Freeport High School - Polaris Yearbook (Freeport, IL)

 - Class of 1941

Page 1 of 154

 

Freeport High School - Polaris Yearbook (Freeport, IL) online yearbook collection, 1941 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1941 Edition, Freeport High School - Polaris Yearbook (Freeport, IL) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1941 Edition, Freeport High School - Polaris Yearbook (Freeport, IL) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1941 Edition, Freeport High School - Polaris Yearbook (Freeport, IL) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1941 Edition, Freeport High School - Polaris Yearbook (Freeport, IL) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1941 Edition, Freeport High School - Polaris Yearbook (Freeport, IL) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1941 Edition, Freeport High School - Polaris Yearbook (Freeport, IL) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1941 Edition, Freeport High School - Polaris Yearbook (Freeport, IL) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1941 Edition, Freeport High School - Polaris Yearbook (Freeport, IL) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1941 Edition, Freeport High School - Polaris Yearbook (Freeport, IL) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1941 Edition, Freeport High School - Polaris Yearbook (Freeport, IL) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1941 Edition, Freeport High School - Polaris Yearbook (Freeport, IL) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1941 Edition, Freeport High School - Polaris Yearbook (Freeport, IL) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 154 of the 1941 volume:

E E I A 1 v 5 l i E Q E 2 E S1 if 1 Xi S E r E 3 1 5 2 A fffvg' ' ,.-1'H3g" 1L-,.'pf'Llg " AW .-,if'. 5 ' ', v'T't' H d 'il I .. fig" .,Zfi'?!s,. ,, ' QQ - ,197 f'F'Si1.l 'i wif . '-w if i ". -f5"f,,F' ,Q i m? f',fl4'sl 'F '- .STF'g' T ,Y A 1 , is , 12 f fw g g w - ,ff f ,g? , ' 1,5 ,A .4-Q' 1w ' ,, :.ws. A f . qw ,wh as-w g f a wax 4 w2K1E.f ML W-,3' if Hgh " ' S ' 'fsff X. "Qc 51. 'sl V 15-fSZ'v".3 NV ..wQ. 1?X .J Y h.':v.'-: X. . N3 vu., ..1,., , w- .'-4' -f ,uw 12 A -' 1" 'A-'13 vu. .. im if . . f'4'w1m Q Q' N ' -??'i'Mr'- .f1'5MZ-W - ' M ..x f ,Q 1 J. W- e- - w.f-fm+ -gf-s- RF? 1 P L+ . 1 -. 1.r1fvm ' ",.- ni' 2'5f4?m, .4 PL 255 ' , + ' I, ' f ' X 4 ' ., -- E.. 'f . vg,,w.?w..1ai-ef ?'V'fiX:3?af:q, -4- 122-5,4215 wiv' ., - ,L wgmigsgv -' 11, Lv , N 5-,1 1 Q 442356 -fvff.1f.Hv:,a3,i..., 'JPN fi ni ,wx ,A ,. 'i1n:'?iH'M"tN wa, 2 4 1?-2'f.ipf,1 ?.'+r01?'J"'v ' "2's.f.N'w' ay 'P r-'I' 'sw af' . Ai ' qiv. 'flilf'-k"'35N"a" WT inn 'Q fx".2-gh 6:1zw f1 2: 1 1 ,www-f1.:'iQ ' 5' - 1- .VQANQ1 A--ww-1 FPQVRZS2? 2' ., qv 2. . - 'M , , , . 1 , ey-QQ . , gk sg -f - : n sap,--3121z,g:?w5p,gEE,L-..fa:1r+W.,5jg, vga wk iw ,qmf b ., y1r, mg4 f,. ,qp:Qn Q 'f,gi5?+g". p sHyRffk,fffi ,,,.f 5 '11 LZ,-1 5'x'Q-, l - f x . ,,?iX3fai5fn.t1'.i SA 'mggxq .g a fix A, U1 i m s if .1,,g.,,.-ii-A 5, ,w,z ,, ,19 1 vvqiw-fmx mimi ffzff . 1-fr-Wwe f. -as W ,f V . , f 'f -'.,1m. f . fam x A a Q A . ' fl w 1. . 2 -'Pf1:.'!,,.'V-Mvsgijhpef wi' N: 'f-.fi-L efxfa ',g5fs5fg,p -f LQ. ag? 92. W' t ' . sxlifyf -Jw . 'Y 41 - ff. f .vga szwf"x'?f ,.-552 05.1 ISN H--:,2,:g' .Q lk pi F- wa Y' mf -W ' 'NY f - ,, L, Q mf- , -- 1 3: , Y 'y5,4,V ,Q mpg., J 49" gf ffm, ,Q,,g,1i f. Q 3 Q, V, -w w ,' fvfv V- ' . -, K- A-.9 ,q'61.L,gm--fN,q,gi, wa ., :ivy - el - my 1afsfi?,i,:Q.--s'fv,?Miv2Q..H,fm L ,lgxflav yifw N"-, V., . -' HM - 'Sax ifmxwlw friggft. - M Z5."?H-- ."fI:2gff' ,We-f15:3iQ:,Af W H,Pgf1'PQ,,fr m 1 wggkff '9Qfng574.i5YI-ifiQ 512'Qf' gniiif il iii?-iw.fggfj'-3?-'f'+WLu'fQL-1 ma:?i w2',11f ,1x.,55ww'. w?-Qff' - f W sw ff'M's1i'ai' war ff? V, -wwf' 1, 'ri 'f :grae NaHi'if2w""X1fwf1ff.fi-Hi Lljiww' , ' sv Q,75a?"4y V :,: 'f91'H rf. 5 frvfff" 4-nfl-fi .r' w :.,4:'f- 'f '!4- ffiffz Ff"44"ff5fp?' ,E , 8. ' i k m' C 2 'ff' inp't.-fff'?",,fwp.'fwz, mfeg- sf-J+fg,,: ,g-:f"1,'Mfw ,- f?fuw" .5 va- r aa. g ' e-Qa'ms.QHffg.S."d X 1-2 512 , , J .+:V','.f ' 1 ff ' wi-:'1Qvh?h'xq il' 1,, w-",f1'f 5 wa 1w..,,?.iv1'-c.5'.:xff2f1'fV,35n-1 X535 fgivfvfnws '- 'ffgkfifwff-2 4 .A ,W ' wf--5,1 W- .-4 ' ,-,M -3- -Qu. -. 1- Qu!! ,vw-ww :,f1"vFL'-NY-ff9E3S,qmE: .1 Jw wi,:1ifi51i.r f M? 54?-fLe.fg1Y '-'N' ? - , J N1-,Ha 4.-Q' flgqrtni " ,, QQ -Q' ,Sgr f2 4g,vtn 5 u 5 s Ffa- mfg url, " ' MY N Yrfhff-54T??.1--1 ,-xi: '4Aw's,,'5 f iw .C?'255fb5Z..i5iwE:"i,-kmieiiw 1 5A2L""wL:,Q1"r, A , -t X - V ' 3-Q. . ff GQ1-, ' w fvf wi, , IQ f "TQ- -1 Xifw' 1 "5 "3?fi'ffLg'Q N "' 5515 ,ff if-f 1- f,,.1,ff, 1, .QA I, ,xv g Kangrifbf-5,1,-i,,, fgfiww-m5,ggas g ,,, A f. q1,5.f4,Q,-Q lg .XL ,mr -L 1 ,K 4-Pa-Mani, AQ yr , , Nw :li QM H49 N. 5 ag 1:-nwfw, 1aS'E5,.ifeff,:,f?':e"-5f3A.AS:'.' M? 24-,?52s""wiZ'w-4 92 Y'Fw1'z1w.s1.' Af rf- - 5 1. 31429 U., 5.3.4 'fm'-ff? ,f..' , , .Q 'H-r'1ff,gfBYfgu.e., .f.f1P,'1 .v.Z' A52-r. ,WSQYP-H 9-ii?-ifffgiqafwf' if'Ti.HQg, mf'-Q"f.f,'gs'A . ami- 1, - 3, 1456" -fl ' 426+ ' A' .7843 ' QW , S1 'V 1 ig, ,raw , lffgfz A 495.-'ing , J"?fia1fSiffE"f4:.ffi"21 f"i.kiLx1iw'?MQ?b2W4w' 1525f 4l-fa. f- ' Liv 2 V F EW - .:f:fW?M?' 5- -Xwfff':'iw.'f?-' W1 -12 -may fs -Qing-.4 5 fuwyeieffl-ff rf aj ww 'L H - J 'Q' .W 'f " 'fm I 3' T' w:Qg.q-bri g' ' 5' A 'sw gs2g43..iM5af::Ef,:, J v"+ Q 'H--xr "M - ,fr x 5.1---fwiw. N - uw 8 6.11 . 'v - '15 m Y -'Mn x 5' fhgfgiliv, - an 1 1- 1 0.4421--9-.w 4. ei. dbfn.-441 1 .-cw, 'lMra"'2,-,5'g-.WYQbkfi-5i3w'ff?1'?1',a1?:i'x SJW- 'SW-,::4'vgv SQVTJA :LSB -' ,ng-XJ' My-2211, uw? X- , ,: ' 1 SHA f vw'-, . 'K qw' iw fi- ' ww:-fa, ,.: 'A ,'f'w'.rM :gm 1,-il'-HI, M,,,:,,'.g'-' QW 1 Sc -, -5,5512 -qu N, Q3 4.,,- My ...' N .+yQ52"':L.- J wa ,.,.,, 1.g -ff .- - , ', 4-.ww . fy, '+- , :M-,:-A-.ggglt 'gf-,aw ' ,sg ,iff-52,1-j . 3 -J J... ,hw LH- fivrgs.. ,.-,Q M,.f,xw r pgs-..--g'f'E-,ei,mQ-gf em-fm, gk 4.1 - ew., - we -:img w:ef'r' fm-aSg'fim mm: f f , V-11311. F-F 'eM'v52K2fJ.g?5z-- il?-11 rf'-' ' '?. 'f2'w.eE Wlffjl - 5 '15 gy' z, ,1 1f-359 HN" 4, V Mm yi 5 W 355621-i " .,-gfi'n"f' 'f'S2?"fH ui535iw-'V' 41, -, A f img, if-my 5, f A. Ewa? pd., - V , , -at .f -. ,,.,5g3i,.5:f .,3.,,M . gy L 5 ,w9g,,,:,L -,Q Miva- '-Falixhfxb ' -elf" 'Mlm -..4,,,, 5,,,w?. ' ff me' 2 nh . -at f,',,g' i"tw2f:+,g3 :.,. .--ff:"Pw f1.Wf1F, .,.':f'.w man -.ssrmf fr-x- y r2:s2f3h'X'eZ,i ..g,nv':pf,2 2y6:3w1H'fi'a f Q ff-IW 3 "xx, QW 'mm ' ' f3:,iQ p. ' Q? 'F-Viyiff1"ETi' ' bv w5"Aw-1,1-Q, if igff 1 fi wh- w h- .W -fm :S 5923- .N Ag, , Hp ,fvmff was. : M- fi. , , . - .ke W 1Qh?u..Qf zo .-ww? .,,.w.-fix. - 4' " ,RSM-' V 'vs-'Q J ,fx f- .5-'aJ3z"" N - 'fwf 1 2 ' ,.Lvf3'ig ff' Lim 1- 1112 41 3' 51 ii 1 V- F3131 ' Ni, H ' J fwggv Q5f?ff 4f 'f : ff 3f "Q4 GT ffifiw' fl-W V W ?f5Q2i'if2Pf :8K w if' .Q f5?iT:'i2Hi?i f'9"'f 2 ' 44 xr, ww ,. 17.17 'eLq"'--a ww ,f., "" 155. W if .Ae fs,.17 .f-5 Eef:, l.g fu 'A be. "W ,G f.,'f'5Vg if ,, web. V. 5,554 I, f., 'M , , H1 'g+- 'fix , , ,.',f 1.:E H - 'gif 5151, f., gr ,ww .5 .-Qx ,Y v P ,, u ,V ' 337 ' 1,-'S 1-av 'ng ' fi ' 4 fy 'F t. ' ir u-f ' Fx . , 1- ff V s it N- 'A in 551' ' fWff 1- W-.V wiidii -' 11 iwf . ,g ' ' A- . mf , S J :K 'f??L'2:g, -"i'Wi9'f' V.?Ei+5 T655 2:3224 'N ' ' "2-ii?-W U if f- 4 f' ' - .gg V iv fi' QP- -' 1' --31" 'WTXIJ 4- ' U: f'Q'f??g '- ' 'W-f V 'f ,gr X, 'En-fH'u. H A If-f vf ,Q i f at S , :Sy ' -g,f',f ,fgp,9,flg, J jd' 'V 4,.' xv 'Q az .H Ep :ff xl -, -'- , -W 'V 1- ., RN,4l?E1's' , 2' -HM - iilael ' -,iv M -' t .Q 'wS1312H,fX? 4 ' "1 1- - J- . M 3 ., , sine 4. Q .1-N l " 'ffm X 1, . 5 9+ '- lvl' m mf i n f?" , gm-Sw? Eu A ' , JF 'i??PEE4w?'1.v' EST:-f - -E' F' ,3g!,iJ,QQ?i'f-, EMI? vmm, , ff-39 , ,,,Q.- .igwigpf pg? was 4- w fm ig. 1-1 4,-wqgwsg :fl X' 2 ' ' A .f'?Q' HM in 4, .gm 'ma .. fam ,gi-i Nj'-Mwsf, : 4 wme:,,.2 W -'f f ,. 'Q .M mwfivfi " w f,f?Q,5'- ff ,',,fi,3- 'tw Swyfm-1q,f, Q- 4 aw hw, Wfsii au f - .1 , F 'Qu ' f5S3S2J'm 'f'+lf?w Swi -1 f-af' ,,iggw.,g5 L ziggy Q . 3 f M - Q, 3351153- ,, iJQ , N j - li J I f ra V3 ag, my pigggi , an lg.-fr ,ggfaigir qgjfg ,g W 'E,'g,,,, 1' . 2 fix ' fu n V-1w2pv '!? 'f j3Q':1jfE3'6Vff-1 " '43'?fg:ig- 2.31, .,5'.i3Y ww Q4 'I -Ply " whiz - 2, EMA ,J 'ff-if ,QF?f5' ' ,m4Ugf.-", Lv" if , .pq-1'T' gi! inn: 3. . 2gw?1'-f- U . 'P-Ai :ew .N- se, 'ff' ,f yi'qwi. .,Ef5'f"f:: W,-f -'-VR2'- 1 .f?1w'v":1', 1 1 irvpafsg, Q1 A W Q wif -- enmlfffif 514' wif-vfifevt-. 1 , ' ' , ' 1,1 , .wa'gH-1-g,fg,'ffM3f f3'b .vr9gs,irf ,-3? f ' ty,..,, :Q-., , 4i?!fp m?5, . , ff , 'H' aff'-'+1,wi,,Q A -fb i? ' V f ' P-. J: , .1":n':1f'f , , W-sw ,wi 'wid ff-P '-if-wb ' .f :TL .wsb ,4 fiwZQg.m2f, ,-L 12 As. g5,,1fmQfi'w- R wi qw f -0- f V :Q . . .- f- he A .-vm V1 xfgggm- .J -A-f.f?S,.5.133f. M- 1- - 'T vi-x:4.kw 'r"" ' 1" hfl ,V-.. ' 1.,'wfMi"2'9-- 5 ww +P .'::.M- Y "53?a9i'C 4 .rig Hr' - ww ., Q 3' + ALM' f-1-. "V u if 5 J . ,M wir?-: - My ". 2 - Aw' 'Qs' " H-f'f1si?5+'Aq31u, "Y .Y ww- 1 xgfpg A 11 '3 pf' ff' 4. V' W1 ' '. - wg.: ,s'-J ,g n '34'M,., -A 153-29 ..-3, an rw' ff, '-S ' -4? . ,ey - xp: .' , w' K' - - ,A M?'1'f .ff 2541: gm? lgw ,pspal , 'rf , ,I A-E,-Hi, f Sgfzfz ,. -wfwfxw - gk Ha,1. y,r -,g f .1 M -' 1 ,vw . W, Jgfrw L 12 f.: .Qu Q , ,-359,55 , A - vu, ---3, 1-J , Q, ,n,,f-,- 233355 V' 11.4-'lH 'k1 Qf3'f'gu.w 'M"eF'lwz'vEa1'1. " "f"'5E' ' F ' SJ 13 ' 14 iafbein , .,'g?QL?3v:q"'?m"ff,!1 fEy!nfR.F2.Z , Wi "ff, f . Q 'igxin if N ,---slfF9f',,3w 359511 f.,cE:,aggx,m"j.g112Ef9qwaafA ,ug Q QM, ,ff ,gg ugh ,:1,4,.s:3gigg ' Lg -gk1,...4,.v..'qde",.,j? ,Vw Q 2 - 5 1 ,AGR-15,4 QQ-N mx 4 sp, M1415 -' if -' J' 'MTW' 1' , H2'fs?"?iQ4g3if?2'2 fzwikik'-1,,.,z 'ma w- 9 '2 3, 'W A' 3:1 .f a :af -, f gg, :U "'?"wF" W: !"i xv 1-'Fir 5 'f :Q 1'?fPgg7'5 V 'Y H 'Y'-Vx"."f - !f"'f'S'F'2'?+" X' HW - ' 9' ,'a,1fz331:, .n,fv.'yf,11! , u-:SQ rw?-ff?4,,.r'af-ng' -QE 1' 5 .- V 'N ,f fg.5wg.,1 .F Qiawgv :iw wa , fm?-'Q-4 5 A.: - ,, , wt W-!+1-w ay , , hh .f-Mn -V 4w.,.f'-.If-:Q ,1- M- gf g!f"'8f pk1Zwinf 'Y195'5gQ2..f?53.--i5vg??'-'51,-151 wig U5 :Q f Q? Jfi'7g"2f?'?"' Q' ' ff gv fgg , A , 'Q ww f H 'V ' jf5g+,+gQfeq-q2g6fF.9i'13Ej!4:w-img1MW -qw I a -age' -m,gff f'1 am' b '.- iw? 1 R w f'f"4f', Si ex ff'f":sw,a4 PM my 1 . D ' M, W'- 1 A fswf4-,ffax-5:1-w , ff. wg- ,2 g 1-, 64-ff 5515-'Qaf'mmeiiQ45af:gf2fjz5vf'+?fegggiggxgmggkx-,SL3,i5 fx 'gg2j,ki,,1zxXag,vQ 5 ,U 5,3 ' , s.f,1'S1z-W: Q, aw . -Sw X ,522 - nf u- ' - 'ff ,V H1 'Fw V -fx ,s, 4: A whzv. "wi ,fm ,r xx f Y, ' f '. ,r-, f' P1 ,- xi-x , hmaffffa, .: m fu w-l'i55'L' fig, 4-95.33 fm' Ja, iw a, 'S 1, ' L my M. ,, Qv f3"5fs?ff.1-?+'f'kZ7feg-3,Myq7ggziU:.:1,gP4Q7Mf- - mfg 5' JQQW w w , , 134 .,,ix5vz 1 , - ,.w,fg:,,- ,wg-gg V ,Q vi-if-mme! '95 My ,-is -x1,,5,+ga9. , ,3L N-L 1,4 - 1 wa. 'WA FL lg',f':w1 ,-,'-,VxNg1k,.g5wg?y-,ilrz--1: Lg:-gm-5,4 pgfite 2- if Kirin f sp- Q ' ,qw M4-Q- i k '1Hfi'1, .5 ixymif Qi , Je 145 fggt . ' f -X ' Si? --Qg i.i+?1,.515133455-a.yg5fAf1?Qf.f:gWe-1ifl5f', gn- , Ha 4' 1 bf., .L ,m,f--,f- A--jg? 5:w.. ..w':, 1? -V3,nxy'f5'91 "-Zi' '4f1,g f :.,lek?' 'WT fry W ' A-9 , A .a "4-.fmv fwrtgvm 'Q ,S ' 'Mfgiiii"Y .Q '?21f,a'M f'Qswn N .... ' 4V?"'1-iA,w:K' a -gf uw air' -ex-f . as - Milfvif as Heff4Hffl,!1'?1 43 fs-'ab l h,-F' Q3 "i'g"iH1iw-f555f9'5 :,J "11g ' ff -" fbwilx v ff S -' 1-fb-. LQQ -an " 'nhl F -SSW? 1- J: " . my FW :I w: ,fr '-.saw 'f--w ,Xf5w'1"Q .--My ' .f m .sw N.. in V - , 5,1 we-fa .4 ...Jw Ye? 'eip 'MG-f'3'Q, " 13 'f ' M , 4, , 'gfsgf-sf C av-, fv'yiQg'. iv-1 i9Qg-4Y??.?5:-'S2S'1i,,.4-wig fm f-qfzfafiafal xiii: ',S'Sf': , -ff 1132 Q' mf g m an-I -M4314 , .A QS- V as if u w? ' , .args 154 L'AifQzl??'? " ig 'fEw -- 22"f?4i5ii5Si -1vff,.L-fefii xw. 1-ZW.-2 'rf -451:92 " X- 4?'Siw'1'f 'a' 1 , ' ,e:g31',5,Qi5+x 'J-gf sa". Y 1+ , , r,fw:gr , GW' -' g,f'i:i51i:m,A' Jf' ?- 'Y " 4 "":tf'e', 'k59Qf'.EU2zn -61 g.fQ'?-,gg--.wi 53' '-' ,135 V V li'Cf'f-. 'ww ' ' AMV4-" '1 ff'-, w ifi , mm M3133 ' wg fi- .wifhr ww" 311 ' "fb 4 Ui' 1' Y 1 ' ff 1,',.nm,,, a:"v'. 2. . A MX -.-418. ,J-. N 'S' V, pg. , fm m f - .- fm. nw 4 , .I 4f"f'..a,A -1 1. Q A-if. f-in f-Wg+:. q,. Y. vw J gh,-3 Q f.- N 4' fx wiv.,-?1:54w4rfs,',,qZgqQs.,cf7W f, fx. ' if . ' -. as 'f X--V I ' - E V W' iifiiiwi. 'X-If ffm-.4 Wfmlm 'r-'Pf?1'f" 'Af ,al MH, V' -V 1 if-.HM -r f w S4 f -rm' H N 1 f' 1- f K -- V H. H-' ' ' , , H V. . 4 -. "U 'V f . u n , ?-Wi. , -, in .w ,ww-.,mf4Ygf 24 ffm,-. - wsu- , .. , irq '. -M, ',g4M1,1Ayg ,, . A 'L --V yifffml 2QiNF555Ji'7p-Jig ff: .QW " 5 , ,R f L w wf , 'QM af,-. ..,p,4 'w -wx 1 ,i M' 4-9' -1 -iris h" - "Q-.j.'i'. +qyg,W"M5t?2!1, -:Jay-FQ: ig 9. . -15 Q We .i2+1,. 'Q . -JJ Q .Wig Wy, ,m,,iT,,,, .szgwiw , 0 4, ,W . ...M- f, x ., .F my .S f,,,gQ.,..,Ly4,, ww, ,4.,,g,L,7if,. 1. 3, -i M.g, ,i Qw fy ,Ms v5Egi9rW 23w?ggf -fi., 1 5.11 N :'1?2?g'5f?E?,:.f:m ?f?f.W' 3' im, '35 -My " 9:3 253' K ,fyizfv-. .neig fviii ff -QW' an g.,w,w'grff'a-gv vli- 'EYE ' 7325546525-ss1m5'Q' gfiiyffi: 9 K W ws'Q,Q?2?6 .-1 4 f,,.4,4yffmJ.:13awga ,Q-ffivfi --fmyfiiim M, I Vi. ye ,w'emw:?g, , PQI? f.. , Q JL 2f1,1:ffwfaw. xv-341k . w,s:wv25.-2Lv"1e?vfE'ie,g,.f' awp ew.. 1223512 -fi'-an f Z'5f' ,ifJ.. ?JZ4'l1fgefN FL V i9 M52 miiwgl' -mf 4 432 Sw E'hf55lpiAfM ' 'wg' . ,g9?.2+5W:.t3'5-2:5-xfifg' 'fm nga? '-'ZAR ' W '1 ..'4,s'k?' 'f ' l .H.Y'Vi2' gf' r r -?K '9i4"g ' , ' i W , , 1 Qi' V' llfpf- -G QQIW -, -,M lj "'131-QpnlQ,14?f,ffg' ,lf Z , nunvvsrff. 3, x w ' 4 1- , k " wi , - - ' gif vffr '-1555, '3' f,+L, . R L 1 ., "iii"-'1xf'g'x ff' fx. 'f f'+ -'Q?'K'iw1 ,,..f':ff'3- - 'f'f1gQz5'fU5'5Jf?f2E.1, WW WW ,A " f7,E.vV 3giwE3 'Qs -f if e. , , - P P -f " 'G u fi' "' 'P h i ' f . MW '5f1 ' 19fi' H W 31235421 5 Wi, . ' Wx M2311 f 'f' T-EMQW f-f Lf . . . nf' My ' 2 "-2 " VX fiwf-. ' e' H i fag. 4 ' H ' '. Q .35'fff5,. .V,'-!fvnn7'j,. 3620 1 1'-My 1, lg, :. -H : .:, .A "'w,. ' W ' agggw-W., xv. --Tgmii 7. 'i -1 vw, 1-' fh lffwf ,fvfffia-saw ,- 'V + 'f 'Q+'5ii13:f'ffiff3' ' 'ffwihlffiii M5-1 f sf' . L.. 1 4 'sis 'll 'X 2 jun' KM:-4 !9,qs,Ex,-1,.g pg ff-X' , ,- ff- , X , .fab ,::"?f.'-53,r- l , lr , if v 'lar ",-gb "!4Y' - . 2- 1' Y in ff--aim :Wu '1'f,13?Z95'4 1 5 Xww ff 'qw ' Qi' 'f x f I , GPH' 'W ' w fx?-fx Jw V 1' far V- -1 'lv 1 -M 5- .. A 11 Mu -1 . 95 ' ' 1- X A we 5v??1fM ,ff3gg,2x-2-.., M fwgw, " bf , pq ,JZ-1 4.3, my '32-fl WMM-.-1 mem ww- W fuk K A , Y 4 -V-V 2, 11, 'f 1- -H--, 'rv X' vs , 1,-f, , 512 ' , H -1 '- 1-Q , 3- wg My. f--v. 5 -4 .J ., 4 rFi,1-- ,,,',-',,.'.ux e 'bi .,:S.'3 .- 1',?g"'q.Q f' y N' ,0 , w. 3,g223k, f fm. y-. f. ,fig-,gg 4115, ff, . ,ix 3153, p 1 -ig,fm,t--E ,:,35'214'a?.m.- - 'FF-'Q-af J z 3-f .Kg-,,k Y w 5, R , ' ' Y ,, ' --iw -' ,I 1 V 71:-M. . e f Q 'vi ' V .V VH' T?'11' .. vc'-'ffx ' L, M- .V '15 ei :L--X: vi aff K va H 1-.1 H'.,wr ",- 1 91 1 0 5' ff. aff: V 113i, f W . 