Bradford High School - Bradonian Yearbook (Bradford, IL)

 - Class of 1939

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'2n1i, .11 ,,w'V' 1 .1 11 ' 11 -f12f1f' 7 1121,1ga 1 " 3 " INTRODUCTION This arched doorway represents "OD- portunity" to all the boys and girls of the Bradford Community. The citizens of the district, through the Board of Education, provide a healthy, wholesome, enjoyable and worthwhile environment for four years. The faculty strive to make the time spent in high school remembered as the mos: enjoyable of a life time. We hope that you enjoy this panoramic parade of our high school as much as we have enjoyed pre- senting it to you. So if you want to live four happy and profitable years enter Bradford High School with the class of '43, Uol. 8 No. 8 Bradford, llIinois may 1959 Published annua11y by the students of the Bradford Township High School, Bradford, BOARD OF EDUCATION Front Row-left to right-F. C. Quinn, R. L. Breen, Presidentg G. A. Marsh. Back Row--left to right-L. D. Ioder, .Sec.g Dr. J. E. Scholes, J. E. Noyes, Henry Cohrs. Bradford Cfownship High School DOROTHY GUBBINS R. C. EDMUNDSON, M. A. University of Iowa PRINCIPAL SALLIE VANZANT, M. A. Secretary University of Kentucky 3 ASST. PRINCIPAL .., FRANCIS G. CLARK, B. S. University of Illinois VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURAL INSTRUCTOR THE BRADFORD HORSE SHOW, 1938 An organization which owes most of its success to F. G-. Clark, who has been an active President for several years. 4 In dedicating this annual to Mr. Clark the student council feel that they are dedi- cating it to the most popular member of the high school faculty. Mr. Clark has taught Vocational Agriculture in the Brad- ford High School for ten years and has al- ways been very popular with the students and faculty. His genial smile and amiable nature attract the bashful freshmen for friendly adviceg his quiet manner and sound judgment command respect of the upper classmang his cheerful manner and good nature make him popular among the faculty membersg and his willingness to assist anyone in the community or to devote his time to community projects mark him as a civic leader. Mr. Clark and the Bradford Horse Show are synonymous terms. He has serv- ed as its president since its beginning in 1934 and has been instrumental in its de- velopment. Although the weather man has been rather stingy with good weather Mr. Clark did not allow this to interfere with the program. Everyone who attends the show is well satisfied with it's management and each year the show increases in size. Aside from this Mr. Clark is popular in other community a-ctivities being Worship- ful Master of the Masonic Lodge, and past president of the Community Club. So it is with great pleasure that the Student Coun- cil dedicate this year's Bradonian to the good fellow and teacher, Mr. Francis Clark. Student Council First Row-left to right-Lynn Velde, Wilma Sellers, Tom Landes, President: Charlotte Dunbar, Secretary: Mr. Edmundson. Second Row-Dick Owens, Lucille Ryan, John Howes, Earnest Linden, Cecile Ames. The organization at Bradford High School which has charge of all extra curricular activities is the Student Council. Every year many new ideas are introduced by this organization to make Bradford High School a more interesting place to attend. A few of the functions that the Student Council sponsor are the Annual Homecom- ing, Carnival and Big Brother and Sister day. The Carnival proved to be a. tremen- dous success this year, many new booths were introduced and a very good free per- formance was given. The Student Council solicited the local business men for prizes for a carnival drawing and the business men contributed very generously giving sixty-five prizes in all. These prizes ranged all the way from 31.50 in cash to a chicken. Ticket were made and chances sold on this drawing and it proved to be 9, money making scheme. Different members of the Student Council also supervised a, car par- ade before the Homecoming game and many prizes were given for the best floats. Be- tween the halt a bicycle parade was staged and many students participated. The main feature of the evening was the election of the Carnival Oueen and the King. It proved to be one of the most hotly contested elect- ions ever held and Norma Ames Seniors finally won. Big Brother and Sister day is always heralded by the Student Council members for they are allowed to use the teachers cars and visit all the country schools and personally invite the eighth grade students to attend school for a day. About eighty-five students attended last year and all acted as if they h'ad received a good sampling of high school life. This year the Student Council joined the State Student Council Association and at- tended the district meeting held at Delavan. Here the different members took part in panel discussions such as School Spirit and Morale, Honor Study Halls, Pep meetings. and School Spirit. They also heard talks on successful projects other Student Coun- cils had sponsored. Tom Landes gave a three minute talk on Big Brother and Sis- ter day. At night all the members and Mr. Edmundson attended a banquet and heard a very interesting speaker. On March 31 and April 1 the Student Council also attended the State convention held at Peoria. Schools from all over the state were represented at this meeting and Bradford was proud to be one of them. This meeting was similiar to the one held at Delavan. Tom Landes, Student Council President, and Lynn Velde, a member, were chosen by the Bradford Community Club and Amer- ican Legion Post to attend the Premier Boy's State at Springfield. JANE OWENS Class Pres. 1215 Sec. 11-3-415 Librarian 1215 All County Band 12-315 Declamatory 13-415 Op- eretta 11-315 All School Play 12-3-415 Contest Play 12-15 Pa- per Staff Editor 12 3-415 Maga- zine Editor 1415 G, A. A. 141: Typing Team 13-415 Shorthand Team 13-415 Glee Club 11-2-3-415 Mixed Chorus 1415 Verse Choir 13-415 Band 11-2-3-41. FRANCES REED Dramatic Club 11-315 Home Ec. Club 12415 Librarian 1415 De- clamatory, Serious 1315 Book- keeping contest 141. RUTH SPENCER G. A. A. 1115 Glee Club 11-2-3-415 Dramatic Club 13-415 Orange and Black Masquers 13-41.5 Operetta 1315 Carnival Play 1315 All School Plays 12-3-415 Librarian 1315 Verse Choir 1315 Paper Staff 1315 Verse Reading in Declams 12-31. KEITH SWEARINGJEN Glee Club 1115 Operetta 1115 Dramatic Club 1315 Manager Football 1315 Manager Basket- ball 141. ARDIS TALBERT Band 11-2-3-415 Glee Club 1315 Operetta. 1315 Home Ec. Club 11-2-3-415 Paper Staff 1415 Mag- azine Staff 1415 Dramatic Club 1415 G. A. A. 1415 Verse Choir 1315 Clarinet -Soloist 13-415 Clarinet Quartette 1315 Typing Team 13-41. CThc Seniors 6 LYNN VELDE Track 1415 Football 11-3-415 Basket-ball 11-3-415 All School Play 12-315 Contest Play 12-315 Band 11-215 Carnival King 1215 Glee Club 11-2-315 Public Speak- ing 1315 Student -Council 1415 Dramatic Club 11-2-3-415 Black Masquers 13-41. LOIS WARD Dramatic Club 11-2-415 G. A. A. 11-415 Home Ec. Club 1215 Paper Staff 12-315 Girls Chorus 12-3-415 Verse Choir 1315 Band Soloist 13-415 Brass Quartet 1415 A11 County Chorus 1215 Band 1115 Typing Contest 1315 All School Play 1415 Band 11-2- 3-41. GLORIA WELSH Dramatic Club 11-2-3-415 Home Economics Club 1215 Glee Club 12-3-415 All School Plays 11-2-3-415 Soprano Soloist 13-415 Declams, County and Cham- palgn1215 All State Chorus 1415 Paper Staff 12-3-415 Maga- zine Staff 1415 Orange and Black Masquers 13-415 Verse Choir 1315 Mixed Chorus 1415 County Chorus 1315 Librarian 13-415 G. A. A. 1-2-4, Pres. 415 Band 11-41. GYNETH WHISKER Home Ec. Club 11-3-415 Dra- matic Club 1215 Girls Basket- ball 121. CAMILLE KELLY Home Ec. Club 2 ' Student 1 1, Council 12-313 Cheerleader 12-3- 413 G. A. A. 1415 Dramatic Club 11-2-3-413 Orange and Black Masquers 13-41g All School Play 1142-31: Carnival Play 13-41: Declamatory Work 11-2-315 Girls Basketball , Team 1215 Verse Choir 131, TOM LANDES Football 11-2-413 Basketball 11-2- 3-415 Track 111g Vice Pres. of class 1215 Dramatic Club 121: Student Counc-il 13-415 Pres. of Student Council 1413 Class Pres. 1415 Librarian 121: Com- mercial Contest 141. MAR GARET MALAMPHY Home Ec. Club 11-2-3-413 Short- hand contest 131. M. CATHERINE MOWBRAY Band 11-2 -3-415 Glee Club 11-3-413 Operetta 11-313 Dram- 'atic Club 11-2-3-413 Carnival Play 13-413 G. A. A. 11-2-41: Paper Staff 12-3-413 Magazine Staff 1413 Orange and Black Masquers 13-413 Declamatory 11-215 All School Play 1215 Director 141. BERNARD MURPHY Football 11-2-3-41g F, F. A. 11-2-3-41g Secretary of F. F. A. 1313 Vice President F. F. A. 141: F. F. A. Basketball 11-2-3-41g Capt. 1415 F. F. A. Judging team 11-2-415 Track 1413 Dramatic Club 11-315 Carnival Play 1215 Verse Choir 131. CThc Seniors 1, 1 Jw it sew- "H 1 v 1 193' Z4 Six' V J: Us 'Y ., . .. Q, .955 . iii., :fb--.f1,. fi -- fff.,51if.v ii- , na slits We .- .- , fi... ...asf W - 1zt?5l'- 2-fl -. 'i' M if 1 ' iq! Afiiillgif' f Qee jtvgljf K W,..ii?ii.-iii wmfw. .41-fiffbbi " , . , f 1- 9-. ,ev ug. ' an s' .,-. 