M ' .fE52vsay248fSpfisvg N ' niiwendenw, ' ' L u ' V Q :. u 1 ' X ' . 1 'I fp: 'n X X- ' . ,A A f . . V xi . N :J V 1 , - - Vx. : '4 '. ' ' V . 'Z Q ' ' X K ' 1.3 K -'- ., , ' ' 1 3 . 5 F 2 V. a, f 1 . 4 , W . 1 V -fy 1 x, X I . ,f , .3 , . I , y A . In 1-3 ' ' ' V-9 41 1 . + 1 ' I - ' v ' .H Ar- '. . 1 H - s Q I y . ' " ' . v , ' 1 ., , . .1 , ,fu ' w x , 5 5 I ' 1, . I 1-' ' ' 1 , 'A ' 5- , . e-- f ,- ,, .I 1 -1 1 . . X , - . ' X may f we vu , s . . L ' 9 ' . ' , - , N :A ' YJ . . -., 5 , 1 k 1. . , ,. . If .-5 5 Y " 'A 'A .3 Y 3 . I - .p 1' X fm ' ' K '11 1 - ' 3 . , f, s . r --I A ' -v x -4 X . ' . . . K W - I , K , . lr ' ,, 5 ' s .gi -v j . " 26,4 '. ' 1 , , ' 1 .- Y tx. A , ' J at 'x V ' If Z 1, '4 w , v ,, ' ' H A1,K - 4 I-X '- '.g ffm' 1: ', . J . If " 1' f 'Ez-My If NM' at-f file. ."'v"" , ff' . .Af 'M f . 1 f .fr 'if' f wr h i '. ,f '..f12f 2 W1 v s' lJ?tg Pi 1 ' , fr' ,' , , " J 'QQ-KQV' 1 , k . ,iH2.2?,m 4' fy - . . , -, V , . x 5, J v ' 4 .f f -V f , ', V 1 2 ,-f M ' , -. f - MQ , . s - ' ,V Q .17 . .I 1 fw- Mywm.-bwNfJ,Q,fxmewafQf r-,N,fa1vwWfmfP 4wHJ2wuw- fw:fwHgwgmfMaw ' Q H' " 'VM W fi' 4 'fif 1-4 A W "l 7171- .LK :LLL A' 'ff ' A . Q- f ff T 4,4 ,Lg e.,Q. KM-R-J-Hifi I Aelzlmg-,kj L.: . -.fs.:. F . i ' n F52 MID-CONTINENT PUBLIC LIBRARY 'Q 1.5 IIHIllllllIHIIllilllllllllllllilllliNIHVIHIIIIIIIHHIHIH 3 000011295535 0 5 ff 5 V 455 s fl E KENJV '95 1945 Q I1 711 ,-X MQ, R153-,n J +1 4'1FE'fNPa. 1 ,. Uvcubrft ,,-.rg P3 E V u-w...YEf I L5E.3o!.-- 2'-,Q ., ,gi 5 - mf-.-A 'wma ,- 4- 'if-"':7EYf?Rf'-sfmfm N xr J: ., .T.1,.55.g:,-Lu.,4gj9fQQ T395 5' 65 . . 0231 , f,:--.- 55: ,325-r E 'TfJ'3:'a:?'Pr5 wi'-1' 1: vyw 1,41-,,fd,,ju,3tL-:W 554.0 .'- - WEE 452 555 Q53 ia 555 ll! Ill Ill :ai HIGH SCHOOL ..,...,,mw l il! Ill E33 ascii: Ill Ill ,,5..,,,. ,M .V IA A . 1 5 ' z 5 V xg ' - Q ll" - lil lim' ' lgublisheol by 3 The Senimf Glass Of lll'0I'a High School 5 ut' ' ,, A,., , 1. W v,.3l,v I,-, ,WM ,, ,,,,,,, ., 1. Y ay gg . y ,f , WU' I E 7 LV , Aff E. . . I F .A-"""" DEDICATIOH We dedicate the annual, 'The Kennel' to the students and faculty, the parents with boys and girls in high school, and to all the people who were once ma bera or A. H. S. themselves. 1, .xdclminififra fion Marc! of glcluccffion J Carl Jenkins, C. E. Blythe, , R. L. Brown, C. F.. Moore, Gene Edwards, J. O. Pierce Roy F o 17111611961 C. H. JONES ulaerinfenclenf any r, LITI.-E GHARLEHE MCCULLAH ' jacugg X Y4 ff KEGG Emma Belle Ivlauwewf Beuna ,RiJe'nLour ' Zen Xfxuflcn Pyle- Exam' A 5 I JLG Baller QTUQH, GWLOU Om E Hn db 55 6 fm 5 - fl- V . --- -"'-- lillf ' el'll0I" Ctdri lC 215 . RI EEIHM DEI-JH OUR SPONSOR 'Always on the job' gag iyofllw, 6071, Olddff KV PRESIDENT 'Murder he says' VICE PRESIDENT "Don't fence me in" 6 L REPRESENTATIVE .IU 50716 CVVYA, 'I an one Posner' SECRETARY I 'I am the clay' CECIL OZBUN xf 'Ho thinks-sometimes' 'O' J YGZR ramsunmfz naelpfur' frI'J1JHv .LI L GY ' p SPONSOR 0 "maestro" QQ X ,VA . T' w i - f -f. n 11 4 Q. 1 'L 3 Atv- ....Q,1. X if J K, ,,,.l Q I l I x lf! HELEN ELLIS eniomb 'She must have been H b6Huti- ful baby to make such a beau- tiful doll' BARBARA ROBBINS 'Not m ny pretty brunnetta I'm e blonde' DOLORES BROYLES I 'Knows everything--almost' JAUNITA RAY v 'A blonde minnie hot-che' JACK WILSON 'Tel1, blonde, and dumbfounded' ELSIE MAE WILLIAMS fL 'The kind you seldom find' ESTELLA ELLIOTTXX 'Queen of the basket bull court' ' LOUIE POTTER 'Line forms to the right girls' LEILA FAUCETT I f 'Her eyes are blue and whet a smile' JANE ELLEN HUTCHINSOH 'If silence were golden would be bankrupt.' she I fain f 1 zgzgwgg ,f f,.vu fp, '5 ff f wwiail eniord , l RAYMOND SULLIVAN Lf 'lnnooence, beware' YLENE LAFALLET WILLIAMS . 