Allendale High School - Memoirs Yearbook (Allendale, IL)

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I ifiegyua f' 'w 5 ' V -g .--2. , . , .. y , '- xv.-1 1 ' Q' K f-VH .4 .fy 'FW VI' - , eV Ai '--5 . r , A- 5.1- , .3 .ffwi ,yy- , , i aff 4 ' .-5--x X '!- 3 , .Ugg ff- ,mud ,,,. r 'I x A ,L- TL?- " ' 4+ "' 's wi. 7Le Glass of If-247 pfzesenfs memoihs ,.,...,..,..-..,, ....u.....,... FOREWORD '23 The Memoirs is a book of life. It is a cross section .of the most fascinating period of life, youthg a snapshot of the most interesting fea- ture of life and educationg a glimpse of life in the best loved institution, Allendale High School: recorded for the very kindest audience, the readers. As you turn these pages, may your thoughts be pleasantg may you have charitable and enthusiastic ideals concerning the future of our well beloved Alma Mater. DEDICATION 'ii We, the senior class, take pleasure in dedi- cating this 1947 edition of Memoirs to the Youth of America. It is with pride and con- fidence that America must look to its Youth. The future of America and possibly of the World depends upon the youth of today. The challenge is here and Youth shall accept. rg. .-sus.-s .. -.. . ..x .-- B50- SUHUUL HUAHU 'WINQAQQAIH' FHEULTY .,gg.,..x.. .xus ns.. ..x..x.-S BLS UQ .,..S..,..--.,..,..-..-. .,..,....,...,-,,.,.... SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS Y Chun-les Forman A. L. Gher William Trimble President ' Byrel McFarland Elmer F. Higgins Levi Litherland Frank Price had no picture taken FACULTY '33 JOSEPH HENSLEY DELL ATKINSON CARL CHAPMAN Principal Coach Agriculture Principal and History Mathematics and P. E. Agriculture B. S. Oakland City College B. A. Carthage College B. S. University of Illinois LOTTIE JANE OWEN CARLTON BUSENHART MRS. BUSENHART Science Commercial English Science Commercial English and Music B. S. S.I.N.U. Carbondale B.Ed. S.I.N.U. Carbondale H. Ed. S.I.N.U. Carbondale ECHDUL BUARD MEMBERS 0- C'fIlI!14'5 i7vmza1z Z, L' . 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A. 1-4 Commercial Club 3 Annual Staff 4 Basketball squad "A" Club 1-2-3-4 President 1 Secretary 2 1-2-3-4 nw -Moves ----- ei SENIORS '33 JOHN WATKIN Commercial Club 3 Science Club 4 News Nest Staff 3-4 Annual Staff 2-3-4 "The Mystery House" 3 Library Staff 2-3-4 Secretary-Treasurer 3-4 BOB ROBINSON F. F. A. 1-4 Commercial Club 3 News Nest Staff 3-4 Annual Staff 4 "The Mystery House" 3 Basketball squad 1-2-3-4 "A" Club 3-4 President 2-4 KATE HIGGINS Glee Club 2-3 Pep Club President 4 Pep Club 3-4-2 Commercial Club 3 Science Club 4 News Nest Staff 2-3-4 Annual Staff "The Mystery House" 3 Library Staff 2-3-4 Qeniovi 551144 5955111 I I , I 'r'i1g,5 if 1' ,1 lm- Y enviou s N 4 SENIOR CLASS HISTORY '33 1943 - 1944 On September 1, 1943, eighteen students made their debut at Allendale High School. The class first elected their officers as follows: president, Carl Shepardg vice- president, Gretchen Hipsherg secretary, Betty Lou Saltsgaver. Mr. Bates was our class sponsor. We had three successful parties during this year. We- had a number of boys out for sports this year. They were as follows: Bob Robinson, Bill Wolfe, Wayne Spidel, and Junior Enlow. Gretchen Hipsher was a yell leader and Carl Shepard was Man- ager of the basketball team. 1944 - 1945 We began our Sophomore year in Allendale High School on September 1, 1944. There were fifteen enrolled in all. One member joined our class later, making sixteen. We chose Mrs. Siefried as our class sponsor. In November we had our first class party. We went to the Vincennes Skating Rink. The only accident happened when Robinson fell and busted his trousers. Three quit when we were Sophomores so we now had twelve. Our class officers were president, Bob Robinsong vice-president, Bill Wolfe: secretary-treasurer, Carl Shepard. 1945 - 1946 We, the jolly juniors, started our official third year, September 10, 1945. There were still twelve of us. We elected the following class officers: president, Martha Corrieg vice-president, Gretchen Hipsherg secretary-treasurer, John Watkin. We had a very successful year in which we had a banquet for the junior class, also a prom which had never before been presented in the history of Allendale High. We pre- sented our junior play "The Mystery House." Miss Elkins was our sponsor. 1946 - 1947 At last "sophisticated seniors." W-e ran the place for a while and then turned it back to the teachers. We chose Mr. Atkinson for our class sponsorg Bob Robinson, presidentg Gretchen Hipsher, vice-presidentg John Watkin, secretary-treasurer. Our class sold magazines and Chrisimas cards to help finance the annual. Again we have several from the class interested in sports. They were as follows: Bill Wolfe lcaptain of the teamj, Bob Robinfon, Carl Shepard, and Wayne Spidel. Donald Burris was the manager of the basketball team. We also had two cheer leaders from the class, Gretchen Hipsher and Martha Corrie. Kate Higgins was president of the pep club. Carl Shepard was president of the F.F.A. John Watkin was the editor of the News Nest. UQ ....,..,.....,..,..,..,. M .......,..,....,..a..,, MARJORIE HOWE Pep Club 2-3-4 Commercial Club 3 News Nest 3-4 Annual Staff 4 "The Mystery House" 3 Library Staff 3-4 WAYNE SPIDEL F. IF. A. 1-4 Commercial Club 3 Annual Staff 4 Basketball Squad 1-2-3-4 "A" Club 2-3-4 JAMES WINTER F. F. A. 14 Commercial Club 3 News Nest 4 Annual Staff 4 "The Mystery House" 3 SENIORS '83 QContinuedJ DONALD BURRIS F. F. A. 1-4 Commercial Club 3 Annual Staff 4 "The Mystery House" 3 "A" Club 4 WILLIAM WOLFE Glee Club, Boys' Quartet 2 F. F. A. 1-4 Commercial Club 3 Annual Staff 4 Basketball Squad 1-2-3-4 "A" Club 2-3-4 "A" Club President 3-4 Vice-President 2 MARTHA CORRIE Pep Club 2-3-4 Octette 2-3-4 Commercial Club 3 News Nest 3-4 Annual Staff 4 Glee Club 2-3-4 "The Mystery House" 3 Cheerleader 4 Trio 1-2 President 3 Swim A , 1... Wayne x W 1 fflfzzjzrrzk :View Jalzwi 41-'1' , I! 3 31: Q . . " , ll' '1 fi ' rg' 1 V . . I K, , im 411442: Uarrzf 1 SJ n -, Y , ' , H- 0'-1 Jr, n'fu,f '- ,A Iv 514. L! :H Eu' 2 ' ,, dE+yv!"?s'kiMJf:11f Z' le X' 112 JH I J-., ' " LT-" 'f" 511' "3-w' K 1..3..x. 2' '-'52 .3 1 H ff- AH LL Y 3' 'ir . . ' x . 