Freeport High School - Polaris Yearbook (Freeport, IL)

 - Class of 1944

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'Tis true, the traffic among our stars is congested at times, but we hope you can see your way "clear to lancl"g and that when you sight your Freetonia, you can sayi"Roger!" + f f f 'In the language of the planets, the sun's kiddies, Ko Q E R 1 CONTROL OPERATORS .... 10 THE STARS ..... . . 20 SATELLITES . . . . 38 COMETS . . . . 44 PLANETOIDS ...... . . 52 CELESTIAL HARMONY .... 62 CONSTELLATIONS . . . SZ MEN FROM MARS . . . 104 NEBULAE .... . . 120 we convey the actions and reactions of F'reetonia's youth. f f f f GO ROL QPERATORS The making of stars is the business of our control operators. First, they take the bright, cloudlike upatchesu that enter Port Freetonia and apply the nebular hypothesis. In case that doesn't work, they try the planetesimal hypothesis. If the stars don't begin to shine by this time, they just "take over" themselves. 10 LOUIS E. MENSENKAMP, Principal, Univcrsity nt' Illinois, A.B., A.M.g University of Wisciviisiii, Grad- uate Wnrk. B. F. SH.-KFER, Superintendent of City Schools, University of Chicago, M.A. Mcct nur C.A.A, and A.T.C., only for the time lacing our air traffic at Port Frcctonia is chiefly gruiiiidcd, figuratively spcaking. Mr. Shafer and Mr. Mcnscnkznnp arc our Civil Acronautic Autliuritics. They help us route our prcscnt cuursc with a lung-rnngc vicw for our flights in the future. 8 x HELEN B.-XRCLAY, Dean of Girls, Wcstcrii Illinois State Teachers College, B.E.: University of Iowa, M.A.g Nnrthwcstcrn University, Graduatc WiJrk. GEORGE R. KLOOS, Assistant Privicipal, University ui Iowa, HS.. MA. Meanwhile, Miss Barclay and Mr. Klnos, our A.T,C., have control ovcr local tralic, and a constant oliicial rccording is made of all maneuvers during our student training with ri definite acccnt un futuri: worth, whcthcr projecting toward vocational, cnllcgc, nr leisure activities. 11 First Roma GEORGE R. Ktoos, Assistant Principal, University of Iowa, B.S,, MA. Tnuonoiua Il. CARPENTER, Connncrtinl, Whitewater State Teachers College, B.Ed.p University ui Wisctiiisiii, Plr.M. IRENILEANS. SULLIVAN, Matlicrnatirs, Southern Illinois Normal Universityg University of Illinois, B.S. Second Row- VJILLARD C. Riun5NnaLL, Matlicnnitirs, Illinois College, AB.: University of Illinois, M.A. Louis E. MENSliNK.Ah1P, Priucifnzl, University of Illinois, AB., A.M.g University of NVisconsin, Graduate Wnmrk. Ni.-XRY C. IVL-XRTIN, Muthemarirs, Knox College, BS.: Columbia University, M,A,: University of Miclx- igan, Graduate Wtirkg Germany, Graduate Wrurk. FERNE KUHLEMIEYER, Mathematicx, University uf illinois, AB., MS.: University of Iowa, Sometimes a hit of blind flying occursg and strange though it may wein, thc only time wc are up in the air at Freetonia is when we are grountletl in the uiiiccs of the A,T.C. First Row, Upper Group on Next Pagc4 Naomi ANnERsnN. Secretary. Northwestern Universityg Bush Conservatory, Chicago. RUSSELL KIEMPF, Cmnmereiul, Di-ako Univcrsityg American Institute of Busines: State University nl Iowa. Second Row, Upper Group on Next Page-A ANNA M,-ua Lum, Record Clerk. DOROTHY W. RUGERS, Commerciril, Augustana College, AB.: University nf Iowa. CLARA E, CR.-XMSIE, Coninxercllil, Wliitcwxtter College, B.E.g University of Iowa, Cratluate Vrfurk, BEATRICE HANSEN, Commercial, State Teachers College, Maryville, Missouri, BS.: Columbia Univerf sity, M.A.g University of Wzisliiiigtoii, Seattle, Graduate Work. 12 First Row, Lower Group-- LUCILE l'fn'NTuR, Physical Education, Illinois State Normal University, B.ELl.: Univcrsity uf Calum- hizig Univcrsity of Illinois, M.S. jli.-xNN1sT'1'12 LLOYD, Dnmiuiics and Speech, Frances Sliilncr Sclioul fur Girls, University nf Iowa, A.B,1 University uf Iowan, Gralduatc XVurk. Second Row, I.uwcr Group - HELEN H.-XNIL, Histcwy, lowu Smtc Tcziclicrs College, A.B., Univcrsiiy of Cnlumilu, Graduate Wcxrk: Univcrsity of Iowa, Graduate Vsfork, Hunzmn A. WEBER, Hisrory mid Arhleiius, University of Michigan, AB., MA. J. MURRAY VJ.-KLLACE, History and Couch, Illinois Srauc Normal, B.Ed.g University of Colum:.lo. Rnziukn T. Lumnv, Sui-ml Studies and Director of Visual Aids, DcP.1uw University, A.B,g North' wcstcrn University, M,A. 13 First Row'-, M.-utr MARGARET LUEBBINU, English and French, University of Wiseoiisin, BS. Doaori-isa M. Somiiinr, Sptmisli, University of Vtfisconsin, A.B.g Middlebury College, MA.: Uni' versity of Wiscriiisiii, Graduate Wiirkg McGill University, Graduate Work. Second Row- BEss1E K. CARNAHAN, English and Latin, University of NVisconsin, A.B.g University of Wiscorisin, Graduate Work. NEIL G. SMITH, Speech and Dclmte, Michigan State Normal, University of Michigan, A.B., MA. ,loc Srtrmci-1, English and Couch, McKendree College, A.B.g University of Missouri, M.A.g Columbia University. V M.-XRGARET E. DAVENPORT, Lib1'in'itm, Wcstcrii Reserve University, B.S.g University of Wiscimiisiii, Lihrary Schoolg International Institute, Switzerland. an- " "W ' Wlieiievcr the sun changes his spots, magnetic storms take place on the earth, but it is douhtful if the heavenly sun causes storms in Freetonia. If only some inventor could manufacture a barometer that would gauge our student prcxurc, then we could plan our orlait in a zodiac with lcss friction, arithme- tically, algebraically, gcoinetrically, scientifically,-economically, and linguistically speaking. First Row, Upper Group on Next Page- LLLLLAN D. MATTHIESEN, Home Economics, Iowa State College, B.S.: Colorado State College, Grad- uate Wixi'k: Iowa State College, Graduate Work. Enrrn Luiz, Home Economics, Iowa State College, B.S.1Inwa State College, Graduate Workg Colum- hia University, Graduate Wrirk. Second Row, Upper Group on Next Pagef ALMA K. RUCKER, Home Economics and Director of Cafeteria, Illinois State Normal Univcrsityg Special Home Economics: University ofWisco1isii1g Colorado State Agricultural College. Miami' FUNK, Physics, Northern Illinois State Teachers College, B.Ed., University of Colorado. Dona B. DARNER, Home Economics, Westerii Illinois State Teachers College, Macomb, B.Ed., Colo- rado State Agricultural Collcgeg University of Minnesota. THOMAS G. SPRING, Biology, Kansas State, B.S.g University of Oklahoma, M.S. 14 .441l'3 6. U of First Row, Lower Group- XXJ CAROLYN Mussmz, English, Beloit College, B.A.g Columbia University, Graduate Wivrkg University of Wisconsin, Graduate Work. HELEN B.'xRcLax', Dean of Girls, Western Illinois State Teachers College, B.E.g University of Iowa, M.A.: Northwestern University, Graduate Work. 1. Second Row, Lower Gvoupf DORIS H. PLATT, English, Beloit College, B.A.g University of Wisconsin, Graduate Work. DAGMAR H.'XNSEN, English, Coe College, A.B.1 University of Wisconsin, M.A. MABEL I. BOWERS, Latin, University of Kansas, A.B.g University of Wisconsin, MA.: American Acad' Cmy in Rome, Graduate Wiirk. K.-xTI-IARINE A. I-IUTCHINS, English, University of Illinois, A.B.g University of Wisconsin, Graduate Workg University of Chicago, Graduate Workg University of Illinois, Graduate Work. 15 First Row- JIS.-KN ELDRIIXIE Llilis, General Sciencc, Ccntml Missouri Stine Tun-:lxcrs Cnllcgcq University of Illinois, B.S.E. T. G. Wiutox, Electro-Meclumirs and Radio, Wcstcrn Illinois Stine Tcachcrs Collcgc, B.Etl.g Univur- sity of Illinois: Cuync Electrical School. Second Row-- Bovn M. GARNS, Mrnmal Arts, State Tcauclicrs Collcgc, Platteville, Wisconsin. W. W. FULKISRSUN, Physical Eclnrution mid Difcrtor of Atlilcticx, McKcn1.lrcc Collcgc, A.B.g Univcr' sity of Wiscrwiisiii, M.S. HARRY J. ICRUSE, Mucliine Shop, University of Wisctmiisiii, BS., G.E. RICH.-XRD S, Niaxms, Vvoodwnrking rind Prittcm Making, State Tcaclicrs Collcgc, Pl41ttcvillc,Wiscon' sin, B.E.g University of Wisconsin, Suite Instituto. ERNEST STEINHOFF, Chemistry and General Science, Stntc Tcziclicrs Collcgc, I"l4ittcvillc, Wisconsin: Univcrsity of Wisconsin, B.I'li., FILM. And this is where all the control operators of Frcctonizi conic in. Wlicii we -:sill "Ovcrl", tlicy givc us thc "O.K.-clcair to land" information until wc can signal 'iRogcr!"-"I undcrstandf' Tcriuliers wliosc pictures du 'not appear- - ALINE E. B.-xLnwlN, Commercial, Illinois State University, University of Cliiczigo. MARI.-xN H. DXVYER, Secretary of Board of Education, National Institute for Cnnnncrcinl Orgnni:-if tions' Sccrctarics, Northwestern University. MARC.-xm3'r F. CURNEY, Coiimierciizl, Augustana Coll-:gcg University of Illinois, B.S. D.-win j. CORNELL, English, Knox College, A.B.g University of Chicago, Graduate Work. MRS. V.-KLANCTIi GARDNER ELVEY, English, Lnwruncc College, Appleton, Wiscnilisilig University of XVisconsin, BA. 16 in 952 s Upper Group- M. A. BL.AxttKxx'ot1n, An, Chicago Art lnslitutm XVoodstuck Painting School, N. Y. ALICIE O. BERTHOLD, Crafts, Vsfaync University: School of thc Art Institute of Chicago, ll.A.E.1 Dc Paul Univcrsity, ERNEST SEEN,-XN, Inxtrinncuttxl Music, Illinois YN'cslcyz1n Univcrsity, Bach. of Ivlus. Etl. Loivcr Group- DORDTHY NELSUN, Vocal Music, U.C.L.A.g Knox College, Mus. B., Buch. of Mus. Etl. KARL H. KUBITZ, I11strimw11talIVfusic, Augustana College, A.B.1 University of Wisccwiisiix, Grxxduatc Wturk. Luulsli H. Nl.X'l'Hl2XV, Voml Music, Northern Illinois State Tczichcrs College: University of Wisctvlm' Sin: Univcrsity of Illinois, BS. of Mus, Etl.gCl1risti4inscn Clmrail School, 11 In G7XCemm'iam Miss Hutchins was a friend to everyone who knew her. She never hesitated to help any' one who was in trouble, or to give good, sound advice where it was needed. It was easy to talk to Miss Hutchins, and book reviews after school often developed into long discussions. Even though she wasn't well all of the time, she never failed to have a smile on her face or to give a cheery greeting. Anyone who has ever met Miss Hutchins will always think of her as a true friend. 18 Katharine Q. 'Ufutchins lnsmustor of English September, 1929 - December, IQ43, Qpemtors and 'Pilots of enior ,Stars Advisers ........ Miss Hamil, Mr. Kruse, Mrs. Anderson President ...... . , . . ..........,. .... . . . Don Kmxujf Vice-President . . . .... Don Holdenmn Secretary-Treasurer . . . . . D071 Best 1 Q Q We, the Stars of '44, have completed our ground training at the Port of Freetonia and are soaring on to new duties. The chief immediate task awaiting us is that of being good citizens, and that means striving to have democracy reign throughout the uni' verse, thus bringing health, happiness, love, congenial companionship, and security into the lives of our fellowmen. 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CL1FFoRD ALBERT JAMES ANDERSON ARTHUR ARM.-XGOST BARBARA ATHERTON PAUL B.-XMBERG ROOSEVELT BAN KS MARY B.-XSTI.-KN LESLIE B.wLnR BETTE BEHREND GENE BENNETT JUNE Annu: BENNETT EMERSON BERENDS ,Soaring to Mlnotlwr Tlanet Panty Huber is II new :xddif Ililllgilild what an addition!! , Doris Met: sccms to want to go tn Ottumwn, Iowa, this summer. Could it hc the weathci-??? . . . Danny C'Lnvcr"J Fcrguson has gone in for long, scrious talks, It's lunnls of fun making up, isn't it, Danny? , , . B. A. fbcfore Army, Don Holdcmnn seems to miss good old second floor. Between classes hc would run up there and just look around. Shc's so easy on the eyes. . . QOILI Gold, O. G. Knnutf has had tn hire a secretary to talks care of all of his fan mail. Don, it's you I really love!!! . . . No heat is needed for the Polaris room - Jim Vaughan keeps it plenty hot. . . Havc you cvcr sccn june Bcnnctt laughing? or, pardon mc, is it crying??? . . . Czirol Richards seems to hc wcll cxurtcd around F.H.S. since September. Could it he ri fns' cination of thc Frcslunnn alms? Hm??? . . Jo Qjust cull mc Crudhallj Cooper has hit n new high in cntcrtxiin' mcnt. Ask any of six girls aihout thc night of jainunry 28th. . . "Poker" Best has developed ai incan left since hc and "Gushie" have started slugging out their diffcrcnccs of opinion ..,. Couple of thc ycnr 7 Audrey f"Pctc"j BLANCHE BERG RomfR1' BERGEM.-XNN ' DONALD BEST KARL Bum: CAROL BLACKMORE IRIS BOHLlN CHARLOTTE BOSNVELL KENNETH BREYMANN DoN.AxLn BRoiLH:xusi3N Lois BRU1x.ucnR PAULINE BRUB.-XKER EDGAR CARTER GiioR1:iA CHIAMES HELENH CHIAMES LAVERN E CUNIWIT Jovan COOPER FRIEDERIC CORK.-XN DUNN,-X M.-in D.-IIIM WENDE LL D.-ISSINI: DELnER'r DEAN Janome DIEIERY PAIILINE DIHNINGER GLORIA DEVQRIE LOIS DICKINSON WILLIAM DITZLER H.-xkow DIXON ROIIEIIT DONAHUE FR.-INI: DONNER Pclcrsun :Ind Al f"W11sl1"j W8Slll7llfll. . . . How did Paiulinc Johnson ever nmnagc to got her class ring clown thc furnncc pipe??? . . . Lizz 1011, thusc Snph. lwoyslllj Sccly has really given up fur the sake of the nld Hgurc. Is this :I liquid day, Lizz? . . . XVhcrc did Dorothy Wanisleyv get that plain ring on her left hand? Is it gold, Silvcr, or XVl1Qlf??? . . . Ronnie Fickcrt ccrlninly has :I time running "Ii curtain qunrtcrtc' from the halls sixth hnur. . Wliait could Lois Millci' hawc meant whcn shc said, "Oh, hc docsn't haw that 'coach :IppI'n:IclI'!"7 . . . Wliat's this wc hczxr nhoul jack Nccly down at Gulfport Field? "I'll hc nicc to my Scrgcant if he's nicc to mc." That's swcct of ynu, jack, old boy! . . . Wliaxt is that slight murmur we hear in thirtl'hour history class? Of course, that couldnt he "Dottie" Kuhn!!! . . . Charles McCoy simply can't make: up his mind between Alice Pug' gcnklas and Audrey Peter' snn in Miss Hanscn's eighth' hour English class .... Wlmcii you scc Don Kicckhaefer, ask him what hc and the lwoys wcrc doing in Smitlfs refrig- erator .... june Porth is com- ing up UQ in thc world doing her part in the war cffnrt lay RONALD Dumnorssa Y LORAINE EASTM.-KN 1 I u BEN ENG LE DoLo1u2s FALK BEVERLY F.-YRNHAM SHIRLEY FEILER DANIEL FERGUSON ' RONALD FICKERT DONNA Rosie FIERHELLER DONNA FINKBEINER ' xnwitf . . Y . A. X-A I 'fvff ,, Q rg vig ' 'srl' 2 il I x l ,Y NEO'l'.i FIN NuoN ER HELIEN FLUECHTLING Ricimnn FREIDAC. HARVEY GAl3EL v S 1 5 if ' td ir. Tlx Mi gs, v , a .- 3 fi q ,diff X his 'Q .x .Q f- ' . , '4 if .l .ff 'q ' will ' ai, uitfgei 4. JERRY GALLAGHER LAVONNE GEISER RUTH GEISER BENNETT GRAFF Lois GRAFF HAZEL GRAMLEY MARION GRAY VIRGINIA GRIFFO JEAN HEIMBUCH DoI.oREs HEITZMAN JQAN HEITZMAN JOYCE HI2ITzM.aN FRAN ll HENRY DORIS HIGLEY inspecting at Waxgixcr Print- ing .... Tl1crc's quite a tlxun' daring down thc halls just lwc- forc first hour for nftcrj, Could it he Jack Randall? Oh, no???!!! . . . Just lately Harry Hosking has been rc- ceiving more nut f nf - town mail. Whnt's her address, Harry? . . . Why is "Pac Wee" Dixon always going out to Scioto Mills? . . . Gene Bennett has oncc again set' tled dnwn. Gucss's-s who!!! . . . Irma C'Pcarly Macuj Meyers is olliciully the flake of F.H.S,, :xml F.H.S. will miss her just zlliout "ump-teen"!!! . . . Charlotte Boswell is a big girl now :Ind no longcr has to sit under thc teaclicfs desk as punishment for talking in clam Sci: Charlotte for par' riculars! . , , Gloria Hnll'man's amhitinn in life is to jnin thc circus so shc can display those very crooked little lingers, which have hccn a diversion from work in many classes. . . . Alicc l"nggcnlclass's thcmc song is "Never a Day Goes By That I Don't Hear From You," and shc is thc oflicial mnralc builder of the Marine Corps ..,. Karl Bing thinks lnvi: is simply Gloria!!! . . We live to sue the day when Joyce Hcitzman will hargc down thc halls of F.H.S. inf stead of using those petite GLORIA HOFFMAN VERLE HOFFM.NN DON.-NLD l'l0LDI5M.-KN CARLYN HORAN HARRY Hosizmc PATRICIA Humik VJILLI.-KM HULTQUIST FLOYD HUTCH ERSON Norma HUTMACH ER RAY IFERT Ims JAMES PAULINE joHNsnN LULLA KATSUFRU DONALD KIECKHAEFER ELIZABETH Kmcuumzc ROGER KISH DONALD KNAUFF HAROLD KNICELY STANLEY KoEHLI1R LAVERNE Konsrsn ELIZABETH KRACHT Jmvues Kao noun VEKNLCE Knuisoian ETH EL Knrmin DOROTHY Ku H LEMEIER DOROTHY KUHN Mfnw KURTH THOMAS LABLNSXL steps .... Speaking of women in uniform Cwho Wasil, the hcst-looking one in Freeport is-Dorothy Phillips in her usherctte uniform .... Does Benny Graff love school that much,or is there a rcason why he sits in Znchfloor hall after school patiently waiting? . . Irene Wriglit, the bookkeep- ing whiz-Z.-Z . . . Ask Blanche Berg whose pin she is wear- ing ,.,. Harvey Gubcl wus glad when "Sponge Week" came along-he didn't lizlvc to carry :ill of those hooks. . Donna Ficrhcllcr was once secn trying to get her cello in her locker. You cnn't do it, "Rusty"! . . . Boh Bar' gcmann is having girl trouhlc and Donna what to du!!! . Strangc :ls it scclns, NCKIUI fFinkj Finkhonci' just cznft put hcr hcart into hcr worlig it couldn't hc bccuusc hcr hcarfs in thc Navy, could ir? . . War timc must have hit Barlwzlrn "Bath" Athtrton and Jczm Wittlvcckcr hard, hc- causr they arrive ut school cvvry morning with lhcir hair in pin curls and no make-up on .... LaVonnc Gciscr and Ruth Gciscr confused our dcur professors at thc begin- ning of thc school tcrm, whcn they dccidcd to pronounce their nzuncs with v.lill'ci'cnt vowel sounds .,.. "Ginny" j.xN1c12 Lninnix M.