4. ' ' 7 ED MURPHY Football 13-413 F. F. A. 13-413 Track 13-415 F. F. A. Judging Te-am 13-415 Glee Club 13-41. MARCELLA MCLANE Home Ec. Club 11-2-3-413 Bas- ketball 11-2-31g Verse Reading Choir 131. MARY DOROTHY MCLANE Verse Choir 131: Home Ec. Club 11-2-3 415 Vice Pres. class 1312 Carnival- Queen 1213 District and County Shorthand contest 131. DICK NELSON Football 11-2-3-415 Track 12. Manager 1415 Dramatic Club 11- 2,31g Basketball MEP. 131. JEAN OAICES . G. A. A. 11-2-413 Dramatic Club 11-2-315 Glee Club 11-215 Band 11-213 Home Economics 141: Christmas Play. SHIRLEY CLAUSEN Dramatic Club 1115 Home Ee. Club 12-3-412 G. A. A. 1415 Shorthand Team 13-415 Book- keeping team 1315 Librarian 1315 Home Room Class Pres- ident 131. BERYL COLEMAN Dramatic Club 11-2-312 Orange and Black Masquers 131: Paper Staff 12-31 Band 11-215 Glee Clubs 11-2-3-415 County Chorus 1215 Football Mgr. 1415 F. F. A. 1.2-3-41, Treas. 131, Sec. 1415 F. F. A. Poultry Judging Team 13-419 All School Plays 131. CHARLOTTE DUNBAR Home Ec. Club 11-2-3-415 Sec. of Home Ee. Club 1215 Vice Pres. Home Ec. Club 1313 Pres- ident Home Ec. 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A. 11-415 Librarian 1315 Girls' Basketball Team 11-2 -3-41 5 Newspaper Staff 11-2-3-415 Magazine Staff 1415 All School Plays 12-3 415 The Masque-rs 13-4, Pres. 415 Sec.-Treas. Dramatic Club 1315 County Chorus 1315 Typing Team 1315 Carnival Queen 141. VERGIL BATES Attended school at Tiskilwa 11-2 315 Band11-2-3-415 Glee Club 12-3-415 Mixed Chorus 12- 3415 Basketball 11-2-315 Oper- etta 12-315 Plays, "Ready Made Farnily"5 F. F. A, 11-2-3-415 F. F. A. Judging team 11-315 F. F. A. Basketball 141. HERBERT BAYER F. F. A. 11-2-3-415 F. F. A. Judg- ing team 11-2-3-415 F. F. A. Speaking 13-415 F. F. A. Basket- ball 13-415 Football 13-415 Track Letterman 12-3 415 Basketball 1315 Dramatic Club 12-315 Glee Club 13-415 Boy's Quartette 131g Operetta 1315 Glee Club Treas- urer 131. NINA BEEN EY Student Librarian 12-3-415 Car- nival Play 12-315 Student Di- rector of Carnival Play 1415 Dramatic Club 12-3-415 Glee Club,1315 G. A. A. 11-415 Orange and Black Masquers 13-415 Girls Basketball team, Capt. 11-2-412 Public Speaking 1315 Home Ee. Club 141. CT'hc Seniors E52lf'si34122il54l5f'ff'i5l3QffWwm -Sli 5 Messgrilitfiftii'A .5 1153. f15r5,ffgg,g:3flg3?kQff-i' , f1ii.?lfgg?2g?35gr1f51 -. . - 1 '51Q'ii',E4,?Q fry, 'glgin l 3-' I n 'il25.fE15l"El??.??5l1- A -3,15-t1.if'ff:ffgif . 5 1 ' 'ff 'Z' in 1, , Orf f' .51 A ' 1- git? A ,3 - -eq, , .. ,L , 1 1. 015 4 sltepsgsgfsm In - , - -L fi lr' Tilt 'f ' ii... isf??fEg1ff" be-. 1 ' , 5 , 1 11" . 2 1 -A 22113333 - . Wglflll S. , . A amazes.. 'zz Q, 1.5-'19 al- ,iffy .1 3555312515115 f2sz,aC,.....?F. "A35,.-s!is4jr- ' 4,4 if ' K--lm ! V ffm si l ge if ,gs 'lil HELEN BLAISDELL Dramatic Club 11-2-3-415 Home Ec. Club 11-415 G. A. A. 11-41: Glee Club 1315 Girls Basketball team 11-2-3-415 Declams 11-215 Student Director of Carnival Play 141. BOB BOYD Glee Club 11-2415 Band 11-2-3-415 Humorous Declamation 1215 Magazine Staff 1415 Trombone Quartette 1415 Soloist 11-2-3-415 National Marimba Champion 13-41 5 National Trombone Champion 12-3-415 Class Pres- ident 1115 Football 11-2-3-413 Track 11-215 Dramatic Club 11-2-315 Typing Contestant 141: All School Play 1315 All State Orchestra 12-3-415 All County Band 12-3-415 Student Conduct- or 1Band1 1415 Bass Vocal Soloist 1415 Paper Staff 12-3-415 Quartette 1Vocal1 12-415 State Marimba Champion 11-2 -3-415 St'ate Trombone Champion 11-2- 3-41. W. E. BUSWELL Band 11-23-415 Glee Club 1115 F. F. A. 1115 Judging 11-215 State Judging Team 1215 Ex- temporaneous Speaking Con- test 12-415 Paper Staff 12-3-415 Associate Editor 12-315 Star Courier Sports 1415 Magazine Staff 1415 Trombone Quartet Contest 1415 Solo Contest 1415 All School Play 13-415 Carnival Play 141. BILL CARROLL Band 11-2-3-415 Glee Club 11-3- 415 Baritone Soloist 13-415 Dramatic Club 12-3-415 Vice Pres. 1415 All School Plays 12-3-415 Carnival Play 1415 Paper Staff 1315 Operetta 131. BILL CODE Football 11-2-3-41, Capt. 1415 Basketball 11-2-3-41, Co-Capt. 1415 Track 11-2-3-415 F. F. A. 12 3-415 Vice Pres. F. F. A. 1315 Treasurer F. F. A. 1415 Carnival King 1315 Dramatic Club 11-2-3- 415 Orange and Black Masquers 13-415 All School Plays 11-2-3-41: Glee Club 1315 Vice Pres. Class 15415 Paper Staff 1415 Operetta 1 . Junior Class ii Row One-left to right-Miss Grantham, advisor: Edna Bachman, Helen Alexander, Shirley Horack, Sylvia Rouse, Mr. Garrison, Advisor. Row Two-Everett Moffitt, Paul Hickey, Wilbur Fate, Bob Real, Lester Lackie, Wil- rord Farley, Isobel Burwell. Row Three-Ruth Wall, Frances Schneman, Wilma Sellers, Lorraine Wilt, Darlene Lauclenburg, Margaret Hewitt, Rosemary Breen. Row Four-Clifford Renner, Spencer Landes, Francis Farley, John Blaisdell, Donald Wright Les Welsh, Donald Renner. Row Five-Evelyn Swearingen, Dorothy Garrison, Bernadine Bomleny, Ferne Tnmbleson, Marian Ioder, Virginia Reed. Row Six-Charles Bell, Forrest Champion, Gerald Holland, Donald Renner, John Howes, John McKean, Glen Thomas. Again this year the Junior class has been a jolly group. Many of its members were represented in athletic events, plays and various social activities. In our organization meeting under the sponsorship 'of Miss Grantham and Mr. Gar- rison the following officers were elected: Clifford Miller, President. Lorraine Wilt, Vice President. Rosemary Breen, Secretary-Treasurer Wilma Sellers, John Howes, Student Council. In the Homecoming Parade on November 11, we Juniors were very happy because we won first prize of 87.50 on our float. "The Last of the Mohicansl' That night, our qneen candidate, Lorraine Wilt, gave the winner a pretty close race and placed second. The Junior girls sponsored the Dance Hall and the boys made their share of the money on the "Ball and Chain" and "Nail Driving" booths. A In the first all-school play "The Clean Up,,' John Howes and Gerald Holland did their part for the class. "The Lucky Star" cast found Les Welsh and Rosemary Breen as 1-onresentatives of the Juniors. John McKean, Spencer Landes, Les Welsh. Bob Real and Clifford Miller were football lettermen and Spencer was elect- ed captain for 1939. Bob Real, John Howes. John McKean, Spencer Landes and Les Welsh played on the baksetball teams. An all-school Valentine party was spon- sored by the Juniors at which the games, entertainment and refreshments were in keeping with Dan Cupid's day of days. In the contest work in the Spring Dorothy Garrison was chosen as alto soloist and Rosemary Breen as piano soloist. Isobel Burwell spoke humorous at the Blackhawk conference and Rosemary spoke dramatic- In the commercial contests the following represented first year classes: Shorthand-Ferne Tnmbleson, Rosemary Breen and Frances Schneman. Typing-Sylvia Rouse, Edna Bachman, Virginia Reed, Gerald Holland, Spencer Landes. Bookkeeping-Lorraine Wilt. The Juniors worked hard all year selling candy, sponsoring cake walks, plays and many other activities in order to make money to give a formal banquet for the Seniors. The girls looked forward to this big event because they donned formals for the first time, wore gay corsages, and were escorted bv their best boy friends. The banquet was served by the Pa.rent-Teach- ers' Association and entertainment and dancing followed. l Y Sophomore Class 1 Row One-left to right-Miss Wass, advisory Eldora Thomas, Lillian Webber, Lola Mae Turner, Evelyn Craig, Jeanette Farley, Mr. Anderson, advisor. Row Two-Gertrude Swearingen, Dorothy Cinnamon, Warren Reed, Bill Barton, Mark Turner, Heyle Taylor, Georgia Tucker, Sara Louise Ault. Row Three-Juanita Quinn, Ruth Nelson, Bob Seeds, Bob Hallock, Tommy Mowbray, Earnest Linden, Cecile Ames, Carol Velde. Row 4-'Marjorie Clausen, Roberta Craig, Gayle Ames, Leona Bomleny, Dorothy Forbes, Cleo Kopp, Arlene Liggett, Helen Phelps, Virginia Wolfe. Row Five-Charles Bornsheuer, James Mitchell, Holton Rosenquist, Bob Perkins, Har- old Holler, Leland Wright, Richard Herder, Donald Scott. Row Six-Donald Towne, Ed Mowbray, Dan McKean, Bill Harney. William Wright, Glenn Ioder, Robert Hayden, Leo Fuertges, John Hannon. This year's sophomores proved that the old saying, "You can tell a sophomore, but vou can't tell him much," does not always hold true. This year we are very proud of our splendid showing on the honor roll. At the beginning of the first semester, the following officers were elected: Cleo Kopp, presidentg Helen Phelps, vice presidentg Bob Seeds, secretary-treasurerg Cecile Ames, Ernest Linden, Student Coun- cil. The sophomore class did its part in help- ing to make the Carnival another big suc cess. Carol Velde and Ernest Linden were the candidates for Queen and King. The All-School Christmas party was sponsored by our class. The first part of the evening was spent in playing games and dancing. The highlight of the party was the arrival of none other than Santa to tell us of his "Second Marriage." Be- lieve it or not, he also read us some letters that he had received from various students and teachers, telling him what they want- ed for Christmas. Last but not least, came the distribution of the gifts, candies and fruits. Even high school students think Christmas is incomplete without a Santa Claus. The