Anna Jonesboro High School - Wildcat Lair Yearbook (Anna, IL)

 - Class of 1945

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Hg openi HOW orld VV reat s in this g ay ate w man- if .Jw 5. , . .22 if ,p ,mug Qrlr E Board of We Educahon . W' if we 5 L. W. BROWN, President ik WILL LINGLE, secretary gg R. L. MQCONNELL, Principal WW E DR. BERRY V. RIFE 5. ' . "...1' f CONRAD CASPER - 4 ff' s. H. BEAR ..-R .2 W. P. HARPER ' ' During the summer vacation of 1944, the High School lost one of its best friends when Walter P. Harper, President of the Board of Education, passed away. Mr. Harper served five years as President of the Board. He was a progressive leader who loved the school and spent much of his time planning the future of A-J. ill! " Cas. School Senior Class History With the close of our fourth and last high school year, we, the class of 1945 hesitate mom-entarily to recall some of our never to be forgotten memories of our happy, glorious days at A-J. ts all must do, we began as green, young Freshmen, and in the fall of 1941, 145 of us entered -the portals of A-J The class deans who served as our guiding beaconthroughout our hectic inaugural year were: Miss Clara A. Bartow, Miss Virginia Bubeck, Miss Hazel Dale, Mr. David Stroup, and Mr. Ray Williams. The stu'dent class officers chosen to lead us in 1941-42 w-ere: John S. Rendleman, President, Dorothy Lee Conant, Vice-president, Kathryn.Stockman, Secretaryg and Joy Van Amburg, Treasurer. Bill Hartline was selected as one of the school cheer-leaders, while Jane Karraker and Eddie Joe Howenstein were picked for the Board of Control. Being forever sports-conscious our class contributed Daryl Bishop, Jean Cunningham, Wayne Dusch, and John S. Rendleman to the field of sports, and they proved themselves worthy of the letters they were later to win. Though still underclassmen, we found ourselves more experienced in the every day existence at A-J when we once again entered its halls in the latter part of 1942: The faculty members who served faithfully and efficiently as our class deans were: Miss Clara A. Bartow, Miss Hazel Dale, Miss Anna May Marble, and Mr. David Stroup. Chosen to head our gay, young Sophomore regime were: Eddie Joe Howenstein, Presidentg Bob Kohler, Vice- presidentg Johnnie Rayburn, Secretary, and Bill Hartline, Treasurer. Donald Manus and Jane Karraker repre- sented our class on the Board of Control, and as in the year before, several of our number were members of both the football and basketball teams. - 'Eventually weearned the right to be addressed as upperclassmen, and in the autumn of '43 we became jolly Juniors, 102 of us. Miss Ethel Rhodes and Miss Ruby Bateman replaced- Miss Dale and Miss Marble as class super- visors with the officers being: Rex English, Presidentg Eddie Joe Howenstein, Vice-president, Virginia Brimm, Secretaryg and Louis Karraker, Treasurer. Members of the Board of Control were Jean Johnson and Donald Manus. Jane Karraker presided as head of the Athletic Association and Jean Cunningham, Wayne Dusch, Rex English, John S. Rendleman, and Ernest Treece represented us in the field of sports. Several members were in the annual Speech Plays and our greatest financial success came with the presentation of our Junior Play, "Every Family Has One," with a cast consisting of: Millicent Casper, Johnnie Rayburn, Bob Hannum, Kathryn Stockman, Donald Manus, Maxine Mull, Helen Eaves, Ola Housman, Bettie Holt, Tolbert Jones, Eddie Howenstein, and Jane Karraker. Assistant directors were: Rosalee Casper, Leatrice Williams, and Joy Van Amburg. Twelve years of diligent study were finally repaid in full when 88 grave, old Seniors began their final year of high schoolin the latter part of August, 1944. As is customary, many duties lay before us such as having our pictures taken,' class night preparation, graduation exercises, and numerous other activities that were to prepare us for our "grand exit." Mrs. Jean Boult and Mr. Earl Wayne Morris. took over positions as deans to replace Miss Rhodes and Miss Bateman. The class officers designated to guide us were: Donald Manus, Presidentg Helen Eaves, Vice-presidentg Millicent Casper, Secretary, and Donald Hankla, Treasurer. Virginia Brimm and Jean John- son were appointed to the Board of Control and Betty Lou Adams was elected head of the Pep Club. Once more we were well represented on both the gridiron and hardwood, with our boys participating in high school sports for their last time. As our final dramatic effort we chose the successful Broadway comedy hit, "My Sister Eileen," with the fol- lowing in the cast: Millicent Casper, xKathryn Stockman, Johnnie Rayburn, John S. Rendleman, Eddie Howen- stein, Helen Eaves, Louis Nimmo, Ola Housman, Bettie Holt, Donald Manus, Dorothy Lee Conant, Kilgore Knight, Dorothy Ann Boyd, Jean Johnson, Raymond Peters, Charles Stone, Ralph Lyerla, and Clyde Stewart. The assist- ant directors were: Rosalee Casper, Maxine Mull, and Janet Powles. The entire production was under the capable supervision of Mrs. Edna Gordon, whose unrelenting efforts-made the play a success. With world strife still facing us, we contributed the following members of our class to the armed forces: Wayne Dusch, Navy: Bob Hannum, Navy, Ernest Treece, Navyg and Robert Adams, Merchant Marine. Several others enlisted and were to be called to serve then greatest "alma mater" of them all-The United States of America. 'fi'-f-A M-iwwwsi JEAN C. BOULT Physical Education, Libraryg B. S., MacMurray College for Women EARL WAYNE MORRIS Musicg B. Ed., Southern Illinois Normal University, Graduate Work, University of Michigan, University of Iowa Senlor Class Deans and Offlcers rNALD MANUS HELEN EAVES MILLICENT CASPER President Vice President Secretary Treasurer CLARA A. BARTOW Mathematics, Activity Treasurerg A. B., Yankton College, Graduate Work, University of Chicago, Northwestern Univer- sityg University of Southern California, and Colorado State College of Education. DAVID M. STROUP Assistant Football Coach, Social Science, B. S., Southern Il11no1s Normal University, M. A. University of Illinois: Graduate Work, if . t 'ln-.ails Ma QW' Betty Lou Adams - Robert Adams w rg af rv 'brew Bonnie Boyd 7 .. -get rl ' 'f W., se v- 'x Bob Amunrud -- June Bartruff W C N Dorothy Ann Boyd - Virginia Boyer '-efl-f-f virginia Brimm ' -, A Q "., 1 ' Q S may '," ,fig 'Q Mary Brooks - Bob Casey y Rosalee Casper - Alice Caveness 2 Dorothy Lee Conant Q 5 5 'Qin W9 fir' EF' if Q, Marilou Coonce - Helen Cruse Jean Cunningham - Mary Dale Joe Davie Freda Davis - Mildred Davis Carroll Lee Dillow Wayne Dusch - Margaret Duschl Wayne Dye - Rex English William Eutsler Donald Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Brown, of Jonesboro, was stricken during his freshman year with a heart ailment and passed away in September 1942. He attended Jonesboro Grade Schools and completed Eighth Grade there in 1941. Although he suffered greatly, he bore his affliction without complaint. asf "Qf7"" ,wx Q 'fvwnlg-Q fl 3 ,,.-gg agp Q an Yi all 2 3 ' l 'ff 'lv i WV quam' s , fy' 'nf Carl Ferrell - Charles Foster. Fred Fritzinger - Gloria Gilmore Charlotte Gurley Bob Hannum - Bill Hartline Betty Henderson UWM 'va NX 'CF :sy-'X Wi, Opal Hinkle - Bettie Holt Ola Housman Jean Johnson Eddie Howenstein Ralph Lyerla Peggy McDonald - Imogene Menees Robert Miller - Ruby Miller Maxine Mull YQ' ? Jane Karraker - Louis Karraker ,U-uv' Kilgore Knight - Bob Kohler John Leib ...f V '. . 5 - Donald Manus 1 f" Betty Mayberry J W' 'li- i' f 5-kan. 'fb' 'ET' uw, Qs' in Louis Nimmo - Helen Nordmeyer Eileen Peeler - Charles Penrod Raymond Peters Ruth Platt - Janet Powles W Johnnie Rayburn John S. Rendleman - Wilma Rion will Hn-0' Betty Robins - Pauline Schluter Ruby Simms eg M4 ,gf 'Qmnr raw K X" X X 1 Kathryn Stockman - Charles Stone Pauline Sweitzer M! ' et taryrper - Clyde Stewart f I XJ KFWW at .,. ,N K l Fl. lg Mary Bel Toler - Ernest Treece Betty Ury - Joy Van Amburg Charles Vaughan - Ralph Wiley Ruby Wilkins - Leatrice Williams ah' "9""' Bill Wilson - Jeannie Winn Kedron Wbodard - . 3 gnu 'Wh- .im ,, 4,0 'MSQI W' 4 4 mf A AW , me ,I 1, gfg x , x. an v ' .if,- aff lil . 5 , 1 0 is .W Xi . fist? ' :vii . ' s' 'YZF' ,Siam QQ' 'Wi 'Ze,,f, ,!'