'A laughing brown eyed lass' HELEN PACHLHOFER ' 'A quiet tongue shows a wise head' ORPHA JUNE ROSE 'Red huir meeusz beware' I Bon LANE A' 'The show must go On' RAYMA JUNE HEATH U 'Her acheivements are well known' MARGARET SWIFT 'I study diligently but pre- fer.being devil1ah'x BOB WILKES ' 'Here today--gone tomorrow' A' LEON HILTON 'Motorcycle kid' DORTHY JEAN MARTIN 'E's come, E's go-with ease' 'f ,I eniorfi PEGGY BOHM 'I am myself and proud of it' CARL HAZEL 'School?--Whut's thst?' MARY ELIZABETH CLOPTON 'That gal has muscles--in the right places' MARY ANN MAXWELL , 'A girl with looks as well - as brains' nrcx OGLESBYV 'He got tired of sleeping in class' GERALDINE FLETCHER 'Short-Stuff' WANDA BHECHBUHLER 4 'Worth her weight in gold' WILLOWENE ATKESON I 'A gentle nature' BILL LAWSON 'Caught working--for once' LUCILLE OWENS 'Not many little girls have a big shadow' - lZflll7l25 v KENNJBTH CAMPBELL 'I'm from Misso 1 show me' ALBERTA LOVETT N 'An ideal gift for any man' . ,xr MARY LEE ELSEY 'Love is blonde ARLEQNE ATKESON 'A girl that's orginal' ALVIN CORNNMN ' 'I'll Whittle size' ALVERTA HENDRIX 'I'll walk alone 'MARIETTA LEVINE 'Oonquers all ' em fall' HAROLD xmrws 'Rustic romeo' HARILOU ROBBINS 'Good looks run in the family MARY JO LEMASTER 'She'll find a way or make 0119 E 5 SAMMIE Ramon eI'Li0I'5 'She thinks twice before she speaks and then says plenty' ' JOHN DONICA 'I'm not a wolf it's just the way I say hell-o-o-o-o-0' GENE ROSS 'Little mayor of Jenkins' CHARLENE KEAS 'I've waited all my life and ' I'm still waiting' ' MARGARET JANE an l. 'My life has just begun' EUGENE WOLFE H 'Don't take my name seriously' GAYLORD BRECHBUHLER ' 'I'm not as beshful as I look' PAULINE ENGLER ffoovsa ' 'T gerous thing' - oo much thinking is a dan- BEVERLY CHERRY , 'Her most prized possessions are: Her date book and her phone' BILL SUTTON 'I'l1 take strawberry' 1' uniora BILL REIDLE - 'He should model for a tooth paste ad GEORGANA PILKERINGTON 'She never had but one idea and that was wrong' MARY -SEBURN v . 'Blonde bombshell' JOAN ENDICOTT y 'Elias Al H' SJ' MARJORIE NEWBY 'Modest but full of inspir' ations' PEGGY WILSON ' ncontrgl thyself mischief' NANCY LURDBIB 'Old Man Rythym'a step- daughter' IUHIDR HERNDON 'A farmer boy am I' BABY AR DAWD! 'Sugar is sweet and so am I' EDNA ILE HEATH 'Noisy like a mouse' RUBY JORDAN . 'A big smile for a little girl' MINNIE MAE WISE 'Looks wise but you can't always tell' REI THUHMAN I 'Look at the birdie, please' BETTY MCNEIL H Worth is not measured in inches' GENEIVE SANDERS 'Not wise, but otherwise' JUNE ROSS 'Eat more spinach, shorty' VIRGINIA RUTH JONES 'Efficiency plus' TOMMY PRINGLE . 'He deals out lots of pun- ishment to the piano' , uniom . VIRGINIA YOUNG 'A mighty huntress is she and her prey is man.' JERRY BURBRIDGE Modeaty conceals his virtues.' JEAN MCCRELLIS e 'Love in a circle never end1nz,' MAXINE RICKMAN 'Take me as I am.' , BETTY CALTON 'She speaks for herse1f.' PAULINE LASSITER 'Geleth nan' d , , moms GWAZENEY in 'H' Saw-n ' 'My heart is at your A Service,' - J1M Y.MICHEL 'Calm youselt, Ifm never serious.' o RUTH ASH 'If love is blind and lovers can't see, then why doesn't someone love me?' I BOB JOHNSTON ' 'Tough, but oh so gentle' RUTH MURRAY ' Fllummie leaves the USMS 011' XYEEHB VANDBERGH 'Knows what she knows when she knows it' nonormr mms It's nice to be natural if you're naturally nice' PAT HBNDAY 'A man that blushes is not quite a brute' - CATHERINE CRUMPLEY 'She may seem