-uw LINDUREN TH no LINCOLN Roy.-xl. Llscom Rosfxu Locum Luorm LOENVE DELLA Lowmmorua Vicron LOPEZ VJILLIAM MCMILLAN B.-XRILXRA M,u.oT'r Menus M.-xRcuM Doms M.NRSH Cl LXR LES MCCOY MARK MCLEROY 'Q ,-f A. I WAx'NE MECK DORIS MIETZ IIINIA MEYER REECE MICI4 LE Lois MILLER JOANN Monkow EILEIEN NAMPEI. JACK N mi LI' DOROTHY NoI3sIcE JACK PACKARD GLENN PALMER Bos PAUGELS AUDREY PETERSON DOROTHY PHILLIPS Griffo, Rockford may have some niceflooking babes, but you have them all heat!!! . , I Lois "Dickie" Dickinson, one of the most willing Carnival helpers, . . The girls have :Il- ways wondered how Leon "Lonnie" siBgI1lClCl" III4In:Iges tu make such lweznutiful touch- downs without mussing :Is much as il single hair. . . Evan "Stukic" Srukenhergs middle name has crept out. Hi, Pearl!! . . . LaIVerne Conf dit just loves to recite lIis poetry, and everyone thur- oughly enjoys ill! . . . Lor' rains Ezxstmnn '- quiet, hut smart. . . . Frank Donner should have gone in for cheer- leading: huwcvcr, he did all right in his own quiet 425 way .... Say, that Luis Graff is quite a flame at sports! . . . The quietcst oncs in the class are Betty Kirchbcrg, Delores Falk, Leona Locwc, Jcunctrc Skccl, Gerry Gallngheri,'xND -Mark McLcRuy Q1 . . . june Walcs prcfcrs thc out' of-town boys. What havc they got that we havcn't??? . . Virginia Stout Can't tell us she didn't have beginner's luck at bowling!!! . . . Mary Ann Trcvillian just couldn't lind her coat one day. Why Lltllllf you get out uf your ncighbor's locker and look in your own, Mary Ann? . . THOMAS PFISTERER ALICE POGGENKLASS JEANNE POLLOCK PHYLLIS Pomcns ju N E FORTH VlRGlNl:X RAFFER1-Y JOHN RANDALL WrxYN E Rncx MARIAN REBS JOHN REINING CAROL RICHARDS Lois RICHTER JOHN Rusx-I NANCY RYAN N uv , X ', A J' Q' 1 i' -. . ,' 'xx , xl -. if si 7? 44, w 1 VS 1w?W 1lfLE'Z' .2 K ig " won? P Mgr , ,,,,u,.,. Ei?" 55 lf 3 tw 3 ,Y ik ' A 'I 'I 8 , , 5 .G 1 fa- f' I ' xi -.991 V-n s 6 spd 'VJKWW' FERNE Sfimiaa Lois S.'m1's0N jim S.'xNmsRs jorm 'Smu:uN'r Max Sci-101111 JE.-KN SCHNEIDER Roniim' Suu Rolimsn VIRLIlNl:X Sci-iUNK EL1z.'xuE'rn Sn ELY ju.iN Snuunrz. JOHN SHumi.'xNER L.-XV.'XLlCIHN Snoivr LEON SIIEGMEIIER 1KRLl'l'HSlEMENS Rus Wulfc observed the hunting and fishing season ruyally this year. He man- agcd to lic alwsent at least fnur days a week!! . , . Holi Duna- liuc has a patented imitation uf a drunk f lic scares tllc fellows when they lcave tlicir girls' houses in thc early morning . . . F. H, Sfs couple who is the most likely to get niarricil is Ray Ifert and Pliyl Popl-aes f so we hear .,.. Lcc Adamson, who used to lac in Miss Hamil's linmernuin, is still a regular visiturg and not to visit Miss Hamil f-f guess nf jean Heiin' buch, of course .,... joan Woiiiclsdiwrf is now wearing a Builder pin-n cute couple, too!!! . . , Bcttc KrIIcht's fav' uritc rcndczvous is Gcssncr's! Guess shc likcs thc cokcs! . . jean Shectz is kccping both thc civilian population and thc Navy happy thcsc days!! . . Carole Blzickmorc takes carc of a certain sailor on his lcaivcs-we sec hcr with him in thc halls quite often. . . A sign ought tu hc prcscntccl to Tom Ptistcrcr - "Silence, genius at work." . . . We hear Betty Bchrcnd likcs tall, dark and handsoInc . , Arthur Arxnaignst is quite an whizfz-z :It bookkeeping. . . Dolores "Orsic" HcitZInIIn, the girl with thc prettiest JEAN ETTE SIQEEI. DONALD SMITH JUNE SMITII THEODORE SMITH LESTER SNYDER LOIS SoRN MARCELLA SPAHR GORDON SI-RINGER MARILYN STAAS RALPH STEARNS JovcE STIEGRIAN VIRGlNI.N STIJUT EVA STU KEN BERG JACK SXVARD MARY ANN TREVILLLAN PAUL TUCRER JAMES V:XUGH.NN VJILLIAM VEHMEIER L.-KVERNE Voss SHIRLEY Voss M.NY WAHLER NORMA W1XHLER JUNE W.-XLES DORDTHY VJAMSLEY ALFRED XV.-XSHBURN JACK WELTY CLARK VJICIHIMAN EDWARD WILHELMS lips ..., Don Brokhausen docsn't stop at pennies any more ..,. Why, Jan Young, what a big yawn you have!!! . . . Emerson QFrank Sinatraj Bchrcncls Clluldllif sleep a wink more than one night, so we hear .... We thank our lucky stars that "Rosie" Banks was ahlc to remain with us through the basket- ball season .... Mzly "Babe" Wahlcr always comes to school so early cvczy morning. I wonder why? . . . Jcromc Dccry and Dick Freidag are pretty fast in basketball . . Doris Marsh was all excited when the "Ouija Board" told her she had a letter from a "certain boyn and she gui unc, too .... Wziyfiic fon thc spotj Meek seemed to be tak- ing the girls for quite a ride Carnival day. 1 w Q Members of the graduating class whose pictures are not in the 1944 Polaris: Delbcrt Moore, Priscilla Stewart, Jan' ice Stocks feompletccl work last summcrj, Richard Wie' nancl, Ross Wolfe, Robert Zimmerman, Laurence Lie- bers fgraduating in Califor- niaj, Howard Scott, William Porth QSpccial Armed Forccsj. HAROLD WILH :sms PAUL WILHELMS DONALD WILLIAMS LEROY WILSON HAROLD Wim-J ES JEAN Wlrrnnciuzn JOAN WQMELSDDRF Jovcis WOMELSDORIT IRENE Woons IRENE WRIGHT Jfmica YOUNG DONALD YUUNGS LEONARD THOMPSON 35 ' The 'Polaris would be incomplete without our expressing appreciation to Miss Doris Platt, who helped us so very much in editing this book. 36 fDo'ris CUE. Tlatt operators and Tilots of Junior ,Satellites Advisers .... Mr. Rubendall, Miss Schmidt, Miss Luebbing President .,......... . ...... ........ L ouise Ousley Vicc-President .... . . . . Dorm Hershbergcr Secretary-Treasurer .... . . . . Atlumns Gcorgalas i Q' Q They call us, Satellites, We the class of '4'5. 'Tis true we do a lot of whirling, and often find ourselves imitating the seniors. How' ever, by doing so, we have made contact with the problems that face the fourth-year class. 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Cramer, P. Calhoun, J. Clock, S. Di- Maggio. MIDIJLE Row: I. Dyslin, B, Dietmeier, V. Doerr, D. Carstedt, M. Deaner, P. Dirksen. FRONT Row: I. Christen, A. Downing, E. Deike, C. Cassman, B. Dunn. OTICGCC "Harry"james Kocller turned out to he the sweetest trumpet player this side of Chicago. . . . Pat Smith developed a fond liking for Hershy this year. QI thought candy hars were rationedj . . . The win- ning Casanova of the year turned out to he handsome Ivan "Ive" Schlafer .... Who will Tom "jughead" Georga- las take to the prom? The lucky girl will find he's a marvelous dancer .... Ask George Chiames to show you the upper half of his left arm. Something new has been add- ed .... Louise Ousley is Wunseh again interested in Freeport. What do they say in Belvidere, Louise? .... Gloria Hill is one reason why hoys leave home. A nice rea- son too! . . . jack "Bugs" Messing, the sehool's leading bugologist, has turned his dis- secting powers towards Alge- hra. He gets thc right an- swers, hut how? . . . Ivfary "Gushie" Gushcrt still cheered her loudest and "Best" for a top memher of our basketball team .... jean Rowan evi- dently doesn't know her own strength. She ripped the fen- der right off the car .... The shortest Spanish report on record was given in three sen- tences hy a red-headed Span- iard named Alherto Shay .... Where does Leonard Thomp- son get all that deep hass voice? . . . Why are Maxine Whitacre and Virginia Pep- perman always giggling to- gether in home room? . . . During third hour Bob "Kni- per" Knipschild got so inter- ested in English that he kept moving forward on his chair, so Miss Luebhing moved him up to the front row. Now he can hear all that is said .... Wlien will Audrey Luede- king and Gene Cheeseman decide to go together? They go uif and on like an electric light .... Tom Kerr was this year's living illustration of that old saying, "ln the Springferj a young man's fancy lightly turns to love." . . . The top man of the jr's. Who's Who List was Harold Witte, a tall, quiet hoy who organized the Solid Six. An organi:ation of solid senders. . . . . Bill Moogk, another "quiet" boy, was chief "wor' ry" man for the outfit. . . , "Sandy"Sandstromoriginated a new step called thc "Col- lapsihlef' You travel around the dance floor without stop- ping and then collapse in the nearest chair ,.... Indian Bracelets took the school by storm this year. Claire Cass' man was the proud owner of the largest set .... Donna George knows the "Gahlc Type." She goes with dash- ing Boh Bergeinann. You see what we mean? . . . "Hurri' cane Hank" Haherkainp sud' denly jumped up, this ycar, to a sixffooter. Well, girls? . . . Ruth "Rosie" Rosenstiel has finally settled down to go- ing steady. With whom? Are you Hosking us? . . . Will someone, for Miss Sehmidt's sake, tell "Dirk" that school starts at 3:30, not S:35? . . . If you don't understand alge- hra either, just call on the class specialists, Mary Lou Deaner, Leah jane Held, and Betty Gilbert ..... Virgil Bowers proved to be a slipf pery fellow with the slide rule. He says it's logarithms. Oh? . , . The cutest couple of the year was Pat Brokhausen and Holdie Hnldeman. Seri- ous? . . . Karl "My Ideal" Bardell is the reason many girls have "Star Eyes." Swoon- ing in the Main Hall only, please! . . . Shirley Mayer BACK Row: D. Guhl, J. Higley, T. Kerr, H. Haberkamp, J. Hill, J. Hartog L. Cummins, R. Kaney, D. Hershberger, D. Grell, T. Hite. Mmotu Row: D. Henke, R. Klaus, B. Howard, B. Dietmeier, R. Ludwig J. Koeller, B. Knipschild, C. Lapp, T. jordan, L. Hasse. FRONT Row: K. Lang, W. Lorey, N. Kerchherg, A. Love, A. Luedeking C. Knotts, J. Johnson, J, Greier. B.-will Row: F. Free-rksen, A. Georgalas, L. Fishhurn, P. Gitz, E. Enzler, j, Graham, J. Franz, M. Frankenfield Minntia Row: M. Heitz, J. Erdmier, B. Foy, B. Griffey, C. Eklund, D, George, B. Cillwert, 1. Hird. FRONT ROW: N. Heard, nl. Hernisineier, L. -I. Held, G. Hill, M. Gushart, D. Holtum. BACK Row: V. Polhill, J. Nelson, S. Pash, S. Penticoif, W. Pearson, M, Pettef piece, G. Oberhart, R. Rinehart, 1. Parriott, Minute Row: J. Kruse, A. North, P. Ross, R. Nescmeyer, V. Pepperman M. Palmer, 1. Rowen, E. Ross, J, Rideout. FRONT Row: M. Rahn, F. Potter, R. Rosenstiel, L. Ousley, M. Pierce, B Ncsemcier, M. L. Perkins. BACK ROW: B. Moogk, V. Marsh, P. Meyers, W. McMillen, j. C. Guhl B. Morrow, D. McCool, B. Kiines. Mmnuz Row: R. Stickle, F. j. Mullins, C. Reining, L. Schmitt, S. Mayer, R. Meyers, M, Mein:cr, J. Mellnick. FRONT ROW: D. Miller, N, Sager, K. Shay, K. Boslough. voted umost like to succeed." She always has her memory work in two months ahead of time. More people should try adopting that plan .... Bolw Dietmeier's smile is a rare thing. Is he shy or is he just saving it for the right person? . . . If you want to know what Oakdale is like in the moonlight, ask Don Kraft .... The jr. Red Cross was a hig success this year due to the competent leadership of Ruth Saxby .... Wlieii his English teacher asked him what he was dreaming of, the hoy dreamily answered, "Aquin." That's right: it was Jake "Pat Hogan" Guhl. This begins to look permanent .... Wlicre would the music department he without Barlw Gulfey to keep them in pitch? . . , Bill Schirmer spent most of his time in Rockford, What's her name, Bill? . , . In case you're wondering why Audrey Tre' pus l11lEIl'f hcen dating, ask her whose class-pin she has. . . . jack "Baldo" Meyers once again used his speed in the basketball floor to our ad' vantage .... Dick Grilliot spent his time chasing foot- halls and Babefsj .... Shir' lcc Fisher is not usually shun' ned. But what is a hamburger without onions? . . . Does Meredith Pettcpiece talk? Prove it .... Wlio stumps Mr. Lumby in Social Prob' lems? That's right, Quiz Kid jack Parriot .,.. Lenor Sta- ver, the girl who has a nice swing on her pack porch .... That queer language? That was Heard in The halls .... Jean "Hcrmy" Hermsmeier must he the "girl the boys like to leave behind" judging from the mail she receives from the armed services. 1 1- is These were the Juniors. The studious,liglitfheartcdjuniors. In the words of Carol Knotts, may we leave you with this thought, "VVho, Frank Sin' atm?" Give that young lady a box of Vitamins Plus and a ticket to next year's senior class. B.-xox Row: .WI1cat L.Vos, J . J. Trevillian, C. Wuxrsclx D, Tearc, D. Ynclcr, D Wardcll, J. Vnupel, J Zanoni, D. Stephens. MIDDLE Row: L. Young, M Stroheckcr, V. Vurc, N. Wamlfc, J. Stimprrt, E Stukcnhcrg, B. L. Allen, M. Waxtkixms, P. Fischer. FRONT Row: E. Udcn, P. Wichnrnix, E. Wachiixx, V. Stewart, R. Brown, G Wicllnlmd, M. Wlmitncrc. BACK ROW: A. Shay, D Sturtcvamt SnndLrs , J- ' , JA Shu-ry, D. Shaw, B. Schif- mcr, J. Thompson, H. Witte, J. Wirmter. MIDIJLE Row: N. Snrn, M. Scitz, R. Saxhy, L, Sichcr, G. Schcffncr, J. Sukup, L. Staver, M. Slaght, P. Smith, FRUNT Row: R. Swartz, E. Thiel, L. Smith, A. Trcpus S. Strobel, J. Stees. H . BACK Row: D. Kraft, J Sturrcvnnt, D. Grillioc, A Frickc, W. Wolxlfcxrd, D Baruch, J. Lawvcr, B. Tilke mcicr, V. Hylc, B. Mc Phcrson, Myers. MIDDLE Row: J. Koym, J Cooke, J. Kaufman, E Eildcrs, N. Rutter, D. Shiv vers, J. Tippctts, B. Young S. Fisher, E. Eildcrs. FRONT Row: R, Snndstrnm L. Marhior, B. Ruthc, K Ludolph, C. Stcnzhurn, L Thompson, B. Young, P Kutzkc, J. Messing. Qpemtors and 'Pilots of ,Sophomore Gomets Advisers . . ...... Mrs. Lees, Mr. Kempf President .... ,.......,..... I oe Durst ViccfPresidcnt . ...... Nancy Ferguson Secrctaryf'I'reasur r ..,.. Bob Clmpman Comets are We! Shooting off into space is a specialty of the class of '46. Real comets have long, glowing tails, but human beings lost that monkey business a long time ago they say. 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V, -.NJ .MMV--:fl-V-.V, V4 1 -" - -- - ,gi-',g3g'!V-gmf'V-.-L, -f -f f -,V ' ' - - - '- V- 2-mf" ngV-5VxV?.gf:23xr3axg5f,Am4.2,3.I5i. , John .,'?e'w-wind .., .. x. -1-Yilflfni US , J BACK ROW: N. Buihngton, J. Brumfield, B. Buss, P. Barclcll, E. Adams. MIDDLE ROW: G. Bing. J. Aurand, E. Bott, R. Bamberg, S. Binningcr, B. Anderson, R. Borchcrs, C. Bunncll. FRONT Row: E. Backus, F. Bird, P. Baker, D, Allen. C, Brydsun, G. Burk holder. BACK ROW: A. Clark, B. johnson, B. Czissmun, E. Drcicr, 1. Crruncr, J Drcyer, G. Durst. MIDDLE Row: N. Dart, B. Coomber, I. Dir, A. Dickens, C. Dcnth, M. Carstedt. Fnom' Row: D. Donahuc, H. Crcitr., S. Demon, L. Curdcs, A, DcGau, G. Cramer, N. Clement, B. Chaprnain. Jil fljrojection into ,Space just who was that beau- tiful hunk of female ut thc Sophomore amcm' bly??? All of thc boys wcrc inquiring -- How about it, Chnppie???!!! . . . jack Knoble has A hui-cl time hanging on to things. His tubaggan got away from him unc night .... njitterbugn Fosler rcally kept thc floors of the "Y" vi' brating this year ..... Phil Bardcll is well- known for his "short" book reports .... Then there arc thosc wliizzes in Caesar class. Shirlcy Gartman - and, of course, George Aurand ???lll . . . All thc girls' ambition is to have long and curly hair like jim Zartman's ..... Sec lviurilyn Taylor if thc corrections on your typ- ing paper arc incorrect. . . . That wasn't joscf Hofmann's music you heard ringing through the halls. It was"Potsy" Younghlut .... Sincc when rlo T and P stand BACK Row: E. Fox, K. Henk, D. Heitz, T. Greicr, B. Hickmar, G. Grccnc W. Gahel. MIDDLE Row: D. Hill, B. Grctlcr, J. Hartman, J. Hcsscnius, B. Hagerman S. Haupert, J. Heilman, W. Howard. FRONT ROW: I. Giles, K. Gorham, M. Guffcy, A. Hccklnan, S. Gartxnan B. Hciland, M. Harris, N. Gallagher. BACK ROW: L. Foslcr, P. Franklin, R. Finkboncr, R. Fritz, R. Fcrtitta, K Forrester, M. Fagcr. FRONT Row: D. Freidag, W. Fink, S. Folgatc, D. Euler, N. Ferguson, J Fickcrt, A. Erchnicr, D. Fickcrt. 1-11 . . 1 -.,-.1--.Q-n.pk.....n-:M--uw-nm BACK ROW: Z. Klapp, B. Kracht, F. Keller, D. Kicfcr, R. Leopold, R. Kilkcr, S. Laughlin, L. Kastcn, B. Liclxtcnbergcr. MIDDLE Row: L. Martin, B. Lyon, A, Lenz, K. Longancckcr, V, Long, D Lamm, J. Lapp, B. Martin, B. Lowe. FRONT Row: S. Kronlvcrg, D. Klosa, E. Kccfcr, E. Lallcy, N. Lanclcck, B Kaiser, M. Koclxsmcicr, B. Marassa. BACK Row: W. Howard, B. Kurz, B. Kant, J. Knolwcl, C. Karl, H. Hills: O. Kuhlman, F, Howard. MIDDLE Row: R. Hocflc, T. Jacobs, R. Johnston, M. Jcssup, I. Hunter, J Holtum, D. Jones, A. Jogcrst, FRONT Row: M. Koen, P. Hulwcr, M. Johnson, O. Kcllcm, M. Hoinan, S Johnson, L. Houy, D. Jacobs. x for Betty Lou and Dan rcspcctivcly??? . . . We wonder what goes on at tliosc stagfpartics of yours, "Hoot"??? . . . Just call me "Selby Hoopcrtl' '... Lucky Cramer, Nancy kept you pretty busy during sponge wack, didn't sho? . . . Arc you really the womanfhatcr you say you arc, Shirl? . . . Richard "California" Hilmer and a pair of ice-skates just don't scam to mix!!! . . Ginger made quite a hit, didn't she, Bob??!! . . . We scc Lubcnow finally broke down .... Did you tziku: Miss Schmidt's advice about thc comb, Donalcl?!!!!! . . . Fred Tocllc docsn't bclicvc in sponge week. Wlxy not, Frcd??? . . . Tom Wick, the ubond salcsmzmf '... . Sec Barbara Hagerman for details about the foggy night of thc Aurora game .... It seems Rus' scl Mcllnick's tclcplione BACK Row: R. Marcum, R. Mcllnick, F. Meier, A. Mcrklc, B. Munro, C Mcllvnnic, D. Morton, R. Mcllnny. MIDDLE ROW: W. Loring, M. Marcum, V. Pzirriutt, N. McCool, P. Miller, M. A. Mcilc, J. Monroc, F. Millcr, T. McLcroy. FRONT Row: L. Oswalt, D, Lindgren, G. Mucllcr, M. Matz, A. Mulnix M. L. Morgziii, B. McMillan. BACK Row: Moen, Shay, E. Rockow, J. Rayburn, D. Rocmcr, C. Szmdcrs V. Ralm, S. Rcitz, A. Scitz, J. Albrecht. MIDXJLE Row: P. Reel, j. Scofield, R. Pals, R. Slmfcr, D. Clark, P. Neugcs, jr. J. Quinccr, E. Pfisterer, J. Scbimpf. FRONT Row: R. Nclson, L. Pinnow, B. Paulson, M. Nelson, L. Pndficld M. Nelson, C. Peck, B. Pcppcrmam, E. Shain. 