sophomore boys made a fine show- ing in athletics this year. The reserve bas- ketball team was made up almost entire- ly of our sophomore boys. This included the following: Dan McKean, Jack Hannon, Dick Herder, Bob Perkins, and Billy Bar- ton. The former boys were on the football team, and also, Tom Mowbray, Eddie Mow- bray, Leland Wright, and Hyle Taylor. Al- though we had no outstanding athletes this year, we expect them to really "go to town" in the next two years. In fact this holds true for the entire class. Keep your eye on this class for scholarship, athletics and activities. F rcshmczn Class -any 197 Row One-lfrom left to rightl-4Miss Bischoff, Advisory Lucille H-anchett, Jimmie Maupin, Jimmy Craig, Mr. Wilcox, Advisor. Row Two-Eleanor Field, Shirley Towne, Arlene Linden, Lucille Ryan, Wilma Ames. Row Three-Billie Finnegan, Dick Owens, Donald Hickey, Jack Curran, LaVerne Scott, J immie P'erkins. Row Four-Darlene Linden, Helen Wolfe, Betty Kopp, Louise Kelly, Donna Genzel. Row Five-Gene Adkins, Harold Scott, Dick Heinzmann, Bob Wright, Raymond Peters, Phil Harney. The class officers of the Freshman class were elected at the first class meeting. They were: President, Phil Harneyg Vice President, Dick Heinzmanng Secretary- Treasurer, James Mauping. The Student Council members are Lucille Ryan and Dick Owens. The Freshman class advisors are Miss Bischoff and Mr. Wilcox. There were twenty-eight members of our class at the beginning of the year. Hazel and Jack Purvis moved from Bradford at the end of the first semester. This year the freshmen have the privil- ege of having a Freshman Glee Club. This is the first year we have had the opportun- ity of having a separate club. We meet twice each week. We feel that we have made good progress in our singing. Miss Bischoff was our conductor This year the freshman candidates for the Carnival King and Queen were Lucille Ryan and Dick Heinzmann. We had two booths for our class. The girls had the Col- umbus Game and the boys had "Spill the Milk." The freshman boys made a good show- ing at the turn out for athletics. Ten boys out of fourteen went out for football and basketball. Dick Heinzmann, Phil Harney and Bob Wright played with the second team in football. Sometimes Jim Maupin and Dick Owens got to help hold back the opponents. During the basketball season the fresh- man team won most of their games. The genuine interest of these boys helped con- siderably to overcome the handicap of their sm'all statures. James Maupin was chosen for the cast of "Lucky Star." We also have a, Freshman Dramatic club which meets once 3 week. We practice dramatic and speech fundamentals and work on some one-act plays. Miss Wass is our instructor. James Maupin and Lucille Ryan have appeared on the honor roll throughout the entire year. At some of our class meetings we had performances for the purpose of teaching us manners. We used as 9, text-book "Man- ners For Moderne." Committees were ap- pointed to act out the correct way of set- ting 'a table, introducing guests, eating at formal banquets and every day acts of cour- tes . 'lqhe enthusiasm and cooperation of this class was shown when the class entertain- ed the school with an Easter party the lat- ter part of March. Our Library Seated at tables-left to right-Gloria Welsh, Virginia Reed, Frances Reed. Standing-Nina Beeney, Cleo Kopp, Isabel Burwell, Spencer Landes, Miss Vanzant- seated at desk-Lola Mae Turner. Bradford High's treasure house of wis- dom ts one of the most popular rooms in the building. Yes, it is popular for more than one reason. Why shou.ldn't a library with almost five thousand books with gay- colored bindings be a pleasant place to spend your leisure time? We like to linger here not only for our interest in books but also for seeking pleasure when no teacher is persent. The student libarians are al- ways near to help us find what we want and see that our voices are gentle and low. If y0u are a student of English, you will not find it necessary to buy text books as there are about thirty-five sets to be stu- died in classrooms. If you are looking for a book to read "just for fun," there are several hundred on the shelves. If you wish to delve into the past, you will find rows and rows of history, science, and English reference books. If you are interested in household arts, your wants will be satis- fied by the home economics library. If you aspire to be a farmer, you can find out al- most anything you wish to know from the several hundred books .in the agriculture room. If you have gone through these thou- sands of books and have not found the de- sired information, you may try the World Book or any of the other four sets of en- cyclopedias. If you are a poor speller or if a new word 'stumps" you, there are many dictionaries which you may consult. The school also subscribes to some forty magazines which come weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly. For pleasure you may read such as The Saturday Evening Post, Col- liers. and Life. For those who like to keep up with what is going on in the world, there are the Readers' Digest, Time, or Scholastic. For the latest fashions, con- sult McCall's, Pictorial Review, and The Ladies' Home Journal. If your mind runs toward science, read Popular Mechanics and Popular Science. Then, there are many farm magazines for those who like the country. The life of a librarian is not as smooth sailing as it may seem. Just try to keep tab on several hundred books which are in circulation all of the time and see what a task it is. Reference books are checked out for one night only and all others for a period of two weeks. The penny-a-day fines which are imposed on the careless and the forgetful ones help to buy many supplies which are needed. We feel sure that no small school has a better library than we have and it we make use of all these books and magazines is there any reason why we shouldn't be well-informed? Speech and Dramatic MISS VERAGRACE WASS, B. A. DePauw University ENGLISH AND SPEECH ILLINOIS SPEECH LEAGUE The Iliinois High School Speech League is an organization conducting state-wide inter-scholastic contests and festivals in debating, dramatics, original oration, ex- tempore speaking, verse reading, comedy reaning, oratorical declamation, and ser- ious reading. This League has been the outgrowth of a desire on the part of high school teachers of speech to improve the speech program tor high schools in the state of Illinois. The representatives last year for the sub district were as follows: Holton Ros- enquist, humorous: Rosemary Breen, dra- matic: Ruth Spencer, verse: Mark Turner, Uratory In the county contest at Toulon Rose mary Breen placed first in dramatic and Jane Owens second in humorous. This Year the Blackhawk Conference added a new department to its list. ln March the extempore and oratory division was held at Bradford and the humorous and dramatic at Galva. .1. LUCKY STAR CAST The cast of "Lucky Star' was as follows: Augie Hammer, Jim Maupin: Gram, Ruth Spencer: Ed Hammer, Walter Buswell: Annie, Rosemary Breen: Lloyd, Les Welsh: Rosemary, Gloria Welsh: Mrs. Hurst, Jane Owens: George Brumby, Bill Code. 1938 CONTEST WINNERS First Row-left to right-Rosemary Breen Jerry Holland. Jane Owens. Second Row-Virginia Reed. Mark Tur- ner, Ruth Spencer. Dramatic Club mi First Row-left to right-Miss Wass, instructor: Norma Ames, Lois Ward, Helen Alex- ander, Isabel Burwell. Second Row--Camille Kelly, Ruth Spencer, Virginia Reed, Nina Beeney, Rosemary Breen. Third Row-Donald Springer, Bob Seeds. Bob Real. Les Welsh, Bill Barton. Fourth Row- Gloria Welsh, Helen Blaisdell, Ferne Tumbleson, Mary Catherine Mow- bray, Jane Owens. Fifth Row-Bill Code, Walter Buswell, Bill Carroll, Jerry Holland, John Howes, Lynn Velde. DRAMATIC CLUB The Orange and Black Masquers Club was changed this year. Membership was acquired by trying-out, and the more dra- matic type, those who were capable of car- rying parts, were chosen. However the Masquers of last year automatically be- came members. This reduced the club membership a great deal and made the club stronger and more easily managed. Miss Wass, our new English and Speech instructor. proved an efficient and capable advisor for the club, With the cooperation of the members she was able to present three exceptionally fine plays, all of which were comedies. "Who Gets the Car To- night" was the Carnival Play which is giv- en each year in the assembly. The other two plays were three acts, the first, "The Clean-Up," the second, "Lucky Star." Of course, the club had social activities as well as other obligations to meet. The "hamburger fry with onions" is something which can not be easily forgotten. The following officers were chosen: President. Norma Ames. Vice President, Bill Carroll. Secretary, Jane Owens. CAST OF THE "CLEAN UP" First Row-seated-left to right-Jerry Holland, Bill Carroll, Norma Ames, Jane Owens, Lois Ward, Ruth Spencer, Gloria Welsh. Standing-left to right-Walter Buswell, John Howes, Mary Catherine Mowbray. PAPER STAFF First Row-left to right-Miss Was-s, ad- visor: LGS Welsh, Jane Owens, Gloria Welsh, Kenny