Abingdon High School - Tatler Yearbook (Abingdon, IL)

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FAIRCHILD N WAGNVR 1 NELSON M DA 7,v Hoaouzm rev SPORT DMORSE WFLINT V BERRY B LEIGH HDUNLAP L FITCH NSCOTT Contents Cfczsses Actin ztzes Sportf Et Cetera f4cfnzz'nzStrcztz'0n Board of Educatzon K6l1716fl7C Bulkelej Preszdeizt C11 zrles Carter Secretary Scott M1g 111111 5 Clarence Ramos C j Vander Iflfert R03 Ixzddoo . f 5 , c , ' Dr. VV. Lucas L . . f 7. Administration Admznzstratzon Ruth M Moore Dean of GIYIS Llbrarmn Fnghsh A B Monmouth Collg L Umxc Q1tX of Illinois George W Benner Supcrmtcndgnt B S Knox Collcgu M A UDIVLYSIIX of Iowl W Admznzstratzon 1.34.2 Dahler G er7 Green ckman .r N13 T .z :mes cu ell VERDA DAI-ILER Geography Science English Illinois Wesley an University B of Oratory Illinois State Teachers College Unix ersity of Illinois MAXINE M JANES Biology General Science B Ed Western Illinois State Teachers College University of Illinois RUTH GIERZ Latin, World History, English A. B., Indiana University BETTY JEWELL Commercial B. Ed., Illinois State Normal University L olmson Ni Johnson GRACE EDWARDS GREEN Vocal Music Illinois State Normal University De Paul University Arizona State Teachers College LORRAINE JOHNSON History Mathematics Science Western Illinois State Teachers College FLORENCE HICKMAN Secretary Western Illinois State Teachers College MARGARET L. JOHNSON Girls' Physical Education Bradley Polytechnic Institute B. Ed., University of Michigan University of Wisconsin Admznzstratzon HOWARD LESTER ELFANOR MCKINNEY Home Eeonomxts Adusor to Tatltr B S 'ViaeMurrns Colltu. Unntrsnty of lllmons lllmols Start Norm1l Unntrsnts Boys Physncal Eclumtnon Athlctms B Ed Illmoxs Stun Normal Um trsntx RAY PEART Agriculture ROBERT STONE B S Umvtrsntx of lllnnons Social Sfudlis A B Culver Stoekton College CHARLES MLDERNTET JANE HUNT MORRIS Band Orchestra M1ltl'lLmJtlCS DOROTHY J ROE DOROTHY XVENZELMANN Chemnstry Physxcs M1EhCm3IlCS Enghsh Speech Dramatncs B S Elmhurst College Northwestern A B Knox College Umversxty UDIVCFSIIY of Iowa MAE FERRIS CRAMER qNo PILUIYLD Englnsh Sutnce Gcogmphw B S Umversnty of Illmons Nl D rmt r M rf 'iw PGH! R1 1. Stunt Vtnnlmann . O O , ' I I I I 1 ' Y V' 1 11 I Y Q is ' ' A , ' , . ., l ' 1' -ki- ' l . 5 l 1 K 'O I . . . . ' ' , . ., L U -y . s , T L V r I I A. B., B of Musxc, Monmouth College . Y ' Y C A . Y E Y . . ., K , ' . ., . '. 1 , X 4 -Y . ., X . . 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Seeretxry TFLISUF r Vxrgmla Holdley Presxdent H lrold Dunlap X lee l,I'L9ldLUf Bonme Leigh Class 0 44 Fmally after years of labor They certunly kept us busy We have reached the txp top peak For we were so renown We are Semors wlse and somber 7 That all our teachers wantmg us Polxshed dngmfled and sleek Glared at meh other wnrh fearful frown And oft we rec 111 from years gone by The snobbxsh acts of the Semor crew And that IS just the reason whv September 3 1939 mlght have been just another day 1n the makmg of the world s hnstory but to us the members of the Class of 1944, lt was 1 mllestone Although We had been 1n1t1ated 1nto the atmosphere of the h1gh school bu1ld1ng 1n the seventh and enghth grades, nt was upon th1s eventful date that We became full fledged freshmen As freshmen we entered enthus1ast1cally 1nto athlet1cs, muslc and all other extra currxcular act1v1t1es offered to freshmen and at the same txme establlshed for ourselves a hlgh scholastlc standlng Cur hngh purpose as a class was not to be thwarted when we became sophomores and now some of the members partxclpated v1ctor1ously m the declamatory contest A reputatlon as actors was galned the next year when we presented the successful play Every Famlly Has One Th1S past year has been filled wlth athletlcs, musnc the producmg of the play Brother Goose, the publlshnng of the Tatler and the general mamtemnce of scholas tlc standards It has been durmg thus year also that we can say wnth prnde, that several of our classmates have Jomecl the armed forces And now wxth the day of graduatlon from A H S May 26 1944, the curtam falls upon another mnlestone 1n our career 17 l . y L , ,g 3 I - I ' li X i V , , ' ' , Q J , ' , . . . . , , , . . . , . ,, , , , . , K We'v'e been so sweet to all of you! . . . . , , . , . . , . . . . . . . ff ' 3, , . . . . . , , QQ 7, ' ' fl 17 ' t S Q . . . . . . . . . . . ., , Seniors Advull Fnurd Ihrry CI111sLn Co L Dalton ADWELL I-IERMAN Bas ecball 3 4 Iragk 3 4 lntxamu al 1nag,Lr 4 F A Irusun ctnon St-Aff 4 I5 I 1 C I Bl-AIRD BENNIL xon CCPITIITILIIIIIQ IILI1 Qghoul I lmnlmll 4 BFRRY MARION Inmball -I Bnskubwll I LL 1d1.11t 4 Tatlnr Staff 4 Iuurnnn S Club 4 Bu1Im,y CLAUSEN MARTHA and I rc uslrl I bxrls CILL Q lub C I1m1 s Mnxad Chorus Drxnnun Cuntut burcmry to Mrs nu I ur am 1 Has Ont 3 Brut 1 r Coon 4 I0 0 Club 2 I. tm CI IJ I 4 Tallgr SMH 4 8151112 lam n 1 3 Lu 1 1 s Cwndv 1 Ls- surctary 4 Sacrutary Trusur r 2 COLE MARCEILE I5 L ub 2 Sgcruar to lx r Icart 4 I'roCIuct1u11 Staff 3 USILI' nn Club 1 Spuch Clwss 3 DALTON LOUISF Bro x n Cllrk D11 1s D15 BROWN LUCYLE Cnrls Glen Club 1 3 Brutlnr Goose 4 UsI1Lr 3 Pro ugrmn St ff 4 Fnuogv uv 7 T-ntlcr Staff CLARK BF TTY ur 3 BIOO Iu 3 1.1 C In 'I1rlLr S11 5 Llul rw C lub DAVIS INA Sunurx ru Nlm Xiu 4 Tuhr DAY MIRIANI Cnrls GILL Club l Scent ry to Xhss GILKI 3 Iatm Club Sccruary 2 Ivgrx Fnmnly Has Onc 3 Brothur Coosu 4 PFOLILICUOH 4 Latin Clubl 2 3 G 3 4 Tntlnr Staff 4 Candy S11 S LI111r111nn 4 Slgna Lambda Chl 4 Xnt 5 Lum H1gh SLIIOUI 1 7 3 Summary to Nina I olmson 4 18 5: 1. 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',. , , A' H ' DUNLAP HAROLD Football 2 3 4 Basketball 3 4 ""r.u k 1 Z 3 4 Intramuuralsl 2 1 Tatlcr I ff 4 Prcsudent 2 4 F F A Presudtnt 2 4 Sugma Lambda Chu 3 4 Lcttcrmtns Club Vuce Presudcnt 4 Yvtry Faunuly Has Om- 3 Brother Goose 4 L ttcrmen s C'u l 2 4 Sptcth C u FAIRCHILD BARBARA Gurls Glef' Club I Dramatuc Contest 7 Everv Famulv Ha Onc 3 Broth r Coose atm Club I 2 4 Tatl r Staff 4 Sugma lambda Q luu 4 Speech Class 3 4 FERRY HELEN Gulson Hugh School I FLINT WAUNEETA Secretary to Mrs :unc-s 3 Buulogy Club Secretary 2 Usher 4 Buologx Club 2 Tatler Staff 4 HOADLEY VIRGINIA Gurls Glc Club I Secretary to Xluss N1 ohnson 5 Stcrctary Trnsurer 4 Fvery I' muly Has One 3 Brothtr Goost 4 Huol 0 Club 2 Pup Club 2 G A A I 3 4 Tatltr Staff 4 Chcurlmdtr 2 3 4 Speech Class 4 Suxarnu Lambda Chu 4 Sen 1 0 rs 2 3 Secretary to Ivlrs Nlorrus 4 FEY MARJORIE Yates Cuty Hugh School 1 so. scar Pro ductuon staff 4 Buologv Club 2 I :utun u Z 3 3 Tutl r FITCH LOUISE rs Glee Clubl 2 3 Ush 3 Tatlcr St H -1 Speech Class 4 Buolom Club " Ushtr 3 4 Buology Clubz G A A I KNABLE JACK Fuotball 1 4 Bancll 7 3 4 Orchestra 3 4 Every Famuly Has One 3 Pr ducruon Staff 4 Buology Club 2 Lttttrnutuu s Club 4 Speech Class 4 JOHNSON CAROL Stuctary Trcasurer3 G A A I 2 3 Sptulu Cl:uss3 Ponu De Leon Hugh Sthool Nluamu Florudau first semester 4 Dunlap Faurchuld Ferry LY Futclu In unt Hoadlty ohnson Kulpatrutk Knablv. 19 lx o Y , , 5 ' . : - C , , , , : - , ..: 31 ,, - . 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's Seniors ndon ILIL,l1 Xlorss LANDON GRACE retary t Mrs Green 4 Ule 3 Bnoloby Club2 G A A l LEIGH BONET A creslra I G rls Clue C luh l 2 rs I semble 1 2 3 4 Mnxed Chorus 2 3 4 Pnno C onttst " Vlcc lrtsndtnt 2 4 Lntm Club S nretarx 1 Latnn Club President 7 Produetlon a 3 4 :1t1nClubl 7 Ta er Stxff 4 Sputh Ch s 3 51 11 lambcla Chl 4 MORSS JAMES F otball 3 4 Basketlull 2 3 4 Intra murwls 1 I' F A Vice President 2 Bxol og, Club 2 Ictttrmens Club 3 4 I' I MOSHIER RUSSEI I Axon Community Hnhh School I 3 Produetnon staff 4 Tarlar Staff 4 Luncl Mosh er X ls n LUND ETHEL Secretary to Mnss L ohnson 3 20 N1eKmlq Morse Petrlnn MCKINLEY WILLIAM Basketball 4 Brother Goose 4 lroductxon staff 3 4 Bloloby Club 2 Speech Llws 4 MORSE DOROTHY Cxrls Che Cub l 2 Secretary r s Murrns 3 Usher 3 Bxologv Club 7 'Lp u 2 4 'Iuler r NELSON KATHLEEN Band3 4 Girls GleeClub1 3 4 Chorus 3 4 Mlxecl Chorus 3 Presnclent3 Every Family Has One 3 Brother Goose 4 Lat lubl 3 3 4 Tat Staff 4 PETRINI ANNE Gnrls Glec Club l 2 3 4 Gnrls Ens ble 3 4 Chorus 2 3 4 Mnxed Chorus 3 4 Vocal Contest 1 2 Secretary Treasurer I Vxce Presndent 3 Fvcry Famnlv Has On 3 Brother Goose 4 Bnolozy Club 2 Pep Club 2 Latm Club 1 G A A I 2 3 Tatler Staff 4 Speech Class 3 Sngma lambda Chl 4 5 wg 34 . fl , LE If., A-' U , L ,. , I "eo ' 'A 9 Sec ' o . g svr ,49 , " I 5 ---' . 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Y y J, " . , ,Q " em- ' , .Y .Y 1 2 Q. ,: ,,s , : ' 1 -,, Rl TCHEY JACK Basltctballl 2 Trackl Intramuml I 2 nd I 2 cstr1 l 4 c Club 2 3 4 Mvccd Chorus 7 3 Vncc President I Every F'H'llllN Has Ont 3 Brother Goose 4 Bloloby Club 2 Tnlcr Staff 4 ROBERTSON IRENE rs Glcc Clubl 2 3 C rus Mnxed Chorus 3 Secrctxry to Nhss Roc 4 Senzors SCOTT MARY Sccrttary to Nhss 'Vlclxlnncy 3 4 Produc lon s aff 3 4 Bnology Cub Tarl r Staff 4 SIMPSON DORIS Band 4 Glrls Glce Club 1 2 4 Ushcr3 Production snff 4 Biology Club 2 Lwtm Club 2 C A A l Speech Class 4 WAGNER NORMA Prcductnon statf 3 4 Bloloby Club C1 A 3 4 T1tlc.r Sta WAGNER DONNA ll'3ll'lL Cnty High Schoml l 7 Su. ctxry tm Mxss N1 Iohnscn 4 Productlan staff 4 C A A 4 STEGALL MORTIE Lanphxrc fSprmgfcldj I 2 Boys Cvlcc Club 4 Mnxcd Chorus 4 TOONIER BETTY Avon Hxgh School 1 2 Sccrctarv to Nlr Ston 4 Production staif3 FOUTCH VAN NO PICTURES Band 3 4 Drxmwtlc Conlcst 'P Prtsxdcnt oloty Club 2 G A A Tat cr Staff 4 Latln Club l 7 xm l.1mbda Chu 3 Spuch Class 3 Sacrxmgnm Hugh School S1Cl"ll'1!CI1UJ C l1furx11 I SLn1LStLf WYNCOOP CARL ootball 3 Blskctball 3 I' 'ck l 2 Intramur ls 2 lsvcry F.llT1llX His Ono 3 Production staff 4 Blology Club 2 1' F I 2 3 speech Class Xcrmc nt Hlgh Sthool 1 Intr1mur,1ls 2 Bxoloby Club 2 football 3 SLAGEL IENA London Nlnlls 1 SWEEN EY PAUL Galesburg Hutch School l Football 3 4 Bask tball 3 4 Intramurals 2 Produc t1on sr H 3 Lxlltfm n s Clus 4 Ritchey Robcrtson Scott Simpson Stcgall Toomcr Wagner D Wagncr IN Wfyncoop L. 21 l U 0 U ,S I -'I .3 , Ba . ,3,4gOrch . ,2,3,,gBny1' ' V 4 ,- U A GlC .,1S,Af-'---442 I' t v:-, I 2: e 1 3 ' I Q? , 1 . : ' ,.: 1 Gul' ,,,4g ho 3.45 , ' , g'x 5.' 