Bradford High School - Bradonian Yearbook (Bradford, IL)

 - Class of 1938

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CT he masqucrs BERTHA HEETLAND, B. A. University of Iowa ENGLISH, SPEECH AND DRAMATICS Although the name Orange and Black Maskers was used interchangeably with dramatic club, this year it took on a definite meaning. On January 19 eleven students were masked. The little black mask tied with orange ribbon was symbolic of out- standing work in production of dramatics. Any student belonging to the dramatic club may be masked upon completion of dis- tinctive participation in speech and dram- atic events. In time this group shall become the working nucleous of the dramatic club. UERSE CHOIR In old Greek times a chorus was used to give narrative to connect scenes of a play. This old custom of choric reading was revived in the speech classes this year. Both classes gave demonstration for the dramatic VERSE CHOIR First Row-Lois Ward, Camilla Kelly, Ma- bel Allen, Miss Heetland, director. Second Row-Nell Curran, Marcella Mc- Clane, Charlotte Dunbar, Gloria Welsh. Celestine Barnes. Third Row-June Enos, Mary Dorothy Mc- Clane, Ardis Talbert, Ruth Spenser. club. Finally, twelve girls with voices vary- ing from high to low, just as in singing choirs, were selected for a verse choir. The choir gave its initial performance for the Civic League in January. PRODUCTION MANAGERS First Row-Nell Curran. Clair Giltner, Genevieve Hall. 2nd Row-Fern Tumbleson, Merlin Clausen. Ardis Talbert.

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ff LIBRARIANS First Row-Gloria Welch, Shirley Clausen, Joe McKean, Norma Ames, Catherine Forbes, Nina Beeney. Second Row-Ruth Spenser, Virginia Reed, Miss Vanzant, Librarian. Various books row upon row For curious students who study to grow Gifted in knowledge and oftimes yearning The library's the place for learning. With this thought in mind. a new system of supervision has been used in the library this year, A teacher is present every per- iod to assist the Student Librarian. How- ever, the pupils still like to have a little fun on the side in case the teacher is dn- tained or absent. The library is always full to overflowing and why not? Over four thousand books of all shapes and descriptions would make an inviting place for anyone. There are re- creation books, books for English, Science History and various vocational subjects. Then of course, there are the dictionaries and encylopedias. To this you add about thirty-five sets of English classics and you have a pretty nice library, don't you think? Ask any student what is in the little wire basket at the right hand corner of the desk and he will immediately an wer "Maga- zines." Yes, that's right. The history stu, dent wants a "Tlme"g the pleasure bent student wants the "Lifef' and in addition the magazine rack is filled with thirty-five others which come weekly, bi-weekly or monthly. These include Colliers, Popular Mechanics, Scholastic, Vogue, McCalls and many others. Books are checked out for two weeks or for one day, just as the occasion and book called for demand. A penny-a-day fine is charged for overdue books. Now of course, you're convinced that the library is a popular place around B. H. S. PAPER STAFF First Row-Dorothy Gubbins, typist. Ruth Spenser, Walter Buswell, Jane Owens. Norma Ames, Bim Tumbleson, Gloria Welsh. Second Row-Miss Heetland, sponsor, Bill Carroll, Dorothy Forbes, Kenny John- ston, Catherine Forbes, Bob Real, Cath- erine Mowbray, Bob Boyd. Third Row-Clifford Miller, Bill Barton, Bob Seeds, Rosemary Breen, Jerry Hol- land, Beryl Coleman, Lois Ward. The paperstaff enlarged this year, and the one aim of the group was to have more and better news. History again repeated itself in the chang- ing of advisors, and Miss Heetland had charge of the B. H. S. Highlights. ' A few more appointments were added to those which were previously made, and the reporters filled these positions through- out the term. In November a Thanksgiving Party was held. It consisted of a covered dish dinner followed by a program. It was held in the gymnasium, and of course, everyone en- joyed himself. Each Friday, the assignments of stories were made and posted, and the news items were submitted to Miss Heetland on Mon- day. After being copy-read, they were sent to press, and appeared in the Bradford Re- publican on Wednesday. We succeeded in securing pins, and each member who received one was greatly pleased. We are very greatful to Mr. Breen for his co-operation in giving us an opportunity to publish the B. H. S. Highlights in the Republican each week.

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Dramatic Club V First Row-Murray Tumbleson Jim Perkins, Isobel Burwell, Georgia Pearl Tucker, Eldora Thomas, Gertrude Swearingen, Sarah Louise Ault, Bill Barton, Everett Mof- fitt, Heyle Taylor, Miss Heetland, sponsor. Second Row-Christine Neilson, Lillian Webber, Camilla Kelly, Helen Alexander, Rob- erta Craig. Carol Velde, Juanita Quinn, Holton Rosenquist, Mark Turner, Celestine Barnes, Marjorie Clausen, Cecile Ames, Ruth Nelson, Sylvia Rouse, Cleo Manning. Third Row-Ed Mowbray, Bob Seeds, Ernest Linden, Dick Herder, Norma Ames, Rose- mary Breen, Nell Curran, Nina Beeney, Frances Reed, Jeanne Oakes, Virginia Wolfe, Margaret Hewitt, James Mitchell, Donald Scott. Fourth Row'-Berniece Cade, Alice Green, Beryl Coleman, Clifford Renner, Keland Wright, Robert Hayden, Dick Webber, Bud Jones, Tommy Mowbray, John Hannon, Bim Tumbleson, Gayle Ames, Evelyn Swearingen. Fifth Row-Arlene Jackson, Helen Phelps, Virginia Reed, Gloria Welsh, Ruth Spenser. Rita Mitchell, Bob Real, Les Welsh, Catherine Mowbray, Ardis Talbert, Catherine Forbes, Lois Gubbins, Josephine Murphy. Sixth Row-Warren Hallock, Frank Carroll, Glen loder, Dan McKean, Donald Wright, John Howes, Bill Code, Lynn Velde, Dick Nelson, Clifford Miller, Jerry Holland, Alfred Wolfe, Clair Giltner. Seventh Row--Dorothy Garrison, Jean Bogner, Betty Jurgenson, Cleo Kopp, Hannah Capperrune, Darlene Forbes, Charlotte Dunbar, Helen Blaisdell, Fern Tumbleson, Veronica Murphy, Jane Owens. Gertrude Briggs, Genevieve Hall. Eighth Row-Johr McKean, Bob Stotler, Eugene Piper, Bob Boyd, Bert Hickey, Bill Carroll, Bernard Murphy, Bill Harney, Donald Renner, Joe McKean, Jack Bogner. Merlin Clausen, Kenny Johnston. President, Clair Giltner. Vice President, Joe McKean. Secretary, Norma Ames. Treasurer, Gloria Welsh. "The Show Must Go On" might be a good motto for the dramatic club of this year. Members of this large club have furnished entertainment for the club itself and the general public. Two long plays, "Big Heart- ed Herbert," and "Night of January 16th" played to capacity houses. "Little Prison." done by an all-girl cast was produced in the assembly for the carnival and "The Brink of Silence," with four boys in the cast, was used for the contest play. Sever- al pep stunts, written and produced by the members of the club, added interest and zest to pep meetings throughout the year. In spite of illness which necessitated re- casting twice during production the high school actors proved with success that the show must go on. It is the aim of the club to give opportunity for acting, plav writing. student directing and stage-craft work. Co- operation of all members made the year successful.

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