Francis W Parker School - Record Yearbook (Chicago, IL)

 - Class of 1931

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Q3 FRANCIS W PARKER SQHQQL The PARKER RECQRD Dwllcatzon XX Al TI R R B xluaows 11170, 1111111101918 H1111 s 111' I lllkll JI 1x 1 11111 1111 1' 1 113 111 2' f111f111 1111K 176117 N11 fn xi 11 11611118 ll 11 ll IL fa U1 11' j1l111s 1 111 f11f1111f111 ffm 211111 J . . fo '1 4. A , 1A ,ol-x ,, 1 .V,.,l,- S111 11" A UA' 1"111 ' U' 1155 "'11 fn ff S, 1' kv A '1'1 'S111' 4 1 ' " ' Q .ff '. Fm uwcmi Ulld 1111 Illflf 1 111 Ilf If ll I 1 xfz ' 1 7 I 1 , I rl-fl 1'1'1111' 1111'111o1'11'x of f111jj 31'111'x11f I'111'k1'1', ffl 6' " j1111'1'11!x 1111 f f1'11'111f.s 1111 1111'111111l1' f111'f111'1' of M1 wf 111 1 ' xl'f1',1'11 f7I'Ol'jlfl' ll fm 11111 ' "1'111'1f of flu' 111151 qy'11'- f111s f11'1'1 ffu' 11111 of 1'f11' Q of 7 ' I. 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Ll l.ll'1f ,l.fll-ll x l IISLX Xlx K llllxlxx xllxlv xlu x K I ll JI X c X X I llXlllllf llxxx X Ilfllf I N llfmf Nl lllml llllll Hlfllll lmlzlfrl l ll 4 I llll L I llllfl 1 I I 7 Contents Pnlgl Sthool Sammi Lou tr Cllssts Cn ICILS kthlttms n Xttnmts I X ants H mdv ork Ilttrlturt Humor f Adx trtlsemtms 1 1 1 ' 7 if ' 23 'I ,L t'.' 41 N1 5 49 A I7 I 77 87 L Y ' 95 .l fa 1 99 10' Ill wwrifg n N. Zfg,.e,.'eh, w v S f, lb? 2' ,M ,, Y 'f 7 1 ,VS 'ifbhsggfww - ,f ' Ma., , . , ,,,. ZA ' -74 534, :mt '- '-.-Q" 4' , V1 If A ' , r-Pg : ' x ,S a im 'f'HPllID1ldllI X X 1110 11, Q, ,-9 Ciwixus XY. B1 x'1'1,1w' xx l'IlX1I1lll i. ISM 4 mmm , 'S FLORA J. COOKE Prinripal RAYMOND YV. OSBORNE Assistant Prinripal JESSIE FOSTER BARNES Head of French Department WALTER R.'BARRoWs Heazl of Tenth Grade Tealher of High Srhaol Mathcmatirs CALMER A. BATALDEN Teacher of Manual Training MARION FRANCES BROWN Tearher of Elementary Manual Training NEALE S CARLEY and 0 Latin Department Hear! of Twelfth Grade PEARL BACKUS CARLEY Third Gradn SUZANNE CHILNNEVIERE Teacher of F renrh MARIE CLAUSSENIUS Associate In Art Department ISABEL W CLAYTON Librarian IRENE I CLEAVES Eighth G razfe KATHERINE CLEMENTS Head of Art Department HAZEL M CORNELL Sm enth Grade arm' Teazbrr o History Page I4 fi 2 K LUELLA M. CORNISH Assorialc in Music Department Hrazl of Muxic in First Six Grades MARY C. DAVIS Fourth Grade JOSEPHINE DAVIS Asxislant in Fourth Grade GRACE K. DEWEY Teacher of Mrlal Work HUGH C. DICKERSON Head Tearhcr of Music BERTHA N. ENOCH Suomi Grazlz. ORA B ENOCH Asx1stanlSuond Grade NANCY EPPING AA vulan! Sixth Graxfa SARAH GREENBAUM Asxxslant Eighth Grade MARJORIE GROTE Axsouah Elgblh Grad: -IOSFPHINE HALLINAN Tearher in English MARGARET HAMMET Assormle nz Dramahrs ELIZABETH C HANNUM Haad of English Drparlrm ul FRED L HANNUM Head o Elewnth Grade' .mal o Spanrsh Dvparlmenl Page 15 1 f 'Q' ' 1 Wk,-M,--,,-,,,,,,,,,,-4-,.,-,..,, ,.?..T,......- 1 xx ,-,,...M, ,, ,,.........,,, .M -- -........--.--,.-5, tv Y , , ' N 1 ,.,..,,,,.,.. ,. ., , ,,.. ...A , 5 L., in -,, ,,,,,.,..,.... .-, Y W- ..., H- .-.......-A , V, VVV- -V.--i--,--- TECH" 'M' V V im, ,,,, ,... .W ,,,,,-N..M,-,,,-..,, . I if " WHHHH as A FIV QI g M I MONROE K. HARRIS I I Assistant in Manual Training 1 I BRUCE HINMAN I Assistant Fifth Grade I I ' I QI DONNA H.HoDGMAN , I Assistant Fifth Grade I I 5 CHARLOTTE HOLENIA 1 I Assistant in Musir' Department CATHERINE HURD Asszstant H1 Clay Modeling HERMAN T LUKENS Fifth Grade MARIE LYSLE Assistant in Clag and Art Departments JOHN MERRILL Head of Oral Reading and Expression Department ELSA MILLER Head of Psg rbologg Department PAULINA MITCHELL Teacher of Englnh ALICE A MOORE Trarhcr of Physxral Education A U!!-I BFRNARD I NEGRONIDA Teacher of French VXLUNE D ORNEAS 61' layground Instrurtor DE WITT T PETTY Head of Math:-matrrs Departrmnl Page 16 J , I F. ......J l5.. 4...-TJ Vjvx A b fix I . jx 'I i I I 'I' I l . I ' v W' I I s I E I W , ' I A ' I T I I A ' I 1 I I I ' , I I 'X ix In U M EI - I I -. 1 , M. VW Y V WW ,Q Aw-II EI NATHAN PLIMPTON Assistant in Manual Training MARION L. PORTER Assistant Sewnth Grade ELEANOR A. ROY5 Assistant First Graflz' HENRY SAGER Tvarlnr of German THEDA j. SCHERZ Html of Gvrmun Dvpurtment LURA T. SMITH Hemi o Nintb Graflv Tmuber of Latin aml History ETTA M STEPHENS Szbool Tutor DOROTHY V SUCxDhW 'luulur o Pruub ISADORE THOMAS Assistant Tbml Grade MARY TOPPING Hostess GOLDIE ANN PLNCE Teazbcr o Dormstu Suemz' GRACE VOLLINTINIL Sixth Grade' LEONARD W WAHLSTROM Head of Manual Trammg Department HATTIE A WALKER First Grade Page I7 . '. -,f H. REID P WHISLER Leader of School Orrbrslra WALLACE F WORTHLEY Head o Natural Srzemex Curalor o Museum JANET WORTLEY Asxlsiant Sezcnlls Grade JOSEPH S WRIGHT Head of Pbyxlral Education Bags MABEL M WRIGHT Head of Phgural Edurahon-Girls ELSIE A WYGANT Director of Puplwatzonx HERMAN L YAGER MYRTLE YORK Teacher rn Music Deparfment Head of Gtrls Clasxex FRANCES M ARNOLD Regs.: trar ANNE H COOPER General Secretary ALICE L FALK Asxlstanl m Sverelarfal Work KATHERINE K FRISTROM Swllebboard Operator In Claargr 0 Childrens Areounfs BESSIE M HENDRY Asmlanl In Lrbrary GEORGI: HENDRY Sllpfflllfllldlllf of Burlmlmgs and Groumlv Page I8 f - . f Tearber of Rlsysits and Mathematics f A ' CLARE JEAN MOORE Trarlaer of Remedial Mathemalifx GEORGINA M. L. HENDRY Asxoriafv Hostess NORMA B JONES Fmanrxal Secretary IRNA V KUELLMAR In Charge of Slore MABEL Q MERCER Srrrrlary to the Principal BARBARA STEUBIG Assistant m Serrelwrral Work WILLIAM F MEYER School Prmler KEY TO THE BABY PICTURES Florme Goldsmxth Reeve Luxmore Suzanne Schaeffer jane Dxckson Flora Sager Ethel Webster Melvnlle Rothschneld Robert Schmntz Nancy Corbrn Frances Levy Carl Kroch Vnrgmxa Martm Gerda Bondy Nlxon de Tarnowsky Vxrgnma Langdon Yamta Grossman Paul Hemeck Raymond Galt Germame Benjamm Moe Greenspahn Margaret Foster Mary Palmer Dons Lackrxtz George Zohrlaut Vlfglhla Otley Rosamoncl Kxrtland Wllllam Rutter Natalie Gesas Mary Vlfglnla McKee Morgan Sprmger Natahe Smith Page I9 ILARLY FRIENDS OF THE PARKER SCHOOL It rs 1 IHIIICI' of keen regret th1t the vounger generatron of the Francrs XV Prrleer School l noyy so lrttle of the people yy ho brought rt rnto exrstence thrrty yerrs ago Ly ery chrld lenoyy s through experrenee somethrng of Colonel Parker s rdeas of educrtron, beesruse they strll so lugely rnfluence our LIJIIY yyor k and pl1y, but of those outstyndrng Cl1lClj.,O crtrLens yy ho yy ere members of the sehool s Hrst Board of Trustees who yyorked shoulder to shoulder yyrth Colonel Parker to establrsh thrs school they' probably know lrttle or nothrng To Mrs Blarne, rnsprred bv Colonel Parker the school oyy es rts opportunrty to lrye IDLI eroyy She started rt forth wrth rts burldrng, equrpment, and grounds, and has furthered every step of rts progress, grvrng rt sprrrtual, rntelleetuyl, and financrrl support through rll these years rts yerrt1ble f1rry godmother It rs probyble that only I1 few puprls have ever heard of Dr Henrv B I'1vrll, vyho gaye sueh drstrngurshed servrce to Chrmgo that hrs yy ork h1s been honored by a memorral rn the form of 1 tyy entv room Researeh and Experrmentrl I aborrtory 'rt St Luke s I-Ios prtrl Dr I ryrll, as 1 trustee of the sehool, gsrye rt mueh yyrse counsel and loy 1l support r rts e1rly d1ys NVe should lrke to Sly much more coneernrng hrs sponsorshrp but rt rs httrng thrt yye reserye the SIUIII rem rrnrng spice to pry' our trrbute of 1ppreer1tron to Vlr Cy rus Bentley, whose preture appears rn thrs rssue Mr Bentley WIS Presrdent of the Board of Trustees from the begrnnrng, 'md rn hrs sudden, unexpeeted death l1st uly' the sehool suffered 111 rrrep1r1ble loss Hrs LIIUQIIILI Mrrguet 1nd hrs son Rrehrrd entered the sehool on rts openrnsz, dry, 1nd hrs two lrttle LIFIIILIKIIUSLIIILIS are noyy members of the school group The entrre Bentley frmrly l11s been dey oted to the best rnterests of the sehool throughout rts lrfe Untrl three ye1rs ILO rt XVIS Mr Bentley s h1brt to spend rt lerst one entrre yveele 1nnu,1lly yrsrtrng rll deprrt ments of the sehool 1nd gryrng us hrs eonstructrye, understrndrng errtrcrsm lor IUIHX 1ddrtron to the yy eeklv trustees meetrngs, 1nd they grye therr serrous COIXSICILFIIIOII to ey ery mgle of progress of the sehool In recent ye1rs they h1ye not been rble to t1ke sueh an retrye pyrt rn school rffrrrs, but there has been no eh1nge rn iny' 1speet of sehool polrey or budget yvhrch h1s l1eked therr eonsrderatron 1nd 'rpproy :rl before rt h1s been put rnto effect An outstrndrng eharrcterrstrc of Mr Bentley' yy IS hrs scrupulous rntegrrtv Ind l1rs unsyvervrng futhfulness to yy hat he consrdered rlffbf I-Ie yyas uncomprornrsrneg rn hrs rdherence to duly 1s he conceryed rt, yet under hrs somewhat stern and serrous exterror one drscoy ered 'rn unfarlrng understandrng of human niture I-Ie possessed 1 sprrrturl generosrtv 1nd tenderness toyy 1rd human frarlty yy l1rch made hrm yerv loy1ble to hrs frrends sueh 1s myself, yy ho yy ere prry rleeed to work yy rth hrm closely and drstrnterestedly for 1 common cause One may garn the best rdea of Mr Bentley s educ1tron1l rnsrght and vrsron through l1rs oyy n yyords We wrsh rt yy ere possrble to quote from hrs paper grven at the Unryersrty' of CIIILIQO rt the trme of Colonel Prrker s death but srnee there rs sp1ee for only one CIUOIIIIOII yye ehose IS the better one hrs st1tement of the prrnerples of eooperrtron 'rs 'rgrrnst thrt of prrle gryrng 1nd 1 mrrkrng sy stem as an rneentrye to yy ork yy hreh yy 13 publrshed rn the ertrlogue of 1907 IS folloyys lully ILLOQTIIIIIIQ tl1e unry ers1l lryy of n1tur1l consequences yyhreh IPPIILS to Ill conduet, :good or eyrl thrs Sehool rejeets sueh 1rtrfIer1l rneerrtryes to effort rs prrles 1nd the l'l1'll'lxll1g sy stem belreyrng thrt these emphasrze drstrnetrons yy hreh ought to reeerve no for mrl reeognrtron, thrt they rre rnsrdrously dangerous methods of cultrvatrng selfish drsposrtron, thrt they' foster Lllllell motryes, furnrsh no true stsrndird for mersurrng Page 70 . 1 1 1 . 1 1 , ' 1 I - I ' Y x ox I I I I A I 5' l 1 ...t 1 - 1 1 1 1 - V ' 1, 1 I K 1 II4 I K I .1 , 7 . . 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V.: 1 'I V i 1 IxvI x 1 1 I' X I I ' I Y 'i'i 'I v , A,- I I . , xy , 45 I .I I y 4 1 x y I -' ' . . ,. .,, ' 1 I ' 1. - 'll'Illl1l11tl'lIS md l'llI1LlLl r1tl1er th1n ISSISI 1 Lll5LI'lI11lI11Ill1S1' ludx1111tnt I9 to xx htthtr tl1t sthool lxtt IS tlomg xx h1t nt should do lOl tl1t llikllxlilllll pupll hn1llx tl11t thtx SLI'l0L1SlX ton1p1on11st tht prmtxplt of LOOPLYIIIOI1 1111ong tht mtmbtrs ot tht sthool tommunxtx lpIlI1Q,lplC whlth llts ll tht xerx fountlltlon of tht xx o1l1 of thus bthool Tht motnxt of tffort xxnll bt lf IS hopttl, not stlhsh tI'l'lLlllfIOl1 but tht tltslrt to bt ustfu' nn sthool mtl ln llltl xt1rs CZOOIJLFIIIOII mtl htlptulntss on tl1t p1rt of t1tl1 thxltl Ulxx utl 1ll tht mtm btls of lus oxxn Ql'I1lll LOIXTHILIITIIX IFL tl1t tl11r1tttr1st1ts ol tht spxrlt xx lntlm thus Sthool st11x ts to 1ostt1 Antl no tltxltt bx xx mth tht mtl1x1tlu1l IS tlLl2l1I to ton1p1rtl11s IIIIII1 mtnts xx1tl1 tl1ost of hls ntnqhbon to tl1t l1tttr s tl1sp111s,tn1tnt mtl by xx luth tht gun of ont ll1LlIXlLlLlll IS mxtlt tht loss of xnothtr 19 tttmttl 111 hxrmonx xx1tl1 tht plm of thus Sthool 1 c ot A XVORD FROM F1 I-IE ALUMNI XX nth tl1t xntxx ln mnntl ot SOLll1Clll14 out tl1t llLll1Il'll lI'l lL2I1Ll to thtxr prtftrtntt 1n lLLlI'llOn p1ogr1111s, tl1t tommxtttt 1n th1rs1t thouvht th1t thtv xx oultl tltx11tt sllghtlx from tht usu1l offtrmx, of llumnx stunts 1nd taltnt 1nt'l 11r1nge somtthmg n1ort Intl n11ttlx tonntcted xvnth tht school It xx IS tlttlclttl to Hlllxt. the txtnmg more of 111 open houst 1ff:ur whcrt exexyone toultl WISIY md be host 1nd gutst If tht s1mt tnme, mtl offtr 1s entertunment short, l!lf0I'l11lClNC t1llss tl11t xx oultl sketth tht rettnt tltvtl opmtnts ln PFOLZYCQSIVC Ftlutltlon lntl tspttmlly tht p11t th1t Pxrktr Intl stl1ools xx1tl1 Nhss Coolxt 1ntl Mr Perry Smxth Tht ltteptlon gnvtn thxs PFOQFII11 xx 15 most LI1tl1LlSllSflL xntl It lssurttllv shoxvttl th1t tht lll,ll11I1l enjoyttl lf 1ntl 1rt kttnly mttrtstetl ln tht sthool 1nd 1ll th If lt IS doing Up untll 1 fexx ytxrs 1510, Parktr xx IS nn the usuxl posltxon of 1 vtrv young sthool or 1n oltl tstlbhshetl sthool xx host undtrs,r1du1te botlx hls sutltltnly groxxn by ILIPS 1nd bountls N1mely 1 lustx mstntutlon xxlth 1 ton1p1r1t1xtlV sm1ll or xoung llumnn group xx host members, dut to thexr xouth or sm1ll numbtrs, tould not bt 1 p1rt1Cul1rlx posmxe f1ttor ln the 1ffurs of tht sthool txtept ln tht CISL of 1 ftxx lSOllICd mstmtts The P1rl1cr Alumnl Assoentlon 1s 1 body h1s m the l1st fexx yt1rs rt1thetl 1n 1gt xxfhertlt nt t1n functxon mtl be 1 rt 1l 1sset Problblv tht most xxorthxx hlle mtl ton struttlxt xx ork th1t the 1lumn1 haxe tlont so f1r IS tht fllllflg out of tht qutsuonnurts th1t xx trt sent out by tht sthool Tht msxx ers to those questlonnures h1xt undoubtedly prox en 1 source of much x 1lu1ble lf'lfOI'l1llIlOH to tht flC.LllIy m shlpmg sthool polntlts Thls ont mst1nCe of concerted tooptmtlon IS mertlx one step ln tht threctxon of clostr tont1et between those that hold the 1tt1ve mmagement of the school and tht Alumnl ASSOCl1f1OD To make possible 21 Closer rel1t1onsh1p between the school 1nd the alumm body 15 1 t1sk th1t hes squlrelv 1nd equ1llV both xxlth tht flcultx 1ntl xxlth tht Alumnn Assocnatnon through 1ts othcers Undoubt dlx nt xx 111 t1ke t1me 1nd somt tflort to brnng 1bout 1 sn1ooth tunctnonmg of tht txxo toxx1rtl 1 QIXCI1 goal, but xt t1n bt brought 1bout md should be brought 1bout nf P1rl1tr IS to bt glx tn tl1t eooper1t1on th1t 1t IS tntltled to from 1 group xx ho 1rt tht Drotlutt of the stl1ool 1nd 1re mdebtttl to If Unqutstlonably thtre ns muth tl11t the xlumnl t1n do th1t IS of rtll xalue Intl Ltntht ln thelr rel1t1onsh1p to the sthool How QFCII thns rtlltnonshnp xxlll bt and hoxx qL1lLlxlx nt xxnll roxx ns 1 eh1lltn e 1l1l1t to the school 1nd to ourselx es C1 oRt,1 I sP111 I1,1 1 - i 1 . . xl 1 1 1 I 1 I 1 l ' I . 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E 2 1 1. 1,1131 THE PARENTS ASSOCIATION The Parents Assoention of Pirker has hid 1 wery successful year It has even been sud that this has been one of the best vears the Association had had since its inception One of the principal relsons therefor is thc innovation of monthly meetings of the grade chairman, which hue resulted in more interesting and beneficial grade meetings The meetings of the mothers of each grade have been held regularly, with remarkably good attendance They hate brought the mothers into close contact with thc teachers and have produced real cooperation in studying problems of the children On October 31 the parents heard a discussion led by Dr Oselr Robert Pfister, of Zurich, Switzerland, entitled The Collaboration of Parents and Teachers in the light of Phychoanllysis The December meeting was the usual Toy Shop night with 1 record attendance of ox cr 400 carpenters, painters, seamstresses, etc The results were 1 splendid object lesson of what cooperation can accomplish On March 2 the Executne Secretary of the Progressive Education Association, Mr J Milnor Dorey, outlined to the mothers the principles of that organization interest by many of the parents The series was called Understanding the Parker School and was given in order that the paients vtould haxe a clearer picture of the underlying principles of Progressive Education hovt it opeiates, vihat it accomplishes, vthir ire the most recent dexelopments in this field Six meetings vsere held, with different members of the faculty discussing various phases of the subject Those parents who attended have 1 better understanding of the ideals and aim of the school, and therefore 1 greater appreciation of it Other mnow ations this year were the establishment of the nucleus of 1 library and a Pirents Association Bulletin Board in the fiont hall ln conclusion, let me repeat from my ieport of a year IQO thit this Association exists for all of the plrents, and it is felt that pirtleipatlon in its ietixities xxill react benehciilly on the school teachers, the children and the puents EDC AR 'N C Rl I NI BALX1 lug: 7 P , ' 'if I v 1 ' 1 , v ' 11 K L V 1 , . . K , l K . I .N . V, . ,, . . 1 L . . . ,, . . - Q '. ' , I , ' 7 . 1 k ' N U Y J f 1 l Q l . A Y This year saw the inauguration of a new series of meetings attended with great . . ,, . f. ,, . . . .x Y Y V V . 1 L l Y . Y V ' 2 Y f 1 ' Y . . . . Yi Y. A r . D 1 3' - I 1 I Y I , .1 . h . f . 1 ' . ' ' . . :K 4 ' ' . si -'V y s -- s - s Q ' , -1 - 3 J. , 1 cu -. '. I H2- x F MO HSM f 325 jf! 