Aledo High School - Astrum (Aledo, IL)

 - Class of 1940

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' l r wffpf if .Q Q 'X I iziyrv 4-V -ww W - W-ww-2-rw my-f-mm 'ww , . , . , , .U -15,5 1' Y T3Tf'2"'V 'A 3 "f"f'ig 'ig3v? k,UAL A J 1. 4 , nf W, . ,gm 5 A AL... A i, -M ix l ! M kj, f': . ,,l,,,:,! , ,gA.-'Q -, ,. A . M'g,'N'gfYu ' 'Q 'QL ,Y ' o -as if ' wi. -f Qi ' Jr' , , .fa nf" W ,A ,. X ,X,-A - ...,.z:31.gQ,i1. Lsfgagsz-, QL... -4441 4.1 L.L.g,u,.xx1 an K. -. ., L M. as .gg Lg.-. , 1L.g:..,4L,..14. A-we .L-,..aHg2A:'.u4'f -,MA .f .4 -511. .:p:+ Q .M 44.232 4 v 1 V , - ' - . 'fi-:ga we 3X:ai:rum fm: 1940 Publiybed by SENIOR CLASS OF ALEDO HIGH SCHOOL if iq q. ggi' 1 M FDD I j- '- .SILI LY Q wrcmscuqgi , W-V gfza Em? :bww J ,J 7-F11 - . A , , - ., ,142 L, ,p1,51. ' Eff ,Jw fi YYVVV V .M-i..M VOLUME XXI ALEDO, ILLINOIS 1940 fL511zhi1:a1i:in1'z tn Bnzwrh uf Ehlifiltillili XVhose personal interest in us has nourished the spark of genuine friendship. Whose unfailing sympathy and infinite patience have lent our hearts encouragement. We, the class of nineteen hundred and forty do bow and dedicate this volume. 5l:lZIJ5l2l1'll3l1Zff This year we have copied the Astrum after a Scottish Manor of the Middle Ages. A manor was an agricultural unit headed by a lord who had Work- ers to till the soil. But there were kings Who had many lords and Workers under their supervision. The workers were divided into two classes according to their privilegesg villens had more privileges than the serfs. Each manor was protected by honored men who were known as knights. At that time guilds were managing business. The board of education, faculty, the students and their activities have been placed under titles com- parable to people of the manor. The Astrum staff hopes each one of you will enjoy this book as much as they have while preparing it. Nfiing The kings of the school who have supervision over many lords-the board of education. BOARD OF EDUCATION Left to Right: Dr. Moore, George Hebel, Rev. Domeij, Dr. Robinson, Mrs. Vern Moberg, Mrs. C. E. Bjorkman, La Verne Morgan. urhz The People who have many labors to direct and plan for-the faculty. ' WF-" L. O. Flom, Superintendent E. H. Arford, Principal Advanced Mathematics Mathematics, Civics .gl -4-all l Mrs. Violet Morford R, C, M01-'gland S9'31'9ta1'y Commercial Jane Marsh Home Economics Helen McDowell R. M. Millikin, Coach English, Speech Geometry, Physical Education! I . D. F. Ohlsen Earl Lutz Music Agriculture K. D. Constant Manual Arts Q K gg GSM N, .,v- aa Q lyk ik? sk May Hartley Ruth Bjorkman History, Modern Problems English, Dramatics -Q Allen Weaver Junior High DQ? X, 1,-ffb qfg ,Q Q',y-0114 F 5 if E . J, ' Hazel Vanatta Dorothy Hoadley English, Journalism Physical Education 50a,J,.n F. E. Gleize Principal Junior High E Ruth Ketzle Glen Stancliff Latin, Economics, Sociology Chemistry, General Science Leonard Day Mary Burgess Custodian French, Junior High George A. Pratt Assistant Coach, Physics, Biology axhnrersa The villens had more privileges than the serfs Villens Serfs Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshmen Junior High 'i ,-, .,, 231 4 va 1 3' f 1 , f L 5 Ci Fa 51 5 L, z 4 fl . Q Ai f 1 1 J Q 31 fl iq , 'N N w ,4 T4 ' v V' ' uaw.xmg.':fmAf.uwa,mwzavmlgaia--QQUKQMLLLLQQ.:.igu1.:i.J,Q3sx:Q.1,man.A1m:m113.-u:1.:.,,1-fffg .1241--2.u,m.fLmz.m.ffmw :.1w,-xfss,,vrff:a1-,swxa-,nv-mfr' rw- W Nw sffzwc. 1 X 'vm-1Q',.4..,m v- yd k , - - fl H ff HAH." HAH! Qubby 5 f+L fff Q fi, fi MQW ,f,,, usT E- Juwsf Wa: If JACK FRASER Boys' Ballet Astrum Staff Contest Speaking Class Plays F. F. A. Intramural Sports Letterman Minstrel Show Players Guild Playcrafters Student Council A. V. C.. Class Officer MARGARET WILLITS Astrum Staff Class Plays Assembly Plays Prom Co-chairman Soloist State Winner Military Track Winner Discussion Club G. A. A. Girls Glee Club Mixed Glee Club Intramural Sports Masque and Wig Minstrel Show Spring Concert Orchestra Players Guild Radio Broadcast Sextette Student Council Student Staff Vespers EDWIN THORNTON Astrum Staff Contest Play Class Plays Discussion Club F. F. A. Intramural Sports Masque and Wig Minstrel Show Orchestral Operetta Players Guild Playcrafters Student Staff Class Officer Judging Team Prom Committee Seuiuasz MARY CATHERINE LE WIS Astrum Staff Speaking Contest Class Play G. A. A.. Girls Glee Club Mixed Glee Club Intramural Sports Radio Broadcast Minstrel Show Players Guild R. P. C. Student Staff Vespers Spring Concert EARL KISTLER Boys Ballet Class Play Boys Glee Club Mixed Glee Club Intramural Sports Letterman Minstrel Show Players Guild Student Council A. V. C. Class Officer BETTE WAKELAND Astrum Staff Class Plays Staff Specialty No. G. A.. A. Intramural Sports Minstrel Show Players Guild WQ9f'f" it PERRY ECKHARDT Glee Club Intramural Sports Minstrel Show JOHN HARBOUR Astrum Staff Boys Glee Club Mixed Glee Club Intramural Sports Letterman Minstrel Show Orchestra Operetta DOROTHY MCCREI Class Play Staff G. A. A.. Mixed Glee Club Girls Glee Club Intramural Sports Minstrel Show R. P. C. Q Q AVID LAWSON Astrum Staff Band Contest Speaking- Class Plays Dif:cuss'on Club F. F. A. Bays Glec Club Mixed Glee Club Intramural Sports A. V. C. Minstrel Show Orchestra Players Guild S. P. Q. R. Student Staff Football Track GHT Seuiurz IENA MARIE 'QNEWSXVANDER KENNETH BROWN Intramural Sports Minstrel Show GANNA MATKOVIC Matherville G. A. A. Intramural Sports R. P. C. Student Council CLIFFORD STEVENS F. F. A. Intramural Sports Minstrel Show JOAN ESSLEY Astrum Staff Contest Play Property Mgr Class Plays Cheer Leader Discussion Club G. A. A. Intramural Sports Minstrel Show Players Guild R. P. C. 1, Girls Glee Club Mixed Glce Club Spring Concert Radio Broadcast Astrum Staff Class Plays F. F. A. Intramural Sports Operctta Players Guild Student Council Vcspers Prom Committee Judging Teams DEAN ROBISON Joy Astrum Staff Band Intramural Sports Student Council FERN RIDDELL Hyde Park G. A. A. Intramural Sports Minstrel Show R. P. C. FRANK D. SEEFELD F. A. A. Track Intramural Spo1'ts 4 i ,.