Freeport High School - Polaris Yearbook (Freeport, IL)

 - Class of 1942

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Al, f 4-Q' Qhj X ' Qvptwfiv' , f-f':C., 7 txt , A ' X, F- ' J! . 655721 ,Cf L,',1fKfLi,J J,,.,f, ,,M QL. . 71156 L - - ' -- ' 7 'M ,. f L iff 5,4 6 N, c 1, It f , fl 'K ' Wg r "M rf' ,I W 'Fez EW W JD.. ' fy,,,,,, W ' rv I Mm ' 1942 3 I 9 Alma Kruse Rucker licttcr homes and gardens MRS. RUCKER . Head of the commissary. instructrcss in calorie countin'and cuisine econ-N only. concocting - genius of fancy food-stuffs . . . a woman of ideas and ideals . . "lVlater Alma" to us all. MR. KLOOS . . Wfatclmer of the ways and means, master of double entry, official ducat-doler, dcan of boys. top trouble- shooter, fixcr-upper. and adviser-general, but, most of all. n good friend and a fine man to know . . It's right here in the books . . 'ikguln-viii George Raymond Kloos 4. 4.1.5. Nucleus of all high school spirit, nerve-center of sage savants and scatter-brain scholars, and train- ing-ground for shrewd, scrappy sportsmen. . ,H 5" 1 Q4 7, -vfg,4'.:u'S,QIjxQ?f"1j'M- u gli 4 ' ,X , . ,F"""' - U 1: - 'f 2. ,r 'iff ,Q Aff' Journey's end . . Winterset vii wr ,' .4 ' . , , 4 W TWH. A 1 TM Q rrimiifj N3- If M - - N L J, ,. M ig ff ,ff X If fm N 'Q' Y -Sf, gf, 'W f, ' 1 ' C-1.35, A1 ?,," ,Q f V5-'A T if if 'xx , r :ij I1 r eibk, e L, A it ,V If A ,MA 2' K X 'M 9., ' 4 if ff, i f' if ,JA f W '. i E fy Af. in M 5 4 . . Poplar row . . All quiet on the western front On these pages we have assembled what we judge to be the high lights and the low down on Freeport High School. We hope our pictures and patter will bring you a flashback of the school year and a memory book of 1942. the Editors. Clubs if X Seolfiang Faculty . . . . . Whiz Wits Underclassmen . . . . Should Dois . . . .Would Do's . . Loyal fClisJOrders Seniors Activities . . . . Could Do's . . . Did's C ....Fifr-h Athletics . y our Week flingsl . . . Brawn Boys 11 A191112 Dear Teachers, Without coercion, without threats, without fear of demerits, we undertake this bit of appre- ciation for four C .... four and a half ?? .... five ?? .... D years of fun, fellowship, . and FUNDAMENTALS. Your DEAR Seniors. 4 . , Q 12 L, ,, gHauuk4l.tm,.1un.i..J...1..,t..i,4,,1 njLuiwu1,1,,mr... ..:....4.u1f-nr:... ,L .Mar A n.....m..n Q.-.1-in J .--u:.,..x.m.sJ.....u.: - annum-.muugiaawiig-.ni1gmm9..mw.ma2p,1 . 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HSN? granrllxau- sunk A ' swcciilitiiw fm usual cziiiwcs fm' his lzaizik Vwhiltuii cxphiiis. "VW h" hiuwfticj spcmls his spgm' timc sl . , , . . Thi' Vciiskcfciiskc faculty duo uri: milcflgidics Ivlurphy amd Aiimhisuii. ' ' suis his dismiicc mvii 1111 their trail to A1LlgIIDClXf thu U'.lCkSfCI'5q piicc ..,. Fcw im' the iiuiidiii' iwalculty mcmhcrs, hut fightiiigcst tw our knowledge :irc Miss fStupfzlmlfSliiipj Schmidt amd Miss Bmx'ui's, gastruiioinicgil :md zistmiiimiiiicixl wi:zm1. Rcglsim for lhyir uw1iti'm'ci'sy1' Thu Spamigirds versus thu Rumzms in hgiskcthull .... uXVumly" Fiilkcrsini, ' ' ' A ' thi- pi'ovci'hi4il premium ficc crcami and Qlkuj. iii 1mh'i'tlia1t his Iimiiciwuiii might .uquiu , llbllk llln' IVIN N I'll'.lfY mls of nwncylcmlcr to mnkc wfwilvl x A "' ' I U K .1 IOON IWllI'Cl1llSC ul Sx'.lSU1l iwrlmll tlckuts .... Miss n'R:l11dy" Riugcl likvs tu CIILIIWCTHIIL' cullplcs who usu lam' K :uw Ihr nmunxllglmt CXCLll'Si1H1S un Yclluw Cruck. Ivhylu' slxc iust likus tu ln' in ilu XXIIU mix tlmingsf .... A 'klcfpzlrlyfturcm l1igl1lig5l1tcLl thc C.ll'UCI' ut' fi.llClll.lIUI' Lll11Q.lI'IllUl' upuu wlunu was lwstmvupl, by his Sth l1w111'ful's, .1 cm1glu1m'1'.1thm wt' 111 ut1lc knick kl1.lCkS but also ll traveling cuss. At prcscnt Inc is flltUl'iI1Q tlw Hying Q ulvts .ut S.mt.1 Annu ..,. Mmust dishvzlrtcuiug tu thc luitcrcrs wlwst1'41ll mm thu wiiicv . J LIKE W V,V,,t,1AfLqq 'f K--u iw III Hilaire'- Hlv' Trim- 5221.1 I 71:12, 1 :Xt 'VUL'- r4'f v x rw :-V:u!1s::S- ww. Mx it X! x xluu ' .3 A, . S ,, misru' 3' 4g,."11r, ,, Mrs Iyon's evaLlu4nion: with ar pi'eff41lii'ie4iteLl tale of the reason Hwhyi' is scrutinizing .. , 'ANo Excuse," It doesn't look so convincing on the admit form, does it? . . . We otiten xvoneler whether xinibifdexterous Mr. Kruse is engaged in slumber or attempting to solve the international situation as he shuriles towzird school the morning Lifter "lwurning tlie niidniglit oil." . . . Rumor has it that lyric Louise Hziselton, soloist who uliowls 'ein over," has "liynin" interests in Ivforrison .... Adroit refpgmr-'teeist Richard QSM 'einfupfinftliefnextqilleyj Nlzxloney "putters" around science labs - and golf eourses -.F s QQ My DNV II1 1111I II1 NI'l'lII.lII :111fI I,a111'1 I lllf 1514111111 I11I111l111l1I1III1111 III11 11xII4 I41111 I IlIN1I 111 I 1 '1 111 XIII I1I II II I In-111'1'11I1 I l1IllIl 1111! ".111gI1-VI1 I11II4 1 11I 5-ll,'I'4'1'1'N:1 1II111111 I:1l1'Xsu1'111:1II lllX1'l'NlIj. Ii, ui I',cI, I IIINII 1l111III111111l11 1111I1I1I111111I1 1 -'.1, 1 W1-s!v1'11 In-S1-1'111l'11iu-rsilx I lIIXK'I'HIIf ni' NI in-1111Qi11, I,iI11':11'y S1-I1m1I . . A c1'a1uk 1'1'1I1I1.1gs :1dvc1'sL11'y 411111 crypt11g1'11111 cxpcrt QQ111 Im IIOUIILI 111 thc pc1's1111 of MN M.11I1fw1sc M4111111 who I141s 1111111111't11Ii:cd tu F. I-1.3. studcnts, "S11111ctI1i11g's 1111 IUI1 111 I3u11111.11'I1II '... 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The higgcft laugh uf thc "Stags Dmwi' iimtiiicc calms when thu h.1lff1'a1isud Sccuiidaicl curtain fmxml pmpf crty chcckcrfiippci' Ivirs. Cnriialhaui iiiidfstugic ,... Niiictyfnlugitc wcxithcr finds hud .md hug lwvci' T. U. Spring iii his flivwitc Cfulmudic cmigs ..,. Two had Fridgny is "C 5hsci'wi'u day! "Ci'L1iich'Q J. R. Buriici' is iiiuiiivuiiiciicud cn wut: tw sulwi-l whcii hc smiis his nc3iN5Ul'VCl'n with lwrh eyes on thc maid .... Miss MIJSSLTY rushcd iiitw her !l!LlllI1!, pjivsfipiiig lmwiiiciwwiii um' si-vumli hwui' li' ui . ticallly clapping hui' lialmls lin' uimlvr. In !'k'lllI'll shi' xxuns gitctcul with .1 cliiwrus of A'Dccp in thu Hk'ZlI't uf Tcxnsf' . . . l,1'OIN' mont llllll 1-f w 3 ' ' . 1 , I im tunnis nic l rmcipall hullctiiif li I L swciiscr lvlcnscnkzlmp and his up' ilu m.u'lX wri'ct.ii'y Nmmii Kiilnl .... Um' sciviif' xxwrlx lu iiiiriwln-Q aiml -f 5 lu' i lmiliiib Llmit iistmt thin Iirullxll urms. Huw intricgntc was Miss Mil-l ughis prulwlcm ul' timlin thu lgllllllg C,liuiiiisti'y lluuiiif' Only gililci' :1 clusc sciciitilic Qliiallysis ul' thc sitilutiiwii. Tmlllu lllI'L'L'lill'u Hull luuml thu swlu ' ' ','i I fini 1 w- ii iw we-il. i l,:'cll -wx wlill,-I M r ll I ' ll I, .Q .1 ' i 1 'l llffll i'- E vl',:'I ill. . ii ':'iwi,ill1liu .i. ' 'null ri 'Ui' 1 ,1-rr'-lr ci , l Ulf: iw 1 i vlzwilvim' 4 , 1' ,H il' V' ll 'ffliuvlx' XX4i"li xli,.xm.- i uv iw le -ill lllXvl'l'Nlll all lllxiemr ulxwlwlli ul NN iw-unix, mix:-rsily ol1hlctim.LLl':l1lu:al4-unl'lx X ll. H..",lZlflH2il1'XY1Il'lx iiiutimilcss 'kl'liug" Alluu luriicil iiitiw fx K. lie--wir lx f"il'n'1li1'1 l.:ilm :mil linazluli liniii-1'-eilinl Vi:-5-rmi--iii XI' 4- -V - Ni .eclimlv is url, ,wx W. 2 4 ' I' K s J5-ii .N Tw 1 im nhl- Nlittlc man wlw XVLISIIAY tlmcrcu when tlmc lund "gave outll with nkockfzlflvyc Balwyu tl-sdicutctl to thc ncw zttlalition to thc Allen hnusclmld ..,. Misstts Tickctf1'z1tiuncr Kulxlclncycr and Tl1C1lII'lCLll'CUStUlUlCI' Lyle arc the most: hcrlwivunuus lwcings in tlw gmup. Didnt wc ssc them culling cvcn thc campus dgmdclimms? . . . Stntisticsflnintlctl Sllmlffllllllkllif Patrick was lwldixw at vcr' much uncfsidcd class discussion. Bcwiltlcrctl - . - - .5 3 ,, Q . lwy tlw lvlnnk facts H1 lrnnt ul lnm, he 'cgunc to only whcn unc ut tlwc lwrlglutcr ' lwnkf km-wc1'5'l TCIl1llI'liCLl L.Tl1LltlS in thc ncxt clmutcr!" . . . 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NTW111 111' 11.1111 111 1'111Ag1't 1111' 111s11' .l11k1 111111 1'1'1111x 1'1'x111111X1'x I11 1111' 1'N11111.11111' 1'111'111'11'.111111g 111- 1N11X- 1-111111 11111' 1.1fs 111111 1111- N-1111111 111111111 11'11111111111' .11111 I111' 1'111111'111'1411111' S11l1U1. . . XV1111' 1'y1'11, "Uu1111111t111'11. -11111 X1'1111111x11'111'.11 XX'.1N 1X1144 Vx'1'1111t 1111' 11411' S111' 11411111 .1 1111Qp1.11'111 1111111512 51.1111 1111111w 1111111111111 1111111 11.1fs 111 11'11111' 111 111111 .11111 11.1111 .111.1111 111'1111'1' M155 E11111y'4 x'c11y sys, v.-. llv-- " lx X 1x f .Adi 1!-mx 1 2: Y ll . 1. .,, kl X - i'XxLl12x:zs11,E'pz'1xx Sllufu-'x fnlllsslzs- f'T1111i', ii fi, I lliXK'i'Ni1X ufyULl2l?10I21Q5, X13-1, . . Mr, NLiX'C'XVlI'Cu Hudson was such highfvultgmgc stuff that XX'l'lL'l1 hc left thc tcaulxf mg stuff thruc i11sLr'L1uturs wcrc unllud in tu tukc wwf .... IL sccms that Miss Cf. llmmsc, chicf "l1udgctf1usscr" amd stcnwfrzwhv wruhcicnt Lmd Miss B. Lcuwn, shirt' , s A . 1, , 1 , .nsslstaml typmg lwudgctl-31' amd sl1orth.111d gcmus, hawc Al cmmmm wcalkuuss study hull p1wctm"s pluthmrm pruduccs such uucxpcctcd pxtcipitaxtiulm ..., Ivlistrcss uf' Hitlc1'i.111 " ' ' "i'h. But shc had unc pcrplcxity thc day sums senior iufC1UMl'f cvusorship ls M155 Ycmx L utvuts luckcd her dum: lt was am insidc iulw. 3 CRN Q I 'E N' ff vw L... . X MNN wx x f'x wv""MN M 1 S' fat X fy Q K- , . Q zxlr I"'? iff,-f' ,Q., it x vi J as Mrs. H. L. B ennett ick P010 Zweifel Nlrs. William Iliddens Fred Southw ,E xx wg S.. 5. ni- M Sfnaulcff25ai...'45 Wmfifbal... '44 Gaulcffbai. . . '43 Lilting laughter, the patter of carefree footsteps, voices bursting with cheer and song - - these things you must forsake, dear Children, as you grow into the cloistered life of the study-bent senior . . . and onward into the Great . . . Wide . . . World . . . S . '- 1 1 R 4 xx' Q A it WL x.-,g :.' x 1, s S' gf 3 x is if, 5 if is U cf 4 S an , fy' N., F, M'-.53 3 1 0 ' 'Lb if ' N . rn 1 A, 2 X Vis!! ,Min 0 . .3525 . ,. .,., ,-., .. ,....,.. X A ,4 Alluw ux lu mtrmlzccc OllTSCl'UCSZ VUL' me tllc "Sl1uul4l IME," tlzc class of '45, lllllllgll 7 X I ll 'f smnc nmux' clmrwxe to full us "fresh men." Tiptwciug nluwn tlmc lull, kucpiug wut of tlxu A , V sulliurs' way, guiug into tllc wrong clalssmmus, SllL1LlklCI'lllQ ut il summwns from tlu' cwlllcu cringing lwcllmrm' thc gmc of thc tgglclmcrs, Stllflllg with upcn mouths glml wiplc cycs at mln X. UwllllIlllULlS lmvtlc amd lvustlc of sclwwl activity so go tlw first fnw wccks fm' tlw FHS. KN, Q lmwplxytv. But gliulcd :mul allwttcd by suclm stxllwzlrts as amlvisvrs MQ1x'ti11 :md IULIPVC, wc NX ' rvm'w nur l'.1itl1 in tlmc lwliul' tlmt lifu Cam ln' lx'11Lltil'ul and vntcr iulu tlmc t1'.ulitin11.1l ' A ' W N lX1lw lXl.l1Im, .ulxl-vu "1niswmlL1ct" of mlm frcslmmam .... c1l1lSS l'r'csiLlcnt Ch'cn'g1v Cllmiqllmw, ilu- lmy ul' ilu :-mlllczalxlc lluilgl :mul gmulc A rcpurt czlrnls, did smuu mics l1.1ll'flmclii11g lm' ilu' lrewslm elm of '45 III-D. Bauch, R. Becker, R. Bowers, B. Belk, T. Bordner, V. Bowers, M. Bruce, L. Adamson. II-E. Bishop, I. Bohlin, P. Bruce, L. Boeger, I. Adams, A. Anderson, R. Brown, B. Allen, P. Baird. I-P. Brokhausen, S. Brcdal, D. Arbogast, R. Brobst, D. Brown, K. Boslough, P. Ament. III--C. Cassman, V. Doerr, M. Deaner, J. Clock, C. Dodson, J. Duncan J. Collalti, R. Dietmeier, G. Chiames, A. Clay. II-J. Cooke, D. Carstedt, B. Eggemeier, I. Buskohl, L. Bucher J Chapin, I. Christen, B. Bruckart, B. Dietmeier. I-E. Deike, A. Downing, R. Cummings, F. DuBois, D. Cramer S DiMaggio, B. DeGan, K. Dame. III--P. Dirksen, L. Fishburn, B. Engle, R. Fickert, F. Freerksen, A. Fricke, B. Eklund, E. Enzler. II--M. Frankenfield, A. Fisher, J. Foss, E. Eilders, E. Eilders, B. Dunn, G. Earlenbaugh, J. Frink, S. Fisher. I-AC. Eklund, P. Fischer, J. Erdmier, I. Dyslin, H. Gettemy, D. Frank, J. Franz. III--D. Hatch, D. Grilliot, D. Guhl, H. Haberkamp, E. Heck, J. Greier J. Hartog, G. Gross, H. Hatch. II-V. Gerlich, B. Gilbert, M. Greenlee, N. Heard, L. Hart, D. George B. Guffey, M. Gushart, A. Giesey, J. Finley, N. Flynn. I-J. Graham, L. Hasse, E. Fink, P. Gitz, K. Harrison, R. Grimes D. Grell, A. Georgalas, J. Guhl. soph gridders. In there fighting for Pretzelette honors on Held and hardwood were Speed' ster Dick Grilliot, Sharp-shooter Calvin Wunsch, and the pivoteamates, Don "Don'tf mindfthemfHoney" Hershberger and unsuspecting Howard Hatch .... We hear that Red Fleischer, fresh out of Junior High, is already running circles around his big brother .... It seems that at Logan Street Armory, Betty Lou Rasmussen wins acclaim at basketball oihciatin' .... Such slogans as, "The frosh may be green, but they know enough to vote for Jean" and "Don't be a fool, vote for Guhl!", plus pinched pennies, accumulated hundreds of votes for Carnival King C. Guhl and Queen Jean Madden. . . . Among our "specialty numbers" is Marshall Bruce, who gives out with the hottest Mr. Dupee adviser boogiefwoogie in the high school .... Have you noticed how drumfmajorfconscious and jocund Dan Teare struts down the hall? . . . Miscellaneous musings from incred- ible sources: Bob McGee, when interrogated by Trackfcoach Weber as to how he utilizes his seventh hours, drawled, "Well, ah goes ing ah sits down, an' ah relaxes." . . . Natalie QMercedes Mooj Heard complains, "Brfr-r, 'tis brisk!" . . . In that innof centflooking box labeled "Dangerous," jack "Bugs" Messing was cautiously conveying not a bomb but the lost warftime hour .... Fiddler Phyllis Dirksen's object of devof tion is her dreamfworld idolfistic English teacher fmasculine, at thatlj .... And g coquettes Frances Potter and Neysa Kirchberg will tell, from personal experiences, how George Chxames, president III-T. Jordan, D. Herbig, D. Hershberger, D. Henke, R. Kaney, Hill G. Janicke. II-A. Ilgen, S. Hribal, G. Hill, J. Hermsmeier, L. Held, J. Hird, J Kaufman, J. Johnson. I-R. Klaus, P. Kutzke, J. Heilman, B. Howard, L. Johnson, V. Hyle III--B. Kimes, Koeller, R. Klipping, T. Kerr, J. Lawver, V. Lopez, B. Lorey, K. Lang. II-J. Koym, B. Lower, E. Loewe, N. Kirchberg, A. Love, M. Leckingf ton, C. Knotts, J. Kruse, B. Klosa. I-B. Knipschild, D. Levin, P. King, L. Lamm, R. Ketelhut. III-R. Lutz, E. Maurer, R. McGee, W. McMillen, E. McGee, B. McPherson, B. Manthei. II-A. Miller, S. Mayer, J. Metz, M. Michael, E. McGee, C. Lenoire, J. Mellnick, J. Madden, R. Meyers. I-D. McCool, P. Meyers, D. Miller, E. Meyer, R. Ludolph, V. Marsh, J. Messing, L. Mathiot. III-R. Monigold, B. Moogk, W. Moore, M. Pettepiece, B. Morrow, G. Oberhart. II-M. Palmer, M. Pierce, L. Ousley, A. North, M. Oswalt, V. Pepperf man, N. Phillips, R. Nesemeyer. I--J. Myers, S. Pash, S. Penticoff, B. Olson, J. Parriott, E. Miller. Elma of '45 to make flirtatious flings at hook reporting for this sarnc uplirascologistf' . . . Quick' calculator Billy Ivloogk contrihutcs to thc cafeteria cashicr's cash so corrcctly that it allcviatcs her rushfliour count .... And how can thc cafctcria hrcak cvcn wlicn slircwtlfhargaining Carl Dame convinccs thc controllcr of thc currcncy that hc has only thrcc ccnts worth of soup? . . . In linc with thc conscrvation of vital lnatcrials, fnturc volt Pro Lyman Fishhurn advocatcd saving shoc lcathcr hy rollcrfskating or 'littlcfrcclf l:N1LlQOl1'l1l0'.l through thc hallowed halls of F. H. S .... A strange happcnstancc: In c 5 scicncc class Don Kraft and Rohcrt Sticklc sccin to vie with cach othcr lor thc scat ol honor hcsiclc a ccrtain senior girl .... Lcnorc Stavcr's scniorfprolnotccl rcducing prof il I re. , yn ., 2 i A ' ""f 4 ,I J '43, i , t if '4 fir: 1 1111 t.111N1N 1111 t11 t1.1111p t11 sQh1111l 111111'11111g :1ftur111111'11i11Q. Nttl1'iI.li7iI f'111'111i111f 1'11't ll l111111'1"' i'h11t11g1 pl it fit h P11 piiti I l N It 1111 hi .M 5 , . . , X '.1 tl 'f .1 s .s1 'A cs 1i 11:11 A 's p1'1's1111a1lly I1it'kc1l pit'tL11'1 . Th1'1'1-, i111 1, 19 V.1l1'1'i.1 Vfiru, ll very ti1't1'r111ii1Utl ytlllllg w11111.111, xx'h11 puts hci' 1'1111t 111 M11 11t'tt'11 .1111l 11.1111 1111 11th1'r 11t'11plt"s ivvvt .... Pity Patty Smith 111 hui' 111'1's1'11t p11'th1'.11111'11t wl11t1l1 kvvps hui' 111 c1111st11i1t itt'11ti1111 ,... Thu "I11ti111'111g1ti1111 l'l1x1s1"' rx p11'ts, 1111'1'1'y M.11'1I1111 I71'.1111'r .mtl Cihliftx "C111'11" C11fs111z111, XX't'I't' sccii t1titltllcti t11Q1'th11 1h.11111i11g" gwvipy hits ut' 111'xx's .... U1'111'g1' ALira111ti t'1'h'hi'.lt13ti his lust hii'thtl.1y hx 1'iv111g .111 111vt'1'tt'tl h.1ptif111 .tpplitml hy uhliging h.111tl l1lt'llliR'l'S at Al 111'.11'fl1y w.1tt 11111111 .... CTl.11'i111'ti4t H.11'11l1l NVittt' sut his chin S11 rt's11l11tcly ht' l11ckt'tl his ww 11t tht 61644 af '45 -E. Rc-ss, W. Rosenstiel, A. Rampenthal, J. Sanders, B. Schirmer, J. Powers, L. Schwitz. -J. Rowen, C. Reining, L. Schmitt, R. S.axby, R. Rosenstiel, P. Ross, G. Scheffner, F. Potter, J. Rideout, M. Perkins. -V. Polhill, N. Sager, H. Schopf, B. Ruthe, R. Sandmeier, R. Richart. III-B. Stake, C. Stenzhorn, H. Springer, R. Sandstrom, D. Shaw, K Smith, B. Heck, B. Snook. A II-L. Sicher, L. Staver, J. Stearns, J. Stearns, N. Sorn, N. Rutter P . Smith, M. Seitz. I-K. Shay, L. Smith, L. Steele, K. Scudder, J. Sokup, A. Seaman 9 J. Stees. MU. Thurmon, D. Scofield, J. Trevillian, D. Sturtevant, H. Stro hecker, J. Sturtevant, D. Teare, L. Thompson. -J. Stimpert, A. Trepus, E. Thiel, M. Strohecker, D. Shivers, B Thruman, J. Tippetts, V. Stewart, E. Stukenberg, S. Strobel, B Tiffr. -D. Stephens, R. Stickle, J. Thompson, D. Timms, B. Fricke, B Tilkemier, R. Swartz. III- II-- J. Shuey, J. Winter, C. Wunsch, J. Sward. lin, P. Wichman, G. Wienand, B. Young, B. Wolfram. I-W. Veer, S. Vrtol, J. Stephenson, H. Zartman, R. Young, J. Wheat, J. Vaupel. Natalie Heard. vice-president band concert. A "Witte" witticism, don't you think? . . . Draftees Elton "Horny" Miller, Jim Wheat, and Bob Anderson more than earn their weekly pittance catering to the cafeteria whims of upper OJ classmen .... It is unbelievable, but there sits Roland Nunemacher establishing a new record. He is in the same class for the fourth consecutive day!! . . . "Dashing" Fabricatorfof-fables Ernie McGee keeps things buzz' ing with his continuous underfcover classroom comments. 