Peruse the pages of the 1947 Orlando Senior High School Yearbook – The Tigando.
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Faculty and Staff
Page 10 Surnames of Faculty members of the English, Language and Special departments: Simpson, Dietz, Stone, Shaheen, Blakey, Nelson, Camburn, Thomas, Lighthiser, Crawford, Bazemore, Miller, Rogers, Murphie, Eldredge, Campbell, McEmber, Cason, Ferrel, Cunningham.
Page 11 Members of the Mathematics, Social Science and Science Departments. Surnames mentioned on this page include Agnew, McEntire, Kirst, Warner, Philips, Holbrook, Bruce, Osborn, Thomsen, Pardue, Brumbaugh, Brewton, McMakin, de Treville, Hyer, Margarian, Clifford.
Page 12 Orlando Senior High staff members for the Home Economic, Commercial and Physical Education departments. Surnames of teachers: Carter, Hendry, Brooks, Hudson, Carter, Tinkler, Pickett, Verkins, Hughes, Evans, O’Neil, Smith.
Page 13 Surnames of Clinic Staff, Library and Monitors Pierce, Gray, Little, Richter, Pettey, Harbin, McConnell, Marks, Holt, Locke, Stump, Eldredge, Clark, Muszynski, Pulsifer, Pickerill, Wallick, Bazemore, Gonce, Sharp, McBride, Wells, Atwood, Jones, Martin, Robertson, Kerr, Gonder, Postle, Garris, Dansby, B:rewton, Dornbrier, Travis, Lewis, Patrick, Cooper, Bang, Baldwin, Howey, Uthlaut, Elrod, Metz, Gardner, Plisco, Langley, Hunter, Durant, Hermann, Carmichael, Milligan, Huff, Perry, Magarian, Lucius, Nicholas, Lloyd, Carver, Hanes, Allen.
Page 94 Betty Marie Davis – President, Alvin Block – Vice President, Jimmie Nell Fleming – Secretary, Dabney Davis – Treasurer, Flo Johnson – Chaplain, Mr. Magarian – Sponsor. Surname of other students mentioned or identified in a group photo on page 94 include: Brown, Stone, Motley, Geier, Johnson, Judge, Pickering, Philips, Davis, Garris, Magee, Morgan, Helms, Glover, Hawkins, Day, Hagenmueller, Sims, Kelk, Davis, Alberty, Fleming, Connell, Knight, Hinson, Dearing, Moses, Block.
Page 95 Jimmie Nell Fleming – President, Conrad Stewart – Vice President, Nell Troy Kincaid – Secretary, Joey Pittman – Treasurer, Eleanor Cooper – Chaplain, Mr. Magarian – Sponsor. Surname of other students: Wolfe, Burton, Hicks, Ferris, Moon, Pittman, Stewart, Owsley, Rayborn, Evans, Baker, West, Skinner, Harding, Lott, Simmons, Cooper, Atwood, Fleming, Helms, Kincaid, Wharton, Barlow, Carstens, Hoffman, Crawford, Russell, Holleman, Buford, Elrod, Smythe, Hartley, Wakeman, Reeves, Patrick, Robertson, Johnson, Stephenfield, Hook, Clouser.
Seniors – Class of ’47
Prophecy Students mentioned in the Class Prophecy include Mary Ford, David Condrey, Ray Dixon, Shirley Hodoval, Alvin Block, Lawrence Carter, Bob Griner, Jimmy Porter, Frances Lee, Nancy Magruder, David Magruder, Robert Ramsdell, Bill Peeler, Betsy Burton, Hollis O. McCall, Juanita Morrison, Reed Morris, Art Alberty, Margeret Hampton, Harry Elrod, Bill Grant, Jimmie Nell Fleming, Ann Eidson, Morty Cohen, Suzanne Wheeler, Pat Kerr, Hugh Stump, Virginia Carter, Stavros Demopoulos, Nelda Wolfe, Warren Caverly, Jud Fulmer, John Benoit, Joel Wells, Bejie Barlow, Dorothy Clark, Carolyn Shiver, Ernest Hagenmueller, Nancy Day, James Milligan, Earl Compton, Edwin Philips, Joan Hiscock, Annelle Perry, Janice Null, David Pittman, Thomas Hasdorff, Eugene Reynolds, Thomas Hunter, June Cossin, Barbara Jones, Frank Page, Betty Jean Brown, Emily Strawn, Flo Johnson, Betty Land, Virginia Fisher.
Last Will and Testament Page 53 Names mentioned on page 53 – Last Will and Testament of the Class of ’47 include Beverly Hoffman, Bette Cooper, Sally Woodbury, Barbara Foster, Edith Foster, Dolores Trovillion, Dorothea Torvillion, Peggy Ann Steele, Terry Nunez, Betty Marie Davis, Marjorie Meckstroth, Ann Proctor, Jean Podmore, Micki Miller, Jean Ann Spaulding, Elaine Ritchie, Gene Boyd, Bernette Ablen, Winifred Struble, Agatha Loucks, Dabney Davis, Stavros Demopoulous, John Demopoulous, Helen Martin, Sissy McLeod, Irys Howey, Patti Michaels, Betty Ann Owsley, Margaret Brokaw, Jim Block, Betty Lou Curtis, Donna Claire Evans, Helen Riley, James Langley, Slim Estey, Bocky Smith, Bradley Dansby, Sydney Allen, Betty Carol Medlock, Jane Ives, Nell Troy Kincaid, Julia Bailey, Shirley Hurlbert, Betsy Burton, Mary Highgate, Sally Shearouse, Louise Finne, Jane Reynolds, Vera Jarvis, Helen Coith, Josephine Thibadeau, Catherine Torrance, Barbara Rinker, Beverly Stowe, Dan Smith, Dave Smith, Rodney Smith, Alfred Smith, Patty Ann Jackson, Kathleen Jackson, Phoebe Miller, Lois Miller, Harry Saunders, Hal Saunders, Juanita Knight, Geneva Knight, Phyllis Ryan, Jean Ryan, Hollis McCall, Paula Moon, Barbara Johansson.
Senior Class Officers Page 16 Class officers include June Cossin – President, Bob Griner – Vice President, Flo Johnson – Secretary, Conrad Stewart – Treasurer, Miss Thomas – Sponsor.
Page 18 Ablen, Adams, Alberty, Albertz, Andrews, Armstrong, Arndt, Arnette, Ashton, Atwood.
Page 19 Bailey, Barlow, Bazemore, Beach, Beaty, Benoit, Berman, Black.
Page 20 Blam, Block, Boland, Bouldin, Bourland, Boyd, Bray, Bridges, Broadwell.
Page 21 Brokaw, Brooks, Brown, Bryarly, Buchanan, Buisset, Bunnell, Burge.
Page 22 Burnette, Burton, Bush, Byrnes, Cappel, Carpenter, Carstens, Carter.