'wwf Page 4 GERMAINE BENJAMIN Norflazucclm ll Good Judgement a heap of mtellxgence a Hne sense of humor all help to make up the loy able jlmmv who IS ready to help anyone 1t any txme In athletxcs she has shown us her sklll and sportsmanshlp more than once and as secretary of the Fr1endly Relations Club has proved to us her capa blllty She IS a loyal friend and because of her CXPRDSIVC personallty has made a notable pl1ce for herself ln the class Jimmy recognized by every one as a good scout and 1 peach of a gxrl GERDA BONDY N07fl7lLF9fCll7 XVho IS the g1rl wlth the dangerous broyyn eyes and the flymg h1xr5 The glrl who IS never seen studymg but alvs ays knows her subject? None other than Gerda Gerda ns frxendly and gemal and always has a clever lcmark to lnen up a dull conversa tnon ln the field of athletncs she IS out standxng Gerda xs one of our best fighters cspecmlly rn basketball she has won het spurs Gerda always has somethlng orngx nal to do or say and IS bubbhng over wrth vnu and vxgor No one could possrbly escape the ntrlgue of her f1sc1n1tmg per sonalnty NANCY CORBHN Mount Holyoke Nancy IS qulet reseryed slovs to censure and never g1ves an opnnon unless asked She IS a loyal frnend yyho endears frnend shxp and respect Nancy IS a lox er of muslc and has an envxable appreclatxon of the arts Nancy has been a loyal member of the XVeekly and on the athleuc teams She IS consclentxous about completing eyery job lssx ned to her to the b st of her abllnty To whom xs It that vse go for answers to our qucstzons on Latm or chem and who IS t tlnt wxll stop yy hat she ns domg to try nd put 1 httle knowledge 1nto our l'lC'ldSD It s Nancy and mxrablle dnctu after hen expl n1t1on ue usually comprehend' She rs an exe llent student lnvnng the lughest axex ge nn the semor class and the yullmg ness to help others makes her abllxty twlce as xaluable. NIXON dc TARNOWSKY Harvard "Nicky" has been with us twelve years now, and in all that time we have never known him to fail to perform any task as- signed him. He is a very apt pupil and stands high in his class. The Weekly has claimed a good deal of his time ever since his freshman year, although during his junior year he was class president. He has been rewarded for his work by advancing to higher offices on the Weekly, until last year he was made editor. Under his untir- ing efforts the paper established and main- tained a high standard. He made an ex- cellent cynic as "Jaques" in the class play. "Nicky,' is an admirable character. JANE DICKSON N 0 rfb wrs tern A keen sense of humor, a real desire to help people an appreciation of friendship, an openness that when occasion demands borders on brutal frankness are the gifts that have endeared Jane to us in the few short vears that we have known her I these few years however she has done much She has not only been our class sccretlry but was assistant judge for a term and performed her duties well and cheerfully She IS quite a little actress and one of her hobbies outside of school is tak mg part in many plays She is the possessor of 1 lovely voice and can always be counted upon for a good alto We all know that with Janes many abilities she will find something which she will enjoy doing JULE ECKER Barnard Jule joined our Parker group three years ago lfter several years abroad She lived in Italy most of the time and has brought back to us enthusiastic stories of her sojourn there She is gifted as a musician too indeed she plays the violin so well that she has been one of our school orchestra stars She is also the possessor of a charming voice ule might use anv of these accom plishmcnts to advantage when she leaves school but she seems to be turning rn an other direction and expects to pilot an air plane nn the near future Page 25 .4 5 1 1 . . n , 5 , . . , L , , 1 - , . . r ' - ' 1 ' s . r I ' K 5 ' K 1 Q , K 1 l - , J - J . 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W A V I 4 Yr I-MY' H- f ,rd NWA!-4 -rgggggl 4 K L, .Wm E g Y,-ww,,W-,H,A....,,.-.- . w..t..T.., fm--. -Y - V A-U U V -,A W YA 1 AM,,,,,, ,, Q, , ,, ,Lf l, J.- -,-,-,,.Y,..-,.. ,..Y, - ...-Y....-Y--a--af . -- f - -- f--jHA'A Nl' B- M offs J Xu Jv ty- 7 r ,J 5 Paqr' 26 MARGARET FOSTER Goucber Margaret wlth her jolly dnsposxtnon has graced our class for a great many years now and none could ever weary of her She rs extremely helpful ln all projects and her kmd sympathetlc nature IS lrresxstlble Dur mg Toy Shop her untnrmg efforts pro vnded happlness for many She proved her ablhty as an actress m her portrayal of Phoebe nn the class play Margaret has an unselfish generous splrnt and spreads cheer wherever she treads The school w1ll certalnly mxss our well beloved auburn haxred Margaret RAYMOND GALT Wzllzarfze Ame IS the most talked of member of our class H1s nalvete and seemmg com plex for makmg breaks have furmshed us many mlrthful moments But probably hrs more serlous characterxstlcs are most promlnent You can always count 0 Ame whether you want hls oplmon or h1s help He takes real dellght ln helpmg people H1s consmentxousness and delnb erateness have accompllshed many thmgs and h1s sxncerlty and serxous but fun low mg nature have won hum many frnends Ht ms qunte a hero to younger chnldren ot whom he IS very fond Ames 0lHCl3l ac comphshments m hrgh school are many He was presldent of student government busl ness manager of the Record captam f heavy we1ght basket ball and hero of th senior play NATALIE GESAS Norfhzwsfrrrz Namlxe came lnto our class five years ago and made a place for herself quickly and vuth ease She IS our leadmg songstress and on sarlous occasions has gxven us the benefit of her talent She took one of the leadmg parts ln last years operetta and rhr year as head of the Glee Club has presented sev eral fine programs at the Forum ThlS group under her guldance has mdeed reached Hne heights Nat has a pleasant dxspos txon IS llvely and IS good company She has many devoted frxends and ns esteemed by them for her qualrty of loyalty All ID all she IS a peach and we are all tor her xl 1 , . . . . . , Y . . , 9 - ' ' ll I1 A ' ' - ll 9, ' 3 ! Y . - , - f J ,X J, ll 1, ' 5 Y fr f JJ, . ' ' ' ' - . , X 5 . I U H G Qt 5 J ' A 0:-xi. . . . . f 5 A -A' v fj t . n -. QQ Y, ' ' ' x If I 'I J , K -,J . 3' R' fr' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' L A in 4 . . fi! ref s D' . . . . r , Y AJ, Q -1 W: . l 3 I ' g-7X X' j J -' Q . ' . . f Alxfxhs A ,-J 'J - H , as - l - ,jx IL N' . . , ' 4' I , u S, . . . ,, , - fu , 0 4 Y, ' I D . , . V . . . . l , . , s ' 5 ' 1 ' KK ,Y ' :' . . , , . W 7 ' U n , . FLORINE GOLDSMITH Smith Be kmd to dumb anlmals was Felnxs chosen mscrxptnon for her parchment In seventh grade-and could there possnbly be a sentence that would be more character xstnc9 She ns a horse woman of fame t whlch fact the many trophies m her posses snon bear testnmony There are truly rare qualmes about thxs country gnrl Audrey that make her a favorlte wnth us all Hugh up m the l1st we may mentlon her unusual sense of humor She ns noted for her loy alty and ns generous beyond measure Thus makmg a summary of the afore mentloned pomts we find She IS fond of and kmd to ammals rndes and jumps horses notably xs qulte an actress ns strlkmgly humorous ns loyal has a warm and generous spmt and all nn all IS a fnend to be prnzed MOE GREENSPAHN Moe IS our class musxcnan He has for the past year been concertmenster ln the school orchestra and has given us all great pleasure through his sklllful mterpretatlons Thls IS but one of the means by which he has exhlbnted has superxor mtellect H uses hxs alert mind 1n the solutnon of prob lems far too dlfhcult for the majornty Wnth the minimum of effort he has achleved a scholastxc record for whnch most of us hope lessly struggle Moes mtellxgent prcsenta tnon of the old man Adam m As You Lxke It stlrred the emtlons of all Hxs artlstxc temperament together wnth hxs un usual ab1l1ty already have assured for hmm an mterestmg Held for work YANITA GROSSMAN Oberlin Good natured easy golng and always wnllmg to glve her frnends a hand thats Yanxta She came to us ln her freshman Vear and has always been well llked IS cu1ts always stands up for what she thmks IS rlght Thns IS one of her most admlrable trants She IS a good student and devours one book after another ulck wntted l ways jolly a dnllgent worker on the Weekly and presldmg wxth poxse over the Frlendly Relations Club she IS an all round good fellow Because of these charactens t1cs Yanlta has had and always wall have many frxends Page 2 Q! ' ' I! ' Y y . - , 0 - - - - u an 1 a 1 ' ' 1 , I S 5 5 S . 7 . . 1 1 4 . C , . , . . - u as v u x . ,, . . . , . , - Q y s . . . . , . U . I , . B - . ,, . ' 7 - Q ' 7 3' I , . , - Y 1 isffwwfeii, we CP ffl QJ Paqr' Z8 JOSEPH HASER Principia Joe is known and liked by everybody. He is always full of pep and vivacity, even to the point of sometimes being rambunctious. This young man, who joined us in sixth grade, has very dark hair and eyes, and is quite tall and fairly husky. He is bright, and his gay humor and kittenish pranks make the corridors in spite of the monitors ring with bubbling mirth Joseph has a s rious side to his nature and is going from here to law school after which he plans to start a practice and eventually erase from Chicagos fair name the smirch of gang dom s rule Our best wishes go wlth him PAUL HEINECK Clalrago Paul is one of the old timers in our school having entered thirteen years ago in our kindergarten class During all these years he has gained a reputation as one who never gives up but keeps on trying until he gains his end His perseverance and his grim determination are his Sttongest char acteristics Paul never cared for athletics xcry much Hovx ever in hlS senior year he went out for the Parker Eleven and earned a major letter playing the role of one of our star tacklers Paul is to study medicine in college and will go into the pursuit of his chosen work and we are sure to hear a great deal from him ROSAMOND KIRTLAND Clazcago Blondes of the fairy tale type are few and far between It is not often that the blue eyed fair skinned heroine is found in real life with the added advantage of a sweet and friendly nature which invariably char acterizes the leading lady of these stories Those who have been associated with Roddy in any way know that we are fortunate in having this phenomen right here m school Smiling on every one alike she has never been knovs n to refuse a request which she was able to fulfill Her excellent art xx oik has been the high standard for the artists of the school With every reason to affect a superior air she has shown innate superiority by her simplicity of manner 3 3 e . . . , . . ! . , . . 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CARL KROCH Cormll Carl owns a car a new one at that Theres enough to make him popular but Carl has earned his popularity on his own merits He is quiet and forceful he says little but somehow one listens when he does speak He has a very dominant personality and he is one vshose opinions are often sought Carl has always read the latest book has seen the latest play and is delv ing into the current scientific achievements Carl is never excited he takes everything as it comes but has a zest for the new and thrilling Carl s unfailing interest in every thing about him and his excellent sense of humor make him interesting company Carl is photographic editor on the Record is on the football team and is active in student govenment DORIS LACKRITZ Chicago The proverbial temper which is sud to go with red hair such as Doriss has in her case been led into channels whlch make her not fiery but delightfully vlvaclous Her st1b1l1ty of character was shown ln her firm the intelligent handling of the part of Touchstone in the s mor play She is ex tremely musical and sings and plays the piano with equal cleverness Doris is an 1ll around athlete who can be depended upon to do her part brilliantly Sue has sound reasoning powers and a will to carry out h r decisions whlch will put her far ahead in the days to come VIRGINIA LANGDON Sarah Lawrence Anyone would know our charming Ginny by her cheery smile for she is one of those rare people who seem to see the bright side of every situation She can be serious too and she is always ready to help for she is one of those rare friends who can be counted upon at all times During stu dent actlvxtles Ginny is often found in the senior room playing her banjo other times she may be seen working at her favorite mdoor sport clay modeling We expect her to make her mark in this field and we are sure that some day we shall find her name high up among the list of nmpor tant sculptors , . , . Y ' 7 . , . I Y . V . . 9 s ' 3 . 1 . . , .. . . . , . l' Y 1 . . . , . , . leadership of the Forum, her versatility by ve an - D - ' - 3 , ' ' . l ' . e 1 ll ' ll ' ' Y V . 7 7 ' Y . . . U . ,, . . . , ' . At , . 5 N' Pug 0 FRANCES LEVY C1911 ago If you vrant a job responsrbly fulfilled just let Frances attend to rt for you She rs one of the most capable oblrgrng grrls of our class gracrous at all trmes and her consrderatron and thoughtfulness are unsur passed She possesses an excellent sense of humor as well as a deep apprecratron of the fine arts Her scholastrc abrlrty rs the hrgh est and she rs a very mterestmg conversa tronalrst Her travels have been extensrve and her contacts rn Russra Constantrnople and other forergn places would provrde fas crnatrng readrng matter Her company rs strmulatrng and any one fortunate enough to have her frrendshrp should value t hrghly Every one admrres Frances wrth her charmrng manner and the pleasrng per sonalrty whrch reflects from her sparklrng brown eyes REE VE LUXMORE C hzca go football player and rs equally noted for hrs abrlrty on the tennrs court the basket ball field and the golf lrnks We have even heard tell of hrs experrences rn the wrlds of the West where he became profrcrent for hrs horsemanshrp He rs especrally noted for hrs fine record as a bowler and we often hear hrs fellow classmates prarse hrs work Reeve has not stopped wrth athletrcs H rs a good student and rs on the Weekly staff He has gone along wrth us rn a quret even way and we know that he wrll keep up the same satrsfactory pace after he leaves Parker VIRGINIA MARTIN Rock ord Anyone who has watched Grnny drrb ble down the hockey field or make one of her many baskets wrll agree that she rs a born athlete Her qualrty of leadershrp rs recognrzed by her electron to the captarncy of the grrls basketball team Then oo she vras loxelv rn the Chrrstmas tableau as the Madonna Besrdes rn As You Lrke It she rnterpretated a krnd and beloved Duke Senror Gmnys cheerful srsposr tron and generous nature have endeared her to us and vrherever the way may lead we are sure that she wrll attract to herself a host of frrends QR I ,V 1 1 'Q' 'K 5' I - ,,, . 4 , U ',, 't f ' . U J' 2 f rn '17 N V . A , . , . . . 3 Q Y D, , . . . - 3 I y 4 l 1 a I I . , C . . I . - , . 1 Q - , C N Reeve is a good, all-round sportg he is a 3 f , . 7 . Q 3 .J ' , ,Q 1 ' ' . e X . . . . . . . , 1 , , 3 f ll ' Y! ' - . E , . A I 3 ' ' . , t , 1 ' 7 , n ' ' - N - y H - -- l . l 1 'Y V Y .fa MARY VIRGINIA MCICEE Wzlleslm A strlklng lookmg gxrl wxth flashmg brown eyes and dark har M V IS 1 t about what she looks mtelllgent wntty vnvaclous She IS stranghtforward and hon est sometxmes rather outspoken No one loves a good joke any better than she though she usually gets the po nt before you re through rellmg lt But do not thlnk she cannot be serxous She IS very level headed a-nd has an excellent reasonmg power She has dlpped a wlllmg hand mto many non academnc orgamzatlons student govern ment and extemporaneous speakmg smce her freshmen year and the Record she was captam of the hockey team and a member of the other athletlc teams M V has the courage of her convnctlons and wnll go far VIRGINIA OTLEY Prmczpm Vlrglma IS known to every one as Susne No good reason for thls mckname has ever been found except that lt just seems to fit her so well Golden hanred brown eyed and laughmg ns our sunny Susle She IS lrttle sport She holds the posntxons of sec retary treasurer of the Forum and secretary treasurer of the Fnendly Relatlons Club on the councll m Student Government and ns a member of the Record staff SUSIE wlth her many friends no enemxes and her radnant personalnty rs a general favornte MARY PALMER Wellesley Mary calm and serene facmg the world wnth a sweet and lmpenetrable mask Slttmg before a mxrror maklng the most horrnble faces and laughnng lxke a llttle rr Refusmg to eat her 1ce cream m a hurry even though frantxc frlends plead w1th er Readmg an old diary out loud and blushmg furnously as anclent secrets come poppmg out Glvmg a perfect 1m1tat1on of Greta Garbo and other more personal fnends Never quarrellng always tact ful always careful of ones sore pomts And then of course Mary presldmg wnth equammxty over a turbulent Record meet rn Glvnng a b autlful and smcere performance of Rosalind m As You Luke Altogether a much loxed and most adorable person ns Mary Vu ,V-4 g J-2"'v:rffV vi' in Ny""'M 031' w1"'Jkl-JJ wwf Lb Puqr il R' l , 7 - i , . . ' 'us ' ' -- - , ' , L My . . Q . . - , 9 . ' 6 i- ' , 5 . .I u A . " . 9- dy' - . I' . . . ' ul p.