Elkville High School - Archive Yearbook (Elkville, IL)
- Class of 1943
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AUGUST 18-Murphysboro Q30-35l-H
ll-First football game - Iohnson
7-Student Council Party
23-Iunior rings ordered
30-Du Quoin C18-ZUJ-T
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5-First quarter exams
20-First basketball game-
25-Second Semester begins
Hurst-Bush C42-39l-T MARCH
26-27-Thanksgiving vacation 26-Third quarter exqmg
DECEMBER . APRIL
ARCHIVE STAJF ' ' ,
Verlie May Cawvey
Wanda Lee Porter
Alice Marie Bums
I. V. Lowe
Mrs. Helen Taylor
Miss Grace Kachelhoffer
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The Archive staff is the group of students who ernp oyed their skill and ,
technique in bringing you all this fine book. QAt least We think it's finej
This staff was chosen by Mr. Reid, Mrs. Taylor, and Miss Kachelhoffer
from applications entered by the entire Senior class.
Our two co-editors-who did a fine job, by the way-are Verlie May
Cawvey and Iames Getzie. Our business managers, responsible for the ads,
are Christine Evans and I. V. Lowe. Other members of the staff are as fol-
lows: Margaret Bishop, Freda Daffron, lean Lipe, Perry Ward, Arkell Wisely,
Catherine Contri, Alice Marie Burns, and Doris Romines. The two typists are
Gloria Lorenzini and Christine Thomas. And We mustn't forget our two spon-
sors, Mrs. Taylor and Miss Kachelhoffer, who also contributed greatly to
The Archive staff also Wishes to express their thanks to others who have,
in some way, helped to make this book a grand success.
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C. F. REID
Recognized as an aggressive educa-
tional leader of proven ability, and
recognized by students as a friendly
counselor and guide, Mr. C. F. Reid is
completing his tenth year as the admin-
istrative head of Elkville Community
High School. A
BOARD OF EDUCATION
President. Fred Kuehng Secretary, I. W. Quigleyg Cecil Graeffg Otto E. Bourland.
The start of the 1942-43 school term found the
E.C.l-l.S. Board of Education composed of the
following members: Mr. Russell Siefert, Presi-
dentp l. W. Quigley, Secretaryg Mr. Fred Kuehn,
Mr. Cecil Graeff, and Mr, Otto Bourland mem-
bers. Early in the fall Mr. Siefert moved from
Dowell to Murphysboro and so tendered his
resignation as President and member of the
Board. At the next meeting Mr. Fred Kuehn
was elected by the remaining members as their
President and has continued in that capacity
throughout the year. At the present time no
one has been appointed to fill the vacancy
caused by Mr. Siefert's resignation.
The Board of Education is that small group
of citizens who get all the blame for mistakes
at the school and seldom any credit for their
time and effort to give to the community the
type of school that they Want and can afford.
This Board has been called upon to give more
of their time than they would ordinarily be-
cause of the many changes in the faculty and
the acute conditions that have arisen from
time to time because of War conditions. ln spite
of all this, they have been able to keep E.C.l-l.S.
up to par and even make improvements that
were thought impossible.
The annual staff joins with the rest of the
school and the community in extending their
sincere thanks to this Board of Education and
hope that E.C.H.S. will always be fortunate
enough to have men of their ability and sincere
interest in the students' Welfare to guide the
destiny of our school.
Mrs. Helen W. Taylor
Instructor: Shorthand, Typ-
ing, Bookkeeping, General
Sponsor: Senior Class, Stu-
dent Council, and Annual
Ivan C. Hall
Monmouth College, B.S.
Instructor: Algebra, Geom-
etry, General Mathematics,
General Science, Physical
Education and Algebra Il.
Sponsor: Sophomore Class
Ruth E. Lucas
Monmouth College, A.B.
U Instructor: English, Speech,
' Physical Education, and
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S.l.N.U., Ed.B. DePauw, A.B. S.l.N.U., Ed.B.
MCIIOH E1'1QliSl'1 Muior: English Maior: History and English
Instructor: American His- Instructor: English, Speech, Instructor: English II, World
tory, Problems in American Girl's Physical Education History, Geography, and
Democracy, and English IV. spans , -Iunior Cla and General Business
V JylG.A.A Sponsor: lunior las '
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C. F. Reid
University of Illinois, AB.,
Maior: Science and School
Instructor: Physics, Biology,
General Science, and Avia-
Sponsor: Student Council.