-1-Q iw ,MY .1 Z L. ,N g -K K 'xiii 535557: FW i my -A f ' ' , 5 A X ' A WW' 'fr - K "'l'JW .,. f , fx 3 its X W in U-Zz.. J! 9 A 9' .f U Mfw9wf!"VA , gr lfwm "WR Lili M ,M 4, M Q f f f4f y f 1-gy' 12,-f f WL- 2' Qty Q, . -, k k . g x n 'W ' "QQ ' , Aw.,-,!,, 41" 'f A Q mwkf, . , Msn 3 5 1'MiWYsf.sz4. as Us wwf' " ws 1. V ...fa -+s...,,r pw- -W 'Law- Q S f X Seniors C MARJORIE PETERSON WARD WARNOCK Astrum Staff Class Play Staff G. A. A. Girls Glee Club Mixed Glee Club Intramural Sports Minstrel Show Spring Concert Players Guild S. P. Q. R. Radio Broadcast Student Staff Vespers BLAINE KENDALL F. F. A. Intramural Sports Minstrel Show Variety Show I ERNA FRENCH Astrum Staff Shorthand Contest Speaking' Contest G. A. A. Girls Glee Club Mixed Glee Club Intramural Sports M'nstrel Show S. P. Q. R. Vespers Prom Committee MAURICE HO OD Intramural Sports Minstrel Show Astrum Staff Class Plays Glee Club, Boys Mixed Glee Club Minstrel Show Vespers Spring Concert Players Guild Playcrafters Student Staff Broadcasts TYRA RUGGLES Intramural Sports FRANK BOULTINGHOUSE Class Play F. F. A. Intramural Sports Letterman Minstrel Show Players Guild Boys Ballet A. V. C. Variety Show MYRTIS GREER Class Play Specialty No, G. A. A. Intramural Sports Minstrel Show R. P. C. 1 ORTALE ,, UGGLES Cont peaking Girls'6Glee Club Mixed Glee Glllb Intramural Sports LYLE TSCHAPPAT Astrum Staff Class Plays F. F. A. Players Guild Playcrafters BETTY BOGGUSS Astrum Staff Class Play Staff Discussion Club G. A .A. Girls Glee Club Mixed Glee Club Intramural Sports Minstrel Show Spring Concert Vespers Players Guild S. P. Q. R. Student Staff Radio Broadcast EVERETT MCCREIGHT Astrum Staff Class Plays Discussion Club Intramural Sports Letterman Minstrel Show Players Guild Football Track Class Officer ' h fdiif Mv- I -,f Mfg' -ai. . .,,,, waz, , :IQ 2. ., .,.. :,, fm, In ,fx -f .: A 1.-gf .,.....,..,.,., ,,-1,k1-:.,, l .., , :3 :.:g,,:,,,.., Q ,V fa ,, ' "' I .: 5 I:.g5g'Ejp::55,:gg:gf'-'1 ' Q 5 V ,, 1 5: E 1 , .,,. S 2 'Q ,g 1' Q if 7 if it 6 Wk , 2,53 K W Q. 45 ' 4 A 3 W5 Q E, W gs M A is 1'-fx K 2 da Q, S F V awww! Y 8 W ,K ,, 5' 135- 4 ' K ,K vagqx :ff A 5 , X 3 E., x M . M5 J ,ga - K . V , f Q 'gg 1 yi' f 'si 2 Q ,, 4 I 'QW' 'e if W,-W . V-1 vi Q, 1 w Seniors JOHN KIMBALL FRANCES SMITH F. F. A. Intramural Sports 2, 3 POSEMARY DUNCAN Class Play Staff Discussion Club Girls Glee Club Mixed Glee Club Minstrel Show R. P. C. Vespers Style Show QAM SLOAN Matherville Basketball Int1'amural Spoi ts Letterman I ORIS WITT Astrum Staff Contest- Plays Readings Class Plays G. A. A. Intramural Sports Masque and Wig Minstrel Show Orchestra Spring Concert Players Guild Playcrafters Sextette Vespers Radio Broadcast Astrum Staff Class Plays Assembly Play G. A. A. Glee Club, Girls Mixed Glee Club Intramural Sports Minstrel Show Players Guild Sextette Student Staff RICHARD ARMSTRONG Class Play Staff F. F. A. Minstrel Show Players Guild MILDRED TAYLOR J. Astrum Staff Band Class Plays Discussion Club G. A. A. Girls Glee Club Mixed Glee Club Intramural Sports Minstrel Show Orchestra Spring' Concert Players Guild Sextette S. P. Q. R. " Vespers Radio Broadcast C. MQCAW F. F. A. Intramural Sports CHARLES GUNNELL Speaking Contest 4 Class Play 4 F. F. A. 3 Boys Glee Club 2 Mixed Glee Club 2 Intramural Sports 2 Minstrel Show 1 Players Guild 4 HELEN BAER Astrum Staff 4 Assembly Plays 1 Contest Plays 4 Speaking Contest 1 Class Plays- Cast 4 Staff 3 Discussion Club 3 G. A. A. 1 Girls Glee Club 3 Mixed Glee Club 3 Intramural Sports 2 Masque and Wig 2 Minstrel Show, Chr. 1 Playcrafters 4 Players Guild 4 S. P. Q, R. 1 Student Staff 3 Debate Club 3 Spring Concert 3 Vespers 3 Prom Committee 3 DONALD PATTISON Astrum Staff 4 F. F, A. 1 Minstrel Show 1 Operetta 1 Class Play 2 Prom Committee 3 n'!1 fli' 'L PAULINE ANDRESS Astrum Staff ', 4 Class Plays 3 Discussion Club '2 G. A. A. 4 Girls Glee Club 2 Mixed Glee Club 2 Intramural Sports 1 Minstrel Show 1 Players Guild 4 R. P. C. 1 Radio Broadcast 4 Student Staff 4 Vespers 1, Prom Committe 3 7 9 1 V I ,3 ,4 ,4 ,34 ,34 3 2,4 gl . :. in , ,mv ,Q J' 2 3 5 W, .,. Q I .. .Vv. :jf Sreuinw MARTHA JEAN DAVIS FRED BROWN ROSE PATTISON Monmouth Boone, Iowa Class Plays G. A. A. Girls Glee Club Mixed Glee Club Intramural Sports Players Guild Sextette GEORGE SHEATS Astrum Staff Band Speaking p Assembly Play F. F. A. Boys Glee Club Mixed Glee Club Intramural Sports Minstrel Show S. P. Q. R. MARY LEE Astrum Staff Contest Play Staff Class Plays Staff Cheer Leader Discussion Club G. A. A. Girls Glee Club Spring Concert Radio Broadcast Intramural Sports Minstrel Show Players Guild Playcrafters R. P. C. GARLAND RUGGLES Astrum Staff Intramural Sports r 1 M Class Play Between Act Specialty F. F. A. Boys Glee Club Mixed Glee Club Intramural Sports Letterman Minstrel Show Orchestra Track Football AXINE WARNOCK Astrum Staff Speaking Contest Class Plays G. A. A. Girls Glee Club Mixed Glee Club Intramural Sports Minstrel Show Players Guild Sextette S. P. Q. R. Student Staff Prom Co-chairman Class Officer Vespers Spring Concert Radio Broadcast Speaking Contest Class Play Discussion Club Vespers Intramural Sports Minstrel Show R. P. C. Play Carnival Program ROBERT SPONSLER Class Play Staff Intramural Sports Letterman Minstrel Show DORIS WALTERS Intramural Sports Class Play Staff R. P. C. Latin Club MAYNARD MINTEER Class Play Staff F. F. A. Intramural Sports BETTY CURTIS KENNETH PATTERSON Matherviiie 1, 2, 3 Minstrel SHOW nf' .--'fr' -H, ,gym Q nf ' -. if Dv My -Q-2' -, 5. Wm F' Wa. . .V ,k , J L f .W F' 5, li 4 ,L 4 'fs' r gp 5 5 ,4 Q' f 3 4' 5 " . 4,1 ,3. Q' 1,1-A if . lguggg 1 3' I! X ff an-.. fa 2i..,1Q:,34'k"' 'R :sn ,C gary s as -s' Q 43 YW 'K A Vx, ,dal0" Nd -ww 77' w...,,4- -ff' -v A 3:2 zgi .,., l,g,,,,,,,r K: Y nv' ,lr if A. EW. -v-+ve. -'wr f Q x:'f"f""N - .vm . .1 . 