1 BACK Row: B. Nampcl, R. Sandmeicr, K. Noltemeier, D. Sutterlin, M. Nelson, D. Randolph, R, Rawleigh, J. Roscmcicr. MIDDLE Row: B. Smith, H. Schlcgcl, I. Schlacfcr, J. Rampenthal, G. Neber- man, M. Schlcich, O. Salter. FRONT Row: M. Samcl, B. Smith, P. Shea, E. Stearns, D. Quics, N. Stine A. Schleuning, L. Sclioonhovcn. BACK ROW: D. Shepard, E. Solaclay, C. Schmclzle, J. Seckcr, T. Schwarz G. Sclicffncr, J. Spangler, W. Stukcnhcrg, P. Simler, D. Scovcl. MIDDLE Row: M. Staas, N. Strobel, B. Spitlcr, I. Wessels, A. Som, M Stearns, C. Stchbings, J, Springer. FRONT Row: R. Stoner, M. L. Sicmscn, E, Stoner, E. Splictholf, R. Schoclllcr N. Shcwman, A. Sinilcr, E. Smith. 1 i is always busy around 10:15 o'clock .... Just what does Jo kccp tuck' cd away between thc pages of "Gone With thc Wind"??? . . . WC ncvcr found out wheth- cr Finkhoncr was loyal to thc Sophomore class or not!!! . . . Inna Dir really stuck by thc mot' to, "Wii1 with Sym," during the campaign for King and Quccn. . . . Boh Stoncr finds some great attraction at thc Patio, and I don't think it's thc movie. . . Who is this "Matilda Shepard," anyway? . . . The schoolfboarcfs next project should be a padded study hall for Bill Kurz .... Sylvia Folgatc gcts butter fin- gers in thc cafeteria once in a while - but not always .... Joanic and Myrna Szuncl can give you thc latest on thc Bclvidcrc boys .... Mary Lou Morgan has a hard time getting in bc- forc shc's supposed to!!! BACK Row: H. Winter, E. Waller, G. Aurand, R. Vohlkcn, B. Stoner, D Syxnanek, P. J. Sloneckcr, R. Earnest, B. Robbins, L. Wicnand. MIDDLE Row: G. Utt, L, Wirtjcs, R. Tilkemeicr, K. Youngblut, R. Tippctts S. Lapp, P. Gitchcl, J. Kuhlemeyer, J. Zartman. FRONT ROW: D. Long, A, Ziininermzin, C. Tobin, P. Winter, D. Laiynmnn, M. Zimmerman, S. Ycnglc, G. Wunsch, L. Zwcifcl. BACK Row: W. Thiel, D. Voss, H. Strohackcr, L. Weckerly, L. Surtcrlin, F. Toellc, M. Stewart, D. Steinhardt, K. Stains. MIDDLE Row: V. Roberts, K. Johnson, M. Kuhn, M. Taylor, C. Trucl-flood, B. L. Rasmussen, N. Trotter. FRONT Row: B. Zimmerman, D. Thruman, B. Thorpe, S. Tobin, D. Vrtol, E. Vorc, D. Spielinan, B. Watkins. Qpemtors cmd fPilots of Qlresltman 'Plcmetoicls Advisers . . . ..... Miss Damer, Mr. Funk President .,... .....,.. C liarles Engellmrt Vicc'Prcsidcnt . . . .,.,. Mellvin Boeleliolder Secretary-Treasurer ....... Gayle Cramer "In the heavens, Jupiter with his great bulk pulled the soft pieces apart of which a planet would have been forrnedg and instead of one planet of respectable size, there are hundreds of little planets." Jupiter is the largest planet which revolves around the Sun, just as the Senior Stars are the big shots in Freetonia. This is just a hint to those upperfclassmen to stop picking on the freshmen. We want to grow up! 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R1 " zv'Hkf:V1mg3:-gift.,d.,.E.,,,K f- " ' , M .SQ .- J -nw X2 Q waz: :Ed G 4,-li. .r-'X--',v1121'fi:122:4 - -, I my-rff ff-f' 1' -. A .2 -W 4s 2 J Om' M '.fiS5af5?1i,:i2"-1321 , ' B.-tok Row: J. Bender. O. Mackcrc, B. Hall, R. Vtfright, B. Wintcrs. MIDDLE ROW: L. Gicscy, D. Ivlavcs, B. Whcatt, R. Rumclhagcn, R. Layton, P. Wootan, I. jacobs. FRONT Row: D. Wahlcr, M. Rhodes, B. Marsh, G. Gienapp, N. Mitchell M. Gordon, N. Rance. BACK Row: W. Stewart, H. Lawson, J. Knodlc, R, Thielc, D. Mammoscr, E. Tucker. MIIDIILE Row: I. Collalti, B. Long, E. Davis, C. Ottcnhauscn, L. Krueger, il. Zimmerman, D. Brinkincicr. FRONT Row: R. Km-th, N. Mcnscnkamp, P, johnson, R. Parkinson, P. Rutt- man, L. Dean. t 'fQclcering Jiang This isn't to the knowl- edge of the general puhlic, hut ask Joann "Quccnie" Gushart whose corsage-s she wore the night of the carnival .... "We," the members of thc Freshman class, do here- by wish to congratulate those "msn" of our class, who, in their loy- alty to our school and its good name, partici- pated in, and won let' tcrs in any field of athf lctics ,... Say! Lucy Nelson sure liked the carnival meeting we had, when one of the haskcthnll attractions walked in .... Sprcial to Kenny Hultquist: If you study a half a cred' it harder next semester, you'll make at peach of a basketball player. . . From all reports, wt hear Vonny Swank is getting letters from a pretty popular guy from West Aurora .... Speaking of West Auf mru, we think our checrfleaclers, well rep, resented by the Fresh- man class, could out' cheer their cheer-leaders ten to one .... Frank Cowan makes ri good football player, and hc also makes :i good host. . . . The "qui: kids" in our class seem to he BACK Row: B. Ely, K. Grccnc, R. Higlcy, R. Kunkle, D. Wachlin, R. Gal lagher, J. Bauscher. MIDDLE Row: J. Springer, J. MacKenzie, C. Merchant, M. Spliethoif, W Dickens, J. Wright, C. Butcher, R. Graves. FRONT Row: J. Knsten, B. Young, D. Roemer, J. Panske, M. Shouer, E Stahenow, N. Born. BACK Row: J. Smith, R. Diddcns, R. Mackey, C. Thompson, E. Oosting T. Gaulrnpp. MIDDLE Row: M. Pfcil, N. McGee, D. Yahnkc, j. Bockc, H. Peacock, S Morden, A, Nelson. FRONT ROW: J. Davis, J. Witteixnmeycr, H. Hucsing, A. Klaus, D. Law, D Wcscott. s BACK ROW: J. Baxter, V. M. Bush, R. K. Bevcrlcy, J. Bran, J. Brnhakcr, V Birkholz, L. Adams, L. Brumiicld, E. R, Brucc, B. Bauschcr. MIDDLE Row: M. Bray, S. Brcchtel, P. Besscrt, M. Baker, V. Bonn, B. Bantsr, D. Buss, B. J. Burr, E. Baker. FRONT Row: N. Arnold, M. Aurand, C. Bcsscrt, H. Anderson, R. Barrett P. Bordiicr, M. Bncklioldcr. Back Row: P. DcVoi-c, D. Curricr, J. Diifenhaugh, C. Engslhart, F. Cowan, M. Flucgel, J. L. Downey, P. Calderon, B. Clark. MIDDLE Row: J. Daughcnbaugh, J. Duitsman, B. Deancr, M. Colo, E. Del zcll, J. Dixon, V. Finkhcincr, S. Cline, J. Franscn. FRONT RUW: Carey, R. DcNurc, D. DcVrics, C. Fairliairn, R. Eckcrt, J. Domingucs. ' 1-xv, Lois "Ozzie" Kahl, Caryl "Pug" Wamsley, Augustus J. Stuken- bcrg, and Frcderic "Ted" Nugent .... We think Bob uljumpfhan- dlc" Eckcrt will strike oil pretty soon, if hc kccps up his good work on the dance iloor ,... Why clocsn't Lois Go- thow pass around some of her good looks and cute clothes and give thc rest of us a chance? . . . Gcc, the algebra class will certainly be dull whcn John Youngs and Ronald Jeffery run out of smart remarks. . . . Did anyone ever see a time when Andy ss l Hutchins and Bah Sec' ley are together and evf erything is quiet? . . . It might help Miss Han- sen at lot if snmcnnc would tcll Bob Wilscan when 7th hour bcgins. . . . When you come tn school in thc morning and sec something flit' ting around before you, it just might he Phyllis DcVorc ..... Norma Kcrch must use somc sccrct hair shampoo to make her hair grow so much .... Wcll, the Freshmen sccm to he running out nf "g:ls"g su I guess well better put down our wheels and come out of thc clouds. l ,,,, BACK Row: L. Brown, J. Knchclhulfcr, K. Hultquist, C. Lcnior, R. Miller, R. Koestcr, R. Ludolph, O. Knodlc, V. Burkhart. Minnug Row: L. Knhl, J. Kraft, L. Kutsus, M. Kurtz, D. LcVcque, H. Kuhlcf mcicr, A. Koning. FRONT Row: D. Mullarkcy, R. Henry, R. Mcicr, R. Bruhnkcr, D. Krunbcrg. BACK Row: N. Kcrch, D. Hopkc, C. Karsten, N, Kuhlemcier, A. Hutchins G. Harhnch, G, Kcmpcrt, B. Lchr, J. Hogins, J. Loring. MIITDLE Row: B. Hansen, P. Howarth, B. Hncfr, J. Grcicr, K. L. Johnson L. Gnthow, F. Gray, J. Gushart. FRONT ROW: J. Kennedy, A. Grccn, G. Dciningcr, R. Jeffrey, G. Gcrlufl' L. Kisar, C. Korres. w BAUK Row: R. Wilson, L. Stukcnhcrg, C. Wannslcy, P. Watson, J. Sturtcvamt, ,I. Wncllcigh, L. Willits l Thnmnn, C. Walldcclicr, M Wallis D W1 . , . 'cnnnd, j. NVittbcckcr. Mll3l3LE Row: M. Vdhiuncr, L. Short, S. Stult:, R. Slu- ncckcr, L. Swank, P. Tuv- cnncr, P. Shcctr., B. Vick, M. Srrohcckcr. FRONT Row: C. Toussnint, R. Vallarta, L. Smyth, ,l. Youngs, R. Wagner, K. Wnhler, J.Wh:1lcn, J.Wilf lils, M. Zimmcrmun, jr. BACK Row: A. Millcr, D Reid, C. Moen, W. Moon- cy, T. Nugent, M. Sul:- nmn, B. Nuncnmclmcr, il Rinchzxrt, D. Mosier. MIIJDLE ROW: 1. Mnrcum, B Ncugcs, G. McConnell, J Manthci, N. Mayer, L Nelson, D. Mead, N. Mnpcs, N. M. Mayer. Fknm' Row: E. Schoonhuv' cn, L. Otto, j. Scckcr, D. Scott, D. Prinkcy, L. Mess' mlm, R. Nelson. BACK Row: J. Pohl, N. Picrcc, B. Parriott, R. Soc- Icy, D. Scgks, E. Schirmcr, A. Roche, M. K. Ticc, ,I Scuvill. Mmnus Row: N. Pfeil, L Kcppcn, E. Snxby, C. Nnck, H. Phillips, D. Recd, A. Rogers, L. Riley, B. Pchlcr. Fmmr Row: L. Smith, R. Williams, Nl. Stukenlwrg, G. Undcrwoocl, R. Sowcrs, D. L. Snap, D. Radcliffe. A. Thinncs. ' :ASSEMBLIES You are swept along to the inevitable traiiie jam at the head of the stairs. Finally, after being vigorously bashed and battered, you arrive at the gym sometimes whole, and sometimes not. Often you discover false finger' nails sticking in your arm. At any rate you are at last in the gym. You sit down nervously. Hereupon someone gets tangled in your legs and pokes his elbow in your eye. Applying the muscles, you extricate yourself, Follow' ing this little episode, you content yourself with plueking the false fingernails from your arm. Unexpectedly a goodfnatured fellow slaps you heartily on the hack, dislodging every inside described in the doctors manual. The hell chirps. Then a hush creeps over the audience. The show is on! Perhaps it's a Rotary Club speaker relating his experiences and every now and then tickling you with either a frightfully old or a wallnping new joke. Perhaps it's a tooth specialist going into a discourse over our food manglers. Perhaps it's a pep assembly with our hrisk Cheerleaders coneocting a few roof-lifting cheers. Perhaps it's a state cop warning us against the supreme hazard of the "one'arm" driver. Perhaps it's an assembly de, signed to raise a few thin dimes for the class in the spirited earnival contest. When everything is going smoothly, someone steps out with the familiar glint in his eye. Everyone knows what it means. Witli due solemnity it is announced that you may proceed to your eighthfhour class. Groans and gasps ensue. XVith a thousand others, you make the hundredfyard clash for the door. Once through it, you discover that you will have shredded shirt for the afternoon snack, o wr of In a serious vein, however, the students have appreciated the efforts of those who have participated in and promoted our fine assemblies this year. ah 1 ing at the wonderful mechanics, raditvmcn, and coming scientists, AND especially Boh Schroeder. fWllill.S wrong, Boh, didn't it work?l We mustn't forget the much-exclnimed'over home-cc department with its soy bean display and clothes conservation. Talking about modern design, did you see the "rogues gallery" exhibit, in hoth oils and film? CHcy, v.loesn't that look like Seely's ahode?j Open House just couldn't he complete without those "little confidential talks" that always occur hetwcen folks and teachers. f"Weh" usually adds a little touch of football to his, thoughj After these pep U1 talks, the crowd adjourned to more soothing entertainment such as the orchestra and physical fitness programs in the gym, or joined the First Nighters in listening to the dramatists in 116. 'DANCES All the swoon-crooners, rugfcutters, and sockfhoppers were certainly pleased this year, for Port Freetonia gave out with many at captivating jam-session. The Student Council kept up the festal follies hy putting on the Christmas dance. Next in line came the super seniors, who supported Vickie and Lonny hy giving out with the Valentine dance. And how could we leave out the Philo Club, which instigated the novel Policcnmn's Ball, OR The Flatfoot Fling, OR, as it is better known, The Sock Hop? fOur arches will never he the s:unc!J The entire heavenly Qwho, us?j hodies should thank their lucky stars for the numerous "Y" dances the Hi-G-R girls put on. If it hadu't heen for them, where would we have gone every Friday night? 61 l 'Tis quite a leap from the time "The Cow Jumped Over the Moon" in most mortals' lives and that era best typified by uMoon Love," a bit of Tschaikowsky's "Fifth Sym' phony" reproduced in modern vein. And we were just wondering: If that burntfout cinder Cas the astronomers call the moonj really is interested in romance, and if the love of music is a natural characteristic of mankind, wouldn't you think all presentfday peoples might be able to play ,a more har' monious role? Or is that old moon just a piece of cheese? 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Mqfmf ' 'lytxx M. x 4--Y-w ww A -C'1Y.4maf ..i-.1-rwrua-n A X5 . ,AW X fy Q 1,2-L5-v la.-W . I I 1 , , - ,.,....,.,4,Q ' V. M X W g 2 1- m f ... fa:-1.-'ire fx ' S3 ' , . RV- - , -Xw 'v5E'fsaQ,gffv:, .. . -X 'rr' AX- .M.,,.X. . ,, ,.., " 'uf XL:f:f,: ww' . ,. '9fET4EiYf1Ef4?f'1 1, .22 .- " 'i5"'7'?-'1ipQ.'.:iEL2i'r-Erlfw C13-X-59, .1,, 3,1A112251-fiw"?Zff-'T'"F 4, 3. 5, -'.-:-:-g- "5 .:Qjh5.gw,.,,.,,,,,,,.is ,G , , .. . ,. - W :NNI-fe:anij'-ii'-5145312325.-grlgifkf-ft!:Q123Q3ff.QQBiTi3?ix5q:w2.2. f- Mfum,wma-ffmsmzz-,w,1,.m:,-5.--:-.-:Q '-1--511 x1i1gJf,1a'P.L4-sggegfff GZSREBLE GLEF ffl BANK ROW: L. Schmitt, B. Bclxrcnd, M. Zinnncrmam, QI. Cuokc, -I. Hird, S. julinsnn, M. J. Homzm D. Eulcr. MIDDLE Row: S, Fcilcr, M. Kuclasmcicr, D. Sliivcrs, E. Dcikc, I . Dirkscn faccompamistj, R. Roscn sticl, M. A, Mcilc, D. Allen. FNJNT Row: L. Hnselton Mathew fdirccmrj, A. Nurtli, B. Young, N. Gallagher, C. Reining D. Kuhlcmcicr, M. Morrow, I.. Pinimw. 1 Trclwlc Clcf A students generally lizlvc more vocal cxpcricncc to their credit tlmn tluvsc in Trclvlc Clcf B. Most of tlicm arc selected by incrit of ability from tlic Trclwlc Clcf B group of thc prcviuus ycnr. Trclwlc Clcf A students carried il major rcspnnsilwility tliis yczir for innking our Christmas Vcspcrs and Spring Fcstivzil ai succcx. 64 v Jl QAPPELLA BACK ROW: B. Polhill, K. Busluugh, C. Stcnzhorn, B. Cayman, ml. Parriott, I. D. Schlacfcr, H. T Hahcrkamp, T. R. Jordan, K, Yuunghlut, Rumpcnthal. THIRD ROW: S. Brcdal, I. james, G, Schcffner, K. Noltcmcicr, D. Guhl, L. Thompson, H, Gallcl W. Lurcy, H. Slaght, R. Gciscr, M. Johnson. SECOND Ruw: V. Pcppcrman, M. Wliitacrc, G. DcVore, E. Wacliliii, E. Stukcnhcrg, J. johnsun, J. Koym, J. Alwcls, AI. Waxlcs, D. Long, A, Snyder. FRONT ROW: E. Sccly, E, Ross, R. Saxby, L. Gciscr, H. Chizuncs. B. Gulfcy faccompanistj, U Schcffncr, J. Kruse, G. Chixuncs, N. Wcmlfe, L. Hasclton Mathew Qrlircctorl. XVith a whirl of thc dircct0r's haton, ancl eyes alert on the instructor, a cappella :lmir begins its daily practice. A highly trained choir pcrsnnncl, triplc trims, and quartets, as well as individual soloists, arc the outgrowth of these W'6ll'glIlllCLl lcssuns. And Frcvport auclicnccs, listcning to thc inspiring Christmas Vesprr music and thc gay May festival, reali:c what an and thcsc studcnts will hc to cvmmunity choral groups in thc future. 