'K . U ' N T,-flli if mx. V. :JZ i3iffit1i2-' F97 " Jie ',',.v..1.f '. Lo . ,faqs ,. ,L-1 -jg, Lf- f'55j"1'3:f fu - 4 in ' ' flzmhii' Y I.. - ' -' nfxslmi YQWEQP 1 1., l l me M--We-s :Moves 4 CLASS PROPHECY '25 The other day as I was sitting in bookkeeping class, trying to decide whether cash was debited and machinery was credited or whether machinery was debited and cash was credited, I dropped my pencil on the floor. In reaching down to get it, I struck my head on the desk, then everything went black. When I awoke, the date on the calendar was 1957. Who should have been teaching the bookkeeping class but my old classmate, Gretchen Hipsher. She was wearing hornrimmed glasses and a black dress that covered the most beautiful ankles in the class of '47. Gretchen said she was very happy and that she kicked all the kids out of class every day. Things started weavingg and when they stood still, I saw I was on the plains of Texas. A few yards away 'I saw a ranchhouse and who should be sitting on the front of it but Marjorie Howe. Marjorie was idly fanning herself with a cow's tail and singing "Cow-Cow Boogie" to her thirteen children. This was too much for me. The scene changed again-this time to the barren wastes of the South Pole. There I found John Watkin running a trading post for Admiral Byrd. When I was nearly frozen, the scene switched to a night club in Timbucktoo. Looking around I saw a man who looked familiar. Then I recognized him. He was none other than Wayne Spidel. Wayne told me he was owner, barkeeper and bus boy of his night club, "The Morning After." He said that he had another classmate of ours working for him as his chief hula dancer-who else but Martha' Corrie. Martha was dressed in red spangles and white skin. Very chic! When I was about to enjoy myself, the scene changed again. This time to Patton, -Illinois. Looking up the road I saw a taxi. I tried to hail it, but it passed me up. I recognized the driver. He was none other than Bob Robinson. On the side of the taxi was a sign saying "For YVomen Only" and on the back another sign proclaimed "No Men Allowed!" Cursing the luck I started walking down the road. Things went blank again and I hit the ground with a thud. Looking about me I saw Jim Winter chasing a pack of dogs and the dogs chasing a coon. I stopped Jim, and he told me he owned sixty coon dogs and a woods with a coon up every tree. Just then one of the dogs took a nip at mc, and I jumped to escape him. Then Jim, the dogs, and the coon disappeared, and the scene changed to Timberville. Smelling whisky in the air I started walking toward a small woods where I thought it was coming from. When I arrived, I discovered a still operated by Carl Shepard and his wife, the former Kate Higgins. Carl told me the "stuff" he made was the best hog feed ever invented. Carl offered me a drink, and when I drank it, I started flying through the air. When I came to, I was very hot and saw fire rll around me. Looking around me I saw another old classmate, Don Burris. Don told me he was chief fireman in the navyg and if he stayed on the job, he would be an admiral in 99 years, It was so hot that I fainted. When I came to, I was in the gym at Browns, Illinois. Who should I see but Bill Wolfe. Bill said that he was third assistant coach, and in ten years he would get to touch the ball. Just then one of the boys shot the ball. It hit me on the head. I felt someone shaking me. I opened my eyes and saw Mr. Busenhart shaking me and saying that I had knocked myself out falling out of my seat. I realized it was only a dream, but you will have to admit that it was a good one. w lwemiouas NNNNNNN -+41 SENIOR CLASS WILL 'ii We, the class of 1947, of the school of Allendale, state of Illinois, being of sound body and mind, and having a loving disposition, a sense of fairness in all things, and four years of high school behind us, do make and decree the following will: To the class of '48 we leave our seats in the study hall and the good will of Mr. Hensley. To Mr. Hensley we leave our love of history. I To Mr. Atkinson we leave our hopes of a better chemistry class. To Mr. Busenhart we leave our love of his assembly periods. To Mrs. Busenhart we leave our love of poetry. To Miss Owen we leave our love iperiodj. To Mr. Chapman we leave our farming techniques. To Bob Corrie, John Watkin's red shirt. To Bob Adams, Jim Winter's coon hunting ability. To Harold Payne, Bill Wolfe's basketball playing . To Joan Price, Wayne Spidel's red hair. To Richard Webb, Carl Shepard's "toughness," To George Wright, Bob Robinson's love making technique. To Alicia Beasley, Don Burris' hair cut. To Rose Marie Dudley, Kate Higgins' "suction." To Rose Payne, Gretchen Hipsher's ability to teach school. To Norma Crouch, Martha Corrie's legs. To Betty Thompson, Marjorie Howe's boy-friend. Duly witnessed and signed on this eleventh day of February of the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and forty-seven. Signed, SENIOR CLASS OF "47. Witnesses John Watkin Jim Winter I I le- .gn yas.-sus .fx--s.vs.vs.-Q.-gqifm 'Ns u E Z Z Z Z Z l 2 Z Z Z Z Z Z Z 4 U When the juniors entered high school In nineteen forty-four, We thought we were something And still do--all the more! -Q.-5.-sas--Q.-'s.vs.vs.-s.-x.0s.-s.:-s.fg.-x,.Qfw V54 I L o ,,4l.N.--..x..x..x..x..x..s..x..x.-Q. fl, 5 w :Moles NNNNN 47 JUNIOR CLASS 'is' First Row: Richard Webb C"Scatterbrain"l, Irene Talley f"Pinky"J. Second Row: George Wright f"Oodles"J, Marjorie Leek i"Cheese-cake"l, La Moine Armstrong f"Muscles"l, Maxine Mullinax f"Wiggles"J. Third Row: Anna Osmon ful-Iedy Lamarrs's Stand-in"l, Bob Corrie Q"Casonova Corrie"D, Jane Payne f"Toothless"J, Bobbie Dicus C" Girl Crazy"J. Fourth Row: Charles Lewis f"Freck1es"J, Sylvia Payne i"Great Necker"J, Jnnmy McDonald 1"Car Smashernl, Eileen Shepard f"Stubborn"l. I Fifth Row: Janette Sparks K"B0ogie Specialul, J. A. McFarland f"Timbervil1e YVolfe"l, Dorothy Litherland f"Old Hickory's Creampuff"J, Jean Thompson "Honey"J. JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY '35 We, the junior class, started off our junior year in good old A. H. S. with eighteen members, having lost eleven since we were freshmen. We selected Mrs. Lucille Busenhart to be our sponsor and our class oflficers for the year as follows: Richard Webb, President, lrene Tall-ey, Vice-Presidente, Dorothy Litherland, Secretaryg and George Wright, Treasurer. ' Our first class party was held in the gym which was a big success. We had a Halloween Carnival on October 30 for the whole school. A king and queen of both high school and grade school was chosen. Then on December 11, we presented our class play, "Judy Pulls the Curtain." At the present we are making plans for the banquet and a prom for the seniors. It will be some time in May. V ' The members of our class participate in school activities such as basketball, "coke" stand, glee club and library staff, and the News Nest. i We are now looking forward to the next year when we will be "sophisticated seniors." I l Jdillbf H1455 :FY as L.. A144 - ins 4 Sr I. mungfr-wzrwrq MH vu- -- I V '- 2 ,L lfmlg' jaw N '- 1-1 ,a , , Q ' ' ' ,Al , A I ' .W ff .- ' f V' t ii' , . 'r J- 'IN 'ITU H- ' K I : - 1 7 , 1.15: V-Sf",---A5 .- Y- A . - , , ' v -lqjllz .I 'A . ,, Af ' ' H " ia T'-"'w51'1-Ri if 'Pnl-U: lg i Q l , ? , -, 1,1 gf: ,F ATT. , 1 ' 'I ' ya . 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History, English, and Algebra I, Two more years then we're done. ,,4H.x.-s..x..x..x.-x..,..,.. .-x.-x. , S Z Z l E 4 ! Z l Z Q f 2 Z I Z Z, if 'sa U . ..,..,..v.,..,..,.., ,,..,,,,..,...,..-..-..