University of North Dakota,
B.S. and Ed.B.
Instructor: E n gl i s h IV,
American History, Problems
in American Democracy
Sponsor: Senior Class, Pa-
per Staff, and Annual Staff.
Leland H. Grizzell
Instructor: Band, Harmony,
Sponsor: Freshman Class.
Nina Lee Hurst
Graduate of E.C.H.S.
One year at S.l.N.U.
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STUDENT fCUlUNfClllL ' 54,5 ,.,.,..,
Front : Mr. Reid, Mrs. y-
lor, Iames Bowling, Beit Io
Russell, Peggy Swan.
Back Row: Obadiah Nance,
Arkell Wisely, Bill Le Pere,
Mildred Kuehn, Wanda Iune
Russell, lean Lipe, Dorothy
Kopp, Christine Evans, Hubert -
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Early this year the faculty and student body electe the tenth successful j
Student Council of E.C.H.S. The purpose of the Council is to give the students A
and organizations of our school a form of self-government. All kinds of prob- J!
lems are brought before the Council to solve.
The Student Council decorated the football field for the Homecoming
Game in October. An assembly program was also given that afternoon.
A new gas stove was purchased and placed in the laboratory. This
proved very useful when refreshments were needed at parties and the funior
Carnival. The faculty also cooked their lunches on it during noon hours.
The scrap drive was planned by the Council. With the cooperation of the
Whole school, it proved to be a great success.
The Council purchased War stamps and the members took turns selling
them at noon in the specially constructed booth. On December 7, this being
the first anniversary of our entrance in the War, about twenty-eight dollars
Worth of stamps were sold. ,
A picture of lack Williamson was bought to be hung in the assembly, as
he was our first war casualty. lack was a former member of the Student
The building was decorated at Christmas by the Council. A program was
given in which the assembly joined in the singing. Gifts were exchanged,
including the contents of the fun box.
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BlLl.. LE PERE
At their first meeting, the Seniors elected the following officers: President,
Iean Lipeg Vice-President, Elmer Cassaig Secretary-Treasurer, Bill Le Pere.
Mrs. Taylor and Miss Kachelhoffer were chosen as co-sponsors of the
The Candy Stand was operated by the Seniors and the profit was used
to make the annual better than ever.
On December' 3, the class presented the play, "lt Happened Next Tues-
day." lt was a patriotic play, very appropriate for this particular time. lt was
a great success and the best play of the year.
The class had a Christmas Party, one Week before Christmas. The students
exchanged gifts and enjoyed themselves immensely.
Due to restrictions on transportation facilities and war conditions the
Seniors have not decided what they will plan for Senior Day.
With hard-earned diplomas our Seniors step forth into the fast-moving
World. Will they be successful? We hope sol
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Play 35 G.A.A. l-2-3-45 Li-
"Shake it and Break it."
Dramatic Club 1-25 Play 25
Student Council 3-45 Librar-
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"True education frees
the human skirt."
Stage Mgr. 2-3-45 Football
Guard l-2-3-45 Librarian 45 Business Mgr. 45 Play 15 Li- '
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Class Officer 3-45 Basketball
l-2-35 Football l-2-3-45 Track
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"Never do today what
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Paper Staff 45 Tennis l-3,
"Are you kiddin'?"
Paper Staff 45 Dramatic Club
1-25 Band l-2-3-45 Librarian
25 Office Assistant 2,
Verlie May Cawwlley
"Well, l'll be,"
Paper Staff 35 Dramatic Club
l-25 Play Business Mgr, 35
Play 45 Band l-2-3-4: Class
Officer 2-35 Librarian 25 ln-
tellectuals 2: Annual Staff 4.
"Can you imagine
Annual Staff 45 Dramatic
Club 25 Pep Club 15 Glee
Club l-25 Play 1-2-35 G,A.A.
l-2-35 lntellectuals 25 Office
Band l-2-3-4: Basketball 1-2-
3-45 Football 2-3-45 Tennis 1.
