Arthur Hill High School - Legenda Yearbook (Saginaw, MI)

 - Class of 1938

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Third row, lefwx 10 rlghiz Kerrrncwre Case Walfer Seibeh Edward Kirsfowsl-y, Don Sornmerhe Ted Kennedy, Hazen Sieverws. enda 7 ff 5 3 Six ships in Three dil- lerenl doclcs malce up the Arfhur l-lill campus, if In full sail al all times, The good ship "Cas'lle" is The axis of all school aclivily. 'lr The galley, recrealion room, and commercial cenler malfe fhe olcl lub Annex a busy and pop- ular place. I93 The Bufrrxan-FSH boa? is a s?wEp's log In 1151? and 5 Vifesaver for sfudervs seerzwmg for book reporfs cr 5 qfef Q 5:6 fo sfudv. 'A' Languages, :ffm foreign and dsmesfic, re 'Ve fain cargo of Ve gall-een Jznr' Mcore. Social He' 'e fwusical man- C1:-war, safe ,. :rw flue lwlqb Cs. A few HC' away from The campus hizftif S 5 We Webber .-.Yr1dfGf'fYVYWer, fm: raven QF baslcefb ba!! fans. e P d a I' UNION -f ' A - A A Walk Around We Dec? or A Dey ai School A' Atoard: e fares cn 5 few peeieoge VAEE Sthewfr, em: A' Eff- Seulm '."J'f'!'1 H " A iacegfam E1 .i. 3115-' Miss Boxer? Mr. Morrow visas Cin? 5" fafdy 05552 VY'I-'25 M11Whir?e' f ', s:a'o memoir ,ee ff 1 'ke kuHeHn CTL' az TC :len Mor? Um-As, S e: Ecrlsfryw, Grace 1 f'flU+ Vehra Munoe' ii Be-'Fira Uzrofhy Ne-Ni iwj Qirjfrwy Cramer 1 U Jiffy. Ir "e girl' m.5rfQ.', -aw if We slfxt f 'W' 'SHOE Jciwr Ee' re"e" Cvariiicf. Pore' Sjbraifh. GLR: 5arNow, ie Q io: "e'ffer, oces ' f Ne' in ded. Paid-UD Sfuderwf U45 wewwbers aww? We A"', HIM NEWS fha? Av Se o3ne is ui-gfribuflnq f: E rver Klerrvnl Fred SCh""G Feva Hoax, and I-le.e1 E sw. Ed Comer and Le,W5'o Emery flew The E4 E'-'E boaro. 10 ling f Hmderc +Vi'-TEV ' o fo aw gf' kj,V'Y.. '1 J, Pu L , - - W-, V V-'in' imfr' A I Q--- L., M,f-Y.Y. . xg,-A4 h M , Ur-f ifffn- f ww wif: - Hai- .,j .. 7 :mae 1 5 ,LN Mia -1 11 ,, -Awww' - ,--' rv 4.1 my " K -lin!! --.... Urrecrors O? The Sreamsxrfrp Lrnes or Saqrnaw Frank E. Basikarr, oresfrderrr or We Board or Yzducafrorw, was drroserr by We fax payers as a board rrremberr and Wen by ofher drredore. to Ns pre-semi ogrce. Chesfer F, MiUerr superrnrerrderrr of schook, Ks We adrrfrrrrsrrarrye head decreed ky We Board or Educairon. 12 i938 alllelllc rx loul Sxlmp Yee ' lfepl a rs on 'rlwe lflp We passerlqe Clwapelons eve on dmlflls' head 5 . xqfzq lo . had lfl . fs appom X l ol Pxrllllll HMYSHZ Vl'lQlfX School 'ndpa he XN'?5l W B OCR, PM , 3 Ol l, ll M.dradvlsofY alla rg Tfallve an Mlss Lill sel ian lvloruan oirls' F , J coun' Raymond Morrow, boys' counselor, lvliss Lorna Sclnemm, school regls or, plans for llve Irwleresf of all is responsible lor llwe boys ol flue lrar has clwarqe ol sludenl programs girls and Heads sclvolarsldp acflvllies. school, sludenl government and al- all office llles ' lendarwce. Legenda , records, and reporls. 13 rc' 1 Guides OT course, The voyage was an educaTional aTTair, so TorTy4Two Teachers wenT along To explain poinTs oT inTeresTs and To guide acTiviTies. For The sake oT eTTiciency, The TaculTy is divided inTo Tive comrniTTees: Teachers' Aliiairs, STuclenT AcTiviTies, Public RelaTions, Curriculum, and Coor- dinaTing groups, Planning social evenTs, TaculTy rneeTings, and educa- Tional legislaTion, 'Miss EThel Biclcel, Miss Lorna Lange, Mr. Harvey LighT, Mr. Hasler Osborne, Mr. Herman Ramsey, and Mr. RoberT Shorney compose The Teacher ATTairs Com- miTTee wiTh Mr. John Day as chairman. Such varied duTies as Tinances, STudenT Union parTies, plays, and clubs engross The STudenT AcTiviTies CommiTTee. Headed by Mr. Raymond Morrow, iT includes Mr. STanley Anderson, Miss Eloise Bacon, Miss Amy GaTz, Mrs. DoroThy Giesel, Miss lvaliTa Glascoclc, Miss DoroThy Howe, Miss Mary Lewis, Miss Lillian Morgan, Mr. Maurice Schmidt Mr. Sfanley Schubert Mr. Eric Senn, Miss Helen Spagnuola, Miss Coila STart and Mr. B. G. Wells. STudenTs may be selecTed To serve in cooperaTion wiTh TaculTy members on This com- miTTee. Led by Miss EThel PeTerson, chairman, Miss MaTTie Crump, Mr. Earl Drehmer, Miss Burnice Gibbs, Mr. W. A. Lucas, Miss Lillian Morgan, Mr, Raymond Morrow, Mr. K. C. Poulson, Miss Lina Ward, and Mr. Arnold Wolgasi' compose The Public RelaTions CommiTTee. They Take as Their resporisibiliTies home-visiTs, all-school publiciTy, P. T. A. planning, and communiTy classes. Assuming The curriculum, Teaching meThods, TaculTy meeT- ings, and assemblies as Their obligaTions, The Curriculum CommiTTee includes Miss Irma SToclcdale, chairman, Mrs. Marie CriTTenden, Mr. B. O. Damberg, Mr. A. G. Dersch, Mrs. Sena French, Mr. Clarence STewarT, Miss GerTrude Van- derhoot Miss Florence Wells, and Miss Ella Woodman. AcTing as The school council, heading all minor coma miTTees, The CoordinaTing CommiTTee clirecTs all-school aT- Tairs. Members include Mr. Anderson, Mr, Broclc, chairman, Miss Crump, Mr. Day, Miss Glascoclr, Mr. Lucas, Miss Mor- gan, Mr. Morrow, Miss Pe-Terson, Mr. Schubert Miss SToclc- dale, and Mr, Wells. In The picTure-reading ec'css lei? To righT: Anderson, Bacon, Biclfel, Brown, Crinenden, Crump, Damberg, Day, Dersch, Doidge, Drehmer, Francis, Fraser, French, Gafz, Gibbs, Giesel Glascoclc, Gross, Howe, Lange, Lewis, Light Lucas, Osborne, PeTerson, Paulson, Ramsey, Serin, Schmidt Schubert Shorney, Spagnuola, Sfart STewar1, STockdale, Vanderhcof, Ward, Mr, Wells, Miss Wells, Wolgast and Woodman. I938 J u , ,J Mig fi J W W1 M Y M MQE wk f SDC ' R W MQW Q . Q! f f w,mffl 4 MW ffm ' 'F v"1-.-v,.- -.13 ' .'- ., 'L.'n 'Ze' . 1 . 1 . . .tux A . .f..,V'.g4,L:.,,. ' Q-.-,wk 'K I".--fx -, 'f. - fit 5,1 1 .AA F ,iQ.',!', L-W., I nj 5 ... .4 Mig.. .' V . ,. Nr- - --', ,-.' 1. V-.:.Q-fy, ' 1:1 .V Q: T 9- Q. 211 '- 'nl ' - v' Y '. , - - , a A 4 V f " 'yfx f 1 , ,- A . 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I .IJ . 1 , . n I , .- .Q .4 I iw - ' awp..- . , '- '. 7. px .. 1 .-,.y .': 4. - -. 4 - k. U 1.5. 4 " fr: rv, 4 x', .1 fff I. v v fa ' QI . ..:,,,h. . ZHTY Q rru Q fs : QQ ,4 5 - 5 se ll? Along lhe declcs Mar- cell Poddyin, Eleanor Jex, and Barbara Tillson gel liclels lrorn Miss Schernm lo lhe Bay Cily Game. The lundarnenlals of a mixnwasler are explained lo Arlene Collier by salesman- ship sludenl, Gollie Bieri. Lyle Speacc- and Dewey Phillips wiiirl in lhe pas- Saqcvfay by lhe arl slale- rcicim pr:-parinfi Band Bounce slfigc- sc-llinqs. Tallcinq lhinqs nyor bo- hind scenes in lhe Eancl Bounce are Eranln Muehlen- be-:lg Wallace Plonta, anzl Earl Schleicher. Chernislry inleresls Diclr Redlern and Bill Tarrani. Mr. B, G. Wells loolis up from sellino liclrels for The Thanl-sqivinq Day Game. The end ol lhe line. The lair? ol lhe qradualiniti pas- sengers wind lheir way inlo The church lor baccalaure- all: services. Elrner E. Sirnon induslri- ously prepares his lessons lor lhe nexl' day. Oul in lell-field are Don Anderson and l-loward Fischer. A lhiclnly populaled bi- cycle raclc. Somefhinq musl be wronq belween Pauline Slier and Ed Albosla. Enicvyina lhe NEWS Chrislrnas Parly al Eleanor lvlcWelhy's home are lsa- bel l-layden, Elaine Abra- harn, Rulh Eausel, Belly Murphy, and Reva l-loag. ig 1938 V Dsfp SET Rus 'Lim farv 'lr 'Ir ir and Y v Q Gr a ci u The hehe, 'ahh shour Jrherr beck and aah Pxnd reqrnare dass hrne Sor ah Your rnefX've qraouareni Worn hoor boards or Jrhe shabby haha Nhss noi Jrhe shuhhnq roolriahs or rn'xnefN've qraduanredx. The "news room" and 'ns Yrxenohf an Ns qonefanokher'-5 'rn Xhe chan once n'nnefX've qraduareci The 'reams X nrqed on Yor khree years Now wkn wnhouk frhe Xu-shy cheers horn rnefN've qraduakedx. Hosfrs or rnernokrs, my swan song sung, A sad rare, bm X ern 'rusi one or Jrhosefwho qraduajre. B4 ram hu 'A' ir ir 18 I 9 Hell of Fame The fiffeen passengers priwdeqed Tl: sit .af the Capfaims fable by Mqhf C5 semiie M: fha- ship. Bgb Jcknsim serious ard sensikde ye' r'CTafaUSafr1f?X,. A sa-CpF:'nE5+ of vide repwe '5- He seems 'Q :Je :fs W a braided swf. Vg 'A' Margaref Cafptev 'He E1:urnafRf,+. xv Ghe He' S0719 nicer a :amid fo bite? -' A"d 'wake mer Facm by ieffffwd her ,175 I .-.fI'e. if Ed Av: :ek cefsexerafie terezrdled, Qdiem fe iaffef 'P-r:JJF dife:+':we Tj We e"ef' Afg 5f'er .-.lwfnl Eddwe saws, Ne-' Fffe N N do 'f tener, - i 4 1 Ewe' F. 5'0" wi ceSe.es va: We 3 :::,s vm 0 te CTP seed 3:3 Feafd. J' 1 rife' N: fivaiies T31 fa fi' H912 ai' H'i'a"ir'1:' fi: 5'fa1 fir if 'I' ,Q vim . Elfve' E, S ":' e.e",E:3, 5 sa. HE 5::"S"a'sH7: rd 'fm 'e.ea EJ A '-EEJE' 5 "e 5::"?' 'e J. Ed:iA'Te K:'F wacg,-Q:-'u,cV, 57-I USM, b Mx' Q.. " 5-5 uf "e'e 'Fe :awe us a :1 -F4 , U - is X? X Trey zcw' :f ' 5 SAVE 3:01 fs +":w-gr VV, If a :f::H. 1' X' 3 Ed K'fs':---3-v, 'ne Weed. i f H X' P: "e 'vefefm f5v:efe He1C:':.-,E d:e:'w ' '1i"'v"'EE"'. ix' fre-2 'A' H ' - 1- . f K' BYI HV? J aa de'ef"Ered as a CM- :mt 0:3 ae 36"1'5 if a Sa?"' Bernard, "' , , y g f' He sees ' 'eas:r fcf ralkifz S ,A is ':': 1 'A ' :fin ., - 'Eff Eetauie 'fs acklmf Sceak"g5c1 cudw. ' ' 4' A , , YN Jefry E'E'F'?' --.Hee 'WPI ws a erase Lf M :::s add .-reef Lew rmrkg M 5":C'f , by '.-.if a':i lr'eVlgem!:e. 5 K. He d:e2 5:r fccdes aes fc' refs. Fwd 5,t'e71:-e5'Paf :Q :fe g:e'5. K 'lr Ted Kefred, :J f: Fi' Dales a'd Fav, team, TQIJQE .-.ei-rj.-.r, We fed 're :ass 'fe dame 5: "5" WW :Cf fHeEf1:.-,rx Y ,k . 5:45 5e'I':'d V-W: Ceicffee af -11IfEd aim' y:L,' g::d d:las1e':.A,r, A .-.a,s Fd 3: fr 3e'1r"edw, awued Sw.eefVSf" fra res .wwe-"ea"eJ1a 'e""p5ed. -k Ee", J: Aram re?-if 'a' :P Tar mx J"jI-E'E'lNv 'e"f':, La.:"e' a':1 fr : a 'f Bed-, jc. A"a:'3x 'e' rad? iVi'f"! Q.. . t .. E E7 Fe5id'a' .A.r': :, as 'awfa CH . :- "e 5'a3e as We fe :", He' Eefse :I Pffcr afd ref CSIS- Male 'ef 15-ed C. gffi and begs. 'k Amr D-:eff-ef 'fe dfazizus iadw. V 5 Sfes GEL' y :-ref". EWU Qfafrflrj, Ore SUSE'-EI"5 'Fa' Per fE'5'L1S as 131+ as ve' ?ee'. -A, A Haier' S'e.ene mf: Hes Y gc :lifes ard dx: 7Hmgs. lmde H?" +C is oafy U'E'f:O'W'f' ask H1 f-.-Ace. GY! ""1"e'S ard HIS H5-agmgrg H'-ML fffr .ery nice. , 7" Be':e-se :cures :w A-' aa: Hazew New V155-PQ af We 'lf'-e vas cage was Wane uc, fre. az:-ea' if a':"ef secfo' 1' ve tc:-f, Legenda NUS Q 440' Xa HB Z' ,W 6' Pu We Kr X3- .qu-Q , .. I 1 cc ,.f 5 , , , ' -5 sk sw, 'sf' , Staterooms Guided by their respective chaperons, passengers occupv- ing forty-two stateroorns board- ed the ship and sailed through the school year I937-38, inter- mittently carryinq on cornpe- tition annonq themselves. They chose their own presi- dent, vice-president, secretary, and treasurer. Presidents include Anderson, Martha Anderson, Robert An- tleg Bacon, Maxine Beach, Bar- bara Beach: Biclrel, Jacnes Nestell, Kenneth Marlrsg Brown, Harold Leppien, Florence Car- mellg Crittenden, Fred Schrnidtj Senn, Elrner P. Sirnong Lewis, Robert Leclieg Crurnp, Robert Chisrn, Betty Bowrnanp Day, Doris Benford, Joan Dillong Dersch, Kenneth Garchow, .lu- lius Delerneesterq Doidge, Bet- ty Cobb, Drehrner, Robert Sauvej Francis, Harold Flack, Bette Davis: Fraser, Marv Goodwyn, Getz, Ann Doert- ner, Ray l-leidtlcej Gibbs, El- len Fleischrnannj Gi-esel, Ruth Fausel, Arthur l-terzogj Glas- coch, Sheldon lrish, Williarn Holt, Gross, Franl Muehlenf beckg Howe, Robert Johnsong Lange, Stanley Marlsg Light, Helen l-lubinqer, Lucas, Ann Allington, Edward Kirstowslcy, French, James Kennedy, Mor- gan, Dorothy Mattheisq Os- born, Richard Redierng Peter' sctn, Rosalie Nagel, Eleanor Peterson, Poulscir, Betty Jane Pocpecl, Don Ri-:eg Rannsey, Jennie Priorg Schmidt, Joyce Drehmerg Schubert, Walter Seibel, Shorney, Ted Kennedyj Spaqnuola, Elirieda Grernelg Start, Junior Sctielcerrnan, Don Sornrnertieldj Stewart, Ann Bas- lowq Stocldale, Vernon Sher- rnanj Vanderhooi, Frank Rup- prechtg Ward, Marcia Van Au- lfeng Mr. Wells, Rosarnond Wanlg Miss Wells, James Woolever, Wolqast, Sophie Miller, Tracy Ellis, Spaqnuola, Warren Blachneyj Woodman, Arthur Zahn. Oscar Miller, Morgan, and Arthur Schweins- haupt, Ward, are without pic- tures. The activities which provid- ed cornpetition included the scholastic point standings race, the S. U. O. carnpaiqn, the Red Cross seal sale, drivers' tests, iunior and senior play ticket sales, debate, girls' and boys' volleyball, horseshoe playing, the cross country race, parade tloats, the tree tnrow tourna- fnent, boys' basketball, and boys' and girls' softball. Unit- ing ettorts, thirty-three state- roonws prepared Christmas bas- lfets tor needy tarnilies. Senn's stateroom came out on top of the scholastic Doint standing race tor the tirst two rnarlinq periods, with Melicl and Lange close behind in the tlrst and Ward and Stewart in the second. Senn dropped down to second for the third V938 marking period, whiie Lights passengers took over the reins and retained them through the tiith period, Ward's state- room captured rtwird place tar the third marking period, Rafi- nersfup for the fourth were Siesel and Spagmiola, tcir the fifth Crittenden and Ward. Making the greatest inn- pravernent over rtie precedirg period Vander-i'ioof's staterconz wan the Dia-:ue tor the second ciericd, Miss Wells iCir tt-e third, Dersctw Ter tre ioarr-N and Franeis tar tre tiitn. Nine staterisorrs succeeded in ccirverting ati their masses' gers to the Qian at bring a 53,50 Student Unian Tic-'et fgr grgrnissior t-3 ali ,agtivities rn deck and a few on snow. Tie nine inciade Francis, Eatz, Giesel, Grass, Howe, Large, Osborne, Schubert, had Snar- ne-V. in a carripaiqn iast biflzre Cnristraas, Gatfs, Dafs, ara Glaser-:Vs statercofs Soi: 'ce rriost Red Cross seais, The ciicaa- gf tre se'er. carcpaign, the drivers tes's, found Dersctts stateroom weii out ahead, Mr. Daws and Miss Soagna- aias groups :rcivej their si- cierigirit, in saiesrriaknici when tney tc-Qi, niqtiest twrginrgrs ir- ootti iuniar and senicr ciars SWG Band Bom-ie ticket sales, Miss Spaqriaciias advisors was first in the Band Bocnce saies and Mr. Da,'s second, wniie tt'-e situation reversed in tn' :iav ticiet saies. its pair of escelient debat- firs brouqtxt victory tc- Mr, Wcigasts grasp ir ine debate tzuri-arent, Tre Weiis- Peterson tex' tcok tirst' ciiace hcnors in tre giris' vciiiexbaii, wniie the An' derson team rvade its way tg vi:tciry in tie bows' tieid. Taking dnubie tic-nors, Miss Gibbs' bots wan both 'ne t-crsesiwce and basketbaii tour- Parents, Conibining treir artistic ideas, rne qrzams at Mrs, Gif- sei, and Miss Petersen aan first place in tt'-3 parade con- test with tneir t'-itat. Cross iinmtrr' nirors went tci Mr. Rarnsefs sziiiad. Tne stateroocn under tne :Faperonaqe :F Mr, Sctisbert received tzs raniind in 'He bots' free ttrrciw toarnanzenr. Tre Garz-Sfewarr qiris piaced rirst in qiris sirbaii. Each aavisow attaining Hgh- est ratings in aft of frese tields are awarded ooinfs to- ward tre advisory score icq and the advisory scciring the aighesr mi'-wber ot coifits is ieciarea tee ctiarnpior. Miss Deters-urs group, rciorn 4, re- :eivej tae can tar the riqhest wrnber ct points iast year Nitn Miss Howes and Mr. Days grcsps as runners-ap. as su.- Qv S!- -16 11 'J' wut" I .- 15. 'ls Q-1. Legenda 21 'K I V i f S VH r i i 'Nb X M Q . .I eil , - , ,951 K ' ik iiff. T T i W ,S i ' - ' f E if 1 V i x ur' , A 1 fi 1, ' 'I , s 1-Sxi i . N , Q 2 ,s ez w g:-' . g I T 1 x if iss- fs ' ' ? 5 5'.:,pE.ii, ' ' " ' si we . ri? N Xi av - - ..,, 've X i .i I N., ? . 'WJ -.4 N . R , Air. X AFM I , 'X Jr--, :ii-S A J' QQ . I " ' ' , i.. mils' . 'H 'W V',-- . Lv ' sy i M I lt y. za l' 4 1" ' wr , . 'V I '. FQ 1- Y' ,... -.st I f 4 ix a K 1 it v4-,l .. W . mam xv ia 6' 'F 'if ,ffl M' ,,.,.,.,v .4 ' 1'-"' it A if I A A ,.,, 'W -'!, 95 Y . 