1:13-i W ,fx fi HBR' FOUR YEAR HONOR ROLL Andress, H. Baer, K. Brown, B. Curtis, V. French, M, C. Lewis G. Matkovic, R. Pattison, M. Peterson, D. Robison, M. Taylor, E. Thornton, Mi. Warnock CLASS FLOWER Rose CLASS COLOR Old Rose and Royal Blue CLASS MOTTO , We will find a way, or make one. 'Oll- nw in 'vw- K A -.l Qflazff Elliflill YVe, the Senior Class of May, 1940, wish, because we feel that we are about to-breathe our last in this beloved high school, to leave the remnants of those th'nf3s which we hold most dear, to those who in their dire need can make the best use of them. Having passed the severe test as to our sound- ness of mind, memory, and understanding, we do make, pub- lish, and declare this our last will and testament, and do here- by will and bequeath the following items. To the class of 1941, we leave our dearly loved class ad- visors, Glen Stancliff, E. H. Arford, May Hartley and Hazel Vanatta, who will safely guide them thru the difficult chan- nels to success, as they have so faithfully guided us. To the class of 1942, we leave our much-sought-after seats in the gym, only hopfng that they will fill them with as much dignity as we have done. To the class of 1943, we do give and bequeath our dig- nity, our knowledge, and our predominance, hoping that with these accomplishments they may yet be able to show their true worth, which has so far lain quite dormant. Our knowledge of English, being so great, due to the conscientious effort of Miss Vanatta, we feel that to bestow it all upon one class would be impossible, so we do hereby order it to be divided among the succeedfng classes. To our successful glee clubs, we leave a microphone sys- tem so that their sweet chirpings may be heard by all the outside world. For the benefit of the student body at large, we leave the following "Don't." 1. Don't try to kid the Freshies, they really are too young to understand you. 2. Don't mistake Mr. Olsen for a studentg he really is over twenty-one. 3. Don't go to Miss Hartley's classes without your les- son, the inevitable always happens. 4. Don't neck in the hall, it makes Mr, Flom jealous. 5. Don't object to anything the Student Council does unless you don't agree with them. 6. Don't be flattered, girls, if Mr. Pratt sits with you in the study hall, he usually has a reason. Then to a few certain individuals: I, Jack Fraser, do will and bequeath my modest Personal- ity to Donald Vance, who needs a push in this world of ath- letics. I, Lena Marie Newswander, will my Monmouth High School class ring to Frances Hudscn. I, Evy McCreight, bequeath my auburn hair and freckles to Blaine Rooth. I, Frances Jean Smith, will my place in sextetteg my good nature, and perfect control of temper to Dora Reedy, I, Kenny Brown, do will and bequeath my "way with the women" to Merle Brown. I, Margaret Willits, bequeath my second soprano voice as well as my Chicago boy friend to Vivian Lou Nichols. I, David Lawson, do hereby will and bequeath my pig- and-girl trouble to Junior Anderson. I, Rose Pattison, bequeath my "night lifen to that little home-girl, Phyllis Witt. I, John Harbour, will my Marshalltown, Iowa, correspond- ent to Kenny Berg. I, Fred Brown, bequeath my tall manly figure and my white letter sweater to Bill Marston. I, Betty Wakeland, will my athletic ability to Dorothy Johnson. I, J. C. McCaw, will my long, dark, curly eye lashes to Frank Bedford. I, Betty Curtis, bequeath my Matherville man to Eula McPhe1'ren. I, Kenneth Patterson, will my sweet little brother to Bob Brokaw whom we hear is sadly in need of one. I, Donald Pattison, will secretly give out the lowdown on how I always manage to get the car and "get around" to Bobby Bjorkman any time Bobby wishes to come around. I, Fern Riddell, do hereby will and bequeath my job at the College Inn and the boy friend that goes with it to Emma Lou Eastman. I, Robert Sponsler, give my driving ability, drivers license, and car to Darwin Jackson. I, Blaine Kendall, will my hogs and sweet little sister, who is a great help-at times, to Ivyl Anderson. I, Martha Jean Davis, bequeath my hair and friendly attitude to Maryln Johnson, I, Edwin Thornton, will my Dolly to Bob Fraser so he can go steady. I, Frank Boultfnghouse, do willingly bestow my ability to get along with five girls of a certain clique to Lee Gray. I, Annie Peterson, do hereby will and bequeath my jitter- bug dancing feet to Doris McCaw. We, the Ruggles girls, will our musical ability to Everett Parkinson and Marvin Benson. I, Pauline Andress, will my knowledge of American his- tory and Modern Problems to Tom Bonynge in case he has to take history next year. I, Maxine Warnock, will "my Hammie" to Mary Lawson, in hopes that she wfll leave other people's boy friends alone. I, Chares Gunnell, bequeath my tall stories about my neighborhood to Benjamin Burrows, providing he takes So- ciology. I, .Ioan Essley, do hereby will and bequeath my baby talk and cute little ways to Ruth Hofer. I, Earl Kistler, do hereby will and bequeath my shy, bash- ful, actions around the girls to Elmer Sedig, I, Doris Witt, bequeath my ability to get along with the teachers, especially the third floor teachers, to Billye Hamp- ton. I, Maynard Minteer, will my colorful combinations in clothes to Jimmy Kimball. I, Myrtis Greer, bequeath my guitar and my cowgirl out- fit to Ella Mae Boyles wishing her the best of success.. I, Dean Robison, wfll my ability to collect the names, addresses, telephone numbers, ages, and what-have-you of all the waitresses I come in contact with while on a trip to Louis Lloyd. i I, Mary Catherine Lewis, do hereby will and bequeath my interesting letters from males to Mary Helen Rose. I, Frank Seefeld, bequeath my interest in the Perryton Softball diamond to Bill Butcher. I, Dorothy MCC1-eight, will my little Freddie to Jean Tucker in case she ever decides to settle down and get a man. I, Verna French, will my scholastic ability to Bob Rose so he won't have to burn the midnight oil