shy but by and by she'1l capture some nice guy' 1 J, W. LIGHT e 'A little learning lata dangerous thingg J. W. 15 harmlesa" . AHN1.HARIE MORIOHDO A 'Demure la the word far it' SALLY DURHAM ' 'Here copes the bride' 5 1 5 s xr wwe I XXX X e 3? X Elle .MB J, m 'ggi m5'MvxSQF' KM g. r x i fr NYY? QE wgfX Air l x ? f n. . x X 1 a A e 23 e A 1 .vo W 'O X X 14" ,i 'US f ,dw xg' Ak, 145 am A, an AL V8 if . niora BILLY JCE TETTBNHURST 'Always concentrating on how to get out ot oonoentratingf' HBRLE THURHAH IP-rim ,QB 8 rose,' Gertrude Ierrel 'A' 'dolu bue Q1l0OY0fOlelll!1Dl, IO lhet!' JEWELL YOUNG 'uisohieta here I oome.' BOBBY ALLMAN - 'A cute kid, whats his horse- power.' DELTON' PIIRIB 'His absence would be oonspio1ous.' FRANCES MCDOWELL 'Calm, cool, and eol1ected.' LAWRENCE JONES ' W.P.A. look out-here I oome.' DICK GOLD 'Quiz ma." SHIRLEY PATE 'She cooks with Star dust.' HARRIET FOXTON 'Greater girls than I have lived but I doubt it.' nom Pnovnwcn V 'Admires girls, at a distance.' PATTY MEDLIN 'Red headed women.' VIRGINIA ELLIOTT 'Her only worry is Gee, I hope I pass.' SUE CUCHRAN ' ' 'Blondes may come and brunnettea may go but red hair will never dye.' IMOGENE JONES 'Thinkin you're thinkin is no sian you're thinkin.' PHYLISS JOHNSON 'Self-exp1anatory.'b N"1 .All 37,9 Olfn, OPQJ First Row: Maurice Porterfield, Shirley Sayers, Wayne Lackey, Anna Mae White James Wishon, Bobby Tinkle. Second Row: Edith Oglesby, John Miller, Gerald Fulp, Billy McClure, Imogene HcCart, John Winieeki. Third Row: Jack Mnlcome, Minfred Jones, Ina lee Thurman, Glen Owens, Charles Miller, Norma Lee Johnson Fourth Row: .Delores Maples, Ramona Fulp, Leo Wishon, Joe Boswell. Norma Jean, Burke, Mary Litle. , ' K f 'id-Y' ,uf I. ' JW, z'.--jason wb ff? Vp , ff f f 4 , ,, , f 1, 54Ci77f4 ffm 1 1 1 1 1 ' f 11 KX, . , 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 I 1 11 11 11 1 1 1 I I i 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 ,ff ww: x L Pi! G .I 5- ff oaks ff lla? 1 li 1 F1535 gow: Caroline Ellis, Jerry Pfitzner, Mildred Forrester, C. W. Owens, Mary en W lliams. Lyle Shark Second Row: Billy Combs, Dora Sue Hoover, Danny Clopton, Helen Faye Jones, Bob Riy, Ioulse Brooks Third Row: Bobby Joe Sullivan Maxine Wallen Billy Ray Muench Donald Gardner Elia Swfft. Charles Michel ' . , ' Fo t Row: Marion Masters, Louise Kubanke, Charles Hendricks, Ruth Dennis, r ea onica, Naomi Johnston 3,9 0l'l'l0l' ed gd we .lf?, jeff' . f f M? 3 T..-ny " 55 ,xg 'ii we fiww f' J Q jffx no ,X l 45x oi5 First Row: William Ray Robinson, Wilde Jones, Beverly Ponnell, Don Hubbard, iaEIe B311 Lloyd, Loyd MoCullah. q Second Row: Barbara Trilby, Bobby Joe Ellis, Betty Jean Maxwell, Norma Lee Earsfi, fSTi'1 Holley, Phyllis Lemaster. Third Row: Feraldine Rimmer, Jim Wilkes, Kathleen Conway, Rosemary Burke, Kelvin Arney, Jeanne Hull Fourth Row: Junior Robbins Barbara Zane Boyd Roy Williams llarie' Pease Fancy M1'i'6hel, Fred Albrighfs. . . , 50,96 0I'l'l 01005 K- ! I I I 1 , I I , , ,, ,..-q-q. I I , I , V ' I , K K 1,5 U T A , N . . ' 4. x 790 5 r reeee f I N ,., I ' ififf .1 ' I - f I 'f ' I ' 'wg.?5,. lull 1 We Q' of .,,.fI.h 9' r" If f I j' If X oi -Sh ' .rw ,. 49.4 ,f , sf 25 ,. A ' ' T TLT I W - jffitz - ei. -Mfr' -S- I, ,M fQ1Ql f 'ef ' wg .13 +I I First Row Bob Atkisson, Bonnie Dowell, Bonnie Lou sara, M Betty Ann Slaughter, Wanda Horner, Jerry Bohm. KU E Q5 Second Row Norma Jean Hutchinson, Ted McCulluh, Mary Ella I' Strain, Gladys Huse, Roberta Stewart, Mayme Sue Moore. 