Galesburg High School - Reflector Yearbook (Galesburg, IL)
- Class of 1927
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Galenhurg High Ethan!
During the four years Mr. Young has hcen with us,
he has made for himself a reputation as a faithful worker,
efficient leader. and friend. The fairness and good judg-
ment that he shows in settling every problem have won the
respect and admiration of all who are associated with him.
It is our wish that he may always be with us, for we
feel that no other could quite take his place.
Mr. Miller will always be a welcome guest at
high school. By his sincerity and friendliness he
has won a place in the hearts of all of us. He has
donc a great deal not only for the city schools, but
for the welfare of G. H. S. VVe feel that in our
superintendent we have an untiring helper and
ayoi' Mureen. O'COnn0i'. Comher, Urziig. Mill- r, Hulf Clerk
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Board of Education
is for school-by this Board so well ledg
is for Chester F. Miller, their head:
is for Huff-he's the clerk of the band'
is for oversight, always at handg
stands for oneness, in which they're the best
is for loyalty-theirs stands the test.
is for brainy-the work that they dog
'tis the last time this comes 'ere we're thrug
'S for the awe which their- fine work inspiresg
stands for ready-this group never tiresg
we are done, but 1et's add-
"YVe're no liars Y"
GUNNARD NELS PEARSON
Born August 31, 1909
Divd January 27, 1927
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WV. E. QUICK
"One who aims high
And is found to be capable of great
VVilling, energetic and always ready
to listen to reason: the boys all know
him and call him a good sport, which
is the highest praise that a boy can
give. He will do everything that
is in his power to do for anyone. He
knows just what you mean when you
try to explain something, and under-
stands YOII. If you want help he is
the one to whom you can go and you
know you'll always find a friend in
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Dean of Girls, English
JOAN or ARC
"She is led by goodness divine,
She pleases, nor ever tries to shine."
VVho is more helpful to the girls
than Miss Cox? No matter what we
want done or what questions we want
to ask, we find our way to Miss Cox's
office, where she meets us with a
pleasant smile and ever-ready help-
fulness. If you are late you go to
her and if your reason is good she
will give you an excuse, which means
you won't have to stay eighth period.
No matter how busy she is when you
come in. she will put her work aside
to give help. She is the Dean of
Girls and we surely are proud of her
and love her.
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FIRST ROVK'-I.l'2FT TO RIGHT
K. ADA MASKREY
".-ls a frivnil she is true as the sun,
And hw' frivnds are many."
MRS. LUCY B. RICH
"Sho is good, .vhc is mvrcifnlg
Hvr heart is kind, it .veenisg
Shi' hax all thc regal making.:
Of a trni' Qncz'n."
FRED C. BOHANNON
"Hc'.v a 'walking 1'ni'yClo'0dia,
A category all by hinzsclfl,
And Inf-'s widc awake, active,
MRS. FLORENCE SHELDON
"Har modf-.vt union,
Her yrarvfnl air,
,Slnozv hqr :vixv and good
Ax shc ix fair."
I.. L. HUNT
"Hr gatlivwd hi.: fvisdonz
From all rorncrx of thi' earth:
.Yozv tht' L'no1s'l1'dgv liz' doth imfiart
I.: vquallcil hy no one in this nni1'z'r.rc.
SECOND ROWI'-I,EFT T0 RIGHT
A. C. ROBERTS
"A strong mind,
A grvat heart,
A trnc faith
That ever docs its fart,"
Industrial Art.-r, Band. Orchestra
"Day by day, in ovary way.
I-le's getting lic-rlrr and batter and better."
MRS. GEORGE C. GALE
CAPT. Ev,xNcs1,1Nr: noon-I
"Her thought is dc'vf'cr
Than all .vpc'ccli.
Hcr fooling deeper
Than all thought."
"Rogui.vh looking follow,
Dvlwcrar of thc. fair,
Always pralnfit in duty,
A .vnnlzvam c:'or'.v':c'l1crf'.
ANNA M. NELSON
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"Har modest looks
A cottage might adorn,
Sweet as a firimrosc
Pctping 'nvalh the thorn."
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Com me reial
"D'.'ll'fGglIUPl and he
hlust need be lain.
For he never troubles trouble
'Till trouble troubles hin1.'
LOUISE A. BURTT
'll'hen this dainty Person leaps to life
lie 'wish that we were rnernzaids, too,
Gliding 1.-ith her gracefully through
The slzimniering, glistening foal."
JOHN YV. GILLESPIE
".-ls true as the skies are blue,
A more loyal friend
To Galeslvurg high school
The fates eonldn't send."
ll'itl1 a nature zinsffoi ed
Alna' nnblemxshed bx art
ll ith a generous soul
a kann noble hear
O I ABBOTT
His mind is likened
To a ziisdain store
But still this human being
Keeps on laarning more and more
SECOND ROIh'+I.EFT 'ro nmnfr
MARTHA L. RODMAN
"A sunny disf1ositiun
ls the very soul of sureess.
But itfv nie: ta he nafnrgl
llvlllfll you're naturally nice."
DUNCAN K. BLACK
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"l'nn knee deep in daisies.
And head our heels in lot'e."
"She stands a friend within our midst
I-law easily doth she win nur hearts:
'Tis as if that raseal Cupid
Has been shooting us full of a'arts,"
L. VV. HUNT
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ROSA BONIIICVR IIELI-IX WII.l.S
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DOLLY Y. SMITH
"Sim sfuqx, and 'all thc' day is glad.
ll'ith llylzt and Joy and uf-:'vr aught tl1al'5
FRANCES E. VYILLARD
"Her aim ix-
I-lor goal is-
"Sha is tlzc' orchid,
In our garden
Sho hath broken sturdy lIl'0l'lS."
"ll'ith lmr hair
Of dearest lzrozvn,
She .has fame, we lenazv,
Of far renown."
EDXVARD E, JENNINGS
"ll'c likr him lwcause,
Altliongli oflvn .vccn and seldom liuard.
It',v all rigfllt with liim
If :Tx all right 'with Ilia rcxr of flw world."
SECOND Row-LEFT 'ro IIIGIIT
"No malfvr what 5Ill7-lf'L'f
Hi: clmusvs to comnicufu,
He adorn: if hy
His sflvudid vluq11c'urv."
"Her ciirlx arv more galdfn
Tlian thc tr'f',v.ws of tlm Irvvs,
TZL'I'J1l?lII1j1 lilac' lmauix of light
In the gvnilv, airy l1ru0:v."
FLORA E. LAMB
"Tlio' we search the :world ul: ax
Svldani do tue mid Q3-
Tliis Tory L'lI1Il'IHlIly mauucr -
.-Ind a brilliant miuil.
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"HC fammf nu' flu' fll-f.fS
The 'zuwrld l7l'lHfl.Y.'
I! mnunt ylirv him auyflfinyf.
I-Iv your and glctx if."
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Our faculty this year was composed of sixty members. Miss Cox, our Dean ot' Girls, will
always be remembered for her fairness in dealing with the girlsg but a few of us will also
remember what a wonderful vocalmlary she possessed. Mr. Quick, our Assistant Principal,
and Dean of Boys, was known for his wit and good lmmor, by which he gained favor in the
eyes of all. Miss Oswalt, better known to us as Eileen, was school treasurer, with her we
associate our well-known instructor, Mr. Damberg. Onalee freally Miss Fowlerj, came to
us soon after school commenced. XVe'll never forget how cute she looked and acted at our
Hi-Y Kid Party. NVho were those two teachers who used to claim around together a lot dur-
ing seventh period? Oh, yes, Mr. Abbott and Mr. Aldus. And remember those new men
teachers this year who we thought were new students at high school? XVhy of course you re-
member Mr. Lovett, Mr. Hackett, and Mr. Hayes. And then there was the teacher who
used to go with M r. Blair last year-Mr. Gardner. Remember the parties he and Miss Noble
chaperoned? Mr. Black chaperoned some of them, too. Didn't we make 'em pay, though,
at the box supper? Of course we'll never forget Mr. Landon, the one who could do every-
thing from repairing organs to leading the band and. orchestra and teaching manual training.
And Mr. Holt-didn't he have a scholarly look? He surely knew a lot about history. Mr.
Robertson-he certainly had a cute wife that he brought to all the games and mixers. He
was clever, too, especially in the assembly that he and Miss Smith gave. Mr. Jennings was
the man with the logical mind. He was a good debate coach, too. NVho was the man with
the big voice that led singing? Oh, yes-that was Mr. Turner. Mr. Bohannon was another
of our noted teachers whom we expect to become president or something great some day. He
did look sheepish, though, when one of the great seers at the Hi-Y Do-Daddy told him he
was a hen-peeked husband.
Of whom do we always think when we think of season tickets? Oh, yes! Mr. Brooking
and Mr. Fuller. Mr. lVatters is another one on the athletic board. And Coach Gillespie, the
man with the great oratorical power. lVe sure think a lot of the coach! Then there was
Mr. Crawford, who gave us dates-for our parties, that is! Mr. Hamilton was new to us
this yearq we certainly thought he would be hard to "cut up" with, but he wasn't. Of course
you remember dear Mr R0llt'I'tS--WilSIllt he fine? Miss Barrer too, would be hard to for-
get, especially because of the plays she coached. Miss Irvine was the one who went to
Europe in the summer, and had such interesting things to tell us. And then another of our
faculty was Miss l.ind-we'll always think of her as one who had great elocutional power.
Miss Miller was the little quiet teacher who looked like a cute little high school freshman-
and Miss Roberts, too, who came to us in January. Miss Morris was another interesting one.
She and Miss Millard make us think of domestic science, and all such things. Miss Morse
was that nice teacher who had such pretty clothes. And then Miss Nelson and Mrs. Sheldon,
whom we always associated, because they were so sweet and motherly. Miss Olson and Miss
Olds are two that always chum around together. Miss Maskrey the one who puts on such
cute assemblies. Mrs. Rich doesn't put 'em on but she sees that they're done, and that's
about as bad. Mrs. Gale is the one who can teach anything at all, and teach it well. There's
one teacher everyone seems to like-that's Miss Hoagland. Miss Stuart-the one with the
' pearly teeth. There's a reason, like Instant Postum-sh! She's engaged to a dentist! Mrs.
I Thompson-she always reminds us of the school library, where we spend so many interesting
hours of study QU. Miss Volk surely can teach Math.-and she's pleasant about it!
-Ji- And so is Miss Rodman, the one with the Eastern accent. Miss Spencer-let me see!
5,5315 Oh, yes, she's the one with the cute little smile. Miss Grigsby and Miss Parrish were two
of our young enthusiasts who are boosting for G. H. S. And then we have two who are
,V l always cheery, who could they be but Mrs. Hattcn and Miss Lamb? Mr. Maki is a teacher
ff-7 5 who came to us last January, and has blessed this school with his presence for a year and
Cifj 3 a half. Mrs. Nelson-dear mel She taught lots of things too! And last but not least comes
t 51 2 Miss Atherton, our art teacher, who certainly has put the artistic atmosphere into this
if I ,gb school.
frqjjg Miss Burtt is the gym teacher who wears her clothes with the air of one who knows how.
'J 75 Mrs, Cowan is our famous beauty-they say she's good to her lmsband though. Mr. Hunt-
FN the one we call "Double Iffwill we ever forget his seventh period study hall? And Mr.
Alexander-wouldn't you feel proud, too, if the government paid part of your salary? Miss
Lamb surely was a sweet teacher and not only that, but she was always bringing cute little
1' ' 'iff I.atin stories or verses to class to make it more interesting, who says I.atin is a dead language?
K--N J' 'Fu 'I'hey say that all these dignified personages had a party one night, and imitated a circus.
'Y . .lust imagine what different animals there would be! Oh, but wouldn't we have liked to be
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Prclcorama Literary Society. lfresimlent, Secre' Franklin Debating C'lub. Vice-President. Secre-
tary. Treasurer, Monitor: Assembly 1-72-Zig Ciirls' tary. Monitor, Assembly: lloys' iilrhvl lland -l:2-
llj-Y: .Xdvisory Representative: REFl.EcToR Statifg 24-45 Orchestra 3-41 "C'ook and the C'rookg" "Smihn'
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H"u5l' Treasurer: Advisory Representative 243 Tflilllgllilll' '
Debate 45 REFLECTUR 4: Assembly 4.
ELIZQXBETH BAXBCUCK '
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"Relief-1-a of Sznniylfroolr Farm." ' "C'aptain. of the Crew."
'.-Xnalotos.Literary Society. Assembly 4: Girls' Ling-0111 Debating fluh' 11,-esidemy YiC,3.P,-cgi.
Ill-X1 Advisory Representative I. dent: Advisory Council 4: Class President :2-49
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visory Council: 'Class Secretary 4: REFl.i5c'Tuk NIURIEL AIQDERSON
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JANET BOTTS CHARLES JOHNSON
"Innocence Aboard." "Grit A-plenty."
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eil of Quincy High School. Budget -lg Club Basketballg Triple Debate, alter-
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Treasurer, Secretary, Monitor, Assembly 43 Girls' Lincoln Debating Club. Yice-President 42 BOYS' y
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Glee Club 2433 Three T Debate, Leader 45 Debate
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'fThe Lady of the Lake."
Analotos Literary Society. Vice-President. His-
torian. Assembly 4: Girls' Ili-Y. Treasurer: Uku-
lele Club. Vice-President: Budget Stall' 43 Basket-
ball 1-2-3g Advisory .Xssembly 4.
SECOND ROW'-I.Ek'T TO RIGHT
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Franklin Debating Club. President. Secretary.
.Xssemblyg lloys' Hi'Y, Inner Circle: Advisory
Council 241 Boys' Declam. 43 Triple Debate 244.
Hand I-244-4g Orchestra 43 "Cook and the Crook."
"A Maid of the W'est."
lilizabethan Literary Society, Vice-President,
Prokorama Literary Society, .Xssembly 35 Girls'
Hi-Yg "Cook and the Crookf,
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"The Little French Girl." X
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President, Assembly 4: Girls' Hi-Y: Girls' Glee f 5
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"The Little Minister."
Lincoln Debating Club, President: Vice-President
of Sophomore class: lloys' Glee Clubg "Polly NYitI1
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Boys' Science Clubg Budget, Mechanics Stat?
"The Reckless Lady."
Home Economics Club, President, Vice-President:
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Budgvf Staffg Track Manager 4.
"Faith and Patience."
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Franklin Debating Club, Treasurer.
"A Royal Gentleman."
"Lady Audrey's Secret."
Ifome Economics Club, Treasurer: Girls'
Girls' Glee Club.
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Literary Society. Assembly 4: Girls'
Glee Club 4g .Xdvisory Assembly 4.
SECOND ROW-LEP'T TO RIGHT
"Luck of the Irish."
Progressive Club. President, Treasurer, Sei'-
geant-at-Armsg Girls' I'IiAY3 Budget StaH, Typist'
"Her Very Best."
Twentieth Century Literary Society, President.
Vice-President: Girls' Hi-Y: Budget Staltg Girls
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"Jlarl-'wi I'1f1'.vo11aI.,' "A Son, of Lilmrfyf'
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"The Boy with an Irina." GRACE SELBX
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Irligjzabetlxalm Literary Society, Illstoriang Girls'
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Vjqiff VIRGINIA GIBBS RAYMOND ANDERSON
.tg if "Little Wnnwnf' "Slow and Sure."
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"Little Dorritf' "Doing His Beal."
Home Economics Club, Secretary, Reporter. In Oakwood High School 2g Football, Basketball.
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"A Face Illuminedf' 'tAdz'enture.v in C'onfenfment."
Lanrians, President 3-41 G'rls' Hi-YQ Girls' Glee Boys' Science Club. Secretary: Boys' Hi-YQ
Clubg Club Play: Three T Debate 3. "Ivanlioe."
RQBERT MITCHELL C XTHERINE YEI MGREN
"The Story of an Honest Man." in ' U
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2-3-4. Girls' Hi-YQ May lfete 4.
FRVXNTCES COWDOY ir
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.Xdvisory Council' 31 Intramural llaskethall 3:
Manager "Polly xxilth .1 Past."
,I FRANCES REYNOLDS
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.L-Q67 .Xiiriliitfis Luverztry Society, Secretary, Assembly
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Art League: Girls' Ili-YQ Girls' Basketball 2-3.
tain of llusketlmall 3-4.
"The IJI'll1l'08S Passes,"
Prokorama Literary Soeietyg Girls'
Glee Club Zig Operetta Il,
"A Rose in Bloom."
Tri Mu Club, Monitor: Girls' lli-Y.
Twentieth Century Literary Society, Treasurer
Monitorg Girls' Ili-Y.
Boys' Glcc Club.
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"The Magic of a Voice."
Girls' Science Club, Monitor 3-4: Glee Club.
Council: Girls' Hi-Y: Operetta 3-4: Glee Club
Concert 4: Rnruicrok Staff 4: RET-I.EcroR assembly.
"The Gilded Man."
Lincoln Debating Club. Treasurer: Boys' Hi-Y.
Secretary: Triangular Debate, alternate 4: Budget
Stal? 4: USITIIIIIIV Through."
"Rose and the Ring."
Prokorama Literary Society: Girls' Hi'Yg Girls'
Glee Club: "XYild Rose."
"The Last W'ord."
EDITH STIL IxLh
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President of Sophomore Class Tumor Class Play
SECOND IIOVV-LEFT T0 RIGIIT
Boys' Science Club, Treasurer, Assembly: RE-
FLECTOR Assembly 2.
"Lady of Laughter."
Gettemy History Club. Vice-President.
Sergeant-at-Arms: Girls' Hi-Y: Girls' Glee Club 4
"The Happy Man."
Lincoln Debating Club, Secretaryg Basketball 3g
Home Fconomics Club Treasurer Cirls HiY
D XLE JOHNSON
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"Thr .fII1PI'il'!IlI' Sporlxmau." "The Hext Fellow -in the lVorld."
Truck 2-34-43 llaskvthall Zi-43 Ifuothzifl 2-23-4. Lincoln Debating Chill: Nuys' Ili-Y.
MILDRED JOHNSUN RL-TH MORGAN
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I'rukm'an1a l.it4:1'a1'y Society, Ilistorizm. Asiem Ci,-15' IIi.Y,
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Girls' Science Club, President, Secretary, Treas-
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Girls' Ili-Y. Inner Circle, Yice-President5 Senior
Class, Girls' Treasurerg Budget Staff 45 Triple
Debate 3-45 Debate Board 45 llig Nine Debate
Team 45 Final Club Debate 45 Advisory Council
35 Basketball 2-3.
H AR RY HARTLEY
Iloys' Science Club.
"A Lover of Truth."
Analotos Literary Society. Treasurerg Girls'
Ili-Y, President 4, Assembly 45 Advisory Coun-
cil 35 Triangular Debate, Leader 31 A. L. S
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cil 45 I'ootball 45 Track Manager ii.
Analotos Literary Society. Sergeant-at-Arms.
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. "The Lucky Lady."
Elizabethan Literary Society. President. Secre-
tary. Sergeant-at-Arms. Assembly 45 Art Clubg
I-I. S. T.: Girls' Hi-Y. Vice-President, Inner
Circle 3-45 Advisory Council 4: REFLECTOR Staff.
Assembly 45 Girls' Basketball 1-2-3-45 Triangular
Debate, Alternate 3, Leader 45 Big Nine Debate
45 Ukulele Club.
"The Right Princess."
Elizabethan Literary Society. President. Vice-
President. Assembly 2-3-45 Girls' Hi-Y, Inner
Circle 45 Yice-President of Senior Class5 liditor
ct' REI-'LECTOR5 Student Council 35 Secretary 4:
Club Debate Leaderg Rig Nine Debate. leader: Girls'
Glee Club 2-3, Assembly I-25 REFLECTOR Assembly
4: Advisory Assembly 45 Christmas Assembly 255
Operetta 15 "XYild Rose."
ANNA MAE HARTONG
Elizabethan Literary Society, President. Vice-
President, Historian. Assembly 2-3-45 Girls' Hi-Y.
President, Inner Circle 45 I-I. S. T.5 REFLECTOR
Staff 45 Assembly 45 Triangular Debate 45 Rig
Nine Debate. alternate 45 "Clarence" 45 Operetta
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"An Original Bellrf'
"A musing Graz-ff."
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Franklin Debating Club: Boys' Hi-YQ
Staff 43 Orchestra -lg Triple Debate 3-4.
"An Ambitious lVoman."
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A Daurfhter of Today
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Roosevelt Clubg Debateg "The Travelers."
Literary Sccietyg Girls' Ili-YQ
Associate Editorg Triangular De-
"Pair of Blue Eyes."