65 Remember hearing the "Mzxdrigals" of Frectoniu at our Christmas Vespers and the Spring Festival? Then you will know how much pleasure Mxmdrigail singers have been giving folks down through the ages, heeause this type of singing originated "way hack when." Two other small vocal music en- sembles which gave their audiences much enjoy- ment were the Triple Trio and Buys' Quartet. Remember, yuu heard them this june at our baccalaureate service? QYXCADRIGALS BACK, Row: L. Thompson, I. Sehlaiefer, H. Gzxhcl, H. Slaght. FRONT Row: j. Wailes, J. Ahcls, G. DeVoi'e, I. james, E. Sealy. TSRIPLE CGRIO BACK Row: H. Chiames, G. Schetfner, S. Bredal, R. Geiser, B. Guffey fpiainistj. FRnNT Row: E. Wachlixm, M. Wliitzxcre, V. Pepper' man, A. Snyder, N.Wolfe. Mrs. Mathew, Miss Nelson ZBAND CPERSONNEL KARL H. KUBITZ, Dmrcroa Financial Maiiagcr . . . . , . ......... . Gcorgc Kloos Student Directors . . . . . Dan Tcarc, Barbara Malott Student Manager ...... Drum Major .......... Williztimi Dit:lcr ...,....,....DanTcarc Librarians ......... , Elvcra Bott, Shirley Gartman Equipment Manager .......,.... James Anderson Honorary Member .......... Mrs. Mentor XVhcat Majorcttcs .... Iris Bohlin, Janice Abcls, Gloria Hill, Patty Brockhauscn, Claire Cassman, FLUTES AND PICCOLOS Barbara Malott, Principal Janice Young Don Kraft Gcrtrudc Wuxisch Jack Cramcr Lois Kahl Lillian Kutsus Alice Anne Scit: Andy Hutchins Ruth Roscnsticl OBOES AND ENGLISH HORN Aurlrcy Pctcrson, I'rincip'il Norma Landcck Stanley Pash Frcclcrick Nugcnt BASSOONS Nancy Ferguson, Principal Frances Potter June Scolicld E FLAT CLARINET Joan Hcitzman B FLAT CLARINETS Dan Tcarc, Principal Williaxn Ditzlcr Mary Jane Homan Harold Witte Robert Donahue Joyce Wciiixclsdrwrf Joyce Koym Shirlcy Jean Gartman Ncota Finkboncr Barbara Athcrtnn Jcan Rowan Martha Mary Scitz William Moogk Betty Dunn Phyllis Baker Joann Gushart Carol Knotts Andrey Lucdcking Norma Clement Mary Ethel Guffcy Lcvonne Swank Lois Gothnw Fannie Jane Mullins Bvstty Young Bctty Jean Burr Robert Wilstiii ALTO CLARINETS Jane Ridcout, Principal Jcannc Hcrinsmcier BASS CLARINET Robcrt Olson Nancy Ryan? SAXOPHONES Shirley Ma ycr,Alt0, Principal Gloria Hoffman, Alto Robcrt Anderson, Alto Joyce Hogins, Alto Jack Hartman, Tenor Charles Butcher, Tenor Robert Sccley, Baritone CORNETS Joan Woniclsdorf, Principal Marcella Spahr LaVcrnc Condit Shirl Laughlin Bette Lou Rasmusscn Jack Meyers Don Sacks Jack Bauschcr TRUMPETS Jamcs Kocllcr Calvin Wunsch Down thc ficlcl, in thc gym, on the stagc, coming down the strcot, cvcrywherc you turn you see and hear thc band. Hearing "Siboncy" or that ever-popular piccc of the 'lslidingahorn scctionf' "Tiger Rag," or thc more clasical picccs, as "Hiawatha" or "Dedication," people arc thrilled to bc able to call this band their own. After slaying HORNS june Portli, Principal Donna Rose Fi-:rhcllcr Lois Miller Dick Randolph Elvcrn. Bott Shirley Millcr joycc Allwrccht 4loAnnc McKcn:ic Priscilla Watsoii TROMBONES john Reiningm joycc Cooper, Principal Harvey Zairtinzin Rolaind Borchcrs Charles McCoy -Izunes NVhcat BARITONES LCC Wcckcrlyf, Principal Janics Zaxrtman TUBAS George Aurnnd, Principal Elton Miller Carl Thompson Willis Dickens STRING BASS Wziyiiic Reckif PERCUSSION jnincs Anderson, Principii Theodore jaicohs Roger Fritz Jziincs Brulmikcr Williird Robbins Hairliin Anderson l jack Swaird, Bass MARIMBA Williiiiii Kriicht Phyllis jenn Shcetz 'lf lst scmcstcr members Ml'S' Wllfilf. lioimriiry hand mrmlwcr aiwaiy for months in thc tower, wc :irc rciidy for the hig cvcnt of thc ycar, the spring conccrt. The drummers' hccls zirc no longcr sticking out of the box, thc clzirincts arc :it last playing the rests, and the flutes are down to Ll slight roair. On this happy note fohlj wc shall lczwc these musicians fno cumincntj playing their favorite compositions Sfish music, QTo nonmcmlvcrs these picccs :irc commonly known :is "scales."j QRCHESTRA 'YPERSONNEL Director ..........,....,....... Karl H. Kuhiti. Instructor String Instruments ....,. Ernest Secinan Student Leaders ...... Dan Tcare, Barbara Malott Librarian ......., . . . , , . . . ..... Elvcra Bott Equipment Manager . . Mr. Kulwit:. Mr, Sccman . . . james Anderson 1s'r VIOLINS jack Randall, Principal Harold Witte James Zartman jcrry Clock jack Aurand George Aurand Scllwy Haupcrt Ivan Sclilacfer Caryl WilI11SlCj' Phyllis Dirksen Eleanore Splictlin ZNIJ VIOLINS Willis Dickens, P Virginia Bonn Don Waicliliii Priscilla Vfatson Audrey Dickens Marian Harris Ray Sowers- Shirley Stull: Betty Tliorpc Barlaara Parriott Marilyn Meinzer Norma Wziller if rincipal VIOLAS Ted Nugent, I rincipal 7 Carl Thompson l'larolL.l Hillc Luis Smitlx Donna George Pauline Miller 'CELLOS Dorothy KVamsley, Principal Donna Rose Ficrlicller Patricia Palmer Nancy jane Pierce .laniec Abels CONTRABASSES Vsfayne Rack? ,lean Rinehart, Principal Evelyn Thiel Katlierinc .lolinson FLUTES Barlwara Maltwtt, Principal Janice Young Gertrude Wuiisclx Don Krafti' 10 OBOES Audrey Peterson, Principal Norma Landcck CLARINETS Dan Teare, Principal Willizini Ditzlcr Joyce Wimnmelsdnrf Joyce Koym 'll lst semester memhers BASSOONS Nancy Ferguson, Principal Frances Potter june Scofield CORNETS joan Wisiiielsdiirf, Principal LaVerne Condi: Marcella Spahrs HORNS Lois Miller, Principal june Porth Dick Randolph Elvera Bott TROMBONES Harvey Zartman, Roland Borchcrs james Vsfhcat TUBA Elton Miller PERCUSSION james Anderson Ted Jacobs Roger Gallagher Principal All that sawing and scraping you hear from the tower is our larger and better orchestra of '44. 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Francois ......... . Knpplcr . . . Jcannc Pollock . Robert Bergcman Vcrnicc Krueger . . . . june Smith . . Dan Ferguson . Gloria DcVnrc Pauline Dciningcr . Barbara lvialoit . . . . . Iris Buhlin . . . joycc Cooper . . . Janice Young . . james Vaughan . . , Victor Lopcz Primal in schola Prima in Cordibus nostris Prima in omnibus"--- LETTERS TO LUCERNE 75 LETTERS TO LU CERNE The curtain was ahout to rise! As each mcmher of the cast in turn took his place upon the stage, all thc memories of the three weeks of hard work leading up to this night flitted across his mind. But what memories could he more heart warming than Hans' off-stage love call of x'Mairzy Doats," or the twinkle in Miss Lloyd's cyc which made her "all right, let's settle down now" not mean a thing to her enthusiastic wards? How the audience would have heen sur- prised had the curtain risen too soon! They would have found the supposedfto- hefnervous performers dancing to the strains of "Vienna Woods" as played hy the orchestra, But the crowning point of the evening came with Boh Bergcmaifs playfmustfgofon attitude, when he should have been home keeping company with some "l1icarh" and a few hot-water hottles. It was indeed an experience that will glow in the memories of our future Grants and Garsons. 76 'DEBATE BACK ROW: Mr. Smith, adviser, L. Gothnxv, H. Anderson, B. Smith, B. Pchlcr, L. Kahl. FRUNT Row: B. Knipschild, R. Sandstrom, AI. Vaughan, B. Schirmcr, L. XVcckf crly, j. Kocllcr. NVith thc varsity dchatc team finishing ith in thc Big S, our dchating scason was over with cvcryonc quite pleased. Cnnsidcring that thcrt: was nnly one mcmhcr nn thc squad from last ycar, hopes wcrcift ton high in thc fall. But as weeks flaw hy, the squad mcmhcrs hccamc more assurcd of thcmsclvcs and prnvcd tn hc worthy uf the namc "Dchatcrs." Prospects an: promising for next ycar as midscmcstcr hruught in many new, shining, and bright GJ faces, ,STATE SPEECH GONTESTS Frccpnrt was host tn ninc schunls cntcrcd in thc Statc Scctional Spccch Contvsts, March '24, l944. Witli entrants in all cvcnts, wc touk thrcc firsts: unc in serious read' ing, hy Luuisc Ouslcyg unc in nriginal oratnry. hy jim Kncllcrg and in thc plays, with thc one-act drama, "Pullman Car Hiawatha," hy Thornton Wilder. In thc stats: finals held at Champaign, April I4 and 19, thc individual contrstants won third places in their respective cvcnts, and thc play rcccivcd a class A rating. Freeport finishcd in fnurth place in thc state with a total uf sixtccn points. 71 QARNIVAL February 14, 1944. lt was the hig night! Swarms of people were filtering in and out of the gym doors. Inside was the long-awaited F. H. S. carnival, aptly called The Heart Throh. Booths lined the sides with their meaningful signs. A large heart rose majestieally in the haekgrouiitl. Little hoxes jingled with coins as the members of the respective elasses thrust them in faces imploringly. Workiiig feverishly, the husylwodies hehind the pop counter supplied the crowd with their assortment of refreshing juiees. The program Went oil' with precision f a lwalwy contest, at fashion show, and a little floorfeutting to satisfy the footfwork specialists. At eleven o'eloek the supreme moment arrived. The numher of votes were announced, and the kings and queens burst through the huge heart. The seniors, Verniee Krueger and Leon Siegmeier, were the ones crowned as victors. Congratulations, jan Young and Boh Schroeder, and the various committees, you who undertook the gigantic task of a earnivalf and succeeded so well in the task. 78 i l Wil 91 x' U Q ff ' R 3 J' , P r L' .. I4 1? 1 1 I v.. 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VV -334.3 E-Qrf:-315x563 1.3 1 V V' V -.mf J QV- , V9 . . : :' ' . ff' 55211 Va.-is 'PS "EP -.1 - : , 1e.!.' ni .- -ff ff' a. 4- ' ., ,mf W 5 I ,, V . .- -wp . ,.Vw.,.,f.. . , , .,w,x-SEV, f M- Jl-1a:::'ff- X.:-:QV,,::',:fei whip Ven...-Q -V?a:Qif2fH'. X y , f1'WwEV'i3Hm.rbs4-fri:REV--f:f1,1 . .,.. A' J-fsfixiiiv if 'J' ' 2 in- -M. .-.11.4.,-,.L,,5,,L-'I :.,..,,.a,MSV ..T.l1 . ,F A -., .5 1V-fi H " f .-a..V14..w,-Q-.g.1Lu - I BACK Row: B, Mzilott, L. Condit, F, Hutcherson, D. Ferguson, T. Plistcrcr, B. Ditzlcr, D. Youngs L, Baylor, Miss Luebbing, adviser. MIDDLE ROW: V. Stout, J. Smith, I. Bohlin, P, Bruhakcr, V, Krueger, G. DcVorc, Abcls, V. Griifo FRONT Row: bl. Pollock, J, Young, J. Cooper, C. Boswell, M. A, Trcvillian, D.Wan1sley, H. Chialncs Nor IN PICTURE: J. Vaughzui. CONSTELLATION OF PEGASUS Philos Did you know that thc hcad of a inaiidcn rests upon the shoulders of Pcgasus? Romance, huh? Strive to join the Philos if you wish to know thc host romances of the past and prcscnt as rcveailccl in literaturcg hucausc Pegasus, that fabled winged stccd, still con' tinucs his flight through the sky and through thc minds and imaginations of msn, giving thcm an cscupc from the present and a hulxvark for the future. Requirements for membership: A straight scholastic average of B. An English average of A for the first three years. 84 CONSTELLATION OF AURIGA Polaris Staff 'Tis said that the Greeks saw in this star a good shepherd who carried a goat on his hack and two kids in his arms. We're not at all sure of the "good slieplierdingf' lvut often some load has been weighting us down, and then there has been that Mdummyu in our arms constantly as we have tried to eorral all the gore for you. Waiiit to work? Well, join us. It's cut! Mount! Write up! Copy! Paste up the dummy! See Mr. So and So! Is Nathaniel Nincompoops name spelled right? All at daily diet to memhers of the Polaris staff. And now, we't'e oil' on a trip to the moon. 'Twill he safer for us up there for a while. The Polaris stall' is chosen hy members of the administration for ability to write and :eal to work, plus traits of initiative, responsibility, promptnes, alertness, and a much' needed sense of humor. BACK Row: F. Freerksen, J. Sward, R. W. Sanclsttom, B. Schirmer, j. Sanders, Mr. Kloos, Mr Steinhotf, G. Bing, R. Hoefle. MIDDLE Row: Mr, Blackwood, joan Wtinielsdtirf, J. Vaughan, V. Stout, D. Youngs, D. Vwlamsley D. Kraft. FRONT Row: 1. Womelsdorf, 1. Cooper, V. Griffo, J. Smith, Bennett, Miss Platt, adviser. NOT IN PICTURE! B. Tilkemeier, Mis Musscr, adviser second semester. BACK Row: Mr. Smith, adviser, L. Baylor, T. Nugent, K, Brcyxnan, T. Ptistcrcr, G. Bennclt, j. Sanders L. Sicgmcicr, D. Knauff, G. Palmcr. MIIHIWLE Row: A. Scitz, J. Gushart, P. Smith, B. L. Rasmussen, M. Bastian, L. Stukcnherg, C. Boswell M. Wz1lilcl', 1. Erdmicr, M. Stcarns, L. Kahl, 1. Kaufman. FRONT Row: R. jcffrcy, D. Holdcman, R. Mantzkc, B. Grctlcr, A. Armagost, R. Hcnry, J. Zartman S. Pash, B. Hickman. NOT IN PICTURE: B. Young, C. Stclahings, Suck-cr, M. Jessup, Hartman, G. Chiames. LIBRA, THE BALANCE Student Council Lihra is not nearly as old a constcllation as othurs in thc zodiac, but thc stars in this sign wcrc given the name, Libra, as thc equal days and nights called to mind thc halancc. The Student Council guidcs studcnts along thc ways of fairness and justice, trying lu train young citizens so they can hclp crcatc a better balanced world in thc futurc. Mcmhcrslnp in thc council is clccrivc. Each homeroom president automatically is a mcmlwcr of the Student Council. 86 VISUAL AID GROUP B.-xml Row: Mr. Luml1y,:idvisf:r, R. Miller, C. Bcsscrr, F. Donner, D. Seeks, R. D. Fickert, j. Zixnoni, B. Anderson. FRONT Row: B. Morrow, L. Weckcrly, B. Schirincr, B. Tilkcmeier, B. Meier. NUT IN PICTURE: R. Tilkcmcier. ORION, THE GREAT HUNTER Visual Aid and Public Address Service Groups Orion, the constellation, is a guide for finding the North Stair-itself n noted guide for travelers to whom the road to their destination is uncertain. Our Visual Aid and Puhlic Address Service groups :ire apt guides for obtaining knowledge more quickly and efhvziently. A limited number of buys is permitted to join these groups. Members must he passing in all suhjccts, :ind oncrfourth credit is given for each scnicstcfs service. 87 PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEM GROUP BACK Row: Mr, NVilcox, adviser, C. Calhoun, R. Kaincy L. Fuuke. Fiumr Row: W. Rosenstiel, G. Palmer, L. Mnthiot. Nor IN Piururuix M. Sehnpf, AI. Dryer. BACK Row: D. Warclcll, G. Chiamcs, D. Fcrgusun, D. Hcrshhcrgcr, C. Wiiiiscli, A. Gcorgala Mr. Funk, ndviscr. FRONT ROW: B. Kinws, K. Barclcll, j. C. Guhl, R, Fritz, Durst, T. Kerr, Nur IN Puzruknz D. Youngs, -I. Franz, MONOCEROS, THE UNICORN HifY Vary rarc was thc fabulous Unicorn, and uf many stars, and clusters of stars is the cunstcllatiun, Monoccros, situated between thc Big Dog and Little Dog, thc Canis Major and Canis Minor constcllations. Can you, wo, scc a similarity hctxvccn Munoccrus and thc Hi-Y when thc purpose of all Hi'Y groups is "tu crcatc, maintain, and cxtend thruughuut thc schoul and community high standards of Christian charactcru? All highfschool boys, regardless uf racc, crccd, ur cconomic lcvcl, who hclicvc in this pur- pusc, arc wclcomcd into thc Hi'Y membership. SAGITTARIUS, THE ARCHER G.A. A. Sagittarius, a summer constellation, is made up nf many stars just as the pmgrain offered by the Girls' Athletic Associatinn is culnposetl of many sports. Any girl in high school may join the G.A.A.1 hut tn be active, she must carn at least fifty points by participation in sports, having a health examination, antl keeping health-training rules. BACK Row: Miss Poynter, adviser, S. Folgatc, j. Sturtcvant, C. Truehlood, A. Peterson, V. S L. Schmitt, C. Deuth, L. Swank. MIDDLIE Row: N, Ferguson, M. L. Morgan, P. Bruhaker, F, 1. Mullins, V. Stewart, L. Pin N. Landeck, B. Smith. FRONT Row: P. Reel, M. Samel, j. Moen, j. Kuhlcmcyer, A. Dickens, A. Zimmerman, E. Ke F. Bird, G. Cramer. NOT IN llIC'Iil7REI M. A. Trcvillian, P. Wil1te1', A. Downing, M. A. Meile. tout, now, efer BACK Row: Mr. Steinhoif, adviser, j. Franz, F. Donner, Il. Craham, B. Schirmer, Hill, H. Slaght, L. Baylor, J. Sward, MIDDLE Row: G. Bing, B. Cayman, J. Vaughan, B. Tilkemeier, F. Freerksen, B. Knipschild, B, Smith, R. Sanclstrom. FRONT Row: W. Stukenherg, H. Anderson, C. Moen, D. I-lopke, B. Lichtcnherger, K, Henk, R. Hoefle. Nor IN Pufrukisz D. Kraft, LEO, THE LION Camera Club Stalking prey is the favorite pastime of the memhers of thc Camera Club, and not only the king of beasts hut every little beast in Freetonia is likely to get shot. And the lair of the victim is not always some classroom or corridor. It could he even an airport! In spite ofthe fact that Elm and supplies were extremely xaree, this year's Camera Cluh established a splendid record. 'Turning from the usual study of how to take pictures, thc students focused their attention on processing and enlargements. The open-house exhihit and enlarging contest illustrated their success. The entire task of converting the faces of people from reality to latent and their visihle images was for the hrst time completely accomplished hy tht: cluh. Any student of Freetonia may hecome a memher of this club if he is passing in three major suhjeets and satisfies the hoard of directors. A candidate must own his own camera and must he Financially ahle to buy his own film and other supplies. 90 CRATER, THE CUP Science Club According tn Ptulcmy, who suppnscd thc carth to he thc. Gxcd ccntcr nf thc univcrsc, about which thu sun :md stars rcvulvc, thc ancicnt Southern cunstcllatinn of Cratci' is shapcd like a vase. with two handl-ss and it hasc, a veritable loving-up, such as was givcn as a tnkcn uf reward in pre-war days for dccds worthy of rccognitiun. lvlcmhcrs nf Funnel amd Flask arc expected to work on sninc project in scicncc in a field of their spccial interest, as well as participate in group programs. In an cra when thc vcry fats uf thc wnrld is hanging upon man's rcaction tn thc dcvclnpmcnts nf scicncc, unc wcll could wish that all thc ynuth of cvcry Frcctonia could merit thc Crater sytnhnl fnr endeavor nf world-wide l'xencHt. BACK Row: R. Eckcrt, S. Kochlcr, A. Hutchins, Sanders, T. Pfistcrcr, J. Shoemaker, L. Condit, Mr Funk, adviser. FRONT Row: C. lvlcCny, S. Pash, D. Randolph, B. Ditzlcr, H. Zartlnan, L. R. Smith. Nm' IX l'ln'tUm2: J, Wliczxt, J. Kcnncdy. 91 BACK Row: L. Dickinson, S. Denton, C, Sanders, Mis Platt, adviser, first semester, J. Spencer. FRONT ROW: G. Chiames, H. Chiames, M. A. Trevillian, E. Vore. Nm' IN Picrumz: Miss Luehhing, adviser, secnnd semester, 1. G reier, E. Waehliii. PISCES, THE FISHES French Club The stars of this cnnstellatiun are faint and stream nut in two lines uvcr nearly twn signs uf the Zodiac, hut Pisces is at one of the points where- the line nf the equator crosses the line of the ecliptic. When the Sun crosses this pnint, the days and nights are equal at all places un the Earth, and spring is here again. Whcii France is finally unified and free from bondage and the French language again is a language nf inter' national expression, then Peace, ton, will he here again. Students must have one semester of French before entrance to this language eluhg they inust have a passing grade, and must attend and participate in meetings. 