4 Third Row Fred Evans, Martha Wise, Harold Wilks, Nellie Ann Young, Helen Wallace, Jack Fly. . I Fourth Row Edna Bond, bob Fisher, Joe Roy Allen, Jeruldine Y It Justice. I I I III I 'f , 1 I I II ' 1 I II it "I I I ,I, ,rr I I I n I I I I greAAmen I. ir! If cg! In 'I TI' , -- - - ------ ' v , '. -.. .,.- ir..." - Lxgn-.: 1- -..-.- -...:g.-...J-' :- , , , ..?.,- ..:,.,-,-....,,.......l.-.....-. A .... Y ,,,.-.., :jZ2L125,gl7142ll First Row Dale Williams, Tommy Bennett, Max Burbridge, Davld'Wilks, Lois Smith, Dorothy Carter. Second Row Geraldine Summers, Lawerence Viney, Betty ' Porterfield, Wilma Jean Lusk, Dale Russell, A Roy Leo Nivens. d Third Row Kathleen Eokels, John Taylor, Louis Eaton, Dick McCaffrey, Naomi Fulp, Buford Kern A Jones. 1 , ' Fourth Row ,Donald Wolff, James Eubanks, Delores Atkeoon, Doyle Keller. I 1 Qaxwf wx s Ionmemw , , .. .. We -f , , M ! I w g-WS-xf12fws an . - Q' y ,gg Q-F J -jf hy,-WW? nw 1, QW. , ,mm-X 1 A .WW-,fff ,fl 5 Y ff Gfpiof Q 1' ,Q ,SW-'f if if' I Wgoff 3,7 , -ff "Lv l, ,Z 'f 4. W! ':x7,:X4,3, y 'V-1 , NW X l ,, : I J I I ' Aff ff ,, f ff 1 X X I A K I f, f 1 , e , ,N 4 7 W f' X I ,Q if .,,"- ,gf yzz iff I., , ,.- , Vo ,. A 1' Q ' ' we f fi 4 .4 .Ziff VSQZ 5? .: f f ' ,,f.. A f.,, W, i :ffni . 1. 2 W 5 4 ' ft! fr f 5.-W? .r fW1f'i,. ' fy., 'Q 4 , V , ,, ,,,. W. ,X k ,. J., .yffef 7, 'fp 4--ff: f wfff fmwfow, f. , , mf A 4, f ll,,,,,, 5wM,wW.Wo bwjff i,,"m Q25 , Q. . "9 nz . ,, 1 , 7,1-1 if lf ml 'f , M- ,avi if X A 3 ff .f,:,, , ., , wxwgwilwdf zwowwwwwm, Wwfwzwgwww f ffm 'i1'zf.if,,5'Z. ww, , ,V WW? "fl Q , 3' fr , 4 uf ff, f 1 Z A V 45: Q'-WSW: 1, of 3, Wei ,4 ij? 1,,g,'4Q4f V53 fvwQUm6dwQWz -of-nzgw-Www ' W y -nf, . , X 1 W, ,wigff-9 PXVQWQWAZWWMZ jfig71fQQf23affpfC,j N 'f 7 ,-f-, P I ii 1 , I ,. 1 W , !' X If If I. 1 if A I 9 lj 1 'Q ,G J First Row second Row Third Row Fourth'Row Kg 32, . , ,.,,.,, ,lp , 4 Q ' 8 .ar , ' 1 ' 1 1 ' f 5 " 2 ' "f , ' ' 'pf f 9' - I , 'i ,. e ' V, V ', V, wv ill 1 I i- w aff . VJ in --v-., ' -.4-'x ' Q 1 , E 1. , L V. , new . . . ff , J , ,, in- ' ' , n jp I x V ! '-1 tl , , ',l fn, Mai Pfitzner, Joe McPherson, John Thurman, Max Alleger, Jackie Dill Gardner, Jimmy Kenyon. Dorothy Pachlhorer, Dora Lou Cline, Mona Lou Cope, Dorothy Murphy, Earl Philips, Ed Reidle. Dewey Elkins, Jack Stewart, Virginia Willcock, Shirley Grey, Norma Lee Dixon, Delyle Jones. Dolly Love Davis, Willa Jean Hale, Lorena Dunning, Mary Ellen Cope. PQJAHQQFL l'll'lbl,CL! Eddie ?otter Editor in chief Rayma June Heath Assistant Editor Helen Hendrix Business manager Delegene Davis Literary Editor Leila Faucett Typist Margaret Swift Typist E Lawerence Slaughter Photography Editor John Donica 1 Circulation Manager Jack Wilson Sports Editor Sem is Roach Business Editor Beane Ridenhour Sponsor E 'X vs En. ' F X Qin 'V , , 'N 1 - 'JM i' 1 , nf' K 'Q V, ' 'i 2 of QS ts E , V ,W ji, as J E I E-f 1 W n K .-AL.-1 X ' V A 1 Wm 4 X 1 I 1 ll nggucfenf aunci s 5 hiilj L.,.j .,,-"7" A President--Lawrence Slaughter Vice President--Don Provence Secretary--Sammie Roach Treasure--Ed. Potter Other members: Leon Faucett, John Donica, Joan Endicott, Harriett Foxton, Marion Masters, Bob Ellis, Tom Bennett, Betty Ann Slaughter. The student council is composed of the president of the student body, a vice-president chosen by the student body, presidents of the leagues, presidents of the classes and a representative from each class. The council has been busy this year in that it brought the constitution up to date, has a special room for council meetings and materials, snonsors Teen Town, ans sponsored the annual football dance.