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"An Impwrial Loz'vr." "Swept Rose of Diwivf,
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In the fall of the school year, a meeting of the Senior class
was held, and the following ofiicers were elected: President. Jack
Murphyg Vice-President, Marion Christyg Secretary. Ernest San-
deeng Girls' Treasurer, Helen Staggsg Boys' Treasurer, John Clay.
Under their efficient guidance the Class of 1927 have enjoyed
a very pleasant and profitable year.
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National Honor SOC19t9
Galesburg Chapter Established. 1927
This year marks the beginning of a society in the High School which is entirely
different from any other in existence. This is known as the National Honor Society.
As its name suggests. it is a nation-wide organization. There are five lnlndred and
thirty-five active chapters and over sixteen thousand members.
Membership in the National Honor Society is based upon four things-scholar
ship. leadership. citizenship. and service. Scholarship is required. for only those
in the upper one-fourth of their class are eligible. From this group are chosen
thc fifteen per cent who rank highest in the other three qualities. Thus from the
two lnmdrcd 12 A's. thirty are chosen from the fifty in the upper one-fourth of the
class. Also tcn per cent of the 12 and five per cent of the ll Ais may bc chosen.
subject to being dropped if they should lose their place in the upper one-fourth in
The society tends to heighten the standard of school leaders by providing
some definite goal to which to work. The type of competition that it provides is
considered healthy and beneficial by prominent educators the country over. Many
colleges. in recognizing the benefits of such an organization. even give preference
to applicants who are members of the National Honor Society.
Galcsbnrg High School is to be congratulated on getting this here. as also is
thc flass of 1927. which furnishes the charter members. Those chosen for member-
ship for 1927 are:
MRMBICIISHIP ROI.I. FOR THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Galesburg High School. 1927
12 A's Moore. Evelyn
Abrahamson, Delores RYIICV- Omill'
Adcock. Louise Sandwn- hl'm'5t
Anderson. Muriel Stassw Hfilml
lit-L-lim-l Iiogn Swanson, Ruth
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4'-jd fhristy. Marion llffd- Mdrlftt-1
ffcgj' Flay. John llzesterburg, Carl
dig, Qmgg' .Ianl-t White. Ruth
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gif,-D if Goff. Mabel 1 1 K'
,gf Griffith. Phillip 11 AS
Gustafson. YValter Christenson. lidith
f Hall. Dorothy I,ewis. XValter
JVJCH, llartong. Anna Nlac Mc-Bride. Pauline
Qqxqffg Johnson. c'lHlI'lf'S McI,aughlin, Inez
Q' f"f'i,J Johnson. Lenore Nelson, Leonard
T7-sg' l.evenc. Paul Ncwkirk. Bonnie
CL: if McNeil. livelyn Schlaf. .Icnnie
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Published Just For This Year
SENIOR R EVCE
Back in September of 1923
positively the biggest bunch of
greenhorns that were ever al-
lowed to enter the Iligh School
doors were found wandering
aimlessly around the halls in
G. H, S. They were under
everyone's feet and in every-
one's way and after quite an
uneventful year these people,
for I guess by the end of the
year they could be called
people, were beginning to feel
more at home and realize just
a little more what they were
doing. The next year came and
with more improvement added
to these same people, they were
ready to pass through a suc-
cessful third year. .Xs Juniors
they really had more to do in
the school life and took part
most actively. Then came the
fourth year and by this time
they were ready to fill the
places as dignified seniors and
to enjoy the privileges given
to seniors. The class thru all
their High School years can be
called peppy and loyal to all
1Vhat the seniors may turn
out to be is undoubtedly quite
certain, with such fully devel-
oped celebra Cbrainsj they will
most surely be most brilliant
men and women in the country.
Kings and Queens will beg their
presence in their courts and the
President will seek advice from
these worthy personages. All
in all, the world will be at their
A 'ro.xs'r TO MR. YOUNG
Some of us Seniors have
been with Mr. Young through-
out our whole I'li0'h School
career and those who havej
played fairly with him have
received in return sincere
friendship and most helpful
guidance. So let's go seniors
with a toast to Mr. Young and
drink to his health and hap-
Jack Murphy '... ,...... l 'resident
Ernest Sandeen ,..... Secretary
Helen Staggs .,.. Girls' Treas.
.Iolm Clay ........... Boys' Treas.
SENIORS, THE CLASS
The Senior class of '27
once more will bid adieu to
all their underclassmen and
to all their teachers too.
Quite often we'll look back
again to the "good old High
School Days" and think of
those we met in classes, and
those we saw in plays. Of
those upon the football field.
Of basketball and track.
And then of times I'll bet
we-'ll wish, that we could all
Loyalty is something we
all must have to get even to
first base in this big world
of ours. 1Vhen we say
loyalty we do not mean only
in your school activities, but
loyalty to your friends as
well. To be loyal in small
things is but the foundation
to that characteristic of
loyalty which we must all
have to accomplish our goal
throughout life. No matter
in what occupation you may
indulge, there must be a
certain amount of loyalty
connected with your part or
work. First, be loyal to
yourself, to your friends and
work, and country.
A XVORD TO JUNIORS
To you who soon will
take our place. we Seniors
wish success in keeping up
our sehool's good name.
XVith victories to excess.
If ever we may be to you,
A help in any way,
Please use us just whene'er
1Ve'll help most any day.
A XVORD TO FRESIIIES
Each year the school doors
open for a brand new fresh-
They're all so scared and timid
like and green as greenest
1Ve pass them by unnoticed for
they never make a sound,
VVhen they know some upper
classman might be hanging
They study hard and get good
grades, the most of them, you
And we're proud of everyone
of 'emg they someday praise
The 1927 football team time
and again proved their worth
to those of G. H. It takes
lots of practice and grit to go
out in a lake of mud and fight,
fight, fight, for the name of
Galesburg High School, but
Oh! Boy! They surely did do
Galesburg High has had two
fast quintets this year. The
first team certainly could "strut
their stuff" when it came to
shooting baskets and as for
the ponies they were up and
coming too, and we are bank-
ing a great deal of confidence
in their work for 1928.
Everyone knows what we
could do in track. It's hardly
necessary to say what our
team could do and what they
did at Kansas and all over. 1Ve
hope that when some of these
senior track men are gone the
others won't lose hope and die.
Debate is where Galesburg
shines. 1Ve took first place
this year in the Big Nine. 1Ve
get in practice through our tri-
angular, triple and two "T",
so work hard Juniors and
Sophomores, and see that you
keep up the record.
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.X FICW ltl'1.XSONS WIIY SOME l'l'l0l'l.l'l .Xlll'l GltAlJUA'l'lNG:
I'at Ilehscher --.Xhsolutely nothing more to learn.
ltosy Scottf .Xhl Because she craves the stage.
ltuth Xfhitef f'l'o edit the Trihuue.
ltalph McWilliams- -To have time to connnune with his soul.
Jane llardy' To get somewhere l'll he appreciated.
Mart Sandburg f-llecause they won't let him stay.
llugenia Bowles- To open a dancing school.
llot Tanning- To hecolnc a second llosa Bonheur.
ltosa Becker- All-rand opera is waiting for her.
Delores .Xhrahamson-She can't leave Clmck.
Marietta M'ecd Just to he in style.
Lowrance Butcher- 'l'o hecome a great orator.
Carl M'esterherg-To solve the crime wave.
Iiill Jencks--To avoid emharrassment.
Muriel .Xnderson-Y-fShe knows too much already.
Corenne Swanson-To save gas.
Omah ltyner-The climate is not good for her health.
Amy Conger- A.Xll work and no play might make her a dull child.
llelen Staggs-To make friends with the whole world.
Don Peterson- His work is done.
Philip Griflitli-f-f'l'o help the farmers.
Gene Zendt-The teachers need a rest.
Preston Ivens- To advertize stacomh.
John M'ilson-To race a snail.
George l,oquist-f-'l'o give some college a treat.
Joe Mcliricle-HIle's tired of arguing.
Carl lsaacsonfffo make his name as a second Caruso.
Tonnny M'illis-To toot his horn in the world.
M'ilhur Mackey-Ireland calls him to sell Ilot Tamales.
The Secretary of the Interior
M'ashington, D. C.
Dear Mr. Quick:
In answer to your letter, I am sending promptly news of the progress our town here in
I'tah has made in these first ten years. I am so glad we know each other, so that this let-
ter won't have to he written in too formal a way and I will he ahle to tell you exactly what
has heen done. You would he surprised if you could see all the people who were in the class
of 1927 in Galeshurg High School that have come way out here to Utah and have helped
huild up our little town.
Do you rememher Brice Landon? Ile was always pulling jokes in high school and
making everyone around him laugh. Ile is our sheriff, hut he has certainly changed and is
just the opposite of what he used to he
g his stern and strict ways make him fill his position
l very efficiently.
' The llealth Department is headed hy Mr. lirnest Sandeen. If you rememher him and
he his immaculate, perfect ways it will he easy for you to understand how perfectly he fills his
2, position. .
fy-A The head of the fire department is Chief Johnson. To have you rememher hnn, I need
L49 only mention his first name, Arthur. If it hadn't heen for Chief Johnson, a fire we had three
K 'yu l years ago might have hurned down quite a lot of the stores. lle was quick to act and checked
fy, 3 the fire with the loss of hut one store and part of another oflice. The store was a gift
C -55 3 shop helonging to l.illie M'all and Mildred .lohnson. Most of their merchandise was saved.
if 'J 52 They are now in a new little store and have a very profitahle husiness.
'ff MQ The hanker is Carl XVesterhcrg. You know ever since he was business manager of the
Jigga lIl'Il"l.lCC'l'0ll and had to take care of money he planned to he a hanker and he is certainly
2 'I making a good start.
Iiducation is advancing very rapidly under the leadership of Miss Muriel Anderson. I
reniemher when we were in lugh sehouol, we were dehatmg the question of a secretary of edu-
If catipntand many of us wanted Muriel to do dehate work heeause she was such a good A
f. g stu: en .
lifjzgxf K Our attorney at law is Clinton Davis and our genial postmaster is Clarence Browne.
Y All these oflices l have mentioned have heen filled very efficiently and this community
'tl' . I is growing rapidly. Very sincerely yourS.
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5. Girls, Science Club ,................ .....,
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Train Inspector-MR. BLACK
The Lincoln Debating Club opened a very successful year by
obtaining a new advisor, Mr. Black, and inducting several new
The first event of the year was the Triangular Debate. The
team was composed of the following: Clinton Davis. lllalter Gus-
tafson. Robert Maley and Ralph Johnson. Much to our sorrow we
were surpassed by both the "Lizzies" and "Annies."
In the annual football game with the Science, we defeated them
by a neat score of I9 to 0, but they beat us in basketball.
From the Lincoln crew, John lVilson represented us in foot-
ball. Bob Mitchell in basketball, and Jack Murphy in track.
By scraping our pennies together, we managed to get enough
to pay forty dollars for the new piano, which was purchased by the
clubs of the school.
VVe put on our usual pre-tournament assembly, which was in
the form of a fine-art vaudeville. As usual it was a big success.
The social events of the year were the fall and spring parties.
which were big hits. lVe also held our annual banquet at the Elks
In such manner, this successful year for the Lincoln Crew was
brought to a close. and we are looking forward to a bigger and bet-
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As we approached the house of the fortune teller. we felt that eve11 the air was
full of mystery and weird circumstances that might at any moment befall us.
lVe were ushered into a large room hung with yellow satin curtains with a deep
silk fringe of emerald shaded into nile green. The millions of tiny dim lights could
not be found and yet a soft glow filled the room. The air was heavy with incense,
and as our eyes became accustomed to the dim lights we distinguished a figure robed
in yellow. wearing a large golden crown, in the middle of which was a large A in the
same soft glistening colors as were found in the hangings. The mystical one was
seated on a high throne in a huge chair of green and yellow gold. the back of which
nearly touched the high cleverly draped ceiling.
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her invitation we gazed into the crystal globe which she held and beheld in wonder
and amazement the changing scenes.
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them rapped upon a table and they came to attention. Someone passed out paperg
what could they be doing? Voting of course-and for club officers. 'Who would be
the new president? Oh now we know, it was Dot lVallace.
Now the lobe clouded and the scene chanfred. Yvhere were we now? Oh. ves,
in the recreation rooms. lVhat on earth were those girls doing? And all the rest
were laughing. Now it dawns on use-this is induction.
Again the scene changed and we were back in the club room on the third floor
of Central. lVhat good times were spent there! They were planning something
new and different. A party? No, not exactly. Oh yes-the annual Annie Post-
Exam. Jubilee. My. what a time we had that night! lt certainly was a riot.
Balloons. confetti. serpentine, whistles. The noise was deafening. and the music!
King's Seven surely outdid themselves that night.
Then came another election. Jean Colburn was the new president.
Now the scene changed to the recreation rooms again and we saw clever stunts
and songs given by various Annies. A
In the future we could see another new president. tl1e last senior president of
the year. And plans bing made for a Spring party. And here we caught our
breath. for a lump came into our throats-the Senior Banquet. and everyone saying
goodbye to the senior girls.
And we too must then say goodbye to the fortune teller. But we could see the
Annies all over the world doing great and good things, achieving success because
long ago in G. H. S. they had learned to be Invincible.
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Vice-President ......... CHARLES JOHNSON HAROLD SCIIROICDICR CHARLES CLARKE
SU-rgmry ,,,,,,E,,,,,,,,,,. GAYLE BIATHERS IJONALD PE'rERsoN XVH.L1AM CAMPBELL
T1-ensure, -,,,,,4. ,,,E,,,,,, B RICE LANDt3N IJOXVRANCIG Bl"l'l'IIl'IR CHARLES LITTLE
SFlYl'gl'lllIf-Ilf-ffV711-S'..PAUL JONES EARL HAINES PAUL .IoNEs
This year the B. S. C. began like a lamb and finished like a
The first business of the club was to select a new advisor to
fill the place of Mr. Black. Mr. Gardner was chosen.
At the very first meeting a challenge for a football game was
received from the Lineolns. VVe accepted. but were not so success-
ful on the field of battle. In our Triple Debate we were not much
more successful, losing in our triangle to the G. S. C. But the fact
that we placed several men on the athletic teams. besides one on the
debate board, makes us feel that we have not been such an uncon-
As the year progressed we began to gain momentum. In
basketball our team won from the Lincolns by a 28-8 score. In
social affairs we held two very enjoyable date parties and in con-
junction with the G. S. C. we sponsored a box supper, fthe first
held in G. H. S. in many ycarsj. which was said by those present
to have been one of the most enjoyable social events in years.
This year the B. S. C. came forth from its dramatic retirement j
and presented two one-act plays in assembly. But our biggest sue- 8
cess came in the field of school projects. lVe gave a cup for the ix
club winning the final triangle in the inter-club debate. IVe gave
our share toward the new piano. And finally the two Science clubs, tl f
Boys' and Girls', presented to G. H. S. an Electric Scoreboard. gl sr
Thus we feel that we have set almost all lines of club endeavor X
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G. S. C. SHIP
Pilot-Miss Dolly V. Smith
Captains First lllafe Second fllafe Third Nlafc
HELEN STAGGS BIARIE BREcKEN1sIAKER RV!-ILYN BICNEAL F.VELYN FOLGER
RIARIE BREL'KENhIAKER AIARIETTA YVEED HELEN STAGGS DOROTI'lY HALL
DOROTHY HALL BIARIETTA XVEED JEANETTE HEWW'ITT DOROTIIY BIGGS
Flag- --Scholarship and Character
The good ship G. S. C. has had a very successful course during the year of
'26-'27. Much credit is due the pilot and captains, but the sailors are the ones
who made the ship strong and the course an easy one.
First of all, our ship sailed the "Sea of Debatingf' winning the triple debate
and thereby gaining entrance iIIto the canal of "Final Club Debates." The G. S. C.
vessel finished second ill that race. Our ship was well represented iII the great
waters of "Big Nine Debatef' with two sailors of our ship exploring these waters.
The social events aboard our ship were not neglected. The Fall Party on
December -1-. was a huge success. It was held at the Girls' Gym, with decorations
of buff and orange. Rach person present registered his name in the Girls' Science
The sailors threw aside their dignity and had a "Frolieking" time at the kid
party held in the Girls, Gym, November 6.
The good ship G. S. C. together with the B. S. C. ship sponsored a new kind
of a party, kIIown as a box supper.
The anIIual spring party was one of much enjoyment aIId pleasure.
An operetta. "The Indian Princess." was another one of the entertainments Q
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The last social function of the year was the anuual senior banquet. The older 5
members of the crew departed with Inuch regret. These lIoIIored slnp mates received Q"
their club diplomas and the club debaters were ll0IlO1'Cd with debate emblems. gi 4
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201. Besides this project the Girls' and Boys' Science Clubs worked diligently to- '
ward another goal, larger than ever undertaken before, and reached it. The electric
score board and time keeper for basketball was presented to the school by oIIr or-
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Chief Gardners .........,, ,,,.. D OLORES ABRAll.NlNISON, RITTII VV:-LITE, LILLIE YVALL
Assistant Gardners .,...... ........, R UTH XVHITE, LILLIE VVALL, HELEN hICCi0WAN
Marygolds .................., ......, I ,ILLIE XVALL, IDOLORES AnRAuAMsoN, Doms BIILES
Pansies ,,....., ......,.. D OANE DAILY, Sionm Gl'S'PAFSON, RUTH XVHITE
Petunias ...... ..... H ELEN NELsON, ERMA ABRAHAMSON, HEI.EN INNES,
SYLVIA GILLARD, ROSE RIELTON, ILAH RUTHERFORD
THE LEGEND OF THE FLOWERS
On November fifth. several of our ramblers went to the office to see the YVild
Poppy. They talked long and pleaded with dew filled eyes. The result was The
Frolic of The Flowers.
All was put in readiness before hand. On the afternoon of November twelfth
the four o'clocks decorated the big garden for the party.
At eight o'clock the Howers came. There came the Brier Rose with Jack-in-
the-pulpitg Black-Eyed Susan with Bachelor Buttonsg Tulips with VVill oi the VVisp,
Blue Bell with the Cypress Vineg Sweet Lily of the Valley, and the gay Morning
Glories came in all their splendor. Pussy willows, Violets and Dutchman's Breeches
And over it all presided The YVonder Rose, guardian good spirit of the Flowers.
and her companions. the Chrysanthemum, the Carnation, the VVhite Lily, and Sweet
During the evening the flowers drank of the fabled ambrosia. All was gaiety.
The black and white background contrasted with the brilliant profusion of flower
girls and boys.
But Father Time is relentlessg he moved on unheedingly, and the hour came
when the Howers must leave the garden. So ended The Frolic of The Flowers, all Q
in happiness. S
Before the holidays the flowers held sales at which their friends availed them- ggi?
selves of their renowned candy tuft. . I '
Then after Christmas was past the flowers and friends from the neighboring bfi
garden of Franklin, bethought themselves to give a play, in the great hall of the 8 F
kingdom. And little Annie Moore, the Count, and their companions were favorites 0? X
of their friends. 9 5
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nearby towns and gave their performance again. and again applause greeted them. And the flowers rejoiced. and wished that joy might come to all their friends I
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The Agriculture Club
First Semester Second Semester
Presideni ,.....,.... ,v..., N EIL RIC'I'l HALSEY BIILES
Vive-President ...., AA,.,,, H ALsI:v BIILES PAUL CARLSON
Secretary ........... .,,,,, P ACL BICCQUEEN RAYMOND ANDERSON
Treasurer ...,......... .,.,I,, R AvIIoND ANnIf:IIsoN PAUL MCQITEEN
Program Leader ..... ,..,,,, K rIRGIL ODIJAN X7IRGIL ODEAN
At tlIe first meeting of tlIe Agriculture Club for tlIe year 1926-27. the club
made a drive for membership and some of tlIe members talked on club activities for
tlIe coming year.
The club began early iII tlIe year to plaII a Father alld Son Banquet, which last
year was voted an alllllltll affair. It was held last year for tlIe first time Hlld proved
to be quite a success. This banquet was held April 29.
A seed corII testing project was adopted by tlIe club as a means of raising
money. A play was another activity sponsored by the clIIb.
Early iII tlIe year tlIe club voted to purchase a set of agriculture reference
books for the library. Before this project could be carried out, tlIe books had been
purchased by tlIe library committee of the sehoolg hence it was decided to use tlIe
money toward tlIe purchase of a piano for the school, a project undertaken with tlIe
co-operation of all the clubs.
The club also raises money to help defray the expenses of tlIe judging teams
which take part iII the judging contests held at various times.
Summing llp tlIe year's work, it can be said that tlIe Agriculture Club has en-
joyed a prosperous year. May 1927-28 be as good a year as 1926-27.