3 5 ,gg ,G av 1' ii iv A A p 'V'5', , . I i . ' A F' Q I' '- 6- A re' I Graduating BETTY-JO ACHARD "Pudgy" Advisory vice-president, Biology Club, Home Ec vice-president, Alchemists, Girl Reserves, National Honor Society VIRGINIA M. ADAMS "Gin" Alchemists president, Debate, AllfA's, National Honor Society MARJORIE F. ALDRICH "Marge" Advisory athletic manager, vice-president, president, Legenda, Commencement pageants, French Club, Biology Club president, secretary, National Honor Society secretary, Quill-Scroll VIRGINIA ALDRICH "Ginny" Home Ec, Choir, Intramurals GEORGE D. ALGER Advisory treasurer, secretaryg Intramurals, National Honor Society ESTI-IER MARGARET ANAMAN "Etta" Girl Reserves, Declamation, Debate' DONALD M. ANDERSON "Andy" Intramurals, Football, Baseball MARTHA E. ANDERSON "Mart" Advisory president, secretary, Intramurals VIRGINIA MARIE ANDRE "Gi " nny Advisory athletic manager, Girl Reserves, Lettergirls, Personality Club, Intramurals, Ping-pong champ, '37, '33 ROBERT CHARLETON ANTLE "Buck" Advisory president, Crucibles vice-president, Football, Basketball, Golt, Intramurals EDWARD JOSEPH ANZICEK "Ed" Advisory vice-president, treasurer: Football, Letterrnen president, Bas- ketball, Intramurals, National Athletic Honor Society LOIS KATI-IRYN APPOLD Home Ec, Personality Club, German Club IRENE MARIE ARPT "I" Advisory treasurer, Alchemist vice-president, Intramurals ELMER R. ARMAN Intramurals CHARLES E, AUBEL Advisory president, secretary, treasurer, Golf, Intramurals, National Athletic Honor Society CLARENCE AVERILL "Snead" b Athletic manager, Debate, National Honor Society HILDEGARDE B. BAHNE "Hilda" Intramurals, Home Ec secretary FRANCIS W. BALLEY KENNETH R, BANFIELD "Banny" Football, Intramurals MALVA ANN BANK GLORIA GRACE BARLOW Advisory athletic manager, Service Club ANN BASKOW . l Advisory president, All-A's, National Honor Society MAXINE PATSY BEACH "Mac" y Advisory president, athletic manager, Home Ec president, Intramurals ROBERT H. BEEMAN "Bob" All-A's FLOYD BEFFREY, JR. "Bet'I" U Football, Baseball, Basketball, Intramurals, Choir MARION A. BEFFREY "Batt" DORIS N. BENFORD "Doris" A A l Advisory president, Arts Drarnatics, Girl Reserves president Per- sonality Club president, S, U. O. president, Football Queen, Jlunior, Senior playsg D. A. R. representative, National Honor Society 22 I938 Seniors ., fsi '. 7 f ii JOHN R, BENFORD 'E Debate .Y. ' ' 1' JOHN D. BENSON, JR. "Berne" A Inrrarnurals . MARIE BEYER Pi A R. - A eoTTLiEB BIERL Jr, reams" ig ,fl-RH Advisory secrelarv, Leqenda, Inirarnurals A ELVERA BIERLEIN 'Q if-1 , SARA A. BINASIO 'TM Advisory afhlelic manager, Intramurals, Home EC if T I 5 KMA, JOHN HAROLD BLACKNEY "Bono" ',If,, .3 , Inrrarnurals, Alhleric manager ' 'V T A CLARENCE BLOCK Crucibles, Nalional Honor Sociely ii, It W. HERBERT BOCK R I ' Ei? VIOLA THREASA BOISSONEAULT "Buzzie" , lui , ri- , - L. TRENE BOLTZ , , , B , x 3 fa- EDWARD RICHARD BOMBOSKE, JR. "Ed" ,f . if B51 Advisory secretary, Intramurals, Choir, Foolball fyifsf- 4. ' ,, DOROTHY lvl. BOOUETTE "Dol" 'F " b ' A . Girl Reserves ' ,Q V A' F 1 , i . BETTY L. BOWMAN "BeHs" if ' au. I- ,3 I ' Advisory presidenl, vice-presidenlg Comrnencernen? pageant, French 1" gs " " Club, ein Reserves Y , RUTH M. BOYD "RudgzE" ' ' Advisory Treasurer, secretary, vice-president Intramurals, Alclwemr ' if-"-BN isrs, Biology Club, Girl Reserves, French Club, Personaliry Club, Baslcefball, Sof'rbalI, National Honor Sociefy E. DOROTHY BRASSEUR I I , X' Girl Reserves, Inrrarnurals 5 A A 3 E' DONALD LEWIS BREMER like , ,I 'I ' 49 JEROME BRENNER, JR. 'Ueffyi' Advisory vice-presidenr, Hi-Y Oresideril, Junior, Senior plays: ' fr 5243, . 42' Pageanls, Band Bounce, Leqerida, All-A's, OUilIESCroIl, Nalional ' 1 3:5 Honor Sociery ' iz I, ,- I DOROTHY A. BRICKER RQ i Advisory Treasurer, Biology Club, Girl Reserves, Alchemisls, QuiII'ScrolI, K I ff Personalily Club, Legenda, All-A's, National Honor Sociefy - WALLACE J, BROWN "Brownie" Advisory arhleric rnanager, Inrrarnurals Y Z: f ' DONALD ARTHUR BRUESSOW "Rooster" ff 1" Q I I 7 nlramura s Ti J , LL., 4, I by . ,A x,gJ.sQ Lahti Q A ,.. ll I u- - ' ,Q ALTHEA JANE BUCHANAN "AI" X, ' ' - t Advisory afhlelic rnanager, Home EC , ELEANOR MAE BURDEN "Elly" ' DOROTHY C. BURNELI. "Dol" 'X R KEITH BURRELL Q, " f ' Inframurals Q QI -A t, MARGARET E, BUTTS "M " ,, . , ,, I arqe Y it . , I JEAN E, BYRON " 1 1, ,V 'Av , L e 9 e n d a V R .-Eff 23 .zrl ir, i A N X -. - - . -wx ' -i-tif: ts' " :tt tl A . S 4, I 13 . it . r-a-:um 'll ' V K h , , t ww ie ' . X -as -ix. ' Qihll W ' T, 'X t w,.' ,gi n X . if . . ,.1:iiRit' " 'i-wi-5' ' t . i " I ,f v i-' as 'w ,Q - . 'QW' ' , " A ' X . I- IN, 1 'W ' Z 1. ' - X, ' ' L' .V R .rf . ag, A , ' ' I -' ""' - f ef 4 x l El,,,.,, I . tt-115 - 'v X, ,I v-"' U ' QN, sta yi uc., 'A - vw :null bf qvq A ,. Q .,,..:s, ,. p ,, .fl-f f . ,N ,V , . V Q ,SH N . .4..f, y A its- ., V. t :,i,.,3k,, . ., Q, . As, A 1 g 1 L , X sig' ,Mm 9 f e- 'kq 5 ek? 43 , am ,J Graduating MARY ANN BYRON MARGARET SHIRLEY CAMPBELL Advisory secretary, treasurer, Intramurals, Alchemists, French Club president, Quill-Scroll, Current Events Club, NEWS Editor-inACl'iief, Debate, All-A's, National Honor Society MARY ELIZABETH CANELL "Ginger" GERRY D, CARROLL "Drip" Intramurals, Band, Dance Orchestra MARIAN ELLEN CHAPMAN Girl Reserves O. MURIEL CHAPMAN ALICE C. CHIDEO "ChicI-en" Intramurals ELAYNE CLINKSTON "Clint" French Club, Girl Reserves president, treasurer, Personality Club, Current Events Club, Quill-Scroll, NEWS business manager, advertising man- ager ORAL A. COATES BETTY JAYNE COBB "Bettina" Advisory president, secretary, Girl Reserves, Senior play, NEWS, All-A's, OuillYScroII, National Honor Society JOSEPHINE C. COBB "Jo" ARTHUR M. COLBY "Art" National Honor Society ARLENE MARION COLLIER "Arney" Advisory vice-president, secretary, Intramurals, Girl Reserves, Lettergirls president, Personality Club LEONA MARIE COOK Choir MARY L. CORSON Advisory Secretary, Honor Society "Cootie" treasurer, Arts-Drarnatics, NEWS, National LAVENA ANN COY DOROTHY ANN COYLE DONALD EUGENE CRANE "Don" Advisory treasurer, B. O, C. vice-president, Band, Orchestra, Choir, Drum maior "Dot" DOROTHY JEAN CURTIS "Puri" French Club, Girl Reserves DORIS C. DANHOFF ARLENE K. DANKERT Cl'lOir BETTE LOUISE DAVIS "Batty" Advisory president, athletic manager, Intramurals, Art Club, Orchestra, Softball, Volleyball HARRY G. DAVIS, Jr. p Advisory president, Intramurals, B, O. C. vice-president, Band, Or- chestra, Dance Orchestra, Satety Board LILA MARY DECHER "Lye" - f "V . nossizr JUNIOR DELANEY A . 55 Intramurals ii Q - MARION EDITH DELONCI g H ' 5 J Horne Ec treasurer, Commencement pageant . , Al' - T' Joi-IN EDWARD DEMMER "Gow" ,, ' ' 5 Foaibsii . 2 vb I 9 3 8 24 Seniors JEANETTE LOUrsE Desi-IONE P Q, I DONALD M. DETWILER "Dar" - , , Q, Advisori secretarv, treasurer, Intramurals A 8, 'Q ii' . A aj gs, Y -L 6. i r RUTH N. DlCE , , R' f ' ' Q E w if, V, 5 41 .Q J X CLARA E. DlEL .. l i Home EC 3 Q,-X J V' I r ANN HlLDRETr-I DOERENER "Andy" Af' ,l 5' Advisory Oreslaent, vice-president, lntrarriurals, Band Bounce, Christ- , mas pageant All-A's, Volleyball, Softball, National Honor Societv A ' JACOB DONSON "Jars l ,' I'itra"u'e s if JOYCE A, DREHMER 5 , Advisorw cresroerr, Girl Reserves treasurer, Orchestra, Art Club, Debate, 5' V ,Q Alchemists, National Honor Society 'z 5. , 5 JOSEPHlNE DUDUis "Jar .N Advisor, secwstarw, Intramurals N r ,D SUZANNE JANE DURHAM "Sue" , lntre"J'els Are Club, Lerrergrrls N Q l GEORGE F. EisEREEiN 1'Ebe" '- I ,lx ' A. RAY ELLswORTi-i, Jr. ' l ' 5 'f Advisorx a'hle'iC manager, lntrarnurals, Debate Basietball rrnanager ' i l - 'A ElLEEN M ENSZER Adviser. v :E-president, treasurer Q : r 55 . is a-f-r ' I s xi' if GLADYS C EvANs 'Z A JACK EVANS Jaw r ,. in Football !Na'ro'al Athletic Honor Society ' I li " T Q iff" NELDE E EVANS "Neil" ' , f lr-tra".'5 S D rf ' , J i ' ' J rg, LAWRENCE B EARNUM "Larry" , f ' iff. , I. . Advisorv Ores deft, Biology Club, l-liAY, National Honor Societv Q lj ' " - A ' M . x -J ROSE E, rAssEzRE "E 11 " ' "' f, 'A f UV f "BQ i" +"URi RUTH J. EAUSEL "BlararE" A- l , . Advisom sezretarv, presidenty French Club Biology Club, Girl il Reserves Personality Club, Current Events Club, Quill-Sgroll, NEWS e: 'of National Honor Societv in Q-2 9 NO rls, Softball, Basketball, X ' EMMA ANN EELJ -J Advisory at'wlE': Warager, Intrarnurals, Letterqi Volleyball HOWARD H HSCHER Advisor, secretary treasurerg Intramurals, Baseball ROBERT E, FlSl-IER "Bob" lntrewurels Arts-Dramatics, Junior Play HAROLD FLACK Advisory bresoer' treasurer, German Club vice-president, Orchestra, Choir, Rhythrf Rarqers, National Honor Society ELLEN JOAN FLElSCl-IMANN Aovisori SE-c'evarv, treasurer, president: French Club, Personality Club, D r'a'ics '37 Debate winner, Declarnatior winner, Junior, Senior National Horor Society Arts- ra , plays, S. LJ. O secretary, treasurer, EDNA MAE FLETCHER "Ed" LORNA C. FOERSTER ERNEST W. FORDNEY, Jr. "Ernie" Advisory Ofesiderit, vice-president, secretary, lntrarvnurals CYRlL E. PORTIER "FrenChv" ' Orchestra D6C5'E, Declarnation, 25 Legenda . . .. .V 3 r w? Fi ,, . n ,I-' V' lf . 94" ha- . 'gf o rn Q...- 1 v. 1-A-A r eff sv- 1 -nw b. Q v -1. lp. W H s ,, 1 if I. in .- ' f .G- X 1 W I f. N, a'-' V 4 .. -1 - ' .. -, -5. s, 7.- .Jn-I - 4 , ,.., 5, ., -.,,-, X y I 1 1, -5 Q' . K' .,1 f Ls' I-7. U ' mls, I' I ff,-Q MM ff. PM nv ,. ff... ,. v- -. 1. 4 U 'nf 's ,.4 ..a , , . ".1v5x':':. 'MLK 1 . r -"f v f .Q K., . 4,- 'fn- iw an I .XJ zz, , y :C X W' 7, E 1 H1 I 1-A fr , Lf.. :3,V,,. 1' . , f. ',-ff 'W Py, -mu ' 1 2 fr R 1 J. ,. 5. 1, -1 .- r , . ."v vi, X .41 ., .. X . -1 . , '.f. l.. l.V.,f,1'lz. , ,,' , 1 - Q -A P 4 J... . ,J -'w 4, ' - H .1-",T.f' 1 '43 r ? .' - -n..' VT ., J, V. , , , 1,6 w - w, 5547. -11:- 0511.5 W. -A., , !,,,s,,:f . , ,4 5.41 af ' 1 - ' SI -. Qs:-" I - I ii: A .R . Q .II ai "T 'II T' 3 ,V fd It X . rr 14' Y Q .1,,,., M.. F. Y T I " I fm - I I . iii X . " ' 'i w N .- . iw J. M- W . is .K 1 ff x as . ' if I n R '- ' :I i" wk I' is . 9 , nf K' L ' 1 'U 3 gf 1 QV' lg ' .I ' lfisif-Q - 0 'Q V. Ifmf' .ir Q. 4 Graduating ELEANOR RUTH FOX "Shorty" French Club, Orchestra .IEAN FRANCE Advisory vice-president, treasurer. athletic rnanagerg Iritryrurglgl Choir ROSEMARIE C. M. FRAPPART MAXINE FREDERICK WILLIAM F. FREDERICK "Will" Advisory vice-president, Intramurals FRANCES JEANNE FRIEDER "Fran" Advisory secretary, treasurerg French Club, Alchernis'S BETTY JEAN FRIEDLI VINCENT B. FURLO "Vince" EVELYN M. FURSTENBERG CATHERLINE L. GAUS "Kate" Advisory viceapresidenf, secretaryg Biology Club, Arts-Drar-r3":s AIchem- ists, French Club, Junior, Senior pIays7 AII-A's, National I-Icno' Sccietv ELIZABETH C. GEESE "Betty" Personality Club DOROTHY K. GEORGE "Dot" CLINTON F. GILBERT "CIink" JOHN J. GOLOMB National Honor Society VERA EVA GOLOMB "Vie" MARY MILDRED GOODWYN Advisory president, secretaryg GirI Reserves, French CIE: Cfziq Arts- Drarnatics ELIZABETH RUTH GRAHAM "Betty" Advisory secretary. Arts-Drarnatics, RersonaIity Ci-: Ccvwrnence- Choir MARION GREENWALD "Greeny" rnent pageant, AII-A's MICHAEL F. GREKO "Mite" ELFRIEDA A. GREMEI. Advisory president, Candy store cIerIy National Honor Scce ROBERT E. GRENELL "Bob" SOPHIE A. GROSS CARL J. L. GUGEL "Barney" WILBERT J. GUGEL DOROTHY L. HABKE "Dot" MILDRED M. HAENLEIN LAWRENCE R. I-IAGON "Larry" IntrarnuraIs Z5 ima ,- . DSTIIOFS ROBERT F. I-IANSEN "Bob" . Advisory president, Debate, NationaI Honor Socuety HELENA HANSON . Advisory treasurer, Intramurals, French Club, Arts-Dramatics, Horne EC, Debate, AII-A's, AIchernists, National Honor SocIety MAJEL L. HARRIS Intrarfurals, Pe-rsonaIiTy Club, Choir CHARLES P. HAUSBECK "Chuck" IntrarrIuraI vanager RAYMOND CARL HAWKINS "Ray" JOHN C. HELVESTON, Jr. "Jack" Advisory athletic manager, Hi-Y president, vice-presidentg Traci- MARGERY ANNE I-IEVMETER "Marg" A f I, F I-I CIub, Arts-Drarnatics secretary, AdvISory se: etary, Intrarnuras renc PersonaIitv CIIJb president., NEWS editor, Current Events Club, OuIII Scroll, National Honor SocIety BETTY ANN HENSLER "Betts" Advisory treasurer, Intramurals ZONA A. HENSLER .A .N ,,.' ., I ., I Q 'S 'L rf.. ffqhs 'yi , - 4 bf 'Q gf- Q If . f MATTHIAS L. HEPPLER "Man" . I I' " A ff .. ,f AdvISorx oresnlent V ' lg MARIE C. HERTZ "Mickey" ff? D if l g Advisory ethIe?ic rnanaqer, PersonaIity CIub, Arts-Drarnatics A, -Q EUGENE E. HERZBER6 "Gene" A. I . 4 - -I 'd In'ra"IJraIs I, -" -1 I ' gi HAROLD Gi. I-II SGINS Intramura's STANLEY HILDEBRANDT "Stan" RUTH LOUISE HINZ Serwan CIub CHARLES J. HLAD, Jr. "Whitie" B. O. C., Tract, Band, Crucibles, National AtnIe-tic Honor Society REVA ISABELLE I-IOAG "Pee Ween ' ' ' t Arts-Drarnatics Advisory vce-president, Personality Club secre ary, Curref-I Events CIub, Senior play, Debate, NEWS editor, OuiII-ScrOI NationaI Honor Society MARGARET RUTH HOCK "Shadow" S.. A f a A -. A 4 5 , ,. I . . . 3 N K EDITH IRENE Hors 3 WILLIAM C. HOLT "Bill" - I A . Y, ' Advisory :-resident, treasurer, Inrran'IuraIS, Choir, Junior plav 5, " ,. JOHN H. HOPPE "Jack" TE' ' H' 9' .Hx .... . l V , 'QS " -' I . .3 ' I ' 32:3 sngh b .Q WILLIAM J. I-IUTCHISON "Hum" Q I 1 FootbaII, Basre'baII, Track ' ,. " ' ' ,- SHELDON THOMAS IRISH . ' t i 'xg -J Advisory' :reside-nt, secretary, treasurer: Band, Choir Q I JOHN A. JACOBI "Jack" F' ip G Infrarmrals, Art CIub, BioIocIy CIub, Band, Orchestra , ELEANOI2 M. Jex "Jane" 'ig 'A ,L Advisory Secretary, Horne Ec president X - .311 ,A ALMA I. JOHNSON "Arnie" , 6. .Ez 2 Advisory treasurer, BioIogy Club, G-irI Reserves, QuiII-Scroil, All-A's rw L V L NEWS editor, National Honor Society , ,' 13 BETTY L. JOHNSON "see" .yy f' I -fu Advisory secretary, Giri Reserves ,L T ' JII1 .g SEQ , Legenda 27 . W :I I ' Q. I , ix r. 29, 5 IQ.. ,K 'Q' J I Q' Q xaagqill , c , - 'N ', I 'I ' -If 1 , H . , QW ?' fe I , II fi I was T' I ws F- X ., I. ir -x R fe.. ,. Q . lf 'L 5 . A :Q A A.. P wi I' 2' -I 'W ' . I L. J . ,if R Lx Q Q -. . A NI' .3 rx - sk sl X fir' E' H' A HELEN CAROL JOHNSON Graduaring Band JOHN E. JOHNSON "Johnny" I f n ramurals, Bang Bounce, Rhyfhm Rangers RICHARD M. JO HNSON "Dick" Band ROBERT E. JOHNSON Advisory presidenr, Hi-Y, B. O. C., Crucibles preshen' Safefy Boar Biology Club, Orchesrra, Band, Band Bounce, S. U. O. vice-presiden Narional Honor Society LOIS L. JOLEY HAROLD J. JORDAN Inframurals ALFRED R. KAROW "AI" JACOUELINE KAUFFOLD RALPH V. RECK Foo+baII WILBERT R. KEINATH VIRGINIA RUTH KELLY FLORENCE E. KEMERER TED KENNEDY, Jr, Advisory presideni, Hi-Y Leif "Jackie" "Ginnie4' "Flo" , errnen, Debaie, Foo1baII, Bas?erbaII, Tennis AII-A's, S. U. O. oresidenf, vice presideni, rreasurerg Nanonal Afhlefic Honor Sociefy, Nafional Honor Sociery MARTHA M. KERBEL "Mari" German Club secrefary CLARENCE O. N. KERSTEN "CIare' Nafional Honor Sociefy EDWIN BURL KERSTEN EDWARD C. KIRSTOWSKY Advisory president vice-p men, FooIbaII, BaskefbaII, Nafional Honor Sodefy LEONARD C. KLEMM THOMAS R. KNIEBBE "Tim" Inframurals, Choir, Baskerball "Speed" resident Hi-Y, C . .- J . IE' Baseball, In?rarnuraI Manager, Legends rucibles svrefary Lef' RALPH H. H. KOBOLDT "Oswald" PETER G. KOINIS "Pere" In+rarnuraIs, D b r e a e, Orcnesfra, Track MARIE H. KREBS DAVID KRENZ, Jr. "Dave" Infrarnural manager WILLIAM H. KRENZ DONALD W. KRUEGER "Don" Choir ETHEL F. KRUEGER MARGARET L. KRUEGER 28 "Marge" I 9 3 S Seniors A- A MARY ELEANOR KRUEGER ,A . A X' N LYDIA J. H. Ruci- ii. ' gg lnframurals L, 7 .Q , ., ARLENE H. RUEHN "Blondie" " , r mx , PEARL E. KUEHN iiD0lly" ALBERT CONRAD KUNDINGER X , s Crucibles, Ban: Tennis, Nafional Honor Society .W LaVON MARlE KUNDINGER "Von 5 GRACE M, LaELAlR 'Tony' National Hono' Soijiew DONALD C. LARSON "Tiny Band, Choir LOlS P. LAUCKNEP "Goon" Personality Cluo Girl Reserves, Biology Club LILLIAN WANETA LAWHORN f R ' ' jg . .- , Advisory secrerarv, rfeasurerg Choir . , ' - ah" I . ' z l HARRIETTE G. LEAMAN 3 I g tl H H r THELMA LEAMAN A ,H W Q '. ji : iv ., ey ' - , ,- -Byw - MARioN GRACE LeCLAlR "chip" ,L Advisory secrerary, arnlefi: r-ianaqerg lnfrarnurals, Personalirv Club, Horne " -"" ' EC, Debale, VollevDa" Z. ' V " i JANE ELIZABETH LEE ,A F! ' , . ' Girl Reserves, Ari Club , ' viRolNiA i. LEMANSKl "Ginny" ' , HAROLD J. LEPPIEN "Laffy" R ,b , Advisory president, lnlrawiurals, Choir, Baseball, Baslfefball e 5 ARTHUR HiLL LINDSTROM "Arr" gg, -A , f JOHN C. LiNR .. ' VA" ,., T 'V ELLEN A. M. LlST -' L Intramurals, Personallf, Club, Gerrnan Club, Sollball, Volleyball, Baskel- ball, Nalional Horor So' E JEAN ANN LUTZKE Advisory vice-oresizienl Arvs-Drarnalics, Home EC, Cornrnencennent pageanl MARY LOU M:AVOY "Coppie" rerj Frencln Club, Biology Club vice- ll Advisory viize-president, freasu president Legenza, Debafe, CErislrnas oageanl, Volleyba tional Honor Sociery ALAN MCCULLEN "Mac" u lnframurals JEAN E. MCFARLAND "Micky Advisory lreasuref, French Club WALTER B. MELELLAN "Wall lnlrarnurals ROSEMARY E. MQMALL "Mickey" EDWINA JUNE MEMANN "June" l Home Ec, Girl Reserves, Pageanls, Choir 5 ROY KENNETH M:NlsH Hmiagef' , "" Intramurals G4-if , A , Leqenda 'Q X wx 9 Y' V I I . . I I X . Mais r -I si ' S arf ' Q5 ,- H x I x I 4 'lf' eel A A . ,, I my as R Q f I I X- I . 