Johnston, Norma Ames. Second Row-June Enos, Ardis Talbert, B111 Cod-G. Bob Seed-s, Bob Real, Mary Catherine Mowbray. Walter Buswell, Dorothy Forbes. Betty Kopp, Bob Boyd, Rosemary Breen. l HIGHLIGHTS STAFF Every Wednesday after school the post- office is filled to capacity with B. H. S. students waiting to get the "Republican", so tney can read the "Highlights" Indeed, history does follow repetition. For the last four years, the paper staff has constantly changed advisors. They think that this is a very good idea as it furnish- Bd new inspiration and ideas. Our advisor this year, Miss Wass, really knows her stuff" as she used to spend her spare time working on a. college paper. For several years members of the staff have been attempting to select pins for this organization, but to no avail. This year, much to the surprise of everyone, a pin was chosen, voted upon, and ordered. Now these individuals proudly display their "press" pins, and regard them as pins of recognition. In the fall the paper staff enjoyed a pot luck supper with all the trimmings. Food fills a cavity which literary works fail to reach. Weekly meetings of the staff are held every Monday at which the pupils discuss assignments, possibilities for improvement. and write stories. The staff owes thanks to Miss Wass, their advisor, for her fine work and also to Mr. Breen, who gives us an opportunity to pub- lish our news each week in the Republican. MAGAZINE STAFF Front Row-left to right-Miss Wass, ad- visor, Les Welsh, Jane Owens, Gloria Welsh, Norma Ames. Second Row-Rosemary Breen, Bob Boyd, Shirley Clausen, Bob Real, Mary Cather- ine Mowbray, Walter Buswell, Ardis Tal- bert, June Enos. "TH E BFlADETTE" "What! Something new?" you ask. Yes, something definitely new. The idea is an old one, but never before could we tind anyone with the 'umph to undertake such a grueling task, but '38 brought Miss Wass with the 'umpn and ideas. Before long. a school magazine, christened the "Bradette" by Marion Ioder was put up to the public for approval. Before this time the thrill of selecting material, setting up copy, cutting stencils, operating the mimeograph, stapling, and distributing a magazine was unknown to us. We are always open for suggestions and say to you: If you have a bit of news, Hand it ing Or a joke that will amuse Hand it in, Never mind about the style If the news is worth the while, It may help or cause a smile, Hand it in. With a dash of humor from Boyd, a touch of seriousness from Owens, and slight criticisms from Miss Wass and plen- ty of snappy stories from the reD01'tG1'S- the "Bradette" is a first attempt, and a very good one, towards a school magazine. We won't be so narrow minded as to say that there's no room for improvement, but if Omega is as successful as Alpha, we rate you four stars, Bradette! CT hc School Band First Row-left to right-Gertrude Swearingen, Virginia Wolfe, Frank Herder, Gloria Welsh, Helen Howes, Ruth Nelson, Donna Jean Snell. Second Row-Billy Fuertges, Audrey Flo Tumbleson, June Enos, Ardis Talbert, Mary Catherine Mowbray, Bill Carroll, John Howes, Spencer Landes, HONOR Rosellqulst- Third Row-Lillian Webber, Virgil Bates, nm HarneY, Ferns Tumbleson, Dorothy Forbes, Gayle Ames, Dorothy Garrison, Rosemary Breen, Carol Hall. . Fourth Row-Lois Ward, Bob Boyd, Walter Buswell, Leroy Hapllef, Phyllis HHDHBF. Jane Owens, Bob Hallock. Bill Barton. Adding to their already excellent musician ship, the members of the Bradford 1-ligh School Band received very good looking uniforms. These suits have sweaters that are orange, b,ack trousers, and black caps oi the overseas type trimmed in orange. These new uniforms add very much to the appearance of the band, increasing their chances of getting much farther in the contest this year. The new conductor, Mr. Brown, of Peor- ia, has made great strides in the progress ot the band. With the addition of new in- struments, the tonal quality of the band is greatly improved, A joint concert was given in conjunction with the Tiskilwa. band and it was receiv- ed with great enthusiasm. The concert was given on a Sunday afternoon and was large- ly attended. It is very difficult for a band so small as the Bradford band to get very far in a con- test, for there are other bands who have a. larger instrumentation, and errors in playing aren't noticed as much. Owing to this difficulty, Mr. Brown has given a lot of time to the rehearsal of the band, and to the individual sections, adding to the virtousity of the musicians. The spirit of the parents and the town in general is very good. This is something that some bands do not have and the add- ed backing from all who boosted the band is greatly appreciated. W, G. BROWN, B. M. E. Illinois Wesleyan BAND INSTRUCTOR . A K K ,. .., ,,, :H W. U f its .. - , .gf it K - ,K E11 Y, .wfws51,1,,,,.,.p 1 if - . . - . . .322 at 1 f f- . - it 1, I-'i3fii'L.iE1f5li-.12-1... ' f' fail. gE'VFfi51l1lf1-xaif 5 if 7 ' ' ' ,. Fi? I .- 1 . 'N 1 1. l - x., . Q ab, 1, ' -sw'Q-:fq,zfzgl.....-so- L:,, ,,.L,: ,L -133.gif Effie. ligffi fffggs. im" w.5ify', - -f , im U ' 3 m5Q?5'!4.X, WJ, g 'ffiffilffii KY-4:2311 'vs' . west. 7 x M' 1' -25 ,:.:...,, ...gt MEDALS WON BY BOB BOYD During the year, different members of the band went to band clinics and other musicahevents. These had the effect of bmadelllllg the scope of the players who went to them, and made them better play- ers because of it. Theer are 34 members in the band. Most of these players graduated, making it hard to have a band "par excellent" next year, but Mr. Brown's excellent musicianship to- gether with his hard-working quality and his ability to get along with the students will make up for any definiciency in the number of players in the band, and they will forge ahead to even greater heights next year. If the axiom "Musicians are born and not made" is true the goddess of music must have waved her wand vigorously at the christening of one Master Robert Boyd of the Bradford High School. For. as mus- ical talent goes, it just bubbles over in him and finds expression in the miramba and trombone. But native ability left in a bar- ren environment does not thrive very well so Bob has his parents to thank for pro- viding him with the best of instruction to enable him to reach his peak of perfection. BOB BOYD With his Trombone.. Beginning in the third grade Bob strug- gled with a trombone. This instrument was so large that sometime you couldn'1g see the player for the instrument. But he kept practicing faithfully and at the age of eleven began taking private instruction and thoroughly mastered the fundamental techique of the instrument. At the age of thirteen he became interested in the Mir- amba. It seems that he had been saving some money to purchase a bicycle, but he and his father arrived at the prosposition if he would purchase a Miramba, he want- ed so much, that his father would finance the instruction. So the bicycle was sacri- ficed for the miramba. So proficient did he become on these two instruments that he won the district and state contests when he was in the seventh and eighth grades. When he reached high school he was plac- ed in the first division in the district con- tests, state contests, and national contests for four consecutive years. This achieve- ment has not been equaled by any other BOB BOYD At The Marimba. contestant in the history of the state and national contests. In addition to this recognition as a mus- ician he is a member of the Peoria Sym- phony Orchestrag has been a member of the all state orchestra for four years and in his senior vear was chosen as the first trombonist, and has been the outstanding member of the high school band for four years. Bob is just not a musical wizard. He is a good student in the class room and is especialy interested in some phase of en- gineering, possibly electrical. He was a member of the football and track teams during his junior and senior year in high school. So in conclusion We might say that Bob is a living example aS to what a stu- dent may profit by a. high school education. And that Bradford High School may be glad to have among its alumni such a me-m- ber as Bob. Highlights in the Music Organization. BAND SOLOISTS Better sections mean a better band so the band instructor encourages the indiv- idual members to compete in the soloist contests in their respective sections. June Enos and Bob Boyd placed in the contest. 5. First Row-left to right-June Enos, Ardis Talbert, Virginia Wolfe. Second Row-left to right-Lois Ward, Bob Boyd, Walter Buswell. Z1 DRUM MAJOR The drum major is the first member ot the band seen in parades. It is essential for this person to have grace, poise 'and vivacity. Each year at the fall band festiv- al at Peoria the drum majors of the various bands entered compete for prize. This year the honor was won by the drum major from Avon. BRASS QUARTET Quartet numbers add variety to a band program. The Bradford Band presented the brass quartet on several occasions in which they were well received. It is hoped in the future the band instructor will be able to increase the number of groups to compete in the contest. Left to Right-Lois Ward, Bob Boyd, Wal- ter Buswell, Bill Barton, l PIANO CONTESTANTS All soloist must have accompanists. ln order to stimulate interest in Piano the rules of the contest allow each school to have two of the accompanist compete among each other. Last year the school was represented by Rosemary Breen and Gertrude Swearingen. 