!M""l'3'S, ' W X rv Q f it 5135554 128' -Qi' ' 'il' fpis Senior Credits Betty Lou Adams-Basketball Champs 1-3, An-Jo- Co-Hi Editor 4, Scratches 34, Pep Club Presi- dent 4, G. A. A. 1-2-3-4, Home Room Officer 1-2-3-4, Librarian 3, Press Club 3-4, Wau Wau Taug 4, Variety Show 2, Biology Club 2. Robert Adams-Pep Club. Bob Amunrud--Latin Club 3, Boys Home Ec. Club 4, Home Room Officer 3. June Bartruff-Pep Club 1-2, Home Room Officer 3. Bonnie Boyd-Pep Club 3-4, Home Ec. Club 2-3, Home Room Officer, 3, Student Council 1. Dorothy Ann Boyd-Pep Club 2-3-4, Operetta 1, Local Honor Society 2-3, Wau Wau Taug 3, Home Room Officer 1-2-34, Variety Show 4, Home Ec Club 1-2-3-4, Biology Club 2-3, Or- chestra 1, Scratches 4. Virginia Boyer-Pep Club 1-2-3-4, Home Room Officer 1-4, Volleyball Champs 4. Virginia Brimm-Local Honor 'Society 14, Pep Club 1-2-3-4, Variety Show 2-4, Operetta 1, Vol- leyball Champs 2-3-4, Basketball Champs 1-3, Class Officer 3,-Home Room Officer 4, Chorus 2-34, Student Council 3, Board of Control 1, Student Congress Secretary 3, Scratches 4, Librarian 2, Biology Club.2. Mary Brooks-Home Ec. Club President 4, Speech Play 3, Volleyball Champs 2-3-4, Pep Club 1- 2-3-4, Basketball Champs 1-3, Home Room Offi- cer 3-4, G. A. A. Cho1'us 1-2. Bob Casey-Biology Club 2, Boys Home Ec. Club 34 Operetta 1, Pep Club 1-2-3-4, Home Room Officer 1-2-3-4, Variety Show 4, Chorus 1-3-4, Librarian 2. Millicent Casper-Wau Wau, Taug 1-2-34, Local Honor Society 3-4, Latin Club 1-2, Junior Play 3, Pep Club 1-2-34, Variety Show 24, Operetta 1, Volleyball Champs 2-3-4, Basketball Champs 3, Class Secretary 4, Scratches 4, Student Coun- cil 4, Chorus 1-4, Band 1-2-3, Orchestra 1-2-3, Home Room Officer 2-3, Speech Play 3, An-Jo- Co-Hi 4, Biology Club 2, Senior Play 4, Press Club 4.' Rosalee Casper-Wau Wau Taug 2-34, Local Honor Society 2-3, Home Room Officer 2-3-4, Volley- ball Champs 2-34, Basketball Champs 3, Pep Club 1-2-3-4, Band 1-2-3-4, Orchestra 1-2-3-4, Variety Show 24, G. A .A. Board 34, Home Ec. Club 1-2, Biology Club 2, Librarian 3, Press Club 4, Scratches 4, Senior Play 4. Alice Cavaness-Pep Club 1. Dorothy Lee Conant-Student Congress and Coun- cil Sec. 4, G. A. A. 1-2-34, Local Honor Society 2-3 Volleyball Champs 2-3-4, Basketball Champs 3, Badminton Champs 2, Pep Club 1-2-3-4, Latin Club 1-2, Biology Club 3, Home- Ec. Club 2, Senior Play 4, Scratches 4, Variety Show 2, Home Room Officer 1-2-3-4, Football Queen 4, Class Officer 1. - Marilou Coonce-Home Room Officer 3. Helen Cruse-Pep Club 2. Jean Cunningham-Basketball 2-3-4, Football 3-4, Intramural Basketball Champs 2, F. F, A. 1-2-3, Volleyball Champs 4, C. Club President 4. Mary Dale-Band 2-3, Home Ec. Club 1-2. Joe Davie-Band 2-3-4, Orchestra 4, F. F. A. 1, Physics Club 4, Home Room President 1-2-3-4. Freda Davis-Band 2-3. Mildred Davis-Speech Plays 3, G. A. A. 1-2-3-4, President of G. A. A. 4, Home Ec. Club 1-2, Press Club 4, Librarian 3. Carroll Lee Dillow-F. F. A. 1-2-3-4, Band 1-2-34, Orchestra 4. Wayne Dusch-Navy-President Athletic Associa- tion. Margaret Duschl-Pep Club 1-2-3-4. Wayne Dye-Transfer from Dongola 4, Home Room President 4, Pep Club 4. Helen Eaves-Class Vice President 4, Junior Play 3, Wau Wau Taug 3-4, Scratches 4, Home Ec. Club 2-3-4, Student Council 4, Home Room Officer 1, Press Club 4, Operetta 1, Chorus 1-4, Variety Show 4, Senior Play 4. Rex English-Junior Class President, Home Ec. President 4, Basketball 3-4, ,Football 4, Pep Club President 3, "C" Club 3-4. William Eutsler-Boys Home Ec 3, Pep Club 2-3-4, Student Council 1, Home Room Officer 1-2. Carl Ferrell-F. F. A. 2-3-4, President of F. F. A. 4, Student Council 3, Football 2-3-4, Latin Club 4, "C" Club 4. Charles Foster-Transferred from Marion. Fred W. Fritzing,er-Latin Club 1-2-4, Press Club 34, Home- Room Officer 4, Quill and Scroll 3-4, President 4, Scratches 3, Press Club Treasurer 3, President Quill and Scroll 4. Senior Credits Gloria Gilmore-G. A. A. 4, Home Room Officer 3, Variety Show 4, Chorus and Choir, Pep Club 1-2-3-4. Charlotte Gurley-G. A. A. 1-2-3-4, Band 1-2, Chorus 1-2. Donald Hankla-Pep Club 3-4, Class Treasurer 4, Press Club 2-3, Boys Home Ec. 4. Bob Hannum-Navy. Bill Hartline-Latin Club 1-2, Biology Club 2, Class Treasurer 2, Speech Play 2, Pep Club 1-2, Student Council 3, Home Room Officer 2. Betty Henderson-Transfer from Cypress 2, Home Ec. Club 4. Opal Hinkle-Girls Home Ec Club 2-4. Bettie Holt-Pep Club 1-2-3-4, G. A. A. 4, Speech Play 3, Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4, Chorus Officer 2, Lacol Honor Society 1-2-3, National Honor Society 3, Wau Wau Taug 2-3-4. Ola Housman-Cheer-leader 2-3-4, Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4, Pep Club 1-2-3-4, Home Room Officer 2, Wau Wau Taug 3-4, Variety Show 4. Eddie Howenstein-Class President 2, Band 1-2, Class Vice-Pres. 3, Boys Home Ec. Treasurer 4, Annual Staff 4, Scratches 4, Speech Play 3, Junior Play 3, Variety Show 2, Senior Play 4, Press Club 3-4, Pep Club 1-2-3-4, Local Honor Society 1-2, Home Room Officer 2. Jean Johnson-Local Honor Society 1-2-3-4, Board of' Control 3-4, Secretary of Athletic Associa- tion 3, Pep Club 1-2-3-4, Speech Play 3, Biology Club 2-3, Home Ec. Club 1-2-3, Press Club Sec. 4, Scratches 4, An Jo Co Hi 4, Home Room Officer 3-4, Wau Wau Taug 4. Jane Karraker-Student Council 1-2-3-4, Junior Play 3, Board of Control 1-2-3, President of Athletic Association 3, Press Club 3-4, G. A. A. Wau Taug 2-3-4, Louis Karraker-Local Honor Society 1-2-3, Wau 1.3.4, Press Club 1, Student Council 1-3, Junior Class Treasurer, Home Room Officer Kilgore Knight-Senior Play 4, Latin Club 4, Physics Club 4. Bob Kohler-Boys Home Ee. Club 3-4, F. F. A. 1-2-34, Home Room Officer 1-2, 'Class Vice- President 2, Boys Sport Manager 1-2-3. John Leib-Home Room Officer 1-2-4, Chorus 2, Pep Club 2-4, Biology Club 2--4, Press Club 4, Physics Club 4, Class Football and Basketball Champs 4, Scratches 4, Football Announcer 2-4, I. H. -S. A. 4, Annual Staff 4. Ralph Lyerla-F. F. A. 1-2-3-President 2-3, Foot- ball 4, Wau Wau Taug 3-4, National Honor Society 3-4, Local Honor Society 3, Boys Home Ec. Club 4, Pep Club 1-2-3-4, "C" Club 4, Foot- ball Home Room 1-2-3. Donald Manus-Physics Club President 4, Biology Club 2-3-4, Latin Club 2, Pep Club 3-4, Board of Control 2-3, Local Honor Society 3, National Honor Society 3-4, Student Council 1-3-4 Vice- President 4, Wau Wau Taug 2:3-4, Chorus 1-4, Operetta 1, Speech Plays 3, Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4, Class President 4, Home Room Officer 1-2-3, Class Champions in Basketball and Football 4. Betty Mayberry-Girls Sport Manager 1-2-3-4, Home Room Officer 1-2-4, Assistant Director Junior Play 3, Chorus 1-2-4, Variety Show 4. Peggy McDonald-Girls Sports Manager 2-4. Imogene Menees--Home Ec. Club 4, Librarian 4, Chorus 1, Style Show 1. . Robert Miller-F. F. A. 1-2-3. Ruby Miller-Pep Club 4. Maxine Mull-Home Room Officer 1-2, Pep Club 1-2-3-4, Officer 3, Press Club 4, Junior Play, Student Council 2, Variety Show 2-4, G. A. A. G. A. A. 1-2-3-4, An-Jo-Co-Hi 4, Scratches 4, Librarian 3. Louis Nimmo-Boys Home' Ec. Club 4, Press Club 4, Statistion for Football Squad 2-4, Football and Basketball Manager 2, Senior Play 4, Band 1-2-3. Helen Nordmeyer-Style Show 1, Speech Play 3. Eileen Peeler-Pep Club 4. Charles Penrod-Scratches 4, Pep Club 1-2-3-4, F. F. A. 1-2-3, Home Ec. Club 4, Press Club 4. Raymond Peters-Physics Club 4, Pep Club 1-2-3-4, Wau Wau Taug 2-3-4, Home Room Officer 4, Latin Club 1-2. Senior Credits Ruth Platt-Home Ec. Club 2, Biology Club 2, Pep Club 2-3-4, Chorus 4, Home Room Officer 3, Variety Show 4, Speech Play 3, Transferred from Golconda 2. Janet Powles-Pep Club 1-2-3-4, Press Club 4, Home Room Officer 2-4, Chorus 1-2-4, Choir 1-2, Annual 4, Scratches 4, Variety Show 2-4, Oper- etta 1, Senior Play Assistant Director 4. Johnnie Rayburn-Pep Club 1-2-3-4, Home Room Officer 1-2-3-4, Class Officer 1, Biology Club 2, Speech Plays 3, Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4, Editor-in-chief of Scratches 4, Business Man- ager of An Jo Co Hi 4, Boy's Home Ec. Club 4, Quill and Scroll 4, School Volleyball Champs 4. John S. Rendleman-Class President 1, Foobtall 3-4, Volleyball School Champs 4, Class Free Throw Champ 2, National Athletic Scholarship Society 3-4, Press Club 1-2-3-4, Quill and Scroll 3-4-Secretary 4, "C" Club 3-4- Secretary 4, Boys Home Ec. Club 4, Home Room Officer 1-2-3-4, Senior Play 4, Student Council 4. cil 4, Chairman of Homecoming 2-3-4, Wau Wau Taug 4. Wilma Rion-Home Room Treasurer 3, Home Room President 2, Librarian 3, Home Ec Club 1-2-3-4. Betty Robins-Speech Plays 3, Home Room Officer 1-2-3, G. A. A. 4, Pep Club 1-2-3-4, Chorus and Choir 2-3-4, Variety Show 4. Pauline Schluter-Home Room President 3, Trans- ferred from Dongola 2. Ruby Simms-Biology Club 2, Latin Club 1, Home Ec. Club 1, Pep Club 1-2. Betty Stamper--Pep Club 2-3-4, Home Ec. Club 2-3-4, Local Honor Society. Clyde Stewart-Football 4, Letterman 4, HC" Club 3-4, Basketball Manager 1-2, Boys Home Ec. Club 3-4, Student Council 2, Home Room President 1, Pep Club 1-2-3-4. Kathryn Stockman--G. A. A. 1-2-3-4, Band 1-2-3-4, Orchestra 2-3-4, Local Honor Society 2-3, Hdme Ec. Club 2-3, Press Club 4, Typist for Scratches 4, Class Secretary 1, Home Room Treasurer 4, Latin Club 1-2, Pep Club 1-2-3-4, Junior