5 Ks K 4 .Vwsg 'I . I 'iv 'X I :F R xx L W X .I L is .5 gr A . , ' 6 . Jif ,., Y . l ,4fi1- fr I is -Q - 9. ' . If ,:, . x gg, , ' I G S Gradualing ELEANOR J. MQWETHY Arts-Drarnarics, Ouill-Scroll, Pageanfs, Junior, Senior plays, NEWS ecliror Current Evenfs Club, National Honor Sociefy VIRGINIA RUTH MCWHIRTER "Ginny" Advisory vice-presideni, Inframurals, French Club Biology Club Leflergirls, Volleyball, Safely Board Q JEAN ELLEN MacDONALD "Mac" Arfs-Dramafics, Girl Reserves, Personalify Club JUNE ALTHEA MACKIE DONALD EDWARD MADDOX MARION JOAN MAGYAR BETTY JEAN MARKEY Nalional Honor Sociery GENEVIEVE JULIA MARKEY "Gen" Narional Honor Society STANLEY R. MARKS "Sian" Advisory presidenf, Intramurals, B. O. C., Banc, Orcneslra, Choir, Crucibles JEANNE L. MARR HILDA MARJORIE MARTIN "Margie" Intramurals FRANK B. MASON Advisory vice-presidenl, Intramurals, Biology CLC- seyefary JOHN S. MASON, Jr. "Jack" Advisory arhleric manager, Intramurals LEONA R. MASSICOTTE "Toni" DOROTHY M, MATHIS "Dor" Advisory secrelary GEORGE MARTIN MATTSON Advisory secretary CHARLES J. MAYNARD 4 Crucible Ireasurer, Hi-Y secrefary, Legenda, Na':'a H:':' So:-ew ELEANOR J, MEIER Home Ec "Charley" PEARL L, MEYER "Tomy" EMMA MILLER Volleyball ESTHER EMILIE MILLER MARION J. MILLER MARIAN GLADYS MILLER Advisory alnlefic: manager, lnlramurals OSCAR JOHN MILLER Advisory presidenr, Baseball, Nalional Alnleic -'Mo' Sociefy SOPHIE J. MILLER "Soon" Advisory presidenr, vice-presidenv, arhlefic manager: In+ra'mra's, Debate, Volleyball, Baskerball WILLIAM STEVENS MINARD "Bill" CHARLES R. MOORE "Charley" Inlrarnurals 30 was Seniors I i x . x NONA M. MOORE L '1s':s- MARY E. MouLroN -'sIIOrIy" ' 5 so '-R b I A HELEN M. MOYE L? . . ' - .. Personality Club, Girl Reserves, Debate i 1 1 FRANK A. MUEHLENBECK "suis" , ' Q Advisory president, Intramurals, Arts-Dramatics treasurer, Junior, Senior ,., ge5 , plays, All-A's, National Honor Society 6 ' vELMA MAE MUNGER 3 5 , ,, ' ' French Club, Choir ' .7511 XI A If "1 ids ,- HELENE E. NAGEL . , French Club, Personality Club, All-A's, Candy Store Clerk, Na- Q tional Honor Society si' 1 ROSALIE M. NAGEL "ROSE" . Q O, Advisory president, treasurer, Intramurals, B. O. C. president, secretary, - V A " A Girl Reserves, Choir, Debate, Band Bounce, Commencement page-ants, M- ' ff- " r Safety Board, National Honor Society , Q, , W - A , , -Q R ELEANOR E. NASON .. L ' x-gr ,N ROLAND A, NEIGH "Rolly" A Intramurals, Track, Rhythm Rangers V A-as ERED ROY NEIMAN . i Service Club 59 g A, I JAMES E. NESTELL "JIm'I 'El I ,u NSI -- ' Advisory president, Debate ' , if iii' MARGARET D. NEUMEYER "Mugs" Y, ' Advisory president, vice-presidentg Horne Ec, Choir, Band Bounce - F - ii: 5' HELEN LOUISE NEWMAN , I ERIEDA VIOLET NIIcoLAI "NIIRI" ga ' - A , Advisory vice-president, secretary, treasurer, B. O. C. secretary, Ger- QQ ' 5,3 man Club, Band, Orchestra 1' lRENE s, NIIECHTERLEIN "Nia" Q- I R R fe . WILMAR F. NUECHTERLEIN ' 7-5 K . WILLIAM H. o'aRIEN "BIII" , i 1 Football, National Athletic Honor Society ,v,A I gs - ng, I EUGENE DALE OEHRING "Gene" , - ,l 2- I R A ,F W , MARCELLA E. R. oEHRINe- ,. , . V DANIEL E. o'RIoRDAN, Jr, "windy" . fi' . , A Intramurals R LJ' N.. N Nm DORlS M. OSBORNE , X' . "" ' 'Fi Personality Club 5 , .A K JOHN WlLLlAM PACE "Johnny" ' WESLEY E. PEARSON "Wes" , as Band ' ,.-fs , , JANE PEIKERT me , French Club, Personality Club i , -- i H H IQ" , Q, r 1 ELEANOR M. PETERSON Pee Wee ' Aj ,s-, . Advisory president, vice-president, secretary, Intramurals, Volleyball, Bas- ketball, Softball, National Honor Society bi ' '- 3 RACHEL MAE PHILLIPS "shrimp" gd R l I A '- -vg- Advisory secretary, vice-president, Art Club, B. O. C., Choir S2 3 A " ROBERT C. PIECHOTTE "Bob" X I -I .N ., Sag. ..f L e g e n d a .. 9 X l e A 'Wm . W W, Q1-r LH - ' " 'Pav -2 .- ,JW Liu, 2 K. I c Q-'Rx gl . , If fa Yi . . Q 6' R sfo? I Xl Uh . Nl X X GX 4, 5"" iii 5 x. pw Q x x X S .zrf N X R 'D , Xx0 ,.s. X X Wx 'X X NC 'Q R X 95' X f T ,aSj N V X , . f x., X it "W ii I' il ' wi Yu 'I A ' , yi? VA gi x. JQBMWT , l 15 wg fix.-X 1 'J .I ' I X A rf, "" uw ., . W M v,,. ma limi ,V-. It ,s5. ,,wJ:,. my " A me W 'I' N A X , ff , , A . li e n! YQ .za n'2liQ?i LS? ' A ER' 9 i it 3 ,V 'Y i es. "gf ,QQ GraduaHng DORIS ELLEN PIFFER Orcheslra WALLACE EUGENE PLONTA "WaIlie" lnlramurals, Biology Club, Arfs-Dramalics, Junior, Senior playsg Choir Baseball MARCELL M. PODDVIN Nalional Honor Sociely LEONA A. POMERVILLE "Lonie" Choir BETTYAJANE POPPECK "Poppy" Advisory presidenl, French Club, Nalional Honor Sociely ALBERT DEAN PORTER "Al" RALPH POWELL "Red' Inlramurals, Baskelball ALBERT F. H. PRIEBE "Abe" Advisory secrelary, lnlrarnurals URAIH SEYMORE PRINGLE "Billy" MARION PRINZ Candy Slore Clerk JENNIE LOUISE PRIOR Advisory presidenf, Biology Club secrelary, Girl Reserves, Nalional Honor Sociely DOROTHY ELIZABETH PUFFPAFF "Puff" Choir GLADYS M. RABIDEAUX "RabbiI" Advisory alhlelic manager, lnfrarnurals, Lellerqirls, Volleyball, Baskelball Soflball DONALD C. RAE "Don" MADELINE HELEN RAILLING "Maddie" lnlrarnurals LORRAINE E,- RATHBURN "Lorrie" Choir ' RICHARD D. REDFERN "Dick" I in Advisory presicleril, secrefary, vicefpresidenl, Ireasurerg lnlrarnurals Biology Club, Crucibles, Senior play, Nalional Honor Sociely presidenr SARAH JANE REED "Sally" VIRGINIA PEARL REEDER "Ginger" FLORENCE L. REESE "Flo" Nalional Honor Society HELEN L. REESE JUNE CATHERINE REILLY "Skippy" EDWARD J. REIMER "Ed" Band CHARLES E, REINEKE "Chuck" Advisory vice-presidenl, Band JANE ANN REMER "Foo" Advisory secrefary, Personalify Club, Ar? Club, Ouill-Scroll, AII-A's, NEWS edilor, Senior play, Currenf Evenrs Club, National Honor Sociely MARION A. E. REMER "Myon" MARIAN I. REYNOLDS 32 I 9 Seniors DONALD RICE IIDOFII Advisory president, Inframurals, Hi-Y 'fl N , .I . EMMALINE LOUISE RICHARDSON "Emy Lou" 3 - li Advisory presidenf, vice-presidenfg Girl Reserves .. f ' A ' EMELINE JANE RICHIER ,gh Advisory treasurer, Arr Club R A - g f"-. , 4? TD- A I LAWRENCE E. RICHTER rd" 9 M. KATHERINE RICK "Kafe' A M 'J fig f E SHIRLEY ANN ROBINSON 4 p K ' Advisory secretary, arhlefic manager: Inhamurals, Home Ec vice- Q "5 Q. president, oresidentg GirI Reserves, Band Bounce, Choir , 5 V A JAMES W. ROCKWOOD "Rocky" K, H, , Advisory presidenf V 2 ROSELYN M. ROEDEL "Rosie" is I Home EC, Choir I gi 11, MARION B. ROOT I A T' 'E' 6' , I i f ' r- il. CLARENCE FRANKLIN RUBY "Clare" ,K I - . Intramurals, Orchestra, Track, Nafional Honor Sociery 1 - WILLIAM KENNETH Rupp 5312.5 Q ' CARoL M. SALESKY "Kay" 'R "' Q 39 5 I! ,r ' R' gt f ' 1-E 2 EDWIN W. H. SALESKY "Ea" . A, ARLENE H, sARoW "R" ' I ' 'Q PeI3soIrIliII,:MCLJbSAV GE HD H I-A 61 ,, as , Q QE, e ' 'A OC 'E , 'f ml I I' .L K J, JOYCE JANE SAVAGE "Dada" " W f DOROTHY SCHAEFER "Dads" . if 'RA Advisory secretary, Infrarnurals, National Honor Sociery Q E ci t V, , JACK E, SCHAPER , 'A . I ff- Q RAYMOND P, SCHAUMAN "Ray" Q FREDERICK L, SCHMIDT Aff' 'V 'E I Advisory Dresidenr, InframuraIs, Debaie, NEWS, Currenf Evenis CIub, , I "A' R-rg OIJEII-Scroli, Naricnai Honor SoCie'ry Q Q A WILLIAM P. SCHMIIJT "Bill" R 'WE 4, lnframurals ' -' 'I .. , 'A K ., "'n.1E-2429 JEAN E. SCHMITTGEN National Honor Sociefy RUTH MARIE SCI-IOENHEIT "Shiner" Advisory afhIe'ric manager, Ini I RUTH A. SCHUETZ Advisory afI-Ilefic manager, Inrramurals, Horne Eg, Volleyball ramura s, Home Ec. MARION E. SCI-IULTZ "Mare" HOMER ARTHUR SCHULZ Inirarnurais ' MILTON FREDRICK SCI-IULZ "Milt" Infrarnurals, Band, Dance Orchesfra Legenda -qu-. lem if -":' Q. I ww F A .3 , J I, , ,,..,V 1 www I i QQ N, 3' y :H , it 5, . is I I- .vi f l mfg-H , ' gms., if f . A A -J' -? 1' :Yi ' I 'S' ' Y I . 5 A ii -v 'F 3 7-WEE A -. V' ,, .. , J:-QV., . ,dxf lf, 1 - -J . , If -- , T S' B1 -- iii' ' ii,-R 'X 'I S x I' G rad ualing S. DeLOS SCOUTEN Inrramurals, Choir BEVERLY BAYNE SEAMAN "Beb" French Club, Declamafion WALTER M. SEIBEL "Si" Advisory presidenl, alhlelic manager, lnlramurals, Baslcelball, Base- ball, Crucibles HENRY A. SEIDEL "Hank" PAULINE B. SHAFLEY "PoIly" Advisory secrelary, Ireasurerg Girl Reserves DOROTHY ANN SHARPE Advisory Ireasurer, secrefaryg Biology Club, French Club, Girl Reserves, Paqeanfs, All-A's WILLIAM D. SHELDON, Jr. "Willis" EILEEN V. SHIRKEY ELMER E. SIMON "Si" Foofball, Baseball, Basketball ELMER PETER SIMON "Pele" Advisory presidenl, lnlrarnurals, Quill-Scroll presidenl, Currenl' Evenls Club, Hi-Y, NEWS sports editor, Debale, S. U. O. secrefary, treasurer, Nalional Honor Sociery FRED JUNIOR SIMON "Junior" lnfrarnurals ANN MARY SKORSKI LOUIS D, SMITH II "Lou" Advisory vice-oresidenf, Inlramurals, HisY, Foolball, Crucibles, Nafional All-ilelic Honor Sociely, Nalional Honor Sociefy OWEN R. SMITH "SmiHy" lnlrarriurals, Band STEWART G. SMITH WALTER A. SMITH "SmiIfy" Inlramurals LYLA MAY SNAPP "Ginger" Advisory alhlelic manager PAUL E. SNYDER lnframurals, Debalo VIRGINIA ANN SOLMS "Ginger-Snap" B. O. C. DONALD L. SOMMERFIELD "Slim" Advisory presidenr, aflwlelic manager, Track caplain, Baskelball, ln- Irarnurals, Nalional Alhlefic Honor Socieiy, Lellerrnen Ireasurer IRMA SONNTAG lnlrarnurals BETTY JANE MARGUERITE SPECHT EVELYN C. SPRIESTERSBACH RAYMA FRANCIS STACK Advisory secrelary ELINOR STADNIKA ROBERT E. STARK "Bob" Advisory vicespresidenf, Inlramurals, Foolball manager, Currenl Evenls Club, Safety Board SALLY JEANNE STARKWEATHER Advisory treasurer, B. O. C., Personalily Club, Girl Reserves, Choir 34 1938 Seniors ,gf V. JUNE BATES sTEcKERT "sleek" . ,A - Advisory vice-president, Personality Club, Girl Reserves secretary 'Q , G MARGARET ELsiE STEEEE A Q5 5' Horne Ec, Softball, Volleyball, Basketball ' -- DOROTHY M. STELTZRIEDE "Dot" V 'A lntrarnurals, Girl Reserves - T. YQ - 1 5' "TTT MARJORlE C, STENROOS "Marg" LLOYD JOHN STERNBERG ELOlSE V. STEVENS "Vee" HAZEN 5-l. STEVENS 'll"lenrv" fieky il Advisory oresident, Intramurals, Spanish Club, Basketball, National Ath- LM Q sig.,- letic Honor Society, National Honor Society V fr 'i WILLlAM H. STONE Ill Rocky H A X . ,b ,H Aovisory secretary, intramurals, B, O. C., Arts'Drar'ratucs, Current A - , 'A ' Events Club, Orchestra, Band, Paqeants, Junior plav, NEWS, Ouill-Scroll ' -ji 'Z lg- ' 4- ef ANTONIA STRIG-ANOVICZ ff - Aovisory treasurer JAMES M. STUART "sine" W , ' - MTLDRED cs. TAYLOR A ,H , -Q ., Prem Club T . 'Q 'Q- STELLA E. Ti-LAMM "Tools" ' 'R Legenca 1 ' PAUL E, THON "sow . . 'gif -2 E -EE THURLOW "Pere ., . f. , A Asvscfi Qfesiderf 'R J' ALVIN THORMELER "Ai" T- V- , l-varrurals, Football manager V4 iii ' ieji, 3 - 'F ..f V .L DONALD W TRIER "Don" ' ii CARL W. TRINKLEIN "Trirrk" 'Q R3 ig 3, Czobves, National Honor Society J ,Q 4. V' X .WARREN e-, TURBIN "Turbo" ' if A ' 7' C WALTER C. VAN VOORHEES "Bud" M , Crue :les n th l if ,ii , A ,K ,, . ,, i ' Q L . 'fx MARCARET SUSAN VASOLD Maggie ,M 5 L wa s Leoenoa, Debate, lntrarnurals i Y 5' , EARL EDWIN voss "olive" , ' ' .11 Anvisory vice-president, president, lntrarnurals, Orchestra .L V ' 'X T 5. A R i . ANN LUClLLE WACKER "Zip" 3 4 -' ' Advisory treasurer, Girl Reserves, Legenda, Ouill-Scroll E Q -tk' LEONARD W. WAGNER Len C in ., 'rfrarnorals i Y, DELBERT C. WAHL "Dei" ' ' Advisory athletic manager, Choir H " l-tARRlET A. WAHL ROSAMOND C. WAHL "Puss" Advisory Dresident, athletic rnanagerg lntrarnurals, French Club, Let- gerqirls, All4A's, Volleyball, Basketball, Softball, National Honor ociety RUTH EUZABETH WALKER L e Q e n o a l n ,I-' V' lf . 94" ha- . 'gf o rn Q...- 1 v. 1-A-A r eff sv- 1 -nw b. Q v -1. lp. W H s ,, 1 if I. in .- ' f .G- X 1 W I f. N, a'-' V 4 .. -1 - ' .. -, -5. s, 7.- .Jn-I - 4 , ,.., 5, ., -.,,-, X y I 1 1, -5 Q' . K' .,1 f Ls' I-7. U ' mls, I' I ff,-Q MM ff. PM nv ,. ff... ,. v- -. 1. 4 U 'nf 's ,.4 ..a , , . ".1v5x':':. 'MLK 1 . r -"f v f .Q K., . 4,- 'fn- iw an I .XJ zz, , y :C X W' 7, E 1 H1 I 1-A fr , Lf.. :3,V,,. 1' . , f. ',-ff 'W Py, -mu ' 1 2 fr R 1 J. ,. 5. 1, -1 .- r , . ."v vi, X .41 ., .. X . -1 . , '.f. l.. l.V.,f,1'lz. , ,,' , 1 - Q -A P 4 J... . ,J -'w 4, ' - H .1-",T.f' 1 '43 r ? .' - -n..' VT ., J, V. , , , 1,6 w - w, 5547. -11:- 0511.5 W. -A., , !,,,s,,:f . , ,4 5.41 A XX X QN Y I3 , A T as. x 'xy xg X I Y ST N fy .ii N I 5. -X - v. t N' . R Y y A ' A FA X Q Q N J. if-'B " I -'I 8 x T' i r.. . xx I si? Q . " 05 9 ' av 'P . Ei 5-11 .:A , I ' A' x 1 .5 3 6: Y? .-, .. . ..kb if ., i i 'Q i , V or X 'I 'Q' " I JIQI-il-:A 2 I .A , 4 x .Q ' A I er 4 . I f- 'Y I 9 K . "' i Q A E ' ' L Gradualing Seniors GERTRUDE LENORE WALLACE "Bunny" Advisory vice-presidenr CLARENCE L. WATERS Advisory presidenl, Biology Club MARION WEISS Alchernisls MARY E. WHALEN Advisory secrelary, Ireasurerg Home Ec rreasurer, Nalional Honor Sociefy JANICE E. WIDMOYER Narional Honor Sociefy LYLE T. WILSON "Si" Advisory freasurer, lnrramurals ROBERT R. WILSON "Bob" Service Club, Choir E. RUBY WILTSE "Rube" MARY JANE WOLCOTT "Janie" Advisory arhlelic manager, Quill-Scroll, NEWS business manager ARIEL PAYE WOOD ' ' - ' T C rrenr Events Club, Junior Horne Ez, Arrs'Drarnarics vice presiden, u Senior playsg NEWS, Quill-Scroll, Nalional Honor Sociely ELLA MAE WOOD Intramurals, Debale, Choir C WOOLEVER "Jim" JAMES . Advisory vice-presidenl, presidenlg B. O. C. secrelary, Band. Or cneslra, Dance Orclweslra, Comrnencernenr pageanfs, Nahonal Honor Society BURNICE L. WRIGHT "Bona" Advisory allwleric manager, lnfrarnurals, French Club, Lefrerqirls, Valley Dall, Baskelball, Softball WALLACE R. WRIGHT, Jr. "Wally" Advisory Treasurer, vice-presidenlg All-A's, Nalional Honor Sociery PERN VIRGINIA YANCER Advisory secretary MILES W. YORK PEG I-IUBBELL YOUNG ARTHUR J. ZAHN Advisory presidenr, Intramurals "Art" MARGARET A. ZAYTSOW "Maggie" Intramurals, Home Ec, Leqenda NORMAN W. ZEILINGER "Red" Baseball ESTI-IER EVANGELINE ZEILSTRA PAULINE EDNA ZETTEL "Pauly" I ' Advisory Treasurer, Personalily Club vice-presidenf HELEN LOUISE ZIEGLER SENIORS WITHOUT PICTURES: Ralph E. Byron William John Sanderson Ned Schissler Earl H. Schleicher Keirlw B. Wilrse I938 36 Underclassmen D. Abbey, H. Abraham, C Abrarnowslzi, F, Acharcl, C, Aclxer, R. Adams, B. Ader, D. Ahrens, V. Alberts, H. Albrecht, E. Alderton, D. Alexander, J. Allen, H. Allen, M. Allen, A. Allington, S. Allore, C. Alrny, C, Alrny, B. Alsgaard, C. Alsqard, A. Anderson, R. Anderson, C. Ans- pacn, L. Arcangeli, M. Arcanqeli, E. Arft, J. Arlt, R. Arndt, J. Aspin, A. Aubel, E. Auger, J. Aull, J. Ault, D, Averill. ,gy-M, r 1l'flQlB. uIi1ilti'fi ' 'f unfit 'r 1 tr wk ., BX X. 1, ,,. N rr r , . .. R N .. , :Sw , -, V if tee 21 f' 1 ri Q 1 Hx " A N rf- All 'Nw 'll ., . ., '1:5 rl-an ' ' Q xwrv ' N " ..- MT' Bl l.'l 3 tn .A wiv,-:l :'i:' ""' ' WFLQQQX X l 'rr K 1 L , . NYY itll 'mi' 'ilk 3 .f -' i Q, -fr'-.V 1, W 111. ' 1: wr 'F .J 91. 1. L l'1:.x M X H ily. K 'N Y -VFX ,., ,EI . .rt ,r fe X ,, .1 f L N1. ' ln r W 1- 1 Nl fl x . rr . , r XS: . X1 5 r - -fm ,N v. . ,ml ' A, ' ., W .. 1 J x1 rl ly ' XM .- X 10. ,. ,. ,Q l, ' wi B - xl l " N , M ' X 'Z-iz, 'n' A .. t 1,35 'Mi , r XM 1 5,2 1 my V QW" lil W A - X ll .Q lr l WA l ll ll -1-- 1.-V-ni-Az. r' r ,.--, ,111 W- ..: .f l l l l .Q-A, if llzlgslyi f . fl. lf Ti Bl '- -11,11 'x "' Y -W evil " N .. . W. ,, -ri ., . M11 ,r-t1:wg1"n 1 55 ' 1- -311 ...M ,. M x , ... N.. r VK ,Ng WB Xl . ' A 1 gtmwtws xb N ,A , ...rw xr, h, X .. W, .,,j,ya Y MS :S . . ...xx ,, y . K . ' - -.15 , 1 ,. 1 1 1, ty. rf, . . . r . Q, : S- A -Q X M X -Mg. -V 15153 X All 1511111 -X limi- xii X lv' 5- gl J " f - rr ,yr Q 3 l wie-,i1',,i3gl,'-A-Er -. 1, fr . 1. 