5 5 June Enos Left to Right--Rosemary Breen, Bob Boyd, Gertrude Swearingen. Girls Chorus Seated-Rosemary Breen, Pianist. If -T- First Row-left to right-standing-Lois Ward, Miss Bischoff, Instructor. Second Row-Mabel Allen, Juanita Quinn, Mae Turner, Ferne Tumbleson, Dorothy Garrison, Jane Owens, Ruth Spencer. Third Row-Shirley Horack, Carol Velde, Ruth Nelson, Gloria, Welsh, Mary Catherine Mowbray, Helen Phelps. The Girls' Chorus this year was com- posed of eight first sopranos, four second sopranos, and six altos. The officers selected at the first meeting were: President, Jane Owens: Secretary, Gloria Welsh: Monitor, Lois Ward. Besides learning to appreciate the best music, we practiced breathing drills in or- der to acquire the breath control good sing- ers need. We also spent the first part of our rehearsals singing scales and arpeggios. This year we concentrated on harmony, vowels and breathing. The chorus appeared at a joint Band and Vocal concert held the first part of April. The numbers were "Morning" by Oley Speaks and "Were You There," Burleiglfs Negro spiritual Last year the chorus entered the Sub- District contest at Geneseo. The girls wore dresses of pastel shades of rose and blue. This year the choruses combined and entered the contest as a mixed chorus at Canton, The girls wore dark dresses with white collars and the boys wore dark suits with white shirts. The soloists last year were Gloria Welsh and Lois Gubbins who competed at Gen- eseo. Gloria Welsh, high: Jane Owens, med- ium: Dorothy Garrison, low, are our solo- ists for this year. Jane Owens, Fem Tumbleson and Dor- othy Garrison formed a trio. They sang "Mighty Lak a Rose" at the Jr. Sr. League meeting in January. Shirley Horack joined them to form a quartette. These groups appeared at the Band and Vocal concert. Under the capable supervision of Miss Bischoff and with Rosemary Breen as ac- companist, the girls all feel that the year was very educational and enjoyable. "7 " l1, eff y i i ,gf G ess .,., , fan as MISS JULIA BISCHOFF, B. E. Illinois Normal University MUSIC AND ENGLISH Boys Chorus ,cs f:-E, First Itow-left to right-Leo Fuertges, Miss Bischoff, Directory Gertrude Swearingen, Pianist: Virgil Bates. Second Row-Clifford Renner, Wilford Farley, Les Welsh, Beryl Coleman, Kenny Johnston. Third Row-John McKean, Bill Harney, Bill Carroll, Herbert Bayers, Bob Boyd, Jerry Holland, Torn Mowbray. Miss Julia Bischoff, director of vocal music for Bradford High School, got to- together fourteen healthy male voices for the purpose of entertaining the public. Out of this said group who rehearsed frequently in preparation of a contest which was held in the spring, four boys compris- ed the boys' quartette. It was composed of R. Boyd, B. Carrol, B, Harney and K. John- ston. This fine group of young musicians sang all year at different school and city social events. In collaboration' with the girls' quartette, the boys and girls made a "nonpareil" group of songsters. Last spring Lois Gubbins, Gloria Welsh, Warren Hallock and Bill Carroll Went to the sub-district contest in Geneseo. Bill Carroll received first place and went to DeKalb where he received second division rating in the District contest. This year the soloists are as follows: Soprano-Gloria Welsh. Second Soprano-Jane Owens. Contralto-Dorothy Garrison, Baritone-Bill Carroll. Bass--Bob Boyd. Gertrude Swearingen and Rosemary Breen are the ac-companists. Miss Swearingen was the accompanist for the organization. William Carrol and Robert Boyd enter- ed the solo contest in the spring. ALL STATE CHORUS Bill Harney and Gloria Welsh ,asv I6 SOLOISTS First Row-left to right-Gloria Welsh, Bill Carroll, Bob Boyd, Fern Tumbleson. Second Row-Shirley Horack, Dorothy Garrison, Mary Catherine Mowbray, Jane Owens. Mixed Chorus First Row-left to right-Miss Bischoff, Director, Lois Ward, Carol Velde, Ruth Nel- son, Mae Turner, Gertrude Swearingen. Second Row-Wilford Farley, Shirley Horack, Helen Phelps, Mabel Allen, Juanita Quinn, Tom Mowbray. Third Row-Clifford Renner. Leo Fuertges, Virgil Bates, Les Welsh, Beryl Coleman. Kenny Johnston. Fourth Row-Ruth Spencer, Jane Owens, Gloria Welsh, Ferne Tumbleson, Dorothy Garrison, Mary Catherine Mowbray. Fifth Row-John McKean, Bill Harney, Bill Carroll, Herbert Bayers, Bob Boyd, Jerry Holland. MIXED CHORUS The Mixed Chorus is composed of the combined Girls' and Boys' Chorus. There are seventeen girls and eighteen boys which forms a chorus of thirty-five members. We find that with our united voices we can sing the more famous compositions with the volume and interpretation they require. Sunday afternoon, March 19, the Mixed Chorus sang at the joint Band and Vocal Concert held in the Bradford gymnasium. The selections were our contest numbers. The District contest this year was held in Canton, Ill. The Mixed Chorus sang "Listen To The Lambs" by Dett and "Home- land" by Noble Cain. The chorus looked very neat in black and white. The girls wore black dresses with white colors and the boys wore black suits with white shirts. The business of the Mixed Chorus was handled separately in the individual chor- uses. We had no extra dues. Each member paid twenty cents a semester which en- titled him to membership in both the in- dividual and Mixed Chorus, Our first soc- ial gathering was a harvest party held in October. Gloria Welsh and Bill Harney represent- ed our chorus in the All-State Chorus at Champaign in November. Gertrude Swearingen was our able ac- companist and Miss Bischoff our conductor. THE OCTETTE The octette originated this year under the direction of Miss Bischoff. It is com- posed of the girls' and boys' quartette. We sang at community functions such as the Masonic meeting and the Juniorsenior League meeting. We appeared in the Vo- cal-Band concert in March and at other school affairs. DOUBLE QUARTETTE First Row-left to right-Miss Bischoff. director, Bob Boyd, Bill Carroll, Bill Harney, Gertrude Swearingen, pianist. Second Row-Shirley Horack, Dorothy Gar- rison, Fern Tumbleson, Jane Owens, Kenneth Johnston. Home Economics Department. Front To Back--seated-Gloria. Welsh, Gyneth Whiskers, June Enos, Ardis Talhert, Marian Fate, Mary Dorothy Mchane, Camille Kelly, Mary Catherine Mowbray, Char- lotte Dunbar, Norma Ames, Frances Reed. Front to Back-standing-Shirley Clausen, Nina Beeney, Mabel Allen, Marcella, Mc- Lane, Mary Jarman, Margaret Malamphy, Betty Jurgenson, Jeanne Oakes, Miss Grantham, Instructor. During the unit, "The Well-Fed Family," the Senior Home Economics Class have given a series of demonstrations of new and interesting recipes. The girls in charge of the demonstration as pictured are: Ma- bel Allen. Nina Beeney, Marcella McLane and Shirley Clausen. Other members of the -class are taking notes for class dis- cussion. Bradford Township High School is most fortunate in being one of the first in the state to have a complete four year com- posite course in home economics. A com- posite course is a combination of various units which will help students with their present and future problems of living with a special objective of fitting the work to the needs of the students rather than fol- lowing any special phase of home econom- ics. Miss Grantham, our instructor. is to he thanked for this progressive condition in the high school. She attended summer school in order to be better prepared to present these units to the high school stu- dents. After a visit to our high school, the state supervisor of home economics was so well pleased with the course as taught in the high school that she invited Miss Grantham to serve on the state committee that was working out a survey of that course of study in the unit method of home economics. We feel that the school should be proud of having its faculty member serve such an important committee. The Board of Education recently pur- chased two new electric stoves and a large refrigerator. This equipment has been re- commended by tbe state department of home economics and will be a useful ad- ition to the department. With the new cup- boards purchased last year, the rearrange- ment of the foods room, the abandonment of the obsolete gas plates, and the addition of the electrical equipment our foods de- partment will be modern in every respect. WINIFRED GRANT!-IAM, B. S. 1 , McKendree College l HOME ECONOMICS Q Home Economics Delegates Seated-left to right-Marion Ioder, Charlotte Dunbar, Lorraine Wilt. Standing- Margaret Hewitt, Miss Grantham, instructor, Cecile Ames. WE G0 T0 PEORIA The AllState Home Economics confer- ence was held this ymr in Peoria at the Hotel Pere Marquette, October 27, 28, 29. 30. The Bradford High Home Economics Department was well represented by Miss Grantham, Charlotte Dunbar, Lorraine Wilt, Cecile Ames, Marian Ioder and Margaret Hewitt. Miss Grantham was chairman of the Auditing Committee of the Illinois Vo- cational Homemaking Teachers Associa- tion. She worked 'also with a conversation group led by Miss Rua Van Horn, Federal Agent for the Central Region from Wash- ington, D. C. 