-fl . . Q f ' 7 9 A responsible, friendly, peppy, and.a plucky ' ' , is h . . . ' ' F . . KN . . . , , ' - f J v g. . l . . I 8 . - lr ' ' 1 1 It." . . ' Page 32 XVILLIAM RITTER Michigan Fverybody knows old Bnology B111 Barrmg Mr Worthley B111 knows more about b1rds and IDSCCIS than any two peo ple 1n the school If you don t be11eve It get up at 6 30 some mornmg th1s sprmg and walk through the park Youll no doubt find B111y and Mr Worthley gomg on a b1rd hunt through the leafy glades of our spac1ous Lnncoln Park B111 IS a lover of an1ma1s and 11tt1e ch11dren and can usually be found playmg w1th one or the other B111 IS also much 1nterested 1n photography and 1S always w1111ng to help you take PIC tures 1-Ie has a xery sunny d1spos1t1on and lu 'Lys greets you w1th a S1'l1llC and when you see that twmkle ID hlS eye you can be sure that somethxng IS up' EDWARD ROGERS Nofn Danze Fdd1e came to us last fall vxell recom mend d and he h1s certamly lned up to our expectat1ons A deft s1destep a PIVOI lllttlflg the ends or a smash crash and head on dlVC through the 11ne We all re member what he d1d to Lat1n on that mem orable day last full and are s1ncere1y grateful to h1m Edd1e has made a host of fr1ends t Parker and th1s IS merely because of h1s stralghtforward and lovable nature No one ever sees Edd1e wnthout a SI'111C and a pleasant word for somebody As h IS a natural athlete we look forward to b1g thmgs from Edd1e 1n college MELVILLE ROTHSCHILD Cornell Wfho has not seen Me1v111e fex er1sh1y tw1st1ng h1s ha11 wh11e workmg on a par t1cu1ar1y annoymg exam? But yet If must be soothmg to the bra1n for Mel does well 1n these moments of stress Mel has at tended Pflrker eleven years and has many frxends students 1nd faculty although some of the latter may have felt a tr1f1e annoyed at t1mes at h1s determ1nat1o11 1n askmg ques t1ons The possessor of natural v11t and a great capac1ty for remembermg jokes from L1fe Mel 15 popular 1n 111s class One xx ould not call 111111 steady for he he works 1n decnded spurts but h1s success IS assured once he puts h1s m1nd to somethmg Mel has serxed on the counc11 and IS a member of the Record . 5 f',"x 'L W, ,N .1 Cl ' ' ,I ' 1 . , . . ' 7 I l V I A V . . . H1 Y Y ' . .. . , . . . s V . . 2 y L l . . 7 ' 5 9 and a beaut1fu1 runback-that was Eddie, K S a 1 v K 7 . I I A e ' , 7 . Q I 5 . V. I u - n ' ' ' , . ' 9 , Y . . FLORA SAGER Wisrorzsin Flora, giggling so infectiously that she sends the whole senior English class into gales of mirth. . . Sitting by the piano and singing away to herself for hours in a lovely soprano voice, though she dislikes extremely to sing in public. . . Giving a humorous and wholly delightful portrayal of Silvius in the senior class play. . . Always taking the side of the under dog and championing him valiantly against all criticism. . . Sel- dom doing any studying and getting re- markable marks in spite of that, for she pays strict attention in class. . . Flora, quiet and demure in public, blossoming into a most absorbing and interesting person in private. . . Doing the kind generous and gallant thing always. SUZANNE SCHAEFFER Illinois Golden haired Sue has won the hearts of all with her abundance of charm She has possessed a Winsome personality ever since we ve known her Small wonder then that she was chosen to be the leading lady in our senior play and we shall long remember her excellent and sympathetic interpretation of Rosalind Her interests and talents are many and varied She is a great lover of books writes well and has a fine sense of beauty But best of all she is a loyal friend and unusually tolerant She IS the schools representative in the Red Cross and is on the Record staff She holds other offices and is capable and faithful in all ROBERT SCHMITZ Chicago Six feet four of good fun that s Bob He heartily enjoys himself at school getting a laugh out of everything and spreading joy with his clever quips Bobs laugh is quite audible and it is remarkable how sol emnly he keeps a straight face as judge al though occasionally he does break out in 1 smile His versatility shows up at the Forum where his specialty dancing is usually the big hit Entering the school five years ago Bob has gained the friendship of all who have known him through his pleasant gen al manner Bob is president of the senior class and a member of the Weekly staff he plays on the basketball and football teams and is an active member of the Forum f if xr' Page 33 'X... Lag-4101.5 ltl' ww-DQ' "" 5,40 ,Yuba , We fi , , , i ' 9 7 7 ll ' 77 ' 7 7 ' 7 7 - , . . 7 ' Y r - , i o K G. , . 7 ,bi R . . . . , . fb 3 p . . . . . l. - I . . - i 7 l . . . . . i x. ,,,' . . I . , . . . . Y - 3 i . . . A Ag I 1 , 7 S ' I - . , C , a , , , 4 ,, ?RY9r, D i 'm. W 1, X- . If ' l il I -i I F..B-Meme tUM-,hfNM-Made-Q rage wi -7 1, Xfvf-----Y-.-.,-...---.--,iz7..,, , , ., , J 11 -f .-.- ff W W . W f f V- frrr H H K ,-,,,-,-,-,,,-W,-,-W -K lvfr -me omni, Wil I X T 1 NATALIE SMITH Chicago Who hasn't seen Natalie holding the Held in hockey or Hghting her way to victory in basketball? She is one of our quickest athletes. Some one once said of her, "One thing about Smith is that when you want her to be ready on the spot she is there before you have time to vsish t T is characteristic is expressed in relatlon to her friendships as well as 1n sports She 1S loyal and generous She is kind considerate and obliging to a degree that makes the average person seem selfish ust as Natalie won her major basketball letter we are sure that she mll haxe to her credit many other fine achiex ements MORGAN SPRINGER Mike Springer though a belated mem ber of our class is a much beloved one His ready wit can be counted upon at all times and that he IS a talented punster we all agree And his ability in a more seri ous field has been shown by his efficient management of our football team He IS particularly friendly and is extremely well liked by every one Morgan is greatly in terested in the theater and attends all the worthwhile productions Mike is a steady all round dependable fellow and a good sport besides We are sure that he will make good at Butler where he plans to go ETHEL WEBSTER Comlecllfuf Ethel is that tall well built good looking girl She has a marvelous sense of humor and a love of fun She is Widely read and has the ability to retain that which is of interest or vshich is in any Way valuable to her She writes well having a large vocabu lary at her command When you bring problem of any kind to her her whole and individual attention is yours For a task requiring capability intelligence 1nd ex ecutne ability one thinks lmmediately of Ethel She has taken a conspicuous part in he schools non academic actixities student government the Record and the athletic teams which she has often cap tained Once Ethel has set herself to 1 goal he has enough determination and brains to tram it ' f if 11' . . . 3 . , . 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' ' +45 'f 'J br ., ' - - 7 i , J .gr t 1 . ? xr, 4" C t . 1 3 x .. 5 4 'f '- JJ lhzgui-I GEORGE ZOHRLALT A orlfmc vle 1 II Xxatch that httle fella' x s the x ll of one of our opponents ID 1 footblll eune Well that xx1s excellent tdvncc As qutr terb1ck on the footb1ll tetm Shorty not only c1lled sngnals aecurltelx and smely but could get through the sm1llest hole the f1stest of lny m1n on the te1m H hts g11ned the admnratnon of exery one 1 1 st1r 1thlete both ln football and on the b1sketb1ll team But Shortv as not only to be xvatched m athletxcs Besides bemg 1 good schol1r he IS one xx hom xxe knoxx 1nd respect as 1 le1der He xx ts eleeted xnee president of Student Gox ernment during., hls semor yexr and xxts tre1surer of the class all through hugh school Shorty IS much mtelested In dr1m1t1cs 1nd has been 1ct1xe ln the Iorum pl1ys 1nd ID the cl1ss stunts ASSOCIATE NIENIBERS Or xaxu Robert MeKenn1 Se1bom W'hatley Robert Work Wllllam Bog1n Edna Schoellkopf john Victor Leroy Fxedman janet Lee Leonard Parnell Alene Stem Frances Welnshelmer Betty Cahn Thomas Donahue Lucy Faxrbank John Hack Phyllis Kollnskx Daxxd Moore Kaxmond Nlurphx Burton Xoorhees Paul XX rlde Babette Box sen H1rrx Dtuernhelm GR KDE LI A xw llt1 1lt1 11th 10th l0t1 10th l0t 10th 10th 10th t t 1 t t 1 t1 t t t t th t St THE SENIOR CLASS Reeves Morrison Vlurrlyf Wolbach l1ck Clark Armand Deutsch Donald Roth Eleanor Tevander Nlancx Traxlor Roberta Wlghtman Howard Berhalter Stanley Bnggs joseph Hempstead Barnard X'I3g1l'lI'llS Ken Morgan 'Vlargaret Mortenson ames I vnch Hester Schoemngex lerom XVesterfeld George Brommersburg, Wlllnam Schmldt Alxln WCISS lohn Collins Sulanne Hoxxe Itmes Kemper I I E I IZ tl I I E t t IZ I I I I I t El 4t t Puqe JJ e!L0 g QLA- 'L rv!! 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I' 1- V h K. 1 ..,.4h CLASS PROPHECY Stltlon I XV P, noyy broldelstmg on 1 televnsnon frequency of three hundred md thnty krlo eyeles bv authonty of the Iederal Teley 1s1on Commnsslon Xour tnnouneer ns Melvrlle Rothschnld, sueeessor to the late Floyd Gnbbons We open our program Iune 9 1941 at ten oeloek an the mormng, wlth an old favorlte, Cause I Stull Get 1 Thrnll Thmknng of You, rendered by that popular crooner, Cark Kroeh, aceomptnled on thc pleeolo by hls chlrmmg WlfC, the former Mary Palmer Lldles 1nd gentlemen of the televnslon audlence, through the courtesy' of the Laek r1tL, Laekrntl and Lackrxtz Iulm Coorporauon, we are broadcasting a one act drama by Mary Vlrglma McKee entltled How Love Came to the Potato Planter, featurnng those tyyo Idols of the sxlver screen, Yamta Grossman and Reeye Luxmore Now vue hlve 1 rlre trelt nn store for you Mmdame Germame BLI'llll'l1lf'l, the golden yoneed pnml donnl of the Cnvne Opera Company, who xs on hex wly to Iiunston, Mus yourn, to eonfex with Nlf1llC Smnth the HFS! female CCITICIII nnxed 1n the Umted Stmtes, hms been pelsulded to slng for us betvyeen trams Her hrst seleetlon will be ueen Ptstoles Teleynslon ludxence, Vlr Edward Rogers wlll address you Ill eonnectlon with the XXIOITIID s Chrnstnn Temperanee Unlon on the subject of prepared baby foods, after whxeh you yylll hen ln mtervlew wnth Moe Greenspahn, present football eoaeh If INotre Dzme It ns noyy one Lhxrtv o eloek and yye swntch you from our mun studno to the audl LUIIUIN of the I rlnels W Plrker School, Where the annual Board of Idueatxon meetmg ns noyy nn progress Speakers of the day Include Mnss I'lor1ne Goldsmrth, sueeeednng Mlss Ilorl I Cooke ls punclpll of the school, who w1ll gxye a talk on Progresslye Eelueltlon, Nlorgxn Spunger ehemxstrv professor at Harvard wall glye 1 tllk based on Vnrgmn Otley s newest opus, Ady anced Chemxstry for the More Brnlhant Mmd folloyy ed by 1 speeeh on Soenl Aetlyntres of the Adolescent, by Mr Paul I-Iemeck, who has been seen of late ehekmg the eastlnets nn Mr Eldrxdges place Mnss lule Eeker yudely flmed IlkldLI'I'l1lSK speuks on I-Iow I Overcame My Dnstnste for Pnekled XVorms Mxss Nttmhe Gesas, Dem of Wonwexm IE Vassar, vyull speak on Ontogony Recapntulates Phylogonv Vllss Gerdl Bondy ISSISIIDI to Mrs I-Iannum, of the Enghsh Deplrtment, wnll gnve the eoneludung zddress on the subjeet of The Value of Domestrc Selence to the B1ehelor I ae y Good evenmg televlslon audlence, here we are back agann nn our mann studro, where yye w1Il gxve you nevys flashes of the day The headlmes of this eyenmg s papers announce Mlss Margaret I oster, yvxdely famed avlatrlx, as wmnmg the non stop paraehute jumplng eontest Also ln 1 promment place on the front page we fand that Sear faee Arm Cult, Sultan of Cnngdom, has recently became engaged to Gmny Martln Cmrlna of Bootlegdom Turmnv the page we see a plcture and feature story of I'lor1 Sager, the gnl bandnt of the border, eonvneted on a eharge of safe breakmg She tearfully aseubes her e lreel of ellme to her elose lssocxatlon vylth 1 crook xn the Senlor Play' of 31 In eon neetlon yyxth thus slme produetlon yye learn that Mxss Su7anne Schaeffer and Mlss lI'1I1ClS Hlnnah Levy' lnfluenced by thelr taste of the w1ld ln the forest seenes of As You I Ike It h ue nude blg game huntnng therr hfe yyonk They departed today for the wllds of the Amllon CSLOI ted by M1 Wlllldlll Rltter, former 'IHIIHJI tralnel and syy ord svy allower 111 IDlL,lySOl1 s Mlmmoth Sey en unged CIICUS On page hfteen an lnterestlng altnele greets our eyes, Seeond Anne Semple MacPherson dlscoy ered Roddy Iylrtland eurnes on 1s Igy IDQQIISI Turning to the spolts sectlon, three ey ents of speelal lnterest Ilg I6 , . , , -. 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X Q f .4 , ,5 1. 1 1 jk 1 QR 'ily' ,li .1 V . , J I' fd . xv' J I ,t f 1 .1 ' ,JJ NJ .N A-f Buff Rott Sthttn1t7 Washburn Sammons Stapleton Sclsor lzlchb rt X1JZl!'Il1lS Cgraumnn 7-171111 R114 Pzttxson Brxdbts Lxnth XXLISS Nast Adtlman Rtdmond Holland Pabst Mr Hamum SAKUII1, Iifll lxtllobs Bethg,t Rauch Dtmorest Cobb atubs Morton brttnltat Conntr And rson Ilzxt Razz lr.1nl1e'1te1n Sobtl Ixlatter Lenblmt, Horlt M1xtr Xhurtr dt Tarnovxsltx Lhltmann MODEST JUNIORS We the Dllgllfy Iumors, tclhze th1t there IS bx no means tnouvh sp1tt to tell o tht mnumerable fine things xxt dnd so xxe slull tell of those fl1ll1QS xxhlth xxt dld not tlo xx hlch brought us to out pltstnt hugh plttt H1 tht sthool xx tll xxt thmlt It s l'll' h XV1th admirable fortltude for suth 1 bunth of Urttns xxt xtfruntd fl0l'lI hzxnv pllms and candles It out freshnnn party Ve dld not h1ve 1 stunt 'tt out SOpl10l110lC putx htrtbx lllILlgLl1lfnI1f' 1 ntxx md bettet type of party Xxnth our usu1l elmrmmg orngnnalltx, xxt dnd not tlx to tnd studtnt LIOXLIIIINLIII 18 so many other jumot classes it Plrltex hut 1tttmpttd to do fttt thlt our Class was the bltltbone of tht LXYLIUDOIIIILOLIS Sptllxlllf' ttllh and :ts t1pt1m xx1s 1 jumor NWC dnd not mass 111, opportunntx to bt lt ldtxs Ill tht pubhshnng md tdmng bust ntss We pmttltallx r1n the Vvetltlx 1nd tht Record We dld not lose 1 bzsletblll gune to tht prtstnt dlx SLl1lOI'S, from tht sextnth 2:l'lllC up md, of tourst, our tlrls ut suptrxol 111 mx spott thtx ltitlhpt We drd not sxt by 1nd ltt out SUPCFIOFS fm 'tg onlx tlltt tht l Jl'lLlSl1D ttn lttlts Tht football t.1pt.11n the htght xx elght bisl-.etblll tlpmm 1nd txx elxt lttttx mtn XXLIC members of our lllLl9f1'l0US tltss XX nth our xersltllc lnttlltttull lbllltj xxt p1ssed most of out tx uns fdon t Call us hus for n Couple of llgtbrl probltms md Irtnch xerbs And list, but of tourse not ltlst xxt ntxtl brat Us xxt hont xou hlxt notlttd 1bout our mtgmficent 1b1htx ln all forms ot xx ollt md plax xx HEFIIR swxfxioxs OTTO P11351 1,1 -I jf f " l rf .3 1 ' M 2 4 N . 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A Well get re1dy for 1 mce phone blll nt' Do you Jan to doubt 10 NVe are both b1sltetb1ll 1nd footb1ll teams, and 1n lrtlst, L1t1n professor 1nd 1n emu Hello Yes, thus IS the number Vx'h1t ns You have somethmg 1bout the other cl1sses9 though the cl1ss of 33 h1dn t done any thmg' Our class IS a good class Do you doubt ll powerful cl1ss St1rs from our el1ss 1re on 1lso b1seball Why, we h1xe 1 1n1them1t1c11n, J! nent author combmed lll our xlee pxesndent Ou: plesldcnt IS 1 fine mln, too 1nd usually c1n be found xxnth 1 certun Sonny Then xxe h1xe sever1l grelt fem llc schollrs xx ho thxnk nothmg of Je s and E s Its n true thmg th1t xxe h1xe upset tht theory th1t persons of the femmme gender 1re beautnfu an dumb W nnltle the fastest m1mmoth 1lnxe Also xxe haxe orse 1mong us Hex, open ltor' Whit s xx Rang' Oh Hello fb The orchestra has some of IES best tllent nn our gr1de The greatest youthful pnmst lnvmg graces us xuth her presence Natumlly every one knows of our glut 1rt1sts vxho haxe adorned the school xxxth numerous magnlneent pxctures and posters flr too wonderful for me to descrlbe NVQ 1lso h1xe 1 short stuck of dx mmlte ltnoxxn 1s 1 glrl, who copxed the name of 1 xxomnn xxho xx rates short x1v1c1ous poems, just 1s thus gnl ns short and constantlx on the go The blg sxlent he mm from the XVest xx ho has 1 Bl1ck Horse brother and deelmes numerous mxntltnons to d1nee, nesxdes xxfxth us We haxe a gre1t southplxx xx ho pl1ys blsltetball and baseball xx onderfully well Summxng up the thous1nd 1nd one points, xt IS not dxiheult to reallze how great cl1ss ns Hello operztor' Whit' He hung up9 The little pup XV1lt untll I get h1I'D ROBERT 1 JoRDA1x X OUI' M44 Q Uxxj gf ,L,f J R 4,66 'WK ff fi. 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Buff Ron Rothstein McAndrevss Donohue Rumtly N Heanex ames NX Htaney Romuser Ktrsting., 'lfunl Rau Sherxxood Robinson Spiegel Lexint lccles Chamberlin Sherman Taraba Mextrcord Suoml Ron Greene johnson Elfborb Kellner XV1nsl0vx Hamilton Williams, Grossman Gerhard Nloore Inxt IQOIL Phillipson Stem Kucllmar Kalom Nordell fodd Morgan, Jatger Weiss FRESHMAN CLASS The fieshmah class entered high school vuth some xery graxe misgivings Ru nors at been spread of terrxble meetings where fellovx members of high school dehbemted oxer the fate of those culprits who had committed infractions of S G rul s Then to increase our misgivings tenfold we received a book of Student Government regul1 tions which we were instructed to learn We feared we would nex er become members of that justly famous organization Finally, however, under the maternal eyes of Mrs Smith, we succeeded in passing the entrance exams and were accepted by the Assembly I atm, as had been told us, was 1 h1rd struggle but by dint of much arduous work xxe succeeded in passing our mid year exams and are now looking hopefully forward to the finals After having so heroically struggled for so many weeks with conjuga for the much harder Caesar, Cicero, etc History, algebra, and English, xxhile not to be consldered easy subyects, did not give us as much trouble as the language of the ancient Romans Alone in March came the Freshman Prom The sky line decoration of the old vm, requiring much patience and labor in construction, was orwinal and striking On the vxhole the Prom xx as quite 1 success QASIX 'anyone who xxas there Soon sxe shall take our Hnal exams We are hopefullv expectant, hoxxexer that once mme 1 cla s of doxxn trodden frosh xxill btcome a class of lo dlx sophomores The xen is almost over We set the end fCllSI'll3XX fxams xxlll soon be hnished No freshman soul is Oui studies mu L0l11PlCtlOI'1 Tit xtu is gone ind one Soiroxx hmgs ox ei the freshxes 1 xts 1 tors qlilt xx c LHKNTBFRLIIN ll: 1 " I ,- JJ V 1 1 " X . r ' FL 4" V, , . 