with his studies or worry the teachers to death. . I, George Sheats, will my perfect set of training rules, fno smoking, no drinking, and no running around with wild women, to Coach Millikin in hopes he will make the boys toe the mark next year, I, Sam Sloan, will my ability to keep sober in Matherville to Jim McFarland. I, Mildred Taylor, bequeath my sudden interest in the Angus cattle business to Jo Thompson. I, Betty Bogguss, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to get along with Miss Vanatta this last year for the first two periods every day to Mary Eastman. I, Gonna Matkovic, will my place in the Student Council to Patsy Blazer who we understand is bound to make it Qquoting the great K'rmaD. I, Maurice Hood, do hereby will my Reynolds corre- spondent or likewise known as Eula Jean Boyles to Dick Brown. I, Mary Lee, will my former Aledo basketball star to anyone who has a car to go to Monmouth to see him.. I, Ward Warnock, will my cooking and baking ability to Maribelle Boultinghouse. I, John Kimball, bequeath my ability to keep my private life private to Alice Mae Lewis. I, Helen Baer, bestow my ability to argue and bluff to Richard Taylor knowing he will make good use of it. We, Clifford Stevens, Lyle Tschappat, Garland Ruggles, Richard Armstrong, and Perry Eckhardt do willingly render our services as escorts for the South End Gang so that the girls will have one man apiece and one .to fight over. And finally, to our worthy principal Mr. Arford, the Senior Class bequeaths its caresiand responsibilities, feel- ing that he, better than any other, will be able to bear these additional burdens to his already enormous store, with less annoyance to his busy person. . We, scribes of this illustrious class will, having given away our class' choicest possessions, take what is left of our gray matter and hasten our departing steps. IN WITNESS WHEREOF: We hereby set our hand and seal this twenty-first day of May in the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and forty. fSignedJ CLASS OF MAY, 1940 YVitnesses: Pinocchio The Woodpecker The Grasshopper Donald Duck Horace Horsecollar Qflafrsf isnplpzizg May 20, 1960 young man who'll come to like Lena as Margaret and I do. My dear Helen, As I was sitting here bes'de the television set thinking of you, a few m'nutes ago, my little Kathryn climbed on my lap and nestled her bright little head on my shoulder. She is such a dear child, and has taken so enthusiastically to the attentions of Kenneth, Jr., that I sometimes wonder if, at her tender age of five, she has fallen in love. How little Kenneth Brown, Jr., has grown since you enjoyed the oppor- tunity of seeing him. He is looking more like his father every day, and has even inherited the tendency to be slightly on the pTumpish side. He is a good child, for Mary has taught him to play with an attitude of sharing with his play- mates. Who would ever have believed that Mary Lewis would finally abandon her career as a Home Bureau advisor, and as she says, 'iStop giving advice, and apply some of it." She has certainly accomplished a beautiful job of home making. Kenneth's job of District Farm Advisor keeps him away from home a great deal of the time, so lVIary occupies her spare time by entertaining some of the old classmates in her bridge club. Betty Bogguss Kendall is a varitable golf widow since Blaine became a golf enthusiast after being ordered by the doctor to get out into the air and exercise while he wasn't in the courtroom. His health was damaged a great deal in college when he worked after school and then burned the midnight oil until all hours of the night. Betty's twins, Elizabeth and Grover, and her adopted child, Archer, are ten this year. My, time goes around so quickly. You should see Arthur now. Lena gets him off to school on time every morning, which is really an athletic feat, as he takes so much after Margaret, his mother. Lena makes a good combination secretary-right-hand-woman, She is so good-natured. I'm almost afraid to get that governorship, for that would make us hire a chauffeur, or a valet, or some Who would ever have thought that I should win the fair hand of Margaret Willits? Of course, when she is working, she still goes under her maiden name because she made her reputation under that name and is afraid that if she uses my narne, people wonit recognize her. She and Maxine are in New York now, and Lena has all the responsibility of the home. I just hate to leave her with all the worry, but I guess I must help Doris through her pre-nuptial par- ties. Dorfs says that she has been a career woman for so long that she must have someone who is experienced in these things. As I have been married five times now, I con- sider myself an expert. She regrets having waited so long to marry George. I do not blame the dear girl for regret- ting, for George has set himself up in a splendid doctor's practice and I understand, has made a great deal of money from his profession. Doris has enjoyed her radio work and her mother and father Witt encourage her to continue it in a program in which her sister stars as a comedian and she plays as the dramatic star. Mr. and Mrs. Sheats have retired from their farm and are living in town now. Mrs. Sheats, who has always been interested in dramatic work, urges Dcris to continue. George has left the decision up to her, and has raised no objection as he feels it would be a good spare time life saver. Oh, did I tell you? John Harbour has finally gotten through medical school and gone into part- nership with George, which lifts some of the responsibility from Georges' shoulders. John has been writing to Myrtis Greer, who is a full-time star on the WLS Barn Dance Show. She is living in Chi- cago and broadcasting from the main station there.. I un- derstand she is wearing John's diamond, but of course that is only bridge club rumor, and as our old friend, Miss Hart- ley, always said, "Don't