'Effective use ot the Confer- ence Period in directing students Home Pro- jects" was the subject discussed by this group Friday morning. After registering at the hotel on our ar- rival, we student delegates went to the new Woodruff High School. The most in- teresting of the rooms, we thought, were the seventeen which made up the Home Economics Department. In the afternoon we attended a Hobby Show led by Miss Helen Moser from Lin- coln, which proved very interesting and also helpful to ns. Everett Dirksen, State Representative of the sixteenth district spoke on "World Fellowship" at our ban- quet Friday evening. Charlotte Dunbar discussed our 1937-38 club program "Charm" for the Student Club group Saturday morning at the Jef- ferson Hotel. Charlotte and Lorraine at- tended the Student Club Luncheon and Business Meeting Saturday noon. This trip proved to be very helpful to us. Reports about it were given at our club meetings. HOME ECONOMICS TEA Seated-Charlotte Dunbar, Hostess: Ruth Nelson, Jeanne Oakes. ' Standing-left to right-Edna Bachman, Ruth Wall, Cecile Ames, Lorraine Wilt, Mary Dorothy McLane, Leona Bomleny, Bernadine Bomleny, Ardis Talbert, Nor- ma Ames, Margaret Hewitt, Miss Grant- ham, Instructor. Home Economics Club .5 2 Q First Row-left to right-Miss Grantham, advisorg Margaret Malamphy, Lorraine Wilt, Wilma Ames, Eleanor Field, Sara Louise Ault, Lucille Hanchett, Mary Jarman. Second Row-Marion Fate, Lillian Webber, Shirley Towne, Evelyn Craig, Georgia Tucker. Eldora Thomas, Edna Bachman, Norma Ames. Third Row-Dorothy Cinnamon, Frances Reed, Louise Kelley, Frances Schneman, Lucille Ryan, Jeanette Farley, Lola Turner, Ruth Nelson. Fourth Row-Margaret Hewitt, Shirley Clausen, Nina Beeney, Gyneth Whiskers, Mabel Allen, Juanita Quinn, Arlene Linden, Ruth Wall. Fifth Row-Marjorie Clausen, Darlene Loudenburg, Gayle Ames, Jeanne Oakes, Helen Phelps, Wilma Sellars, Roberta Craig, Virginia Wolfe, Darlene Linden. Sixth Row--Donna Genzel, Helen Wolfe, Betty Jurgenson, Leona Bomleny, Arlene Lig- gett, Evelyn Swearlngen, Marcella McLane, Cecile Ames. Seventh Row-June Enos, Ardis Talbert, Cleo Kopp, Helen Blaisdell, Charlotte Dunbar, Beruadine Bomleny, Dorothy Forbes, Marian Ioder, Mary Dorothy McClane. Officers-Presidlent, Charlotte Dunbar: Vice President, Cecile Amesg Secretary- Treasurer, Lorraine Wiltg sponsor, Wini- fred Ware Grantham. Under the leadership of Charlotte Dun- bar the "Helpful Evers" have had a, very successful year. Their motto was "Living 0ne's Best," and it was emphasized in all of the club programs. For the last three years the H. E. C. and F. F. A. have had a joint initiation, and as usual, it was a most enjoyable af- fair this year. . We always look forward to the carnival and as in previous years our club was re- sponsible for the "eats." This year our sign which was "Stop and Stuff" drew a large crowd. The annual Christmas Tea held Dec. 7, for all the girls in school and lady faculty members was quite a success. The decor- ations added much to the Christmas spirit. These were silvered pine cones from Col- orado amidst four tall lighted tapers. Dif- ferent kinds of cookies added their bit to the attractiveness of the tea table. Ardis Talbert, .Tune Enos, Norma Ames, and Charlotte Dunbar were hostesses of the day. This year George Washington's birthday was celebrated by our "Martha's" for their "George's" QF. F. AJ while our mothers were entertained by a St. Patrick's Day tea. This was also an outstanding event and a good time was had by all. For a number of years the Home Econ- omics Club has been taking trips in the spring. These trips are for enjoyment as well as for the educational value they fur- nish. Miss Grantham, our sponsor, has helped to make these possible. One day during the spring of 1937 two truck loads of club girls chaperoned by Miss Helen Edletson and Miss Grantham went to Starved Rock. Many trails were explored during the afternoon then the pic- nic supper topped oft the days fun. The 1938 club trip was taken in the opposite direction. Peoria was the destination. Here the girl-s visited Roszell's Creamery, the Midland Bakery Company, Troy Laundry and had lunch in the Block 8: Kuhl Tea Room. A movie completed the day's activ- ities. Everyone enjoyed the trip immense- ly. We hope that our educational trip ot 1939 will be equally interesting and worth- while. Commercial Dcparlmcnl. The Commercial Department of Bradford High School includes two years instruct- ion in the "twin arts," typing and snort- hand and one year of bookkeeping for Jun- iors and Seniors. Junior business training is also offered as an elective for Sopho- mores. During the first year of typing and shorthand, the fundamentals are studied, while of course, some stress is placed on speed and accuracy. A student may also enroll in typing I without shorthandg this proves very beneficial, as every student should have some experience in typewrit- ing, and this enables them to acquire it. The object of the second year follows the old adage, "Experience is the best teacher." During this time the aim is to acquire speed, of course accurately. In the subject of bookkeeping, the en- tire procedure is taught in the form of a practice set in which the various entries for each business transaction are made by the student. Junior business training also deals with the mercantile world. This section of Vocational Training not only fits some students for work in this field, but it is also a great factor in train- inz the mind. This year there were about forty-eight commercial students. This is a large en- rollment, and under the capable direction of Mr. Anderson the benefits derived are quite in accordance. THEOS I. ANDERSON, B. ED. Illinois Normal University COMMERCE, ASST. COACH First Row-left to right-Theos I. Anderson, Instructorg Mary Jarman, Marian Fate, Rosemary Breen, Camille Kelly, Lorraine Wilt, Sylvia Rouse, Margaret Malamphy. Second Row-Edna Bachman, Helen Alexander, Everett Moffitt, Wilbur Fate, Paul Hickey Donald Springer, Wilford Farley, Isabel Burwell. Third Row-Shirley I-Iorack. Ruth Wall, Mabel Allen, Darlene Loudenburg, Wilma Sel- lers, Marcella McLane. Frances Reed, Margaret Hewitt. Fourth Row-Jeanne Oakes, Frances Schneman, Mary Dorothy McLane, Ardis Talbert, Virginia Reed, June Enos, Evelyn Swearingen, Shirley Clausen. Fifth Row-Betty Jurgenson, Dorothy Garrison, Bernadine Bomleny, Ferne Tumbleson. Charlotte Dunbar, Marian Ioder, Jane Owens, Mary Catherine Mowbray. Sixth Row-Lester Lackie. Clifford Renner, Spencer Landes, Donald Wright, John Blaisdell, Charles Bell, Francis Farley, Dick Nelson. Seventh Row-Vlfalter Buswell, Virgil Bates, Forrest Champion, Jerry Hvllalld. Bob Boyd, Ed Murphy, John McKean, Lynn Velde. Typing Students Row One-at left-from front to rear-Charlotte Dunbar, Ardis Talbert Camille Kelly. Row Two-Jane Owens, Mabel Allen, Rosemary Breen, Shirley Clausen. Row Threw-Mary Catherine Mowbray, June Enos, Marcella McLane, Margaret Malam- phy- Row Four--Marion Ioder, Dorothy Garrison, Helen Alexander, Mary Dorothy McLane. Standing-Mr. Anderson, Instructor. Last Spring six commercial students at- tended three contests. The first contest was the county which was held at Wyoming High School on April 7. The first year shorthand team ,placed second and the typ- ing team third. Individually, Shirley Clausen received second in shorthand and Ardis Talbert was third in typing. The shorthand team consisted of Jane Owens, Shirley Clausen and Margaret Dalamphy. The typ' ing team was represented by Ardis Talbert, Jane Owens, Norma Ames and Charlotte Dunbar. TYPING AND SHORTHAND CONTESTANTS Row One--left to right-Ardis Talbert, Charlotte Dunbar, Jane Owens, Mr. An- derson, instructor. Row Two-Norma Ames, Shirley Clausen, Margaret Malamphy. On April 14 the District contest was held at the Toulon High chool. Here the short- hand team placed first and the typing team second. Individually in shorthand Shirley Clausen was second and Jane Owens third. Jane also received fifth in typing. The sectional contest was held at East Peoria on April 29. At this contest the typ- ing team won third place and individually Shirley Clausen received seventh in short- hand. COM M EROIAL CONTESTANTS Front Row-left to right-Theos Anderson, Instructorg Frances Schneman, Lorraine Wilt, Fern Tumbleson, Tom Landes. Second Row-Edna Bachman, Sylvia Rouse, Bob Boyd, Virginia Reed, Frances Reed. Uocalional Agricultural Front Row-right to left-Donald Wright, Mr. Clark, advisorg Beryl Coleman, Bernard Murphy, Bill Cocle, Jim Ioder, President. Row Two-Ed Murphy, Herbert Bayers, Jack Blaisdell, Dan McKean, Earnest Linden, Francis Farley, Everett Moffitt, Gerald Holland. Row Three-Heyle Taylor, tstandingl Glen Ioder, Mark Turner, Charles Bell, Leland Wright, Jack Curran, Harold Hollar, John Hannon. Seated between 3rd and 4th row-Donald Towne, Donald Scott. Row Four-Walter Buswell, Forrest Champion, Glen Thomas, Wilford Farley, Donald