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Y V 1 Y , - . , - I ? 7 Q ' Q A A Sprrng erme, And we were green as the leaves of Sprrng Fr sh and young New strength flowed through the barren branches Brrngrng forth lrttle green buds So we, too, grew rn knowledge leaf by leaf New lrfe unfolded all about, It was a beautrful, thrrxrng Sprrng And we were Freshmen And soon rt was Summer, Lrvht and gay sweet and colorful, warm and frolrcsome, e were glad to be alrve and we showed rt A lrttle wrser a lrttle older, true, But often, strll, a lrttle hot and bothered For we were but Sophomores And then Autumn, The leaves turned red and brown and beautrful Lver maturrng, as our mrnds, Soon to enrrch the sorl for a new Sprrng Those were sprrghtly days Busy every mrnute Harvestrng crops of wrsdom Storrng provrsrons for that New Year They were jolly days, too, Tor we were Junrors At length rt was Wrnter, And just as many days were rather short, cold and rcy So perhaps, were we, But just as often rn thrs peculrar Wfrnter Came happy frrendly, sunny days To keep warm one must keep busy And so we drd, and we haxe much to show, We have furnrshed fuel for 1 team, a band, a chorus, and a Grand Schoo And as the delrcate snowflake and the deep snowdrrft are part of Wrnter So find therr counterpart rn us the Senrors And now we are greetrng a new Sprrng Can we agarn surx rve and flourrsh9 Wrll the provrsrons, stored for a new year, be sufHcrent7 Can we make rt a more verdant Sprrng than ever before? Humbly but firmly we answer, Yes' Bonnre Lergh 22 . 7 il i 2 l - L . Y e, . . T . . 'O . 1 g . . ' ' . ' A , . ' 9 . . g They kept us on our toes. f 3 . C , . 1- 1 . 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" ' 1- -, - 11,--A , , vw " 1 1 1 - , 1 - 1 . 1 . .1 . 11 11 11 111. 1,111 1 1 ,.1 Vlce Presxdent James Dahler Secretary Treasur 1 Gcrlldme Johnson Presldent Tony Malenza Class of 1945 I-Inre and there and round about But savely w1th hrs tears of lcarmng Youll hear a Freshman say A hstemnt Iumor states He wants to be a Senior You nttdn t XVHIC so long elalld In the worstest sort of way To put m prtttlet all those traxts I-Ie wants to grandly rule thc roost A Stmors just a Hgurthtld In most sophnstxclted manner Wlth custom clalmm that he s steady Put underclassmen ln thexr place Don t let em put one ox er kld And be 1 Tatler planner WL rr cock o the walk already Arrr' There s the vxhlstle and we re off to a flymg start ln the game between the Class of 45 and the1r trlckv opponent, Ignorance Although thls Ignorance team has always been beaten, It has the advantage of experlence Durmg the first quarter of the Freshman year Dahler ns elected coach, wnth Lan don as assnstant and water boy Shugart A low pass by Lazy IS mtercepted by, of all people, our class members on the honor roll Now nt IS turned over to our reprtsen tatlves m the Glee Club and the ther.. 1t goes over' A touchdown' Tlme IS growmg short and now look at that Held goal by our football boys As we start the second quarter of thls thrxll packed game, our team forges stxll far ther ahead wlth the gxrls m G A A scormg more pomts The coach thus quarter IS Franny Iohnson wlth Mruenza and Wllachell as scorekeepers The coach for the thnrd quarter turns around, and fes, lf s Tony Malenza Dahler IQ asslstant, and erry ohnson takes over the water pall The whole class IS filled wnth Vxm, Vlgor and V1tal1ty Scores by the athletes, musncxans and play cast show that our class IS versatlle Keep your eye on all the players rn the last quarter and notlce the overwhelmmg margln by whnch we shall defeat Ignorance 27 l , .. . - 0' ' - . -, . . , I i . 7 . . rg , '. . , , . . 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I I. , "'I' Secretary Treasurer Bob Johnson Presldent Kenneth Johnson 'rc Prcsndcnt Ons Johnson Class of 1946 You can call a Sophomore cocky Or perhaps a trlfle snlly You c1n say wt thmk we know Tho we seem so wrlly nnlly XVe know your crmcrsms sharp Your rouch so oy er zealous But the only reason you can g1V6 Is just that you are jealous Dear, dear' How time does fly' Gaze 1nto the past to just one short year ago and At that tlme we started on a long course of ardent OJ study rn Ablngdon Senror Hlgh The results of our Hrst electron showed that our chosen leaders were Shlrley W mchell, Alrce Hess, and Ardrth Murk Not to be bewlldered by the hxgh and m1ghty upper classmen, we entered whole heartedly 1nto mus1c, sports, and other extra currrcular actlvltres Now brmg your thoughts back to the present and notrce the up and commg sophomores We came back 1n a blaze of glory last fall, selectmg the three J s Ken ny ohnson, Ot1s Johnson, and Bob Johnson, to dlrect our socxal efforts To show our enthuslastrc desrre to help ln the war effort, we ln collaboratron wlth the freshmen challenged the jumors and semors to a contest 1n collect1ng much needed waste paper The lower hall was filled w1th the frunts of our labor, and the decxsron was that the lower classes had atta1ned a v1ctory' We fully expect to exceed thls good record when we become Jolly Jumors 30 U xx .i V' 2 , Y' e ' ' ' , ' . . . f - 1' it all you will see the sophomores of today as a group of roudy, but not too green, freshmen. ,. . . 6 ' ' I Cl ' ,Y ' ' IQ 3 33 I , - ' If ' Q, up mx unnu. 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VICL PI'CS1dLI1f IJLlOlCS Sttglll Prcsndent Daxrd Xxfnllnms Secrtmrx TFCISUFLI IDOILLD Murlx Class of 1947 I xx 1nt to be a Scmor and xxxth tht Stmors stand Wltlm fountlm pen bthmd mx L11 Ind nottbook lll mx hand I xx ouldn t be nresldtnt I xxouldn t bt lung I xx ouldn t bt m tmp ror or all that xx mlth xxould brmg I wouldn t bt an an el I d rxfhcr be 1 Stmor and ntvtr do 1 thm The above poem should be entltled A Freshmans Prayer for 1t 19 the earnest deslre of 111 freshmen to be 1 senxor and look down on others lnstead of bemg looked down upon However not belng daunted by the thoughts of the older students, a freshman class of SIXIY three started on the well trodden path of Abmgdon H1gh School 1n the fqll of 1943 Our gu1des were Davld Wlllxams presldent, Delores Stegall, vxce pres1 dent, and Doreen Murk, secretary treasurer We partlclpated 1n many act1v1t1es, havlng representatrves ln Glee Club, Chorus Bovs Chorus, G A A Latln Club F Ia A nd on the basketball and football teams One of our boys played regularly on the football VIFSICY W1th such a good start, we are sure that our journey along the path of educatlon w1ll prove enjoyable 1s well as edueatxonal 32 ' s ' s - ' - lv' Y l L' . I 7. . . , . . .. , 7- , I. i 1 . 5 . R. E . ' I , .f x . v s , . I 3 , . , . K, ' ' at - e f ' 1 - v , 1 0 . C, , for angels have to sung, , . . , f 1 ' I xv . h. ' ll Y ,S ' ' . , . . . . . , . L . c , . - . . . . L, , . , . . ., , . . . a . ., . 1 . . . . K . Top Row Hurold Dax Darnld Hlllbmlx Dc1111ld I-l1lL Donald H151 x 1y Landm Iyla Xllgn Rmb rt Iandon Tlnrd Row Humor Cn1tLr Carolln Bgrrx Wars Cullm NX anda I'l'.1l1Cl5 Dorotln Hmrroun Dum Clnm Nlurul Irons Segond Row Slurlu K1p:1tr1Lk Slnrlq Andprmn W1l11.1 Anduscn Il1 1bgtl1 ILL xxllldllk. B F1rst Rom Imtrug I.1N1ont Dons Huppm Bun Hovxaul XI IFN Frwnrw C stlu 'Not ln I1LturL Carulxn Cxunntlur gs I-I1.nslu Rublrt 11l1ns11n ILL I'lFlLlOI'l 11D Rum 1 r 11 1.lI'L 11 mn,1 I 1 1.111 L1 ru XI1u ull Smnlu Ulm gr man 11 R11 I5 obx Vs 11 11rd Ruvs li ul.1l1 V lllxlllS i 1s11. 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Ezghth Grade Top Row Laura Taylor Bobby Coznd Raymond Shores R1ch1rd Stotkham Robert LLWIS Donawan Foutcl Fxfth Rovx Trewa Berry Dorten Courson jamth Lewls Elsie Whnss n Barbara Gflflllll Fourth Row Lens Atwater Mary Ella Meredith unc Ralph Alberta Knlpatrxck Phyllxs Bush Marcra Bond Betty Boyd Thlrd Row Darlene Simpson Dorothy Walker Norma Lenz M ry Boyd tun Lucllle Thurman Second Row Dorothy Serxo Betty Courson Shlrley Roberson Bobby Fey Dwame Mcliovtn Lee Kycllander Not ln Prctute Rnchard Aplln Francis Barley Edwin Bowman Sarah Bowman Maxlne Howard George ohnson Franklm Krohn umor Pc nm George Ross Max Shueart Roger Sxmpson Carl Sm1th Arthur Taylor Presldent, Dwame NlcKnown Vxce Presxdent Norma Lenz Qecretarx Treasurer Max Shuoart Cabsent Two school years have elapsed s1nce the present e1ghth grade was first 1ntroduced 1nto the new manner of conduct1ng school Although IS was very bew1lder1ng at first, we soon accepted It and forgot the old grade school methods A few outslde act1v1t1es were also opened to us The grrls may become members of the Iumor Hrgh Glee Club whlch g1VCC them pract1ce 1n tone product1on, readmng, phraslng and d1ct1on beyond that taught 1n class After conslstant work, they Hmsh as an acceptable part of the Annual Sprlng Concert Both g1rls and boys get a chance at athletlcs, the glrls 1n Jumor G A A and the boys rn mtramurals 34 0 U f M V 9 2 X1 0 av ' " N f . I el 4 ,e l ,J 1: r , s K - , ' I - x , , ' , f L ' ll ' a ' N a x 9 y ' - 'r ' , , J , ' , , , . ' I ' , , , Q f , - 5 s ' 1 ' x A ' s - First Row: Fredelick Morss, Billy Spurgeon, Richard Brown, Henry Bradshaw. . . I: . . y . . 