believe statements unless you know they are based on facts." I Mary's bridge party was very successful the other day, and I was glad to be here for it. Betty Curtis Sloan, Mary Lee Boultinghouse, Betty Wakeland Hood, Frances Smith, Verna Lawson, Pauline Andress Gunnell, Mrs. Fred Brown, nee Dorothy McCrefght, Ganna Fraser, Fern Riddell Spons- ler, Marjorie Robison, and Rose Pattison Kimball were all present and dragged their present husbands along. Betty and Sam Sloan are so happy. They are living on a huge farm not far from here. They have three of the sweetest children, all girls. One ten, another eight, and the other five. Sam inherited a great deal of money a few years ago and he is using some of that capital in his experimental farming work. I understand that he is worth a great deal of money, and indications are that this is true. Their home is a real mansion with all the latest "non-electricl' gadgets. Bib and Frank were married just ten years ago yesterday. Frank is sheriff of Mercer County and has a remarkable record for the swift solution of crimes. He, Earl Kistler, and Jack Fraser, his deputies, are kept busy both night and day these times, what with the coming election, and Ganna and Bib are quite lonesome, mainly in the evening, for their children are getting to the point that they enjoy going to the Boy Scout meeting and also the Campfire Girls. John and Rose Kimball run an exclusive dairy farm two miles east of Aledo, and Helen, if you could only see their fine cattle! Marjorie and Dean Robison are two lovely people. ll.Iarjorie used to be a Peterson, you know. She fits in beautifully with Dean's sense of humor. Dean 'is county recorder, and is one of the leaders of the Republican party in Mercer County. I haVen't seen their little girl, Marjorie, who is seven, but I hear that she is quite lively and full of fun like her father, and just as sweet as her mother. Mar- jor'e worked as Dean's deputy recorder for some time before their marriage in 1952, so they understand each other's whims and fancies. You remember Fern Riddell, of course. She was always so well dressed and immaculate looking. Well, she is now Mrs. Robert Sponsler. They make a strik- ing pair, and I am so glad for both of them in their happi- ness. The Fred Browns and the Charles Gunnells live on farms near here. Pauline Andress Gunnell is still a tireless worker. She has launched a dude farm and is making it psy well. She is happy in her work as she and her old fr'ond, Betty Wakeland Hood, are working together. Betty and Pauline together think up the most original ideas for their farm, and are attracting guests from the Chicago area. They usually can contact them through the military sohool. The two husbands manage the riding lessons and the stables. Their guests are given an opportunity of going into the fields and working when the grain is harvested and everything. It pays to have novel ideas. The men also have to manage all the men who are the manual laborers and they have undertaken quite a task, but they are proud and happy in their work and what more can one ask. Mrs. Fred Brown, nee Dorothy McCreight, loves her farm home and her six children as well as she adores the ground Fred walks on. The beautiful result of this is a perfect home. David Lawson has g'ven up his efforts to be a farmer and is now making a most competent mayor of Aledo. Verna Lawson plays her role as the mayors' wife in a very gracious manner, and bears the brunt of David's jokes with a loving smile and a warm heart. Dave is still as popular as ever, and has continued the good record with his three boys. They are always going hiking, camping, or fishing together, and Verna goes right along with them. Frances Smith, Vern's old buddy is as gay as ever and happy in her school teacher's role. She 'vows she will never marry, but we laugh at her and the girls continue trying to find her a man. Martha Jean Davis is in California working as a woman director. She makes a marvelous director because she has such a winning way with people. I have read in the movie magaz'nes that she is seen at different places with Donald Ohlsen, who is playing character bits as an old man in the movies, but their friendship is only rumor. Joan Essley is in Holywood, living with Martha Jean, and teaching the younger movie set their A.B.C.'s along wth Physical Edu- cation courses which she holds for office-tired movie execu- tives and screen-tired movie stars. The girls at the bridge club were telling me that both- Oralee and Tyra Ruggles are doing social work among the tenant farmers of the South. The girls are real workers and have such pleasing personalities that I know they must be dofng a fine piece of work. V Mildred Taylor McCreight, Maxine VVarnock fwho is rest- ing between matrimonial ventures at presentb, and my own dear wife, Margaret Thornton walked in just as I finished wrfting the last sentence. The two girls, Margaret and Max were anxious to hear about you and my coming election as they have been in New York collaborating on popular songs for a musical comedy to be staged there soon, and knew little about your work until Everette mentioned it last night at the dinner table. Everette is quite interesting lately, because he is taking a great interest in boy scouts and can tell you how to start a fire with a couple of damp leaves or, if necessary, a kitchen match. He is still as fine and clean cut as ever, and he and Mildred are very comfortable in their new bungalow. Their oldest daughter starts to high school next fall and Mildred says that the little girl is thrilled over the fact. Her other daughters, Joan and Jean, are in the fifth grade. They are in the same grade because Joan Hunked one year. She certainly takes after her mother. Everette is working at the light company now. Did I tell you? He was promoted to manager a year ago when Earl Kistler transferred to another town where he is sectional manager. I