The Agriculture Club stands for-
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Laurian Literary Society
iVithin this world there is a country known as Galesburg High
School. In this country are many cities, some large and some small,
each with its particular interests.
Among these cities is one inhabited by the Laurians. This
city has its own modern form of government. electing its premier
and chancellors. This year the premiers have been Omah Ryncr
and Frances Carlsong the chancellors, Bernice VValberg, Lucille
Dunn and Edith Christensong the scribes. Virginia Minnick and
Gertrude Cutlerg the ministers of finance, Evelyn Chapman, Blanche
iVard and Bernice lValbergg the ministers of justice, Bernice Wfal-
berg. Marguerite Erxleben and Verla Cain.
Play as well as work is required in a successful cityg all the
strangers or newcomers must be made welcomeg so the first of this
year they were welcomed at a social gathering in the form of a
Kid Party. Another social gathering was a party given for the
Sports are also a main feature. A debate was held between
the Laurians and the Tri Mus. The chief speakers were Edith
Christenson. affirmative, and Marguerite Erxleben, negativeg they
were assisted by Frances Carlson, Pauline Yvilliamson, Lucille Dunn,
and Blanche ivard. The Laurians, who were victorious in this
event, competed with neighboring cities, Elizabethan and Girls'
An assembly was given for the entertainment of the other citi-
zens of this country.
Toward the close of the year a delightful dance was held at
the Gym. The last event of the year was a banquet to bid farewell
to the senior citizens of this city, who go out into the world to seek
their own laurels.
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lvlary Gettemj History Club
Advisor-Miss Ina Robinson
President ,,.,..,,,,.. 4,..,, F 'RANGES FARRELL
Vice-Presidmzt ..,,,.,,.,. TI'IELlNlA JOHNSON
Secretary ..,.,,...... ...... E TIIEL BIOORE
Treasurer .,,..O.,..,,....... CONSTANCE FRENCH
Sergeant-ai-.Jrms ..,.,. IQATHRYN DAXYSON
ZVIonitor ..,,......,.......,,.,, HELEN APPLEBY
Budget and REFLECTOR Reporter-Kathryn Dawson
The Mary Gcttemy History Club was four years old in January of this year.
It was named for Mrs. Mary Gettemy, who was the principal and a teacher of his-
tory in the high school for nineteen years. beginning in 1876. She was highly es-
teemed. by all who know her, for her earnest. successful work.
It is our purpose. as it was hers, to cultivate an interest in the study of history,
for it is our belief that in history is found "inspiration for the present and hope for
the futurefi Following this lead. we have adopted a permanent project of helping
to furnish the school library with magazines of historical content, such as Asia.
Current History. the VVorld's lVork. and the Literary Digest.
Our programs are of course of a historical nature. but are much enlivened by
humorous contributions by members, and by our monthly paper, the Sputterbox.
Among thc social events of the year were a Hallowe'en party, a Christmas party.
a Valentine party, and the annual banquet in honor of the seniors and alumnae.
lVe are confident that this club will continue to grow and further the purpose
for which it was founded.
"So as we yield to inevitable Age
And take our place on History's page,
lVe leave to those who yet are here
The work we've carried on this year."
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The Franklin Debating Club
First Semester Second Semester
President ..,...,.,,., ..,.,. Y VILLIAM JENc'xs ERNEST SANDEEN
Vice-President ...... ....,,. I OI-IN CLAY PAUL DEVORE
Secretary .........,.. ...... P AUL DEVORE RUSSELL BERIQSTHONI
Treasurer ....,,.....,,............ ...,.. C ARL XVESTERBERG CLIFFORD KIDDER
Clzairvnan of Programs ..,........,.. ERNEST S.-XNDEEN IJONALD STEYVART
The Franklins began the most successful year of their history by winning for
the third time the scholarship cup.
November 19, the annual Founders' Day banquet was held at the Galesburg
Club. On this occasion several friends of the club and alumni were present.
In the annual Triple Debate our negative team, composed of Donald Stewart,
leader, John Clay and Carl VVesterberg, defeated the Boys' Science affirmative team
2 to 1. Our affirmative team met with reverses, however, being defeated by the
Girls' Science Club negative team, 3 to O. The Franklins were VVilliam Jencks. lead-
er, Russel Bergstrom, and Leonard Nelson.
lVe presented jointly with the Prokorama Literary Society one of the best
assemblies of the year. Miss Maskrey and Ernest Sandecn wrote and directed the
play entitled "The Cook and the Crook." Because of its popularity the play was
presented in Knoxville and several other nearby towns. The money gained was
turned over to the school for the purchase of the new piano.
The Franklins entered a team in the Intra-club basketball tournament. Gales-
burg's representative in the Boys, Declam. was a Franklin member, VVilliam Jcncks.
The Franklins contributed a valuable member to the Big Nine debate team, Leonard
Nelson, and the business managers for both the REFLEf'TOR and the Budget, Carl
lvesterberg and John Clay. Leonard was also Galesburg's representative in the
Big Nine Extemp. contest.
The annual spring party this year was the most successful that the club has
The closing of the school year of '26-,27 saw the Franklin Debating Club in-
creased in membership, scholastic standing, and extra-curricular activities.
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Tri Mu Club
President .....,........ .. ... B LANVIIIC PiI:'ricP.soN
I'ice-President ........ ...... E DNA BIAE BIARSHALL
Secretary .....,..,.. ...... I s.xB1cLLE ERICKSON
Treasurer ......., ....., X IioLi:'r .IonNsoN
DIOIIHOI '... .......... . . ...,.. JENNESS S'r1f:wAnT
Sergea ll I-af-.el rms .,,..w
Ladies and Gentlemen, the subject for debate is, Resolved: That the Tri Mu
Club has had a successful year. I of the affirmative will uphold my side of the ques
tion by two main points.
The first is that the weekly meetings in room 2-1-0 have been of great interest
and a success under the leadership of Blanche Peterson and our advisor. Miss Volk.
The programs have given us pleasure and we learned many things from them.
The first semester we had talks about the different states in the United States and
the second semester we had a continued story and our club paper, The Tri Mu
Weekly, which told of many interesting events and doings of the year.
Our project and sales have been successful. All the clubs are having the same
project this year, buying a new piano for the school.
The social affairs have helped make this year the best year of the club. The
first of the list was the induction hike at Lincoln Park. In the latter part of October
we had our annual Hallowe'en party.
Our debate team was as follows: affirmative. Virginia Borg. leaderg Violet
Johnson, and Louise Dyke. The negative consisted of Blanche Peterson, leader
Eileen Craig, and Garnet Buskirk.
Christmas came along and we entered into the Christmas Spirit by giving
the Salvation Army.
A new semester began with another party for the new members, about Valen
Ive gave a play to Lower Form. March 3, entitled "Miss Nonchalancef' The
characters were as follows:
Mrs. Granger ..........,. ,......,........,,.,...,,,.. ,,,..,,,,,. J e nness Stewart
Lilv, 16 .... I . . , . , I .Isabelle Erickson
Celia, 12., If "-" "'." H er ddugllttm """' ""4' I I ,,.. Vernice Dossett
Eliza Morris ....,.. ........,....,,..,.......,. ......,,............ I 1 ia XVhite
Edna Morrison ...,., .,,., ,,,,,,,,,A,,,, E i leen Craig
Emma M0rriSy ............................. ...... .......,...,.,,.,... B l anche Peterson
Anna, Mrs. Granger's cook ,,,,.,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. Goldie Lofburg
Ive had a date party in the latter part of April.
Last but not least we had our Senior Farewell Banquet.
I will close now by saying that this has been a most successful year for the
Tri Mu Club in both the weekly meetings and social affairs. I thank you.
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The Boys' Collectors Club was founded in 1923 by a
group of six or seven boys. It has increased in membership
until now it has a well organized group of over twenty boys.
and as a major club in Galesburg High School, has enjoyed
a very prosperous year.
The club at the beginning of the year had a very fine
project worked up. but willingly gave it up to help purchase
a piano for Galesburg High School.
CLCB BASKETBALL 'TOURNAMENT
The Boys' Collectors Club has charge of the club tourna-
ments and each year awards a trophy to the winning club. At
the end of five years the trophy is to be given to the club
that has won the tournament the most times.
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of the year in the girls' gym. "A good time was had by all." is
and the members look forward to many more good times.
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Home Economics Club Alphabet Book
H-is for happiness which is the thing that the club has had during the
O-stands for the officers who have worked diligently.
First Term Second Term
President .......,..... Zephia Ross Lenore Jolmson
Vice-President ,.., ..........,.,.,............ ....,. Z Q 'pllia Ross
Secretary' ,,,,.,,,4,,,, Hazel Engman Vivian Bowen
Treasurer ,,V,,,..4,,, .Maxine XVatts Helen Fourmont
M-is significant of the meetings in which there have been very entertain-
-is for the enterprise for which all the club members had to work hard.
This year it was helping to pay for the new school piano.
E-stands for the entertainments at which a good time was had by every-
1-Fall Hallowe'en Party.
2-Spring Party and Banquet.
C-is for club as a whole, known around school as "Home Economics Club."
-is for our old members, who have had to work during all their school
years to build up this club.
is for new members who will work, we know, to make it a bigger and
-our advisor Miss Millard, whose advice has helped us through many
M-mentls served to different organizations around the school.
1-Girls' Hi-Y Supper.
2-Annual Ag. Club Banquet.
1-is for ideals, etc., which every club haslto live up to, and so it is with
C-stands for character which all the members have striven to develop.
Put them all together and you will discover why the Home Ee.
Club has had such a successful 1926-27.
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The progress made by the two Hi-Y Clubs this
inarkahle. Both clubs carried out their purposes of
throughout the school and community.
past year has been quite re-
extending Christian character
The two advisors. Mr. Bohannon and Miss Cox, did much to make this a worth-
while year for the Hi-Ys.
Under the able guidance of the following officers. the boys' club carried on the
President ,,,,,,.,...... ..... I Donald Peterson
Vice-Presidnnt ...... ....., I Srice Landon
Secretary .......i,,,,......,....,.....,........... Carl IVesterberg
Treasurer .i.v....il.......,,.......,.............. XVilliam .Iencks
The Boys' Hi-Y sponsored many activities this year. One of the most important
was the Knox County Older Boys' Conference. Others were a joint meeting of the
Hi-Y clubs of Monmouth. Abingdon and Galesburgg and an alumni banquet held at
Christmas time. Then, too. the induction team went
conducted their ceremony. Those on the teams were
IV. .Ienc-ks. IV. Sipes. C. IVesterberg. and E. Sandeen
D. Stewart. K. Gunther. R. Mitchell, H. Malthy and
The annual Mothers, and Sons' banquet was hel
The Girls' Hi-Y oflicers were:
President ..,,....,w,.... ., ...r. ....... Anna Mae Hartong
Vice-President ...r.. .,,,,. P Ielen Staggs
Secretary ',..,....,,,, .,., , ,,,, ,.,, ,,,,. I D 1 Jrothy Hall
Treasurer ...l..................................... Kathryn McClure
The Inner Circle for both semesters was made
to several nearby towns and
: First semester, D. Peterson.
g second semester, B. Landon.
d May 12.
I Louise Adcock
up of the president. and M.
Christy. R. XVhite. M. Lindberg. E. Mc-Neil, .I. Craig and H. Staggs.
At Christmas time the Girls' Hi-Y donated a gift of money to charities. Charity
work has been successfully carried on by the Boys' Hi-Y through the Y. BI. C. A..
under the direction of Mr. C. C. Bailey.
However. all of their work was not of the serious
for a "Kid Party."
The Boys' Hi-Y in order to raise money to car
Hi-Y "Doo-Daddy." It was held in the Recreation
and fascinating to those who attended.
type, for the girls found time
ry on the good work. gave a
Rooms and was entirely new
One of the beautiful parts of these organizations lies in the impressive induc-
tion ceremonies that each club ives to iled fe the new
ceremony is based on their purpose. which is "to create.
members into the club. This
maintain, and extend through-
out the school and community. high standards of Christian Character.
These two clubs are the onlv two clubs in school that have any part in develop-
ing the spiritual side of the students' life. This idea is carried out in the weekly
programmes. which usually start with a reading from the bible. and an inspirational
address. the remaining part being spent in various kinds of entertainment.
The influence of the Hi-Y is being felt more and
more throughout the school.
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At last the eventful day had arrived-the day of the Triangular de-
batesg the event for which the debaters of the three clubs-the Analotos.
the Elizabethans. and the Lincolns had been so faithfully and earnestly
In room 201, on December 15, the Lizzie affirmative team debated
the Annie negative. with the result of 3 to 0 in favor of the affirmative.
In 223 the Lizzie negative debated the Lincoln aflirmative and in this
oratorical battle the judges' decision was also in favor of the Lizzies, 2
to 1 for the negative. In 123 the Annie aflirmative met the Lincoln nega-
tive, and the judges returned the verdict of 2 to 1 in favor of the Annies.
The Lizzies then, as a result of these debates. had 5 pointsg the
Annies, 29 and the Lincolns, 2.
Another annual event of our school year took place December 17,
when the Triple Debate, between the Girls' Science Club. the Boys'
Science Club, and the Franklin Debating Club was held.
In room 107 the Franklin affirmative team encountered the Girls'
Science negative team, with the result that the boys won one point and
the girls two points. In room 223 the Girls' Science debated the Boys'
Science with the same result as the aforementioned debate, two points
for the girls. and one for the boys. In 123 the Boys' Science affirmative
debated the Franklin negative. and judges' decision was 2 to 1 in favor
of the Franklins.
The Girls' Science gained 5 points, the Boys' Science 2. and the
Franklins 2, thus making the girls the winners of the Triple Debate.
Laurians and Tri-Mu
The second debate was between the teams of the Laurians and the
Tri Mu Club. The Laurians were the winners. getting four points, while
the Tri Mus got 2 points. Thus the Laurian debaters took part in the
final debates of the year for supremacy in the school.
ONE HUNDRED THREE
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This your for the- first time, :1 fourth debate was held lDClZWi'Cll
thc- winnors of thc three' debates, to dvcidc which was thc- winning
tram of tho wholv school. -
This final attempt on thc- part of thc- dcliatvrs to gain distinc-
tion for thi-ir c-luhs took placc- Deccnihcr 21. Tho Lizzie 11e'g:1tivc-
tc-:im dc-lmtm-d thx' Girls' SC'll'llCl' :iliirrnativc ill Room 107. with a
cle-c-isio11 of 2 to 1 ill favor of the lll'g'JltlVC. The Lizzie af'l'irm:1tivv
:ilso cle-fratcrl tlu- I.:1uri:111 111-gativc' by a 2 to l doc-isio11. And the
Girls' Sc-im-111-0 was :ilso victorious ovm-1' thx- I.JllIl'i3Il aHi1'm:1tivc. hav-
ing Il doc-isioii of 2 to l.
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of thi- Cllllhktllilt of having the winning' clvl1:1tC tcnms. Thi-y had
NL points. tha- Girls' Sciexicc had 3 points. and tho I,:1u1'i:111s 2 points.
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Tryouts for the Debate Board were held December 223 gg
anyone in school could try out, whether he was :1 debater or gx
not. Sixteen were chosen to uct on the Board and from this
number the Big Nine debate teams' were selected. This is l! ,
the second year that wc have had such a Board, and it has S 6
proved to be :1 great help in training debaters to represent 6? AN
our school. FQ
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Onee upon a timeflefs see, I believe it was Mareh 17, l927gthe most thrilling thing
happened to us. The Big Nine Debates were held. To be sure it was exeiting for those de-
baters, but for the audienees it was more than that, it was a breathtaking experienee.
ltemember when Mr. Jennings hauled the atlirmative team, bag and baggage, over t0
Canton where they were to knoek those Cantonians off their pereh? The funniest thing was
that he took Lowranee Buteher, Marietta Vt'eed, Janet' Craig, and Graee Egan along. Now
anyone knows that Lowranee is bashful enough, but surround him with girls like that. VVell,
that's enough to keep any man from talking! Maybe Buteh didn't talk so nmeh before de-
bates, but we all know that he surely did his best in that debate. You see he had been saving
up all his forensie power. Now Marietta and Janet had a reserve supply, so they were able to
eare for themselves when the time eame
The ehairman stood up, serious like, and after a few preliminaries, said, "My friends,
the question for debate this evening is, Resolved. That a department of edueation with a
seeretary in the president's eabinet should be added to the exeeutive departments of the United
Janet bouneed forward with all the foree of a eannon ball and gave the team a grand start.
Ilowever, at this point we nmst not forget the Uantonians in the desire to eover ourselves
with glory. Vt'hether it was beeause l.owranee was kept in silenee by his feminine eompanions
or whether Marietta and Janet had used too mueh of their reserve supply before hand, we
lost the eoutest to good old Canton.
,Xt the same time, baek
having the same grand tight
neither one alone nor both
The one exeiting molnent was the one when the eritie judge, Dr. Garwood, of Maeomb,
said, "And taking all into eonsideration I have deeided in favor of the"-Oh hours passed,
then 'V negative." A roar, a thud and a million students were on that platform.
.Xfter the average of the pereentages, Monmouth was deelared vietor with a seore of 90
per eent. while old G. ll, S. eame in for seeond with 89.5 per eent. It was rather a disap-
pointment, but let's go, dear old G. ll. S., there are many more years yet.
home here in Galesburg High Sehool, the negative tealn were
with Monmouth. However, Marion Christy and Helen Staggs,
together with their ability to gab, eould ever keep Leonard
ONE HUNDRED SIX
Donald Kennedy, leader, Dorothy Tennery, and Robert Maley. But much to their
dismay. the debate was pushed ahead three days. which caused frantic exclamations
to be uttered, because that meant a general assembly ahead of time. In the assembly
which was called on April 19, for the purpose of introducing the team to the school.
Mr. Gardner, who deserves much credit in training and preparing such a debate
team, described the work of the debaters.
'With the growing' enthusiasm and support of the student body. it is to be hoped
that in the future Galesburg will make the Sophomore debate a leading interest in
the school year.
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Big Nine Declamation Contest
Rosanna Scott rcprcscntcd Ualcsluirgr High School this year in the Big: Ninc Girls' Dc-
clainatory Conti-st. Ilcr sclcction, "l"ivc Sct Forth in a Fog." took fourth placc.
Molinc won first placv with "'l'hc Man on thc Kcrhf' East Moline st-cond with "Clarenccg"
and licwancc third with "INlcrccdcs."
'gr rcprcscntatirc in thc liig Nine lioys' Dcclaniatory Contcst was Xviilllllll
.li-ncks, who also won fourth place, with "You Nt-vcr Can Tc-ll." ticncseo won first placc with
"Nunihcr 6:0 Rock Island sccond with "'l'hc Man and the Song." and Moline third with
liosy and Bill arc hoth seniors this ycar, so will
not havc thc opportunity fo rcprcscnting our school
.Xftcr Junc 9, wc shall sec thcsc two "st-t forth
in a fog," as all graduates dog wc hopc thcy will
hc vi-ry successful in their collcgc carccrs, and
Qtliough "yon ncvcr can tcll"j thcy prohhaly will hc.
Our rcprcscntativc this ycar in thc Big: Nine
lixtcniporancons Uontcst was I,conard Nclson. who
took fifth placc. llis suhjcct was Farm Lcgisla-
lion. G1-ncsco won first place. Molina- sccond, and
ltock Island third.
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Ruth XVllil6 John Clay
It has been said that the life of an editor is monotonousg the same thing over
and over each day. The person that made that statement certainly never edited a
high school paper. No doubt it would be true if one did not have a lively staff to
help. The staff, including editorial, mechanical, and typists, deserve much credit
for the faithful work they have done. All have done their part in making the paper
of interest to all.
The advisors. Mr. Black and Mr. Damberg, have co-operated with the staff and
have helped the members to carry out their purpose, which was to make tllCHI3lldgl'fU
the students' paper. This has been kept in the mind of each one as he or she wrote
To the subscribers. advertisers, and contributors we wish to say 'iThank You."
YVe only hope that you are as well satisfied with our paper as we are with the sup-
port you have given us. RUTH lV1nT1-2.
A Word for the Budget Heads
All who know Ruth. will agree that she is as peppy. clever. and dependable
as she is friendly-in fact. she is what we would call "mighty nigh perfect." She
is a leader whom we delight to follow.
John. the business manager. is another like the editor-ready and capable to
do the things asked of him. Because of these qualities, he has won for himself popu-
larity with both teachers and students.
Together. the two have put out a fine school paper during 1926-27. and we wish
to congratulate them upon the success they have achieved.