82 TAURUS Spanish Club Should one lonk at thc constcllation of Taurus, Bull of Light, with the cycs alone, thc bright rod star, Aldcbaran, thc animal's right nyc, and pcrhaps six nr scvcn stars nf the Plciadcs, which make up his shoulder, may he sccn. Accupr thc aid of a glass, and you will scc the stars of Taurus "hursL forth likc a skyrockct into a clustcr of many-colored lights." Just so, through the medium nf thc Spanish languagc, thc knnwlcdgc of thc customs, likes, and dillicultics of thc Spanish-spcaking countries can hclp huild an understanding hctwccn nationalitics that will Inakr our futurc world more sccurc. That is nnc of the chief purposes of "El Circnln Castellano." Any student cnrnllcd in a Spanish class hcyond the iirst scincstcr nr who has CUlI1plClCLl thrcc years oi' Spanish is eligible for activc nxcmhcrship. BACK Row: D. Mosicr, N. Kcrch, F. Gray, M. A. Trvvillian, V. Bonn, N. Heard, C. V-lamslcy L. Swank, E. Udcn, J. Gushart. MIIJDLE ROW: M. Samcl, B. Bantcr, S. Clinc, E. Piisturer, E. Wzlcliliii, S. Stultz, B. Hciland, O. Kcllcm, K. Jnhnsnn. FRONT Row: T. Jordan, D. Frcidag, R. Manrzkc, A. Shay, B. Rinehart, G. Grccnc, C. Knrtcs, W. Stukcnherg. BACK ROW: Miss Schmidt, advisvsr, D. Vklainslcy, J. Kaufman, P. Smith, A. Pctcrsnn, P. Dirk- sen, B. L. Rasmussen, J. Cnnkc, M. L. Morgan. MIIJDLE ROW: F. J. Mulliims, G. Schcffncr, R. Roscnsticl, B. Guffcy, L. Stavcr, J. Springcr, J. Wciixmclsdiurf, J. Ridcout, J. Pnrth. FRUN1' Row: E. Fox, W. Kurz, T. Schwarz, L. Fishhurn, G. Chiamcs, J. C. Guhl, R. Schrocdcr J. Youngs, M. Brucc. NUT IN PICTURE : D.Carstcdt, B. CZISSIIIRIII,-J.Dt7lI1il1gllCZ,W.LSlll'WlC, J. Knohcl, B. Lorcy, B. Mnngk D. Richter, C. Stchhings, B. Thorpc, C. Truchluod, M. B. Wlxitii1c1', J. Willirs, J. Holtum. 93 BACK Row: D. Best, J. Krueger, D. Warrdell, J. Rush, L. Fishhurn, A. Gcorgnlns, M. Bruce, D. Kieckf hzrcfer, D. Hnldemnn, Mr. Fulkersun, adviser. MIIHIILIE Row: H. Hnsking, D. Fergusmr, L, Bnylur, J. Guhl, R. Fritz. R. Mickle, C. Melhurnie. FRQNT Row: D. Mellnuy, B, Chnpmam, D. Grillint, H. Dixon, R. Mellnay. HERCULES LCEYCYIIICIISS Club Hercules to the Greeks was xi type not only of manly strength but of manly endurance, However, hy at triek of the gods, hc was doomed tu at life of hard adventures, trouble, und lnhor. Lettermen of Freetonin, through their uwn choice, gain strength :und endurf ance hy steady training and strenuous exercise. ON FREEPORT! FIGHT, TEAM, FIGHT! On Frecpurt! On Freeport! Fight, team, iight, Crush right through that line! Fight, team, iight, Take the hall around, Fight, team, fight, texun Roll it un the ground, Fight, Fight, Fight! You are doing line---Gu! On Freeport! On Freeport! GU mm, W0 Zgaxkigxxp' Ticturi' lhroughg GO, tum, ga, nf fubort. Gu, team, go, rerun, On, O Freeport! GO GL, GU! NVQ are all with you! KEN!! 'wVin, team, win, Rah, Rah! -- Rath, Rah, Rah! Wi11, team, win, Freepurt High School - Rah! Wi,1, team win' Mun fRepcnt verscj Wiri, VVin, XVin! 94 Cheer Leader- C ruwd i Chccr L-:aidcri Crowd- - Chccr Lmdcr- - Cmwdf Chccr Lcgulcrf! All- - F.R LQHCOMOTIVE Wlntf thc nnttcr . - . xx Thcy'rc all right! XVhn's all right? Thc tcnml NVhu says so? Wu: :ill my su! NVho Arc NVc? Ffll-EfEfl'f0, FfRfE-E-I'-O' F-R-E'E-l'fUf Frccport ! PVR, F-R, FfR, EfE, P-O, IVO, PAO-R-T F-R-E-E'PfOfRfT F'R-E'E-P-O-R-T F'RfEfE-l'fO'RfT FREEPORT! 'ith the tcam? MA - HE M.:-Hc, MavHi, M1l'Hnx Rum skum poupcrnickcl, Ninny tilt soap fait rat, uinny can Huhhlc gohhlc i'ickt:ra1:kc1', Hnhhlc gobhlt: firccralckcr, Hohhlc gobblc rn::u, johnny plays thc h.i::u, R f T Zis, Boom, Bat R - T Frccpurt High Salim-l R 'T Rall Ra! Rall STEP ON THE STARTER YEA, TEAM Step un thc slairtcr, Show 'cr in low, Cumc un, Frccpurt, Yun, tczim, Yczi, team, Fight, Fight, Lct's gn! Fight, team, fight! BEAT ROCKFORD Bcait Rockford, B-:nt Rockford, Fight, Fight, Fight, Tuqim, Fight! BACK Row: D. Kuhlmxm, B. Stoner, B. Sclirocdcr, C. Wunsch, D. Knauif, G. Chinmcs, R. Bank: F. Adams, M. McLcRoy. MIIXIILIE Row: E. Sulaldny, J. Zzirlmgm, D. Symzmck, D. Hershlvcrgcr, K. Bnrdcll, R. Finkhunci E. Drcicr. FRONT Row: j. Durst, J. Sucker, L. Si-qgmcicr, F. Tucllc, D. Shepard. 95 B.-ICR ROW: J. Erclmier, 1. Heimbuch, M. Wahler, P. johnson, V. Vore, A. Peterson, L. Schmitt, R. Brown, j. Shcetz, Mrs. Withcrspotvxm. MIDDLE Row: C. Bender, R, Rosenstiel, B. Foy, J. Rowen, F, Potter, D. Higley, D. Kuhn, M. L. Pierce. FRONT Row: N. Wolfe, C. Boswell, L. Ousley, D. George, M. Gushart, L. Stzivei' V. Stout, V. Stewart. BACK Row: Marjorie Hoag, Girl Reserve Secretary, D. Finkheiner, P. Huber, C. Black' Inore, B. Kraeht, C. Eklund, P, Dirksen, A. Trepus, V. Sehunk, D. Noeske. MIDDLE Row: M. Watkiims, G. DeVore, B. Nesemeier, N. Heard, G. Hill, M. Kurrh, J. Heitzinam, C. Knotts, A. Lucdeking. FRDNT Row: P. Brokhausen, S. Fisher, G. Hoffnuin, J. Pltffll, j. Hermsmeicr, C, Caiss- Innn, M. Rzihn, S. Strobel, B. Gulfey, D. Metz. Nor IN l'IuTIII1Ii: D. Fierheller, A. Poggenkluss. CORONA BOREALIS Hi G. R. Nklilll, we didn't know it either, hut there are three layers around the Sun: photosphere, which gives out the most light: ehromusphere, ll seething sea of flzuneg eoroim, "which extends hundreds of thousands of Iniles in all directions Ellltl is Its thin as the stulf of which dreams are l'Il1ldC,u and thats what little girls :Ire lllilklkf of, and that's where the Hi G. R. eomes in. And when the Sun gets temperaunentall :Ind has spots, we have Northern Lights: but when little girls gets temper- aunentzxl, we have tzmtruinsg and fhlltui where the Hi G. R. goes out. Seriously speaking, any girl in Freetonia may join her respective nge group of Girl Reserves if she would like to have the opportunity to develop character and leadership :Ind wishes to learn to work :Ind play with other groups :Is well as her own. 96 CYGNUS, THE SWAN Secretarial Club You'rc Wrongg wc don't mcan these shorthand addicts are singing their swan song. We only mean that all those flourishes and swirls should hc as graceful as thc swan, Anyway, who said business and pleasure do not mix? The Secretarial Cluh has its husincss, hut it has its fun, too. Now in war-timc, wc stress thc former, for topfnotch secretaries are needed in the war effort. Under thc ahlc guidance of Miss Gramsc, we "strive to conquer!" All club mcmhcrs must hc enrolled in both shorthand and typing, and, of course, thcrc arc ducs. BACK Row: B. Bruckart, L. Brown, P. Baird, A. Hodgson, J. Stimpcrt, L. Schmitt, C. Bos- well, L. Young, E. Eildcrs, R, Nesemeycr, S. Mayer. THIRD ROW: Miss Grainsc, adviser, B. Foy, Kaufman, V. Krueger, Pollock, H. Clliamcs G. Chiamcs, 1. Roxvcn, G. Hoffman. SECOND ROW: J. Erdmier, M. Scitz., D. George, L. Stavcr, R. Rosenstiel, QI, Hird, N. Kirch' bcrg, V, Griffo, M. Spahr, M, Rahn. FRONT Row: B. Guffcy, P. Brukhauscn, V. Vorc, P. Popkcs. Nor IN Plcruns: J. Finley, S. Strobel. 91 THE ROYAL FAMILY OF THE HEAVENS Mask and Wig - Paint and Patches CHARACTERS Cassiopeia. ......,.. ,... . . . ........... . ............. up-sidefdown in her chair up there in the skies King Cepheus, her husband .... . . . .demanded by the oracle to have their daughter devoured by a sea monster The Princess Andromeda .... . . . . .....,.............. . . ......, chained to the rocks down by the sea Cetus, the monster .... . . . . . ....,,....,.,...... . .... .... p lowing through the waves to devour her Perseus. ............... .....,,...,... ,... r i ding through the air on his winged horse ACTION or PL.-xr Perseus sees the beautiful, doomed maiden and falls in love with her. A terrible battle ensues, but finally the youth gives the beast his death stroke. The hero marries the lovely princess, and they live happily ever after. 41 it 711 il Now don't laugh and say, 'tis but a fairy tale. We have proof of that battle to this very day. Ever notice the Milky Way? Perseus was responsible for this. In his great haste to rescue Andromeda from the sea monster, he stirred up a great dust, and that's represented to us mortals hy all the numberless faint stars in the Milky Way. HK S4 if ll' And the characters of this little play are nothing compared to the stars of the future that will emerge from the "Paint and Patches" and "Mask and Wig" of Freetonia. From these groups will come our future Bernhardts and Barrymores. 4: ir is ar Membership requirements: Mask and Wig-Studeiit must pass the entrance tryouts in a satisfactory manner or must have participated pref viously in SONIC class play. V Paint and Patches-Any freshman or sophomore of Freetonia who has successfully met the dramatic tryouts con- ducted by the Dramatics Club is eligible for membership. Mask and Wig, upper, group next page- BACK Row: Miss Lloyd, adviser, H. Gabel, L. Dickinson, I. James, N. Kirchberg, M. Perkins, E. Wachlin, J. Porth, B. Foy. MIDDLE Row: B. Ditzler, L. Siegmeier, D. Holdeman, D. R. Fierhellcr, G. DeVore, J. Vaughan, D. Ferguson, R. Schroeder. FRONT Row: J. Abels, J. Young, J. Smith, B. Malott, V. Krueger, I. Bohlin, J. Pollock, J. Cooper, P. Johnson. Mask and Wig, center group next page- BACK Row: R. Rosenstiel, M. Pierce, B. Guffey, V. Vore, M. Gushart, M. Meinzer. FRONT Row: P. Brokhausen, J. Hermsmeier, C. Cassman, T. Lincoln, F. Potter, F. Mullins. Mask and Wig, those not in picture- B. Bcrgemann, P. Deininger, V. Lopez, E. Seely, D. Teare. Paint and Patches, lower group next page- BACK ROW: M. Tice, B. Pebler, E. Fox, A. Clark, S. Haupcrt, B. Liehtenberger, D. Hopke, B. Burr, L. Kahl. MIDDLE Row: J. Rayhorn, N. Ferguson, C. Sanders, J. Monroe, M. Samel, M. Morgan, B. Lehr, J. Gushart. FRONT ROW: J. Kraft, P. Reel, M. Guffey, B. Rasmussen, P. DeVore, L. Nelson, F. Gray, C.Waldecker, B. Deaner. Paint and Patches, those not in picture- C. Trueblood, C. Stebbing, I. Sehlaefer, S. Folgate, N. Gallagher, K. Johnson, Rampenthal, P. Rundall. 98 l Baci: Row: M. L. Siemsen, B. Smith, R. A. Mcllnay, D. O. Mcllnay, VV. Stukenbcrg, D. Youngs, G. Aurand, S. Laughlin, B. Liclitenberger, S. Haupert. MIDDLE ROW: A. Luedeking, L. Ousley, Young, J. Cooper, P, Johnson, A. Dickens, C. Bender, A. Lenz. FRONT ROW: E. Rockow, M. Staas, M. E. Guffey, N. McC00l, J. Rayliorn, P. Baker, N. Heard, E. Splietlioff. CETUS, THE WHALE Latin Club Where does the whale come in? Someone suggested that the members of "Soeietas Romana" always have ai "whale" of a good time. Since the Latin language is the fundamental basis for the English tongue and since puns are forlaidden in our language, that definition is out-maybe. The size of the constellation itself ivcs reason cnou 'lx for the name Cetus, the Whztlc. E S The constellation spreads out on both sides of the equator. The influence of Latin permeates practically all spoken languages today. Students must be enrolled in Latin beyond the second semester to be eligible for club membership. 100 "Soeietas Romana" Wheii friends of Caesar, Cicero, and Vergil gather together on the first Wednesday of every month, n "luiteniebomus" of an good time is had hy everyone. The lirst of the year ai snappy "reception" is given for the new members, We :ill enjoy n sprinkle of "luring 'em hack alive" scavenger hunts, :ind al dash of Roman courts with their Quintns Quiz Kids and Sextus Sinatra's. Around the Zith of December we always join in the never dying "Adeste Fidelesn and "Silens Noxf' Never let it be said that we don'l all freeze together on those sleighrides, or that we do not :ill sulfur together while waiting for our second helping nt our annual picnic. B.-xml Row: R. Borchers, D. Kuhlnmn, j. Cramer, C. Sehmelzlc, j. Graham, P. Bnrdell, R. Fritz, J. Lnwver, L. Condit, K. Younghlut. MIDDLE Row: M. Seitz, P. Reel, C, Wuxxselx, M. J. Homnn, L. Smith, N. Ferguson, E. Thiel, N. Lundeck I. Sokup, Miss Bowers, adviser. FRONT Row: I. Schlaefer, j. Zartman, R. Snxhy, L. j. Held, M. Deuner, j. Knym, F. Potter, N. Sliewman, K. Boslough, 1. Greier. Nor lN P1CTUR1z: B. Lowe, H, Slnght, H. Wailes, S. Gnrtman. 101 BACK Row: D. Longamore, S. Binninger, B. Parrintt, J. Quineer, I. james, president, Mrs. Rucker, adviser, L. Young, vice president, E. Stukenberg, R. Meyers, J. Heimbueh. MIIHDLE Row: S. Folgate, A. Seitz, L. Padfield, L. Cordes, L. Nelson, j. Fiekert, R. Stoner, G. Cramer, B. Lehr, L. Geiser. FRGNT Row: N. Hutmaeher, J. Scofield, D. Spielinan, T. Lincoln, J. Erdmier, L. Sehoonhoven, E. Stearns, P. DeVore, N. Pierce, A. Downing. Bam: Row: D. Allen, B. Heiland, D. Lamm, N. Ivlayer, M. J. Homan, M. Carstedt, C. Deuth, G. Hill, M, Tayor, N. Mayer, E. Eilders, M. A. Mcile, D. Long. Miooua Row: B. Deancr, E. Deike, A. Luedcking, M. K. Tice, C. A,Warldeeke1-, F. J. Gray, B, bl. Burr, I.. Huuy, D. Euler, E, Thiel. FRONT Row: H. P. Creitz, K, johnson, D. Shivers, M. Kurtz, V. Schunk, D. Noeske, W. Fink, I. Giles, Nlanthci, P. Bessert. Nor IN Picrumiz B, Banter, S. Strobel. URSA MA 1oR Home Economics Club Ursa Major, the Big Dipper, seems to turn around the North Star, as do all stars in the heavens. Witli the Home Economics Major just the opposite happens. She should be the star in her home because the entire family life nat' urally revolves around her. However, girls, don't fool yourselves. You'll have to do a bit of active personal revolving to maintain the position of n "star" in your home. The Home Economies Club extends its invitation for membership to girls who have completed one semester of Foods or Clothing. They must continue in either Foods or Clothing to remain members unless they have completed all of the Foods or Clothing offered. If sn, they may continue their membership as long as they are in high school, An average of C must be attained and maintained. 102 PERSEUS, THE CHAMPION National Honor Society The National Honor Socicty cmhoclics all the characteristics reflected in thc hero, Perseus, who slew the Corgan Medusa and saved Androinizda from thc scsi monster. Thus among the most distinctive honors in high school is election tn thc Society. This privilege can he hestowcd upon only a portion of deserving seniors and outstanding juniors, owing to the rigid entrance quota. Chosen on a basis of active lcaclcrship, high scholastic standing, upright character, and outstanding service, the memhcrs of this organization are conscious of thc true honor of being :i mcmhcr. BACK Row: J. Pollock, j, Cooper, J. Young, V. Griffo, Miss Bowers, adviser, I. Bohlin, J. Smith, V. Krueger. FRONT ROW: G. DcVoi's:, D. Ferguson, R. Schrocder, R. Ceiser, L. Sicgxncicr, j. Vaughan, E. Sccly. BACK ROW: J. Wonxclsdiwrf, J. Wiiiiiclsrlorf, C. Boswell, P. Deiningcr, D. Fierhcller, H. Chiamcs, M. Spahr. FRONT Row: R. Banks, D, Knauff, D. Youngs, W. Ditzler, j, Sanders, T. Pfistcrcr, L. Condit. Nor IN PICTURE: D. Wamslcy, B. Malott. 103 As you unfold the following pages, you will gaze upon those who have strengthened their bodies to prepare for the vigorous tests awaiting them on turbulent Mother Earthg also to prepare for the all f around good health necessary in the future airfworld. Up Qfrceport 'gfigh dlffen! Jlnswer the C3'igl1t! Wight! 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" V-P'-f l4:2':1iS I-"lf -'N' ' 1157 ' " 105 I 'wwswf fz of f-Feerlfseg 45 'N -vii. ' 1' M.. -u .bw.'a.r 3. v k Mari- YQ' ,, A- Q, . ,f- ,iaiwxa V f AX f 1 fl Q? 4- N AQ?-?"'Jk 'X .Ya M 2.1.16 if 2v 1 - ' lib-Qgigg wffig ,. . x-41.1, ' 5 WL Uv , gk VARSITY FOOTBALL L.-xsr Row: A. Shay, J. Messing, F. Donner, L. Snyder, H. Hnherknmp, L. Sunerlin, B, Donahue, Higley, R. Kamey, B. Howard. THIRD Row: T. Kcrr, B. Kimcs, K. Shay, J. Hill, K. Bardell, D. McCnol, L. Siegmcirr B. Bergcmann, J. Anderson, J. Graham. SECUND Row: C.Wllr1scl1, L, Cummins, D. Grilliot, H. Hosking, G.Chi:1mes R. Mickle, D. Knnuff, R. Banks, 1. Ouhl. Fnasr Row: M. Bruce, j. Sturcevnnt, D. Hershhcrger, D. H A. Cenrgnlns, L. Bnylnr, M. Pettepieec, D. Kiccklxaefcr. THE Freeport ...... .... 2 0 West Aururn ..... .... 'Z S West Rockford . . . . . 7 Freeport ...... . . 7 Freeport . . .... 27 Freeport . . .... 13 Freeport . . ,... 19 Freeport . . . . 7 Freeport . . .... 13 107 RECORD lviunroe .. Freeport . . . . . Freeport . . . . . East Rockford Johor West Rockford Elglll ........ East Aurora LnS:rIlefPeru nldcmzm, Krueger 0 21 0 7 6 .. O 6 6 0 .ie- ' . 7 C 'A v W f. R x', J L X - E.. X-K ' ' H A :L 4,35 - . ' F' Z' ' 4: I 5 R. , Q ,Jn N 9 ff' 1 'A 11 if Qs is . 1 I . 55 , -. I , ? +fx41+, 91, , NY ' "" ii ' A' Sn' 'nik ' " I f - 2 1 . 3 - A -, . 