7 . Y , , . y J , . , J ' f , , , , . , . . V. A G . . , , A . r ' f' I 1 'A ' ca J . . . . . t , . 4 . V I . , . . . . . . Seventh Grade op Row D rrarLe Iierrx Ro.,Lr Courson Dxtk Stxurs kxe Ilunt I7 n.1ld I1 lthx 11 Dean R :be m1 ernon Cwmp e Iwle Inn on Herbert Cl.1us n Fourth Row Ruth Bond Nhrw C.1ldLxwood Rosqle Innbuso Ioru Duns Iegpy 'Norman Ixatlxryn I.u1d Charles johnson Irby ohnson Gerald Cullen Thxrd Row Donna Smnth Dons Smxtn Shrrl y Iexus Dorotlu 1 Ahel Ixxrl Abb II Xludelyn Semrbrough Pmtrlem Tay or Lktfld Ixow SL ty nmpkmn Nl rx L L tx 1 LL Lpl L ue nL mp, R DSU. Rexennnl ot ln Pleture ss Il Ls L nson Amer nore Lr1 oy: Seerettrx Ire' ufer Donnl Smxt resl ent 1LlL UL s lee Iresldent NI 1,1 IL tg XV1th j1ck Lucas, Mera Iengel, md Donna Smith as ofhcers of the cl1ss, the sev enth grade students 'fre steppmg flight to the front and malong a mark tor themselves mA H S The gxrls 'are well represented IH umor G A A 1nd Glee Club vnhlle the boys hkewxse are represented on the umor I-Ilgh ba ketbqll te lm havmg had regular prnc t1ce 1n mtrfzmural actlvntnes through the year In the recent compet1t1we scrap paper drne wlth the e1ghth grade the seventh grede vms uctorxous Thls wonderful begmnmg wh1ch th1s clfnss has m1de thus far makes upper cllssmen predlct great thmgs from them m the next few X e1rs 35 l 'I' ': o 'N' ' ,', Q" ' , " , ,sIm:" , 1 "n' 1, '. c 'r v.,l-' . bll. .j'.gd,." Q. H . ', .., N, ' ' 3 x,,,, ' ' , , ,. - . - , - , - I . - - , A A . - Y . ' : 4,' '. ','. o,.. - j, 'l . S'w ' 'Z I 't 'S' ' s, . e . Fen-rel, li-t ' Petrini. Nl.rg.1r" K' 1l', H1 'l Ha -l' ', 1 A- - ' 111. First Row: Clarence Collins, james Robertson. Robert I:llKl1, .wk l.uc.ls, Ifugene hlohnson, Roger Ray, l.LlLllx l'eu,1n. N ' 4' ': Ru' e Delmyn' , Russell Ifinney, lfugenr Aloh , R4 ' I.Llf'll ', CQ- .ld P '1or. l ' 1 1'-' I '..'5 . ' , L .N ' li P , " I. .lt V"- I - , . r' 5-nxel ' ' . 7 r ' ' - . I - . . I . - t . . . J . . . . r . . I . . Q N t ll . - L 1 f , . Y . Y . . O 5 Y V U Y. . L. L . . . . . . 1 X L L . . L . u .I n , . , V Q '-1--Eg, ,I Www, 2953 -1-Lv., A' 935 -ni Organizations 2, -x Mgyl MrhCl D H y L Szgma Lambda Ch: The honor society of Abingdon High School was organized in 1976 Fach year smce that time students have been chosen on the basis of schol arship leadersh1p service and character The scholarsh1p requisite means that the student must have an average of 90 or above 1n order to be eligi ble The faculty select the members at the end of the first semester Jumors Sophomores Freshmen Eighth Grade Seventh Grade GOLD As for 1943 39 Norma Wagner Lllhan Stephens Al1ce Hess Jacqueline Shank Dwaine McKown , 9, 1' D il 1' 1 A e ar er Alen nr a ausen Miriam Day Ha ld Barbara Fairchild Virginia oadlc Boncta nigh A Pt . 5 Q . 3 ' , Seniors s esss s,.. . .sss G , s.s..s.s,s.ss as s s G s G s Harriet johnson Glee Club .lb lf 4-.M Twp Rr w Ntlma Gutnth r Norma Amos Ions Way Nhry Cullum Amtuntttt RCSCIHIEO Shlrlcx Nitacluws Btulalm Vulkms Fl amor Bxslmp Betty Way fourth Row can Hoffman Nlartlm Claustn Nhr la Rust Rub rt Clncrrlll Nlytrs Dolorca Tarr Kathleen Nclmn Dons Qlmpion Tlurd Row xr' Smith Ardlth Xlurlt Dtlur s Sttgxll Nnnt Pttrnm Xnrtgnnxa Young, Garua Mm r Sttond Row Umm Clmt Slurlu Xhnthtll tan Dupm N1xrx.,t rx Alltn Barbara Ltngh Patrxcxa Wolford Dnrtcn Murk Fnrst Row Marv Franus Castle atuutlxm Slunk Dorn Wxllnms Irtnc Robertson Xnrglma IaN1ont Boncta Lengb Vcatrnce Iaxflunt Nxt ln Pxtturt Dona Lindon Dunnxltt Xltxtlxum B tu Slxupqrt Sextet te Arcllth Nlurk Annc Pttrlm Barbara Iclbh Bonmc Luth Dorls wllll3l"l'lS Not xn Pntturt Betty Shugart 40 zrls Chorus Cl "' "" is 40 s. iii 17 ou lrtlu Clauun Martha Ron Rubut C lurrlll 'Nurs Doloru Tarr KJIIIILLD NLls0n nr Rum A :Lx X ur U UYLS tLp,.1H nnL Llrlnl X lrL,1m1 Noun LL md Run nr Lx lnL1L L 1 uwm lr Lr Ln rvlr 1 1 L muh nrsv. uw uL mL H1 :rms 1 nuns L: L sun r nm nn un IL ll 1 lL 1 L L IX Shu ar mL Smnlm Boys Chorus .wrt Smlm. 1.. 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N ' Y' ': 1,1 1', ' ' ' '1', 1 ' .1 I Vocal Muszc GLEE CLUB The Glee Club is an organization whose primary purpose is to help any or all girls who wish to learn to sing and to appreciate good music This group was an integral part of the Community Christmas Candlelight SCFVICC which was held in the Methodist Church auditorium on December 19 Their participation in this ervice annually teaches these girls appreciation of church music One unit of the Annual Spring Concert of all the musical groups directed by Mrs Green is always made up of sacred music with which the audience has reason to be well pleased SEXTETTE One very popular organization in Abingdon High School which has won a great deal of recognition in recent years is the Girls Sextette As the name implies this group is composed of six girls whose voices blend together in perfect harmony under the very able direction of Mrs Grace Green and contribute much pleasure to the student body as well as to the public The Sextette give unsparingly of their time in order that their musical p1'6S6ntat1On might be acceptable They show much versatility in that they are able to sing a varied range of music from semi popular to classical numbers We are proud to say that the group represented the school at Knox County Festival in March GIRLS CHORUS The Chorus a group of girls selected from the Glee Club spends bers of this group feel that this time is sp nt valuably not only because of the en joyment they extract from it but because of the knowledge and appreciation they acquire from Contact with beautiful music BOYS CHORUS The term Chorus might imply a great number of boys but in this case there are only eight select male voices who are participatmg in vocal musical activities In spite of their small number these boys always do good work and their singing IS greatly enjoyed by all who hear them As a special treat to audiences a select group of girls and this Boys Chorus jom to form the Mixed Chorus Band and Orchestra The constantly improving organization known as the Band is composed of forty boys and girls The very young students are admitted to this organization early in their school career and as a rule continue and so improve in their aptitude as the years go on The Band may be heard frequently at the basketball games and t Parent Teachers meetings The Orchestra consists of a much smaller group of musl cians who can be heard at class plays and other special functions Mr Charles McDermet is the director of both the Band and the Orchestra and he has taken special interest this year in starting a greater number of xery young students in these group activities 45 O . . . . 7 . . , . . . . . . , , 1 u n . 1 , - , . 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Brother Goose The sett1ng for Brother Goose was the Adams l1v1ng room ln the Mrdwestern town of Ashton Thrs domestlc comedy whlch proved to be a real success was pre sented December 2nd by the Semor Class The characters were of varlous tvpes Lovable Hyacmth held everyone s 1nterest throughout the play She was ably ass1sted by eff as brother goose, who was trymg to keep together h1s fam1ly of brothers and slsters Hy Wes and Carol The dlsappomtment caused by Helen s qulttlng her job as mald rn the Adams household was compensated for by Peggy s help and devotnon to the famlly Eve Mason a southern charmer and her colored mald Sarah added much humor Lenore Hudson, a g1flWlfh blg plans Mrs Trlmmer effs busmess assoclate and an lrate truck drlver contr1buted a great deal to th1S mterestlng productlon The Cast e Carol Wes Hy acmth Helen Psfzsy Fx c Sarah Lenore Mrs Trlmmer Truck Drlver 44 Jack Rxtchex Anne Petrml Harold Dunlap Lucyle Brown Barbara Fanrchrld Norma Wagner Mnrram Daw Kathleen Nelson Martha Clausen Wlllldm MCK1HlCX ' u 39 1 ' ' ' ' . . 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V irviiii bbiiiiii ' I V Ma be Love On March 30 at 8 o clock the un1or Class presented ln the H1gh School Audx tor1um the1r annual class play ent1tled Maybe Love by Kerry Norman The play, set 1n the Corbms home IS centered about the experlences problems and loves of udy Corbln and her generatlon udy s d1fHcult1es wlrh her mother are lessened by Aunt M11 who takes sldes w1th Judy Mrs Corbm employed Rlchard Lance as a tutor for Judy because she thought the gang Penny, Hunky Corneha, Hawthorne and Wopsy were a bad mfluence on her daughter Aggle, the ma1d was the cause of mu h laughter not necessarlly because of any thnng she sa1d but merely on account of h r awkward act1ons Vlncent Atwater and Dnana Pollard were a soclety pa1r who were always flndmg trouble The Cast Judy Corbm Mrs Corbm Aunt M11 Aggxe Rlchard Lance Vmcent Atwater Dlana Pollard Penny Hunky Co nelxa Hawthorne Wopsy V1rg1n1a LaMont Freda Wlnchell Maxme Smlth Mary Hutson Robert Smlth Betty Shugart Donna Landon James Dahler Svlvna Slmpkms Russell Wllcox Margery Allen , J . . . .