-. SOPHOMORE CLASS '23 First Row: Billy Sparks K"Pie A la Mode"J, Rose Marie Dudley f"Boy Crazy"J, Jo Ann Brinkley f"Cigar Smoker"J. Second Row: Patsy Buchanan f"Glamour Puss"J, Omer Banks Q"Slightly Mean"J, Norma Crouch f"Hubba Hubba"J, Gene Hershey f"Hensley's Handy Man"J. Third Row: Gene Hawf f"Quiet"l, Mary Louise Hipsher K"Beaz"D, Bernard Mc- Farland f"Grade School Romeo"J, Ann Madden f"Song Bird"J. Fourth Row: Patty Polk f"Freckles"l, Jerry Potts f"Tubby"D, Ruth Reed l"Strictly on the Up beat"J, Donald Price Q"Tough Guy"J. Fifth Row: James Watkin Q"Honor Student"J, Earline Saltsgaver f"Mumps"J, Emily Winters f"George Field Spec-ial"J, Tommy Ellis i"Honey Chile"J. SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY '33 We began our "career" in A. H. S. as freshmen with twenty members. This year we started out on September 2, 1946 as sophomores with twenty-one students but we soon dwindled down to seventeen. We chose the following class officers: president, William Sparksg vice-president, Rose Marie Dudleyg secretary and treasurer, Jo Ann Brinkleyg and a party committee of three: Omer Banks, Donald Price, and Mary Louise Hipsher. Mr. Carlton Busen- hart was chosen as our sponsor. We had several boys out for basketball this year Jerry Potts, Billy Sparks, James Watkin, Bernard McFarland, and Donald Price. We had one girl out of our class as cheerleader, Jo Ann Brinkley. Several of our class made the honor roll. We had several in the different organi- zations such as library staff, News staff, Pep club, F. F. A., Science club, Glee club, octette, etc. In October we had a "'l'acky Party." Billy Sparks and Emily Jane Winter won' the prizes as the Utackiest dressed" boy and girl. We played several different games and refreshments were served later in the "dining" room. Every one seemed to enjoy himself. ,' pgywz24f22zvfzf 2 67155 5 Q- 6 v '. , 'vu 1 A Q- of 'YI .I-R , C' . . ' 5 5' F . ,W 9-9 - . J .s, n u A 5 ,U A V! ii S 4' 5 .1 K w -TM -1,- J rn: ' 1 ,va , T .., -,., ., I fit' ' 'lf L 1 Y-1545 4 eg :R Y :W V Z I ., T . , -. -if w L.ilDhaa....l1-.L..dall:l,.Lil. in f ' 1 .N 'HV kjff rf' If 1 QI, ig.-4 . 42.11 1 . 1 -e,. - '-1 my GE.-3 i-Ai' lf:-5.NQ.31T '71 :K ,, 1 Ln -IQ. u.s.-S.-N..-s..s..-s..s.-sus.-s..s.g+ 'Ns Z Z Z 2 Z Z Q ! ! Z 2 Z Z Z Z 2 '? VH We think our class Is pretty niftyg We're trying to graduate In nineteen and fifty. 5 1 2 z 2 4 ! 2 1 2 4 ! a 2 2 1 z F5 Q NJ .,4g.-.-s..x..x..x..x..,.. S.. - .-N..,. . ..,..,.,..,.-..,.... Nl MQHQQ5 r...,NN..,,.....N Q FRESHMAN CLASS .2 Q First Row: Donald Mann i"Tall, Dark and ?"J, Alicia Beesley i"Burris Special"J, Bob Adams f"Guitar Player"J, Diane King f"Athletic"J, Richard Breen f"sec- ond Charles Atlas"J. Second Row: Rose Payne Q"Giggles"J, Paul Ellis f"Adams Corner Special"J, Edith Polk IHA Future Mae West"J, Frank Higgins f"Future Yell Leader"j, Joan Price Q"Peroxide Blonde"J. Third Row: Gene Johnson i"Somecne's Dream-man"l, Marjorie Price l"Ignorant" -Cobl, Donald Litherland i"Timid"J, Ka'haleen Stoltz Q"Bashful"J, Harold Payne f"Gabby"j. Fourth Row: Geneva Stoltz f"Sweater Gir1"J, N-elson Reiber f"Senator, That is"l, Betty Thompson f"Hep Cat"J, Earl Ray Stoltz f"Tootie Fruitienl, Edith Thomp- son t"Shortie"J. Fifth Row: Ryland Webb f"Cutie"l, Carolyn Trimble f"Tall, Blonde and mnnnnn mnnnn!!"J, James Wolfe f"Plump"D, Beth Wolfe f"Quiet and Studious"J, James Lewis C"Red"J. FRESHMAN CLASS HISTORY '33 September, 1946, ushered in the class of 1950. Twenty-seven strong, which is a rather large freshman class. Starting off with this record, the freshmen upheld it by entering several of their number in basketball and other extracurricular activities. Our News Nest representa- tives were Joan Price and B-eth Wolfe. Don Mann, Ryland Webb, Gene Johnson. and Dick Breen were names that appeared in the basketball line up from our class. These names appearing often on the honor roll were Robert Adams, Betty Carey, Diane King, Harold Payne, Edith Polk, Joan Price, Ryland Webb, and Beth Wolfe. We started our social program of the year with a party during the fourth week of school. In Fe'h1u.::y we had another party. At cur first party we played many games and had other forms of entertainment. At our second party we attended a movie at Mt. Carmel. Both of our parties were great successes. Our class officers were as follows: President .... ' ,....... ......... D on Mann Vice President ....,. ..... F rank Higgins Secretary ............................................. .... B ob Adams Treasurer ............................................... ..... E arl Stoltz We chose Miss Owen as our sponsor. 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Martha Corrie Gretchen Hipsher Kate Higgins Marjorie Howe John Watkin and James Winter Carl Shephard Bob Robinson Wayne Spidel Senior Census ...,.............. . ...........................,.... Billy Wolfe Sports ..................................... ...,............................. D onald Burris Class Will and Prophecy ...... ..... J ohn Watkin and James Winter Freshman Class History ....... .....,...................... E dith Thompson Sophomore Class History ...... .................... R ose Marie Dudley Junior Class History ......... ............. I rene Talley "A" CLUB '23 Left to right: Back row: Mr. Atkinson, J. A. McFarland, Billy Wolfe, Bobby Dicus, Bob Robinson. Front row: Bob Corrie, Carl Shepard, Wayne Spidel, Jerry Potts. Allendale High School's club for winners of varsity letters is unoddly enough called the "A" Club. This club was formed during the second semester of the 1943-44 year. It has been in existence since this time although not always active. This group attempts to create, maintain, and extend cleaner and better athletics at Allendale High School. It also develops finer sportsmanship among the students of the school. T4 a' al-if X Y U ,,1,' rr., X 4 x n Ii 5? .,V.1::H Ili-. .F2"f!"V'5""'5"""Flf""" , , , - .. A Q 3 v xv r .5l,'. 'l 4 l W Q'Q."ff,",, fg, i 5 Ii N 1 f. rv I I X X 1 . :, ' . .- . V - ul" - ' ff l " ' .nw ,:"rT' .:z,A ' E42 "1" 1. lmaitff .':l'Af1Q1i ','nLQ'h gil'-?e'qfAlt!53!,?lg ., ...Z . 4 'Q i"T4..if-7'-Q.'lEf 'gs 511-.27 5' V F.. fig ,- I! 1 jjQL" ,f',Q ' r ' Q 1. F" I ffjn. 1 ' 5 . ma....4....g...u.a.. .m.. . .1 " ' ..AL..... ,..... n4.......L..l.-iAi.Zii4 me A----We in :Moles NNNN M- cr PREACHER SAM Preacher Sam, Part time junk man, With his sway back horse, A voice of great force, An assortment of rags Stuffed in dingy, patched bags, A collection of tin goods Banking gaily against wood, As he drives through the street Over his well known beat, Pulls up to a stop To question the cop. There's no man who loves his work, Be he butcher or ham As this Preacher Sam. But all too soon day is out, So he slowly turns about, For tomorrow's the seventh day, And he has to earn his pay By orating to his flock Of the soundness of the Rock, In which Gcd's followers have stock. -Donald Price A HERO A soldier was wounded and dying, He lay on the battlefield grim. He heard the sound of a bugleg The bugle was blowing ior him! As he lay in the slush that evening, A voice could be heard from afar, The voice was that of millions- A voice that no lone could bar. The voice was calling to Jesus, "Dear God, forgive us that we Have only one life for -our country- One life, but we wish it were three." God's heart was heavy ladeng He answered his sons in pain. All sins are forgiven in heaven, My sons, you shall live again. --Martha Corrie POEMS SUCCESS? I drag through all my classes I just ain't smart I guess, I get red marks on my grade card, You see I ain't a success. I ain't no use to my mother, Can't cook or make a dress, Can't mop or wash the dishes, You see I ain't a success, I ain't