9 1 I x . g I. '4 ,Q rvkx tx 1- ', sl A A s ' lf, f A - -A' N - ' , -. ' ' Q , 9, mg, 7 Ne.. f'- A my N in 9 I 6 SE Q diff EE ,gggrl as 1 .F X fwhxf Ml'1 if ,Q Q ' i 5 X ' Q VARSITY FOOTBALL Pretzel gridders opened a hang-up '43 season hy downing the Chcesemakers of Monroe with the leadcn decision of '10-0. In the main the Orange and Black stuck to basic plays. Holdeman found his way across the paying stripe twiceg and Siegineier, once. The following week thc Freeport hridgework gang dropped their tirst conference tilt to a powerful West Aurora aggregation in a thrilling 28-21 tussle. The outcome was uncertain until the final gun went off, at which time the Freeporters were, un- fortunately, on the lean end of the score. Next, the Pret: eleven entertained the West Rockford crew at the local stadium, only to lose a heartbrcaker hy a 710 count, Interception of a fluke pass provided the Rahs with the touchdown necessary to come out on top. In the East Rockford contest our Martian ends had a scrappy time of it. "O. G." Knauff set up the Orange and Black's one and only score hy blocking an enemy punt. But East was equal to the occasion, rallying on a nineteen-yard scamper. The hall- game ended in a tie, 7'7. Then things hegan to perk. The Pretzel he'men thoroughly tanned the hides of a Joliet herd to the tune of 27-6, Frceport's first conference win. Grilliot, Siegmeier, and Chiamcs wore furrows into the ground as they ran the jolieters ragged. The ncxt on the list was West Rockford, a team that had edged out Freeport previously hy one touchdown, a team that hadn't lost a game. The Pretzels were out for vengeance. They got it. The Rah impregnahles were shattered hy a 13-Il score. As luck would have it, the hattle was non-conference. Then the victim was Elgin. With the score at six all going into the last quarter, the Orange and Black turned on the steam to defeat the tough Maroons by a l9f6 count. Two powerful forces seesawed hack and forth on the local gridiron. Yep, you'vc guessed it!-the East Aurora struggle, It was George Chiames who plunged over to tic the score, then to go on to add that allfimportant extra point on another plunge. Freeport 7, Aurora 6 was what entered the hooks. On a cold, wintry night the Pret: eleven mct LaSalle-Peru for the tinal game of the season. The locals rompcd over the rather fcehle Cavalier squad and came out a l3'0 victor. Everyone extends congratulations to the hest Freeport High School team in years: especially to the coaches and to Don Knauff, who rated on the AllfState team for his outstanding performances as tackle. 109 .v ' f 3 f 1 Y ,fx f-f yr, ....,Las1'id.. . ,W-and:-f, L, .5 k. 'C I, ,-:Z Jan., , 1 - 7. is z 3 .. 1' K ,f?"LrQk. , , ff f 1 as "' ,, If WL 't s'-3 . - I -pq vflx- ua- v pm 1,4 YE 'Vi JA, W 'QS 4 '-5, ...aw w Q ., mv' --3' V a. GK Lf, l - if -wwf f , 'a.. ..va 4 41 ', . -U W . ,,. 'Q ' , A, . 1, ' 5 ', , .,x. , -FK S12 f' . ' sf ix, ,- .Af vii V f 1wb,4f r, 4 , ,Qf 2-Lk9?4'f?5A,j f fif w 5 !iiF'fQ 1 ' ' .-1 1 1 ' 'Q-fi-L I " W, Q". . 25? ,.mm,mq516v't' W f- , 'fi3fW. A H'252!, iabf, wrffizd' vp- , Q' Q FRESHMAN 1 SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL The frushfsnph football team, though playing a losing season for thc must part, displaiycd a courugc and doggcdncss that warmcd thc hcarts of thc fans. Coaches jug Spndich and Murray Wallace had on their hands nsalrly all green materialg hut as thc scason progressed, individual tal-:nt developed nuticcahly. The Orange and Black played such strung squads as the two Rockfords. On the winning cud the Frccporters downed Monroc and Pccatonica. 112 FRESH f SOPH FOOTBALL LAST Row: A. Clark, NV. Stukcnherg, C. Mcllvamir, K. Warlmlcr, A. jugcrst, manager. ,THIRD Row: j. Seeker, R. Miller, C. Lcnior, E. Drcicr, L. Schrrskcr, R. Fritz., D. Kiefer, L. Kastcn, J, Z2ll'EI11ll11. SECOND ROW: F. Mcicr, D. Shepard, E. Soludny, D. Suttcrlin, D. Kuhlmam, B. Stoner, D. Symzmck, B. Nuncmaxchcr. FIRST ROW: C. Engclhnrt, F. Cowan, J. Durst, K. Hultquist, D. Mcllnuy, R. Nlcllnzxy, D. fonts, F. Tocllc. Nor IN PICTURE: Edward Adams. THE East Rockford .... . . . 12 Polo ........... . . . 33 West Rockford . . . . . . 12 East Rockford .... . . . 13 Frccport .,..... . . . 12 West Rockford . . . . . . 13 Freeport ....... . . . '25 Freeport , . . ..... . . . 31 113 RECORD Freeport . . . . . 6 Frccport . . . . , O Freeport . . . . . O Freeport . . . . . 0 Monroe - V . . 7 Frecport . , . . . 6 PCCLIUJIHCH . . .... 13 Nlonroc . , . . 6 BACK Row: J. Rush, R. Banks, D. Hcrshherger, L. Cummins, L. Fishburn, G. Chiames, F, Henr manager. FRUNT Row: D, Best, captain, K. Bardcll, D. Wardell, D. Ferguson, C. Wunsch, J. Myers. VARSITY BASKETBALL Play hall! Hopping up to Madison for their initial performance, the Pretzel has- keteers succeeded in edging out West Madison by the hairline decision of 36-39. There followed the 49-30 defeat of Dixon. For its conference opener, Freeport hurdled easily over Joliet with a 33-24 victory. A nip and tuck 28-25 struggle with Sterling found our eagers again on top. F,H.S. dropped a hearthreaker to East Rockford hy the count of 39-34. But then the Pret: squad romped over a Dubuque quintet 43-21. Following up, they pounced on Maine Township and suhdued the opponent 56-25. The Orange and Black rocketed over a Moline cluh 32-27. Our clan continued full speed ahead hy sueeumhing East Moline with the handsome count of 40-21. Weary at the last game of a road tour, the Pretzelites found themselves at the wrong end of a 32-38 tussle with Muscatine. Not to he outdone, our laddies toppled Dubuque for thc second time in a 32-19 seramhle. The West Rockford huskies were next on the list. In the last seconds of play, Danny Ferguson spearcd the hoop to put us out on top 33-31. Then the Free- porters stepped upon LaSalle-Peru's toes with a march of haskets in a 42-25 affair, But Elgin, destined for second place at Champaign, tripped the Orange and Black 54-41. The Pret: roared hack, however, to smash a Belvidere crew to thc symphony of 41-'19, Freeport versus East Rockford. That's what the program said. The Pretzels, smarting under the outcome of their previous encounter with the East Rahs, defeated them in a close 47-42 hattle. Then the F.H.S. quintet visited East Aurora, where our personnel met strong opposition and suhmitted to the host -H-38. Following this los, the Orange and Black whitewashed West Rockford at the home hardwood in a dynamic '72-42 contest. Then LaSalle-Peru was forced under the yoke hy the top-heavy Count of 52-24. For the last regular game of the season, our eagcrs peppered the hasket to sweep over the West Aurorans in a 56-43 fracas. 115 y "Short" A'Rosie" "Big Joe" "Danny As the wins and the losses pace with three other teams. stood in the conference, Freeport tied for Hrst 1 In their opening game of the tournament, the Spudich men hlasted Walrreii out F h ' o t e running 64-19. Pecatonica followed Wairrcn's fate by the count of 4563. Then the Pretzels captured the regional crown hy steam-rollering over Stockton 56122. Meeting West Rockforcl in the sectional tilt, the Orange and Black were subdued hy the Rablets 70'-41. Looking over the record sheet, we find that Freeporfs 1943144 basketball season ended with nineteen triumphs and five defeats, all told a fine record For this we ow . ' ' e the team and Coach joe Spudieh our hcartiest appreciation. Baldon "Poker" "Buddha" "Croak" "Zero" 116 aloe.. "Wa1ddles" THE 36 49 33 ZS Freeport . . . . , . Freeport . . . . . . Freeport .... . . . . Freeport ,... . , . . , . . East Rockford . . .... 39 Freeport .... .... 4 3 Freeport . . .... S6 Freeport . . ..... 1 2 Freeport . , .... 40 Muscatine , . . . . . .32 Freeport . . .... 32 Freeport . . .... 33 Freeport . . .... 42 Elgin .... .... 5 4 Frccport . . .... 41 Freeport .... ..., 4 5' East Aurora . , . . . . .45 Freeport . . ..., 52 Freeport . . .... 52 Freeport . . .... 56 Rrzoxorru. Freeport . . .... 64 Freeport . . .... 45 Freeport . . .... 56 SIECTIONAL West Rockford ..,.. .... 5 0 111 Il RECORD XVest Madison . Dixon .,..... Joliet .... Sterling .... Freeport ...., Dubuque ,..... Maxine Township Moliiie ....... East Nloline .. Freeport ...., Dubuque ...... West Rockford L:xSallcfl'eru . . . Freeport ..... Belvidere ...... East Rockford . Freeport ...... XVest Rockford l.:lSnllc-Peru . . . West Aurora . . Wnrreix .... Pccntoniea . . . Stockton . . . Freeport . . . BACK Row: A. Jogerst, manager, W. Stocker, J. Lubenow, B. Fleischer, F. Meier, R. Schroeder, D. Shepard, J. Cramer, Coach Wallace. SECOND ROW: B. Smith, P. Calderon, G. Dorst, R. Rawleigh, K. Hultquist, P. Franklin, J.Bloon1, S. Laughlin, C. Schmelzle. FRONT Row: R. Conn, R. Nelson, K. Wahler, A. Hutchins, K. Henk, R. Hickman. FRESHMAN f SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL The Frosh'Soph hoopsters, coached by Murray Wallace, turned in an excellent record in spite of thc keen competition and the midfyear semester change. The under' classmen accounted for thirteen wins out of twenty-two contests. Dropping their Hrst game to Dakota, the FroshfSopl1s trampled Dixon and Orange- villc, only to yield to the Forreston varsity and next to East Rockford. However, the Prct: whipped Dakota 23-10. They were then faced by Sterling and defeated 26310, Grim and determined, the Frceportcrs amazed themselves hy suhduing Lena, XVest Rockford, and Shannon. Stopped for a moment by East Rockford 3064, Coach Wallacifs protegcs nevertheless geared themselves and went into a flvelgame winning streak, in which the powerful Shannon and East Rockford teams were overcome. After heing down hy West Rockford, the Pretzels triumphed over Mount Carroll and Durand, hut found themselves the victims in the last threc tilts. Now experienced in the art of haskcthall, these hardfworking lads will make splendid material for thc F.H.S. varsity. "Barney" "Whoa:-sr" "Shep" "Cluhfoot" "joe" THE RECORD Dakota . . . . . .36 Freeport . . Freeport . . . . . 30 Dixon . . . . Freeport ..... . . .36 Orangcville . . Forreston ,..... . . .30 Freeport . . . East Rockford . . . , .25 Freeport . . . Freeport ..... . . .23 Dakota . . Sterling . . . . . .26 Freeport . . . . . Freeport . . . . .34 Lena . . , . . . . . Freeport .... . . .35 West Rockford Freeport ..... . . .28 Shannon . . . . . East Rockford . . . . .39 Freeport . . . Freeport ..... . . .53 Belvidere . . . Freeport .... . . .47 Shannon . . . . Freeport ..... . . .47 Ornngevillc . . . Freeport ...... . , . .33 East Rockford Freeport ,.,.... . . . .53 Mount Carroll XVest Rockford . . . . . . T3 Freeport . . . . . Freeport ..... . . .54 Mount Carroll Freeport . . . . .43 Durand . . . . . . Forrestun . . . . , , .42 Freeport . . . . Lena ........ . . .41 Freeport . . . East Rockford . . . . .33 Freeport . . . GIRLS' ATHLETICS The girls, too, have been extending their programs to meet the needs of our present day. Here you see them enjoying various sports- tumbling, archery, and haskethalll. 1.19 Phil Rehfcldt, Herman Wiiitcr, Mrs. Dinley, john Imig, Peter Zwcifcl IANITORS Our attcndants havc a tough assignment to keep Port Fi-estonia shipshapc. Thcy hourly swccp away the traces of little kiddies' fcct, neatly arrange jumhled classrooms, take carc of our vast grounds, and perform countless other tasks. FXQQZW ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Printing ..... . .......,..............,.......... Freeport Printing Company Engraving ..... ........ J ahn and Ollier Engraving Company Photography .,... . . .Mr. Steinhoff and high school Camcra Club Portraits ....,. .............,........,..,. J im Vaughan Cover ....... ....,..... .....,.. M r . Blackwood, Molloy Cover Company Art Work ....... ..........,......,,........,. M r. Blackwood and Art Claxcs Typing ............. Mis Gramsc, Virginia Griifo, and members of the typing classcs Mounting and Copy ...................................,,........ Polaris Staff Mis Platt's picture ...,.....,.....,....... ........... P crkins' Studio For Permission- "Silvcr Wings in thc Moonlight". . . .,.. Miller Music Corporation "Star Dust" ....,,............. ,... M ills Music, Incorporated "When You Wish Upon a Star" ........... ...... I rving Berlin, Incorporatcd "Moonlight and Roses" .................. ......... R obhins Music Corporation Excerpts from The Book ofSta1s, by Collins ....,. D. Appleton'Century Co,, Inc. For Invaluahli: Assistance .....,,..,....................,.. Miss Carolyn Musscr Business Advice ..............,.............,,..............,..... Mr. Kloos Office Files and Information no one else knew .....,. Miss Barclay and Mrs. Anderson Unlimited paticncc for hall traiiic and class interruptions .............. , . . . . , . . . . . . . , . . . . . . .Mr, Mcnscnkamp and all thc enduring faculty 120 h Q i Y 9 1, CGl1e Junior 'Uolunteer odfospital Jlids fThe Junior Nurses' Aids originated in Freeport in the spring of '43 under the advisership of Mrs. Balles, the present Junior Red Cross chairman. The Girl Reserves first sponsored the organization, which was not approved by the board as a Red Cross project until the fall of '43. At that time the junior Red Cross of Freeport High School was contactedj The following is a resume of this year's activities and services of Freetonia's junior Volunteer Hospital Aids. The junior Volunteer Hospital Aids is a project of which Freeport High School is especially proud. The purpose of Hospital Aids is, as the name suggests, an aid to the hospital, Many women all over the world have volunteered to do this service, so that more nurses may be sent into the active war zones, as Guadalcanal, Attu, and Italy, to care for our wounded men. The Red Cross and hospitals of Freeport realized the possibility of also using highfschool girls for this work. This idea was confirmed hy the National Red Cross as an excellent one, so in 1943 junior and senior girls of Free- port ancl Aquin High Schools started giving their much-needed aid at hoth Deaconess and St. Francis Hospitals. Now girls all over the United States are volunteering their services as junior Hospital Aids. The only requirement is that they he a junior or senior and that they arc approved hy the Dean of Girls of the high school. Wlieii girls start their work, they are iirst given class training by a registered nurse, At this time they are made familiar with the hospital, and shown how to do their particular duties. After group work is over, two or three girls come to thc hospitals each night after school in the regulation junior nurses' aid uniform, navy hroomfstick skirts, white hlouses, and anklets. Each aid has a junior Red Cross emblem, and after twenty hours of service, she receives a white cap. The duties of an aid depend on the time she is working. For instance, after school, which is when most of the girls come, there is washwater to pick up, trays to pass and collect, flowers to arrange, linen to sort and fold, heds to make, water glasses to wash and fill, and any other duty the head nurse may ask of you. No aid comes in contact with contagious diseases or does dirty work. Each aid is asked to give at least two hours of one night a week and must do satisfactory work to receive credit in high school. She must have completed sixty clock hours of work to receive one-half credit. She may count twenty hours of work done toward her sixty clock hours, but as many hours as possible should be completed during a semester. There are now 31 junior Volunteer Hospital Aids from Freeport High School. Many of the girls voluntarily work longer than sixty hours, hut no additional high school credit is given for this. ST. Fiomcis Host-mu. Ethel Eilders, Theo Lincoln, Phyllis Winter, Betty Nesemeier, Ruth Nesemeycr, Evelyn Thiel, Nelda Sorn, Dorothy Carstedt, Shirley johnson, Edna Ross, Alice Downing. DEACONESS HOSPITAL Mary Lou Palmer, Lucille Sicher, Dorothy Waiiisley, Erma Stukenherg, Marilyn Meinzer, ,lean Schneider, Barbara Malott, Jeanne Pollock, Vernicc Krueger, Nancy Ferguson, Jean Stees, Elsie Deike, Ruth Schoefller, Marilon Deaner, Ramona Brown, Ruth Saxby, Audrey Dickens, Betty Lou Rasmussen, Shirley Bredal, Nancy Shewman. 122 Gite 'Red Gross ouncil fOrganized in Freeport High School, October, 19431 The Red Cross Council is made up of one person from each homeroom, chosen hy the memhers of each homeroom. It has its meetings, officers, and husines, and is conducted as any other high-school cluh. The first council meetings were devoted to raising money for the highfschool fund, so that the junior Red Cross of Freeport High School would have money enough of its own to huy materials for articles which are sent to soldiers, refugee children, and other places without asking for the financial help of the Senior Red Cross, Memhers of the council worked earnestly on cookie sale and dance committees, and both projects were successful. Then group aetivitics were started hy various classes. The Art clases made Christmas card prints. Eightlhundred of these were sent to Camp Grant soldiers. Also twtvhundred navy menu covers were made. These were sent to "Great Lakes." The Industrial Arts classes made twentyffive crihhage hoarcls, the Home Economies classes, slippers from quilted materials for soldiers, the Crafts classes, a large hox of soft stuffed toys for refugee children. The Home Economic and Crafts classes will have completed nine afghans Qwhich are now in the makingj hy june. After paying for materials and expenses fexcept yarnj there is 555.99 in the treasury. At Christmas there was an all-school collection of fruit for the hoys at Camp Grant. Two crates of oranges and apples, two dozen grapefruit, nuts, bananas, tan- gerines, and other fruits were greatly appreciated hy them. There will soon he a nationfwide collection for the National Junior Red Cross Childrens Fund in which Freeport High School students will he asked to contrihute generously. Menilvers of thc Red Cross Council: Ronnie Fickert, John Sargent, ,Io An Daughf enhaugh, Don Hcrshherger, Lorraine Schoonhoven, Betty Gilbert, Evelyn Stearns, Naomi Mayer, Edna Ross, Kenneth Wahler, Adeline Zimmerman, Rosali Locker, joycc Sturtevant, jack Aurand, Richard Hillmer, Joyce Heitzman, Marion Watkiiis, jerry Clock, Nancy Ferguson, Joyce Kraft, Bohhy Smith, Eileen Rockow, Floyd Hutcherson, Maxine Whitacre, Don Best, Virgil Bowers, Boh Bergman, Mary Trevil- lian, Donna Spielman, Ruth Geiser, jean Spencer, Max Schoff, Don Kuhlman, Betty Ncsemeicr, LaVonne Swank, Dick Cramer, Ruth Saxhy. Officers: Ruth Saxhy, president: Ronnie Fickert, vice president, john Sargent, secretary-treasurerg Mrs. Carnahan, adviser. 