- ' ' ' ll 3, . . , . . 3 3 ' 3 ' IQ if ' 1 , 1 . . 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F YYY 'YYY-Yrrrvrrrr -P777 YYY-YV 7777777777 YYYAYYAYY,-M-Y--VY V 45 Iop Rom B tty Toomcr Cy 1c I. ndon H I It y M It 4 I Ina Dun Second Rovn Mary Stott Nlarbery Allen Dmnna WABIILF LOUISL Dalton Iurst Row Martha Clausen Barbara Loutt lcrcda Wxrmtlmtll Sxlx .1 Slmkms Irene Robertson Secretarzes Mrs Cramer Mrs Mass Mrs Mrs M1ss Mxss Dahler Gxcrz Green Janes L Johnson M Johnson Mr Lester Mlss McKmney Mlss Moore Mrs Morrns Mr Peart Mxss Roe Mr Stone Barbara Lovxtt Margery Allen Grace Landon Martha Clausen LOUISC Dalton Donna Wagner Mary Scott Ina Dav1s Helen Ferry Marcelle Cole Irene Robertson Betty Toomer Mrs Wenzelmann Freda Wxnchell For the past four years each of the teachers has chosen a student to be hls or her secretary The only requlrement IS that the student must have taken one year of typnng However, It IS preferable lf she has taken a course under the teacher for whom she works Some of the dut1es of the secretanes are to type letters and tests, check papers, and to do mlmeographmg and hectographmg Thls system benefits the students by glV1I'1g them valuable experxence ln per formmg some of the tasks that are found 1n an ofHce 46 I H '1 e ', 'r. 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Clmt oan Ray Rosle Nlxngltrn Xrdnrlm Nlurk Lharlottt Rxu Dtlurts Sttgall Second Row Niurxtl Irons Nlargtrx All n Dolor s Tarr oan Hoffman lhrbxra lugh Dom Duns Dans Vullums f1l'IlUlLHCI' Shnrlu Turnty umor lasszcal League The Jumor Classlcal League was orgamzed four years ago and IS open to all stu dents who have studled Latm The club s motto IS In Nnhnlo Nlhnl Flt, meanmg No Effort, No Result The officers for 1943 44 are FIFSE Con ul, Margery Allen, Second Consul, Dona Davls, uaestor Dorxs Wnllxams, and Scr1be, Dorls Roudebush In1t1at1on of new members was held ln October The lI1ltl2lfCS were taken to the temple of Janus where the usual sacrxflces were performed m preparatlon for their ad mnttance to the club In add1t1on to the regular monthly meetmgs the club sponsored several soclal functlons and speclal programs durmg the year A carmval party was glven nn November, to whlch guests were nnvlted December saw the celebratlon of the Satur nalna the Roman equlvalent of Chrnstmas In March tht club commemorated the death of the nmmortal Caesar wnth a Httmg program on the fifteenth known to the Romans as the fatal Ides of March The Roman blnquet customarnly held nn tht sprung has been regretfully postponed for the duratlon of the war A less elaborate party took IIS place 47 v- v s v ' , " f VA- s 'V ' ss ' " , - A ' . 1 v y s 1 v A H ' '- ' 'z ' " "' ' , f f ' ' - ' y 7 , ' ,X . ,w -'. 4 K ,'. 'v A, ' A Y " . 'lv' " ': . 7 , . A" n' c , c ,J , . . .Vj , . . "', Q ' ' . lfirst Row: Mary Francis Castle, klacquulinc Shank, Leatrice L.1Nlont, Sl1il'lCyXw'il1CllCll, -lane N1cKinley,Sylvia Simpkins, Norma :K . ' ' ' 0 Q x - V . . ,N . H 1 , . . . . 1. ,, . . r , . If Y, - 3 f ' . Q , K . K . . x . . . - t . . . I . t , . . . . . K . . . 2 . I - . . . . . A I , . . 4 fl 7, ' ' ' 7 1 . L . ' f . I I I . I L l Top Rovs Nlarun Kremer Leo Xlllllfluy Gtor e Nlntehtll Ht man Arlwtll Dean Bradsluw :rmts Bower Donald Nltaehunm neond Row Nlr Itart Robert 'Nuekles amts Qarntr Kenneth ohnssn Donald Hoadlty Stanlu Olmgtr burst Row Harold Dunlap Rnehard Snyder Ross Sumkms Lyle. Allen lred Nelson Future Farmers 0 Amerzca The Future Farmers of Amerlca IS a Natloml Orgammtlon of farm boys studymg agrnculture 1n hrgh school It has chapters 1n every state 1n Amerlca and ID Puerto Rlco and I-Iawau There are over 200 000 members each year The purposes of th1s org1n1zat1on are to develop rural agrnculture leadershrp encourage cooperatlve enterpr1se and through a home practlce program to help boys learn by domg RCCOgn1f1OD IS g1ven outstandmg boys each year by awards presented to them at state and natlonal convent1ons The emblem of thxs organ1zat1on IS made up of five symbols The owl, the plow, and the r1s1ng sun, w1th1n the cross sectxon of an ear of corn whxch 1S surmounted by the Amerlcan Eagle Upon the face of the emblem appear also the words Vocauonal AgflCUlIUfC and the letters F F A The owl IS symbollc of wxsdom and knowledge the plow IS the symbol of labor and tlllage of the so1l, the r1s1ng sun IS emblematlc of progress and the new day that wlll dawn when all farmers are the product of vocatloml agrlculture schools, and have learned to co operate, the cross sectlon of an ear of corn IS 1nd1cat1ve of the nat1on1l ,cope of the orgamzatlon, as IS also the Am rxcan Eagle 48 A V: A f fl 2 1 s ' - A A 1 siv, T s gs A ' - . 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K 6 5 5 S - ' A i . . . 3 - 1, Row 41111 Stem Lllllkll 1 11x1111 lflkrll trrx ts orss 111 tu. 111111 tor t 1111 x 111 1 IJ1111.1ld Axtrx lrst R wx md 1111 11,111 usst X1e11x mu J 1 tr nutrl LIL w xe R111 1 t lllrold Dun ,N 111 Sl1u1111l1 u Svstuux l men ol111s1111 at lt! .lx Su t 1 Fl Sl llll t ru tx 1 1' 1 trs r1,11111 1t R nhtrt 8111111 Lettermen s Club Pres1dent MJFIOH Berry V1ce Pres1dent Harold Dunlap Secretary Treasurer James Morss The Lettermen s Club IS an organ1zat1on of boys who have earned a letter 1n at east one of the three mayor sports football basketbsrll, and track The cheerleaders who are awarded letters are also members The club sponsored an mterclass basketlmll tournament 1n tht sprmg after the close of the regular b1sketb1ll season The results 1re shown 1n fhlS schtdule Freshmen S0 homorcg l Sophomores P Sophomorts flrst P ace umors 1 Lllll Jrs 7 Semors 2 l I reshmtn Semors Th1rd P act Senlors 49 li. 'li ': R .ld f -tall. R' -l rl1 , Nl. 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' l - 1 - 46 vtf'K-J Stgll H Y Cheerleaders Each year it IS a custom to choose several members of the student body to act as cheerleaders This group backs the football and basket ball teams by leading cheers at pep n'1C6C1ngS and all the games Anyone who so desires may try out at a special assembly From this group the faculty selects the ones who show the most ability The students chosen this year were Virginia Hoadley Dona Davls Delores Stegall Jacqueline Shank and Dwame McKown They have all worked together to encourage the teams Hail Hail to Abingdon All hail to our Olive and Rose Hail H111 to Abingdon Our friendship for you ever grows Ever loyal ever true Thus we raise our songs anew Of the days we spend with you All haul to Abingdon' 53 j' 1.1"-1 pei. ,vagafyi :,,-'iimify-,V .,, -gg ' 3, .. . g- va I, 5 -J. ., ,. ,, ., ,LQ ,V 36- Dwaine MCKown Jacqueline Shank Delores c-a Dona Davis Virginia oadlc . . 9 9 9 a ' . 1 9 . . 9 ' 1 . s a . . . . Top Row Murlel Irons Mary Cullen oan Ray Joyce Boyer Barbara Hasley Doreen Murk Marcenle Cole Vlrgmla Hoadley Sixth Row Norma Amos Donna Wagner Wandalee Berry Martha Rubart Chernl Myers Dorothy Harroun Dorxs Roude bush Beulah Wllklns Norma Wagner Delores Stegall Mxnam Day Ilfth Row Dolores Tarr Margery Allen Martha Clausen Maru. House Shlrley Vleadows Kathleen lNelson Diane Cline Carollec Berry ane Smith Barbara Falrchxld Loxs Wllkms lourth Row Betty Coney Shlrley Waddell Ruth Anne Petr: Patntna Wolford Garua Mmer Barbara lugh Norma Wag, ner Irene Robertson Tlurd Rovs Maxine Smith Freda Wlntlmell Betty Way Alnct Brown Ruby Howard Xera Anderson loan Hoffman Ardlth Murk Dons Wnllxams Second Row Ialeanor Bishop Norma Famulener Roberta Homer Dom Spurgton Shlrley Knlpatrlck lun Dupxn Rosle Ilrst Rovu Dona Dans Sylvia Sxmpkxns Vngmna LaMont Mary Prantts Castle Slurley Wxnchell Leatnct La'vlont Marxlyn Meadows Not m Plcture Shirley Anderson Geraldine ohnson Doris Kllpatrxck Donnalee Nleachum Dorothy Morse Betty Toomer Gzrls Athletzc Assoczatzon The Glrls Athletxc Assoclatxon 18 a popular organlzatlon open to all g1rls ln hngh school Each Tuesday the members partlcxpate 1n the sport 1n season soccer 1n the fall, volleyball and basketball 1n the wmter, and softball 1n the sprlng The class tournaments ln the first three sports were won by the Semors In the annual Telegraphxc Meet, whlch tests the accuracy of shots at the basket from exght d1fferent spots on the floor, the Abmgdon G A A won first ln the d1str1ct and second 1n the state wlth an average of elght baskets out of every eleven attempts One hundred and twenty three schools were entered IH th1s tournament In1t1at1on nlght was held at the clay p1t The nature of the merrlment was a w1ener roast and an lnformal 1n1t1at1on of all the new members was held Our 11st of new members reached an all tlme h1gh th1s year wrth the total of thlrty three glrls Last 1all the gnrls presented thelr annual Fun N1ght nn order to make money They entertalned the pubhc wlth short comedles, solos, and group s1ng1ng Each year the members are hostesses to thexr mothers at a Mother and Daughter Banquet As It was held on March 17 the decoratlons were ln keepmg wnth the Irxsh holnday mot1f Vlfglnla Hoadley acted as toastm1stress Reverend Chrlstxe Swann of 54 r l l-. 