'vff4+11ff1-' Q: 'K m A M. :ary ,Y 2 'W' 32.2 rl 1 H . 'im ,-Q, VQHSM ,4 M M f up , . af '1"q,', E, -ff1f2'- - 4 , -KL 3. Q. ,Q "wp JP , jk dei' 95 ,"-f . 2 w,,w.LI"f"'44r 1 -'.,5Y7' fk 'A' g , ,ga ,, K fu- f1f:1.'-y ,2,-2 -Y ,f ' 'pw' in M, .W - wi! 'ii"QwC' . . ,Af 1 if , F2 5 : ef-5. 335 ,, Q semi? -,. 'uf -119,472 51' W' -.,',ff""7'2:'n, Riff"-,"fw Sim ' -E . ,9 PM -A .. ,, qi if :N g kgs ,-. g1, ,A , -v ii i? Q g k .I A ffgggb A .5 gfigii i fi ,rw 'S' : a ' 5. -f if I 2 A 4.4 cw1":- . 'NW - "J nv ffl-., , V 1 'P-F ff'-A 1' f a:ffi3?':'i-vez L mx x .,S5' G'?53fiLf 1? x' " 55 , ff-7515? - "N,-v w -11-ifws .Nw mimgeq-'rx 1c :r5W -gf-fam ,,,, 2,1-nf wvffss.Q,'?' "Sm f ilk,-w 44.53 .A Q, "1-fT "flM Vggg':-I gm, ' :Q VVV, 3 -i s-wi-- :A VM -A-u fqmgfg amgiadx 4- .N . iv'ff'ff'fFg-,gk --.W 13' Af' ' " 'F' ' 'V' Hg' 1?7f'S'?"f3",fMAv'RHS-, :ks X p'2'1.4f,1M,:.' at ' ,ll 4 H -mm ' ii 'rf' f-Msgs, 'W-, 4, 'lee -wi '-1 .1-hi A52 -'i 4 'Q T. .4 f r " tg W A 'ET ' 15 , f u , F 'V .fw S1efA " QW ff ff'."'f'f1"L 2'--x g'-HSN 'liwf N :-Q41 ,gf 5 rl V ' , "f' ' f:egQ ' r ' 1fHag .g7,, a .,.. , ,V A , . , - ., V. - ,PQ . .1 .,, ,. V, ., V ,.V , fr' , E,g'?"?.: S . . Wm. ' -144 mil ' V ' A L, - 'ai-1-.J rf I'- . KA. .- 4-,' H ' , 2 V ' A .' 4-Q 3 9' g,,,fSj:,- 4 4- ,sv ':2'1"13,g,g15 , ,.,,g S., V , 4,1 9 vw-m n , i mp, V fha., ' ,gr ,fw-v.4,1.12fv'4,i?f 'Q -, V . - . 14:95 ,",'5."Qi? . '.-- um- -f,,,Ww . an 'M Jw ' Q . ., Qwff VW, .FWZ 141?1gff'1"l.,w:H,.dl1'4 -55, " 1 " Q 1' ' Q f ?'h: Eu'--K' V '-: ., 'z-'I33L1'x'5 ""5w'-. ..wr3'f' V 'Lia v-4 -1. 3 V. We: A "u 5 .Q - 2 .v " V 1 V,. ,..,- .,,.. ., , . 2 . . , V - -, M .. ,.-. -V ,.,, . , ,X "' ' ifkrmq' 1 13- 1' , alffgii, ' y, mrs K ,,, .Q . '56'.mqfE,3,A,. .-wJw..p:f,',-Q' f f, . 5.35.2 Is-' 11- .. M.. U' and ' x f ff f tff 13,55 -,..w51fifi3Jw,.f1 Q m As 4:h- 1 Q ,i ma ,N 2, f5g 11w .gf:1 ,QW In 6 'idiyp 1 ,gap -,.p g:: - gb-H' V, Q 1 ' ww , .3 ,,,,i:.1ifffgQff4, -gg, , ,F :,if.r,-. Q,3ng- m p . .,5glL? .f,fk5,zl1l., ,: .fmM5Y ,9, 4 3,7 55, QQ, W Q. in 33351 1 f b. , Riga - ?f14,, Q" . , fr, M. 1.4 1. -V: V .f. -1 13 X - V .- 1- - ,wmff ,. . 5'-4. 1 . '-A 'pq 4.4: ,, , mfg' miss?-vS'91 Y My md?--az, uw ' v' f .Q 5- , RTL: W f M Q if-."K 1 'fgiligry 5 L71 .lfjggli-'.7', 5,54 5 f f 5 " , fP'4'+ug21,gghmi gf '3gb2mf,., ,Q at : Q-gfmgff , S- fbi 'N W x ,,1,gP.'1-yr ' 1 EW M-if Y -'mW53Q"?'-fff'955 .H 'J W , ' 5 f"e:fii.'i1 f 2239 7 izlfffff A' ' . ff. .f3f'f'fffflf3'?I. 'F,,-,r ?5W-' .4 Tf"fF'ff" .-Q59 'ff' m f F: viiiwrififf f. . s , g, , 5E'li4' 4'.Qf - 'V ,fig g,1'Q5F F" 4 w i Y '!'5f?3' "faq li l- if El' 7' 4? w'l?1?g,Sk35 'T Li-fi f Q NW , wg,gf153fiQ w g.-rg-5 ' 'f31 fgf 4,, . 1 4555, J .. 1'4'iF4 ,1 . uw wp Ag jig ,5 , Lq,5.53+.-fzgqgbgz,..35gj.gr'-rf,w,Qg2f+V,-3 - 1 X 4 A 345 1 M "' 9, gl MW fi , ' -13' 111 :J"f2?w4?s ?"1"55-- ' Q ii ?'WW ' ff -"1F'f'34'm,5, V N "fl f .' fi' "" -W. -i:?ilf'1' :Ffh E .M , 145 '53 -- W' 'Vwf Af: -',f4W-tiff-1 :-if-I f -- wg, ,vw-'?"'.x! -4+ nzfvfi' :JH-H ,th ' an 'I':'f'TM'n"g W fa ,'fm3',g- M513 N' ": -'Va H5 Y F if-f 1,234 ,g g i i GK!" N if A LlLi" "f lhiilffiyw 31155- f1?. .- if- ,L "' Vg -f f" V ' mx ,FZ-1?'. 5iNti'5IF'f'a VC-f . .v ii f6Q ,'Q1"3i 3 9 i9"i !'3. ' 'iid' ., t-N.. - f.,,. , , 2, , .. .V wr: fx , ww 1 439 1,6 mv-5 .- ah,-f:f,v.ff,' .. Hyaf- MJ ff :ww -. .- V ,M xx, -:rife-A Y .. f M asfhgfii- . f-54,1 .dz le- fl. -,g wsm aw M gn 3. V -, T , - -Q,.q-3.-",, ,vw--2 Qu., X Mm. M , W -J AM., 4 .mv .-51 -1, q fs-L . 2 . ""f '-:'. V X4 a-W1 - ' . 1 ' .- 1' f- ' v- H 'Q' v fn. iffy! A 'diff ' 4125- rx--:ff-, .MIS ' . JSM..-fwL : , :wif , 1 -'-,fffw -- x .. 'eg ' 'P , 5- 4 N -f. mx : iv 1-fn f , -f , . V - -, 11,15-t,n5, f??1+!vf , , f vi , Qvgpe-fa, Ap' fwf- ,. , ,ish--19:54 ,- ,,,q.g,:fr. 1 ,, , ie wr 9:-rv -NME. ., , .. - A-ww ' K ' u ' Fan-sf W 'f!4'.5y"' ??fHT1,2'f f '1,,5s.,4.a,,'sf -1: . Ha -,a mfg, 'F"+s3'-,Vqg .wal 'if ,w':-1,5-MJ-',ggg 'pw . my in .N 'r .A -1. '- Mg, .- ,, . .--E Af' .5 , , f m 4-A -fa., qLfi".1,f SK' Q iff' T1 f ,v 'f'Qk4'f5Jf,4' 4 fag? ' f ,A ,f i Y X'L" lr M- 4,34 ' my-fg' 5- - sg, .. ,gi 4 I jwe Q2 ,,,,V,y5,1 JL-5-5' 5:1 3 --gy 'gin V , -p i in w- f vw fl, , V- J RFQ 'irlwif 4. 1 1 '?.iff'a' ,M. n.-'rixi'-T if 'U' L Wi iiflf-1. " :H'H' "V Z 'T JE- 'Q ww 1..- - 2 2 21' ' W'-f ' sl: . -fQf2.,f 1 2 - V ' f' 51-1 1+"'fJ 9wa1'fp. 1 , ?i ig 5 ' l ', if fi "."1.1':f' avi' 'Q ' ' v +5 ff 4 f f, iegx 5,-Y "1 J'5?4'1f -Vim -ff" ,J ' 'L 'V 9' '- , W" , 1'- "1 n"-.via My '+A' 5 .'2:'lY4 -- :iv m m. A'-if-"H f . M W. T' fgFfQiaff"'3zfW, , ,:'E2.--fff54+ , HN L. A 0 + an 552245-W gh 1 4 M' Q E'1TY4rf,v"'ffv4'ef2"32E?3m,'g:S, 72,.:?Pv2A w i"f, 549'5v1 fazgu '?5'fI-y ,1 ve, iN'555?,?4'14',,. - ' i -"LW ' 'S-4?5:i "u - 'ffiwsgr '1-if , ' gigs '31 V f ' , V. 1 f fi' 1 .41 tQ.w,5k?f,..Q' .4 :JEL ,.,. . 213.5 K , - -gb .ju f, - . f W g - W" a J-"H .gf , v,.,j.1 ,LQ In ,-,, ,:, ,.. -, M I., , 1 K 1 - V, . 3,-.,, Eg bfffliffiff 'lWl"WQffwE H 34-H ' Ulf? 'f lm iih f iifff- - ' vip' ?3'vf2i:ii" WFP 43 "EFF "' ?W"A -ff ""x2'2if" 'N V I W' -"ii: ,pw e,ia:.y, - 53.43, ' 1awEf,g,,g.v,gf,9-Q 5: bile:-3 ,ga-W, .,,'g3:'5:g 'eQ..5.:L?s:f "':,WiLf-- " f'f " '-Ex 2 in WE-yi W Jrggxm 'M N A .1 T iiaffii-'Q-ar--f-I .24 fx ' , gaining., 'n W V -'f' Ep .4 img? . 54,3 '., "f l 'Q mW'9:f:1ev' 5 - z4' ff' Q ' 4 Tx 4 Q" fwgiglfk 1,41 , 3 - 1' f,i5"'1ffQ if' N '11 f '- M' .'5-Yiiff MS: LW 1- . , fw'v',r: im 14 b-f ' ' 1 '. 1 an i, . A ,bf fm -L1,,.Q.f"-,Lpf.vfm5.kQ.y:- V. ,win QP, Mg-5, W ',,,'4-'iffy if vw -'L'.g.a,,' -rf ' 55?-a - wif V, ,.: ,5fffD13fA.?',-N Jig ,gl 52453 ,ASN -""fJ.-f'- A ,'?l?a-5-vfgrff-Eff ,Ra nw- NF up W!!-12' ' -2-1 1t3'11f.-' GY -nv, -f 'ww my 'f-f' f-1.1 ' ' '19 sw -.sf , ,M,5jsj':5,figq2?'ffQ4i "M-fhegsy-V"'Yi was-'21-, -"4 1 ,, . cf' wma 'E fwwv' J, wg WH 9. .nf ,E -L H91 'E 'F ' A TB' I .. ,f JP 4' -W , fi-:iw P N45 A.-H' if 1' . wr-f f w 1 V--1 f 't' M 51 .1 Qgww' ' vi:-:W if f .:, 5 'if' '-Q' ' N 1 ww' ' ' xii - -, 3- -fr 'ug-Q45 U Wg' f , M - f J - w+'Na2p:L.'frMy: f s f aw11'a1'f.' f 'ab'-- -iw 1 W- J X1 3'- My 'ai'- 'nv 'fm ,J , w- fu .rN' fab N f fy 9: A+ Q " . K W' FW? if 1 ' 1 -- 'ffm fig, 1w....fm . -:Lx .iugi ,dv My - 45. . .M --.,-if V. . SSM - -Y N 'N ex. -. ,Q ..1,.vm2.,f-. uf N.. iii-duv . VHQm1?z,.f:I.'1JN f 1' 'wffl '1 ,Q',vEiQ'g22hW.w 5 25125393 Wg,ia,Gg. ,argl ATF 'I -W2LS?5'?3'r?:'1'f: fwfm-, zlffwjg-fik.54'l' "',-,,q "' fi. 'E v, - 5' " A ii? ' gefib: ,- 'A A A V fp' " W- f L -vm L :ip tw: vr:f'.-:I-'IH ff". 19, xi' 4 gm. j'!i4a. -,'3 fx , f i mmf ru 'HA' avi' ' Vr. bfzwvi,-I ',':f,'1x' ., ., 'misfm 1 gil ,MY . "' J-5 Wx- - f I rf- 'H '- , f ' C'-571 -mix 4 ww x .im 1 W MAA 5' M4 Q 2 iw" 5 .mfg-.,L 1. WX 'fini-Q Q, . if , 4 'I vm '41 an Q " H : -aa' , A -' ' get :f , - ggi, ' 1-'fl X E1 .. ' 'E 1 Q94 Q 1 ' ' W i s 29 W-in .11 x 4 N. , 5. 41. , 'I V ' 1 ,. 5.-1 -. n '- 1 ' . n ev O u p , ' ' t 1 1' i 'A 4 , K. A - 2 .r '. 3, 5 4 h ,K 'M ' 9 v 4 -33 . , 1 . i. 3 -.1 ' a . 4 .. . . Y ' l . , s i' X -n , 4 ,qw sczmz '. ' '. an 1 5 l ' ' ' ! V L , 1 E5 x ..- ., 51 -ali, 14 ga, ,uf ,wx .4 L . ff. .vt , - . W2 -1 , ff .Q N .- u J ':. ima. ' .4 .S 3 F5321 ,L fa . Qi F 'Q fi 1 4 f T2 ' "rn ,Li ,Q . .3 r w 3 I A93 ,J 5 5 .Q 'N .5 fi ' A 'E 'fl ku-f . ig 1 .1 -A D1 if J x 'Va n. rx fn S1 rf MW V. A f A 'K' 'm4l 'A' 0444 iqnnauncea To the man upon whose shoulders now rests the re- sponsibility of guiding us through our most formative yearsi to the man whose experience and knowledge of modern education merits him this high positioni to the new prin- cipal of Freeport High School, Louis E. Mensenlcamp, the Senior Class of 'l94'l dedicates this Polaris. 'A' 151 india L .M 7owL -+81 'A' The 'l94'l POLARIS is on the air, broadcasting on a frequency of 1300 studo-cycles. Our station has been associated with the Orange and Blaclc Network for the past thirty-Five years. Here is a resume of the now Fin- ished school year, with a glimpse at the Seniors Clhe Voices of Experiencej, the Underclassmen C-lhe Quiz KidsD, and the voice behind it all, the Faculty Clnlormation Pleasel. May we present this boolc to you-lor your listening-pardon-reading pleasure. MILDRED POPOV .... ....... C o-editor BOB ENGELHART .... ........... C o-editor GEORGE GREEN ..... ..... B usiness Manager SYLVIA BREED ....... .... A ssistant Editor HARRY CRAMER ..... ..... A ssistant Editor 410' The Fall of '37-long dresses-short hair-and the "Man on the Flying Trapeze" leading every private hit arade. l came heading through the sacred portals of F. H. S. and landed on the floor in a heap--red and white, hot and cold, by turns. Yes l took the traditional freshman fall-not because l was green, but because the freshly waxed floors were fatal to my newly acquired dignity. Feeling free, fresh, and plenty smart, l helped swing the election for Hardie, Cramer, and Mensenkamp. - Just to prove l wasn't an awed and speechless Freshman, l entered the first Ereshman Oratorical Contest. l sailed along in fine style until l met "Killer oenig. Then as proof that one defeat couldn't get me down, l crossed my fingers, took off my shoes, and tried out for "Huck Finn." Despite the loose-jointed scenery and the universal loss of memory, the performance swelled our class treasury by S'l3.00. June! l l After saving a whole week's allowance to hire a truck to take home the collection in my locker, l called for my credit card, relinquished green as my favorite color, and officially became a full-fledged Sophomore. ln '38 the general populace celebrated the birth of the "Drooler" by clack- ing enthusiastically in their wooden shoes from it to the rival "Genome" and comparing juicy tid-bits. - l sang "Phooery-ackie-sakien as l stalked into the cafeteria and demanded my favorite dish-fish! After having safely shifted the responsibility of guiding our class through the hazards of "Sophomority" to the shoulders of Carol Mensenkamp, Jerry Jaeger, and Helene Armogast, l devoted my time to an attempt to solve the problem of "How Much Land Does a Man Need'?", and blithely entered the Sophomore Oratorical Contest. l met my Waterloo in the persons of those loquacious leaders-Green, Koenig Hillman, and Freerksen. And so, with a flash of the pen fon my credit cardl this self-satisfied Sopho- more iumped up into the Junior ranks, and skipped down the steps to 17 and a locker on first. Ho huml "What a Lifeln Back to school again, and as an upper classman l felt it my solemn duty to heckle the newly entered Freshmen. Despite the heat wave, we Juniors got right busy and selected Murray Jayne, Al Green, and Pat Kraft as class officers. ln March the dramatically inclined members of my class donned the real-life personalities of the .Aldrich family and introduced their l-lair-brain Henry to the Freeport public. Armed with hammer, thumb tacks, and tissue paper, l helped change the quite ordinary gym for our very extraordinary prom with Marg lrwin and Andy Dennis directing the transformation. l bade a not-too-fond farewell to the class of '40 and brooded over the prospect of being one of next year's burden-bearing Seniors. The Fall of '40-short skirts-long bobs-and the general population whistles "Frenesi" as they rhumba down the hall. While my parents pondered the problem of whom to elect President of the United States, l was equally puzzled about whom to elect president of the Senior class. However, the little white ballots gave the decision to Kenneth fSudsD Sutterlin with Bob CDobbyD Dahm as vice-president and Dorothy Hillman as secretary-treasurer. We delved into the mysteries of the other world when "Death 'Took' a Holiday", and the infernal clicking of knitting needles was brought to a halt when the handsome, he-man l-laupert appeared on the scene in that beautiful white uniform. We hit the spot with our Senior Carnival, and the crowned craniums of "Cookie" and "Sandy" were enough to do any Senior class proud. Pat Kraft and George Green made this the "Number one hit of the week" and tuned up our class with "Our Hit Parade." So, having donned the little battleship grey numbers, and having kissed my locker good-bye, l, herewith, present myself plus my lambskin to the WORLD- and hope it's glad to get me. l. Spy. 4114 Alfred Green Class Vice-Pres. 3, Prom Committee 3, Play Com- mittee 4, Carnival Corn- mittee 4. KENNETH SUTTERLIN, President Posel la Kostenbad er Home EC. Club 9, 3, 4, G. A. A. Q, 3, Band 'l, Q, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, Secretarial Club 3, 4. Marjorie l-lull French Club 'l, 9, Philos 4, l-lome Ee. Club 9, 4, Play Committee 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, Carnival Committee 4, Secretarial Club 4, Carol Mensenlcamp Class Secretary 'l, Class President Q, Band 'l, 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, Secretarial Club 4, Carnival Committee 4, Class Play 3. 564460214 f -if f 112' Virginia Moore Leonard Bastian Margaret lrvvin Ethel Korth spanish Club 1, P 'los 3, j Girls cub Pres. Q, Girls Pep Club 4, Prom - V3 Club Manager 3, French mittee 3, Secretaria K Club 'l, Q, Paint and 3, 4, Treasurer 4, av. Patches 9, Mask and Wig Committee 3, Carnival 3, 4, Cn. A. A. 'l, 9, Committee 4. , Treble Clef 9, 3, 4, l Operetta Q, 3, 4, Class f Play 3, Pep Club Q, sa Prom Committee Chair- fii man 3, Play Committee 4i gil State Chorus 3, 4, Sec- QP retarial Club 3, Carnival gs Committee 4. Ml" 5 K NIP Loi sser Malcolm Coomber Latin Club 7, Frenc Q, 3, Nlaslc and Wig 3, 4, Band 'l, 9, 3 f XV Club 4, Prom Com- mittee 3, Play Com 4, Y WP Lil! W Nr . G Marilynn Cook Spanish Club 'l, 9, , 4, Po ris . att 3, 4, Camera French Club 1, Q, 3, 4, Sec'y-Treas. 4, Operetta Club 'l, Q, 3, 4, Play Committee 3, 4. Committee 9, Prom Committee 3, Play Committee 3, 4, Secretarial Club 4, Carnival Committee 4 lfs ?'2rl12l'er Natalie llube l,dIrnCl.1b l 9 3 4, l9l1llOS 3, 4, l'li G-lf l, El, pnrnl and Patclvei Q, Forensics l, G, A. A, 'l, g !-,,,.f Clase Play 3, Vfnnr Uvamat-cs, Pep Chl: 4, Pfam Commutwr3, Sophomore Owtorlfal Contest Q. Helen l?ul'lner Home lc, Club 4, lrcble Clwf 4, Prom Com- mnlvv 3, Soplromow Cvatoruinl Contest 2, Caf- rnval Commltwv 4. Alice Samedeen lnlln C lub 1, french Club 9 3, Sveylwas 3' lllwlos 3, 4, Home lc. Club l, Treble CIM l, Q, Op+nretta,? ACdppz'lla, 3 Prem Commltwe 3, SODh orrore Oratoncal Con- lvst Q, Caln1vnlQn1Q'en 9 Studs nt Councrl Q, Fwnsl' svn Oretor mal Contest l, fiwcuteval Club 3, 4. INK 4 Virgl id Fuler v l 1 5 ,A ff 1+ 1 cgeniafui Jean Hardie Class Prezldent T, Girls C'ub Prez 7, Latln Club 1, Q, 3, Fvench Club 4, Phnloq 3, 4, Mask and VA-1 3 4, l-lorm: Ee. Club 'l, lownsw 3 llono, Socwftv 3 4, Polans Stall 4, Class Dlav 3 4 'State One Aci Play 9, 3, Pvom Commmcv 9 l, Wes N F. l., 3, All State Cm! 9, Cnrnxval C om mlitsc' 4, ilmlowcal Combs' 1, 3, pain' and Patches Q. Cliff St.intC+n pep Club 4. Band 1 Q, 3, 4. G. A. A. 1, 9, 3, 4' NA' Letln Cl.1b 'l, Plwllos 3, 4, letfn Club l, Dvom C mn Clef 3 Prom Com f - lreble Clzl Q, Qperetti n-mv' 3,S.