Annual Staff 45 Dramatic
Club 1-25 Pep Club 15 Glee
Club 1-2-35 Play 1-2-35 G.A,A.
l-2-35 Student Council 3-45
lntellectuals 15 Office Assist-
"It's Ungodly. What the
Annual Staff 45 Paper Staff
25 Play 45 Band l-2-3-45 Class
Officer l-25 Intellectuals 25
gaisketball 45 Football 1-2-
Archibald Gray Rosemarie Kristan Charles Krelo Charles Krisfaluzy
"Feet" "Rosie" "Krelo" "Kris"
"Good Buddy." "The paper must come "Holy Mackeralf' "What say?"
Boxing 1-2, out Thursday' Play 3-45 Football Guard l-2. Stfigz Mgg. 32 Sfaudfntlgogira-
Paper Staff 2-3-45 Glee Club C1 7 Us ef G ' ' ' 7
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"Believe nothing you
hear and only half of
what you see."
Paper Staff 2-35 Dramatic
Club l-25 Glee Club l-2-35
Play 2-3-45 Band l-2-3-45 Stu-
dent Council 2-45 Class Ot-
ficer 45 lntellectuals l-25 Of-
fice Assistant 2-3-4.
"Well, scat my cats."
Annual Staff 45 Glee Club
l-2-35 Band 1-2-3-45 Intel-
"Who do you think you
are - anyhow?"
Dramatic Club 25 Pep Club
ly Glee Club l-2-35 G.A,A.
l-2-3-35 lntellectuals 25 Twirl-
Paper Stall 45 G.A.A. l-2-3-45
Office Assistant l-2-3-4.
"You know that."
Football Mgr. 2-35 Basketball
Mgr. 2-35 Boxing 2-35 Stu-
dent Council 45 Track 35
Football 45 Office Assistant
45 Play 3-45 Band I-2-3-45
balsketball 45 Class Officer
I. V. Lowe
"You can't get something
out of nothing."
Pinckneyville High School
l-25 Annual Staff 45 Play 35
"Give me Liberty or
shoot me in the head."
Paper Staff 25 Dramatic'Club
l-25 Pep Club 15 Glee Club
2-35 Play 45 Band l-Z-3-45
lntellectuals 25 Boxing 15
Football Mgr, 25 Basketball
"Fan me with a brick."
Student Council 45 Basket-
ball 1-2-3-45 Football 1-2-3-
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gootball Guard l-25 Boxing
"I don't know."
Plav 45 Football l-2-3-45 Bas-
ketball l-2-3-45 Track l-2-3,
"It beats me."
Class Officer 2-35 Basketball
l-2-35 Football 1-2-3-45 Box-
ing l-2-35 Track l.
"Wouldn't you like to
gkrinual Stall 45 G.A.A. 1-2-
Wanda Lee Porter
"Don't kid yourself."
Dramatic Club l-21 Annual
Stall 45 Glee Club l-2-35 Play
l-3-45 Band 3-45 Librarian 2:
"lf at first you don't suc-
ceed, try, try again."
Paper Staff 45 Glee Club 35
G.A.A. 1-3-45 Annual Staff
45 Librarian 4.
Wanda I une Russell
"Hold tight and skate
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Club 1-2-35 Play l-35 Band
l-2-3-45 Student Council 45
lntellectuals 25 Ottice Assist-
ant 3-45 Drum Majorette 3-4.
"Pass the biscuits,
Plav 35 Band 1-2-3-45 Foot-
"What a shape-this
World is in."
Annual Stall 45 Pep Club l
Giee Club 1-25 GAA. 1-2-
3-45 Librarian l-25 lntellec
"lust call me, Homer."
Paper Stall 45 Annual Staff
45 Dramatic Club 25 Play 2-
3-45 Football Guard 2-35 Li-
brarian 35 Basketball 3-45
Football 45 Track 2-3-45 Box-
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Dramatic Club 25 Glee Club
l-2-35 Candy Stand 45 G.A.A,
ll-2-3-45 lntellectuals 25 Play
"Don't get excited,
Pacer Staff 35 Football Guard
l-25 Student Council 45 Class
Officer 35 Basketball 3-45
Well, I have finished my supper' and settled myself in an easy chair, in
'front of the fireplace to read the latest news in "The Know-it-All." I noticed
the following interesting items:
Looking into Uncle Sam's forces, defense plants, etc., I see your following
The following Navy Nurses were decorated for their bravery, Gloria
Lorenzini, Wanda Lee Porter, and Dolores Ward.
Margaret Bishop set the record for ferrying bombers.
Lieutenant Iohn Boros, of the United States Army today praised Archibald
Gray and Obadiah Nance, camp cooks, on their food preparations.