- I The finances have been secured from candy sales and at present has 8106.91 in the treasury with all bills paid ,,1T , e , 3,11 ,rf 9262 2130 CH . First Row: Imogene Jones, Louie Potter, Jimmy Michel, Rayma I e Heath, Delagene Davis, Mary Ann Dowdy, Max Cherry. Second Row: Rex Thurman, Raymond Sullivan, Gene Ross, Lawrence Jones Charlene Keas, Mary Anna rfhxwell, Alberta Lovett. ,Third Row Edward Potter, Leon Feucett, Mary Jo Lamaster, Beverly Eherr Merle Thurman, Leila Faucett, Mary Elizabeth Clopton. Fourth Row: Dick Oglesby, Cecil Ozbun, Bill Lawson, Harold Kbdffif Eifleuee Levine, Carl Hazel, John Donica, T. J. Hobson, Helen Hendrix In the fall of l9L0 a program of vocational training was initiated which was designed to train youth in many ocdhpations. The plan provides for student learners, over sixteen years of age, to be given an opportunity to learn their chosen occupations through a cooperative arrangement between the school and employer. They learn by working one alt or each school day in the occupation .and spending the other half ln school. Both the school and the employer contribute to this training-the employer by teaching the necessary occupational skills and the school by teaching the technical information of the trade or occupation. Each student enrolls ln the-course 'Tech nioal and Related Arts,' in which the technical and general related material regarding the occupation are taught. Two unite of credit may be earned toward graduation This year the D 0 Club ls organized with Max Cherry as raeulty adviser. The officers of the club are: Presl de t, Rayma June Heathg Vice-president, Jimmy Michel: Secretary, Marietta Levineg Treasurer, Leila Faucettg e Parllamentarian, Bill Lawson, and Sargent-at-arms, John Donica. ' , xh, G BOW POW POW POW POW FQFQAQ ---Bill Gardner, Donald Gardner, Earl Phillips, Gerald Fulp, Bill Combs, Lawrence Viney, John Miller. ---Marion Master Bob Ra Max Pfitz e J 4 , y n r, ack Malcom, John Winieske, Buford sones, Max Burbidge. ---Jerry Burbidge, Junior Robbins, Jim Wilks, Charles Donica, Glen Owens, Eugene Burleson, Junior Herndon. ---O. R. Tripp, Eugene Wolfe, Lloyd MoCullah, Ed Reidle Fred Evans, Roy Nivens, Alvin Cornman. ' -Gaylord Brechbuhler Jack Fl Charles Pi , y, 5 ller, Lawrence Slaughter, Roy Williams, Bill Reidle, Donald w0lfec f PNN N ' V ' 5 : 'f if I1 -iWZCkQ,irf, rx 19 YXkXxQ,!d.j6 ff: 5 af' :flff ' 'PS ' . Q-i'x Y X- xgim' fp' - N-,x ' ' 'ff . 1 i. ra. :P -':.'?i X. 5.: fg,..,,,, .MWMWWMM aww. C F' . A ... G lx' cnnlcooks arelnade x ev f ..not born' me cf' CH lst row Shirley Gray, Virginia Willoock, Jereldine Justice, Wilma Jean Lusk, Loraine Dunning, Leota Faye Dowdy, Willa Jean Hale, Edna Mae Heath, Georgenna Pllkenton, Edna Mae Bond, Mona Lou Cope, Dorothy-Carter, Louise Eaton, Bonnie Dowell. 2nd row--Lois Smith, Dore Lou Cline, Martha Lou Wise, Ina mae ,Thurman, Delores Atkinson, Dorothy Paohlhofer, Mary Ellen Cope, Elsie Mae Williams, Wanda Horner, Anna Margaret Seburn, Dorothy Murphy, Geraldine Sumnera 3rd row--Misa Matthews, Roberta Stewart, Nancy Williams, Genevieve Saunders, Helen Pachlhofer, Betty Portertield, Norma Jean Hutchin- son, Lucille Owens, Mary Ella Strain, Anna Marie Moriondo, Louise Bubanks Lth row--Dolly Love Davis, Marie Pease, Helen Ellis, Margaret Jane Rey, Ruth Ash, Estelle Elliott, Pauline Engler Hoover, Gladys Jean Huae, Phyllis Johnston, Helen Wallace , is : x 2 Q- x X gan!! -r X C, .f 'Q 2-,, 2 e fr ff-ff--1-N--v--.-f...., f--D-'ff-G-f-1 1.--ef-:'f""T"' f-H-H' Vako qgyHMp RA Front,Row a"'fE'?. e Shirley Pete, Mary Ann Dewdy, Pat Munday, Margaret Jane Ray, Sue Cochran, Billy Ray Robertson, Mamie Sue Moore, Jo Boswell, Anna Mae White, Maxine Wallin, Kathleen Conway, Bonnie Dowell, Alverta Hendrix, Gene H. Loy-Director. 