Page 23 Caul, Caverly, Chamberlin, Chapman, Cheek, Chubb, Clapham, Clark, Clouser.
Page 24 Cohen, Cole, Compton, Condrey, Conley, Cook, Corbett, Cossin, Courtney.
Page 25 Crum, Curtis, Dancy, Davis, Day, Dearing, Deloach, Demopoulos, Dixon.
Page 26 Dobbins, Dodd, Drake, Dreyer, Drury, Echelman, Eidson, Elrod, Estey.
Page 27 Evans, Finne, Fisher, Fleming, Ford, Foster, Fox, Franklin, Fuller.
Page 28 Fulmer, Futrell, Garris, Gay, Geier, Gilliam, Gonder, Gould, Grant, Gray.
Page 29 Green, Griner, Hagenmueller, Hallden, Halper, Hammond, Hampton, Hancock, Hardaway.
Page 30 Hardman, Hartzell, Hasdorff, Haverfield, Haymons, Heins, Hendrix, Highgate, Hinson, Hiscock.
Page 31 Hodge, Hodges, Hodoval, Holleback, Holt, Honour, Hoover, Horney, Howell.
Page 32 Howey, Humphrey, Hunley, Hunter, Irvine, Ives, Jackson, Jarvis, Johnson.
Page 33 Johnson, Johnston, Joiner, Jones, Kehler, Keith.
Page 34 Kelly, Kelsey, Kerr, Kessel, Keyman, Kline, Klug, Klunk, Knight.
Page 35 Knight, Kunze, Lancaster, Land, Lantz, Larson, Laughinghouse, Lee, LeFever, Lewis.
Page 36 Linnenkugel, Little, Long, Lynch, Macauley, Magruder, Martin, Maynard, Meara, Medlin.
Page 37 Medlock, Meek, Miller, Milligan, Mills, Moon, Moore, Morgan.
Page 38 Morgan, Morris, Morrison, Motley, Muroski, Murrah, Muszynaki, McBride, McCall, McCawley.
Page 39 McConnell, McCormick, McCree, McEachrane, McEver, McGinnis, McKenzie, McLaughlin, Nable.
Page 40 Nelson, Newton, Nicholas, Nickels, Nicodemus, Noble, Norris, Null, Ogilvie.
Page 41 Ogletree, Owens, Owsley, Page, Parron, Partin, Patrick, Peeler.
Page 42 Perry, Pettey, Philips, Pickerill, Pickering, Pierce, Pittman, Plisco, Podmore.
Page 43 Poeth, Porter, Prose, Ramsdell, Rayborn, Ream, Rehberg, Reynolds, Richards, Richardson.
Page 44 Richter, Rignall, Riley, Rinker, Robertson, Rogers, Ryan, Salomon.
Page 45 Saunders, Seidel, Self, Shaw, Sheddan, Shiver, Shupe, and Skinner.
Page 46 Slavik, Sloat, Smith, Smythe, Snipes, Spangler, Spivey.
Page 47 Staples, Starling, Steele, Stephens, Stewart, Still, Stone, Strawn, Stump.
Page 48 Taylor, Terezakis, Thomas, Thornton, Tiller, Tompkins, Torrance, Touchton, Townsend, Tucker.
Page 49 Turner, Underill, Underwood, Uthlaut, Van Cleef, Vincent, Waits, Wakeman, Walker, Wallace.
Page 50 Wallace, Wallick, Ward, Warner, Watts, Weakes, Webb, Weeks, Wells.
Page 51 Westover, Wheeler, White, Whitehead, Williams, Wilson, Windom, Witherington, Wittenstein.
Page 52 Wolfe, Wooten, Wollam, Boodbury, Woolford, Yates, Young, Zuck, Postle, Parrish, Rivers, Tucker.
Mosts… Cutest… Friendliest
Page 134 Most Beautiful – Betty Carol Medlock and Most Handsome – Bob Griner.
Page 135 Most Popular – Joan Hiscock and Starvos Demopoulos.
Page 136 Best All Around – June Cossin and Alvin Block. Please note that the names above the photograph are actually for the photograph that appeared to the right of the caption. That photo is listed in this archive as Friendliest pg. 137.
Page 137 Friendliest Jerry Chamberlin and Betty Land. Please note that the caption appearing under the photo: Best All Around – June Cossin and Alvin Block – actually goes with the photograph to the left of the caption – Best All Around, pg. 136.
Page 138 Most likely to succeed: Betty Marie Davis and Robert Smythe.
Page 139 Cutest – Patty Ann Jackson and Jimmy Milligan.
Page 140 Best Actors: Suzanne Wheeler and Hugh Stump. Most Scholastic: Jimmie Nell Fleming and Billy Geier.
Page 141 Best Speakers: Ann Edison and Harold Taylor. Most Musical: Virginia Carter and Reed Morris.
Page 142 Most Athletic: Lorraine Larson and Hollis McCall. Wittiest: Flo Johnson and Dabney Davis.
Juniors – Class of ’48
Page 54 Marjorie Meckstroth – President, Virginia Lee – Vice President, Shirley Hurlbert – Secretary, John Francisco – Treasurer, Mr. Thomsen – Sponsor.
Page 55 Adams, Aide, Akerman, Albritton, Alexander, Allen, Ambrose, Amici, Anderson, Anglin, Arestein, Asher, Atkinson, Avery, Ayers, Babb, Bailey, Baker, Baldwin, Barber, Barlow, Barnes, Bean, Beatty, Becker, Beldin, Bell, Bellifleur, Belvin, Berry, Bethea, Bishop, Boone, Boyce, Brant, Brice, Brierly, Brink, Brisbin, Browning.
Page 56 Bryan, Bumby, Burckhalter, Busby, Callanan, Cardhnke, Carey, Carmichael, Carter, Casebere, Cawthon, Chamberlin, Chapman, Chieves, Cladianos, Clark, Claudy, Claxton, Clingenpeel, Cloud, Clouser, Coith, Conrade, Cook, Cooper, Corbett, Coward, Cram, Crosby, Crowder, Crowell, Dansby, Daugherty, Demopoulos, Denson, Dippy, Dornbirer, Duncan, Durant, Dynes, Ellis.
Page 57 Evans, Feustal, Finne, Fisher, Fishback, Flora, Folds, Folsom, Foster, Francisco, Free, Freeman, Frisbie, Frye, Gardner, Garland, Gassler, Gerding, Gibson, Gonce, Gould, Gray, Griggs, Grissinger, Gunter, Haddock, Hamilton, Hartley, Hathaway, Hawkins, Heckle, Helms, Henderson, Hendrix, Heringdine, Hickman, Higgins, Hoequist, Hoffman, Holleman, Holt, Hopkins, Hottel.