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' , ui, ' n v 0 L ' fm I I 4 HD .H of , 8 ,t, a ' Qs. , nhl' t 'Y K A I , A f ,. ,P , w , , 6VEguaisnns, e.oxturn1fQi6Qi!g1lkofoX-'Hvh ,pg if ' g ,A He A Q , A, , 'V ,.A. 14355, ul B114 L Ron Suomi Rau Stude Pattnson lnxl inn Obcndorf Jacobs R Smith Burton Pruyn Galt Dtrmg Wlllan1a:1 Kuhlmcy Steel Wat more Cyrauman Huneck Muller Monaghan boodstun I Smnth NX'ellmg Redmond Radtr Hunt Mlnchnn Kahn Coleman Gnatt Stern I'lknn Orr Ross Borders Brainerd Nlatthtvxs Mtssnrngtr Adtlmxn SEVENTH GRADE WHAT I WANT MOST TO KNOW Glldxs Aclelman Benjamln Barnes Anne Borders Malx Lorrame M3fjOflC lohn Burton Betty Ralph Roberta Phnhp Thomas Lucnlle Wxlllam Galt Dons Gnatt NIIOIIOTI Goodstem Stanley Grauman George Jacobs Donald Kahn Walter Kuhlmtx Barbara Mandelbaum Marx Mxller Iarvns Mmchm Paul Oberndorf Adan Orr Fdxxma Patterson Jean Ross ICSSIC Iean Smnth Prnscllla Stern Sanger Steel jane Stube Robert Stuhr Parx Paul Wellmg Orx 1lle Wetmore Rooert Wnllaman Shall Lucnlle and I be a snster team on the stage Shall I be a successful aetot? Is there always golng to be xx ar m the xxox ld? What shall I be xxhen I grow up? I-Iow does a maglclan perform h1s trucks? Shall I be a great ax nator? A Second LlI1dlJCl5l1-9 What IS my future to be? Am I golng to be a success IU the busmess wo1 ld? In twenty years shall I be playmg the pmno stxll? Shall I ever vxelgh less than I do now? Shall I ever be a golf player like Bobbx lones? About medncme Wxll I be an actor a song wr1ter or U1 lrchmttet Could I ever reach Mars? Wnll televnsnon ex er be as common IS telephone? Am I gomg to be a champxo-n sxxnmmer? Shall I ex er go up 1n an axrplane? Shall I ex er be as blg as Morton? Wlll Chncago ex er use anrplanes mstead of lLlU.,l'l1OlJllLS Wlll I be on the stage when I groxx up? To know grammar better than I do Could I be a nullnonzure? Shall I ever practnce the piano wnthout bemg mlde to? Shall I ever be a good tenms plaver? Am I goxng to be a successful mechameal engmeer? W ll I be a detective m the Secret Serxlce of Arabla? When xv1ll Morton reduce? Wlll I be an axlato v"1e e dad xx ater Hrst come from? -I l: I V 1 ' Y ! l D H I Y 7 7 ,I V' v I 1 I ' I 1 4 A , , .4 , , , , ' ,- ". 'L - , . A ' , . . I YJ, 1 ... ...... . . t . 1 '. ' 'I N - ,, . . , , , , . . . . . . .'f 7 I I . V - n,, . . . .. , ,, .., , . 1 - ,. . . . . .g ,, I V n V- xx u W - no 1: , , .. . . K . .. . .. - ,, , , .. . , - .. - H I .... , .... I . .. - ,, I A v ......... V - ' -e - 19 ' Joffre Helneck ..... , . , , . . . I want to know everythmg. A -r - - an , ..,. .. , , . . . 'V 'DI , V .. . .. ,, . I 1 I ' . '. . . Ha . , ,, . . . . . Y 4 ., - ,, , 4 V' It ' X V I! .. ,, . . ,. . . . ,, .. - ,, , .. U . 7 . H. H U , X . . V. .I .,, " ' ....,, M" ' . A " r?" 1 ' .A-1 - ' 'a ,,,.. .,... . r- ' . Page 5 3 Bulk Rau, 'Vlllls Rosenthal Sul Flemmg Orr Bondy Pntuson Borders 56401111 Rau Buehler Lnstug Rosen Hnrrxs HYYHICWICCRI Stude Scheln Monaghan ODonncll Flrsf Ron Ivlartm Follansbee Guggenhexm lzltborg Hodge Branstetter Nlanq,old Krauss IDEAL SIXTH GRADERS IF WE COULD ALL BF A9 healthy as Bran fRuth Branstetter neat as Amta QBondyj brnght as Schem fGeorgej studlous as Stude QI-Ienrvj By rd hke as .1 Martm QMarV good as Goody fGoodvnn Mlllsj hterary 1s Drx den Hcssne fearless and darmg, as the Border boy QB1lly Bordersj helpful and sprnghtly as Z1 good lnrrle elf QRuth Elfborgj gemal as can CFlemmg queenly as Louxse fC1uggenhe1mj su 1ft as a hare fjack Harnsj takmg as Rob QRobert NIXOIIJ sohd as a mall Axery XValdm1n and Wfalter H 5 PFCCIOUS as gold QAI1 e Manegold h1 h as a pea Qleogv I-Iodgej f1mous as Pr1sc1ll:1 QP1tt1son useful as 111 Orr QN1ncwj floxx ery 15 Rosen 8. Rosenthal QRalph 'md Bettyj pe1ceful 15 11 1 lllcy QV1ler1e Nonmst penetr1t1n5 1s 1 b1ll QB1llx ODonnell m1rx elous as Mlrs QM1rx1n Buehlerj rehant 15 a tug Qlcrov L1stu J jlunty IS 111 Q met Ixrslussj moneyed IS N'lOI1l,l'l1I'1 QC ordon P12154 1-1 I In .. ,, 2. ' . 3. ' . ' . S. ' - U .Q- 6. Y . 7- ' - .' ' . ,D- SI D 7 1 ' V . 9- . D . - 10. A 11. A 2 I K ' . 12. 1' ' . 13. busy as a bee Uulin Follansbeej. ' 14. ' K -V . Ig. ' Q ' . . . 16. ' Y: L 17- 's 1' I fx. - 18. . '. ' . 'L 19. . . j . zo. ' . ' , . 1 . Zi. . -. 'L f. L- ell, - 22. . Y . 1 23. . ' 1 a ' . 24. ' . . f g . 25. 1 1 1 RI. . j. - . . 26. ' 1 1 gy 1 J Pugv 5 5 Back Rou Corrxgan Mayer Klrkland Broeksmlt Hempstead Bramerd Manegold Nordell acobs Hart Greenebaum Second ROIL Dr Lukens Ruus Mrller Treat Slmons McAndrevss Rosenthal Boylston Sherman Moore Bethge Flanagan Mrs Hodgman F1191 Rau, Holabird Alberts Sullnan Rothscluld Florshelm Magrath W'atson Leune Orr Rexnken LATIN AMERICA From Panama to Mexlco, The strongest fibers known to man Cacao beans and coffee grow Are the slsal hemp of Yucatan Bananas, of the finest sort, Panama has not much space In every Carnbbean port But looks both oceans ln the face Colombnas graspmg pol1t1cs at Bogota Became the cause of revolt and loss of Panama In Venezuela the summer IS wet, the wmter IS dry That IS the reason the houses on st1lts are bullt up so hlgh All the Guxanas have a sandy coast, And export sugar, frult, and gold the most Ecuador, one of the smallest, In Ecuador few cattle graze, Yet has mountams near the tallest But fine volcanoes the Andes ra1se In the east head hunters roam, The llama IS a burden beast Quito was the Incas home Used llke the camel nn the east Guayaquxl nuts and palm straw from the Fquator Are nvory buttons and hats from Panama later Northward Peru to the Equator reaches, Dry on its coast only desert beaches Around Ecuador are 1ts arms And m nts area are fexx farms The stxmulatmg cocame Mmerals here nn xx ealth abound, Comes from leaf and not from bem But most remam stxll m the ground Paqf ac' ' 'I , , , , , , , .J , , . - f. I ' v v - - , , y , e n s y a s y , - - .I U . .Y . . Y. . - - u y s 1 s , , , y - 9 . 4 . ., . .. . . r ' a . , . . 1 . . xl ' . t . V t t . ,. . K . . . . 4 Q. . . ,-I From Bolivian Andes much tin we take, Lake Titicaca is the world's highest lake. Bolivia with its plateaus so high Does not the ocean touch, The same is true of Paraguay, Where cattle they raise much. In Paraguay grows mate or wild tea, Uruguay, with fertile land, And also the ax-breaking quebracho tree. Raises cattle choice and grand. Chile's long and narrow strip of land extends from tropic desert sand, Through the Vale of Paradise prolific, To the bleak and snowy southern gate of the Land of Fire and Magellan's Strait To the mighty Ocean Pacific. There are many high mountain tops in the Chilean Andes, But the peak of Aconcagua is the tallest one of these. All kinds of grass and grain, on good soil with much rain, Grow in Argentina. Grapes and sugar, corn and wine, sheep and cattle sleek and fine, Grow in Argentina. In Patagonia's southern cold Thru Brazil the Amazon flows, The Indian tribes are strong and bold In the south the coffee grows From Cape St Roque unto Peru Is pretty wide I think Don t you? Brazil is longer still in toto From Uruguay OFIHOCO Pugt 5 f' Z . . , i - , . . y .. .,.....,.,.... ......., ' 7 X A ,Wm-,,,,,,,-, A TT- ' , '- A!,,,,W-- A, A -4-,,,,,i,,,,,,-, ax,f,. ,,,.,,, ,. .... ..-Y ,cc, ... .. -Y U Y .. -.. .-,........ V V, 1 .K I .K 4 , 4, ...A.,,.i.,-,-.,,..,, A.- .aww--.----.----N .Q , --VA-.--...-...-...-.....a-.-.-.U W -.--- f v .--,..l,,.,,,,,,,- . Buffe Rau Petty Krelssl FCI7 Robt VIcK1nses Rnch NIcKxnsex Phxlhpson Heller MeKee North Mcffuteheon Kahl Partrldge Snoud Rou Faust Fmn Blum Anderson Buchalter Beatty Hlll Beckwlth Hamllton Holland Hannon 1-1151 Rou Dmrnond Guggenhenm Kahn Rove udson Cahn Regenstem Rothschlld Lelmert Corrlgan FOURTH GRADE ON LILAVING ATHENS Xu er agam shall I see the moonhght On the temples of the Aelopohs INexer .lgillll shlll I st1nd II the door of Phndnas shop And watch hxm worls INexer aqun shlll I w1lk unth rny pedl gogue To my beloved sehool, Where all the boys and the master were good to me Never agun shzll I ereep down the stlns of my home Whnle mv father IS haxm-1 1 felst And hear someone play the touehm 1 notes of a ly re XVhen agun shlll I hear 1 NOILL svs eet as my mother s smfnn-V sae plles the loom? 1 sx ll the sun peeked ower the lull slaxe vxalleed through the well xxorn streets of Athens She saw 11 peastnt m a rreleetx ealt As she Walked to the dlliklllig fountain Be R11 1 x ll LZ In the tvuhght lI'I the quiet tlme, A man from Spartl elme to Athens P414 HX There ID the soft an he could see The Acropohs rnsmg hlgh And on xt a huge statue of Athene The man stared and sand, Athens works f0l beautv, But Sparta works for war I used to hve m Athens and loxe beauty In Sparta I am 1 slaxe, and I am whipped Wllela I do Wrong., I Ioxe Athens Beluty ns better for me MARGARIT HXMII ION Ah, let me go back to Greece Mx lose IS lil thlt land XVIII I go on be a slne all mx hfea Axd lf I ery the lash belts upon my back I 'lm toll s bed And xt sleeps upon me The Greek nmndens dance luke .1 dream IIOIIIDLI on 1 sleepx chlld Thelr frail bodles nes er touehmg the ground Look Ilke the grzces nu Nl RAI-IN Phldlas, you dxseoxered 1 new world It ns the world of figures People are trymg to learn A was to get mto xour eountrx uxfxm I KAHN V . .... . , ' I Y 'I 'A .! vi .Y 7 1 3 I ' 7 ! 3 H Y .I I S 1 A ! 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N. 171' .V Page 5 9 Bark Rou Garnson Long, Kohn Hendrv l'Isenberg FIOYSIICIITI Ashenhurst Saloon Yan Buren Hallsren MIttelan Suoml Rau Carus I.IstuI., Harnstrom Jenkxnson Roselle Yondorf Hxdt Davex XIZCCIIESDCX Hal Ienstem Sammons Pnxf Rau Pattxson Brnnstelttr Bruckner Ibsen Steel HHDIIIKOH H3Ill3W1y Pettx Ford HOHhCll11Lf THIRD GRADE POFMS or INDIAN LIFE A CONTILNTED IIXDIAN I xmnt no church THF ROCKY HILIS HIlls hIlls, where er I go Hlppx h1ppv Im ever so Trees trees hinglng Iovx LIttlt Ilbblts SLlITlpCllI'lg by Whtrc er I go IxosIMAkY HENDRX I xx1nt no f1nCy thmgs I only xx 1nt the trees and lJII'LIS Thit Mother Nlture brmgs BETH GARRISON IN MY BL LXNKLT AT NIGHT When I roll ox er lil my blanket at mght I hear the hoots of owls talkmg to one ll1OIl1Cl And the laughmg xx 1ters talkmg Someumes I hear the soft pat of the deer Comm doxxn to the rIver to drmk BU1LOCIx HAIIIMX AX TI-IF INIDIANI CAMP In the camp at brefmk of day Squwxs :ue hurrxmg here and tIIeIt And exuxboely IS up incl :Ixx'1x Heres in Indnn commts, xxIth 1 hut Hmlf nlked thIldren shout md pl1x Boys to tht Irroxx game Ire gonna, D055 Ire smfhng ID suth a xx ax And xx omen Corn seeds ire soxxmg, Sutm SOIU s here Ind lgomgs there And gomgs uerxvxhtrt MAN CARLS Il 10 SUNRISE In the mornmtg I arlse As the sun hls touthed tht slues Then I Clllllll the mountfun tIll It IS nature s vmll I see the bught lIs,lIt :Is If spruds IIIICI' tlnn 1111115 sIlktn threids Far to the east 19 tht lmke WItI1 Its bl6CZ, bunk And xxhen I 3,0 buh home I Slt 1 one And tlnnk Al Bl R1 HARIXSTIKOM I . ,. 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I V - v .- ' A 1 'I HE XX ATIFR S BEAUTY I lxft mx oar md watch the vsater flow Its beauty ns strong, mth a rockmg rhythm The fish eome up and laugh at me As I go bv the selweed When I am on shore the beauty IS not there Wfhen I look at the hsh I see a dark flu. wxth golden feathers Nztures mnrror 1uRRE IONC IVIY INDIAN SISTER I am gathering some flowers At the rxver s edge Far across the bank 'Vly snster ns weavmg a basket Ior my mother to put berrnes ID Wfhere my slster IS snttmg The sun shxnes down on her long stranght halr It looks l1ke shmmg coal Iust dug from the earth ELIZABETH MARY HAMILTON WITI1 INATURES PRIILNDS XVhnle my father hxrxests the corn XVl1llC my mother my clothes mends I hear th rushmg brook runnmg All alone mth Natures frnends XY hnle my slster paddles her canoe Whnle my brother hxmself defends from other trxbes of Indlans I am all alone wnth Nature s frnends BETH GARRISONI TI-II' STREANI Down the flowxng stream I float mn my bnrch canoe G'uly smgxn., to myself I llke to hsten to mv paddle sung Wflnle I dlp along the banks BARBARA NIITTLEMANI AN INDIAN MOTHER My mother s huskmg corn In the blazmg sun Whnle I am mending shoes that have worn Themselves out m fun MARY CARUS Puqr 61 ' 'V 7 1 1 3 ' ' W ' V - r r r ' , , . . 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I 1 I A A I L , . 1 1 Burl Rrre Moore Patterson Peterson McArthur Stern Guggenherm Olson, Heller lxuhlmex Rernken Supplee Stern Suomi Rau Greenebaum Deutseh Stapler Burboon, Ierhe Goddard Mrtclrell Fel7 Harnstrom Lrn ncll Nlalrng Hornrek Furl Rau Regenstern Toxxner Aldrs Carus Adams Meyer Nlrller Yeomans Heller Exans SECOND GRADE TRAPS AND ANIMALS There 'rre mxny lernds of traps md there are many people who use them Only thrs story tells how the people rn Sumrtra use traps Thr P11 lull Trap The people rn Su m1tr1 hrxre lots of traps One of these rs the prt fwll They drr, 1 hole the sr7e of 1 lron or a trger Then they put strelxs xery thrn, rnd lerves ox er rt, 1nd hrde rn the bushes, 1nd when the trger comes bx he fxlls rn Then the hunters rump out 1nde1nh.1ve a better arm xt rt and krll rt the box tmp becruse rt rs mrde of streks It rs shrped lrke 1 box It h1s a door thrt streks up, 'md rt rs mrde so that when the 1nrm1l steps on 1 strrng thrt rs att1ehed to the door the door xxrll frll down 'mel the ll'lIITl'll cannot open the door Wfhen the mrn comes brek he lerlls the :rnrmsrl Tfu Ixul e Tm: Another trap rhrt thex lr 1xe rs the lxnrfe tmp lt hms 1 sh rrp lenrfe turned srdexx rxs 1nd 1 lot of strelxs 1nd strrnes But there rs one strrne rhrr l'1gr 07 goes 21 mrle It has meat, strong meat and ver y tough meit When the 'rnrmal Comes 1long he exts the rnext and comes to the other strcles 1nd strrngs He steps on them beeruse he xx.1nts to get across, and the knrfe sprrngs up and cuts hrm and holds hrm untrl the hunter comes 1nd lxrlls hrm Jfxcrx Mooru A SAND 'I ABLE STORY Yesterday I made a sand t1ble story There was the camp All the people were 'rsleep One of the elrnels xx rs gurrdrng the camels bsrelx Thex srxx 1 robber eomrng on hrs horse The robber was Comrng to srerl the Cattle The rnrn on the esrmel grxe rn 1l1rm xxhen he srxx the robber Comrntr, All the people xx rleed up frnd tools therr guns The robber s horse xx rs frrghten el He jumped up 1nd doxxn The robber xx 1s frrghtened, too The people xx ere xerv mad at the robber The robber xx ent 1xx 1x ind he nex er e rme 'rgurn xr xrzx corxxr rrx H- L . 3 ' s, I , . " ' '4 ' ' A 4 I Y W Y Y 9 3 '! S - , r , ' , 5' 1 E Y r i 9 V l Y '! xy S A A 9 Y ! V ' K t 1 K ' K r e . t ' . A Q 'Y K I 4 ' :' ' I e ' x h T v ' 1 - ,,. , , t , , ' ' , ' ' ' . ' ' . Tl 'L A ' ' The Box' Trap. There is a trap called so no enemy would come. A man was on . . . , ' , ' r ' , ' A . 1 " . . . ' ' .1 ' x s v' t 5 ' l 7- 1 'L , ' ' , , 'A I C ' . ' . , , V . 1 - - fb ' I rl" - Page 63 Bark Rou Abello Kobnn Leylton Cle g Adams Anderson Ruus Adams Clarke S1romlRou Smlth Broeksmlt Vlncent Falls Marks Krauss Vlxttelman Holmes Frrsf Rau Nlaclntyre Caldwell Fuerst Van Buren Fer uson I-Iallsten 'Vhtchell FIRST GRADE Llllllu The Esknmos lxye IH Greenland Kyla The Eslumos lue where It 15 cold Bzllma The Fsknmos dress 1n fur The fur keeps them warm lau nm! The Eskxmos make nbloos out of snovs 1nd nee when they go to usnt then' frncnds Namy The polar bears make xgloos 1n the lce Then thtv go to sleep They sleep all vunter Donald Llttle Kooloo has a kayak The polar bears haye a kayak They rnde on xt The l1ttle cubs ride wlth them The Kayak ns a block of 1ce wan V I knoyx what the polar bears kay ak IS It IS ln xceberg Ulm A Tht hsknmos spear Hsh for ood Marjorie The Tsknmos klll ammals for ood uL The Fsknmos spear hsh for food 1 4 I 1 urrmc Kooloo s father has many dogs to dravx h1s Sledge Iiuglnzm Kooloo h ts 1 sled He rldes on t I-Ie has fun Rnlnml The Fsknmos earxe pnctures on Walrus tusks Kooloo has a kay 1k Kooloo spears Hsh We luke the Esklmos owplalrla We made some cry stals They were whnte and blue They were pretty Allan We made all kmds of erystals We made whntc erystals and orange crystals and blu ervstals Maryam The baby doves are cute They ein fly They can yy alk 1111101 I have two bmby gold fish at home My father IS gomg to get me a rabbit for Easter I '3 - x I s '. s 'S s s s n Q i 3 1 v a 1 Q v 1 a - '3 1 Q 1 I u S a 3 1 - ' , ' ' v ' . 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Pug: 1- 4 I ' w I --U l i ,l.1-,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,-,?.A ","li'i X' - Y r 7, ,J , ' , N- - ..,, -- 3 .,.....-.,-.