Play, Senior Play, Speech Plays 3, Variety Show 2-4. Charles 'Stone-Boys Home Ec Club 3, Speech Plays 4, Home Room President 2. Pauline Sweitzer--Home Room Officer, Pep Club, G. A. A. Mary Bel Toler--Home Room Officer 1-2-3-4, Home Ec. Club. Betty Ury-Pep Club 4, Latin Club 2, Home Room Officer 1-2-3-4, Librarian 2. Joy Van Amburg-Class Treasurer 1, Home Room Officer 1-2-3-4, Latin Club 3, Assistant Director Junior Play. Charles Vaughan-Band 2-3, F. F. A. 1-2-3-4, Vol- leyball Championship 4, Pep Club 2-3-4, Boys Home Ec. Club 4. Ralph Wiley-Pep Club. Ruby Wilkins-Pep Club 1-2-3-4, Home Room Sec- retary 2, Girls Sports Manager, Student Coun- cil 1, Home Ec. Club 12-3. Leatrice Williams-Mixed chorus 2, Assistant Di- rector of Junior Play, Girls Chorus 2, Band 2-3-4, Pep Club 4, Home Room Officer 1-2-4. Bill Wilson--Boys Home Ee. Club 3-4, Home Room Sport Manager 1, Stage Manager of Speech and Junior Plays 3, Stage Manager of Senior Play 4. Jeannie Winn-Pep Club 1-2-3-4, Home Ec. Club 1-2-3, Drum Majdrette 1-2, G. A. A. 1-2, Chorus 4, Variety Show 4, Home Room Officer 122-3-4. Kedron Woodard-Home Room Officer 2, Pep Club 4. S f W "Xl X, , is , I s EMMA BRICKEY Social Scienceg B. Ed., D I Southern Illinois Normal Universityg Graduate Work University of Iowa " 495 f ,su-..... PK! CHARLES ASK'EW Mathema5cs and Scienceg B. Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers Collegeg M. S. University of ,ff Illinois Junior Class Deans and Officers was Ki . Q-,css Ri W I ig Sim 1 :il Q y-Q '50 k .,- 4. ' ' - ""' X ' frm C - . DONALD WAYNE LEROY MURRAY CHOATE PAT BROWN BOSWELL RENDLEMAN Treasurer Secretary jf!! President Vice-President My N X, OLIVER K. LOOMIS A 3 Vocational Agriculture ,S B. s. and M. s. sr N x University of Illinois S, lx I ETHEL RHODES General Science, Homemaking, Artg B. S. in Education Southeast Missouri State Teachers College .WP Q QM Q-IP" in ,asm fi FK' nw 'WDW 5-'Yi' K 'W Q EI Row 1 Walter Aaron - Natalie Amunrud Ralph Bartruff - Alice Bauer Jean Bauer Row 2 Betty Boyd - Betty Broadway Row 3 Afton Brown -- Geraldine Caraker, Row 4 Mildred- Casper - Billy Cates Row 5 Norma Coffman -- Marjorie Coombs Row 6 Catherine Crisslp - Shirley Cross Jeanetta Cunningham -- Mary Alice Daubs Bob Davis fg W5'Q W- if ' -Q dll! 13' Q i sf 'ls 'avi .. f-.uv f-i ':.-?- , ,,A. W iw sae Row 1 Marathon Dodd - Ruby Maxine Earnhart Dimple Elam - Harold English Bette Farrer Row 2 Charles Ferguson - Margetta Fox Row 3 Donald Ray Frick - Earl Frick Row 4 Glorie Fritze - Glen Fuller Row 5 Junior Fuller - John L. 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Jackson Leon Kirkpatrick - Lucille Kirschner James Knight, Row 2 Norma Jean Lacy - Bob Lingle Row 3 Carl McCarver - James Martin Row 4 Marilyn Messamore - Doris Millis Row 5 Willma Musgrave - James Newton Row 6 Ann Patterson - Jim,Pearl Duane Pugh - Betty Rich Berry Rife gent e e M J Q we X' Row 1 Jane Russell - Henry Sadler Mary Scarsdale - Betty Schaefer Earl Smick Row 2 Barbara Smith - Joyce Treece Row 3 Betty Lou Tripp - Faye Tucker Row 4 Carol Venerable - Junior Verble Row 5 Charles Walker - Bob White Row 6 Betty Lou Williams - Katherine Eleanor Wood - Wanda Youngs Vannah Lee Zwahlen J Hrs 1553 J Q ' aa f' iz..-:I W ig..-svwf:-..i,, wwf' A i .,..- ax,- M . , .W CARL VERBLE, President DONALD RENDLEMAN. 'ce-Presiden Qi N sq 11 Ji - -- 9 BILL CRAFT, Secretary BOB WOMICK, Treasurer Sophomore Class Deans and Cfficers Virginia E. Bradley --Commerceg B. M. MacMurray Colleg eg Bradley Polytechnic Commerce Insittuteg Western Illinois State Teachers' Collegeg Uni- versity of Southern Californiag Denver Uni- versity. Mary D. Wingate- Literature, Journalismg A. B. University of Iowag M. A. Boston University. Irene Wright-Eng- lish, Historyg B. Ed., Southeast Missouri State Teachers' Col- legeg graduate work, University of Wiscon- sing Columbia Univer- sity. Elizabeth B u e ll- Scienceg B. Ed., South- ern Illinois Normal Universityg M. A., Ob- erlin College. Edna Gordon-Eng lish, Dramaticg B. S. and M. A. Northwest- ern Universityg grad- uate work, University of Iowag University of Minnesota. .n Q i-Qif , . 1. Y 1 , W' ' M ,Q 3 Frances Anderson - Camille Baker ' Billy Ballard - Lorene Bartru ' 'L ggi- A at A bwgx-M Q :Q Lf y X GGL. 5 9901-1 ivgh Duward Bean - Anita Boyd E 3 ' Q 4 Don Boyd: - Jane Boyd mm' x13":".' iA'lf'le:t.f'.':'.-. W ' I ff' R M - f fsm - N T 'SST' ,- E ....- 5 Q '--' Tv ,. 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Rosetta Pender - Tommy Penland Q 'R A " 1 .gt - Mark Penninger - Joe Peters QW, Amos Pratt -- Vanita Ruth.Rader .ax .- ..., ,...,. , haze David Rendleman - Roy Rendleman Q ' E Everett Rhinehart - Norma Jean Sellars 1 ' ' r 5 W . 'Bmw 'U' i R W Dee Smith M- Mary Alice Smith 5393 - R ..... Verdus Ray Stokes - Barbara Stroup Charlene Tate -- Jack Terpinitz Dorothy Thompson - Erenstine Thompson Rose Ellen Townsend - Norma June Treece J Marjorie Ann Treece - Harold Vaughn ,.....,..f L Qi Grace Sitter - Lloyd Sitter ' .aww aka 'fr' +P, .,e- , L tu l K bltl S ' 'ii gl Q, Fr . '-if-Q ' 1-i,si D W tm L 6 A X I J g A Rv' Margaret Walker - Frances White Max Whitlock - Marilyn Williams 'I . V Q R Tom Wilson . M Bill Davis - Virginia Wilson Robert Wright gg fi B f eff' 1 "'i' gif ,. . ,I l vlll :. .- MQW r m we 1 2 A .H - 1 PAUL SMICK, President BOBBY URY, Vice-President . 2 M hh A - i nf" uf sk MARY MCCOMMONS, Secretary LARRY PETERS, Treasurer mm, Freshmen Class Deans and Officers Ella Pickles Sanders English - B. Ed.g Sou- thern Illinois Normal Universityg University of Chicagog University of Illinoisg University of Colorado. Mary Evelyn Sivia- English, Foreign Lan- gaugeg B. Ed., Southern Illinois Normal Univer- sityg M. A., University of Wisconsing Graduate Work, Sorbonne. Paul Houghton -- Coach, Physical Educa- tiong B. S. and M. S., University of Illinois. Mary E. Holmes- Vocational Homemak- ingg B. Ed.g Southern Illinois State Teachers Collegeg Graduate work, Colorado State College, Columbia Uni- versity. Ariscel Reese-Com merceg B. Ed.g Southern Illinois Normal Uni- versity, University of Illinois. t G fbi, v' v v 1 I if I I e' 59" 'Graves-ll .- , .f- X ,f 7. . 3 J ' .. .3 . 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T.. ,:,f,' :il 'V fl at 4 , e 4 5 ,.':.l,i,:'4': iqiinfl 3: va N 4 if Q h Q .ii ' l 1 . 1 Q , 1 4' z--. f- 1. 1 - - . - f' E sa V l .l I '6 ca Q 'fn n 3 1. " , 9 9, 1 I Q A 4 Q Q an af 1 .QP .w .H N ,,f, 1: 1 if 1 .1 F-lg k- 4 45' 1000 MOLLY PENNINGER, Nurse MAXINE KING, Secretary AGNES SMICK, Secretary ROSCOE SMICK, Custodian BILLIE PEELER, Custodian Q., mv-'X 1 " .., ix R 3 fi i 5 G .1 x ' K - K ,.gyM,,.,,, X P i .nib x S , 315 Q 'N s 2,53 its sims? 2 L... gsm Swv O O A ,.w.3...W G pw n 5 as '. Y ...W-a-1 MORRIS SANDERS HOUGHTON Q- 3 Q3 as 3 HOLMES REESE l -arm. mm., -vw, IIIIB WEHWF' -V 2-ru Us .5 'lb 1 SS 1 National Honor Society Millicent Casper Jane Karraker Donald Manus Ralph Lyerla Betty Stamper Sponsor-Virginia Bradley Local Honor Society SENIORS-Millicent Casper, Jean Johnson, Jane Karraker, Louis Karraker, Dorothy Ann Boyd, Rosa- lee Casper, Dorothy Lee Conant, Donald Manus, Betty Stamper, Kathryn Stockman and Ralph Lyerla. JUNIORS-Donald Wayne Boswell, Pat Brown, Bob Davis, Dimple Elam, Ann Patterson, Carol Vener- able, Jim Martin, Duane Pugh, Berry Rife, Jane Russell and Kath- erine Williams. SOPHOMORES - Bonita Johnson, John Norman Keller, Carroll Loomis, Pat Lowrance, Bob Rader, Vanita Ruth Rader, David Rendle- man, Grace Sitter, Marjorie Ann Treese, Marilyn Williams. Sponsor,-Virginia Bradley. Wau Wau Toug Members Millicent Casper, s-elected in 1941-42. Rosalee Casper, Donald Manus, Ann Patterson, Betty Stamper, Donald Wayne Boswell, Raymond Peters, Jane Karraker, Louis Kar- raker, and Dimple Elam, selected in 1942-43. Helen Eaves, Ralph Lyerla, Dorothy Ann Boyd, Jean Johnson, Ola Housmen, Catherine Schwarz'- lose, and James Martin, selected in 1943-44. Pat Brown, Ruth Platt, Rex English, Carol Venerable, Dorothy Conant, Faye Tucker, Bob Davis, Wilma Rion, Carl Ferrell, Kathryn Stockman, John S. Rendleman, John Norman Keller, Bonita John- son, Virginia Brimm, Berry Rife, Geraldine Caraker, Jean Cunning- ham, and Betty Lou Adams, select- ed in 1944-45. The Board of Control The Board of Control is the governing body of' the Athletic Association, 'it authorizes payment of all bills, transacts all business and makes suggetions for the im- provement of the organization. Wayne Dusch was president of this group, ex-officio, and- Pat Brown was secretary. Jean John- son and Virginia Brimm were the senior members of the Board, Don- ald Wayne Boswell and Pat Brown, the junior members, David Rendle- man and Billy Bob Hindman, the sophomore membersg and Ronald Swain and Betty Spires, the fresh- men members. Miss Clara A. Bar- tow, school