Page 58 Hull, Hurd, Hurlbert, Jackson, Jennings, Jensen, Jeter, Jewell, Johansson, Johnson, Jones, Judge, Kayser, Kazansas, Keith, Kelly, Kelley, Kennerly, Hiehl, Kilmore, Kincaid, Kirkland, Knight, Lang, Layman, Lee, Lehman, Lennon, Lewis, Liddon, Lively, Livingston, Lloyd, Lott, Loucks, Lovejoy, Lowery, Lyon, Magee, Mallory.
Page 59 Mallory, Manley, Mansolo, Marks, Marshall, Mathis, Mayfield, Meckstroth, Medlin, Meiner, Mendenhall, Meredith, Metzger, Michaels, Miles, M iller, Mink, Mohme, Morris, Moses, Mundee, Murphy, Murray, Murrell, McAllister, McCall, McCarey, McDonald, McLaurin, McLeod, Nicholas, Nickels, Nolle, Nunez, Oestricher, Oldham, Orr, Osborn, Ottenberg, Palmer, Pardue, Parham, Parron.
Page 60 Patridge, Peele, Penland, Perry, Pharr, Phillips, Postle, Price, Pulsifer, Railsback, Rand, Randolph, Reece, Revelle, Reynolds, Rhodes, Riecken, Riley, Ritchie, Rivers, Roach, Roberts, Robertson, Robinson, Rooks, Ross, Rosson, Routh, Rowe, Roy, Sapp, Saulsbury, Scott, Searles, Seaver, Sharp, Shaw, Sheafer, Shealey, Shearouse, Sims, Smith.
Page 61 Smith, Snow, Spaulding, Spring, Starek, Steele, Stephenfield, Stephenson, Stewart, Stiles, Stone, Stowe, Stripling, Struble, Strycker, Sullivan, Summers, Sunday, Sutton, Swaidmark, Tallman, Teed, Thibadeau, Thompson, Thornton, Tigner, Tinsley, Trovillion, Turner, Tyson, Vance, Varner, Vazac, Vining, Vreeland, Wagner, Walsh, Walton.
Page 62 Warren, Wynell, Watkins, Wesson, West, Wetherell, Whaley, White, Wilder, Willard, Williams, Willsey, Winslow, Wolfe, Woolf, Wright, Yates, Young, Miller, Meek. (John Young – U.S. Astronaut is pictured on this page in his Junior year at Orlando Senior High School.
Sophomores – Class of ’49
Page 63 Jo Anne Davis – President, Shirley Hollingsworth – Vice President, Bob Livingston – Secretary, Betty Meyer – Treasurer, and Mrs. Shaheen and Miss Bruce – Sponsors.
Page 64 Abbott, Adams, Akik, Akin, Albritton, Alderman, Allen, Alman, Anderson, Atkins, Austin, Avera, Avent, Bagley, Bailey, Baker, Bamberg, Bandy, Bang, Barber, Barker, Barnes, Bates, Batten, Beach, Beaty, Beatty, Belcher, Belflower, Bell, Benefield, Bennett, Berman, Berndardt, Bernoil, Berry, Bethea, Bisplinghoff, Blake, Blakney, Blanca, Blasingame, Black, Borling, Bougas, Bowen, Bradshaw.
Page 65 Bradshaw, Brady, Brass, Brewton, Brinkley, Bronson, Brown, Bruett, Bruning, Burkett, Burns, Butterfield, Byerly, Byrd, Cappel, Carmichael, Canada, Carter, Carver, Chapman, Cheek, Clark, Clifton, Cohen, Cole, Comer, Connell, Conner, Corkhill, Cowart, Crandall, Crawford, Crew, Cross, Culley, Curry, Dann.
Page 66 Davies, Davis, Day, DeBrasse,Decker, DeJohn, DeLoach, Des Rosier, Dial, Dimond, Dixon, Donnelly, Draughon, Downing, Drawdy, Droege, Defore, Dukes, Dyer, Edwards, Eller, Ellis, Engdahl, English, Evans, Fakess, Falls, Farless, Farrell, Felton, Fiedler, Finch, Firth, Fish, Flippen, Flowers, Floyd, Folker, Folsom, Fox, Fretwell.
Page 67 Froberg, Fuller, Gardner, Gardiner, Geier, Gemenhardt, Giles, Gilman, Glenn, Glover, Goble, Goldberg, Gowthrop, Grant, Gray, Green, Grimm, Gunnoe, Hackett, Hafer, Hancock, Hanes, Harbin, Harding, Harold, Harris, Hatfield, Hawkins, Hayes, Heath, Helms, Hemmerle, Herring, Hicks, Hill, Hirsch, Hodge, Hollenbaugh, Hollingsworth, Hook, Hooks, Howard, Howington, Hudnall.
Page 68 Huff, Hunt, Hunter, Hyde, Irvine, Irwin, Isbell, Ivey, Jackson, Jensen, Johnson, Jones, Kachele, Kasper, Kelk, Kelly, Kemp, Kemper, Kennedy, Kepert, Kerr, Kirk, Kirkland, Kirkpatrick, Kirtley, Kock, Kottmeier, Kribbs, Lee, Lefkowitz, Lennon, Livingston, Llewellyn, Loucks, Lucius, Lunsford, Lutz, Lyle, Lynes, McAllister.
Page 69 McCorkle, McCormick, McDaniel, McGuffey, McIntyre, McKenzie, McLin, McMaster, McNair, McQuaig, Marshall, Martin, Matthews, Mauk, Mays, Mendoza, Menges, Metz, Meyer, Michael, Miller, Mixon, Mohr, Morie, Morgan, Morohoshi, Morris, Morrow, Murphy, Myers, Nash, Neal, Newcomer, Newham, Newsome, Nicholson, Nolle, Null, Nydegger, Ornberg, Page, Palmer, Parker, Parsons.
Page 70 Patrick, Peacock, Pearson, Pennington, Pepper, Perry, Pettigrew, Peurifoy, Pharr, Phillips, Pickering, Pierce, Pittman, Powers, Prettyman, Proctor, Putman, Quitman, Radcliffe, Radebaugh, Rademacher, Railsback, Ratti, Ray, Rayborn, Redding, Redmore, Reed, Ridge, Rives, Rogers, Roth, Rouse, Rowe, Rowland, Rountree, Rudiak, Rudler, Rupp, Russell, Rutherford, Schomberg, Schultheis, Seidner, Seiler.
Page 71 Sellers, Serros, Shader, Shell, Sholar, Siegel, Simmons, Simms, Sims, Singletary, Skinner, Skipper, Slough, Smith, Sneed, Soyka, Spears, Spongberg, Starling, Staton, Steele, Stevens, Stone, Strader, Strange, Studstill, Sullivan, Summers, Sweat, Tanner, Taylor, Teele, Temple, Thomas, Thompson, Thornton, Tibbets.