understand that his five children were quite sad when they had to leave. They all love grandfather Blazer so much. Mildred was telling me that all of the boys down at the light company are bachelors, and they have great fun enter- ta'ning her three children, J. C. McCaw, Maynard Minteer, Donald Pattison, Kenneth Patterson, Clifford Stevens, Frank Seefeld, and Richard Armstrong, are all on the force down there. J. C. M':Caw has quite an interest in Garland Ruggles' stock breeding farm, but Garland does most of the manual labor while J. C. comes into town every day to work. Those two claim that they wouldn't get married for anything now because t'1ev'd miss each other too much. They are just regular old bachelors at heart, Lyle Tschappat and Perry Eckhardt both used to work at the light company, but when Ward Warnock came to town with his play, he pleaded with the boys to go with him as electrician for the show. Ward's humor is winning him a great deal of fame, and someday, Helen, I expect we will be see'ng him play on Broadway. He has been getting some real "breaks" fas he calls theml. Last week he fin- ished his run at the Selwyn Theatre in Chicago. Remem- ber when we saw John Barrymore there? Let me see, you were my third wife, weren't you? I lose track every once in awhile. Oh, Helen, the telephone just rang. It was Doris asking me to meet her down town, I must go and dress now. I will be down to see you and your family as soon as possible. Give them all my regard. Your former husband, Edwin Thornton Qlrc.-az: fllgiainrg The class of 1940 always seemed to do the unexpected. As soon as they landed in high school, the school was more spicy, almost as if some pepper had been sprinkled in the Student Body. Although the class was not net officially organized, they decided to have a minstrel Show. It was a huge success and with the proceeds they bought books for the school library. It was then that the boys' ballet was started, Also, that freshman year Doris Witt made a name for herself in speech contests. Maxine War- nock won the G. A. A. Amateur Contest that year. Their sophomore year was rather uneventful. Later events seem to indicate that they were just taking a breath'ng spell before they started on the flurry of their Junior and Senior years. Once again Doris entered the speech contests and once again she did very well, The class also gave an assembly program that year, but on the whole, it was a rather quiet year. When the school doors opened in the fall of 1938, the class of 1940 entered its Junior year. That fall the class was organized officially for the first time. Once again, Maxine Warnock won the G. A. A. Amateur Contest. Early in the January of 1939 they gave a Variety Show. It had several acts in it and it was at that show that Ward Warnock made his acting ability known. He was the matador in the presenta- tion of "Ferdinand, the Bull." The boys' ballet also performed again that year in the Variety Show. For the first time in its history, the class of 1940 gave a three-act play, "The Whole Town's Talking." Ward Warnock carried on the reputation that he had made earlier in the year. A few days after the class play, the Juniors gave a "prom" for the Senior Class of 1939. It was the most elaborate f'prom" ever given in the gym. They stretched a star-spangled sky across the gym, placed ten foot Hawaiian scenes around the gym, and used silver paper to complete the color scheme of blue and silver. That year Doris Witt again represented the school in serious readings at contests, It was that year that the voice of Margaret Willits was noticed. She represented the school in girls' voice and nelped us win the Military Tract cup. The girls' sextette was organized that year under the direction of Mr. Ohlsen and three of its members were from the class of 1940. 1939 made history in the football annals of Aledo High School because our football team had an undefeated season. Several Juniors were on the team and many were on the squad. In their Senior year, another three-act play was given, HNew Brooms." Once again, Ward made his part outstanding. It was that year that the Student Council was organized, largely through the efforts of the Senior Class and the united support of the student body. When the contests started in the spring of 1940, the Senior Class sent as repre- sentatives of the school, Doris Witt, Verna French, and Charles Gunnell in speech and Margaret Willits in music. Margaret went to the national music contest and so did the girls' sextette which had five senior girls in it. Verna French and Kenneth Brown were named as the valedictorian and saluta- torian of the class, as they had the highest scholastic standing for the four years of high school, Altogether, the class of 1940 made its mark in the Aledo High School, and will not be soon forgotten. an' L :Q I . ' Marena Johnson Elmer Kuehl Rachel Beachler Betty Bailey Robert Anderson , ,. f' 5 k Q .fp ig f 1, t v 1 1, ug lah' l 1.-M ' '37 '- N'. v "'f"" - 3 Q' ,l ,1 4 I fi' 'fl liffhgul we A, 4 "v,4, vw Q +"' uw s K, 1,5 n :1:5'1' ' w' ,A 'M f2,jg.,Q. fs Q..-Wi, JUNIORS Donald Rose Lee Gray Alice Mae Lewis Helen Tschappat Donovan Hutchins Evora Howlett Lauren Whitney Frances Hudson Richard Brown Dorothy Weeks Dortha Ruggles Richard Bigham Marvin Benson Leroy Whitman Jim McFarland i tw? X 'fu Q V--vw-veal L. ,Es N HIFI 5 Nfl i f .l il Q 1. HX it f 2 Q. L it JUNIORS EVe1'ett Parkinsgn Julia Mary Ellen Donald Enslow Mary Catherine Castor Dora Reedy Evart Gustafson Peggy Abercrombie Junior Anderson Betty Clapp La Verne Riddell Darlene Minteer Viglet Vance Donald Vance Aubrey Berglund my -et -M' f "2-!"p+ 'W Fr, Y HV . ff : , ge 5 't" W 3 5- f ,Emma Lou Eastman Freddie Hemphill Betty Clauson William Freutel Vivian Lou Nichols , .. 