---,--,, - ,.,, -J ' I Page 66 EKgg'R2M5"'Q KJQ JQO ATLILE1 IL! 4 .X fx ,N Q px f 1 6 5' wg,-jd Y' f QX 'Sw ' fr' X ' X, 55 ' ' A l Q il- , f KU A 4-" -' lf. xx I. ., I mi FGOTBALL Thrs year Parkers football team has accomplished more than our prey rous teams have done for many years The hard trarnrng was taken more serrously than formerly and the team was more polrshed There was, hovy ever, an unnecessary amount of fum blrng because of rnexperrenced players Zohrlaut was captain during the greater part of the season because of Selsors illness Zohrlaut led the team rn a hard fought battle yvrth the North Shore Country Day School The game was excrtrnv and the score close Rogers scored a touchdown and then yye farled to make the extra pornt North Shore scored two touchdovr ns and failed to score the extra pornts A fumble recoy ered by North Shore gaye them their second touchdown Final score North Shore, r Parker, 6 We then played the Hary ard School yyho presented a much he1yrer and better drrllcd team lrnllseore Hary ard 19 Parker, 0 Our next game vs is wrrh Onarga The game stirred yyrth our lrne playing better than rt ever played before Onarga vras forced to punt We recerved the ball and vrere downed on the twenty yard lrne rn our terrrtory An 1lle al substrtutron caused us to be penalrzed fiye yards A fumble gaye the ball to Onarga on our fifteen yard lrne ln eight attempts they garned the Hfteen md mlde a touchdoyy n Then Rogers began to make gains Three passes to Zohrlaut yyere eompleted In sue plays yye made twenty fiye vards through the lrne Onarga tnen recoy ered our fumble They varned a first doyyn and our lrne held them igarn Final seore Onarga 6 Parker, 0 The last gam yyas yy th Latin In the first quarter Rogers ran sey enty yards for 1 touchdoyy n, gorng through the Latrn team, yy ho e0Llldl'l t seem to get their hands Jn him During the hrst hilt our lrne held yyell We earned the ball to the fifteen yard dropped rt yyhen tv kled Litrn reeoy ered the bill and garned through our lrne, carry mg the ball out of the dmger zone Parker s lrne stiffened and Latin k cked yyell IIIIO our territory lor tne list ten minutes yye kept the ball rn our poss ssron Final score Latin, 0 Parker 6 Coaehes LeG1ult Ind lXegrondr1 and Mr W right feel the season has been suc cessful consrderrng the rneyperreneed m1terr1l deyeloped Those yy ho reeery ed tootball letters thrs ye1r yy ere Rogers Zohrlaut Galt Schmrtz, lxroch, Herneck Selsor Leaptarnp Frehberg Prttrson Foster lynch Sammons Red 'nond Prbst Sturm mel Donahue aelax srrsok . , . A V. l V - . . , n I A' D n Y . ' I ' Y ' . -,. . . .., . " . 5' a ' 'iz ' " , 3 . - 1 ry ' - s - s 1 f' ' ' - e i . " . V I ' X V- 1 . . A . Y . 0 . . . l D 1 , . .D R, U r L. -1 A K. , , L L , . V Q K A 1 g ' " I y l gk. . ' ' ' : , g . L Y I V V if v ' , 1 : v I ' ' 1 Q . I - ' s 1 fs Vs - --'a 1 - v line. Rogers then threw a pass to Schmitz, who took it back to the one-yard line but . A: - s l L ' x- vs s s L K ' ' 'V- ' V 3 - 5 s - i ' i s- fr 4 A s V ' - .1 ' I , - . , Y ' - . 'vi -. , . V' ' li I lv . . . K . . Q - 7 ' V N W - . vi A ' - K I Q x ' v - X K u 3 y - fy' v ' s ' - 1 4 K . ' 1 '. . , .' . 1 f . Igwhk " ' 1 if, Y V A M-Q5 Uh- 4 v, W Jygl , ,-,fy.,.AfA-fn, .12 -- V-rf yi., ua 'Q ,?,,,,,1-'LLJP 'L, -v O, ', I ll f ll ,,, - 4 , .Z " 1.1.9 -1:1 'Viv . Pagr 69 . P X I J a we ,if HEAVYWEIGHT BASKETBALL Everybody around the school seems to thmk the heavywenght basketball team of thls year was not good and besxdes thls people always seem to be makmg drsagreeable remarks about 1t but when you look back over the schedule xt reallv does not look except for three cases as bad as they make nt out The season looked good at the start wrth Brewer Sturm Schmltz Rogers Wexss Stern and Galt out for the team all men who had played a good deal of basketball We started the season takmg an 18 7 beatmg from Central Y Wnth some good fightmg we managed to hold Harvard down to a 15 10 score Elated over this we went down to Latm the next Frnday and lost an excntmg game to them by three pomts, 20 17 The next was a return game w1th Central Y whlch we agam lost Ch1S trme by only one pomt 26 25 Luther came over next to have a game whnch proved quxte dxsastrous We were runmng rxght together t1ll rnght after the third quarter when two regulars were sent out of the game and then Luther seemed to pull away w1th no dxfhculty at all the Hnal score bemg 22 15 Onarga took us mto camp m the next game by the score of 32 18 The next game with North Shore was very excrtmg and thrxllmg but nent who wxth a well onled team took us by the score of 43 11 The second game wlth Onarga fared as badly as the first the score bemg 33 19 The only vxctory of the sea son was the second game wlth Latm whnch we won easlly by the huge score of 32 21 Then came that last talked about game wlth North Shore wh1ch all the coaches thought was the best game of the year though we dnd lose It At the thnrd quarter the score was 33 14 agannst us lNorth Shore havmg gathered lucky baskets one after the other At thls pomt wnth seven mmutes to go we thought we ought to do somethxng about vnnmng the game so we started out as soon as the whxstle blevs and dxd not stop untll the game was over when we found the score two less than a t1e 35 33 After you have read thls maybe you can see why the heavles are not as bad as every body thmks All the men mentxoned above got letters as dld Vmcent who came ln the mnddle of the year and gave us a great deal of help In respect to mdlvldual talent Sturm headed the lust both as hxgh scorer and as a great defense player Close behmd hum came Schmntz and Brewer one .1 dandy center and the other a good backguard Rmwioxxu GALT Page 0 I . , . . . . 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'S , yew 4 l gf U' N rw" W LIGHTWEIGHT BASKETBALL The lrght wenght team of the current year had the most successful se 1son rn Parker s llstory wmnmg enght light wexght games and losmg none and takmg two out of three heavy werght games' The season started wrth outsrde wms over Harvard 23 3 and I atm 18 6 though two of our regulars were absent 1n the Latxn game In the game follownng these Central Y llghts fchamplons of the newlv orgamzed Prrvate School League and vxctors over many publnc school teamsj succumbed to Parker s lxghts by 1 score of 28 23 after havmg won thnrteen straxght games Our next game resulted rn a thrnllmg vrctory over Luthers hrghlv touted team 21 19 the game bemg won by a last mmute basket by MacAvmche Parkers wmmng streak was finally broken by Allendales team However this game dld not count as a loss as two heavy wenght men partxcrpated on thelr team Parker was wmnmg thxs game up to the last two minutes but lost by a score of 18 15 The next two games were away from home and resulted m wms over North Shore 22 14 and Harvard 33 10 Then followed the game wlth Harrls heavles and we sv amped them by a score of Z0 7 at Olxvet Instxtute and proceeded to do the same to Latln nn our own gym by a score of 34 10 Our last two games gave us overwhelmmg VICIOFICS m return games wnth Harrxs and North Shore the scores bemg 23 9 and 34 13 respectlvely The personnel of the team nncludes the followxng Capt Stapleton forward Mac Aymche a forward whose return to our school proved 1 ,FCIC boon fhxs cleverness rn both shootxng and floor work are not to b dennedj Brnd es 1 guard whos good yudg ment and fine play m all departments of the game stood out as a l1rs,e factor rn the team s success Sammons our other guard whose good all around play 1nd accurate free throw mg made hum mvaluable Warren Ly nth whose fine play as center and on the prvot lme were a great and Geor e Zohrlaut and lxalom tyyo strr utrlxtx men ss ho added both spmt and baskets for the team Nlost credrt of all ,ots to Mr B Negromda whose splendxd coachmv xx as responslble more than any thnn else tor our s ason s yxctornes The leaders ID seormg were Stapleton 67 Nlacfhmtht 67 and Brldges 61 T t lboxe men were presented yyrth mayor letters and sxlytr baskttbmll WILLIANI H STXPLITOX P.: LAY! ghd L f 1 1 ' ' L ' J r , 3 ' 3 3' ai 1 14 3- I ' "' VV fl f 'cf 4 J . f ' 'J sf ,YJ X li X I' N ,f g., .- THIN X 0 T 'N 1. 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I L D 'X ik'l t S' gu',' nazi: A GM!- GIRLS HOCKEY Our hockey serson thus year his been 1 very successful one Mrs Wrnght md MISS Moore feel that ut hue accomphshed 1 great deal m our technique We htd the unusual opportumty of worlung vsnth Mass Burr, an Enghsh coach, for a few dlys She gave us some xery vlluable pomters xxhxch we tr1ed to put weather fuored us vt th not too cold, sunny days rxght up untll games but because of snow we were forced to gxve them up The Freshmen and Sophomores worked up very good teams gnung the upper classes a couple of good scares m the mter class went to the park mo days a week and spent thelr mme there very mto practlcc The our Blue and Whxtt th1s year, the latter games Both ttams profitably tea wh1ch was gnen We topped off our hockev season by attendmv a very lovely at Iatm for the g1rls prlvate schools vshnch are Allled Members of the Fleld Hockey The g1rls sxho haxe thelr hockey letters are Bondy Corbm, Grossman, Goldsmxth Ievv F , Martm, 'VIcKee, Palmer, Smxth Sager, Schaeffer, Webster, Anderson, Bethge Conner, Cobb Demorest, deT1rnowslq Levy, J Uhlemann, Dahl Parker Watson, Waldbott Welnthrop XIARY NIRGINIX NIC KEE RS LR IS SECOND SIIRIFS Freshmen Freshmen Sophomores Jumors Freshmen Sophomores 1 jumors Sophom umors Semors Semors Semors OFCS Semors Q2 ex quar J Sophomores Semors Semors jumors umors Jumors Freshmen Sophomores Freshmen Sophomores Freshmen Puqt 3 7 1 . . 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II T Sf '-. 1' .' - . o ' 4 ' I ' I f 1 I . 4 2 ,I ' 3 2 I ' o ' 3 A 4 1 0 5 4 c' 1 2 1 J ' 2 o .'7 GIRLS BASKETBALL A personal mtervlew wlth Vlrgmxa L Martm the captam of the year s basketball squad has dlsclosed some lnterestmg sldelnghts on the work of the wmter months The seasons games were dnvlded xnto three ser1es the first was made up of the class games nn wh1ch every glrl played the second was played by the plcked teams representlng the four classes last but not least came the Blue and Whnte ser1es wh1ch offered further opportunltles for each gxrl to play The season was oilicnally brought to a close wxth a hlgh powered bang on the thlrd Monday ln March when the final whnstle blew of the season s thrlller wh1ch was played by the Semor and Jumor plcked teams to the score of 35 30 m favor of the Senlors Thus victory gaxe the latter the champlonshxp of the plcked team serxes Incxdentally the lllustrxous umors captured the first ser1es nn wh1ch every gnrl played They the Jumors w1ll not let you forget that' The Blue and Whxte ser1es was won to the tune of two games out of three by wnth the Wh1tes on the llghter end of the 31 27 score The Annual Basketball Spread 1n wh1ch the wlnmng color of the Blue and White ser1es supply the punch and the losers the eats came off on March xz Thns spread was one of the most pleasant and antlclpated events ln the glrls athletnc calendar The captam our well known nmmy urges that this year s good work be kept up 1n the commg years She feels that under Mrs Wrlghts able IIISIFUCIIOII some fine teams wlll carry on the grand old tradxtlon of honor clean play and excellent sportsmanshlp Those of us who remam behmd vush the graduatmg class success ln the commg years Flrsf Sem x Second Serms Jumors Semors Senlors jumors I-reshmen Freshmen Sophomores Sophomores Blur' and Wlufc Series BLUES 2 WHITES RUTH IXPLLOGG Per'-I 1 , , ' 1 , . , A . . . 5 . . Z . . . , . . . . . , . - f . , , . 7 the Blues. The final and deciding game was very close and was taken by the Blues, 7 , . ' Q1 ' 3, ' 3 ' , ,l ', . . . , . . . , . , 3 9 W L W L ' 3 o ., " 3 o z 1 1 1 ' 1 z 1 2 0 5 0 3 ,K . . - g -1. E. ' . at T GIRLS BASEBALL Unfortunately vxhen thus book goes to press bascblll wnll not have el xelopcd suf Hcxently to allow for any complete report of the s ason hom ever nt ns possxble to attempt a prophecy If the enthusxasm wlth whxeh every one hls begun lasts through lneld Du we shall surpass even the most record breaknng basebxll se1son 1n achrevement The advanced Blue and W'h1te teams wnth Florme Goldsmith md Ethel Webster as elpt uns have excellent maternal to work wnth and under Mrs Wright s gundlnee at IS expected that the game of everyone wall be greatly nmproved thxs scar Bes1des the advanced teams there are two other groups The second team IS com posed of gxrls that play a good game but are not expert enough to be members of the first squad The thnrd team comprxses mexpernenced gurls who know nothmg or very lnttle of the game But usually by the end of sprmg the mstructxon they have recenved enables them to advance to the next hrgher group The captams of thes other teams have not vet been chosen If after Field Day there remams any extra tnme vue shall have mter class games but otherwnse the season mll oihcxally close wnth the final Blue and Whnte contest on Mly IS The gurls vs ho have already recenved thenr baseball letters are G Benyamm N Corbm G Anderson J Bethge J Cobb J Conner M Demorest M de Tarnowskv L Uhle mann A splendld spmt of cooperatnon prevarls rn our teams Each on fights hard md n a sportsmanhke mann r and lt IS hoped that th accomplnshm nt of the 1931 groups wlll estabhsh new standards for teams of future wears 1 xaxcns LLNY Puge 5 3 1 ' s 4 ' s f-vs - , . . e q r ' ' -' v , , . 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R 3, 2 2 .-Y . l 7,, 1 f Pug: 6 w I STUDENT GOVERNMFNT 1930 31 Because Student Government was left 1n such good shape at the end of the 1979 30 year lt seemed that there could be nothxng else done to lmprove 1t but there IS alvs ays somethmg to be changed The halls were vxorkmg wonderfully durmg student actnvmes perxod but durlng the remalnder of the day they seemed very nonsy especlally on the th1rd floor To clean up this sltuatlon a rule was passed whlch provnded that the assistant study head should act as momtor ln that upper hall before the pernod nn which he serx ed as an assnstant and also after the perxod untll the assistant for the follovs mg pernod should come and take the place It was hard to get the momtors on thenr places at first but after some good checkmg up was done the plan worked sery well A few members of the sophomore class decxded after a very hard fought case ln a jury meetmg that there was somethlng the matter wlth the present jury and demerlt motlons that were passed That the jury should consxst of twelxe members mstead of elght tvso elected from each class a boy and a gnrl and one dravun that the members of the jury should wrlte on a ballot whether the accused was ullty or not xnstead of raising thenr hands that a jury member should automatxcallv be gnven five demerxts nf he was absent from a meetmg unless he xx as absent from school or had some other excel lent excuse to gnc to the judge that the Judge should meet each new jury before thexr first jurx meeting and 1,0 ox er the dut1es of the jury members and the rules and regu lat1ons of Student Goxernment wxth them l l . . , . . 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LI1 THE WEEKLY The year of I93O SI has been a wonderful year for the Weekly It showed more than ever the possibilities for expansion and improvement The year started off in fine shape under the edrtorshrp of Nixon de Tarnowsky The same size sheet xxas used as during the latter half of last year At the first of this year Nixon resigned his edrtorshrp on account of scholastic worlx, and 1931 xx as started under the new edrtor The srLe xx as increased rn Mireh, and is noxx the largest that ean be printed with our present equipment As rt stands the Weekly holds about three thousand, srx hundred xxords, an rnerease of oxer seven hundred xxords aboxe the old size This increase was made because ot an unusual amount of eopy all year xx hrch hitherto had to be cut doyxn exeh xx eelx All this improvement xx as made possible by the unusually large staff of thirty frxe members A new plan xx as instituted xxhich used some of the eighth grade as associate members, thereby preparing them for W eelely vxorle rn high school It rs hoped that this plan xx ill be eontrnued rn future years Grelt eredrt rs due to Mr Mex er and Miss Nlitehell our faeulty adxrsers, for their untirmg efforts In spite of the QFLII rmproxement rn the NN eelxlx thus far no issue has been free from typographreal errors This rs the vreat arm of the XX eelxlx xx hreh xxe are strrxmz to attain Some of our utreles hixe not been up to par, but xxe are putting on onlx urte a bit of nexx equipment his been bought and all efforts haxe been made to m rlxe the shop as modern as possrb e As nexx feltures rn this xears NN eelxlx there xxere three regular columns I rumored that eontarned personal bits or humor, SldLllI'lCS eontarned little personal plrrgraphs pertunrng to sports, ind The Iorer-.fn Corner LOl1IllI'lt.d ntreles xxrrtten in Freneh Spanish ind CyL.ll111I'l The Vveelxlx his eertarnlx proxed rtseli U1 integral part of the sehool more than ex er during the plst xelr mel rt is the fondest xx rsh ot the staff that next xear mix shoxx ferr greater rmprox ement than ex er before Rlerrxrxu c rxxexrxx Ia xH - V' . . . ,. 7. ' 1 'f r. ' , ' , - . ' f Q ' A . I . X . U V l K ' v . ' - vs- , 1 v Y ' ' ' , . ' . - , , Y ' ' . , , .- , , ' ' . , ' , , V - ' ' - Y . Y ' ' v ' x 'y -1 1 ' E I 1 ' . V' ' kr' ' - ' . 2 . il hh ' I ' D ' 1 I n our best writers as reporters and we are hoping to remedy this fault by this method. " x .' s 1 -I , ' ' I - " A s A " - ' ' 1 " " , : .,' ' -H - .' , ..'-. ' ' , ' i. 1 N" 4 . '73, 1 y . - -3 D v a vi . x 4 , . 