1 ' y ,I , , , , ' . 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These local awards numerals and letters in olive and rose require six hundred and twelve hundred points respectively The state letters and emblems are given for sixteen hundred and two thousand points The girls amass these points by participating in organized athletics and physical educatlon, by walking, skating etc, and by keeping certain health rules for eight consecutive weeks The Iunior GA A was organized for the seventh and eighth grade girls enjoy ment These girls play such games as soccer basketball softball and newcomb, the latter being a sport similar to volleyball in which the ball is caught instead of being 1 Instead of earning awards the Iunior G A A girls receive pins symbolizing their memberships - Top Row Dorothy Walker un Ralph Nlar is Bond Albtrta hilpatrltk Nhry Bndstun Sttond Row Shirley Rub rsun Peggy X rman Dorothea Abl Doris Smith Ruth Bond latri ia Tulnr First Row Betty Pttrinx Xltra Ftngtl D nm Smith Bttty Snmlins Nlargar 1 h pple. Rnsxt R stmitm 'Not ln Pltturc karl Abbutt Betty Boyd lhyllis Bush Dore n Coulson Haztl H ttlunp., Nlaunt Hmard Rnsalcc lambalsu Shirley Lewis Lucille Thurman Ilsit Vhisstn 55 ... L 1. 4 . 4 I K is ' , - t s . . . . , . l l I C L - . t . , 4 , . t t . . . . '7 f iv- ,'-I . , ' Vx Q . , Q i . - vi . , ttf , v 4 ' - Q , 1 Q' , X . I TX ': j H ',j e ,. c' , - " ",. ' 11' . Third Row: Norma Lcnl, Trcu Berry, Nhilulyn Scarbmugh, Kathryn Lund, Inns lhvis. " 'I .1 ' e , 'jjj fu , ' :, I Q ' , , ' vc' ff . ' ': - ' -",. - - H, u T ' , ' 1' ' Z' ,.'j 1: 'e ', ii' e'4'4. ' . -r 1 7 n v 1 , v I 1 1 ' ' v - i - u ' - 1 . . , . , . Q 7 - U '. . . 1 . . . . Y v. , . ' i ,t ., . ' . -sth a k Rovx fran s ohnson Harold Dunlap Dale Olxcr George Lomax Meacl um K nneth ohnson Football STRONGHURST AT ABINGDON September 17t'1 saw the opemng of the football season under the lights of Ab1n don when th blg Stronghurst team vlas defeated 13 0 FARMINGTON AT ABINGDON Perfect football weather on September 24th brought a crowd out to vlatch Farmmgton defeat Abmgdons Hghtmg eleven by a score of 7 6 ABINGDON AT ALEDO On October the lst Abmgdon lost to Aledo 1n a hard fought game on Aledo s field score 6 0 ABINGDON AT BUSHNELL October 7th was another hot day and a hard fought game brought vlctory to the Commandos 7 6 ABINGDON AT ROSEVILLE On October 15th Rosevllle downed Ablngdons much smaller team 19 0 before a homecomlng crowd on a cold wlndy day KNOXVILLE AT ABINGDON The Blue Bullets succeeded on October the 22nd rn defeatxng thelr old foes 32 18 before one of the largest crowds an Abmgdons h1story AVON AT ABINGDON The Abbxes took another loss of the year on October 29th at the hands of the Axon eleven A wrld second hwlf gave the Avon team a vlctory of 12 0 ABINGDON AT ALEXIS Noxember 11th Armrstnce Day savx the last game of Abmgdons 1943 season Abmgdons lead of 6 0 at the half faded away before the onslaught of the Alexlans to 18 6 xx hen the final gun sounded MORSS 5 9 167 lbs End lm, a co captam, has been a regular for the past two seasons H1s pass rece1v1ng 1S one of the factors that wlll make lt hard to replace hnm NUCKLES 5 8 134 lbs End Bob was a hard fightmg end, except1onally good on defense Slnce he 1S a junnor, we expect a lot from hlm next year AYRES 5 8 120 lbs End Although a sophomore substltute, Don dld hls part well when called upon, especlally ln rece1v1ng passes . . BRADSHAW 145 lb . Tackle. Hxs first year on the varsnty, Dean played hke a Veteran. He IS a sophomore . . . . T. MAIENZA '5'8M"g 173 lbs.g Tackle Tony, wrth h1s good blockmg and v1c1ous tackhng, was a great help to our hghr llne. He wlll be back next year . . DAHLER 5'7M", 182 lbsg Tackle. J1mmy plugged up many holes opened by 56 ,.. i . . sq. . ,.. " .-1' , so .1-A "Ik ..,:,,,g,r- K 4.-w' J . . ,-,. ' 4 ""..'.'v?.: '-.fff-'53 , ' ', "T'T"f37 - , . . ' A 11 C V1 1 ra J , , ir , . Front Row: Robert Nuckles, Tony Maicnza, Dean Bradshaw, Paul Shumaker, Ronald Stegall, Donald 1 , e J . Z A Q I .7 . g , x 2 . V - - . : , . . , . f f - ' ' . , - . . 7 - . . , - , , : - a 1 . . , . 1 Y u l S G . ' I i 7 . . V . , ' 9 ' 1 . , . K I - 5 , V 1 1 ll. , ' 9 -s - ' . , ,,. . . . . - . . 3 -9 - ' . . . . , H' D . . . , ., . . . . . N , ,,. . . - 5 10 , sg opposing linemen. His weight and speed will be a big help next year . . . MEACHUM -5'11M"g 193 lbs., Guard. Don, the only freshman, had speed and weight which proved to be a great asset to our team .... SHUMAKER-5'8 Z", 140 lbs., Guard. Paul is a small sophomore but makes up for his size in speed and fight. Since he is only a sophomore, we will expect him to become a star player .... GOODMAN-5'4"g 136 lbs.g Guard. Goodie is a small, hard-fighting, tricky guard who slipped through the line to nail opposing backs. Goodie has two more years of football . . . STEGALL -5'8M"g 156 lbs., Center. Ronnie, a sophomore who was converted from guard to center, played his new position like a veteran showing up well on offense. Ronnie should develop into an excellent center within the next two years .... F. JOHNSON 5'3", 135 lbs., Back Franny was the handy man who played guard, center, and backheld position Franny IS a Junior K jOHNSON 5 8M 134 lbs Back Kenny a good ball carrier was used also as 1 pass receiver This sophomore aided the team more than once with his leaping catches DUNLAP 5 6 145 lbs Back Harold our other co captain called signals the right ones at the right time A H S is losing a good ball carrier and defensive man in him LOMAX 5 9 146 lbs Back Red was our blocking back a good ball carrier and a sure tackler He will be out for football again next year BERRY 5 9M 134 lbs Back Scorp an outstanding left handed passer could also kick and run OLIVER 5 9 165 lbs Back Ollie a hard driving fullback who always put up a good scrap will not be back next season KNABLE 5 9 144 lbs Back jack ends his high school foot ball career this year Although ack did not play much he was always out for prac tice SWEENEY 5 92 130 lbs Back Paul is a senior His presence always pepped up the squad a great deal TpRo L I c N1 a ThrdR C1 D c S K a r B yjh bx Pctu 57 . . . . . , ,,- D . . . . . . 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X. 14. ,Q Q U ' . - H ly ,I - I o w: Mr. ester, Herman Adwell, George Nlitchell, Ronald S egall, Dale Oliver, Kenneth johnson, Tony Maienza Georg Lomax, Marion Berry, Donald i eachum, De n Bradshaw. i ow: jay Landon, Paul Sweeny, Robert Nuckles, Lloyd 'oodm:in, Francis johnson, Paul Shunukcr, Harold unlap, jim Dahl r, Bob Smith, Otis johnson. Second Row: Harold Day, Donald Hoadley, Bernard Fey, Richard Larsen, Bernard iherman. lfugene Nelson, Darrell johnson. jack nablc, Donald Hale, Leo NI honey. Firs Row: ill o nson, Robert Landon, Bo by johnson. Not in i rc: james Morss. Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec a a Opponent London M1118 at KnoXV1lle W1ll1amsf1eld Rosev1lle at Avon th y D ldy Basketball We They an e e e e Corpus ChflSCl e Peor1a Woodruff e at Aledo C Opponent We They at Rosev1lle KnoXv1lle at Corpus Chf1St1 Avon Rushv1lle at Farmmgton Monmouth at Alex1s KNOX COUNTY TOURNAMENT At Knoxv1lle Second Opponent Jan 18 V1CtOfl3 Jan 20 Altona 21 Knoxvllle Place We They REGIONAL TOURNAMENT At Galesburg Opponent We They Ma1cl1 1 Monmouth there was a large In add1t1on to those boys who Won then' letters 1n th1S sport number who worked hard every mght bu1ld1ng up the varslty The second team played a total of 13 games w1th a record of 5 wxns to the1r cred1t They gamed much 58 Francis Johnson, Harold Dunlap, james Mom, KL-me Johnson, Marion Berry, George Lomax, Ton Mmm, Om A res, james Dahler, Lloyd Goodman. . 3, ' 27 23 J . 21, ' 41 48 . 10, ' 22 43 F 13. 4, ' 24 43 . 14, ' ' 27 25 F 13. 8, ' ' 28 36 .17, ' 16 18 Fb.11, 23 16 . 22, . 19 34 F 19. 16, ' 33 29 J rl. 6, ' ' 24 28 F b. 18, I 20 41 J rl. 11, ' 39 49 F 13. 17, 17 41 Jan. 14, 16 25 F b. 26, ' 37 30 . , ' ' 38 51 . , 36 34 Jan. , ' 32 43 ' , 33 47 valuable experience which, we hope, will help develop them into winning teams for A.H.S. BERRY-Guard-"Scorp,', as captain, led the team in scoring. His long left- handed shots and accuracy from the free-throw line make his replacement a hard task .... F. JOHNSON-Guard-Frannyls speed more than made up for his small stature. His fast break enabled him to put the ball in the basket many times .... MAIENZA-Guard-Although not a regular, Tony was a dependable reserve. Next year's team will be able to use his defensive work and rebounding to good advantage . . . . MORSS-Center-Jim was a great rebounder and always carried his share of the scoring burden. His name will be among the missing next year .... DUNLAP- Forward-Harold used his speed on fast breaks. His defensive action and ability to get the ball off the bankboard was better than average. He, too, is a senior .... K. JOHNSON-Forward-Although only a sophomore, Kenny fit in well with the Hrst five His height enabled him to rebound shots and score from under the basket LOMAX Forward George had the fight and spirit that it takes to be 1 basketball player He was good on offense as well as defense, contributing several points per game for the Commandos He will be back next year Trp Row Bill johnson Frcdtrick Kyellandtr B bbx Wai B rnard lr x Chirle 'icarbrougli Bernard Sh rmin Ray Smith Ross Simkms Robert Landon Daiid Vfillunis B b hns sen Donald Hondl i Phil Benn r Paul Shumik r Third Row francis johnson Harmld Dunlap lxtnn nh ihnson I Xl Nliri n B rrx Citrrrgt Lam 'll s Dall Tons Xian nla Donald -Mr s lloxd Cn dman 59 . . . . . i-in - I C . i 1 'z' . 