1 . . Master of Chancefry was Bob Young when he drew the lucky "lots" for the magazine girls .... If only Majorette Gloria Hill would pick menfy friends with mathematical minds! .... Percussionfpounder Ted Jacobs takes advantage of band-hour pauses for his own per' D. Witt, L. Voss, H. Witte, D. Wardell, D. Yoder, W. Wohlford, M. Whitacre, N. Wolfe, V. Vore, L. Young, E. Uden, E. Wachf sonal practice session .... Canny Kenny Smith must have unearthed a matrimonial' minded bookfmerchant. He was ready to turn over a new leaf fin his iirstfhand lit bookj when the portrait of a beautiful girl popped up .... Charlie horse-man Joe Graham's bookfwielding friends attempted to spank his misbehaving muscles into sub' mission .... No one says "Knotts" when Carol suggests jolly jinglefbell parties. . . . Prophetic Oldftimer Rog Kaney crowds his "educated bum" ideas upon A1 Mayer. The latter meanwhile emphatically draws up verbal lesson plans for science classes. . . . Every time we see Ken Boswell turtlefnecked into his red sweater, we wonder L I H whether he has a retractable thinking gear .... In his take-off on tobaccofauctioneers, 015 aft, SECl'9t3l'y'tl'C3.SUl'8l' III-R. Stoner, L. Sutterlin, D. Kiefer, M. Norman, S. Bruce, M. Jessup II-D. Ilgen, M. Metz, S. Kronberg, B. Martin, M. Meile, R. Mulnix N. Shewman. I-F. Bose, R. Steinestel, R. Chapman, J. Griffin, B. Morton, A Erdmier. III-C. Bender, D. Symanek, B. Fleischer, J. Lubenow, H. Slaght, R. Vohlken, L. Weckerly, G. Aurand, F. Toelle. II-M. Kuhn, A. DeGan, M. Morrow, M. Stearns, B. Loewe, D. Holf tum, J. Springer, B. Rasmussen, A. Luedeking, E. Spliethoff. I-M. Taylor, G. Dorst, J. Holtum, R. Leopold, E. Fox, J. Dreyer, R. Finkboner, R. Anderson. III-D. Wales, L. Fouke, F. Keller, F. Meier, R. Schoefller, M. Koon. II-W. Entmeier, J. Entmeier, D. Thruman, D. Roemer, D. Knodle B. Ruttman, M. Zimmerman, S. Harbsmeier, B. Harrell, J. Moenl I-K. Thruman, J. Bunnell, B. Johnson, B. Kracht, W. Cooper, C Schoeffer, R. Pals. III-M. Johnson, M. Lower, J. Lursen, S. Johnson, D. Long, P. Winter, J. Lapp. II-D. Kuhlman, T. Jacobs, H. Wyman, E. Lyon, R. Meyers, K. Ear- I nest, R. Timmer. -D. Euler, A. Snyder, S. Tobin, P. Clark, I. Dir, R. Smith. elm of '45 +f 'iti 'lllllfillff 'incl ffyrxiting Bob Ulson worrics innoccnt onloolccrs into 21 scurcli for ll stmii wks L h ' H jgiclact .... uFiI'Cl7Llg.l Dick Crcnicr spccizilizcs in "hot footing l- pan'ticnl.n'ly in tlic cgisc of ,lanncs UClrcctingsfzindfsolicitatinuns'fromftlicffrcslwinainfclaxssl' Sginclcrs .... Bill KI'LlCl1fqS clnrcfdcvil clash at tlic cnd of tcntli hour gunranitccs his zilwscncc liroin tlic Ug11'ns' punitivc postfpcriod Npzlrticsf' . . . lnconiplctc would lic our czmiloguc of W " ' ' ' ' ' ' l 1t.1sti'owliic li"tf".r 'onlusions and CLJl11lWl1LiltiO1l: witliout rccording tlic nczir y ci I is yci L WL1llSCll'clUSlCy' controvcrsy. Uh, no! Cul has "Easccl" ovcr to licr sidcwalk now, and .ill's wi-ll iiWLlI1SCllqN again! L. if-"X G T Z1 XX il. v L we I ' X.. LQ -fn Aw' .fl "' A 3 , 0 as ,E N9 S . .Us A' I 4. QQ., .9 S 1 FZ Q2 Q I Q 2 U Av' sy 'ixxa xQ1 'sf fl fx J, 5 fr" E in W ., Y' ,. E g 1 I if - , 1 D' ...NN . L, . f lx ' ' " '-Qtr ' 5 'j IW'-f,,.,g. iw.-1 Fii, 'Q 5 r""Q S .Q L, Q ,-. -gif, "Q Q , WL . K 11,13-K,,iSQ51 ,v. ff , .V ,hy , ...gf Ts ff' 'Q im, Q' V 'TH SS wx K . 3 , F' aw Q. A 1 XX X M Allfllflz, Llzc jg Slllll lllllllllll und, thc glmnl, llzc glmmzcx fcclmg of lnfmg Ll "XVoulcl Do" frvzm' lmlurlllinlx' nj thu frcvlmzlll " ,vmul the b ., 1 yum: ,... Only for the l'L'COI'Ll, mln wc lwlcasc Nllfll llmtilmmtv l11tim.1t14ms illl mrur iLliwsyI1cl':ltic past .... LCS l3zlylc11', posscssur uf ll lwcllligwly IWL'l'Vk'I'SL' pul11p.ulm11', is Irving fm' '1 V' " ' llll lwmu I I A . llltillty Fllllllf hc ll N A lwlwy plus, . , , "l'4n'k ' ' A ' ' l very wull with stun ' ' ' ms: shv lwulllw .Ill .lllllu " ' " .lm 51:0 hgmpl Ll lxplml dum tu luck ul cxpamsc .,.. WC Llll1..lL'l'Sfllllkl tlmt Truth .xml Chnm'q11v11QusM rcsultuul in ll "pmp4ws4ll" in Mr. Bc1'nur's fllll'Ql'lll1Lll' stlmry ul.nss. Auyllmmg uvur mum' ut' itl' . . . Ellicicncyfcxpclt llnmu Hcitzmzm was LlI'.ll,lVLl In In-rlRn'u1 that dl-liglmrful "l Ll A . ' Q ' ill I l1'l T111 Q J L1t3 lt tlu 11 .l l. Ll umccrt umm llllllllllhlllg .... XVK' xvwmlcs' what thvr: is Ill'WUl1t 'kThc Clmrgc of the Light linlmull-'A that L'.lllSL'5 Tlll Smith such pmllunlml gunusx ' X ' ' LINLIH. HL llCVCI'I'L'C1fCS 4 'gut' for his supply ll Il-mlm xx'.1411t 4llllCLN Ll l 4 l'!C lmuwn as V-tl I lN4issl.L'lmu1 lt Xxl .lllll Aldxhcl, Nu Q? li W l A- ,apr beaming as he utters the gory details of "Into the valley of death rode the six hundred." . . . Jeanfne uwithftheflight-brown braids" Pollock fell hard for band when she failed to "note" that she had no chair .... "Sharpfwitted" Don Kieckhaefer got the "point" when Disciplinarian Baumgartner told him to get back to the old "grind" . . . The crash of '29 seems mild compared to the downfall of Bobbie Malott as her junior "sus- tainer" collapsed under his piggyfback burden. The afterfeffects were two skinned knees, a sprained toe, and -- another more successful attempt .... We wonder what incentive prompted Trumpeteer Marcella Spahr to obtain employment at a downtown sandwich shop? Could the proximity of the Patio Theater ushers have been the cause? . . . Jack "Didfyoufbring-yourftentfalong?" Neely exercises his already overworked lungs by filling in the gaps in band with unintelligible chatter .... Dictionaire Alice Mzdlzggck' III--R. Bergemann, W. Vick, L. Baylor, G. Bennett, R. Banks, P. Bamberg. II-J. Bennett, M. Adams, M. Adams, M. Bastian, B. Behrend, C. Boswell, J. Abels, G. Atkins. I-J. Anderson, C. Albert, K. Bing, E. Berends, A. Armagost, D. Best. III--D. Dean, B. Brau, D. Dahm, B. Atherton, L. Brubaker, M. Brown K. Breymann. II--A. Boughton, J. Cooper, G. DeVore, H. Chiames, L. Dickinson G. Chiames, P. Brubaker, I. Deemer, H. Crabtree. I-D. Brokhausen, H. Dixon, F. Corran, B. Cline, J. Deery, L. Condit B. Ditzler. III--D. Falk, L. Eastman, J. Engle, B. Farnham, R. Dumpman, H. Fluechtling, D. Ferguson, F. Euler. II-N. Finkboner, D. Finkbeiner, A. Epping, B. Entmeier, R. Dunseth, D. Fierheller, S. Feiler, M. Fairbairn. I-D. Erdmier, F. Donner, R. Donahue, R. Fechter, J. Ewing, E. 61644 '44 ew of '44 III--L. Graff, V. Griffo, V. Forrester, -I. Heitzman, J. Heimbuch. II--S. Fritzenmeier, R. Geiser, L. Geiser, M. Gray, D. Fouke, j. Heitz' man. I---J. Gallagher, H. Gabel, D. Griswold, F. Henry. III'-C. Hornbogen, R. Kilker, M. Howard, N. Hutmacher, D. Kehr M. Hubbard, A. Kauffman, G. Hoffman. IIAAW. Hildebrandt, I. James, C. Horan, P. Johnson, D. Higley, R Kaiser, L. Katsufru. I-D. Jacobs, V. Hoffman, F. Hutcherson, D. Holdeman, R. Ifert. III--YD. Kieckhaefer, M. Krogull, H. Hcsking, T. Labinski, J. Krueger, D. Knauif, S. Koehler, J. Kloster, D. Freidag. II-B. Kirchberg, D. Kuhlemeier, B. Halstead, L. Henry, B. Kracht, V. Keister, M. Kurth, V. Krueger. Ir D. Kuhn, H. Knicely, L. Koester, W. Kessinger, C. Kunkle, R. Kish, J. Koch, D. Kurtz. Boughton surprised her homeroom colleagues by almost spoiling their well-planned prank, which was an attempt to remain speechless throughout one of their perturbing protective homeroom periods. She saved the day by exclaiming in the midst of her discussion, "Oh, I forgot, I don't know." . . . We dub John "I-skippedfa-measure" Reining the Florence Nightingale of the band because he so skillfully tends our sleeping maestro .... Because of faulty breathing, Oratress Mary Lindgren found the horif zontal pose-with a dictionary added here and there-to be a helpful but uncomfortable state in which to recite poetry .... Dramatic Donna "Rusty" Fierheller learned, the hard way, that declaiming is accomplished through an open mouth. She now "sticks" to business .... Opportunityfwise Don Griswold, believing G. P. in music stands for Good Player, never fails to "horn" in on the "rest." . . . The Womelsdorf twins have Joyce Heitzman president -mas.. Ji f. 3 T Y' ' "ilk ' 1,7 2 fl f-ll 9 e i if strange pastimes. juyee's is practicing printing for frmothzill with the door its suhstitiite. She ezm kick through it in three strokes now. joziifs is culling people :wld names. Fur iiistamee, she eaills Iris james "Tulip" It must he the puetess in her .... Tw ride iii CThumpioufheekler Frank Dounefs riimhliiig ruiifxihout, one must ohtziin priority ratings from Mzirilou "Donald Nelson" Deaiier .... Gene Bennett, iiiziiiizfs alittle" hwy, dues his wise "cracking" with aiiitwmuhiles. . . Bill Ditzler has the misguided euiieeptioii that gi Alled Twp" is 21 redfheaded girl .... Audrey llWell, shutfmuhfmrauth" Petersrm Hi ' l fl elICl1CI'Uf the hzmd. fFur elenioiistiiitioii see lhetej . . . "Y4mi1're tellin' ' l mumlfthefhusli girl, is the rw ein y 'J ' " ' ' N S l l 's known :is the Soph s weaitfzm . f. k l Llie tellin me Ium mitii l rt is 'i mister mind rw me, it L ye E ' ' ' N' l ' swiior frirls' suplwiiiore sweet men , e . .. T. . f . . . Sllllly Jim Amleisuii, tie L S ' ' ' "A "'JU'n1ild'ilt'IllC. Reek is elm drum rhythm fsnys Llr. Kllblfll .... 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Fear does strange things to Carol Richards, who was so scared when she tried out for chorus that she hit high C and became a first soprano .... Don Brockhausen no longer has any extra spending money. Mr. Kloos has outlawed pennyfpitching as a homeroom pastime .... And then there was Marian Rees, who snatched from her locker the wrong sack and had a tasty bit of yard goods, thread, and tapefmeasure for lunch .... Daniel Cuthbert Ferguson has a strange attraction for makeup artists among the upperclass girls-"Oh, Vicgpresident Phyllis Popkes, III-W. Meck, W. Love, B. Lindsey, J. Leinbach, R. Paugel, L. Liebers. II-R. Locher, M. Lindgren, J. Lieber, D. Longamore, D. Metz, D. Marsh, M. Larson, B. Malott. I-R. Liscom, B. Leeman, G. Mathews, M. McLeRoy, M. Marcum, D. Lighthall. III-J. Neely, P. Muench, R. Mickle, M. North, T. Pfisterer, G. Palmer, J. Packard. II-J. Morrow, A. Mueller, E. Nample, I. Meyer, D. Noeske, A. Peterson, A. Poggenklass, J. Porth. I-E. Miller, D. Nelson, L. Miller, J. Nelson, L. Loewe, L. Miller, P. Ortscheid. III-J. Reining, A. Schad, J. Sargent, J. Rush, W. Reck. Il-V. Phillips, C. Richards, D. Phillips, J. Pollock, K. Riedi, V Rafferty, P. Popkes, N. Ryan. I-M. Rees, L. Richter, J. Randall, D. Moore, J. Pizzoloto, K. Pierce Elma of '44 ez.-M of '44 III-B. Rund, J. Shoemaker, M. Schopf, B. Sowers, L. Snyder, T. Smith A. Siemens, C. Springer. II-L. Siegmeier, L. Scofield, B. Schroeder, M. Spahr, C. Short, J. Smith, J. Schneider, V. Schunk, M. Schweder, E. Seely. I-J. Sheetz, J. Skeel, S. Schrader, L. Sorn. III-N. Wahler, B. Stewart, F. VanGinkel, M. Staas, J. Tretter, J. Mathews, J. Welty, G. Springer, L. Sturtevant. II-J. Stiegman, E. Stukenberg, B. Tavenner, M. Wahler, M. Trevilf lian, V. Stout. IAS. Voss, E. Wagner, P. Stewart. III-C. Wichman, R. Waller, D. Williams, H. Wirtjes, H. Wilhelms E. Wilhelms, B. Zimmerman. II-L. Voss, J. Vaughan, J. Young, D. Wamsley, P. Wilky, A. Weaver V. Stabenow, I. Woods. I--J. Womelsdorf, J. Womelsdorf, I. Wright, B. Walker, J. Witt' becker. Fred C0rran, secretary-treasurer how I would like to use that hair for a powder puff !" . . . We mustn't forget "Butch" Condit, an extraordinary student, but O, how the neighbors love his midnight music!! . . . Glamor Gal Ginny Griifo doesn't need to say a word when she wants the eyes right. She just isg they just are .... Whiz kid Helen "Chiames in" with perfect French in her eiforts to attain top honors at la France .... Fred "Squeaky" Corran and Stan Pash, the Clark Street corkers, "dribble" their idle hours away playing basketball. . . . Retardiere Della Gitchell is reminded by Mr. Berner that "the ol' gray mare ain't what she used to be"-when countryflass Della appears for history at 8:31 .... . Jimmy "Wantfan-argument?" Vaughan finds, after exhaustive study, there is no Spanish equivalent for his favorite word-"moron," . . . "Winnie" Hildebrandt finds the law 9 9 :LJ 1 F 1 wi sm 1 I aVf - 1- , '65 in , .-.Q 1-my ...S,.-... ,,e, 1 :sit on the floor than on ot' gravity too hard to comhat, She discovered it was easier tc a chair .... Horsefcnthusiast "Liz" Seely is so interested in her quickfstepping quad' rupeds that she even resorts to decking herself with dapplefgray costume jewelry ..,. Is Fred Corran so insigniiicant that Vernice Krueger could wear his "mapfsnap" in her tluestionfmark pin for two months without anyonc's suspecting that the pin contained a locket, let alone such a precious portrait? . . . President Joyce Heitzman really had her fellow sophs 'icaperingn around for their college king and queen candidates. . . . ,lean 'kIflikcf'emftall" Schneider gets her track practice hy daily airing her canine com- panion .... As we hid adieu, our monogram maiden, "jo" Cooper, is flashing a s ' ' 'f ' 'l ' at us f- f or was it intended for her heaming Romeo? personality plus smi c -.4 , X ,. jr K A , QW A ,MSR 'X Q . 5 i is 2 I 15 ' X idwkfkf 1 win "N 8 S35 'NO- X .F .xX, gg? My .,-::., f -. 1 S? X ' X X Y gs www W- L!-: - - .Q '-'. Q N E K ,.. X SFP f wfl S X xi R Q . EQ -, Sf X2 3 X 7' I AX r F F X I 5 mmm Q , it s f l .. .fqE,,.::E:,f,:Q::.,EE 4. .S SER is J rw f 'X r is vi M + Xl Q EW? w g, . S QQ, . ki ,,,. M "'f "" Q . "',. X..'Q.i ,rw erm of '43 -J. Brock, B. Bauch, G. Burckhardt, R. Becker, M. Boyd, J. Bruf baker, W. Barker, J. Cali, L. Brown, E. Anderson. -J. Benoy, J. Camerer, M. Arbogast, M. Alder, N. Abels, N. Butler, D. Bonebright, M. Antrim, M. Bush, D. Alexander. A. Campbell, L. Bordner, R. Albert, J. Baxter, C. Bloyer, R. Bruce. III-F. Cassman, R. Donker, B. Earnest, B. Donstad, E. Cheeseman H. Coon. II-A. Dominguez, R. Chambers, E. Clark, M. Davis, P. Deininger D. Cook, D. Cowan, C. Eklund, P. Davis. I-W. Dir, C. Dennis, D. DeVries, M. Dyslin, W. Donahue. F. Fenton, K. Freerksen, B. Fickert, J. Engle, E. Ellsworth, T. Fon' tana, R. Ferguson, C. Gitz, M. Dorst, B. Gore. D. Feller, M. Engemoen, N. Engle, D. Entmeier, L. Greene, L. Green, N. Fink, L. Eyestone, E. Graves, D. Gitchel. D. Engelhart, B. Francis, A. Grettler, B. Eberle, D. Gallagher, T. Ferguson, R. Fonken. Miss Musseri adviser ' We, the more confidcntfthanecompetent "Could Do's," desert the dreary depths of 104, and, determined, we descend to the domain of the distinguished "Did's." . . . We discover that among our more audacious deeds we have dibbled and dabbled in chorus, chemistry, and calisthenics, recording many events memorable to all. First and foremost, that lusty cheer, "Beat Rockford," emitted by the boisterous juniors in the library, was merely an example of our exuberant school spirit .... In return for valuable CJ information, Jun' ior President Jack Sellke demanded that his Latin assignment be translated by obliging members of the "Polaris" Staff .... The junior play seems to have brought many inter' esting facts to light. We wonder how many spinach plants Milton Boyd consumed in order to grow that coat of iron he sported. Joyce Mortenson wouldn't lower herself to associate with Leonard Nelson and Ross Wolfe who came to the play in overalls. Yes, ffras- 'Yvv' JZ U! ,W,.,t. V l ft tele 8 wi, e she was left holding the hag. Vy7e reeommend Kreml for all those lasses who eouldn't raise their own hraids. The uninyited haskethall team livened up the "Seven Sisters" party hy eayorting outrageously even after the slated guests had hid their adieus .... Rog Ferguson ought to make a good soldier. Vxfhen asked hy the "Carbondale Corporal" why he had made so many fouls, he replied, "NVell, Phog, you told us to 'push them up the floor '." . . . Among other "stutl,i' our junior paper drive hrought together Bolw liaueh and Dorothy Alexander .,.. Speaking of romanee, rememher the time that Paul jones and Mairri Smith, the Romeo and Juliet of l-12, were .iiggling through the paiik in usiuillyil Smithis jeep when a meandering tree moved into their moonlit path? . . . Boh Foy's superfduper hunk of junk was houvht lv ' Sz dt' t l ' A ' ' ' i g y in tis or tit staggtring sum ot eleven dollars .... Have you notieed how Carol Vehmeier trips. ..tl1e light fantastic with ew 0 I PJ llI11111k1N L1111111y" . 111 c.1s1' y1111'r1' 111tli1-Lystkxd, ask M11X1l1kx Y111111g 1111.11 .1 111111111 ' S1111 11111111 w'1s t111l1141l1Q 111 I1111V1I1Q 111 B 11 "151'.111 1' ' . . . 11111141'11111111v1'1' IS .... 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A1111 ll IllyS1Cl'1l1k1S CilI'fS1W111l1llQ cx11111s11111 lll t11111 l11l1111l 11111111'1'1111111, P1111 111111 1111111111 11 111'1'11ss111'y 111 CAlI'I'y 1111 U111111' 111 t111' 11l1U1'-Q 111 1111' t1'.1c111'1A 1-111' 111s 111s111'1'111111 .... 111.15111 131111 S11111' 1111s 1'ccc11t1y 11111111111 Ll "11'1t1'1'1114111.'1 . . . City A11111'111'y 111111 CT1.1s4 V11'1'f1,1'11s1111'11t 13111 1,1112 w111'11 ru11111'1111g 111 11111 City c1111111C11 1'1111 1'1'1'11111g 1111' 1'1'v1'1.1111111s 1114 111s 111111f11a1y tc1'111, 1'1'111z11'111'11, 'A1'V1' g11111' 11111111111 1111s 11111111111g 'N ,VXA 1 A A 111111411 1: aa a SJ Rf so many times I know every crook UQ and turn in it." . . . Humanitarian Bob Lund' quist prevents innocent indulgers from scalding their tonsils by "icing" their soup en l route to the cafeteria cashier .... One of the popular parties at Kraft's terminated by the "partyfcipants" soothingly serenading their slumbering sidefkicks .... Ulsfmyfmakef upfall-right?" Ann Dominguez keeps Mr. Weber awake nights thinking of clever ref marks to set off her uncontrollable laughter .... Having measured all the senior boys for caps and gowns, Phyllis Hettinger vows that ten out of nine of their "broad" shoulders are a good job of padding .... "King" Karl Kerr keeps company constantly with that cute, conniving kid, Ethel Schlegel .... We dub Cal Moore our "hometown deadfend kid" because he can sit on a tack with no audible effects .... Bettie Lou i Kraft's favorite reply to the senior wags is, "I am notg I'm just pleasingly plump." . . . Brainfchild Evelyn Anderson masters charts for chemistry spelldowns. Her opponents Jack Sellke, president III-B. Heitz, J. Kasten, N. Henze, H. Huber, R. Hochschild, D. Heil man, R. Hull, D. Heitz. II-C. Kappes, G. Griswold, N. Guhl, G. Greier, M. Hille, P. Het tinger, L. Hutmacher, A. Griflin. I-P. Hartgen, J. Justice, R. Hershberger, P. Jones, T. Hamon, E Heck, H. Holtum, B. Hannah. III-A. Kortes, J. Lubenow, A. Lloyd, K. Kerr, L. Kracht, G. Kelly, C. Kuntzelman, D. Klever. II-D. Knauff, M. Kempert, N. Lighthart, J. Klapp, B. Lindgren, A. Lawrence, B. Kish, B. Kraft, E. Koeller. I--B. Lundquist, O. Klipping, B. Lee, P. Lockwood, P. Kryder, L Kent, B. Koehler. III-R. Moore, D. Long, C. Moore, O. Miller, J. Lutz, M. Miller Moritz, F. MacAdam. N II-J. McLeRoy, D. Meyers, J. Mortenson, A. Lu .gmg f L. Martin I. Monigold, E. Moyer, I. Neberman, F. Millenia a n I-P. Miller, M. Neberman, L. Meier, N. Mogle, L. Marcum, M Miller, D. Mayer. 61644 of '43 55 ,C. ,4- XX x P 2 11 .1 My 'x- 1 , sl 1 R 1. . 11 1 .s sf -ww I 141,-,mf-.01 1 1,,,a.fNwQ,.,,1-new ' K .1 -. 1 I I, ,.4. 