1. lizlzr A lt A ' Q X Reserves need warming up - J. Bdin, D, Bair, A. Balfer, C. Baldaul, K. Baldwin, R, Baldwin, D. Balesky, A. Balley, E. Barnberqer, M. Barqer, A. Barnett, V. Bartlett, R. Basinqer, D, Baselt, A. Bassow, C. Bauer, D. Bauer, l. Bauer, M. Bauer, N, Bauer, G. Baxter, B, Beach, F. Bearnish, A. Becker, E. Becker, G. Becker, R. Beckrnann, C. Beckwith, E. Beelwler, D. Bell, N. Bell, J. Benford, D. Benkert W Student Union Sales chalked up - Student directors in special uniforms - M, Benkert, C, Bennett, J. Benway, J. Benzenberg, A. Berbylos, L. Bessinger, R. Biclel, R. Biclel, H. Bilsky, B. Bird, L. Bixby, C, Black, W. Blackney, S. Blaclftopp, B. Blake, M. Blalre, H. Blenrn, J. Blehm, H. Block, N. Block, D. Blower, H. Boese, R. Boissoneault, L. Bolognesi, V. Boltz, M. Bcvrchard, R. Borchard, G. Borqstrom, J. Borland, J. Bovd, W, Boyd, M. Branch, E. Brandle, D. Brandt. Legenda 37 ur Und erclassmen R. Brandk, G. Brassenn, R. Braun, E. Brauiqarn, J. Breese, P, Brehaq, D. Brerner, C. Br'rn, E. Brrnqe, G. Brock, E. Brornf'reXd, Ps. Brooks, J. Brown, J. Brown, M. Brown, M. Browninq, C. Bruner, B. Brush, A, Buifrnqion, S. BLM, N. Bunres, Ps. Buninq, Px. Bufbeck, M. Burback, M. Burch, E. Burden, V. Burqdori, Ps. Burgess, H. Burqess f GUrnpses of Homecoming 1 Queen Doris Benford and Mkendanks Bekky Jo Achard and Ann Doerfner f N, BurneXX, P. Burns, F. Burr, O. Busch, R. Busch, E. Bufis, A. Byron, M. Byron, P-. Byron, D. Carnpau, J. Carnpau, A. Carnpeau, P. Cannpeau, D. CaneJX, G. Cap- peU, J. CapoeU, E. Caro, J, Cardy, F. CarnweN, J, Carney, G. Case, J. Case, K. Case, M. Case, Ps. Case, NN, CnaXXRs, K. 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S bt W DeForest H Ds-Gws, G Demq, S '53 - Deke' J Deler-1ef?sfE-r,M Delerrreesfer, A De . L' 1' 1' - 5 u if B, D-':rr'T"wer,B D-Ehqbir, J A Dewfor M Uerwior, M ix sb' 4 4 Y, 55 1 D-Eric' E DQPNOM-Y J Dwsrgh, E. Due, E. DwCi.erY, E. A ' 3. Q DwerN, L. Dfefrwch, H Dwevtf-I, J. Dwllorv, M Drhrrwar, R ' j7- Qi' "Q2::i'i'A ,A Dodge, F Dorwsm, A Dcrrrrarme-rfr, F DonSang ' ' '1 .. D Dorar, P D13fnfeNd,A Driuqrve-rT,, D Douqhfw '- I M,Dx PD1,,O.DHN,,B.Db R,Dln e 4 2 - ff -1 - F j,,': 4' .. T. -1 f H, DJZLSL5, L, Cnfuyuswap, Lfdljgp, R 51,2-LQ. DUUEJAZ. S-. "3 A' 5 . sr Lv ,, X , Q, V - . C, gv, ,," S Q Q 1 , , Thanksgnvnng Game program and hckei demands Y .FL . F' Iv: 1. ,N g LD- A D fi lp V ., V , S 5,5 , . Upws, , Uwe, J Edrluy, D, Emu, D Eamn, J. A 5 l X5 w ' 'A Eaves, R Ebach, E Eb? f Warching fhe Hgh? - J. 5 Ebede-n W. Eb-edemx F Eclhyrdf, M Eqqefs, S ' D' EMM-,1t,S,EII4s,T EMS B Er'1eQvf, L. E"-:QM L Ewen' ' Y ,. E. Efqel, V. Engel, W Enszer, D Es"'er 'E Es"-er, M, "' H .fp ' A ie 7, - - 9 Esfeo - Inframural volleyball f M Evqrs FM. Evans .,- 'Q 9 5 V, Ewbgnt, V Fnhmnq, C Farr, J Farr, 'J Filin- K ' X 3 .V ' Hagen W Frjrmmr, N Fauhnan, J. Eavara, H. Eezhver . ' t . 1 il' A. Fdvefv, E Felfer, E. Ferguson C Fefubv, P. ' " " ' ' 9 S" Frerbs, E EI-ershen, G, Fflifram, D, Frscher H. I Evs'e' H Ewscher, B Harb-au, J EN-9 sQw"'31 A 4 ' Flisiffrom, M Fcbea' L Eqrsvfh E Fa- L Fra"" W ., .- L ... -x --,P g , D Frarcws E Fravz, D Fraser R Frezewcvso' F 'D dx LN ?g" fl ii, 5 Erefr, L, Frei? M Frisch, A Ffgsf, J FL1-2, A QF, 3- L i' --'Q :JE xr- Ewsvevterq M. FL,'S7E"C'f:"Q, G Gaervef J Sa-24 ..f N -X 1 rp' we , f V me fr - T5 .Y.. . 5 N,-Qrgzwf il.,- , --4.-V1.5 5.11, .3 " D Dx 'L 5: ' 2, ? P X ,,, '- 3: :N " . 1 '53 " fr ' 'A' 3 z 'K X Q- . ' ..- 1:2 'mr s ' '- . -r' 'E-Ph -1 'ir 57" ' X - L Na " .- - " ' 1 12- YQ ' ' eh N- Lege- 5- y mx nda vs. F 1, ig .u "V 's. Q K. ,-.,x -vu, -it - x Underclassmen - Gaerfrver, A. Game-y, M, Gawser, M. Gals?-erer, G Garber, G Garzrmm, K. Garckow, J. Gevarer, J. Gardner, P. Gd fger, E, Garrsw, L. Garrett, i. G-nies, M G-Lafes, E. Gauldem in Gamjem, V. Gauze, E. GQNQW, H Gelow, M. Gehpw, George, M. Gerrvewz, J. Gersxin, L Gawerviqer, L. Geyer, ML G?bsr:-w, M. GIESSEL J. Gdlesz-rs, M Glhwgre - Snow birds - Chrisfmas baskeis f Vaca7ion A W. Glwesky, R GVCL., G Gchrv, J. Golden, J Gcvcrdrwaw J Goa-nwvn, Sq-rr-', L. Gorfe, G. G-:TH-er, E, Graeomer, L Graeimer, L Graf M G'3r'ar'-, P. Graham, B Gfav, J. Grav, R. Green U Greefleaf C Greenwid, G Grifse E. Grossrnarr. va. Ex' xi f vu- vn- TT' mr. 'J' f' . HW, 'ff-3' :L K A h' X 'NK it Q X , , A ri xx ' fly mx f x .5 1 an ' 1- -LL . "W" Lf. , X' 1 K -,LLL my , NQ -LxL,LL x X L R N L w N V X A L, 5' .LLL L -LL L -LL X- - , L- QLLLXLLLX -LL .L .W L ,, x r,,LQ,Q,xy N, Lvgitw- ,, L ., H - -' . 'eg ', 'X ' 8 "Q ""' Q -mg, L L ,El fs' wh WI' t LW, . 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Handschuq, J. if 3' Lffii v' ,rv H 545" " ' -Lf -22 w f L-H L me LL-' 1 L L .LL L - Har'-Ea, D Humor-, D, Hafsor-, K Harem, R Harjefx, G Q "wiht "9 1' ,X Hifrwf, L Harriz, W. Harris, Z Harms, C Harrison, E. , 'F' :QM WY l H Y Y. If F L 1 ' 'Nr X L. Jr Ls,L L '.,,,3 , l .,.L. 4 XL-L xl f , , L L NL J 'Y LL 4-1 "F L I X 'P' -A 'E ff 40 I 9 Underclassmen R. Hashtnarqer, Z, Haihaway, W, Haubensvickerx A. Hauue, R. Ham, H. Hawkins, H. Hayden R. Hayden. S, "'awJ-25 L, Haes, K. Hamarn H. Hazed R. Heacog N, Heasbs-,, V, Heckahf-:rm A. H-age! V. HQUPL R, He'o've, A. He-Mwtugef, T. Heinevar P, Heinz, R. Heh-fsrcf K, Hervwe-ver, C, Hencerscw, E Heflerscm, D, Henafius, W, Henfy, L, Herrz, C. Herzberg, K. Her:- befger, A. Herzog, A. Herzog. E, He-N J. HHN, A. Hinds. f N L 6 x K . 5- '- ., , I 7 - , -as , ,, ' W i ' ....e 1 " fi, L ms' i J- v ' 51+ " ' 5, 4 .R 'wif if X . M ' N 9 It A A K! ' -.Q A Q ' - w .nw -, -. Rl . Na. . U' . Y. in A Hs ca 9 N' - bfi: - A" " .. L Y 1 I 4 L 5- .i ' .Q L , F H' fl? F1 ' fr ' I . .. n . f 'Lv f H , .an A C :L A D Q "L g in 0 ' A' 4 6 5 'Ar A 'C N ' A N Y..-lm. ' A 1: s , . ' ' X. - A 'S hw. 5 L ,, ' H FQ fa. - Q, ' .N z 1 ' 'Yi 7 . ' Q f l 45 " H '-f" A I 'wwgw g - Q x b ' "H Hi, 'yw '1l,,J'u .L - - ...mil ' 'N wuvwll. L W" T L "' .A L L -f PM Rf Q' .. I 1. an ,li " - 7951? . V' ar - - I I sc' M. Hiscock M, Hooqhws S, Hfze-bL H. Hcwltev S Legenda picfures - Senior caps and gowns - J. Hokofvwb, F. Howngsf-offry E. Hcwlrwan, N. Hcilv, W. Howe-Skaw, M. Hoomn, M, Hop:-3. E. Hubtard, H. HJLILVTQEV, N, Hqdso' W. Huebv-er, D. Huegd. G. Hw"'eL C. Hyfef P, Jaan. J. Jaccues, R, Jabf, C. Jarfes, R. Jafres L. Jefsci L. Je-. E, Jovfs D. Jofwsci R,Johmso'1 - Debafe - R, JC1L7'SOf', R. Jef sc Home - D. Jones. R, Jores, E, Kabobel, R. Ka:aN1a C. Kafr, J. Kem! S. Keiw, J. Kevmedy, K. Kersferw, M. KesseL M. KH., R. KHe, R KA P A. Kmg, K. Kmq, J. Kfrqsbury, H, Kwrchner, P, Kifschl M. Kia-In, L. Werferf. E. KNef"'v, R. Henoski, E, Kluck, K. Knacc C. KMQ K'oo:, I. Kroff, B. KoeH'w, L. K:ecPe W. Koecke, D. Kc"3H'5': Komws, A. KQND, R. KOND. Le g e rw d a 41 K-. '- ..- M in 2.- v-. p. wr Q wr- Un defC'aSSf-men -lx 5 W I -', ,A ,XC V ,M M A K K A KSU L Y' .. :EL Ulm D- Kgfm' D- KWH Q er: xf ' K'ef- R emo- M K fs' B- Kg,-b . . """1,. . E 1 6: ' ' ' ' - - ' W '. 'fin ' ' to MDR M' K'-wa Mega' Ru Wh' H- K ' J' K-Dfbp' :- N , ' 'Xf :Fx 3 Rig S- K.-J5gg.,1' C- Kp..g.KffSf-ww. L. Kgju 4 ri" 'Q Q La- UHS35' A J' C' Leaf Z' E' Kfusk- D Kruefkr - -1 -N ' f '--Ima ' Kr. L S--U 1. Q - D. t. . M , e- L3,.q A. Laqg 3F'3ve, O LD- Lage C' Kms-hm E ' ',.,Qg:5 ,M Q Q ' L L-5 6- H ' ' am. ' -Laj ' - -. iff--.P " ' M Ln, Digi ' Lama WV. L 'MSSQL Sv N -' - .. .- Q A L .. 3 H- Laopjf' J- Langp ' Lamson L B Q if S , H. 'Mic-. 9 " L- Lap, ' E- in -A 'N - -- - . Larson! E LZ' M- 0 . . ,1 , .Ev . .-,Q F H t N- x I- ..,N:'f in A V N W K-'Z-My M 3 l ,,, 'u ' " if' iff 1' ' I ef L Z. .. gg' - ' --. ' . .-gg -. . -L L 'fi-is - ' - 2' 1: -- . S'- . - I 1 2.1, V 1 i ..-, S- "- ,. -X , ir 4 ' I . . ,, . '- ' if 1' -1 .. . 'ui X Q I 525 - , V' 'if' , -. . , .11 ,- 4 . ff : ' 'ff ' . Q 8 .pggzw . . uw ,Y sc., ,, , mn F. . --'15, lv fl - 51: ii . io . if "fi 1 -9 N '::.' ,N M , ... f - ' L"-2'-4-" . Q- fu 1' ---- . . ' X' 'G' . W -:sg .r -F 1 - . -fi, , .V 3,-39, . V. E? at 4- W- mm ..-Q .1- gf ' 1 ' ,mwah M. Laubnan. D. Laucvner, J, Law, D. Law er, . - 'Q' 1-2 P, Leaffan B. LFZCYIXQK R. Ledde, NN, Lenr, E. Le'ws. L, Lenk, 9 Lvcoin, O L'-Horn. M. Lockwood, A. Loqan, J. LoRseXXe. M. Lons- ffaw D.Looe1 D. Love. M. Lucley, D. LudXum, J. LudXunw, FN. Ludow, K, Lum, NN. Lufzke. B. Lyness f Xn the upper haH f Seakknq Junko: pXay quesis f J, Lwns, M. Maedef, E. Mawr, C. MaYxnskK f Saieky work underway f D. Mahann, E. Mannkon, D. Mankney, C. Marker, K. Marveq K. Mafxvs, E. Marr. L. Marsn, F. Marfxn, L. Mar'rNndaXe, A. M301 L. Masswan, NN. Maskerkon, L. Maison, D, Maikndxs, F. Mawrer D. Maurer, L. May. T, May. NN. McMYxsker. E. YXACC3f'Y. O McCaXXurf, H. McGraw, K. M:CuXNen, .S McDerfnoN, Ps. Mc.DonaXd M, McY'arNand, H. McGee, M. McGowan A. wo-fam. J. MCD-Dm-3. K. Mdrkpe. 42 IQ38 QNX an ,. J. McKay, J, McLean, D. McMalI, B. McMillan, M. McNlsh, C. McOuade, l. McQuislon, C, Messlnqer, R. Me-sslnqer, D. Mefzler - OH io Kalamazoo - E. Mew, H. Meyer, H. Meyer, H. Meyer, R. Meyer, W. Meyer, L. Mlchael, P. Miles, C. Miller, D. Miller, E. Mlller, E. Mlller, F. Miller, G. Mlller, I. Miller, J. Miller, L. Miller, V M. Mlller, R. Miller, R. Miller, R. Miller, R. Miller, W, x 4 Miller, w. Miller, W. Miller, F. Mllsread, L. Maeller, ii :A H :W ,rj I ... N Q W, xg t J. Molles, A. Moore, E. Moore, E. Moore, B. Morrison, l 1 KB- N lx if N' l ,'5',,x D. Muemenbeex, H. Muehlenbfel, F. Muelwlenbecl, R. gg -, :X Muehlenbecle, R. Mueller, 6. Muirnead, M. Muladore, X: A l- A -. J. Mulholland, P. Mulrooney, L. Mundi, H. Munqer, J. Ni ' y,., 3-1 -- Mmcel, J. Mmm, B, Mufpry, P. Murphy, A, Muna. . . Q 'fi f F. Murray, L Murray. A Q: K 'N ' A A- 'QA' -, M :J ly -sg X 3' , ' l- A Legg ms. ,, . X ,,. . ., .. D . -.'. -... . - . 4"l . .A f A. Myers, K. Myers, S. Nachfweih, R. Nagel, Q. Nash . ' " J. Nash, R. Nash, rc. Nason, H. Nele, D. Newmnn, E. , ,,,, ,,', Q ,,'.,,,,,. . , ' Neuwlrfh, A. Newnvan, C. Newman, E. Newman, R New- . Q ' I l lon, A. Newvine, A. Neyrrzeiyer, N. Neyrrveiyer, R. Nlclvol, ' in , 1. l 1' Z ,vt 'il f. ' B. Nickle, D. Niederquell, A. Nikolai, J. molar, J. FS' x ,,,. . 91 L + N., - Nolan, D. Norlon, E. Nomar, H. Nueclwrerleln, L. Nueclvf- f + ,... V' erlein, R. Nuechlerlein, M. Oberlin, M. Oblander, J. W ' O'Brlerr, J. Ochmann, C. O'DeIl, N. Oehrinq, V. Oehrinq, A x. M. Orluclc, M. Osborn, E. OH, F. Oli. e rg e n d FJ Jn. MN' . 'K' Q , it R3 0 X Q'-,Y ,, H' ps, H, l lr sf lvl' X l Q X 'S' Xl .X v 5 eg x xg Q X? M Ji ig-, X X, X as as S X 0 ,gi 3, x " ,yy fl X F, W K ' R . 52 :lf j SX N A . , X " " S . .... "" F Bk: e -., X ' . K. ., 1-.25 'A 1' 2 W , fr ' 51.-' ' 'S-Q F- . 1 N- X W- - X X 'mi X , ffffz, -vfj: :L . A 'X A K , - . Q X N 43 wi' y ' f ' - ,ni 9 -vs. L li W , . .,?.,.., . -Q. . n nclerclassme . -Q ' V M : . . S in 3, N 5 - .5 i f , A. parkefi ' , ,.'w-'P' ,- .,w4Th?3iTX'51-is il. - f C, ParadowEk,'Paf5ChmSk" . ' ' f' , K- Paps ' 1riCkg ' , Pe'e'5' .A ,,,, . ,, .. ' A 4,5 P Ce J, pai-Teal' passow. f-YP? peffiso-Pmflioni D. " 'ii A.. -i A, B ' p r Si ' Peqe - 4 B, k. A .va 'A if ff , Gbifo- MM parks. V- 2 Peqleif' 'ia B, P2f"1,, D. PWEECS -' , X ,,-v -'f-- . - n. ' - ' n - I, ' i X , 1- Mi , X' Vmv,,,, KA p5rlf5"1n I- paH5f5C' on D, Pefrakckerdy L, Pm BI poplews Q 5. sh' E, . B Panefsoi H Pe1erS :INDEX A, PI D pohlman. Q49 A C. 'A' ' n Peterson' ifliips P' Ph' A Podvin' ' W .-If-1- . ,ff Q A Q ' "" A. p I ' V - - 1 - ., Ph"'LTQQefD'W' P'e'fl1wq . 3, . '3 ' N ' , M. I F, Popp ' ' 1 sm exif N 1ewSk" :, if is X - , POD , 4' , X A in 5 -my f, " . Q ,- . 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Underdassmen J 11 T34 ' .mr ',,,', 'Aw w cgc wig.- rr -f- , 7 .29 5,5 , X , W M R, m f. 'ff f M G ea f si w- -. LQ- X 12 4 V ur. f , ' 2 ' .. ,W X ,A Q 'By - ,. .- JIUWHL 'ua -:.3w53M- V Y Nw 'A ia " JJ' vp., :., W Tv W. 7- ff it 2 ,, x lb W. 5-.M L ,J K' NJN' J rf.. ff x H - r I "' -J A NWA r 'JH J ri, , ., ,ix E. ' .-- ,, .gg kv- x -CSX ' ' ' 'A - N - LN N . fa ' vw 'J -W - A L wx-K., J- " ,. X 5, 4 ww px f 4 1 , axis-JK Q ,., we "Wg ' Wifi" J- ', V J ENR A NX z., N r F Flock, J. Rock, PLC Roorkcher, B. ROESSJ, C. Roefkwe, B, "XX ' XX N, Rogers, E. Rogers, -1. Rook, M. Rork, , Rmk, Px. Rose, -, V 'QNX 4 M ,--A " ' J L, h 3. Rosrrr, E. Ru-eqseqqer, R RM4, D. Rupp, L. RuppeJ, F. xii., xwgt, ,QQ N H, Raoorechi, B. Rushhuw, D, Rufrrq, L Ryan, B, Seq-er, E Sager, lfi 1 J A .W ww 'yff Wg J Sanger, L, Sawsky, E. Sanders, A, Sandorjrsk f To the H , ' X " reading room f See We new door Hxiure f C. Sade, R, ,,,,,.,, 'f " W, ',,,,rWWx Same, L. Savage, R. Savers C. Schacrwkner, E. Sehade, A 'ff' 4f,.xrQ-'X J mf ' Scha-25er, W. Sd-e3we, J. SOWXJ, M. Schewwas, X. Sd're"'f', J' 3' X-fl J, ,,, Six ij, L. Scrrarz-er 1- Waich your Hqhil 1 H. Sgrfrak, E Schresswrgrwr, P. V, an it X 4' N .L 'uk -"' " J W .JN B. Schhfxmer, R. Sch'rnr:ier'-eff-2, S, Schlwjeheve, B. Scrdehgher, 'J' "' - 1, 'V ,X , J. Schrrfrdk, W. Schrrfraf, T. Scrwarr, A, SCJWYWE-KCJEF, L, ,Q " X Wk? Y,,'X,,,. Q, JY 'T' ' ' Sfhr1edfr1'Mer, J Sewage, D lr.: ,. X , . W N ,J A 'A A ' Schnehier, M, Schnerder, H. , . - . Schroeder, O. Schueiz, V, SchuJ'fFe'1ss, A, Schuh, M. Schwarf, ' ' X V P, Geeky, J. SPra5Jev, W. Scrwrer, A, Sedme, M, Sed a , S, Shame, L. Sherbkrro. Y .-,,. ,V , c, S, v ,V 2'frmfS'i L . L gf was-. . -Wok' I Sxbl'-'e,3,.I V " , X. . Y is Ligrfffe , Li J' er 'F Q . '- - re' -. Us E J -'X - - fi: R, SWE SWLCMS rl 5 HB4 Sing. , - 3 Q 6 .., 'on LMOUS. B 5- -SMT ' . . 53-wail' J X ' -.. ?ab'aUdhSrffO,' EOQS. V 4 ' - - ' 1, ,,,, - ' . H 9 - r ' - ' D ' " '- .. - 'fm x '- BJBCQQHZ- 2?e',ej?nnaQ2',f- - ts f X -Q ' -. , ,AA 6- 1. D' SWIM ' ffm ' Smim ,, 1 5 r ' -- ' 'Wh' ' rn? W E' gmgnf ' - Vwv, -rf' , A x -' 'V " k -. L . ' ' .34 . mg ' fm N M: Sm- V I 1. Ow' T . m - A Fe J ey' S ow' alhen F c,D d ur, - u S 5 SS JE SS 'J' T Y fb 'M 225 SrA Sr IW 'Y' 4 . Q Q9 6' Md .S, JS, -Mi -.' ,g - , - - . V .swf , gefr A, f ' J , j ,,,,, . -. ,. 1 "- Ommef. A n . .' ,525 ' . ""' U is as Lg V . 1 , 7 ,, ' 5 , v -'L V, -- -. f 1. 3 . L f- - . - P . fr , ., d, ., , , , ,L r.- gs- , " "' 1. J P., A .if v K g, ,F ' J V N Y 5, , F' ' . 7 35 45 1 t- EX LIBRIS n U derclassme n M - . T:-f. .. - ' , 1' "' i , Spang 1 J , "' ,B M gQwS1LR'5DeeCe. U' . ' Q13 Sov' 1 f arz, ' pete'- - "N " V L . .-b' F- W. UD J 59' . .- . .' '39 -. - , ' -. ,. -"in-'u f 1 B. Spend M. spew' C, Scwfss' F f .--11 7 Speckhar N ouehefman' , Sc-vw" b . A . ..N. ul, O S er L , . if:"l f f'5 1'f'. x T . .. , mam- diff. B' Spofnhrlos WMO. f + . 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Swqnhoul, F. Swarfhoul, L. Sykes N Spring sporfs begin X H. Symons, B. Tallon, E. Tank, L. Taylor, E, Tamale, B. Thomas, F. Thomas, J. Thomas, J, Thomas, J. Thomas, R. Thomas, R. Thomas, K. Thompson, J. Thoms, M. Thurlow, S. Thurlow, A. Tillman, C. Tillman, B. Tlllson, M. Tompkins, B. Trew, J. Trier, E. Trommer, P. Tubbs, VV. Tubbs, S. Tuck, B. Tucker, A. Turbln, R. Turelc, D. Turner, C. Tulfle, J. B. Tyler, W. Uebler, D. Uphofl, F. Upholl, A. Upfegrafl, M. Ublegrall, R. Valcllserrl, M. Van, Aulfen, R. Vanl-lellen, M. VanSlclcle, R. Vosev, B. Vefengle, R. Vlberf, B. Vllinslrl, L. Voelker, D. VonDel'fe, N. VonD lf M. V ' ' e e, oorhers, M. Voorhels, D. Waggoner, D. Wagner .1 ,. 