1 , u I - 3 , 1 'A ' k x .'hl ', V i' x 1' Y. ' I I ' ' - 'IA' .'l ' NI' ' 1 , - THE RECORD This year we made plans for THE RECORD with high hopes and while vsc found it necessary to discard some of them otiers worked out beyond our expectations For one thing the business and editorial departments have been sep lrated into two different staffs That is to say the business staff has had nothing to do with the make up of the book nor has the editorial staff had anything to do with the business end of the book outside of getting any ads they could conveniently Business depression and generally poor financial conditions have made it very difficult to get ads but we have manlged to get enough to put the book out without having to ask the trustees for help We feel that the art work this year is of unusual interest due to the fact that only black and white with no shading were used We have tried to knit all the art work together with a common theme of modernism Another new feature is the rejuvenation of the humor section which in recent years hope we have succeeded You are the judge of that This year we think that the literary section is particularly good because instead of getting only maternal left over from the Question Mark as heretofore we have had first choice and this of course means an im rovement in the rade of literature P 8 The staff wishes to express 1115 especial gratitude to the follovung people for their k nd cooperatxca and helpful work on the RECORD Miss Stuebig Miss Cooper Ton' Nast Braddon Holland and George Zohrlaut In looking back over our year we realize the mistakes we have made We haxe tried to benefit from the experience of former staffs and though there are some places where vie hue bettered their methods of work we know that future staffs will be able to improve on our own The work has been interesting and progressive though hard and often verv discouraging In spite of all this we have enjoyed it and can only hope that our readers mll get as much pleasure out of the book as we have put into it XI -XRY PALNII R Page Sl . . . i , . V . . I , . , . . . , . . . , . - 1 i ' i - I v A N, . 3 . V . . 7 L , , y s Y . . . . , Y . . I had dwindled to practically nothing. We have tried to revive this old feature and we - - .. - ,, 3 H 5 Y , . A 'A L , , . Y . , , . . . . V . . , ' V V 1 ' . , . 1 l , EXTEMPORANEOUS SPEAKING The Lxtemporaneous Speakung team thus yen was faced by the same handucsup that facts Parker s athletut teams All but four members ot tht team of 1930 havung grad uattd, an almost enture new team had to be selected from 1 squad of more than twenty members, thurteen were chosen as the team Ruchard Gruuman, Ruth Kellogg Allen Selsor, Ruchard Mans, Wulluan1 Pattuson, Sey mour Kalom, Lawrence Halperun, Robert Poster, Jerome Pucltard, Wheeler Sammons, Horace Jordan, Robert jordan, :und Multon Euchberg, formed the team of 1931 Of thus group there weue sux uunuors and tht rem under of the team vxere sophomores, no freshman or senuors havung trued out for the team Thus year the puogram was wudened to three outsude meets The meets were con ducted the same as prevuouslx thurty munutes preparatuon for 1 four munute speech N10 speech was to hue been guven by the speaker prevuously, and un two of the three meets current topucs were ullowed The speeches were judged on three pounts, materual, organuzatuon, and delux euv The judges were all from Northwesteun Unuversuty xxuth Englexu ood Hugh und was lost bu quute 1 large score In the second meet wuth the experuence gauned at I nglewood we held the Unuversutv Hugh to 1 tue The last meet of the year wus vuuth I Qterlung Vlorton Hugh of Lucero and was lost bv only one pount In closunv, the team xxushes to thank Mrs Hannum for her Hne cooperatuon and assustance to the team xx huch xx eue umpoutant factors un uts success All un all, wuth the experuence muned thu xtuu I beluue that next s ason s team h1s 1 xerv good outlook S 'VIII TOY IICIIBI RG, IR K ' , . Q I . i . - . 1 j, " . " ' ' . ' . - A A Y . 7 . . The team showed constant improvement throughout the year. The first meet was I. Y . 1 1 V - 4 I . . I . ' ' . ' . I ' .' ' ' . ". , ' A ' 'Q - ,, - ' s v V C ' S 1 K v unuguu 82 FRIENDLY RELATIONS CLUB The Fruendly Relatuons Club of whuch our hugh school gurls are members, together wuth the gurls of Ferry Hall Roycemore Starrett, I'1ulkner Stuckney and thc Latun School for Gurls has been 'un unstututuon at Parker for years However, custom demands 1 new explanatuon of ut un each year s record Thus organuzatuon cooperatung wuth the Y M C A aums to establush fas uts name would unducatej fruendly relatuons wuth the gurls of other countrues partucularly those gurls who are studyung here un the Unuted States We are untroduced to these foreugn gurls at our meetungs and afteru ard have them to our homes, and go about wuth them as we would wuth any one of our other fruends They are really charmung persons, and ut us a treat to know them There us un New York a Chunese gurl a Y W C A secretary who meets students on theur arruval and helps them acclumate themselves un theur new envuronment Owung to the general depressuon thus year she would have had to duscontunue her work because of a lack of funds but what ho' that s where we came un and saved the maudens un dustress The Fruendly Relatuons Club us contrubutung enough money to help out wuth the salary of thus secretary so that she can carry on Thus you see we are useful as well 1s ornamental There are three meetungs held each year The first of the current serues vuas un the form of an unternatuonal luncheon, at Carson Purue Scott's the second was at the Natuonal College of Educatuon un Evanston, the thurd was un the sprung at Ida Noves Hall, on the Unuversuty of Chucago campus All the meetungs were ewrceedungly unterestung and every one who attended thoroughly enuoyed herself It us really too bad that Parker has not a bugger turn out for these affaurs but we are consoled by the thought that our membershup thus vear us bugger than un any prevuous year Practucally every gurl un the hugh school us a member The present officers hope that next year the enrollment vuull be one hundred per cent and that the gurls who have not shown as suncere an unterest un the organuzatuon as they mught have wull take an actuve part un ut YANITA rxossxmv Page 83 s Y 4 I - . i . v 9 I u a , - - . . . . . . 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THE ORCHESTRA Thns year our former leader, Mr Larsen, res1gned hrs posxuon to Mr Whnsler, who has an excellent record as a teacher and has dlrected s xeral amateur orchestras NVe are ghd to have h1m wlth us here at Parker The school has not heard mueh from the orehestrx th-s xexr, but we forget that Mr Wh1stler has verx httle maternal xxxth xx hnch to xx ork 'md that he and the members of hls small O1'g"llllllIl0l'l had to tllxe some time for ' ttm' te xuunteel mel b omxng 'lkCllSI0l'l1CCl to one mother Speelkmg of mxterul ln the orchestra, there are onrx four m mbexs nom l1st xear, 1nd the new people 1re verx young 1nd mexp rlenced In spxte of thls f1et M1 Whnsler hls idded some dlfheult muslcal numbers to our IKPCIIOIIC IIUOHU th m r Slb rhns I-mlandna, whleh IS one of the most dnfhcult musxeal numbers to plnx Thev 1lso plxxed The Weddnng ot F1-garo, bx Mo71rt, the hexm Sulte 'md others The Hrst rehexrszl xx IS .1 poor stxrt clue to the fzet thlt onlv four peopl xx xshed to ,om the orchestla but later we had 1 fexx newcomers xxlvo eleeldeel to help us buxld up xgun These people xre Hxrold Reuseh, Helen Wxtsoxm Abbot Pxttxson md Prls 1ll1 Pxttlson We express our th1nlss to these people for thex pulled us out of 1 hole Mr Wl11SlC1 hopes to help us buxld ln orchestrm th t xx ll be hlxe the oxeh strls m the pxst fevx NCIFS mel xxe re quxte sure he xxlll do rt HXRFY STLRXI Q V V w V . 7 I l ., . .. 1, . K s V V V V - t - V - . V s s , Vs , V V, V .V- . .. . . he . 5 . . . . ,e t - e , . . . ' V 'V ' . 1 ' V fs - f- V A . . . . . I V 0 s V - . . K . e . . . . - ' W I 11 1 A ' - fl -W 0 0 , . . V r D - .. e e ,, .. . ,, .Y . . .M 3 Y L . I 4 V QQ - - - ,V , QV Vx V- - sy I . K R 1 -. , . . 1 L V1 V t s Q - 1 V .s V s I -V V u 3 V V Y 3 - . uw 1 V . . . .' 1 n , . s - V. , V . V- . . . . . . . , . ., . - . e V ' 3 - Y 1 1 1 1 v V x V ' - s ' V V Vw VI 2 ' - , x -- .s ' . . . ,. .. c 1 r V 1 V V V L VV .3 s ' s , V . . , .. . , X. , . 1 VV l.1t,fX-4 FORUM ll e xx ord Fo um signifies 1 tribun 11 1 court, or an lssembly, empowered to hear and crccice or1t1ons We h ue added 1 little more to this me1n1ng, and I believe we have lived up to it more futhfully than in preceding ye1rs The Forum has proved to be a g cat success this ye1r, the 1ssembly deriving not only great ple1sure from it but a little education as well The Pre view Committee functioned 1g11n this ye1r This committee was organ ized l t year to pre new the Forum groups and to hue the power to accept or veto the piesent1t1ons gnen by the various groups This committee is composed of the head of e1ch group, a fact which helped to m1ke each performance sound proof There was an added feature to the Forum this year, in the shape of 1 jazz orchestra, paratnely well for a new group and afforded us much pleasure Th Dramatic Group did excellent work this year Their presentation of The Royal Family given at the last Forum, ended up the year, leaving us with something vue shall never forget The Glee Club, with their novel ideas, had presentations different from those of the preceding years Their dramatization of light operettas were as pleasing to the eye as to the ear The Deb1tmg, Science, and Literature groups were also exceptionally interesting They gave us new facts which we all gratefully accepted For the true comedy part of the Forum, we could wish for nothing better than We got, which was the inimitable dancing pair, Al and Bob, who have far surpassed their amateur mark and who supplied us with more than the average enjoyment The various groups all helped to gue the Forum the true success that it had All nn all the Forum succeeded in accomplishing its purpose to get interesting and perhaps originfl material and to present it in the most enjoyable way to all I believe the Forum ran 1s smoothly as could be expected, 1nd no past or future president could wish for any bett r meetings there were this se1r These four Forums placed a huge mile stone in tl e History of the Forum, which it will be wery hard to surpass DORIS LACKRITZ P 1, NJ T: ' r,. H 'k . i 2,1 . 1 ' ' ' ' 'V . 1 ' x h i 'x s 1 ' as - " . ' L ' . Q1 ,Y which provided for a delightful bit of dancing at each meeting. They played com- D . . ' . 1 . ,, Q . ,,, . . . . f Y . V . . . . . ,, ,, K - .. ,, - - - . . 7 . 1 : . . e ' ' ' ' . . ' . ' - i-"ah," THL QUESTION MARK lor rnrny yerrs the junror elrss has publrslred the uestron Nlrrle I r 1 se annurl publreatron, eornrng out onee rn the frll and once rn the sprrnb The entrre junror elass lets IS edrtrng board yyrth Nlrs Hannurn retrnff rs edrtor rn chref All materrrl from the other grades rs handed to the junrors and rs reid through br them If rejected, the mrnuscrrpt rs returned to the yxrrter, and oceasronrlly rn aecepted prece rs returned for mrnor alteratrons The class also reads proof and rn the Hnrl stree helps the prrnter to rssemble and brnd the uestron Mark Publreatron rn the rn rgsrlrne rs open to anyone rn the sehool Thrs verr the junrors belreye th rt the uestron Mule shoxys some hne lrter rry effort At the trrne of lrst sprrng s edrtron so much eopy wls reeerved that although mueh hid to be elrmrnrted some wrs alse sry ed for the frll edrtron On recount of the lrels of spree much vrlurble copy lrrd to be ornrtted All rn rll the uestron Mark thrs year hrs shovrn that rt rerlly holds the rnterest of rll of the puprls Var rt long contrnue rs one of Parker s rrnportant rctrvrtres 9 NHLTON YILHBLRG, THE FORUM JAZZ ORCHESTRA Iorum goers were agreeablyf surprrseel at the Forum of March 6 when they' were oyxn rnusrerans Prrctrce had been started only two weeks before thrs Iorum, so only a few preces vrere plrt of therr repertorre Two outsrders came, at thrs forum, to 'rssrst the orehestra xyrth 1 horn and the drums Praetree vsent on very seyerelyf after thrs Iorum so that by the trme of the next one Aprrl 24, ue were reldy to sgrve qurte 1 seleetron of preees Agrrn ue hrd outsrde help but rt rs needless to sry th rt the orchestra was qurte sueeessful An hour of drnerng ry rs eryen, rnd nrrrry of the sonqsters of the sehool who xy ere rnsprred by the nne rnusre 9 gathered around to help vsrth the roeal choruses Therefore there were no stag lrnes or vt rll floxx ers, they were merely part of the orchestra' The rnstrurnents vu ere as follovxs Drums, Alyrn Werss, the banjo X rrgrnrr Lrng don, the trumpet Harold Reneh, the yrolrns Harry Strurn and Moe Greensphan, and the prano, Rrchard Grauman We are hoprng to contrnue vsrth our orchestra next yerr and we haye many rmprove ments, the banjo, some srxophones, and any other rnstrurnents that mry be obtrrned Also we should lrke to hue 1 solorst preferrbly a tenor or hrgh barrtone to feature the vocrl ehoruses Thrs year the cost of the musre was taken crre of by the Forum, but rf we are gorng to have our orehestra for the full year, rt wrll mean a greater expense, so we are trx mg to devrse some way of oy ereomrng thrs obstaele and buyfrng our own musrc The members thrs year shovxed splendrd eooperatron, and we are lookrng forvr ard to r sueeessful 1nd populrr next vear RILHARD K RXL M UN Przqr YL 3 1 1' 1' 'L S ' I h ' Li. i ' Q 1' I r Q '. 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Y rx I ' l Y I Y i diva iii IQVIQNU SANTA CLAUS TOY SHOP The Santa Claus Toy Shop thls year was a huge success Everyone came out wll lmgly and were proud to say Ioo,'2 Naturally we were rewarded wlth roo 0 results Because of the serlous buslness condltnons the Droduct1on of some of our oldest toys was cut down and the money was spent for dress materlal whrch our wxllmg mothers made lnto lovely dresses for the more unfortunate ch1ldren Then came the exh1b1t after two weeks of hard but entertammg work The dns play of lovely dolls was xmpresslve Our old stand lays the candy bags and red carts were there of course among many new attractnons The neat clean rows of books we hope made many chlldren of all ages happy and we must not forget the sweaters that had been kmt to keen some httle people vsarm The Parents Toy Shop Party was held as usual thus year and wlth the repeated success of many years A large group of the xndustrlous fathers worked at StCI1Cllll'1g doll beds and many of them could be found downstalrs dabbmg red palnt on the llttle carts Our mothers worked tnrelessly on lxttle doll clothes and also on cleanmg and We now wlsh to thank everyone from the youngest to the oldest who helped to make thls Toy Shop one of the bnggest and happxest ones VIRGINIA OTLEY CHRISTMAS EXERCISES We all look forward to the Chrxstmas exercnses and each year they seem finer than the year before-or IS xt because me learn to appreclate them more as we grow older? The unconscnous spnrxtualnty of the children s faces as they sang the beautlful songs and recnted the scruptures and poems was very xmpressxye The tableaux were more beautxful P gr'88 . ,, . , , U C . 7 . . . . ' n . - 7 - . . , . - - - ' 9 3 Y 7 ' Q 3 9 7 Y , . . , mending books. ' . 9 5 T . . , 7 . . Y . l ' - V Y . ' 7 Y ' , . H ' e Cl-f.. A A IPL' than ever and VIrgIn1a Martm made a lovely madonna A group of senlor g1rls sang the solo In C,hr1stmas Morn beautxfully and vuth musxcal understandmg Mnss Cooke s emed luke the symbol of peace and Chrnstmas spIr1t as she addressed us on the Chrlstm IS of 1930 We had thought nothIng could be more beautnful than the tvso trees drxppmg w1th snlver but thns year the great trees stood tall graceful and untrnmmed In all thenr natural lovelmess sUE SCHAEFFER SANTA CLAUS PARTY Santa Claus never forgets us Agam thIs year he made hIs annual vIsIt at the close of Toy Shop A gala party was planned for hlm The lower grades thenr parents and guests the senIors and all the new puplls were Invnted The grades planned dances and sang for Santa and the platform where he was to Slt was filled wIth dolls and beds dogs carts and wood and metal toys whlch had been made durmg the Toy Shop The party began Several semor boys wIth first grade chlldren on thenr backs covered wlrh snow came In wnth the tradntnonal yule log whnch xx as placed on the hearth ust then relndeer bells were heard on the room and old Santa hnmself bounced In through the chlmney wIth a bulgmg pack on hls back After Santa had greeted us and was seated In a roomy arm chan' the first grade danced and sang for hIm Then the second thlrd and fourth grades entertalned Santa The chlldren told hnm about some of the toys that had been made In the Toy Shop and told h1m where they were to go Santa was very much pleased wlth Parker s work and assured us that they would be delnvered at the rIght places and would make a happy Chrlstmas for many chIldren who other wlse would have none Then he sand that he must go but he bnghtened the chlldren s faces on departure by takmg from hns pack stocklngs full of popcorn balls whxch were g1ven to all chlldren and thexr guests NIARY VIRGINIA wc KEE l1g9l , , .,.- Sz. . 