'i ' f, of ".',u 'e,',i.'s.' ,', " ic ., 4, , . V V X ' '. . , 0 jo lm. Second Row: Otis johnson, W'illiam McKinley, Laurence Clark, Iiugcnc Nelson, Donald Hale, Ronald Szcgall, Richard Lar- , cy, ' 1 e , . 'Q . i ': ' ' , 1 , " u jx , mes . urss, . . 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V -Y-Y Y --Y - K Et Cetera September Tersun 7 Back to school' Busters ecstasy overshadowed all the gloom on the part of the students and the facultw WIDNLSDAY 8 Everyone makmg vows to study Now nf we can just stxck to them THeRsDAY 9 Freshmen strll gettmg wrong seats ln study hall Imran 10 Frrst week completed Oh but lt s hard to get back to studyxng agam' MOVDAH 13 Brr xts cold' May Iwear your jrltketa Tursofn 14 The dull days are startmg thls IS one WIDNFSDAY 15 Go back go back go back to the woods You uessed tl Cheer leader tryouts THURSDAY 16 Cheerleaders Mutt Hoad ley Delores Stegall Dane McKown aekre Shank Dona Dav1s IRIDAY 17 Fnrst football game of the season and we won' Rah' Rah' Abmgdon 13 Stronghurst 0 Why the flashy tnes boys? VIONJDAY 20 Warm sleepy dull day Wrong strurs k1ds"' Tersum 21 Imagme' Mrs Wenzelmann called us the world s worst Englnsh class' W1 DNI SDAY 22 Tr slr already Economxcs :sn t so bad after all Sudden rush for lunch today Every body hungry? THLRSDAY 23 Who could have put that caterplllar on Vlrs Morrns deskw Exclte ment for all rn algebra class' IRIDXX 24 Game with Farmmgton We lost 7 to 6 Too bad fellows Xffoxoxv 27 Second team played football at Avon after school Abxngdon won 19 0 Tezsufxv 28 Bond dnve held at hrgh school A lot of entertamment for a worthy cause Tneasnxx 30 Speech class gaxe pep stunt Great football stars' What say LaVIont7 ,. , 3 f . r - . e .- , . 1 A . .- v 1 ' ' s v A, i- l , ., . . s -a V , V r , . v: Y u , ' ' ' x 1 ' 7 , n 0 . C . . 1 . u n I u an 1 a x u -n - ,. , , J , - fs - .. , . V . , . 1 A T , , . , Y. ' ... ' 1 , . . , 1 1 fi l '. .' . A x 1 V v , . Y ., , x A . .. - X . 1 V, ui. l 7. . s . , . ' -. s V I f 2 v ' r . , r . Nrtwiq Q " 'CH ,gt October FRIDAY 1 Started school at 8 this morning Game at Aledo in afternoon The Com mandos lost to the Green Dragons 6 to 0 Sorry boys better luck next time MONDAY 4 Who did that beautiful job of camouflage on your Ialopy Mutt? Stanforth boys left today We re going to miss you fellows TUESDAY 5 Boy IS It hot' WEDNESDAY 6 Rush' Rush' Rush' And its hard to study too THURSDAY 7 Eight oclock again this morn mg More droopy eyes Game with Bushnell We won 7 to 6 Whew that was close' FRIDAY 8 Teachers Institute' No School' MONDAY 11 Vacation s over' Back to studv Ing ag In WEDNESDAY 13 Pfc Milton visited school today Nice to see you again Gale FRIDAY 15 Ho hum' Classes began this morning Played Roseville this after noon G A A play tonight MONDAY 18 Everyone trying to get make up work done Oh wby do we let things on WI-DNESDAY 20 This IS what they c ll a red letter day and In this case lt s more than just an expression THURSDAY 21--Honor roll is on the bulletin board. Keep up the good work everybody. FRIDAY 22-Cute pep stunt in anticipation of the big game with Knoxville tonight. Dun- lap made a beautiful 90-yard run fo a touchdown in the last minute of play. Score: 32-18 in favor of our rival!! MONDAY 25-Result of senior class elections: H. Dunlap B. Leigh V. Hoadley. TUESDAY 26-Juniors and seniors have soccer tournament in G.A.A. Come on girls. THURSDAY 28-Gee Im tired. Wish this was Friday. FRIDAY 29-The football squad and their girls are to have a masquerade dance tomorrow night. November MONDAY 1 B r r r' Is nt cold"' TUESDAY 2 Wonder why some people haxe been moved 1n snxth perxod study hall? Maybe Donald Hale knows' WEDNESDAY 3 u1te an argument ln seventh perlod Economlcs class between Mr Stone and a couple of gnrls' Maybe they dont speak the same language' THURSDAY 4 The weather fa1r and warmer MONDAY 8 Snow" And the mercury must have dropped clear out of sxght' TUESDAY 9 In all then' dngnlty OJ the semor class left school after slxth perlod Dont worry though Mr Clausen taught us a lot about bankmg WEDNESDAY 10 The only br1ght spot m the day IS the antlclpatlon of a day s VHCQIIOH THURSDAY 11 Played annual Arm1st1ce Day game at Alexls If you dont know the outcome read about nt on page 56 FRIDAY 12 Where IS everybody? They told us one day of vacatnon not two MONDAY 15 Have your proofs come yet? WEDNESDAY 17 Are dnamonds gettmg to be the hablt around here?" THURSDAY 18 Lucky G A A play casts' Dmner and a show 1n Galesburg FRIDAY 19 Isn t th1s a grand day? Everyone IS revlewlng for s1x weeks tests MONDAY 22 Won t you buy your semor class play tneket from me? WEDNESDAY 24 Wrth Thanksgwmg tomor row and two extra days of vacatuon you can lmagme how much studylng goes on around ere MONDAY 29 One thnrd of the school year IS over TUESDAY 30 Dress rehearsal for semor class play It won t be long now l I? '--4. December WEDNESDAY 1 I guess there wasn t too much red Ink on the report cards because almost everyone was back thus afternoon THURSDAY 2 Semors presented Brother Goose Not tO be conce1ted but we thought It was swell FRIDAY 3 Flrst basketball game of the season London M1115 23 Abmgdon 27 Great start team Just keep lt up MONDAY 6 Ramy dull day Maybe It s the lull before the storm TUISDAY 7 The storm appeared In the form of tests Oh my' WEDNESDAY 8 Dnd everyone brmg h1s qua1 ter so there w111 be a Tatler for hnm next May? THURSDAY 9 There were qunte a few vacant desks the flu FRIDAY 10 Basketball game at Knoxvllle Our MONDAY 13 Norma Nelle attended AHS for the last tnme today Have a good tnme In CalIfOrn1a' TUFSDAY 14 Somethmg must have happened to Mrs Cramers car th1s noon At least there were five teachers pushmg w1th all thelr mnght Oh for a camera' Tomaht we nosed out Wnlllamsheld 27 to 25 THURSDAY 16 The flu seems to have hnt Mr Stone No economncs' The Latln Club Chr1stmas party dxscovered a lot of poets FRIDAY 17 Th1s t1me It was our team that ended up on the slxghtly smaller end of the score Rosevllle 18 Commandos 16 MONDAY 20 Those Chrxstmas carols th1s noon make us all anxxous for Chrnstmas vacatron TUESDAY 21 Can you get your pnctures for Chr1stmas7 WEDNESDAY 22 Chrlstmas sp1r1t pervaded the a1r as speech class presented play Abmg don lost to Avon h , , , V Y . ,, - ' 5 9 ' 3 . . , - , fi . I - m .. ,, - . , . . .. ,, - , old rival defeated us, 43 to 22. , . X. . - 1 I .U , . , . ' . ' l K! il il I - , . anuary TULSDAY 4 The all school dance sponsored by the semors stems to ham been a bug sue Less Dnd you lxke the punch Scorp5 WIDNISDKY 5 Bull McK1nley mformtd us today that post vmr automobxles wnll have molorx TIILRSDAY 6 'virs Dahltr 15 substntutmg for Mrs Cramer for 1 few days before takms, her regular positron at the end of the semts tr lR11JXY 7 The semors attempt to sell hot dogs at the Corpus Chrnstl game went our nn a bng way MLXNIJXY 10 Whats that USN car domg at school? Lets nnvestngate glrls TUESDAY 11 A H S Varsxty 39 Pcorn Woodruff 49 W1 DNISDAY 12 Those mean teachers' Cook mg ehncken for therr dmner tomght durmg school hours' lHURSllAY 13 nggs Fmncy IS lcavmg for the Navy today Good lutk jnggs lRIDXY 14 The pep meetmg before the Aledo gxmt mtroduced .1 new song On Com mtndos wrxtttn by Paul Sweeny Prcttv good huh? MONDAY 17 Why dots the Navy have such an attractxon for our boys? Two more ack and Van left for that scrynce today W1 DN1sDAY 19 How dxd you come out on your semester report? Any red letters? FRIDAY 21 Claxre Clark vnsrted school today How IS ey erythnng nn the Nan Clancy? TLISDAY 25 Our first game ln the County Tournament ended xn vlctory for the Com mandos AHS 38 Vlctorla 31 THURSDAY 27 Extra' Extra' Ab1ngdon up sets Altona nn best game of the tournament 36 to 34' FRIDAY 28 Look who advanced to the finals yuth us Knoxyxlle' Those swell new yells at the pep mtetmg werent qu1te enough Our rnvals 43 we 32 Nloxun 31 Brr 1 s gettmg cold' Dont you vush you were back m Vlnamn Carol? 3' February TUESDAY 1-What's this we hear about jack Knable sleeping through two periods and missing sociology class? THURSDAY 3-Say, Donald Hale, why don't you make up your mind? Which is it going to be? FRIDAY 4-Pep meeting after school. Why don't you kids yell?? Game with Knoxville in the evening. They 43 we 24. NlONDAY 7--Margery Allen and Kenny ohn- son seem to be having difhculties What s the matter kids? UISDAY 8 Barbara Fairchild is chosen for DAR award Commandos get backed down In game with Corpus Christi 36 to 28 THURSDAY 10 FRIDAY 11 Vacation Teach ers Institute In Galesburg Big blizzard NIONDAY 14 Cupid busy shooting darts WIDNESDAY 16 Seniors are measured for LIPS and gowns Get' Am I really that till? Game with Rushvillt They 29 wc. 33 THURSDAY 17 Why didn t the seniors get to have their bobslcd party? Juniors are all excited over play try outs MONDAY 21 Bud Sheldon starts back to school Didn t you like lf In Florida Bud? Juniors gave all school dance L1-SDAY 22 More rams more tests what a mess' Birthington s Washday TIIURSDAY 24 Listen to the mocking birds The Junior High teams come decked out In loud ties and shirts just like the Varsity von played Junior High teams here Light Weights won 16 3 Heavy Weights won 23 16 FRIDAY 25 Olive and Rose wins over Alexls 37 to 31' Great game boys' MONDAY 28 Freshmen and sophomores won scrap paper drive Seventh grade beat eighth t 1347 I r oph 2919 s r Sr 2063 s Totil 7994 s TUFSDAY 29 This helps to even up the ca endar year Also guts the girls a chance J T .L 1 . . . 