4. sllinawx rrv, 6' X S l l S. Walch, A, Walker, M. Walker, M. Walther, H. Walton, R, Walwonh, H, Warner, R, Warnick, M. Warriner, M. Watkins, H. Weaver, M. Weber, M, Weber, A. Weiss, E. Weiss, l. Weiss - Big argume'lts - R. Weiss, R. Weiss, W. Wendt, S. Wenger, P. Werner, B, Westrran, B, Westwood, R. Whaley, H. Wheatley, M. White, G. Whitney, D, Wickham, R, Weineke, K. Wiese, B. Wigen, G. Wiggins, P. Vfillett, B. Williams, H. Williams, l. Williams, M. Williams, R, Williams. B Williamson, E. Willson, l Wilson, R, Wilson, J. Wines, E. Wissmueller A, Wolbers, H. Wolcott, J, Wolf, J. Wolf, G. Wood, W. Wood, D. Wray, L. Wressel - Thistle Field - J. Wright, E, Wurtzel, G. Wurtzel, K. Wurtzel, R. Yingling, R. Yinglinq, H. Yournans, L. Younkman, C. Zahn, H. Zahn, D, Zeeuw, l. Zeilinqer, M. Zeitler, H. Zettel, J. Ziemer, R. Zimmerman, A. Zinck, R. Zollar, 5 Zuckermandel, R Zuckermandel, Underclassmen Without Pictures l. Abram Coqswell E. Klein S, Price S. Soyia G. Baker Dembinsky D. Koch H. Purcell G. Soil-.er F. Balzer .Dietzel G. Kreh C. Raasch N. Tabor A. Barden Farrand E. Lacure E. Rabicleaux W. Tarrant R. Bartlett Fauver R. Latty L. Raese M. Thiel M. Beaver Feldotte F. Lawler R, Ralph C. Thorsby E. Becker Fierstien R. Learnan W, Reese J. Trombley A. Beckrrarn Fisher J. Logan F. Ribble B. Tucker V. Bergrr-an Fritz L. Luplow J. Riebschleqer G. Tunney' C. Brock Galbraith E. McCollister C. Rietel E. Vetengle H. Brown Gallagher H. McConnell P. Rummins L. Wahl S. Brown Gasper M. McDonald J. Ryan H. Warrington D. Buck Gershmier B. Meeker H. Saftord A. Wasko D. Burke Gillespie M. Meyer E. Salak J Weil D. Burr Gnotek J. Miller H. Sanderson P. Welsh B. Burrell Graham M. Monk L. Schannals H. Wendt D. Butler Grunwell B. Mundy R. Schaurnen E. Wiechrnan A.Carrol Haeske W.Muscott D.Schimot B,Williarns R, Chisholm Helpap R. Myers E. Schmidt R. Wilson C. Clark Hicks H. Nelson B, Schmidt B. Winter F. Clark Hoffman M. Newville J, Schoeberth B, Woodford M. Clayton Hopkins J, O'Brien M, Schultz J. Wueloern B. Clemens Howell M. Pettis M. Shaddeau W Younqbloou T. Clemens Hyland G, Place H. Smith R. Young E. Clement d a 47 'ki' On every voyage a lew passengers and crew members are decoraled lor courage, bravery, and service. Qne ol lhe mosl lradilional awards, membership in lhe Nalional l-lonor Sociely, is given lo lilleen per cenl ol lhe passengers crossing lor lhe lasl lime. On lhe basis ol scholarship, characler, and leadership, lhey are elecled by lhe guides, or leachers. The February heroes included: Lell lo righl, lop row: Calherine Gaus, Doris Benlord, George Alger, Ann Doerlner, Mary Lou McAvoy. Second row: Rulh Boyd, Jean Schmillgen, Rulh Eausel, Florence Reese, Alma Johnson, Jane Remer. Third row: Marjorie Aldrich, l-lazen Slevens, Eleanor McWelhy, Richard Redlern, Marcell Poddvin. These sludenls came up lor dislinclion in June. lcell lo righl, lop row: Carl Trinlqlein, Rosamond Wahl, Mary Whalen, Louis Smilh, Janice Widmoyer, Ariel Wood, James Woolever. Second row: Clarence Bloclc, Rosalie Nagel, Eleanor Pelerson, Belly Poppeck, Clare Ruby, Jennie Prior, Dorolhy Schaeller, Wallace Wrighl. Third row: l-lelene Nagel, Alberl Kundinger, Ellrieda Gremel, Ellen Lisl, Belly Marlcey, Genevieve Marlcey, Eranlc Muehlenbeclc. Eourlh row: Edward Kirslowslry, Ered Schmidl, Ellen Eleischmann, Grace l.aElair, Margery l-lernmeler, l-lelena l-lanson, Ted Kennedy. Eillh row: Belly Cobb, Arlhur Colby, Mary Corson, Joyce Drehmer, Lawrence Earnum, Reva l-loag, Charles Maynard, Roberl Johnson. Sixlh row: l-larold Elaclq, Margarel Campbell, Dorolhy Briclcer, Jerome Brenner, Elmer P. Simon, Belly Jo Achard. Virginia Adams, Clarence Averill, Ann Baslcow. 48 individual Honors Phyliis Pike. ccfcacifairi of '36-37 NEWS ded., was award' ed We coveieu ipp-ei Cuz' at the erd of We iourrie, for service io The ship. Because Josephine Bahife assirriiiaiej rvzosr froqw ihe guides' advice, she is saiiii-9 of Varqer wa?-rs ai ine Ur-ie we-rsify of Micriiqaw wiiiv Wie 'ieio of He vhousaad doiiu' Arrriur Hiii Siikiiiarsisiv, Either Margafei Campbell or Ted Kevea, wili rrave? CT the sarrie passnorr wed ,ears Haroia Fiaci airfares req Jai sri Jed eaiii' may io' sever sears, ,miie Ruff Him! recorj Givers meive wmages Miss Ccia Sfarf, E-err'-ar guide, Speer her scare rr:-e ov :ed Mifirg riyefr, Twig ij-- rer mgfews were nazi sae: :ure mg ire VND in We National Anfholoqy Maqazve ' New Ycfl, Jaffe Rewer, ealifra. wfiier io' five NEWS Jed, dazed 'Hird im +P-e Nafi:-ai Scholasiic jgviesi wirii Her 1: ,ffm or seficf rgerscaaiiries Far fa-:Fierce or we s:i:rr's Je-ci-, fir ieadersiiiz, arc icr Cfaralrer, Ea Kirsiowsky was awar-Jej We Mirifiinar Piaaif Amari-er oassewger aeiiiiifarr ea lor gfeaoir-warwq ii spcrfs, is Virginia Arijre, :ing por-g ci'an':iii:'1 Cf Saqiriaa Vaiieh Don Crane, d'u'f "abr cf 'fe sixiv-fcuf "euskal-rfimael :assemgers Mm 'arvrea the taan, varied firsr awcfig Wir- irfiivee ccafevafiis if H-e Srafe 5? Michigar Lesa Jefscm siaiirq s?ar, feir shipboard +3 rang mgwgrs in Saginaw Vaiie, siafiwg reefs, in 'he Gcide' Si-.yes Derby in Deir-nik arg in Ca:- aca. Urea sea--grgiwg serif' gifis, Uoris Bei-Fira Eiiew Fieiscr- "arfi ard Ma'garefCaV1cbeii were caciseri by Weir ieiiigf. cisfsoariciris as rarifg Hiigaes' ifi schoiarship, azriviu, ai-iz Qharacser. During We vzwaqe Doris iefi The ship 'i repe- serir Arfmr Hiii af ive- cof- vevfiom ci Wie Daugwvers of We Arvefi-:ara Revoiuiicw ai fri? s+a?e- rweeririq ar Larsing, Because Eirrser P. Sirvon Pep? up bear wifi? worio aiiairs dur- ing the voyage, he wC'r a pen iri the Nafianai Scholasfic Gur- reni everiis corifesi. Legenda HR I-IUR HILL LIJYALTY HA R E H mmv ncvcnmx Pu: nun' T.H.Cl.IILV ? f N f if Ylefre fogql fo WJ J JG JJK J ' V - V E' V Sou. Hrfhuv HKU Souflk fm! u.s True blue, Hr11mu.rHQU We'ff back ever-diff . JJ' QJJJJJJV fVJJJJJ,JJ Vw rw J glove For we know max Joni PWC wham Jrhe rsyht thin? fo J., H.-HM Hall QHMLQQT VJJ J .Si-RFE' WH J J J EEL! REI-if Soufve. playa onffhc Sguare, Av-'fl-uu.r H'-ll Lefgyowv' Knockers Gewavc I-Huw Hill Wefff Req: Jouffowlrn JL!-ST 'fell u.S where fo fagiim Kccau-sexJe'r Q FfVE7f?E"5V' 5'1- I I Legal fo you. Hvumuw Hiu. t Hari Newcomb Frcstonfuwe music IV'-Strhl-CfOY' of arthur in ARCI-ll SIIIHC C.ClRBlT' b , ,J 4 5 G2 QWVHWECAQ4 CM EQ:-ch,mQr-cl-1 ondwn The Faeld, Faghfina for Hrtmr H1ll,Bmk WM Thmjk b E Lfqib VEC ,M gc, mg Q c j F' U Eqglnqwls Une,-nmeir sfrenjfk, fo Jefj, Rau Pak fliaalwf cl1e.cr,Chce.vfcr Woljasfs QE Q1MQLEf.QQlJ if fwfr u Env-n,Tl1c,5'r-e, Lev-e. To wimijain, Sqginax-J's men. wiu Yagi-if to 'Hxe b E H2112 par - emi, Buff we wmu win. t :l.Qr'ence :ovbi-Hume music insfrucfof of Hr'Th.u.P HKLL in 1327 Th we flwe furs+ H d F h b k h I Q h b p d 51 1 Im., ii E Wg af' - QQ- K - . v:f'f'..-w 11? A 52 BNI Sfone fears the quick- esr escape ro rhe hfeboars, Pun info a door, Bob? Two sfyles of huddres - foorbalr and baske-Hoalr, He Garber creafes sen- safion In his new fennis cosrurne. Ann Alirngron and Jack Dersrih disernbark from The John Moore fgalleon. Wrrfing for rhe NEWS bushes Gloria Garchow. Ilene Archanbalf, Par Campeau, and Lois Archan- oeh rake a furn around the deck, Reva Hoag. Margery F-lemme-Ter, candy bar, and muh shake In an echfors' noon meefinq. Band Bounce Masrer of Ceremonies, Elmer P. Si- mon quips af The mike. Hazen Srevens resrs by fhe ord shlp A. H. Training for The Hack Team. There'H be sore muse des romorrow. Irene Arff compiles fhe weekly S, U. T. reporf. I938 Qs- 69.0 SW 49' r eh Departments P i rganizations sd , , . , . 5e."L"' Shop Cn any Trip good mechanics keep every- Thing shipshape To insure clear sailing, so l92 passengers TransTer To The ship ArThur Hill Trade where They TurTher Their knowledge oT mechanics. Ray FiersTien and RoberT Delaney are op- eraTing The laThes in The general shop. Ralph Goodrich lends his hand To The wind- ing oT a moTor. QTTo Spielerman and AI Newvine conr1pleTe mechanical drawings, proie-cTs To be used in The chap. ir 'A' 'k i ir f ArT Passengers inTeresTed in The arT declc adver- Tise coming evenTs along The passageways wiTh posTers. and Tocus saTeTy inTeresTs wirh comic sTrips. l-lolding The inTeresT oT all passengers are DoroThy Price doing a sTill life sTudy in waTer colors, EsTher Miller and George Curpey painT- ing waTer color scenes, DoroThy Prior malqing an oil painTing, VicTor Smilh n,l4eTching, and Bernard SpaTz irrking a posTer. Q. Ns 'Q I938 'im l-lome Economics Groups 35 Jorneslic-minded pas- sengers nne' Jaiy lo sludy home econornIcs. Va-'ne Frederick is seen leaving home wearng rhe suil she made in Cl-d+n7ng 4, and Belly Jane luclcer sleps JD Tn rhe dress she de- signed and made. Virginia Srrzynsli, Eleanor Kluclf, Clara Diel, l-larrier Wahl, and Lillian Clemenl prepare for a parly in lhe shipls gal,ei,. Carherine Nasdr pins a hem lor Rulh Miller, Clara Anspach and Anna Slrorslci s+'+ch ar 'he machines, and Dorolhy Cur+is fakes a fuclc in Nor- ma Bloclcs ha+ ffhile Doris Love does handworlr. Maybelle Remperl slraighlens lhe collar of lhe dress she made lor lillle Nancy K. Ure. l-lulda Boese compleres a blouse. The Home Economics Club, lcnown lo Els members as rhe 'Sislers of lhe Pan and Threadll was organized lor girls inleresred 'n home-malcing. l'rs aclivilies lor 1937438 included a molher-daughler lea, a Chrislmas parly 'For small children, The ye-ar's firsl shipboard rea dance, a delega- lion ol lilleen 'ro +he slale convenlion af Flinl lasr fall, and a luncheon May IO lor neighboring Home Economics groups. l-lome Economics Club olllicers in- clude Maxine Beach, president Berry- Jo Achard vice-president Hilde- garde Bolme and Barbara Tillson, Jrreasurer. nda -..:: . 1:7 Thirry-eiqhlrh Annual Log 'ff iff broup ol Hardy Searnen on +he Good Ship Arlhur Hill Journalism Deck Porl Saginaw Michigan A+ fhe Edilorial CAPTAIN I-lrllen Fisnher ABLE SEAMEII Miiiiririfj- Aldrii li Hazel Buruifi-as Mfiruarc-f Campbe- ,liwan Dillon Doris Fischer Gloria Giarchow Iris Graebner Zila Haihawav lfennelh Hemnnfi-ler Reva Hoag Maxine Fill? Ruby Fili- Enlward ll' ir'-,lri.v',l M Elmer l'KlE'VY'H'D Eleanor McVVe1hy Joyce Papineau Elmer P. Simon Pufh Zriller Crew Helm AT lhe Business Helm FI RST MATE Dijiroihy Briclner MIDSHIPMUJ Jerry Brenner Marion Frisch ,lean Mary Holcomb Mary Koinis Leona Lanfz Robe-rl Leclfie Fred Schmidl Marqaref Vasold Ann Warlrer Doris Wargqoner KEEPER QF TH Helen Bilsley CQXSWAIN Maffie Gay Crump E LOG Music Enfhusiasfic camera fans rcanning around rhe rnusic hail afternoons caughr mu- sicians rehearsing, Among the rehearsers were Don Crane and rhe sfrinq sex- ?e++e including Eleanor For Jeanne Brown, Doris Piifer, Virqinia Reeder. La- Verne Spylfer, and Law- rerie She-rbino. 'A' BCE Johnson raises The karen ro direcr The band. Swinqinq Those funeS, Junior Spiekerrnan is Caught a+ the piano, Mii'ror- S-:huiz af the drums, Bob Pushiow, Bob Johnson, and Bill Sfcine in rhe fron? row wifh fhe saxophones, and in 'ne bacif row ihe frum- Defeers Charles Hlad and Don Crane, whiie Jim Wciciiever and Harry Davis mine ir on rhe frornbiiines. C aude Pound Jim Wcciiever, Bob Kreiczer Car' Ferriby, Leonard Gui- da, and Don Crane ar fnerrbers ci the brass ' A have ir Lefrard Guida and Don Crare Crier soios on fheir Hurrbers. Feanor Fox, Jeanne E'CvvP, Biii Sione, Aiired Deady, LaVerne Spyixer, and Lawrence Sherbino braigfiie for a speiiiai en aacernenr. Bi!! Sfone and Jael Ja- cobi pause for a rninuie v. 'n +heir ciarineis. The Rhyrhm Rangers rip, Dino cur an aid cowboy iune are Harold Fiacls, Jack Jcrrscn Ernii Wissrnuel- ier, Roiand Neiqh, Joe Murdock, and Edward Fiack l938 Music Qur siiryffour piece marine band, re- splenden+ in lhe new uniforms purchased 'rhrough las? year's Band Bounce, comes +o alfenfion a momenf before boarding The good ship Arfhur l-lill lo embark on rhe l938 voyage. Third and lirsl hour band classes lune up lor fheir nexf public appearance. Tracy Ellis direcis lhe fourlh hour or- chesfra class. Passengers allernaie di- recling. Filth and second hour choir members rehearse some songs, possibly for lhe Band Bounce. The a cappella choir, in ils Blue and Gold robes, sails along on lhe high C's in lhe Band Bounce, Rosalie Nagel, Slanley Marks, and Bill Sfone are presidenl, vice-president and secretary-lreasurer, respeclively, ol Jrhe BOC Club, consisling ol passen- gers sericiusly inleresled in music. Each cruise musically inclined marine ers combine Their lalenfs and presenl one ol rhe highlighls ol lhe voyage, The Band Bounce, given 'rhis year al 'rhe Soulh In'ermedial'e School, genda Commercial On lhe commercial deck, passengers acquired skill in lyping, shorlhand, book- keeping, commercial law, salesmanship, adverlising, and lranscriplion lor use on lhe business sea. Leading lhe lyping 4 classes are Marion Frisch, wilh 65 words a minuleq l-lelen Bilsky wilh 64: Doris Fischer and Jacqueline Krelz wilh 63: Olga Slanko wilh 607 and Lorine Geyer, Dorolhy Niederquell, and Alice Fleischmann wilh 59. Shirley Thurlow, lyping 2 passenger, made lhe score ol 60 words a minule. Ann Baskow, Elvira Bierlein, Grace Lalilair, Ellen Lisl, Belly Markey. Genevieve Markey, and Madeline Railling were lhe lirsl passengers lo pass lhe IQO word lheory lesl in lranscriplion and lo receive cerlilicales. Rachel Quackenbush, lranscribing her shorlhand noles. Passengers inleresled in commercial arilhmelic spenl lime every day on deck working problems in audiling, averages, lraclions, decimals, and aliquol parls. The Sludenl Union candy slore is manned by advance bookkeepers. This voyage Gollie Bieri, Donald Delwiler, June Mackie, Belly Markey, l-lelene Nagel, Marion Prinz, Belly Spechl, Ellrieda Gremel, and Marjorie Slenroos doled oul candy bars in relurn lor nickels and dimes. Rulh Kile, cenler piclure, works al her bookf keeping sel. Ten salesmanship sludenls lell lhe old lub Annex lo gain aclual experience in Saginaw slores. During lhe lasl laps ol lhe voyage, lhirly lo lilly minule sales lalks and demonslralions could be heard in lhe salesrnanship slaleroom. Belle Wigen, righl piclure, is lypical ol shorlhand enlhusiasls who learned lo lake diclalion rapidly and accuralely. Cerlilicales were awarded lo passengers passing lesls wilh a minimum amounl ol errors. wy- sa is English Passengers are encouraged To use beTTer grammar, To sTudy liTeraTure, and To enioy ouTside reading on The English declc. IT oTTers such sTudies as poeTry, plays, novels, and shorT sTories, noT merely as a lisT oT enumeraTed TacTs To be absorbed by The passen- gers during The voyage buT as Their poTenTial inTeresTs aTTer crossing Tor The lasT Time. Tracy Ellis and Donna Jean Francis survived ThirTy-nine debaTes To become school champions. The Pare-nT-Teachers AssociaTion wiT- nessed The semi-Tinals, and The Tinals were held aT The Lions' Club. Clarence Block, senior passen- . . . g ger, inTerviews Miss Crump con- 5 E cerning The subiecT oT an English E 8 Theme. Miss SToclcdale gives aid To sTruggling inTellecTuals. Charles l-llad demonsTraTes The eTTecTiveness oT his miniaTure guil- loTine consTrucTed To iIlusTraTe 'TA Tale oT Two CiTies." STudenTs employed in library research Tind The library shelves a TruiTTul hunTing ground. Donna Jean Erancis' ingenious sugar casTle illusTraTes her concep- Tion oT ArThurian casTles in "ldylls oT The King." Norma l-leasley and Don Rae Talce Their Turn aT The i'mike" To -enTerTain a speech class and Try Their voices and maTerials on an audience. Diclc RedTern and Evelyn Rabi- deaux conTribuTe To The liTerary supplemenT oT The ArThur l-lill NEWS. enda Dramafics A weii-rcunded drarna": season .nciuded three pi1.5 and a pageant Elie-n Fieieciwmann, pres dent Ariei Wizod iii? preaidenf: Margery He'- me+er secrefary: and Franl Mueiwienbeci, ireasure manned ine Ai-is-Drama'7C Ciub friiz rrip. The preseniaiicin of We mree-ad play "LiHie Wc- menu ser a new precefjen with the qroup. In fr Cash Srandinl, are Fra" Pmnam Caiiwerine Gini. Poker? Same Frank Mpe' ienreil Maurice LCCL wood, and Ariei W-f-ji: seared Peya Hcac. Ei-2" Fleisiinrnarn Emma Nea- wirrin, and Eieanor MI- Weiny. Eieyen iuniors staged Lewis Be-acns 'The G-icie Harv15Higl'i." Piayers " dune randinq, Barbers Tifisfn Franl, Putnam. Ha'- :Id Vv1:Cray Fi-:rence Cer- 'rieif Mi-Irwin Cooper, EN- rria Nea virfn, Reber? SEMA: Ariene Nllfolai, Clause Pnunij, ana Edwin I-ierdeh yon: searec Mary Louie USrnl+n and Jane Lcuke Brown The Co? for ine senf piay Mr. Pim Passes By, inciu-tied Berry Cobb Je- rcme 5'enrer, Ariei Wifiitc. Frank Muenienbed., Waie Face Pionfa, Eiien Fleisch- Vfwiififiy and RFVEA Hoag, The ifinaie of me Cnrisf- mas pageant "Wray The Chimes Rang." which was qiven at me Temple The' arre during flne Chrisfmas season. 