Lester Myers and Iack Crews are "keeping the spuds rolling" at Camp
Bill Le Pere, flyer in the distinguished "Eagle Squadron," has downed
forty lap planes, setting a new record. His buddies, Perry Ward and I. V.
Lowe, are trying to beat this record.
The Navy refers to Elmer Cassai and Red Robinson as their "two man
invasion." Buddy Church is nicknamed "Fearless Church."
Looking into a busy defense plant I see Catherine Contri, who is called
"Rosie the Riveter," who is being assisted by Freda Daffron. The blue print
expert of the plant is Mr. Krisfaluzy. Iohn Hartsock plays a big par't in the
designing of these bombers. Major Phillips, of the United States Army, has
stated, quote, "This plant is doing superb work and I think the President, Mr.
Pete Re, should be complimented."
Over in Egypt I see "Wese" Wisely climbing from the cockpit of his plane,
after downing five German planes.
Now to look in on the life at Washington, D. C. The President compli-
mented the following stenographers on their fine work: Verlie May Cawvey,
Blanche Crews, Rosemarie Kristan, Arlene Martin, and Wanda Iune Russell.
The moral of the people must be kept up so we will see what is going on
in the Society Page. At Hollywood, at the swanky night club "Stumble Inn,"
Iames Getzie fHarry Iarnes the secondl is featured this week. Featured vocal-
ist is Miss Christine Evans. And the young girl who took Carmen Miranda's
place in Hollywood, Miss Thomas, will favor the crowd with a few dance
specialties. The guest of honor' will be Mr. Hubert Etherton, Hollywood's latest
sensation. It is rumored that he will escort Miss Lipe, famous Powers' Model.
The soldiers and sailors will be entertained at the U.S.O. club in New
York by George Setelia and his clarinet. Annie Lipton is a torch singer in his
orchestra. The hostesses at the club are Alice Marie Burns, Doris Romines,
and Iulia Simon. Mr. Krelo, mayor of New York, will also be present.
Well the fire has died out and I have read all the news so l guess I'll
The members of the Senior Class take this opportunity to officially make
their last will and testament and to bestow their numerous abilities and traits
lwhether they be good or badl upon the lower classmen of E.C.H.S.
I, Margaret Bishop, will my good looks to my sister Virginia and my intelli-
gence to any one who can use it.
I, Iohn Boros, will my quietness to the Mulkin twins and my black hair
to C. W. Rath.
I, Alice Marie Burns, will my bashfulness to Paul Hartsock and my good
health to all the weaklings in school.
I, Elmer Cassai, will my "way with the women" to Cecil Brown and my
reserve to Fred Pickering.
I, Verlie May Cawvey, will my cleverness to Delores Quigley and my love
for studying to Andrew Wallace.
I, Buddy Church, will my handsomeness to Harold Carter and my wavy
hair to George Mitroka.
I, Catherine Contri, will my hair to Gilda Bowlin and my smallness to
l, lack Crews, will my basketball ability to Ioe Cochran and my dislike
for books to Harry Williamson.
I, Blanche Crews, will my giggling ability to lean Burns and my typing
ability to Bill Blacklock.
I, Freda Daffron, will my dancing ability to loyce Tyner and my blonde
hair to Theresa Earhart.
I, Hubert Etherton, will my blonde curly hair to Bill Skarupa.
I, Tina Evans, will my personality to Mildred Kuehn and my acting ability
to Betty Io Russell.
I, Iames Getzie, will my trumpet playing to Bill Leake.
I, Charles Krisfaluzy, will my dancing genius to Laffollette Conroy.
I, Rosemary Kristan, will my newspaper work to Dorothy Kopp.
I, Iean Lipe, will my "happy-go-lucky air" to lean Bayless and my acting
ability to Opal Daffron.
I, Bill Le Pere, will my blonde hair to Harold Miller.
I, Annie Lipton, will my red locks to Marceline Casleton and my ability
to dance to Annie Savka.
I, Gloria Lorenzini, will my singing ability to Iulia Mery.
I, Lester Myers, will my practical joking to Bill Flannigon.
I, Arlene Martin, will my office job to Marion Gruber.
I, Obadiah Nance, will my place on the basketball team to Herbert McCall.