-crvu-1.-lC'lub AM' Secretarul Club 3, 4, 3 4. r lvl Cownlftee 4 nesoellg Q Wcr il 3,5 9-4 Mlm lio5e,'t Place Vwginia Br Ellen lelznreflf Ralph Brel Arlene Opel 1 X ldfn N h 'fr Qfl BOB DAHM, Vice-President 19 nv' UQ. be. 6, si un. 'fig' pains' 8:01 , ,Q kos H s'Z Y'-Q' Q' 'Q 'Q ff" ":..-"""" 17' J QQ 'v ""'!' 1 , X 413' Constance llgen DOROTHY HILLMAN, Secretary and Treasurer Marjorie Mae Hill P at ,,!,.-BabEn9eii1arr -loyce Wahler Mary Korl French Club 'l, 9, 3 Philos 3, 4, Prom Com- Entered from A wivanish Club Q, Mask Carnival Committee 4, Latin Club 1, Q, 3, 4, President 3, Philos 3, 4, rr-ittee 9, 3, Play Com- Girls' Club Pres. 3 4, and Wig 4, Honor So- Secretarial Club 3, Prom Vice-Pres. 4, Philos 3, 4, Paint and Patches 9, mittee 3, 4, Sophomore Philos 3, 4, Vice,Pre 4, ciety 3, 4, Polaris Staff Committee 3. Honor Society 3, 4, Secretary 2, Honor So- Oratorical Contest Sec- Mask and Wig 3, 4, 4, Class Play 3, 4, Minor Dolan, Staff 4, Band 1, QI ciety 3, 4, Polaris Staff 3, retarial Club 3, 4, Vice- Treble Clef Q, 3 4, Dramatics 4, Press Con- 3, 4, Smdent Manage, 4i Class Play 3, 4. Pres. 4, Carnival Com- Operetta Q, A Cap la ference 4, Prom Cow- Qrchegm, Q, 3, 4i Qper, mittee 4, Home EC. 9, 3, 4, Prom Com e mittee 3, Football 3. em, Qrch- Instrumental Cl'-'P Q4 3i Play Committee fl? Contest Q, 3, 4, Carnival Carnival Chairman , Commmez 4v Home Ec. Club 3, ie Q Club 3, 4, Polaris Class Sec yATreas. f 5 Mt Y 'V die fs? . LaVonne Crabtree ohflk ne George Elizabeth J. Lynch Operetta Committee Q, Play Committee 'l, Q, Home Ec. Cl f Committee 4, Student French Club 'l, Home Ec, Club Q, Treble Clel 9, Prom Committee 9, 3, Secretarial Club 3, 4. Council 'l, eader 3. Operetta 9, Carnival 4, Secretarial Club 3, Prom f Committee 3, Play Committee 3. Wanda Hutmacher Poclger Hainlce ,lean Hanna Home EC. Club Q, 3, 4, Secretarial Club 3, 4. Chorus 'l, Prom Committee 3. fseniold ff ff s 114' Robert Fast Camera Club Q, 3. Jean Larson l-lome EC. Club 4, Carnival Committee 4, Prom Committee 3. Lawrence Ross Basketball 1, 9, 3, Pr Commtitee. 3 Frances Marian Kurz Latin Club 1, French Club Q, 3, 4, Vice,Pres. 4, Treble Clef 3, Oper- etta 1, Q, A Capella 3, Class Play 3, Minor Dramatics 1, Pep Club 4, Prom Committee 3, Sophf omore Oratorical, Car- nival Committee 4, Philos 3, 4. ,eff ' Norma Getty Marian Yoder Spanish Club 9, - l-li-24 9, 3, Prom Com' French Club 1, Mask and Wig 3, 4, Pep Club 3, mittee 3, 41" Prom Committee 3, Carnival Queen 9, Home EC f X Club 1, i: E 's Dale Moss Entered from McCo iss. Secretarial Club 4, Polaris Stall 4. 1' F 4 5 Don Rapean Marilyn Phillips Ralph Krusey P 'Y n Club 1, Class Lettermen'sClubQ:Foot- y 4, Prom Committee ball 1, Carnival Com- NP Play Committee 4f mittee 4. A ival Committee 4. gl Shi lll m irlll I FQ NIP we Elm HN Q 'N Mit' fi fb Q W iv fvkft Lorraine Sanders French Club 1, Q, 3, Paint and Patches 1, 9, Mask and Wig 3, 4, Vice-Pres 4, N. F. L. 4, Band 1, 9, 3, 4, Class Play 3, 4, fvlinor Dramat- ics 4, Camera Club 9, Prom Committee 3, Car nival Ouren 4 Student Council Q -+154 l.ettermen's Club 'l, Q, 3, 4 Sec'y-Treas. 3, Vice- Pies. 4. Grin Perlzins Dorothy l-lillman Club l, 3, Philos 3, 4 President 4, Paint and Patches Q, Mask and Wig 4, Play Committee 4, Honor Society 3, 4, PolA aris Staff 4, Class Play 4, Prom Committee 3, De- bate 3, Oratorical Con- test 'l, Q, N. F, L. Q, 3, 4 Secretarial Club 3, 4 Secretary 4, l-lelen Marie Zastrow Entered from Clintonville, Wisconsin, Operetta Q, Pep Club 3, Prom Committee 3, Girls' Club Pres. 4, Drum Maiorette 9, 3, 4, Carnival Queen 3, Student Council 9, Secretarial Club 3, Carnival Committee 4. Gloria Anne Welch Treble Cie? 'l, Q, Band 'l, Q, 3, 4, Ensemble Con- test 3, Oprretta 'l, Prom Committee 3, Qrchestra 'l, Q, 3, 4, A Cappella Q. Senicvzfi fr 1 af i+'l6a Class Sec'y-Treas. 4, Latin Jack E. Datt Maxi .e Knautt Latin Club 2, Carnivak l-li- . R. 'l, Q, 3 4 Committee 4. 4, Pyesi. f' d nt , ep Club 4, . ' i fb ,X A4L Y Aly B o b P Zii it it P Florence ,it rib 1 W 'Wea Peo Club 3, 4, Prom Committee 3. -lean ,Atnn Schweitzer Jerry Jaeger Class Vice,Pres. Q, Latin Club Q, 3, Philos 4, Paint and Patches Q, Philos 3, 4, Home Ec. Club Q, 3, Secretarial Band l, Q, 3, 4, Orches- Club 3 4, President 4. tra 4, Prom Committee 3, Ensemble Contest 9, 3, William Liscom Band lf 9, 3, 4, Class Play 3, 4, Swimming 'l, Q, 3, PCD Club l, Ensemble Contest 3, Latin Club 'l, Nlask and Wig 4, Andrew Dennis Spanish Club Q, 3, 4, Paint and Patches Q, Mask and Wig 3, 4, President 4, Football 'l, Lettermerfs Club 3, 4, Class Play 4, Traclc l, 9, 3, 4, Debate Q, Freshman Oiatorical Prom Chairman 3, Carnival Committee 4. Eleanor Ca merer lrenclt Club 'l, Qi l'li-G. R. 31 Ho Q, 4, Play Committee 3. Betty l. Mortenson latin Club 4, Home EC. Club 'l, 9, mittee 31 Secretarial Club 3. 4 Jack Slwuey Jo Anne Bleliinger Kathryn Strolweclc B olin Ru me Ec. Club Lettermcrfs C u l-lelen usclwer Carnival Committee 4 rw lfllfirg Paul Bennett , 3, 4. Spanisn Club 9, 3: Foctbfll 9, 3, Fcslfetball 1, 9i Studewt Council SH 3, Jack Altlwoll tarial Club 31 ill Poplzes Betty Karageorge Russell Greier Band 1, Q, 3, Carnival Home Ee. Club 4, -,Q , . ish Club Q, 3, Prom Committee 4. Committee 3, mf, QL- ittee 3. ' f Qt il Prom Com- Latin Club 'l, Q, Philos df Secre 'ill .ll lil 555 r .4 f P lag Committee 4, W 'ibn 101741 MPS. NAOMI KIDD, Co-adviser if Mary Sargent Elwood Wardlow Marianna Ercliniey X Ernest Love Latin Club 'l, Home Ec. ' Qpdfmlw Club Qi gr 4f Club 4, Treble Clel Q, fl Sec y-lreas. 3, Operetta Q, Prom Com' ' mitler? 3, Plav Committee it 3, 4, Carnival Commrtiee f 4- if 'Sl 1 all rr 1 3 div Clinton Beuscher Geor reen latin Club 'l, Q, CJlee Club Q, 3, Band l, Or Maslc and Wig 3, 4, Sics Q, 3, 4, l-lonor cheatra 'l, A Cappella Q, 3, Baslnctball 'l, Camera Society 3, 4, Polaris 'aim Business Manager 4, Club Q, 3, Class play 4, Press 'Edu .ce 4, Pep Club 4, Flay Committee 3, ing? 4, Sophomore Or. atorical, High Scho 4, Carnival Chair- man 4. f mb 1 9 gn "Q 7 Virginia Nickerson . - st French Club 3, Spanish Club 'l, Q, 3, 4, Secy lreas. Q, Philos 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, Play Committee 3, 4, Secretarial Club 3, 4. S ' wwf Qi Class Sec'y 3, French Club 7, Q, G. A, A. 4, Council Member 4, Peo Club Q, Prom Committee 3, Play Committee 3, 4, Band 'l, Q, 3, 4. Kathleen Christen William Diclcman Girls' Club Manager 3, 4, Latin Club 'lr PhrloS 3, 4, Sec'y-Treas. 4, Drum Marorette Q, 3, 4, Carnival Chairman 4. Sec- retarial Club 4. Shirley lX4orrovv Treble Clef 'l, Q, 3, 4, A Caopelia 'I Q 3 4 Nrnor Dramatics 'l, Prom Committee 3, All Stale Chorus 4, Qperetta 1, 9, 4. John McPherson Swimming Q, Football Q. 1 r 1 i Bill Freerlesen Polaris Start 4, Prom Chairman 3, Soohomcrt Oratorical Contest 1, Evelyn Beer Latin Club 1, Q, Band 1, Q, 3, 4, Orchestra 9, 3, Carnival Committee 4. Douglas hlouy football 9. Catherine Covert latin Club 1, Q, 3, 41 President -1, Philos 3, 4, Paint and patches 9, Maslc and Wiq 3, 4, N. F, l.. Q, 3, 4, President 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Polaris Stall 4, Band 1, 2 3, 4, Orchestrta 4, Class Play 3, Prom Com- mittee 3, Play Committee 3, 4, Debate 3, 4, Sooho more Oratorical 1, En- semble Contest 4. Lucille E. Niemeier l-li-G. Q. 1, Q, l-lo. EC. C 3, Treble Clcf 3, Operetta Q, P ht e-ifP'l'BV'Committee 9, Secretarial Club 3, 4.f ob Spanish Club 1, 9 Class ce Pres 4, Lettermen's 4 A Cappella 3,4i 3, lraclc 1, Q li ll it . . Club Q, 3, 4, Glele , Football 1, 9, 3, 4, .gig ii1,Q, ill 4 ?ll -1 I K 1 9 NP. , , . , 41' fpir 3 ,, 1 'Vp 1,1 Roderick Kruse , X latha XXfoodbury Spanish Club Q, 3, Prom I in nch Club 1, Mask and Committee 3, Freshma., A-p 3, 4, Band 1, Q, 3, Discussion 1, Chess Clu iv Opcrctta 9, Prom k mttee 3, Play Com, 1 , 4, Secretarial ,4 Y 3 Carnival Con- 265 write-g ' Darlene Virtue Glfc Club 1, Q, 3, Prom Committve 3. Murray Jayne Class President 3, Latin Club 1, 9, Glee Club 1, 9, 3, Honor Society 3, 4, Polaris Stall 3, Oper, etta1,A CaDDt'lla1,9, 3, Drom Committee 3. Vere l-lageman Eldora l-lutmachzr Pand 9, Orchestra 1, Home lc Club Q, 3, 4, Track Q. Secirt-irial Club 3, 4 MR. HAROLD BITTING, Co-adviser 119' Kathryn Stanclring Kenneth Kortemeier Marlys Costing Egon Noorman Isabella Vaughn Dwain Coolc I I Glee Club 1, French Club 1, Q, 3,4, VA, Spanish Club 3, Philos 4, Spanish Club 4, Presi- 5atI1CClub1b?, 33 PZIIOS A Capella 1. Band 9, 3, 4, f,f, Home EC. Club 9, 3, 4, dent 4, Lettermen's,,CIub ff GSS dyfec' 1,2,3,4. .. - Tul.Clf1,Q,3,4 3,4,F bIl1,Q,3 retarial Club 4. 'AVI' re 7 2 , ook d ffl X Operetta 1, 2, 4, Basketball 1, Q, 3, 4, j A Cappella 1, Q, 3, 4 Camera Club, 9, 3, Prom ' Prom Committee 3. Committee 3, Play Com- , mittee 3, 4, Carnival King ' 4, Golf Q, 3, 4. I' 2,1 ' W1 ll Kenneth Sutterlin Alvin ncer Mabel Neberman Class President 4, Lettermen's Club 9, 3, 4 French Club Q, Spanis 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Prom Committee 3, Secretarial Club 3, 4. Sec'y-Treas 4, Football 1, 9, 3, 4, Captain 4, Mask and Wig 4, Le 's Club 3, 4, Class Traclc, 3, 4, Carnival Committee 4. Play 3, Football 1, Basketball 1, Q, 3, Carnival King 9. 0 AQ C N My P 4K : A Shirley E. Kurtz Jack Schimpf Latin Club 1, 9, Spanish Club 3, 4, Treble Clef Latin Club 1, Q, , e - 3, Forensics 1, Latin Club 1, 9, Lettermerfs Club 1, 9, 3, 4, 9, 3, 4, Operetta 1, Q, 4, A Cappella Q, 3, 4, Treble Clef 9, 4, Operetta 1, 9, 4, Class Play 3, Honor Society 3, 4, Class Play 3, Football 1, 9, 3, Prom Committee 3, Debate 9, Sophomore Or- Minor Dramatics 1, A Cappella 2, 3, 4. Basketball 1, 9, 3, 4, Captain 4, Track 9, 3, Golf atorical. Senicvui if ff ff 190' Q, 3, Play Committee 3, Prom Committee 3. fits Dick McFalls etty iger Eleanor Jane Props Foofball 1, Q, 3, Basketball Q, Track 9, Prom Committee 3, Jeannette V. Carter Home EC. Club 9, Band 1, Q, 3, 4, Librarian 3, Latin Club 9. l-lenry Young LPttermen's Club 3, ootball 1, 9, 3, 4 Basketball 1, Q, Track 9, 3, 4. 4i Ann Podemeyer Forensics 2, Treble Clel 1, Q, ACaDpella 1,Q, Prom Committee 3, Sec- retarial Club 3, 4, Carl nival Committee 4. 2' ,..,f" Spanish Club 1 ensics 1, C. A Play Committee 3 4 c et rua Club 4. Q 'N4 l-li-G. R. Q, For- Treble flat 1, Q, 4, O ovrctta 1, 9, 4, A Ca Q Prom Committee 3, rnpella 1, Q, 4, Prom Commetter 3. Ro K Derk Russell Penticotl 5 I 4 P,' Y Donald lsaa elen Ctweeseman o '.EA,, i , , 'el r .2 l I 1 e he QI? QW . W ntl-q he 004 Y vga 0 LauaCiub1,Bda i5h. crab 1, -Pep 3, 4, Class Play 3, , gl A 4, Prom Committee ball 1, Q, Track1 , ' y Committee 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, Crosss Carnival Committee 4. Country 9, Golf 4, ln- strumental Contests 1. Lettcrmen's Club 3 4, Football 1, Q, 3, 4, Basket- ball 3, Track 3, 4. James Witte Spanish Club 9, Minor Dramatics1, Prom Com- mittee 3. Meryl Bowen Mask and Wig 3, 4, Sec- retarial Club 4, Carnival Committee 4 121' Betty Jean Koehler Marjory Ann Maurice De Mon W' ur Coble Mae Fluegel Harry Cramer SDd1'Ii5l1 Club 'l, Q, 3i Johnson ,tbgll-31" Play Committee 3, 4, Latin Club 1, Q, 35 Hi-G, ll. 4, G. A. A. G' A, A- -If Q! 3, 4i vvhqlng 3. Secretarial Club 4. Treasurer 31 Philos 3, 4, 'l, 9, 3, 4, Council Council Member 3, 4i I Honor Society 3, 4, Member 4. pep Club 4i prom Com- :I Polagii Stall 3E4fdfA-.ssist- -nb 3- ant itor 4, an 1, Qi ml W 3, 4, Drum Major Q, 3, 4, gg Orchestra 3, 4, Press QQ Conference 4, Instrumen- fiy tal Contest 3, 4, Class flu Pres. 7. 1 1 Illw in iii Edgar Fluegel James S ' csv Doris Heath 5' is Latin Club 2, Lctterme Pl! 1' 3, 4, Football 'lf Spanish Club 'l, 9, 3. Basketball Q, 3f Track 3, ,JP A 4k HP' A A Wx Elva Engelman Jun Donald Gilbert Home EC Club Q, 3, 4, Operella Q, Play Com- Class Play 4, Prom Committee 3, Play Committee 3 mittee 3, 4, Secretarial Club 3, 4. Spanish Club 3. C 69140214 ff -k if :+QQ4r Vfalter E. Deilce Latin Club 7, Q, Spanish Club 3, 4, Lettermeirs Club 3, 4, Band 1, Q, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 9, 3, Football 3, Track 3, lnstrumental Contests 3, l?adio Club 4, Swimming 3. Eunice Goetz Hi-C. P. 'l, Q, 3, 4, l-lomr' FC Club Q, 3, 4, Treble Clef l, Q, Cperrtti 1, 9, Qccretarial Club 3, 4. .lacl4Smi'l1 Fern Sclwelp prom Committee 3, Pro Club Q. latin Club T, 9, 3, Paint and Patches Q, Prom Committee 3, Play Corn- mirtee 4, Secretarial Club 4. 'kit Shirley Finley Marian Grant Latin Club 1, ilos lyaetarial Club 3, 4. Operetta 1, Prom Committee 3. .-il? f K I i 9. 5. lt Patri Sward Ben Warren Turner l-MG Q. 41, Home Ec lub 4, Treble Clzf Q, 3, Frilered from New Albany, lncliariw Operetla 1, 3,- l3l .ommit!f'e il Prom Com' Class Play 4. mittee 3, Carnival -sill" 4, 4 3 Hli 1.5 M41 P .K NN :gk ,Q 3 Fussell Lotta 5 l-lelen Jolinson Vale Nortridge Mary little Lettermenvi Club and patches l, Q, Latin Club 'l, Q, 3, Hail F2 l, G, A A Football 3, 4, if ,Q A, A, 1, Q,Cl1eer Leii.,fmQn'S Club 3, 4, 1, 9, r, bl Ci i 9 3, Camera Club Q, 'er 3. Bend 1, Q' 3' ,1'TrdCk9, Opvrvtta l. Prom Commmge Prom Committee 3, Play Committee 3, 4, Golf Q 3, 4, Camera Club 'l, Q 3, 4, Basketball l, Q. at WQQRUQ 193' Dorotlwy Newell Latin Club 'l, Q, Cu. A. A, 3, Honor Society 3, 4. Treble Clel 'l, Q, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, Q, 3, 4, Operetta Q, 4, A Ca- ppella 'I, Q, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, State Vocal Contest 3, Secretarial Club 3, Carnival Com- mittee 4, State Chorus 3. l-lerbert Enzler Lillian Peterson Panel 1, Q, 3, 4, lnstrumerital Contest 86 if at at QQ44 Donna Mae Lavelle Paul Euler Qon lretter Cleone Crowe Merle Meyers Treble Clef 3, Pep Club Lettermen's Club Q, 3, - snetball 3, Spanish Club Q, Latin Club 1. l' H e EC. Club 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, Football 'l, 9, , 3. om Secretarial Club 3, Home Basketball 'l, Q, 3, , Prom Committee 3. Er. Club 3. Track 'I, Q, 3, 4. ' 1 t Marijane Steinmetz M Q l ', I 2' 5,5 ii? My it ist Biii Hb. t mx , latin Club Q, Home Ec. Club 9, Treble Clel Q, 3 I was ,ist A A wer 'Vp aft P ll J. p, James Miller 3, 4, Pand 1, ?,3,4,0rchcstra1, 9, 3, 4, Prom Com- mittee 3, Instrumental Contest 9, 3, 4, 1 wig Frank Ca nnova Entered from Aquin 9, l.ettermen's Club 9, 3, 41 Glee Club 4, Operetta 4, A Caooella 4, Foot- Eleanor De Nure Beatrice Berg Rus ell Payhgnf Latin Club 1, 9, 3, 4, Philos 3, 4, Prom Committee Maslc and Wig 4 3, Play Committee 3, 4, Sophomore Oratorical 9, Play Committee 3, 4. f K Carnival Committee 4. 