no use to my father Can't cut hay or grass, Can't even drive a tractor, You see I ain't a success. I just ain't no good for nothing Lazy all over, I guess, If doing nothing was something, I'd be a great success. -Rose Payne. MY GIRL Eyes large and luminous. Cheeks soft and pink, Lips sweet and lovely, Just like you'd think. That's my girl. Hair black as midnight, Curling tresses falling over her lovely shoulders, Making my love for her burn more deeply- Starting like a fire that slowly smoulders. That's my girl. A cigarette held in two slim fingers Dark hair cascading down her back, Curled up like a kitten in an armchair, That was my girl. But as all lovely things fade, Because of worry and perhaps strife, So has she- Because she's now my wife! -Gretchen Hipsher. .,s.,..,..,.,.,..., MEMQII QQ5 ...,.,,,..,...,..s NEWS NEST STAFF 'ii Left to right: J Back row: Richard Webb, Bob Robinson, John Watkin, Jim Winter, La Moine Armstrong, George Wright, Billy Sparks. Middle row: Mr. Busenhart, Kate Higgins, Martha Corrie, Joan Price, Gretchen Hipsher, Anna Mae Osmon. Front row: Dorothy Litherland, Rose Marie Dudley, Beth Wolfe, Jo Ann Brinkley, Marjorie Howe, Ann Madden. This is the ninth year of the publication of our school newspaper "News Nest." lt is published once each month. This year the paper is under the supervision of Mr. Busenhart. The editor-in-chief is John Watkin. and the assistant editor is Richard Webb. SCIENCE CLUB 'ws Left to right: Back row: George 'Wright, Richard Webb, Dick Breen, John Watkin, Donald Price, Paul Ellis, Billy Sparks, Ryland Webb. Middle row: Bob Adams, Nelson Reiber, Ruth Reed, Joan Price, Diane King, James Wolfe. Front row: Mary Louise Hipsher, Marjorie Price, Beth Wolfe, Car- olyn Trimble, Rose Marie Dudley, Dorothy Litherland, Kate Higgins, Ann Madden. The Science Club was organized in 1946 for the purpose of promoting the unified interests of the various science departments of thc Allendale High School. The club encourages experimental investigation and more extensive scientific reading. It fosters scien- tific interests in southern Illinois and enables the students to become acquainted with all phases of scientific progress. The membership is composed of twenty-two students and their sponsor, Miss Owen. Meetings are held every two weeks. J ' w , K . V , , , .-,1--T N . F . ' . 9 a. -V Iii A .e . up ,X EEF ' 1 ' ' ,. .. ,, 1 I 5,94 .fi , HM vu". I V N in I 1 n 4 'fi 4 . ' . lf., 3 V ' '1 '-N' '- , ' ' L' "' " 1 -i..'31.t4.' v ,.-N.. - L- r uigiiirmw 41 . FT' .111 aE!?1g'1,! C H 4 W, , . 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Jo Ann Brinkley Bill Sparks Beth Wolfe Gone Johnson Richard Webb Anna Osmon Bob Dicus and Bob Robinson Dick Breen Bill Wolfe . Gretchen Hipsher Dorothy Litherland Anna Osmon Gretchen Hipsher John Watkin Wayne Spidel George Wright Harold Payne Sylvia Payne Bill Wolfe .. Jo Ann Brinkley Bill Wolfe Biggest Feet ,.... , .,,..........,.......... .. ....,..............................................,..... . . Ugllest Boy ......,....... La Moine Biggest Apple Polisher ........... Wittiest Boy .................... Wittiest Girl ,...,.,,...., Most Melodious Boy ...... Most Melodious Girl ,..,.. Most Athletic Boy ...., Most Athletic Girl ........... Most Popular Teacher ...... Armstrong, George Wright, Bill Wolfe, Harold Payne Kate Higgins Donald Burris Beth Wolfe Bill Wolfe Martha Corrie Bill Wolfe Diana King Mr. Atkinson ..,.,..a.,.,.-.,.. M MGH 5 ...........,...... GLEE CLUB 'Yi Left to right: Back row: Ann Madden, Beth Wolfe, Joan Price, Martha Corrie, Earlene Saltsgaver, Eileen Shepard. Middle row: Mrs, Busenhart, Ruth Reed, Edith Polk, Dorothy Lither- land, Rose Marie Dudley, Edith Thompson. Front row: Alicia Beasley, Carolyn Trimble, Marjorie Leek, Maxine Mullinax, Jo Ann Brinkley. The glee club has not done very much work this year. They have sung at the Fall Concert and the Junior Play. They and the octette, too, plan to sing at the Spring Concert, Baccalaureate, and Com- mencement. We' hope to carry our glee club work over into next year and make a bigger success of it. OCTETTE 'if Left to right: Back row: Mrs. Busenhart, Ruth Reed, Martha Corrie, Joan Price, Eileen Shepard. Front row: Marjorie Leek, Maxine Mullinax, Dorothy Litherland, Edith Thompson, Ann Madden. Th-e octette has proved to be quite a success this season and they are looking forward to the future. As for the past they participated with their greatest ability in singing for the Fall Concert and Junior Play. And for the future they plan to sing at the Spring Concert, the Junior and Senior Banquet, Baccalaureate, Commencement, and at a few local churches. Mrs. Busenhart, their musical director, and Joan Price, their pianist, have both spent a large amount of time in working with the octette in trying to make it the greatest success possible. With the octette, Joan, and Mrs. Busenhart all cooperating together, we believe it will become an even greater success. +R I U1 , .I J Afo ...lp ln my A x -4- N O Y XY fur-pgpeugf' W I --W' I I v t -H. A A w w 1 , kg' E. Y I W J ,A .WF-2 , , ,A ,.,. Ag. f 1 ! ' P w N v V.-'Q-,,L'.1,l 4 ' 1' ' ,357 FQ2jL'.:L- I ' ' V ' .1'fL':ffjf,71, fvwjfr E ' 123 I H- H ' V1 , . , g E Ii lui . T me NNNN --W Nl mom s A--MW-we 47 POEMS PATIENCE My pay is small, the hours do gall. My feet are past complaining. If mothers squawk, I cannot talk. My patience I am straining. When school is done and every one Can hurry home to rest, I wonder why we teachers try To help the conntry's younger pests. -Carl Shepard. , REMINISCING Do you remember when we met long ago? The wind was blowing and huge flakes of snow Gently drifted down from the sky, Looking as if they might try To cover the whole world by themselves Without the aid of the fairies and elves. Do you remember that quarrel we had? The last-and I was, oh, so sad, But you went gaily on your merry ways' And it seemed to me you tried to say, "You go your way, l'l1 go mine You've taken enough of my time." But the wedding, darling was a beauti- ful thing, Instead of crying it made you singg You were so handsome and stood so straight, And so was the girl who was to be your mate: The music started playing, she walked toward you, Me? Why I just sat there in my own little pew. -Kate Higgins. THE BROOK Little brook, travel on Sing so merrily Over hills and through green fields Till you reach the sea. Bathe the feet of boys 1h2t wadc And sail small boats along Flow over stones with ripplc gay Sing a laughing song. Nothing to stop you or block your way You flow along so free Little brook, travel on Till you.reach the sea. -Rose Payne. TIME Time is slowly slipping by Silently, quietly moving away, We're all growing older day by day Because "Time waits on no man," they say. We ask the when and where and why, And if we've passed the test g For soon some day our head will rest Upon the Master's chest. -Marjorie Howe. THE SEASONS Spring is here! . The air seems new! The buds have budded, The Whole night through. The air is changingg It's raining too. The South winds are blowing The clouds awayg The nights are shorter With a longer day: I thought I was right And now II knowg The Dogwood blossom Has told me so. Summer is here! With all its ways, lgs green June crops, And hot August days. What's that I hear? I couldn't be wrong. Mixed enchantment! The Whipporwill song! Why all these colors? What can it mean? Why the blue, In every stream? Why the radiant color? Why the changed atmosphere? There is only one answer. Fall is here. So we bring to a close, As well as we can. The earth needs rest, As well as man. This is the wintery months, The Season's best With snow capped mountains And crimson crest. -Jimmy McDonald. UQ ,- ..,..