I, Edward Phillips, will my pretty curly hair to someone who needs it-
I, Wanda Lee Porter, will my seat in the assembly to Iulia Etta Bottomley.
I, Pete Re, will my artistic skill to Norman Iones and my way with the
teachers to Carroll Little.
I, Doris Romines, will my position as typist on the Bluebird Chatter to
I, Eugene Robinson, will my winsome smile to Leonard Lipton.
I, Wanda Russell, will my sleeping ability to Dorothy lean and my baton
to Loudene Power.
I, Iulia Simon, will my thoughtful mind to Lois Cawvey.
I, George Setelia, will my popularity with all girls to whoever can get it
and my clarinet to Lois lean Beggs.
I, Christina Thomas, will my jitterbugging ability to Bertha Robinson and
my talking quality to Mary Mulkin.
I, Delores Ward, will my love for dancing to Olga Cucchi.
I, Perry Ward, will my changing voice to Billy Hickarn and my laughing
disposition to Bill Lane.
I, Arkell Wisely, will my easy going manner to Raymond Cucchi.
I, I. V. Love, will my height to Bobby Leake and my girl friends to Frankie
Signed and Sealed this 29th day of May.
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The lunior Class of l942-43
elected their class officers as fol-
lows: President, fulia Mery,
Vice-President, Doris Valeriusg
Secretary-Treasurer, Mary Eliza-
The last of September, the
class had a hike. lt was differ-
ent and all the students had a
On October 27, the Iuniors
gave their Penny Carnival. It
was very successful.
The luniors ordered their
rings in October-and received
them in fanuary.
The class, on February 25,
presented their play. lt was
called, "Say it With Music," and
was greatly enjoyed by every-
ln May, just before gradua-
tion, the lunior Class, following
the old tradition, gave the Sen-
iors a grand banquet. lt was a
formal occa ion a d everyo e
' First Row: lmogene Abbott, Iean Bayess, Dorothy lean Bechtlofft.
X ' Second Row: Inez Bergmann, Mary Louise Betz, Bill Blacklock, Dean Boner, Cecil Brown,
,' Iulia Bottomley, .Q
5 ' Third Row: Gilda Bowlin, Pat Burns, Anna Buyaki, Lois Cawvef Harrell Carter, Mildred
.Fourth Row: Balph Creech, Olga Cucchi, Laffollette Conroy, Opal Daffron, Beulah Fox,
1 Mary Elizabeth Fredricks. ' 'I Wil-it
R' Fifth Row: Muriel Gray, Norman Tones, Dorothy Kopp, Leonard Lipton, Mildred Kuehn, ' 7
Y Carrol Little.
v l 'Sixth Row: Iulia Mery, George Mitroka, Genevieve Moore, Elouise Porter, Fred Pickering, Jia
Dolores Quigley. WJ ,
, Seventh Row: Iohn Saunders, Golda Romines, Bill Skarupa, Anna Savka, Iohn Smith, ,pg U
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it W' Second Row: Mr. Hall, Clarence Graeff, Wilbum Clark, George Heape, Gerhart Ierome,
1 Q K Bertha Robinson, Florene Morgan, Sue Wise, Iudith Heape, William Combs.
, 2 ' Third Row: Mary Louise Barnett, Virginia Bishop, Betty Atherton, Iessie Moore, Betty Sue
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v Fourth Row: Wanda Mulkin, Bernell Morgan, Evelyn Burroughs, Maxine Higgerson, Theresa
Earhart, Margaret Griffin, Loudene Power, Betty Iune Holshouser, lean Burns, Ruth
B Gray, Lyda Mae Ross.
'Q , Fifth Row: Mary Mulkin, Billy Walters, Wayne Conroy, lake Martie, Mary Pickering, Nadine
' 4. Morris, Marian Gruber, Audrey Wisely.
if 5 Sixth Row: Franklin Weston, Patsy Griffin, Bennie Krelo, Herbert McCall, Dean Hargett,
' 'ff-Q Andrew Wallace, Mike Wolfe, Bill Lane, Harold Miller, Harry Williamson, Ioe Cochran,
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- "At last We're Sophomores . . . anyway We're out of the 'green freshie'
1, E class, and glad of it . . . and feeling so much more important. We're getting
wiser every day . . . learning lots from the Iuniors and Seniors . . . handing our
knowledge on to the freshies. Yes, We're proud to be Sophornores, but hurrah,
'6 next year We'll belong to the upper-classrnenf'
This class chose at the beginning of the school year for their sponsor, Mr.