1 1 T li ' i 1 1 A . . ' . A 7tl'1 ,. ., ,....,,,,,,...,,.. .. . .,,,,..,. 1665 8 h , , ,,,,,,,, W . ,,,,,,,,,, . lbs. i .-S . .,,s, - ,s,s,, .s,s,, , lb . ..ss .. ssssess us, I , , ., ,,,, lb. 1 - ' l- March WLDRESDIY 1 Report cards agun Bos those sux weeks really fly bs 'Vhrch came In hke 1 lamb and IS lt nIce' FRIDAY 3 Would you hke a hassock for your feet In cnncs class Knablt-5 'MONDAY 6 Deedre Stegall sat on another taek todav Wonder who puts them there TUESDAY 7 Confidentnallv I dont behest Scorp apprecrated the Happx Brrthdax we Sang to htm In Enghsh class THURSDAY 9 Those chsurs In MISS ewells room are rather easy to upset aren t they LoIs Was 9 FRIDAY 10 Jrggs Fmney v1S1ted school todax He thmks there IS nothmg better than the Navy TUESDAY 14 Apr1l showers are a httle eanlw but who cares? Oh so you got wet too' WEDWFSDAY 15 Looks as If Mnss Roe broke her glasses at the Freshman Sophomore partx THURSDAY 16 The Iumor Clmss Plas cut seems to be havmg, qunte a tame FRIDAY 17 Everyone honored the Ir1sh at school and at the G A A Mother and Daughter Banquet MONDAY 20 I su Se well be hav1n some PPO 3 cases of sprmg fever soon because sprms, IS just around the corner WEDNESDAY 22 We hope Jack Rrtchcx fn a hospntal at Great Lakesj got all hrs brrth day cards today TLPSDAH 28 Hom do you hke teaehnng cl1sS Nuckles and Fa1rch1ld5 WFDNISIJAY 29 Sprmg fever? No just more Snow TPIURSIDAX 30 Sgt Depue of the State Pohtc conunced us all at assembly thIS mormng, that we should trx to be better drners The Class Plas was Super jumors FR DAY 31 Oh vxas lt hard to get here at enght thxs mornmg lviusnc festn al If Knox ulle tomght practnu. thIs afternoon - '- .f 1- t L ', ' - fs S y r v' A t S . , . - . 1 ' ' 7 I I - ' ' ' , ,- H ,T - .. - ,, - S J , , , 1 ' is A Y - . . 1 . . ' V ,I 7 Y . , , . - , , , Was It that rough? , ' ,. , , -,. x y - . 7 l , . . . Y. , 1 1 - ' n , - V' r , 7 I , - . . - . , , - . , ' f ' 1 5 .' " r ' ' v . . V Y i l vx -- 1, , k , - I ' - , ' . A l L I ' 'A . -'1 l I , . April NTONDAY 3 Wonader what the theme for the umor Semor Blnquet xull be THLRSDAY 6 Easter yacauon starts tomght What are you pomg to do? Why sleep f course Tel sow 11 Baek to the old grand and 1 neu sux weeks WYDNISIJXY 12 Oh oh' Those report cards again' FRIDAX I4 Everyone enjoyed the Annual All School Dance tomght Our track teim xull enter the Geneseo Relays tomorroyy Good luck boys' Tusnn 18 Wlmlt are you eolng to we1r to the B1nquet9 THURSIMY 20 Another event nn our track schedule The boys travelled to Knoxvnlle WroN1soAY 26 Same people same thmgs FRIDAY 28 Knox Countv Track Meet at Knoxvrlle And the event weve been lookmg forward The umor Sennor Bmquet and Dance May WEIDWISIJXH 3 Duzl Meet .xt Knoxvrlle THURSDAY 4 SCDIOYS busy readrng college road and go to Culver Stoekton9 Iruon 5 Ft Madnson Relzys tomght LISDAX J Llttle 51x Relus It Knomrl e lll the eyemng, THLRSIJAX 11 Annual Sprms, Concert xyhxch IS alvx lys 1 tlelt to hsteners Sxreunu 13 Drstrlet Vleet It Mzeomb NIONDAY 15 Dld you get your dress for gradu 1t1on over the vseek end? XVPDINISDAY 17 Semors haye no exeuse for bemy., late vuth all these new vmtches IRIDAX 19 AND SAIURDAX 20 State Meet at U of I SLNDM 21 B1cc1l1ureate SCINICCS THLRSDAY 25 Class Day performance Pretty good eh? Ex ery body wonders lf hell get his Tatler tonight Ifmom 26 GRADUATION Goodbye A H S y , 4L v ' I . 1 1 y ' . 1, 1 , 0 'a , - ' ' ' Q X ' . . .- ,, fr , , L r 1. f ? , . 7 . V 1. 5 V I I 7. 1 1 7 Y Y ' , ' -- 1 ' ' ' -1 ' F- A, i 1 s s ' A 3 Q - t , f ' . A U - I , X . L to- X J . - . ,, 1 V I I . ' A 1 I 1' n n TT A catalogues. Why' not follow the Stonefyj n L K - T n : z ' T . . 2 'Q . . T' ' 1- ' ' ' 4 ' fl l I i i Vx I y V t I I Ky ' ' Y 4 72 ' e A 1 ' . r ' f ' - ' " 4 U Q r L' . A Av L ' Y K , . . ' 7 U y V ,. L 1 Y rs 1 , , V T - ,' , . 7 V V Y I , L D 1 ' Abel Ircd Xbcl Orulle A le11 leo Allen Ormztnd Allen Robert Amos Raymond Anderson Harold Anderson Lyle Andrews Robert Appleeate Rex Atklns Cum Atluns 'xhrun Aux 1ter Rnehard litltcr Gordon lhldwm Wendell Barrmqcr Kenton S l S l oodb1r Arnold :mum HHH Beer Robert lienner obn Benson hlun Benson Cleorgc Bxllmes Geraldme BllllI'l2.,S Xflirgaret Rutl1 l51sl1op Delbert llond Bond Bond Bond Bond llflll Fred Helen lloyd X1 1ry 51111 H 1rrw Bron n L1rroll Bron I1 l ueene llullselw l lulnp llull tmmy l5xr1m RIYUIOIIJ Hx ram XV.1ll1ce r n 1r C 1rr1ek Kenneth C ashman Claude flutlt Duld Cxluelt Xerne Cwlnrle C larls Cl1rlt C llne C llne Allen Cul ure lrrmens lred Vt une mud D ml K R1ndell lueene Coursnn lxe1tl1 Ceourson X crnon C ramer Rwlph C urtxs ol1n llaus J.1x1s Duns Dans Alden l C'l1arles XX une s um rr ll x Xlwrl llennls lJeX osx l r.1ne1s L IIISUH I1 lJ1el-terson 'XHDJ Bell Servzce llnelterson Reeee Demnurd Robert llnntto 0 Ilunlnr leroy 7111 IP l l,llHl1P Robert llunleu Robert Dun eu Xernon Uupm CJeorj,e ll1renl11rt I Ogden l1mulener Russell l1r1ll1 Tonx Ferns ol1n lneeo Tl1cln11 Pnelcler Harold llnnes Clxfford F1tel1 Eugene Flxekmeer lverett Foltz George Forbes Artl1ur Porbes Harry Puutcb Xan 1rrett Darwm 1rrett Roeer 1rr1son mmnn 1rr1son Robert reen FI l10I11lS C reene Dtnne rccne Nletle l'l1ll Brooks Hxrbcrt Dale Hxrroun 1els ll1tel1 Cjeoree H1tel1 leslme Haynes lloyd lleaelles l1urenee llelltes o1n Hell-tes PIU llellies Robert H1ekex lnurenee F s Xergll Hllton Ccmltl Hobbs Cxlnfford lloelter Cjeoree llollovxzn Dem lloke Harry lloppune, X11rxl11ll llouse Dorn el Hove 1rd lueene llull Un d llul Russel llunt l 1 lllL,l"JII1 Albert 1 bs Cyore n uueson aelt HTILSOII We oltnson Arllen olmson l ueene ol1nson C erlld ol1 nson Xl 1re us ol1 nson Russell UHLS UFILS ones UFILS UUC9 D1 e CJlenn me Ly e Raymond K1lb Clntford Keene IHILS Knlslev Kumble Knnble L0 X ax Robert lagncse Robert l1ndon Fred lmdon Gerlld Landon Ray tmbaxso Alfred ambatso 1n1b11so enro 1mb:uso Robert unbcrtn Allred xwson lllls ee Ro mel L e ew1s Robert LWIS Stanley neue omax om IX OITTJX on11x outt om Cl1uele C ltlovt trel Sunlex XX 1ll11n1 lxennetl1 ueas Don1ld un Bern 'Il'Cl und Russell XleCone H1rold XleDonouel1 Dow ns Xlel eeders R sbert XleCylotl1len l1mo11t XfleC rem XIeK1nne XleXleen xlllLI1l.1 Xlluenm lC7rL5t x R1el11rd X 1K un lotus Xlalenll ee xllI1p,lLl'l lfllk Xhnelerl XllI1glLfI 511111111 Xlmelerx 'lonx Xl:1rsl1:1ll Robert Xlasrerson Otluo Xleadovns liullt Xlendows Rnn1rnel Xlex owns Robert Xle oan X estluler XX.1lt r 71 L lst XlCdl1lll"Yl Xlerle e nn X le Xllller tl rk Xltller XX une Xlnlton Cl11rles XlIllUI1 B1 t Xllllflll 1 Xlltelwell Xlerle Xloon Xl1rqu1s Xlorrlson llune Xflosser C.,lI'I'4lll Xl 1sser ol1 1 Ne1l liermee Nelson H1rolel Ne son Robert Xloel I-YHILIX Nloel Donllel Nlorrns C1rroll Norrts Clure Norris umor Not: Cfeoree Nutt I-I1roId Oeden Clure Oeden Prtnens Olner C eoree Owens Robert Ptlmerlo Ulll1 lllllSQ.,I'UXL Xlvenele l u cllll 1 l C lty l1yne le ke leluso lelusl l rnest oseplm Xnelv ldonv l'etr1e Bernxrd Petrle C ltde Petrlnl ol1n Pnca Cnbrxel Pea I e l lea lo llppett RlXl11llllLl Porter IJLIIHL lorter XX1ll1ee lotter C,vlenn Pottorf Sttnlet lomter C1er1ld Rm Dennetl1 Reselnlto lCeSf1tJl4.li XX une lRlL,l1LX Robert Rxtelmex 1 Roberts enn Robertson C lll'eI1LL R wbertson l 1rl Robertson How 1rd Ro tnson XX llllllll R Je vte Xre 11e Rodeers Xrmon Roller C lnrlcs Roller Rlklllfd Roller Sldnex Ro r XX 1lte1 lxelt Rossell Cyerald RoudcbL1sl1 l,t!Dlld Ruslm Robert Rork S1bett1 Xllflti Selnacl C1rlXle 9el1.11d Hou 1rd Skllllhlillfl l vlly etn Selpl1 Denlll Slmxer ol1n ll Slnvs Omer Sl'1avuer loulse Slmvuer Reed Slupplett ReX Sll'I1l'Cll1b Allan Stmluns XX ymxn Simpson DLIIITL Smlele Lueene SYTIICII XXendell S Stanfortb XX llltrd Steele Plulxp Steele Roy Steball Clllldk Ste all Iloxd Stephens l don Stephens o1n Stepllens CDFIOH 5UXd1l11 Robert Su IIISUH u n1or Thornton leurs Todd Xllurxee l'odd Steele roullo Cfeoree l'ruloek u11eS Tueele Clurles Turk Q1rl Turk Chester L 1 n11nn How 1rd lI'l1Cl' Cl11rles 11, 1er I lul a ers It XX lute llxle XXl1llSllI Crerlltl XX utsutt le .11l XX utsltt errx lllJI'l1S l uee e XXxncoop Du IX c wneoop om XX S ncoop l ou s xneoop R1 me killnln UHIOI' 0 Q A '- 1 , --" -I. 1 ,Iv . ,. 