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I 1 THE SENIOR PLAYS The hlst tvso performances of thls yen s senior plat were somewhat of .1 noxeltx, 1n that Shlkespeares As You Luke lt vx IS gnen wxth modern settlng and costumes Although there vsere some doubts as to the sueeess of such an experiment, the result vx is more than graufymg The danntx Rosllmd, m modern dress, pursumg her mgemous vt 18 of preclpltatmg a marriage wnth her modern Orlando, a1ded bx the ex er obedlent Celia, created .1 completely modern sltuatmon Such entnrels dlfferent eh 1r1cters as Touchstone and aeques were portrayed so as to gnve 1 eonunenng lllllSl0I1 of thus modern generatlon the modern feellng of the performance The actors complete understandmg of the desnred effect made thus performance 1 great suceess But there are many who feel that the old tashloned costumes and scenery are an IDIICYW oven part of Shakespeares plays lor these people a second cast gave two per mances of As You Llke It such as Shakespelre I'l'll2l1f lm ue produced The long flowmg dresses of that perxod fitted perfectly wxth the language of Shakespeares day The vnvaclous modern rhythm whlch characterwed the court and forest scenes wlth the first cast were replaced by stately ga1etv 1n the last performances The golden heured Rosalind of years ago was fullv as darmg ln her escapades as the modern heroine The story itself IS famxllar to almost exeryone lrederlek the younger brothel of the Preneh duke, usurps the place of h1s brother and bamshes hmm The rnghtful duke retrres to the forest of Arden, and IS there lolned by a fem of h1s falthful frxends, xx hose possess1ons are also confiscated The duke s daughter, Rosalmd, remams at her uncle s court as a compamon for her ocusm Celn These two gurls have been bred together and love each other delrlv Rosalmd falls m loxe xuth Orlando, the son of one of the ban lshed duke s frlends, at a wrestlmg mateh IH xxhreh Orlando xs vletor ox er Freder1ek's wrestler Page 90 l l - - r A v sl -, ' 1 V , s . . v V - m ff - av ' V ' - ' Q . T . I 'K V S x T T. . x Vi L 1 3 ' N'! V 1 3 . 3 I 1 Y, - . ' . - Y 1 . D . . I V1 Y . . . Y .I . I . V 1 Y - . . 1 A modernlstlc tree of silver agamst a black background ll'l the forest scenes carried out ' t w 1 , 3 - . 1 ' , ' 's : , - " ' H . . Q , ' 3 fs ' . . T ' N 1 , I . , K . , . . , K sl . ' , ' v 1 r' , . ,. Fredcrnek for hls daughter s sake becomes alarmed at Rosalmd s popularity It the court Ind bamshes her Because of her love for her ccusnn Cells goes vslth Rosllmd lLL0l'TlplI'llLd by the eourt ,ester mto the Forest of Arden For a dnsguxse Rosalind ns dressed as 1 eountrx box and Cella as hrs slstcr Vleamx hlle Orlmdo hndnng nt nmpossnble to llxe with hrs brother Olxwer journeys to the Forest of Arden to joln the bmlshed duke Orlxndo has fallen nn love vuth Rosalmd and to alleuate has longmg for her he talks out just how much he cares for her Olnver follows Orlando mto the forest to do hum harm md IS almost knlled bx 1 snake and a lxoness He IS saved by Orlando who IS slnghtlx wounded nn the effort Whnle taknng thus news to Rosalmd Olner who has repented of has wrong domgs falls nn lose wnth Celia The bamshed duke IS found and after a transformatlon by Rosalind four weddnngs take place Orlando and Rosalmd Celna and Olner the court ,ester md .1 country lass and a shepherd and has sweetheart Durmg the weddmg news comes that the Duke Frederick haung met an old rellgrous man has passed on bequeathmg the crovxn to hns banished brother and provndlng that the lands be restored to all the exnles A new ldea 1n l1ghtmg was employed to carry out more completely the modern ten deney of the performances L1ghrs from off stage and from the rear of the room were used nnstead of footlnghts Pools of hght played on the xmportant players or groups of plavers In a scene Indnrect hghtmg made the effect more modern although maknng the lnghtmg on the flgures more dxrect Because th1s vears semor class had the opportunity of gnvmg thur audnenees their choice of two entxrely dnfferent sty les of performances they were able to please a greater number of people than could have been done nn am other manner JKVI DILKSON Page 91 4 1 l . f ' ,. , - t ,s ' 1 1 1 ' ' ' ' 1 - f - A 1 ' R1 ' 1- r' . 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' ' . 1 1 K 1 ' ' : ' , ' ' ' , ' 1 - Y H , K - . - - .. - - 1, - 7 Y S V I 1 ' 7 Y D Y , 'Y I lv THE FRESHMAN PROM We ue b1OlClC.lSUl11, l'1QllLS Ind gentlemen, oxer SE1IlOD I W P IH the Sky Scrlper BllllO0D'l of the Plrker S hool SUPTCFSIICIOI1 does l10t seem to be llXll1Q up to lts form IODIQTIY, 1s ex en though thlS Pl lux Nfl1lLl1 l, exerxone seems to be l1'lXlI'lLf 1 sgle1t ol tlme The deeor1tlons IOl1lQl1I 1re most LIDIQUL lnd Ollglllll LOIISISUIIE, of sl1x SLIIPQIS xxlth xx lndows eut out md llghts shlnlng 'lllfllllll These bulldlnzs 1re on sldes of the b1llroom, and the olehestr1 fa xerx good one I9 en lsed bx 1 l1rge xelloxx moon The front hall IS furnlshed llke 1 lounge xxlth puneh 1nd coolnes ox CI ID one Colner The nexx plom regulatlons 1re belnq curled out to the l1st degree 1nd the p1rty seems to be 11 xxon delful success Among the eeleblltles present ue MISS Cooke, Ml Osbolne, Ml md Nlls I'T1I1f1UIT1, Vll 1nd Wil Wrlgl1t Nlrs Slhlfli, 'Vlls Hllllnfln, 1nd 1 few oth ls, som of xx hom ll Cl'lHLlHQ to the l1test Q 1 danee tunes xx hleh our orchestl 1 IS presentlng We are noxx sll 111112 off untll the Sophomore Prom See you then' lll I 1 x Nil XFRCOKD TI-IE SOPHOMORE PROM Hoxx ex er Qorsgeous extr1x1g.1nt, or UDIQUC 1nx futule Plrkel Prom mix be It c1n nexel equal the dlLllll'lg brllllance of the Sophomore Prom of 1931 The fact tlnt thele xx IS the ten plece Vllglnlms orehestr1 f1l1 el1tr1xag1l1ee nex er befole helrd of at 1 P1ll1er Prom 15 of llttle lmportanee Ill LOIUPTIIQOD xxflth the South Chle1go dlreetlons The Sophs s1v th1t thex r1lded the Canton Te1g.1rdens for most of thelr deeolatlons lneludlng the j1p1n se sxxlnglng lanterns Blue 1nd Amber se1rch llghts also m1dc a good effect Tet me note hele sex QI ll l11lI1Ol" Il1ll'l'S th1t were, hoxx ever not xxlthout lm ort mee 21 On CINICYIUQ the sehool eleh guest xx as plesented xxlth 1 blue suede PFOQYII11 TlllS 1lone brought the 1ff1lr sexel1l notehes 1boxe the ordlnarx d'lllCCS A be1utlful lounge xx 1s set to recelxe the 'ldI111lll'lQ qu sts In faet the whole Il1lI1Q xx 15 done 1s exqulsltelx IS mx socl1l dance, 1nd on CUICYIU Y, the uests looked tXVlCC to see lf the ' xx ere dress d as behtted 25 g 5 tl'e pclrtx The Sophs 1lso Cl'lln1 to h1xe had the only colorful punch ex er lntrodueed to the good old Plrker punch boxxl Some s1x' there xv1s 1 llttle too much pllflkll IH It but th It s lust 1 matter of t1ste BIGI 1 oxx BO! SLN THE JUNIOR PROM The unlor Prom h1ppened along about the Clgllill of M1V ITIIS vear BCIDQ C1 VCIN remuklble ellss the fl11OdL9ID UDIOIS g1ve 1 remnrluble p1rtx' The Ll'lI1LLlS dlneed Ul1LlLl 1 cmopx of stlls, plojeeted on the Ltlllllg bx the twlnl1llng erxstnl ball thlt IS bCLOlTllI1g one of the tr1dltlons of thls el1ss, 1nd the efleet wls helxenly to s1y the ILTSY A splendld OlCl1CStI"l pllx ed lTlClOdlOUS IHUSIC throughout the ex enlng, 1nd If h1s been rumored th1t the puneh md coohles xx ere excellent The LIHIOYS certalnlv llxed up to thelr splendld reputulon of belng s1tlsHed onlx xx lth the best xx hen they gaxe fl1ClI' PIOITT Asl1 lnx one xx ho xx IS thele IXNI BI Tlle1l Illtl 97 , .., ., . , 1.1 ,Q , f , 1 1 1. . 1 , , , - 1' ' 1 1 9 , 1 1 1 1 1 ,1 1 1 1 1. . 1 11 1 '. 1 X ' ' 1 1 ' 1 . 1. . , . . lg -M31 1-1 1 111 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 -1 1 1- A .1 -1 1 K K 1 . , , . , , 1 . .., 1., ,.. 1 ,' 1 x 1 . 1 A 1 1 1 Y - 1 1 x ' 1 ' l "1 ' . 1 1 1 1' ' -- 1 1 13 ,1. 1 . , 1 , 1 , 1... 1 1. 1 1 1 . 1 . , 1 1 . . . , . 1 K , 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 ' - 1 1 1. -11 - 1- 1 1 1-11 ' 1 - - 1 -. - 1 Y X . . 1 1 . 1 .1 l 1. 1 1 . .Q V ' , . 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'11 , 1, 1 1 1 ,1 1 1 1 1 .1 1 K 1 . .. . - i 11 X VJ sr X ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 X1 1 ' 1 1' ' 1 s . 1 1 1 1 1 1' 1 1 1 1 1 . x I 1 .' 1' 1 1 1 1 1 . ..g 1 1 1,. .1 1 ,, THE PARKER STAG The most tremendously successful athletxc banquet m the hxstory of the school took place thls year There were about a hundred and forty jolly students faculty alumm and fathers Each boy was supposed to brmg hrs father to the stag and qulte a goodly number of them turned up The arrangement of the tables was unlque There was a long speakers table at whlch the speakers the three captams of sports and thelr fathers sat Then there was a long table parallel to thus at which the twenty two letter men and the1r fathers were seated Outside of the e tables sat the boys m the school and the alumnn After a wery approprntc meal the bu mess of the evenxng was gotten to mamly the electron of football and basketball clptams for next year By large majorxtles Horace Brxdges and Warren Lynch were elected captams of basketball and football respectlvely Then a most mterestmg speaker was heard from John Shomer a Blg Ten officlal He told a few storles and stressed the chnef anm of our athletnc careers as bemg mtes t1n1l fortntude as he called xt and guts as we call lt Next Mr Wrlght our glorlous toastmaster awarded the much awanted letters The football letters were awarded first and Mlke Donohue recelved specnal pralse for makmg h1s letter as a freshman The heavywelght basketball letters were g1ven out next Then Mr Wrlght started makmg 1 speec 1 about our undefeated lnghtwexght team He sand that the presxdent of Central Y M C A had called hlm up and wxshed to con grarulare the lights on thelr splendld record As a grand finale to thls wcaderful spee h Mr Wrxght pulled some bulky lnttle packages out of his pocket and presented the lxghts wxth sxlver basketballs The hghts were more surprlsed than anyone else because they dxd not expect them Followmg the awards came exeral speakers among them Mr Wrlgh Vlr Negromda Qwho was respon :ble for the lnghts splendld recordj Allen Selsor Ray Galt and B111 Stapleton Then our faculty members spoke a few words and the famous Hannum safe and out problem came up agaln The presndent of the Alumm Bob Splel spoke a few Words and stressed the matter of cooperatlng and gxvmg the alumnl a break Last and not least we heard from the speaker of the evening our famous alumnus Arme Horvu een who spoke about football and also stressed the pomt of havmg guts He sald that a good player IS composed of QOFI guts and IOP! techmque Then Arme showed us the complete films of the 1930 Harvard Yale game When thus was fimshed our happv gathermg adjourned to do thenr homework GEORGE ZOHRLAUT P1393 . , , 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 1 - , - . 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' , . , 1 , Y 'A ' .L H MAY DAY The trump ter sounded 1nd the jovnl annu1l May Day fest1v1l h1d begun at I'rane1s Parker School llrst came Robert Schmltl, the Lord of May 'llld then our be1ut1ful 'VI1y queen, Marv Pllmer The processxon of the queen 1nd her 1ttend1nts xvas 1 lovely tlung to xx1teh Upon the stlge the green bukground wlth the sllver decoratlons 1dded much beauty and wmrmth to the pxcture, wlule the s mor guls completed nt, 1s thex sur rounded the queen The usu1l s1lut1t1on to the queen xx 1s gnven, and songs vxe1e sung to her wlth much 1ov11l1ty 1s the lord of May mspxred such feeling Poems xx ere then recxted to the queen 1nd her assemblx, tnose bx the first grade up to the semors After songs were sung by the assembly, the eortege proceeded to the pl1nt1ng of the annual May Dax' trees, whnch were redbud txees, md wmth the Dl'lY1IlI'!2, the well lnked M1v D1xf C'll'l1L to 1 close, as well 1s the close of 1lI Max Days for our xemors All m all May D15 xx1s not only sue eessful but most beautnful bolus LALKRITZ COUNTY FAIR To my xx ay of thmkmg thls years County Falr xx as the best we have exer had Not only was If 1 success from the monetary vlewpomt, lt was a success as far as ganety 1nd eneral en 0 ment were concerned Thus was due ln lar e art to Mlss W mt, 3 l Y S P yg There xxere four mterestmg 1nnox1tlons The handbnlls bade 1ll welcome to the F11r, 1nd by llstlng the dlstrlbutlon of exhlblts dld 1way wlth the eonfus1on of p1st ye1rs m whlch fond parents hunted nn x'1m the handlwork of thenr t1lented progeny, xxhlle the frantne progeny pursued the xx lly candy booth and the elus1ve 1ce cream tent The burros xxere xerx' popular xxlth the younger chnldren Qand don t tell anxone, but xxe saw sex eral h1gh school boys patronxzmg them tooj The xerx profitable S1lhou ette Department xx 1s popular xxnth all albext son1e of us were ox erheard saymg I cer tam v don t lo,k lke thus' There must ll'lXt been a mnx up SOITlCXKl1C1L Fxery ve1r Tm Rreoku report of the County Iaxr says, The exhnbxts thus year xxere unusu1lly good 1nd thus xemr xxe sxx m all smcerxtv, The exhnblts thus year were unusuallx good And tt sunset of Oetober 18 the Countx F11r of 1930 xx as 1ccl1m1ed the b st ex er XAINITA CROSSTMAN Pug: '14 ' A 1 ' I 1 T 1 :Q X V r. 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In x- CLAY MODELING IN THE HIGH SCHOOL C lly modelmg ln the h1gl1 sehool I9 one ot the opportunltxes offered to pupxls nn the tenth 1nd eley enth gr1des In the tenth grade the student has an lntroductxon to three crafts, clay modelmg, wood 1nd met ll He spends a th1rd of the year yylth eych of these forms of hind work of whneh el1y modelmg IS the e1s1est The plast1e nlture of the l'I11ILI'l1l offers the lc1st reslstsmee to the I'I1llyll'lg of forms The puplls le1rn how to fllllxt. 1 h 1nd bunlt pleee of pottery by the eoxl method, and 1 deslgned txle IH contmstmg eolors of glue and the use of the potters wheel Bowls turned out on the wheel 1re decorated yvnth sl1p pamtlng before belng fired The pup1ls glue the1r own pottery The sehool h1s 1 l11ln where 1Il the hrlng IS done, thus the pup1Is le.1rn the effect of he If on clay 1nd glue The blseunt Hrmg takes at 1900 degrees and the glue at 7000 The tame requnred as from hve to seyen hours Our glazes are compounded to fire at 2000 degrees, however 1f we would des1re to hre some colors such 1s a Chlnese red the flrmg would take at 1400 or even lower Thus glue l11s le ld 1n the eompoundmg 1nd le1d Hres 1t I1 low er l1e1t thin nron or copper One day when we yy ere Hrmg, two small boys were dlscusslng the heat of the klln hot dog sald one The other replled I-Iot dog IS rlght My puppy ns nn that klln The next mormng pet puppy elme out, mcely baked to 1 turn, to the complete s1t1sf1et1on of the ow ner The modelxng of pet dogs lS .1 tavorxte subyeet yylth the younger ehnldren and m1ny pet dogs h1ye been fired ln our klln In the eley enth grade the puplls may elect for the year one of the three l11nds of hand work offered Students IFL encourlgcd to try out thenr sl11ll ID cre1t1ye modelnng The effort to erelte g1yes 1 sltnsfymg feelmg th1t f1r exceeds any result obtuned by eopymg Occas1on1lly 1 study from 1 elst lb n11de to help a student s fCLllI'1lqLlL The 1rt qualnty of creatlye work 19 not to be eompared yylth works of art 1n the home or rn art museums The effort ln ey-.pressmg 1n1de1 h1s ID ltself the art feelxng Results should lndleate steps nn grow th 1nd nmproyement 111 qlllllty It yy ould t1l1e yelrs of study on the p1rt of the pupnl lf LOUIPIFISOH yynth yy orles of yrt yy 15 the st1nd1rd of yalue The abllxty to t1l1e any maternal 1nd m1l1e nt conform to zn idea the student has thought out, IS creat1ye art 1nd gny es promnse of LYLIILI' zttunment nn proportmon to the degree that the pupll 1s yy1ll1ng to work yi yan KI yesst xles 1 11 1 1 1 1 1- 1 1 1 1 1 1111 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,1 1. 1 1 - , 1 1 -1 1 1 - 1 11 11 1 .1 1 , 1 1 . 1 1 1 K . 1. . . . 1 1 1 . 1. 11 A 1, 1 ,. . 1 1 1. 1 .11. . - 1.1 1 1 1 ,1, , 1 1 1 1 1 . .., . , Y . . . . 1 1 , . . r E - 1 1 1 1 1 1 .-1 1 1 1 1 . - 1 , 1 . 1. , . , 11 . ,1, ,1 1 1 111 ,1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1, 1 , 1 11 - 1-1 . 1 1 - - 1 11 1, , . . 1. 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 , 1 11 11 - - 11 ' - - - - sa 1 1 1 1 1 , K 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1L , s,, K 1 - 1 1 A Q- ' 1 . 1 1 1 1 . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' . 1 ' 1 1 1 - 11 1 11 , ,1 1 1 1 , 1 1 . 1 1 ,, 1 1 . v 1 7 1 . - 1 1, , ,1, 1, , 11 . . 1 1 . 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 K . .1 .1 K 1 1 1 , y I K . . , . . 1 1 1. - 1 , -,1 . , 1 1 1 1 18 , - 1 1 1 ,1 , , 1 1 ' 1 , 11 1 ' ,' , , 1 1, 1 1 . 1 1, , ,, 1 ' 1, 11, . 1 . 1 . 11 1 11 1 1, 1 , .' 1 ' K 1 1 1 ' 1 ' ' s e t 1 1 : 1 " : 1 1 XFOETKY mmf Q26 as illlllflld H1 LITIIDATUDII ' v X X X K Nui.-. -if Li.,-v Ll? shear? si-,4 X J 5 -.4-Q X L I X , K Q , 11111111 s TNOII 1111 1 111 N 1 11111111 71 1111 111v 11 tl 111111111 Il 1111 1 1 111 III 11111 11111 111111 1 11111111 1111111 0 vjmfc 111 11111 11 111111 111 1 1 1 I1 11 1 1 11 1 111 11111111111111 11 1111 1111 111111 11 IS 111111111v11111 111 It 111 1 flllll 1 1 1111 V11 fl , 1 Il 111 11111 P f7f1 111111111 1 71 1111111111 P1gv100 P06113 Iogtlx IS l1l1 1 buttulx 501111 fluttu lun 1nd tlnu 01111 -l11.l1 ugnlx 11111 itll Anal somg slug A D1111111 A Llulm IS 1111 1 Lloucl ot dust Sxxupxnq ONLI NOUl b1d It bxmgs xou buuuful IDLINOIILN And XXOI'1LlLlfLll ITACIUOIILS 111111111 C mcle It su Lupi uouncl xou 'and tlnn gms ux IX XTARK nu 1 Hum mx T111 51111111 T111 smolv. xx1tl1 115 Lulls lml lwlulx xxlmc. 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Mother Bl 'SIIKICI R0 771111150 Romance IS hld behlnd '1 grey XLll Untll the one who loyes It IS deyeloped enough to come and hunt for IS llke the moon hld behlnd 1 slly ery eloud SIDES llke the tw Ing of the bow t fldes lw ly llke the 1llOW 3,0ll15 go ny, gillllg gone ROTIISCHII ID Flfth Grade - - A r 1 'A r 1 1 v K . , W Y . . 7 . . I . A V I 1 e , I ' 4 2 I - ' I ' V V 7.1 ! ! . . t I . . 7 Q v 1 7 l , . , 1 . 