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Ugg m mi-l 1 cl ,Ogg Yr . . a..ne oz Ld ,mfZ?S,26r? 40 Q. ,500 gn Q A .151 I X 4 bb foe bk" iq t fr1r+'Z- 0f.fnwQ0j? 096322 45 6 0 v m 1 L 'O - ff N iff? '42 ffafkel fa 00,3 G CD 1 po b A wh lf' . , ., ,EQ ,Dye AQQ0 . Q fb ,O 0662. an Q A 052, Q, X- A ' G Q QS? CZJQQX 54' Q w- : O ys Q, , L, Q gCjoo6QQl0Cf6 8Qfgfg'96f-Q!" ,pf dy U B I QCA.- oh, 4-,T I N 4 3Qn?40.v 6?0f? gp! ,pl A X290 Java -l . 26 lllllllllll f ' gg 6 Sf l'-Q we : S f V - .Q 'L f 4. 0 4' ' Ayes' Q Y QR' Q-Q. all E SDL cf Q Q .ssr F.. l V Q n ffii- Q if 9,19 .Q :Q mil- 2 ' Aledo High School 5""""'sf0H mdk Q26 vfoafgxb e A -ffl.-. V' 1 - nd Ito be hf- 09 .S 1, l ws, l. . 1 EnJ0Y Program a l I 'T 9,9 0994500.99 AN - . Efillllkin fzttondcd the f 4 Dinner Tuesday xctc U1 hm 1 4 lf: ickx ffl' scrrli-fielzlls and finals , .... E it H0011 GHC ,M-on 15 l le. FOOTBALL SQUAD Front Row: R. Brown, E. Schrader, E. Engwall, R. Boultinghouse, D. Hutchins, K. Smith, D. Stoltz, E. Crawford, M. Lloyd, R. Fraser, R. Thompson, R. Kelly. Second Row: R. Rose, M. Benson, L. Riddell, M. Brown, J. Anderson, A. Berglund, D. Lawson, D. Hutchins, E. McCreight. Third Row: Coach Millikin, E. Kistler, R. Ricketts, F. Kniss, J. Harbour, J. Guthrie, W. Greer, J. McFarland, R. Sponsler, W. Ruse. Fourth Row: G. Tracy, B. Fraser, E. Parkinson, E. Sedig, F. Brown, F. Boultinghouse, D. Vance, J. Fraser, G. S'heats, Assistant Coach Pratt. FOOTBALL TEAM Front Row: D. Hutchins, E. McCreight, M. Benson, D. Vance, W. Greer, J. McFarland, R. Rose. Back Row: F. Kniss, M. Brown, J. Fraser, F. Boultinghouse. V We won the Little Six Conference , A , H championship, placing men on the all con- , ""' -p ference team and some received honorable ...,, ,.. .. ... . ... -"" " '- . Z ' ff:3'fffbE2 .127 'I i' mention. Furthermore Jack Fraser was ,, ' .,,., 1,-Q ....,.. Selected OH the all-State Squad- HOWGVQ1' V IDVAIA f",A W rerer - we were forced to forfeit our championship V , . K .,,, . .. . and other games due to unpleasant circum- Q 'Ag .W stances that arose over which we had no R COHUOI- 1 ' I ' , ' ., A Q. '-. afif Q bi " I Q, ' '- ,k,.JgjL:? ' September 15-Score: Aledo 20, Monmouth 13. 2h2: : up aw 5 xp x 1552? Iqi' i Semptember 22-Score: Aledo 6, East Moline 14 I .,',- f -' .f-. -'- 3 -,':,, if ':f'-' September 29-Score: Aledo 195 Knoxville 14. fag ...Z ..,. F U ,,,. , , , , ..,,..,.... .W-. gg . if , In .,, October 12-Score: Aledo 263 Alexis 6. .f,. Q ie' A .-'. . ,1jfij'j,g A - October 20-Score: Aledo 26g Avon 14. 2 ','-V' i 1- . ' 1f,q'jlif'5 October 27-Score: Aledo 7, Roseville 6. -V it' 'ii' , eff November 1-Score: Aledo 19, Wethersfield 19. 4 iii no in November 10-Score: Aledo 34 3 Biggsville 0. BASKETBALL TEAM Front Row: D. Mader, R. Bigham, D. Rose, F. Boultinghouse, F Kniss J Guthi 16 Middle Row: B. Kendall, R. Brokaw, D. Vance, L. Riddell, J. Fraser Back Row: E. Parkinson, S. Sloan, R. Rose, E. Sedig. BASKETBALL GAMES Aledo Opponents 19 34 33 17 58 28 28 30 19 25 40 27 35 25 17 19 34 27 31 36 31 15 34 32 44 21 47 30 32 19 Tournament won 29 27 21 45 34 40 49 38 22 24 40 44 34 14 Dec. 1-Rock Island Dec. 2-Seatoni' Dec. 5-Reynolds' Dec. 8-Alexis Dec. 9-Joy Dec 12-Keithsburg' Dec 15-Viola Dec. 22-Roseville' Dec. 27-Gibson City Dec. 28-Normal Jan. 5-Avon' Jan. 6-Monmouth Jan. 12-Alexis' Jan. 13-Reynolds Jan. 19--Viola" Jan. 25, 26, 27-County from Keithsburg. Feb. 2-Sherrardi' Feb. 6-Knoxville Feb 9-Avon Feb. 13-Keithsburg Feb. 16-Roseville Feb. 20--Knoxville' Feb. 23-Alpha Feb. 29, Mar. 1, 2, 3- Regional Tournament Won from Biggsville. Mar. 7-10-Sectional game from Monmouthg lost to Rock Island 'Games played at home. Tournament, won a Aledo for the first time in the history of the high school won the regional basketball tournament. Winning this sent us to the sectional played at the Molme Field House The boys won their first game from Monmouth, a very exciting game that wont be forgotten. We lost the final game of the season to Rock Island. TRACK TEAM Front Row: Robert Boultinghouse, Kenneth Smith, Kenneth Taylor, Rad Fraser, Robert Winger, Dean Morgan, Philip Willem, Junior Anderson, Aubrey Berglund, Marvin Johnson, Mr. Millikin. Middle Row: Lavern Dahl, Donald Rose, Lawrence Tracy, Frank Boultinghouse, Earl Kistler, Robert Thompson, Robert Rose, Darrah Brown, David Lawson, Marvin Benson. Back Row: Richard Brown, Walter Ruse, Ward Greer, Fred Brown, Jack Fraser, Everett Parkinson, Robert Fraser, Richard Bigham, Elmer Sedig, Glen Tracy. '5 Hflflc,n,',,,.tM Szaolig, 5 S 5 fVlILL..!k1Nf X Qui ,Wg I w Jhzwi 1 . I f, f . A V , My t .,r.., , ,W , 0 F f ' -' 'iff WW' "' ' il" ' 'WW 'W awww M ' f' R .Iv . ga O as viz., F'nrrAsr.cr,m as or A VV M MMQS4-as 4, ,Aj ,mf It i 2. la' M W Si' V1 goof 4 I A. V. C. Front Row: Donald Rose, Robert Ricketts, Marvin Benson, Donovan Hutchins, Donald Vance, Richard Bigham, Everett McCreight, David Lawson, Junior Anderson, Philip Willem, Robert Anderson, Delos Mader. A Middle Row: Robert Boultinghouse, Kenneth Smith, Glenn Tracy, Richard Brown, Frank Boultinghouse, John Harbour, Jack Guthrie, Rad Fraser, Merle Brown, James McFarland, Lawrence Tracy, Aubrey Berglund, Earl Engwall. Back Row: Robert Kelley, Elmer Sedig, Sam Sloan, Ward Greer, Earl Kistler, Jack Fraser, Everett Parkinson, Fred Brown, Robert Fraser, Robert Rose, Robert Thomp- son, Donald Stoltz, Darrell Hutchins. 'il G. A. A. OFFICERS AND CAPTAINS Front Row: Joan Essley, Vada Treloar, Margaret Willits, Mary Lawson, Irene Brown, Mary Lee, Maribelle Boultinghouse, Miss Hoadley. Back Row: Betty Bogguss, Marjorie Thompson, Margie Bjorkman, Patsy Blazer, Nancilee Johnson, Mabel Johnson, Dorothy Greer, Rose Marie Essley. A G. A. A. 