60 l935 I937 Commencemenr Over 350 passengers disembarlced lasl June never lo sail again on lhe good ship Arlhur l-lill, Alrer rhe boar docled al rhe Cily Audie lorium, rhe younger passengers on 'lhe drama and English 6 decls porlrayed lhe malling ol lhe Unileo Srales Conslilulion. Landlupbers, passengers, and sailors vvilnessed eighr scenes. ln+roduc+ion, lelr lo righr: Vernell Barllerr, Berl Schleicher, Jacl Cappell, Warren Earmf er, Jerry Brenner, Delmar Rurhig, Julius Lasf singal, Jack Eleischmann, Kennerh l-lernmeler. Columbia, Marierie Aldrich. Spiril' of '76, Roberl Slarlc Waller Seibel. William Sheldon, LaVerne Spyler. Cons'ri+u+ional Convenfion, Kerrmore Case, William QlBrien, Elmer E. Simon, Willianw Slone, Maurice Loclwood, Erank Muehlen- loeck, Jack Aull, Jack Dersch, Russell Johnson, Perer Koinis, Ray Ellsworrh. John Marshall, Virginia Andre, Ariel Vlfood. Dororhy Sharpe, Margarer Neumeyer, Ann Doe-rlner, Edwina McMann, Roberl Sauve, Eleanor McWe+hy, Beverly Seaman, Marion DeLong, l-lelena l-lanson, Margery l-lemmeler, Calherine Gaus. Abraham Lincoln, George Curpey, Ralph Newlon, Nelson Curbey, James Woolever, l-larold McCray. Woman Suffrage, Jean Lulzlre, Calherine Gaus, Mariorie Adrich, Jean Ellen McDonald, Mary Lou McAvoy. Grand Finale, Virginia Andre, Ariel Wood, Dorolhy Sharpe, Ann Doerlner, Margarel Neumeyer, Emma Neuwirlh, Ellen Eleischmann, Dorolhy Purlparl, Lucille Suhan, Dorolhy Bricker, Edwina McMann, Marjorie Aldrich, E'eanor McVVe+hy, l-lelene Nagel, Virginia Solms, Beverly Seaman, Marion DeLong, l-lee lena l-lanson, Margery l-lemrnerer, Calherine Gaus, Berry-Jo Achard, Reva Hoag. enda fv"P"' 3 --6 ,p v ,. Quill and Scroll lnternational Honorary Soci- ery Tor High School Journali575. Marlorie Aldrich, Jerorne Brenner, Dorolhy Bricler. Hazel Burgess, Marqarel Campbell Elayne Clinlsmn, BeNy Cobb, Ruin Fausel, Helen Fischer, Marqew Hen'r'eTer, Reya Hoaq, Alnwa Jonnson, Eleanor Mc- Werhy, Jane Rerver, Fred Schrridf, Elmer P, Sire-Jn, Wil- liam Slone Ann Wacker, Marv Jane Wolcolv Ariel W-DOO, Oualrficarionsiorwernbership freprinled Trofr' corstilulionl Cannldates n-usT be of inn- ior or senior classificarron, or c-osT-qraduale They r--zusf DE rr rne upper lhirlj ol Their glass in general scholasf 1 standing er The Time of Then elecfior They 'nusT have done supe- rior work in wriling edmnq, or busrress rranaqemenr. They 'rusl be reconnrnended bl. The supervisor or oy The COW' rnilree qoyerninq puolicalions. They 'nusT oe ac-proved by The ravpfa secferarl-Treasurer These aueslions rnusl be an- swered ty The adviser regard- inq each candidale' Haw frugh rraTerial has Can- t1roaTe had published? Nalure of wort' performed in 'ews cusrn-ess or arT de- LarTrrre'TS Pcfsrhcrns in star' and lenqTh al rl-we if each frzsirion Chafacrer of zandidare. A sarnple ol each candi- da'es wcri Nas! oe sem Tc The na?-ora secretary, ArThur Hill News An exTracro.narily large NEWS crew T-:rel 'he I,4OO oassenqers on a Trip yia words Through TiTTeen four-page 'ssuee -:TT The school newspaper. Eourreen oT The iolly 'rars made The lourney Tor The lasT Time, GaThered aT Their respec- Tiye deslrs in The NEWS olllice are Elrner P. Simon, Alrna Johnson, Margery l-lernrneTer BeTTy Cobb, Fred Schrnidl, Bill STone. SeaTed 4- MaroareT Campbell, Eleanor McWeThy', RuTh Fausel Jane Re- rner, Mary Jane Wol-:oTT, Reya l-lo-iq, and Elayne ClinlsTon. Ariel Wood is nc-T in The piclure. MarqareT, capTain, includes amcnq The moST TrusTworThy oT her maTes Jane, who charTered The course Tor The ediTorial page, Elmer Tor The sporf page, and Mary Jane Tor The business aT- Tairs durinq The TirsT halT oT The Trip. RuTh was also concerned wiTh The ediToriaI winds, while Eleanor and Reya swabbed deals Tor The Tirsl' and TourTh paqes. Elayne succeeded Mary Jane dur- inq The second parT of The voy- age, Margery, Alma and BeTTy served under Eleanor, while Bill Tool: orders from Elmer. Fred was also one of Elnner's under- oflicers, while Ariel conwrnandeered The sruoenl polls, Joyce Papineau and Marian Frisch will be back for nexf year's Trip . . . and so will Mary Koinis, Alberl Byron, Helen Bllsly, Florence Don Sang, BeTTy Murphy, Ann Sedine, Howard Peterson, Lena George, and Edna Simon. 1938 The Log - Legenda Af'er fiends 'via evemied 'bon voyage" M5502 'f f,'7vi'VY' frsm sbomg 'wenfy-mx: 'wirdy Legfgvda crew 'r-efnbgrg ieff D'f'L ff' MU Veam Thu fax. Gaffefed afiwj We "Wi1I"?'UD 'abs are Pug, rt fa Madre I-1116 liar DIMQH pu" Ziff Jeff, Ere' ner Ewfvef Pwr" Femew Hewwe 'ef ZN1 Hyha,-A, Lama Lam: Howard PPV: -fix iw WwuNis Sfrobei, Haze! Burn-af Nhfgaf-9+ V39?Nd Haven Frsiref V-leon BMW Mxadorb- Aldficfv C'ifi"'. Ef i--Q' Am W,a1'L' EV CMEVES Mawvn Effif Sw "'w if Fzterf Le:-151 an: f' Fisgfer Cipwh- I-wer' 5-inef 'vaopwl ow and dlfeiwu ' ,- :Hoi course, ably asslsfeci C, '-' -iviiew wifes, Rmb and Ucfdm ,wi aaslved Her Wvffiugh We ,"'C'Cw fusfe-53 wafer: are Arr af: Je", uv? seamilv K.-W: leo' "sf J - s e g'V'i'fi'1! re-:crds 'f Q Kees? if "9 I 1 in A55 Heen Blah .-.He r-Hb? Uaeveo we boar frcrv iasbvx f We rock. Hrver Simi' Qillikt' iiwvvifd cirf carved hirvse' 'f Di1S'E"l9"S so-:r' .33ff,I?Ee5A S':r'2r13 e :as-3" 9' ' 5 ?L'3?' Qrxms D232 Hi.--af: CfW'S W1 camera. Jian QJOQH sea 'HeNaur"1'N- Eng ard W5?'Ts ala-,s 5- we ED-"Y for candid sh l'E"E imzm Mm' QQH. Leifi Mifxaf-3' an: 5735 Wia- -lgner ?3Q"', iafew'-2' ciisriff' dimes VJ iw ice? Milne if: Ker'we"1 iei- casieruf-f Zak .wif Mafzn Ffsi 3i'f?'Z 'ftrwaii' and Jem MV. V-i1T'i'Yki 'sais prifif, Pxssfgfem' srrir' greffarj, Fred Scmmidf, ga"-em wafer!! am Dams Flszber Saeed' uc, 'Fe 'E"'i 1 :fcfselfgn -if E"?"'fQ'5C"v1i " a f agflfg a' reiene ',:'3'. MSN Pi' 'Q""Z1f 5 Wifi if beei- ing 'Prim :'1'.'-if f'i'f 5,:a"n1 IVTT-1' 'we Peo sea and Pub, s'f:L5 fi Her 5305+ 5' Dasffvq up 'Fe fjwwwy, JC-5,29 Pacff'-:au leans 5 N:-:N cur fir' fairs ini E"'1ef f".'ef'N"' Peeps We perxzce Iifii'-1 if 'a ia! 'eww evd fain Legerwdi Language To enioy more fully 'fhe poinls of inieresl in France, lhirly passengers of le Cercle Francais devoled mosl of ihe bi-monlhly meelings +o reporls and discussions on France's background and cusloms. Swimming and Theaire parlies proved popular, and members enioyed heaping a Thanksgiving baskel. The German Club launched ils meelings in German. By saving book cover pennies 'rhe club purchased a piano for lhe use of lhe language deparfmenl. Laiin midshipmen kepl scrapbooks on Roman cusloms, a l.a'rin calendar and a daily news bullelin wrillen in Lalin. Noi having a Spanish Club, ihe classes are formed info separale clubs. They make lhe halls of John Moore ring wilh Spanish popular airs. A Pan-American Day program in Spanish enlerlained The enlire deparlmenl. Le Cercle Francais caughl by The ship's camera in lhe course ol a meeling, ol which Margarer Campbell was presidenl The lirsl semesler, and Rosamond Wahl, lhe second. Rosamond was unable 'ro appear for a piclure. An inilialion parly, a Chrislmas parly, and a picnic occupied fhe German Club's calendar for fhe I938 voyage. Earl Schleicher was presidenl The lirsl semesler, and Kennelh l-lemmeler, 'rhe second. A momenr in The 'Pan American Day program. Elmer Klemm 'l'Fi6S oul The new piano. The Fuller Brush man, in The person ol George Baxler, Tries lo sell a brush lo King Solomon, Jack Dersch, in 'rhe course ol The program. 64 Nalional Alhlelic Scholarship Sociefy Rcteri Anile Edward Anime-l Charles Aubel E-:ward Colller Fred Corlzelrrrarr Jack D-frsqh Jack Evans Charles Hlad Te: Kennedy Kerwath King Edward Klrsfowsly Flovd Klenosli De'er Koinis Alberi Kmningef Osiar Miller lvVllllr3"' Mm3'J Wlllwar11 O Brne' Arvhur Schmershauo' Lows Srvmlw Do' Sorrwwrflfi-13 Hs S' S ISU l'i'VE'l'7 The National Alhlehr: Schol- arsh r Sociely ws A navlonal orqarizawgr whiff' r"err'ber- Soir is While: 'J Yhgse boys Dirrlhq ara EYHQV-C I-all-er ur Me :E We few ruler S:f:'r1S. whcse axerage ir- fh-elf szhozrl work fzr three ccrvsf?-:ufive Sr?"kE'SlSVS is ezual Yo or higher 'haw the -general average of 'he school, and who have ew Pmrlllfied the hlqhe-sl lype of :,f,:-emshm an-,1 soorvsrvanshnc, Foolball Sideliqhls F'eAsfr:r?mg cld loulghdcw-ms. in ine banque? leaouel are Wzlluarv H. Mcliralnle 15+ fhe head ol fha 'fable Monfe l-l. Case, V. Emil Schwahnn, and C, A. Kheun, l-llll alurrni alhlefes. The iamfera oeers down the allles al lhe l-lome--coming gel- loqe-'rher he-ld lhis year .af lhe Fordney Hotel. Furmlshlnq The oralory on lhe same occasion-flniplrers C. F. Mli- ler, l. lvl. Broil, Joseph P. Frislce, "Irish" Ramiey, and Harvey Spaulding. The Trophy case ln the main bujldinq is be-coming oyerburf dened. Among Els I938 addihons are +he Shale Baslefball Runners- up cup, +he Cerwlral Sfafe Relay shuffles Trophy, and the George Lyman Plng Pong award. Legenda w I937 Pigskin Parade Opponenrs We They Erie, Panna. 0 0 Alrna ....... 6 0 Flin? Nor?hern . .. O 0 Ponliac ......... .. lposlponedl Lansing Cenfral .... 0 27 Flin? Ceniral 6 I3 Owosso ..... 5 O Bay Cily ... 0 6 Saginaw . O Zl Fooiball Slarring oul +he season wilh high hopes of follow- ing in lhe ioolsleps of brillianl predecessors, and aspir- ing +o refain lhe elusive Valley cup, nine lefrerrnen, logerher wilh rheir new coach, were lilerally "on Jrhe spo+." A slrong Erie, Pennsylvania, eleven came wesl' and found The Lurnlaeriaclcs loo lough. The colorful feud ended in grim deadlock. Alma lcepl 'rhe l-lill spirifs al a salisfaclory ebb by rumbling before a mediocre offense 6 To O. The Valley currain-raiser lef+ Jrhe fans in doubr, as The Jacks foughl Plinf Norl'hern's Vikings io a score- less Tie. l-larry McGee Turned oul To be lhe firsl casually of lhe year when he came oul of 'rhe fray wilh a brolcen leg. An aulomobile accidenl heavily draped all oplim- ism. This calaslrophe ended The life oi Arrhur Schweinsf haupl, junior halfbaclc, and seriously hampered 'rhe work 66 l 938 oT Abe Luplow, Ken BanTield, Floyd Klenoslci, Bill l-luTchison, and Floyd Bef-lrey. The inTensiTy OT ArThur l-lill's regreT was expressed in The posTponemenT oT The PonTiac game ThaT SaTurday. A shaken squad could do liTTle To resisT Lansing CenTral's oTlensive sTeam roller in The Homecoming TilT. ATTer dominaTing The TirsT quarTer aT DorT Field, The WolgasT men sucf cumbed To a Tenacious FlinT Ce-nTral aTTaclc. Ending The vicTory Tamine, The gridders collared a deTianT Owosso ouTTiT when Elmer E. Simon plunged over The Tinal challc line To score. The Wolves and The Lumberjaclcs scrambled in The mud Tor Tour quarTers and when The Tinal gun sounded The Wolves came ouT wiTh a 6 To O verdicT. lvlinus The services of Bob AnTle and Floyd Behfrey, boTh on The sidelines wiTh brolcen wrisTs, The Jaclcs arrived aT The Turlcey Day TilT. WiTh noThing excepTional To oT'ler againsT The high-riding Valley champion Trojans oT Saginaw "1- T-ligh, The Jaclcs Toolc a 21 To O iolT, To close The TooTball curTain. Picfured, leff To righl: Ed Anzicelf, Clarence Krawczal, Frank Clark Ed Kirsfowskv, Elmer E. Simon, Harry McGee, Albert Luolow, Kenne'h King, Don Anderson, Kenneth Banfield, Bill O'Brien, Ted Kennedv, Floyd Klehoslix Bill Flahghison, Al Korlus, Flovd Belirey, Jack Evans, and Bob Anile. L e g e n d a Basketball An Arthur l-lil: NEWS headline in the sport section January 3 read '3 Losses Dim l-lillita t-lopesf' Atter trimming Ferndale and Bai, City the live boys who had worked as a unit since their sopho- more yea' had slipped and dropped close contests to Flint North- ern l:'c"tia:, and Flint Central. Clise observers noted. however, that the .lacks exhibited a more polished attack with the return to the tiring line ot the whitefhel- rneted forward, Buck Antle, With his aid they snapped their losing streak submerging Owosso under a torty-seven point barrage. Sag- .naus league-leading Troians now provided a barrier tor Andyls quintet but Ed Kirstowslsys basket in the last twenty seconds snatched the victory. The new mixture ot revenge plus contidence proved too much for the Flirt Northern Vilings. Bay City, Flint Central and OWOSSO tell witn monotonous rapidity. The eastewest rivalry again tound the .lacks raking in the majority ot the chips and again with the same w.: point margin. They wound up the Valley campaign in ,3 gas Warrer by trouncing Pontiacls once-potert Chigts. A' 'his print the l-lillmen sat back to see Bay City unexpectedly topple Saginaws Troians to cut the Hi. quintet into a share ct the Valley title. The elated Gag-ers lept their decks clean against Muskegon s crew in the grand tinale ot a great S-9i5'C!'. Moving to Lansing tor the Regional tourney in the futher game ot the l-lill-Flint Central series, the hasketeers swamped the Indians to proceed into the finals with Lansing Central, An early lead let the Blue and Gold coast to a victory which earned them a tno to the state eliminations at Grand Rapids a week later. l-litting their ottensive peak, the Lumberiacks overturned Ottawa l-lills in a 42 to 23 backwash. Anfle establisked the Hills as a contender in this matgh, trrilling the crowd by tindina the meshes tor severteen points. The t'rino line was not as impressive the tollowv 'ng eferirg nevertheless, the axe cut down Ford- .fs Traititrs. 68 Lucky Thirteen Opponents We They Ferndale, Lincoln High 35 I4 Bay City 30 24 Flint Northern I8 20 Pontiac 23 24 Flint Central 32 l7 Owosso 47 2C Saginaw 3I 29 Flint Northern 36 lB Bay City 30 l7 Flint Central 30 I8 Owosso 35 25 Saginaw 23 Zl Pontiac 29 l9 Muskegon 39 25 Regional Tournament Flint Central 44 20 Lansing Central 36 24 State Tournament Grand Rapids, Ottawa Hills 42 23 Fordson 26 lb Kalamazoo Central 27 29 Total 6l3 403 For the tirst time in the history ot basketball at Arthur Hill, a Lumberiack team was a state tinalist. Opposing them was the same Kalamazoo aggregation which had ended the l93O squad's title aspirations. Outclassed tor three quarters by the rangy Celery City lads, the l-lillmen at last pierced the heretotore impreqnable Kalamazoo defense. With less than a minute to play, Ed Collier knotted the score at 27 by catching the meshes at short range. The cheering had hardly subsided when Bob ROS, tell KBZOO cager, hooped a ditticult side-court shot to place his team in the lead. As the l-lills bore down on the Kazoo basket, the gun ended their last determined drive, and smashed theii thirteen game winning streak. Five boys stood with tear-tilled eyes as Dr. James Naismith, inventor ot basketball, congratulated them and presented them with the runner-up trophy. I938 Baslcelball On To Grand Rapids! Farewell, you Lumberiaclcs! Jus? a big whirlpool willw all llwose Eddy's includes Anzicelc. Collier, Albosfa, Kirsiowslcy, and Haar. Enllwusiasfic baslcelball follow- ers leave Webber gymnasium af- ler llie Yellow and Blue's second lriurnplw over llwe easl-siders. Waller Seibel, Ted Kennedy, and Ed Kirslowslcy smile liappily under llrie dew drops and give lorlli a blaring, bul wel, rendi- lion oi 'Svveel Adeline." "Peach lace" Slevens sels lnim- sell for a sl-,ol af llie meslwes. Troian and Lumberiaclc seconds baffle al Webber as Woligasls men even an earlier sefbaclr lrom llie Saginaw lads by slopping a run ol sixleen slraiglwl' viclories. Ed Albosla and Elmer E. Simon deal flue cards lor a game ol 'bridge' wliile wailing for llwe bus. Joe lvlurin slops lo pass To a leammale willw Bay Cily reserves supplying llwe opposilion, You miglnf call 'rl'iis 'lAll Quiel on The Weslern From" or "l-'low Webber Floor Looks lo llie Jan- ITOF . Coaclves Anderson, Wolgasl, and Liglil lalce lime our lo do a lillle second guessing. Lansing and llwe Regional four- ney beckons lliese Lumberiack ball-bouncers. Bon Voyage lo Don Sommerlield, Elmer E. Simon, Waller Seibel, Ed l-laar, and Ed Albosla. Legenda -1. i Y' ' S ll ive-f A Golf Law-get-Q hear 'anfeq the qzfliers waited mril rridsea 'Q lin: 'eroselves Faced throughout by Bob Arrie, An: :i ss f"'-'SCCVEC1 below 80, the Hills ended - the tirs' Qs fr renin.: Pontiads exceptional Chiefs. A? Tre Lezeer Peg :rais the Juarfet ioolr thin: olace ard las' mee- rzrcsej the state's best strokesnien at acrscr EQ: A':iQe-, 'ewcorner to the S1U33, held :wr 're zrfcer 2 s::-' :ry rallying ir the low eighties, tzllewea by JU' l.i'- ans Art Herzog wire occasionallx an-9 igf- 3.