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M1lll' ' 11 t1 ' 111111 A ' 1 ' ' ' 3 411 11 1l11l11k 111'411ts t1141t 1111 111tf41fp41t xx'111'11 61444 of '43 III-P. Rose, B. Russell, J. McLaughlin, B. Rundall, L. Nelson, L Miller, G. Rohr, G. Roddewig. ll--J. Reid, G. Raih, E. Rasmussen, L. Pearson, R. Noltemeier, C Otto, D. Polhill, J. Ross, E. Powers. I-R. Rutter, E. Rafferty, R. Schirmer, B. Reed, E. Roesler, C Schimpf, J. Nichols, T. Pierce. III-G. Schlafer, J. Shoenhard, Sellke, R. Speer, D. Swedman, R. Sunbom, B. Standring. II-M. Smith, E. Staas, F. Sutterlin, M. Smith, B. Simpson, J. Stocks, G. Schoop, J. Sharp, M. Shunk. I -'-- --L. Simmons, J. Tavenner, M. Scofield, L. Strohecker, B. Sullivan, B. Stricker, C. Stabenow. III-H. Yost, R. Stocker, V. Veer, P. Wagand, D. Walter, B. Womelsf dorf, J. Wilson. II-M. Young, A. Stocker, P. Yarger, C. Wieland, M. Tucker, M. Thompson, J. Winter, M. Young, J. Wilhelms. I-R. Wolfe, N. Voss, L. Zimmerman, C. Vehmeier, P. Vore, M. Valeska. Roger Wieland makes his welcomed appearances on the hardwood court .... Royce Rutter has solemnly vowed never to fail another subject. His reason: he not only had to quit the basketball squad, but also he had to remain home every p. m. until the fol- lowing report card reared its ugly little head .... During the strike of milkftruck drivers, Bob Schirmer saw so many milk bottles coming and going that he now believes that all glass should be utilized for national defense .... Mr. Mensenkarnp's adage, "Absence makes the heart grow fonder," is a wellfknown fact to Lorraine Marcum. Roving Duane Sweidman is the absentee hearthrill .... Ferdinand had nothing on Vegetarian Bill Reed, who, having been honored by the presentation of a leafy bouquet, said he didn't "carrot" all .... And with this pun, we end our fun, as juniors we have worked, our Prom is done, our goal is won, our job we have not shirked. Marilyn Bush, secretary-treasurer sw Y X 2 2 . . gfff QT-A X? iv ,Q ,Y -NX 'X Q s Im . 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Q uvory scandal . . . and sentimental UQ synofnumes suggested by scheming scribes . . . "Gordy" Vorc, thc man of a thousand imitations, shows signs of cluvcloping into an accomplished lcxicographcr. Hc claims that hc is th-3 only stndcnt of thc school who can pronounce the scvcntyftwo-lcttcr word meaning "hrain fluid." . . . Wt' wonder whcthcr it is hccausc of hcr cxccllcncc in dchating that no onc is ahlc to pcrsuadc Marilyn Smith to take down those indomitahlc braids .... If thc corridors ncar thc third floor study hall sccm worn in spots, you can attrihutc thc groovcs to thc constant sliding of Dorothy Ann Saucr during senior play practiccs .... Don't fccl otfcndcd if you cvcr tcll a jokc and "Dortz" Rucker fails to laugh. She will cvcntu 5 fs XWADB i'1'llJ ,-. Margaret Riordan oii 41 V3 Carolyn Jean Fuller jim Bode Violet Wiucmds Wairreii Simpson ,lean Collier 24 - 7 LHPAK' Edwin F. Bremer Delores M. Schleich jack Charles Peight x ,QQ Liang, I ymfziiighii E. Shade Bill A tman Qfvpffkf ary ean johnson VNPWM M , B.l'rfs1Kailey Gwendolyn Loewe lvbffe-'VJ VV' ' U -ne Cannon Alta Male Stukenberg V V Keith M, Ed fr tie c legel I 11 Don Boekholder Viola G. Paugel Alvin Bergeman QQJ5'-Ufivrothy Ann Sauer Bill Porth C race Baxter W , ::::lfIQfff "mn" " """"" ,n.- ig! l If jg,-A VVJX 5 i Xa ei L 'L . ,U .4 li f U Cana Q, ally .... Ruth Louise Mellott is certainly doing her part toward keeping up the morale of th.: boys in service by dating Army and Navy men exclusively .... "Tubby" Harry XVinchell claims that the only way he can sit comfortably enough to devote his full strength to playing his saxophone is by stretching his legs out to cover as much ground as possible .... Believing that rural swains should progress beyond the scluarefdancing stage, Mr. Bitting most graciously sponsored Bob Heilman in the social dancing class. . . . Then there was the time when VicefPrcsident Lyle Reedy dropped his textbook in the hall and the pictures of ten pretty maidens fell out. Could that be his reason for "studying" so hard? . . . Donald Kurtz, our numberfone stagehand, is also one of the hllss Nlears adviser .lnlin IN4. Hull Doris .lean Rucker Gerry Dirksen lilennur Mueller Hans Spiluscliux Nancy Ann N lli1l'UlLlkilCI1l1 Alliert x , l':iulQi glenn kil'Qlfl.L'lll OVJ!! Kenneth Miirsli Elizalhetli Fnrtl lvlurris Lutlulph june E. Schreiner Rnhert Hk'ill112lll blennne Scliiinpli Rcmhert llittsley X Q Shirley Vzihn Kiraly mrfjfnfwf EilL't'I1M.kif1ll1l rx ,Jil wi'-Siiiitli x fX X Durotliy llulv Peck V Bu wx X. llrmnxl Malt' Schruetler B1 wh Frink . Lefinai Stukenherg Bill fleise Msiry Flu ice lvfeyer Xl nlgiiry tlippers .... "Big Pitts," the original ll11IWl'UViSCI' of the Hfreew French PI'Ulllll1ClLl' tinn, puns and taps even on the front walk .... We cam easily "Tell it tn the MAlFi!1CS'. nnw since Dick Buyer, Larry Smith, and Bill Porth joinetl up .... Uhiquitnus "Tuinmie" Collier, quipster and tripster of F. H. S., wields witty words when waxing eloquent with weekly writefups .... Verzicinus Violin Pziugel astounded her highly amused "cnnipf iteersh with her inisplziccd use ni the word unsculzitioiif' . . . Vxfnnlfgaltliering Luis Swartz, victorious Clll'l1iVlll queen, utilizes her itlle minutes knitting "feet sweaters." . . . lyillllkl "Gene Autry" Uralttelcfs "IVIuurc" horsefsense is "convertible" into horse power. . . . C41 wtain uhnn f Pinnow turned mielnivht mimiuder when he inrteitetl an chicken I . 5 i FYYVXBYT' T ""' LQLLJQ dinner Lifter the Rockford game' in order to pay a visit to the "Chamhers" of his heart. . . . Gerry "Phfoofmm" Dirksen, known as "Big Dirk," made the 2lllfSf2lfC haskethaill teann .... Violinist Wzigiiiiuff Collinoski, president of the R. O. B., effectively synthef sized Dr, Jekyll to the sheer horror UQ of the fivefcent suckers at the carnival ..... Pat Stone, the Swingin' Suzie from Sterling, who originated, "Eat meg I'm a great big vitamin!" "longs" to spin steering wheels .... Alas, the fatal day when chocolutefloving Alice Wurtzell goes screwlullfishfas :in ohoe player is supposed to do .... Dude Glen Sundstrom, action photofgenius, alters the oftfused adage, "a girl in every port," to Nil girl in every part" --- of town .... Hitchhiker Dex Knowlton not long ago hecame the ,,f-f-f4- Lf G.-flYRohert George Gray Delores Yahnke Mzirilyii Smith d Kurtz ion Fair ziirn irlee Knohel LNB!! Vi Waiidzl Olson yle Reedy 1 T45 Bud Faist 1 jean Anderson Mr, Maloney adviser l'l1yll1s Mgnt' l311lt'11Llv1' V133 M.1xi11t' Szllslmry Rc1l1v1't Stt'i11111ct: Will.11'tl S111itl1 Butty AI. Ruttci' livtty-Ig111u Friulw l3L'll11lllA S. Tl1i11111111, I N K, . 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Bniikci' Bob Kunt: is z1l1si1lutcly scttiug tl1c :1llfti111c 1'cc11rtl for Humm Vimulmnx gI1ll1g stuaitly with Bvtty Lou Kraft ..., Pz11'fsl1t1c1tc1' ciCUI'QC B1't1w11. tl1c gulf tlulwlwr, DH"-lKlL'IIl .nltcr c111r1y111g tlic cxcullc11t tztrcwcll p:11'ty lui' Mr. BllllINgQll'tl1L'I', staitctl, "Vx7c sl1t1ultl vw+fM'll My ble, .vs lmk fi' QS' f- mfs. +"? Ny sq-.X J T4- 1 4 'HS' VI' I 914,154 lv ff lm f y , .6 1 " ,1 rf" 1? del . 2 .3 5 + ' bv E' mf , 1 f . , , 11.-'Y' ,.. .MS L-J' w i., Q v. welcome the new teacher this way!" . . . Mary Jean Brillhart ohliges her relatives, near and far, hy singing for them at every and all occasions .... Golfer Boh Hyslop and Glamor Girl Shirley Gray strike up a romantic match as they meander ahout the marhle masonry of their alma mater .... Douhlefduty Donna Schroeder has attained a ninetyfwords per huntfandfpeck system on her trusty typewriter as well as heing numherfone accompanist for aspiring amateurs of E. H. S .... Vrfhen Historian Esther Bamherg was queried concerning John Hay, she responded with thc informative remark that he was the "Hay" part of the Hayfljauncefote Treaty .... Demosthenes Mary Jean Johnsons favorite ditty is "This little piggy went to Marquette." . . . "Dippy" -if Cffvifsff'-'E F Eleanor Eileen KuntZ Ethel Schoefller Kenneth Huher Betty jane Becker Belva Bordner Carol Crockett Esther I. Bamberg Hazel Baehler Boh Kuntzf 7 Lf 5 Dick Howe Rohert Ditzler Gladys Denton V rge Brown Eloise Ferg on I 12 ' Clarihel Dixie Hornherger Betty jane Buss 19 Evelyn M. Gann ,I 1 Merlin Belle I Boh Hyslop of . ard Boyer j iff-l Mirgery Salshury ry Wiiichell avina May Sorn Ruth Louise Mellott ary jean Brillhart Q Catherine M. Law Nathan Hartzell Clara Ann jones Bill Hermsmeier lvlarliorie Rees Willigiiim Siegmeier Elizaheth Ann Isely Rohert Davis Shirley jean Rosenstiel Arthur Eiltlers Dorothy Jean Dickman Lloyd Lawrence Uitchel Doris Witthecker joe Uusley bm Beatrice Vsfales llolw Pearson Phyllis Finley Billy Lee H lffvbfvfpi .Ioan agedorn Kenneth Jacohs' Lois Lielwer Harold A. Brinkmeier Patricia Hoag iN 'Yflachh Paul Kurth Ma gery Haas Lyle Reecly, vicefpresident Xfyfvj N . ,nr M 'T lletlclow, the Romeo in the plays and operetta, was very ahly clcscrihecl hy athletic clirector "VVoody" Fullcerson as two hundred pounds of vocal corcls .... The altercaf tion hetween "Big Stoopv Kailey and Rockford's Dom Tarquini was the culmination of a series of uthingsn in which 'lStoop"' participated. Even though he is credited with heing originator of the R. O. B., he was claimed most useful when he successfully suhstitutecl at the state finals for the cheer leaders .... ArtfeditorA'Sm1tfy'l Smith, the oumherfone hacker of the athletic teams, has heen tahlwetl a replica of Will Rogers. He is also the chief hunter and fisherman of the school and the only driver of a jeep not in captivity .... If you ever hear a hig noise in the F. H. S. cafeteria that doesn't '53 , , , ,, ,,,, W ,,,, ,,,-,,,,, ,,. M-,e.,-,.,,,,,,,e,,,,,,i ..w4 , ,,,.,, ,, A 5, sound like breaking dishes, you can bet it will be "Rabbit" Eberle trying to remove someone from her personally reserved seat .... In the spring, and more so the rest of the year, "Scotchie" Cannon races from the back row in the Bitting room out the door, down the hall, around the corner, hurdling scampering sophomores, jumping jaunty juniors, and streaking past surprised seniors, to arrive at the door of Miss Platt's room to accompany Darling DeLaine every foughtffor inch to her locker .... Vernon Fairf bairn, the original knight of the road, was so deeply touched by the safety lecture that now he even pauses before making the flying finish of his "stretch drive" into the parkf ing lot ,... Marg "Red" Riordan is still mystified Ol by the anonymously sent dozen Francis M. Meier Jean Landgraf Betty Jean Hannah ' ter Kevern Ralph Eichenberger f- Rita Wiiiterliind 0 i,,. X D'- 'ifq 1 unc Elaine Wiiiter Robert H. Wmulfe Vkmagner Collins Shirley Ann Dodson Patricia Stonc Dcxtcr Knowlton Dalc Lc Baron Norma llordncr Dc . Exnlrkifil' X. Clifton Vkfagncr 'LJ l Willzxrd Vsfohlfortl Pcggy Forsythc LUiSllLl!NCll1ZlQL'l1 Athan Banos XN . 'U and a hall' roscs tat 34.50 pcrj which shc rcccivcd with only thc notation "SS'si' on thc card .... That rctl strcak sccn wliizzing past first floor rooms in thc morning is incrcly "Clliappic" arriving at twcntyfninc minutcs and iilityflivc scconds aftcr cight from hcl' distant home, four blocks away .... Scnior Prcsidcnt, "Satch" Vaughan, cofjourf nalist of F. H. S. scoops, harrclcd thu "big john whilc acting in the capacity of gofgctf 'cnifcr for thc carnival ,... Mapfsnappcr john I-lull, our scriousfinindcd liistoriograplicr, aids national dctlcnsc hy ploughing along in his powcrful Plymouth at thc ratc of twcnty pcr .... Stuclcntfdircctor Marv Dupcc is ahhrcviating hcr amplitudc hy joining thc Allah Sahih worshippcrs .... lnnlcxftrcss Mziry Zanis is the hright litrlc inissy who Nwwrlxffjjz cc , ,, .f. ,. . . .. , .,.,.,.....,,, ,,. ,. Aprilffoolingly sent Miss Mathewson down to Mr. Mensenkamps oilice .... Stringman nslllklltln Hermsmeier was the "eleetrocutee" who vassed out the shockin Y handclas is at . I A .I . q the carnival House of Horrors .... Secretaryftrcasurer Hans Spauschus, the slingin Samm Snead of our sccondar f school, makes the most of frame relaxin Y .... Allfround . . ,., 3 . - . A . - , g . athletic Merlin ' Ding Belle, skillful faking forward, remains faithful to 13 s and ping' pong halls .... With a quaint sense of humor, taciturn Keith Eder, the twinkly eyed, ui ws .... "S ucak M Marne 'LHi, Chumf M Haas ro wounds nonderous wrowositions ll l I . Ll ' Y 5 U H . l l I to promising pupils when she suhs ,... Honest Nate Hartzcll took advantage of his pliotogenius hy pinning up portrait posters during his treasuryfseeking campaign for Shirley Lynn Dawson Rohert Cain Margaret Miller Barhara Eherle Alice Wurtzell K Vw'illfunqCic?S ni vip' K' ' Mariann Louise Adiiiisiing Clarence Geiger f Letha Michel Laurell F. Roth jean Louise Geiser Rohert Glanian lf Eleanor June Wieiizllid Kenneth P. Vohlken Alice M. Snap Ernest 1 7 U Betty Brown Audrey George Loretta Graf Rohert Sahin Virginia Marilyn Vsfaldecker Mildred Isahelle Rayhorn Dick Frink Ada Louise IvIcLeRoy Levon Mary Phillips i.,. .naw Hans Spanschus, seeretaryftreasurer jean Malott Glenn Maines Marilynn Chapman Norlvert lvlolter Aloyce Dixie Cray Roy Neherman ff Lucille Baker Everette john Donstad De Laine Hillman Alherta Louise Lora Vore Mary Zanis james Bose Maxine Anient .lack H. Illimyerlm Carol jeanne ' l ,if Sulo Arola bg,- Catherine Donk John lvlortonjl XOQAQ May S. l appas Geraldine Wcmlfe Mary Dupee Vernon C. Best ,X Marian Fern Kratzer NJ f Don Uarns K Vyvf Doris Adams Xl WI V1 aww WW student government day .... "Soupfer" Kay Law appeases our appalling appetites hy doling out delectahle dishes of simmering soup .... Huskyfvoiced leading lady, Letha Michel, has had to retire from her promising stage career until further notice from her uncompromising physician .... The "late" Bill Lee strides into his homeroom 'most every day to the tune of the tardy hell .... Ranihling Lois Rumelhagen rapidly races through the regular third hour reports when Miss Granise linds herself voiceless .... Having returned from Florida with that 'lyoufallu drawl, Shirley ''Alifliopefahfdidiftf keepfyofall'waitin' M Dawson put her accent to good use hy portraying a sweet southern lass .... Artiste Norma Bordner has gone out of hounds to acquire that certain somef A - thin' from Aquin .... "fllfstopfatfnothingv MLIFQCIYCY Miller has made herself ref nowned hy hraving her fourth hour history class with a hackfscratcher .... Superfsmall Loretta Graf, our studious typist, can still hoast the ahility to fit in size-one shoes .... Bachelorfminded Glenn Maines is reputed to have holdly winked at a certain senior red' head during an unguarded moment ,... Our giggling grocery girl, Dorothy Berg, has advantageous pedagogical connections. She lined up lots of appointments for faculty family photos .... Cartoonist Sulo Arola made Gifted Geraldine Wolfe the recipient of a diamond ring to climax a fourfyear steady romance .... Tripleftonguing timely "taps" to these taetless trivialities, "Mtn" Ludolph roots a tricky tune on his torrid trumpet. Harold F, Neuherger Xililnii lrel Newel Nancy Seachrist .h Rohert Beddow - Rohert Lang Deloris Bingner Patricia Harnan Raymond Nleyers Glen Wlii, Sandstrom Y I Garriehelle ischer! i N JM Jw Weekflamyfi , , Aw 'MMBYH . ' X To all ibiidding singers, flowering musicians, and wilting aictors, we offer an off-stage bouquet . . . with none too faint memories of our lost chords, missed ones, shaky knees, and grimy clean-up committees . . . . n 1 gh .i ai1,.ii.n ,. :- W I 1. X wwwqns H :WA ' uw ' 133335 ff- vi p'f.H ' bk -ww 1 1' f . Af iw 1 - 4, " gui, xg. .Q-" ,iifgff ig ' . ' fi K. W: ., A , l Y I V ' 'Eff 5" f W K 1,12 an P K, Z1 . Y ,- 2 f. ' gy 'lv' ,1 N gi 1 K 1 r N f-f,vPs,31g 576 1: A i, li Mary Dupee .. . . Stutlent Director Dan Teare ,. .. Drum lvlajor Margery Haas .. ,.. Manager Anne Lawrence .....,.... Lihrarian Vsfin. Aitinan .... lftiuipinent Manager Doris Atlains, Margaret Riortlan, Belva llortlner, lris llohlen, ,lanice Ahels, lean Meyers ............ Flutex and I'it-taliix Mary Dupee, Prineip il llarhara Malott Phyllis Hullwuit -laniee Young Margaret Antrim Don Kraft Maiorettes jean lvfalott, Pri E Flat Clarinet ,leannc Pollock Olmex Alice Vxfurtzell. Principal Audrey Peterson Haxxomis Donna lviae Schroeder, Principal lviaxinc Young jack Neely B Flat Clarinetx Dan Teare Wiii. Dirzlcr Marjorie Smith Doris Mayer Rohr. Donahue -lean Collier neipal ,Ioyce Vfonielsdorl Alice Snap Harold Vv'itte Aloan Heitzinan Neota liinlchoner Stanley Pash Barlwara Atherton -lean Rowen lviartha Mary Seit -Iune Smith Uwen Miller Betty Dunn lirances Potter Elton Miller Carol Knotts NVin, lvioogk -lean Hernismeier kloyce Koym Vkfni. Snooli Catherine Reining Vw'ith a r.itfa'tat1tat, unipafumpgi . . . antl a squeak, squeak, the li. H. S. hantl plunges in. From the gridiron . . . . to the haiikhoartl . . . . to the contests . . . . to the concert stage, we make the rountls, missing nothing flaut a note or two here .intl therej. Vw'e leave "Tiger Rag" in order to produce stirring over' tures, tlynamie marches, and catchy novelty tunes for that smashing climax .... the annual hand concert. With these memories echoing in our ears, we end our musical year as happy little amatooters! MN' Wlwllf- HC-T0'11IN1'1N Alto Clari-nets Gaylord Schlafer Jane Rideout liaxs Clarinets Nancy Ryan Roht. Qlson Sizxoplionex Harry Vvlincliell, alto, Principal Gwendolyn Crcier, alto Shirley Mayer, alto Claire Cassinan, alto Elaine Rasmussen, tenor Cloria Hoffman, haritone Cornet and Triwnpets Morris Ludolpli, Principal Mary Jean Brillliart Margery Haas Marcella Spahr Mr, Kuhitz, director Joan Womelsdorl Calvin Wiinscli LaVerne Condit Jaines Koellcr Jack Myers Betty Lou Rasmussen Horns Anne Lawrence, Principal Don Griswold June Porth Donna Fierhcller Lois Miller Roth L. Mellott Valeria Vore cT7'O77lbOY1CX John Reining, Principal Joyce Cooper Harvey Zartinan Jack Sward fBassJ James Wliezit Baritones Willard Smith, Principal Arvilla Seaman Lee Weckerly Wrii. Ruthc Tulum Cene Cannon, CofPrincipal Theodore Pierce, CofPrincipal Bruce Vifomelsdorf Lyle Schwitz Ceo. Aurand Contra Bass Wziyiie Reclc Perciasxiovi Roht. Pittsley, Principal Wiii. Artnian James Anderson Milton Boyd Eugene Fink Ted ,lacohs Contestants French horn solo: Anne Lawrence lst place in north state? Flute solo: Barhara lvlalott -- lst place in north state. Clarinet solo: Jean Malott W- lst place in north state, Ensemhles Wciodwiiid Quintet? Anne Lawrence, Dan Teare, Janice Young, Donna Schroeder, and Alice Wurtzcll lst place in north state. Flute Trioak Mary Dupee, Barhara Malott, and Janice Young ff- lst place in north state. Trombone Quaret ff-V John Reining, Joyce Cooper, Harvey Zartman, and Jack Sward ff' 2nd place in north state. Clarinet Triog W - Jean Malott, Dan Teare, and Bill Ditzler --fr lst place in north state. :iidenotes recommendation for the allfstate contest x OSA xm INIIIN .mul kk-rrlw Him I'1rm'l1 1111111 uh UIWQU1 liuluwluy Nwxvvx Bulls ui' thc I all IIN 1' . I 4 N 3 in , ,pf W is Wk! F' I Ji? .f 1 f Q 1 K he qv, , Q Q 5 X t ' f y 4 'Q ' nf 5 5 Q l ij vv iustiwms Ifrncst Svciiniii and Karl Kuiwit' Ar the Hniirisliiiw swccp nf thc 5 iWIllOll, wc inukc nur dclwnt in .1 slinrt but stirring and cffcctivc pci' fmiimiicc git Upcn Hnusu, In .iddif Linn to dcliglitful daily dutics, wc lcnd hits of spins tn F. HS. i,lr.nnf utic i.CllfS with niusiciil plc41s.nitrics To thu Cliristnials Vcspci' Scrvicc Lind Mlly' Fcstivail wc nmkc il xx'ui'tiif wliilc cnnt1'ii1i1tiini 'ind add tlmt Mfiiigilcu touch to thusc Statcly gn-.idf uzitinn fnringilitics. VVitli tlicsc 1ncmoi'a1Hu :muvniplishinunts linger! ing in our minds, wc tcrininntc gin cvcntful sciisnn :is pwtcntial Albert Spaildings, having cnjuyiml alnntlici' "symffunfic" yum' of k'lia1i'iiwi1im1s" cnrnpiinimiship. E X ORCHESTRA PERSONNEL Mr. Kubitz - Director Mary Dupee - Student leader Anne Lawrence Librarian Robert Pittsley f- Concertmaster, first semester Wm. Hermsmeier -W Coneertniaster, second semester Cellos Dorothy Wiimsley, principal lst Violins Wiii. Hernisnieier Wzigiier Collins Theodore Pierce jack Lutz Donna Rose Eierheller Harold Witte Janice Abels Gerald Clock Betty Lou Heitz Alice Snap Dorothy Cook Contmbasses Wayiie Reck, principal 'Ind Violins Evelyn Thiel John Randall, principal lwiilton Boyd Flutes and Piccolo Mary Dupee, principal Phyllis Hulburt Barbara Nlalott George Aurand Phyllis Dirksen jack Vw7elty Eleanor Spliethoflf Robert Pals Obocs Alice Wurtzell, principal Violtis Audrey Peterson Robert Pittsley, principal Donna George Bassoonx Lois Smith .lack Neely Clcwinets Jean lvlalott, principal Dan Teare Win. Ditzler Marjorie Smith Corners Mxiry jean Brillhart, principal lvlareella Spahr Horns Anne Lawrence, principal Donald Griswold June Porth Lois Miller Trombones john Reining, principal Harvey Zartnian Percussion James Anderson Each day the soft, soothing strains of our salient "songfuls" echo through the halls ot F. H. S. With masterful art the unaccompanied choristers blend their voices into har' monious euphony for Vespers, for contests, and for festival. Like an organ they respond in fullfvoiced unison and in hushed diminuendo to their leader's direction. DISTRICT CONTESTANTS Maxine Young f medium voice ff second. Gaylord Schlafer fi high voice - second. SECTIONAL CONTESTANTS Doris Cowan -- high voice e Hrst. Wilma Newell --- low voice - first. Marian Alder Y medium voice g second. ,loan Sharp - high voice - second. STATE CONTESTANTS Robert Beddow -- medium voice -Y-Y Hrst. Girls' sextette - first. Mixed douhle quartette - Hrst. Miss Hasclton Miss Wendt Cfop to Bottomj R. Pittsley, G. Sehlafer, D. Guhl, L. Thompson, R. Geiser, W. Newell, M. Young, N. Ryan, G. DeVore, E. Ross, R. Kaiser, D, Cowan. Cfop to Bottomj J. Beddow, R. Kincannon, T. Hamon, G. Vore, H. Gahel, B Malott, J. Camerer, D. Cook, Ross, Sharp, M. Young. Qffop to Bottomj R. Speer, R. Sahin, D. Howe, R. Stiekle, W. Reed, T. jordan J. Wales, J. Smith, B. Rutter, C. Snyder, B. Kraft, M. Fairhairn, V. Krueger. Cfop to Bottom? D. Teare, L. Fishhurn, J. Guhl, L. Eyestone, M. Miller, S Rosenstiel, N. Ahels, E. Kuntz, J. Schneider, R. Kineannon, I. james, M. Alder M. Salshury, M. Miller, M. Thompson, Miss Wendt, director. 