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Carl XVe-slerbcrg Marion Christy
As you wander through our Garden of Memories, we ask you to think of it
not as something that you will enjoy today and forget tomorrow, but rather as some-
thing you will enjoy always, and never forgetg for the Garden of Memories blooms
eternally. It has been our aim to give you something that will bring you joy in years
to come, and mean even more to you then than it does now. Unless we have done
this, we have failed in our purpose.
The REFLECTOR this year is different from those of other years in many ways.
The main new feature is the Junior section, in which the individual pictures of the
class of 1928 appear. In addition to this, practically every section contains some
directed "Clarence," Ruth lVhite, Isabel Terrill, Helen Staggs. and Urvin Rundle cl 1
as reporters to our book. The members of the advisory council took subscriptions 2 ,
and collected payments for us. thereby helping to make the book a financial success, 8 '
as did also the "Ivanhoe" cast. 0? X
The whole office force gave us their hearty co-operation in all that we did. F6 9 5
Of course we can't say enough for Miss Maskrey, our advisor. and if we could.
she wouldn't let us. But let's just merely mention the fact that we couldn't pos- as
sibly have done without her. Q
However, these are not the only ones who helped the staff. Every subscriber '
to the Ri-:FL1-:cron has given us support, and we appreciate it. W
YVe have worked hard to make for you this Garden of Memories. but if you N
enjoy strolling through it as much as we enjoyed making it for you. we shall feel ,5-
more than repaid for our efforts. 7'
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Static in Room 122
To all those who don't already know it l'm going to impart a bit of knowledge.
Adjoining room 122 there's a little "den," the cutest little place. but ah! the hard
work that's done there! 'l'hat's the bit of knowledge.
Three weary souls are seated upon the one chair and two tables the room oifers.
They are Ruth lVhite. editor of the Hndgetg Helen Staggs and Mable Goff, associate
editors. Helrn and Mable. Ruth's standbys and helpers. do a little bit of everything.
.lust a word as to a part of the editor's work: she writes all the head lines, looks
over every article before it goes to the typists, Ruth Swanson and Louise O'Donnell,
who are always assured of being able to read them. Then she looks over the articles.
before they go to the mechanical staff. which is composed of Carl Anderson, Gordon
lfolgcr. Dale Johnson. and Earl Dawson. After the articles have been printed. she
reads them once more and corrects the mistakes, Quite a job!
.lohn Clay. business manager. now joins the trio. .Iohn attends to the money.
advertisements and all business details. In fact. he's a sort of a man of all work.
Then in comes the sport editor, none other than Gail Urban. the fellow with
the writing ability. "Say." he says, '4wasn't that game hot? lVhere's a pencil? I
want to write it down before I lose half the good points."
"Oh. Ruth." calls some one, "where are you? Can some one help me with this
editorial? I just ca11't get it done by tonight. and that's dead line. too."
"He-re. I'll help you." says the ever-ready Helen. "It's too bad yol1're not an
encyclopedia. Kate McClure. then you'd always get those editorials in on time.',
"Say, l've got all the clubs written up-on time for once." says Lenore Johnson.
"That's nice. come help me find some good jokes. since you have-n't anything
to do." answers Evelyn McNeil. "I've read so many jokes that I'm about laughed
out. I tho't they were awfully good. but Mr. Black in there." pointing to Room 122.
"didn't like 'em."
The scene shifts to Room 122. Seated at his desk is the censor. Mr. Black.
talking to Marie Breekenmaker. who has charge of the features. Mr. Black is ask-
ing. "Are you sure that's right? It seems to me some one told me differently. Are
you certain about that. Marie?"
"lVell. Mr. Black. I think so." answers Marie.
"You can't ust think, you've got to knozeg now as I was saying---."
ll'ho is that over there in the corner concentrating so hard! Helen Louise
Anderson. and she is trying to write her exchanges.
.Inst now in walk some of the reporters. Muriel Anderson. Dorothy Biggs. .lanet
Botts. Kathryn Dawson. Clinton Davis and YValter Gustafson. "Say. Ruth, do I
have to copy my stuff over?" wails Clinton.
"Yes, you do, I can hardly read it anyhow. lvhere are the rest of the report-
"Here we come," says lVillard Sipes. "and say. I'vc got some of the swellest
news tips you've ever heard." Behind ll'illard are Charles Johnson, Brice Lan-
don. Donald Stewart. Kathryn Stitt and livelyn Moore. the rest of the reporter
gang. "Say. Mr. Black. what do you think of this? asks Brice."
"XVliere's Lowrance Butcher?" asks Ruth. "he's never here on time!"
"VVliat do you care. he always picks up a lot of news on the way. Here he is
"Now that you're all here." says ltuth. "I'll give you your assignments for
next week. so that they'll be in on time and Be Sure They Arelu
And There You Are.
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An excellent performzinee of ai clever operetta. given by the Junior choruses
under the direction of Mr. Turner.
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"As successful as ever" well describes this year's band. There were many new mclnbers,
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Much credit is due to our baud for the successful football and basketball seasons, for
the bandinever failed to be present at all our honu 'unts, to pep up and cheer on the tealn.
The band went to the football game at Macomb and did nmch to make it a good gaine.
The band played for many other events, including a street parade and meetings of vari-
ous clubs of the town: but the crowning' event of the year was the concert given at the Plaza
Theatre on .Xpril lirst.
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'l'lu'ougrh the untiring' work and zeal of Mr. l,andon the band has accomplished much in
this one year.
lt may he said that Galesburg High school has, in the truest sense of the word,
experienced one of its most successful seasons, successful, perhaps not in the number of
public appearances, but in that far more satisfactory manner of having: obtained a standard
of excellence not common to orchestr
measured best by audiences and applause.
as composed of so young a group. Success is not
lhe prune tactor in the accomplishmeuts of the orchestra is, as may be supposed, the
leader, Nlr. lioy Landon. Ile is to be eonnnended not only for his choice of concert works
but also for his tireless and unstinted efforts in his
indeed fortunate in having in its facility so capable a director.
The orchestra rendered its services at the plays
school and appeared at Lombard in chapel exercisis
senior play and commence!nent.
training of this group. The school is
given by various or,2'anizations of the
Q it also furnished the music for the
On Friday, May 13, at the Plava Tlvcater,,the annual concert was given. The program
was one of merit, including the "IVlorningr, Noon and Night in Vienna," hy You Suppe, and
the "Dance of the Hours," by Poncliielli.
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Girls, Glee Clula
The Girls' Glee t'lnb, with fifty members, has done lunch during! the past year towards
the development of music appreciation in the high school. There is nothing remarkable about
this fact when one considers the excellent director and the talent in the club.
Notwithstanding this, the fact that the club has succeeded in doing something beneficial
would be sntiicient cause to give praise. .Xu 't " .'l
tion within our school.
s 1 IS uc sionld be grratefnl for such an organiza-
lhe appearances of the club during! the year were successes. Their singing before the
lower form was greatly appreciated. The most notable of their appearances was that con-
sisting: of the Indian numbers given in costume at one of the Parent-Teachers' Association
meetingrs. .Xmonp the nmnbers given at this time were "By the NVaters of Minnetonka," by
l.ieurance, and the "lied Skies," arrangement of the "l.argro" from the "New XVorld Sym-
phony" by Dvorak, and "l"rom the I.and of the Sky lilue Waters," by I,ienrance.
Doris Miles' faithful work as accompanist was always of great value to the club.
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Boys' Gi... Club
The Boys' tilee t'lnb, under the capable direction of Mr. Turner, has sung: for the mem-
bers of the lower form on two occasions in the past year: ami their success in singing for
one of the l'arent-Teacln-rs Association meetings could be liinlgrecl by the generous praise af-
forded them on lllat occasion.
l.oulse Marie Nelson was an excellent accompanist for the trroup.
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'AI sink-I sink down down down through ze green water."
"You used to lay daisies on "Fine-I Have you
her t0ll1bSlZ0I'lE'.H got the king?"
Of course we all remember "Polly lVitl1 a
that the Expression Department presented at th
Past." the comedy
e high school Janu-
ary 28. lVllCl1 it was over everyone rushed to the stage door to
congratulate the actors. They deserved all our praise. too, as did
our excellent director, Miss Barrer. Mr. Crawford. the business
manager, also had much to do with the success of the production.
Clay Collum .............., ...,...... E dwin Maltby
Harry Richardson ..,.,... ...,,......... E ugene Zendt
Polly Shannon ...,.... .....,. I' 'lorenee Michelson
Rex Van Zile ..,..... ...,..... C 'harles Clarke
Myrtle Davis ......, ,.,... D orothy Eastberg
Mrs. Davis .,....... ...... H arriett Davidson
Stiles ,,,,..,.,,,.,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 "rank Potter
Mrs, Van Zile .........,,....,.... ,,,.,.. Y 'irginia Hinehliff
Commodore Bob Parker ...... ..,.,.. C 'arl lVesterberg
Prentice Van Zile ....,,........ ............. P aul Jones
A stranger ............. .e.ee,..,e..,.4.. I ess Bogne
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"Oh, look at him. papa! 1sn't he VVONDERFUL?"
"I do think Clarence is "Just get your things
a poetic name." and get hack."
"Clan-nee." sponsored by the RE1+'LEf"fOR Staff, was one of the most successful
and clever plays presented this year. It was a four-act comedy presented by a cast
chosen from the Expression department.
Francis Leighton, as Bobby VVheeler, and Anna Mae Hartong, as his sister.
Cora, were unusually good. The two together vividly portrayed the petty quarrels
of brother and sister.
Clarence. an ex-soldier, seeks employment from Mr. iVheeler and because he
learns so much of the family affairs in the ofhce. where the entire family are wrang-
ling, Mr. lVheeler puts him to work at his home, doing almost anything from tuning
a piano to acting as a plumber.
Cora. Mrs. YVheeler QGenevieve Morrisj and Miss Pinney finally become i11-
terested in him. Della. the Irish housemaid, who is going to sue Bobby for breach
of promise because he has kissed her and caused her sweetheart. the butler, to be-
come angry with her, falls deeply in love with Clarence, forgetting Bobby and even
her butler friend.
Finally Cora, who has once supposed herself in love with Hubert Stem, a grass
widower. forgets him and pays attention to no one except Clarence.
Matters go from bad to worse, for no one really knows his name. Each mem-
ber of the family misunderstood it when he told it, except Cora, who didn't even
think of him as having any other name besides Clarence. Thus many heated argu-
On revealing his name, which, by the way, was Smith, it is discovered that he
is a famous entomologist. In the midst of the confusion Clarence receives a letter
announcing his acceptance in a laboratory, and much to the surprise of everyone.
it is announced that Clarence and Violet Pinney are soon to be wed and that Bobby
and Cora are to be sent away to boarding schools.
The butler. Ernest Sandeen. and the Irish housemaid, Della, Ruth VVhite, though
playing only minor roles. took their parts well and entered in several humorous
scenes. Elizabeth Babcock, as Miss Pinney. played her part as governess to Cora.
as a somewhat spiritual person to whom Bobby looked up, and finally as Clarence's
fiancee, very well indeed.
Louise XVest as Mrs. Martyn was very efiicicnt and business like. Francis
Mayer-Oakes was a good Hubert Stem. And Charles Clarke as Mr. W'heeler was a
stern but very human parent.
The REFLECTOR Staff wishes to take this opportunity to express to Miss Btll'FCxl'
its sincere appreciation of her work in directing the play and bringing it to such
a successful ending.
Mrs. Martyn .......
Mr. iVheeler ........
Mrs. YVheeler ......
Bobby YVheeler .....,
Cora iVheeler ,.....
Violet Pinney ,.,,..
Hubert Stem ....,,.
...Anna line Hartong
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The Senior play of '27 was an actual, honest-and-truly love story.
The heroine of our love story, Kathleen, played by Anna Frances Rogers,
had many lovers seeking her hand, but the lucky one was Kenneth, Don-
ald Stewart. Although he isn't very big in stature he certainly can dis-
play a huge warm heart. and as a hero in a love story he's immense.
Yvillie, another of Kathleen's suitors, was played by "I"rannie" Leighton.
It's hardly necessary to say how he took his part, for Frannie is just
a natural born actor.
lve might call these three characters the modern triangle, because
we must distinguish some way from another triangle in the play. This
one took active part, supposedly about forty years before.
The heroine of the early triangle was Moonyeen, played by "Rosy,'
Scott. As an old fashioned girl Rosy is a "wow," She is killed by the
villain Jeremiah lVayne, alias Paul DeVore. Wle hate to think of him
as being so hard-hearted, but he certainly can play the part of a villain.
The hero this time is John Carteret. John for "Chuck" Littlej is a heroic
lover. but John gets old in the first and third acts and when he grows
older Ernest Sandeen takes the part. Old John is often encouraged in
the first and third acts by the spirit of Mooneyeen. This tragedy that be-
fell Moonyeen was on her wedding eve. Some of the guests who had
come to help eat the wedding cake were Dolores Abrahamson, Marie
Breckenmaker, Grace Metcalf, Clinton Davis, Charles Johnson and
One of John's sympathetic, understanding friends was Owen, who,
like John, became an old man in the first and third acts. As a young
man Owen was well played by lVillard Sipes, and as old man by Charles
Clarke. Gwen and John are usually found playing checkers. their favo-
rite pastime, and occasionally do they lose their tempers-especially
John-and take up that very expressive method of swearing.
There are only two more characters needed to complete the play.
Ellen, the housemaid. was played by Lillie lVall. To this sympathe-
tic yet peppy part, Lillie just belonged., She too had to take a part in
which she was old woman in the first and third actsg not a wobbly. rheu-
matic. complaining person. but quite the opposite-spry and peppy.
Mary, the sister of Moonyeen, was portrayed by Corenne Swen-
song while this part wasn't so long as the others, it was important and
Corenne was just the one to take it.
The play was given June 1 and was a huge success.
ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-NINE
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All Aboard! for the Assembly lixeursion Train.
XYhat! you don't know what it is? XVelI. eome on and find out. Toot Toot! here we go.
Stopping so soon? XVbat's this, a station? Yl'hat's its name? Oh! Pep assemblyg what'S
it like? liveryone oft to see the entertainment. XVhat's all the yelling about? Oh, lid Maltby
and YYalt l,ewis are leading us in some new yells, with the help of some of our girls in sehool
eolors. NYhat are all those fellows? Football men. IJon't they look husky! I'd hate to fight
I almost missed the train that time. YVhat's the next entertainment? A play by Miss
l.ind's advisory. l.et's see who's on the program. An adventuress, a house keeper, a maid,
an aetress and a gypsy. XVasn't it eute and exeiting? I hear the next entertainment is to be
given on the train, so let's Imrry.
It's the Boys' Seienee Club giving a play based on an April-Fool joke. It's so eute, I've
read it. It's about a girl named Fannie, who a horseman and an undertaker think is a horse.
Her father thinks they are trying to marry his daughter instead of buying his horse. It's
really very funny, when they find out it's a joke.
Ilow C0lIllC2llQ and wou!dn't you just know that it's a burlesque of the play "Ivanhoe?"
It's so funny. but really I got a lot of literary information on Ivanhoe.
NVQ' are to go in the foreign part of this town to see the next one given by Mrs. Thomp-
son's advisory. Oh! what a beautiful velvet hook, with eunning pages to open it. Isn't
the boy good looking? Sh-h-h-hSIt's Gale NVatts. VVhy all the Countries are represented
in eostume. I'in glad they have more than one of the C. S. ineluding the modern girl.
lVasn't it just adorable? I'm beginning to like this idea, it's so mueh fun to stop at eaeh
Station. All Aboard!
Crash! Bang! ! X'Vhat's that? Oh, we've had a wreek on the desert, and what's that
party coming? VVhy, it's the ltr-:r'I.l4:1."l'oli Staff assembly, hunting for the wondrous book, the
MRI-Il"I.ICL'T0ll.u Isn't it spooky and exeiting? and l-o-o-k-there's a ghost. They've found the
mummy with the hook and brought her to life. Isn't she darling! Iiurry, hurry, the train
.lust look at the eotton fields. YVhy are we stopping? Oh, it's the filming of "Cnele
Tom's Cabin," hy the I.. I.. S. Club. Here-'s the first seene, where they are whipping Cnele
Tom. Isn't it sad? And now in the seeond seene Eliza is fleeing aeross the iee. Look! the
blood hounds will only go to the edge of the boxes. Isn't it eomieal? This is the third
seene and Iiva is aseending into heaven. VVhat a Catastrophe! Some one let go of the rope
and Iiva landed on the ground. No wonder people laugh.
.lust listen to the Urehestra assembly, will youg isn't it Hne? All ahoardfGraeious! we
saw three whole assemblies here in Dixie.
XYe are going to visit a hoarding sehool next to see "The Truth for a Day." It's by Mrs.
Iiatten's girls, who haven't gone home for the holidays, but are Celebrating by not telling
falsehoods, but we all know f?j the fairer sex, and hy evening everyone has told at least
one. It is absolutely adorable.
Someone has lost her pearl neeklaee! It's the "Cook and the Crook" by the Franklins and
Prokoramas. Thank goodness, they found the pearls, but have now lost their daughter to
the deteetive in marriage.
Iiveryone off for the Lineoln I're-Tourney Assembly. Isn't it just a red hot quartet,
and are not the janitor and his sweetheart a seream? The hero surely is having a thrilling
time adrift in mid-oeean. l't'Si'lllllgL' that beautiful girl. XVill they die? No, they are saved by
a ship. VVeren't you seared stiW?
The Band is giving a programg isn't the musie line? Time for the train to leave.
XYhere are we going? YVhy everything looks like doll houses. YW-'re in Toyland and
the Lizzies are playing the parts of dolls. Aren't they the sweetest things? They're giving
real money to Mr. Young for the library. XVho would have thought that dolls eould earn
money? l.et's get aboard the traing l've a seeret to tell you.
Sh-h-h-h Mr. Crawford's advisory is on the train, and maybe they'll sing for us. Real-
ly they are talented that way. I told you they would. VVho are the "girls?"
XY:-'re in a eollege town now, and the I". D. C. boys are going to give us a sample of eol-
lege life. They think the brush man is his unele. XVhat will they do now? Oh, it eame out
all right, I'm so glad.
Aren't you getting sleepy, traveling so mueh? I.et's get haek on the train. XVho are the
old-fashioned girls in sueh an old-fashioned garden, with their old fashioned beaux? It is Miss
Nohla-'s and M rs. ltieh's advisory. Can't they danee and sing like Southern Belles! That was
I.et's drop into "The Corner Drug Store" run by the Ag. Club and the I.. I.. S. It's really
a eute plaeeg they had some trouble about it, beeause the ones that owned it wanted to get
married, but didn't make enough money, so they sold it to a rieh old man and made a fortune.
XV1-ll, we're on the train again, and I'm tired after so many stops and enjoying so many
kinds of entertainments. Guess I'll go to bed, but he sure to wake me when we reaeh the
station ealled "Vf!l'llflfIII.H
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Harry Smith 1-arm-d the distinction that few Galvsburg athlctvs hcrc have- cvvr
ac-llivvc-cl: that of making lcttvrs in thru' different sports. Harry madc' three letters
in track. winning tln- honor of high point man at the Big 9 mcvt at Molina- last vcar.
His spc'ci:ilti1-s we-rv hurdling, high jumping, broad jumping and javclin throwing.
In foothall Smith In-ld thc first tvam position of right 1-nd for two ycars, also making
tln- squad in his sophomore- ye-ar. This yvar he captaillcd tha' basketball tvam, play-
ing r-4-ntvr. and was rvsponsihlc- for a good m:my of tht- points madv. Although
hu was on thi- sc-cond team last yt-ar hm- madc the- all-tournamcnt first tvam for two
c-oiism-mitivv yr-ars. And through it all hc' has hi-cn unassuming and likahlc-.
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Brookings, XValters. Hayes, Robertson
Aldus, Fuller, Gillespie
Faculty Committee on Athletics
One of the most responsible organizations that have entered
into the Athletics of Galesburg High School was the athletic com-
mittee. It was through this group of arbitrators that the student
body received such a bargain price on the activity ticket. To Mr.
Brooking. who has been financing manager of all athletics and chair-
man of the athletic committee for the last three years, much credit
On Mr. Brooking's staff was Mr. Aldus. who coached into first
place a winning advisory for the upper form track meet.
Mr. Fuller, who has been assistant coach for two years, has
been responsible for the inter-advisory basketball league and other
minor activities. '
Mr. Hayes put much of his time into thrashing out certain rules
that confronted the committee.
Mr. Robertson, better known as the "action coachf, assisted
Coach Gillespie in determining the football squad.
A great deal of credit is due to Mr. lvatters for the success
of the District Tournament.