treasurer, and Paul J. Houghton, coach, sponsored both the Athletic Association and the Board of Control. Athletic Association Governing, regulating, and fin- ancing athletics at A-J are the tasks of the Athletic Association, in con- junction with the Board of Control. Every student is a member of the Athletic Association and given the right to participate at each meet- ing. Wayne Dusch was president this yearg Donald Wayne Boswell, vice- presidentg and Jean Johnson, sec- retary. National Athletic Scholarship Society The purpose of the National Athletic Scholarship Society is to stimulate high scholarship, leader- ship and high ideas of sportsman- ship among the athletes. To qualify for membership a boy must have an average for three consecutive semesters of a "B" or higher. He must have won an ath- letic letter and must have exempli- fied the highest type of. citizenship and sportsmanship. The members for this year are Iohn S. Rendleman, Donald Wayne Boswell, and Jim Martin. Sponsor: Paul Houghton. ,A QSM we ' flaw To enter the "C" Club a major letter in some sport must have been won, and clean living and sportsmanship must have been maintained. The members this year were: Ernst Treece, Dayne Dusch, Le Roy Rendleman, Tom Peeler, Jim Martin, Earl Smick, Raymond Garrott, Ralph Lyerla, Bill Craft, Donald Wayne Boswell, Joe Dodd, Bob Davis, Carl 'Ferre1l, Henry Sadler, Carl Verble, and Harold English. The officers were: President, Jean Cunningham, vice-president, Clyde Stewartg secretary, John S. Rendlemang treasurer, Rex English. Sponsor: Paul J. Houghton. 55 99 PHYSICS '55 Organized for the first time this year, the Physics Club is open to all who are interested in Physics The meetings are scenes of scientific experiments and interesting demonstrations. ' D ld M ' - ' ' . - . Mer- ona anus was president, Louis Karraker, vice president, Raymond Peters, secretaryg Duane Pugh, 151-eas- The other members were: Fred Harvey, John Leib, Charles Walker, Joe Davie, Kilgore Knight John Lewis Gardner, Carol Lee Dillow, Carol Loomis, and Donald Rendleman. Sponsor: Charles Askew. y ZIPSE-'JIr'UZE11lJU 230'-1 MHVSIPFUDUIPPQ HZIPLQ 'U H cn V1 .... Q- ru E5 ff' 4 .... Q 'P 'U '-s on W ,... Qu cu 5 'PF CD 0 . 2 cn FY' nv H '4 ZIPIML1 ZOUJZEOH 1 Sponsoring the annual Homecoming and a gigantic all-school carnival were the main activities of the A-J Press Club during the 1944-45 scholastic year. The officers of the organization were: John S. Rendleman, President, Jane Karraker, Vice-president, Jean Johnson, Secretary, Gloria Fritze, Treasurer, and Jane Russell, Student Coun- cil representative. Members were: Johnnie Rayburn, Donald Boswell, Berry Rife, Fred Fritzinger, Dorothy Ann Boy, Louis Nimmo, Ann Patterson, Betty Lou Adams, Dorothy Lee Conant, Rosalee Casper, Rex English, Carol Venerable, Mildred Davis, Kathryn Stockmanf Eddie Howenstein, Janet Powles, David Rendleman, Vanita Ruth Rader, John N. Keller, Marjorie Treese, Norma Gene Sellars, Bob Rader, and Millicent Casper. Mary De Wolf Win- gate was faculty advisor. Scratch es Staff School news, features, editorials, club and service news, and sports have been the contents of a six page bi- weekly edition of the A-J Scratches of 194445, published by the Scratches Staff. Heading the staff were: Johnnie Rayburn, editor-inechiefg John Leib, front page editorg Maxine Mull, editorial page editor, Betty Lou Adams, feature editorg and Eddie Howenstein and Louis Nimmo, sports editors, Earl Smick's artistic contributions were indeed a profit. Sponsor: Mary De Wolf Wingate, Jean Johnson Dorothy Lee Conant Typ i s ts Jane Karraker Dorothy Ann Boyd Millicent Casper Betty Lou Adams Kathryn Stockman if bysvo ,fees Top Row- Bottom Row- Mary D. Wingate-Advisor Maxine Mull-Photography Editor Betty Lou Adams-Editor Eddie Howenstein-Circulation Manager Janet Powles-Assistant Editor Johnnie Rayburn,-Business Manager John S. Rendleman-Associate Editor Earl Smick-Advertising Manager Annual Staff Publication of the "An-Jo-Co-Hi" of 1945 was made possible through the efficient efforts of the annual staff of A-J. Members chosen to staff the publication were Betty Lou Adams, editorg Janet Powles, assistant editorg John S. Rendleman associate editorg Maxine Mull, photography editorg Earl Smick, advertising managerg Eddie Howenstein, circulation managerg and Johnnie Rayburn, business manager. To Mary D. Wingate, the faculty advisor, goes deep appreciation for her all-out efforts in producing the annual that the staff so desired to give A-J in 1945. To have an annual which would please every student would be impossible, but we, the staff, have worked to the best of our ability to bring satisfaction to the student body as a whole, with what avail- able materials we could obtain. Thanks to the whole student body for your cooperation. WDA Quill and Scroll This year the members are: Fred Fritzinger, Presi- dentg John S. Rendleman, Secretary, Johnnie Rayburn, John Leibg Louis Nimmog Ed- die Joe Howenstein, Maxine Mull, Betty Lou Adams, Mil- licent Casper. Quill and Scroll is an international honorary society for outstanding high school journalists. At AJ we have the Elmer Davis Chapter, named in honor of the former director of the Office of War Infor- mation. This chapter, chartered in 1942, has been distinguished by members who have done exception- ally commendable work in the journalistic field. Sponsor: Mary De Wolfe Wingate. The journalism class this year, under the instruction of Mary D. Wingate, has been responsible for the A-J Scratches, the Annual, and selling the advertising for our tournament programs. They have also been responsible for school articles which were sent to the downtown papers each week for "A-J Scratches" column. Chosen as the staff for this were Maxine Mull, editor, and Rosalee Casper, assistant editor. A In the CIHSS, emphasis WHS Placed 011 writing news stories, features, editorials, and re-writing articles. A brief history of printing, early newspapers, types and results of libel, and outstanding juornalists were also studied. 5 S 512 Journalism H Class' Betty Lou Adams, Wayne Dye, Millicent Casper, Rosa- lee Casper, Helen Eaves, Ed- i die Joe Howenstein, Jean Johnson, John Leib, Maxine Mull, Louis Nimmo, Charles Penrod, Janet Powles, John S. Rendleman, Earl Smick, Johnnie Rayburn, Jane 1 Rus- sell, Dorothy Boyd, and Charles Vaughan. Cleaning The Attic The Speech Department at A-J, under the direction of Mrs. Edna Gor- don, staged three very excellent pro- ductions on October 24, 1944. The first of these was a comedy of situa- tions entitled "They Clean The Attic' with a cast composed of Jim Pearl, Mary Alice Daubs, and Geraldine Caraker. Assistant director was Jean Bauer. The second attraction, "One Egg", a comedy with the action sup- posedly taking place at a small cafe in New York City. The characters were: Charles Stone, Betty Jo Gil- lespie and Jim,Martin. The assistant director was Catherine Crissip. For a grand finale, the Speech 'classes presented "The Voice of America," a choral drama with Mr. Earl Wayne Mon'is in charge of th-e music. Vannah Lee Zwahlen was the piano accompanist while Muriel Pruitt and Henry Sadler served as assistant directors. The drama had a very large cast consisting of the following: Walter Aaron, Natalie Amunrud, Ralph Bartruff, Jean Bauer, Betty Boyd, Donald Boswell, Bill Cates, Murray Choate, Bob Davis, Charles Ferguson, i Junior Fuller, Gloria Fritze, .John Gardner, Ray- mond Garrott, Jim Hileman, Don- ald Hood. ,J. L. Jackson, Marilyn Messamore, Doris Millis, Duane Pugh, Berry Rife, Barbara Smith, Bob White, Alice Bauer, Norma Jean Coffman, Catherine Grissip, Ruby Earnhart, Earl Frick, Fred Harvey, Kilgore Knight, Wilma Musgrave, Muriel Pruett, Henry Sadler, Mary Scarsdale, Betty Tripp, Joyce Treece, Wanda Faye Tucker, and Junior Verble. One Egg Senior Play The Broadway play, "My Sister Eileen was presented on Friday 13 with outstanding never-to-be-forgotten, success: thanks to well chosen cast and the patience of Mr: Edna Gordon and assistant directors. The cast was as follows: Mr. Appopolus ........,... Johnnie Raybur' Ruth Sherwood , Eileen Sherwood L-- Kathryn Stockmai W-- Millicent Caspe Jensen ,UM s,,. ,,.... K ilgore Knigh The Wreck ,. , L Mr. Fletcher s A L ---- John S. Rendlemai ----s-,, Bob Casei Helen Wade .,..,. ,,....,.... H elen Eavc Frank Lippcncott Chic Clark ,.... Cassock -,---, Violet Shelton --- Mrs. Wade ,,.. Robcrt Baker .... Walter Sherwood Eddie Joe Howensteii ------, Louis Nimmm -- Ralph Lyerl: ------- Ola Housmai M- Dorothy Ann Boyc --- Donald Manu: --- Raymond Peter: Prospective Tenant .,,. Dorothy Lee Conant The Counsul .,..,..... , Ls, Ralph Lyerlz A Pair of Drunks ,w.. Bob Casey, Louis Nimmc Street Vendor c,,c,.........r, Bettie Holi Admirals-Clyde Stewart, Charles Stone, Louis Nimmo, Ralph Lyerla, Carl Ferrell Bob Casey. Assistant Directors-Rosalee Casper, Jane1 Powles. Maxine Mull. Junior Play Presenting a three-act comedy, under the direction of Mrs. Edna Gordon, the Junior Class registered a very capable performance, entitled "Junior Miss," The characters were- Elevator Boy --- Harry Graves --- Grace Graves --- Hilda ...... Lois Graves --- Judy Graves --- Fluffy Adams -- J. B, Curtis --- Ellen Curtis .... Willis Reynolds -- Haskell Cummings Tommy Arbuckle Merrill Ferbach -- Barlow Adams .... Sterling Brown -- School Group- Raymond Garrott ----- Berry Rife --- Eleanor Woods --- Faye Tucker --- Pat Brown ----- Dimple Elam Carol Venerable --- Donald Boswell -- Ann Patterson -- ---- Donald Hood -- ----- Bob Davis ---- --- Murray Choate --- Duane Pugh --- J. L. Jackson - - - - Jim Hileman Jean Bauer, Geraldine Caraker, Mildred Casper, Jeanetta Cunningham, Marjorie Coombs, Betty Jo Gillespie, Jane Russell, Barbara Smith. We rg ,No ""'Nw-,W hu...