2nd Row Ted MoCu11ah, Bob Atkieeon, Dick MoCaffery, Martha Wise, Ruth Dennis, Sallie Durham Bristow, Kathlene Eckles, Jack Stewart, Jim Michel, Louie Potter, Sammie Roach. 3rd Row Betty Jean McNeill, Jerry Bohm, Peggy Wilson, Pauline Engler Hoover, Pauline Lassiter, Anne Margaret Seburn, Joe McPherson, Kethlene Conway, Dorothy Murphy, Jim Phillips. hth Row - Georgena Pilkenton, Mildred Forrester, Bob Ray, Delagene Davis, Max Alleger, Jackie Bill Gardner. Sth Row Mary Elizabeth Clapton, Minford Jones, Jack Wilson, Louise Eubanks, Lawerenoe Slaughter, Gaylord Breohbuhler, Buford Jones. 5 l'Ll,l'D'l y OIF5 V U 3,0 WX Y' - -W 6 2 I, y y JH b x T1 f , ,- I D 5 - . 'V H ul X-A I b Us l H . l cpe - , n y l . , H AHA V f- y J JQ!nl'12l'!3'CQZ Lee c Fires Hou: Jewell Young, mrietta Levine, Beverly cherry Second Roll: .Tune Ross, Norma Lea Johnson, Jeans Hull, Nancy Lnndein, Helen Hendrix, Virginia Young , Third Row: Imogene Jones, Naomi Fulp, Geraldine Elmer, Betty Jean Maxwell, Helen Faye Jones, Bonnie LoueBu1-lc, s Fourth Row: Barbara Boyd, Earle. Pease, Geraldine Sumners, Wilma Ioan Lusk, Rosemary Burk, Leota Faye Dandy, W Iitth Rot: Ramona l'u1p,- Mary Lou Robbins, NBl11e.Young, Roberta stewart, no-may um Slaughter, nary Seburn, sixth Row: Jaunita Ray, Bayern Pannel, Shirley Sayers, Barbara Robbins, Dora Sue Hoover Wanda Breahbnhler 5' ' Q .' . 7 f f ' I K ' JN ,, V1 IRQ: am A V ft 57 " fwdzf , Q ff ,wr Z 1 5 fjlf - 'Y . FE., ' I N p -4 H -n W ov , , if 5 oaague icem President-Sammie Roach, Vice-Presidcntwsue Cochran, Recording Secretary-Rayma Juno Heath, Corresponding Secretary-Helen Hendrix, Treasurer-Catherine Crumply, Chaplain-Betty McNeil A Reitha Baxter-S'pons or 7 gggi QCIQM 2 Precident--John icerd Donica Vice President--Don Provance c Sec..a Tres.--Jim Mitchel ro Sergeant of Arms--Bill Sponsor--Gene c Due to conditions beyond our could not be secured of the Boys' Rcidle Loy - control, pictures League Officers. i r xwv xx vs 'Sb 509501: Yvcvi ot 'five mecca xxoce-ar' we gmc wma 5095.01 CM-ee Nlcxcke-xg mggvo , Wacom '?-3. 'Yo was -efgoveocee, '01 xkgie ifbvet Wvxevve and wb-if ect . drill. 527' Q 'L O18 1 OO 'Io Jz 8 'I S S Q J' ua' Io 'SJ' A I 6 Q Eff 291 or deziiasifv J94 o -9 190 5 ' ul,-Do I3 " -0 'iq W QJJZOPZJ,-Q8 8 060' 'Q 1-tv Qsbfbte ' T IQAQV 6 Wmisern 'Peek A Boo' een 0LUI'l Wwaltz Me Around Again Harry' A 'G1ggle Boxesw ll e'"'H''H'HIElines!!!llElIIEEEEilllllllIEEEHHIIIEIEIIEEIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII A 200361 uggn ANNUAL FGOTBALL DANCE , 4 - The-annual football dance was held Friday, December 8, l9Lh to celebrate the closing of football season. The queen, Marietta Levine was escorted by co-captains, Eddie Potter and Don Provence and her attendants to her throne. She was cro ned by Eddie Potter The dance started with the kick off with Don Provanoe making the kick and Shirley Pate receiving, claiming Don for the openin dannee . ' . L The queen'a attendants were: Sammie Roach Delagene Davis, Ioan snaioou, sue coem-an, Norm Lee Johnson, fean nun, Naomi Pulp, and Nbllia Ann Young. Their escorts warez' Louis Potter, Bill Sutton, Harold-Keatts Kenneth Campbell, Gene Ross, Jack Wilson, Bill Lawson, and Jimmy ' fM1che1. e V - ...4- - '-"M 5 :QQ 'w W.-.Q M f xi-if 9 .f ' V JA X,k ' . 2292 . , .44-1. , vp' 4a, ' 41Q.f,q . ,W , V I f 427' 454 , A" , , - 4415 fi'-' , -2 ' Q -'V'-QW' Q.e.r1S0Y'f'f'-5 ..