123 This page is in honor of the following students who will r-:ccivc their diplomas in ubsentia of thc june, 1944 coinnuzncemcnt but wlxo are now, at the dare of printing, in thc scrvicc of their country. Clifford Allwcrt ...... . . . Kcnnctli L. Brcyman ..... , . Edgar Cartcr ...... Pvt. Frederic Curran ..... Pvt. Don Holdcman .... Pvt. Tom Lahinski. . . Jack A. Nccly. . , , . Staff Sgr. Bill Portli .,.. Pvt. john Reining. . Howard Scott .... jack Welty' .... A. S,, Navy Air Corps ...S. Zfc, G.M., Navy . . . .M. C., Army ., . . . . . ,Air Corps . . .Anti'aircraft, Army , . . .Marines A. S., Army Air Corps . . . .... Marines , . .Antifaircrafg Army ....R. M., Sfc, Navy , . . .A. S., Navy 124 .. X' dln-A.. Lx xi 5 ,I ,,,. ,. 2. ,-"" W-,' MA , -FW' .1, ww-' I Q... " - " 1,5 A . - ,JIM bw 'U 1 31. xffswjx, ,. 1. fixing , - W 0 - -4, , ---, K .. m ..+ s.1 '-ff ' -- ' il '.."' "--ff Ax' Vi Q, an ' 1- . A .fs r.cf',,jw- I Q, Ln- ' . ,.. A Q , wwf. . wg., , 1 ' . b f A Q " XZ, K1 V. Sf 0 Aj? ge , - ,W X - 1 1 2' Z' Ms. . 5' , -, 21 5 Hamm A' .. ,Ja tg.: f 122 We w ' f ..v 1 f, . " ' . .- i , J 1? , . pw .4 .4 ' ' -W -. . VA. I i A- W: " if I V ' I ' xv 'Y -Q ,- WK N5 QQ 5' ff? ls ft Stratosphere Qlose-Ups ABELS. JANICE CAROLE Lnfin Club 2: Philos 4: Pulnt end Pntelres 1-2: Musk nnd wie 2-4: Orchestra 1-2-2-4: Treble clef A 2: A csvnelln 2-4: Operettn 1-2: Vocal Ensembles 1-2-2-4: instrnrnentnl 1-lnsernbles 2: Mndrienls4: Treble clef 2 li Triple Tris 2: Pmrn Committeeil: Carnival committee 4: Herne Room Oflieership. Vice President 2. Secretary a: Debnte 2: Clnss Plsy 2: Drum Maioretle 2-3-4. ADAMS, MARION RUTH ALBERT. CLIFFORD GEORGE Curnivnl Committee 4: Defense Work 4. ANDERSON, JAMES THOMAS lxsnd 1-241-4: orebestrn 2.2-4: cnrnlrnl cnmniitlee 4: nnsketbnll :l-4: Football -1. ARMAGOST, ARTHUR LEROY, JR. Student cnnneil 2-4: Cnrnival Committee 4: Home Room Omcership, President 2-4: Defense Work 2-4. ATHERTON. BARBARA LORRAINE Latin Club li Band 1-2-2.4: Prem Cen:- rnittee 2: Cnrnivnl Committee 4: Plny cernrnittee 2: Defense we:-k 2-4. BAMBERG. PAUL J. 5:-:zrnivnl cnrnniittee 4: Defense werl: 1-2. BANKS, ROOSEVELT JUNIOR Letterman! Club 2-2-4: Honor Society 4: cnrnirsl cemniittee 4: lansketbsll l-2.2-4: 1-'netbsll 1-2-3-4: Trnek 2-3-4. BASTIAN. MARY CAROLYN Student Council 4: Uverettn l-3: Treble Clef B 4: Mixed Chorus 1-3: Carnival Com- mittee 4: Home Room Olllcenihiil. President 4: Defense Work 4. BAYLOR. LESLIE MILTON snnnisl: clnb 1-2-2: Detterninns clnb 2.2-4: Plrilss 4: cnniern Club 2-3-4. President 4: stndent Council 4: liernn Room Olficership 1-4. President 4: Pillnris Staff 2: Bssket- ball 1-2: Peetlnill I-2-3-4. BEHREND. BETTE L. Treble clef A 2-4: Oneretta 2: Vocal En. semhles 2-4 : Treble Clef Il 1 : Csrr1ivnlConl- mittee 4: swirnrninu 1: Defense Work 4. BENNETT. GENE R. Student Council l-2-3-4: Prem cnmmittee 4: cnrnii-nl cnrnmitlee 4: lrlnme Room om- eersnip. vresldent I-2-3-4: lxnsketbnll 1-2-2: Defense Work 2-4. BENNETT. JUNE ADELE Spanish Club I-2-3: Treble clef A 2-1: Onerettn 1-2: Vocal Ensembles 2: Treble clef la 1-2: Mixed Chorus 1: Prom cern- giitgeei 3: cnrnirnl cenrmittee 4: Pdlsris ln . BERENDS, EMERSON Student cdnneil 2: Carnival Committee 4: 1-lny cenrrnitfee 4: Herne Room Oliicershlp, President 2. BERG. BLANCHE HART Cnrnivnl Committee 4. BERGEMANN. ROBERT F. Musk snd wie 4: Prom cnrnrnittee 2: Carnival cnnnnittee 4: Class Plny 3-4: Football 4: Defense Work 4, BEST. DONALD G. 1.et1errnnn's clnb 1-2-:x-4: Carnival Cern- mittee 4: Home lzeern omrerslrin. Secre- :nry-Tressnrer 2-:l-4: clnss omeer 2-4: cnrs nivnl King 1: llnsketbsll 1-2-2.4: Track 1-2-2.4. BING. KARL ROGER Spanish Club 2-4: Prem Committee 2: Cnr- nivnl Committee 4: Plny Committee 2: Assembly Committee 2.4: linnie Room om- rersbin 2.2: State one-net Plny 4: Rstinn llunrd 2. BLACKMORE. CAROL JEAN llntln Club 2: Hi-G. lt. 2-4: Opereus 1: Treble clef is 2: Cnrnivul Committee 4: Nnrse's Aid 2. BOHLIN. IRIS HELEN Entered frern Elgin 1-lien School, 1-'reslimnn A: Philos 4: Mnsk and wie 4: Hnndr se- eiety 4: Student Council 1: Mixed Chorus 1: Prnrn Committee 2: csrnivnl cnninsittee 4: Home Room oflieersnin. President li Clpss Plny 2-4: Mniorette I-2-3-4. BOSWELL, CHARLOTTE JEAN l.ntin Club 2: seeretnrinl Club 2-4. viee President 4: Philos 4. Vice President: Honor Society 2-4: 1-li-G. 11. 2.4: Student Council 2-4: A cnsnelln 2: Treble Clgl la 2: Carnival Committee 4: Plsy Committee 2: 1-lbnie linen: Omeership 2-4. President 2-4: Girls' clnb Omcer 2, Junior President. BREYMANN. KENNETH L. snnnisli Club 1-2: Student cennril 2-4: cnrnlvnl Committee 4: Pley Committee al: 1-lenie Renrn Oilicership 2-4. President 2-4: Pentbnll 1: Defense Work 3-4. BROKHAUSEN, DONALD E. Cumerll Club 3: Carnival Committee 4: Home Room Dmcelillin il. Vlce Presidenti Corridor Monitor! 3: Basketball l. BRUBAKER, LOIS MARION Defense Work 4. BRUBAKER. PAULINE RUTH Phllns 4: Print and Patches 1-2: fi. A. A. 2.4. vlee President 4: A Cnhnelln 2: Oper- ctta 1: Treble cleb lx 1: Mixed Chorus l: Cnrnivnl cnrnnrittee 4: Plny Commiltre 2: Swimming 2-4: Tennis 2-2: Defense wnrk CARTER. EDGAR CHIAMES. GEORGIA Secretarial Club 3-4: Pninl. nnd Patches l-2: French Club I-2-3-4: Sf:f:rf:tnry-Treas- un-r 4: Treble ClefA 3: Ooerettn Il: Treble Cllr! H 2: Carnival Committee 4. CHIAMES, HELENE JOANNE seerefnrinl clnb 2-4: Pbilen 4: Pnint nnd Patches 1-2: Honor Society 4: French Club 1-2-2-4, President 2-4: Treble Clef A 2: A Cappella 4: Overettn 2: Trinle Trio 4: cnrnivnl Committee 4. CONDIT. LAVERNE HARLAN 1.n:ln clnb 2-2.4, Tressnrer 2: Philos 4: 1-'nnnel and Plnsk 4: 1-lennr sneiety 2-4: unnd 1-2-2-4: orenestrn 2-4: Onerettn 3: Instrumental Ensembles 2.4: Cl1rnivnlC0m- mittee 4: Play cernrnittee 2-4. COOPER, JOYCE Latin Club 2-2-4. Secretary 2: Philos 4: Pnlnt and Pstelies 1-2: lvlnsk nnd wie 4. Treasurer 4: Honor sneiely 2-4: Bsnd I-2- 2.4: Orchestra 1-2: Treble clef A 2: ln- strnnientsl Ensembles 2: Treble clef B 2: Prnrn cdrnniitfee 2: Carnival Committee 2-4: Plny cnrnrnittee I-2: Pelnris Slnff 4. ce-editnr: clsss Plny 2-4: snnhnrnnre orn- lnrlenl 2: Carnival Plsy 4, ce-direeter: stnte one.net Play 4: Rstinn llnnnl 2. CORRAN. FREDERIC O. Nntlonal 1-'drensie League 2-2-4: Cnrnival cernrnittee 4: Play Cernrnittee 4: Herne Room omeerslrip. viee Pretlidrnl 2: nnys' Suite 1. viee President: clnss omeer. see- relnry-Treasurer 2. Vice President 2: De- hate 2-8-4: Golf 2-S: Ration llunrd 2: Defense Work 2. DAHM. DONNA MAE 1-lnme Ee. Club 1-2-2: French Club 1-2: oneiettn 2: Treble Clef I3 2: Mixed Chorus 2: Carnival Committee 4. DASSING: WENDELL F. Entered fi-nn: Cedarville High School 2: Cnrnivul Committee 4. DEAN. DELBERT 1-1. DEERY, JEROME EARL Cnrnlvnl Committee 4: Home Room Olllccr- ship 1-3-4, Secretary-Treasurer I-2-3. DEININGER. PAULINE RUTH Latin Club 1: 1-ldrne Ee. Club 2-2: Philos 2-4: Pnint snd Pstelies 2: ldssk nnd wie 4: I-inner sneiely 4: Operetln 2: Treble Clef B 2: Mixed Chorus 2: Prdni Commit- tee 2: cnrnlvnl Committee 4: Plsy cem- mittee 2: Heme Room Omcershipr seere- tary 2: clsss Play 2.4: Sophomore Orn- toricnl: Carnlvnl Play 4. DEVORE, GLORIA JEAN Latin Cluh 'Z-3: Philos 42 Mask lmd Wiz 4. Secretary 4: Honor Society 4: Hi-G. Il. 3-4. Treasurer 4: A Cnllvellu 2-3-4: Over- etln 1-3: Mndrikuls 4: Treble Clef li li Prom Committee 8: Cnrnivnl Committee 4: PIM' Committee 2: Class Plny 3-4: Nui-se's Aid 3: Ration Bonrfl S. DICKINSON. LOIS EVELYN seeretnrinl Club 2: Psint rind Pntebes 2: rdssk snd wie 2-4: lireneli Club 1-2-2.4. President 4: Treble clef A 2-2: A csv- nelln 4: operetts 1: Treble clef ll 1-2: Triple Trib 2: Ration Board 2: Defense Work 4: Carnival Committee 4. DITZLER. WILLIAM STANLEY Latin Club 2: Pniles 4, Assistant seeretnry: Pnint and Pnlches 4: Funnel lnfl Flank 8-4. President 3-4: Mask and Wil 42 Honor Society 3-4: Blind 1-2-3-4: Orchestrn 2-X-4: Olveretla. Orchestra 3: Instrumentnl En- sembles 1-2-S-4: Cnrnivnl Committee 41 Home Room Olllcership. Vice President 1. Secretary 3: Boys' State 3: Class Play 3. DIXON. HAROLD ALBERT Letterrnnns Club 2-2-4: Carnival Commit- tee 4: Plny Committee 4: Herne Room om- eersnip 4. Vice President 4: lvlnnseern. Bnskelbnlls 2. Fentbnll 2-3-4: Defense Wnrk 2-4. DONAHUE. ROBERT CORNELIUS spnnisl: Club 2.2: Bnnd 1-2.2-4: cnrnirnl Committee 4: Herne Room omeerslrin. see- retnry 2. viee President 4: 1-'netbnll 1-4: Gelf 4: Defense Work 2-4. DONNER. FRANK P., JR. Cnmern Club 1-2-2-4: Student Council 4: Visual Aid snr-lety 2-2-4: 1-lerne nnnrn Olll- eereliiv. President 4: Polaris stnff 2: Stnlc one-net Plny 4: Football 1-2-4. DUMROESE, RONALD A. Entered frnrn Morton mel: sebenl 4: Cnr- nii-nl cnninrittee 4: Defense Work 4. EASTMAN. LORAINE ELLA snnnisn Club 2: Cnrnivnl cnrnrniure 4: Ration Bonrfl 2. ENGLE. BEN FALK, DOLORES ANN Curnlvnl Committee 4. FARNHAM, BEVERLY JEAN Carnival Committee 4: Defense Work 4. FEILER. SHIRLEY MAE Entered from cbibnewn Fnlls. wir. 2: Treble clef A 4: unerettn 2: Treble ck-f li 2: mired Chorus 2: Carnival cdrnrnit. ec . FERGUSON. DANIEL C. Latin Club 2-3: Letterrnsns clnb 2-3-4: Philos 4. President 4: Mask and wie 4: Honor snelety 2-4: 1-li-Y 2-4, seeretsw 4: Student cennell 2: Prem Committee 2: Carnival Committee 4: Home Rnern Ofllcevv ship, President 2. Vice President 2: clnss omeer. President 2, seeretnry-Trennnrer 1: clsss Plny 4: nebste 2: Dsskenbnll 1-2-2-4: Trunk 2-2-4: Gelf 2-2-4. 126 Stratosphere Glose-Ups PICKERT. RONALD DWAYNE Camera Club 1: Visual Ald Society 3-4: Prom Committee 3: Carnival Committee 4: Play Committee l-2-8-I: Stlulc Mannlzer 4: Corridor Mtmitnr! ll-42 Mlnlller Corridors 4: Football 1-2: Track 1: Jr. Red Cmss. Chairman. Vice President 4: Gannme 3: Dmoler 4. FIERHELLER, DONNA ROSE Latin Club 2: Herne Ee. Club 1-2: Paint and Pnrenee 1-2: Mnrl: and wir 2.4: Honor snelefy 4: G, A. A. 1-2: Hi-G, R. al: anna I-2-ll-4: Orchestra 1-2-a-4: lnetrnnlenenl gnrensblee za: Carnival cenrnlmee 4: Class RY . FINKBEINER, DONNA 'MAE Secretarial Club 11: G. A. A. 1: Hi-G. R. :l-4: Carnival Committee 4: Home Room omemlnn. Prernlenc 1. vice President 2: Nnreem Aid 2: Defense work 4. FINKBONER. NEOTA MAE Band 1-2-Zi-4: Carnival Committee 4: De. fense work 4. FLUECHTLING. HELEN LEONA Home Ee. Cloll l-2-33 Secretarial Club al: cnrnlvnl Committee 4. l-REIDAG, RICHARD J. Carnival Committee 4: Hume Rnnrn omeer- shin. Vice President 2: Gnlf 4: Defenee wnrk 11.4. GABEL. HARVEY CARROLL Latin Club 2: ann: nnn wir 4: A Cap- pelln 1-2-:l-4. seellen 1.en4e:- 2.2-4: Oper. ettn fel: Vocal Ensembles 2.3-4: Mndrieele z-3.4: nnye' Quartet :1-4: Mlxe-1 qnrreel 2-ll-4: rrnn: Committee al: Carnival amn- mittee 4. GALLAGHER, IERRY L. Spanish Club l: Prom Committee 3: Cnr- nival Committee 4: Golf 2: Tennis l. GEISER, LAVONNE 1-lnrne Ee. Club 3.4: Secretarial Club 2: Treble clef A 3: A cnnnelln 4: Operetta 1-4: Madrisals 4: Treble cler 11 2: Mixed cnnrnr 2: Prrnn cnrnrnlnee :s: Carnival cnrnrninee 4: Play Committee rl-4. GEISER. RUTH Home 1-:e..cln1: 2: Paint nnfl Patches 2: Hnnnr snmefy 4: A Cappella 2-se: oner. r-on 1-fl: Vocal Ensembles s-4: Triple Trio 1:-4: Prom Committee R: Carnival cr-nr. mittee 4: Play Committee 4.4: Hlnne Rnnn- omeennnp. Secretary 1: Ration Ren:-.1 2: Jr. Red nrees. clnnrnlnn 4. GRAFF, BENNETT A. Carnival Committee 4: Clans Ofllcer II Football 2: Defense Work ii-4. GRAFF. LOIS MAXINE sr-er:-fnrinl Club 3: cernlvnl Committee 4: Defense Work 4. GRAMLEY. HAZEL MARIE Entered from Dakota Hlsrh School: Cnr. nival Committee 4: Defense Work 4. GRAY. MARION ELIZABETH Carnival Committee 4. GRIFFO. VIRGINIA M, Entered from Parker Hllh School. ChieIlE0, Freshman A: Spanish Club I: Home Ec. Club 3: Secretarial Club 3-4, President 4: Philos 4: Honor Society 42 G. A. A. l: Student Council 2-il. Vice President Pl: Prom Committee 8: Carnival Committee 4: Play Committee 3-4: Home Room Ofllcer- ahip 1-2-3, President I-2-3: Polaris Stat! 4: Carnival Queen 2: Miss Merry Christmas 2: Swimming 1. 121 HEIMBUCH, JEAN SHIRLEY Herne Ee. clnl: 4: Secretarial Club s: Hi- Ll. R. s-4: Carnival Committee 4: rlny Committee s: Delensc Work 4. HEITZMAN. DOLORES A. Home Ee. clnh 1-2-3: Student Council 2: Carnival cnnrnnmee 4: Home Room omeer. ship, President s: Carnival Queen 1. HEITZMAN, JOAN ALICE Secretarial Club s: anna 1-2-ll-4: Carnival cnnlnrm:-e 4: Ration Board 3: Defense Work 4. HEITZMAN, JOYCE ELAINE 1-lnnle ire. Club 11: Hi-G. R, 4: Play Cern- :nmee 4: Hn-ne Room omeerenip 2-ll. see- relm: 2. Vice President cl: clnen omrer. rreenlen: 2: Ration llnnnl as-4: .lr. Rel cl-nee. Chairman 4. HENRY, FRANK J., JR. Home Room 0Rl4:e1-ship, Vice President 21 Iiaxkelhall 1: Golf 4. HIGLEY. DORIS BERNIECE Lnlln Club 1: Secretarial clnl: s: G. A. A. 1-2: Hi-G. R. 1-2-s-4: Carnival cennnllwe 4: Plny cnnlnrlllee 1-2-s-4: Cnrnivnl Plnv 4. HOFFMAN. GLORIA M. 1.nlin Club 2-3: secrezerlnl Club 4: Hi-G. R. :x.4: llnnrl I-2-3-4: Prom Committee 3: Carnival Committee 4: Play Committee al: Nnrne-n Ain sl: Ration Honra 2. HOFFMAN. VERLE L. Carnival Committee 4. HOLDEMAN, DONALD R. Lettn-rman'a Club 2-s-4: Mask and wig 4. President 4: Student cenneil 2-ll-4: Pren- Committee a: Carnival Committee 4: Herne Room om:-erellin, President 2.:l-4: Clnne omeer 4. vice P:-eeiaene 4: clnrn: Play ll: Football 1-2-3-4: 'rrnelf 1-2-s-4. HORAN. CARLYN LORRAINE see:-ecnrlel Club a: man: nnn rnaelrer 2: Forensics 2: rren: Committee a: Carnival Committee 4: Pun- Committee :l: Hnnne Rtnnn ollleerenin 1: Debate 2: Open 1-lnnre Play H: Nnrnem Aid 4: Ration lxnnrfl ll, HOSKING. HARRY R. 1.:-all-rrnnnm Club 2-xx-4: cernlvnl cnnnnll. lee 4: Fneebell 1-2-S-4: Derenre Work 4. HUBER, PATRICIA A. Entered fmm Drezun Community Hizll School. Oreltull. Ill, 4: Hi-G. R. 4: Carni- val Committee 4. HULTQUIST. C. WILLIAM Funnel and Flask 2: Carnival Committee 4: Track I. HUTCHERSON, FLOYD E. spnnlel: club s-4: Philos 4: Student cenn- ell 2: cnrnlvnl Committee 4: Plny cnnr- mittee s-4: Hnrne Room omrer:-nan. Vlre President 1. vlee President 2. Secretary- 'rrenlnrrer ll: Dehnfe 2: Tennis I-2: HUTMACHER, NORMA JEAN Home Er. Club 2-4: Carnival cn:nn.i41ee 4: nerenee wnrl: 4. IFERT, RAY J. rrenn cnnnnim-e s: cnrnit-nl Committee 4: Henle lzenrn omeerelnp 1-2. seerefnry- 'rrenenrer 2: Defense Work a-4. JAMES. IRIS MAXINE Spanish Club 3: Home Ee. Club I-2-3-4. Pfeslmlclit 4: Mask and Witt 4: Treble Clef A 1-2-8: A Cappella 1-2-8-4: Oven.-tw 1-3: Vocal Eneemnlee xl: Merlrlenln 2-R-4: Prom Committee 3: Carnival Committee 4: Play Committee 3: Home Room ORlcershiD. Secretary 2. JOHNSON, PAULINE LOUISE Lltln Club 4: Home Ee. Club 3: Paint and Patches 2: Mask and Wim Secretary 4: Hi-G. R. s-4. Pre-nnlenl 4: Prnrn cnnnnlf- tee 3: Carnival Committee 4: Pla? Cnm- mittee 4: Debate 2: Chun Play tl: Soplm- nnnre Oratoricnl 2: Nnrln-'n Aid 2: Rnlrnn Board 3. KATSUFRU, KRISTINE LULLA seeremrlnl Club a: Carnival Committee 4: Ration Board :1. KIECKHAEFER. DONALD E. Lenernlnnm Club 4: senden: Connell 2-s: Home Room Ollieernhlv 2-s. President 2. Secretary a: Carnival King sa l-'nntlrnll 2-a-4: Defenee Work 4. KIRCHBERG, ELIZABETH M, Play cnnnnltlee 4: nefenne Work al, KISH. ROGER KNAUFF. DONALD J. Letterman'a Club 2-3-4. President 4: Hanoi' Society 4: Student Connell 4: Prom Com- mittee 3: Carnival Committee 4: Home Room Oiileernllilw. President 4: Clam! Dill- cer 3-4. Vice President R. President 4: Football 1-2-3-4: Defense Work 4. KNICELY. HAROLD L. KOEHLER. STANLEY F. Hxnnel and Flank 4: Carnival Committee 4: Play Committee 3-4. KOESTER, LAVERNE HENRY Defense Wm-lt 4. KRACHT. ELIZABETH ANN Latin Club 2: Home Ee. Club 3: G. A. A. 2-3: HI-G. R. 3-1: Student Council 2: Carnival Committee 4: Home Room Ofllcer- ahitl. President 2. KRUEGER, JAMES Lenerrnnnn Club 1-2-a-4: cnrnivnl cnvn- mittee 4: Herne Rnen: omeerelnp, vie:- Preelrlena 1. seerewv-'rrenenrer 2: 1-ann.. ball 1-2-Il-4: Defenre wnrk :l-4. KRUEGER, VERNICE JAYNE Secretarial Clulu 3-4, Secretary 4: Philos, Secretary 47 Mask and Wil1.Vil:e President 4: Honor Society 8-4: G. A. A. 1: Student Council 3: Treble Cle! A 2: A Cappella 2-ll: operenn 1-Ll: ver-nl Ensembles 2-A: Treble Clef H li Mixed Chorus 1: Trillia- Trlo 24: Prom Committee 3: Carnival Committee 4: Ylny Committee R: Home Room Omcerahlp, President. 