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Y an og the Yea ,. - va - west orluck batuzmay. held Avril U and 9' 41,315 nXdeY....1re, but is risunz GIRLS C-LEE. CLUB Front Row: Doris McCaw, Alice Mae Lewis, Martha Jean Davis, Joan Essley, Betty Clauson, Doris Witt, Betty Bogguss, Marena Johnson, Marjorie Peterson, Verna French, Mr. Ohlsen. Middle Row: Frances Smith, Dora Reedy, Betty Ramsden, Marjorie Thompson, Margie Bjorkman, Margaret Willits, Phyllis Witt, Jean Glancey, Phyllis Perrin, Eugenia Mannon, Helen Baer. Back Row: Peggy Abercrombie, Pauline Andress, Mary Ellen Willem, Mary Parkinson, Emma Lou Eastman, Orta Lee Ruggles, Mary Lawson, Betty Bailey, Mildred Taylor. BOYS' GLEE CLUB Front Row: Mr. Ohlsen, Emma Lou Eastman, Thomas Bonynge, Ward Warnock, Robert Bjorkman, Glen Tracy, Kenneth Smith, Ivyl Anderson, Richard Sharp. Back Row: Robert Brokaw, Donald Rose, Junior Anderson, Darrell Hutchins, Fred Brown, Forrest Baldwin, George Sheats, Donovan Hutchins, James Kimball, Robert Fraser. SOLOISTS Front Row: Emma Lou Eastman, Margaret Willits, Doris Witt, Mr. Ohlsen. Back Row: Ivyl Anderson, Forrest Baldwin. SEXTETTE Left to Right: Martha Jean Davis Margaret Willits, Doris Witt, Mil- dred Taylor, Peggy Abercrombie Frances Smith, Mr. Ohlsen. MIXED CHORUS Front Row: Pauline Andress, Doris McCaw, Martha Jean Davis, Joan Essley, Betty Bogguss, Marjorie Peterson, Verna French, Mary Lawson, Helen Baer, Eugenia Mannon, Phyllis Perrin. Second Row: Emma Lou Eastman, Frances Smith, Dora Reedy, Peggy Abercrombie, Marjorie Thompson, Margaret Willits, Marena Johnson, Doris Witt, Phyllis Witt. Mildred Taylor, Orta Lee Ruggles. Third Row: Robert Brokaw, Thomas Bonygne, Ward Warnock, Donovan Hutchins, Glen Tracy, Kenneth Smith, Ivyl Anderson, Mr. Ohlsen, Richard Sharp. Back Row: Donald Rose, Junior Anderson, Earl Hutchins, Fred Brown, Forrest Baldwin, George Sheats, Robert Bjorkman, James Kimball, Robert Fraser. SPEECH CONTESTANTS Front Row: Mary Catherine Lewis, Verna French, Marena Johnson, Pauline Andress, Marjorie Thompson, Miss McDowell. Middle Row: Phyllis Witt, Margie Bjorkman, Mary Lawson, Patsy Blazer, Doris Witt, Rose Pattison, Orta Lee Ruggles, Vada Treloar. Back Row: Junior Anderson, George Sheats, Jack Fraser, Forrest Baldwin, Glen Tracy, Charles Gunnell. PLAY CRAFTERS Front Row: Miss Bjorkman, Doris Witt, Mary Lee. Back Row: Lyle Tschappat, Jack Fra- ser, Edwin Thornton, Ward War- nock, Absent: Helen Baer. PLAYERS GUILD Front Row: Marjorie Peterson, Joan Essley, Mary Lee, Frances Smith, Martha Jean Davis, Mary Catherine Lewis, Margaret Willits, Miss Bjorkman. Middle Row: Dorwin Jackson, Helen Baer, Marjorie Thompson, Betty Bogguss, Betty Wakeland, Vivian Lou Nichols, Pauline Andress, Doris Witt, Mildred Taylor, Ward War- nock Back Row: Everett McCreight, Rich- ard Armstrong, Kenneth Brown, Edwin Thornton, Earl Kistler, Jack Fraser, F01'rest Baldwin, Frank Boultinghouse, Lyle Tschappat, David Lawson, Charles Gunnell. M. mx JUNIOR CLASS PLAY "THE WHOLE TOWN'S TALKING" Left to Right: Everett McCreight, Mary Catherine Lewis, Joan Essley, David Lawson, Frances Smith, Ward Warnock, Margaret Willits, Edwin Thornton, Doris Witt, Jack Fraser, Maxine Warnock, Pauline Andress, Elaine Groppe. SENIOR PLAY "NEW BROOMS" Sitting: Pauline Andress, Doris Witt, Mildred Taylor, Helen Baer. Standing: Frank Boultinghouse, Kenneth Brown, Charles Gunnell, Jack Fraser, Martha Jean Davis, Ward Warnock, Earl Kistler, Edwin Thornton, Everett McCreight. STUDENT STAFF Front Row: Helen Baer, Margaret Willits, Betty Bogguss, Marjorie Peterson, Mary Helen Rose, Mary Catherine Lewis, Miss Vanata. Back Row: L. B. Finch, Pauline Andress, Betty Bailey, Ruth Hofer, Jean Tucker, Phyllis Witt, Vada Treloar, Frances Smith, Ward Warnock. ASTRUM STAFF Front Row, Left to Right: Mr. Stancliff, Marjorie Peterson, Joan Essley, Mary Lee, Helen Baer, Verna French, Mary Lewis, Margaret Willits. Middle Row, Left to Right: Everett McCreight, Betty Bogguss, Pauline Andress, Betty Wakeland, Mildred Taylor, Doris Witt, Frances Smith, Donald Pattison. Back Row, Left to Right: Lyle Tschappat, Earl Kistler, Jack Fraser, George Sheats, Garland Ruggles, Edwin Thornton, Kenneth Brown, John Harbour, David Lawson. :ga-X' E a'-W: 3.3 3 HELP 31... . fat J. 4 as yi!!- an-M rf f' " ax .rr-'3 -, .mQfT?:'7 4 1 5:4 fgmlhz Durmg the M1ddle Ages the- Gu1lds Directed busl- ness. In Aledo Hlgh School, the Student Councll and several clubs' do some of thati Q STUDENT COUNCIL Front Row: Mr. Arford, Alice Mae Lewis, Phyllis Witt, Betty Bailey, Ganna Matkovic Margaret Willits, Shirley Wagoner. Middle Row: Blaine Rooth, Kenneth Smith, Dean Robison, Richard Gray, Junior Ander- son, Lorena Riddell. Back Row: Kenneth Brown, Robert Bjorkman, Jack Fraser, Earl Kistler, Glen Tracy Eugene Gray. JUNIOR AND SENIOR F. F. A. Front Row: Mr. Lutz, Bill Marston, Charles Gunnell, Donald Pattison, Robert Brokaw, Evart Gustafson, Richard Brown, Frank Hines, Ben Burrows, David Lawson, Blaine Kendall. Middle Row: Thomas Bonygne, Merle Brown, Lyle Tschappat, Lauren Whitney, Clifford Stevens, Louis Lloyd, John Harbour, Kenneth Brown, James McFarland, Donovan Hutchins, Freddie Hemphill. Back Row: Edwin Thornton, Lee Gray, Robert Fraser, Harold Brokaw, Everett Park- inson, Jack Fraser, Fred Brown, George Sheats, John Kimball, Glen Tracy. FRESHMEN, SOPHOMORE. F. F. A. Front Row: Mr. Lutz, Robert Gustafson, Merle Castle, Harry Grimm, Blaine Rooth, Darrell Hutchins, Richard Brokaw. ' Middle Row: Stephen Pattison, Nelson Morris, John Fisher, Richard Gray, Dean Morgan, Rex Armstrong, Marvin Johnson. Back Row: Louis Lloyd, Robert Ricketts, Frank Bedford, Robert Thompson, Darrah Brown, Eugene Gray, Rad Fraser. ' ! LATIN CLUB Front Row: Miss Ketzel, Loraine Benson, Martha McCreight, Georgia Morey, Eugenia Mannon, Mary Eastman, Dorothy Greer, Mabel Johnson, Rose Marie Essley, Beverly Sherrard, Mary Helen Rose. Middle Row: Bill Butcher, Kathleen Schmidt, Betty Ramsden, Ellamae Boyles, Jean Tucker, Arlene Parkinson, Martha Kitchen, Betty Bailey, Cleo Carver, Mary Cather- ine Castor, Sam Johnston. Back Row: Ann Parkinson, Lorena Riddell, Warren Danford, L. B. Finch, George Sheats, Elliott Schrader, Robert Bjorkman, Kenneth Smith, Robert Boultinghouse, Margie Wakeland, Maxine Sproston. 1 KY. ""'u.-H ' W R. P. C. 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