-,. mple Elam, ie, Di 3V Choate, Bob Davis, Joe D ay Murr dred Casper, Rosalee Casper, per, Mil Cas ll maL0 Em Ellen Bear, ed estra featur The orch Jackson, Jim Pearl, Bob Rader, Vanita Ruth Rader, Robert Jackson, J. L. Ricky Henry, Donald Hood, 7 e Tomp tin an, Ernes km n Stoc Kathry Charles Rife, Earl Smick, and Carol Venerable. iw ', N' f ,J Qe 9 34535 . lf if? 0,9 W W S ul Vw. ....,,,..J . J .vi ' I .5?t?.'E'fyz. P M Y' 'V .7 ' A u X ' 5 I I Q ' o I 0 J n' ws' -rf" Z " ' A A , , x . . , V W,W.,, 1 Q, Q ' i AL" " ,A K KX ? H x K h imp, X X A Band Ellen Bear, Shirley Broadway, Pat Brown, Donald Lee Campbell, Emma Lou Casper, Mildred Cas- per, Rosalee Casper, Murray Choate. Bob Davis, Charles F. Davis. Joe Davie, Carroll Lee Dillow, Dimple Elam, Joan Graves, Joyce Gray, Barbara Hight, Ricky Henry, Donald Hood, J. L, Jackson, Robert Jackson, John N. Keller. Leon Kirkpatrick, Caroll Loomis. Doris Millis. Pat Nalley, Jim Pearl, Bob Rader, Vanita Rader, Berry Rife, Lloyd Sitter, Earl Smick, Betty Spires. Jeanetta Steele, Kathryn Stockman, Charlene Tate, Ernestine Tompkins, Carol Venerable. Leatrice Williams, and Carmen John- son compose the personnel of the band. Earl Wayne Morris-Director Carroll Dillow-Captain Rosalee Casper-Lieutenant Vanita Ruth RaderfDrum Majorette Jim Pearl---Lieutenant Berry Rife-Librarian Earl Smick-Student Director Joe Davie-Lieutenant Mildred Casper-Secretary Kathryn Stockman-Captain Pat Brown-Lieutenant Carol Venerable-Librarian .!"...... ,z wilt. strip ii Variety Show Establishing itselt' as a school institution, the Anna-Jonesboro Music Department. under the di- rection of Earl Wayne Morris, charges plainly into this years limelight, Mr. Morris and his charges not only played tor football and basketball games. but added beauty and interest to those events. Two concerts! one in the tall and one in the spring, were given. and two new features were added. School dances at whieli a swing orchestra played. plus a heavily attended and greatly enjoyed Variety Show, rounded out the departments activities. OGG I Pep Club The Pep Club is the "boosting" organization in school, open to all who wish to attend school activities and boost them. This year's officers were: PrGSider1t, Betty L011 Adamsz Vice-president, Ca- mille Bakerg Secretary, Marjorie Coombs, Treasurer Clyde Stewart? Student C0l111Cil FSPI'0S9HtHtiVe. Betty Schaefferg Press Correspondent, LeRoy Rendlemang Sponsor, Mary E. Sivia. Members Betty Lou Adams, Camille Baker, Marjorie Coombs, Jr. Stewart, La Cene Dillow, Maxine Sweitzer. Frances Anderson, Vanita R. Rader, Emma Lou Casper, Doris Hankla, Grace Sitter, Norma Gene Sel- lars, Katherine Dusch, Pat Lowrance, Marilyn Williams, Martha Day, Matella McIntosh, Bonita John- son, Ruth Platt, Barbara Stroup, Bill Hartline, William Eustler, Marie AHr0I1, Anita Boyd, Betty Stam- per, David Rendleman, Ola Housman, Loretta Absher, Shirley Broadway, Jeanetta Steele, Bob Flet- cher, Bill Hindman, Everett Rinehart, Harold English, Barbara Smith, Jane Russell, Eleanor Wood, Kathryn Will.ams, Ann Patterson, Berry Rife, Helen Turner,Helen Eaves, Marilyn Messamore, Donald Manus, Louis Karraker, Jack Keller, Dean 'Hickerson, Jim Pearl, Donald Rendleman, Bob Rader, Faye Tucker, Jean Bauer, William Musgrave, Ruby Miller, Dorothy Ann Boyd, Natalie Amunrud, Betty Ury, Jeannie Winn, Eileen Peeler, Kedron, Woodard, Leatrice Williams, Alice Cavaness, Carl McCarver, William Moreland, Tom Wilson, Murray Choate, Bob Womick, Bob Kimbro, Carl Verble, Bill Craft, Betty Robins, Mary Brooks, Bettie Holt, Lorene Bartruff, Gloria Fritze, Rex English, LeRoy Rendleman, John S. Rendleman, Jeanetta Cunningham, Carol Venerable, Norma J. Coffman, Dorothy Lee Conant, Rosalee Casper, Maxine Mull, Mildred Casper, Janet Powles, Jane Karraker, Kathryn Stockman, Millicent Casper, Mildred Davis, Ellen Bear, Betty Sue Manus, and John Leib, "mm Qi 4 Pep Club Cheer Leaders A-J has four cheer leaders, one elected from each freshman class to serve four years, unless recalled. Below are this years-and they are good4:Ola Housman, seniorg Dimple Elam, Juniorg John Nor- man Keller, sophomoreg Loretta Absher, freshman. Dorothy Conant, senior, pictured below and also on the Peb Club float, was crowned Football Queen of '44 and '45 in a beautiful cere- mony at the homecoming game. Betty Lou Adams, Frances Anderson, Camille Baker, Jean Bauer, Betty Broadway, Pat Brown, Mary Brooks Cl !X.2X. The Girls Athletic Association is a club used to promote athletics, good sportsmanship and outside activities among the girls. This is done by participating in basketball, softball, badminton, ping pong, volley ball, hikes, and parties. For better health, charts are kept weekly and handed in. At the end of school the health slips are added to the points made in sports during tne year, and awards are being presented to members earn- ing them. Sponsor, Jean Boult. 1 Betty Boyd, Anita Boyd, Emma Lou Casper, Mildred Casper, Rosalee Casper, Norma Coffman, Dorothy Lee Con- ant, Marjorie Coombs, Jeanetta Cunningham, Mildred Davis, Martha Day, LaCene Dillow, Ka-therine Dusch, Dim- ple Elam, Btte Farrer. Gloria Fritze, Joan Graves, Joyce Gunn, Betty Jo Gillespie, Doris Hankle, Bonita John- son, Jane Karraker, Pat Lowrance, Doris Millis, Pat Nally, Ann Patterson, Vanita Ruth Rader, Betty Schaffer, Norma Sellars, Kathryn Stockman, Betty Spircs, Pauline Sweitzer, Ernestine Tompkins, Rose Ellen Townsend, Helen Turner, Joyce Treece, Marjorie Treece, Faye Tucker, Carol Venerable, Frances Webb, Betty Williams, Katherine Williams, Jeanne Winn, Eleanor Wood, Wanda Youngs, Gloria Gilmore, Betty Holt, Betty Robins, Grace Sitter, Maxine Lingle, and Maxine Mull. Librarians The librarian's duties are to maintain good order, to assist stu- dents in proper use of library ma- terial and to prevent damage of library property. Some of the duties to be done each period are shelving books, straightening the shelves and checking the call numbers. Under special services the bulletin board is changed once a week, and cards are typed for the card catalog and shelf list. Each librarian is expected to make a contribution to the library in the form of special service. LIBRARIANS 1944-45 Lorene Bartruff, Geraldine Car- aker, Donald Coffman, Jean Cun- ningham, Jeanette Cunningham, Betty Jo Gillespie, Louis Kelley, Imogene Menees, Willma Mus- grave, Bob White, Jean Lewis, Kedron Woodard, and Leatrice Williams. - t at toys enrolled in Agriculture are ' ' itled to join the F. F. A. This or- E 1- ization meets regularly twice a H . 'ith and has special meetings at A S UU' mmm er times. The special meetings in- ' ' - ie a Father and Son Banquet 'WTC' lquet which is held each spring, 3 I' initiation meeting where freshmen initiated as green hands, and homores as future farmers, and rts meetings where basketball is fed. The club has a basketball it of n and plays other schools. 