j Hall. The class officers elected are: Nadine Morris, President, farnes Bowling,
Vice-President, and Harry Williamson, Secretary-Treasurer. They take part in
all activities of E.C.H.S., including band, G.A.A., basketball, football, and
many others. The King and Queen for the school have been chosen from this
t class the last two years. They, too, are represented on the Student Council.
l? We're proud of this group, and We're sure they will keep up their fin '
work after a good start A l
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Row: Bobby Farmer, Billie Don Miller, Lois lean Beggs, Lenora Chamness, Eula Wal-
ters, Betty Io Craig, Bobby Leake, Robert Phillips, Allan Smith.
nd Row: Bernard Gray, Bill Spangler, Richard Brown, Billy Hickam, Lynn Lingle, Ben
Wright, Ruby Winchester.
Third Row: Mr. Grizzell, Betty Io Russell, Paquitta Williams, Mae Lane, Marceline Casle-
ton, Vera Abbott, Bernitta Ceto, Ruth Thompson.
Fourth Row: Edward Wright, Frank Turok, Bobby Craig, George Edward King, C. W. Rath,
Bobby Iones, Floyd Rozmislowicz, Charles St. Ivany, Ralph Cawvey.
Fifth Row: Ruth Brown, Viola Batteau, Elaine Robinson, Frances Doolin, Margaret Buyaki,
Ianice Brayshaw, Ruth McCollum, Ioyce Wise, Iohn Lenzini.
Sixth Row: Ardell Walters, Iames Gassett, Paul Hartsock, Donald Crews, lesse Ballard,
Raymond Cucchi, Charles Mozi.
"We enter as freshmen . . . tricky new clothes . . . a little green, but a smile
on our face . . . during the year we've learned a lot . . . that 'X' is the unknown
. . . yes, we're freshmen, not once have they let us forget it."
This class started out with an enrollment of 49 at the beginning of the year.
They chose as their sponsor Mr. Grizzell, and class officers, Frank Turok, Presi-
dentg and Vera Abbott, Secretary-Treasurer. They have made a good start
already in school activities, taking part in band, football, basketball, GAA.,
and other activities. They also have a representative on the Student Council.
Stay with it freshies, and you'll be Sophornores next year.
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Krelo, Lester Meyers, Verlie Mae Cawvey, Iames Getzie, Perry Ward,
Pete Re, Betty Io Russell, lean Lipe, Dolores Ward.
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The Senior class presented the play "lt Happened Next Tuesday" on
ecember 3. There was a good attendance and the play was a great success.
I Tom Iones, the leading character, was a small town man Who, seemingly,
ad no interests in the government of his country. Since all he thought of was
hunting, he became rather startled when he returned from his trip to the North
if Woods, to find his family, home, friends, and government being torn betvfeen
the vicious arms of Fascism and Dictatorship. ln the clever Third Act, the plan
of Fascism and Dictatorship tumed out to be a dream. The comedy was fur-
A N nished by Minnetta, the colored maid. There was the portrayal of lots of
melodrama, a little romance, and Americas answer to the challenge of
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Clara Bell, the heroine constantly insists on singing and as luck would
' ave it, she moves next door to the prospective tenant in a boarding house.
She sings continually with a voice that really isn't a voice at all, ocnd in the end,
after many trials and hard times, she is given a contract to sing on the radio.
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This year, as every year, the lunior Class sponsored a carnival. Under
the assistance and guidance of Miss Lucas and Miss Hargis, the lunior Class
made a net profit of Sl26.6O. This amount set a new record for money taken
in by any preceeding carnival. The lunior Class should be complimented on
the fine carnival they had. There were all sorts of games, refreshments, etc.
Candidates for King and Queen were elected from each class. Votes
were sold to determine the winner. Each class could tell how tar their candi-
dates Were by Watching the thermometers. The more votes that were bought,
the higher the thermometer would rise. At lU o'clock the polls were closed
and the winners determined. The Sophomore candidates, Florene Morgan and
Harry Williamson, had the honor ot being crowned King and Queen of the
lunior Carnival of 1942.
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Iune Holshouser, Art and Cartoons, Doris Valerius, Iunior Class Reporter: Peggy Swan, Lowersclass-
meng Dolores Quigley, Musicg Iulia Mery and Rosemarie Kristan, Co-editorsy Loudene Power, Humor
and Feature, and Bill Blacklock, Ads.