'i " J 1 r U t i Q .Q RQ ,Q f Q J' ' ' il' '5 '2515!" . +. ff -I I"' x1'1'!4 . Flla' 5 -3-In SS. 15: , zz xtsgx Q ' A Q, rv -la, Q! 3 I Q -ww i' 2 12 glfiggxqtik 'z g '41 3 5 s Q, NE g Qsvlf x dy Solo f so high 'THU Kfilm Nuwvll dual ' :gi .V .Qui QQ' 1' 4 P" Scccmd lm Mndriguls .4 lss sing svssilm . . . .md guys In un inviting Hiingiirian cnvirnnincnt, we Lliscnvcrcd nur liglitfliciiimml uiiiiiinrs Llcpicting the cliiiractcrs uf' Mrs. Uyurknvics and hur scvcn rcsuiirccfill diiughtcrs. ln nn almost uncnding cyclc of iniscniiccptiniis and iiiisiimlvrstiiiidings, the dctcrmincd NIYWIILIIICC' scum," Mitzi :ind Hnrkny, kindled the inzitrimoniail maitchcs nf Mit:i's tlircc iinpsding sistcrs. Altlinugh tlic two schcinists crcgitcd cuiisidcrxilnlc cnminntinn, thcy zilsn iichivvud Lhuir zivnwud .ii1n, paving thc XVLIY for thcir futurc hgippincss . . Sn cniicludcd our zryst with the "Suvun Sisters." mi. ,S Q und wixniglc ,NX Liv B 5 3 Choice cut of cold shoulder Coulash gathering Mrs. Uyurkovies. . Kgitiiikal ........ Suri .... Ella . . . Mitzi ... Terkn Liza ... Dl7ft1thy'A1l1l Feller . Lorraine Maireuiii . Mzirgztret Antrim . . . . Marian Alder . . . . Namey Mcngle Dorothy Alexander . Phyllis Hettiiiger Miss Cast Klum ........, Mziry Ellen Tucker Colonel Rztdvizmy. . .Theodore Pierce Gidrt Rxtdvizmy ....... lvliltoii Boyd Ferenz I-lorkoy ........ jack Sellke Miehzlel Szmdortfy ....... Jack Lutz Toni Teleki ...... . . . William Reed xlzmko ....... . . . . . Calvin lvfoore Lloyd, director QW I' ,fs Miss Lloyd, direetnr Cast: Ulga Brandt .,.. ......... M ary Dupee Bernice Niemeyer .,.... Durntliy Ann Sauer Susan Paige ...........,.. Ethel Selineiller Mattie .................... Carol Snyder Mary Harper fliig Mary, . .Marilyn Chapman Mary MeCune fLittle Maryj .Margaret Miller Madeline Vauelain ..... Mary jean johnson Judith Canfield Ann Braddock Mrs. Oreutt . . Kaye Hamilton Pat Devine . . . Linda Shaw . . Jean Maitland . . . . . Jean Collier . . . Margery Haas Doris Jean Rucker . . . . . Lois Swartz . . . . Pat Stone . . . Shirley Gray Margaret Riordan . ffl' Scfzeen 7641 The latest communique from the Masonic Temple reports that the seniors have again captured the Freeport audience. Before the curtain was lowered at the end of the first scene, the cast had its audience well in hand. All lines of resistance were broken, and the performers were hailed triumphant by the captivated spectators. The dramatic story of 'iStage Door" was vividly portrayed with perfection creditable to even the ol-dest hands in the Thespian game. In summing up this account, we officially state that this polished performance remains an overwhelming victory for the aggressive amateurs .... and once more, all's quiet on the Masonic Front. Bobby Melrose . . Louise Mitchell . Kendall Adams . Terry Randall .. Sam Hastings . . . Jimmy Devereaux Fred Powell .... Lou Milhauser . . . . Shirley Dawson . . . . . . Catherine Law . . . . . Carol Crockett ........ Letha Michel Willard Wohlford . . . ..... Harold Albert . . . . . Robert Davis . . . . . Glen Sandstrom David Kingsley Keith Burgess Dr. Randall . . Ellen Fenwick . Tony Gillette . Larry Westcott Billy ........ Robert Beddow . . . ...... Cordon Vore . .......... Joe Ousley Virginia Waldecker . . . ..... Wanda Olson . . . . . . . Harold Vaughan . . . . . . Nathan Hartzell Adolf Gretzel . . . .... Wagner Collins m f l rs .md stripcs "Litrlu crminc jiICkCIS, up tu hors" lhl lLlllU thy ilnutx Prupfcrs Around thu tuhlc you must 5 gl R HAI Shu was 1 dcclnrc gllfum su bored!" Ufufwli F NDLIVILI. H11 my K diffcrcnt from thc rcst of you." And still nw cull . . lc mr! KXQX "H X Sllafe 7'l06tf.2M4 London shrieking sirens, whistling sehrxlpnel, hursting homhs death from th e sky In the pseudofserenity of it small iiirfriiid shelter, ai defenseless family suffered, endured and triumphed over the terrors of war. So vividly :ind einphzltieully portrayed was this reailflife scene that "Dorm" :ind "Wzig' riited zillfstaite eaisting. Alec lVl41eDonaild . . Peggy Halle Bowman Esther Halle . . Mairy Hzile Bowman . Danny Halle Bowman Stephen Halle .. Cust for "Eternal Life" Miss Lloyd, director .. Rohert Beddow . . Ethel Sehoefller . . Nancy Mogle Doris jean Rucker . . Rohert Deihin . WilQllCf Collins . X . v,.eg t . QQMQYS ' . With gavel in hand and evidence ready, we, the dogmatic debaters, presented our logical lectures on the value of "enclosing in encampments the tender, teenfaged romantic Romeosf' Our minds muddled with such military matter, we progressed through teeming tense tournaments, meanwhile unloading our sundry statistics before astonished aggressors, finally reaping the reward of representation in the state meet. Blissfully bouncing along in the Rough Rider Express, we arrived at Champaign des' fined to carry away the Sweepstakes Trophy, other speech specialists assisting, for the second consecutive season. Wtuii Lost Invitational meet at the University of Wisconsiii. . . . 4 4 Invitational meet at DeKalb ................. . . nonfdecision Invitational meet at Augustana .... . 7 5 Big "8" Conference meet in Freeport . . . . 6 6 Sectional Debate Contest in Freeport . . . . 2 2 State Debate Tournament ...,..... . 4 2 State Finals at Champaign . . . . . . fourth place jack Sellke, Betsy Stricker, Mary Jean Johnson, Mr. Enstrom, coach, Marilyn Smith, jean Collier, Lorraine Martiii, Lorraine Marcum. fi -fell fi T-S Srl.-P2 , Bob Beddnw Bill Reed n 1 mu pil me iirst in stitc xcrse ra icing hitli in seetinnal, liunmroiis i ui ,, As individual entrants in speech we eau tiuusly emerged frnni the District rejoicing at nur hardfvvnn decisions, and bolstered, we progressed to the Sectional. Here we packed our presentations with pep ennugl to send us soaring to State where we iden tified ourselves by walking off with the env eted distinetinns, the Sweepstakes Trnphy Aspiring 'kstumpersf A'soapfhoxers," and JOYCC CUOPCT. second uspellhimlersu of the sophomore class' V-we struggle with shaky knees to soliloquize snappy speeches and usciphmfistiezited serf mnns, Are these familiar? "Youth for Sale or Hire," "Philip lvlonrnef' 'f and this Mary Lindgren, city remains corrupt and enntenteulf' 5fSf Phyllis johnson, lilith Vcrnice Krueger, third xx 4 rfb l 1 ..q+. 4 ly.: N, ,, , .. , ,. . N. A ' -,im Lui -gm-fi' ,J 'ii ,ln Q 1 1, ' 1' J rjigii.-I9 11-f'2wVlV:L'LJ-"iw-bil-fri-Ai2,w'!dr'3L A Alice Bnnghtnn, fourth "lt nys lmcru just pvck, prck, pcckin, away Tha' lczldur of nur hand . . . wi mutcrw Among nur SULlVUIlfI'S Taps N 3 'Sf' 'ks by A nifty from the navy Arc you kiddhf? This is sufu u suddcn! Applause that rcfrcshc Amid tlit' milling multitutlcs nt' pau'-:ntnl nnflunkcrs and stutlcnt wnrlvtlisplaiy, is tu hc found Sucli vairictl cntcrtaimncnt ns colorful nrt arrays, intriguing clicmistry cxpcrimcnts, mclicstml mclntlics, tlivcrsif licd folk tlalnccs, Ll witty nncfnct play, and . . . tlinsc cnnritlcnthil cunfulw lwcf twccn cnliglitcning instructnrs gtntl cnf tliusinstit' pxmfnts. Tliis is Opcn Huusc! Lust Octohcr, F. H. S. govcrnmcnt stu' tlcnts "learned hy doing" as they took the ruins of thc city from its dulyfclcctcd oiiicials :ind ciirricd on in thcir stcztd for ai twcntyffour hour tcrni. Fair Frccport ciunc through thc day in the hands of its liuturc voters with flying colors, the city iniicliincry still in working ordcr. lvlxtyor Paul .loncs City Clcrk Duzinc Swcdmzm Dcputy City Cl-:rk Lorrainc Mztrcurn City Attorncy Billy C. Loc City Enginccr Boh Stcinmctz Supcrintcndcnt of Streets and Sswcrs Lowell Millcr Ccncrul Inspector Rohcrt Brown Chief of Policc Fred Ciissinain Fir.: Chief Boh Luntlquist Vxfciglxinzistcr Gaylord Schlzlfcr Politc Mxlgistraitc Kcnncth Huhcr Miinatgcr of Wzitcr Dvpxirtmcnt Luonzlrtl Nvlson I HS. l.vlll.' Al lll ll' SKIPN IILIL LlCl'I1 LIUSIQH M15 Vx' ltlll yllllr flcp, IVLIKII ' In Llllllill tllvrl' li Ill FIZHRUARY O, 114- :ml .llllmx lll'.ll'l4vll yu lxlqk m r llllllf Vx .llll1.l glllp ll gllldflsllf' Ylllll' filllly fri llllll.ll flsllplllllll Llmglllg fm' yllllf by f 'l' yllll klklklillq? 'Tix J ' CULLIYLIH CAPERS F, H. S. Gym 7 p.1ll. Ill cunts Q Rl cllllcgl' cllmplls ll clwllcglalt tl your wld school fm' flblll' l1ULll'S K W . s 'lllgtll . . . .lull fl c lllllll1l'1lllgluF KIIKILIS llf fllll irlwlll' . . . lllld l gmc "wlrlflllg"7 Wffl1SfllIld you F cnds llrc QLIVQIIIIQ ill thc c.ll'lllvgll's tlnlllif r1ltcl'llily i1lltl.l llllll, .lllll blill ll ll.lX'x' .l pin ill hung with the lltllcl' Cupid ll.ll'tftlll'lwwcl's! A putfup joh Guess musk Cheruh ehznnps Suited for the task See student fashions for the coming seasons parade hefore the zidininistrgition huilding! See hepfegits holding holiday hopsessions on the hardwood! See e.nnpus favorites assume the rohes of royalty in their pennuntfhung Alma Matter! Doris jean Rucker h . cofe :nrmen Harold Vaughan Naomi Kidd, general adviser i ing Ulcn SAIIILISUWIIN f2llCL'l1 L: mis Swglrtl sclm mrs C, Cuhl, Jenn MilddCl1 fl'L'Shl112lIl camdidntcs Karl Kerr, Marvurct Antrim D junior candidatcs Dan Ferguson, Virginia Griffu soplininorc camdidatcs if ...-A L UWu7fLUf1.C, -Law H'-mr, J lim ...gx-1 if B l.ut1 uf fuml "Yun H usr wc dm wiuf' Tagq dvd tc wgvllxvr Swuct Adnlfuflilw if ig 5 X x Md IQ l'CClll'kl lWl'CQlkL'l'S T Q N 3 T-blmmn in' amvllml ClJl'lM'I'S Uh, ull! MTV1l'Ul'xu " T. N 1.44 n C ll nrlcs lllmlllct lmntcr I Fw A Rl-gk in tlmc ofling lDon't look now, but you'rc lwing followed "Show it in low!" THEY ll'lLl Vumv r N X Ji, I How do you Lloi' 13k-forc tlmc storm Color comlvinzltion It must lic ax passing fancy Saddle sluoc slug Saint Nickflasscs 19 ew f C3540 0 Clubby . . . in the after-school aggregations and seventli-hour business sessions are the gay groups congregating in convivial camaraderie. . . . Jil. J. Eflid .- 1, . i .inn 1 1 4 to 4,1 gg: .ex if 2, :Q .,. i Nfff ff :QL 11 wg-giqf ig, rf 35" if jimi 1, 4 S Ki' 5 it 'f .!. X 55 J .. S ' SE 4 ,Sf x fi Nfl? ' Q, far K fu ,5 i .wsu , If is L . 'fat Q , K Q fra ' X . V: k ,, A 5 :NM -c .. ..::r-9 - Jaw" -M -' M'-M1':ff-A-11W :L-H M-.,Jwi, -v,:.:-W A-M ww-.W .fwf A--M1-uwvww npm,-.L .,..W . , Www-, ,-.LW W.-Q.-QfmwwM-:4:, fw- - X K mlm, . .M A uamwk .. From gods, gonldcsscs, .mtl uonsrulliif tions to quizcs, qL1cstio1iiig1i1'us, xml radio serials! Ivlxmy arc rlw tlwmgs ol thc Nplchs .md pliilocmtsu ol' thu Socictgts Romgmu. Not coiitciit with tlicsn clcvcnthfhour tidhits, wc join in thc homcfcoming pzirzidc, haicla .m im' proviscd halskcthzlll tcilm, amd climax our uIlUlT1Allln'tIC ycgtr with .t paittif otic party. IV AI. Kliipp, bl. Luhcnow, H. Cqthcl, B, Strickcr, C. Scliimpf, lll l'. Dgmiclson, D. Cook. M. Smith, EI. Rumam, J. CIl1IHCl'Cl'. ll C. DcVoi'C, L. Coiiulit, E. Stcly I nl. Coopcr, bl. Pollock, V. Ktllvgci' NI. Alu-ls, II. VsIilhclms. IV '. .. ' . Al. Stlllxt, lx. Emlt'ifti'caisiii't'i', D. l.uI3gni'oii, D, Suucr. III M. Bulls, E. Aiinlcrsoiifscci'cta1i'y, D. Ruckcr, M. Dupcc, Miss Bowcisfgidviscr. ll R. Rohicson, M. Alder, B. Schiff mfr, M, Hziaisfprcsitlciit. l M. Antrim, M. SIDIIIPVICC'IWTCSI' Llciit, L. Sorn. V l'. Urtschcitl, C. Boswcll. IV B. Cimon, L. Voss, LI. Smith, AI Young. I7fISfUI'CI', mam, A. Boughton, B. Miilott. ll -I. Sclmcidcr, D. Phillips, D. Perf gusoii, A. Sicmciis. I Rzmdgill, D. Fic:-lit-llcr. W. Hilf Llchrzimlt, A. Mucllcr. B. Kriicht. Those whosc piutilits Llo not .lPPU.ll'2 I3. Rauch, C. Bliickmorc, F. Cgissmgm B. Ditzlcr, D. Citchcl. A cheery "Buenas tardes' .... a roll eall en espanol .... another monthly assemhlage of Spanish hopefuls under way. With idiomerriment, historiettes of eolorful eountries, and "Mexican Mountains," we senores and senoritas spend a season furthering the "Good Neighhor Policy" and enjoying our' selves immensely .... Adios, hasta la vista. V D. Stephens, K. Breymann, J. Vaughan. IV P. Lockwood, V. Vore, M. Zan' is, D. Waxlter. III- M. Gushart. B. Stiekle, P. Dirkf sen, V. Vv'aldeeker, A. Peterson, J. Wiiiter, II - N. Mogle, M, Young, L. Thompf son, L. Greene, I -B. Moogk, V. Lopez, Bennett, J, Porth, M. Whitziere. IV P. Smith, E. Donstadfvieefpresif dent, Kaufman, M. Boyd. III Miss Sehmidtfadviser, D. Car' stedt, R, Liseom, Ewing, J. Rideout. II -f P. Hoag, M. Trevillian, T. Ham' on, L. Fletcher, R. Sandstrom. I-Y L. Baylor, A. Nample, Guhl, M. Shunk, S. Pash. V' B. Donstad, A. Rampenthal. IV-- M. Thompson, C. Eklund, J Lieher, R. Kaileyfpresident, R Fergusonfseeretaryftreasurer, B Dunn. III J. Hill, L. Martin, Neely, D Wzinisley. II L. Fishhurn, A. Uretler. I D. Gallagher, A. Campbell, S Strohel, F. Hutehersen, R. Swartz. Those whose pietures do not appear B. Eherle, D, Knowlton, P. Stone C Knotts. M'f w IHW H. Baehler, J. Anderson, K Eder, M. Miller, J. Landgraf J. Malott. Il-WM. Meyer, D. VVitthecker, H Vaughan 'p1'CSldClJt, D. Schroci der, A. Vxfurtzell, Miss Plattf adviser. IW P. Crattelo, lvl. Ament, S. Ros' enstiel, D. Knowlton, N. Bord' ner . Haqedorn. 7 - x IV J. Uusley, L. Craf, D. Rucker. M. Dupee. Ill P. Hoagfvice president, M. Zanis, M. Haas, Hull. H---M. Smith, M. Belle f secretary' treasurer, D. Berg, L. Sorn. I --H. Riordan, R. Rohieson, Colf lier, D. Smith. Those whose pictures do not appear: B. Eherle, P. Finley, J. Ceiser, C Maines, E. Schlegel, C. Spauchus, V Wztldecker, M. Chapman, J. Camerer, D. Long, P. Vore, A. Lawrence. N Voss, N. Ahels, M. Smith. M. Antf rim, J. Sharp, B. Kraft, E. Harvey L. Martin, C. Eklund, E. Clark Fletcher, M. Thompson, L. Eyestone, P. Deininger, E. Anderson. D. Cook, C. Raih, C. VCl1l11ClCf, M. Young, P. Hettinger, M. Tucker, J. Sellke, J. Kasten. J ,L. C iitical commentaries on current liooks, literary lectures on timely topics, finally the ht finish lor a lavorahle scholastic season, the picnic these are all outstanding activif S V-f P. Grattelo, N. Molter, P. Jones. IVf-Mr. Bittingfadviser, M. Belle' III V. Pepperman, M. Wzxhler, D. IVA J. Spencer, F. Fenton, H. Zartf III P. Eilders, B. Stricker, D. Garns, president, B. Kracht, J. Sanders, D. Kieckhaefer. Heitlman. llf-J. Sellke, R. Saxby, Johnson, D. Hershbcrger, L. Ousley. In G. Sandstrom f vicefpresident, Shoenhard, M. Antrimfsecretary treasurer, J. Young. man, M. Coon, I., Voss, D. Ferguson. L. Rumelhagen, J. Guhl. II' V. Griifo, K. Huber, D. Rucker, D. Holdeman, M. Tucker. I J. Koeller, I. Bohlin, W. Dona' . hue, R. Chambers, P. Johnson. , Those whose pictures do not appear: J. Graham, A. Rampenthal, C. Rein! ing, C. Springer. Having been chosen as homeroom presidents, we became members in the select circle of the Freeport High School Student Council. Although we began as a representative body to help determine student policies, we have gradually widened our scope ot activities to encompass such things as sponsoring social events, selling Victory bonds and stamps, and stimulating student enterprises. Such was the "revival of F. H. S. student governmentwl A af' Q' Q03 R. XXIIUIJIILI, H. Hutch, E. Dcmstzld, K. Volmlkcn, R. Ferguson, K. Flcischcr. M. Bruuu. il. Mxuncs. R. Hcrmsmciur, D, Hc1'slxbc1'g1c1', U. Rrmvn, G, Chigmmc if, Kum:vlm.m. D. Clglrns, D. Urilliot, R -lmumus, B. Ym1L111gfsc-:1'ctal1'yft11'.1sL1lQ1 T. Fmgfusmm. H. Uixun, A. llrctlcr, R. Ruttcr, XV. Collins, J. Rluycr, R. Lung, K. Picrcc. wsu wlwsr IWR'IllI'L'S do nut alppcxlrz C. NVilsmm'pwsldrlmt, AI. l,iI1I1l1XK'. HQ We are the men, the genial gentlemen who so nhly assist you to your gym seats, the sponsors of that annual annihilating UD ainnoyzinee-f the FaeultyfLettermen hasketf hull gzune . . . and the inszitiuhle indulgers at our postfsenson ufoodfesf' which terminates our year of energetic enterprise, IV- fH. Hosking, J. Bode, M. Belle, G. Dirksen, K. Kerr, L. Kraeht. Ill-Y-N. Henze, Lutz, C. Geigerfvicefpresident, B. Hyslop, P, Hartgen, G. Roddewig. IIeB. Donahue, G. Rohr, L. Reedy, L. Baylor, L, Liehers, D. Knauif. In -Mr. Allenfzldviser, B. Lindsey, D. Holdem: iii, K. Jaeohs, R. Miekle, B. Wolfe. I h Q5 1 i .A . Q A' x' if -:rift UMWTLKQT ,JF 712' 23.1 -fikwlft 1 1 Wheii competent culinary artists and shipfshape seamstresses congregate in the cafeteria, the consequence is the Home Ee. Club. We encourage za taste for teas, a fondness for fashions, ll mania for menufmaking ,... and what an appetite for picnics! II-f-B. Allen, V. Stout, H. Fluechtf ling, R. Noltemeier, il. Wiiiter, R. Hull, L. Young, E, Uden. IfC. Schleich, J. Dickman, R. Ceif ser, V. Wzxldecker, C. Richards, V. Paugel, J. Rowen, J. Erdf mier, M. Seitz. II D. Bonehright, R. Mellott, L. Strohecker, N. Hutmaeher, B. Thruman, J. Finley, E. Eilders, E. Thiel, L. Smith. -iM. Rees, Mrs. Ruckerfadviser, M. Alder, N. Voss, G. Wrilfe, B. Frieke, E. Stukenherg, M. Salshury, B. Buss. ll' M. Hille, 1. Landgrnf, E. Ferguf son, S. Mayer, D. Sauer, L. Swartz, S. Rosenstiel, E. Deike, V. Shunk, D. Noeske, C. Scheff fner. I- N. Crovesfsecretaryftreasurer, D. Phillips, C. Hoffman, I. James, M. Thompsonfvicefpresident, M. Schweder, A. Mueller, J. Welles, C. Lzlwfpresident. Those whose pictures do not appear: D. Dahm, A. Downing, D. Fierheller, 1. Rideout. Amanuensic attainments, a creditahle KrissfKringle party, stenographic sof ciety sessions, and a final festive fling at food and fun are the wouldfhe secretaries annual accomplishments. Such a Greggfarious gang! lla' D. Witthecker, L. Fletcher, J. Kasten, R. Hull, N. Guhl, H. Baehler f treasurer, P. Forsythe, R. Cremer. I-J. Collier, A. VVurtzellfvicefpres- ident, P. Hettinger, J. Anderson, P. Grattelo, J. Malott, E. Koelf ler. A. Lungwitz, M. Bush. lIffM. Young, D. Cowan, J. Recd, M. Engemoen, J. Hagedorn, R Noltemeier, N. Lighthart. lf-J. Landgraffsecretary, Miss Gramse f adviser, L. Hutmacher A. Meils, A. Dominguez, A Kortes, N. Butler, N. Groves N. Bordner. Ili-M. Riordan, L. Zimmerman, M Ament, L. Strohecker, Stocks. IW-D. Mayer, Miss Lemonfadviser, J. Winttfr, D. Yahnke, D Schroederfpresident, A. George L. Simmons, M. Smith, G. Raih Those whose pictures do not appear J. Benoy, S. Dawson, P. Stone, G Schoop. mzfztzilcz-fzidlzzfzf CJ?