-..,..,..,..,..,, Ml BMQMQS5 .r.,,.,.,,,,,N.. Q7 PEP CLUB '23 Left to Right: Back row: Jean Thompson, Rose Payne, Marjorie Howe, Betty Thompson, Kate Higgins, Diane King, Dorothy Litherland, Rose Marie Dudley. Middle row: Miss Owen, Ruth Reed, Jane Payne, Ann Madden, Eileen Shepard, Irene Talley, Beth Wolfe, Janette Sparks, Earline Sa1tsgaver,. Front row: Joan Price, Alicia Beesley, Beazie Hipsher, Carolyn Trimble, Edith Thomp- son, Emily Jane Winter, Maxine Mullinax, Marjorie Leek. Yell Leaders: Marjorie Price, Jo Ann Brinkley, Gretchen Hipsher, Martha Corrie. At the first of the year we organized a Pep Club under the direction of Miss Owen. We elected officers as follows: president, Kate Higgins, vice-president, Eileen Shep- ard, secretary, Beth Wolfeg and treasurer, Maxine Mullinax. As a symbol that we belong to the Pep Club, we purchased white sweaters and put purple and gold emblems on the back of them. These were to be worn to every ball game. , The members of the school board were kind enough to let us take an extra bus to all the away games and we wish to express our thanks and gratitude to them for letting us have the buses during basketball season. We have fully enjoyed the games this year, and in order to show our appreciation of the boys' good work, we planned a basketball banquet for them. To raise money for this we had a pie supper and sold magazine subscriptions. On the twenty-seventh of March the banquet was held in the school gym. Our speaker for the evening was Abe Martin from S.I.N.U. It was a great success and everyone enjoyed himself to the fullest extent. So ended the year for the Pep Club. JUNIOR PLAY CAST '23 Left to Right: Back row: Jimmie McDonald, La Moine Armstrong J, A. McFarland, Bob Dicus, Bob Corrie, Richard Webb, George Wright. Front row: Mrs. Busenhart, Dorothy Litherland, Marjorie Leek, Maxine Mullinax, Eileen Shepard, Irene Talley, Janette Sparks, Anna Osmon. On December 11, the Junior Class presented "Judy Pulls the Curtain," under the able direction of Mrs. Busenhart. The play was a huge success. The entire play took place in the room above the garage of Professor Travis. The time was August of the current year. Professor Travis, the father of Ann and Judy Travis, docsn't like the idea of his daughters going to the movies and does his best to discourage them. Bill Martin, Jack Stevens, and Johnny Blair hire a producer, Mr. Philip Sydney Kingston, and discourage the girls from carrying out their idea of going to Hollywood. As the old saying goes, "Everything comes out in the end," it surely does in this three-act comedy. The charac' ers were: Bill Martin ............ .............. J im McDonald Lucy Martin ...... Ann Travis ..... Judy Travis .... Dorothy Litherland Janette Sparks Maxine Mullinax Jack Stevens ....,. ............... R ichard Webb Johnny Blair ..... ............. Joe Sidney .......... J. A. McFarland La Moine Armstrong Mrs. Travis ..,,....... ................. I rene Talley Professor Travis Miss Sloan ........ Martha Cook .... Stage Managers George Wright Anna Osmon Marjorie Leek Sue 'Cook .................. ......................... E ileen Shepard Bob Corrie and Bob Dicus .4 if 1 X.. 1 l 'R dp TU, -- . . v ,- ' 7 ' I I 4' Y 1 1 '+ H i -. . '1"f-.13 J 11: 1 if 111, 191: 1ff1i f 'f' J, 3111. pf? if-V Li, , 1 :ur 1 1 fr e5 'f 1:4 1 1" ..,. 1 ,g.,,.' -. Hifi' z. 111--.g""11"H 21' if 1 1 ,X 1 P11515 A 11 I 5 ' f ' 1 1 S - 4 1 1141121151 1,1 ,m .iw 4. V Q' I 3 55,331 . ' 5,3 .Hg 11 61, I' 14.3 , La, V 'sg'f1iQf15 - I g1,K ' :- 11f'- 1' 1' 1 , !.1,, 1':Air1.i E1 gi X . . 1 U 111. ..1 . if , 1 u me 3--Maw u sa N---wwe-er JOKES 'Yi Dorothy Litherland: "The boy I had a date with last night kissed me a hundred times. Have you ever had a boy kiss you a hundred times?" Eileen Shepard: "Of course not, boys only go after quantity when they can't get quality." Sk 14 ll' 4' Bk Dk Mrs. Stolz had just finished a stern lecture on the subject of Geneva and Katha- leen and their friends. "Now tell me dears," she said, "Where do bad little girls go?" They both smiled, "Everywhere," they said. Pk HI! if Pk HF lk Mr. Hensley: "Just because a man has money doesn't mean he's a success." Patty Polk: "I'll marry any failure who's got a million dollars!" tk PF ill Ik Sk ek On a street car the other day, a man gave a woman a seat. She fainted, then recovering, she thanked him. Then he fainted. lk Pl' :if if ir rl' Wayne Spidel: "Who's that letter from?" Gretchen Hipsher: "What do you want to know for?" Wayne: "There you are. What do I want to know for? You're the most in- quisitive person I ever met." ik if 41 Ik Sl Pl' Then there is the photographefs daughter who is just like her father. She sits in the dark room and waits for developments. Pk 4' 'F 'II ak ak Mrs. Busenhart: "Gene, give me a sentence with the word bitter in it." Gene Hawf: "When Suzy teased the dog, he bit'er." Ik IF if Ik 44 41 Gene Johnson: "I say that people who live together look exactly alike." Joan Price: "'Then you may consider my refusal final." 1 Q if 8 if Pl' Gene Hershey: "I don't think I deserve an absolute zero." Mr. Atkinson: "Neither do I, but it is the lowest mark I am allowed to give." if lk IF 4 rk lk Beazie: "I cannot learn to love you." Bernard: "But I've saved S200." Beazie: "Well, give me one more lesson." no A--A-W-A---ww :Moms NNNNN 41 F. F. A. '83 Left to Right: A Back row: Bernard McFarland, Jimmie McDonald, Jim Winter, J. A. McFarland, Bill Wolfe, Bob Robinson, Wayne Spidel, Carl Shepard. Middle row: Dick Breen, Donald Burris, Harold Payne, Don Mann, Don Price, James Watkin, Charles Lewis, Mr. Chapman. Front row: James Wolfe, Nelson Reiber, George Wright, Ryland Webb, Billy Sparks, Gene Johnson, Donald Litherland. The Allendale Chapter of the F. F. A. was reorganized this year under the super- vision of Mr. Chapman, the agriculture teacher. Since there was no agriculture teacher in the school for several years, the organization had been allowed to go out of existence. But this year we are on our feet again. Already one year has slipped by and we are just beginning to get back on our feet but this next year we will really make things shine. The agriculture boys have sponsored a small reforestation plot back of the school. This is to check erosion and beautify the school. We intend to sponsor a series of movies toward the end of school. LIBRARY STAFF NEWS 'ii Left to Right: Back row: Gene Johnson, Bill Sparks, Richard Webb, Dick Breen, J. A. McFarland, Bob Dicus, John Watkin, George Wright. Middle row: Miss Owen, Beezie Hipsher, Edith Polk, Rose Marie Dudley, Kate Higgins, Anna Osmon, Emily Winter, Ryland Webb. Front row: Joan Brinkley, Carolyn Trimble, Edith Thompson, Joan Price, Marjorie Howe, Jean Thompson. The library staff had been taking advantage of the bookmobile books. It is a traveling library sponsored by the state. The bookmobile had been to visit us twice. The students enjoy reading these books. Miss Owens is the sponsor of the library staff. Marjorie Howe is the head of the staff, with Kate Higgins as assistant. A number of students work in the library shelving books, filing cards and etc. - If ff. jf' '- P ix 55 0 4. E2 ,. ,nn C ls' I1 6 rg: 'Q rf w i w ' " x' 'fl v , i f 'A 'la M ee Y . 