Page 72 Tigner, Tiller, Todd, Trapp, Travis, Tucker, Turner, Turristi, Tyler, Van Steenburg, Vazoc, Veazey, Voegelin, Vowler, Walker, Warren, Watson, West, Wharton, Wheeler, White, Whitehead, Wilkerson, Wilder, Williams, Wilson, Wimberly, Wingert, Wingerter, Winter, Witsil, Woolford, Wycoff, Yarbrough, Yates, Young.
Page 73 William Young, Walter Yuhl, Alvin Zalla, Dudley Zeller. Also photographed on the same page are Robert Roth, Rich Steck, Joy Carter, Bette Cooper, Elizabeth Lewis, Virginia Lee, Shirley Hurlbert, Nell Troy Kincaid, Varian Helms, Ann Mendenhall, Betty Jean Brown, Frank Page and Emily Strawn. Photos also show the Tiger Den Snack Bar, Senior Capers Dance, Mr. Ivey, Mr. Keith, Mr. Thomsen planning the Junior Class Day at Yowell-Drew-Ivey.
Page 76 features a photo of Coach Paul Pudge O’Neil, Ty Smith, Bob Verkins, Carlisle Hughes and Hollis McCall, Bert McCree, Kent Stevens, Bob McGinnis, Art Ross.
Page 77 Stavros Demopoulos, Peeler, McGinnis, Terezakis, McCall, Ross, Benoit, Ogilvie, Stevens, Francisco, Dobbins, Webb, Uthlaut, Estey, Irvine, John Young, Fulmer, Browning, Buford, Hickman, McCree, Traveler, Barnes, Nicodemus, Turner, Akin, Murphy, Osteen, Coach O’Neil, Coach Hughes, Flowers, Kirkland, Butterfield, Bethea, Mills, Ayres, Kerr, Yuhl, Lloyd, Stiles, Nelson, Railsback, Crandell, Simms, Nolle, Thompson, Murphy, Skinner, Paul, Verkins, Roth, Pittman, Davis, Chamberlin, Franklin, Coach Smith.
Page 78 Bill Peeler, George Terezakis, Art Ross, John Young, Dabney Davis, Jerry Chamberlin, Jim Franklin, John Francisco, Bob McGinnis, John Demopoulos, Jud Fulmer.
Page 79 Team members Jimmy Hickman, Julian Tigner, Bert Cook, Kent Stevens, Bob Ogilvie, Gilbert McCree, Stavros Demopoulos, Hollis McCall, Chandler Akin. Highlights from football games between O.H.S. and Jefferson of Tampa, Clearwater and Lakeland are featured.
Page 83 Individual photos for Charles Townsend, Art Alberty, and Bert McCree can be found on page 83. Group photo includes: McCall, Seaver, Alberty, McCorkle, Mooney, Fulmer, Grant, Benoit, Franklin, Hartley, Lyon, McGinnis, Railsback, Smith, Frisbie, Stone, Demopoulos, Denson, Starling, Willoughby, Towsend, Hoequist, Pittman, Radebaugh, Whitehead, Cram, Starling, Wilder. Gilbert McCree and Bert Cook are part of the team but were not pictured.
Page 84 Individual photos for Stavros Demopoulas, Bill Grant, Jud Fulmer, John Benoit, and Jimmy Franklin. Others mentioned on the page include Jack Borling, Pat Patillo, Paul O’Neil, Bill Daley, Bummie Townsend, Art Alberty, Gil McCree, Frisbie, Frisby.
Page 85 Ralph Dobbins and Bill Peeler are featured in single photos on page 85. Surnames of the team members identified in a group photo on the page include: Francisco, Cloud, Stevens, Flowers, Reed, Walker, Fielder, Browning, Dobbins, Stone, John Young*, Corbett, Dyer, Mills, Mohme, Peeler, Tigner, Dye, Milligan, Crandall, Sellards, Roth, Hanes, Bumby, Radcliff, Pharr, Branham, Felton, Stone, Manley, Sowerly, Cloudy. * This is THE JOHN YOUNG – Astronaut.
Page 86 George Reed, Jimmy Dye, LeRoy Browning, Douglas Fielder, Bobby Flowers, Gerald Walker, Jimmy Stone, Robert Crandall, Jerry Corbett, Jerry Cloud, Kent Stevens, Donnie Dyer, Johnny Francisco, Julian Tigner, Leonard Gemeinhardt, Coach Hughes and Jimmy Milligan.
Page 121 Officers of the boys’ teams include Tommy Rowe – President, Al Richardson – Vice President, Donald Dearing – Secretary Treasurer, Mr. Thomsen – Sponsor. Team captains were Tommy Rowe, Ronald Perry, Donald Folker, Jerry Soyka and Co-Captains were Donald Dearing, Dick Henderson, Jerry Akik, Melvin Curry. Surnames of members of the boys’ bowling teams: Folker, Dearing, Perry, Gardner, Curry, Jones, Stone, Peele, Henderson, Richardson, Soyka, Diamond, Droege, Davis, Salomon, Kemper, Block, Wittenstein, Akik, Yates, Wilson, Starling, Abbot, Hook, Hancock, Elrod, Rowe, Sparks, Thomas, Fish, Hardman.
Page 80 1947 game between Orlando Senior High School and Miami Beach High School. Persons mentioned on the page include Coach Ty Smith, Bummie Townsend, Hollis McCall, Bob McGinnis, Milton Drake.
Page 81 Millton Drake, Jack Lyon, Art Ross, Hollis McCall, Hugh Stump, Bummie Townsend, Bob McGinnis, Douglas Fiedler, Jerry Cloud, Hollis McCall, Johnny Francisco, Coach Smith.
Page 82 Photos of Charles Bummie Townsend – Captain, Johnny Francisco, Jerry Cloud, John Culley, Kenneth Atkins, Bob Ginnie McGinnie, Hugh Stump, Douglas Fielder and the Team Record including the Regional Tournament and State Tournament.
Page 87 Surnames of students include Bell, Bennett, Bates, Alderman, Sowerby, Burns, Corbett, Turner, Allen, Comer, McMahan, Henderson, Hancock, Clark, Brodeur, Claypool, Hagenmueller, Gould Droege, Cowart, Frazier.
Page 88 members of the golf team: Donald Dearing, Jack Busby, Jimmy Brass, Pat Clapham, Alston Wilson, Kenneth Kiehl, Wayne Estey. Members of the Boys tennis team include Reed Morris, Earl Compton, Connie Stewart, Jack Staton, Wayne Mathin, Gne Carpenter, Billy Uthlaut, and Jimmy Russell.
Basketball Surnames of students appearing the photos include: Avent, Peurifoy, McKenzie, Nydegger, Larson, Greene, Ashton, Heringdine, Mink, Baker, Claxton, Ottenberg, Gardner, Daugherty, West, Honour, Young, Dodd, Hunley, Hartzell, Green, Lynes, Pickering, Spears, Wheeler, Vann, Avent. Surnames of students mentioned but not included in a photograph are White, Revelle, Lucius, Connell, Tigner, Tibbets, Warner, Newsome.