4 ball Q, 3, 4. ll i F I 9 is 313' Harold LeerhoFl Norma ster Q . Que? Club 1, Q, 3, 4, owen., 1, 9, 4, A Cap- Fvench Club 2, Hts. ye: Prom Committee 3, pella 1, Q, 3, 4, Basketball 9, State Chorus 3, 4, Secretarial Club 3, Carn ommittee 4. State Contest Vocal Music 3. l 'Q A el f 5 wit 'W' A 44 4 Geraldine Krogull Howard Green Katherine E. Merkl lice Lalley Delmer Meyers Home EC. Club 1, 9, French Club 1, 5 .Club Q, 3, 4, l.ettermen's Club 3, Prom Committee 3, Spanish Club 4, ,v In Iel1,Q, Track 3, Football 1, Carnival Committee 4. Home EC. Club 4, 1, 9, 3, 4, Prom Committee Prom Committee 3, Sec ar . Club 1 Carnival Committee Carnival Committee 4. Swimming 3. Home Fc. Club 9, Treble Clel 9, Ooeretta 9. John l-laupert Mask and Wig 4, Latin flub 1, 9, 3, Honor Society 3, 4, Manor Dramatucs 4, Perm Club 4, Prom Committee 3, Class Flay 3 4. 12541 in-26' Jean Springer Entered from Chicago Heights, lll. 3, Play Com- mittee 4, Prom Committee 3, Secretarial Club 4, Carnival Committee 4. Richard Bald Marietta Brydson l-larold l-leidel Ruth Adamson Latin Club 'lf Spanish Club 9, Play Committee 3, 4, Carnival Committee l-lome EC. Club 'l, Q, 3, 4, Camera Club l, 9. G. A. A., 'l, Q, Prom Committee 3. 4. Mabel A. Hermann Prom Committee 3. Walter Divan Sylvia M. Breed Don Laible Play Committee 'l, 9, 3, 4, Stage Manager, Camera Latin Club 'l, Q, 3, 4g French Club Q, 3, 4, Philos Club 'lf Prom Committee 3, Carnival Committee 4i 3, 4, Paint and Patches 2, Polaris Stag 4, Assista Football 'l. ant-Editor, Press Conference 4, Prom Committee 3. Marjorie Brinlcmeier Dorothy Fox Dorothy Nichols Latin Club Qi Home EC. Club Q, G. A. A. Q, 3, Treble Clef 9, Operetta Q. Prom Committee 3. 1+ 1+ ff efuafld Doris Seeker Doris Kryder Bill Phillips French Club 7, Onvrvtta l, play Committfw' 3, 4 Treble Clel 'l, Q, Qoerelta 172, ,A Cappella Q, l.vZlerim'n's Club 3, 4, Rand l, Vooibfall Man-sat" Chcrusl prom Commrteee Soworf Oratorical 9, 3, Camera Club Q, Prom Commitww' 3, Chvss Swcreiarial CI . ,-,,-f Club T, Carnival Committee 4. ,r X ll 1 l , I I Ralph Lloycl Bernice assing Bettv Lou Bordner '4 gli French Club l, 4, Mask and Xxfifz 3, 4, lrrasuirr 4, Psp Club 4, Prom Committee 3, Carnival Com K mitee 4. Wi NIP A14 Vi' Bettie Schmidt June Ewing Jewell Lieber ' 41 Mildred Popov Wayrie Mcller l f Ny G.en Mogle french Club i, 9, Philos French Club 9. Spanish Club 3, 4, phil K Latin Club T, 9, 3, Philos Modvl Aiiplwnf Club 4, 3, 4, l-liffif P l, Q, 3, 4, 3, 4, Polaris Stall 4, '15 3, 4, pain! and patches 9, Svwinmiw4 3 Viceflhes 3, President 4, Committee 3, Cami prfsident Q, Nlasln and Naslf and Wig 3 4, Committee 4. ' 1 Wig 3, 4, l-lonor Society Home H, Ciub 9, 3 4, 9 AX 3, 4, Dorm., sidii 3, 4, G IA A. 'l, Q, 3 4, Jw Co Fdftor 4, Class Play Seoy 'lrvas 4, Carnival 3, lllrvss Confvrvnce 4, Committee 4, Hand 'l, 9 3 4, Clasf Play 3, P'av Committw' 9, 3 4 From Committee 3, Stu dent Council 9. 197' NXfarren Simpson Alvera Brick Home Ec. Club 4, Sec rctarial Club 4, Chorus 9, Ray Marler Spanish Club 9, Clais Play 4, Tennis 3' Pep Club 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Prom Committee 3, Play Committee 4, Claire Dorst Glee Club 4, Operetta 4, A Cappella 4. cg94'tllCU1A 1 if Q -+284 Doris Steele ,nlvalyn Cordes - 42"-' Prom Committee 3. Club 3, 4, Philos K 3, 4, Home EC. Club 1 9 Play Committee 3, 4 Sec etarial Club 3, 4. Glee Club 4, Opere " A appella 4, Class Play 3, Basketball l, b' rack 'l, Camera Club 3, Prom Committee ff ak Club 'V A 45 :gs fr 0 Q, Cross-Country I Al, Q, lreasurer Y Qi! ali Walla hnson itil C 1 v0Q IW in Y ,4 1 4 Ardella ' err Prom Committee 3. Shirley Wieman Evelyn Caudle Spanish Club 4, Paint Hi-G P, 3, 4, and patches Q, Prom l-lome EC. C.ub Q, 3, 4 Committee 3, Carnival Committee 4. Wilma Jacobs Marian Dunn Hi-G.l2.Q,G.A.A.1, Q, 3. HHCS' Joe Johnson lrene K tes Bill Forrester Student Council 'l, 9, Pep Club 4. latin Clu 'l 9, n 13-gdws Q, Pep Club 3, Prom Committee nt Council 1, 9, Sec- retarial Club 4. i I 9' ti it wt Robert Cannon t Loewe Jayn Wahler Mk wig fi' 0 1 9 Nr !g 5 ft 'Spanish Club 3, 4. Camera Club 'l R mittee 3f Carnival Committee 4 D 4 'x Q4 5 I A 4k Joyce Reed Robert Simmons George Q, 4 Mae P Terl-larlc Jim l-ligley Bob Sheetz Track 3, 4. G. A, A. 'l, Q, 3f Treble Football 9, Football 9, 3, G- A- A- Alf Qi 3' Treble Clel 3, Prom Committee Track 1, Q, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3. CI F 1 Q O V rt 9 e , , n.re a , 3. SwimmingQ,3. Pep Club 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, Clirer Leader. 4. Latin Club 1, 9, Treble Clef 3, 4, Prom Com 1294 Laverne Amerpohl Dale Janssen Annabel Landreth Latin Club 1, French Club 9, 3, Philos 4, Home EC, Club 9, Treble Clel Q, 3, 4, Band 1, 9, OD' eretta 1, Q, 4, A Cappella Q, 3, 41 Prom Com, mittee 3, Sophomore Oratorical, Vocal Contest 3, Carnival Committee 4. Bob Washburn Basketball Q, 3, 4, Track 3, 4. 430' Jeanette lXfienand G, A. A. 1, Treble Clef 9, 3, Operetta 9, Prom Committee 3. led Dean Polaris Staff 4, Football 1, Track Q, 3, 4, Car- nival Committee 3, Play Committee 3, June Delzell lrelole Clef 3, Prom Committee 3f Secretarial Club 3. I-lenry Deemcr Entered from Orangzvillz, lll. Carnival Committee 4. Bud Lalferty June Sovvers Latin Club 3, Football 3, Prom Committee 3. Basketball 3, 4, Track 4, Swimming 3. Leroy Anderson Betty l-leimbuch French Club 1, Hi-G. P. 9, 3, 4, G. A. A. 1, Q 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Names of Seniors whose pictures do not appear Charles Anderson Marilyn Guhl Dick Schofield Q .db J +Mf:" I sf ' , if 521 Q. 5 L N6'E5'Eiw+f 'i.f4f 32 33 434i 4 While my heart beat a rapid tattoo, l swaggered, or at least tried to, down the unfamiliar halls of F. l-l. S. for the first time. For the first month or so, l slunlc as un- obtrusively as possible from the critical eyes of the upperclassmen and scuttled timor- ously hither and yon in the halls. But after that, since l was not struclc by lightning if l formed a few of my own opinions, l perlced up and pushed Bennett Graff to the fore as our first president, with Fred Corran and Dan Ferguson as helpers. On the gridiron and hardwood floor, l, with Reece Miclde, Bill Lindsey, Don Best, Jim Krueger, Les Baylor, and Lawrence Leiber, performed amazing feats proving my- self equal, at least there, to my older colleagues. Gaining courage from these successful sallies, we toolc a hasty gander around the class and, when the smolte and thunder cleared away, l'll be Hdurnedn if there weren't Delores Heitzman and Don Best with the Freshman royal crowns tilted precariously on their heads. Under the vociferous guidance of tiny "Tuck", l shouted myself blue in the face and raw in the throat. Bill Lindsey and l managed to lceep Q05 from growing too dull for the study hall teachers. With the aid of a few pieces of paper and my trusty rubber band, the room sometimes resembled London during an air raid . . . everyone duclced for cover under their desks. Now l may no longer be classed as one unversed in the ways of the world-for l have gone to high schooll So from now till then, When you see me again, l remain yours sincerely, -I. Spy , , Q K ,.-- ,La Q , 31 'WNW 1 , 92:2-sg PN :eu-. ff ,K f. - 7' 3 1,3 A , fm yfigijgk .. ig if . A -- M- ,. A ., I . , iga . me-MW Y. .. +R - 1, V, -ff we wk- .- ma W:-1. Q ff? f. . -Q. . :Mf- - '- wily L.-Q ni.:-wfxzyj-1 'K K W Q wi. .. ,.., ., ,. 11232 ak 1 , l X N 55 Q PA Wt. in Q? 9- W Q nf' 3 XX 1 NW! , gf, w x ik 9:2 :fa MW I i 1 if + 5 I T ROW THREE: Qaedlunen P. Bamberg, C. Bamberg, L. Bayler, G. Bennett, R. Bergemann, E. Berends, G. Atlcins, B. Bollon. ROW TWO: H. Crabtree, K. Blaclcmore, G. Chiames, H. Chiames, B. Brau, J. Cooper, G. Boyd, M. Brown ROW ONE: K. Bing, P. Ashley, K. Ascher, F. Corran, J. Anderson, M. Bastian, P. Brubalcer, J. Abels. ROW THREE: H. Fluechtling, B. Farnham, D. L. Foulce, E. Dixon, B. Ditzler, F. Donner, D. Dean. ROW TWO: L. Eastman, J. Engle, N. Finlcboner, R. Dunseth, J. Fisher, A. Epping, D. Ferguson, D. Freidag. ROW ONE: T. Fogel, D. Finlcbeiner, M. Fairbairn, B. Entmeier, D. Fallt, H. Dixon, J. Deery. ROW THREE: C. Hornbogen, D. Hutmacher, H. Gabel, J. Gallagher, R. lfert. ROW TWO: F. Hutcherson, V. Jaclcson, D. Jacobs, L. Graff, M. Gray, J. Heimbuch, G. Hoffman, V. Hoffman. ROW ONE: L. Geiser, M. Hubbard, D. Higley, J. Heitzman, J. Heitzman, R. Geiser, W. Hildebrandt, N. J. Hutmacher. ROW THREE: L. Koester, D. Kurtz, J. Krueger, B. LaBorde, W. Larson, J. Koch, D. Knauff, S. Koehler, D. Kieclchaefer, R. Kish. ROW TWO: D. Kuhlemeier, B. Kracht, D. Longamore, H. Kavadas, W. Kessinger. ROW ONE: V. Krueger, B. Kirchberg, D. Kehr, M. Lindgren, R. Locher, M. Love, A. Kauffman. OFFICERS BENNETT GRAFF, President FRED CORRAN, Vice-president DAN FERGUSON, Secretary-treasurer 371 5, f -fir Q ,uw , f mmf .s ,xx Nw as Q5 V 9 vi.- N5 :sz .- A A Q, '- A e2,..g Q53 wt Q, K , iw xx Q 'ESM A5-Q1-135 V,,' 34 in 'W 4 8 S and -k X ,gg w, 1' fi 'E v 75 5952 ff, , if 1 2 if-Q n 1? ' js.. 5,466 9? -1.14 ROW THREE: . i- M. Marcum, M. McLeRoy, E. L. Olson, J. McCarthy T. Moore, M. North, B. Martin, F Martin R. Mickle, W. Markwardt, P. Muench, K. Morris, Loring. ROW TWO: J. Morrow, L. Loewe, V. Keister, M. Nanes, B. Malott, A. Mueller, L. Miller, D Metz D. Noeske, D. Moore. ROW ONE: E. Miller, J. Nelson, V. Morrow, l. Meyer, R. Ohlin, R. Munox, E. Nample, G. Mathews L. Miller. ROW THREE: W. Meck, ROW TWO: h R. Roemer, J. Packard, E. Rees, G. Palmer, T. Pfisterer, R. Rund, J. Rush, R Paugel D. Parkinson, D. Parkinson, V. Phillips, A. Peterson, R. Rohde, A. Poggenklass, J. Pollock D. Phillips, K. Riedi, M. Rees, C. Richards. ROW ONE: J. Randall, W. Reck, K. Pierce. ROW THREE: D. Shelly, J. Shoemaker, A. Siemens, J. Stiegman, M. Schweder, V. Stout, J. Sturtevant L. Siegmeier, M. Schopf. ROW TWO: L. Sturtevant, G. Snell, B. Stewart, L. Sorn, V. Shunk, ROW ONE: R. Schroeder, J. Stake, L. Scofield, W. Sturtevant. ROW THREE: S. Snyder, R. Stearns. N. Wahler, J. Wilcox, R. Zimmerman P. Wilhelms, L. Condit, C. Wichman, D. Williams l-l. Wirtjes, J. Vaughn, J. Winkler, Wilhelms, P. Tucker. ROW TWO: V. Rafferty, S. Voss, J. Skeel, J. Wittbecker, J. Porth, B. Walker, B. Tavenner, E. Wagner, l. Wright, l. Woods. ROW ONE: E. Seely, E. Stukenberg, J. Schneider L. Richter, M. Staas, J. Wales, J. Young, J. Womelsdorf, J. Womelsdorf, M. Wahler, M. Trevillian, L. Brubaker, L. Aurand. CO-ADVISERS MRS. BESSIECARNAHAN MR. THOMAS CARPENTER Q .1 , .Lww eq, sv ng, 2 f ,--x ifx 91 , . :- is 'A. kb U84 W T K ,Av ,fi sau av-4' W5- lx fumnw fgziisd-if r qs-P' 'J - 'inf xwmkf Qt, ,L a Q .Q 'f " 4 -. 3. 1-M if ,Vw 'K 4ae4Jzmenl- ROW THREE: J. C. Guhl, L. Fishburn, J. l'lartog, J. Koym, M. Seitz, D. Zimmerman, D. Yoder, A. Rampenthal R. Swartz. ' ROW TWO: L. Smith, L. Young, E. Eilders, J. Rideout, E. Thiel, R. Smith, J. Kaufman, J. Rowen, l.. Ousley, S. Mayer. A ROW ONE: M. Bruce, R. Adamson, S. Rash, C. Wunsch, N. Sager, J. Myers, A. Mayer, W. Veer, A. Shay, K. Shay. ROW THREE: l.. Morris, D. Teare, D. Holland, D. Guhl, D. Sturtevant, G. Mcllvanie, J. Eyler, B. Engle, R. McGee. ROW TWO: B. Allen, E. Deilce, J. Tippetts, V. Sager, J. Erdmeier, E. Ross, R. Merchant, E. Miller, J. Johnson ROW ONE: W. McMillen, R. Ficlcert, B. Kimes, D. Grell, J. Zanoni, B. Morrow. - ROW THREE: P. Fischer, M. Randall, M. Rettepiece, J. Shuey, R. Moore, D. l'lenlce, R. Simler, R. Brown. ROW TWO: A. Anderson, A. Seaman, J. Stees, D. Shivers, M. Oswalt, J. Finley, D. Sangalis, M. E. Slaght. ROW ONE: E. McGee, E. Collalti, C. Dodson, R. Nunemacher, R. DeGan, F. Lamm, D. Cramer, R. Cummings. ROW THREE: J. Quest, J. Swarcl, H. VanMatre, l.. Jaclcson, G. Gross, B. Dagel, J. Sanders. ROW TWO: D. Scofield, J. Winter, l.. Thompson, B. Maurer, W. Burlchart, J. Coolce, D. Niclcerson. ROW ONE: G. Scheffner, B. Thurman, B. Bender, M. Michael, A. Downing, E. Uden, J. Metz, E. McGee. 44 +424 Oh, you Sophomore-you puzzle of puzzles. Are you man or vegetable? Many are thetimes l'vetried to classify you: 1. phenomenon? orjust Q. baffling Sophomore? As the mystery deepened, l set my Punlcerton man on the trail The first suspicious action this Super Snooper reported was an election. l demanded details, and he reported that Roger Ferguson, Paul Jones, and Glen, Rohr were the electionees. Thoroughly aroused, l set my sixth column to worlc. These undercover men un- covered the vital information that AI Grettler, Tom Ferguson, Glen Rohr, Roger Ferguson, Don Weber, Paul Jones, George Rinehart, Karl Kerr, "Slug" l-lartgen, Gene Wilson, Noel l"lenze, and Charles Kuntzelman were heating up the gridiron and softening up the hardwood. And what's more, Bill Lee was resisting my Ratzi propaganda and furthering these treasonable acts by uttering such queer sounds as: "l-lit 'em highl l-lit 'em lowl Come on Freeport- l.et's go!" This was undoubtedly a secret code, and my experts were at a loss as to how to solve it. To show their scorn for my form of government, what did they do but go over my head and elect a lcing and queen, namely Nancy Mogle and Tom Ferguson? Adding insult to injury, these young up-starts produced a real artist in the person of Songstress Sharp. Their chief agitator was Jaclc "Glamor Boy" Sellke who laid down the law to these Sophmen. But we shall persist, and our cause, namely to have school seven days a weelc, shall succeed and so- -l. Spy. QRS 'Q i? k5a S ix w"n my W., M ,X K if .W U, .f ROW THREE: T B. Artman, N. Abels, M. Antrim, J. Bessert, A. Bird, E. Anderson, M. Adams, S. Aurand, E. Clark. ROW TWO: B Atherton B Berg, M. Alder, J. Benoy, D. Alexander, M. Adams, L. Bessert, M. Arbogast, J: Bennett, M..BoycT. ROW ONE: C. Albert, R. Banks, L. Bordner, D. Best, J. Baxter, R. Bookman, S. Arola, R. Bauch, R. Albert, T. Ament, R. Becker, D. DeVries. ROW THREE: A. Campbell, W. Boldt, B. Bruce, C. Bloyer, J. Brock, A. Burckhart, B. Brinkmeier, J. Chapman ROW TWO: J. Brubaker, M. Bush, L. Brown, B. Campbell, K. Breymann, F. Cassman. ROW ONE: D. Brokhausen, E. Cheeseman, D. Bonebright, J. Cali, R. Chambers, A. Birkett, J. Camerer ROW THREE: C. Dennis, W. Dir, R. Donker, E. Carter, D. DiMichele, R. DeFrane, R. Donstad, J. Davis. ROW TWO: B. Cline, B. Donahue, P. Davis, P. Deininger, L. Dickinson, D. Cook, P. Danielson, H. Coon, W. Donahue, B. Deery. ' ROW ONE: ' D. Dereby, D. Dahm, B. Dubois, G. DeVore, A. Dominquez, D. Cox, D. Cowan, D. Diddens L. Cooper, M. Dyslin. ROW THREE: K. Freerksen, B. Earnest, F. Fenton, R. Fonken, J. Engle, R. Ferguson, B. Fickert, E. Ellsworth ROW TWO: D. Entmeier, D. Erdmeier, l-l. Eder, R. Foy, S. Fritzenmeier, N. Engle, N. Fink, C. Eklund, D. Gitchel, D. R. Fierheller, J. Ewing. ROW ONE: D. Feller, L. Fletcher, V. Forrester, M. Engemoen, R. Eberle, D. Engelhart, F. Euler, R. Fechter. RODGER FERGUSON, President PAUL JONES, Secretary-treasurer 445' fmk, ?"dC'f If I ff ,. rl I 19" il y 'Qs 1 nv 9, df, f my K Q -v' 3 i ,xy .Nr ,m..,,- WE' A , pw aw 'We' O an x ,151 W' Q rg7,?'3 ks if :f'f5s ,' QQ 1 ,X img, Lu, fa Fl? in 'Z 11.51 ' 'YSL ' :W I i UQ' fl y Q . ' , 5 S 'NF 2 Q. f4.,gf7. fl' A rkp ,Q i sq QI 'C'- "M! 5? 