-. E5 ' "e .laclsqrr tirals the Cots proved nernseves 'ne seein: nest in the state oi Michigan. ., pn. 1 'K 1 -ii' 4' 0' . egxlgh G-ollers' Bucl. Antle, Ed Anzicel, lfhn Linh, Art Herzog. Baseball Tne Lenioeriaers were not considered serious threats after dropping two of their lhree opening games, but victories over Pontiac, Owosso, Saqinaw, and Bay City out therri bacl ir' the thicl ei the light. The viCl'C1ry0v9r Bay City, May IO, was fhe ourstandinfg gave as Albosta bested Bill Mueller ol Central in a tighr oitchens battle Another thriller was the Saginaw garne. The sbeejball artist, Albosta once again showed his rnasfer-,I over the opposing batsmen by hurl- ing over shabby fieldirg by his mates. The Jael offensive threal has been Freddie Conzel- rnann, His bar has Jriven in frwany runs and often rirries The winning run. Other consisfert ard sfeady performers have been Elnfter Sin:-n, Harry McGee, Floyd Klenoski, and .lack Haclstadt, l 'S if Baseball April 23 A, H. Zl Flint Central l7 April 26 A. H. 4 Bay City April 30 A. H. 5 Flint Northern 7 May 7 A. H. 5 Pontiac May IO A. H. 3 Owosso May l7 A. H. 4 Saginaw High May 20 A. l'l. 2 Bay Cilv May 3l A. H. l2 Owasso June B A. H. 7 Saginaw High i' Won-6' Los?-2 T l garne rr-Ore to play l T 1? ? sl J 56:15. . f HBE Egxez. Au: raw 'Ee-Lrge Barter, rraraqerg Ed Beehler, C:3:h Stanley Anderson, Vernon Sherman, Bill Pielreg second row: Marlin Galsterer lf' ber' GQ-e lair Eyres, Nafrc Meyer, Wilbni Keineth, Howard Fischer: Third row: Floyd Klenoski, Fred Conzelrnann, Clarence Krawczak, Jack Hackstadt fi' T'i""e fi lf 'V3 Harold Abrahari Niirrnan Zeilinqei biiitli:-'ri rrjifv Ed Kirstowsly, Elrrer E. Simon, Ed Albosta, Harry MCG-ee, Don Anderson, Harolc Lerner .l rr P , flirt ir the riilure Parr-'ard Weiss. 70 I938 Trgck Team Too row! Tefr To riqhT AI Newvine, rrianaqery CTay-for LaPaqe, Bob Same, Jack Nash Bob Schinjehetvey Warren Backney, ENT 3 Larsonj Third row' Ted Heinerwan, Dori Up-hog, ATberT Poddylry Rudy Nagel. '5 ' Waher Van Voorhees, ErnesT Fordney. ATTred Karon, Jack Benway, Harvey Y Liqhh coach: second row Ed Cofher, Cad RT:TeThTe. Pefe KeinTsy Higwarg Siabanqh, Jack Evans Carrrain Dgir ST:vr'n'erTieT1, .lad Dcrszh Marvin , i, Ccctier, BTU OTB'IE"'f hrs? rev. Toe' Sexfhou, Ker' Marne B-lib AWD' T-:M f + 4:-"' Y De -e, Nt-erf LJpToA Ding EeT:'i Bib Leclie, af-J Af' Harm 9 L Q ' x" w TRACK TAS, f' fxr , ., r T Marv Carrier, :eeT Tei:rTe-3 'xinrfef Wde' QW L-ki ' gl, TL 2 'H- Glldihq over The hign hJrT,1TeS go T'-e Hihs 3-le Jim? CT'.J'T':S HT31 A 4 as - 3'id Carhwin Doi' Sfznirferfield ,gi 5 r wr Y Jaci De-rsT:T' and Term Deii-e ly giver The Tow barriers T - 'f"'.. Q- rf ,X Versahle Ed Ccihler Memes The T2 Ciiiurwfi sw-r -V fig -r ' 51- f ...T A, N e Q . his . x Ml -..Q " e -'rw ig ,nn U 'uv 'f .44 ' 4 6- '31 K . W, I Af- Mr 'fu-4 Q wrlm 41 C ix '15 Traglq ended in The cehar. piafilng 0nTy Tielij in The STQTQ meeT ,iT EEST Larigihl, Marv C0-'Trier and , 53.-wi , 'I ya 'T ., me Y . S1 -, -,gr '- Sijrrirrier- Traiikrhen, Qcmoering im The sTr0nqesT Trad region in The 5TeTe A were edged ow in Their iniTia rheeT by 5 sTri:ThJ Chas B aqgreqa- TGVTVHS 'ian Triifr Ahra, Tney rren deriielyey wwipced Bay' CTT-ye WcTTAy'e5, Tre racquei quar'eT iiiefed TiTTTe cn The bi iz i: ' ri'-erwfy bm cclfd do T7T'ie The Ti: Icwingz week again! Qviessos surprisiez fT Tennis Ter The Vahey eafiefqev. Nine if his iif"0e"," ieud :irder sduad. iUTE'FiTE irvihiirde Gui, Garner jTTer hir: Tirff Ter. 5'5"e and This EhTerThg The CenTraT ReTeys aT MT, Pfeasanh The relay shu?TTef The nevers a'v.ay5 esriiced fl 5huTeuT. Number 2 'fa' A T'.,."l"'lE'V quarTeT indudlrwrg Don Scrnrrverfieid, Jack Dersah, Tony Deike, and ming i.-,iTh Gnted DeikeT, jiTTen saved 'he -:Hy i'Il ve VJ FJ: Ari' Hahn came CuT wiTh Ta TirsT ohace Trophy, The Traclshers dave :iTTaT:0raTed T-iTh he Tif IUZTBT E'CiP'fiiQ1i' Garber dm.-.ned QT! nie Vaiiey Tees Tn The R ei Tine aci:ounT OT Themselves aqf3insT C-enTraT STaTe Coheqe Trosh c:iuTTiT, Thi:-ugh They Took The iiqhT end QT The TinaT score. WiTh TT5TenTed Vahey STQTS arrayed eqainsT Them, The Thin dede ' ' A do-S' 'X T 'sw WM.. , -.1 . TennT5' Guy Garber, Al Kwvdiriqer, Cleland "Bud" Fair Grlberf Deitie-T L e cg e ri d a -f.iThsTo0d Three dance-revue reeTs aT The eTaTe T Arrfre I-Tzwerd lfTieTzeT 1hdD5h O Rierdlm aTTer'1 rr ,Yk,i, gi gi K1 rg, ,nd 5i,fr5v'enT 1' Ahh .rj iv 'rib TNF T vel Pin Anja' g-pong aces, Marion Blalfe and Virginia Peterson-Miss Wells volleyball criarnpions, CEC' JON ' Agnes Peierson, Pa? Murphy, Belly Williamson, Rosalie Nagel, lva Williamson, J lia Niiolai Front row: Marion Weiss, Geneva Muir- a'4 Sni i y l ' E :spd r'ef Nach wein, learvcir Peterson, .laccueline Nolan. I Lerler girls, bacli row: June Jacques, Mar' ine L anrz, Sue Durham, Virginia McWrirter, Virgiria Andre Gladys Rapideau-, Ellwel Krueger Fronr row: Eleanor Peterson, Arlene Collier, Miss Doinge, Snirlev Naervwein, Agnes Peter- sen, Berri:e Wrignr, June Kelley, Rosarriond Wanl Girls' gym class during ping-pong season, -vt- at Girls' lnlramurals Because +l'ie girl passengers did noi care To malce ilwe Trip wiilnouf being allnlelically acglive, llriey used eillier Tlie lile-line oi advisory cornpeiilicin or of llie aiier-sclnool program. The liveliesf lailiorns were cov- ered by il'ie volleyball Tournament Baifling in ine Annex uniil ilrie snow began fo lall, advisory ailer advisory finally succumbed ro las? years bulwarks, ilie Peierson-Miss Wells crew. Miss Doidqe clwuclced advisory baslceiball our ol lime nearesi Dorl- lnole and approaclvecl ilial sporr by way ol ine aller-scl-iocil pro- gram, Tlie girls splil up inlo four Carrps and began round robin warfare. As fne smolce cleared away, if was eviden? Thai Tearr Two nad ilie lnardesi riifiing guns. Capiained by Ernrna Felsing, rliis ourfir included Louise Bolognesi. Malinda Sieinlre, Ellen Srniilri. Arlene Nikolai, Ruby Jaap, Louise Fralnrn, Berry Dernrner, and Al- rneda Marlz. The girls also assembled al four cfclock Yo decide ine Free-flirow clnarripionslwip. Approximately sev- eniy girls vied lor ilie Honor llwaf uliirnaiely weni io Sure-eyed Ber- nice Wrighi. Linda Simon was second. Wlrienever ilrie wliile Celluloid ball danced on llne green and wliile lable, ping-pong was played: and wlienever ping-pong was played, Virginia Andre won. Ailer liaving deleaied Marion Blake lor line lop scliocil lnonors slie cinclied lier superioriiy by faking llie wor'rien's cliarnpionsliip ol Saginaw Valley. Tliird place in ine scliool conlesr wenr ro Rufli Boyd, lourili ro Sue Durham, and lilili 'ro Norma Neyrneiyer. 'lime young ladies liauled down ilneir allileiic sails airer line Gall- Srewari nine liad ridden success- lully over llie Fraser-Mr. Wells squad in lne soilball finale 72 19321 Boys' lrfrramurals The spsffvfafws dfekia' was aMxayS teen the Ewfrjrmmgw 39,5-' and We V937-35 cvtgravw 5.mCff's +595 i3"e'c1afw's1:fw. Prine sfe"1 'Z .' This Cpotrmrvlm 33:'3'f'f:wJi'ej 500 Vearfy Sai. QU We 3-Iidf Traci meef ,-.43 'fised iertiojfd. The fmsf to DQ Lnlgmed ir We infrawurjl JQQL 4.-.55 Army some runny uQUeyb3Y' .ulmre-W .-.hi :ja'rRe-j Hwy mmf frfwn ix-,aw Fr--'V Begin- 36 inarvoicrf Aw'-Fra! 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UE"Sf he TQ: fiwz E: A':.:e- Bi: A"e 3 f Dc' A-"I'?'5C" 1e::'1 ':f- J: 5-e"s:' ad Jaz- AJP ' A ta' George Ba-'ed Gwcbs advisv. :as-e'c3 " Vs Top 'nw' Dow Haeriehx Hargln Fsher and Lawrence Hagrrq We-rf 'QW E-we Grcssff-an mn Ke"e" Haqe N. , Legewoa '73 X is 1 iii M ,LW Science - lvlafhemafics Three passengers, Warren Farmer, Warren Pefers, and l-larry McGee, work in fhe chem- isfry laborafory fo discover how nafural hap- penings affecf fhe happiness of fhe individual and communify. Science passengers sailed fo Greenfield Village in Defroif, May 26. Cn The upper deck in The geomefry sfafe- room, Roger Sfressman solves a difficulf geom- efry problem. Assembled wifh Miss Bacon, biology in- sfrucfor, Rheaume Dunn, Earl Sanders, Charles Kruske, and Charles Greenwald look on wifh inferesf while a frog is dissecfed. Passengers sfudying biology gef firsfrhand experience wifh fhe maferial of science as if combines a sfudy of all living fhings. ln fhe physics sfaferoom, Violef Bolfz, Frieda Reimer, Virginia McWhirfer, and Leona Porn- merville experimenf wifh a sfereoscope fo gain a knowledge of mechanical law in relafion fo life which is accomplished by means of dis- cussions, experimenfing, and lisfening fo wells informed guesf speakers. Again in fhe geomefry sfaferoom, Mrs. Giesels geornefry passengers will be less like- ly fo Hiump af conclusions," for fhey will be frained fo look for proof. l938 Science Clubs Midshipmen Mildred Tompkins, Shirley Allore, and Jane McDermo'r+ caughlr by lhe ship's camera in a hilarious momen+ of The slcif lhey performed for Biology Club. Willing Crucibles lend a hand in decor- aling +he old rub Annex for rhe Crucible dance. Jerry Snyder experimenfs on Gloria Whi+ney's abilily lo disfinguish foods in The biology s+al'eroom, while Clarence Averill loolcs on. Roberr Johnson, presidenl of 'the Cruci- bles, boys' chemislry club, for rhe year. Irene Arif, presidenl of Alchemisls, girls' chemisiry club. Jack Dersch received rhe Chemisrry Sci- ence Award Plaque given each year +o lhe oulslanding sailor in chemislry al a shin-dig of The Alchemisrs end Crucibles. Richard Rediern and Alice Remer, pres- idenrs of rhe Biology Club during Jrhe firsl and second parfs of rhe rrip, respeclively, supervised wiener roasls, lalrly pulls, and sleigh rides for member passengers. .Legenda Juv at ir 'A' 'A' "We See By The Heavens" TO SEAMEN TO LANDVLUBBERS POSITION Chaperons Adminislralion Twelllh parallel Passenger Slalerooms Advisory Seniors and Underclassmen Sevenleenlh parallel Honored Passengers Award lor superior work Nineleenlh parallel Passengers' Aclivilies Deparlrnenls and Organizalions Filly-lhird parallel Supply Shops Adverlising Sevenly-ninlh parallel i ir i' Foreword Once again we, lhe Legenda crew, sleer lhe anligualed lleel ol ships ol lhe Arlhur Hill Line on lhe annual journey via pholo- graphy-lhis lime from Porl ol '37 lo lhe Porl ol '38. Lasl fall we began lo learn lhe ropes. Wilh an eye lo prevailing winds, we sailed over lhe bounding mains, carrying I,4OO passengers. Allhough Caplain Helen Fischer was in command, we now and lhen ran inlo heavy log or an unforeseen slorm. The dollar from each Sludenl Union liclcel helped lo fill lhe crew's moneybox, and a few brave volunleers worlced wilh a will lo sell lhe me-rchanl's sloclc in lhe ship. Carefully annolaling every irnporlanl happening in lhe log. we were helped a bil by old hands in lhe lrade. When we caughl sighl ol land, we speeded up. Now, wilh all sails spread, we arrive al porl. 4 l 9 Social Science The Sccial science de Darlfnenf C'QiV"YbiFXES a Sindy of We izccial, eccinc-rnic, and poliliiial problems ol llie new and presenl. 'Rulers lor a Day" ,,. Ar orwiiai lioncir was A l,VilrE'VE'C cr' line fxrflwr l-lill imdenl governing loo- dy Deconiber l5. Sludenl Cakinef i-illicers lcol a rare -efiie fc rule ine iify ji Sazinfi,-.. Doris Benlcird, preaidenl 'LL ine Sluclenl UNCH gnarel City Ivlfinazxer Ccol- inqnarrif deal. led Fier- neoy eiecnles l'ii5 defies af iiily allorney. -Q Ellen lileiscnrnann and Mr Byrigf F?cii:lwucod wcirli lcqellier as purcliasini olf- liicers. Bolo Jolinson smiles al lwis worl as cily pliysi- A , 'JPN' Liemenfinr Williani Bare low, Pc-lice Cliiel Fred I-l. Ge-nsle, and Jarnes Wcicil- ever dudenl chief ol oo- iiiie ci:-nlizr, Cily Clerli Puln Faufiel lcolcs up lrcirn lier Geslc, Piiisaiirj- lalaciel, liealllw cif- licer, :ino Dr, Franl- A. Flccile are in conference. Slanley Marla ponders over llne responsibililies of su- perinlendenl ol parlcs and cenfeleries. Mr. Arlnur Carman ex- plains flie Clulies ol llwe airy assessor lo Waller Seibel. Jennie Prior, Qily lreasurer, Rollin A. Aqaard, and Elmer P. Simon, direc- lor of finance. qlance up , from llieir worlr, In explanalion Cliaperon I. M. Brocl rernarlied, "Tide slude-nfs worlcecl riqlil alonq wifh llwe Heads ol llie dee parfrnenls cloino wlialever 4. was assigned lo iliern. The obiecliyo was lo acquainf flwe younq people ol Today willi wlial il rneans lo qov- ern a cily flie size ol Sag- .,, VUGW. 1938 76 Social Clubs EE3?VWJE'VS Dofofhx, AFV- e 3'-J Harrie' Hivxifl C imc pong at one of "2 '34 Rilseme Kiffbii 'Q Chvisfgn LEC? "Q- ,-2.- Q'-.913 fcr GM Pe 1j".f+ieS Inilxirhiz f 3 ,WJ of dcilz, ,af fic? fi :Nei 5 tribe' 2 3 rv"1 ' Ci" Ea. e :Usdays 'He duke , eii'3 used '5 if f 'he ,ei Vile I M1 5: JI: ffevwkers, xi-1 5, Arif' Lucfw slated 3' 'J V3 .-.ev if-YIVF1. Liu' '1 We vtfyuxue dev'- :if aljej 1 5 Irv kl irfi- ' pr 2 We i"11 E'-Q-mer Nsnaarda. 2, er',,Qa LVD ' ff 'Mew Mtv iwiw kiwmawcieerf-0 Cv Dzfi: Ee"i'J 'ho Yrs' car? Q? ' f "C YJ Flcrefte Caf- Nf Qzming di.-fn We 'Me 5' el-LH We Pefsgfar C .C Ffidec for can Y "VL if mise ard Chnf' Ar'fV7Sfi"?1f1C'! tif- i'd 3 picnh: were fb, e'+e' dave on ff1'?:V -fain -2jJ 3 The SHOE gaVex '? '-471 CME wuries 2' "9 Y, M. C, A. ecadw Tues :e,. LeJE','Jef'1,Bferwef -Vw Kerwneifw Gurlng - frsf and Sefiovd Carve 'ne 'dc refre1:".QV,, "5 gftup spznafzred vw HSI' i-Hg? Time and Ecfwld --"' "E C:-RH Pesefria 'i 2. 'H-H Hcfneifffifix F' umhecm, Verrir S'e"'a' Tec Kem-em CJ Fefrlmx Mr. S':Pv'fRd' Scfstf, Jed Helvesfor Lawrie Farmww JI'-n Yew- rel, Warren Pefers Dir P ie, Hmer P. Simcn E0 HX" ,.--SW and Fred Pip- pei- 'ray be Idenflfi-ed, L-ezemde X 1- 4.1 S .A- 4-as 1 X 'N ParenT - Teachers To acquainT pare-nTs wiTh The associaTion as well as wiTh Their young Tollcs' Teachers and courses, The group oT 656 Trip chaperons, Torming ParenT-Teachers AssociaTion, TogeTher wiTh The Public Relalrions CommiTTee, lcepT passengers in Touch wiTh Their parenTs aT home. Under The capable capTaincy oT Mr. WalTer l-lolT, TirsT male presidenT, assisTed by Mrs. STanley Campbell, moTher vice-presiclenT7 Mr. John Fleischmann, TaTher vice- presidenTg Miss EThel PeTerson, Teacher vice-presidenT7 Mrs. William STecl4erT, Jr., secreTary: Mrs. R. M. McAvoy, Treasurer: and Mrs. Jerome Brenner, corresponding secreTary and hisTorian They dropped anchor To allow Two delegaTes To aTTend The sTaTe convenTion, aTTend an open house in The Tub Annex, and secured as speakers Mr. George Elias, Dr. Y. Z. Chang, Mr. Roy McMurray, Mr. George Taaclc, and Reverend B. l-l. Crewe Tor Their meeTings. Members and Triends also sponsored a card parTy in The Annex November 8 which enTerTained eighTy-Tive Tables oT guesTs and broughT in sevenTy dollars Tor The associaTion's welTare worlc. 78 is 9 BASTIAN BROTHERS 81 COMPANY eos elo 6:2 LAPEER AVENUE .1--:nz-:vioxx11111111914-10:1 :nz-. 1.-1-.111-11.-if-314-1131 3 11:11 nz. 1 COURT CENTER and SALLY ANN BAKERY 0 FOR BETTER BAKED GOODS TRY US 0 I2l0 Courf Sire:-e+ - Dial 7665 IIB N. Michigan Ave. - Dial 2-0033 f WIH1 We essisrawz-9 of The thy frafflc and safefy depart kenf waferfrznr pafrdman Jack Shut encourages stu- oenfs fo be Safefv conscious by reminding Them of The pur- pzse of We sveef light f The safefy tc-ard +hroUqh advisories dEspTays educafional rwaferial Qenda -goin:-11' in: 10:--iuiuzningcnzui A COMPLETE Dkue STORE 0 W E I N B E R G ' S Rexall Drug S+ore "We fill all doclors' prescriplionsn COURT AT MICHIGAN -..:..:g,:..:ul-..:.,:..:. : -Nz ,:.-.,:.-.- ..,.. -.... , , ,M :U I 79 Be Charming WEAR FLOWERS ". jf Q . N 2 A ROETHKE1 'CQ Isl? . M Mwllw A if Junior Spielcermann, James Woolever, and Charles Wllf lard of Ilwe band swing If af one of flue Iea dances in 'fre old lub Annex. f Don Rae inlervlews Fred ScI'wmid+ during a pulrf: speaking class. 111 1 1- 1 0 200 SOUTH MICHIGAN 333 SOUTH WASHINGTON E 0111-I1-I1u1u1u1u1u1 1 1 1,1 1 1:11 1 1:9 1111111111111'1u1n1-111111 WMC If www "SagInaw's Finesi Deparfmeni' SI'ore" SAG-INAW'S SMART STYLE CENTER For 'Ilne younger genera+ion II2 - II8 SO. JEFFERSON SAGINAW, MICHIGAN ' 80 I 14 zu: 1111 I1 14 :I-xniwzo 938 --1--1:1113 111- 1 1- 1 1 1-1-1 1 101: 1:1 1 1 11 1:1 1 1:1-I1 1 1-101 111:15 1' .-na' neo .-. ... - -. -.,- I- -..g. - - - -.-.- -.- --,-..- neo 1 -1 11111: 1 1'-1-ozo - - - - - Q -,,-,,-.g. ozsxfvicriffivzfrgoioiogq-11, I . ' I I T T N E R S i FURNITURE STORE ! 4I8 I-Iancock l I I t For SAFE BRAKES i X2 2 6 See Us ' S ' 2 SCIENTIFIC BRAKE 1- -H if ': Q SERVICE 3 304 W. Genesee Ave l I ! Machineless Permanenfs Q DENTIST FLORENCE BEAUTY SHOP ! ZOO Sri-ECEEE Bwjg, IGS Mkjnigen AVE-. Q D14 asm DHI 3-IS33 I I ' B Y I Q f, f' WALTER L. CREGO I M ,- : MAUTNER a. KRAUSE , , VtW?I I ' p, S,i,, SAN, CMN-C :OJ SEIIVU New, Each EOD. tg H N I A Q ' ' MN' ' W ' T' LW Y - nUf'EtrarO E IDE 'O 'Tc Cin: es E' E 40' F' GQFESEE php' F 3 'Obi WaIiIEr Eine C'S'Tk5+:1 EIDOJ Jcyie Efecvfef, t if Fred VIrSII:v.'SI, Segwa.