Bengalieres Officers Sally Woodbury – Captian, Pat Kerr – 1st Lieutenant, and Beverly Hoffman – 2nd Lieutenant are identified in a photo on the page. Sponsor is Mr. Robert R. McEmber. Surnames of all the girls participating in the Bengaliers and pictured in a group photo on the page include Hoffman, Laughinghouse, Wolfe, Wetherell, Cooper, Johannsen, White, Boone, Bailey, Pickerill, Sloat, Jones, Finne, Bourland, Parham, Crowder, Ryan, Mendenhall, Fishback, Cappel, Spring, Woodbury, LeFever, Holt, Carey, Kerr, Day, Steele, Dornbirer, Kincaid, Foster, Podmore, Miller, Ryan, Foster.
Bowling The Orlando Girls’ Bowling League was a part of the American high School Bowling Congress. The captains were Rachel Heckle, Ester Ornberg, Ann Proctor, Sissy McLeod, Elizabeth Gunter, June Wright, Nancy Conner, and Lois Carmichael. Students identified on page 120 include Sissy McLeod – President, Sidney Allen – Vice President, Frances Durant – Secretary, Ellen Kirkpatrick – Treasurer, Mrs. Cason – Sponsor. Surnames of students appearing in a group photo of all the teams include: Wilson, Bradshaw, Ornberg, Conner, Trovillion, Parham, Beatty, Michael, Spongberg, Heckle, Miller, Carmichael, Durant, Proctor, Kirkpatrick, Wilson, Albritton, Chamberlin, Gunter, Foster, Rayburn, Baldwin, Crum, Hoover, Wright, Allen, McLeod, Shearouse, Moon, Robertson, Spangler.
Cheerleaders Officers are Barbara Rinker – Captain, Jimmy Clouser – Co-Captain, Miss Anne Bruce – Sponsor. Students identified in a group photo are Billy Atkinson, Jean DeLoach, Norman Vreeland, Nelda Wolfe, Jack Kazanzas, Barbara Rinker, Jimmy Clouser, Joan Hiscock, Lacy Johnson, Patty Ann Jackson.
Soccer Rudler, Baker, Wheeler, Newsome, Stark, Des Rosier, Mink, Claxton, West, Dodd, Hunley, Larson, Hartzell, Honour, Stephens, Ashton, Baker, Avent, Lynes, Stark, Rudler, Borah. Surnames of members not photographed includeDougherty, Haddock, Heringdine, Revelle, Humphrey, Tucker, Bradshaw, Green, Vann, Tigner.
Varsity Club Club officers: Lorraine Larson – President, Cynthia Mink – Vice President, Jewell Pickering – Secretary Treasurer, Helen Evans – Sponsor, are featured in a photo on the page. The club’s sponsor is Miss Helen Evans, the girls’ physical education director.
Volleyball Newton, Larson, Green, Tibbets, Rudler, Haddock, Johnston, Avent, Oldham, Newsome,McKenzie, Newham, Mink, Baker, Claxton, Daugherty, Johnston, Revelle, West, Winslow, Pickering, Avent, Greene, Irvine, Newsome, Spears, Tigner, Wheeler, White, Dodd, Hartzell, Hunley, Jackson, Jarvis, Motley, Newton.
Page 143 Assorted images of students including marching band and cheerleaders in parade. Glidden Paint store visible in the photo.
Page 144 Assorted images of students including school bus and Orange County Vocational School, Honor Society.
Page 145 Assorted images of students including Dabney Davis as a baby, Harry and Hal as babies, May Day Festival at Marks Street School 1941, Betty Jean Brown and Patty Ann Jackson photos (age six), Hillcrest 1941, Concord School sixth grade 1941, May Day festival at Kaley School 1941, Marks Street School – 1938, Princeton School – 1941, Hillcrest School – 1941, Delaney School – 1941.
Page 96 Mixed Chorus, Girls’ Glee Club, and A Cappella Choir. Officers were Charles Lancaster – President, Gloria Bryarly – Secretary, Walter Barnes – Treasurer (all three identified in a photograph on that page) and Miss Campbell – Sponsor. Surnames of other students listed on the page include, Adams, Austin, Babb, Bang, Beach, Block, Byery, Carmichael, Chambers, Cheek, Crawford, Crowder, Curry, Davies, Davis, Dreyer, Durant, Dynes, Edwards, Evans, Gibson, Hendrix, Hodge, Hudnall, Hull, Ivey, Jones, Kemper, Kilmore, Kribbs, Kreching, Layman, Lee, Lloyd, Lunsford, Monk, Meek, Murohashi, Null, Price, Rolison, Russell, Ryals, Saulsbury, Stalnaker, Stepheur, Stewart, Sullivan, Summers, Vance, Wagner, Warren, Wilson, Alben, Aide, Albritton, Avera, Bailey, Barber, Barker, Batton, Beatty, Bowen, Boyd, Britt, Canada, Carver, Clifton, Cole, DeLoach, Firth, Gardnier, Gassler, Girding, Glenn, Greene, Grimm, Gunnoe, Hafer, Harold, Hawkins, Heckle, Hicks, Irwin, Kelly, Lott, Loughe, Lyle, Marks, McDaniel, McLin, Miller, Milton, Mixon, Newcomer, Newham, Ornberg, Parson, Patrick, Pepper, Powers, Prettyman, Rhynehart, Roach, Rountree, Rouse, Sellers, Shader, Shomberg, Sims, Smith, Starch, Strader, Sullivan, Summers, Temple, Thompson, Travis, Turpin, Veazey, Wharton, White, Williams, Wingate, Armstrong, Austin, Barnes, Beatty, Block, Boyce, Brant, Brice, Brooks, Carter, Cooksey, Cossin, Crawford, Curtis, Dodd, Finne, Free, Frye, Gillian, Gonder, Gray, Hampton, Hoverfield, Skinner, Spangler, Sparks, Spivey, Stewart, Swaidmark, Tiller, Tyson, Whitehead, Wilson, Woolf, Yates.
Page 97 Photos from the Christmas Pageant and Gaslight Gayeties
Page 126 Three members are identified on page 126 in individual photos: Reed Morris – Major Drum Major and Field Commander, Robert R. McEmber – Conductor, Conrad Stewart – Captain Band Executive Officer. Group photo of the band with members identified by section. Surnames of students listed include, Kelsey, Fischer, Seller, Hardman, Fisher, Jensen, Gay, Albertz, Cross, Higgins, Kelly, Stowe, Steck, Dippy, Bridges, Alexander, Fuller, Casebere, Siegal, Cole, Donnelly, Staples, Long, Davies, Kline, Page, Fish, Livingston, McAllister, Schultheis, Blasingame, Morris, Moore, Riley, Miller, Kennerly, Walsh, Compton, Thomas, Rhodes, Richardson, Brown, Smith, Mansolo, Bellifleur, Blake, Klunk, Hunter, Phillips, Shell, Caverly, reynolds, Kunze, Karehnke, Brady, Mondoza, Belcher, Wittenstein, Myers, Wood, Rowe, Burkhard, Ramsdell, Taylor, Fox, Huff, Moore, Fakess, Fretwell, Byrd, Stewart.