-fefndli 5 Jfanofz S0066 Among the finest, most distinctive rewards hestowed upon our super upperclassmen is admission to the National Honor Society. Active leadership, high scholastic ranking, upright character, and outstanding service these are the ennohling qualities of its eminent memhers. Standing Patricia Hoag, ose wh Ousle president, Wztqiier Collins, Margaret Riordan. . . I Y I . . Seated .lean Maltittfvicefpresident, Doris Rucker, Jean Landgraf, jean Collierfsecref tary, Mary Zanis, Mary Dupee, Marilyn Smith, Miss Mahel Bowersfadviser. Those whose pictures do not appear: Don Garns, Merlin Belle, Dorothy Berg, James Bode, Marilyn Chapman, Keith Eder, Rohert Ulaman, Paula Grattelo, Margery Haas, Rohert Heilman, John Hull, Glenn Maines, Letha Michel, WilIl1ll Newell, Dorothy Sauer, Donna Schroeder, Dale Smith, Lavina Sorn, Harold Vaughan, Jean Anderson, Gordon Vore, Alice Wurtzell, Evelyn Anderson, Alhert Grctter, Paul Jones, Ann Lawrence, Lorraine Martin, ,lack Sellke, Mary Ellen Tucker, Carol Vehmeier, Norma ,lean Voss, Maxine Young. ada' GMA The Girls' Cluh, headquarters at F. H. S. for helpful Hannah, has huzzed with hustling activity ever since the school year's premiere. An intensive twofweek magazine drive, hnuntiful haskets at Thanksgiving and Christmas, and adequate aid tn appropriate recipients: our allfschool service functions, these. Louise Ousleyffreshman president, Mary Dupeefsenior president, jean Landgraffpresf ident, Marjorie Smithfjunior president, Miss Helen Barclayfadviser, Jeanne Pnllockf sophomore president. 'ft r I in , if .,fCa.'c5l'iif2Jf.f?7tz.' 5 ' if-' ii Spccialists in darkroom dalwlwlings, thc "Prct:cIcnsmcn" do plenty of clicking for yc oldc "Polaris" Starting as "shuttcring" "Kodaf kiddicsf' thcy cnlargc thcir camcra capacity and rapidly dcvclop thcir photo prowcss .... from roll, to pack, to platc - - from fixcr, to proof, to print. III G. Sandstromfprcsidcnt, F. Donner, D. Griswold, il. Vaughan. II'--J. Sanders, E. Fox, Sward. I S. Push, M. Chapman, F. Frccrkscn. III Brcdal, I'IuIlfviccfprcsif dcnt, Mr. Hoff-adviscr, J. Krusc, R. Schirmcr. II -L. Roth, R. Donstad, R. Sandf Strom, Franz. I-fl. Klostcr, D. Nelson, B. john' son, J. Ncclyfsccrctaryftrcasf urcr. Thosc whosc picturcs do not ap' pcar: R. Bowers, S. Gray, L. Bay- lor, K. Smith. A reeordfbreaking day - june 8. Into the hands of eight hundred and Hfty hopefuls arrives a complete 19 4 2 "Polaris," Under cover remain the drooping staff, bowed by the trials and tribulations of publication 4 smug in the belief that you'll approve their efforts. CofEditorsfinfCl1ief Patty Hoag joe Ousley Business Managers jean Landgraf Bob Glaman Art Editor Copy Writers Dale Smith jean Malott Margery Haas Pl1otograpl1yEditor Keith Eder Glen Sandstrom john Hull, assistant Sports Editor Merlin Belle Glenn Maines, assistant Moitnters Paula Grattelo Jean Malott Marilyn Chapman Typists jean Anderson Alice Vwfurtzell Paula Grattelo Jean Anderson Alice Wurtzell Merlin Belle Dexter Knowlton Section Editors Doris jean Rucker Classes Dorothy Berg! Faculty Mary Dupeef- Seniors Marilyn Smithf- Index Mary Zanis- Index Margaret Riordan Clubs Nathan Hartzell, assistant photographer does not appear in the picture. Miss Yenerieh, editorial adviser Mr. Kloos, financial adviser HA c. Ill J. Shcctz. A. Rgiinpciithgil. D Ficrhullcr. P. uluhiisim, F. Pwttci' ll J. Hu1'msmcic1', LI. Iwhuldcii. V Vorc, R. Sticklc, R. Kaiiscr. C HlJl'ill1, If R. l3rmv1i, M. Limlgrcii, L. Dick insuii, Pcillufk f prcsinlciit, tl lln'thfsccrct:11'y. IV Vvhlcs, C. Caissmam, S. Fishur, D. Uulil. III NI. Wl3II1L'i9LiLll'ii'lI'CRlSLlI'Cl', E. Sccly, J. Compu, B. Mxilott, J. Ahcls. II J. VVuim'lsdm'ffviu'fpiwsidsiit, R. Ruscnsticl, L. Ouslcy, Miss Mca1i'sf4idvisui'. I A. Poggimklziss. R. Ucisur, lf Bruiwzikcr, N, Kii'chiM'1'g, V. Lniptl. Tiwsc wliusc picturcs do not LIPIWCIITI G. Cliixlmcs, H. Chiaimrs, T. Smith. R. Brown. Wc :irc thc iimlvrstiidius . . . hcgiiining I5CI'fOI'ITlC1'S, plziywrights, and pamtimiiinics. Bcwilduixxl by llic guiiigsfim in L1 diwimgitic production, wc probs into luck stage tuclmiquu, amd, www .md mimi, .ittcmpt ii plgiylct of our own. Hcudliucrs: kkWiCIIUfS fur WL'dl1CSklily','. Mussingk puppct pgigciintry ,.... :md lwcst of all .... thc Qllllllllli picnic. J. Messing, Miss Lloydfgidvisci' ,. . V. X If , ., r 1, 4, JF E ,j T ill! 5 J gl' .--: M.-fm...-5 LL--'L 'LL-'L E Mr. Enstromfadviser, R. Schroeder, L. Fislilaurn. Fisher, J. Wzlles, M. Wliitzlere. D. Ferguson, A. Boughton. M. Lindgren, T. Ptlsterer, B. Entinier, G. Raili, F. Hutcherson. J. Vaughan, F. Corran, V. Krueger, D. Nelson. We are the second year sophists . . . intrepid users of irrelevant, immaterial, and inconsequential evidence . . . lunehfhour loeutionists. NVe wrangled, reasoned, and relwutted in an East Aurora practice parleyg we diseoursed and diseussed compulsory military training until our little lile boxes were all talked out. We wisli we liad the poise and prestige of the varsity. Oli well . . . next year! J Bishop, M. Youngfsecretaryf treasurer. i ll D. Walterfvicefpresiclent, E. I A. Lawrence, M. Shrink, B. Ent mier. III B. Vxfomelsdorf, J. Collier, AI. Malott, Miss Schmicltfadviser. II N. Voss, S. Knohel, P. Vore, L Uraffpresident. I L. Dickinson, E. Ford. Freneliy little utterances, deeds, .... and scholars make our idiomatic existence exceedingly individual. W't' Frenchfified personalities have acquired a knack for slipf ping in a "tres" or 'xpetiten here and there and imagining we are a part of exciting and gay Paree. We may speak only tolerahle French with a few misplaced accents hut do we have fun? lvlais, ouilf Ill H. Chiames, P. VV'ickman, I: Wzlcliliii, M. Rees, U. Chiames .X-5, , ,1 , . .i ,S , I' ,: 4, 5 . . r' E P 'A I a ,f H, v, t' f' J f I J f 'f .lf 'Y.f,p-'zffp , , 15. ,. f' Tom- ,J .f- -e..- . .V .. '-1... Ilf -M. Zanisfsecretaryftreasurer, S. Pash, B. Fricke, R. Heilmanf vice-president, W. Kevern, K. Eder, M. Ivieyer. If fR. Beddow, D. Heilman, W. Col' linsfpresident, G. Vore, R. Mellott. lllf-L. Sorn, C. Vehmeier, E. Anderf son, J. Hull, Ousley. HffMr. Moersfadviser, J. Sanders, D. I..eBaron, K. Huber, D. Gallagher. I - R. Neberman, J. Eyler, D. Witt. Those whose pictures do not appear: B. Eberle, E. Ellsworth, N. Molter, V. Veer, V. Hageman, P. Lockwood, B. Hultquist. ,,,,..-.Y Last fall the future masters of retort, electron, and organism banded themselves into ll new society at F. H. S. Fortnightly, probcrs after the truth betake themselves to the physics laboratory, where startling phenomena of the ohm, ion, cell, and molecule are revealed before their searching orbs. Mileh is anticipated in the future from this foundling fellowship. Q. ,Q 4. IY4 IIIfffA. Love, J. Hird, R. Stauifer, A. Peterson. WA. Boughton, 1. Finley, I. Christen, A. Dominguez. If --Yf M. Perkins, B. Bruekart, 1. Frink. IH fL. Leilverfseeretary, I. Adams M. Qhley, E. Eilders, Miss Riegelfadviser. P. Harnanfpresident, D. Fouke D. Knauff, B. Canon, M. Seo field, M. Heitz. R. Chambers-vice'president, R. Mellott, E. Staasftrezisurer, C. Blackmore. Those whose pictures do not appear: C. Kappes, B. Guffey, P. Wiiitrmr. Baiselmll, lmsketlmll, and badminton. Boy, oh boy, girls, do we have fun!!! We have our heyfdziys and plziyfdnysg we practice "slimming" and svvimmingg come May, we invade Held and stream, pick posies, and concoet eomely corsages. 9 Q LQ. 12. G. Raih, J. Hageclorn, D. Cook J. Kasten, Klapp, B. Dale, E. Ferguson, A. Wurtzell, Miss L. Knappfadviser. a G. Vxfolfefvicefpresident. M. Ament, S. Dodson, L. Swartz. N. Bordner, L. Strohecker. Mrs. L. Laughlinfadviser, S. Rosenstiel, L. Scott, L. Shade' secretary, G. Greier, M. Adainf son, R. Chainhersfpresident, P. Harnan. B. Bordner, M. Scofield, L. Lieherftreasurer, M. Hille, M. Waigiier. Gracious in manner, lmpartial in judgment, Ready for service, Loyal to friends. To live up to such high standards as these is ever the aiin of the HifCl.R.'s. Do they do it? You hetcha!! 1 126 B Bw Having presented the,customary laurels to the opposition, we submit a salutatory survey of our own teams of the year - a jumbled glimpse of stars and flashes for the man in the stands a fleeting spotlight on the finest groups that have yet been ours. . l' ,gl ' fulnfia "Larry" Liebers Cozlelm Nwfll ld 128 Amlwoy ..... W. Rockford Freeport .. Freeport .. Freeport .. Elgin . . . E. Aurora .. L21 Sz1llefl'eru 1 XX. Aurora . .. "Marsh" Bruce "Howie" Hatch "Hershy" Hcwlmbcrgcr Hosky Hmkmg . . . 7 Freeport . . . . . 6 . . . . 6 Freeport . . .. . O . . .13 E. Rockford . . ...12 Knlgllf? ...14 Joliet ..... ... 0 . . . 7 Bloom ... ... O . . .13 Freeport . . . . . 0 ....ll Freeport .. 6 euowetl out . . .13 Freeport . . ... 6 Assistantfc ouch Bill yu l:llllU.'I'Sl7I1 Dave Dupec Lindsey Cap Krueger ni, ' 511 , i . - - - 459f"'rtl'?..1"-." ,fl '. -' " F 2413 rf 1 H. lll Coaeh D. Dupee, Co-captain Krueger, M, Bruce, R. Banks, D. Knaufl, G. Chiaines. L. Liehers, D, Grilliot. nl. C. Gul 1. Co-captain l.. Baylor, H. Hatch, Coach W. Fulkcrson, I1 17. Kieekhaeler, Sanders, R. Kinney, L. Fishhurn, L. Sehwitz, H, Hosking, D. Hershherger, R. Miekle, Hess, B, Lind' sey, ll. Holdelnan. l 17. Vv'ardell, M. llettepieee, Manager U. Brown, A, Georgalas, Leinhaeh, Randall, H. Zartinan, B. lVlel'herson, Manager B. Hermsnieier, l.. 'lll1UI1lPSUI1, Cl. Vs'unseh. Freeport! untried froshfsoph squad expeetantly opened the '41 season against an oversized hut unpolished Ainhoy eleven, and despite a valiant fight, the scrappy little "l'ret:ellettes'l lost the opener 7fo. Still to taste the fruits of vietory, the froshfsophs next played host to a wellfeoaehed, wellferiordinated Vsfest Roekford squad and again inet a 6-U defeat when an alert Roek- ford hack intercepted a stray pass and seampered for the lone touehdown. The little "Prem" hit their stride the following week and remained undefeated for three eonseeutive games in a splendid display of real foothall. First eame East Roekford, whom the sophs edged hy 13112 in a thrilling neekfandneek hattle. The "l'retf zellettesv then turned on their power and rolled over Joliet 1441 in prohahly their hest showing of the season. Bloom followed East Rockford and Joliet, and they too fell hefore the onslaught of the mighty "l'ret:" 741. However, gloom followed Bloom, and the little "l'ret:" fell hefore a fast, trieky Elgin eluh, who snapped their winning streak hy handing out a 1341 defeat. Playing East Aurora in a heavy downpour, the gallant "l7ret:" were overpowered 126. West Aurora also proved too mueh for Freeport, and the soplis elosed the season with a 13f6 defeat .... Wirli sueli a record hehind them, mueh can he expected of these future varsity stars. "Red" lvliekle The pick of the parade Floatfing to seeond 'if' 'P , ,., W.: 'lllfmc . Q?fL4J4'f'LcWz yfzreaazfi, Ill Coach H. Vw"ebcr, VJ. Rundall, E. Roesler, K. Volilken, 1. Lutz, R. Ferguson, B. Fickert, C. Wilson, M. Belle, Bode, K. Kerr, C. Dirksen. ll B. Lundquist, T. Ferguson, R. Brown, R. Bruce, P. Hartgen, Captain Pinnow. C. Geiger, B. Young, E. Wilson, G. Rod' dewig, Coach 1. Berner. I Manager 1. Winkler, G. Maines, R. Vvfolfc, N. Henze, G. Rohr, Manager R. Lang, D. Boekholder, V. Veer, K. Jacobs, C, Kuntlclman. H. Albert. Snow, cold, and persistent, devastating rain converted Freeport's gridiron into seas of mud in the fall of 1941 and drowned the championship hopes of a fighting "Pretzel" eleven, whose most potent weapon was a deadly aerial attack. The "Pretz" banged out a 1343 earlyfseason victory over a traditionally strong Dubuque "Ram" club and rolled on to defeat a highly touted West Rockford squad, 641, in opening their conference competition. East Rockford's raw, inexperienced varf sity next felt the sting of defeat as Freeport unleashed a furious offensive drive which culminated in a 'l6f7 triumph. However, the high riding "Pretzels M applef cart was unceremoniously upset the following week, 14f7, by the strong, wellfbalanced Joliet "Steelmen" in Captain a hard fought, bruising battle on the "PretZ" home field. In three inches of water, which equalized an otherwise lopsided contest, Freeport scored late in the fourth quarter to eke out a 6f0 victory over Bloom of Chicago Heights in a nonfleague performance. To resume conference play, the 'LPretzels" again took to the road, and again met disaster at the hands of an alert Elgin eleven who converted "Pretzel" mistakes into a 1247 victory. From that point on, rain, mud, snow, and more rain added to the gloom surrounding the F. H. S. gridiron as East Aurora's wellfnamed "Tomcats" played a smart, waiting game, pounced on two Freeport fumbles, and 'kslushednover an unseen goal' L'jarrin'-lohn" Pinnow "Ding" Belle ujacksonv Lutz "Shaker" Brown "Smiles" Geiger 4 U 1 1' wr, 1 1 Ill ' ' r W. . .. . wfmgf if "?1,f535,1.rQLr:? Rod" Roddewig k'Cotton" Wilsorm L'Fcrgic" Ferguson 'lBuddha" Wilsmprm Jim" Bode Freeport . . . . . 13 Dubuque ....,. . . . O Freeport . . . . . 6 W. Rockford . . . . . 0 Freeport . . . . . .26 E. Rockford . . 7 ..BOOkiC., Joliet . . . . . . 14 Freeport . . . . 7 Boekholdcr Freeport . . . . . 6 Bloom . . . . . O Elgin ..... . . .12 Freeport . . . . O E. Aurora ........ 14 Freeport .. .. O Lal Szlllefljeru --snowed out W. Aurora ....... 19 Freeport .. .... 13 Footlmll All Conference Team First Team -- - M. Belle, Pinnow Honorable Ivlention H-H C. Geiger, B. Brown f' Fx Xi, ' I " N Q X wistantfcozxcln Conch xl ' , owie" Vv'eber ' ' Berner x Nl" xt . -X . 3Slugger'9 " Q It-Iartgcln ..1 1 a 1 . N ,S I X' xx ' s' ' w XM! . X xl X x , XX 1 I "Adolph" Volmlken Changing at sciison of Llismiil outlook into one of cquailly lwrillizint success was thc fmt of Couch Dave Dupcc and his froslifsopli lwziskctccrs. Witli only onc lioldfovcr lcttcrnigin, tliis tcaun, lvy daluntlcss spirit and sliccr couraigc, fought its way into sccond pliicc in thu Big Eight coiifcrcncc and first in thc liczirts of all who saw tlicin in aiction. Dcspitc tlic loss of tlircc inidftcrinfitcs from tlic starting fivc, thc "Prctzcllcttcs" hung on grim' ly, :und although dislodgcd from tlicir lcztgucflczlding position, tlicy cincrgcd sccond only to ai big, fast West Aurora squad. nny Itrw llNl1 ipt nn st C, il Wiiiistli "Hcrsliy" Hcrslilwcrgcr "Rosy'4 Bank IJ -, y' . 5' 1" . . 1 i , A .. ,-, F ,A ,,. ,.., ,N , 5-,yiy E: ,-,f,,.,- fx ,, .,k,..- 4 ,. , . .. , ,,.. A ,J .N e- ...if 1. ,.f w.f,- 1..-A 1: Opening the season with impressive victories over Dixon and Sterling, they were jolted out of any airs of complacency hy a onefpoint loss to Lena. The "Prem," once having tasted the pangs of defeat, swung into a trail of victories that was not ter' ininated until they encountered the chain pftofhc, West Aurora, who foiled their attempts for tenfinfafrow hy only one point. "Les" Baylor L'Howie" Hatch "Bill" Lindsey Rolling over the "Rablets" The gallant "l'retz" proceeded to lose to previouslyfdefeated Duhuque and East Rockford hut "got in the grooveu again to defeat a good Joliet cluh he' fore closing the season with a defeat at the hands of West Rockford. Gage . . Conch Dave Dupec Freeport . . . Freeport . . . Lenzl . . . Freeport . . . Freeport . . . Freeport . . . Freeport . . . Freeport . . . Freeport . . . Freeport . . . Freeport . . . Freeport . . . W. Aurora Dubuque . . E. Rockford Freeport . . . W. Rockford 19 30 28 29 26 26 29 22 27 31 32 48 27 19 26 25 17 lll- Coneli D, Dupec, D. Hcrslilvcrger, L. Fishhurn, R. Banks, Rush, H. Hutch. Il- -G. Chizunes, L, Baylor, D. Ferguson, B. Lindsey, D. Wardcll. I ffMzmager M. McLeRoy, C, Wunsch, Captain D, Best, Manager B. Hermsmeicr. Dixon . . . Sterling . Freeport .. Dubuque .. La Salleflleru Shannon . . . Dakota .. Elgin .... F. Rockford F. Aurora . W. Rockford La Sallcflleru Freeport . . . Freeport .. Freeport .. Joliet . Freeport . . 14 24 27 14 13 24 21 20 li 'll 31 19 26 li 23 'll ll I Hi l l I Dixon ..,. .... 3 0 Freeport .,..... 40 Freeport ....... 3 2 Freeport ....... 40 Freeport ....... 35 Freeport . . .... 46 Freeport . . . .38 Freeport . . . .36 Elgin ..., . .si Freeport . . . . .34 Freeport . . .... 51 Freeport .. .... 40 Freeport . . . .36 Freeport . . . .37 Freeport . . .... 29 Freeport .,..... 42 Freeport ....... 44 W. Rockford . . .39 Centrzllia ...... 62 Moline ........ 40 Freeport .. Sterling . . . Springfield . Canton .... Dubuque . La Salle . . . Springfield . Milford . . . Freeport . . . F. Rockford F. Aurora . W. Rockford La Salle . . . W. Aurora Dubuque .. E. Rockford Joliet ..... Freeport . . . Freeport . . . Freeport . . . Freeport Regional Tournament Freeport ....... 48 Freeport ....... 41 Freeport ....... 54 Rockford Section Freeport ....... 49 Freeport ....... 26 Freeport ....... 42 Galena ..... Stockton . . . W. Rockford all Tournament Harvard . . . Sycamore . . . E. Rockford 28 21 29 4. on 25 21 24 22 27 19 38 37 31 22 27 24 29 38 39 M JJ li 12 32 31 23 29 Q ie Gfzctlffr rf' 1 Coziclx lvlerritt Allen State Tournament at c.:1i..mp.u, Freeport ....... Freeport . Centralia Freeport . Ill- -Coach M. Allen, M. Belle, R. Ferguson, L. Kraeht, G. Dirksen, B. Brown, Manager D. Boekliolder. ll-Y A. Wieland, C. Kuntzelman, B. Wolfe, Shoenliard, D. Garns. I -B. Young, G. Maines, Captain -I. Pinnow, T. Ferguson, A. Grettler. 42 Moline .... 29 Olney .... 45 Freeport. . . 31 Morton . . gn 24 24 42 .. 30 it' Wx. 1, V 1 .XJ 1, . 