Seated. from left to right: Freda Daiiron, Senior Class Reporterp Genevieve Moore, Assembly Programs,
Inez Bergmann, Schoolroomp Doris Rornines, Typist, Elouise Porter, G.A.A.g Dorothy Kopp, Business
Managerg Lois Cawvey, P.T.A.g Arlene Martin, Typist: Mary' E. Frederick, Advertising Manager.
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The weekly newspaper of the Elkville Community High School, gut out A '
by a staff of twenty members, is the important BLUEBIRD CHATTER. Miss
Kachelhoffer was our sponsor the first of the year until her resignation. The
BLUEBIRD CHATTER was founded December 2, 1938, to promote the best
interests of E.C.H.S.
It comes off the press every Thursday, a day everyone looks forward to,
and is sold at noon, at the price of one cent each. lt contains all news of the
school, including sports, music, class news, alumni, P.T.A., jokes, and other
important local news of the school.
A special column, known as "Snoop" is a popular feature of the paper.
The staff of the BLUEBIRD CHATTER this year was chosen by the faculty
and staff of last year.
The BLUEBIRD CHATTER is not only sold to students of E.C.H.S., but also
has many subscribers to whom it is of much interest.
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This years' championship football team gave Elkville one
of the most successful seasons in the history of the school and
the only undisputed championship team since l932.
The Bluebirds played a total of eight games. They finished
the season with a record of seven wins and one loss, playing
schools twice their size or even larger, They scored a total
ot 203 points and had a total of 51 scored against them.
Letter men on the team were: Arkell Wisely, lack Crews,
Cecil Brown, Eugene Robinson, Elmer Cassai, Iames Getzie,
Obecliah Nance, George Mitroka, Fred Pickering, Harrell Car-
ter, Perry Ward, and Bob Saunders. Besides the Senior letter
men on the team other Seniors who saw action were: Bill Le
Pere, Pete Re, and Hubert Etherton.
September 1 l-Elkville
September l8-Elkville Carterville . .
September 25-Elkville .... .... C arbondale .
October 2-Elkville Christopher .
October 9-Elkville Sparta ......
October 16-Elkville Pinckneyville
October SU-Elkville .... .... D u Quoin . . .
November 4-Elkville ..,. .... Z eigler' . . .
First Row fleii to rightl: Eugene Robinson, Elmer Cassai, Arkell Wisely, Cecil Brown, Bob Saunders,
lack Crews, Perry Ward, Iames Getzie, Fred Pickering, Obediah Nance, Harrell Carter, and Charles
Second How: Bob Iones, Bill Le Pere, Norman Iones, Herbert McCall, Andrew Wallace, Bert St. Ivany,
Bill Skarupa, Harry Williamson, George Mitroka, Hubert Etherton, Ralph Creech, and Pete Re.
Third Row: Coach Hall, Ioe Cochran, Wilburn Clark, Iimmy Bowling, Laftollette Conroy, Clifford Nance,
Kenneth Stratton, Bobby Craig, and Bernard Gray.
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First Row: Coach Hall, Herbert McCall, Perry Ward, Cecil Brown, Arkell Wisely, Eugene Robinson,
Elmer Cassai, lack Crews, Obediah Nance, Bill Skarupa, Charley Kristaluzy, Bernard Grey.
Second Row: Richard Brown, Bob Iones, Bobby Craig, Ardell Walters, Donald Crews, Fred Pickering,
Ioe Cochran, Bob Saunders, larnes Getzie, Pete Re, Bill Le Pere, Frank Turok, James Bowling.
The l942-43 Basketball squad representing E.C.H.S. was a smooth Work-
ing combination which managed to win eight of its first eleven games. Like
the football schedule the basketball schedule consisted of schools ranging all
the Way from twice our size to three or four times our size. Even though the
team played under this handicap they always managed to hold their own.
The first five consisted of Cecil Brown, Arkell Wisely, Charlie Krisfaluzy,
lack Crews, and Obadiah Nance. All of the first five were seniors except
Brown. Other Seniors on the squad were Pete Re, Bill Le Pere, Perry Ward,
Elmer Cassai and Eugene Robinson.