Page 127 Orlando High School Band in marching formation. The members are not identified.
Clubs and Organizations
Aviation Club The Girls’ Aviation Club is featured on page 119 in the 1947 Orlando Senior High School yearbook. Club officers include Shirley Hurlbert – President, Nancy Boone – Vice President, Helen Carstens – Secretary, Julia Bailey – Treasurer, Carolyn White – Sergeant at Arms, Miss Anne Bruce – Sponsor, Mrs. Betty Sloane – Instructor. Surnames of club members identified in a group photo on the page includes Sloat, Carey, Davies, Bobb, Hurlbert, Boone, Bailey, Bruce, Sloan, White, Carstens, Pickerill, Johansson, Hoffman, Laughinghouse, Yarborough, Struble.
Diversified Cooperative Training Officers of the Diversified Cooperative Training club identified in a photo on page 112 in the 1947 Orlando Senior High School yearbook include: Maurice Patrick – President, Reggie Lamb – Vice President, Mildred Morris – Secretary, Richard McAllister – Historian, Louise Brown – Reporter, Frank Mohme – Sergeant at Arms, Mrs. Amy Cason – Sponsor.
Boys Drill Corps Major Elrod is identified in a photo on page 125 . Officers mentioned are Harry Elrod – Major, DeWayne Free – Staff Sergeant, David Condrey – Captain First Platoon, Monroe Beach – Platoon Sergeant First Platoon, Luther Thomas – Lieutenant Second Platoon, Terry Nunez – Platoon Sergeant Second Platoon, Jack Plisco – Lieutenant Third Platoon, and Charles Lancaster – Platoon Sergeant Third Platoon. “The purpose of the Student Military Training Corps is to teach the boys of OHS the fundamentals of drill and discipline. This corps, under the supervision of Principal W. R. Boone, has proved itself an aid to those who later entered the service.”
Girls Drill Corps The Girls’ Drill Corps is featured on page 124 in the 1947 Orlando Senior High School yearbook. Officers were Emily Strawn – Major, Winifred Struble – Secretary, Jean Ann Spaulding – Treasurer, Vivian Scott – Chaplain, Betty Jean Brown – reporter, Miss Helen Evans – Sponsor. Identified in a photo on the page is Jimmie Nell Fleming and Emily Strawn. A group photo on the page shows the Drill Crops in their uniforms but does not identify each of the members.
Hi-Y Officers identified in a photo on the page include: David Pittman – President, Hal Saunders – Vice President, Charles Lancaster – Secretary, Edwin Philips – Treasurer, Jimmy Clouser – Sergeant at Arms, Mr. Leon Osborn – Sponsor. Surnames of students identified in a group photo on the page include: Demopoulos, Hoequist, Alberty, Andrews, Smith, Fulmer, Cook, Thompson, Elrod, Wallace, Williams, Fakess, Partridge, Walker, Sholar, Uthlaut, Starling, Nable, Mills, Lancaster, McGinnis, Saunders, Smith, Stump, Franklin, Johnson, Tiller, Griner, Chamberlin, Witherington, Clouser, Grant, Osborn, Barnes, Van leet, Brown, Fox, Manley, Hartley, Pittman, Hagenmueller, Saunders, Bailey, Vehlen, Freeman, Hardman, McCall, Wakeman.
Home and Hobby & Future Homemakers Officers of the Home and Hobby Club identified in a photo on the page include: 1st Period Officers: Betty Little – President, Jean Wilson – Vice President, Marilyn Ottenberg – Secretary Treasurer, Marilyn Clark – Reporter; 2nd Period: Geraldine Touchton – President, Betty Ann Holt – Vice President, Hazel Willard – Secretary Treasurer, Helen Spongberg – Reporter, Miss Annie Lou Carter – Sponsor. Future Homemakers of America are Gloria Seidell, Julia Bailey, Mrs. Belle C. Brooks – Sponsor, Peggy Dodd, Phoebe Miller, Marjorie Petty – State Historian.
Key Club Club officers identified in a photo on the page are Conrad Stewart – President, Frank Page – Vice President, Art Alberty – Secretary, Gene Carpenter – Treasurer, Ernset Hagenmueller – Chaplain, Mr. Brumbaugh – Sponsor. Surnames of others students identified in a group photo on the page include: Stewart, Manley, Meiner, Alberty, Page, Philips, Hagenmueller, Block, Carpenter, Uthlaut, Compton, Hook, Denson, Smith, Taylor, Morris, Cloud, Clouser. Not pictured are Robert Smythe, Jimmie Cheek, John Young*, and Stavros Demopoulos. *This is THE JOHN YOUNG – Astronaut.
Lens and Shutter Club Officers shown in a photograph on the page include Margaret Brokaw – President, Louis Savik – Vice President, Marjorie Meckstroth – Secretary, Beverly Hoffman – Treasurer, Nelda Wolfe – Chaplain, and Varian Helms – Sergeant at Arms. Surnames of other students identified in a group photo on the page include Virginia Lee, Eloise Fishback, James Turrist, Ann Mendenhall, Frances Long, Mary Rignoll, Carie Lou Hull, Brbara Johansson, Helen Martin, Donald Corbett. Members of the Shutter Club not pictured include Nancy Boone, Bette Cooper, June Cossin, Virginia Fisher, Beverly Hoffman, Irwin Halper, Linda Saunders, Betty Stewart, Ruth Travis, Nelda Wolfe, Louis Slavik, Stewart Kerr.
National Forensic League
Page 98 The officers of the club were Carolyn Shiver – President, Robert Smythe – Vice President, Joan Hiscock – Recording Secretary, Patty Ann Jackson – Corresponding Secretary, Ann Eidson – Treasurer, Mrs. Irene Lighthiser – Sponsor. Others identified in the photographs are Mrs. Lighthiser, Ed Philips, Morty Cohen, Eleanor Cooper, Louise Finne, Judy Finne, Marjorie Meckstroth, Nell Troy Kincaid, Donna Evans, Al Block, Betty Marie Davis, Mrs. Lighthiser, Joan Hiscock, Carolyn Shiver, Robert Symthe, Jimmie Nell Fleming, Patty Ann Jackson, Phoebe Miller, Ann Eidson, Reed Morris.
Page 99 Forensic Follies – students include Nell Toy Kincaid, Donna Evans, Betty Marie Davis, David Pittman, Jud Fulmer, Dabney Davis, and Wayne Estey.