Last but not least is Coach John Gillespie with his famous
two-mile relay team. Coach put through a good football session and
a fairly good basketball year and with his famous track men he
made a perfect track season. "lVe are hoping that next year will
be more so. Coach."
ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-THRFE
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Ilenrliieks Peterson Andrews
Student Atbletlc Managers
I The position of senior football manager was held by Gerald Schroeder
g this year. The football equipment reeeived the best eare that could have
1 iossiblv been ffiven it and the football candidates next year will miss Gerrv's
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ie Junior end of managing was well taken eare ot by Leonard Ne son.
, I Lennie worked faithfully and gave Gerry the best kind of assistance that
goal 5 he knew how. Althoufrh the senior manafrer is the onlv one to be awarded.
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613.5 Leonard deserves mueh eredit.
ff, fb The senior basketball manager for this season was Donald Peterson.
Ile took the best of eare to wateh equipment during' the inter-advisory and
'Q555 the inter-elub basketball league along with the varsity material.
E' The basketball men will have suttleient eare next year, from the looks
f" of Ralph Ilendrieks. who was junior manager this year.
A i'-ff ' Glen Andrews took in all home fames and looked after the suits. "You
kukjf 'f duh: t miss a game rlul you, Shorty!
I X liernarrl Burford was freshman manager and worked hard to uphold
-L? the freshman name. Some think he did more than his shareg but altogether
X 'al the boys' work was commendable.
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The relay team this year was composed of Gerald Schroeder, captain, Harold 5 I
Schroeder. Jack Murphy, and Everett Cederoth. Gerald has represented the school 8 4,
in the relay for four years, and Harold and Jack for the past two years. Cederoth X
is new on the team this year. and since he is only a junior this year. he will he with Q 9 X 5
us again next year. -1 f
This team won the Mason City relays, Kansas relays, relay at Knoxq they placed '
third in the Penn. two-mile relayg they won the medley in the Big Nine Track Meet 8
at Moline. and helped win the meet by placing in other events. 4 3
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not only in the state, but throughout the VVhole United States. W l
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JAM HS CONLE E-Left Tackle
Because of .lim's remarkable work last year he was chosen captain this season
and lcd the team in a commendable way. His specialty was throwing the opposing
backs for losses or stopping them at the line. His departure leaves a hole in the line
that will be hard to fill.
PAUL MeQlfl'll'lN-I,eft Guard-"God helps thc Irish"
Anyway. He must have helped this Irishman when he snatched up a stray ball
at Quincy and trotted leisurely down the sideline for a touchdown. The Galesburg
rooters were almost paralyzed with the fear that he would step outside. but he didn't.
However. he wasu't a backfield man. He was a guard and how he played it! But.
alas. he is now bidding us goodbye.
CH A RLHS C LA RKE-Left End
C'huek's long rangy build enabled him to cover all the ground required of a play-
er in that position. C'huck's ability for smashing up the opponents' play was prover-
bial and his teammates' respect for him was founded on sound principles'--light and
HARRY SM ITH-Right Rnd
Harry used his basketball and track experience to a marvelous advantage in
football. Playing center on the basketball team gave him an idea how to leap into
the air for passes and he certainly knew how to hurdle and high jump thc opposing'
interference to nail the man with the ball. He could always be depended on to stop
the receiver of L'ppie's punts.
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KENNARD KINNEY-Right Guard
"lim one of the few lucky fellows 011 the squad, because I get to play for old
G. H. S. again next fall. I enjoyed this season very much, and I'm looking forward
to next season with all kinds of hopesfi Kennard's fight and pep made him one of
this years most valuable players.
JOHN IVISON-Right Tackle
"I enjoyed tl1e Quincy game most of all because it was so mixed up. because Paul
McQueen made a touchdown, and because a little guy played against me and I could
get through him once in a while. I never let my love affairs hinder my playing. I lj
was my own master and always came home by 2 A. Mf, This was Johnnie's last 8
MAX CHRISTY-Center f
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"I would give almost anything to play another year for G. H. S.. and I would 8 '
like very much to make another football trip with John IVilson and Charles Clarke X
in Fuller's car and hear Fuller call them down again for their wonderful ability fgs 5
to swear." Max was a great aid to the team because he rarely fumbled the ball. '
XVADE HAR DESTY-Tackle
IVade played in a few games and gave an unforgetable account of himself in
them. He was a reliable substitute and reliable substitutes are very essential to suc-
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Charlie's size did not prevent him from maklng a numeral and he was one of
the peppic st of the scrubs. He backed out signals in the Alexis game like a veteran
and next year he will probably hold the regular quarterbaek position.
"I sure am glad to be baek next year because I had a lot of fun this year even
though l did get my big feet in the way and somebody used my ankle for a bedf'
, liarl was a dashing halfbaek who, in the few times he played. made every minute
L1-J I LOUIS GOOIDE-4C'enter
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.7315 go great next year as eenter. His defensive work was notable and he should make
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gli? 5 when he was in the game. His specialty also was in grabbing passes. lle will help
Zu 'nf strengthr n the baekfield next year.
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HAROLD UPSON-Right Halfbaek
"Tony" terminated one of the most brilliant athletic careers ever known at
Galesburg High, and leaves us this year after three seasons of service that will never
be forgotten. After wiping the snow and mud from his features in the Streator
game he turned in his helmet-never to play for the high school again, much to the
sorrow of the feminine hearts. "Tony's" ability to punt got the Silver and Gold out
of many tight places.
CHESTE R BROYVN--Quarterback
"Chet" began playing after the season was well under way, but his ability to
carry the ball and call signals soon earned for him the position of quarterback.
"Chet" handled this position in a strategic way, seldom making a. mistake in his I
choice of plays. His specialty was consistently fooling the opposing teams with 8
his center rush. 8
CLIFFORD ll IMBLEX--Left Halfback -'
This was "Foots' " first year and as he is only a sophomore his possibilities look Q fy
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exceedingly bright. lVhen given the ball he would dash madly around the end, 1
squirming and kicking until he had made a long gain. "Foots,' was as elusive as a 1
rabbit and about as hard to catch and no matter how many surprised would-be tackles K4 9 5
jumped on him he would always get up with a broad grin on his face. ' f
WALTER PETERSON--Fullback 5
lVhenever an eight or ten yard gain was needed most the ball was given to "Red." F
who could hit the line with enough force to carry him and the other team the neces- l
sary distance. He was the hardest hitting back we had when it came to line-plung- ,yt
ing and we are thankful that he returns next year. KF
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lVc had very little old material for a team this year. there being only four regu-
lars left from last year. Around these Coach Gillespie built a light and green team,
but they made up for the experience they lacked in fight and speed.
ive played our first game at Alexis. and after fighting to a scoreless tie for three
periods. Alexis put over a touchdown after several brilliant passes. The game end-
ing 6-0. a defeat for Galesburg.
Oct. 2-GALRSBU RG--MOLI NE
A week later a heavy Moline team ripped and slid through the mud to a 26-0
vietory over Galesburg.
Oct. 9-GALESBURG-DAVEN PORT
The next game we also had one of the Tri-Cities for our guest. lVe started out
with lots of fight and pushed the ball over for a touchdown before Davenport woke
up. But the game ended unhappy for Galesburg. being crushed by a 21-7 score.
Oct. 16--G AL E S B U RG--M ACO M B
After three defeats the team snapped out of their trance and tumbled Macomb
for a I3-0 win.
Oct. 23-GALESBU RG-ROCK ISLAND
, At Rock Island our boys held their own to a O-O score. Rock Island sure had
a tough time of it. though.
KZ Q Nov. 6-GALESBL'ItG-KRXVANRR
AE pf -J QQ The next week-end Galesburg fighting hard. went down before an exceptionally
',?ge67 heavy and fought Kewanee team to the tune of 19-6. Both teams gained Consistently,
K but Kewanee proved the stronger by holding in the shadow of their goal posts.
There remain five regulars and a sturdy squad of subs with which Coach Gil-
f lcspie may build a team wlnch we know will prove to be a tower of strength.
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"I would give ten years of my life, if I could play with dear old Galesburg High
next year. In the Rock Island game, when we were behind at the half someone said
"cm'on Bobi' and I had to answer that call. so I urged the ole gang to iight, and we
won the gamef' Bob's brilliant work as guard will never be forgotten by the Silver j
and Gold. ,
CHARLIE DICKERSON I
"If I could take any trip of last season's tour, I believe I would go to Cedar ff
Rapids, because it was the longest trip I have ever taken with any team. Yah, I ix
have a love affair, but my gal and I take time out for that." Chuck played forward
and we lose him this year in with the rest of the seniors. I f
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Center and captain of the basketball team, was one of the greatest athletes ever ' W
to don the colors of Silver and Gold. "In all of the games I played in I believe the
final tournament was the best one. The only reason I know is that it meant cham- X
pionship and my specialty is being a champ. Love affairs keep me out of practice? 55- '
Fer gosh sakes-NO Y" Harry is one of the team who will not return next year. KF'
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"Ollie" was Bob's partner and my. how they worked together. UAW! they were
all good games. but the games we won were the best." Roy will be back with the
same old fight next year.
"I.ooie" received his first letter this season in basketball. VVhen the ball was
to be handled or dribbled, "I.ooie" was there. Time after time he broke up our
opponents' plays. Don't worry-"I,ooie" is back next year.
"Swede," the guard, played a good season to the finish. "Peoria had more
thrills than any game we played. I did want our bunch to win the sectional
so bad, that I didn't know what to do. I,ove affairs keep me from practice? No!
but I left my suit home once." "Swede" will be back with us next year.
CLEM BELLI NGER
Better known as "Slim." held down the position of forward. Although "Slim"
was tall. he sure was graceful on the usleepersf' "If I was to be given a chance to
play one game out of all the games last season I would pick Davenport, because they
heat us by one point! Clem will be ineligible for the team next year.
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Galesburg Victoria .... ..ll
Galesburg Streator ..... ...... 1 5
Galeshurg Moline ..... ...... 2 6
Galesburg Quincy ...., .1-L
Galesburg ....i. ....... C anton ............. ...... 1 8
Galesburg Cedar Rapids .... ...,.. 3 6
Galesburg ...... . ,,.... Davenport .i..... ...... 1 6
Galesburg ,.,... ....... K Iacomb ........ ...... 9
Galesburg ...... ....... R ock Island ..... ...... 1 7
Galesburg .,.... ......, S treator ..... ...... 3 1
Galesburg ...... ....... K ewanec .... ,...,. 1 7
Galesburg .,,..,...... ........,....
Moline ,,,....,,................ ...... 2 2
A glance at the above record will show that the basketball season of '26-'27
was a very successful one. This goes to prove that Coach Gillespie this year as in
the past, put out a fast, scrapping team.
The team under the leadership of Captain "Frog" Smith developed a fast and
furious live-man offense that could not be stopped easily when the boys got it going.
The students supported the team very loyally throughout the season and were
rewarded at almost every game by a multitude of thrills.
Of course there were a few "heart-breakers," that is, games that were close and
hard to lose. The Canton and second Moline game were of this nature.
The crowd always loved to watch the "Ponies,' play even though these players
found but little competition in most of their games. The "Pony" team, which was
composed largely of sophomores, became well-known for their fast, clever, and elusive
style of play. Much is expected of the "Ponies,' next year.
Galesburg, for the eighth consecutive time, won the Galesburg district tourna-
ment. lve found very little competition until the Hnal game, so the reserves were
given an opportunity to play a good deal. L
In the championship game with Avon, Galesburg took a good lead at the start, Q
and things looked easy. But in the third quarter, the spectators were brought to QQ?
their feet when Avon came up to tie the count. However, in the last quarter, Gales- fl'
burg woke up and romped away in a last minute rally, winning the game and the ,Q f
tournament by a score of 30 to 22. Q 4 .
In the sectional tournament at Peoria, Galesburg was unfortunate in having to 0,
play their first game against Manlto, one of the best teams in the tournament. The O
Galesburg team was defeated and thus eliminated. 5
The season was a great success, and much new material for next year was dis- ' Q :Eels
covered and developed. Both Coach Gillespie and the team deserve much credit B X
for their excellent work. ,
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"Jim" Conlee who for two years held down left-tackle position. was onr Captain
this year. Jim was an important cog in the football machinery. an example for his
team-mates to follow. and every hit a leader.
"Yon never need a rub-down if yon're in training," was motto of Harry Smith,
our eaptain. and he lived np to it. ever-ready to play and in eonditiong he has proved
this hy playing eenter in every game during the Basketball season and leading his
team-mates in scoring.
"Jerry" Sehroeder was our traek captain. lve all know of Jerry's ability, of
his running on the two-mile team for three years and this year as anchor man. Jerry
was ever in the pink of eondition and giving his hest. He proved to be a great
The sehool teams owe a great deht of f :t't d' l
work in playing. training and leadership.
gri 1 u 1 to t ie captains for their splendid
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The inter-advisory basketball league among the lower form advisories was l
continued this year. and much new basketball material was discovered. It was 8
divided into two classes. Alexander's XYhippits took first place in Class B. 'ix
In Class A. Damberg's Deeeivers carried off the honors with one thousand per-
cent. having ten victories to their credit. ive believe Mr. Gillespie should watch this I f
group. for they will make some excellent material for high school teams in future Q '7
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advisory until some other advisory is capable of getting it away from them. fs
A cup was presented to them for winning, and will be held bv Mr. Damberg's 0? X
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league. YVe congratulate the winners and the supervisors.
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Between Two Loves - Football and B8Slietb8ll
I gotta lov' for basketball,
But I lov' football, too.
I no ean favor both o'dem.,
So w'at I gona do?
O! Basketball ees greata game,
Iiat ees so fast, yet niee an' tame.
I theenk eet line as anytheeng,
To hear dose bleaebers roar an' reeng,
NV'en alla team eomes on de Hoor
IVeath Ilarry starting out before,
Dey mak' your hearta feel eet must
Jump up an' danee or eet weel bust.
An' alla time dey play, I guess
I lika basketball de hes!
Now football-no ees quite so tame,
But eet ees twiee so rough a game
As basketball, an' eet ees eruel,
Yet popular weeth alla sehool.
De men dey are so big an' strong,
I lov' 'em all-don't say I'm wrong!
For dey are O! so hansome boys,
De finest buneh in Illinois,
You oughta see 'em play in mud!
I tal you w'at, eet do you good.
So w'en I see dese fallers play,
I lika football bes' today.
O! my! I weesh dat basketball
XVas awful dull and tiresome,
Or else dat football was so Cruel
Eet's glory would retire some.
I gotta lov' for basketball,
But I lov' football, too,
I no ean favor both o' dem,
So w'at I gonna do?
The Relays at Kansas
I,isten, my ehildren, and you shall hear
Of the relay at Kansas our boys won this year,
On the twenty-t'hird of April in nineteen twenty-seven,
The praises rang high even up to the Heaven
Of our boys' good reeord we all must revere.
Coaeh said to the team, "If you win this today,
By the fairest of means and by all round team play,
I'll wire the home folks who I'm sure will be waiting
To spread the glad news and to start eelebrating.
Merrily, merrily, your praises tl1ey'll sing,
'Til the Heavens above will rumble and ring
And the whole wide world will know everything."
"Remember," said eoaeh, "that not only this year
Shall your praises be sung and great glory you'll hear,
But far in the distanee in looking way baek,
You'll find they're still singing of your work in track."
Sueh were the words of ineitement he spoke
To the ones who in relay were surely no joke,
For this day of all, the best reeord they broke.
The raeing began amidst shouting and Cheers,
,Xnd the people at Kansas all had immense fears
I.est the men they were baeking would not win the raee,
fThey were planning so highly on taking first plaeej.
But our boys stepped right out and sailed 'way ahead
And praises were sung for our boys instead.
So, three eheers for Murphy and three for the twins,
And three eheers for Cederoth who always begins.
YVhat praises we shout ean ne'er be too many
On these four great winners we'll bet our last penny.
This book will bring mem'ries when you fain to look baek,
Of our fast flying relay that exeelled all in traek.
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Adams, John ,,,,,,, ,ii...i,,,.. 1 23 Gambell, Frances ...,.............. 220 Nelson, Harriett ...,...,............ 240
Adcock, Louise , ,.i, ,rr,,,,,, 1 25 French, Constance .... ...,,,., 2 00 Nelson, Louise Marie ............ 304-
Alden, Elsie ,,,,r,A, ,,,,,,,,, 1 25 French, Delwin ,,,.. ,....... 3 00 Newkirk, Bonnie .......,..,.,,,..... 106
Anderson, Hazel ,,,,, ,,.Arr,.. 2 31 Nlrflllllger, Elsie ..,..,. ...i,., . .103
Anderson, Lloyd ........ .......-. 1 23 Gibbs Erma .wv-...ww. n xhkknvlh 1342
Anderson, Muriel .,,.., ......... 2 15 Glovel., Richard -AVA-A' nnbnuunn 1 23 Owens, Rhea -...v-.,-- A.,----- 3 20
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Ballinger' Golclm "-"' ""A"" " 30 Green, Gladys ...,.,,,, ,.,r,,... 1 03 Paglif II-Ia? ""i' """" 1 01
Baxter, Bertheina ...... ,i,,.,.. . 30 Greenland, Ethel -Hu-H220 al' IDS, C CII ---- ---,-- - -s
Betts, Geraldine ,,.., ..,.,,... 2 27 Greenquist Elsa U --.www Hn-----3442 Patlm, DOI'0tllY ,,,.,.. A.--.A,, Z 43
Beyaert, Odiel .,,,, ......... 1 22 Grimm Ggne,,i,,,,e H 101 geterson, glanelie -AA. ..-..,.. 2 23
Bogne, Jess .i.......... .....,... 1 07 Gustafson M,U,i0rV"" H ----34.2 0tCI'S0I1, OHOVHH -,,- ----A--- 3 0
Bondi, August ,r,r, ,.,.r.,.. 1 23 ' ' ' """i " Peterson, Floyd C -...... ...,... . 223
Bosse, Paul ,,,,,,,,,,..,.r ,....er.. 2 42 H tbl Fl C 30 Peterson, Leslie ..... .......l 1 23
Brown, Raymond ,,e,,. ......... 1 23 Ha 1 ""e2te,ft "e""""""' 123 Peterson, Lolsh ....,. ....,... 2 20
Bunch, Elizabeth .,,,, ,,,, ,,4,,,,,, 1 4 3 H2l:'feq'n?:A1n2ifl"l' ----"-e"-' 300 Plette, Frederick ..... ....,... 1 27
Callahan, Nina .i.......
Carlson, Helen E ....
Carlson, Margaret .
Carlson, Marie ..,......
Carlson, Ruth .......,...
Christy, Marion ...,,
Clapp, Bennie .......,,,
Clay, Charles ....,,.
Clay, Evelyn ......
Clay, Louise ........,....
Copeland, Leroy .....
Craig, Janet ..,..........
Culver, Dorothy ...,,..
Davee, kenneth .......i., ......... 2 23
Dawson, Earl .....
Deets, Joe .....,..,,......,.
Dickson, Harold .,,..
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Duden, Lloyd ............ .....
Dunn, Lucille .,.,....,..
Dunn, Ramona .......
Duval, Dorothy ...,...
Eastin, Britomarte ,,,,...,.,,,., ,..230
Edwards, Lelia .r......,. ..,...... 3 20
Elliott, Reese .r.....,,. ..,,...., 2 25
Elrick, Devena ...,... ........, 2 30
Erickson, Dorothy .... ......... 2 40
Erlandson, Dorothy .,.,,.,,,,..,, 120
Evans, Marjorie .,...... ..,.,.... 2 30
Farrell, Richard ....
Ferris, Henry .i.....,
Fletcher, Creath ....
Folger, 1Vinona ......
Frederick, Janice ,,,.,. ,,,,,,,,, 1 01
ONE HUNDRED FORTY-SEVEN
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Herlocker, Robert .,
Horton, Ernest .,.....r
Hunter, Elsie ............
Inness, Helen ........
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Johnson Alvina ...., ......,, 1 20
Johnson Anna .......... ,...,.,, 1 43
Johnson Charles B .,............. 223
Johnson Dale ............ . ......., 303
Johnson, Lenore ..... ..,.,... 2 15
Johnson Robert ..... ........ 3 00
Johnson, Vivian ....................... 224
Kelly, Lois .....,........,... ........ 2 25
Kennedy, Dorothy .... ........ 3 412
Krase, Gladys ........, ......... 2 20
Krout, Donald ......... .305
Lagerstrom, Frank .,............ 123
Leach, Frank ,,,,......i... ........ 2 411
Lindberg, Melba ...,.
Lindeen, Pauline ...... .,,..... 3 0
Lindrothe, Helen .....
Linstrom, Ruth .......
Lowell, Vivion ..rr,,
Lucas, James ......,.