5. Flinging in Freeport fashion The longfawaited appearance of the mighty "l'ret:" disproved the general helief that all they need do was appear. Dixons "Dukes" upset the Ereeport squad 2320 in the non' league opener. The "l'ret:els" washed the hitter taste of defeat from their mouths the following night hy trouncing Sterling 402 I. A week of intensive drill prepared the l'l'ret:" for an unprecedented trek down' statc to Springfield and Canton. This southern campaign ended in success as a rapidly improving Freeport cluh defeated Springfield 3229, and took a thriller from Canton 40433. Returning to the home court, the "Pretzels" won a slow, drah 3427 conf test from the Duhuclue "Rams," The conference starter, won hy a margin of twentyffive points against a weak La Salle live, swelled the winning streak to five straight. ln a return engagement on the local floor, Mairk l7eterman's "Skyhallers" were handed their second defeat 3324. Small hut game lvlilford was taken in stride 3622 as the Hllretzu contemplated the more strenuous contests of their schedule. A smart, tricky Elgin squad snapped a sevenf game winning spree hy nosing E. H. S. out in a 3127 hreathftaker. The "Pretzels" hounced hack the following week to swamp inexperienced East Rockford 3449. Scorch' ing the net for a total of il points, Freeport rolled over East Aurora's "Tomeats" 51138, displaying some of the hest teamwork of the entire season. Wt'st Rockford, also lacking polish, joined the ranks of the defeated when the "Pret:" outpointed them 4087, Despite a definitely lackadaisical attitude, the tem' peramental "Pretzels" managed to eke out a 36131 victory over a wohlwly La Salle Club ALL CONFERENCE ALL STATE john l'innow guard Gerry Dirksen eenter tin lrksen center lvlerlin Belle forward Hi,m,ml41r- lm-,mlm Honoralale mention Hola Brown john l'innow Ivlerlin Belle wtun"jol1nny" Pinnow "Vv'illy" Young "Ding" Belle i'Dirk" Dirksen 'AShaker" Brown Q J , A.,-aC'.Z.gy6?l ifgfzoffmieid on the Ineas' home court. West Aurora, Duhuque, and East Rockford all fell hefore the "Pretzel" onslaught and F. H. S. sudf denly found itself in line for the conference pennant. Equal to the task, the "Pretzels" pulled all their tricks out of the bag to stage a glittering win over the "Steelmen" 44-'38, clinching the conference title. The followf 111g night an elated Freeport quintet relaxed into a 3968 defeat at West Rockford. Although league play was officially ended, Coach Allen's cagers still had a second southern trek in store. After a tiring trip to Centralia, roadfweary Allenmen managed only 39 points against Eddlemaifs 41 and his Orphanfmates' 21. North to Moline on their 600fmile jaunt, the local lads fell he' fore the Moline majors 4083, in a seasons end defeat. 3 ..RUg.. Ferguson "Fergie" Ferguson Q.. - -Q Mamsy Maines ..Pap,. Garns l Quintfessence of agility Rolling over Galena and Stockton, home courtmen shellacked West Rockford 5442, to cop the Regional Championship. The "Champaign or bust" local live, like a wellfoiled ma' chine, added new power for the Northwestern Illinois Sec' tional. Harvard fell 49f31g Sycamore, 2623, and East Rahs, 42f23. As yet un"busted," the Pretzel machine hegan Chamf paign competition hy swamping Moline 4224, definitely proving Pretzel superiority. They next conquered the Olney club in a 29f24 conflict. Again the Pretzels faced the mighty Ccntralia, and, as "Lady Luck" would have it, this titlefdesf tined team again defeated an equally good tif not hetterf?j Freeport team. Qur trulyfgreat boys showed what they were made of hy coming hack the same night and taking, from Morton, third place in the "Sweet Sixteen," 3160. Much could he said of this fine team, hut it is no different from any other Freeport team which has and will carry on the goodfsportsmanship, the true spirit of competition, and the glorious traditions of F. H. S. 7114251211 of . lflh Vim, Vigor, Vitality Vxfe present to you the einderfmen of F. H. S. With only three returning lettermen. Coach "Howie" Weber set out to huild a team which, although lacking the all around halance to make it a great team, produced several individual perf formers that were second to none. Led hy Captain Bill Young, these lwoys lwroke several longfstanding meet and school records and equalled or closely approached as many more. Rising to their greatest heights in defeating a traditionally powerful Sterling squad, a trio of senior stars, Young, Lutz, and Dirksen, set three records: Big Dirk's 47'5" heave of the shot, Lutz's 24:0 in the low hurdles, and Young's 11'1M" in the pole vault. However, these achievements, too, were later surpassed as Dirksen with a toss of III D. lvioore, R, Lang, D, Holdeinan, L. Siegineier, ll D. Grilliot, E, Vvalson, E. McGee, D. Hershlwerger, H. Alhtrt acohs, K, Kerr, C. Geiger, G. Dirksen. W. Young, Lutz flffztfliatffrzfzffffmzz-nl! 7f'Lczc5AfZlefL4 Coach H. Weber, A. Georgalas, Sturtevant, Baxter, Dorst D, Ferguson, C. Wunsch, H. Hatch, G. Chiamcs, R. Fleischer, A. Campbell, R. Schirmer, E. Willielins. R. Lundquist, F. Cassman, T, Hamon, I. Tretter, R. Wardell I. Guhl. 4310" and Lutz's timing of 23:5 set allftime school records. These performances, together with Boh Browns regular first in the discus and Ken -laieolfs tenacity in the mile run, highlighted the track season of '42. SCHEDULE April 10-Lena, Forreston, Freeport at Freeport April 14' -East Rockford, Freeport at Freeport. April 21' Sterling, Freeport at Sterling. Maxy 7 -fDuhuque, Freeport at Dubuque. May 97- State District at Rockford. May 15, low-State Finals at Champaign. May 19, ffWest Rockford, Freeport at Rockford. Mzly 23'-fBig 8 Conference Meet at Rockford. 34 51 212 :lf Mzxy 12W-FroshfSoph meet at Freeport. Couch D. Dupee and his golffistry in R2 , . Y Geiger and a twelvefpound grunt 'ia if X fi s lik 'Y 'NX Hin-fm' Q Q X A V., 1 X XA, if? 0 Q A ls 1 gf ifsfsgkgafii .sz E. M M mg3gfQsi'Q A A ,Lg ACL 6, ,hh RQ M- J' W"'sA , gf' 8 wx' jg W' m 1 X Q X K . A 5 Kiln! ,gg ,X Y VT' ,.. h -X f .Q I , Qi ' B S N Q 4. Q - gig J -.egg A K Q mf 3 agar V .. Y -'Q uf' ' Q. w, 9. Sk 1 f-44 ig x x uit lk 'N Q aa 4 ' 4- ' 11 4 . . A , ,I ' g ,,, ,V ' . 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We Qaae QOJIJJL To one just graduating from high school, the term commencement creates a feeling more of finality than of emharkation. Hencef forth we shall he separated from the place that has fostered our learning for the past four funful years, and we must part ways with those with whom we have lahored and laughed, struggled and succeeded. Un' daunted we go forth----determined to put into use the hest of our knowledge, resolved to keep faith with ourselves and the future. 7 474' MDW W1-W , jff'-:Q ' s 2 ,ff K' -jf we 44,444 0 261.4 ' " K I q f ir 'Ir ir ir ir 'Ir 'A' 'Ir 'Ir 'A' We offer trihute to the boys who have withdrawn from Freeport High School during the school year of 19414942 and have joined Our Counf try's armed forces. Claude Wilsoii - Army Billy Ccrloif 1 Navy Joe johnson -'- Army Air Corps Herbert Coon W- Army Lawrence Smith - Marines Richard Boyer 4 Marines Bill Porth --W Ivlarines Rohert Fonken ---- Ivlarincs Rohert Frink -f Coast Artillery Lieutenant Allen ---Y' Army 145 I 5'9.... Wil Adams, Doris--72, 78, 105 Hi-G-R 1-2-8: Drum majorette 2-3-4: Secretarial Club 8. ' Adamson. Mariann Louise-71, 125 Latin Club 2: Hi-G-R 1-2-8-4: Home Economics 1-2-3: G.A.A. 1: Play com- mittee 3. Albert, Harold Glenn-64, 73, 90, 91, 99,l00,104.l18,131, 140 Senior play: Football 4: Track 8-4. Ament, Maxine-72P1 10, 115. 125 Philos 8-4: Hi-G-R 1-2-8-4: Home Eco- nomics 1-2-8-44' GA.A 1-2: Play co Bordner, Belva-67, 70, 77, 78, 104, 115, 125 Spanish Club 3: Hi-G-R 1-2-3-4: G.A.A. 2: Student Council 1: Treble Clef 1-2-3: Operetta 1-3: A Cappella 2-3: Play com- mittee 8: Drum majorette 2-3-4. Bordner, Norma-70, 110, 125, 142 Philos 3-4: Hi-G-R 2-3-4: Home Econom- ics 1: G.A.A. 1: Play committee 3: Sec- retarial Club 4. , Bose, James-72 Boyer, Richard-67 ' Bremer Edwin F -63 mittee 8-4: Secretarial'Club 8-4. H995 Lette1:men's Club 2-3: Football 1-2: Anderson, Dan--63, 143 Latin Club 2: Football 2: Track 2- . Anderson. Jeanl-65, 110, 115 'l Basketball 1-2-8. Brillhart, Mary Jean-67, 76. 81 Treble Clef 1-2-4: Band 2-3-4: Orchestra 4: Operetta 1. E1'Q,':,'f::,'1.9l:2.J'i: Ph20'tE'49 G'A'A' 11116 Brinkmeier Haro1dA 68 : 0 ' 8: ' '7 Honor Society 14: Segrxsrlalwiixnglgifvl Entefeg from Sean CRY 4' 9 , tt 1 1 Arch' su18"'7? H W 21124. Lf: Secretarial Club s. Artman, B111-63, 77, 78, 142 Brown, Ge0rge-67, 112, 141 Bind 1-2-8-4. Baebler, Hazel-4-65, 67, 110, 115 Latin Club 2: Philos 4: Home Economics 2: Student Council 1: Treble Clef 1-2: Operetta 1: A Cappella 2: Play commit- tee 4: Ogeretlts mmmittee 1-3: Secre- tarial Clu 8-41, tre urer 4. Baker, Lucille--72 Entered from Lena Hia School 4. Bamberg, Esther I.-67 G.A.A. '1: Opetetta 1. ' Banos, Afthan-70, 73 Baxter, Grace-63 Home Economics 1: G.A.A. 1-2. Becker, Betty Jane-67 H1-G-R 2. Beddow, J. Robert-11, 73, 75, 83, 5, Lit 90, 91, 92, 94,100,105,123,143 Class secretary 1: Class vice-president 2 Latin Club 2: Mask and Wig 3-4: Indi- vidual speech entries 4: Science Club 4: Operettl 1-8: A Cappella 1-2-3-4: Junior play: State one-act play 8-4: Senior play: Golf 8: Vocal contest 2-3-4: Paint and Patches 1-2. Belle Merlin--11 67 99 105 108 Lettermen's Club 2-3-4: Golf 1-2-3-4. Brown, Robert P.-11, 12 131,137 138, 139, 14 Lettermen's Club 2-8-4: otball 1-2-8- , Basketball 1-8-4: Track 3-4. Buss, Betty Jane-67, 114 Hi-G-R 3: Home Economics 8-4. Cain, Robert-71 , Q Play committee 3-4. Latin Club 2 Student Cou 1 : Band 1 2 3 4 Junior play Swimming 2' Solo and ensemble contests 2 3 Chapman Marilyn 69 72 89 90 Latin Club 23 Philos 8-4: Ma and Wig 84 Honor Society 4' 'Polaris' jjatf 4 Junior play Senior play: Play committee 8 4 Camera Club 4: Cheer- leader 2 3 4 Paint and Patches 2. 1er Jean-63 88 91 93, 97 11 , 115, 116. 2 - French Club 1-2-3-4: Phil s 3-4: as and Wig 3-4: N.F.L. 1-2-3-4, vice resi- dent 3, president 4: Individual s eech ries 2-8-4: Honor Society 3-4, secretary 4: Band 1-2-8-4: Senior play: Play com- mittee 3: Debate 2-3-4: Sophomore Ora- Cannon, Gene--63, 77, 99 101,105',1l8,1E,143 ' , 0. .12 , k 137,138,139,142 Latin Club 2-4: Philos 3-4, s retary- treasurer 4: Lettermen's Club 1-2-3-4: Honor Society 4: Student Council 4, president 4: "Polaris" staff 4: Football 1-2-4: Basketball 1-2-8-4: Track 1-2-4: Tennis 8-4: Play committee 4. Berg. Dorothy-1-64, 69, 110. 118 1121, 111, 113, i1s,'12i, eg o Latin club 2-sg Philos a-4: G.A.A. 1: 'Xp Honor Society 4: Play committee 3-4: "Polaris" sta!! 4. Bergemann, Alvin-63 Swimming 2. Best, Vernon C.--72 Entered from Davis High Sc ool 4. Bingner, Deloris-70, 73 Secretarial Club 8. Bloyer, jack H.--72. 112 P ay committee 4: Lettermen's Club 3-4: Football manager 8. Bode, ,lim-63. 100, 113, 131, 133. 14 Lettermen's Club 4: Honor Society 4: A Capgella 2: Junior play: Football 8-4: Basket all 1-2: Golf 8-4: Play committee 8: Sophomore Oratorical. Boekholder, Don-6 66, 7, 131, 133, 137, 143 Class secretary 8 : etter 's Club 2-3-4 : Football 2-8-4: Basketball -2-3: Track 4: Sophomore king: Basketball manager 4. Bolender. Phyllis Mae--66 G.A.A. 1. Bonn, Marvin 146 1 'J l Donker, Catherine-72, 142. Latin Club 2: Home Economics 1-2: Play committee 3: Operetta committee 3ESecretarial Club 3: Paint and Patches 1- . Donstad, Everette-62, 72, 109. Spanish Club 3-4, vice-president 4: Let- termen's Club 3-4: Football 1-2: Basket- ball 1-2-3: Track 1-2-3: Football man- ager 3. Dupee, Mary--6 5, 72, 77, 79, 80, 89, 90, 108.110.l16.1l7,118,143,144. Girls' Club class president 4: Latin Club 2-3-4: Philos 3-4: Honor Society 3-4: "Polaris" staff 4: Band 1-2-3-4: Orchestra 2-8-4: Senior play: Co-chair- man of Prom 3: Play committee 2-8: Sophomore Oratorical: Solo and ensemble 110 contests 1-2-3-4. Eberle, Barbara-71, 903 Latin Club 2-3: Spanish Club 8 4: Philos 3-4: Hi-G-R 4: Home Economics 1-2: Science Club 4: Play committee 8-4. Eder,'Keith M.--63,108,1l0,118 123. Latin Club 2-3-4, treasurer 4: Philos 8-4 , Honor Society 4: Science Club 4: "Pol- aris" staif 4: Play committee 3-4: Model Airplane Club 8. Eichenberger, Ralph-69. Play committee 3: Track 2: Swimming 1. Eilders, Arthur--68. Eilders, Paul-62, 111. Student Council 4. Bmford, Deloris M.-70. glome Economics 1-2: Play committee Fairbairn, Vernon-65. Faist, Bud-6 5, 66. Track 2-8: Tennis 3. Ferguson, Eloise-67, 114, 125. X Hi-G-R 1-2-8-4: Home Economics 2-3-4: Play committee 2-8. N Finley, Phyllis-68, 70. Operetta 2: Play commi tee 3: Secre- tarial Club 8. Fischer, Carriebelle--7 3. Hi-G-R fl: G.A.A. 1-3-4: Operetta 1: Play committee 2-B-4. Fleischer, Kenneth-62, 70. 112. Lettermen's Club 2-3-4: Football 1-2: Basketball 1-2-3. Ford Elizabeth-64 122 school reporter 4: Opel-etta -lt, French Club B-4: Band 1-2-8: Orchestra Collins Wagneri-11 65 69 70 79W 1-2-3: Solo and ensemble contests 1-8. so, 90, 91, 92, 107, 112. 116, 123 , myths, Peggy-70 115- 1 Latin Club 2: Mask and Wig 3-4: Foren- sics 2: Lettermen's Club 2-3-4: Honor Society 3-4: Science Club 4, president 4: Orchestra 1-2-8-4: Junior play 2-3: State one-act play 4: Senior play: Basketball -2. Crockett, Carol-66, 67, 89, 90, 99, 100,101.105. G.A.A. 1-2: Senior play: Play committee 2-3-4: Operetta committee 3: Cheerleader 8-4: Secretarial Club 8. Davis. Robert-68, 90. Senior play: Sophomore ratorical: Ca era Club 1-2. Dawson, Shirley Lynn-71. 88, 90, 91 Hi-G-R 1-2-8-4: Junior play: Senior play: Secretarial Club 8. enton, Gladys-67. Latin Club 2: Hom Economics 1-2: Secretarial Club 8. 'ckman. Dorothy ,lean-68. 114. Home Economics 3-4: Treble Clef 8-4: Operetta 8. Dirksen, Gerry-11, 64, 113, 123, 131, 137,138.139.14O,141,142. Lettermen's Club 2-8-4: Football 4: Basketball l-2-3-4: Track 3-4: Tennis 2: Play committee 2. Ditzler, Robert-67. Entered from Davis High School. Dodson. Shirley Ann-69. 70, 125. Hi-G-R 1-2-8-4: Operetta 1. Home Economics 1-2: Play committee ,112-3: Secretarial Club 8-4, Fricke. Betty lane-66, 114, 123. Hi-G-R 3: Home Economics 3-4: Science Club 4: Play committee 2-8. Frink. Dick-71. 101. Spanish Club 8: Play commi tee 4. Frink, Bob-64. Fuller, Carolyn ,lean-63. Treble Clef 2-3-4: Operetta 1-8: A p- pella 2-8: Play committee 4. Gann, Evelyn M.-67. G.A.A. 1: Operetta 1. Garns, Don-72, 73. 111,112, 137. Class president 2: Latin Club 1-2: Let- termen's Club 2-8-4: Honor Society 8-4: Student Council 1-4: Football 1-2: Bas- ketball 2-8-4: Track 8-4. Geiger, Clarence-71, 113, 131 140, 141. Lettermen's Club 3-4, vice-president 4: geaoiiball 1-2-3-4: Basketball 1-2-8: Track Geiser, Bill-64. Geiser, Jean Louise-71. Home Economics 2: Secretarial 1 b 3. George, Audrey-71. 90, 115. Latin Club 1: Home Economics 1 reble Clef 1: Operetta committee 8: peretta 1:4 Play committee 3-4: Secretarial Club Vw. Gerloff, Billy Gitchel, Lloyd Lawrence-6 . Glaman, Robert-1, 65, 71, 73, 118. Honor Society 4: "Polaris" staif 4: Play committee 3. Graf, Loretta-69, 71, 110, 122. French Club 1-2-3-4, president 4: Philos 8-4: Play committee 3-4: Operetta com- mittee 3: Secretarial Club 8: Paint and Patches 2. Grant, Eileen M.-64, 69. Home Economics 1-2: Play committee 3. Hyslop,Bob-67, 113, 141. , vi ass vice-president 1: Class secr ry- easurer 2: Latin Club 2: French lub 3-4: Lettermen's Club 3-4: Band 1-2: Basketball 1-2-3-4: Track 1-2: Golf 1-2- 3-4: Tennis 2-3. lsely, Elizabeth Ann-68. Entered from Monroe High School 4. Jacobs, Kenneth-68, 113, 131. 140. Lettermen's Club 8-4: Football 2-4: Basketball 2-3: Track 1-2-3-4. johnson, Mary Jeanne-63, 66, 88, 90, 93, 94,100, 143. G 1 P I LatindClub 2: NBF.L. 2-3 4, saeiretlgry 4: tt , -64, 69,110, I d' ' ual s eec entries 2- - : enior rT1fq15ali?8Iean pllayl? Play gammittee 2-3-4: Debate 2-3- 1 Latin Club. 2. Philos s-4: G.A.A. 1-2: 'f.:,i2p,f','f5n'f.'fm2Q:'ffQfa1' Jam' queen' Seniaaf Lyon, Mary Ellen-62, 73. ' 5-Ii-G-R 1-2: Home Economics 1-2: G.A.A. Maines, Glenn-72, 112, 118, 131, - 137,139.143. Lettermen's Club 2-3-4: Honor Society 4: "Polaris" stat! 4: Football 2-4: Basket- ball 2-3-4: Play committee 3. Malott, Jean-72, 76, 79, 80, 101, 110,l15,116,118,120,l42. French Club 1-2-3: Philos 3-4: onor Society 3-4, vicepresident 4: "Polaris" staff 4: Band 1-2-3-4: Orchestra 1-2-3-4: Solo and ensemble contest 2-3-4: Secre- tarial Club 3-4. Marsh, Kenneth-64. McLeRoy, Ada Louise- 1. Honor Societ 4: Student Council 4: - - "Polaris" stall 4: Secretarial Club 3-4. l Johngon, Phyllis-62, 111, 142. Mglegrggapcls h S h . . Student Council '1-4: Paint and Patches n mm Bins lg c 001 4' Gfay, l0YCe DlXlC-69- 72- 5 2, Mellott, Ruth Louise-67, 77, 114, Hi-G-R 4: Home Economics 1: .A.A. 1-q 14 Jones Clara AHHWQ68 123, 124' A 2' Sec'e"""" mu" 3' PM com'-me 3- ' 2:lz:.1."1a'l:ll.ffrlf:B:.f-113-54Sr-44.3-2-3-41 Gray, Robert George-65. Jf jg Qwuffaey, Ross A.-63, 65, 91, 101, 109. ittee 2-3-4: Camera Club 2-3: ,Soci?llYcl- Gray, Shirley Vahn-64, 90, 1. 142. Spanish Club 2-3-4. president l MHS f Ore Ofafvfical- Entered from Sycamore High School 3: and Wlg 3'45 'Tumor play' ' M yet-,leanl-1eT62 78' Senior play: Camera Club 4' Kilim' Wiilter-s-69' 117111 4 Pl ' Ei-G-R'2-:1-4'G14cli-plesigent 4:01 b aa 1 Groves, Nanc Ann---64. 69, 114, 115. .tin Glu 22 dence V 5 Vw ' conomlcs- 5 ' ' ' 7 , amen u 5 Latin Club Home Economics 2-3- ' mlttee 3'4' 3:53. gqagzziitfarggf accalaureste G.A.A, 1-2-3: Play committee 3: Sopho: more Oratorical: Secretarial Club 3-4: Paint and Patches 2. Haas, Margery-10, 65, 68, 76, , 108, 118. Latin Club 2-3-4, president 4: Phil 3- 4: Home Economics 1: Honor Society 4: "Polaris" staff 4: Band 1-2-3-4: Senior play: Play committee 2-3-4: Sophomore Kincannorl, Ruth M.-83. Treble Clef 2-3-4: Operetta 1-3: A Cap- pella 3-4: Play committee 1. . Knohel. Shirlee-65, 122. French Club 3-4: Spanish Cl 1-2: PIMQ committee 3: Operetta committee 3. Knowlton, exte 6 70, 90 110, 1 18. 1 Oratorical. - gaaltin Cpu? , as 4Clug 3-4: Pliilos - : " oaris" : unior pay: Hagedorn, Joan-68, 110, 115 Swimming 1-2: y -committee 4: Soph- 125, 142. l omore Oratorlcal: Paint and Patches 1-2. Latin Club 2: Philos 3-4: H'-G-R 2-3-4: ' -. Play committee 1-3: Secretarial Club 3-4. Kgggfftbfanan Fern 72' Hannah, Betty lean-69. gecretarial Club 3-4: Paint and Patches ' X Harnan, Patricia-73, 100, 124. 125. Hi-G-R 3-4: G.A.A. 2-3-4, president 4. Hartzell, Nathan-68. "Polaris" stat? 4: Operetta 1: A Cap- pella 1-4: Senior play: Camera Club 2- Hellman, Robert-64, 104, 123. Honor Society 4: Science Club 4: Play committee 3-4. Hermsmeier, Bill-- 79, 8 11 130,136,141. ' ' French Club 2-3: Let rmen Club 3-4: Orchestra 1-2-3-4: Football na er 4: Basketball manager 3-4. E Hillman. DeLalne-72. Spanish Club 1-2: Hi-G- : Play com- mittee 3: Sophomore Or torical: Secre- tarial Club 3. Hoag, Patrlcla-1, 62, 68, 9 110. 116, 118. Girls' Club class presl ent 3: L 'n Club 2-3, secretary 3: Spanish Club 3-4: Philos 3-4, vice-president 4: Mask and Wig 3- 4: Home Economics 1-2, president 2: Honor Society 3-4: "Polaris" stat! 3-4, goadgtor 4: Sophomore Oratorical: De- a . Hornberger, Claribel Dixie--67 Home Economics 2: G.A.A. 1-2. Howe, Dick-67, 70, 83, 85. Operetta 1-3: A Cappella 2-3-4. Huber, Kenneth-67, 99,111,123.14 Science Club 4 : Student Council 4. Hull, Iohn M.