'elegations from our chapter at- led sectional meetings at Vienna, 'ion, Carbondale, and Harrisburg. r boys attended the state meeting Irbana last spring where Don Con- sectional Vice-president, took active part, and Carl Ferrell was 'ted State Farmer. F. F. A. Seventeen boys exhibited livestock and grain in four shows last fall and made over 55350, above expenses from rize money. During the summer, a trip is taken. Boys who have made certain number of activity points are eligible to go 1 a trip which may last one or more days. The most ambitious trip of this kind was a three day trip taken be- nre the war to Reelfoot Lake, Tennessee. Officers for the first Semester were: Carl Ferrell, president, Murray Choate, Vice-President, Joe Boyd, reasurerg Bill Bullock, Secretary, Ralph Lyerla, Sports Manager, Earl Frick, Watch dog, and Charles Penrod, eporter. The second semester officers were: William Moreland, Presidentg Carl Ferrell, Vice-President, Rav okes, Secretaryg Louis Kelley, Treasurerg Bob Davis, Student Council, Carroll Loomis, Reporterg and Bill Davis, 'atch dog. M U I M e m b e r s ey, Delene Corzine, Bill Davis ley Morgan, William Moreland, Junior Musgrave, Gordon Noble, Harold Bloodworth, Eugene Casey, ren Dillow, Harold Frazee, Char- les Johnson, Clarence Johnson, Norbert Musgrave, Roy Tripp, Bobby Ury, Robert Vowels, Alfred Winn, Ralph Bartruff, Bob Davis, Ralph Lyerla, James Newton. Charles Penrod, Ray Stokes, Car- roll Dillow, Carl Ferrell, Bob Koh- ler, Murray Choate. Sponsor: O. K. Loomis, t iii. -Q.. p 4 V Qi L W K e 5 Joe Boyd, Bill Bullock, Ray Cas- Earl Frick, Glenn Fuller, Junior Fuller, Ray Hess, Wesley Jones, Louis Kelley, Carroll Loomis, Wes- Joe Conant, Bill Cunningham, War- Biology Club The Biology Club was organized in 1941. There are 53 active members, who are also members of the Junior Academy of Science. Among the many activities of the Biol- ogy Club members this year, the edit- ing, publishing and distributing of the A-J Bio, the new biology paper, was the most important. Meetings are held on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month. Programs having biological interest are presented. Sponsor: Elizabeth Buell. Members Norma Gene Sellars Jane Boyd Frances Joe Anderson Duward Bean Louis Karraker Billy Bob Hindman Charles Ferguson Jack Keller John Norman Keller, Pres. Donald Wayne Boswell Dean Hickerson Fred Fritzinger Joan Graves Anita Boyd Bill Davis Emma Lou Casper Berry Rife Pat Lowrance Marjorie Ann Treese Bonita Johnson Katherine Dusch Bill, Bullock Max Whitlock Lloyd Sitter, Student Council Representative Mary Alice Smith Martha Day Rose Ellen Townsend Barbara Stroup Doris Hankla Camille Baker Grace Sitter, Vice Pres. Doris Hutton Elva Mae King Norma June Treece Roy Rendleman Donald Rendleman Carl McCarver Bob Rader Charles Frances Davis Donald Lewis William Moreland Donald Manus Louis Kelly Bill Ballard Wanda Youngs Betty Williams Matella McIntosh Harold Frazee John Lewis Gardner Ernestine Tompkins Charles Gardner Dimple Elam, Sec. Marilyn Williams, Treas. Lat-in Club The officers were pictured during a discussion of ,Roman banquet plans. Donald Wayne Boswell, Consul Primus, stands, seated are David Rendleman, Consul Secun- dusg Dimple Elam, Praotorg Bob Womick, Quaesterg Pat Lowrance, Aedileg Katherine Williams, Tribune, and Ellen Bear, Scrip- tus. The club always has many activities during the year. One of the traditional ones is the Christmas carolling. This year's carollers, photographed here at Dr. Rife's home, sang at the City Hospital as well as many homes in town. The evening znded with hot chocolate, cookies, and games at Benton Hall. The climax of the year is the Roman banquet at which members dress and eat nembera la Roman. This yearls banquet vas held Thursday, March 22. The five- :ourse meal, served by slaves, began with 1 variety of appetizers and ended with the raditional sweets to be carried home in iapkins. The tables were pretty, the food food, and the entertainers fun! Members D. W, Boswell, David Rendleman, Dim- jle Elam, Bob Womick, Pat Lowrance, Katherine Williams, Ellen Bear, Betty Spir- zs, Shirley Broadway, Rose Ellen Town- aend, Dorothy Thompson, Barbara Hight, Zerry Rife, Jane Russell, Martha Day, Max- ne Lingle, Marilyn Williams, Janet Alden, Doris Hankla, Joyce Gray, Carl Ferrell, Pat Bryan, Betty Sue Manus, Fred Fritzinger, leanette Steele, Donald Rendleman, Kil- :ore Knight, Donald Campbell, Bob Rader, lloyd Sitter, Duane Pugh, Vanita Ruth tader, Roy Rendleman, John N. Keller, Jean Hickerson, Gloria Fritze, Charles life, Ann Patterson, Pat Brown, Carol 'enerable, Helen Turner, Natalie Amunrud. Vanda Youngs, Charles F. Davis, Katherine busch, Matella McIntosh, Marilyn Messa- more, Anita Boyd, Carmen Johnson. Spon- or, Mary E. Sevia. Boys' Home EC. Clul The Boy's Home Ec. Club was four in 1941, and consists of boys who l taken, or are now taking boys' Home This club was organized and has l supervised by Mary E. Holmes. Anna-Jonesboro is one of very schools in Illinois who have a Boy's H Economics Class. The officers of the club for the year were: Rex English, president Clyde Stewart, vicepresident John S. Rendleman, secretary Eddie Howenstein, treasurer Other Members are: Bob Amunrud Bill Cates Marathon Dodd Wayne Dusch Harold English Donald Hankla Jim Hileman Ralph Lyerla Robert Miller Louis Nimmo Charles Penrod Johnnie Rayburn Bill Wilson Bill Eutsler Charles Stone Jean Cunningham Ernest Treece Bob Kohler Bob Hannum Bob Casey Girls' fome EC. Club n the fall of 1944 several members of chapter were lpresent at the Vienna with Helen Eaves acting president. Alice Daubs was elected president for :oming year and also given the honor presenting the A-J Home Economics rtment at the Regional Conference. .s one of four students from Illinois to the conference which is being held all Teachers College in Muncie,' Ind- This year in April, a rally is to be held for other Southern illinois Home Ec. 'o be a member of this organization nust be in or have previously been in Home Ec. class. Mary Holmes and Rhodes sponsored the clubf Members Iary Brooks, Betty Schaefer, Joyce 'e, Helen Eaves, Catherine Crissip, Rich, Alice Bauer, Mable Merriman, nce Adams, Betty Stamper, Betty Hen- n, Lois Carraker, Imogene Dillman, ones, Emma Lou Choate, Lavern Mow- Norma June Bartruff, Betty Joyce er, Emma Lou Casper, Opal Hinkle, ia June Treece, Doris Hutton, Dorothy Boyd, Mary Alice Daubs. HF 45.5-Q Student Council The purpose of the Student Council is to promote and encourage student participation in school government. One member is elected by popular vote from each home room and from every organiz- ation with a membership of at least twenty members. This year the Student Council has made arrangements to make a service flag and honor roll for the boys who have attended A-J. The Student Council was also successful in sponsoring the student supervision of study halls throughout the entire year. Sponsor, Emma Brickey. Millicent Casper .... ....... John S. Rendleman Jane Karraker .... Pat Brown ..,........ John Lewis Gardner Carol Venerable ..... James Knight ..... Helen Eaves .... Lloyd Sitter .... A'nn Patterson --- Betty Schaefer --- Jane Russell --- This Years officers are: President ........................ Jim Martin Vice-President i--- Donald Manus Secretary-Treasurer ...,.. -------- Boult -- - Bartow , , Morris - - - Loomis - - - - Askew --- --- Rhodes - ....... Brickey Home Ec. Club - Biology Club District Officer ---- Pep 'Club -- Press Club Dorothy Lee Conant Carl Verble ....... - Jack Keller --- Bob Rader --- Doris Hutton .... Anita Boyd ....... - - Gordon - - - Bradley - Wingate - - - - Buell - - - - Wright Charles Rife ....... --- Holmes Betty June Spires --- ,,... Sivia Shirley Broadway -- .... 'Sanders Donald Fowler ..,. --- Houghton Robert Jackson .... ........ R eese Kathryn Williams -- Latin Club 5 iw!! ,Q s N? lk 'mv E f ' I 57 A14 Q5 J' A W '45 3, I Qq t WY 'ill-n-I 21? PAUL J. HOUGHTON, Head Coach ' 5 ""?'l7u l,4l1'f'ed5e5i4k?:1g ax, , . Q l ff' DAVID STROUP Assistant Football Coach JEAN CUNNINGHAM Co-Captain, Football ERNEST TREECE WAYNE DUSCH Captain, Basketball Co-Captain, Football C0-Captain, Football 0- 8 "xXX JOHN S. RENDLEMAN C C ptain. Football 'ff "K -5 A -A 5 , 9 ' ' . i 1- "fig: 'k A A A 4 ' 1 A112 :UD :gg A -ti Ev "-, , .,,,, t o A ' ' ' 575 , l A-. 11 A Q .L Anna-Jonesboro Football Games ELDORADO-In the opener with Eldorado the Wildcats proved they were a team to be reckoned with the rest of the season. Although just in the stage of preparation for a tough season ahead, the eleven showed much potential strength in this, their first home game. They led 7-0 at the half time. Scoring two touchdowns in the second half to their opponents one, they came out on the heavy end of a 21-6 score. CHESTER-On a gloomy Saturday afternoon, the Cats battled their first conference opponent, the Chester Yellow Jackets. Scoring twice in the ini- tial quarter, the local eleven was well on its way to victory, in the opening minutes of play over the highly rated Chester eleven. Chester never really threatened A-J's lead but the final score found A-J victorious in their first conference battle 21-14. CARBONDALE-Holding the Carbondale Ter- riers, their second conference opponent, scoreless, the Anna-Jonesboro Wildcats marched to their sec, ond conference victory. They showed what a great defense they really had and teamed with a 'brilliant offense, looked for the first time like a strong threat in the conference race. The final score stood: Anna- Jonesboro 21, Carbondale 0. PINCKNEYVILLE-Although scoring early in the initial quarter, the Wildcats did not look as good in their encounter with Pinckneyville, which they won 19-6, as they had in previous games. Pinckneyville scored only once, but with an intense aerial offensive threatened several times. However, A-J crushed this third conference opponent. Cpnference Season Record Starting Line-up Standing A-J 21 ........ Eldorado 6 For The Season AJ 21 Chester 14 End-Davis or English W A-J 21 ...... Carbondale 0 'rookie-Gorrotr Annaqlonesboro --5 AJ 19 ---- Pinckneyville 6 Center-Rehdleman, J. u , Guard-Lyerla Murphysboro ..... 3 A-J 32 ....... Du Quoln 13 Guard-Dodd Chester --------M3 A-J 0 -- Cape Girardeau 8 Tackle-Ferrell . - E d--C ft Pinckneyville --A--2 AJ 13 .... Johnston City 6 Bgck-gssweu , A-J 13 .... Murphysboro 6 B k D Du Quoin ........ 1 , ac - usch A-J 6 ........... Cairo 6 Back-Cunningham Carbondale ....... 0 A-J Totals 145 Opponents 65 Back-Treece Anya-Jonesboro Football Games DUQUOIN-In one of their best games of the season, the Anna-Jonesboro Wildcats knocked off a large DuQuoin eleven 32-13. A-J had a 32-0 lead with five minutes of playing time remaining but in the last minutes of play, DuQuoin scored twice on long passes. A-J's offense was at its Zenith for de- ception and speed in this game, and the Cats con- tinued to march towards the conference champion- ship. CAPE GIRARDEAU-As a climax to Home- coming the Wildcats met their only defeat of the season 8-0 when they encountered the Cape Girar- deau Tigers. A-J's offense just couldn't get to rolling but their defense held this large and fast grid team ten times when they were within the ten-yard line. Only once did Cape score on a touch downg the other two points coming on a safety. JOHNSTON CITY-Rolling up their sixth win of the season, the Cats eked out a victory over Johnston City 13-6. The game was another of those nights which all teams experience, -when the team couldn't get rolling. MURPHYSBOR0--Capturing for the first time in 20 years the conference championship, the Anna- Jonesboro Wildcats downed the fifth and last con- ference opponent, the strong Murphysboro eleven 13-6, on Murphy's field. Although both teams were bothered by injuries,the game was a fast and hard- hitting contest which was a fitting climax to the Cat's championship battle. CAIRO-In the annual Armistice Day contest between Anna-Jonesboro Wildcats and the Cairo Pilots, the two teams battled to a 6-6 tie. When looking at the records, Anna-Jonesboro should have defeated them soundly, but it was. another case of traditional rivalry out-guessing the record book. The Pilots scored their one touchdown when a tackle stole the ball from an A-J man and raced the remaining yards to the goal line. A-J's lone score came in the closing minutes on a quarter- back sneak. , of --'fm 'IF-:ie::::2 f W t 6 -: .' Lfffsr ' 155:22 as as ii a p . 'Z gfgiagatg' ' v . J ': 2 ' .f Zig-' 7 . A k V I' W .FEI ls? 5' I K . 7 ,Zi ' 'wffifir , rtrhw Q 2 5 .A . . . ,S t Y 1g""'.. -L lt N tt F' a , ,N 1: 1 J I i fi tj A, M ,. t. , A 4 1 5 a i 5, iw gs tr i? W 9 ' if I- :I-5.52 : 5 .rf Q 5. Q W, ,. .N , . . . K .WM A ., X 5: , . 1 ' .3 - 1 .. 'Aygftg "li t iw . 3 fyrqS'f1f'75'i35: .. ......, as . at i Q 5 fy. -if 4 f Q - 4 . 5 .. Ag !! J? i A rx '4,- Q Sf ' TIIEEUE JOHN S Rl-TNDLEMAN LHRUY RENDIJCFXIAN ,llgyy QUNNINGHAM WAYNE UUSCH DOFN.-NIJ! W. BOSWELL Records of Players p Rex English-Endg Seniorg Excellent pass receiver, scoring it , mi.. 6 I if more points than any other man on the team. 5 V ' fi Pa I W' Bob Davis-Endg Juniorg Good defensive player, showed Q 5 of great prospects for next year. E i-va, A ' fi "" Bill Craft-Endg Sophomoreg Started the season as a back, E - fastest man on the teamg very determined, S A "ki should be a big threat in future teams. E Raymond Garrott-Tackleg Juniorg Always in the midst of if things, and the first man down on most punts, R determined tackler. T Carl Ferrell-Tackleg Seniorg Strong and rugged, exhibiting all the qualifications of a great tackle, hard l man to get through. Ralph Lyerla-Guardg Seniorg One of the largest men on the team, turning in a capable performance M at guard. Zi :-Q ' Marathon Dodd-Guardg Juniorg one of A-J's most aggressive ' i,'if hs Q Q lineman. a tiger on defense. Q 4 iam . 77 John S. Rendleman-Centerg Seniorg One of the outstanding I as ' centers in Southern Illinois, had a great sea- M5355 ,. W son as line backer particularly. Q ig A' 1 p l., " it Donald Wayne Boswell-Quarterbackg Juniorg The smallest Q xg -'-- regular in the conference, yet one of the smart- v V eflg, f A estg definitely a great quarterback. 5 L Wayne Dusch-Halfbackg Seniorg A hard running, vicious Q, W Q tackling little man with a mile of nerve, one gi of A-Jls great halfbacks. R Jean Cunningham--An elusive runner, who could punt and . pass as well, if not better, than any other man Hg in the conference. Ernest Treece-Fullback and Guardg Seniorg An all-around , 155. football great at A-J who showed as one of the ' " best in the state on both offense and defense. Henry Sadler-Endg Juniorg Good reserve who became 2 Q eg very adept at catching passes. 4 Clyde Stewart-Endg Senior. A very capable reserve es- . M- R pecially on defense. gym ' Carl Verble-Guard: Sophomore: for a little boy he sure if' ', g did mix a lotg should come through in future S """,,'.I' ' teams. H W. V ' A. Don Boyd-Guard and Backg Sophomoreg played many posi- n q'4""xf tions: built. like a football player, should be G dynamite in the future. 5 Lee Roy Rendleman-Quarterback: .Iuniorg "Little LeeRoy" was a very able reserve, who played his posi- tion with fire and determination. By the end of the season he was playing most of the time. .A li K ,,NG,1m, FMU. FERRHIL iuyxiowim oAmio'rr "K'1""1-W' MARATHON noon X SMX .ou Q . S M . "" ' W 4 "7 is "' 'T kk I In . 2. ,EM ii W f . in 'leaf 'rf-Q f . 2 'rag S. -1:-f 9 A' . 'r.e ft .gr .. ,, R ., , V. , . 33 ' vt Bt. 3 5 A ik al- ' A-I Football Squad QLeft to Rightb Front Row-T. Wilson, D. Hankla, C. Verble, C. Kimbro, T. Jones, C. Stewart, E. Treece JL S. Rendleman, D. W Boswell, W. Dusch. Second Row-Coach Houghton, D. Boyd, B. Craft, R. Garrott, R. .Lyerla, M. Dodld, B. Davis, R. English, B, J Womick, T. Peeler, C. Ferrell,'Assistant Coach Stroup. Third Row-J. Cunningham, R. L. Rendleman, W. Aaron, D. Rendleman, M. Choate, L. Nimmo, R. Henry, B Hannum, J. Rayburn, L. R. Rendleman, Fourth Row-H. Sadler, J. Peters, B. Kimbro, E. J. Howenstein, D. Lewis, C. Vaughan,, D. Hood, J. Hileman Fifth Row-W. Jones, J. Dodson, L. Peters, J. Verble, R. Swain, D. Rendleman, B. Houseman, M. Boyd. Sixth Row-Managers E. Rinehart, R. Hines, H. English. Winning for the first time in 20 years the conference championship, the Anna-Jonesboro Football Squad, tutored by Coach Paul J. Houghton, added many laurels to the school and brought honor to themselves. The team was picked as one of the 10 best in Illinois at the conclusion of the season, they were also heralded after the Murphysboro championship game "as the team of the week" of the entire state of Illinois by United Press. Individually Cats earned the following awards: Ernest Treece--Wolfe's All-State Squad: Third Team, All-State Daily News, First team, All Conference. Wayne Dusclg-Honorable Mention, All-State Daily News, First Team, All-Con- erence. John S. Rendleman-Honorable Mention, All-State Daily News, First Team, All Conference. Jean Cunningham-Honorable Mention, All-State Daily News, First Team, All Conference. Carl Ferrell-First Team, All Conference. Raymond Garrett-Second Team, All Conference. Donald Wayne Boswell-Honorable Mention, All Conference. Marathon Dodd-Honorable Mention, All Conference. The team used the "T" formation, and employed it with such deception and precision, that their opponents were completely baffled most of the time as to the "where abouts" of the pigskin. The eleven men who took the field for each game were "little guys," only averaging 155 pounds, but they had determination and ability and just wouldn't be denied. p Long will be remembered the way Boswell handled the ball on the "T" plays and his deception and cleverness. Also remembered will be those superb punts that Cunningham got away. His pupts averaged approximately 38 yards per try, which is exceptional. Ernie Treece will be remembered in future years, when the crowds think of a player who was in every play--never giving an inch. John S. Rendleman, and his one-handed centers and his hard tackles along with Carl Ferrell, who was as rugged a linesman as A-J could hope for, will not be forgotten. 