1 is we V WK ,Qs 5 A is A ,iw v 's wr f f irq V, k b :N if .-4 .NM Nr ' . X ., N X rm .krwgx wan- sf ' 4' S ws Z Amy x , 1" K N :.'9k,-6NiA'w""g 'TL . , if X .-,, A , S M 5- , HY, 5 Q-an 'sig f' L ik M 3. ww F iv .. -fr., S' 9, M' W ,Aw 5? vw .X N sf XS 3, TSI.. Sopfzaanoaea ROW THREE: D. Gallagher, T. Hamon, B. Graff, D. Harlacher, P. Hartgen, C. Gitz, D. Heilman, N. Harnish. ROW TWO: D. Holdeman, A. Gretler, V. Gritfo, L. E. Green, N. Guhl, L. Greene, J. Graff, T. Haas. ROW ONE: J. Hannah, M. Gerlotf, G. Harmer, B. Gerloff, A. Gritfin, J. Heilman, G. Greier, D. Griswold, F. Gray, R. Hannah. ROW THREE: l. James, R. Hershberger, J. Hoplcins, R. Horning, P. Jones, N. Henze, H. Hester, D. Kaiser. Row TWO: D P. Hullourt, L. Hutmacher, J. Kosten, P. Hettinger, R. Hull, C. Horan, P. Johnson, L. Katsufru, D. Heitzman. ROW ONE: C. Kappes, R. Kaiser, B. Heitz, M. Howard, D. Heitz, H. Holtum, W. Hiteman, B. Hultquist ROW THREE: C. Kuntzelman, L. Kracht, R. Killcer, K. Kerr, L. Liebers, D. Johnson, H. Huber, R. Knodle, D. Klever, T. Liebetrau, M. Krogull, T. Labinslci, J. Kloster. ROW TWO: B. Lee, J. Leinbach, O. Klipping B. Leeman, J. Justice, M. Kurth, D. Lindsey, B. J. Kish, D. Knaulf, J. Klapp, L. Lemplce, J. Lindgren. ROW ONE: L. Kent, H. Knicely, B. Koehler, M. Kempert, J. Lieber, D. Kuhn, A. Lawrence, B. Kraft, E. Koeller. ROW THREE: D. Long, B. Lundquist, B. Marcum, J. Lutz, B. Lindsey, P. Lockwood, W. Love. now TWO: A F. Lotta, F. MacAdam, R. Liscom, C. Lyon, J. Mathews, D. Lighthall, J. Maltry. Row- ONE: , ' ' L. Marcum, A. Lungwitz, L. Martin, A. Kortes, A. Lloyd, D. Mayer, N. Lighthart, D. Marsh. GLENN ROI-lR, Vice-president 147-r M K Q 77 9? wk im awmwwqwgmwmmwmw-., fm my Q 55' V.. 599. 9 8 ROW' THREE: l.. Pearson, J. Mcl.eRoy, R. Neberman, l. Neberman, L. Meier, E. McGinnis, R. Moore, R. Meyers, J. McLaughlin. ROW TWO: H D. Nelson, E. Powers, M. Miller, O. Miller, M. Miller, E. Moyer, D. Polhill, J. McLain, V. Peclc F. Miller, l.. Nelson,Nl.. Miller, D. Penticoll. ROW ONE: J. Nichols, M. Miller, J. Morrow, C. Moritz, l.. Green, J. Mortenson, N. Mogle, R. Noltemeier I. Monigold, P. Poplces, C. Moore, T. Pierce. . ROW THREE: ig. gelllcke, G. Schlafer, G. Rinehart, G. Roddewig, E. Rafferty, J. Shoenhard, R. Rutter, B. Rundall . toc er. ROW TWO: M. Scofield, S. Shrader, J. Schasleer, M. Rohde, J. Rees, E. Rasmussen, G. Raih, J. Neely, B. Reed. ROW ONE: A. Sched, J. Reid, C. Schimpl, J. Sheetz, N. Ryan, M. Shunlc, G. Schoop. ROW THREE: B. Schirmer, B. Sowers, M. E. Tuclcer, M. Smith, V. Stabenow, l.. Stroheclcer, J. Tavenner B. Standring, B. Speer. ROW TWO: M. Sanders, J. Ross, G. l.. Rutter, M. Thompson, J. Stocks, J. Smith, E. Staas, F. Sutterlin, J. Tretter. ROW ONE: J. Sharp, G. Springer, D. Tegeler, M. Smith, A. Stoclcer, F. Miller, M. J. Staas, B. Striclcer, M. Spahr, C. Stabenow, R. Sunbom. ROW THREE: H. Yost, R. Wienand, C. Wilson, D. Weber, V. Veer, D. Williams, P. Wagand, R. Walter, B. Womelsdorl, R. Wieland, R. Schrader, l.. Waller. ROW TWO: ' P. Willcy, N. Voss, E. Wilson, A. Washburn, C. Wieland, C. Vehmeier, M. Young, R. Wolfe. ROW ONE: J. Wilson, M. Valaslca, P. Yarger, M. Young, J. Wilhelms, D. Wamsley, l.. Zimmerman, J. Winter, l..lWagner, A. Weaver, J. Welty, R. Williams. CO-ADVISERS MISS MARY MAT!-IEWSON MR. THOMAS SPRING I +491 450' l'm really somebody now .... Out of the faint hearted freshman class. . . through being a silly sophomore Forever .... at last, a jaunty junior. With Jean l.andgraf as chief announcer, Bob Kuntz as assistant, Don Boelcholder at the control boards, and the script supplied by Miss Mears and Mr, Maloney, much of the usual static of the junior year was eliminated for me. l helped to supply much ofthe muscle, brain, and brawn that put Freeport on the map athletically. Johnny Pinnow, Gerry Dirltson, Bill Young, and "Ding Dong" Belle were my fellow buclceteers, and was l proud of the record we madel Under the guidance of Miss Lloyd and with the aid of hall an inch of grease paint, l proved myself worthy of a screen test, at least, and developed into a first rate actor in our super-swaclcy play, "June Mad". l boosted Lyle Reedy and Mary Jean Johnson energetically as lcing and queen candidates of the l-lit Parade, and they did right well for us, too. "The shot that was heard 'round the school" was the bang with which we put over the Junior-Senior Prom. Even the snooty seniors' usual composure was shattered when they saw our masterpiece, and it was with envious sighs that they admitted our success. For several weelts all l heard in the music room and near vicinity were nervous voice clearings and craclced high notes. Upon closer investigation, l discovered "Beds," "Pitts", Doris Jean Orwig and Marg Miller, right up among the Carusos and Jenny Linds of the operetta, "Waltz Dream". So, ufella' studes," until next year, this is station J R in the FHS Building signing oil. Your announcer . . . . -l. Spy. ii .S 1 My swf 83 5 ' isis 3 W0 .wx R . 1 KT:- , if xi I 8 55 V lvkyyxw 4, ,X A .ix-, M, " C .Q k mv V : ww-sv f S '1.f .-1.ffA ' ff ,554 NM ,mfg ..?,,gg.51 M ', ' at gy- in cf . Y ,5niFiis33...- A Awww ,, 'QVQEP ,, X -mx N K ,ww .4 mw- E 1 X . 531455 3 img A is . 2 QM.. me 5...,,,..,W --1 umhu i-i-- ROW THREE: V A. Bergemann, S. Campbell, B. Beddow, J. Bode, l"l. Albert, J. Bose, l-l. Baebler, D. Bingner, D. Boyer. ROW TWO: J. Bloyer, D. Anderson, F. Bertram, J. Anderson, N. Bordner, B. Beclser, A. Banos, E. Bremer. ROW ONE: B. Best, B. Bordner, M. Ament, P. Bolender, M. Adamson, G. Baxter, D. Boelcholder. ROW TWO: R. Brown C. Donlcer, C. Croclcett, B. Buss, M. Dupee, G. Denton, M. Dominiclc, E. Donstad, R. Cain, Brown. A , ROW ONE: M. Chapman, M. J. Brilllwart, J. Diclcman, S. Dodson, S. Dawson, W. Collins, J. Collier, M. Bunnell, E. Brown. ROW THREE: C. Geiger, B. Frinlc, E. Ford, E. Gann, B. Eberle, E. Ferguson, B. Friclce, K. Eder, P. Eilders, K. Fleischer. ROW TWO: B. Faist, J. Fuller, A. George, C. Fletclwer, B. Geiser, W. Gillette, C. Fislwer, A. Eilders. ROXW ONE: P. Forsytlwe, J. Geiser, R. Eiclwenberger, K. Fislwer, D. Emford, D. Frinl4. OFFICERS JEAN LANDGRAF, President BOB KUNTZ, Vice-president DON BOEKHOLDER, Secretary-treasurer 534- . n--: 'Ly' PWS: M-ww Ai'g-'FSF fy, .f 2' w -wif A 2.121-'EW +4 1 A fn,-jr-, XZ Avi -Keg-Q, ff, .my :,,,pgfy Q V, f 03' ,, kwv2",g,.'.,, A G ,, 5 V'fS'?fi2 .xlrgxk vw ,x33,.f.Q w- Q .-nf 3-Y Y, v , ,s its '13, K I K M 9 3 A U . X X W i y li A . A i 5 . ' N QM! I . x Eff? ww -N: in , Q-Q it T MA i 3 'wi-eHiwW+1:wm'.-srmmnv-wwvmawl: . K if - ww-4vNkw': - G-www xm- 62 --M .ww gm f f'-9 if i fQ Q Q an 5333 Y SM Q1 .. s 1 -A 4, if ' QQ Q' Q 3 ,iz A 15217. ,s ds wp- M N la V :A ,av Sian 56,14 his ws. 3 ,. ns 1'3" F3 A, -'Q Q v -xi Q 8 Q in .L 5-'Q A ----wum4+--...- ROW THREE: K. Huber, N. Hartzell, R. Heilman, L. Gitchel, B. Hyslop. ROW TWO: P. Haas, B. Glaman, P. Grattelo, P. Harman, M. Haas, B. Hannah, J. Gray, B. Hermsmeier, L. Graff. ROW ONE: P. Hoag, L. Graf, G. Griswold,jEl.-Grant, N. Groves, J. Hagedorn. ROW THREE: D. LeBaron, H. Cone K. Jacobs, M. Leopold, B. Kuntz, M. J. Johnson, E. llgen, M. Kratzer S. Knobel, C. Jones, Lieber. ROW TWO: T. Johnson, B. Davis, B. Johnson, R. Ketelhut, J. Lanclgraf, C. Law, B. Koch, R. Kincannon G. Loewe, M. E. Lyon, C. Kincannon. ROW ONE: J. Kurth, R. Lang, D. Kurtz, V. Fairbairn, B. Lee, D. Knowlton, W. Kevern, G. Lindsey, R. Kailey ROW THREE: N. Molter, R. Meyers, W. Mitchell, K. Marsh, J. Ousley,xJ. Morton, G. Maines, B. Monigold ROW TWO: W. Newell, L. Michel, J. Malott, R. L. Mellott, A. L. McLeRoy, M. Miller, M. Meyer, J. Meyer. ROW ONE: H. Neuberger, E. Mueller, A. Monehan, D. Orwig, C. Otto, F. Miller. CO-ADVISERS MISS CAMILLE MEARS MR. RICHARD MALONEY 455-ir i mx Wx . ,ff 8 , Y' EQ 1? k:L" -K r f K . uf. ,,,,-M th, xx QQ ,W-'W' S Q 2 . , A. , ROW THREE: J. Peight, B. Sabin, R. Peclc, L. Roth, L. Reedy, J. Pinnow, B. Porth, B. Pearson. ROW TWO: E. Regez, B. Pittsley, B. Rutter, S. Rosenstiel, M. Riordan, R. Robieson, K. Pax, V. Paugel, M. Pappas. ROW ONE: E. Regez, L. Payleitner, M. Salsbury, L. Phillips, M. Rayhorn, M. Rees ROW THREE: - L. Smith, E. Staloenow, J. Schneider, H. Spauschus, B. Sievelcing, W. Smith, R. Steinmetz. ROW TWO: D. Smith, R. Serrano, N. Seachrist, D. Shroeder, J. Schreiner, L. Sorn, C. Schleich, J. Schimpl, C. Snyder. ROW ONE: A. Stulcenloerg, D. Schleich, A. Snap, M. Smith, P. Stone, O. Snyder, E. Schlegel. ROW THREE: D. Wittbeclter, A. Tillt, D. Thoman, H. Winchell, H. Wienand, G. Vore, C. Wagner, W. Wohllorcl, R. Wolfe, F. Wahler. ROW TWO: M. Varger, G. Vfolfe, L. Voss, V. Wecleerly, R. Winterland, M. Wagner, B. Wales, A. Wurtzel, M. Zanis, D. Yahnlre. ROW ONE: A. Vore, V. Waldeclcer, V. Woods, E. Wienand, K. Wolfe, E. Leemhuis, l-l. Vaughan, K. Vohllcen. 15701 vhs . 1 8 gif-0-4-e And now, ladies and gentlemen, alter a briel pause for educational preparation, tlne mal4ers ol better and broader education present Qpen lmlouse .,.. tliat true story ol true stories ..,. tlwat stupendous reproduction ol good old F. l'l. S. inside dope. As tlie sliow opens, Dr, Education waves lwis wand and sweeps all studio guests into tlie land ol Peadinl lxfritinl and Pitlwmetic. Qur entertainers are tlwose dynamic personalities of better 458+- and broader education tlve scliool master witli all luis little Susies and Jolinnies. llie awed parents drift from tlwe gastronomical wonders in tlwe foods room to tlie pliysical marvels in tlie gym, and alter a parental cl1ecl4-up on tlwe progress ol tlweir puzzling oil-spring, janggled nerves are sootlwed by musical relreslwment. At tlwe sound of tlwe next tone beat it will be exactly 9:30, and time lor Qpen l-louse to come to a close, DORQTI-W HILLMAN -""' ' an ze-me , crm nf 5 Know awzQ Know your city' What goes on behind locked doors? What makes our city tick? Fnroll in one of our government classes and all your questions will he answered in ten easy lessons a la Bitting. After an easily accounted for hesitation, the city fathers decided to relinouish the reins of Freeport s government to our young A . . , L Hpolitiios' for one day. Chtef of Police, Andy Denn s, iracee 5 bgolgn pair of rubbers in the snow, and tire Chief Collins muttered .14 a prayer of thanlzs every time the fire truclc safely rounded another icy corner. Police Magistrate 356,50 plus costs l-laupert in- dustriously slapped fines on speeding motorists, and His Honor the Mayor fArlcie Vaughan to you, contemplated his secrctarys profile and wished he were mayor every day, At the end of the day, wise but tired, the adolescent aspirants packed up their brief cases alone with their political hopes for another ten years JEAN HARDIF AND DOROTHY HILLMAN 459' ' yfi .ffia W, f triti- .AM-, 1:22512 . .1-. W 'Kim ws-kg -- X 7 as Q, m wg Q h M, Q5 W H, 5 6' 1? E. s ' wwwmwm X, m 5 ,LZL wwiawgigw A ww 152151 5 K? K Q 9 Y ., r .N ff Lv 3+ QQ ,Wi .,-. 0' 1 P ,X m 5 ' v ,gf .25 A, K if Six " K. f fx l, -Q'i1?N5N.fi' 1' -- X ffm 1:5f f,':5. 1f-E- wld- 1 6 L --,. 1 QM in 2 Q3 X .- - r 1 Mil M ' , x 5 . ,, ,1 .xyf 'N xx J' . .K w 'K xwm xg a f 5 Cora ...,..... Fedele ........, Dulce of Lambert, .. Aida ......,.... Duchess Stephanie. Princess of San Luca. , . Baron Cesarea .... Rhoda Fenton .... Eric Fenton. . Corrado. . . Grazia ........ prince Sirlci ...... Major Wnitread. . . Eau' Director: MISS LLOYD ,.....MarilynPniHips ., .. ,,....,....... ,... W arren B,Turner ....George Green .. ...Lorraine Sanders ........JuneGuhl ..-..Constance llgen . A . , ,RobertEn9ell'1art ...,.Dorotny Hiilman .,,..4..RayMarler ....W?lliam Liscom 4...Jean Hardie .,, .John Haupert ......Andy Dennis fc up an .Q- ,fy . v Q ff w"'-NX - I W! + A W. - . I Q '1 , .. , . 'S s .N Q G i"ffi" bi 2 sv'31wQ'Q . . ,M 'P' . KE, Ng: Q .D W 1 - R an Q it Y, 9. A Q 5 5 - D I V . S QQ 'S ' N . x .F eg 'E ' ,J 41 wk-,Q 4. f Q ' , Q, A fi, ,Sky ,R kg gb AJ I . , . Q . - fr . Q 5si,,X5"' QS X 'D X- -.,,t. -sa S - Q .. . ..- X- . , . . rw 3 W3 my ,B Nw X fl m 9 , 3: , ga . f if si . . .X A A - ya 51.1 Aa . ' ,55f91.xE. 1 x it Y .. ,gg Q K Q .X A' Q x 5 E X his 3? . V g 5 K X gf . 11... ' K ii, 5 MAA X S N A w . rv, ,QU 1 9, , Q' K gi " Q S J S fi f af' , . . . - F47 J S 'Q 'isis 5 ' Q 11 Y' . l Q, L Aim" 91566. L 4, , Q G-:hung ,xv . Q Q ,pr +5 . Q Y we 'V 'S , T..-2 . Y 4. . sf. . 1 X ,,, . Q TFETE.. Y .--.. 'A f .... ...,. ' . . . - , X. .... , 4-.. ' 1 umm if 3, Q fi S it 1 W - fx fy ig t X 3 af' -F 54 . if Qgik 5. , , m S Q .. A Xe, 1 1 4.3 ,Ex 9? 5 X Q 1 Ev I 'f,,sJ,' hr 'f X U XX fy i P i vii 'fda' a . K Aga I A 'il 'M' rf- E ' HQ 'E ' ga 55,1 Y . f 1 x 5 W 'H V, K -Q K. . ', , J 1 5- if N E' ' K gk 91. X is fi " ff Q if .3 if if In xx f Q gs K X, f, 5 gi, Q , i Wh tg ff Q 1 N- -1 my y f , QQ +' 'Q' Q ', x fl .X Q i ' Q' ff .- , i 5 ix- M 'ff .B Q, I f HI , 5 -sf, qgdsisg ig? if 'A S ...Y 9 X 'f i Q "" S' "K Q is W 1 S' gig' A M S3 sgfxlyxi X vs , A , XL L. L.x. 3 ,A - x if A' 'R X3 i - ' :W as N X Xxx '- - 2'-A' . gk 'N Q. MW' L mx A ' 4 ' X 'S is an A R 'v 5 f NE, ' X 8 Q gil 3 gn ,N k . JK swf N is Q . ,, J' as-su. A f , .ff Q fu-mu... Q X Q "" Q .wwf ff -Q. M , ,, , if is , QNQN. K X i-rw -M Q51 X V X- Qx figgfg M M - Q Q, ,X , N... , 7 mf - X X ,mqx xwwwm- , -SX? . NS wx 9.3 QNXN X N. WW ,. 5 2 fi, mfr 5 ggi ,Q ., wr., www + -Q ax Q xv..i g if My 4-an f A u Qs QTQSIVQ ew., ,. ,sewn Aw, is N. .. ug ,S Q 0 h - .L A " Y ' ' - wbg Q if i 4 1 X X f .S Spflif Q xes?lmg3,s5?gw.. wxii Q K 'L Sfga-mais QQ K xx M50 4: 6 J N ,A A X X M . li . ' ' X 3 Q ' w. . K sf: ' swim :Ng x gn R K af . xr . S v fi? lf HQ A . '-,N X -4 Q s 5 i mv' I L qrik Eg . 5 .. fzl 'WT xi Q X V X E 5 X 9' 5 if 4 Yi X if 5? S 5 Sf 5 4 Sa ggi I 3 ,, veg- Q ,Q ix wi H 95 Q , 'ia az A ' f Q Q Q G as K I. Q' 1 S 6 S is S 5 X W 7, ' 1 Y tv 5 Q 5 3 , 5 -' 1-f W x 53 N Q' if at Q , fx A R Q Q ? s gg S ,K W X gy 9 R W , 2 Q is Q2 'rv ,gf 5 W, Q K Kkkx W 5 f Q S' 'W 'fu Q r Q X ,QQ , x qi.: :Ziff ag 13 N gf X 555 . . -.