McBride, Pauline ...... ......... 2 31
McCullock, Mary ..,... ...,....
McGowan, Maxine .... ........
Milan, Mearl .......
Miller, Dale ..,..........
Miller, Mildred ..,,...
Modine, Herman ...... ...,....
Moreland, Dorcas .... .. .,..
Morgan, Louise ...,.
Morgan, Ruth ......
Pople, Frances ..,.
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Rhykerd, Nita ............ ......,. 2 00
Richardson, Gladys .....,.,.,.... 102
Rios, Pedro ............................. 2-12
Robinson, Raymond ,,,...,,.,.... 107
Ross, Martha .......,.... ........ 1 31
Rowe, Maxine .........
Rutherford, Ilah .....
Sandeen, Ernest ........
Sargent, Inez .............
Scott, Helen ........
Skinner, Murray .,,, .
Sorenson, Mildred ,,.,...
Smith, Ethel ..........
Smith, Martha .........
Stanley, Virginia ......
Stratton, Geraldine .,
Stratton, Jean ,,,,,,,,, A
Strow, Henry ...........
Swanson, Dorothy ...,
Swanson, Ruth .,.,...
Sweat, Elmer ......
Sweborg, Emery .....
Thandle, Charles ,.......
Tolley, Ruth ..,......,,,..
Trask, Robert ..,,....,
Tucker, Frances .....
1Vall, Lillie ........,...
VVelsh, Irene .....,........
VVilliams, Floyd ,,,,,
VVilliams, Pearle ......
1Villiams, Ruth .......
1Villis, Thomas ......
Young, George .......
Yonngren, Glenn ,i,,..
Youngren, James ..,,..
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Students on both of first two periods
Anderson, Alice A.
Anderson, Hazel E.
Brittain, Rose E.
Hartong, Anna Mae
R un dle,
Simpson, Helen Jean
M'right, Eva Ruth
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Goff, Merritt, M.Morris, Bondi
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The Adxhsory Council
This year the advisory council came to the close of the second year
of its existence.
This Council is a group that represents the whole student body since
each advisory elects one representative. The Council is not a governing
body, but through it the students and the faculty come to understand
each other better by an exchange of view-points on certain problems that
come up. In this way a desirable co-operation between the teachers and
students is secured.
It is also found that through such a council the sale of activity
tickets, REFLECTORS, etc., can be handled more efficiently than in any
other way. This year more activity tickets were sold than have been for
several years. lVe do not say that the council was responsible for this,
but it is possible that it had something to do with the marvelous showing
that was made.
The council furnished splendid training for its members in financial
matters. Quite a sum of money passed through the hands of each coun-
cil member during the year. Perhaps some of the world's greatest Hnan-
ciers will come from this group, who knows?
The Council meetings also provided excellent opportunity for prac-
tice in oratory and debate. These meetings were somwhat different from
ordinary classes because in council meeting one might feel free to express
himself for herself which, of course. was most generally the casej, even
though he or she did not know anything about the subject under discus-
sion while in a class, it was different. The result of this practice was
shown by the great number of orators and debaters that the council pro- ig
duced. Some of them were Marion Christy, Leonard Nelson, Janet Craig. 8
Anna Mae Hartong, Mabel Goff, Elsie Nirdlinger, Frank Leach, and ix
"Gerry" Shroeder. A
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hope it will be even more successful the years to come. E 'r A
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The High School caretakers
One morning when I stepped inside the school doors, a mudball col-
lided with my face and splattered all over my clothes. I looked up in
amazement and saw a group of freshmen having a friendly little mud
ball contest. I found also that they were making the ammunition at the
water-fountain from dust which they gathered in handfuls from the floor.
I couldn't figure it ont. I went through the whole school. Every-
where there was dirt. dust. and paper.
I entered the study hall in a kind of a daze. Here I found a crowd
of students wading about through waste paper up to their knees. I was
puzzled. to say the least. Finally I ventured out toward my seat. I had
waded but a few steps when I stepped on something that wiggled. I was
horror-stricken. Frantically I dug away the paper and out floundered
a little eighth grader who had lost his way.
I hadn't noticed until now how gloomy the room wasg I glanced at
the windows and saw that they were covered with a heavy coat of dirt.
All the faces I met were unfamiliar. Finally I accosted a fellow
who had two black streaks across his face and asked him what it all
He laughed a little and then he said. "You're new here, but you'll
soon get used to it. You see, we don't have anyone here to take care of
the buildings." i
By this time things were getting on my nerves. "Let me out of
here Y" I yelled. "I'm going back to old G. H. S. where we have real care-
I made a bound for the door, but just then someone shook me. and
I woke up. I had gone to sleep right in seventh period study hall. CI
had thought it would be impossible for anyone to go to sleep in therej. I
looked up and saw "Steve" grinning down at me.
"You'd better get out now if you don't want to get swept out." he
said. 'ibccause we'rc going to sweep the study hall right away."
I got np and solemnly shook his hand.
"You don't know how glad we students are to have fellows like you
and the other caretakers of G. H. S. around here," I said.
I suppose he didn't know what I meant exactly. but I did. and I
guess you do. too.
ONE HUNDRED FIFTY-SIX
Mon., Sept. 20-The Boys' Hi-Y held a tea in the recreation room for the first
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Tues.. Sept. 7-The portals of Galesburg High School were thrown open to greet
a bunch of gree11 freshmen, who have come to learn all about the art of chew-
Thurs., Sept. 9-A grand rush was applied to the study hall seats in a general
assembly for the first time. Dr. Fifield gave a lecture on "Three Elements
of an Every day life."
lVed.. Sept. 15--The advisories held their elections for representatives. From now
on it's "pay me."
time. My. but the wafers were old.
Thurs., Sept. 23-Our first Budget of the year was published. "Special effort."
lVl1ite and Clay on the job.
Sat., Sept. 25-Gillespie's flying bone crushers were sadly prohibited from pro-
truding over Alexis' goal line, but they trespassed on ours for a count of 6-0.
Think you'll amount to much, Clarke?
Mon., Sept. 27-Miss Cox and Miss Smith gave talks to a group of Hi-Y women.
Sat., Oct. 2-Our handsome pigskinners were again given a sock on the jaw by
Moline. Moline saw the most stars, 26 to our none. lVilson, stop romancing.
XVed., Oct. 6-A peppy assembly was sponsored by the Robertson 8 Smith crew.
Gosh! ain't Frances Schroeder good lookin'.
Sat., Oct. 9-Galesburg was found on the seven end of a 21-7 score at lVillard
Field. Davenport sure is lucky to escape like thatg now if we had Grange,
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Thurs.. Oct. 1-L-The clubs are getting ready for the annual fall battle between
punch and confetti at the Girls' gym. lVon't be long now.
Sat., Oct. 16-Our magnihcent football team defeated Macomb High school on a
basis of 13-0. "Bugai" McQueen was so excited that he broke a shoe string.
Tues.. Oct. 19-My! My! Look who we have for cheer leaders. Ed Maltby and
Sturdy Lewis. They are dumb but good looking.
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holding the stcincrs O-O. Hurray for Jim.
Mon.. Oct. 25-lVc now havc a female quartet. There is a discord some place. It's
either Dot Tanning's voicc or Christy on the piano.
Sat.. Oct. 29-The REFLECTOR started gathering notes Qmusical or bankj at the
Musicale. How mucha we mak', Carl?
Tues., Nov. 2-Holt's advisory started out to win cage honors in the advisory tourna-
ment. No wonder-Banjo Landon and Pop Mitchell! Now if we had De
Fri., Nov. 5-Rosy received fourth place in tl1e girls' declam. with the subject,
"Five set forth in a fogf, It should have been "My Wild Irish Rose," and then
she could have won.
Sat., Nov. 6-VVQ were defeated by Boilerhead Kewanee, 19-6. VVonder how Frannie
Leighton and lVillard Sipes got stuck on the hard road. Yes, we wonder.
Mon., Nov. 8--Snow-Tiz Snow.
Thurs., Nov. 11-The Lincolns were honored by Keith Peterson, former member of
the club, in Lakewood, Ohio.
Fri., Nov. 12-A burlesque of Ivanhoe was presented by the REFLECTOR Staff. Oh,
Ivanhoe, kissa me.
Sat., Nov. 13-VVell we have got a better second team than Kewanee anyway. Yeah,
we won, 6-0.
Thurs., Nov. 18-VVhat's all the talk about Lincolns and Science football game.
The Lincolns are winning 'cause Jane Hardy is pulling for them.
Sat.. Nov. 20-Galcsburg went on a rampage for a 19-0 count. Bring on Streator,
but now if they have got Roddy Lamb VVhy-l.
Thurs., Nov. 25--VVhec! we have a new Budget head. Gordon Folger sure pushes
a mean turkey quill.
Sat., Nov. 27-Conlee's bone crushcrs delivered the goods to Streator for a score
of 7-6. Nice work on the toe, VValt.
ONE HUNDRED FIFTY-EIGHT
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Mon., Dec. 6-Cliff Anderson's turkey pocket now measures 40 and M inches since
Tues., Dec. 7-The Lincolns recovered from defeat and turned tables on the Science
for 19-0. Yea, Lincolns, you have some coach, huh, Helen?
Dec. 10-"You never can tell" sent Bill Jencks into fourth place at the Boys'
Stick to your horn Bill, Louise don't care.
Dec. 18--Galesburg's lucky five downed Victoria's hay pushers 23-11. Rol
and Olmstead doesn't think so much of Victoria now.
Christmas-School out, that's enough.
Jan. 7-Streator took revenge on Coach Gillespieis cage gang for a total of
Wed., Jan. 13-Moans--sounds like VVillard Sipes, cow. It's exams coming.
Jan. 28-Clarke and Michaelson performed their parlor duty in "Polly With
a Past." M-In-m-m. Chuck.
Jan. 29-VVall streetis gyp hasn't anything on the Hi-Y Dood-Daddie. They
sure cleaned up-the muss.
Thurs., Feb. 10-Corenne Swenson has started in business. All she needs is tickets
Sat., Feb. 12-The Silver and Gold small horses were defeated at Monmouth.
C'mon, Graff. t
Fri., Feb. 18-The Lizzies staged a rare comic for a pep assembly. Some sheriff! 5
CI must say something for her, musn't I Pj a
Wed., Feb. 23-The Franklin "A" grabbers received the Scholarship cup for the
second time. Q
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Fri., Feb. 25-The Lincolns were sadly defeated by the Science in basketball. VVil- 022
son you played a good game-of football. 3 X
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Thurs., Fri., Sat., Mar. 10, 11, 12-Tournament-"Sign mine.', Tues., Mar. 15-Clarence cast was chosen-Oh, Violet!
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YVed.. Mar. I6-Monmouth won the Big Nine Debate by defeating Galesburg with .5
of a percent.. Hard luck. Mr. Jennings!
Thurs.. Mar. 18-Galesburg was defeated and eliminated from the sectionals by
Manito. VVe wonder if it is the atmosphere at Peoria or the Hoorl
Fri.. Mar. 25-Mr. Landon's bunch of toot throwers presented a concert at the
Plaza. Didn't Mr. Landon look like John P. himself?
Thurs.. Mar. 31--Yowl that teacher sure stepped on my imagination and only gave
. Sat.. Apr. 2-"You're a bigger fool than I ZIIIIH-R,EFLEL'T0R Fool's Day Frolic.
Everything went off lovely until the riot in the check room started.
Fri.. Apr. 8-'Will some nice looking girl please get a date with Chuck Johnson and
take that bashfulness away from him?
Fri.. Apr. 15-Spring vacation. All out!
Tues.. Apr. 19-Tryouts for the Silver and Gold typepusher team were held. Now
if they do 110 words a minute, why .
Sat., Apr. 23-Upper forum track meet resulted in stiff joints and the consumption
of ten gallons of Sloan's Liniment.
Mon., Apr. 25-Ho! Hum! Our relay team jogged along the indus to clip 8 seconds
from their last year's record at Kansas. All we need now is a fire department
to put out the fire on the track. '
Tues.. Apr. 26-Tryouts for "Smilin' Through," the senior play. were held. Hard
Sat.. Apr. 29'-The Lincoln Frolic was a grand success for Vivien Arnold. Ralph
Johnson is suffering from a bruised hand received while trying to pick up a
I stamp in the check room. Cheapl l
QH3' 557 Mon.. Mav Qf.-X beautiful Max' Dav partv was held at the home of "I.eggo', Smith.
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Gvyxgkif, Gus Rlllfllll nearly smothered to death when a banquet fell on him.
Sat.. May 7--Mr. Landon and his crew presented a concert at the Plaza theatre.
,SJEXKFQS Oh. Ervin. you're so beautiful? P F F'
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ls-ey fi 'P Fri.. Nlav I3--Rosanna Scott has died fourteen times so far in the senior play. O
K ' me-O my!
'lf May 26-359' 59" o'cloek. Seniors have one second of school left.
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some of his teachers laugh at it anyway-so I guess it's all right.
Did you ever see Dot Hall angry? lVell, neither did weg it's one of those things
which ust never happen, that's all.
All the girls fall for Lowrance Buteherg why they even talk about it before him.
But docs it make him stuck-up? lVell, I guess not! He eouldn't ever be that way.
Ruth and Harold make a cute couple, they're so directly opposite. However.
tllCl'C,S one thing that they both are-good-natured. And it's something to be proud
of. too. lve aren't all so blest.
Muriel Anderson is nothing if not original! She decorated a Spanish book with
a checkerboard design of orange cre Je ma mer. lVho else would ever have thou ht of
such a tl1ing! No one, I'm sure-they just eouldn't!
My. wasnit Bob glad when Alvina was. eighteen? He surely made immediate
use of his privilege to go with her-but who could blame him? She is very sweet.
Kate McClure-"'Why do Kenny and Hank wear those sailor caps ?i'
lVhy, Kate. we are surprised at you-those boys are original. Aren't they al-
ways pulling off something new?,'
Janet and Don both seem very pceved and secretive about their middle names.
But they are very willing to tell each other's to everyone. Queer, isn't it?
People laughed at the seniors wl1o were down in 140 for sixth period study
hall. But they don't know what they missed! It's got 201 beat all hollow-just
ask some of the members of it.
"VVho are those keen-looking boys in the assembly?" "Oh, shucks! they're
girls! ! My. what a disappointment! Here we were all interested and then they
turned out to be just girls !"
Charles Clarke thought he would come to class late without a slip by just say-
ing: "I've been in the office." However, Miss Robinson thought different-for
Charles had to get a slip. Too bad! It really should have worked.
E! Helen Staggs looks at Dot Tanning's drawings awhile and then believes that
53 she can draw, too. But, oh my! What a disillusionment she finds it to be--after a
!fff2'?7 few attempts. Poor Helen-we're very sorry, but you can't have everything you
if ' know. And you've ust about got your share, we think.
.lack Murphy: "lVashington, while out riding on his plantation, caught a bad
4 21 cold."
It wasn't necessary to announce the senior play cast-they all bloomed out in
their new spring clothes to have their picture taken. And then we knew who was
if 'l' to take part in the play-it was very noticeable.
,riigx Muriel Anderson: "He who laughs last laughs best."
Qxjagig Kate McClure: "Oh, no. He who laughs last is English."
l So's Your Old Man!
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to conceal gum. see Frances Gale.
to put on weight QFD see Jane Hardy.
to look innocent when guilty. see Martin Sandburg and Cally Isaacson.
to have il permanent wave, see Don lvard.
to use Stacomb, see Gale VVatts.
to roller skate with a crutch, see Ronald Graffouliere.
to sleep in school, see John Clay.
to keep a straight face when prevarieating, see Clinton Davis.
to keep pace with a snail, see Pat Rebscher.
to look like a sunbeam, see Francis Leighton.
to obtain red hair. see lVillard Sipes.
to makc a Blonde Shampoo, see' Amy Conger.
to get Virgil. see Marge Crawley.
to impersonate a fat lady. see George Loquist.
to dance. see Harry Hartley.
to look wise. see Dot VVallace.
to avoid embarrassing moments, see Lowrance Butcher.
to avoid girls. see Gail Urban.
to be sent to the office. see Most Anyone.
to recite from a book. see any class.
to understand compensation, sec Brice Landon.
to look for a girl. see Jerome Jontry.
to have enchanted hearts, see Bill Jencks and Louise Adcock.
to sharpcn the axis of the earth. see Goofy Gardner.
to be in a hurry. sce VValt Gustafson.
to be a good looking blonde. sec Ruth Haverficld.
ONE HUNDRED SIXTY-FOUR
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We Seniors ln Our lnfancy
Have you ever at some time or other in your young life pretended that you
were a prince or princess? I'm sure you have, but at the same time have you ever
realized just what a prince or princess you really were in the first years of your
life? Believe mel l can imagine that some of you made your fond parents "step"
at your tiniest cry or wish.
Can't you just see "Jes" Davis as he sat in his buggy when he was just a wee.
bald headed. toothless. chubby. smiling. mamais precious? I can easily imagine he
was smiling. but just as sure as he was asked to "smile for the nice lady," he no
doubt became as sober as an Egyptian mummyg but isn't it strange how infants
change as they grow older? There is nothing backward about Jess "showing
for the nice lady" now.
Ralph MclVilliams must have begun devouring lVebster before he was out of
the cradle, for oh! how he can use the long words. There's one thing certain, he was
never taught to call a train a "choo choog" he most likely said locomotive.
"My, what adorable dimples! Smile dist a ittie bit for auntief' is probably 5
what Kate KlcClure was hearing as some affectionate auntie tickled her chin and
"getchy-getcheed" or 'Iabba-dabba-woo-wooed" to herg but listen to this, Kate:
Thereis one thing certain about a face.
Dimples are never out of place.
So keep on smilin' all the while.
For dimples are never out of style.
From the size of "Dot" lVallace today Qby the way, no wonder we call her 1
"Dot."D don't you suppose her mama kept her in a box all the time when she was
so teensie weensie, to keep from losing her? Yve surely are frlad you didn't get lost, f
though. "Dot.', for we consider you quite a valuable senior. j
I imagine when people watched Frances Gale as she looked over her book of
nursery rhymes. they could just see her brain moving around as many logical
thoughts of Humpty Dumpty or Jack-be-nimble popped in and out of her little head.
Since we all know l1ow far Frances is from being sentimental! donit you just know F
what she thought as the kind overly-affectionate lady would plant a nice big juicy kiss E:
upon her cheek? If babies could only say what they are thinking as all these grown- 2
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ups come fondling them. they could avoid the trying ordeals they are put through. l
If you would like to know just whv our senior class IS such a good one. just I
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have an interview with our parents and they will tell you what perfect little darlings Q .
we all have always been.
lVe're all so perfect, you must know 0
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Our darling ways we didn t out-grow.
YVe each were to our mamas dear is
The sweetest things you ever did hear.
We may have been naughty now and then.
But you see we outgrew that ere we were teng
So now we're a very much-needed bunchg
That we'll be missed is our biggest hunch.
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Illllilll-uxvllj' do they eall her thrift?"
Bell-"Because she has those saving graeesf'
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Gold l3riekg"'l'his is a helligerent pair of erutehes I have here."
6 Brieli-e"IIow mit?"
Gold liriekf-".Xlways under arms."
First-f"How can I make a good impression
Second-"Send her your vieturef'
First-"She knows me."
Ed-"l'se the word faith in a sentence."
IValt-"Your faith Iooketh familiar."
on my girl ?"
Dividend-"And if a hoat load of harhers were to pass, what wonld'st Call it, 1ny little
Mayfiowe r ?"
Pension-"I'll hite, Horatio, what would I call it?"
Dividendf"A elipper ship, sweet one."
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"I don't eare if vou do hire a thousand men. You ean't hold a Candle to what I make."
"N0. IVhat is it?"
95 95 95
I was struek hy the heauty of her hand.
I tried to kiss her.
As I say, I was struck hy the heauty of her hand.
"I just returned from Montreal."
"Do they have reindeer in Canada ?"
"No. darling. In this season it always snows."
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"Making up jokes."
"Vl'orking for the Itl4:1fl.l-:c'1'oli?"
"Naw-in a heauty parlor."
95 93 93
Ile-"I wish I had a niekel for every
Slie-"VVliat would you do? Buy you
rself a package
95 255 95
lxI0tllt'I'+uXvllf'lI I was your age, young lady.
a young man's hand."
lJaughterQ"But mother. nowadays a niee girl
95 95 95
"Allow me to present my wife to you."
"No, thanks. I already have one."
95 235 93
Ir. . a V-Q" co iome von' marc on in '
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Mar 'l'erhnan+"I don't mind your daneing on
oft' that aggravates me."