-64,1l0,118,119,l23. Spanish Club 1-2-3: Philos 3-4: Honor Society 4: Science Club 4: "Polaris" staff 3-4: Camera Club 1-2-3-4, president 3, 'vicepresident 4. Kuntz, Bob-67, 143. A Class vice-president 3: termen's Club 2-3-4: Student Council 2: Football 1-2-3: Basketball 1-2-3. Kuntz, Eleanor Eileen-67, 83. Treble Clef 8-4: Operetta 3: A ppella 4. Kurth, Iacob Paul--68, 100, 105. Latin Club 2: Play committee 1-2-3- . Kurtz. Donald-65, 105. Mask and Wig 3-4: Play committee 1-2- 3-4. Landgraf, lean-1, 69, 70, 110, 114, 115, 116. 117, 118, 143. Class president 3: Girls' Club class pres- ident 1-I2, president 4: Philos 3-4: Home Economics 1-2-3-4, president 1-3: Honor Society 3-4: "Polaris" staff 4: Freshman queen: Baccalaureate leader 3: Secre- tarial Club 3-4, secretary 4. Lang, Robert-73, 112, 131. 140. Lettermen's Club 3-4: Football manager 3-4: Track 3-4. Law, Catherine M.-68, 114. Home Economics 3-4, president 4: Treble Clef 1-2: Operetta 1-3: Senior play: Play committee 3-4: Paint and Patches 1-2. LeBaror1. Dale-70, 108. 123. Latin Club 4: Science Club 4. Lee, Bill--68. Leopold, Merlyn Henry-62. Lieber, Lois-68, 100, 101, 12 , 5. Hi-G-R 3-4, treasurer 4: G.A.A. 2-3-4, secretary 4: Play committee 2-3: Secr tarial Club 8. Lloyd, Ralph Loewe, Gwendolyn-63. Ludolph. Morris-64, 76. Band 1-2-3-4: Orchestra 2: olo and en semble contests 1-2-3. Meyer, Mary Florence-A64, 110, 123. Philos 3-4: Science Club 4: Play c mittee 3-4. Meyers, Raymond-73, 101, 105. ?s5nd 1-2-3: Solo and ensemble contests Michel, Letha-71, 88, 90. 91, 92. Latin Club 2: Mask and Wig 3-4: Honor Society4: Junior play: Senior play: Play committee 1-2: Camera Club 1: Paint and Patches 1-2. ' Miller, Margaret-71, 83, 89, 90, 91. 110. Philos 3-4: Treble Clef 1-2-3: Operetta 1-3: Cappella 2-3-4: Senior play: Play committee 1-2-3: Sophomore Oratorical: Vocal Contest 2-4: Paint and Patches 1-2. Molter, Norbert-7 2, 11 1. Science Club 4: Student Council 4: Pl L- committee 4. Morton, john-72, 141. lf 3-4. ueller, Eleanor-64. Home Economics 1-2. eberman. Roy-72, 7, 123. Science Club 4. Neuberger, Harold F.-73. Entered from Leaf River High School 4: Science Club 4. Newell, Wilma Irene-73. ss, saga! Honor Society 4: Treble Clef 1-2-3 a d 1-2: Operetta 1-3: A Capella 2-3-4: Pla fr committee 3: Vocal contest 2-4' Pain and Patches 1 2 Olson, Wanda-65, 90, los. eip M Senior play: Play committee 2 : eer- - leader 2-3-4. Ousley, Ioe-1, 62, 68, 90, 10, , 118,123,143,144. . Latin Club 2-3, treasurer 3: Philos 3-4: ask and Wig 3-4: Individual speech entries 2: Honor Society 3-4, president 4: Science Club 4: Student Council 1: "Polaris" staff, co-editor 4: Operetta 3: A Cappella 2: Junior play: Senior play: co-chairman of the Prom 3. Pappas, May-72, 99. Paugel, Viola G.-63, 114. glgme Economics 8-4: Play committee Pearson, Bob-68. Latin Club 1-2. Peck, Bob-64. ' Operetta 1-3: A Cappella 1-2-3-4: Track 2: Play committee 3-4. 147 5 ' fmfea Peight, jack Charles-63, 99. Phillilps, Levon Mary-71. Tre le Clef 8-4: Operetta 1-3. ' Pinnow, john C.-11, 62, 66, 127, 131,137,138. Class president 1: Lettermen u 2-3- 4: Student Council 1: Football 1-2-3-4, captain 4: Basketball 1-2-3-4, captain 4: Track 1-2-3: Freshman king. Plttsley, Robert--64, 70, 77, 79, 81, 83. Latin Club 2-8: Band 3-4: Orchestra 1-2- 3-4: Operetta 8: A Cappella 2-3-4: Soph- omore Oratorlcal. A Porth, William-1--63, 105. Band 1-2-s. , Rayhorn, Mildred Isa lle-71. G.A.A. 2: Treble Clef 4: Operetta 3: Sophomore Orartorical. Reedy, Lyle-67, 68, 113. Class vice-president 4: Lettermen's Club 2: Basketball 21-3: Track 8: Junior king. Rees, Marjorie--68, 114. Home Economics Regez, Ernest-'71. ' Regez, Ervin-66. Riordan, Margaret-11, 63, 77, 78, 88,100,107,110,115.116,118. Spanish Club 1-2-8, V?-president 2: Philos 8-4: Mask and ig 3-4: Home Economics 1-2: Honor Society 3-4: "Po- laris" stat! 4: Drum majorette 1-2-3-4: Junior play: Senior play: Sophomore Oratorical: Sophomore queen: Secretarial Club 8-4: Paint and Patches 1-2. Robieson. Ruth-62, 108, 110. Latin Club 4: Philos 8-4: G.A. , -2: Operetta 1: Sophomore Oratoric I Sec- retarial Club 3. Rosenstiel, Shirley jean--68, 83, 99, 110, 114.125, Latin Club 2: Philos 3-4: Hi-G-R -4: Home Economics 2-8-4: G.A.A. 1: Treble Clel' 2-8-4: Operetta 1-8: A Cappella 3- 4: Play committee 8: Secretarial Club 3. Roth, Laurell P.-71. Rucker, Dons jean-64, 65, 91, 9 108, 110,111,l16, 118. Latin Club 2-8-4: Philos 3-4: Mask and Wig 8-4: Home Economics 1: Honor So- ciety 8-4: Student Council 4: "Polaris" stat! 4: Junior play: State one-act play, all state cast 4: Senior play: Sophomore Oratorical: co-chairman Carnival 4: Paint and Patches 1-2. Rumelhagen, Lois-70, 111. Home Economics 1: Student uncil 4: Debate 2: Play committee 4: Sophomore Oratorical. Rutter, Betty I.--66, 73, 83, 90. Treble Clef 1-353: Operetta 1-3: Play committee 4: phomore Oratorical: A Cappella 1-2-8-41. Sabin, Robert-70, 71. 83, 85. gperetta 8: A Cappella 8-4: Swimming Salsbury. Margery-67. Fntered from East Rockford High School Salsbury, Maxine-66, 83, 1 14. Home Economics 2-3-4: Treble f 1-2- 8: Operetta. 1-8 :' A Capgella 1-2- -14: Play committee 1-2-8-4: Sop omore Oratorical: Secretarial Club 8. Sandstrom, Glen William-1, 73, 98, l00.102,111,l18,1l9,143. Spanish Club 8: Lettermen's Club 1-2: Student Council 4, vicepresident 4: "Po- laris" stat! 2-8-41: Senior play: Basketball manager 1: Play committee 3: Camera Club 2-8-4, vice-president 3, president 4: Senior king. Sauer, Dorothy Ann- 3, 89 0 91. 114. M- - Latin Club 2-8-4: H nomics 2-3- 4: G.A.A. 1-8: Honor ociety 4: Operetta 1: Senior play: Play committee 3. 148 .rl himpf, Jeanne-64, 70. French Club 1-2: Hi-G-R 3-4: Home Economics 1-2-3-4: Play committee 3-4: Secretarial Club 2-3-4. Schlegel, Ethel-63. French Club 1-2: Philos . Hi-G-R 2: G.A.A. 1-2: Treble Clef 2-3-4: Operetta 1-3: A Cappella 3-4: Cheerleader 2-3-4. Schleich, Cleo-66, 73, 114. '-G-R 2-8: Home Economics 1-2-8: lieretta committee 3: Play committee Sc leich, Dolores M.-63, 73. Home Economics 2: G.A.A. : Secre- tarial Club 8-4. Schoeliler, Ethel-62, 67, 90, 91, 92. State oneact play 4: Senior play: Play committee 8-4: Operetta committee 3. chreiner, Iune E.-64, 99. Home Economics 1: G.A.A. 1: Secrets 1 Stukenberg, Leona-64. Operetta 1-2: Play committee 3-4. Swartz, Lois jean-3, 62, 73, 90, l00,102,1l4.125. Hi-G-R 1-2-8-4: Home Economics 4: G.A.A. 1-2: Senior play: Senior queen. Thoman, Delmar S.-66. Play committee 8-4. Vaughan, Harold-62, 66, 110, 143. Class president 4: Philos 3-4, presiden 4: Honor Society 4: Senior play: Basket- ball 2-3: Sophomore Oratorical: co-chair- man Carnival 4: high school reporter 4. Vohlken, Kenneth P.-11, 61, 71, 112, 131. 133. Latin Club 2: Lettermen s lu : oot- ball 3-4. A Vore, Alberta Louise Lora-66, 72. Hi-G-R 1-2 ' G A A 1 ' Student Counci S Cllub D M 6 77 7 aqeavm Play committee 3-4.' c roe er, onna ae- 4, , 8? 79. 85- 110' 115' l ore. Gordon-66,.70, ss, 105, 1230,4,w Philos 3-4: Honor Soci 4: Band 1-2-3- 4: Orchestra 1-2-8: Operetta 3: A Cap- pella 3-4: Play committee 3-4: Vocal contest accompanist 4: Solo and ensem- ble contest 24 Secretarial president 4. 1 : u r uma Q . Seachrist, Nancy-62, 73. :Srianish Club 2-3: Play commi tee ,1-2- Shade, LaVaughn E.-63, 125. Hi-G-R 2-8-4, secretary 2-3-4: .A.A. 3. Siegmeier, William--68. Simpson, Warren-63. Camera Club 2 Smith, Dale-1,.62, 64, 101, French Club 1-2, Honor Society 4: Science Club 4: Student Council 1: Oper- etta 3: A Cappella 1-3-4: Senior play: Track 2: Play committee 3-4. Wagner, Clifton-70. Waldecker, Virginia Marilyn-71, 9 , 109, 1 14. Spanish Club 1-2-8-4: Philos 8-4: Home Economics 2-8-4: Senior play, Wales. Beatrice-68. 99. Hi-G-R 2-8-4: G.A.A. 32 Sect Club 3. Wienand. Eleanor June-71. Home Economics 1-2: Treble Clef 2. Wilson, Claude--131, 133. Latin Club 2-3 :. Philos 3-4: Hono So inchen Han.yi67- 77 mittee 8-4: Operetta committee 3. ensemble contgsm 2-3 ciety 4: -Polaris staff 4: Play om Latin dlub 2- Band 1-Q-3-4: Solo and Smith, George Entered from J. Sterling Morton, High School 4. - Smith, Marilyn--65, 69, 93, 9 , 99, 108,ll0,116. 118. Latin Club 2-8-4. vice-p e 4: Philos 3-4: Mask and Wig 3-4: Home Economics 1-2, vice-president 2: N.F.L. 2-3-4. secre- tary 3, vice-president 4: Individual speech entries 2: Honor Society 3-4: "Polaris" staff 4: Play committee 3-4: Operetta committee 3: Debate 3-4: Sophomore Oratorical 2: Paint and Patches 1-2. president 2. . Smith, Willard-66, 77. Latin Club 2: Band 1-2-3-4: Tr ck 1-2-3. Sna Alice M.-71 76 80 P, . . Band 1-2-s-4: orchesu-Q 1-2-3-4. Snyder, Carol Jeanne-72, 83, 9 . rench Club 1: Home Economics 1: G.A.A. 1: Treble Clef 1-2-3-4: Operetta 1-3: A Cappella 3-4: Senior play: Play committee 3-4. Sorn, Lavma May-67. 108. 110, 123. Latin Club 2-8-4: Philos 3-4: Hi-G-R 4: Home Economics 1-2: Honor Society 4: Science Club 4: Sophomore Oratorical. Spauschus, Hans-64, 71, 97. Class secretary-treasurer 4: panish Club 8: Philos 8-4: Lettermen's Club 3 42 Golf 8-4. S einmetz. Robert-66. Spanish Club 1: Football 1-2: asketb 1 2: Track manager 4. Stone, Patricia--65, 70, 88, 90. - Entered from Community High School. Sterling, 2: Latin Club 2: Spanish Club 3-4: Mask and Wig 3-4: Home Econom- ics 2: Junior play: Senior play: Play committee 3-4: Sophomore Oratlorical: Secretarial Club 4. Stukenberg, Alta Mae-63. :Latin Club 2: G.A.A. 1: Pl committee inter, june Elaine-69, 100. Home Economics 3. Winterland, Rita-69, 100. Home Economics 1-2: G.A.A. 1-2. Wittbecker, Doris-65, 68, 110, 115. Philos 3-4: Home Economics 2-8: Oper- etta committee 8: Sophomore Oratorical: Secretarial Club 8-4. Wohlford, Willard-70, 73, 91. Senior play. Wolfe, Geraldine--72, 114, 125. Hi-G-R 3-4, vice-president 4: Home Eco- nomics 4. L Q 3 Wolfe, Robert H.--69, 73, 113, 131, 132, 143. Woods, Violet-63. G.A.A. 1. Wurtzell, Alice-71, 77, 79 80, 110, l15,118,125. French Club 1-2: Philos 3- , i-G-R 1- 2-3-4: Home Economics 1-2: Honor So- ciety 4: Student Council 1: "Polaris" staff 4: Band 1-2-3-4: Orchestra 1-2-8-4: Play committee 2-8-4: Solo and ensemble contests 2-4: Secretarial Club 8-4. vice- president 4. Yahnke, Delores-65, 115. Philos 3-4: Home Economics 1-2: Play committee 2-8: Secretarial Club 8-4. Q I l Young, William C.---11, 71, 112, 127, 131, 132, 137,138. 139. 140. Let.termen's Club 2-8-4: Student neil 2-4: Football 1-2-4: Basketball 1-2-s-4: I Track 1-2-8-4. Zanis, Mary-69, 2, 9 , 109, 110, 1l6,118.123. Spanish Club 1-2-8-4: Philos 3-4: Mask and Wig 8-4: Honor Society 8-4: Science Club 4, secretary 4: Student Council 2: "Polaris" stat! 4: Play committee 2-3-4: Sophomore Oratorical 1-2: Secretarial Club 3: Paint and Patches 1-2. X Bruce, Bob, Jr.-73, 131, 132 Abels, Janice, So.--42, 70, 76, 78, 0 104,107,108,120 'Q Abels, Norma, Jr.-73, 79, 83, 7 Adams, Irma, Fr.-32, 124 Adams, Marie, So.-42 Adams, Marion, So.-42 Adamson, Lee R., Fr.-i32 Albert, Clifford, So.-42 Albert, Robert, Jr.-7 3 Alder, Marian, Jr.-73, 83, 87, 86, 87,l07,108,114 Alexander, Dorothy, r.- 3, 86, 87, 107 X Allen, Betty Lou, Fr.-3 2, 114 Allen, Mr. Merritt-18, 20, 113, 137 Ament, Paul, Fr.-32 . Anderson, Alice, Fr.-32 Anderson, Miss Christabel-2 Anderson, Evelyn, Jr.-73, 79, 108, 123 Anderson, Jim, So.-42, 77, , 81 Anderson, Robert, Fr. 39 41 Boswell, Charlotte, So.-42, 108 Boughton, Alice, So.-42, 97, 108, 121, 124 Bowers, Miss Mabel-18, 108, 116 Bowers, Rodney, Fr.-32 Bowers, Virgil, Fr.-32 Boyd, Milton, Jr.-73, 78, 76, 78, 81, 86,104,107,109 l'l'i-"nA-""' Brau, Barbara, So.-42 Bredal, Shirley, Fr.-32, 119 Breymann, Kenneth, So.-42, 109 Brinkmeier, Bob, Jr. Brobst, Bob, Fr.--32 Brock, James, Jr.-73 rokhausen, Don, So.-42 rokhausen, Patricia, Fr.-32, 41 Brown, Donald, Fr.-32, 40, 130 Brown, Lois Ann, Jr.-7 3 f Brown, Lorraine, Fr. Brown, Margaret, So.-42 Brown, Ramona, Fr.-32, 120 Bruba Antrim, Margaret, Jr.i7 3: 7 8, 77, ruba 87,103,108,111 Arbogast, Marjory, Jr.-7 3 Arbogast, Richard, Fr.-32 Armogost, Arthur, So.-42 Ascher, Kenneth, Fr. Atherton, Barbara, So.-42, 76 Atkins, Georgia, So.-42 Aurand, George, Fr.-39, 77, 81 Aurand, Lura, So. Baird, Phyllis, Fr.-32 Bamberg, Paul, So.-42 Banks, Roosevelt, So.-42, 129, 130, 134, 136 Barclay, Miss Helen-18, 117 Barker, William, Jr.-7 3 Bastian, Mary, So.-42 Bauch, Donald, Fr.-32, 41 ' Bauch, Robert, Jr.-73, 78, 107 Bruba ker, June, Jr.-7 3 ker, Lois, So.-42 ker, Pauline, So.-42, 120 Bruce, Marshall, Fr.-32,112,128,130 Bruce, Pearlie Mae, Fr.-32 Bruce, Sidney, Fr.-39 Bruckart, Barbara, Fr.-32, 124 Brumfleld, John, Fr. Bucher, Lilas, Fr.-3 2 Bunnell, Jerry, Fr. Bush, Marilyn, Jr.- 107,117 lf 39 1 73 77,78, cf.. X Buskohl, Ilene, Fr.- Buss, Lester, Jr. Butler, Nellie, Jr.-73, 79, 117 Cali, Jenny, Jr.-7 3 Camerer, Jeanette, Jr.-73, 83, 87, 108 ampbell, Adelbert, Jr.-73, 109, 141 palaumgartner, Mr. Reuben- non Barbara So -108 124 Baxter, Jack, Jr.-73, 141 Baylor, Leslie, So.-42, 71, 109, 113, 1 29, 1 30, 136 Becker, Ral h, Jr.-73 Becker, Richard, Fr.-32 Behrend, Betty, So.-42 Belk, Bob, Fr.-32 Bender, Charlene, Fr.-39 Bennet, Mrs. H. L.-28 Bennett, Gene, So.-42, 71 Bennett, June, So.-42, 09 Benoy, Joyce, Jr.-7 3 ja Berends, Emerson, So.-42 Berner, Mr. Jack-17, 131, 133 Berg, Blanche, So. ' Bergemann, Robert, So.-42 Best, Donald, So.-42, 134, 136 Bing, Karl, So.-42 Birkholz, Evelyn, Jr. Bishop, Elaine, Fr.-32, 122 Bitting, Mr. Harold-11, 13, 16, 111 Blackmore, Carol, So.-124 Blackwood, Mr. M. A.-20 Bloyer, Charles, Jr.--7 3 Boeger, Lois, Fr.-32 Boeke, Gordon, So. Bohlin, Iris, Fr.-32, 76, 78, 97, 107, 1 1 1 Bonebright, Dorothy, Jr.-7 3, 114 Bookman, Don, Fr. Bordner, Lawrence, Jr.--7 3 Bordner, Tom, Fr.-32 Bose, Frances, Fr.-39 Boslough, Kenneth, Fr.-32 3- 1 a - s Carnahan, Mrs. Bessie-23, 144 Carpenter, Mr. Theodore-19 Carstedt, Dorothy, Fr.-109 Carter, Edgar, So.-42 Cassman, Claire, Fr.-3 2, 41, 77, 120 sczmz mem Cramer, Dick, Fr.-32, 41 Cremer, Rita, Jr.-117 Cummings, Ray, Fr.-32 Dahm, Donna Mae, So.-42 Dame, Karl, Fr.-32, 40 Dame, Royal, Jr. anielson, Phyllis, Jr.-108 avenport, Miss Margaret-22 Davis, Mar aret, Jr.-7 3 Davis, Peari Jr.-73 Datt, Norma Jean, Fr. Dean, Delbert, So.-42 Deaner, Marilou, Fr.-32 Deemer, Irma, So.-42 Deery, Jerome, So.-42 De Gan, Alberta, Fr.-39 De Gan, Robert, Fr.-32, 92 Deike, Elsie, Fr.--3 2, 114 Deininger, Pauline, Jr.-73, 98 Dennis, Charles, Jr.-7 3 DeVore, Gloria Jean, So.-42, 120, 122 DeVries, Donald, Jr.-73 Dickinson, Lois, So.-42, 120, 122 Diddens, Mrs. William-29 Diddens, Paul, So. Dietmeier, Betty, Fr.-32 Dietmeier, Robert, Fr.-32 DiMaggio, Sammy, Fr.--32 Dir, Irma, Fr.-39 Dir, Wayne, Jr.-73 Dirksen, Phyllis, Fr.-3 2, 41, 81, 109 Ditzler, William, So.-42, 76, 78, 79, 80 Dixon, Harold, So.--42, 71, 112 Dodson, Charles, Fr.-32 Doerr, Virginia, Fr.-32 Doll, Robert, So. llgomirngueg Qing, Jr.-737, 79, 117, 124 a ue, o , o.-42, 6 ' ahue, William, Jr.-73, 79,111,113 W onker, Roger, Jr.-73 Donner, Frank, So.-42, 71, 119 Donstad, Bob, Jr.-73, 98, 109, 119 Dorst, George, Fr.-39, 141 Dorst, Mary, Jr.-7 3 Downing, Alice, Fr.-32 Dreyer, James, Fr.-39 DuBois, Floyd, Fr.-32 Cassman, Fred, Jr.-73, 99, 107, 141 M ' Jfjumpman, Ruth, So,-42 Chambers, Rea, Jr.-73, 107, 111, 124, 127 F Chapin, Jean, r.--32 Chapman, Jack, Jr.-141 LU ' V Chapman, Robert, Fr.-39 Cheeseman, Eugene, Jr.-73 Chiames, George, Fr.-32, 34, 104, 112,129,130,136,141 Chiames, Georgia, So.-42, 71, 122 Chiames, Helene, So.-42, 71, 122 Christen, Irene, Fr.-32, 124 Clark, Eva, Jr.-73 Clark, Paulene, Fr.-39 Clay, Arthur, Fr.-32 Cline, Bill, So.-42 Clock, Jerry, Fr.-3 2, 80 Collalti, James, Fr.-32 Condit, La Verne, So.-42, 76, 108 Cook, Dorothy, r.-73, 80, 83, 108, 127 Cooke, Jacqueline, Fr.-32 Coon, Herb, Jr.-73 Cooper, Joyce, So.-17, 31, 42, 0, 77, 79, 97, 108,120 Cooper, Warren, Fr.-39 Corran, Fred, So.-42, 48, 71, 121, 141 Cowan, Doris, Jr.-73, 83, 87, 117 Crabtree, Hazel, So.-42 Duncan, Jack, Fr.-32, 141 Dunn, Betty, Fr.-32, 76 Dunseth, Rogene, So.--42 Dupee, Mr. David-19, 33, 128, 130, 136, 141 Durling, Jack, Fr. Dyslin, Ireta, Fr.--32 Dyslin, Maurice, Jr.-7 3 Earlenbaugh, Grace, Fr.--32 Earnest, Bill, Jr.-73 Earnest, Kenneth, Fr.-39 Eastman, Loraine, So.-42 Eberle, Robert Jr.-7 3 Eder, Harold, So. Eggemeier, Bernice, Fr.-32 Eilders, Eleanor, Fr.-32 Eililersi Ellmiel, Fr.-E32, 114, 124 un , ristine, r.--32 . Eklund, Clara, Jr.--73, 109 M M Eklund, William, Fr.-32 I Ellsworth, Everett, Jr.-7 3, 112 Engelhart, Dick, Jr.--7 3 Engemoen, May, Jr.-73, 117 Ts ' yr . ngle, Benny, Fr.-32 ngle, James, Jr.-7 3 gle, Jean, So.-42 Engle, Norma, Jr.-73 149 Enstrom, Mr. Ralph-24, 121 Entmeier, Betty, So.-42, 51, 121, 122 Entmeier, Dorothy, Jr.-5 3 Entmeier, Joyce, Fr.--39 Entmeier, Wilma, Fr.-39 Enzler, Edward, Fr.-32 Ep ing, Arline, So.-42 Erdamier, Anna Lou, Fr.-39 Erdmier, Don, So.-42 Erdmier, Jean, Fr.-32, 114 Euler, Dolores, Fr.-39 Euler, Frank, Soi.-42 M Ewing, Jim, So.-1-42, 109 Eyestone, Lucille, Jr.-5 3, 83, 97 Eyler, Jack, Fr.-+-123 Fairbairn, Mar'qrie, So.--42, 83 Falk, Dolores, bo.--42, 124 Farnham, Bevergy, So.-42 Fechter, Richar , So.--42 Feiler, Shirley Mae, So.-42 Feller, Dorothy, Jr.-5 3, 86, 87 Fenton, Frank, J1r.-53, 11 1 Ferguson, Dan, So.--42, 108, 111, 121,134-,136,141, 193 Ferguson, Rogen, I5-53, 59, 109, 112 131 137' George, Donna, Fr.--8, 32, 41 Gerlich, Virginia, Fr.-32 Gettemy, Henry, Fr.-32 Giesey, Anna Jean, Fr.-32, 105 Gilbert, Betty Jane, Fr.-3 2 Gitchel, Della, Jr.-53 Gitz, Cleatus, Jr.-5 3 Gitz, Paul, Fr.-32 Gore, Betty, Jr.-53 Grail, Bennett, So. Graff, Lois, So.-45 Graham, Joseph, Fr.-32 Gramse, Miss Clara-21, 115 Graves, Esther, Jr.-53 Graves, Jean, Jr. Gray, Fred, Jr. Gray, Marion, So.-45 Green, Lois, Jr.-53 Greene, Lois, Jr.-53, 109 Greenlee, Myrtle, Fr.-32 Greier, Gwendolyn, Jr.-54, 77, 125 Greier, Jack, Fr.-3 2 Grell, Dwain, Fr.-32 Gretler, A1,Jr.-53, 105, 109, 112, 137 Griflin, Arlene, Jr.-54 , Griffin, John, Fr.-39 . . N Griifo, Virginia, So.-45, 103, 105, 111 Fersus0n,Tom,Jr 53, 99 1 twimaweiillior, Richard, Fr.-32, 112, 129, 131,133,137 130,140 Fickert, Ronald, 1Fr.-3 2 Fickert, William, Jr.-53, 131 Fierheller, Donna Rose, So.-42, 76, 80, 108, 120 Fink, Eugene, Fr.-32, 77 Fink, Norma, Jr,-53 Finkbeiner, Donna, So.-42 Finkboner, Neotia, So.-42, 76 Finkboner, Roger, Fr.-39 Finley, Jeanne, Fr.--32, 114, 124 Fischer, Phyllis, Fr.-3 2, 50 Fishburn, Lyman, Fr.-11, 31, 32, 50, 83, 109,121, 130, 136,141 Fisher, Arlyne, Fr.-3 2, 41 Fisher, Shirley, Fr.-32, 41, 120, 121 Fleischer, Robert, Fr.-39, 141 Fletcher, Lorraine, Jr.-109,, 1 15 Fluechtling, Helen, So.-42, 114 Flynn, Nora, Fr.-32 Fogel, Thomas, So. Fonken, Robert, Jr.--5 3 Fontana, Tony, Ir.-5 3 Forrester, Virginia, So.-45, 98 Foss, June, Fr.--+32 Fouke, Dorothilgee, So.-45 Fouke, Lester, t.-39 Fox, Eugene, Fri-39, 119 Foy, Barbara, Pr. Foy, Robert, Jr. 3 Francis, Robert, 'Jr.-5 3 Frank, Donald, Fr.-32 Frankeniield, Miles, Fr.--32 Franz, Jack, Fr.-32, 119 Freerksen, Floyd, Fr.-32, 119 Freerksen, Kenneth, Jr.-53 Freidag, Dick, So.-45 Fricke, Alvin, Fr.-32 Frink, Jacqueline, Fr.-32, 124 Fritzenmeier, Shirley, So.