-R 91 .rs Ti. Q' f ' 1' - 'sw , . nn g .K ,. . mg , ew -fi X 5 'Z if Qs x nf 3 X xx wF 1? Q 5? it . 5, W if 3 w W my W .Pz .Gt .. , as N. ,W- 68' am of llfze week KING QUFFN DWAIN CCQK LOIQRMINJE SANDFRS eww, DONALD BEST DOLORES HEITZMAN LVLE REEDY MARY JEAN JOHNSQN aaaoluifed TOM FERGLISQN NANCY MCDGLE lf If Jack Selllce Ma llyn Smith Catherine Covert Mary Jean Johnson Befuinidze Scum "Madam Chairman, worthy opponents, and fellow studesl lhis afternoon we are discussing the problem, Resolved: lhat bathtubs are more beneficial to manlcind than chewing um, W g e base our case on these two main points- , from railr , rom map carrier to first stringer, from debate box to extemp. brief caseee so goes the life of the debater. Whether he is expostulating on, Hllm in the Draft. Won't someone please close the door?" or whether he is searching oads to Federal government problems f we, Une papa, spears We wonft forget- how 'little Boy Green" flirted with our opponents, how we teased Mr. Enstrom about five foot two, eyes of blue l th t A h . e as onus ment on the faces of the Dwight debaters when we sprang our s urprise case, 7041 George Green Charles Anderson frantically for 'llhe lnvisible Stripesn, the debater is easily recognized by the frenzied loolt in his eye. Ad- vancing from the pebble-in-the-mouth technique of Demosthenes, the present day debater replaces pebbles with peanuts and th ' e roar of the ocean with the roar of the debate class. lvlany are the former debaters who are now famous lawyers and congressmen, but whether he is plotting the downfall of his opponent, or practicing that famous Upump l-landleu gestur f e, we ind the debater an unusual and interesting specimen. our elation at defeat ing our arch enemy, Elgin, at Big Eight, Uxxfooll' and "Snilf" Murphy from Aurora, our main diet: cheeseburgers, french fries, and malteds. Zilgnee fAxllerton's accusing finger under our nose at t ' A e a es, and Mr. lfnstrom s experience with the gravy boat at Waterloo. Goulet! Ganquuu SPEECH-DEBATE SEASON 1940 Novmber 16 December 7 December 'I4 'l94'l January 'I8 f-Debate practice tourney at l-lam- mond, lndiana. Rockford invitational Debate Tour- ney. f'Waterloo Invitational Debate Tour- ney. Triangular Debate Meet at Rockford CEast and West and Freeport? January 25W-Elginflndividual Events Tourneye January 31 i 8cl:ebruary 'l l Eebruary 8 Eebruary 'IQ 3rd place on total points Augustana-Rock lsland Grd place in Debatel A-Triangular Debate Meet at Ereeport with two Madison, Wisconsin Schools. fDebates with Beloit here. February T5 February Ql February QQ March 'l March 8 March QQ April 4 84 5 April '18 8419-f April Q4 April Q5 84 Q6f Andy Dennis M-Freeport wins Big Eight Conference Championship at Aurora elfreeport ties for First place with East Rockford in Big Eight Con- ference lndividual Event Tourney. --District N. E. L. in lndividual Events Grd place on total pointsl ffN. E. L. Debate Tourney at Aurora fEreshman, Sophomore Debate Tour- ney at Aurora e'Debate Tourney at Decatur Ctied for Qnd placeb -Freeport wins ist in Sub-District Speech Contest held at F. H. S. District. E. H. S. qualified for State Tournament in seven out oi 8 events. Y'Sophomore Qratorical Contest Qtinalsb E. l-l. S. awarded sweepstake trophy. Lorraine Marcum Jean Collier Jean Hardie Lorraine Sanders Give the salute! Popcorn, peanuts-0 Pipe Dreams "Sweet Adeline" Make mine chocolate High on a windy hill A gay time was had Babes in the woods bye Jaw ..pv""' Mob scene ll ll Georgous S' no-Use 0- Hal's Belles Strut your stuff Information Please Equcstrians fe- L..-1 X3 'Nw It 474' I I ' 55- 'sm WMM 'll-low to Lose Friends and Alienfre peoplefl "Six Good Reasons lor Not Bringing Home Your l-landsome Roommate," and "Why Mothers Get Gray," combined in e three-act udremmern about this adolescent problem. puppy love and green gliders, a lfindergartxn Nlae Wfest and red lormal, orchids and piqtails-f all give an evening ol hilarious lun and a lew help- lul hints to despairing mothers ol teen-agers. Your commentator made ta perfect fool ol hisn sell in his boisterous enjoyment ol the antics ol sm... -L-L- s . Ellie, the unique maid ol the Wood family. by l3enny'S bosom Companion, Chuclc. lhe trials and tribulations ot penny were as Wf6llf YOQV VQDQWCU Wl'O S225 dll, l4V1OW5 dll, numerous as the Flirtations of Roger Ccasanoval and tells dll, 'S fl09-'08 SlWOD for fOCldY Gnd Vfmdiiti Van Vlecl4 and as numerous as the laughs of the Yours sincerely, audience at the queer solutions ot them as offered SUPER SNQQDEQI Director: MISS LLGVD penny Wood ...,.,. Pat Stone G. Mervyn Roberts. . . ............. Jim Rode Chuclf l-larris .... ... ...Gene Cannon IQOSU Van Xjlecle, John Robert Beddow Mrs. Wood. Doris Jean Ruclcer Mr Hn- W C H- T H N In R K . a IS ......... . .,.... agngr ,O ing mer u .e ..., oss .ai ey Dr. Wood. .. Ellie -...,, Millie Lau.. ..,..Joe Qusley ...letha Michel Marilyn Chapman Shirley Wentworth .... Ralph Wentwortli. Julie Harris ..... ...Shirley Dawson . .Dexter Knowlton ,...Mar9aret Riordan 1751 Um Bcmcfwagan MR. KARL KUBITZ Director 4764- FIFTH ROW- SECOND RONWA- R. Meyers, J. Anderson, C. Lyon, C. Anderson G. Shlafer, I.. Sanders, B. Ditzler, J. Poiioclc, J. Smith, B. Donahue, B. Atherton. FOURTH ROW'f B. Liscom, B. Porth, J. Reining, J. Cooper, J. Carter, FIRST RCW- W. Smith. M. Dupee, P. J. Huiburt, M. Antrim, B. Maiott J. Young, A. 'Wurtzei. THIRD ROW" f L. Anderson, D. Isaac, H. Wincheil, Cu. Grier, MAJORETTES- G. i-ioFfman, E. Rasmussen. J. Meir, H. Zastrovv, D. Adams. From the marching Field to the concert platform, From Brahms to Berlin, From symphony to swing, We tal4e it all in, without so much as a Flicker oF an experienced eyelash. Alter months ol toiling up tower stairs and emitting various vague sounds Cmusical and othervviseb which gently Float down the venti- lators, we Finally emerge in all our glory and astound everybody by tossing oFF a polished performance at the annual concert, and bringing home the bacon from the state contest. ul-lo, For the liie ol a bandsmanln CATHERINE COVEIZT. Mies. Mmsiroie WHEAT Honorary Member . ,W- 1, , .V .b .. X FIFTI-I ROW-if J. Shuey, B. Womelsdorf, T. Pierce, G. Cannon J. Jaeger, P. Pittsley, M. Oosting. FOURTH RCW- V. Nortridge, XW. Deike, M. Spahr, E. Beer L. Condit, J. Olfomelsdorf, M. l-laas, M. J. Brillhartl P. Mellott, P. Place. THIQD POW r P. Cirupe, D. Griswold, G. XiXfelch, A. Lawrence D. Fierheller, L. Miller, F. Ford, l... Peterson M. Ludolph, P. Kostenbacler. SECOND POW' -f N. Finkboner, J. l-leitzman, Q. Miller, B. Cowan, L. Miller, D. Mayer, A. Snap, J. Collier, G. lXfood bury, B. Schmidt, L. Glasser. FIRST POWW B. Artrnan, A. Peterson, D. M. Schroeder, M. Young J. Neely, I-l. Cramer, M. Korl, J. Malott, C. Coveitl C. Nlensenkamp, I-l. Armagost, M. Smith. MAJQRFTTFS - K. Cristen, B. Bordner, M. Piordan. I -1 77'- Row Q-J. Randal M. Boyd, J, Schneider, D. Cook, A. Snap. ROW1-D. Newell, M. Closting, B. Herms- meier, R. Pittsley, W. Collins, Gwhaiha Jia!! Row 9-M. Korf, H. Cramer, J. Mdlctt C. Covert, D. Schroeder, M. Young. Row 1-M. Dupee, P. Huiburt, A. Wurtzel. B. Malorr 1784: D. Fierheller, W. Rack, J. Abels. Although We may not be the Philadelphia Philharmonic, We bravely toot and squealc our way through the year and emerge at stated intervals to liven things up with our ovvn variations on the classics. Obligingly performing for "mama" and "papa" at open house, Filling in the gaps at the class plays, and providing the musical background for the operetta, we end our season with a flourish as we accompany the seniors' stately tread at graduation. So in spite of the fact that vve probably don't have a potential Rubenstein or l-leifetz lurlcing in our musically-minded midst who knows,- sometime vve might turn out an Artie Shawl CATHERINE COVER-l. MR. KARL KUBITZ Conductor P. Porth. Row 1-M. Spahr, E. Ford. Row?-J. Jaeger, J. Anderson, A. Law- rence, G. Welch, P. Grupe, w794' 1804 Left to right: FIRST ROW- B. L. Heitz, M. Miller, D. Cowan J. Sharp, B. L. Kraft, ,D. J. Orwig M. Teare, J. McLain, B. Bordner P. Kraft, W. Newell, M. Irwin. SECOND ROW- M. Salsbury, I. Vaughn, J. Wahler, S. Morrow, R. Kincannon, S, Kurtz M. Rohde, S. Rosenstiel, A. Landreth G. Griswold, M. Thompson. MISS EMILY WENDT I 1 THIRD ROW- C. Moore, E. Brobst, l. James, M. Antrim N. Abels, M. Miller, D. Newell J. Brubaker, B. Rutter, B. Perth, H. Gabels FOURTH ROW- B. Sabien, C. Dorst, R. Peclc, B. Beddows R. Pittsley, B. Speer, W. Johnson B. Bauch, H. Leerhoff, B. Dahm. . . .. . . .-...... N - . ' . . - 1 FTE' li ke ii- - . .. , . A, - Swv This is good old F. M. l-l. on the air. playing on an inlrequency ol 50 vocal cycles, we present your high school serenade. l-his year we welcome a new star into our fold in the person oi Miss Emily Wendt. Under her very capable direction, the two feature programs of the season, Baccalaureate and Vespers, talce their places in Freeports l-lall of Famel Xxfhile the statues in the Music l-lall lift their plastic eyebrows ata high C, the students below in 17 waltz thru their studies to the sweet accompaniment oi the K'l3lue Ddnllbe-J' JEAN l-IARDIE DOROTHY H!LLMAN 3 F h www Jim Q 1 is :L 1 sh YN an , . Q ' V Q it 'bi vs? it 61-E' ian' 1 G. 4 :Q -I ' ,V - A if' 4 2555! 3 LQ , 4 R-fL rm b V X i ' v W. vga' . Y 5 75 W S Y J nf A gg KX ll Ei N X. Q X 4 1"" 1 fp' X Q. P 'f ' . Wg we 1 L? A S se Q KN. N - , is 3 " , E 2, f'i..E'i"-Q' .L W ll! N' X V 3 Sis 'ii r J' Q . K T2 478i 135 I' ,Q ls! is 'Ui A SH.. XB .25N0x , , 1 A .,' , fo '. JI. L., - v 3 , - Q 1 3 1. - v f ls F L " f af Ig' 5,5 .. 1 -is -313 W at 5 85. 55' . Q 5-W9 1 F Q9 i With a hustle and a bustle toward the appointed studio at 3:45 P. M. we tune in our favorite program -CLUB MATINEE. . 485' f.,---""' A N .: N M , . - A k i. , -'::' S A So you want a rec pe for clomesticity? Weil, Season with practical culinary art. heres a tried and true one, and its never failed yer. ,Ax fuck of 6 Spoon by ,1,dteXpe,tChQfl Mm, pguckml Talce the following ingredients: and you have that super-delicious concoction l-lime 60 brilshtfhbomebodies, Economics Club. E IF A das o oolc larnin', J AN WARD -. Ro-N Q J. Winter, L. 7immermen, J. Larson, MPS. PUCKEP Adviser R. lfostenloader. l'1ovv'l L. Qtroheclqer, J. Dickman, P. Swarcl, M, l"lull, , C 1 W. Hutmacher, Pl. l-lull, H, Fluechtling, J. Lancl- ROW 9 Dr Sauer, E- FQVQUSOW J- l3O5Ul5l'9lf graf Clvresj, B. l. Friclqe, N. Groves, E. l-lutmacher. M- Sdl5l'5U"YA Standing D. Dahm, N. Mogle, .A, Lungwitz, D, hleitz- ROVJ 1b Ldxllfevtp' lEm?Llem5lT'5gORkllClihNFgd man, M. Phillips, C. Schleich, J. Schimpl, J. Sheetz, 5' J HOA' JL 6 ' ' ' ' ' ,', ' ' ' P vom L. Carrpwerer, l. Vaughn, B. Buss, V. Wamleclfer, ' ' N. C' .. Sitting G. Cleier, J. Porth, D. Wittbecker, lu A. lxfurtze . Those whose pictures do not appear: M. Amenl, M. Bush, E. Caudle, D. L. Cox, D. Fierheller, S. Fritzenmeir, E. Koeller, K. Law, A. Lawrence, L. Marcum, K. Merkel, l-l Pugner B Schmidt S S h . . , . , . c roeder, J. Smith, M. Thompson. 1 86 4' ..- ui-Q35 ilie latin Club saw stars this year, real ones, too. Argturus, Booetes, Orion all Came under our learned De- rusal and disctissron. Xllfe strained our necks starinv earnestly Upward into tlrie lweavens, and we pee ed tlwrotiglt dtisty telescopes at dm, unwinlcing stars, in a sometimes vain eltort to toeate them in tl'teir ororier constellations. Qut we did more tlwan staraggaze. ,A-,n elalborate banoxiet, Vergil medals for outstanding Fourtlw year students, and interest ng monthly meetings were all part of our varied program, as directed by faculty adviser, Miss Rowers IPFS FIEPHU lkll Pow 3 B, Wlttsley, D, Cook, .l, Camerer, N. J. Voss, M. Sntitli, D. Rerg, J. Ousley Clreasj, M. Votinqr. Row 9 B. Fiserle, B. Berg, I, Fierlweller, J. Cali, ii. Eder, llowi l. l. lfasten, P. l-lettinger, CJ. Crier. Pow 3 .l. Chapman, Lee, F. Schirmer, Niss Bowers fadyiserj, M. Dapee, D. .l. l2ticl4er, N. flilil. Pow 9 C Velnmeier, .l. Sorn, Nl. Antrim, D. Hulourt, J. Qees. Pow 1 l. Payleitner, M. Knrf CV. Presb, M. l-laas, D. Sauer. Qow 3 T. liebetrau, ll Reclter, R Herslwloerger, S. greed, l . 7immerman, P. Danielson, F, Cassman, R. Bauflw, C. Denns Pow 9 F.. ltingwitz, E. Qasmussen, 'Vl. Clwaprrian, N: P-lrels, lf. Smitlm Row 1 J. lilfinter, P. l-loag Gee y.D, C. Covert, QPres.,', G. Patil. lhcse wlwose 'ti ' , ,nctures do not appear: M. Adler E, Anderson r. Cordes ,'. Lutz 187' 188' Ja Q. 12. is year, the feature attraction of these Tuesday night sulodebs was a series of shincraclcing con- tests to which each superman toolt his cookie Cbest girl to youl in his own meat grinder Calias jalopeb. They were really smooth, and that's no dream. Bull sessions concerning preparations for the all important Y conference Filled in the time until these l-l' G R' i . .s were ready to emerge into that swanlty status-The High School Graduate. JEAN HARDIE AND DQPQTHY HILLMAN Th Row 4-L. Lieber, B. Buss, E. Goetz, D. Hillman, Miss M. Cooper Cadviserj L. Sh d S ' a eC ec y.D, B. Koehler, A. Monehan, A. Wentzel, B. Schmidt Cpresj. Row Q-lA. Vore, J. l-lagedorn, N. Bordner, L, Swartz Row 'lf--C. Vehmeier, S. Dodson. Pow 3- llow 3'--"G, Wolfe, B. Wales, B. Dale, E. Ferguson, Miss L. Knapp CAdviserD. Row QW- P, M. Chambers Clreasj, M. Adamson, M. l-lille, B. Friclce, J. Meyers Cpresj. Pow Tfp. Sward, J, Schimpl, B. Bordner, D. Adams I .f Sfaff "Watch out for bleedslw HGet that kid out of the gutterln A mounting committee at the paper-doll cutting stage, the copy start chewing peanuts and linger nails alternately in a vain ellort to get an inspiration, the camera man gazing at the photographic wonders ol 'Kl2aclio Guide, and wishing high school girls were as photogenic as l-lecly l.amarr W Fuss and leathersl Toil and turmoill A mad house? No, just ye Polaris stall on the trail ol yearbook '4'i. JEAN HAPDIE Upper left r U H , F I , 'xpei' rig. t Cn. Green, rreemsen, Engmhart, M. Dopov, V MISS Q. Hohaus fadviserj. l-l. Cramer, S. Breed, V, Hoag, Nl, Korl. lower lah' lower right .l. lielwer, D. l-lillmar, C, Covert! J. Hardie, P. Kratf. QA Xxfamsgey I' ii ,gi rQ,g,mdS1rO,,. T. Dean. ' 8 flwwh Glad So We could understand menus, Find out what happened to Jean Valjean in that parisien gutter, and translate those intriguing sub titles in "l3ourVous",vve dived off and almostdrowned in a myriad of ne . . . pas's, chez vous's and nlest-ce pas's, but we came to the surface triumphantly clutching our certiticate of membership in French Club and chattering lilce a native Parisienl Row Q-A. Lawrence, L. Graf, J. Malott, L. Dickinson, Row 3-G. Chiames, H. Chiames, Miss Yenerich F. Sutterlin, D. Dahm, D. Walter, B. Sullivan, CadviserD, M. Oosting, E. Ford, F. Kurz, CV. PresD. ..Cll',M' hid d' F. J O 'Q' 'SS SC m' lcd Vw? Row?