Page 100 Station N.F.L. the high school’s weekly radio show “O.H.S. – On The Air” broadcast weekly on the Orlando station – WLOF radio. Students identified in the photos on the page include Phoebe Miller, Louise Finne, Morty Cohen, Ed Philips, Patty Ann Jackson,Helen Blam, Harold Taylor, Betty Marie Davis, Ann McKenzie, June Buisset, Dorothy Brooks, Marjorie Meckstroth, Joan Hiscock, Sue Wheeler, Jane Allen Sharp, Earl Compton, Ronald Manley, Ed Philips, Bocky Smith, Catherine Torrence, Nancy Boone, Jimmy Miligan, Al Block, Ann Eidson, Paula Moon, Morty, Cohen, Ann Mendenhall, Alton Lively, Graham Wallace. (WLOF went on to become the favorite Top-40 radio station in Orlando during the 1960s and 1970s. The photos capture several of the WLOF radio microphones.)
National Honor Society Photos and information on the Omicron Eta Sigma Chapter of the National Honor Society at Orlando Senior High School. Officers are Alvin Block – President, Joan Hiscock – Vice President, Jimmy Nell Fleming – Secretary, Billy Geier – Treasurer, Mrs. Miller – Sponsor. Students identified in photos on that page include: Joan Hiscock, Jimmie Nell Fleming, Nancy Day, Ann Eidson, Vera Jarvis, Carolyn Shiver, Dan Hinson, Alvin Block, Billy Geier, Joel Wells, Donald Dearing.
Orange and White Staff
Page 128 – Tiger Talk was published every Saturday in the Orlando Reporter Star. Tiger Talk staff members are identified in individual photos on page 128. They are Theron Nunez – Editor in Chief, Margaret Brokaw – Assistant Editor, Miss Nelson – Sponsor, Betty Jean Brown – Assistant Editor, and Peggy Ann Steele – Copy Reader. A photo of the entire staff is also featured on the page, but the students are not identified.
Page 129 – The Orange and White was published every three weeks by the journalism class at Orlando Senior High School. Tiger Talk staff members are identified in individual photos on page 129. They are Peggy Anne Steele – Editor in Chief, Terry Nunez – Managing Editor, James Robertson – Business Manager, Betty Jean Brown – News Editor, Betty Carol Medlock – Editorial Assistant, June Cossin and Helen Blam – Feature Editors, Dan Hinson – Sports Editor, Margaret Brokaw and Virginia Fisher – Business Assistants, Fl Johnson – Exchange Editor, Jean Podmore and Mary Ann Miller – Staff Artists, Irys Howey and Bernette Ablen – Copy readers, E. Mildred Nelson – Adviser, Delrey Bourland, Jene Boyd, Jane Johnson, Helen Spangler – Reporters.
Pan American League The Pan American Club is featured on page 105 in the 1947 Orlando Senior High School yearbook. The officers are: Bill Wakeman – President, Nancy Day – Vice President, Irys Howey – Secretary, Miss Ann C. Stone – Sponsor, Janis Wells – Treasurer, Paula Moon – Historian, Charles Wells – Mascot. The surnames of students identified in a group photo on the page include: Miller, Foster, Fernandez, Wells, Blanca, Foster, Cawthon, Livingston, Marshall, Wakeman, Evans, Wells, Moon, Magee, Day, Judge, Wallace, Riecken, Dynes, Murrell, Kennerly, Cram, Drawdy, Howey, Geier, Stone, Mendoza.
Pep Club The O.H.S. Pep Club is featured on page 109 in the 1947 Orlando Senior High School yearbook. Officers identified in a photograph on the page include: Jimmy Milligan – President, Carolyn Shiver – Secretary, Betty Medlock – Treasurer, Ann Eidson – Sergeant at Arms, Miss Lulu B. Blakey, and Mrs. Julian Hyer. A group photo is also included on this page but students are not identified by name.
Page 102 Students identified on page 102 include: Pat Kerr – President, Miss Murphy – Sponsor, Mary Ford – 1st Vice President, Dabney Davis – wnd Vice President, Bette Cooper – Secretary, Suzanne Wheeler – Treasurer. Other students mentioned on the page but not pictured are Nell Troy Kincaid, Helen Kessel, Hugh Stump, Jack Kelk, Thomas Hasdorff, Nancy Bruning, Danny Gray, Harold Taylor, Louise Finne, Macauley Andrews, Terry Nunez, Patty Ann Jackson, James Grant, Shirley Hurlbert.
Page 103 Pages 102 and 103 in the 1947 Orlando Senior High School yearbook feature The O.H.S. Thespians and scenes from some of their productions. Students identified on page 103 include: Pat Kerr, Hugh Stump, Harold Taylor, Nell Troy Kincaid.
Page 130 Students identified on page 130 include Joan Hiscock – Editor in Chief, Mary Ford – Assistant Editor, Mrs. Irene Miller – Advisor, Ed Philips – Business Manager, Ernest Hagenmueller – Assistant Business Manager, Patty Ann Jackson – Advertising Manager, Nancy Day – Literary Editor, Joel Wells and Lorraine Larson – Sports Editors, Ann Eidson – Activity Editor, Vera Jarvis – Photographic Editor, Betty Jean Brown – Feature Editor, Richard Terry Walsh – Art Editor, Helen Carstens – Typing Chairman, Harold Taylor – Assistant Advertising Manager, Catherine Torrence and Suzanne Wheeler – Assistant Literary Editors, Donna Evans – Assistant Photographic Editor, Emily Strawn – Assistant Feature Editor, Betty Ann Owsley, Leah Bush, Nelda Wolfe, Dabney Davis – Advertising Staff, Betty Carol Medlock, Janis Wells, Bocky Smith – Business Staff, and Myra Hallden, Dorothy Brooks, Margaret Brokaw, Rita Caul, Alice Macauley, Betty Anne McBride – Typing Staff.
Page 131 Students identified in group photos on page 131 in the Orlando Senior High School yearbook include Patty Ann Jackson, Ann Eidson, Vera Jarvia, Nancy Day, Betty Jean Brown, Joel Wells, Helen Carstens, Donna Evans, Nelda Wolfe, Myra Hallden, Kitty , Leah Bush, Harold Taylor, Sue Wheeler, Betty Carol.
Tiger Den Committee Photos and information on the Tiger Den Committee. The Tiger Den was “one of the most outstanding youth centers in the state.” Officers are: June Cossin – Student Chairman, Eloise Fishback – Assistant Chairman, Sara Brown – Secretary, Mrs. Dabney Davis – Adult Chairman. Students identified in photos on the page include: June Cossin, Barbara Menges, Eloise Fishback, Sarah Brown, Harry Stripling, Betty Land, and Charles Meiner. Other persons mentioned on the page include: Jimmy Franklin, Bobby Brown, Mr.John Thomsen, Mr. Claude Wolfe, Mrs. Martin Anderson, Miss Lorena Thomas, Miss Anne Burce, Mrs. Dabney Davis, Mrs. Beatrice Little.