3, Vice Pren- ident 2: Debate 2: Class Play 4: Barca- laureate Lead:-r 3: Sophomore Oratorical 2: Carnival Queen 4: State Ono-acl Play 4: Nurse's Aid 4: Ration Board 3, KRYDER. ETHEL MARIE Entered fmm Cr-dnrvllle 3: Carnival Com- mitles 4: Home Room Otileetshih. Secre- l8l'Y . KUHLEMEIER. DOROTHY MAE Treble Clel A B-4: onereun a: 'treble Cla.-I amz: Mixed Chorus 1: Carnival cnnnnif- KUHN. DOROTHY MARIE Hefne Ee. clnl: 2-s: Secretarial clnl: rs: nl-42. R. 4: Carnival Committee 4: Home Room omeerrnin, seeremry-'treeenrer 2. KURTH. MARY ELIZABETH Hi-G. R. s-4: Carnival Committee 4. LABINSKI. TOM LIEBER. JANICE ALLENE Spanish Club 1-2: Mixed Chorus I: Prom Committee 3: Carnival Committee 4: Play Committee 2-3-4: Home Room Dflieefxhla. Vice President I. Secretary 2: Defense Work B-4. ,Stratosphere Glose-Ups LIEBERS. LAURENCE Enrolled in Junior college in California. LINCOLN. THEO JEAN Entered from Dakota Hlgh School 3: Home Ee. Club 4: Musk and Wi! 4lI Carnival Committee -I: Hume Room Omcelshill. Sec- mzary-Treneurer 4: Open House Play 4: Nunm's Aid I. LINDGREN. MARY LOUISE seemenniel Club al: Pnlnt and Patches 2: Mnek nnd wie a: snnlenncenneil s: Treble clef A 2: A cn:-velln a: one:-ene s: Vocal Ensembles 2-s: 'ri-enle clef B 2: Triple 'ri-ie 2: Clrnivnl Commlttee 4: 1-:eine mein omeenehin. President za: Polaris sneer 2: nelnne 2: sepnennne ornnn-ieel 2: onen House xfley al: Rnlinn Bonrd 2-:1, LISCOM, ROYAL W. snenish Club 2-rx: llnnd 1: Mixed Cnein.: 2-s: Carnival may 2: Bnskeiliell 1: ue. rense week :4-4. LOCHER. ROSALI Home Ee. Club 3: Cnrnivul Comnlitlee 4: Defense Work 4. LOEWE. LEONA M. E. Cnrnival Committee 4: uerenee Work s. LONGAMORE. DELLA MAY Herne Ee. clnh 4: Mixed Chorus 1: Cer- nivnl Committm 4: nerenee week 4. LOPEZ. VICTOR CHAUNCEY spnnish Club 1-2: rein: and Patches 1-2: Meek and wil: a: Mixed Chorus 4: cne- nivnl Cornmillcc a: Heine Rmm Dflicere ship, Vice Pieeinenz 1: clns: Plny 3: Re- tion Buani 2-s: Defense wnnk x. MALOTT. BARBARA DALE Latin Club 2: Philos 4: Paint end Patches 1: Mask nnkl wie 4: Hunnr seeievev x.4: Hnnil 1.2.4-4. Student llenelei- 4: Orchestra l-2414. Student l,e:nlei- 4: A cnnvelln 2: Uperetln 1-a: 1ns:nnnen:nl 1-:nseinl-,lee 1.2. ::.4: Pi-ein cennniuee a: cn:-nlvel cnnnnn. lee4: Heine lluum omeeesnip, President 1: Girls' State al: Class Plny :1-4: cnnnieni Plny 2: sme onenez Plny 3.4: Nneeew: Aid 4: Ration unnnl a, MARCUM, M. MERLE Carnival cnnnniuee 4. MARSH. DORIS MARIE 1-renin Ee. Club a: Secretarial clnh a: G. A. A. 1-2: H1-G, R. 4: Peein Committee :i: cninai-el cfnnniinee 4: Pley cennniel:-e 1.2-4: Heine Room omeei-ehin. viee Pie:- inen: 2: Nnieea: Ain 4. McCOY. CHARLES R. Funnel en.-l Flask 4: nnnn 2-:1-4: Cn:-nivnl Committee 4. MCLEROY, MARK Leuernlnvfs Club 2-3-4. MCMILLAN. WILLIAM THOMAS Orchestrn I-2: Truck 3. MECK. WAYNE H. cnfnivnl Committee 4: nerense week a-4. METZ, DORIS M. Hi-G. lL 3-4: Onorctm 1-2: Tr-:ble cler u 2: Mixed Chorus 1: Carnival Committee 4: Nurse's Aid 3: nnainn Board a. MEYER, IRMA JEAN Secreturlal cinh x: 'riehle Cluf A 4: 'riehle cl:-4 Il 2: Mixed Chnrus 2: cn:-nivel cem- niinee 4: Plny Cummiltoe :1-4: I-lenie linen. omeenehip. viee ri-eslelenl 2: Defense Work 4. MICKLE. L. REECE 1.-:-ue.-ni:in's clnh 2-ll-fl: Carnival cnniniii. le: 4: rinnhnll 1-2-:l-4: uefense werk :x-4. MILLER. LOIS AUDREY 1-li-G. R. a-4: Bend 1-2-2.4: orehesmi 2-a-4: Instrumental lznseinhlee as-4: cei- nii-nl Committee 4: Defense weik 4. MOORE. DELBERT C. 'MORROW. JOANN ARLENE Home Ee. Cluh 3: Secretarinl Club 3: Cah- nivnl Committee 4: Defense Work 3-I. NAMPEL, EILEEN JOANNE Snnninh Club 1-2: 1-xenie Ee. Club l-2: Pi-em Committee a: Carnival Committee 4: 1-lnine Room omeei-ship. viee rmiaenn 2: Defense Work 4. NEELY, JACK A. Spanish Club 1-2: Cnniei-n Cluh I-2-3-4. see:-en-.ry-Treasurer 2, viee Pie-:inenc a: Benn I-2-3-4: Orchestra 1: nehnie 4: class 1-lny 41: Play Pmmvtor 4: self 2-s. NOESKE. DOROTHY ESTHER Home Ee. Club 1-2-s-4: Secrcinrinl clnh 11: G. A. A. 3: Hi-G. R. :1-4: cn:-nlvnl cem- mgese 4: Pley Committee 1-2: Nin-se's PACKARD, JACK W. Lutln Club 3: Plny ceninninee 4: Track 4: Defense Work 3. PALMER. GLENN B. Student Council 4: Pnhlie Address s,-sxein :1-4: cnrnivel Committee 4: 1-lnnie Reern omeership. President 4: Bnnkelhnll 1. PAUGELS, BOB Defense werk 3-4. PETERSON, AUDREY LOUISE snnnish Club l-2-4: seereeniinl Club as: G. A. A. 1-2-ll-4. President 4: Hi-G. R, :1-4: Benn l-2-:l-4: Orchestra 2-s-4: oneienn 1: 'ri-ehle clef B 1: Penn: cennniicee 3: cen- nivnl cninnimee 4: Plqy cnnnninee x: wnyk lzmmpnen s: Nnn:e's A111 s: Defense ei- . PHILLIPS. DOROTHY MAE Lniin clnh 2-3: Home Ee. chili 2: Secre- :nrinl Club lx: Hi-G. ll. 2.2: Cnrnlval Cen:- :niuee 4: Henle Room omeernhln. seene- znry-'rienenner 4: Ration Bunrml 3. PFISTERER, THOMAS R.. IR. Lutin clnl: 2: vhilw. Aseleznnl Jrrensni-en 4: Funnel und l-'leek 4: lflenni- seeieuy 3.4: Student Council 1-:4-4: Carnival Committee 4: Home Room omeei-ship. Preeii-len: 1-:1-4: uehnle 2. POGGENKLASS. ALICE M, l.nlin clnl: 1: Spanish Club ag Paint nnd Patches I-2: G. A, A. 1: Hl-G. R, II-4: Band 2-li: Treble Glu! A 2: Uneretta 1-R: Treble Clef B 1: Czwnlvnl Cnnlnlittee 4: 'Plny Committee 1-2: Hume Room Ollleer- :il1iD. Vice 'President ll: Polllris Staff 32 Swimmini 3-45 Ration Board 4: Defcnse Work L POLLOCK. JEANNE Lnmin Club 1-2: seeielni-inl Club 4: 'Philos 4: Pain! nnil mnehe: 1-2. Pi-esiilen: 1-2: Mask -nil wig 4: Honor sneiezy 4: llnnd 1-2: Prom cemmluee x: cnrnivnl onin- mittee 4: Heine Renni omeeishin. Pres- ids-nt 1: Polaris sznlr 11: Delinie 2: cless l-any s-4: Girls- Club Omccr 2: NurHe's Aid 4: Ration Hnnnl s. POPKES. PHYLLIS ANN Heine Ee. Club 1-2-rx: seeielnriel Club s-4. Secretnry 4: Carnival Committee 4: Heine Rin-in omeeishin. Vice President 4: clnse omeer. Vice President 2. FORTH, JUNE MEREDITH spenish clnl: I-2-JI-4: Heine Ee. clnh 1: rem: and Peaches 1-2: Mnak nnil wig :1-4: ai-G. 14. a-4: llnnn 1-2-3-4: oi-ehesu-n 2.2 4: Prom Committee 3: cnrnivnl ceniniiu- :ee 4: Pllw Committee a: Heine Room om- eerehin. Seemtnry 1. viee rn.-einen: 4-4: Nurse! Aid s. PORTH, WILLIAM Svecial Armed Forces. RAFFERTY, VIRGINIA MAE PIII? Committee 3: Defense Work 4. RANDALL, JOHN DOUGLAS Latin Club 2: Meek nnd wie 4: oi-eheelnn 1,244-4: A cnmwlle 3.4: Dpereltn 4: men- iiknl: 4: Mixed Chorus 3: Cnrnivnl een.. Engtxze 4: Boys' Skate a: Feeebnll 2: Track RECK. WAYNE STANLEY nnnel 2-:4-4: Orchestra 1-2-3-4: A cnwelln a: openmn s: 'riehle clef lx 2. REES. MARION ELAINE Secretarial Club 3: French Club 2: Treble Clef A il: Treble Clef ll 31 Mixed Curus 21 Carnival Committee 4: Home Ruum Olmer- ship. Vice President l-3, Secretnry-Trmis- urcr 4: Rntlun Board 3. REINING, JOHN Band I-2-3-I. RICHARDS, CAROL JEAN Heine se, Club 2-al: 'rrehle cle: B az: cn:- nivnl ceinininee 4. RICHTER. LOIS ELAINE Home Ee. clnh el: seemnrinl Club 3: Cnn- nivel Committee 4: Ration Henna CI-4. RUSH. JOHN R. 1,e:1er:nnn's Club 2-as-4: cn:-nivnl Commit- lee 4: Henie Room omeeishin. seen.-new 'ri-eesnn-e 11: lxnekemell 1-2-34: Fenwnll 2: Trnnk 1-2: Tennis 2. RYAN, NANCY JANE Secretarial clnl: s: Benn 1-2-3-4: 'ri-elile clef A 2: A cnvvelle s-4: One:-:un 1-mx: 'ri-eble clef n 1: ceinivnl Committee 4: Heine neun: omeerehin. Secretary 4. SALTER. FERNE EVELYN Enrei-en funn Winslow High seheel :li Carnivnl Committee 4. SAMPSON. LOIS MAXINE Treble cle: A a: One:-ettn B: 'rreme cler B 4: Mixed Chorus ::, SANDERS, JIM EDWARD Funnel nnd Flask 2-4: Honor Society 4: Camera Club 2: Student Council I-4: Hume Room Omlsershlll. President le-I: Pnlnrls SLllR.C0-Business Manager-li Fontbllll 1-2: Track 4: Defense Wm-lc 3. SARGENT, JOHN C. snnelene Council 1: Pmm Committee 4: Carnival ceinininee 4: nebnie 2-4: open 1-lnnee Plny il: Tennis 1-2: Defense week 14, SCHOPF, MAX E. Student Council a: Public Annmsk syeleni 4: Carnival Committee 4: Heine liinnn Oliicershiu. President :4. SCHNEIDER. JEAN MARILYN Latin clnh 2: Snanish Club 1: Musk nnil wie s-4: Hi-G. R. s: Student Cnuncll as: 'ri-ehle ole: A li A Cappella 2.3-4: one:- ctta 1-3: vnenl Eneenihlee l-2-3-4: Treble clef ll 1: Triple Trio 4: Pnein Commitu-v zz: Carnival cnniniielee 4: Henie Rinnn om- eershin. seeieuin- 1-2. President 2: Delnne 2: Tennis 2: Nurs:-'s Aid 4: Rntiun unnnl :x. 128 ,Stratosphere Qlose-Ups SCHROEDER, ROBERT F. Spanish Club s-4: Mnel: and win 4: Honor Society 4: cnrnlvnl Committee 4: Debate 2: Clizss rlny s: Senior Carnival Co-Chain nnnn . SCHUNK. VIRGINIA MAE Home Ee. Club L2-8-4:2 Secretarial Club 8: G. A. A. 3: Hi-G. R. 3-4: Carnival gmianusiitlee 4: Play Committee 1-2: Nur-se's SCOTT. HOWARD sneeinl Armed rereer. SEELY. ELIZABETH ANN Lnfin Club 2-es, Vlce President a: Pnine nnn r-ntrnen 2: Mask .nn wir 4: Hnnnr sneiecy 4: Treble clnr A 2: A cnnnelln s.4: Oneretta 4: 'rrehle clef is 2: Carnival Committee 4: Play Committee s: Class r-lny 4: St-ate One-net Play 4. SHEET2., JEAN A. Spanish Club 1-2: l-lnrne Ee, Club 1-2-ti: Secretarial Club a: Paint and Pnfenee 1-2: G. A. A. 2: Hi-G. lt. 3-4: Pnini Committee li: Carnival Committee 4. SHOEMAKER, JOHN H. snnnieh Club 3: Funnel and Flask 4: Camera Club 1: Cnrnlvnl Cummittee 4. SHORT. C. LAVAUGHN Carnival Committee 4: I-li-G. R, 8: ue- lense Work 4. SIEGMEIER. LEON B. lAtterman's Club is-4: Mnsi: .nn wie 4: 1-Inner Society 4: Student cnnneil 4: Prnrn Committee za: cnrnivnl cernniinee 4: 1-lnrne Room omeerenin. rreniflent 4: llnye' sm.: sl: einer Plny a: Carnival ltcnn 4: State Une-ant rlny 4: rnnthnll 2-li-4: Track 1-2- :i-4: Defense Work 4. SIEMENS, ARLITH IJUNE Latin Club 2: Ration nard s: Defense Work 4. SKEEI.. JEANETTE FAYE Carnival Committee 4: Ration nnnrd 4. SMITH. DONALD LORENE Entered from Aeuin Hlah School 4: A Callvella 1: Defense Work 4. SMITH. JUNE Latin Club 2: Herne Er, Club 2: rliilnn 4: Mask nnil win 4-4: I-lnnnr Society 4: Band 1.2-s: A Cappella 2-3: onereun 1: 'rrelne Clol' n 1: Prnrn Committee s: cnrnivnl Committee 4: rlny cninnimee I-2-3: rel- nrie sinff 4: Cine: Play li-4. SMITH. THEODORE C. Pnin: and Pinenen 2: cnrnii-nl cnnnniuee 4: Open House 1-lny s, SNYDER, LESTER EUGENE Carnival Committee 4: Football 1-4: De- fenee Work 4. SORN. LOIS S. cnrnivnl Committee 4. SPAHR. MARCELLA MAE Secretarial Club I. Treasurer 4: Honor Society 41 Student Council II: Band 1-2- :4-4: Orchestra I-2-3-I: Oneivtla 1-3: In- strumental Ensembles 3-4: Carnival Com- mittee 4: Home Room Omcelfshivi Presi- dent S: Ration Board 3-4. SPRINGER. J. GORDON, JR. Carnival Committee 4: Tennis lnl: 2. STAA5. MARILYN JOYCE Svanish Club 1: seerecnrlnl Club s: cnr- nivnl Committee 4: Ratlaa nnnrn 2: De- renee work 4. STEARNS, RALPH R. Carnival Committee 4: Defense Work 3.4. 129 STEWART. PRISCILLA Gratlllatetl Inst summer. STIEGMAN, JOYCE ELLEN Secretarial Club 3: Treble Clel' A 2: A Cappella 8: Oneretta 1-3: Treble Glo! B 2: Mixed Chorus 1: Carnival Committee 4. STOCKS, JANICE Graduated last summer. STOUT, VIRGINIA LEE l-Innie ae. Club 2-s: Philos 4: G. A. A. 4: Hi-43. R. 4: Prom cnnnninee s: Cnrnivnl cnininim-e 4: Play Committee s-4: Home nnnrn omeerehin. Secretary 2: Polaris sine 4: swnnrninz 4: Ration Board ix. STUKENBERG. EVA PEARL Home Ee. Club 2-'I-4: Treble Clef A 3: A Cavlvella 4: Overetta I-8: Treble Clef B 22 Mixed Chonls 1: Prom Committee 3: Cnr- nivnl Committee 4: Play Committee I-2- 8-42 Ration Board I. SUTTERLIN, FRANCES Completed work last summer. SWARD. JACK WILLIAM Camera Club 1-2-a-4: anna l-2-14-4: ln- strumental anienililee ax: Polaris sua 4. THOMPSON. LENARD ALLEN Spanish Club 1-2: A Cappella 2-3-4: Mad- rilnls 4: Mixed Chorus lj Buys' Quartet 4: Football 1-2: Track 2-4. TREVILLIAN. MARY ANN Spanish Club I.-2-3-4: Pliilns 4: G. A. A. 4: French Club 4: Carnival Committee 42 Play Committee 3: Home Room Dllleerslilp, vine President 2. seeretnry 4: Ration Board 3. TUCKER. PAUL O. sunlent Council s: Carnival Committee 4: Home Room omeerrniv. President a: Vice President 4: Football 1-2: 'rrnelr Mannaer 1: Defense Work 4: Cheer Leader l-244. VAUGHAN, JAMES JOSEPH snnnlen Club 2-4: Philos 4: Mask and wig 4: 1-lnnnr sneieov 4: Camera Club l-2-B-4. President il. Vice President 4: Student cnnnell 3: Nntlnnnl Forensic Li-nzue 2-al-4. Pieeirlenu: CarnlvalCommittee 4: Pnlnrln Staff 2-:fl-4: Debate 2-s-4: Clnsn Play s-4: News Reporter 4: Forensics 2-fl: Ration Board 3-4. VEHMEIER, WILLIAM H. Entered fren. nnknu High School s. VOSS. LAVERNE R. Lntin Club 1-2: Student Council l-2: Unn- nirnl Committee 4: Home Room omeere nil:-. President l. VOSS. SHIRLEY MAE Entered from Pearl city High Sehnol s: Carnival Committee 4: Nurse's Aid 4. WAHLER. MAY ELIZABETH Hi-G. R. 3-4: Student Council 2-3-4: cnr- nivnl cnnnninee 4: Herne Room omeereliin. grefalenm 2-s-4: Nur-se's Ain s: Ration ca . WAHLER, NORMA JEAN WALES, JUNE HARRIETT Home Ee. Club 2: Paint and Patches 2: Mask and Wig 2: G. A. A. I-2-9: A Can- vvlla 2-'I-4: Operetta 1-3: Vunnl Ensembles 2: Mailrikals 4: Carnival Committee 4: Plliy Committee X: Debate 27 Defense Work 4. XVAMSLEY. DOROTHY MARIE Spanish Club 1-2-3-4, Vice President 4: Secretarial Club 3: Philos 4: Honor S41- clety 3-4: Orchestra 1-2-3-4: Opel-etta 3: Instrumental Ensembles 2-3: Solo and En- semblq Instrumental Contest s-4: rrnin cnrnrninee n: cnrnivnl Committee 4: 1-lny Cqmmlttee 3-I: Home Room Ofiioership, Vlee President 2: Polaris Staff 3-4. Co- Business Mamiuer Q: Girls' State 3: Nur-sae'a Aid 4: Ration Board 3. WASHBURN. ALFRED F., JR. Carnival Cumnilttee 4: Hnnie anon: omeer- eniu. seereterv 1-2: llasltetball I-2-3: Fone. ball 1-2-il: rrnek 1-2-s. WELTY. JACK NORMAN snnnien Club 1: Orchestra 1-2: Carnival cinnrniuee 4: Gel: 2.3.4. WICHMAN. CLARK LAVERNE Carnival Committee 4. WIENAND. RICHARD WILHELMS. EDWARD H. Carnival Committee I: Home Room slzlll. Vice President I: 'Track 2-S. WILHELMS. HAROLD R. WILHELMS. PAUL C. Latin Club I-2: Carnival Committee I: Football 2-42 Track 8. WILLIAMS, DONALD J. cnrnn-nl cnnnnluee 4: 1-:nine Room omeer- ship, vlee President 2: Derenee Work 3-4. WILSON, LEROY WIRTJES, HAROLD WALTER Carnival Committee 4. WITTBECKER, JEAN ANNABELLE seerernrinl Club 1: Hi-ti. ll. x-2: Carnival Committee 4: Defense Work 4. WOLFE. ROSS XVOMELSDORF, JOAN EILENE snnnirn Club 4: Paint end Patches 1-2. seereinry 2: Hnnor Society 4: Hi-G. R. 3.4: anna 1-2-3-4-: Instrumental Ensembles 4-4: Prom.Committee a: Carnival Committee 4: Polaris sunt :l-4: swlrnn-:ine s-4. WOMELSDORF. JOYCE ELAINE Pnin: nnfl Pefenee 1-2. Vice President 2: 1-Inner Society 4: Hi-G. R. 3.4: anna 1-2. al-4: Orchestra a-4: lnetrnrnentel sneer... bles s-4: Prom Committee s: Carnival S-timmittee 4: Polaris sniff 4-4: Swimming Omcer- WOODS. IRENE VJRIGHT. IRENE MARGARET Secretarial Club 3: Hi-G, R: 3: Carnival Committee 4: Nurl4e'n Aid S. YOUNG. JANICE Latin Club 2-3-4. Vice President I: Philos 4: Mask and Wi! 3-43 Hnnor Society R-4: Student cnnneil 2-K. secretary-Trennnrer s: Band 1-2-3-4: Orchestra 8-4: Tmble Clcf A 2: Instrumental Ensembles 1-2-3: Prom Committee 3: Carnival Committee 4: Play Committee 2-5: Home Room Ollioershlh. President 2: Class Play 4 News Reporter I: Carnival Queen 3: Seninr Carnival Ctr- Chnirman 4: Ration Bnani 3. YOUNGS, DONALD HEARD. JR. 'rrnnefer fi-ern mt. 'Lebanon High sehnnl 2: 'Latin Club a-4: Philos, 'rrenenrer 4: l-lnnnr snelew 4: l-ll.v 4: Carnival Committee 4: Pllw cnnnnmee 4.4: Polaris senn :i-4. Cn- Erliinr 4: 'rrnek 2. ZIMMERMAN. ROBERT il ",Silve1 wings in the moonlight J ' jf' kj Flying high up,fi1bove" ----- MZ! 1- 'Z XA .f . x ii Q? f x N ' l ' ' X 5, x X f fy!-4 ' X J Q L' W MA 1' x., r pf I W f DM X. JM Q ' ff if ' 3 A Q - P' M April 21, 44 I My 7 p Benny joined the navy yesterday. May have to leave before graduation. Gene took his examination for the navy, too. Don leaves for the air corps in May. Things happen so X fast novvadays. We'rc projected right over this Present into the Future. 1 l il l 1t's a reminder. Bet you've been wondering what the theme of qhis year's "Polaris" A W s. hWe've been up in the air about it, too. You see, we tried to froject you into the N 4 X? X, ,V1 future. Meanwhile, we dedicated the book to the boys in the air corps, so we took you .1 J , p in the sky with them. fPerhaps you noticed a few planets whizzing by!! K I fDo you suppose we'll all have closer association with the stars in the future and that familiar words in 'most any home will be "Say, Pop, can I take the rocket out tonight?"j lf .fwfr " 1 K U Rf" , ,l-Ziff 43 But about our theme--what's happening "up in the airnlover there--is so . - - . fi . . . , . '5ll',CJarx0' L A1 important this spring, and the Future is so allnmportant, that our theme cannot be R0 rvy ,fir Crllf pinned down to mere words. You'll have to help us do something about it--the . -' '-1 me 4 v Rixyn'-'V-R Pl: , C ' QQIJ Future-we mean. That s really the goal of our theme. it ,mi 1 VAL? ' lx" W LJA X And when you have made your plans for it and have sighted your own future Freetonia and the call comes "clear to land!", may you be able to answer instantly, "Roger!" w-ff' ,A 1 J io. AO X . i ,E x L C - "Silver wings in the moonlight ,N 4, fi . f' T l . 'Bring lum homeward again." l X x l i 11, X y . , Copyright 1943 miller Music cmpm-msn. 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