Springer, La.Verne Scott, Harold Scott, Rofbert Hayden. Standing in rear--Lester Lackie, William Wright. The F. F. A. Club remains the same sub- stantial organization. It is a boy's club which is supervised by both national and state laws. The ideas and interests of the club are varied: viz: to develop and pro- mote thrift, co-operation, citizenship and leadership along agriculture lines. In ad- dition to this practical knowledge the boys engage in basketball, husking contest, judg- ing. public speaking and parties. Each club member in Agriculture keeps a project which may be shown at the FRANCIS G. CLARK University of Illinois VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURAL INSTRUCTOR County, State and National Shows. Sever- al memibers have shown at Springfield as well as at the International Livestock Show. The slogan, "Learn to do by doing," is what the F. F. A. boys practice. Four de- grees may be obtained by standards set up by the National organization. These are Green Hand, Future Farmer, State Farmer and American Farmer degrees. The Brad- ford Chapter plans to have one hundred per cent of its students in Agriculture cn- rolled in the F. F. A. Club. STATE JUDGING TEAM Front 'Row-Jim Ioder, Jerry Holland, Mr. Clark, Instructor. Second Row-Wilford Farley, Glenn Thom- as, Everett Moffitt. Some of our winners F. F. A. CLUB FEEDER Jim Ioder proved himself our champion F. F. A. calf club feeder. Here are a list ot his winnings with his calf he purchased for thirty-five dollars: 4th in the Junior Class and 6th in the open class at the Spring- field State Fair. 1st and reserve champion in the 4-H Club. Grand Champion in the F. F. A. club show at Princeton: lst and grand champion at the Bradford Horse Show. His calf "Archie" was taken to the International Livestock show. There he was sold for 14.75 per cwt., a total of 816225. This amount plus his Winning of 556.00 totaled 5218.25 for Jim, JIM IODER Champion Calf Club Feeder. F. F A. BASKETBALL TEAM The F. F. A. basketball is sponsored for those boys in Agriculture who are not out for the High School Team. Games are played with the surrounding schools which have Agriculture. This is a real diversion from the regular routine of work and any boys who likes the game can be a member of the F. F. A. basketball team. F. F. A. BASKETBALL TEAM Front Row-Beryl Coleman, Virgil Bates. Jim Ioder, Bernard Murphy, Herby Bay- er, Jerry Holland, Mr. Clark, Coach. Second Row-Wilford Farley, Donald Scott, Donald Wright, Jack Blaisdell. Robert Hayden, Francis Farley, Leland Wright, Donald Springer. JUDGING TEAM The sectional judging contest was held at Walnut last May. The boys who ranked in the upper half of the contestants were eligible to the state contest held at the University of Illinois at Champaign. At the sectional contest the grain and fat stock teams placed while at the state contest the fat stock team won sixth. DISTRICT JUDGING TEAM Front Row-Mr. Clark, Advisor: Heyle Taylor, Leland Wright, Beryl Coleman. 'Wilford Farley, Everett Moffitt. Second Row-Earnest Linden. Donald Springer, Glenn Thomas, Francis Farley, Bill Code, Kenny Johnston. Third Row-Donald Wright, Dan McKean, .lim Ioder, Herby Bayer, Jerry Holland. John Blaisdell. HUSKING CONTEST The F. F. A. held their annual prelimin- ary husking contest at Thomas Murphy's this year, Bill Code being the winner. He was our representative at the sectional contest held at Tiskilwa. The rules for the contest were the same as the preceding years, each contestant husking fifty min- utes. Although Bill had the cleanest corn he ranked sixth among the contestants. 9,1 BILL CODE Local Corn Husking Champion. Industrial Department. Industrial Education has become one of the most important departments of every 111056171 high School. No matter what trade or nusiness a person is in, he is continually coming in contact with a mechanical world. The Bradford High School has an excellent shop building. It is equipped with the best tools, machines and instructional material tor teaching high school students. The Freshmen are taught fundamentals tool process, and is introduced to the vast world of reality. He learns something about the different Industrial vocation of life and whether or not he could be successful in one. He learns how to pro.perly use the common tools. Requirements in the differ- ent vocatlnnal fields of work are studied. A new course in metal work was intro- duced this year. This course include sheet metal, forging, and bench metal work. We are living in an iron age,Every one should know something about metal. The demand for good metals workers exceeds the sup- ply. Three new lathes were purchased for the shop this year. Other improvements were: benches refinished, students locker in- stalled, and interior woodwork refinished. During the year a field trip was taken to the R. G. La Tourneau Plant at Peoria. Warren Reed, Jim Mitchell, Donald Scott and Donald Towne, each made an exact re- production of an early American Pricilla sewing box. Bill Code and Wilbur Fate each drew plans and constructed an electric toaster. Some exceptional fine work in the freshman class by Jim Maupin, Dick Heinz- mann and Paul Hickey was also complet- ed. Don't worry and fret, faint hearted, The chances have just begun For the best jobs haven't been started, The best work hasn'f been done. -Berton Braley PAUL GARRISON Stout Institute INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION. Front To Back-'Warren Reed, Don Scott, James Mitchell Tom Mowbray, Ed Mowbray. Our Carnival Bradford's annual homecom- ing and carnival was held on the night of November 11. It was attended by a very large crowd and was a financial suc- cess. The annual bonfire and pe-p meeting was held Thursday ev- ening. Torches led the parade which ended in the old park where the bonfire was started. was won by the Junior class with a very clever float. The game with Wyoming did not prove so close but the Bradford team thoroughly enjoyed them- selves. The final score was 51 . 1-1 to 0. Between halves the bicycle ibi' 0011326312 WHS held and the band NORMA AMES VERGIL BATES gave its usual fine appearance. Cafniw-1 Queen C3l'IliV3l Kills Seven o'clock and the show goes on. 'iDou't crowd folks, there's room for all." "Get your tickets here." 'The play's up- stairs." 'Don't fail to vote for the queen." These and many other things could be heard as the evening wore on. Games for the old as well as the young were provided and everyone enjoyed them- selves: free acts were also provided. Ten forty-five! The bell rings! Who's the Queen? A cheer went up from the most sophisticated group in school and we knew the Seniors' candidates, Norma Ames and Virgil Bates had won. About this time the crowd began to thin out and the carnival was swiftly drawing to a close. The big day was over, students and faculty mem- bers, who had worked so hard with the sponsors Miss Bischoff and Mr. Anderson were tired but happy that the traditional homecoming was another success. JOHN REED HAY Winner of Bicycle Float 31 CARNIVAL PLAY CAST Front Row-Camille Kelly, Bill Carroll, Mary Catherine Mowbray. Second Row--Donald Springer, Walter Buswell, Nina Beeney. if f i -Q ,fmJssifrzf-,fi-sie , sr, .wr A . f -W If-1 f' V' ' iff? f' ""' , ,W , 1 i t, 1- 'H2:3.2?3 v'.1.ifl -- " ',' we .34 1221? 11--,ff 1.-f,k,,'s f,7gprgvE3g:. ' 2:59. V ' H- " wif " Q22-W' if w3-fi w5.- r " f - M, if art e K ew Y 3' is-41 f . " - , 1. if -"f'f'fftf?'-i ' 'ff':?' . .1 Q 1 . - 'w.,fr1,g .lies-'1-.w-2 ,. - J. E. MITCHELL Bicycle Float SN-x w'X5 QMS? ,U uv.H'KJ-'f,0"'- ' 37 Girls Athletic Association. First Row-left to right-Miss Wass, advisorg Ruth Nelson, Marjorie Clausen, Rose- mary Breen, Gertrude Swearingen, Lois Ward. Second Row-Norma Ames, Camille Kelly, Shirley Clausen, Nina. Beeney, Carol Velde, Cecile Ames. Third Row-Wilma Sellers, Gloria Welsh, Mary Catherine Mowbray, Helen Phelps, Jane Owens. Fourth Row-Dorothy Garrison, Cleo Kopp, Charlotte Dunbar, Helen Blaisdell, Ardis Talbert, June Enos. President, Gloria Welsh. Vice President, Camilla Kelly. Secretary, Shirley Clausen. The boys are not the only ones who can get out and work up steam and energy! The Girls' Athletic Association had some girls who could do the same. This club was organized last fall under the supervision of Miss Wass. From this club a basketball team was chosen. On the nights that the boys had a basketball game the girl's team practiced. CHEER LEADERS Under the supervision of Miss Bischoff. the cheer leaders have put forth a good effort in backing the football and basket- ball geams. This year Ruth Nelson ,was chosen from the sophomores to complete the cheer leader team. Pep-meetings conducted by the sponsor and cheer leaders are an activity every one enjoys. The freshmen have taken part in many of the stunts that accompany the meetings and when everyone leaves they feel certain they have attended something worthwhile. A few weeks ago the cheer leaders real- ly started to "strut their stuff" when the new actions came out in place of the us- ual thing. Also new yells are being put on at different intervals and it anyone tells you