- ' '- - ' --' -1 4 --1-:-:-mega- ' ', " - "' "..:'z-:-- -- :mg .. ,.,, ,, , ,, , ,, - V - - ----A Y Y 1. , ,, , ' ' " " ' W H 1 ' 'Ye ' 1 ' ' "uf - 3' ' A - 'Pi' "f" '----1--1-fe-:-::--:rv-1-1-Fsr.i4f-7-vSq:kg...:y.-:A-,E-v.,-.,-.4....f -U..-h.-.-,,.f ,km-x 1-Q. . ..., . ,, , , ,W N 1 ,- - , ,A h 1 orii I9 ljgJL7C7t!gCllf7 J u E f, 44 x Y,- Firet Row Pat Munday, Louis Potter, Gene Ross, Danny Clopton, Edward Potter Second Row Jimmy Michel, Kenneth Campbell, Bill McVey, Delyl Jones, Doyel Keller, Bobby Joe Sullivan Third Row Coach Cherry, Bill Lawson, J. W. Light, Bob Johnston, John Donioa, Billy Ray Muench, Ed Reidle Fourth Row . ' O .A Bill Reidle, Jack Wilson, Don Provence, Harold Keatts, Bill Sutton, Jack Fly J J ' 1944 Football Schedule N WE Sept. 29-Carthage O. . . here THEY 1 . Oct. 6-Nevada . there 0 Oct. 13-Lamar . . . here 26 12 f Oct. 20-Neosho . . . there 6 6 Oct. 27-Greenwood . . here 0 6 Nov. 3-JOpen Date 20 6 Nov. 10-Mt. Vernon . . . there 19 1,7 Nov. 17-Webb City . . . 'here O 20 Nov. 2LMOnett . . . here 0 0 J 26 'X N 5 L N E3 XX: First Row Harold Keatts, Bill Sutton, Louis Potter, Edward Potter, John Kleeman, Bill Lawson, Bill Mcvey , Standing Jack Wilson, Don Provence, John Donica, Danny Clopton n gootaaf Aurora vs. Mt. Vernon Aurora va Nonett Frf 75' , s i f Q oh , N X ZKMLQ LJ Jimmy Michel, Harold Keatts, Don Provence, B111 Lawson, T. J. Hobson Standing - Danny Clopton, Coach Cherry, Bob Atkinson 'F ff L Q. V, N-1 N.:-V I '9- 9 5 5 1 I S E 5 4 i 1 1 11 1 1 I 1 I 1 1 4 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 1 L 1 I 1 1 6,0 1 Pep leaders are: Nellie Ann Young, Dora Sue Hoover, Sammie Roach, Jewell Young, and Jeans-Hull. -Q3 5 es? if X V- v I Aurora vs Neoaho X 1 , P' ., I -' 4Q:52,:7', f I ' , - - J 'fu' "lf ' .j"'1-1 ', 5559, ,. N xx 3 1 4 E 5 1? 1 51 I 1 1 J Yi P? I 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 I 11 ff A Q 1 1 6 1 4 'a 541 1 1 T1 1. 1 I 1 1 I V 1 o e ,, W A , lst row Kenneth Campbell, Jimhy Michel, Eddie Potter, Pat Munday, Danny Clopton 2nd row Doyle Keller, Bill Lawson, John Donica, T. J. Hobson 3rd row Bill Mcvey, Bill Reidle, Ed Reidle, Delyl Jones Lth row Don Provence, Jack Wilson, Harold Keutts, Bill Sutton 65 511, Q p,,, Ted MoCullah, Leon Faucett Don Provence, John Donica, Pat Qunday -1 n I W 1 i 1 i 5 1 , I 4 1 , 1 J -1 ABR: 4 I x The following firms, business, and professional men of Aurora, ' have made possible the success of the NKennsl', and to them we are truly grateful and wish to thank than for their loyal support. xaA. B. C. Store ' Munday's Grocery ' Aurora Advertiser Hilton Brothers Implement Company C Aurora Bank Tasope ' Aurora Lumber CompanyA Ozark Cleaners Ben Franklin, 5 M 10 Harry E. Ritohert 'Q ' C. B. Binion Furniture Company Wilhite Hardware A Dr. c. E. Blythe C Midland cream-n-ies 'Bre1tenstein's, Inc.. E. B. Todd k Co panyl oCoca-Cola Bottling Company Marlin Todd Mfg. Company Dr. Harry T. Davis . Toft A Comnany Gas Service Company Wileonls I. G. A. Samus1's Berber Shop Wontgn Drugd lx V Annu Chevrolet . Grammar Dry Goods, Clothing k Shoes V I T V I Dr. JV. H. Hewlett, Aurora Bakery C ' ' Q Juvenile Shoe Corporation Aurora Greenhouses Dr, H, J. Larson Wilkes-Campbell Service Station Lenhart'a Studio k Employees Bryon E Taylor Aurora Free Press Aurora Farmers' Exchange White's Cafe Cameron L Willcook Dr Ethel C Ross Sm1th's Barber Shop Mike Rowe, Western Auto Ur F E Brown Reed's Laundry nrrora Cab Company, V C Talburt J J Bain R Son hap'a Bar B W 731' 5111303 A D8Vi8 Charles White Motor Company UY08 DPUB A R Wharton White House Meet Harket Walton Battery qgrvicg L D Potter Semm 0104 Press 1 1 o is V ' 'I 5- Fr Dillard an Son Louis Gatts Shoe Hospital I-Uflwvraphod by 1 , 2 ! I l 1 i ,4 ,, ui 3 s 3 e 1 e Q 5 f E ? I S S ? i 1' 4 E 'A Y E 5 E E4 S i H A wi , A ini J, JT si , ,gi .U 'is n .,2 K . L. 12' f 4 1- "5 . 