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of gum ?"
a niee girl would never think of holding
has to hold a young man's hand."
on your feet-I'm a little out of
them-it's the eontinnal jumping on and
Bear inet Iienjy,
Bear et Benjy,
Bear was hulgy,
Bulge was Benjy.
ONE HUNDRED SIXTY-SIX
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"Do you know the difference between a bath tub and a parlor?"
"Gosh, where do you entertain your friends?"
95 93 93
"'Won't you give something to the Old Ladies' Home?"
"Sure, you can have my mother-in-law."
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XVomen are funny.
The one you like the most
Is she who makes herself
Undoubtedly she does it
Because she hates you,
And yet the one
You cannot stand at all
Is she who gives you
Dates most any time.
Undoubtedly she does it
Because she likes you.
IVomen are funny.
95 95 95
Desperate Beggar-"Could you give a starving man a dime?"
Benevolent Philanthropist-"Certainly, Have you change for a five-dollar bill?"
93 93 93
"That was some boiling out I got," exclaimed the turnip as he came out of the soup.
95 93 95
A girl may buy cheap hosiery, but she usually gets a run for her money.
Jack-"VVhat are the three sweetest words in the world?"
Jill-"I love you."
Jack-"Nope, enclosed find check."
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Harold S.-"I didn't find aeroplane in the dictionary."
Janet C.-"Did you look on the fly-leaf?"
93 93 93
Miss Irvine-"Use 'despair' in a sentence."
Nels Bengtson-"XVe had a flat tire today so pop had to use despair."
95 95 95
The saddest words of tongue and pen to the flapper are: "I have gained again? g
V! H! W gy?
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Kind Old Party-"I hear you buried your wife yesterday, Mr. Kauppf' Q ,
"XVell, mein Gott, I had to. She was dead." Q q
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Co-"How cum you flunked out of college?" 5
Legiate-"Oh, just a matter of course." .- f
. vs vs vs Charles Clarke-"Have you any close friends?" ,
Frannie Leighton-"Sure, they're all close when I'm broke." ,. V
93 vs Lady Cto druggistj-"Have you any Life Buoy?" sg,
Druggist-"Just set the pace, lady." P Q
ONE HUNDRED SIXTY-SEVEN
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Boost our advertisers,
And thus you'll boost us toog
For when you back those who back us,
You're backing us folks, too.
YVe want our patrons all to feel
That they have been quite wise,
And really know' what means the phrase
"It pays to advertisef'
The ones whoni you should trade with
Are listed here belowg
Go buy from every one of these-
T heyire fair and square-
Anderson. XV. A.-Shoe Co.
Bacher's French Dry Cleaning Co.
Bank of Galesburg
Benedict Music House
Brown, Lyle C.-Candies and Notions
Burgland K Burgland
Drury's, H. F.-Flower Shop
First National Bank
Galesburg National Bank
Hamilton Drug Co.
Illinois Camera Shop
Jacobi Bros. K Mack
Kellogg Drake Sz Co.
King Cole's Book Shop
Mackemer Motor Co.
N. P. Nelson Co.
Peoplels Trust K Savings Bank
Puritan Coney Island
Rexall Drug Store
Sinclair, R. G. if
Stamnfs Clothing Store ix
Stearns' Chocolate Shop
Illinois Power and Light Co, Stromberg K Tenncy's Book Store tl 1
lvagoner Printing Co. S af
Jahn Sz Ollier Engraving Co. lVliitcraft Shop N
-'93 4439904 4 1 5 N
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The Golclen Gavel
.Xml also the First National Bank
XX'ill keep your dough for you.
.Xml every year they'll pay you
Some interest on it, toog
If you save long enough you'll be
XX'orth millions ere you're through.
,X diamoml ring is very nice
.Xml so are Lawrence l5ros.g
The Jewel Shop is also fine
Don't patronize the others.
Your clothes are old, get new,
You ask, "XVhere should I go?"
The Continental's a good place,-
.Xll will tell you so.
.Iacobi's also have a stock
Ut' classy clothes you'll like
'I'hey'll wear like iron, so get lhem
XX'hen you're going on a hike.
You all must know the deeds
I. l'. tk I,. performg
Through them we get our light at night
.Xml heat to keep us warm.
Keep a kodak of the kiddies
They are so cute and sweetg
'l'he Illinois Camera Shop will make
Your happiness complete.
Perhaps your baby wiggles
XX'hen you try to take a snap,
l Then Mr. Holcomb is the one
That last for a many a mileg aml XX'ho'll snap him so you'll clap.
If you ever need the service
Uf' a printing shop, just go
To XYagoners-they printed this
ltl':l"I.r:e1'olz, don't you know?
Iflngraving, too, you'll maybe need
Some day, an'd if you should,
Just go to Jahn Sz Ollier's
Of Chicago, 'cause they're good.
Those who go to High School,
The liurlgwl they must take,
It's fine, aml we confide in you
.lust why it takes the cake:
It has the brains that all these do
To know that you will back us. too
.Xml patronize the ones that givc us
.XIJS for the RIC!-'I.l'IL'T0ll.
lt' you desire refreslunent
Go to Stearns' Chocolate Shopg
When your friend that's sick likes flowers
.Xt l7rury's you should stop.
Yes, we know your clothes need cleaning
But we can aid you there:
Go to l5acher's or to Carlston's
They'll clean without a tear.
.Xre you hungry? l,et us have a taste
Of llamilton's fine repastsg
1 know you want some ice-creamg try
Sinclair's-Athe flavor lasts.
Nleat's essential to om-'s health-
Then liurglaml's must be toog
The Whitcraft Shop makes senior rings
I want one-so do you.
Stannn's will sell You very cheap
Classy ties aml socks,
The kiml that make a hit with stmles at
l,ombard aml at Knox.
Music hath the charm to soothe
.X very savage beast,
l3enedict's instruments will make
Your spirits rise like yeast.
.X shoe that fits aml yet has style-
.Xmlerson's sell that kindg
.X drug store better than lIawthorne's
Is pretty hard to find. l
Nlackemer Motor Company' sells the cars
If you want a hot dog,
Try the Puritan Coney Island
Candy' -everyone likes that.
You don't, ,'Xw, quit your foolin'!
lf' y' ain't tried I3rown's or McCollum Bros.,
Y' sure do need some s'choolin'.
Kellogg Drake's aml Nelson's too,
.Xre the finest in their line:
Knox I.oundry washes up your clothes
They come hack looking fine.
King I'ole's Book Shop--Strombcrg's too
Get your book-ware there:
They'll help you pick the kiml you'd like
XX'illi patiem'e aml with care.
The llank of Galesburg, l'eople's Trust
Cialesburg National, too,
95 95 95
Mr. llolt-J'.Iust about that time the king hatched out a scheme-'
Bright stmlenl--".Xw how could a king hatch anything?"
Mr. llolt -"'X'X'ell, he might have, had be set his miml on it."
93 95 55
Jess lJ.i"Say, I took a walk through the cemetery today and I read the inscriptions
on the tombslones aml I wondered."
XX'alter G.ef'X'l'liat did you wonder at?"
.less IJ.'4hxYlll'l'l' are all the wicked people buried?"
95 95 5?
.Ianc ll.+"The I,ord made us beautiful aml dumb."
Martin Sf -"llow's that?"
.lane ll.- f'lleauliful so the men would love us--and dumb so that we could lovc them-"
one HUNDRED ssvsrnv
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Stamm's Clrowinq Popularitq
-with the college man and student of today can menu but one thing: 'fllilt i11-
herent correctness of style demanded by the young fellow-plus a l!ll'zQQ'l'
variety tl1a11 can be found elsewliere. and ut decidedly lower prices than like
style and quality Cilll be duplicated for anywhere. Iiivestigatel lt costs
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COLLEGIATE YVEAR FOR THE BETTER DRESSER
EVERYTHING IN DIUSIC
6-L South Cherry St. Red 2178
C. Clarke-"D'je1'er hear 0' the one hoss Shay?"
J. YVilson-"No, whaddidde Shay?"
24 W 93
"You look sweet enough to eat !"
"Do I-where shall we go?" L
95 95 15 '
The height of l1l0ClE'Stf'--uTl16 girl who wouldn't do iinproper fraetioiisf'
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XVe can make our lives subliine. 8 '
And hy asking silly questions, NX
Take up all the t6ZlCl10I'lS time. Kg 0 5
"Tim Home of Better' Shoes" 5 X
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W. A. ANDERSON co. R
208-210 East Main St. X
ONE HUNDRED SEVENTY ONE V
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fist? kan" w if -7 Z S-5 , 3
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Wh Sh ' f G'ft
Yon will find this shop complete with the lat-
est variety of gifts at all prices
"1IERCHANDISI+1 OF STYLE, QIIAL-
ITY AND PRICEH
Have your Senior Crest put on a iine ring' he-
fore leaving G. H. S.
CHAS. S. SHOICMAKER
XX'Iien we think of NVe think of
Mr. Holt, evw, H , ,,..,,,... Desk carving
Mr. Ilnnt. ,,.,. , , ,7th period S. Il.
Mrs. Sheldon I ,..,,,,.., ,,,,,,,, N Iexico
Mr. I.:1ndon ., ,,,..s ...,.,.,..r. ' Talent
Mr. Gillespie .,,..,,,, Oratory
Mr. Ilrookinggl ,, wcwson Tickets
Miss Maskrey ,, s,.,.,.... Ideals
Mr. Dnniliere' ., ,,r,,.,,,, Iiileen
Mr. ltolwertsiin , ,.e.,...i,,,,.,.. wir
Mr. Qnieku ,,,,, .A Locker keys
Mr. Gardner . ,..hllC'tI0lll'l'I'
Mrs. Itieli , ,,,, .r.XSSt'lllllllK'S
Miss Nelson ,,,,. Sweetness
, Miss Irvine ,,,,,,,, linrope
Most .Xdvisors ...., Flunk Slips
ff I KODAK AS YOU GO
.il r ,. . .
fi ,fp 5 And I,et IIs Irnnsh the Pictures
rn fly ILLINI , . ILLINI
Q, Cf Ilhnols Camera Shop Q., 5
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L LI Rv' Ulwlll' .Shopvof Ifwnl kodak iSl'I'Z'Il'l' LI RV'
TY SE Il einherg Arcade TY S5
K Ci.-XI.I'1SBL'RG. ILLINOIS
CQg.'ijfli Kodnks - fini- Kodaks - Films - I"r:nning - Greeting Cards
'1 ,, ONE HUNDRED SEVENTV Two
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Q' N r a O ing a n t i, p
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builds chzirzicter, lends to happiness, content-
ment and independence, while extrzivagunce,
if persisted in. tends to lower the standard
of cliziracter and lends to restlessness, dis-
content, disappointment, sorrow and, in
many instances, to poverty.
If this is so. then there isn't a student in our
high schools who can afford to deny thrift
right-of-way in his life.
46? Interest on Savings
Blain at Kellogg.
King Cole's Bookshop l
High School Text Books-New and Second Hand School Supplies
of all kinds-Mighty Convenient 1
JUST ACROSS THE STREET 151 South Broad Street
GO TO HAVVTHORNES
Suecessors to Lesche-r's
For Pure Drugs, PI'C'SCI'f1Jff07IS and Toilet Arfic'le.e
The Rexall Store 2,
ACQUIRE GOOD STYLE 4
Keeep Your Good Appearance Q27 KX
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GALESBURG ILLINOIS Q f
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Outhtters to High School students for .50 years up
f? X X
ONE HUNDRED SEVENTY THREE U
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Yi I "' - ' 'fy A
For Ninety Years the Leading Liberal Arts College
in lllinois, and Une of the Best in
the Middle West
Recognized by all Americzxn educational ussoc-izxtions and
Of high scholastic rank and requirements--as shown by
the standing and :ichievement of its graduates in the most
exacting graduate :ind professional schools of the country.
Offering broad zithlt-tic--as well as scholastic' opportuni-
ties and setting high standards of sport and sportsinzxn-
Providing through the Knox Conservatory il broad :md
thorough training in all departments of musical :nrt and
TO CONVERT GIFTS OF
MONEY INTO' JEWELRY
HETHER you are the daughter of
a family burdened with wealth,
or of light purse, you are wel-
ll P s come in this shop.
.Qi A You will find here iewelry of superb
LPM ','rA,yi.l' craftsmanship, sensibly priced.
if I ll ln any event you will be buying where
g quality, srnartness and beauty arc tra-
iitfiei 5 ditional.
C if Q
,baggy awrence rot ers
Ka- J' "A Hill Arcade "By the Big Clock"
15? D 5
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otes on pring Styles
Very prominent at college and prep schools everywliere--is
the smart three-button suit with the close fitting high-cut lapels
and broad snug shoulders. Especially good looking are the new
light greys and tans. Astonishingly reasonable too, at such
30 to 40
I ' I
GALE-SBURG. ILL. . ,
TO THE FLAPPER
Blessings on thee, little dame,
Bared of back and knees the same,
WVith thy rolled-down silken hose,
And thy short transparent clothes,
IVith thy make-up on thy face,
And thy bobhed hair's jaunty grace,
VVith my heart I wish thee joy.
But glad that I was horn a hoy
Lady fin hutcher shopj-"I'd like to look at your biggest ham."
Clerk-"Just a minute and I'll call the boss."
95 93 95
He-"Dearest, I love you and want you for my wife."
She-"Good heavens, what would she do with me?"
95 92 95
Rosy Scott-"lVhat are you going to be when you get through high school?"
Leggo S.-"An old man."
95 95 95
A tire hroke out in a deaf and dumb asylum and one of the inmates broke his thumb
SS 95 95
Soph.-"Did any of you take Chloroform?"
Fresh.-"Naw, what period is it?"
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"This school turned out some awful good men," said the visitor.
"YVlhat year did you graduate in ?" asked the weary student usher.
"I didn't graduate," the visitor replied. "They turned me out."
ONE HUNDRED SEVENTV-FIVE
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Stop and 'Think
How fast IIIOIICY grows at 61f3'?.
"'l'on1o1'row's eonifort depends on today's thrift"
ofwevr fam igli
Asif ANY iziimovin
VVH I TC RAF T S H 0 P
Jewelry of every kind mounted with High Seliool, Colli-gc or Fraternity seals.
Danee Programs. favors, leatller and felt goods
Iungraved Calling Cards and Stationery.
"I still have a few more points to toueli on," said the tramp, as lie crawled over the
lmarlned wire fenee.
V5 95 253
"It's little things in life that tell." said the sweet young thing, as she dra,Q'g'ed her young
brother out from beneath the sofa, before ller date arrived.
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'l'lll'l CIVIC MAN
ller eyes were liz " :J '-
laik is Jet,
This eliarining grirl I knew.
I kissed her in the eorridor.
Now mine are jet lmlaek, too.
Puritan Coney Island
77 So. Cllerry
lVAI"1"l,l'lS AND SANDVVICIIES
Quality and Quick Service
f 7-I, ONE HUNDRED SEVENTY-SIX
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SCHOGL CF MUSIC
IVell arranged courses
Beautifully appointed studios
Diplomas and degrees granted
If you are interested in the study of music as a profession or for its
cultural value. send for illustrated bulletin.
L. B. DIurdock, Director
"Class A" by University of Illinois. L
"Class A" by Illinois Dept. of Public Instruction. Qi?
"Accredited', by American Council on Education. 5 4
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LL '1 7, 5 ' 7 ' ' ' of
Chapter of Phi Ixappa Phi scholastic excellence society. of N
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Come out and talk it over before you decide what college K X 3
you will attend.
Curtis VV. IVynn. Registrar.
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ACKEMER MOTOR CO.
OPEN IINTIL MIDNIGHT
EVERY DAY IN TIIE YEAR
Towing Serfvice Storage
Everybody Likes Candies
Yvhen you eat Candy you want the best. Try "Our Baby"
She is Great. '
INICCOLLIIINI BROS. Galeshurg, Illinois
Miss Robinson-"If the president, viee-president, and all the members of the euhinet
would die, who would ofTieiz1te?"
Pres. Ivens-"The undertaken"
I 93 93 95
, Customerff-"How do you sell the Limhurger?"
-gfm Grocer- --"I often wonder myself, mz1'am."
I XYorkmen were making: repairs on the wires on an sehool house one Saturday, when an
,U 3 small hoy wzmdered in.
Cffj 3 "YYh:1f you doin'?"
, "Installing: un eleetrie switeh," one of the workmen said.
il i f sy The hoy then volunteered4"I don't eare, we've moved uwuy and I don't go 'lo this sehool
K anymore "
, byml . .
A QQ IIAMIL'l'ON,b DRUG STORE
I "Your Preseriptions :ire Safe YVith Us"
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A town boy was offered a chance to spend a week in the country, hut refused. Coaxingr,
pleading, and arguing brought from him nothing but the stubborn answer: "No country for
"But whv not?" he was asked.
"Because," he answered, "I am told they have thrashing machines in the country, and
it's bad enough here, where it's done hy hand."
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lVhen all my thinks in vain are thunk,
YVhen all my winks in vain are wunk,
YVhat saves me from an awful Hunk?
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H. Huggins - - Vice-Pres. and Trust Oflieer
I.. F. Anderson - - - - - Cashier
M. F. Cline - - - Asst. Cashier
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T. M. Cox Rd F. Lescher
R. G. Chappell
H. E. Bondi Fred Larson
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.Xn unwelcome guest is one of the hest things going.
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,' REAL IIXNGICIK
A First lSurg1larf"'l'sI1! I 'ear S0lllt'll0lly eoiuin'."
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nXVll?lSSZl idea callin' that show in Chicago 'The Miracle?"
"Cuz they's two hundred winunin' in it 'n not a word spoken."
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Freslnuani"Only fools are positive."
Senior-"Are you sure?"
Freshman-"I'm positive !"
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"NVhy was Ruth swearing so last Sunday?"