1nAA,AI-t A-T Fnnfl-mil fnam rnicrhf frulv hn ballad nnn nf fhn er-hnn'l'e nl'l.finnn arnnfu I f , Q ' 5 S . - ' x S WW Big Five SEQ ftxti .Q fi' mv' 'Q .t Q Ba tif X v Cunningham attempts a one-hander in our first game against Wolf'L'ake which resulted in a 52-32 Wildcat victory. Rendleman C33l. English C32l and Peeler C35l, await the possible rebound. Basketball action shots High scoring English C323 goes high for the ball in the A-.I 69-31 decision over Cobden. Dusch may bc barely seen in the left foreground while Craft watches from behind. A one-handed shot by Cunningham added two points to the Wildcat total in their 34-18 conquest of Chester. a conference toe. Rendlcman C337 moves toward the basket while Peeler C355 is'al- ready in position to rebound. English C323 watch- es concernedly. L 'ai X Q, 15,1 ,Q f .af t : V Q Sf X X Another shot in our initial contest against the Wolves catches English and Peeler C353 capturing a rebound. Rendleman C337 is in the background. Although defeated 38-33 by DuQuo1n on thc home court A-.l fought gamely and this shot shows Dusch C317 leaping high on a jump ball. Other Wildcat players visible are Cunningham t37D. Eng- lish C32p, and Craft C30D. W? '31- Pw 5 Against a larger quintet, A-J came through with 55-26 victory over Cape Girardeau in their second lash. Craft 4303 is shown going into the air with 'ecler 4353, Rendleman 4333 Cunningham 4373 . . J ' In a thrilling 54-52 victory against Cairo Dodd nd Martin 4383 Watching anxlously' 4343 and Verble 4363 fight for a rebound In the background is Boswell 4313. On Carbondale's home court English 4323 and 'celcr 4353 scramble for the sphere while Cunning- am 4373 gazes upward. The final buzzer left A-J ut in front 34-29. Verble 4313 prepares to pass in the inltial con- est against Carbondale. Rendleman 4333 keeps ace in the background. Peeler drives in for a one-hander and Rendleman 333 and English 4323 dash for the basket in case f a missed shot. Pinckneyville's height defeated i-J 52-44 in this game. English 4323 comes down with a rebound in our 38-33 loss against DuQuoin in the AJ gym Dusch 4313 and Peeler 4353 are the other Wild cats shown. Finishing a pivot against Wolf Lake is Peeler 4353. Rendleman 4333 is in the left foreground and English 4323 is almost entirely hidden in the back The Wildcats won 52-32. awww V Aff NM asa-33 A-I Basketball Squad CLeft to Righth BOTTOM ROW: Carl Verble, LeRoy Rendleman, Rex English, Earl Smick, Jean Cunningham, Marathon Dodd MIDDLE ROW: Coach Paul J. Houghton, Jim Martin, Bobby Joe Womick, Kenneth MacFarlin, Donald Coffman, Henry Sadler, Bill Craft, Donald Wayne Boswell, Manager Harold English TCIP ROW: Lamire Moore, Tom Moore, Paul Smick, Bobby Brimm, Billy Grammar, Bob Kimbro, Tom Wilson. Although notiexperiencing as good a season as the two preceding teams, this year's Anna-Jonesboro cage squad exhibited some good ball and turned in many great games. The final count showed 23 wins and 8 losses which is an enviable record for any team. They 'ranked third in the conference this year behind two of Southern Illinois' quintettes, DuQuoin and Pinckneyville. Their only defeats came at the hands of DuQuoin, 25 Pinckney- ville, 2, entralia, 2, Marion and Carrier Mills. - Coach Paul J. Houghton had taught his team innumerable plays which led to many points and a beautiful game on the part of the Wildcats. Noticable also this year, was the A-J five's use of the press defense, a defense which Coach Houghton is credited with being the foremost authority and originator in Illinois. Not consistent in their play the team turned in a few bad games, but to balance the score, retaliated with many good ones. One of these bad games -came in the first round of the Sectional Tournament at Carbondale, where the locals went down in defeat before a tall Carrier Mills Quintette. This ended A-J's tournament hopes, which were so high, after they had so magnificantly defeated Cairo, Karnak, and Wolf Lake in the Regional Tournament held on their home floor, The Wildcats were also participants in the Centralia Christmas invitational Tournament, winning their first game by a forfeit, after playing one half, and losing their second one to a fine Marion team. A-J's schedule was studded with teams of great reputation in the state of Illinois, such as Centralia, Pinckney- ville, Cape Girardeau, Missouri, and DuQuoin. Perhaps the team did have more potential power than they showed, but nvertheless, they're an A-J squad to be proud of. IUWI l'l"l"l VH ll"l!HX Rl aXllLl'.. m 3' .3 'S' X' mt., . .:,....,s, . rr X , 7 . Q.. .e ,W.,,... W t . sa t 'x eq.. , . am, s , t AI 4 tl. Vlffltlll IC .1 SN IAZANI, Shlltfli A-I Lettermen BILL CRAFT-Reserve Forward. One of the fastest men on the squad, he im- proved greatly during the year and should become a star player for the next two years. CARL "PEACHES" VERBLE-Reserve Guard. Another sophomore who should later belong on the top five, Carl gave several nice relief performances. MARATHON "JOEY, DODD-Reserve Guard. A dependable relief man who will be back next year, "Joe" was not an excellent shot but he was a play maker who could be counted upon. The captain of '44-45 squad was anpointive with Dusch, English, and Cunningham serving in various games during the season. Cunningham served most of the season with he and English receiving jointly the Reginal Tournament award. LEROY "LEEPY" RENDLEMAN--Forward. Small but speedy player who con- tributed a great deal to the Wildcats' fast break, Should be a very valuable asset to the 1945-46 varsity five. TOM "WALTER" PEELER-Center. Playing his second year on the varsity five, Tom improved rapidly and should be one of the Wildcats' top men for the next two seasons. REX "RUDY" ENGLISH-Forward. The scoring mainstay of the Cats, "Rudy" was a converted center. A fine shot who developed his spot shot to the Nth Degree in this, his final season. A fine team player and rebounder. JEAN "JAP" CUNNINGHAM-Guard. A dependable player at all times, Jean was an excellent rebounder despite his small size and he developed into one of the best dribblers in the conference. JAMES "JIM" MARTIN-Guard. A level-headed play maker, "Jim" could always be counted upon in an emergency, and although he was out the latter part of the season because of injuries, he contributed heavily to the Wildcats' success. EARL "WILBURN" SMICK-Reserve Center and Guard. An often called upon reserve who completed his job capably, Earl was a member of the varsity five a large portion of the season. DONALD "BOSEY" BOSWELL-Reserve Forward, Another excellent reserve who did a fine job of relieving first stringers several times throughout the year. A small, swift team man, "Bosey" will be back next year. Four High Scorers Rex English ......,,..,, -.., 3 66 Tom Peeler ....,.A,,. -,,,-- 2 40 Jean Cunningham ---------- 171 5 LeRoy Rendleman .r..,..... 215 .N.N.........,.., Conference Standing Team Won Lost Pct. Pinckneyville - - 10 0 1.000 DuQuoin .,.... 8 2 .800 Anna-Jonesboro 6 4 .600 Murphysobo .... 3 7 .300 Carbondale .... 2 8 200 1 9 100 Chester ......,. . a . . 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Eldorado Here September 26 Freshman Parents Welcome October 6 End of First Six Weeks October 19 Pep Rally-Bonfire- -Snake Dance October 20 Homecoming Parade -Game with Cape Girardeau -Crowning of Queen-Dance- Defeat!! October 24 Speech Plays October 30 Halloween November 3 Murphysboro Game made us conference champs November 11 Armistice game with Cairo-6-6 tie kept us from being Southern Illinois Champs November 17 End of Second Six Weeks-Music Concert November 21 First Basketball Game November 23-24 T h a n k s giving Holidays-Eats! December 8 Junior Play December 22 First Day of Christ- mas Holiday December 27-29 Holiday Tourna- ment-Centralia January 2 End of Holidays January 11-12 Semester Examin- ations January 15 Second S e m e s te r Started January 17-18 County T o u r n a- ,ment-Here. 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Basler Coca Cola Corbit's Tire Service Dr. Keith Horrell's Studio Duncan and Boyce Dottie's Beauty Shop Doll Theatre Dr. Stewart Daniel's Delta Theta Tau Dr. Rife Ebb Shoe Store Elkins Recreation Centers Union County Farm Bureau 6 Union County Farm Implement Company First National Bank, Jonesboro Anna-Jonesboro Motor Company Judge Tuthill Cities Service Station Gamnrs Shoe Company Gazette Democrat Anna News Company Hights Texaco Station Union County Press Joiner Furniture Sanford Department Store Jonesy's Cafe . Jones Auto Painting and Dent Service Jean's Insurance Agency Krogers Lewis Brothers' Bakery Midway Barbecue Spieth Studio Anna Furniture Exchange Morris Store Midwest Norris and Son Furniture and Undertaking Pearl Motor Company Penninger Clothing Company Park's Drug Store E. A. Peters and Company Producers Dairy Moore's Flower Shop Rixleben Pharmacy Robinson's Hotel and Cafe Rich's Shoe Store Rotramel's Paint and Hardware Rodgers and Yale Theatres L. 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