1: if fi 1 Y! .1 -Q 'iii 'rs v' ,I V 11 A. 1,1 ss. ,fm .'2Y 13? I9 nk w I-if an .5 1 'l5. 113, F. f 5 . .xi , ' ,gfi . 'rf A . Li ' .44 Sl . :ri ,Aj A2 1 1 13 L'f. :, , W 321.4 sl f - x 1 Pi 9 -fs Q. ,fl ,QW , ,f Jgf 1 ' '1 wi, X My ,-1 ,Ny ' - ,. , ,N , I , , 111- 11-"'f'1v'1i1wff, f1,:1ggwy1-ri?-1 11:52, V ly,-y7-'s.'rl1'f4"' f" W "rw , Y '- , , -,- V . :,-1.1. 1 I I I P! W as :4'w"f"-Q! gT5'5?'?, 155' .,e1:v" -'Hr . , af, K L 1L4.w,TE ki -fp -1 V., 4 , Y 1' ' H ' 1 -.11 f V' 1 ., A 1 .v 1 , 1 . , , ,f 1 x a , 1 1 , I 1, . , 4 x' l,n. W 3 'lv . fwfr . 41 V ..- ,gyx , , -11 '- ' 1 1. 1 g -1 yy., 1 171' '- Effli-1, r s. rsfal' v ri. , '73 J-. : 11. W- ei! A, 1 k,, , 11 -ah., -LN" a . '1 fri :- , an . 1'-Tix, H. .naw 1 f 1- 1 4 '21:. ' tw ,rg X 1 Y 1 1 1 -X . 1 11 K if . H 1 fam, 1. 1 J 1 Q 1 . , , . N , . .. 1 1 ,fy .wr . ei'UA nr ., JA . -1, ff.. 1 1-?'N 1- , N 9 X .lm 1 ,.,,, "Y" 1 . 'ST , f 1 1.1 x 'H' L u 'Q If 5 ' v :',,,.,, 4 ," .-.1urug:- 1 -1 , 1 !-,,-- ,,r-- .. . ..,, -,.,..N, ,.-1. . mum ,,,.,.,.,, l v a . I I 5 5 l . I 1 5 w i s 5 a 2 i ! 1 e i 4 x L A x 5 f-.U -M 'Q il' .. 2 'lf , ,- -gt, - X .. 'WL- , W.-QI. , -- , .x ,ag . ,Yk' , ' fm" , W ,NEIL , L' 4, J if 5 A V Az.. g, lf 'inf -A V , ip, if a lyk ' 11.441 .1-,'4f'fLff 1,14 ...Q ,,. , L '31-35 "adm 2 ,fig Eff' iff, J' ,g:,,f ff ff ' ' -.45 1, f 1 ,fn .TC .vi . f 'H 1 4 x ' , V .r X- .Q , ax 1 ' -f-4 44 .4 11 V ' ' , 1 l ff -. Y ' Vw x , 2 .f . .Q- ' vi' E v K Y 4 1 I ' t 4 W. I ., , , is -'is ,J 1: .z x f Z ir A g an Hn ' H f'3f1,: - v ,,., - f,Jy1,,fH 1' ff l-r r X, , V 1, f . .x v . , . . .H f g, .1'Tf"' ' f"w'V .. '15, A "' ?'j,f4h E 'X - ks. ,- 1' .fifty f, 52 A ' - 'fi-r an ,Q W Y , ' 4 ffgigf ,il ,1 limb:-, , 'H ' JV' ' .Q J I y lf , 61,13-3:2 '- t -L7 ,iq ' K: . , HL ' 2 . . f' MIL f 1 ff Q' -.pill . ,L . , . V. ' A Y H Y' Ag. .9fl2,T' ,, 'VA ' ' Q ,- f if Twfff L 'Q 1 Jar" . Q' +1 V. X 2' , 115 . 'g , ' MF, vr. Qu: ,531 ,W Ev 2,1 . ,xl - L :N J' '4.1pJ', 5 Q fa - ' ffx1,,, 'J A K -f' -1, .gi .K ' ' H., A . -'v ' , -wi-zfm I Y egyv 334,411 14342 1' . fx, --'iv-.:' L a :' 1' "-fn, Lihue? , ',. ., , , 7 V , SM X 'V ' 'WVR ,T 2 3 .. .,,:,,U3:h. ,r 3-, ' uf. 'PY?f3,1 1, . .iw , , , Q' fc . A, 4 ' 1 U ' fif ,n f , , ,. I, M, Lu , . rl? .v A .6 1, ,. 4"w 7. 4 , H Nix , . 'En -J., Ji, ' ., -,. , i '- , 1 ,A 9 2 -, wgw ., 4, Q . 1: " '-.J 'V - . .V . . Qfylg V N ,- K L-7 ,' '- , QA ' 'AW ix at A 7 , ' 1 ,mf '47 lb. . v -VIN H 'i -lwegls ., .. -' A W' f' U 33 ' ,1,T.'w? 1 , ,. ffi 4 Y "A'gv'4, fp, -T.. 'A ' ' '- . . rg Kang . ' ., , f' I 1'-. 1 . f,,. . -fduukfx. ,u, LL ' ' - . ,Q 'C jfxkivrf JE Ti P '54


Suggestions in the Aurora High School - Kennel Yearbook (Aurora, MO) collection:

Aurora High School - Kennel Yearbook (Aurora, MO) online yearbook collection, 1932 Edition, Page 1

1932

Aurora High School - Kennel Yearbook (Aurora, MO) online yearbook collection, 1940 Edition, Page 1

1940

Aurora High School - Kennel Yearbook (Aurora, MO) online yearbook collection, 1949 Edition, Page 1

1949

Aurora High School - Kennel Yearbook (Aurora, MO) online yearbook collection, 1950 Edition, Page 1

1950

Aurora High School - Kennel Yearbook (Aurora, MO) online yearbook collection, 1951 Edition, Page 1

1951

Aurora High School - Kennel Yearbook (Aurora, MO) online yearbook collection, 1952 Edition, Page 1

1952

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.