-45 Fulkerson, Mr. W.-21, 128, 130 Gabel, Harvey, So.-45, 83, 85, 198 Gallagher, Don, Jr.-53, 109, 123 Gallagher, Jerry So.-45 Garns, Mr. Boyd-25 Geiser, La Vonne, So. Geiser, Ruth, So.-45, 83, 114, 120 Georgalas, Athanas, Fr.-32, 130, 141 iso , 1 Grimes, Robert, Fr.-32, 41 Griswold, Donald, So.-45, 76, 78, 81, 119 Griswold, Georgia, Jr.-54 Gross, Garland, Fr.-32. Gulfey, Barbara, Fr.-32 Guhl, Dwaine, Fr.-32, 83, 85, 120 Guhl, C., Fr.-11, 31, 32, 40, 83, 102,109,111,l30,141 Guhl, Nancy, Jr.-54, 115 Gushart, Mary, Fr.-3 2, 109 Haberkamp, Henry, Fr.-32 Hageman, Vere, P.G. Halstead, Betty, So.-45 Hannah, Bob, Jr.-54 Hamon, Tom, Jr.-54, 83, 85, 109, 141 Harrison, Keith, Fr.-32 Hart, Lois, Fr.-32, 38, 41 Hartgen, Paul, Jr.-54, 113, 131, 133 Hartog, John, Fr.-32 Harvey, Evelyn, Jr. Haselton, Miss Louise-16, 82, 84 Hasse, Leonard, Fr.-32 Hatch, Donald, Fr.-32 Hatch, Howard, Fr.-32, 41, 112, 128,130,136,141 Heard, Natalie, Fr.-3 2, 37, 41 Heck, Eddie, Jr.-54 Heck, Eugene, Fr.-32 Heck, Robert, Fr.-36 Heilman, Donald, Jr.-54, 123 Heilman, John, Fr.-35 Heimbuch, Jean, So.-45 Heitz, Betty Lou, Jr.--54, 81 Heitz, Deloris, Jr.-54 Heitz, Maxine, Fr.--124 Heitzman, Dolores, So.-4, 11 Heitzman, Joan, So.-45, 76 Heitzman, Joyce, So.-44, 45, 105 Held, Leah Jane, Fr.-3 5, 40, 58 Henke, Dawn, Fr.-35 Henry, Frank, So.-45 Henry, Lillian, So.-45 Henze, Noel, Jr.-54, 113, 131, Herbig, Richard, Fr.-35 Hershberger, Donn, Fr.-3 5, 41, 111, 112,128,130,134,140 Hershberger, Roger, Jr.-5 4, 141 Hess, Jack, Fr.-130 Hettinger, Phyllis, Jr.-54, 58, 86, 115 Higley, Doris, So.-45 Higle , Jim, Fr. Hildebrandt, Winnifred, So.-45, 108 Hill, Gloria, Fr.--3 5, 41 Hill, Jack, Fr.-3 5, 109 Hille, Marguerite, Jr.-5 4, 114, 125 Hird, Jeanette, Fr.-3 5, 124 Hochschild, Robert, Jr.-5 4 Hoff, Mr. Edgar-21, 119 Hoffman, Gloria, So.-42, 77, 108, 114 Hoffman, Verle, So.--45 Holdeman, Don, So.-45, 111, 113, 129, 130, 140 Holtum, Dorothy, Fr.-39 Holtum, Harold, Jr.-5 4 Holtum, John, Fr.-39, 58 Horan, Carlyn, So.-45, 120 Hornbogen, Clarence, So.-42 Horning, Robert, Jr. 4 Hosking, Harry, So.-45, 113, 128, 130 Howard, Bill, Fr.-34 Howard, Marion, So.-45 Hribal, Shirley, Fr.-3 5 Hubbard, Marian, So.-45 Huber, Harry, Jr.-54 Hudson, Mr. Charles-26 Hulbert, Phyllis Jean, Jr.-77, 80, 104 Hull, Ruth, Jr.-54, 114, 115 Hultquist, Bill, So. Hutcherson, Floyd, So.-45, 109, 121 Hutchins, Miss Katharine-24, 144 Hutmacher, Donald, So. Hutmacher, Lillian, Jr.-5 4, 115 Hutmacher, Norma Jean, So.-45, 114 Hutmacher, Robert, Fr. Hyle, Vernon, Fr.-35 Ifert, Ray, So.--45 Ilgen, Alene, Fr.-35 Immig, Mr. John-28 Jacobs, Dick, So.--45, 77 Jacobs, Theodore, Fr.-39 James, Iris, So.-45, 83, 85, 114 Janicke, Gerald, Fr.--35 Jessup, Manley. Fr.-39 Johnson, Jean, Fr.-35 Johnson, Leroy, Fr.-35 Johnson, Marian, Fr.--39 Johnson, Pauline, So.-45, 95, 120 Johnson, Shirley, Fr.-39, 100, 111 Johnson, William, Fr.-39, 40, 119 Jones, Paul, Jr.-54, 99, 111, 112 Jordan, Theron, Fr.-34, 83 Justice, Jack, Jr.-54 Kaiser, Ruth, So.---45, 83, 120 Kaney, Roger, Fr.-35, 130 Kappes, Charlotte, Jr.-5 4 Kasten, Janet Lee, Jr.-53, 115, 125 Katsufru, Lulla, So.-45 Kauffman, Alice, So.-45 Kaufman, Joyce, Fr.-3 5, 109 Kehr, Donna, So.-42 Keister, Evelyn, Jr. Keister, Virginia, So.-45 Keller, Fred, Fr.-39 Kelly, Glenn, Jr.-54 Kempert, Mary, Jr.--5 4 Kent, Leroy, Jr.-5 4 Kerr, Karl, Jr.-54, 58, 59, 103, Hermsmeier,Jean, Fr.-3 5, 76, 104, 120 113, 131, 132, 140 Kerr, Tom, Fr.-3 5 Kessinger, Wiley, So.-45 Ketelhut, Roger, Fr.-3 5 Kieckhaefer, Don, So.-45, 111, 130 Kidd, Mrs. Naomi-15 Kiefer, Dick, Fr.--39 Kilker, Richard, So.--45 Kimes, Bob, Fr.-3 5, 40 Kincannon, Robert, Fr.--83 King, Philip, Fr.-35 Kirchberg, Betty, So.-45 Kirchberg, Neysa, Fr.-3 5, 120 Kish, Betty Jean, Jr.-54 Kish, Roger, So.-45 Klapp, Juanita Lou, Jr.-54, 108, 125 Klaus, Richard, Fr.-35 Klever, Dayle, Jr.-54 Klipping, Odell, Jr.-54, 59, 105 Klipping, Roger, Fr.-35 Klosa, Betty, Fr.-35 Kloster, Jack, So.-45, 119 Kloos, Mr. George-5, 14 Knauff, Don, So.-45, 113, 128, 130 Knauif, Doris, Jr.-54, 124 Knapp, Miss Loma-125 Knicely, Harold, So.-45 Knipschild, Robert, Fr.-35 Knodle, Darlene, Fr.-39 Knodle, Orville, So. Knodle, Robert, So. Knotts, Carol, Fr.-3 5, 40, 76 Koch, James, So.-45 Koehler, Bill, Jr.-5 4 Koehler, Stanley, So.-45 Koeller, Eunice, Jr.-5 4, 1 15 Koeller, James, Fr.-3 5, 76, 111 Koester, Laverne, So.-45 Koon, Marjorie, Fr.-39 Kortes, Annie, Jr.-5 4, 1 1 5 Koym, Joyce, Fr.-3 5, 76 Kracht, Bette, So.-45, 111 Kracht, Bill, Fr.-39 Kracht, Louie, Fr.-54, 113, 137 Kraft, Bettie Lou, Jr.-54, 58, 83, 87 Kraft, Don, Fr.-76 Krogull, Martin, So.-45 Kronberg, Shirley, Fr.-39 Krueger, James, So.-45, 128, 130 Krueger, Vernice, So.-45, 50, 83, 95, 108, 121 , Kruse, Mr. Harry-26 Kruse, Jane, Fr.-35, 119 Kryder, Paul, Jr.-5 4 Kubitz, Mr. Karl-23, 28, 77, 79, 80, 144 Kuhlemeyer, Miss Ferne-25 Kuhlemeier, Dorothy, So.-45 Kuhlman, Don, Fr.-39 Kuhn, Dorothy, So.-45 Kuhn, Marian, Fr.-39 Kunlrle, Claire, So.-45 Kuntzelman, Charles, Jr.-5 4, 112, 131, 13 7 Kurth, Mary, So.-45 Kurtz, Richard, So.-45 Kutzke, Paul, Fr.-35 Labinski, Thomas, So.-4s Lamm, Louis, Fr.-3 5 Lang, Kenneth, Fr.-3 5, 131 Lapp, Clarence, Fr. Lapp, Joyce, Fr.-39 Larson, Martha, So.-46 Laughlin, Mrs. E.-125 Lawrence, Ann, Jr.-5 4, 76, 79, 81, 122 Lawver, Jack, Fr.-35 Leckington, Mary Lou, Fr.-35 Lee, Bill, Jr.-54, 56, 58, 97, 105 Leeman, Bill, So.-46 Leinbach, Jack, So.-46, 130 Lemon, Miss Beatrice-21, 42, 115 Lenoire, Cynthia, Fr.-35 Leopold, Russell, Fr.-39 Levin, Don, Fr.-3 5 Lieber, Janice, So.-46, 109 Liebers, Lawrence, So.-46, 113, 128, 130 Lighthall, Dick, So.-46 Lighthart, Nada, Jr.-54, 115 Lindgren, Betty Jane, Jr.-54 Lindgren, Mary Louise, So.-46, 95, 120, 121 Lindsey, Bill, So.-46, 50, 113, 128, 130, 136 Liscom, Royal, So.-46, 109 Lloyd, Miss Jeannette--25, 88, 91, 120 Lloyd, Alice, Jr.-5 4 Locher, Rosali, So.-46 Lockwood, Pat, Jr.-5 4, 109 Loewe, Evedene, Fr. Loewe, Leona, So.-46 Long, Don, Jr.-54 Long, Dorothy, Fr.-39 Longamore, Della, So.-46 Lopez, Victor, Fr.-3 5, 109, 120 Lorey, Billy, Fr.-3 5 Love, Alice, Fr.-3 5, 124 Love, Willie, So.-46 Lowe, Betty, Fr.--39 Lower, Beatrice, Fr.-3 5 Lower, Marian, Fr.--39 Lubbers, Clarence, Fr. Lubenow, Jack, Fr.--39 Lubenow, June, Jr.-54, 108 Ludolph, Royce, Fr.-3 5 Ludwig, Raymond, Fr. Luedeking, Audrey Jean, Fr.-39 Lumby, Mr. Richard-24, 5 3 Lundquist, Robert, Jr.-5 4, 58, 131 Lungwitz, Ann, Jr.-54, 115 Lutz, Jack, Jr.--54, 59, 80, 86, 97, 104,113,131,140 Lutz, Robert, Fr.-35 Lyle, Miss Edith-25 Lyon, Earl, Fr.-39 Lyon, Mrs. LaVerne-15 MacAdam, Fred, Jr.-54 Madden, Jean, Fr.-35, 102, 120 Maloney, Mr. Richard-27. 65 Malott, Barbara, So.-46, 77, 79, 80, 83,108,120 Manthei, Robert, Fr.-35 Marcum, Herbert, Fr. Marcum, Lorraine, Jr.--54, 86, 87, 93, 99 Marcum, Merle, So.-46 Markwardt, Wilbur, So. Marsh, Doris, So.-46 Marsh, Vernon, Fr.--3 5 Martin, Barbara, Fr.-39 Martin, Lorraine, Jr.-54, 93, 109 Martin, Miss Mary--23,32 Mathews, Gene, So.--46 Mathews, John, So.-49 Mathiot, Lyle, Fr.--3 5, 41 Mathewson, Miss Mary-18, 144 Maurer, Elmer, Fr.-35 Mayer, Albert, Fr. Mayer, Doris, Jr.-54, 76, 115 Mayer, Shirley, Fr.-35, 77, 114 Scfwaf helm McCool, Dick, Fr.-35 McGee, Earnestine, Fr.-3 5 McGee, Ernest, Fr.--3 5, 140 McGee, Robert, Fr.-3 5 McHugh, Miss Margaret-17, 105 McLeRoy, Jose hine, Jr.-5 4 McLeRoy, Mari, So.-46, 136 McLaughlin, Jack, Jr.-56 McMillen, William, Fr.-35 McPherson, Robert, Fr.-35, 130 Mears, Meck, Miss Camille-23, 26, 63, 120 Wayne, So.-43 Meile, Mary Ann, Fr.-39 Meils, Alice June, Jr.-115 Meier, Frank, Fr.-39 Meier, La Vonne, Jr.-54 Mellnick, Jeanette, Fr.-3 5 Mensenkamp, Mr. L. E.-14, 98 Messing, Jack, Fr.-3 5, 120 Metz, Betty Jean, Fr. Metz, Doris, So.-46 Metz, Jean, Fr.-3 5 Metz, Madeline, Fr.-39 Meyer, Elroy, Fr.-3 5 Meyer, Irma Jean, So.-46 Meyers, Doris, Jr.--5 4 Meyers, Jack, Fr.-'76 Meyers, Paul, Fr.-35 Meyers, Robert, Fr.-39 Meyers, Robert, Jr.-5 4 Meyers, Roberta, Fr.-35 Michael, Marcella, Fr.-3 5 Mickle, Reece, So.-46, 113, 130 Miller, Anna, Fr.-35 Miller, Donald, Fr.-3 5 Miller, Elton, Fr.-3 5, 76 Miller, Emerson, So.-46 Miller, Flossie, Jr.-5 4 Miller, Lee, So. Miller, Lois, So.-46, 77, 78, 80 Miller Lowell, Jr.-5 6 Millerl Marjorie, Jr.-54, 83 Miller, Maurice, Jr.-5 4 Miller, Miller Owen, Jr.-54, 83 Peggy Ann, Jr.--54 Moen: Joyce, Fr.-39 Moers, Mogle, Mr. Thomas-19, 123 Nancy, Jr.-54, 59, 86, 87, 94, 109 Molter, Carol Mae, Fr. Monigold, Irma, Jr.-54 Moniiold, Ray, Fr.-35 Moog , Bill, Fr.-ss, 76, 109 Moore, Calvin, Jr.--54, 58, 86, 104, 105 Moore, Delbert, So.-46, 140 Moore Robert, Fr. Moorel Roy, Jr.-5 4 Moore, William, Fr.-35 Moritz Bill, Fr. Montel Chuck, Jr.-54 Morris on, Donna Mae, Fr. Morrow, Bob, Fr.-35 Morrow, Joan, So.-46 Morrow, Joyce, So. Morrow, Margaret, Fr.-39 Mortenson, Joyce, Jr.-5 4 Morton, Robert, Fr.-39 Moyer, Elaine, Jr.-5 4 Mueller, Alvina, So.-46, 108, 114 Muench, Paul, So.-46 Mulnix, Audrey, Fr.-39 Munox, Trini Joyce, So. Murphy, Miss Mary Helen-20 Musser, Miss Carolyn-24, 52 Myers, Doris. Jr.- Myers, Jack, Fr.-35 151 Sched helm Nample, Eileen, So.-46, 109 Neberman, Irene, Jr.-54, 59 Neberman, Margaret, Jr.-54 Neely, Jack, So.-46, 77, 80, 109, 1 19, 141 Nelson, Dale, So.--119, 121 Nelson, John, So.-46 Nelson, Leonard, Jr.--56, 58, 141 Nesemeyer, Ruth, Fr.--3 5 Nicklas, Mr. Ridhard-26 Nichols, gshnnie, Jr.-56 Noeske, orothy, So.-46, 104, 114 Noltemeier, Ruth, Jr.-56, 114, 115 Norman, Merle, Fr.-39 North, Arlene, Fr.-35 North, Melvin, So.-46 Nunemacher, Roland, Fr. ' Oberhart, George, Fr.--35 Ohley, Marceleeh, So.--124 Olson, Bob, Fr.-1-35, 41, 76 Ortscheid, Phyllis, So.-46 Oswalt, Marion, Fr.-35 Otto, Carol, Jr.-5 6 Ousley, Louise,.Fr.--3 5, 111, 117, 120 Packard, Jack, So.-46 Palmer, Glenn, So.-46, 50 Palmer, Mary Lou, Fr.-3 5 Pals, Robert, Fr.--40, 81 Parriott, Jack, Fr.-3 5 Pash, Stanley, Fr.-3 5, 76, 109, 1 19, 123 Patrick, Mr. Arthur-17, 43 Paugel, Bob, So.-46 Pearson, Lucy, Jr.-56 Pearson, William, Fr. Peck, Vilma, Jr. Penticoif, Stanley, Fr.- -3 5 Pep erman, Virginia, Fr.-3 5, 111 Pergns, Mary Lou, Fr.-'36, 124 Peterson, Audrey, So.-46, 51, 77, 78, 80, 109, 124 Pettepiece, Meredith, Fr.-3 5, 130 Piisterer, Tom, So.-46, 108, 121 Phillips, Dorothy, So.-46, 108, 114 Phillips, Norma, Fr.--3 5 Phillips, Vivian, So.-46 Pierce, Kenneth, So.--46, 51, 112 Pierce, Mary Lee, Fr.--3 5 Pierce, Ted, Jr.-f-56, 58, 76, 78, 81, 86, 87 , Pizzolato, Joe, So.-46 Platt, Miss Doriff-18, 110 Pofgenklass, Alice, So.--46, 120 Po hill, Doris, Jr.-56 Polhill, Veryl, Er.-36 Pollock, Jeanne, So.--46, 50, 70, 77, 78, 108, 117,120 Popkes, Phyllis, So.-46, 47, 100, 122 Porth, June, So.-46, 51, 76, 78, 80, 109, 120 Potter, Frances, Fr.--36, 40, 76, 104, 120 Powers, Ethel, Jr.-5 6 Powers, John, Fr.-36 Quest, Junior, Fr. Rafferty, Edward, Jr.-56 Rafferty, Virginia, So.-46 Raih, Geraldine, Jr.-56, 99, 115, 121, 125 Ram enthal, Adolph, Fr.-36, 109, 120 Randaall, John Douglas, So.--46, 79, 81, 108, 130 152 l l l .alll I Rasmussen, Betty Lou, Fr.-39, 40, 76 Rasmussen, Elaine, Jr.-56, 77, 105 Reck, Wayne, So.-46, 76, 80 Reed, Bill, Jr.--11, 56, 86, 87, 90, 94, 97, 104, 107 Rees, Joyce, Jr.-115 Rees, Marian, So.-46 Rehfeldt, Mr. Philip-28 Reid, Joyce, Jr.-56 Reining, Catherine, Fr.-36 Reining, John, So.-46, 77, 78, 79, 81 Richards, Carol, So.-46, 114 Richart, Ralph, Fr.-36 Richter, Lois, So.-46 Rideout, Jane, Fr.-36, 76, 109 Riedi, Katherine, So.-46, 108, 111 Riegel, Miss Ruth Ann-16, 26, 124 Roddewig, George, Jr.-56, 113, 131, 133 Roderick, Enid, Jr. Roemer, Donna Mae, Fr.-39 Roemer, Robert, So. Roesler, Erwin, Jr.-56, 131 Rohr, Glenn, Jr.-56, 113, 131, 132 Rose, Paul, Jr.-56 Rosenstiel, Ruth, Fr.-36, 40, 41, 120 Rosenstiel, Wilbur, Fr.-36 Ross, Edna, Fr.-36, 83 Ross, Jean, Jr.--56, 83 Ross, Pauline, Fr.-36 Roth, Lowell, Fr.-119 Rowen, Jean, Fr.-36, 41, 76, 1141 Ruman, Jeanne, So.--108 Rubendall, Mr. Willard-27 Rucker, Mrs. Alma-4, 25, 114 Rumelhagen, Don, Jr. Rund, Robert, So.-49 Rundall, Bill, Jr.--56, 131 Rush, John, So.-46, 50, 136 Russell, Blaine, Jr.-5 9 Russell, Duane, Jr. Ruthe, Billy, Fr.-36, 77 Rutter, Norma, Fr.-36 Rutter, Royce, Jr.-56, 112 Ruttman, Betty, Fr.-39 Ryan, Nancy, So.-46, 76, 83 Sager, Niles, Fr.-36 Sanders, James, Fr.-36, 111, 119, 123, 130 Sandmeier, Richard, Fr.-36 Sandstrom, Ralph, Fr.-36, 41, 104, 109, 119 Sargent, John, So.-46 Saxby, Ruth, Fr.--36, 58, 111 Schad, Art. So.--46 Schasker, Joyce, Jr. Scheiiner, Genevieve, Fr.-36, 114 Schimpf, Charles, Jr.---56, 108 Schirmer, Bill, FLT36, 41, 119 Schirmer, Robert, Jr.-56, 104, 108, 141 Schlafer, Gaylord, Jr.-56, 76, 83, 85 Schmidt, Miss Dorothea-23, 109, 122 Schmitt, Lois, Fr.--36 Schnell, George, So. Schneider, Jean, So.-49, 50, 83, 108 Schoeifer, Charles, Fr.-39 Schoeiller, Ruth, Fr.-39, 40 Schoop, Gertrude, Jr.--5 6 Schopf, Harold, Fr.-36 Schopf, Max, So.-49 Schrader, Shirley, So.-49 Schroeder, Robert, So.-49, 121 Schunk, Virginia, So.-49, 50, 104, 114 Schwitz, Lyle, Fr.-36, 76, 130 Schweder, Marilyn, So.-49 Scofield, Don, Fr.-36 Scofield, Leland, So.-49 Scofield, Marilyn, Jr.-56, 58, 124, 125 Scudder, Kathryn, Fr.-36 Seeman, Mr. Ernest-22, 80 Seaman, Arvilla, Fr.--36 Seely, Elizabeth, So.-11, 31, 49, 50, 104, 108, 120 Seitz, Martha Mary, Fr.-36, 76, 114 Sellke, Jack, Jr.--5 5, 56, 86, 87, 93, 94, 97, 104, 108, 111 Shafer, Mr. B. J.-14 Sharp, Joan,Jr.--11, 56, 59, 83, 85, 107 Shaw, Delos, Fr.-36 Shay, Keith, Fr.-36 Sheetz, Jean, So.-49, 120 Shelly, Donald, So. Shewman, Nancy, Fr.--39 V Shivers, Dolores, Frf-36 1 Shoemaker, John, So.-49 Shoenhard, James, Jr.--56, 111, 137 Short, Cynthia, So.--49 Shuey, James, Fr.-36 Shunk, Marian, Jr.-56, 58, 109, 122 Sicher, Lucille, Fr.-36 Siegmeier, Leon, So.-49, 140 Siemen, Arlith, So.-49, 108 Simmons, Lois, Jr.-56, 115 Simpson, Betty Louise, Jr.--5 6 Skeel, Jeanette, So.-49 Slaght, Harry, Fr.-39 Slaght, Mary Ellen, Fr. Smith, June, So.--11, 49, 50, 76, 83, 108 Smith, Kenneth, Fr.--36 Smith, Lois, Fr.-36, 81, 114 5 Smith, Mabel, Jr.-5 6 Smith, Marjorie, Jr.--56, 58, 76, 79, 80,108, 115,117 Smith, Pat, Fr.-36, 50, 109 Smith, Ted, So.-49 Smoyer, Mrs. Charles-29 Snook, Bill, Fr.-36, 76, 104 Snyder, Audrey, Fr.-39 Snyder, Lester, So.-49 Sokup, Joan, Fr.-36 Sorn, Lois, So.-49 ' Sorn, Nelda, Fr.-36 Southwick, Mr. Fred-29 Sowers, Bud, So.-49 Spahr, Marcella, So.-49, 76, 81 Speer, Bob, Jr.-56, 83, 85 Spencer, Jean, Fr.--111 Spliethoii, Eleanor, Fr.-39, 81 Spring, Mr. Thomas-27, 144 Springer, Charles, So.-49 Springer, Gordon, So.-49, 98 Springer, Harold, Fr.-36 Springer, Joan, Fr.-39 Staas, Elaine, Jr.-56, 124 Staas, Marilyn, So.-49 Stabenow, Corrine, Jr.-56 Stabenow, Vergene, So.-49 Stake, Bernard, Fr.-36 Standring, Bill, Jr.-56 Stauiier, Rita, So.-124 Staver, Lenor, Fr.-36, 41 Stearns, Joyce, Fr.--36 Stearns, June, Fr.-36 Stearns, Marilyn, Fr.-39 Stearns, Ralph, So. , Steele, Lavern, Fr.-36 Stees, Jeanne, Fr.-36 Steinestel, Roy, Fr.-39 Stenzhorn, Carl, Fr.-36 Stephens, Dean, Fr.-36, 109 Stephenson, Joe, Fr.-36 4 05 Stewart, Betty, So.-49 Stewart, Priscilla, So.-49 Stewart, Vivian, Fr.-36 Stickle, Robert, Fr.--36, 83, 109, 120 Stiegman, Joyce, So.-49 Stimlpert, Jean, Fr.-36 Stoc er, Alice, Jr.-5 6 Stocker, Ralph, Jr.-5 6 Stocks, Janice, Jr.-5 6, 115 Stoner, Robert, Fr.-39 Stout, Ruth, Fr. Stout, Virginia, So.-49, 114 Stricker, Betsy, Jr.-56, 93, 108, 111 Stroble, Shirley, Fr.--36, 109 Strohecker, Harry, Fr.-'36 Strohecker, Lois, Jr.-56, 114, 115, 125 Strohecker, Maxine, Fr.-36 Stukenberg, Erma, Fr.-36 Stukenberg, Eva, So.-49, 114 Sturtevant, Don, Fr.-36 Sturtevant, John, Fr.-36, 141 Sturtevant, LeRoy, So.-49 Sullivan, Betty, Jr.-56 Sunbom, Robert, Jr.-56, 90 Sutterlin, Frances, Jr.-56, 90 Sutterlin, Lester, Fr.-36, 39 Sward, Jack, Fr.-36, 77, 119 Swartz, Roberta, Fr.-36, 109 Swedman, Duane, Jr.-56, 99 Symanek, Don, Fr.--39 Tavenner, Betty, So.--49 Tavenner, Janet, Jr.--56 Taylor, Marilyn, Fr.-39 Teare, Dan, Fr.-36, 76, 80, 83, 85, 79 Thiel, Evelyn, Fr.-36, 80, 105, 114 Thompson, John, Fr.-36 Thompson, Leonard, Fr.-36, 83, 85, 109, 130 Thompson, Marian, Jr.-56, 83, 98, 109, 114 Thruman, Betty, Fr.-36, 114 Thruman, Dorothy, Fr.-39 , Thruman, Kenneth Fr.-39 Thurmon, Ulysses, Fr.-36 Tifft, Betty Jean, Fr.-36 Tilkemier, Bob, Fr.-36, 41 Timmer, Robert, Fr.-39 Timms, Donald. Fr.-36 Tippetts, Joan, Fr.-36 . Tobin, Shirley. Fr.+39 Toelle, Fred. Fr.-39 Trepus, Audrev, Fr.--36 Tretter, Jerry, So.-49, 141 Trevillian, John, Fr.-36, 40 Trevillian, Mary Ann, So.-49, 109 WW' cker, Ben, r. cker, Mary Ellen, Jr.-56, 86, 105, 1 11 Tucker, Paul, So.-142 Uden, Eleanor, Fr.-36, 114 Underwood, Robert, Fr. Valeska, Melryn, Jrf-56 Van Ginkel, Florence, So.--49 Vaughan, James, So.-49, 50, 109, 1 19, 121 ' Vaupel, Jack, Fr.-36 Veer, Vernon, Jr.--56, 131 Veer, William, Fr.-36 Vehmeier, Carol, Jr.-56, 58, 123 Vick, Willie, Jr.-42 Vohlken, Roger, Fr.-39 School balm Wienand, Geraldine, Fr.--36 Wienand, Richard, Jr. Wilhelms, Edward, So.-49, 141 Wilhelms, Harold, So.-49 Wilhelms, June, Jr.-56 Wilhelms, Paul, So.--108 Wilky, Patricia, So.-49 Williams, Dale, So. Williams, Donald, So.-49 Williams, Ray, So. Wilson, Eugene, Jr.-131, 133, 140 Wilson, Jack, Jr.-56 Winkler, John, So.-A131 Winter, A. James, Fr.-36, 41, 109 Winter, Jeannette, Jr.-56, 114, 115 Winter, Phyllis, Fr.-39 , Winter, Mr. Herman-28 Vore, Phyllis, Jr.--56, 122 Vore, Valeria, Fr.-36, 41, 77, 109, 120 Voss, Lamoine, Fr.-36, 108 Voss, La Verne, So.-49, 108, 111 Voss, NormaJean, Jr.-56, 99, 112, 114 Voss, Vrtol, Shirley, So.-49 Steve, Fr.-36 Wachlin, Eleanor, Fr.Q36, 122 Wagand, Phillip, Jr.-56 Wagner, Eileen, So.-49 Wagner, Lois, So. Wagner, Marilyn, Jr.---125 Wahler, May, So.-49, 11 1 Wahler, Norma Jean, So.-49 Wallahan, Miss Harriet-15 Wales, Donald, Fr.-39 Wales, June, So.-83, 114, 120, 121 Walker, Betty. So.-49 Waller, Roy, So.-49 Walter, Richard, Jr.-56, 109. 122 Wamsley, Dorothy, So.-49, 79, 80, 109 Wardell, Richard, Fr.-36, 40, 130, 136, 141 Washburn, Al, Jr. Weber, Mr. Howard-17, 20, 131, 133, 141 Weaver, Audrey, So.-49 Weckerly, Lee, Fr.-39, 77 Welty, Jack, So.-49, 81 Wendt, Miss Emily-16, 82, 84 Wheat, James, Fr.-36, 41, 77 Wheat, Mrs. Mentor-76 Whitacre, Maxine, Fr.-36, 109, 121 Wick, Vivian, Jr. Wichman, Phyllis, Fr.-36, 122 Wichman, Clark, So.--49 Wieland, Claire, Jr.--56, 59 Wieland, Roger, Jr.-112, 137 Wirtjes, Harold, So.-49 Witt, Dexter, Fr.-3 6, 123 Wittbecker, Jean, So.-49 Witte, Harold, Fr.-36, 76, 80 Wohlford, Walter, Fr.-36 Wolfe, Norma, Fr.-36, 104 Wolfe, Ross, Jr.-56, 58 Wolfe, William, Jr.-137 Wolfram, Betty, Fr.--36 Womelsdorf, Bruce, Jr.-456, 76, 122 Womelsdorf, Joan, So.-49. 76, 120 Vkfomelsdorf, Joyce, So.--49, 76, 120 Woods, Irene, So.-49 Wright, Irene, So.-+49 Wunsch, Calvin, Fr.-36, 76, 130, 134, 136, 141 Wyman, Harold, Fr.-39 Yarger, Patricia, Jr.-5 6 Yenerich, Miss Mary-1, 22, 118 Yoder, Dale, Fr.-37 Yost, Herbert, Jr.-5 6 Young, Betty Jane, Fr.-36 Young, Janice, So.-49, 77, 79, 104, 108, 111 Young, Lorraine, Fr.--36, 114 Young, Mary, Jr.-56, 59, 83, 109 Young, Maxine, Jr.-56, 58, 77, 79, 83, 115, 122 Young, Robert, Fr.-36, 40 Zanoni, James, Fr. 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