-, NEVVS 'E'CiV"1' g MH. Y F F ,end A Drs. Johnson 8K Johnson ge'S Ina SITIOS news ID IDE zicfalnl 1" T' i 'T' TU 'I I5 GI CHIROERACTORS L I - ,. A , i M C I N T Y R E I S LICEPSQO PEIWEE Gfaduafes i EWU E Swnwn Iruks CLIE, ' E We SOEEHIIZE In F:UI'?aIn Sermf- NeUrc:eIcrrefEI' A Ne.-.ESI Tech- -kDIgrgIiW Chin- ,ind Pgggffqfd ,Idwggr cII5v E : Home Cooking CTQUE - Om I-IReaI+Iw Senna B'I"QE En: OCDQL WEWE Oafa EEQI.-.If' inc MarIjEIIi E M: N' .whim ESU 'S :fa D lc: cn. A i I I M ' IIZVZ Soufh Hamil+on Sfreef . I I I BERKNWAY A.W.VANAUKEN EURSTENBERC- BROTHERS I D SI-ICE REBUILDERS General Insurance LUMBER AND COAL I i and Securify Bonds MILL VVCPI-' i SI' Laoeer Seccnd I'JaTicrTeI Bank BIdg N04 J'5g'f'50" DIS' 2-SIOI I I ! i l Z EE PVRESI-IES ' I QT TRTESTTLCEUBREZELF D R . A . B . S N O w ! I OUR MODERN FOUNTAIN Hennin .S Fr H H DENTIST ! WATSON DAIRY 9 an U TS 4033 Sf S I I E29 GEEIQEI ALE. 30' HEVOEH SUS? i ! I ! ' H. V. RAD EAT AT I I R B LEY GARBER SUPER SERVICE i l Mobile C.-.S and Oil KOZY KORNER , ! GWIICI i"3 Websfer '06 WEST Genesee IEIO Civ' ST, 355: QS!-1 g I , I ! S I I DRAPER CHEVROLET CO WEN DAY AND NIGHT RAMSHAW PHOTO SERVICE i S . DEVELOPING, PRINTIN' AND ENLARGING I I THOMAS LUNCH OFHFMS I I 9 E. 6 Av , ' ! IO' enesee e Corner I-Iancock and I-IamiI'IOn 206 Deafltorn S+. Dia' 2-6741 g i Legenda -. - - , ' 30:1 - I - :-:,-,.g..--murng.::I:- :ng -ngng..-. 014, .Ii .101 I2 I: 1010301-zu.: 81 DR. D. A. KEISER I E Eimjmfi Dial 2-02I2 Dial 2-BI55 - 3-l722 . an-as N EIL J O H N SO N G R O C E R Y C O. THREESTORES SIXTH Hcyf 01 II ffl : : NESEE N M UML? f Passengers who need Informa- tion Transfer IO The Bufman boat wk How Erie comes TO Saginaw. if I-Larry Davis, Safefy Board member. iOTS down a few nOTes concerning The safefy program, O'KEEFE 81 O'KEEFE ATTORNEYS AT LAW C? Sefiind NEITQODESI BDDI BuiIdin'3 H. S. SIEBEL JEWELER II9 NOrH'T H-amiIfOn DR. HAYDEN E. G. SCHAIBERGER STOMAOH . TNTESTTNAL EEOTAL DISEASES 420 N. Michigan S ODAS CANDY ZlEGLER'S DRUGS 4806 Court SI. DR. A. G. GARDEY DENTIST OIO Second NOTA Bank BIOO. The Thinking EQIIQW ,Z 0 9 C O U R T 5 T, YELLOW of CHECKER Taxi Dial 2-3II7 415 E. Genesee LET us MAREAK YOUR OAR G-INAW OIL CO. Jgnffs 11+ FHMITO W. P. TREDO CO. The Lafesf in Haberdashery 300 E. Genesee Ave. DR. WALTER K. SLACK EAR, NOSE. AND THROAT DIST 2-OOII we Eddy BIdg. G R A N V I L L E ' S Good Shoes For All flue Family "fi 42 BIZ pi"-E' J AIM-T The Party Or SHOW GTO TQ The AMAZON SWEETS For Refreshmen+s 319 E Genesee Ave Saginaw's Largesf Typewri+er Sfore TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE I30 SO. Baum D154 7633 STOLZ SERVICE STATION STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS SUITE- and COW? BOOKS A GIFTS CARDS S'i1TiCnE'ry - - Cgflinq Cards JEANET DUFFY SHOP 223 S, JeHersOn Avenue ARDERN FLORAL ni.:I1Iznz-pf-iugnininii-1 11101 31.1 3 T1 T1 I1 -14.11.1411 82 I 9 .g.,-. :. : .:..-..:..:.,: :. - .-. 5 4 CLARK'S DRUG STORE QUALITY SERVICE I1U1-IinzuzriiiziiizuqiiuinzuzuzuzuininzuzI-if-3 iz- 1-110: 1-Iininzfq. 1 Vlfarcn ,gm sfeo, Elaw-e, or we"I be yellmg "IWI:IInI-an ovefbo-J'-if" 1 All gel' Ar? I-IeIr"Iburger C-UIIS curlain for The ,uni-J' rlax ir Bill vou was a fnief. Can' ILIII 5 th ai Q sq 7 .gc if mg p r 5 I n, if Chris Zara arc Ar? Hawk-'s s CATHERINE HICKEY DISTINCTIVE MILLINEPI' AND SPORTS WEAR W. J. DAVIS MUSIC HOUSE 3I7 Courf S+. KUNDINGER SERVICE STATION S'randard Oil Producfs Michigan af Genesee Img CH :va , or We Cowl HMS lawn. WAHN-KHUEN SCH AGENCY SAGINAW MFG. co. GENERAL INSURANCE 202 Gvraebner Bldg. Qualify Producfs i322 Ying SI. Dial 2f7IlS N. D. L. BROWN, D. D. S. Graebner Bldg, Michigan Ave. ar I-lancciglc GRUBE DRUGS SODAS ADI2uesecAIIoI' Cor. Michigan and Genesee Sle W' Genesee Ave' Saginaw, Wes? Side, Mich. FREE Dial 6008 DELIVERY LUNCHES S NDWICHES l . , 5 W""TEHEAD MUSC CO Nemwie SHOE STORE The Sludenls Eaimq Place 306 Federal Avel Come +0 Us for Up-fo-Dale Siyles SPECIAL DISCOUNTS H is Correcf Fil fhaf Counfs N6 Norm Mkhiqan TO STUDENTS 209 E. Genesee Avenue HELFRECHT MACHINE SEE US AND SEE BETTER COMPANY SAGINAW ICE s. COAL co. 8 Tools, Jigs, gixxires, and Gear Dependable Se,-vice u ID Opfomelrisls II7 S, Franklin Saqinawi Mihigan Since THE APOTHECARY SHOP 7 I DRUG STORE 209 So. Jelifers In Ave, M Saginaw Surgical and Megical Supply Co. Inc. bl' G n A C milcslg "LMP Prescripiions, SickpR3EiEri2SBu4I3pSlies, Trusses Bells, e esee ve' Hard I-learinq Devices, Wheel Chairs, I-Iospilal Beds RUSSELL ELECTRIC CO. GRAEBNER DAIRY G E Y E R . S l9I5 Norih Michigan Dial 2-6I58 Coffage Cheese Cream Everyihing Elecfrical for fhe Buffer Milk 5c and IOC fo SI.00 S+ore Car 3840 COW+ Dial 2-406' Michigan Avenue Opposite Court House e g e rs d a L Unsurpassed Values We Aim +o Please Our Cusfomers Consumers Power Company 84 I93 mx ng- 1-1111 s:m1n111:1:1u1 1- 1:11111 1 up 1- 1 1- 1 11- 1 1 1-n1u1..1 1011-1--1--ingni--101. o seo n 1 PETER g I SIMON'S g GARAGE i I , i 24 HOUR SERVICE 903 NORTH BOND DIAL 2.8642 i V I ! 1 1 - 1 1 . 4 1- 1 wifi 1:11:11-1-1 1 ri-'11'tH1111v1u1'-1--1111-V fl - -1 n 1 -1 H 1-1-9 ?""" 'Y""'Y' 'Y 'Y' """"Y' 'Y 'Y 'Y """"Y"" "' 'Y""'Y' "Y Q NEATNESS AND CLEANLINESS ! c.-,um In All Walks of Life Q g Have Your Clofhes Cleaned and Pressed a+ I UER 8 BAUE ! . l Q 9 cLEANERS-rDYERs 5 ! 2 ! 2 I l i my Q 5 i -I The Sfore of Honesf Values i I-1:fEi!4i!i'f-E 2' F3iYKil" 4' 0 ! ' iifiirir- ' 1-!R',J! H o M E F u R NIS H I N e s I g ggf133i5gQs msafm-aasjgggglil 0 i l 1: : ff 1' 3 i glf Make Your House More Than a House: Make Your House i Iifilizggnrrlfubglgaguggalllvallli v1" rmvlliigegx'-:Al 5 Home fUI'l'lH'Ul'e i - 1-1 - -- 'R' 5 g r'I 'L'3LfH, 1 MURPHY sr o'HARA co. ! ! ' i 7l4 E. Genesee Avenue if BNN Keeolre, passenger pee? Mns flrsf phce In We song wrlfing Conf-es? for The Saginaw High game. i Jane Mcflermoff and Har- rief Lange pYaced second and fhird respecfivew Leqenda -.,-,.-,.....-..-..g. ., L egenda iv if fit 'Vne Sp'xrVr oi '89 Crowded 'rn Pre narrow kxaks are many a smne and grown Thai xoraveXy pXay ar 'Adodq'ern" w'xW We pXa-sker 5aXX'rnq down, Une has vRs'rons OW We sea v'rew'rnq We b'Mowed door Pxnd pXays a qarne OW nop-spoken o'er We crevxces qaXore. Doors are danqknq on one knnqe and Wey creak and rnoan w'xW pam: Pxnd cekkxnqs 'rn sad need off darns keep Xejrkknq 'rn We ra'rn. BM we've We Navy's coXor-5, xooW qoXd and Navy xokge, Pxnd we xnave Wen' sarne sp'rr'Pr ko dke 'W we can'X do. "Frei xnundred years are xnardesr Wey say, and braveXy we Pvriernpk io keep our sknp-wrecked 5dnooN anoajr on a choppy sea. By RuW Pause 5 X 14.1. 1- 1- 1 1II1- 11 1- 1 1111-1II1u1n1n-11:11:101-w1n1n fiilfffi Welcome ICI Saginaw! Finesi Dairy 1.1 1 1-1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1:11111 1 1 101n1u1u1u1u1n1011:1111111111 11 1 1 1 11101 UEIIIIEEIB Manulaclurers OI BEET SUGAR, DRIED BEET PULP, BEET MOLASSES Sugar Beef PIanIS Operafing al Alma, Caro, Croswell, Lansing, Saginaw, and Sebewaing, Michigan ICHIGAN UCIAR GMPANY GENERAL UFFICEE SAGINAW, MICHIGAN 1..1.I1..1--1S1I1u1 1 .1 1 1:11-11-I1n1-11-11-r1mI1I-.ti-in 1:11111 1I1n1n1u1:1 1 1: 11:1 14-1 10141-I1 1 - 1:1 1 111 1 11 111 1 0 Build for permanence and Proleclion Fire-Safe Building Supplies A CompIe'I'e Line of Face Brick Io FH Any Type of Building 6 IQU IEINIIIEB XCOAL K' SUPPLY C0- 403 Soufh Wafer Sfreef Dial 2-BIO4 Since I870 E I WISE MOTHERS DEMAND I Q JOHNSTON CANDIES SAGINAW DAIRY co. ARE DEL'C'OUS PerfecI'Iy Pasfeurized Milk Q Q DIAL 2-EII8I i ' .-..:..:.,: .: .:..: .: I .:..: ,: ,: ,: : -..g. ozopl 1 -1 .1 VALLEY SWEETS CO. DISTRIBUTORS SINCE I907 'k Posfmasler-General Farley Ialfes a shine Io news-lwawlc SI- rnon and gives lwirn the breaks in Ilwe inlerview wlwicln gives flue School, Ilie sluclenf paper, and Sirnon slale-wide publice ily. if In conlrasf, a rnernenl of relaxalion in Ilwe News room finds Sporls reporler Byron Oiii guard. 86 I938 if TIC Mpvsf I Hahn Bllsky fn: eri '3"v 5 E, I BH v I ! I FRIENDLY, COURTEOUS SERVICE T ALWAYS 1 ! T o LEY R0 HE Q 1 ! I : "AT Your Service Since I863I' 5 U: :,,:.,:4,:,,:,,,,,,:K,:A:,,:,:,,:.,:.,,,,,,:.,,,: ,,,:,,:K,, ,,,,,, fa, , ,.,. . if uunnn T Y--A Yesferday . . . . . . Today A 55522 'I' ' , .71 -': ?g.":2:Q2?2 " -','- - .fra T f ' V fi' "" 2155. Si ,Je j f,-Q DRY GOODS SHOES " EX- GROCERIES MEATS s T R o B E L B R o s . 'I 557 'rf ' 22134 5 Gfa'7T:T af Michigan Y' ' ' T Q I if - " ,--""" ...- .-fr .ff:Ef151:"aL- 1,32 ' ' 0" :R -'-I-'Lip J- -U: ini 1Iiniuinwtnininiuivinlnioiuin11.101-U1 1 in I i I-.-E----ELO-WER-S------ - ------- I-4-1-U-- T ACCEPTABLE AT ALL TIMES I i MARKET i T ii 26I6-26I8 STATE ST. j T THE Phones 5653 E em I "SAGlNAW'Q TELEGRAPH FLORISTH EREE DELIVERY 1 a-a ,,., TfHE5'1.?l may ,.., ! ! ...,,,,, ! I '. l 5 i I-E -'-U-O - -I l-II:4':I:I':"' :I-I i The Saginaw Lumber Company I i Q i LUMBER C. H. i MILL WORK TRAVEL SERVICE i and i i Tours i Cruises 5 I K E R R Y 8' W A Y L B R ' C O ' i i Sfeamship Ticlzeis Io All Paris of Ihe WorId i ' BVISIOI GI NIGQGVG 5 5 Genesee Ave, Sfafffiwn i I Phone 2-4I7I i g .eqenda 87 .g. - - 5 Pl ! 9 ! I i W . L . C A S E 81 C O . 5 g FUNERAL DIRECTORS 5 and g AMBULANCE SERVICE l ! Dhl737I 4l3 Adanw SL ! Q I E il U l l i 5 E ' all-li 4' ini"i'wli'l"Al:ii'l'in I X , F, I 'A I I TI-IIS STORE OFFERS ITS 5 .. " ,I f A f I g CONGRATULATIONS i n f -gg, I Q Q TO THE GRADUATES OF was i ' ! Q ' Q FURNITURE STORE ! ! A. E. ENSMINGER 81 CO. l I20 Soufh Franklin g l-lamillon and Hancock, Wesl Side D U ! 'i'l'l':":i:'2AA:izizilzizizlziiwA'A' "U A A' M AQZTZI'Qiflfiff?iIlf'T'fg'f"l: Q RICHTER ! ! I g DRUG COMPANY JOHN B. GOETZ Twg+ Good FLQSST I . mes ! I GOETZ GREENHOUSES i Clonqiele Mme Ol Parker Pens ' I 241, Macunaw Sweet i IQOO Crum i929 E. Genesee i i Flowers for All Occasions Dial 2-5323 azopn-.I.-T.-n3II:..1-I:..:I.: -1II:0101014.11Iznangnxmzo ozvpng--101011-1--inns.10101 QIIQIIQI gninif-:min queens iloaf. i'Q l Ann will'I Old lef+E-rmen al Th gg I938 'A' Come OU1 from cove Tk Miss Glascock and An Allinglon worlcinq On HT ueen Dorie, Belly-JO, and 'A' d Ed Kirsfowsiy ready If d I rv Mer C risfmas baskefs, 'k Bob Meyer, affer Ifiockm-. C I'I S y I d I E A T D D T B LT 3 :ui '14I1n1n1u1II1II1Iw1n1I-1 -1--1-,QI-1'-QIIQIQI-3-I1-IQHQIIQI11I1--1--1-I1-I1-'Luz--1 WILL YOU SEEK EMPLOYMENT OR WILL YOU CONTINUE YOUR STUDIES? Send for Li+era+u YQ . Board of Commerce Bldg. Phone 2-2I83 "I-Iome OI DISTINCTIVE Iiurnifureu .LTVI v , ' x Q 0101014 Ii.: .iuqv o 2 3101 IQIIQI-1II1Io!o Ex I, E I-IOT POINT V' GENERAL ELECTRIC hx U HOME APPLIANCES I I I :1011-g43f:01ui:1n14 :I-1 19:01-1 -1 -loin:--1 zz 1 11-1011 1 :I 1-in.:-V: -3 -1 -1-1 :nz--1 -3011021 eqenda SQ mg. Q 0.4- o 0.4 -..- ! I 101--1010: 1 Ig:-if 3 1:3 1-1111-I1-T11fini:rx--:gr-3-I1-'gp'110101031111 1 riui FRED M. BULLOCK Disfriclr Manager THIRTY YEARS REPRESENTING THE MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEWARK, N. J. 306 Second Nafional Bank Building ir In Ihe hold of Ilve Bufma Library II'1e dramafics CI parirnenf has coliecfed a d anizecl a resourceful ward robe and properfies de-pa I. SAGINAW MICI-IIGAN 5910101111 gn 1:2 -111 is QD: in in in: I1 'ini 'Quan' 141:11 in 1 11 1:11114 in:-If ozovxuz '11 1 rg. 1 1 1-1 1 1-1 3 .arm Q 0.414 AI' Your Service . . . OVER A FIALF CENTURY OF EXPERIENCE IN ABSTRACTING SAGINAW COUNTY TITLES BORLAND ABSTRACT COMPANY MerriIIBuiIcIIr1q Opposi+e CourI I-Iouse A PROSPEROUS RETAILER BUYS FROM A RELIABLE WHOLESALER G. A. ALDERTON 81 CO. DISTRIBUTORS or HISBEST PRODUC .11-1-I2 1:1-I1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 I1 'Quin Icp -4: -1 1.-1-.1-1.-1 -zngni-.1n1I.i4-1014 if-11111-1 1 1 14-1:1011 14,1 1 -1 111 1:1101-1:1 QU I93 I-301011 1 11:1-is 1 4:9-13903 an 1010311111111 .141 11 1--14.1 vgoioioiogoi-viivifvi-vi: 1 -1 rin: 141 115 fg .Ig-12020411 .xnxx 1 nz.-Ln: -:nz 111: ig-'11 1-14 1 1- zu: 1 "A SOCIABLE WAY TO TRAVEL" RIDE THE BUSES SAGINAW CITY LINES, INC. PHONE 3-III6 50I N. WATER ST. -za.:-Iini-.in:Uin111011.:Q-:nz--zuzni--in-4,-4-31.14---10111111 JEWEL A. BOSTICK DODGE - PLYMOUTH DIAL 2-BIOI -2-8402 I034 E. Genesee Saginaw, Michigan :Qi 1 :z03031-11:21,1n:u14:1nz.-:.-z1.z..:- 1.11: 1: zu: 1' 2- 1--1--1-1031 1- 1- zu:--103-.1211-in: .11 'k See somewirtg ifferesfing, Ted and Ed? 'k To ge? 'rhose IoofbaII pIay- ers in picfures Mr, Staci-.veII makes manyfrips To I-Ioyi park and Alumni IieIO aigng wifh New '14 GRADUATES! We ask you Io see our newes+ summer s+yIes of Ioo+v-fear for young men and girls MEN'S 54.00 and up. WHITE, BROWN, and BLACK GIRLS' 53.95 and up. WHITE, BEIGE, BLUE, BROWN, and BLACK JOCHEN'S AI' Snaes Fiffed by X-Ray 420 E. Genesee Avenue s and Legenda soorfs wr-iff Iers f BIacIc makes wrwe Iines for fooTbaII confesfs. g e n d a :mini -Qui.-zninzuzu10:01 1 I: 11:11:11-1-nz-pn:--1 . 91 .gt ilu:f1..1-vin:-Iii-:nz-iz:1 1 1 1 o eco .'qp1,11,1 11-1 -11-11 1111010101111 11-1 1 1 1 1 11-11111111 111111111111111111111i11v1111 1 I1 1111 110 Q -, --4',- 1 g. wx a if Dick Rediern, BIII Tarrant Vern-CII Bar+IeII, and Edwin Henderson experimenf in Ihe chemisiry sIa+eroom. f Fc-rsaken Ioclfers in fine hold oIArfIr1Jr I-IiII. A Kodak I Q THE PERFECT GIFT ! FOR THE GRADUATE I I WATTERS DRUG STORE Q MICHIGAN AT HANCOCK - NEXT TO Y. M. C. A. I I ,- - - - .... ....... ,... - A - - Q?lQ4I,U,U:'QIVa'I,I, Al l l l l l l Qlllfllz Ill i Q!"Q':UTU 2 ,I ll llliiflfll l Q4 l lilulll Q SAGINAW CENTRAL OIL ! AND 9 GAS Co. Q "WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION" l PHILLIPS' - KENDALL OIL Q l42O COURT SUPER COURT AND BAY ' Hbbu Two Sfahons PHONE 2-8922 SERVICE PHONE 2-I570 0111111.1111.111111111111111-11 1' 1 11 1 1 1 11 111 1 1 111 111111 1 1 1 111111111 1 11:11 2 I THE J. W. IPPEL CO. : CONVENIENTLY LOCATED g Qualify Dry Goods and Wearing Apparel g Saginaw, Wesf Side, Michigan Courf and Michigan I U 050:11-.1-nv..-1,1 .1 11,111 -1 1 111 1 11111 1 1 111111111-1111111111111111 11111 1111111111 . 111111111 111 Q2 193 111.11ap1v1111i11111111:..:1:1cp 11111 111.11 1 111co11111111111111111111111 1 111-1111 1 1111 1 1 1 i' en up a IJIT. 'k Bob Amd? aopIIes a':oIToI To Don Sornmerfweoo 5'raTned GENERAL DISTRIBUTING CORPORATION WHOLESALE JOBBERS GARAGE EQUIPMENT R. C. A. RADIOS AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLIES EASY WASHERS UNIVERSAL ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS SAGINAW FLINT PederaI and Second LANSING Phone 2-6I8I 9021- 111 1 1 T1 -1 -1 I1 -1 -1 .111 111-T1-A1 10101-311: 1 1 1 vi4-11-111 -1:1--ini:-1-1--11-1.1141 QUALITY MEATS CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES C O U R T M A R K E T SATISFACTION GUARANTEED :1o101o1a1u1v14-1u14v1u1:1T1 1 1-.1 1 1 T1 T 1--1-Y 1 -E-.I-U1--Z.. 11:1n1-:14:14:1u1.,1.1-11-T11 1014. 0:4110 GIFTS OF JEWELRY Are The fInesT expression of your wishes 4I9 Couri' Dial 2-OOI9 I I I SMITH HARDWARE CO. ! ! SPORTING GOODS I Q soo Gra+io+ Ave. Dial 65:5 ! l l COMPLETE OPTICAL SERVICE Dr. Geo. W. Hall, Opt In Charge SALLE JEWELRY CO. 407 E. GENESEE AVE 10101I1'11-11-1:-1u1n1-11--101:-1 1-1-1 -1 11014 0:4 One runnef aIoS anofner on We Track fIeId. Bob Leckie Is ITeIpinq Bob MueITIenbe:I, ioos- mL1scIes, -ni SEE US FOR YOUR SPORTING GOODS qenda Q3 1 1 111 101011111.1-I1-f1n1n1u1n1 1 1 1 Sw-'43 X. X ' x if On upper deck corridor of The rnaln ship one may scan The arf work of IeIIow sfudenfs and ge? a qIFrnpse of various proiecfs Thar rnaIeriaIIze on The eve-rTIow fable and coun- Ier in The corridor oufside +he arf 5IaIeroorn. if WaII Srrnfn undIsIurbed. 1 11- 1. 101111: 1 101:20 I ! I I SAGINAW STATE BANK A NEIGHBORLY AND FRIENDLY BANK E I Member of Ihe Federal Deposir Insurance Corporafion I U ! ! Jefferson ar Lapeer II5 NorII1 I-IamIIIon ! I ! ! ill 1 QW Q' QUQ' lil'l,UDlVD'lQUQU,U1U1Vivluln " 'I 'I 47 U U U U, IQ' S Q I E I CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES Q TO THE CLASS or me +A rar a A rr,rA f I iigmasee , g ---in " ' I r l . I 1 - I gg " -ieifgiw ass i ,V V71 4',-' 'Ex is 'gi B , f'f ' ' I r' .- : 1-I r'r- s I ' , 2 ' t a ,.' 1 ' I .IL :p g Q if F-52,11 f- - 4 Seemann 8: Pefers Q4 was


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