-S. Knobei,.1. sharp, M. COOkCSCC'Y-TfCc'!S.D, P. K f, S. B d. Row 'IfC. Ilgen CPres.D, P. Vore, M. Young, rd F me L. Marcum, J. Hardie. Row 1-B. Entmeier, B. L. Bordner. Those whose pictures do not a ' lt 90 1 ppear. May Engemoen. While Congress ranted on about improving South American relations, l did my bithby erlilrolling in a Span-ish course and struggled with the conjugation ol Hamarf' l dug up my mantilla, t rew owers to Ferdinand in that Famed bull Fight presented by the Spanish Club, and became a confirmed Schmidt- smitten-Spaniard before the exit of A. D. '4'l. Row 3fD. Knowlton, J. Neeley, R. Cannon, H. Spauschus, M. Sargent, A. Peterson, L. Martin, W. Deike, M. Adams. Row Qf-S. Kurtz, M. Zanis, M. Thompson, CSec'y- Treas.D, V. Nickerson, J. Lieber. Row 1-M. A. Trevillian, J. Bennett, J. Porth, J. Sheetz, Those whose pictures do not appear: E. Keister J. Leinbach K. Breyman J. Lieber Pow 3'--D. Gallagher, Miss Schmidtfadviserj, B. Frink, J. Gallagher, E. Donstad, M. Boyd, J. l-lull, G. Sandstrom, R. Donstad, G. Wamsley. Pow Q'-B. Eberle, P. Stone, N. Seachrist, B. Borclner, M. Riordan. Pow 'l-fC. Moore, P. Kailey. Pow 3-fM. Schweder, K. Merkle, L. Baylor, P. Fergu- son, L. Miller, A. Dennis, D. Cook CPres.D, A Spencer CV. Pres.D Pow SZ---V. Waldecker, C. Fletcher, P. Hoag, M Shunlc, L. Fletcher. l2ow'l -D. Wamsley, J. Tavenner, E. Nample, C. Elclund. -0914- Y t Q Pfulfa J! ' ancf Elf-.final Good evening Mr. and Mrs. North and South America and all the ships at sea. Flashl let's go to press Those scintillating clamor gals, the Philo Fems, are all a-flutter over the entrance of two eligible males into their organization th!s. year. That fabulous Philo Library tells the membership how to "Win Friends and Influence People", while Miss Shunlc gives instructive lectures on the trials of Hymn Kaplan. Your fellow-Philomathian is signing off . . . with lotions of love until my next broadcast. dudndfl- JEAN HARDIE. After each senior had been carefully considered, the outstanding few in character, leadership, and scholarship proudly exhibited a little white slip of paper bearing an National Honor Society. Philos upper left-'YMISS SHUNK-f'Adviser Standing: P. Grattelo D. Wittbeclcer, J, Jaeger, l. Fierheller, B Karageorge, K. Standring. Seated: H. Bauscher, J. Lieber, K. Christen tSec'y.D Lower left --- Standing: 3. Berg, J. Schweitzer, P. Kraft, QV. Presj, J. Hardie S. Breed, B. L. Schmidt, F. Kurz. Seated: E, Lebrecht, B. Geiger, M. Chapman, D. Hillman CPres.H Philos whose pictures do not appear: A. Samadeen, D. Yahnke, V. Moore, invitation to become a member of that privileged group The DOROTHY HILLMAN. Upper right' -Standing: C. llgen, S. Finley, E. Cordes, ll. Cramer, M. Hill, M. Popov, C. Covert, l. Vaughan. Seated: M. Korf, M. Hull, V. Nickerson. Lower right--Row 9: D. Newell, M. Popov,H.Cramer, fifngelhart, J. Schimpl, M. Jayne, G. Green. Row 1: C. llgen, C. Covert, D. Hillman, J. Hardie, M. Korf. MISS BOWERS- Adviser. Members of the National Honor Society whose pictures do not appear: B. Berg, J. Haupert, A. Samadeen, M. Hill, J. Springer, V. Nickerson, S. Breed, J, Schweitzer, E. Cordes, P. Kraft, B. Geiger, J. Lieber, A. Green, J. Rund, F. Kurz, J. Jaeger, !. Vaughan, W. Freerksen, G. Wamsley, K. Sutterlin. 19341 Mr. Future Employer After Graduation Avenue Opportunity City, .......... Dear Sir: I am the secretary for you If o H' ' ...2 ' 61446 812 Green Street, Polarisville, ....... . y u want an e iciency expert to buy Flowers for the wife on her birthday and remind you to meet that important client at one o'cloclc, just call on me, a member ofthe Secretarial Club, for with Miss Gramses assistance l have become a secretary not to be scolfed at. yours Upper left-F Tessiel the Toiler Row 9--J. Ciuhl, A. Opel, J. Schweitzer Cpresj, I JEAN HARDIE' B. Geiger, V. Moore Clreasj, J. Schreiner, l J. Springer, F. Engelrnan, M. Guhl. N. Groves, Righfw L. Lieber, W. Hutmacher, E. Hutmacher. Row if-J. Geiser J. Gra S. E , y, llis, E. Lebrecht, A Rodemeyer, S. Rosenstiel, F. Schelp, R. Kosten- bader. Lower left-Pow 3YM. Salsbury, D. Adams, A.George, M. Hill CV. Presj, E. Cordes, M. Adamson, J. Schimpf, J. Meyer, M. Fluegel, S. Finley, L. Crabtree, D. Hillman CSec'y.D, M. Coolc. Row QHV. Nickerson, K. Christen. Row 1-K.Standring, M. Hull, l. Kortes, M. Neberman. Row 3--Miss'Gramse Cadviserl, J. Landgraf H. Baeb- Ier, M. Riordan, C. Mensenkamp, J. Hagedorn D. M. Schroeder, P. Grattelo. Row Q-A. Brick, J. Malott, P. Forsythe, D. Yahnke D. M. Schroeder, P. Grattelo. Row 'I--M. Zanis, D. Wittbecker, J. Anderson A. Wurtzel. Those whose pictures do not appear' M Ament G. Denton, E. Goetz, D. Binge., P. Finley, D. .Hillmanl 1 Gamma glad Oh, to be a camera man! lhatls the life of Riley with Free passes to football games, basket ball games, and assemblies. But all that glitters is not gold and the lile of a shutter bug is complicated by poor light and wiggling subjects. Cn, on, you picture snappers lor the cause of printing pictures For posterity is certainly a noble onel l l Upper-- R. L. Mellott, B. Forrester, B. Deery, V. Nortridge, Lowell! N- Hdfflellr R- F'Clf2fff J- VdU8l1dn- J. Winter, A. Eilders, D. Loewe, G. Wamsley CSec'yD, C J. Shoemaker, A. Campbell, D. Cramer. enter-A Row 'lfJ. Hull Cpresl, R. Donstad, J. Neeley, F' Donner' D' Nelson' Those whose pictures do not appear: D. Griswold, Row Q'-'Cl Sandstrom CV. Presb, S, Pash, Mr. Hoff J' Swdrdl Cadviserb. r95' 53 792: Y? w?"It Q. ,Q ,Q "Buy a pencilln---is the battle cry of the G. A. A. 'lhese super salesmen enthusiastically sell everything from pins and corsages to the Broolclyn Bridge lor the worthy purpose of shipping some of their members ohf to summer camp. Alter paddling merrily around all winter in the chlorinated waves at the Y, these energetic athletes presented a 'KWater Carnival." Ending the year with a round of archery, the G, A. A, paclced their bags and headed campward. JEAN HARDIE AND DQRQTHV HILLMAN Upper picture Lower picture -f M. Smith, A. Poggenklass, J. Reid, F, Sraas, P. L. Row 3' 1'X'l.Johnson, B, !-leimbuch, M. Knautf CPres.D Mellott, D. l-liglev, D. Sauer, L. Payleitner, Row Q HB. Koehler, L. Lieber, N. Groves L. Shade, A. Peterson, J. Wfales, Nh Schweder. pow 1 D '- .. . . roule, D, Knaull, ffl, l-lubbardi 1 Q6 'K Q. Upper picturew I. Schasker, I. Adams, C. Vehmeier, V. Krueger, C. B. Fischer, B. Brau, V. Peck, P. Harnan, A. Bird, H. Armagost, B. Bender. Lower pictures-rr Row 9--Miss Riegel Cadviserb, B. L. Schmidt CSec'y- Treasj, P. Robieson, B. Bordner, N. Seachrist, N. Mogle. 4. 4. Pow 'lAM. Adams, A. Monehan CV. Presj, R. M Chambers, B. Walker, M. Schofield, M. Miller L. Martin, D. Marsh. Those whose pictures do not appear: D. Rucker J. Tavener J. Winter L. Lieber :Qc 4-984- .fefZ'wunen'4 61446 F stands for friendship, fortitude and f Row Q- J. Pinnow, V. Veer, R. Penricoff, D. Cook, J. Rund, D. Johnson, J. Hopkins, A. Gretler. Row 1- D. Boekholder, E. Heinrich, R. Krusey, J. Bloyer, R. Lang, G. Maines. Boxers: R. Lotta, B. Lindsey. UD, H .. .. -these are our F men. ROW3--D. Meyers, H. Young, G. Poddewig E. Bremer. Pow Q--A. Dennis, C. Geiger, D. Garns, B. Kuntz, K. Sutterlin CSec'y.-Treas.D, F. Cannova, O. Perkins. Row 1-Nil. Donahue, B. Schmelzle Cpresj, G. Brown, J. Schimpf, A.. Spencer, J. Lutz, B. Dahm. .feffwzmewl 61445 Upper picture ff Row 4-fL. Reedy, K. Kerr. Pow 3--G. Dirksen, M. Belle, B. Young, K. Fleisher. PowQf-B. Schneider, P. l-lartgen, N. l-lenze D. Weber, L. Liebers. Pow 'I-f W. Collins, B. Phillips, G. Rohr, T. Ferguson G. Rinehart. Lower picture-W Row Q-C. Kuntzelman, W. Deike, R. Ferguson, V. Nortridge, M. Reed. Row 'I --B. Bruce, C. Wilson, P. Jones, E. Wilson, B. Best. Shooting: P. Brown. 19941 11001 15 ' Qur lVlempershipfTh qw' ew . ey say, HBirds ol a leather Flock togethernfand so here vve are, represent ing every girl in Freeport I-hgh School. Qur Activitiesfflgaeh year pamphlets and circulars are flashed around the community lor an inten sive tvvo vveel4 magazine drive. As a Final larevvell, the Girls, Club stages a spring luncheon for the Seniors and their mothers. Qur Purposernlo help our lriends in need during their high school days, the organization uses the funds derived from our magazine drive. PAT KRAFT l-l. Zastrovv P. Chambers. I. '.A i Miss Barclay D. l-leitzman P. Hoag .... P. Kraft .... . , . . . . , .Senior President . . .Sophomore President ..............Adviser . . ...Freshman President .....Junior President .........Presidenr WQJA! We present the 1941 Sport Parade of F. H. S. n103' W., .... W., r'lO4' Ken Sutterlin Howard Leiber Orin Perkins Frank Cannova Bob Dahm an-Z 49011. 7! ' W ' Pow 3U--Coach Berner, O. Perkins, K. Sutterlin, Pow 9-B. Bruce, M. Reed, B. Dollarlraide, B. Brown, J. Bode, J. Lieber, D. Meyers, D. Penticoll, P. Euler, W. Mitchell, F. Cannova, J. Lutz, J. Rund, K. Vohlken, C. Geiger, H. Young, B. Kuntz, B. Dahm. A Spencer, Coach Weber. Pow 'IAl2. Lang, J. Hopkins, B. Wolfe, B. Best, J. Pinnow, G. Brown. --l-SCHEDULE---- Teams Freeport Opponents Moline ..... . . O 13 West Rockford. . . O 'I4 East Rockford .... O O Joliet .......,. 6 9 Clinton, lowa. . . Q1 O Elgin ......... O 'I3 East Aurora .... '13 'I4 LaSalle ........ O 'l4 West Aurora .... 6 'iQ '7!ze 7!a,a4 ' You may have your Grange Bowl, your Rose Bowl or Cotton Bowl, but give us the Pretzel Bovvl ol good old F. H. S., because here is the home ol our favorite football team. ltls true, our team was no sensation this year, but the Spirit displayed by them couldn't be equaled by that of any of our op- ponents, The Freeport team was the personilication ol the saying, "ll you can't win, malce the one ahead brealc the record." Qur opponents are witness to this, lor all had to admit that ours was a hard bunch to beat. Hard luclc is often a medium for bringing out some ol the better points, ours being those All-State men, 'Sin perlcins and "Suds" Sutterlin. We are proud of our team, not only lor that, but because the boys have shown that true school spirit is one ol the characteristics of F. H. S. athletes. BOB ENGELHART. Paul Euler Merle Reed Delmar Meyers John Pinnow Alvin Spencer John Pund llussell Penticoil wt 2, ,,. Q, 1 5 5 wi 1 i -- .,,- - 332 A A 3 'W if A ME? 'QF' 433- . . ES Q . i 'i i wg wi g w s X M 15 5 sy, 8 Q A Q X 1 , ,im W- 3 I M X V ',1.. , Z m mi , RH h 3 h V gr i 2 ASQ, A' Q sf if N' 7 3 1 ' -- Q Q f - y D , 'K --x., N : X Q ' , ' g ,aww My ,, , Wf X 1 I je, X! SM 11 l' 4, ,Sf M - ' f h M V- 5 , .. ? 1 M 335 - s ' Wi fx 'iafqx Q xx WJ l NX X 'P . kk E 1, Q . 1 f ,J wr 1 Charles Kuntzelman Glen Rohr Bill Lindsey Karl Kerr Paul Hartgen fir lui SUFA4 Noel l-lenze Don Weber George Roddewig Age, size, and a minor matter ol scores was the Waterloo which lcept these Fighting Freshmen and their fellow Sophomores from being pursued by secret scouts in a flattering attempt to bestow the well- deserved honor of "All American." l9at's helpful hints at the half-confined strictlyto the loclcer roomfand lom Ferguson's unique signals were all part of the learning process. Yahoodies comic book and boxers for taclcles further complicated the dark but, somehow, understandable mysteries ol football. As the fall of 1940 faded into the past, we reluctantly tuclced our suits in their boxes, sprinlcled moth balls on top, and sealed our memories of a season ol football. DOROTHY HILLMAN. 11071 sz Az 1 W Q 5 A , 1 iw ig. X aa 'Y' fi 5 A at 4' Y k,an, fs. wa ' xi in -E ii g,, . ' .4 Q 9 FQ: rp: Hi 'K my ' Qi is Q. f as Ev 5 .QQ Q. nf , r - .pg . ,Q"f 2 i?,3Q ,L 'ii' I N N W as 325. 1 P .xr We 'if 5 'gf wi . 9 . 7" .. if gf Q -' X Q . , I V P' 3 . lj m at - W7 Q. X r s 5 A E in 7114 Wdllidy The Freeport Majors began the T940-4'l season with a pessimistic outlook as far as material goes, but a strong heart can do wonders, even with a mediocre Squad. l.osing the first three out of four games, the basketball fans were looking forward to a long first semester before three returning letter men would bolster the squad. Three defeats at the hands of Oak Park, LaSalle and Elgin were not to dampen the high spirits of Meritt Allen's quintet, Hphogn, as all of the boys call Coach Allen, set out to make a team worthy of merit. Using more definite offensive tactics, the Freeport Majors began a winning streak which lasted five games and one of these wins was over mighty East Rockford, the team which finally tied for the Big 7 Championship. Holding its own for the duration of the first semester, Freeport went into the second semester bolstered by Gerry Dirksen, Merlin "Ding Dongn Belle, Bill Young and Hpappyn Garns. lnto the Regional Tournament as a favorite, the Freeport Majors disappointed no one, maintaining a Tggmg freeport Qpponents Oak park .... . Q6 31 Dubuque .... Q7 LaSalle .-.- 8 Q6 Elgin .,., 35 QO Harlem ....,. 32 31 Dixon ......... Q3 Q1 East Rockford .... Q7 33 East Aurora. . 39 Q3 -1-110+ 48 point average. They defeated Stockton in the finals 40-3T The following week freeport began its Sectional Tournament, won from both Byron and Dixon, and earned the right to meet our "forest Cityn Champs Cbast Rockfordb in the finals. Freeport did lose, but not because they didnft play good ball. from the start to the final whistle, the two squads were neck and neck, with Rockford finally winning QO-19. ln the quarter-finals, we lost our first game which was a disappointment to the fans and the squad, although the win over East Rockford in the consola- tion battle did seem to cover the wound. This victory gave freeport a ranking of one of the twelve best basketball squads in the State and the first time in many years that they have finished so well. The season closed with a victory column of 16 wins and 9 losses. Qur best wishes to the remaining stars for a DWAIN COCK. West Rockford. . , . successful '41-'42 season. 19 LaSalle ......., 8Q Dubuque .... Q7 West Aurora ..., 32 East Rockford .... Q4 Joliet .......... Q9 West Rockford. . . 40 Q6 33 Sterling ....... Dixon ..,.... iw, 2555 A L W Mi xx A K-ig Lv wwf' E W " Q R A 4 ,A:, A nk A ,,.:,,, .Q-' 1 A TR sa H 1- S N ez .,. ' A 4 S M X.,1: , .X 1 . . A - as E : P Ni xl. AL r J, QA, Y' 1 f if si Q K ig X S.: I' i x if .. . . Q .,. KK ff ? ii sg k 1 1 A ,W 1 gy ' N . Y ,... 5 .wg A M X viii WA1g.g,.f Um sy, N " 1 fg kigae QSM. xmas S . : ' ,l , W A M if Fl' i fs ff' F Q f? mm -F QQ 1 - , LL,. W , .. , -": f I V L k 'ae X Lf' ifgfgsfi f 3 1 Q fm. 7- N x.. ,. 