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lndex of Persons W hose Pictures Appear in this Book
QTl'us List does not include Group Pictures or H1-Y Plcturesl
Abbott. Mr. O. l..-15 Brooking, Mr. T. B.-14, 133 Davis, Mildred-48
Ahrahamson. Dolores-21, 74, Brown, Chester-217, 70, 139 Davidson, Ilarriet-40, 00, 153
112, 150 Brown, Harold-148,154 Dawson, Anna-90,148
Ahrahamson, Erma-74 Browne Clarence-30, 70 Dawson, Bernicef46
Ahy, Letha-40 Bryan, lirances Guy-148 Dawson, Earl-110
Adams, Irwin-46 Buck, Charles--48 Dawson, Kathryn-39, 82, 110, 150
Adcock. Louise-21, 08. Buck, Eugene-46, 88, 153 Deets, Joe-40
100, 112, 150 Bunch, Elizabeth-148 Derry, Alice-48
Alden, Elsie-36 Burford, Bernard-70.134, Devore, Paul-21, 84, 118
Aldus, Mr. Harry-15, 1321 148, 154 Dickerson, Charles-141
Allen. Yirginia-50,74,120 Burtf, Miss Louise-15 Dickson, Harold-47, 88
Allen, NYeldon-45, 110, 151 Buskirk, Garnet-48. 86, 102, 148 Diefendorf, Dorothy-40, 68
Allender, Florence-49. 148 Butcher, Lowrance-25, 70, Dixon, Evelyn-49
Alexander, Mr. M. H.-10, 76 101, 105, 106, 110, 150 Dixon, Merle-148
Anderson, Alice A.-48, 06 Butler, XN'inifred-48, 118 Dopp, Dorothy-40, 66
Anderson Carl--27. 68, 110 Butts, Maxine-46 Dossett, Vernice-80
Anderson Clifford-47, 119 Bryant, Dale-46 Drew, Harriet-149
Anderson Dorothy-154 Drew, James-148
Anderson Hazel R.-48, 120, 15 Calderone, Charles-46, 138 Driffell, Wiliam-47
Anderson Helen Er.-726, 120 Campbell, Anna-149 Drum, Mary-46, 72
Anderson Helen L.-24, 66, 110 Campbell, Marjorie-33, 66 Dunbar. Doris-86
Anderson Leslie-30 Campbell. NVilliam-70 Dunlap, Maurinef68, 151, 154
Anderson Maxine-40. 72 Cane. Vera-78 Dunn, Lucil?28, 78, 1072,
Ande1'son, Muriel-22. 110 Canfield, Elizabeth-46 120, 148
Anderson, Raymond-30, 76 Carlson, Dorothy-30, 72, 151 Dunn, Romona-148
Andrews, Glen-84. 134 Carlson, Frances-40. 78, 102, 120 Dutton, VVinifred--40
Anell, Ruth-22, 68. 150, 153 Carlson, Helen-74 Dyer, Gertrude-46, 72
Appleby, Helen-40, 82 Carlson, Margaret-149 Dyke, Louise-40, 10:2
Armstrong, Mildred-46 Carlson, Paul-47, 76 Dyke, Vera-86
Armstrong. Portia-774 Carlson, Ruth-74
Asbury, Kirk-149 Castle, Fritze-46 Eagle, Wesley-149
Ashley, Nona-48 Cater, Dorothy-48 Eastberg, Dorothy-74
Atherton, Miss Goldia-16 Cebert, Lyle-45 Eastin, Britomarte-68
Augustson. Elmer-47, 64 Cederoth, Everett-50, 64, 135 Edoff, Robert-24. 118
Aydelott, Carl-64 Chapman, Evelyn-50, 78 Egan, Grace-37, 68, 100,
Charlson, Geraldine-148 105, 150
Babcock. Elizabeth-21, 66, 150 Childers, Marie-78 Ekstrom, Carl-47
Bailey, Perry-70 Christenson, Edith-40, 78, 102, Ekwall, Jeanette-74, 118
Ballinger. Goldie-S0 105, 120, 151 Elliott, Reese-118, 120
Barlow, Grace-46, 66, 100, Christy, Gertrude-45 Elrick, Devena-68, 149
104, 105,151 Christy, Marion437, 66, 100, 104, Elwert, Edwin-50, 84
BZIFHCS, Lois-148 105, 106, 113, 150, 153 Engman, flazel-26, 90, 120
Barr, Vivian-149 Christy, Maxe-32, 137 Erickson, Anna-48
Barrer. Miss Fern-17, 68 Clark, Fred-149 Erickson, Isabel-46, 86
Barry, Margaret-49. 06, 118 Clarke, Charles-21, 70, 101, Erickson, Lawrence-47, S8
Harry, XVilliam-153 112, 136 Erlandson, Dorothy-48, 148
Boylor, Eugene-26, SS, 110, 151 Clark, Ruth-46 Erxleben, Marguerite-25, 78,
Bean, Helen-149 Clay, Evelyn-68 102, 105
Becker, Rosa-35, 72. 112, 120 Clay, John-36, 84,101, 111,150 Essex, Marvin-46, 84
Beckstead. Pauline-27, 120 Clay, Kathryn-149 Evans, Marjorie-00, 100, 104,
Belt. Lucile-46, 78, 120 Clayton, Gladdis--32, 120 107, 148
Bengtson. Nels-45, 64 Cline, Kathryn-149 Evans, Melvern-27'
Benson. Edith-74 Colburn, Jean-22 Ewing, Elma-49, 80, 120, 148
Bergstrom, Russell-S4,101, 11S Condon, Frances-33
Berry, Leroy-45, 70 Cone, Dexter-39, 118 Fair, Mildred-46
Berry, Lester-40, 150 Conger, Amy-38, 150 Farrell. Frances-24, S2
Beyaert. Odiel-45 Conger, Virginia-149, 153 Flagg, Alta-149 '
Biggs. Dorothy-433, 72, 110 Conlee, James-32, 136, 144 Fletcher, Creath-151 Q
Billings, Fred--45 Conlee. VVayne-47, 84 Florer, Stanley-88 0
Black, Mr. Duncan K.k15. 64, Conners, Milo-70 Folger, Evelyn-31. 72 0
110 Cowan, Mrs.-17 Folger, Gordon-110 ix
Bliss. Royale-45 Cox, Irma-30 Ford, Dorothy-50 QB-
Blocklinger. Kathryn-48. S0 Cox. Miss Margaret-13 Fortman, Leslie-148 .
Bogue. Jess-64. 119. 140 Cox, Sybil-49, 66 ' Fourmont, Helen-35, 00 '
Bohannon, Mr. F. C.-14, 84 Coziahr, Eileen-32 Fowler, Miss Onalee-19 9 f
Bondi. Helen Jo-148 Craig, Eileen-48, 86, 102 Frank, VVa1ter-149 3
Bondi. Leon--70. 118. 153 Craig, Janet-3T.66,100, 104. Frederickson, Carl-48, 119 3 -1 "
Borg, Virginia-40, SG, 102, 105,106.112, 150, 153 French, Constance-118 Q '
,o ts Janet--L3. 71. . 1F
Bouen X lvlan
Power Tames is
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Bowles lngenia gl 68
liowles Lestei 10 64
Bra ley Cecl 6 0
Bradshaw 'Shirley 4
Brayshau Fllen 148
Breckenmaker Nlaiie 73
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Briggs Carol 04
RFIUBIU Rose 140 114
Brittingham Nhhel 41 140
Crawford Mr H-1
Crawley Margaret 8
Crisp Nlyrl 38 80
Cioson Nkilham 31 118
fummings Q eorge 114
Cunningham Nlabel '30
Cutler Gertrude 48 ,S 1 1
Dalton Louise 21 68
Damherg Ur R F 10 SQ
Davee lxenneth 54 110
Davis Clinton 26 64 100
Davis Darline 48 8
'uller Mr. Harold K.-19, 1223
uller Ruth 0
'lines Omar 24 1 1
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Cale Mis GeoigeC 14
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lirilfitll. l'l1ilil1-24. S-1. 115
llrigsby, Miss Manlclyn-111
linntlic-r. Kennelli-47, 711. 1111
Gnstzifson. 111-lenA411. T2
Gustafson. Sigritl-411. T4,11S.1411
lluckctt, Mr. l11l112lltl 1'..-18
llaincs. liurl-47, TU, 1255
llulc. lflorcncc-511. TZ, 151
111111. 1,1o1'otl1y-311, 72, 1111, 120
llamilton, Mr. 112116 XM.-115
llI111SL'l1. Lucille-511, 511, 1411
llzwclcsty. xx'1lllCT4T. 711,137
llzirlan. Rolmrta-118, 149
I1Z1l'111l1g..xlll1ll Mae-317.150, 100,
l1:1ttcn, Mrs. Minnic--143
l1:1v1-rliclml. 1111111-45, 72
llziwlciiison. Louise-2.1. S11
llziycs. Marjorie-415, 71. 1211
lluycs. Mr. lfrvin-111. 12121
lluzcn. l'i1'11llCl'5l14U, 1531
llcnrlc-rson. 11:1l1'-45, T11
111.-witt. .1c:111ctte-72111. 12. 1211
l1inc11li1l'. Yirginizlflifi. 1533
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lloll'l111111. Milclrccl- -411. 155.
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l1llllSll,l11'lt'1l- 111,1iN, 151
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llnmplnx-y, Marion- -111, 1313
Ilnnl, Mr. 1. XY. 15
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l1'l'lZll1ll. Myrllv-1111, 151
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Jennings. Mr. 12. 1'..-11
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Jolinson, .Xlicc-45. S11
.1 ohnson, .Xlvnizi-511
.1ol1nso11. Clizirlcs-23, T11
.1o1111son. 1.11110-255, 1111
.lOlll1SOl1, Lenore-22. 110.
Johnson, Marie-TN. 151
'l0ll11SOll, Mildred-I '.
Jolinson, Ralpli-411,1i4. 1011
.I olinson. Robert-NS, 1.11
Jolmson, Tl-iclma-35, hz. 120
Johnson. Violet-50. 811, 1112
Jones. l'a11l-41i,Tl1.l111 1.11, 1.1.3
Jones. Roberta-'T2. 1411
.1ont1'y..1erome-70. 1117 118
Junk. Stephen-411. Ili
Kelly, 1.ois--811. 151
Kcnnefl Grace 1'1'i"4
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Kent, Ilclen-1i11,1211. l5'1
Kerns, l"1':1nki1:-2121. 1511
Kitlclcr, 1'1ifTor1lf211. N4
Kirlclanfl. Marijoric- 111.120
Kraut. 1 Donald-4 T. 1111
,z1ge1'grcn. xlT1l'l11114511. 50. 1411
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.:1nclon. Mr. Roy-11, 11N
.z1rson. 1,i11Zll'1C'Ff1 18
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l,ov1-tt. Mr. ll. K -114
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Mcflnre. Kz1tl1ryng25, 118. 1111
Mcllowzxn. llelcn-22, T4
Mcfiowun, .lnlian-28. Ss, 151
McKenzie, Jolin--15, H4
AlCK1Cl'1l81l, Margzxret-50. 74,1211
McNe11.live1yn-25, 72. 1111. 1511
McQueen, P21111--218. 211, 12111, 150
Mc1Yil1iz1ms. Rillllll-311, 84,
Mackey. 11'ill1ur-47. 711.104
Maier. Gorclon-415. 711
Maki, Mr. lf.-111
Malcolm. Pauline-35. 72
Maley. Robert-114, 1011. 1117
Maltlmy. lfclwin-25. 1151
BlZ1l'Sl111ll, lidna Mae-411
Maskrey. Miss Ada-14. 74. 112
Massie. Loretta-212, GS, 1511
Mathers. Gayle'-28, 70. 119
Mayer-Oakes. lirzmcis-S-1, 118.
Mccnm, Clark-511, T11
Melton. VV:11ter-40, T6
Merritt. Marvin-S4, 1111, 1521
Miles. Doris-72. 1211
Miles, llalsey-2124. Tri. 1111
Millnrcl. Miss llc-lcnY1!s.110
Miller. Miss lftlicl-11i
Millcr. Zoe-118. 1110, 151
Minnick. Virginia-411, TS
Morlinc. llcrman-47, 1111
Moore, litlicl-31. S2
Moore, livclyn-24. 50. 110
Morgan. Louise--214, S0
Morris. Miss llorotliy-18
Morse. l'laytonA45, HS
Morse. Miss llclen-111
l1l1ll11lWllCI'. llorctliy-118. 1-111
Munclwilcr. Ronald' 28.114, 118
ONE HUNDRED E1GHTY-EIGHT
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Nelson, Clarence-351, 10, 145 R'cl1artlson, llarry-50 Sweat, lilmler--T0
Nelson, Conratl-45. 10 Richartlson,1X'illfam-145 Swenson, l orcnne 735. 430
Nelson. llale-20, 150 Rinclla, Marguerite --1514 Swinger, llaranltlfl IN
'elson. liileen-35, T4 Ring,Marguerite---41'
Nelson, Iingene-45 Kissing, Ruby-72. 145 Tanning, llorollit-a-'28, l5l
Nelson, Ilvlen lf.-50, '24, 148 Roberts, Miss Rl2ll'1l111'Cl71ll 'l'ilyl0l'. K2lll1l'y11""T3N
Nelson, Lerxnartl-40, S4. 101, 10.1, Roberts, Nr. 41.41--14 Tenniryi, lioiiotlly-00, 107. 140
100, 15:4, 134.151, 10N Roht-rtson, Mr. lfrt-11417. 1:52 Teri-il , same -00, 107. 140
Nelson, Louise-151 Robinson. linitl-1451 Thompson, Iltlwiny-SN
Nelson, Margaret-154 Robinson, Miss Ina-10, S2 '1'hompso11,-Mrs. I-.lhelf15, 'TS
Nelson. Marie-31 Robinson. Richard-IST Tlioreen. 1510118111-45. 34
Nelson, Miss .Xnna M.-14 Rodgers, Bertha-40 Thorne, Richard-45
Nelson, Mrs. Ruthf15 Rodman. Miss Martha-15 Throcltmorton, Ralpll-T0
Nelson, NN'eslev-110 Rogers-, Anna Frances-425, tis, Tracy, Helen-47. 80
Nemith. hlarylfltl 100, 120 Trask, Robert-SH
Netsell. l:l'Zll1CCS-33, 120 Rogers, Florence-31. 150 Trueclson, Raymond-45
Netsell, 1Vard-47.110, 1:38 Roseman, 1'aulS4 Tucker, Jean-30, T4 V
Newkirk, Bonnie-72, 101, Roscnquist,GIadysw11S,14S Tupper, Marguerite--50, 80. 151
120, 151 Ross, llurclette-40 Turner, Mr. lx. XV.-1H,110. 120
Newland. Virginia-40 Ross, Jane-40, 00, 151 Turner, Yirginiaftiti
Newman. .Xlfred-45. SS Ross, Zephia-727, 00, 120 Tuttle, Thelma-50, 151
Nirdlinger, Iilsie-00, 107, Runtlle, l1ernar4lf14!1 Tyler, Alice-TS
148,153 Rundle, UrvinAS4. 118.149
Noble, Miss Kathryn-18 Rutherford, llahfT4, 148 Upson, Harold-234, 130
Norton. Alice-45 Ryner, Omah-33, Ts, 120 Upson, Lylef45
Urban, Gail-27, 64, 110
lJ'D62iI1. Yifgll-715, 1111 S 1. 111 lf V , I 1
0, Donnell' L0uise,,2.,. no fum-a1,'tilgi,,f 1vanNV1nl41e, .Xi nold-110
- F- N. 2 U gm 55 X asconcelles, Slnrlevflm
Obenlander,11elen 41, 12 bimdeen' 1.l,.ne5t,v733y 54' X, H- M. XI I -U, W
Ollerg, Ellzalletll-03 112 150' 153 0 X' ISS 1 aut C1 1' " J
O mfg- Pe3"l'50- 151 Santlstromv, Florence-25 74. 150 VVainwright Helen-50
glds' hgTS,Mar1f7:f1T41q7'flf1 Sargent, Inez-20, 051, 120, 150 Xvahlberg, Bernice-48, 'TS
Son- ' ,0l5'3'- ' " " Scherff,.1ean-49, 151 112111, Lillie-30, 74, 150
315011, E155 Hehe?-16 Schlaf, Jennie-48, GS. 151 1Val1ace, Dorothy-27, 05
son, oger- -1 Schrieber. NN'illiam-154 1fVallace, Mildred-48, 151
015013 ROYQIQN 1 Schrielmian. Elizabeth-34 1N'alters, Lorraine-48, S0
OISOH- Rl'th'1'0' 56, Schroeder, Frances-154 NVard, Blanchef50, TS, 102
Oncken, Loretta-4.9, 85 Schroeder, Gerald'-47, 134, 1'15, 1Vartl, Donald-04
Oswalt, Miss lzileen-151 144, 154 NVasson, Harold-47
Owen' Helen-"of '21 101 Schroeder, Harold-30. 13:3 Wfatson, Iidwartl-40
Scott, Carroll-45 V1'atters. Mr, Richard G.-17, 133
Page, Kathryn-120 Scott, Maryf45. 08. 151, 153 1V.att:1, Catherine-50
Page, VVillard-45 Scott, Mary 1.ou1se44'I' N1 atts, Dana-110
Palm, Marion-34, T4 Scott, Rosana-21, GS, 100, 1N'atts. Gailf4S. 70
Paquin. Maron-T2 105. 108 11'atts, Maxrine-20, 00. 120,
Parlcins, Helen-143 Seai'les.g1'homas-30 NN'CCd,M3l'1Etl8"2f5, T2. 101,
Parrish. Miss Louiseils See ey. 4 lice-45 10.3, 100,112,150
Paton, Dorothy-154 Selby, Grace-30. 06 VV6l11gZ11'fl16l', Virginia-140
Paton, Louise-14S Seymour, Irmasstl 11f'elsh, Irene-148. 154
Pawling, Ruth-49 Sheldon, Mrs. Florence-14, S0 West, lileanor-05
Pearson, Carol-151 Simmonson, Julia-40. 74 NNvSStC1'lJC1'g, Carl-22. 84, 101
Pearson. GunnarclA12 Simpson, Helen-14S 113. 150
Pearson. Irenev151 Sipes, 11'il1artl-3.3. 04. 110 1'1'estei-field, Rosalind-S0
Pennebaker. Margaret-47. GG Sloan, Maynard-15.1 1Vestfall. Vera-48, 120
gerry, Blanche-47 Smith, Harry-30, 12272. 130, Uihite, Iilsie-82
eterson. Blanche-24. 80, 141. 144 1N'hite, Ina-45, S0
102. 150 Smith,1mogene-40 1Vhite,RuthY22,74,111,150
Peterson. Donald-47. 110 Smith, Lester-515 1Vf1ca1l, Helen-40. TS
Peterson, J. Donald-221. 70, Smith. Margaret-32, 74 Vtiienmaim, Annaitis
112. 134 Smith, B1lSS1u0llyfl7. T2 Wiley, Izvans-N8
Peterson, 11onovan--70 Spencer, Miss Cwendolene-18 1Yi1kes, Richard-47. T0
Peterson, Doris-08. 148 Springer, Robert-S4, 154 Wlilliams, Grace-154
Peterson, lid th-49. 120 Staggs. Helensiif. 72. 101,105 VV1ll1ams, Myra-40. 120
Peterson, lfern-50, 151 W 100, 110, 150 NV'illiams. Phyllis-11S L
Eeterson, 1'loyilx-32 itamrn, lzgthler-150 Xhuianilsoii, Pauline-TS. 102. 107 o
eterson. Tran '-30 ftega , 5 it i-40 'i is. iomas-37, T0 0
Peterson. Lois-27, 74. 150 Stegall. George-70 Hlilson, liSeutleyv4T, '70 SN
Peterson, Raymond'45 Stenfeldt. Adolph732 11 llson, Izvelyn-40 mi.
Peterson, 11'alter-45. 1219 Stephenson. Hari-ietf151 V1'ilson, Hazel-S0 31'
Phllblad. Roy-2123 Stewart, llonalilffifl, 84, XVilson-, John-23. 04, 112, 137
Pitman, riot-mu.,--tis 101.110.1113 1Vilson,Marie-50,145 ,Q 1
Pitman,1.ncille-1:20. 154 Stewart. James--LS 1Yimluley, Clittord-130 3
Pople. Lucille-49. T5 Stewart. .lennefs-40. H0 1Vinclom, Margaret-24 0 4 6
1'r.well. .Xnna-17 Stich, John-C10 1Vood, Alice-140 8 '
Pratt. Della-443 Stielile, liditll-35. TH 1N'right. Eva Ruth-S0, 120. 151 , '
Stitt, Kathryn--20, 50. 110, 1Vright, George-47. SS 0?
Quick. Mr. 11'. li.-13 Stout. Dorothy-40. 151 Yarde, llelen-234
V 4 Strand. Astrlrl-510. 140 YC-lmgren. c4Z1tl1t,'1'll1Cf33 . XZ
Ratekm, lzrma-49 Stratton, Jean-40, so Young. lissie-40, sy, 14:4 Q ' Q ff.,
Rensch, Margaret-50, TS.
Reynolds, lfrances-34, 08
Rhykerd. Nita-40. S0
Rich. Mrs. A. O.-14
ONE HUNDRED EIGHTYYNINE
Stuart, Miss lfva-10
Suntlherg. Tone-48. 148
Swanson. TJorotliy440, N2
Swanson. l'ernc450. 120
Young, liCUl'2C'SN, 1411
onngren. James-HS, H4
Zelcles. Dena-47, 120
Zeldes, Maryw4H, 151
Zendt, liugene-25. 04. 100, 1
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had not been for strikes and this 'ere putting baek of eloeks eaeh year, I would have been
a eenturion by now."
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'l'be house-to-house eanvasser had diseoursed for an hour.
"This eg,rg1-lieater," he said, "speaks for itself."
"Then," interrupted the housewife, "suppose you keep quiet for a molnent and give
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Ile-'llere eomes a friend of mine. lle's a human dynamo."
Ilef-"Yes: everythinv' be has on is ehar"ed."
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Statistics tell us tobaeeo is found in most of the southern states-and in some cigars.
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First Customer Qdeseribing a eatehj-"The trout was so long-I tell you I never saw
such a fish."
Seeond Customer-"No, I don't suppose you ever did."
Rastusf"Ali done heah yo' stayed in de haunted house last night. VVhat happened?"
Sambo-"'Bout two o'eloek ah woke up an' a ghost COIIIQ frew de side wall jes' as if
de wall wasn't dere."
ItastusH",Xn' what did yo' do?"
Sambof'-"Boy, ah went frew de other side wall de same way."
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liniployei-f"Yes, I advertised for a strongliboy. Do you think you would suit?"
Appliesnt-"XVell, I've just finished licking nineteen other applicants out in the ball."
Fatherf-"Here's a eheek, my son. And now tell me what lesson you have learned from
scrape you got into."
Son-"To eonie to you, sir, when I
get into another."
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Sbiekff"0nee I met a girl and she made a fool out of me."
Shim-kess--"What lasting impressions some girls make."
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.Iaekf -"So tbat's the girl who won the bathing beauty Contest?"
Jill- f'Yeab, she outstripped 'em all."
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Mother- -"Yes, why?"
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ld you say?"
.Iohn Stieh -"I heard it from a fella who .-fem: it."
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Stranger "'l represent a soeiety for the prevention of profanity. I want to take
profanity entirely out of your family."
Charles "'Iley! IIere's a guy who wants to buy our ear!"
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We know itis fun - we like it, too -
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