Tiger Den Radio Players Photographs of the “Tiger Den Players, a group of OHS students who produce weekly radio programs over Station WDBO. The group was organized in June of 1946 and under the direction of Don McAllister of the WDBO announcing staff, the players write, produce and act their own productions which are aired every Friday at 5:45 p.m.”
Torch Society Students in the Torch Society had been members of the National Junior Honor Society in junior high schools. Officers are: Eleanor Cooper – President, Marjorie Meckstroth – Vice President, Betty Marie Davis – Secretary, John Young* – Treasurer, Miss Margaret Brewton – Sponsor. These persons are identified in a photograph on the page. Surnames of students identified in a group photo on this page include: Williford, Glover, Crew, Engdahl, Hollingsworth, Harding, Kottmeier, Meyer, Wharton, Pickering, Kemp, Hodge, Patrick, Carey, Daves, Davies, Thibadeau, Wingart, Cooper, Brown, Hill, Turner, Helms, Falls, Meckstroth, Wimberly, Wheeler, Wilder, Cole, Moon, McLaughlin, Davis, Blam, Helms, Stewart, Swaidmark, Wilson, Cooper, Dynes, Zalla, Pittman, Livingston, Kennerly, Marshall, Mauk, Cheek, Meiner, Goble, Johnson, Pulsifer, Morris, Stowe, West, Isbell, Nydegger, Cawthon, Jensen, Johnson, Kelb, Martin, Prettyman, Nolle. *John Young pictured is “THE JOHN YOUNG” – Astronaut.
Veterans Club Members of the Veterans’ Club are featured on page 118 in the 1947 Orlando Senior High School yearbook. These young men fought in World War II and returned home to complete their high school education. Mentioned or identified in photos on the page include: George Medlin – president, Embree Pearson – Vice President, Richard Cook – Secretary-Treasurer, James Mills – Publicity Manager, Mr. Clifford – Sponsor, Frank Bray, Reggie Lamb, Dick Cook, Morris Patrick, Harold Williams, James Mills, Russell Morrison.
Page 148 Kamper Studios at 108 South Court Street in Orlando is featured in the advertisement on page 148 in the 1947 Orlando Senior High School yearbook. Owners: Robert W. Kamper and Bert R. Anderson.
Page 149 Yowell Drew Ivey Co. (Fashion and quality store since 1894. Could this be the predecessor of Ivey’s Department Store?); O’Neal Branch Company, Inc. (Stationery and office supplies located at 39-43 East Pine Street. Mabelle O’Neal – President, Tim B. Merrill – Vice President, William S. Branch – Treasurer), and the Angebilt and San Juan Pharmacies on Orange Avenue.
Page 150 Dickson and Ives clothing store for ladies and Walter Menges clothier to men.
Page 151 Florida State Theatres of Orange County (Beacham Theatre, Vogue Theatre, Rialto Theatre, Roxy Theatre, Grand Theatre, Cameo Theatre); Frances Slater gowns, wraps and sports clothes; Publix Market at 808 E. Washington Street, and Peck’s Quality Cleaners at 813 East Washington Street (Michael Ross, Manager).
Page 153 Walk Over Shop located at 64 North Orange Avenue (Store Personnel: A. W. Anderson, C. N. Gorebner, E. G. Scherer, R. L. Kline, Otto Buttonhoff, Mrs. E. E. Long, Mary Bruner, J. E. Leete. Owners: H. N. Baker, E. W. Baker, E. K. Stogle, J. E. Leete); Denmark’s Sporting Goods Company located at the corner of Main (Magnolia) and Jefferson; Gree Tree Diner at 371 North Orange Avenue, and The Associated Stores located at 143 North Orange Avenue. The photo for the Associated Stores identifies two students “Donna and Bill” listening to new records at “Orlando’s favorite music store.”
Page 154 Bernie’s Gateway Grill at the corner of Orange Avenue and Orlando Avenue, Winter Park; The Music Shoppe at 18 Magruder Arcade; Burton’s at 801 East Washington; South Pole Drive In at 1029 North Orange Avenue (Orlando’s newest and smartest complete fountain service), and Newell Electric Company at 59 East Pine Street.
Page 155 Vail’s Pure Dairy Products at 2303 Edgewater Drive (30 flavors of our own ice cream; Frosted malts our specialty); McCall Groves at 35 North Orange Blossom Trail; The Shoe Box at 12 North Orange Avenue; Perkles Grill at 1714 North Orange Avenue, and Mather of Orlando (furniture, rugs, stoves) located at 69 East Pine Street.
Page 156 South Atlantic Gas Company, Johnson Electric Company, The Coliseum (the South’s largest and finest recreational building) at 1640 North Orange Avenue; Orlando Office Supply Company at 29 East Pine Street, and Fairchild Funeral Home.
Page 157 Duval Jewelry at 119 South Orange Avenue, George Stuart Office Supplies, Dabney’s Five and Ten at 401-3 North Orange Avenue, Jimmy Isbell Groceries, Goodbreads, Inc. at 1303 North Orange Avenue, and Lawton’s Jewelers at 132 South Orange Avenue.
Page 158 Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company is featured in a full page ad on page 158 in the 1947 Orlando Senior High School yearbook.
Page 159 Orlando Utilities Commission members identified in the full page advertisement on page 159 of the 1947 Orlando Senior High School yearbook include: L. B. McLeod – President, J. T. Branham – Vice President, Mayor William Beardall – Ex Officio Member, Clarence A. Johnson – Member, Dr. H. M. Beardall – Member, M. W. Brown – General Manager.
Page 160 Smitty’s Sodas, Sundries, Sandwiches and Ice Cream in Colonialtown; Moses Pharmacy at 1101 East Colonial Drive and 308 South Orange Blossom Trail; Powell Furniture Company in Colonialtown at 1110-1112 East Colonial Drive; Vogue Inn Restaurant and Curb Service at 12222 East Colonial Drive (J. W. Bernhard and W. K. Bernhard); Hill’s Colonial Hardware at 1105 East Colonial; Service Shoe Shop at 1206 East Colonial (Peter F. Hendrick); Florida Cleaning Company in Colonialtown at 1109 East Colonial, and Eiselstein and Wigginton.
Page 161 Ebsen School of Dancing, Bowling Center of Orlando, Southern Music, Earle’s Pure Battery Service (Earl Crenshaw), N. L. Hasty.
Page 162 Coca Cola Orlando Bottling Company, Joseph Bumby Hardware Company (61 years in Orlando and Winter Park); Sinclair Gasoline – Bayless Service Station (G. W. Bayless and Frank Gresham) located at 2118 Edgewater Drive; Cox O’Neal Furniture of Distinction at 1090 North Orange Avenue; Jewell & Slough – Fancy groceries, meats and vegetables at 803 East Washington, and Carey Hand Funeral Home.