7 V - lt. lt' ' , , ' L ' V Y It " Y ' - 1 1 1 f. . I 1 ' L 'L ' ' 1 ll K' 7, 7 I 7 Y I i x l I x x, K ' BITATRICE RoTHscHll.n ' A ' v A L -, 1 8 - 1 - -, - ' '1 , . , ,A f a ' ' 4, . l ' 1 1 '- 1 . I v1 7 J 4 7 r l ' v 1 r I ' 1 I ' ' r - ' 1 vt 1 ' , . ,1 V .. . , I Y I I x U - 1. 7 L. I 1 IY,L '71 Y. K KK V, 1 1 1 1 - V' 1 V' 1- I -1 1 YT 1 A r v ' v '- v -A s ' 1 K' . 'V . Y . 1 I l 1 . 1 mlllrl- 11, A Pzcfzn c' Flfth Grlde Sllghtly more thln 1 league leross the sun scorched pl alrle the tall deld smoke stack stood sllently lgellll the clelr azure sky Around ICS base llke knocked down blocks of a cslrcless chlld the once llNLl5 fle tory bU1ldlI15S lly ln rulns INow IIS nlnety feet of dull 1Cd brlck w as doomed It stood a monument to the hands that had bullt lt, penclled agalnst the sky 1 landmark of the surfaced country S1dC a lonely sentlnel doomed to dle A low report rolled eross the sun browned grasslands The tall round structure shly ered as lf IH terror of IIS too ele lr doom Then serenely, mljestlcally md SLI wlth 1 touch of tragedy the monument leaned slowly oyer farther flrther flster flSKLI If tlembled now then broke ll'l two hurtlmy., down to the dlstlnt ground The smokestack w ls no more 7 XX II I IANI CH xxlulkl IN Nlnth Glade I Ol nz 1 xtlloxx h11r1.L IOHQUIS XX1t1 thtlr sltmlu hgurts 1it.l11ll1d mt of 1,orx,,tous goldtn llt,lLiLLi Aphrothtt Uuttn of tht 1111111ort1l buutx Pxrn Ilxx lounth Cfruit Har: 1 xf Moon Irom ox tr tht top of thx. slltnt xxood Cnlt 11118 1 goldtn moon IILFLIII tht mghts soft tlm mg mod Knd SINIILS on tht l1L,0OI1 lllxt 1 goldtn r1x Luttuu, t SLHLH1 out bkf-OIL If X gl1111111tr111 bum of 1 U11 thost xx ho ld0IL lf Rumi Rosl x Qlxth C11 ltlu XV1111'4 1 mttr IS Il mv toor l5rolxu1 Ind htgL,111g Snxtnms, md shl mt, tum llttlt tl mort 15111111111 1 SLIIDIULI IS ll mx tcor Cftntlx slut tzlls mt So t 18 htr YOILL And kmd lrt hu xxords Bm ID nu ox XIXRY Hxxo I 1ghth Grady A Sim 111 on fbc Lair Vx htn 1 SIOIIN ns brtxxmsg on tht x IELTS ,rlx A hush stttlts ox tr the lakt A roll of thunder, thtn 1 Huh And tht xx lttr S brlght is dlx But onlx for 1n mstmt Soon tht xx IX ts stlrt tossmf II1 h upon tht Short Thtn tht storm brulxs forth IH 111 lts turx Xm tht run bt ms to pour X A1 1 RII Noxx xsr Slxth C11 uit I 1 Tluf' '- .A 'i' 'l' 'Pl .' , .A '1, ,. . 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' , 1 Y Y ,, .1 ,1 1 Pug II Uf1011 a Hill Up on .1 l1ill beneath the floating clouds I see a city flooded in light, The windinv roads fluttering with Tl1t light of l'l11l1X 1Lll0l1'lObllLS I XXOl'lLlLI xxhtrt thtx go on tl1t11 silent LII 1ntls AXLR1 WALDNIAW Sixth Grtide Ja laztlz Oh flu 11' ln thy gratt, Ph LISQ 1nd bklllf Axt tl1t joys of youth Tht fresh b1e1tl11ng And purt scent of sp11n5,, Rosts just tomt 110111 out tht yy 1r111 And mtllovi e11th Tl1y smooth, sleek body Thy vntlt llld listtnlng C119 Optn to 1Il the sounds Of ltzfy f0lCSlS Thy wondering, symp1tl1et1t ey es Tl11t look upon th1s VVOI ld In innottnt 'll1'lllL, All shovi tl1t l1t1uty thtt bod out Unto ont of h1s btst of LICIIUICS, NX orthy of tountltss pralses A x lN 1 Bontu us Sty tntl1 G11tlt The Bllffll ly tt in tl1t mits o 1 tt Ll0XLl htltl xxhtn l f11st sm it A suddtn fl Ish of ytlloxx 1g1111st tht blut QILCII of tht tloxtt And tl1t11 1t vias bCS1dL fully lf flutteretl its wings and then tlosed them as lt hung precariously on the blossom lXoxx tl11t its wings xx t1t still l xx IS 1blt to study the 1nt11C1tt dtsign 011 them Thtlt v1t1t f1nt purplt llltl tgrttn lll1LS lI1Ll dots vxhlth formttl 1 111ost pt1ftttly SXI11l11LIllC,ll des1-'11 Tht 111ort l studied tht belutiful thmg tht ITIOIL I mtuytltd If tl1e yy orls of n1tu1t If 1 pamttr tould hut perfettly lCPl'OLlLKCLl that butttrfly, sys aymg 111 the b1ttlt on tht tloxt1 blossom ht xx ould hut l11tl 1 n11ste1p1ete And then, fool1shly l rt1tl1td out 1 l1111d to K.llK.l1 tht butttifly tht mort tlostlv to LXIIUIIIL lf With tl1e t1st llltl i,g11tt of ll1Xl11pl1 it fluttt1ttl out of 111y rt1th Suddenly m1d with 1 dLSll for the butttlfly l sp11nv to 1111 fttt 1ntl pursutd its llgLlQ tourst l.1lte 1 SIULX l1ttle glrl ll lstpt b11tly 1l1t1tl of mt, ttmpuntg me 011 and on until I lost 1t IH the Clt1r blue sky R1e11A1m BTAVIS Tenth Grade Pitt 24 P' 1 . 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'Lk ' ' 1 L a Y, A ., I, A ,L , , K A .gif A Typzcal Vzllage Plcfure The Dnxeper a busy rrver that twrsts xts way through Russra, let us glrdc. oxer 1ts surface wrthout a murmur of drsturbance Soft breezes blew delrcrously lcross our faces vshxle the burnxng sun beat down on the water from a clear blue heaven After 1 few hours tnme our small boat brought us onto a sandy beach nest to ln old mater m1ll and a few feet from some hundred Cows, that made uncommon racket upon our arrlval We made for a green Held that stretched 1n the opposxte d1rect1on thmk xng the vnllage we were seekrng to be that way A horse drawn cart made 1ts way slowly tow ard us and we called Tovarnsch Qcomradej, at the lone head we saw peekrng out over the ledge There was no response XVe mvestlgated and found that the wlgon was berng drnen by a sleeprng youth Further down the Held there rose a long row of hulls on one srde the rrver bound1ng the other edge A soft melody came to our ears through the clear :ur It was far from us at first but as we advanced we came to a sudden gap ln the hrlls where gram was growmg from top to bottom The figure of a young glrl was srlhouetted agamst the deep blue as she swayed grace fully cuttmg the gram wlth her srckle and kept trme wxth her ovxn musrc Her small brother was seated close to her on the ground beneath and lrstened lntently to the romantxc story of h1s srsters song Shortly we found the path that led us to the mam street of the vrllage It was about three thrrty m the afternoon that we opened the door rn the fence that led mto a courtyard Varnous ammals and fowl ran about 1n the mud and we stumbled over all to the door of the hut NVe rapped at the door and asked whether we m1ght have tea The sanlor of our motor boat knew these people and so we were more cor drally received than we mrght have been had we all been total strangers We were 1nv1ted rnsnde There vs ere five members of the famrly all lrvnng under the same roof whrle the mothers and fathers bed was of boards that were nalled hornzontally next to the wall and stove There were several charrs a bench and table and wooden spoons and bowls whnle a few photographs of fr1ends and Lenm, and an lcon adorned the walls The room was hot and almost too stuffy to breathe rn The stove caused the heat the lack of any fresh alr however was due to the fact that every vundow was closed and tlghtly barred, and old rags and newspapers were stuffed 1nto the corners and plastered agamst the glass panes There were three of our patty who spoke the Russran language and so we were able by means of our mterpreters to ask the reason for the barrrcaded wnndows We were told that thrs fam1ly was the first rn thc ent1re vnllage to 1o1n the colhoz or collectne farm1ng system and that lt met wlth such drsapproval amongst therr frnends that they feared contrnually for therr lrxes They felt much more secure wrthrn when the wrndows were nalled up and so they all but suf focated themselves At about four 0 clock we sat down to our luncheon of partrxdge and swrss cheese sandwxches wlthout any butter, and drank tea around the samovar and from tel cups of the famrly s best chma The table and benches had been carried outsrde for ventrla t1on s sake mainly, and we leisurely sausfied our appetxtes beneath great spreadrng fru1t trees Our hostess gave us large handfuls of red currants as a partmg glft and we felt that we almost repard them all for we took a snap shot of the famxly group It was delrghtful for us to watch the mother turn her apron msrde out grve her head scarf a twrst assume a stnff pose smlle and then feel that besrdes haung on her most hand some attxre she really looked her best Thus was our first glrmpse of Russlan peasant llf?'3 lnfe that ns long, tedrous but srmple-a lnfe that IS plcturesque and nmpressxve FRANCES LEVY Twelfth Gfldt P1geIOn ' - y 1 . 1 , . V A S V . A g I s , , V - , . , ' ' Q! ' D, . - ' . , . . , . . . . , . . .E . 6 I 1 in one room. The three children slept on a narrow shelf connected with the stove . , , A V . . I ' Q Y 3 Y , 5 Q I Y. 7 , l , ls , - , 4 7 5 K L , 4 ' u , - , 9 ' . ' . . y - x 9 y f 1 V ' , . I . P00771 Oft contemplatms, heiycns blue While upon my buek I I I wlslm I knew uhlt 19 1 oxe And would thxt I eould remeh the s So I elxmb those PIDITICICS Thit mm his m1Cle to tower hlgh Tlll people 1re lxke ants belovs And yet no closer seems the sky Further further rmclnng splres I'or the hlghest honor uc Untll you d thlnlx thlt for their IILIIIIIIQ They el serlpe stnrelust from the sky And I sclle the snoxxypcaks Natures towers 1s I tlv To come just a llrrle nearer To the blue dome of the sky Mountuns ralsed on high majestlc Up pxeelpxtlous sxdes go I Untll the eirth 15 Ind from seelng By tlnt yyhlte roof below the sky As Ielrus ln 1ne1ent my th Wlrh ymx 'md felther tneel to fly I too mm lmurrled clown to cu th I too sull nex er zexeh the skv NORNIAN RIPIJNIOND Eleyenth Gmcle Touanls L1 c mug Tou .lrds CXLIIIHQ5 .ls I lL'1LI lll Ill umclmur The dusk plles up mn the eorners And a haze softens the Innes 'md angles thxt compose my room Ivly book fills nn my lat vlherc 1t hes, open Rendered unrmdable by the ghosts of darkness NX ho file 111 1E the yxmdoxx md settle around me Nrlusle luke 1n unseen elouel of smoke Dmees 1n the room 15 Ieues Sxurl nn the celdles of 1 full breeze The sounds brexl on my xx utmg, mrs luke rlpples W hlelm gently llp on the yxlnte Incl snlenr slnel Do you wonder that I dream? 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I IN 'ICRQ rxrzrtr R srcrx Page 3 Uver the Hills to the Poor House By Gallon Smelser Lrttle Prunella Plotz xxrth her chrld lrke blue ex es filled xxrth the lrqurd of hot passron nas lxmg prone oxcr thc drsh cox ered krtchen srnlx Why xx as she thus If xou promrse to tell no om I ll explarrr dear reader Her dear old grax harred mother vxas rn the poor house XX hx B cause mean old Srlrs Htrdpan had fore closed the mortgage before Drtlx Darhns, could arrrxe xxrth hrs hard earned xxages from Srlas sxxeat shop It looks dark for poor 'Xlr Plot7 and her god tcarmg caughtcr B t just t n lrttle rr c xxhrspered to Prurrella laxxn the ,rools qurck So Prunella vxcnt to ltrnd old Qhxlock de Goldberg and lrt sud that the Jcxx els were paste Q ox ox x'rt a betsrressb, but he knexx he could trust her so he loaned her money on them and she xxent to hnd Srlas Hardpan Brt one of hrs desprcahle cronres Moplrrre Nlrlxe leer rnglx told her that Ire had been appornted or erseer ot the poor house Qthe endj She xx ent to pax Srlas and free her dear old gray harrcd mother lu found rrm xxhrpprng her fthe rogue! He sard 'Nay x rrettx assre sre xxr no Je freed for all the gold rn the xxorld only for xorrr hand rn marrrage Heh' Heh' Alrs rnd alaclx crred the dear old grex lrarred mother but then through the door bolted Drck Darlrrrg Srlas Hardpan sard our Drclx fret them helpless xxo rrrenfollt or Ill tell the sherrft of xou and Reno Rathrc md tht dcatlr of the cashrer ot the Dtadrat Bank Xou dog plred the noxx crrngrng Srlas hoxx drd xou find out 'Ihe Box Scouts and I hare our methods smrled Drclt Forled, be gad take the xxomrn but Ill be seem xa punk hot rf my trustx srx shooter sees xou hrst Jeered the gallant Drck So Drck and Prunella xxere marrred rn the old grav church on the hrll and they and Prunellas dear old grex harred mo ther dxxelt pcacefullx cxer after Cnoxx, arrrt that grand'J FOREIGN COLUMN Hatvxav rsay atternray rthxxax Tudent sax Overnrentgav lllwax, esxax andav onax utbax alsoax onax andax esxax Heretax oux ax avehax rtax rnax a utshell nax Hatstay hetax roubletax rthxxax tudxsax eadshax hextax arcav ostlxmay utshellsnax Hereforetax hextax appealay otax allav qurrrelly sa coplcpax max hetav ehoolsax Hatxxay tudentsay oxtrmentgav eedsnay rsax omensay oodgay utcrackers nax esslay tudysay allshay andav oremay trrderrtsay actrvrtxax errodspax orfay hetay enrfitbav ofax Amsax Adevxay Osax etlax usax endax rsthax roblempax ybax omg gax onax rl utnax retdax GRADE NEWS Contd The srxth grade are expectmg a suc cessful baseball season as Nlrss Vollrn trne has consented to take oxcr the coach mg of the team Besrdcs marragrng she xxrll plax second btse ta la llorrrsbx lhe Junror U 9 Hrstorx class as Page110 donated an orange groxe to 'vlrss Lornell and the sexenth grade to help them rn Hndrng nexx xxorlds to conquer 'irons IC SC Stand rx, for Round the Toxx rr program of Lleax es and Greenebaum on xx hrclr thex vxrll take xou to Chrcagos chorcest glacral nrorames stone quarrres and other pomts of geo logrcal rntercst accompanred by VX egen ers protegees thc troonrng ughth graders FORUM DANCE-Contd xxere suddcnlx arxalened bx Dream a Lrttle Dream of 'xle hx permrssrorr of the copxrrght orxners and plaxed b Frglebeak Grrunran and hrs frxe trusty poopers Lhult to cheek dancrrrg xxas en trrely unlxnoxxn due to the calm general shrp of the prrma danseuse Eldrrdge At 17 30 the partx all adjourned to xarrous surroundrng rrrght chrbs breakrng up rr1 trrne for Saturdax Sessron xxherc xxe all slept off the effect of the nrght before THIC '. 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Hotel oxulooknng I1l1t Sl1o1c Drnt Ollx Sutet Btlell and the lake xmlkm d1st1nte to loop Clxurthts md sthools ont bloelx to bus and surface l1nes APARTMENTS Arrmged 111 1 Z 1nd J room SLIIYCS vs1tl1 9p'lK,l0LlS lnms, room btd 100111 md llso modern lilfCl1LD Tum beds with bed sprmgs md mner sp11113, mlttlesses used throughout Lnmg rooms are del13.,l1tfull5 LIIPICICHI 5re1t CJ11., bum, tikcn to assure comfort 1s vtell is chzuacttr 'md tharm Dmmg rooms 1nd ls1ttl1ens sepa rated f-10111 l1v1n5 IOOYDS bs I'1t11tl1 doors I 111 I1 tololed t1lt blth 1001119 lust tub and show L1 u1tl1 s1lk turtuns to l'llll110l1llC Ijlll gold table SLIXILL SERVICE Complete l1otelse1x1ce mcludmg dulx Dlilld lmens 3,15 l1g,l1t md lLfIlgCl1t1Ol1 H11,l1 speed tltwltors Ru.rt1t1o11 100111 on txxtntx lllSt floo1 1nd optn 111 lOOf fO1 SUITIITICI months CATERING AIND COMNIISSAR1 Meals t1ble dhote md 3 I1 exrte serxcd 1n lplrtments xuthout txt11 elmrge SOIIIIUIU 1Xlllll3lC for pr1x1tt Vktddlllgi blnqutts luntlmtons Ol sm1ll dmnel pnruts Commnsmrx open fI01U 9 00 A M to l11lClIllf,l1f LIIIXIDS, 1 vude 1 IFICII of foodstufls REIXTALS from S100 to S750 Restllettd tenemcx R C AGARD Nfumzxlzze Dlutfm JOI-I T REDMO D STATE BANK BUILDING NATIONAL REPUBLIC BUILDING Office Blllldlflg Management Page116 1 v vu' f 'x W 'x' ' V V-I A .ry V ' 'xi 1 ' - 1. , . . ,, . 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I . . 7 i 'S 9 I ,g ' 1- LESTER B ELDRIDGE TAP NIUSICAI CONIEDX CHARACTER 1 BALLET SOCIAL DA NICING :NND VII ala Lf mom 113 A 1 Illlllflflfllf C40 Dancmg Instruttor 'xt Frmels XV Plrker School Se1son1931 1932 sttmo Telephone XVIIIMIIIII 6525 'IDKRRBEST RANDOLPH AND WABASH CHICAGO Outfitters to Young Men CLOTHING HATS FURNISHINGS SHOES Importerx o Excluswe Noveltxes m NECLWGQP Leather Goods and all acceisorzee RESS TO YOUNG MENS D L P WARRE GLNIERAL IRSURANQE E, 175 West Jaekson St XX 1b1sh17'1U PLAZA AUTO LIVERY AND GARAGE CO 1460 NOR FH C1 ARR STR! DIVCFSCY 7670 N I INCOI X I IXIOUSINI S IOR HIRE Ing! , 1 S' 3 1 I . 1 II 1 w A Y 1 1 . . 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LLINKTON 7080 7081 DFSIGNILRS AND BUILDhRS OF SPECIAL MALHINERX TOOLS AND DIES IIGI-IT AND HEAX Y STANIPING LUNTRAQT MANUFACTURING Are You the Man? You have ehlldren you but ldvantlges beyond what Nou have musle lessons you overlook nothmg than will make them stronger hlppxer more eultured ln l1ter lnfe And et you never thmk of PICTURES Qhlldhood IHIPFLSSIOHS are deep and lastlng Pletures not many not expensne but earefullx ehosen are a powerful mfluenee when tlste IS forrmng U BRIIIEN Ari Gallcrzfs 673 North M1ChlgaH Avenue Superlor 2270 7 O O 1 v V ' v 1 I f . r I' -. . ' 5 . ' - A .L 4. . Q . A f -,-,----.i- - V Y A , , Y 1 A A 1 - x . - V Y L L I 0 , , . ' , y 1 y' va 2 - 2 1 I . '- had. They go to dancing school, they learn to swim, they . 3 I 1 xt' J, 'V 'I . D X x L' 1 , 2 . x v H l L 1 ' x. yi! ,Liv 3 x . l ' . k - 1 3 . I . - W A v . 1 24' x ' 'xy 'V X. 'V ' , - 1 I I . P , IV: I ISL f' rf' r--' JAY? il,uX1 Hia Nl NJ :Of-ffy WDUNL O7 PM Fl ILA T bm 5 COALH Name! 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It puts you in actual Contact with them. 9 Y " 7 I l O O u'ro -mls: Acetvlene Mxners Lamps Used by Mmers Throughout the Unlted States, Alaska Scotland, Wales, Indla Australla and South Afrlca UNIVERSAL LAMP CO aferf JOHN B GAPER CATERING COMPANY L20 Catermg by Gnper proudts the utmost m excellence of cuxsme dxstmguxshed ap pomtments and flawless seruce Orxglnal and dClILlOU5 Iu. Creams Pas trnes and Delncacnes promptly delnvered from our retail store 161 FAST CHICAGO AYINUI Established 1882 Su Jrrmr S1 fl It c JOSEPH H BIGGS Caferer Gold Gllt Chairs for Rent GH? By Romd and Railway GYQ Telephone Superlor 0900 611 13 WABASH AxENtE CHICAGO Pu 44 Old Rf liable LINCOLN PARKWAY GARAGE CO Incorporated Tbf Daxlzgbi C afagz 0 ilu N01 gbborbood 2470 NORTH CLARK STREILT One Block North of Fullerton Awenue CHICAGO Phone Lmcoln 4533 9533 CHAS G MILLER MGR Rcjlazr Shop HI Connerlzon 24 Hour Service A C ' ' r 5 V v l ' . 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