there is still one yell they still can't quite get, you'll lmow it's that tongue twis- ter "Ela-vevo." These proved successful and it also gave the girls a chance to s-how the boys they have a group of coming Olympic stars 301113 da . lyn the fall of the year the girls hiked out to the woods by Spoon River and had a Wiener roast. Wieners, buns, marshmallows and potato chips all saw the bonfire and were ravenously consumed by the girls. The girls were very glad this club was reorganized this year and here's success to it next year. From left to right-Isobel Burwell, Ruth Nelson, Camille Kelly. Jlthletic Department FRANK wlLcox, B. s. Monmouth College COACH The 1938 football season may well be considered a success for the Bradford boys. They won seven of their nine games, los- ing one of the other two on a fluke. Two of the boys received all-state recognition, Bernard Murphy, hard hitting tackle and Bill Code captain and quarterback. Ten lettermen graduate this year, the largest group for several years. This group includes eight linesmen and two backs. There are three ends: Dick Nelson, Kenny Johnston and Henby Bayersg two tackles: Bernard Murphy and Bob Boydg two guards: Eddie Murphy and Dutch Landesg a center: Herderg and Code and Velde, backs. Letterman returning for the '39 sefason are Jiggs McKean, a halfback, Real, a back in 38 and a center for 39, Spence Landes, next years captain, and Welsh as guards. and Miller, fullback in 38, will be in the line at tackle. The rest of the backfield will be filled out with Dan McKean, John Hannon and Dick Herder, all promising sophomores. The line will probably be completed with Hol- land at the other tackle, and Howes, Pet- ers, and Phil Harney will divide time ut the end posts. This gives a fine prospect for the '39 sea son, and a season as successful as in '33 should be expected. 4 Seated-left to right-Bob Real, Les Welsh. "Dutch" Landes, "Peanut" Herder, Ed Murphy, John McKean, Bernard Murphy, Bill Code, Captain: Bob Boyd, "Tarzan" Miller, Spence Landes, Dick Nelson, Lynn Velde, Kenny Johnston. Row Two-Frank Wilcox, Coach: Bobby Seeds, Warren Hallock, J. E. Mitchell, Lester Lackie, Donald Wright, Ed Mowbray, Dan McKean, Herbie Bayer, Bob Wright, Jerry Holland. John Blalsdell, John Hannon, Dick Herder, Theos Anderson, Assistant Coach. Row Three-Bill Finnegan, Dick Owens, Don Hickey, Jack Curran, Phil Harney, Beryl Coleman, Managerg Richard Heinzmann, "Spot" Peters. Leland VVright, Bob Perkins, Tommy Mowbray, Heyle Taylor, James Craig, Jimmy Maupin. Basketball Team Front Row-left to right--Lynn Velde, John Howes, Bill Code, Kenny Johnston, Tom Landes. John McKean, Bob Real. Second Row-Coach Frank Wilcoxg Assistant Coach Theos Anderson: Jack Hannon, Spencer Landes, Dan M-cKean, Les Welsh, Bob Perkins, Manager: Keith Swearingen. The Bradford Panthers opened their sea- son with three lettermen around which to build a. team. A fourth letterman, Welsh, lost an arm in the summer and was lost to the team as a regular. The lettermen returning were Real and co-captains Code and Johnston. Along with these players were Lynn Velde, John McKean, Tom Lan- des. Spencer Landes and John Howes. The team started strong. playing Kewanee a 25 to 18 game, defeating Wyoming and Dun- lap, and then losing hard fought games to Princeton 23 to 22 and Cambridge 23 to 22, both conquerors of Kewanee. Sickness and mumps then invaded the Panther lair and McKean, Real and Howes were lost to the squad for a considerable length of time in the middle of the season disrupting the practice and line-ups from which the team could not seem to recover. 'Conference games were then lost to Galva, Toulon and Wethersfield. In the Toulon Tournament Bradford lost to a powerful Wethersfield team in the first round and a 15 to 17 de- cision to Toulon in an overtime. The Brad- ford "B" tetam was made up of sophomores. They played a full schedule of games- and one of their most noteworthy triumphs was a win over the Kewanee Rlveters. Fourteen boys reported for practice from the soph- omore class and some of the most promis- ing boys are Tom Mowbray, Ed Mowbray. Leland Wright, Dick Herder, Bob Perkins, Bill Barton, Robt, Seeds, Jack Hannon and Dan McKean. Of the seven regulars on the varsity three will return next year. These being Real, Howes and John McKean. Along with these boys will be the sophomores men- tioned above around which to build a team for 1939-40. Basketball Schedule 1938-39 Home We They Dec. 9-Princeton ............ 22 23 Jan. 6-Galva ......... .... 2 4 29 Jan. 17-Cambridge --- .... 22 23 Feb. 3-Toulon ..... ...- 2 1 27 Feb, 10-Dunlap ...... .... 2 5 27 Feb. 14--Wethersfield -- .... 20 31 Feb. 20-Wyoming --- .... 28 25 Away We They Nov. 28-Kewanee ---- .... 1 7 25 Dec. 6-Dunlap ..... .... 2 1 14 Dec. 16-Wyoming .... .... 1 6 14 Jan. 13-Toulon ...... .... 1 2 25 Jan. 20-Wethersfield -- .... 25 41 Jan. 27- Galva ......-.-.-.--- 28 41 Feb. 17-Cambridge ......... 16 36 FRESHMEN BASKETBALL The Freshmen basketball season opened with 10 out of the 14 boys in the class re- porting for practice. These being James Maupin, Dick Owens, Raymond Peters, Jack Curran, Robert Wright, Dick Heinz- mann, Bernard Mitchell, James Craig and Phil Harney. Four of the first six of these boys played together for 2 years before entering high school and give promise of developing into a basketball team that Bradford will he proud of in future years. In their season so far they have won 3 out of 4 games played, losing to Galva 10 to 6 then defeating Toulon 12-9, Galva 12-5 and Toulon 16-5. Track 'Team First Row-left to right-Jim Maupin, Don Hickey, Leland Wright, Bob Seeds, Dick Herder, Dick Owens, Jim Craig. Second Row-Mr. Anderson, assistant coachg Dick Nelson, Managerg Phil Harney, Les Welsh, Jack Hannan, Bob Perkins, Heyle Taylor, Mr. Wilcox, Coach. Third Row-Bill Code, Dick Heinzmann, John Howes, Herb Bayers, Kenny Johnston, Lynn Velde, Bob Real. Fourth Row-Ray Peters, John McKean, Forrest Champion, Bob Wright, Bernard Mur- phy, Dan McKean, Don Wright, Ed Murphy. Returning to Bradford's 1938 track team were three letter men, Bill Code, Kenny Johnston and Herbert Bayers all Juniors. Bradford attended seven meets. The first was the Peoria Indoor meet. The latter part of April Bradford holds one of the largest meets in tue state. This is called the Bradford Relays and is spon- sored by the Bradford High School Athletic Department. Approximately 615 athletes from 30 high schools participated in this meet. Galesburg won the class A trophy and Galva the class B trophy. The annual Stark County meet was held in Toulon this year. Toulon received first. LaFayette second, and Bradford third. All boys placing in this meet were allowed to go to the District meet. Eugene Piper plac- ed sixth in the high. jump at the district. John McKean was the only one to break any records, these were the mile and the half mile at the Black Hawk meet. Others placing in the Black Hawk were Piper, Code, Johnston and Bayers. During the season Freshmen and Soph- omore meets were held with Kewanee and Toulon. Freshmen and Sophomores placing in these were J. McKean, Howes, Real, Miller, D. McKean. Those earning leters in 1938 were: Sen- iors-Eugene Piper. Juniors-Bill Code, Kenny Johnston and Herbert Bayers. Soph- mores-John McKean, John Howes, Bob Real and Clifford Miller. Last year Kenny Johnston placed fourth in the low hurdles at the Blackhawk meet. In this event his best time was 26.7. He will run the low hurdles again this year and he will also high jump. Q Bill Code will be our high hurdler. Last year he placed fourth in this event at the Black Hawk meet. He will also high Jump and pole vault at which he has a good re- cord. Herbert Bayers ran the two-twenty and the hundred and took places in both events, he place second in the two-twenty and third in the hundred at the county meet, he also placed third in the hundred at the Black Hawk meet. His best time was made at Toulon were he ran the hundred in 10.51, he will be running these events again this ear. y John Howes placed third in the countY meet last year by pole vaulting 9 feet .6 in- ches. He will pole vault and also high Jump this year. Clifford Miller is a good dash man but he excells in weight throwing. He can toss the shot approximately 40 feet and the discuss about 101 feet. Dan Mc-Kean will run the 440, last Yea? he ran it in 58.2 to win first in 3 Freshmen- Sophomore meet with Toulon. Bob Real is another dash man, he took first in both the hundred and two-twenty at the Freshmen-Sophomore meet with Toulon. John McKe'an will run the mile and the half mile this year. Last year he ran the mile in 4.56 and the half mile in 2.9 both are records in the Black Hawk conference. MARSH FURNITURE STORE G-OOD WILL cannot be built from a blue 'nt it grows-nurtured by diligence, fos- DF1 . . tered by skill and sustained by honesty. HENRY-STARK SERVICE CO. We want to wish for the Class of 1939 a prosperous future. W- W. DORGAN ROSZELUS SPECIAL VANILLA Ice Cream MAID-RITE SANDWICHES- a whole meal for a dime. GIRARD 8z WILLIAMS McCO.RMICKDEERING 1. H. c. 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