'Q 'QIAX -J Q.. Y I I.: ll 1 4' H14 f V .5 ' u , - ' a Q I " X 4? 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H " ::.3l.ai...a'..l.LL...1,h.g.Q....l..gg ....m:.mil2u,l.,l ' 'a,ihi,!m.1A,.: P 'ii.1....,:.ml1i..Lif12'n2x as-nsarsnsns n x usuxns-px n x 99' The sports call for fun And competition too, So we've tried to picture them All here for you. 5 Z Z Z 2 4 f Z 1 Z Q e 2 Z Z Z 3 Q Ha .,4a.x.-....x..s.., ..- .. -..xv - ..,..s. JI, .,..,,,.,.,.,...,--.- ,,....,,..,,,,,N., GIRLS' "GYM" CLASS 'ii Left to right: Back row: Jane Payne, Betty Thompson, Martha Corrie, Irene Tal- ley, Joan Price, Earline Saltsgaver, Eileen Shepard, Ann Mad- den, Beth Wolfe, Diane King, Edith Thompson. Middle row: Miss Owen, Jean Thompson, Dorothy Litherland, Janette Sparks, Gretchen Hipsher, Geneva Stoltz, Shirley Montgomery, Sylvia Payne, Norma Crouch, Louise Hipsher, Jo Ann Brinkley. Front row: Kate Higgins, Marjorie Price, Marjorie Leek, Anna Mae Osmon, Betty Carey, Kathleen Stoltz, Emily Winter, Carolyn Trimble, Alicia Beasley. The girls Physical Education class this year has engaged in soft- ball, basketball, deck tennis, volleyball, calisthenics, and folk dancing. The freshman and sophomore girls studied safety while the juniors and seniors studied health as supplementary material to their regular Physical Education work. BOYS' "GYM" CLASS '33 Left to right: Back row: Mr. Atkinson, Bob Corrie, La Moine Armstrong, Paul Ellis, Jim Winter, John Watkin, George Wright. Front row: Bob Adams, Frank Higgins, Charles Lewis, Richard Webb, Earl Stoltz, Harold Payne, Gene Hawf. The boys had gym on Mondays and Wednesdays and studied in the physical education books on Fridays. During their active periods on Mondays and Wednesdays they played basketball, volleyball, and had calisthenics. In the books they studied the parts of the body, how to play different kinds of games, how to take care of their health and many other things of importance WTW7 F"5"EVf"'7T'7""T""" ' 1. ,Wi ": lf 1' ,hifi . ,-WF,-JJ tw.- .,. - 'ra N ' I-. M' f' . ' 35 .'r :F 4 Hi ' .L 5 1 ,g.J :nl-M fcyd- I I I x v-" W 5.: 1 -Y I 4 .V Q P N? i ' 1' .1 A filth' sg 1' l 4 v 4-P4 ' 1 ,kv X ,, pf- '-1 71 J I . . iiv m ,,. ,--M!J g'- I Eh !'512Ff-Yeiiw " 1 .--M94 . ,Wa I HM -" !"" :f , 4'f-v.",- I . i Fsfrrf A 'MU' Gr fini 4.1 Q 4. I , ,- H E , lx N N N N N N rx.-s.. RSD N10 ..x. N N UQ NNNN., ,angst -Ogtm EEZ EO KEEP Ei WKOEO EMIWEOHE E35 'OO HENQVE5 MO mimiw 'Sarah ,sgmggwa DHBMMEU 3:3 NO: -QEHEU QSZPEIWDMH mmgpqq HVSOQ EMC gsm -HOMES? E055 E35 ESE-BE 'EERE amgjw .swam 9EEO::2 ,SEWQENE HM N555 NQMQMOME HM OH mBZ4N5 2652: h-Em: :QE-HOU: asm: zwroksr :msc-3g?' :Egg :hmwmggaz rmwpomcz :swimw- :gdgwgwz W4 ZNSOZM W mDmZWU MOHZ-Mm BSU ELEM 253 garb M MESS 3,35 tdsm SNA Yggegmm UBEQSIEMH Wigwam mm gsm 23282 mimgm BNN BQEOO 23:2 ,Siam 55820 0:03 Em E555 HEOW HBE? 3550 mgvgm Egan QOWEO-Om mem Ream USERS 25565 HSD M242 ..,.,,..,.,,.. - ..,..,. ,,,.,.,,,,,,..,,.,,.., BASKETBALL SQUAD '25 Left to right: Back row: Nelson Reiber, James Wolfe, Bernard McFarland, Donald Litherland, Gene Johnson, Ryland Webb. Middle row: Mr. Atkinson, Donald Mann, Jerry Potts, James Watkin, Billy Sparks, Donald Price, Donald Burris. Front row: J. A. McFarland, Bob Robinson, Bobby Discus, Billy Wolfe, Wayne Spidel, Carl Shepard, Jimmy McDonald. The above named boys went out for basketball this year. Of course, not all of them made the squad, but they tried hard. The team has had a very successful year, due to good playing and good cheering sections. We wish the next team as good a luck! CHEERLEADERS 'ii Left to right: Marjorie Price, Jo Ann Brinkley, Gretchen Hipsher, Martha Corrie. Twelve girls went out for cheer leading this year. Four were selected-Marjorie Price, Jo Ann Brinkley, Gretchen Hipsher, and Martha Corrie. Marjorie is a freshman and a newcomer to Allendale. However, she was grade school yell leader at Iuka. Jo Ann is a sophomore and this is her second year of yell leading for Allendale High School. She also was grade school yell leader while in the eighth grade. Gretchen is a senior. This is her third year to lead cheers for Allendale High School and she was yell leader during her seventh and eighth grades in school. Martha is also a senior. Because she had never been a cheerleader before, she had the hardest job of all, but she very successfully completed it. The girls have done fine work this year. They have followed the team faithfully and tried to cheer them on to victory. We, the school, are proud of them and congratulate them for a job well done. L5 , Sl - Wy nf' h ig , W2 9 I . 'V ,x K r I . I ' V' . v 1 g Q-1 " " ' R ' ' , ,, L N K' 1 Q U 6 E ' ex X 1' X, " ': 7 C ,' - ,I :SQ f .I f ' ' r i 1 i x , E Mijn 2 E V' ' ffl' QL 4 'i ' 4 A eq -fx 45 v N .1- Dv .4 ! 4. m ...v W 1 '1 i l. W, . -41 . 1 J .- w I 1 -if "gg 5ggg,., . + 5' 1557 '1 +- I A . r rx I vii it , 1' -' UW 1 , JJ Q ie 'G' qu' L 0 - wk, -N ffli f H72 13 '5 51' ' 3 r ff 31IW:'g,g3.,- u ' A .-, , .j L, S 'JN' ll,'.W:.,'i:1 " , I ' jpg 5La!W1-.1f'??' 51 . 1. 1',n'lf'-V 4 f I,gii'f J V . hi... :1........L.: .. I ..Y. m.,.lt.u.h" ' 1. .nlr....L.u.......li.-.mA.d.l 1 .E l l me E ones NNNN 47 BASKETBALL SCORES '35 OPPONENTS SCORE OUR SCORE Bellmont .......... West Salem ....... Crossville ..... Noble ........... Flat Rock ..... Grayville ....... Browns ............ Bridgeport ......... St. Francisville ...... Sumner ............ Bone Gap ..... Lancaster ..... Browns ...... Crossville ,.... 36 Allendale 20 Allendale 61 Allendale Allendale ,,,, Allendale .... 48 27 28 26 Allendale 27 Allendale Allendale Allendale .... Allendale 44 33 38 36 28 Allendale 49 54 30 16 32 22 40 29 31 LITTLE TEN SCORES 22 .Allendale 57 28 Allendale 54 40 30 Allendale Allendale took second and Crossville first West Salem ..... .... 2 2 Allendale .... 35 Flat Rock ...... .... 2 3 Allendale .... 45 Lancaster ...., .... 1 8 Allendale .... 3 6 Crossville ......... .... 3 3 Allendale .... . 32 Bone Gap ..,.,.....,.... .,,, 3 0 Allendale .... 46 St. Francisville .,... .... 3 3 Allendale .... .. 49 Lancaster ............ ,... 2 5 Allendale .... 55 Bellmont .....,..... ..,. 3 1 Allendale .... 57 Sumner ....., .... 3 4 Allendale ,.,, 37 Olney ......,, ,.,. 6 4 Allendale .... 31 Grayville ..... .... 4 0 Allendale .... 51 Browns ,..... ,... 3 8 Allendale .... 42 Noble .....,...., .... 1 8 Allendale .... 32 Clay City ...,.. .... 3 1 Allendale .... 39 DISTRICT TOURNAMENT Bellmont .....,.. ..... 2 0 Allendale .... 51 Bone Gap ............,. ..... 2 9 Allendale 35 St. Francisville ....., ..... 