SEASON'S GAMES 1942-43
Elkville ..... ...,,...,... H urst-Bush . . , . . .39
Elkville .... ..... A shely .,... ..... 2 9
Elkville .... ..... B enton . . .
Elkville Vienna .....
Elkville Ziegler .,.,..
Elkville Carbondale .
Elkville Du Quoin . . .
Elkville Galatia .r...
Elkville Sparta .....,
Elkville Vergennes .,
Elkville Carterville ..
Elkville Iohnston City
Elkville Christopher .
Elkville Valier ...,.,
Elkville Zeigler .....
Elkville DuOuoin . . ,
Elkville Hurst-Bush ,
Elkville Sparta .,,..
Elkville Carterville .
Elkville Iohnston City
Elkville Christopher .
The Mulkin twlns Mary Kathryn and
Wanda Mae led the cheers again this
year or their second year The girls
took art in ever arne both at home
COACH IVAN HALL
Coach Ivan Hall graduated from Monmouth
College. lt was there that he gained his great
knowledge of football and basketball, Since
coming to Elkville, Mr. Hall has made many
friends and has always been Well liked by his
He also has quite a successful record in the
win and lose column. Since l936, his basket-
ball teams have Won lU8 games While losing
only 72. His football teams have Won 25
games while losing 23. A total of six tourna-
ments have been won under his regime. Thir-
teen trophies h Ced in our trophy
case bY Mr H l's tea ? em have
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First Row: Rosemarie Kristan, Patsy Griffin, Annie Lipton, Freda Daffron, Iulia Simon, Nadine Morris,
Christina Thomas, Doris Romines, Arlene Martin, Dolores Ward, Mary Louise Betz, Golcla Romines,
Miss Ruth Lucas.
Second Row: Mary Lou Tripp, Viola Batteau, Sue Wise, Mae Lane, Betty Atherton, Imogene Abbott,
Anna Savka, Olqa Cucchi, Opal Daffron, Muriel Gray, Eula Walters, Evelyn Burroughs.
Third Row: Betty Io Craig, Ioyce Wise, Theresa Earhart, Virginia Bishop, Florene Morgan, Bertha Robin-
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Fourth Row: Frances Doolin, Dean Boner, Marceline Casleton, Peggy Swan, Beulah Fox, Mary Kathryn
Mulkin, Anna Buvaki, Golda Winchester, Betty Sue Crowe, Mary E, Wright, Margaret Buyaki, Ruth
McCollum, Bernell Morgan.
Fifth Row: Loudene Power, Elouise Porter, Wanda Mae Mulkin, Mary Pickering, Betty Iune Holshouser.
The Girls Athletic Association was sponsored the first half of this year
by Miss Ruth Lucas. Due to her resignation Miss Pauline Douglas sponsored
the organization the last half. The organization started in the year l934, and
has been growing rapidly since. This year there are sixty-two members,
which is the greatest number since it was introduced into the Elkville High
School. At the end of the previous year the following officers were elected:
President, Christina Thomasg Vice-President, Catherine Contri, Secretary-
Treasurer, Nadine Morris. Due to the resignation of Catherine Contri, lrno-
gene Abbott was elected Vice-President.
The season opened with such games as softball, volley ball, bound ball,
basketball and hockey. Other interesting games were introduced.
Letters were awarded each year to those having the required number of
points. The awards are the letter E, the letter l, and the map of lllinois.
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G. A. KOPP'S MARKET
Elkville ' Illinois
"A friendly service"
PAINT and WALLPAPER
Du Quoin, Illinois
B and B SHOE STORE
X-Ray Shoe Fitting
Du Quoin, Illinois
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LASCO AUTO SUPPLY
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Du Quoin, Illinois
HUSTON - PATTERSON
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L. E. Doley
Dr. C. I. Chamness
B. H. Melvin
T. V. Boucher
The slogan we have followed for twenty years:
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But kick to us, and make it strong.
To make things right gives us delight,
If we are wrong and you are right."
CENTRALIA BAKING COMPANY
A Southern Illinois Bakery, owned by two
Southern Illinois Men, hiring Southern Illi-
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Your Elkville Salesman - lay Halsey
Buy War Bonds Today
VARIETY STORE PEoPLE's SKELGAS
Illinois Edward Knowles
ELKVILLE STATE BANK
W. S. Boone
C. I. Chamness
L. E. Doley
Ray S. Copeland
Chester R. Schwartz
B. H. Melvin
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