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A -Lj f' - b , ,I Y lli-k' ,jolt T. ,I.eo , ' J., . -I .J-ee --k '-ll.: -I - I A ,, Ae ky, - Ml- .1-g -, " Q X' ,I ' M' Pltone 4-4745 ' 42130745 ENGRHVING C0 ORIR ILLINO Relralale Experrenoed Servroe to Hlqh Sohool and College Annual Stalls ID A Q 0 N E R prmfs your year 004 your statt 1S assured of the trnest ln quallty servloe and worlcmanshlp Forty srx years experrence enables us to produce your yearbook as you want 1t lliaqoner Prtnttnq Companq 306 East Sunmons Street Galesburq lllrnols 72 o 11nN.MADl E. -S PE ' IS WAZIZ ' 6 f th t t l f m Tse lmpor an D cms or YOUI ard Frrday to chr nr l all o Wh MEN S and LADIES Future Holds Ther prolouhly has never been a p rrod tn our llfe trmes wh n we were so anxrous tor tfte future for the passrnq of t1me The future means o much to day the end of the war he boys comlnq home th beqrnmnq of a colleo educat1on the pur hase of hat car or electrrc stove or refnq er tor we cannot get now a new home or even an extra pound of but er We have so much planned for the days of peace and contentment Eqatn but lllce th days of the past whrch were once our future al of thrzft formed early n llfe All th plans we have now for that brrqhter and happrer day of peace d pend almo t ntrrely urpon what we save and Just a lrttle each week or month svstematrcally saved w1ll solve the entt prob em Let thrs Bank be of servrc to you future Aumtnuw Btwn AND Tnusr l UW NNY Amucnon muuom M rnc r Fed ral Res r Syst rn WEAR ESPIZXTJIKIES CASH STORE Phone 55 Alornqdon Sump If n n our tlmund r Ll L tl RIGHT IN STEP Wrth the vtqor of Abrnqdon s younq men and women is th y gf dial fonA1nq don Hrqh School th KODAK 1 e s ev ry Tuesday t events of al c is es of th school lvlernoer Fed ralD C'7S1flI'WS raft Cor poratton ' H t t ' ' I, vc 1 1 9 r . . A . 3 e f e ' L 1 s l - - - , ' 1 I A , : Q . , 9 , , ' 5 C fi J I I , ' f - ' : "Tlx 1.1 " thcrc C.lI1'E tml- f I , I e 9 , Y c .T 4 r - PJ l: "ls lr' Ll '. f?" rnost all of it depends on the habits Sump: "Ng, if mfr rlqundcringf ' l ' . 9 . e s e ' 1 v , i 'TQ - , Q l.. e darerr' bf- .' e . . er d airitr, e ,A t ' r o 'C e 5 he ' l 'lf s . e . l Y f I J 1 . I . . . C N I V , I l . N e Q e e e ve X s e. ' e ey - '. . u -. ce H 73 A111121 11: an Sanltary Manufacturmq Company 4 F5 ' pcmphmems of 6 5 1? Q51 ,S E "if Effgj' fi E Saw if DR LEO E GLEAVE C HDMI DR E H BHADWAY Comphrw ms f DR C E WEIR Conqpwr ts DR I E RAPUZZI Corrph lemts f DR I W LUCAS Veterlnarlan KJOYTWD I SAND S PHARMACY Carl A Sand R PM W E TARRANT FURNITURE STQRE AMBUT ANFE SERVICE? H HUGGIN S FUN RAL HOME Cfmpliwiewts of 'gl ' ueylig Qi I C I I I A . me Q . .1 ,ei of . . . . . . Mr. Sums: "Bolt, gnc your uurrcnt cv".t. Bob N: "I dmft lmvc mm." Mr. Slonc: HXVUII then, Cicurgc, wl1.1t'S yo ' f' Gcorgc P: "NIinc's thc mmu .us luis." ' , XII Q 'N A-11119213 of I . K , . --. C3 1g,f1i:'1Q2.f3 'N . . , I La J K 1-J f ,fry 111. P?-lfiflf? "WA 75 Compl e sol LINDOFT S SHOES HOTTEL BEAUTY SHOP Freeman Bostonlans an Phone 51 gd AHA Steps D GY' MAX HAWKINSON WATSON IEWELRY VANITY BEAUTY sHoPPE and OPTICAL SHOP An AW Pho e llll A qdo lll 3 e st BLUE BELL GLOBE Manufacturing Company World T aroe T Prodl cers of Overalls Dungarees Blanket Lmecl Denlm Coals Alolnqclon llllno S Gr en boro N C 76 , Wim nl I , a Alain on, lll. Com- lim .ts of R bm D' . Dr. , n .a - . l atson, Oy tom tn Carol -In "Mx: Slonc, do you 1'C'.lil the Tribune?" Xvlxy dicl the rest of the class laugh? I I I S ,.. , ,S . ,l - I ' , , ' i e S , . . FARALLI S Crgars Toleac 9 Pounhrn S 1 acwuur r for Sp ris Refurw Service Wlth A Smlle A Farilh Prop Comphmenis Of GAMBLE STORE AGENCY 1 C I Vand W' t Prop THE OLD STORE Ablnqdon Hhnors Phone 83 ur Ll hm XIOIIUI D. Llrlnl sou pomelr n nt of Klndall the Ta11or ornphrn nts of BAKER SHOE SHOP Rellable Cleaners FRANK W MCCLURE Real Estate Loans Insurance The Rellable Agency Inc Insurance For E fer 1 Need K BIRD M 1 Phone 39 Ar n Idfvn Ill OVHVIT BIIOU THEATRE HAPRK ef DHALEP M 77 , . I J C C' He ,tes C ' 0 Phe we 7651 . ,. .. ewerf . A A I e S I . . Mrs. XVCI1ZClU1.ll1I1 .lskcd Norma XY. if slw would likc to get L1 drink to ct rid of h' co gg ' g? r ' 4: 0, . Q 4' . f- , Lf 9 . 0 ' C . ,rr Lents of I 0 A Il ll . A A X1 YY ..f LX. ,.rI1.r. 1 , v .x r rg. . L L, QT. .1 Oi Q , . Q Comohmenfs of Pmlnnson Lumber l Umpan THE HOME YARD Phone 35 Abingdon Hlmoi E E WALTERS 111 and Pumice XV r Bu It Up Roo mg Abingdon I I MOTOR CO Ford Sales and Ser J1 e Phone N1qht32OO Deg 47 ROANOKE WRECKING COMPANY 24 Hr OPS AND OIL Phow 315 PAUL STEAGALL Prop 712 N Monro Ab 'wolor 78 A . , N Y V V V YQ ff Sl . . :Q I .L R1 Bill MQK: "N1iI'i.ll'l1., what kind of glnssce 1 ' -' K 'tt' f Miriam: "lim getting nllig11t0i'S.U I O . ' . 11.1 V , 4T I O k Y C N 1 v 3 f. . Tel 16 ' 2 ' f Nl . . 9 . ix L . 1 VOD LJBFTUT VVIONS 19114 GRADUATES Remehh 1 uef r H dv rc and GHS C 11111 1 hue of P11111 V y School uoph s Radw F p 1r Sermc COULTIS HARDWARE COMPANY P old L I C'oJ1's The C molete St 1 Mem r t A foulhs 101 Soo h Mem S1 Dhone 23 Ahmqdoh 111 Corr1phme11tQ of ALEX SABETTI Quahty Grocenee and Meats Lomphm his of C W FEY phone? Q4 AbmqdO Meats Groceneq 1 Ixt dlSLJNLlk.Li 1xl11 IL otlxt s11 t1t shoxxtn 100111 ut IIILX muh tl1c111 thlt 11 11 so L111 EIL tould truxl 111 11 hun sht down t 11 mt to 11kt 1 shoxxtr Comph n 1115 of SWIGART GROCERY A02 N M4111 D P Q HOBBS GROCERY 6. FEEDS Cflt1C Feeds Grocemes and Tobacco Depend ble Du' 1C S011 s Phoh 2271 nt re or ud of our V111 bchool hd W hop your teach r proud of the qr duatmq Claes of 44 DOWN S GRQCERIFS and MFATS COTVDIIITW me of LAMBERTI S GROCERY , Iqit M.. N- ., . .o 'ar we 1' or fee - - ' 1' -A A .-t ,.CI S, . M L , C Q e a' " e , . .. X 1 . mr' ..,-1.1 . on , oe v.,ae.1., T ' 1 ' 1 1? . 1 , . 1 - -. . e. I C . . A D. -J 1. - ' Tl ' 1 Atlwt "' ' 'rl-IQ'-1-11 lv L"sc1l.1rgc. " . ' 1 '."I'.U" 'L'. " X X 1 l".' ". I 're V' 1 ' 6. . Q1 CQ 1 . f' -ho.e 6x . e The V1 IZSTIS 51 A o 1 . Th - . ' ,a e, e J 1 are 5 ' , I I .. Q- FRESHMAN CLASS SOPHOMORE CLASS IUNIOR CLASS FORD PERRY DAIRY CECIL CHANCE PURITAN DAIRY 1 o SIMMS P p PETRINI PALACE OF SWEETS FINE CCDNFECUONS K d MYRT S PLACE im N iii M Complimenz: Compliments Ol Of the Complimenis Compliments of of ilio Mft' R cz "XVlint is n six sided polyg0n?l' 15' ic licnirdz "A "'.'.'lf'OIl.H Compliment Compliments of ol . . , ro . Compliments of I . or ain Phone Home Made Ice Cream in S of Soft Drinks ind Lunches Fine F0065 G Specially 80 ABINGDON ILLINOIS M Hutson I wrotg Nlnss WLII 1 Ilttlg note 1t ch.. and of my Shorthand exam Slymg how muuh I unjox Ld thy Loursg Wlaat drd Shu say? M Hutson Sud I could tlkg lt 1g11n If I gnloyad It so much FOR LIFE INSURANCE EE CLARENCE B RIGG Representlnq Metropolrtan Lrfe Insurance Company Cornphments of LEWIS MARKS Auchoneer South Maln Street 308 W Iackson Street Ablnqdon III PIIOUS 1312 A-b1HfJdOI'1 IHIHOIS CI ASS OE 1944 Our heartrest conqralubtrons To you May the future brrnq you all success and happrness BEN FRANKLIN STORE I W Krnder Proprretor 81 I I : .A lc , L , .1 ,, 4. . . ,, , ,.., , .- . . . I , .. - E ,, - . ",' - , .' ' ' 1 ' I ' v " . I . , . , I Comphmehts Comphm nt ot LOVITT MOTOR CO LARRY BILLINGS Garage Comphments ot RAY S SHELL SERVICE STATION Automohve Repilflflq ci Lubrlcauon PORTABLE ELECTRIC and ACETYI ENE WELDING ZIMMER ELECTRIC WELDING SHOP Abmqdon IIhr1o1s Route 41 Phone 3193 W t I H COLE PLUMBING HEATING Phone 40 Comphments ot SIMPSON POWELSON LUMBER CO REX CLEANERS Cleanlng and Presslng Bepalrmq and Alteratlons Hat Blockmq a Soeclalty Phone 3000 Ahmqdon III 11015 MILLSPAUGHS ROLLER RINK 6. BOWLING ALLEY For I-Iealths Sake Bowl G BoIIer Skate Lets get toqether for a party Ledu Mdlspauqh Propuetor ' ' e S ot l I .. " 'ha is space?" the teacher asked. The trcmblin' freshman said: "I cannot think of it 'ust now, but I'vc ot it ir fu I my head." . O . 'I' I A I 82 III I nts EMMA S DRESS SHOP Comph en S of ABINGDON HOTEL Compl nts of R M LEWIS EAT MORE WALKER S CREAM BREAD I Compl rw nts of Comphments of ABINGDON LOCKER SERVICE ATLANTIC 5. PACIFIC and TEA Co HOLSTINES STANDARD SERVICE GUNNING CLINIC Comph ts of RAY S FEED STORE A Complet Lme of PILLSBUPY S BEST FEEDS for all kmds of II e stock 83 Co KEITH 9 of ' 'rn I I ime I C O Yoxfd be Surprised if: Miss Roc wore her hair up Barb Ifglirchild Hunlccd English Turncy reduced Mr. Stone bough n Tribune. I ,Ie ' I . 'men CCIII!,IIT'I'.5HIS of I 9 'I I V A ' . 'V CO111p11111e11t of O T IOHNSON DRY GOODS CO Gdesburq S Laroest Dep 1t111e11t Store COI'I1D111'1'19I'l1S of ELLo9C5!D12A1gE EQ BROWN 5-25' SPECIALTY COMPANY GALESBURGILUNOIS 361 East S111111o11s Stree Galesburq 111111015 1X 1 HOLLY SHOP StV1e Vt71t11C t Eytra faqa C 301 E Ma 11 St A Store for Ladles Ga1esbu1q 1111I'101S BROWN LYNCH SCOTT Invlte you to call frequently 244 East M6111 Street G61 sburq 84 4 f" D O Q U . , 1 . , C1 , I ,1 ,1' 'Ti 1' T' 1 ' 1 ' V' o ze 'area 7ua 1' ' '1 1 , Miss Gicrz: Qin cxamsj "I will not Il 1' any qucstio . Ayers: "S11ake! 1ci 11c1' will 11" If 1 ' X t 1 L1 . 1 T1 e . 1 . , ' C -e Compliments of WILSON PAPER WEBER'S Books Gifts fGree-ting Cards Office and School Supplies Galesburg lllinois BROWN S BUSINESS COLLEGE clp Make Amorica Strong By M lcirg Strongcr Americans A lc tor Catalog USE l H PTSSICIQTI A Prof sional School of Business PASTEURIZED T 1 t H oh S h d rain ng or 1 c ool an DAIRY PRCDUCTS College Graduates WANT KDS NWANITIID A Llitpcrom must b duf dumb md blind T DRlNK 5 Galesburq Skelqas SGTVICG BOTTLE GAS APPLIANCES Court ous S rvice Pho 66!5 B cl Hank Balfer Agent THE KNOX LAUNDRY Aoingdon Pho 403 H 6. H RECREATION Bowuwc a Dooi B m nt of T lephone Bonfii Bldg 5932 Blue 85 CO. I ' Hn Q a . A . s ' 1 . . , t es' ' . I Y I i 1 - ' 1 f - - c 'L , 4 ' . L1 SN e e ' X ne P e ' C ll rr .. - , - YlADE'MAlK O l' ' Y ne l5l ase.e. e 1 Cwaleshurg ' l -T Q B. ,. 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