2 5 Allendale 26 REGIONAL TOURNAMENT Albion ....... .. 28 Allendale ...... .... 3 9 Crossville ....... .. 46 Allendale ...... 45 Total Scores .............. 1020 Total Scores . ..., 1339 m Ml :Moves NNNNN 47 BASKETBALL 'ae There was a total number of 21 boys that came out for basketball this year. The practice sessions began about 6 weeks before the first ball game was scheduled. The boys worked very hard every evening after school in order to turn out a basketball team which later was successful in the season. Out of the thirty-three ball games we played, we won twenty-eight. We played in the finals of the Little Ten Tourney but lost to Crossville. We then went to the District Tourney and won it by a one point margin over St. Francisville. As winner of the District we went to the Regional at Mt. Carmel. We played our first game with Albion and won by a fine margin. After we won our first game in the Regional we played Crossville in our second game and were defeated by one point. We all feel that our ball team was a success this year and we are looking forward to next year's season. TOTAL POINTS PER PLAYER '33 F.T. F.T. F.T. Total Name Field Goals Attempt. Made Ave. Pnts. William Wolfe ...,... .r........... 2 07 198 130 .651 544 Wayne Spidel ..... ....... 3 8 45 20 .444 96 J. A. McFarlad ....... ...... 4 6 35 12 .342 104 Robert Robinson ....., ....... 7 1 104 49 .471 191 Carl Shepard ....... ....... 5 7 84 46 .547 160 Bob Dicus ........ ....... 8 5 61 32 .524 202 Jim McDonald .,... 8 9 5 .555 21 William Sparks ...... .... 4 1 1 1.000 9 Jerry Potts ...... 4 1 1 1.000 9 James Watkin ..... 1 3 1 .333 3 Total Points .... ,.,,,.. 1 339 5412 ,4r?v5z2z5az 571214 5.491414 Wayne 521241 Zami Zfzgf Www 20 5415? 1712115 J, 5, ill: Szazflzzzzf- V Jfifzzffg :7!4'l'lu:zl! l r 41 X P W .. ' X 5 ' I A f - n 1 .P x- ,f " fi 4 L . V T 43 T32 rl Q? Mir 3 1' 1 3, 7 5' J T' I . ' I 1 W , 'L I .Y I f I H- -. , V , Suit ai: .fp if? V15 I U ' nf 59? W NN...m..-.,-..- My EMQNQS5 .,..-.,,..,.,,,,..,..,. CALENDAR 1946-'47 '33 Sept. 2-School opens. One freshman turns up with black eye. Sept. 3-Wrong English books assigned in Junior English. Sept Sept . 5-Octette gets locked in music room. . 6-James Wolfe has amnesia-stays out of assembly nine minutes. Sept. Sept. 9-Mr. Hensley forgets to go to American History class. Senior class chose sponsor. Mr. Atkinson elected unanimous. Juniors 10- choose class sponsor-Mrs. Busenhart. Sept. 11-Sophomores choose class sponsor--Mr. Busenhart. Freshmen too-Miss OWGI1. Sept. 13-Ag. boy go on field trip-where's Coach's car??'! Sept. 16-Robinson gets back from Chicago. Sept. 17-Corrie sports new compact. Sept. 19--Freshmen have class party. Sept. 23-Seniors give program for P. T. A. Sept. 25-Rats eat Talley's and Spark's bugs in lab. Sept. 27-Organize Pep Club. Sept. 30-Blanche, Evalina, and Agnes visit school. Hipsher falls down fire escape. Oct. 1-First News Nest passed out. Assembly quiet as a mouse. Oct. 3--Junior Class Party. Pep Club orders sweaters. Oct. 4-Elect Cheerleaders. Congratulations G. Hipsher, M. Corrie, J. Brinkley and M. Price. Oct. 10-Mr. Gibson visits school. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. 11--No School-teachers institute-why was Miss Owen so late in getting home from institute 14-Marjorie Howe gets bracelet from boy friend. 15-Everyone listening to World Series basketball game. Cards win-Atkinson loses bet to Spidel. 21-Spieth takes Senior pictures. 23-Seniors order invitations and namecards. Juniors choose class rings. 25-Seniors start selling magazines. 28-Juniors have "duck" wedding at P. T. A. 29-Corrie, Wright, and La Moine get blown up in lab. 5-First ball game-Beat Bellmont. 6-Pep Club presents Cheerleaders with megaphone. 15---Spidel, Shepard, and Wolfe go hunting. 20-Ag. boys lock Chapman out of class, 21-Seniors get big pictures. 26-Joan Price has watch stolen in P. E. class. 27--Sheriff Mobely is at school investigating thievery. 2-Bookkeeping class eats suckers. 3-Ball team beats Bridgeport three points. 5-Pep Club gets sweaters. 11-Junior Play "Judy Pulls the Curtain"-huge success. 18-Music concert. 20-Christmas party at school. School closes for Christmas vacation. 30-School begins again. Everyone with new clothes, compacts, and watches. '!?? 25 . ,7?'?'3v1v !Y .fa 10 -J .-:uae-.4 fee,4,.Q4a5Z ,xffybfeyyfxdc Q ,Q 41,06-v A!-fvgff l n 5 am zz ,Q-.V -, , ' .4w,,.2z.ffe6f WMU rqzfazz fffff' .Q Moms A-W-was 47 CALENDAR 1946-'47 '23 QContinuedJ Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Mar. Mar. Mar Mar Mar Mar Mar. Mar. Apr. Apr. May May May May May May 2-3-No school because of ice all over everything. 4--Win second in Little Ten Tournament. 6-Two senior girls study shorthand in Paper room. 7-Corrie falls down in kitchen-four broken tables and hole in the floor. 15-Basketball boys get treated to dinner by Farm Bureau. 16-17-Semester Exams. 24-Pep Club has Pie Supper-Huge crowd. 3-Snow all over the ground. 4-Beat Grayville. 6-Hipsher fell asleep in Bookkeeping class. 7-No school today-teachers' institute. 11-Girls learn to waltz in P. E. class. 12-No school-stoker broke. 13-Dicus and La Moine get pictures taken. a film in that camera. 19-Senior girls take pictures for annual. 28-Allendale WINS District Tournament at St. Francesville. 6--Allendale enters Regional Tournament at Mt. Carmel. Win over Albion. 7-We play again in Regional Tournament. Get beat by Crossville by one point. 8-Billy Wolfe goes to Atlanta, Georgia, to play basketball with the Indians. 19-Seniors stay after school to work on annual. 20-Seniors work all night on annual. 21--Seniors work all day on annual. Ah, at last it is off. 24-Howe comes back to school. 27-Basketball banquet. 1--April Fool's day. 1The day appropriate for all Freshmen.l 20-Hipsher's birthday. At last over that sixteen mark, 9-Junior-Senior Banquet. 16--Senior Exams. Good bye all you unlucky people. , 18-Baccalaureate. My, don't the seniors look cute in their caps and gowns. 21-Commencement. Semester Exams. 22-Semester Exams. 23-SCHOOL IS OUT!!!! Surprise, boys, there really was P. T. A. 'iz' A Parent-Teachers Association was organired last year for the first time. They have sponsored a hot lunch program for both the high school and the grade school. Mrs. Edna Turner was head-cook with Mrs. Ganell Schaffer and Mrs, Dan Reiber as assistants. They have done a splendid job in preparing the food this year. We hope they will continue their fine work on through the Years. S !'ZZff712QP6' 'M ff MMW WWMM ik, 1 . fav in-9037, f2az..J9a.,,1 yep.. !Q.,,fM4 ww, Q7M, ff 4.44 SZ ' www agmw ,GAWJJ Zfffjmawdz pa:lvfr14,,,.Q,.,.Q, Dm WWW Q 7,2 W WJMWWMMJ W,!. liz.. 