4 yi H, , Q 5 ,J 'X Ji 1 ,......I 'A' 'k ir l.ast minute jitters with a dash ol well placed pride triclcled through the Frosh- Soph team as they nervously prepared to talce their initial how on the hardwood stage. The team was inexperienced and small, but, nevertheless, a future varsity in the making. Hard worl4 and grit were the price of admission. The thrill of sportsmanship in a well played game was the show. The timely antics of "Big Rogn Ferguson, dis- appearing pretzels, curly spoons, combined with the unpredictable Lutz lcept the sides ofthe team at the critical state of splitting. At the close of the season, they reluctantly handed in their suits, temporarily bade the hardwood farewell, and prepared to assume the title role of varsity. DOROTHY HILLMAN. 11130- 8. Best ll. Young B, Brown I. Dtnn J Schneider P Euler .-f"' jf A K. Suthrlin xg.-mx .WNNNW -MK J. Lu!! 4. aff. S. fzefaap an Me 1401 Hlrack, track, track the boys are marching." Cinderella among the ashes had nothing on these Hfinder fellas" as they "track on downn to show that town that an l: man can't be beat, Advancing from their childhood games ol follow the leader, these stars lead all followers till their progress is ol the gun they're oll again, puzzling all by-standers by their ability to go round and round without any telling effects on their equilibrium. lnstead of wearing glass slippers in traditional fairy tale style, these cinder treaders emerge from most track meets all tied up with pretty blue ribbons. halted by that cute little white ribbon, and at the sound DQRQU-iy HILLMAN JEAN HARDIE 'RACK SCHEDULE April Q9 ,.,, ,,.. ........ S t erling May 'IO ...,.., District Track Meet at Rockforc April 9 ,..,,....,,. Durand, Forreston, Lena April QQ. ..,..,.., Dubuque May 13 .....,.,...........,........ Dixoi April 15. ,..,., .....,..... E astl2ockFord May 3 . . April '18 ,.,. .. .... .,... J anesville May 62. . 11144 .,,.Clinton, lowa May 'I6-17, . , . . . . , . . . . . , . . .State track mee , . . .West Rockford May Q4 . . Big 8 Conference at West Auror 45 Spain?---M4 Tee party! I Smxlumping Jive! U Qld Glory! ll 6 R H H W acqu te rs What Kime of a man are you'-? 6 6 . . 7f'Spring Fever In the sprung a young man s fencye 11151 Jfancvzfi. a rqwllocycafpfrfi 'ATO the victor go the spoils" and after lour years of Epidemic of class cutting, papers recklessly strewn knee hearty eliort those supreme beings fthe seniors, walk up to deep in the halls, and a horde ol rabid autograph seelfers claim their due rewards in the form of silver cups and gold all of these add up to Polaris Day. "F'Sf JEAN Hx-xieoit DOROTHY HILLMAN 64472 Zifinnezvi---f94f Cup F Honorable Mention General Scholarship .... Constance llgen Beatrice Berg Mildred Popov English .,........,.. Constance llgen Mary Korf Mildred Popov Latin ....,.... Beatrice Berg Mary Korl Sylvia Breed Mathematics ..... Constance llgen Mary Korl ,Allred Green Science ..... Robert Cannon l-larry Cramer Leonard Bastian l-listory, . . Mildred Popov Jean l-lardie Virginia Nickerson French .,.. .lean Collier Jean Malott Loretta Graf Spanish ....,.. Margaret Riordan Mary Zanis Mary Sargent Commercial ..... Jean Schweitzer Marjorie l-lill Dorothy l-lillman Public Speaking. .. l-lome Economics. . . Art .........,....... Vocal Music .,...,.....,.. Band CWoodwind 84 Orchestra fStringsj. Brassl. . , Mechanical Drawing .... Electro Mechanics ..... Maslf and Wig .........,... Catherine Covert Joyce Wahler Jewell Lieber Dorothy Newell Mary Kort Dorothy Newell John Fund William Phillips .Jean Hardie George Green Wanda l-lutmacher Bill Freerlcsen Shirley Morrow l-larry Cramer Marlys Costing Lawrence Poss Lorraine Sanders No cups awarded in Machine Shop, Xllfoodworlc, Athletic, Accompaniment. w'l'l6' lfldora hlutmacher l-larold Leerholl Phyllis Grupe Lillian Peterson Fxllred Green Robert lfngelhart John Haupert . - s Make Eelaewb' Hgouth oi the border dovvn lVlexico Way, The Juniors are talcing us. Gr so they sayin And so the product ol months ol careful planning and hours ol feverish activity is ready for the verdict oi the Ugophisticated Seniorsf, lniluenced, no doubt, by co-chairman, Andy Dennis' three years ol intimate acquaintance with Spanish, the big event vvas Mexican in theme. Sombreros, panchos, and indian rugs galorel While tired school carpenters worked late into the night giving the gym a Spanish accent, the dazed committee members had nightmares chuck lull of slithering dropcords and strolling sombreros. Finally the big night arrived amidst much excitement. As the seniors Htripped the light lantasticl' to the strains ol Jerry Whitlord's orchestra situated on the porch of a genuine Mexican hacienda, the Junior vvorlcmen, vvealc ol baclc and dull oi mind, garnered bits oi praise from all corners lor their pet project. They vverenlt disappointed either, lor as one ol the Hclass ol 'WOM put it.f Hl.ilce it? Boy, it's a hot tamaleln JEAN l-IARDIE. my if W f. X 9 'ff Vs E' EQ 1, D W ws A 'Q Q -Q MN' A ww W' 5 -i X Stk, . P . Q' av-if 41904 Those inimitable wits, those educa- tional experts that dazzle us with their unfailing answers to unansweralole ques- tions .... the faculty. Uwz. Sponfialw MRS. BERT SNOW Secretary ir MR. B. F. SHAFER Superintendent 'A' MR. I.. E. MENSENKAMR Principal 192' ANNA MAE LVONS NAOMI KIDD GEORGE KLGOS Office Assistant Secretary Assistant Principal Nofthwestzrri University University of Iowa, B. S M. A. K --- . . 0m Zzacaflq MARY E. MATHEWSON MERRITT ALLEN RICHARD A, MALONEY Englisli Physical Education General Science Smitli College, A. B. Soutlwern lllinois ieacners' University of Nliclwigan A. E University of Colorado, College, Ed. B. University of Chicago, A. M. University of lovva, M. A. M. A., Graduate Work if iff?-'s fum Q4 Ol ... ARMIN A. IVVXNSKE Social Studies Comeorclia College University ol Cliieago, A. B., M. fx., Graduate Work 'A' BLANC!-lE RQSA Home Ecomomics lowa State College, B, fn. 'k Cl-ii2!STAREi- XXNDFRSON l-lome Economics Northern lllinois State 'leacliers' College, B. E. State College, Fargo, N. D University ol lllinois, Gradu ate Xworlz Um Englislw College of St. Teresa, RETTIE A. I-ICI-IALIS A University ol Nlifisconsin, Graduate Worlc 'A' MARY A. YENERICI-I Freneli and English College of St. Ieresa Illinois State Normal versity, B. of ECI. University ol Wlisconsir Graduate Work if KARL I-I. KUBITZ Instrumental Music Augustana College, A. University oi Wisconsin Graduate Work 'A' ERNEST SEEMAN Instrumental Music U B I Illinois Wesleyan University Bach. of Mus. Ed. EDGAR P. HOF? THOMAS C. MQERS ALMA K. RUCKH2 Home Economics and Clietnistry and General pliysics Science University ol illinois, B, S. Director of Cafeteria Cornell College, A. 3. Dartmouth College, M. S. illinois State Normal U. C. l.. A., Graduate Work University Special Home Economic University ol Wisconsin State Agricultural College of Colorado 'E '12 HAROLD BITTING Social Studies Parsons College, A. B. University of lowa, M. HQWARD A. XWEBER History and Athletics University olNlicl1igan, A. Bi, M. A. AM RALPH ENSTROM public Speaking and Debate Augustana College Qgoutlw Dalcotab, A. B. University ol lovva, M. A. 'A' BESSIE K. CARNAHAN Latin ancl Englislw University of Wisconsin, A. B., Graduate Wforlt ir KATHARINE A. HUTCHINS lfnglisli University of Illinois, A. B. University of Wisconsin University of Chicago, Graduate Worlc -s 129 O 0m Qacullfff RICHARD S, NlCKLfxS XWfooclWorl4ing and Pattern Mal4ing State Teachers, College, Dlatteville, Wisconsin, B. University ol Vfisconsin Stout Institute 'A' HARRY J KRUSE Machine Shop University oi Wisconsin B, S, B. E, 'A' CLARA E GRAMSE Commercial Whitewater College, B. E, University oi lovva, Greclti ate Worlq 'lr EMILY WENDT Vocal Music American Conservatory oi Music Northwestern University, Bach. of Mus Etl if LQUISF B, HASELTON Vocal Music Northern illinois State Teachers' College University ol illinois, B. S. CAPOLVN P, MUSSER Erwlisli Beloit College, B, A. Columbia University Llnivmsity ol Xllfiscoiieii Graduate Vforl CAMILLE MEARS Engliulw Univorsity ol llliiiois, A Uiwiveifify of lowa Gradu- f ate Work REUBEN A. BALlMGAR'ilXll1i2 Matlwematics University of lllimois A, B., M. A. Univvrsity of lowa XXfll.l.AlQD C RUBENDALL Matlwmatics Illinois College, A. B. Umiversity ol lllimois, N.. A 'X :ff f Um Wwallfff BQVD M. GARNS THEODORE A. KQSCHLER RUTH ANN RIEGEL Manual Arts Electrical Work ancl Radio plwysical Education State Teachers' College, Bradley Teclw., B, S. University ol Iowa, B, A. Platteville, Wisconsin lovva State College L 7 Q JQHN R. BERNER l'listory and Atliletics University of lllinois, B. S. Ed. University ol California, Graduate Worlr 'A' ARTHUR S. PA K Commercial an , tliletics Wliitevva r ate leacliers Coll ge, . Unlviii of lovva, M. A. Q if MABEL l. BOWERS Latin University ol Kansas, A. B. University ol Wisconsin, lvl. A. American Academy in Rome Graduate Work i' JEANNETTE LLOYD Speecli and Dramatics Frances Slwimer Sclnool for Girls University of lovva, A. B. Graduate Work 'k FERNE KU!-ILEMEYER Mathematics University ol lllinois, A. B., M. S. University ol lovva qiwlb !tf,f,L!1fwwi71f f 4 Um l3Ull-l E. BARTUSKA Arts and Crafts Art Institute of Chicago University ol Chicago, B. A. E 'A' M. A. BLACKWQCDD Art Chicago Art lnstitute Aiidohon Tyler School ol Art 'lr MARY C MARTIN Mathematics Knox College, B. S. Colunilnia University, Nl. A, i' DORQTHEA SCHMIDT French and Spanish University ol Wisconsin, A. B. Midclleloury College, lVl. A McGill University Cofumbid University LEVCDN A. Sl-IUNK English lllinois College, A. B. , M. A. f ,MM HELEN BARCL V English Deen ol Girls Vfestern lllinois State Teachers, College, B. E. University ol low-a, M. A Northwestern University, Graduate Xxffork THQMAS G. SPRING Biologv Kansas State, B. S. 3 University ol Qlclahoma, M. S. Um Qaawlbf EDiTi-l LYLE BEfXll2lCE LEMON MARGARET E, Home Economies Commercial Librarian DAVENPQPT iowa State College, B. S. State Teachers' College, Western Qeserve University Maryville' Missouri' B' S' University ol Wisconsin, Columbia University, lVl. A. Library School in V 6 I 4: Um Gwiiacfaum P. Rehfeldt J. P, Zvveifel Mrs. W. Diddens J. lmmng H. Wiruter X, , 1' I' ,-,, ',,.' lf' -f x 4. ' W N X hm ' , ' ? Q ' xx" P X , A YX 'K , kj, V V ' X ,Q RQ V3 1fv ' ff'f'f ffwgf , 4 Wwf'i5F I XX M I ..-Q1l.fg9tJr . E x Axis- A L' ' vw- Yi'l"3..Q'M'L.4 x My +-M 11. f ' 'K QWMLL ,f,d,pT4 Q JC I J ,,4'f' Q 57? fwifffbbfw f 7-fa ,Q fvf M ' W wfgpiiwy ' M522 MMM? XV fy!-D . ,T I, V V. V fujkaalaoqaama 'X?9!,? Wwwxifmff if ff- - ,, MQ f v var-My A MW W9 QA fy WML f ,WWQV QAM f Jigwfq 1 'gj ,W - , xx - ' . ' -. 3,141 1 ww M lx if ,f f'?Q.'-'H K' 'h ' WML-Wx - X ' Y- A UI it l - A 6 , Q3 . H - , . , - . - 3 , 32 Q iii fkfff 5323? :iii fffigib fifkiw ii Q22 MWMPMDWX flu bfamfiik A ' X wwf MQZTZ 'P D5 ,Q . fnvcwuigfy uf 'ffLf'V UU' 1 d Q s , . L X . N ,, n IQ. ' U ff x 5 K 'Q-5 Ku . xffgrof I 5 , j Q A Www I we, YLNL, rg! Af 2 5 Q ' Q H. feffx ff ,a -0 if L,A,,wU wif 1 , ' if ,ESA 1 3 if fffff :ff ' fl ff W , ' . 1,7 J U 5 ! p i I ,V V ah K ,A M, Ji W7LM,f , ,f M1 V M pf ff LJ. f WW Up 2'C'M7MX3'ty will Wm L.,.,.v1-cya! K MHZ? Ykgfjfpf, Wg 91' 1, H099 Y Sf, 1 Wm Sf f TVA VX M BY! Q M fi? QKQSQV V X L , 1i',f ,X 52 , - ' L NN iffy ! I, J xx E' - ' ' Ny , ,, -X-,M ,g fx AH," X , f J dj , SL b NN fl 4 -2 b , f I 1 ' +"i'yJ!i35 Vi H' ik """""' 45' aw f?fff4 www ON if N M 'W' 'wa' Kay W i we PYZW ff ' 'JL - . if gil? ' . CQWWMMM , 'dj' , i M I t - NX D V , W Q A 'K I l zf M- x"X1'L55' - ' jg i , , I V-ff! ' ff' 'V" It fx f77Q.f0lJ"x ,l ff uf ,. S NX XJ 'Z J V' t MDW, ww-1 lsMJ2L4ii2JW'YM"'L1 ,V - X f' A V A X2 f , , rf If I Q? ,,,.,- Q my Olaf! , Q 4,LtW , I, ,A , -, my FZQX ,V my 6 W CK wx 'ty JWQg Q,3?W X F JP F X ' lA WCS' ' mmm Sw .. ' E V- -, - ,Y" Raellogaaau a M 1. A4 f W fy if M W ff jjj, ix ' V ' I. '1 ' . f I. 'M Wwmw 4 Www ' ' , NH K' 1 , ,,, I . If ,W M Oy QW WM , Q ' X Kwik, n DO. . ' i 0 jf wQ,e,.U SN lb U W WWQK 'f"'T," Wmwwffamjm fag Wiww will tif? if U21 JM! . 6, A . ' Fi-v "' - f, 1 . u V f -W. -- ,',,f v - V - .W . v - , L, , - .K , 5 ,l ., -f sv - f A V- V, Y K. , ,, , P' LM.-EM.. .. w,.f. 1 .. , . ., NAA' 'a f?Qa.e Q faffffiif aff a If I f 1-4fLvC4 , ' .gl rf' A iii' V fic, In nl' A , 1 4 A f 4, RA a. V, fag? YQ fy A y . r I 'A Q Q rp: , 1 - Wim" do C r r JM 4 -gg '- A A . -1 Printiq EnggJging4...a .... 'gl' 1 pei- ..5.,.,.Wagner Printing Company H , A p , . :-hdfanapolis Engraving Company 5 L Cover. ,,'. . . .... Q uma .gimaiaay Plant y ' , V f."'A :nv ' A A 'H A ' 1 3' -' , V ,K Q i.Cover ,,r.igg,g..: ........... 9 ..... I4 4 Jewel Lieber ' me 2 UPHQKQQ ' art wqrfz, 1 . '. . Af: ..... .r .... the POIQNQ Staff ' 6 rp 1 Photograoifyg . . . 1. . . f. . .... ..... Mr. CarlbDavis XA ' A , P T , Undgiclass groups, chorus ...... -4 ..... .... Q . . . Mr. E. R. Hoff A ,En5'bf8tq'3nzs. ,..,,f. . .A ........ r ....... . . Ag .... . .Rodney Camera Shop P 1 ' X Q f ' r f Q 1 ' '55 ,. f a aan r a 1 Jr o - .. 5 ye .k jp' ' 1- 5,5 ' ' r y fn 41 5 a' a ' U .A J X jf., 45 Shia.. ' K A , ' . -2- '25 , -if 'I n U ' Y ' - K L, .Lf VV" . 0 . ' + ,W4 A, -Ni' , I e , A e Allq 7 1 j,?L,.,?grl: 1 H a ff-wif .v 1 ' a r y ffbgffwraa 5 Maggy M AMA 5 X 91' J f f 'f bmi- fgjL ,,1f Hxfzx 42,W Q35 ,, Q1 wfif -if .1 , 'Q MH? X H My ,, " fffb ev!! 'D .K Q 'V KQJWIUV S M23 K , 'fx W Qfgffv' QWW W' wwf E a 1 5 i E Z i 5 E 1 1 E 4 E Q E i i P E H Y I I i 5 2 i 1 i S E l I Q 2 , 5 F E x . Q Q , a Q l , 3 I 1 J 5 2 Z 5 5 v p i q e 5 L S r R E i 5 s E i . Q E I' A 3 r 5 E E E' x f I I I I i I I I I I i I I I I I I I I I I .x,:p -In-use ,guna-m..1.:m.u'.g.' -g-- :man-:rumen-naznnuarviylrwwfrarrvirn tfiiaunwrfi. :mm .QEILHLL-:lit . .ilrxkiillallill ' .1


Suggestions in the Freeport High School - Polaris Yearbook (Freeport, IL) collection:

Freeport High School - Polaris Yearbook (Freeport, IL) online yearbook collection, 1938 Edition, Page 1

1938

Freeport High School - Polaris Yearbook (Freeport, IL) online yearbook collection, 1939 Edition, Page 1

1939

Freeport High School - Polaris Yearbook (Freeport, IL) online yearbook collection, 1940 Edition, Page 1

1940

Freeport High School - Polaris Yearbook (Freeport, IL) online yearbook collection, 1942 Edition, Page 1

1942

Freeport High School - Polaris Yearbook (Freeport, IL) online yearbook collection, 1944 Edition, Page 1

1944

Freeport High School - Polaris Yearbook (Freeport, IL) online yearbook collection, 1945 Edition, Page 1

1945

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.