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Martha: "Reduce" , my little darling, when you "For the Best in Dry Cleaning" MT. CARMEL LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANERS RISLEY'S CLEANERS "Wear Clean Clothes" Mt. Carmel, Illinois me A--me-1--A--W Memoirs Mmm-- W O O D , S STANSFlELD'S Smart Styles Mt. Carmel, Illinois Mt. Carmel, Illinois Better Clothes for Men Since 1887 Shara Lee: "Daddy, how do they catch crazy men?' Mr. Atkinson: "Oh, that's easy, a little rouge and lipstick, a hair- do and a pretty dress." Congratulations to Allendale Grades SPENCER'S L A R O S E Infant's, Children's and 224 Main - Vincennes Ladies, Ready'to'Wear Martha Corrie: "Did you notice how my voice filled the hall tonight?" Bill Wolfe: "I noticed several people leaving to make room for H lt. JESS H. SEITZ COMPANY Wm. G. Cotner, Owner Ladies', Chilclren's, Boys' and Menls Furnishings Dry Goods - Curtains House Shoes and Luggage Mt. Carmel, Illinois Compliments of KING FUNERAL HOME -A IWIEIVAIOURS A--WWW 47 STElN'S HARDWARE Compliments TANQUARYS SHQE For Your Hardware You Are Always Welcome Mt. Carmel - Albion Mrs. Hensley: fholding up cookie! "Sp'eak! Speak!" Mr. Hensley: "What'll I say?" MT. CARMEL BAKERY SMlTH'S Home of Fine Products CONFECTIONERY - Phone 37 - Doyle Wood Mt. Carmel, Illinois Mt. Carmel, Illinois Mrs. Busenhart: "Honey, a moth was in my suit." Mr. Busenhaitz "Well, it must of looked very nice on him." GHER'S HATCHERY Compliments of "Home of Sturdy Chicks" F. W. WOOLWORTH CO Allendale - Mt. Carmel no :nameless New-N----1 41 Get Your Oil and Gas at the D-X STATION Marathon Products . . Chester Jacobs, Prop. Sandwiches and Drinks Mrs. Busenhart: "What is the difference between a cat and a comma?" Frank Higgins: "A cat has claws at the end of its paws, and a comma has a pause at the end of its clause." WOLFE'S SERVICE Congratulations SHE'-L STATION SECURITY BANK OF Eats and Drinks MT. CARMEL Open 6-9, Seven Days a Week "Bank With Security" Mr. Corrie: "So you desire to become my son-in-law." Bob R.: "No, but if I marry your daughter, I don't see how I can get out of it." IF after High School graduation you are interested in the attractive and lucrative Field of Business, we invite you to ask for our descriptive literature. LOCKYEAR'S BUSINESS COLLEGE Evansville, Indiana "A Professional School of Accountancy, Business and Secretarial Science." no A- NNNN W- memoirs NNNN ---N47 MAINS' GREEN HOUSES Compliments of MT. CARMEL 4 GREENHOUSE Bonded Member Telegraph Delivery Service 1119 West Third Street Phone 195 Shepard: "Hello, sugar, are you free this evening?" Jeanie: "Well, not exactly free but very expensive.' DORSAM SA'-E5 ToMPsoN BROTHERS COMPANY Minneapolis-Moline Power Allis-Chalmers Implements Agricultural Machinery Car Truck and Tractor , Service Mt. Carmel, Illinois Mr. Hensle : "Do ou know wh the Scotchman came to America Y on a steamer?" Don Burris: "He heard that he could get Dr. Pepper for a nickel." Compliments of FARMERS' IMPLEMENT COMPANY Mt. Carmel, Illinois DeSoto - Plymouth Third and Market Phone 38 new-W lwelwoues ei Quality Groceries and General Merchandise Meats We Aim to Please Telephone 20-R3 Allendale, Illinois All extremely bright men are conceited. "Oh, I don't know," said Carl S., "I'm not." Quality Products for Less PAYNES STORE LIBERTY SERVICE G I' 1 M 1: 0'l Groceries and Hardware asc me .0 or l Fuel Oil - Phone 39 Conversion Oil Burner 927 N. Market- Phone 245 Coach Atkinson trapping on desklz "Order please." Bob R.: "Coca-Cola pleasell" Compliments of Compliments of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Phar Charles E. Forman ..,..,,--.,..-..,..-. .,.,,..,..,....,..,..,, -Ask For- HOME DAIRY MILK Mrs. Busenhart: "Bob, your essay titled 'My Mother' is just like your sister, Martha's." Bob Corrie: "Yes, mam, we both have the same mother.' ' HERFF JONES CO. - Designers and Manufacturers of - School and College Jewelry, Graduation Announcements, Medals, Cups and Trophies Indianapolis, Indiana Jewelers to Allendale High School R. L. Jacobs, Representative K The old fashioned girl who stepped out fit as a fiddle now has a daughter who comes home tight as a drum. ROY D- SHORT American and Uptown COMPANY Theaters Memorial Chapel of Mc. Carmel, Illinois Mt- Carmel 47 ..,..,.,,..,..,..,..,. .,..,..-..s..,.,..,.., A SCI-IULTHEIS AND SONS 522-524 Main Street - Vincennes A Name That is Backed by 37 Years of Fair Dealing Complete Home Furnishing Low Prices - Easy Terms Landlady: Ito prospective tenantj "How do you like this room as a whole?" Prospective Tenant: "As a hole it's fine but I'm interested in seeing a room." Compliments of l TI-IE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Allendale, Illinois Wabash County's Oldest Bank Mr. Shepard: "So you desire to become my son-in-law.' ' Bobby Dicus: "No, but if I marry Eileen, I don't see how I can get around it." Photographs By SPIETH STUDIO Olney, Illinois N- NNNN IW :Mom s s-Ww-e---1--- 41 KAMP MOTOR CO. CARLTON MOTOR CO. Dodge and Plymouth Cars and Trucks Parts for All Cars Ford - Mercury - Lincoln Cars - Trucks - Tractors Mt. Carmel, lIlinois Miss Owen: "Shirley, wake Dorothy Goodwin up." Shirley Mogomcry: "Wake her up yourself, you put her to sleep." COLBORN BROS. G.M.C. Trucks Auto Body Repairs Glass Work and Painting Compliments of Lee Chevrolet Company Alicia Becslcy: "I'm thinking of having my voice cultivated." Mrs. Busenhart: "I would suggest you have it plowed under." Before I heard the doctors tell The dangers of a kiss, I had considered kissing you The nearest thing to bliss. But now I know biology, I sit and sigh and moan, Six million mad bacteria, And I thought we were alone. I gazed into her dark blue eyes. I thought, "How she adores me." She whispered as I took her hand, "Go 'way, pal, you 'bores' me." I c0u1dn't sleep for thinking of her. Such paths my thoughts did "foller." Was I in love with her? Heck no. She owes me half a dollar. W o l l U9.-..,.,..s.-..,..-.., Z QMQS NN-.......,..s Q7 JOKES 'E' Patient frecovering from operationj : "Why all the blinds drawn Doctor?" Doctor: "Well, there's a fire across the street, and I didn't want you to wake up and think the operation was a failure." 4' lk Ik Sk lk Mr. 'Atkinsonz "What is geometry?" Student: "The little acorn grew and grew, and one day woke up and said, 'Ge-om-etry.' " Pls Ik 4' ll' lk "How come you is in jail, Sam?" "Jes for throwin' rocks outa de neighbor's yard into mine." "What's wrong with that?" "Dese was plymouth rocks." PF Ik ll IP ik Mr. Busenhart: "Can you type?" Marjorie Price: "Yes, I use the Columbus system." Mr. Busenhart: "What's that?" Marjorie P. "I discover a key, then land on it." 'f if V12 Pk if Sophomore: "How many subjects are you carrying?" Freshman: "Fm carrying one and dragging three." ' ar 'i if :if Beth Wolfe: "What did you write on my paper. I can't make it out." Mrs. Busenhart: "I asked you to write more clearly." lil if Ik 11 if "That is a skyscraper," announced the guide. Old Lady: "Oh, my! I'd love to see it work. lk il- PF Il 'F Lady, if you will give Dick Breen a nickel he'll imitate a hen." "You mean he can cackle like a hen?" asked the lady. "Naw, replied the boy, "He wouldn't do a cheap imitation like that, he'll eat a woim." 11 :S 51 Dk Pk Three men were repairing the telephone wires. As Maxine drove along in her car she saw all three men climbing poles. She said: "Look at those nuts! You'd think I'd never driven a car before." ik HF 4' if Sk Mr. Hensley: "What is the formation of a mountain?" Bernard McFarland: "I guess they're made of mole hills." t if It ll 8 Mrs. Busenhart: "Name a figure of speech." J. A. 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